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"grice" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"grice" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"For the company. Well embedded frontline purpose is the tenant behind that legendary story of John F. Kennedy Jr. and the NASA janitor back in 1962. You know the one where JFK is supposedly asked the janitor. What do you do for NASA? And the janitor said, well, I'm putting a man on the moon. In this story, the janitor understood that his role was to prepare the building. For the engineers who were going to come in and crank on the math. But he also understood the importance of that role to the overall vision and objectives of NASA. That janitor understood his role in the universe, so to speak. So many iconic business stories begin in the back of a cocktail napkin. But it wasn't just this napkin or even the nuts that caused me pause that day. It was this sentiment behind it. It was the idea if you execute purpose across culture and strategy and brand consistently for years. It does become muscle memory. It becomes a cultural norm. And it is that norm. That encourages an employee to make a gift. Which becomes a story. Which then a very loyal customer tells to the world. So since I am here, Sarah. Thank you for your kind words that day. And for the almonds. You helped make it a great day. Because you were right. I was hungry. Thank you. Ted-talks daily is hosted by me, Elise Hugh, and produced by Ted. Theme music is from Alison Leighton Brown in our mixer is Christopher phase bogan. We record the talks at Ted events we host or from TEDx events, which are organized independently by volunteers all over the world. And we'd love to hear from you. Leave us a review on Apple podcasts or email us at podcasts at Ted dot com. PRX..

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"grice" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"grice" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"In 2019, I took a 9 a.m. flight from Atlanta to New York City. I was the first person to board that day. So as I death gripped my phone to step over that little crack that leads to the runway, I caught a glimpse of the flight attendant. Head in her hand like this, eyes closed. The moment she heard me, she looked up, she put a smile on her face and she said, good morning. This is not your first flight of the day, is it? I asked. No, she said it had been a really early one. I made some silly sleep joke and she laughed. And I went to go sit in my seat. She couldn't have been more than 25 years old. During the flight, we exchanged pleasantries, and at one point she came to offer me a snack, and she asked me, what I was going to New York to do. I said that I was going to deliver a speech, and that honestly I was cutting it kind of close. No time for lunch. She asked, no time for lunch, I said, and I took a bag of almonds, and I tucked it into the pocket of my backpack. After the flight landed, I was on my way out of the plane, and she stopped me for a moment, and she handed me a plastic bag. It was about this big and it was weirdly heavy. She said, I know you didn't have a lot of time today, so I packed you this. Good luck. That was nice. So as I'm walking through Laguardia with my bag and my bag. I peer inside. And there are about 30 packets of almonds. Inside that bag, it was a bag of bags. And when I was in the taxi on the way to the speech, I found this little note, tucked inside. Miss grice. Thank you for coming on and putting a smile on our faces with your sweet words. You have been so kind. And we are very lucky to have you as a loyal delta customer. Thank you. I know you are gluten free. So here are some almonds for the road. Thank you for your kindness. It goes a long way. Sarah, Delta flight attendant. Now reading this, my heart gave a little jolt. My day job is to help companies excavate and execute their purpose. And this little note on this little napkin was purpose and action. Specifically, that airlines purpose. And I know, because I had helped to articulate it over 15 years before. In 2003, purpose was just one element of a much larger strategic transformation that Delta Air Lines undertook. It was a company still reeling from the after effects of 9 11, and when looking for a north star to guide them through, would eventually become chapter 11 bankruptcy. But in 2019, for a flight attendant who was maybe an elementary school at the time that purpose was articulated, it was some almonds for a hungry customer. It may be that Sarah never saw that purpose line we articulated, but no matter she didn't need to. Because purpose was alive and well at Delta, it had become muscle memory. It had become cultural norm. Now let me be clear in what I'm talking about here. I'm talking about embedding purpose. I'm not talking about your mission, which is what you do every day, or your vision, which is where you are headed. Both mission and vision are important corporate drivers, but they play a different role in purpose. And mission envision will change with changes in leadership, corporate contacts, competitive landscape, merger and acquisition. They are important, but they are also temporal in my experience. They often have a time horizon of, say, three to 5 years. But purpose is your why. It is found at the intersection of who you are at your very best. And the role in the world that you are meant to play. It comes from your ethos. It is married to your aspiration. And because it is a thought, it is also timeless. Now, there are plenty of data out there to say that well embedded purpose across organizations brings immense value. Studies that will link well embedded purpose to elevated total shareholder return over ten years increased employee engagement retention, even higher levels of productivity. Because of all this data, it is rare in my work that a CEO will come to me and say, Ashley, what is purpose or why do I need to do it? Instead, what they will ask is, when I have my purpose, how do I embed it across my organization so well that it brings the most value. That had becomes muscle memory. As I've been doing this work for almost 20 years at this point, I have a ready answer. First, I tell them it needs to be authentic. Purpose that is rooted in your ethos, distinctive to your brand. Meaningful to all of your stakeholders and consistent with your values, is authentic. Kelly bear rose Marin, the CEO of optus, a Sydney Australia based telecommunications company, can speak to her company's purpose, powering optimism with options with conviction because it is authentic. Optus is by its very nature a challenger brand and it is a brand synonymous where they brand platform of positivity. Since options breed action and optimism breeds hope, how they pull their internal relations together with their external reach out to customers is very consistent and incredibly authentic. Now on the other end of the authenticity scale, I once worked with a CEO who really wanted purpose to be about environmental sustainability. That is great, I said, except for your company's struggles to even recycle in your offices. I know. I've been there. While they admire the aspiration, if we had come up with a purpose line that was solely about environmental sustainability, it would have been dead on arrival, specifically with employees. Secondly, I tell CEOs that they must be critical and excavating purpose from the inside out. Purpose is uncomfortable. It should be. Because you are introducing a tension between idealism and realism, who you really want to be, and who you are a capable of being today, and in the future based on competencies and ethos. And purpose can be particularly discomforting because even once you have it, it takes a while to implement it. In fact, you may set your purpose once and spend your entire career living up to it. Now, purpose is particularly uncomfortable for companies who are on a forced evolution of change. Companies and industries like oil and gas, for example, or for companies who maybe have bad behaviors, they need to leave behind. Finally, I tell CEOs that purpose must apply to the whole of the organization. Purpose is not a CEO of vanity project. Sure. It may help cement the legacy of the CEO who is in charge at the time. It's articulated, but it's not about them. It's not about him or her. It's about the value the company brings. It is about the role in the world that is meant to play. Now, purpose at the C suite level should be a unifying construct that brings together mission and vision and influences your strategic agenda. It should help CEOs think about how they redefine metrics for success. What types of topics they may want to speak with analysts about or maybe most importantly how the board ought to hold them accountable as managers. Purpose at the middle management level is about much needed clarity and authority. The middle management layer of any organization is often the most difficult to motivate because they have so many different stakeholders to please. But by bringing clarity with purpose driven expectations and guardrails, it allows middle managers to understand which battles to pick, and that the micro decisions they make on a daily basis affected company a whole. Finally, frontline employee purpose helps employees at that level ensure that they are seen. When purpose is excavated and executed, top floor to shop for. Those on the shop floor understand that their work matters. And how it adds up to the overall value.

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"grice" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"grice" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"You're listening to ted-talks daily, I'm Elise Hugh. What is a company's purpose? Well, it's not the same as mission or vision. In her 2022 talk from Ted at BCG, purpose expert Ashley grice explains the power of purpose. The value.

"grice" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

03:31 min | 8 months ago

"grice" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"These are people that are grifters. It's what they are. Joni Heisenberg, a Melania look so annoyed the entire time she was First Lady. You know what, Richard, I have to agree because she always looked like she did not want to be there. Oh, did you say you showed it on your show? You know, when they were the Atlanta Braves game. And she like, you know, they look on her face. She always did. I mean, she wouldn't even hold his hand. Yeah. Well, you know, I mean, honestly, I mean, do you really think that she married him because one day she looked and she saw this orange goddess with this gold hair and thought that's the one? No. You know, and first and foremost we now know that it was a bunch of bullshit. Donald Trump was able to get her her damn Visa to come to this country and they lied and said it was because she had a she was a genius. She's no different than anybody else. You know? If Donald Trump wouldn't have found her Epstein would have would have found her. She is, she is, she's always been a freaking piece of work. I've never liked her. She always seemed cold. You know, and always just like, like don't you remember what you went to visit the kids in cages and said, I don't really. She had a jacket on that says, I really don't care to you. Yeah. No, no, no. Melania is a Melania's not a good person. And I love the fact that, you know, a person carved out a big nice statue of Melania in Slovenia. Somebody said it on fire. They burned it down. But it is truly, truly amazing to me, army major that this GQ P Kevin McCarthy spoke for 8 and a half hours to try and hold up a bill. I mean, this is who they become. They're trying to out hate each other. I'm telling you. Look, I don't care. I hope they go after each other. I don't give a shit. Let them let them fight each other. I don't care. I hope that they ruin everything for 2022 and the Democrats actually have a blue wave. And that's a possibility. That happened. But once again, you know, whenever people talk about, you know, there's a possibility they could take back the house, well, that only happens if we allow it to happen. So Matt grice on here is a big Trump 2024. Are you talking about when is that when he's going to go to prison and finally serve his time? Because it could be. It could be 2024. I don't think it's going to be earlier than that. I think that by probably the end of 2022, we're going to see that son of a bitch in handcuffs, that's my thoughts. Oh, God, I hope. I mean, I hope so. I mean, Merrick Garland's got to do his job, brother. I mean, I am growing increasingly impatient with the slow pace of, you know, I know they just subpoenaed that idiot Alex Jones and who else was also now now it's starting to pick up. They also supported the leaders of the three percenters, the Proud Boys and this other group that was called the pretorian guard and those were the ones that were pulling the security for all the Trump rallies. So those three leaders of those groups and those groups as a whole have been subpoenaed as well..

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"grice" Discussed on Creepy Horror Stories

Creepy Horror Stories

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"grice" Discussed on Creepy Horror Stories

"This is a popular story with my family. Most of my friends does my brother's girlfriend at the time of the story. She was looking for her first department and moving out of her parents house. Her and my brother didn't wanna move together. Since they'd only been dating for a few months she opted instead to search for a roommate online browsing craigslist. She found ed titled something like roommate wanted females. Only this sort of thing was common. Since the area she was looking in was mostly young professionals. The listing was for a room in a house for about two twenty five a month which was quite cheap compared to most of the other places listed the occupant listed herself as a twenty three year. Old college student. That wasn't comfortable with living with any males. The other room would have their own room. Attached bathroom far. Manda was into this place however the listing only had a single photo from outside the property. Amanda sent an email wanting to meet the occupant toward the house. Within thirty minutes she receives an email back with all the details in time to stop by. The girl worked lead hours in one demanded to stop by. Apm when amanda arrives. There's a handwritten note on the front door saying door. Broken us back door. Walking around the house looks nice but slightly unkempt paul grice needs dusty windows etc still no alarms for amanda though when she knocks on the back door and older man opens the door at first amended thinks that she has the wrong house but the man reassures her and says the occupant was out and that he was the landlord. The occupant asked him to meet a man some working late. He seemed pleasant and offered to so her around alarm. Struggling law split arnett yet i. The dog was clearly in his forties unshaven and looks like he lived in his car. Also only the kitchen light was on as they walked around. The house amend noticed one huge red flag no furniture. Nothing the landlord was played about answering questions but seemed irritable. The keeping the lights on for too long rushing her around and only letting her look at rooms for a few moments. There was a single room that the landlord wooden open selling that was occupants room. And he didn't want to invade her privacy as they walked down the hall into the living room she notices the front door has a plank nailed across it quote unquote broken for sure. Amandus creep meter starting to ding so she decides to wrap up the walk through and leave but trying to be polite as she's given the guy her thanks for the showing that he perks up and states that he forgot to show her the baseman he claims its recently furnished and would be a great rec room in. She should a look down there at the time. Amanda the landlord or standing in the small hallway between the front living room and the back kitchen in this little hallway was the basement door when he opens the door. It opens outward to create something of a barrier between amanda and the back door basement pitch-black he smiles motions down the stairs and says ladies first what happens next is nothing more than a stroke of luck. Amanda gets a text just as some random person parks in front of the house thinking on her feet. She pretends it's a phone call and answers her phone. Hey you here come out from around back when you win. It's great you have to see it with the motion of confidence. She excuses herself around the landlord and walks out of the back door. She says the guy just looked at her like he was confused once outside she sprint into her car and sped. Like hell out of there. When amanda got home she told her mother and my brother everything cops recalled. They took her statement and went to investigate. The craigslist posts had been removed. The house had been foreclosed over six months earlier. It was found out that the house had been foreclosed over six months earlier and the property had been abandoned when the police investigated they found that the closed-room that the so called landlord didn't want her to look in was where the man had been staying. There was a pile of old dirty blankets. Rotten food and empty gallon jugs everywhere. More creepy was. He had plastered ripped up pages from porno magazines on all the walls in the room. The really scary part of this was the basement. The men had tied a thin piece of fishing twine. I've about shin level across the stairs about halfway down. The basement was empty except another pile of old blankets. A broom handle wrapped in leather belts and a small box with a few rolls of assorted teeth. I was looking for goalie equipment on craigslist some night in the summer i was only fourteen and had no job and therefore no money so i had to find the cheapest deal possible. I didn't really care about the condition of anything. I came across an ad that seemed like a steal. The pictures showed the peds blocker glove and stick. They were all invisibly. Good condition it was only listed for fifty dollars. That seemed like an insane deal. I contacted the seller via text. And he asks me a few questions. One of which was how old i am. I responded fourteen and he told me he's glad to hear that i'm dedicated at a young age. It's really seem weird to me. What he said at the time. But now that i look back on it i should have been wiser. I asked the seller. I address but he instead asked me what how on from and that he could just meet me somewhere walking distance from my house. I didn't know how i felt about this. But i really wanted that equipment. We agreed to meet in the parking lot of the mall which is literally down the block from my house. I stood alone in the exact spot. I described for a few minutes. Until i heard somebody to their horn. I noticed a white van parked away from all the other cars. And then i received a text saying that he was in the white van. I reply telling him to come out with equipment but he said it would be easier to do the transaction in the van. I had a really bad feeling about this. High tailed away from their iran's on the block and when i looked back i saw the white van driving down the street behind me now. There was someone in the passenger side as well. I didn't wanna lead them to my house. So i cut into some random person's backyard and hopped over the fence. I was on the opposite side of the block. Now hiding behind a bush within twenty seconds the white van pissed by and turn the next turn vanishing from sight. It was safe to run back to my house now. My parents should on me when i told them about it. I didn't get the tag number or a good look at their faces so all they could report was a suspicious white van. The craigslist ad was taken down. So i couldn't show it to my parents. I thought it was over. But that night i heard a vehicle engine running outside looked out my window down to street and saw the white van sitting across the street but as soon as i looked out the window the van drove off down the road out of sight. I haven't seen it since. I don't know if they saw me or not. Or if they somehow found my address it makes me paranoid to this day. I was selling dining room set on craigslist. I listed for twelve hundred but put slightly negotiable in the title. It was a good looking said. But i wasn't getting in wofford. I did live in the country though so not a lot of people lived in my town. I finally received a call about the set. The man on the other end of the phone had a very shaky voice and he sounded a bit off. But i can't really explain how wanted to check out the set to make an offer. So i gave him my address and he said he'd be over within the hour. I dusted off all the furniture. Wartime media look as nice as possible. The doorbell rang within ten minutes. I was shocked. Must've lived really close. Which in my area was very surprising. I opened the door and immediately felt uncomfortable about.

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"grice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Allegedly had been told not to run on the on the field with ease flags. We've all the game, but did anyone this is a high school football game? Okay. And they have a little kind of like a little covering at one into the stadium, and the players run out just like they do with the pros. I'm sure it's one of those those little plastic tubes. Andi ran out with their flag. Okay. Big deal. Um Bobby Grice, the head of the Board of Education. The school board president said. The only flags that will come to the tunnel. The rest of the season will be the flag of the United States of America and the little Miami Spirit flag. Okay, Little Miami local schools of sadness E. This story has taken such a negative turn. Well, if you hadn't suspended the kids, Bobby Grice, it would have taken a negative turn. Wouldn't the district enjoys an outstanding relationship with the local police and fire? After Little Miami initially suspended Williams a Bentley a change, not Ord. Petition to revoke the thesis pensions. Guarded 19,512 signatures. Jared and Brady took a thin blue and red stripe flag to different flags out on the field after they were told not to, the petition said. Just a factual. The school suspended them indefinitely for supporting their fallen heroes signed this petition to help suspend the two student athletes to help UN suspend the two student athletes who have lost their their senior season. One woman. Megan Atkins says that her black son, who's a third grader, looks up to football players and deserves to feel safe in little Miami schools and that the flag represents a rebuttal of the Black lives matter movement. And alienates black students. I don't buy that. I know that's what make and said, But I don't think that first of all used to be telling an eighth grader that that flag is a rebuttal to black lives matter. Are you telling me that you cannot support the concept of black lives matter and also police and fire? According to Ohio School report cards. Little Miami's district has 89% of the students wide 2% of the students, black and 4% of the students multiracial The mom of the young black Child said Clearly, this is a political statement because of people contacting Donald Trump and becoming overly aggravated. Well, I'm kind of aggravated, maybe not overly aggravated. If you look at the support pages, it's almost all white folks. How do you figure that? What'd you do? Look at the signatures and go check him out. I don't get it. Um, Big, Anakin says, and I get it. People want to support what they believe in. Yeah, no kidding. But not at the cost of my son and his worries what police would do to him just simply for the color of his skin. Well, it sounds to me like Megan Atkins is Trying to put this As some sort of a racial act. Against black lives matter. I don't see it that way. Maybe you do. I see it as these kids remember the phrase speaking truth to power. Remember that during the George Bush years? People went after the president. I'm speaking truth to power. Well, I think these two high school kids were speaking some truth to power and I think they should be commended for it. Donald Trump Jr responded to the initial suspensions on Twitter, saying it's outrageous that these students were punished with celebrating our amazing police officers and firefighters. He should have said they showed real courage standing up to wave but they thought for what they thought was right. I agree with Donald Trump Jr. Want to know if you agree with me. Ah, Should have these kids ever been suspended. I say no. If anything, you know, we were always taught. No, don't don't trust people over 30 member. All you baby boomers out there. What happened to that spirit? Don't trust people over 30 and question authority. Remember that folks question authority. I saw all those bumper strips question authority. I don't see those bumper strips as much anymore. Well, I say hats off to these kids on and on, and I would say that that it is not In any way, shape or form irreconcilable thatyou could support the concept of black lives matter as everyone's life matters and black lives matter, and if if they're in greater jeopardy. Of losing their life either at the hands of police or in where they live. Ah, anything we could do the kid diminish, Make people more aware of it. I'm okay with that. I'm very much okay with that. But I'm also supported. I support police officers because their lives matter, too. So we're going to open it up. Let's have added 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30. These air two high school kids who did I think what they thought was the right thing honoring their dad's, a firefighter and a police officer on 9 11. But I say hats off to these two young men who stood up for what they believe in. Hats off to Brady Williams Hats off the Jared Bentley. Let's have at it. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 8 99 10 30. I think it's.

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"grice" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"And before we get on out I, know we didn't pay our respects to one of the greatest college basketball coaches of all time who passed away this week John Thompson wanted to go ahead. And pay him his respects at definitely one of the definitive voices in all of college basketball I mean from a kid I saw him and just thought he was just remarkable as a coach at those great teams the all those talk about tall ball when he had like seven footers and six ten players, right? All right around Patrick Ewing in the heyday of the Hoyas and I don't you guys he wanted to share any John Thompson thoughts but you truly to me is one of the best college basketball coaches ever more the greatest basketball minds to ever grace. The commute though Raphael Sean. Any. Thoughts on John Thompson before we head on out. Yeah he was a a guy that I grew to appreciate more as I got older when I was younger. I remember when the big east was the big east and you had the. Saint John's Syracuse and and all of those teams and then. Just remember he's like the coach of the big man. I was a little too young for for Ewing, but I remember morning and Matombo and then A Big Iverson, fan so I can. I can probably name that starting five from those those Iverson teams than. Just. A legendary guy in in DC and For me at one point. I did not know the Georgetown wasn't a black college until I was an adult. because. When you thought of Georgetown, you just thought of John. Thompson. and. We started John Thompson I thought it was an HBO. For for the longest then. As an adult I realize it wasn't. I went out to DC like this is a very very. This school that is not near the whitehouse directly. The White House before the area became gentrify but Now it's just A. A tough loss for the basketball community in is like an authentic. Tolson. So like to legendary coaches from from childhood. And I'm Alan Iverson is never been about his emotions and crying and breaking down. I imagine he's having a really really really tough time dealing with this simply because John Thompson changed his life. Maybe he had a huge impact in just turning things around for our sin. gave him an opportunity when looked like the door was closed for him. So I imagine he's having a tough time dealing with this so. Our prayers are out to the Thompson family and. All his former players I know he was a father figure to allow those guys and. Losing a father whether it's your natural father father figure could be tough. Absolutely absolutely indeed all the prayers from all of us at Laker's fastbreak. Laker Hall Assad calm and of course, Ravi, on NBA. Draft Junkies Before we end now, please go ahead and check us out on social media at Laker's fastbreak also as well. You can reach Lake Tom for anything LAKER. HOLLICK'S DOT COM related for Sean Greis Aka Magic man there. But of course, Raphael Barlow is at Barlow five hundred and at NBA draft donkeys. If you have a question, you want to old.

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"grice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We will cool down a bit. We've been in the nineties in many spots today, but the coolest suburbs should get back into the mid to upper sixties about 70 or so downtown. Tomorrow. It will be a sunny day. It'll be warm. No injuries warmers today. He did 85. That'll do it for the high Tomorrow. Cooler temperatures on Friday 75 to 80 sun and clouds in a few showers arriving by afternoon Saturday looks pretty good. Not hot but comfortable. Low eighties for the high inland temperatures in the upper seventies. Nearthe short is 91 degrees right now in Boston. Two people in Worcester arrested for the deadly shooting of a Boston man BBC TV reporting that Jacob Grice and Amber Gravel will be arraigned tomorrow on multiple charges. Police responded to King Spring Street early Monday. Found the victim who has been outstanding hospital. So far. His name's been withheld several states, including Massachusetts, looking the increased Corona virus testing. It's considered the first Interstate Corona virus testing agreement of its kind. Six governors, three Republicans and three Democrats are purchasing three million a rapid A covert 19 tests. The hope is to reduce the turnaround time for Corona virus test results. From days, two minutes. With many Americans having to wait several days for results. Covert 19 tests are basically useless. GYM CHRYSALIS CBS. No moving along with the world's biggest Corona virus vaccine study, Cambridge Baseball, Dernis says it's on track to complete enrollment of all 30,000 volunteers by next month. Early volunteers began to get the experimental vaccine late last month. Those taking part won't know whether they're getting the real thing or a dummy shot. The Trump administration's bullish about chances of developing a Corona virus vaccine, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says the research, though, is promising. It is very credible that we will have the high tens of millions of doses of FDA gold standard vaccine..

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"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

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"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"What regardless of what you mean you rescue. Stuff has and I think that violate as frankly you should be buying that. Breached bottom or developing process, and now's a good time to start putting on risk again. I don't listen I. Don't know I. think that you just you can get yourself and to I. You know you can get your. Source of, problem. Yes you. Well. I think that from my perspective you tossing point is you don't know where the Boston is, and but you do some things. You didn't know what you're what you're required on this. You didn't know what your balance is and you do. What panic looks like and everybody you know if the last couple of days we're seeing that's location's everywhere with becks level we I think we've only seen three times and then in history. That's the only time we've been up here volatility. What's healthy and was he can call relationship only correlation at a record highs with hearing, ETF even to liquid investment grade credit suddenly rector. Evan was was before we came live was talking about the market structure. Once you once you've. One of the things I thought was different. From the two thousand seven through two thousand nine crisis is I think the market structure kind of exacerbates volatility, the biggest inflows the market, the last decade have actually been into passive funds, which everything at the same time in when people sell they sell everything at the same time. I'm prior of the crisis banks you know acted as market makers in the market, and they also prop dust, and they kind of actively lose a little bit of countercyclical hedge, but because of dodd-frank they've been pushed out a lot of the new market makers in the. The designated participants for ATS or high frequency traders like citadel or virtue, and the thing is they look at their bottom line when volatility spikes up, they just get out of the market. We also have a couple of other strategies that are implicitly short volatility, whether that's risk, parity, or any number of other things that grants is written about for years and when volatility spikes, they have to cut exposure, so we have all these things that as soon as volatility spikes, there's all these things kind of exacerbate the volatility and kind of make the sell-offs worse and as much as lifestyle buying. No listen I totally agree I you. You can say much you look. You will see dislocations right now. I was just before it came on I was looking at one always average. He's come to me that at last year is not gonNA cheating on a negative enterprise value in other words, a discount to the cash balance, and so you know you're you're these meaningful locations and again I I don't know if this is the bulk of I. Panic looks like this is tiny and I. think that you should be taking the other side..

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"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"An enlightened and progressive government should do is to. Issue debt and print money until such time as a CPI, not the Dow Jones industrial average, the CPI rises ad. When or if that happens, it should levy taxes to neutralize that inflation, so isn't that the state of affairs today so Donald, trump. Boris Johnson are acting as if they themselves were. Kind of the new Socialist Vanguard Right New Chancellor Exchequer in Britain as this This budget that is obscure Blairite. New Labor spend spend spend governs can help innovation in this country America. Arrogant send thousand dollars everybody now interest rates the lowest. They've been and four thousand years and governments and more open handed. They have been arguably and anyone's lifetime, so our sovereign bond heels of about nothing. Are they correctly priced? I passed me. Don't know the No. I I think very the not I think is very simple relief from. The Melville youth should roughly economically. DP grew roughly speaking and. Historically that's been the I if anybody Dude, empirical observation pretty much over a long enough period of plane much any economy you find the nominal GDP growth and nominal bungee a roughly the same, so you know what normal growth is kind of roughly. Europe or America you're talking about. The Fan. That's kind of where you should be. You know they shouldn't be post euro and shouldn't be negative so I think that's a better. Way that fund us make sense of everybody of course the rationality through them that he did. It's a crazy I mean it's crazy. What do you see to do in the markets? Not telling you you are one for separating babies and bathwater you have made calls. bullish calls on energy and frontier markets, and all these things are going through as as our friend or colleague Evan. The rent says through the Wood Chipper as his phrase. So do you see? Babies amidst this flood of bathwater. What can you tell the listeners? Yes so so, what's not I? Think you know if you. Mock in vitamins like this. You know it's such a Cliche, but it's true correlations, one and so I think almost right now. I think it's just really math. Oh, you buy! Yes, I. Absolutely find some fascinating investment opportunities and frontier market like what companies well one day and. We spoke with them with Bangladesh which is you know which is trading. At fourteen times, endings at the moment is GonNa. Look who tobacco monopoly, Laris GonNa check that when He. Is Bangladesh on your itinerary. Else he got doing. Cigarettes. Fact I look at textbooks. I'm stalking performance, laugh entry and there's. Degrees! Right and you look at the companies today and you think well. You know it would have been invested news stuff here for if. I probably missed the boat. No actually haven't missed the ball. And some of these kind of frontier markets. You know the population. The numbers stay will. They were growing. You might be squeamish about buying tobacco comes. No, no, no, that's fine. That's. W. What's GonNa? See with that, you know. I talked about average. Uranium, none of those things will hold up as well short credit. The I think the reality would correlation when when you're marcus correlation, it's high, I think it doesn't really matter what you buy. I really think that you can kinda buy. Virtually any risky investment you know some of my vetoes sound like kind of an colleagues equity guys, some of the most extinct come credit guys, current spam people Kinda I think it doesn't really matter what your demean as I think you know..

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"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"Yeah, although I, yeah I, think. Is Okay if that's the case, let me ask you a follow up question namely in I, think one of your very first issues of popular delusions had to do with interest rates, and with the bond market, and with your contention, that is a big opportunity in the idea of inflation concept. The thing which of course is the mirror image? If one's concern now just could you update your views on inflation and interest rates? This is the world looking the wrong way. Well I I so. mean. That's quite big question I think I mean ten years ago I was GonNa have taking some of the things I was writing. Saying you know some of the ideas. I had some time ago and ten years ago I made Betty or prediction that inflation, I said inflation with would be the defining issue of of the next stage of my career, and I said that we will we will sleepwalking into an inflation crisis and. And bike inflation meant CPI inflation so I wasn't talking about asset price. He knows very specifically talking about high street inflation relation of The CPI and I said that this would be a problem within ten years, and I said that you would stop the early signs of you know. an incipient inflation problem so something like four to five percents so now, of course we haven't gone for. Ten years ago, I would say that and and you know that was wrong. That was clearly completely wrong. I got to completely wrong. I thought that the monetization of fiscal deficit eventually, which beat as it would take some time eventually it would. Clearly, that hasn't happened inflation. Fifty basis points lower break, even fifty basis points floor, so there was some kind of so Sachin for me on on what I got wrong. And and I think the main. There were a few things I think that the two main things would the very profound impact of technology, and you can see this very clearly affected of the Internet on..

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"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"We kind of observed that dispatch particularly for the for the higher quality names 'em trading, and say they're two thousand and Jeff Tight and you know with the help of one of the managers that were invested in We thought we have quite a neat way of actually passing again. Those those credit and I think that you know the you know the market today is not the same as it was and two thousand and seven. Obviously, there are a number of differences some of them may divorce last likely. Some of the maybe make devotes more like by think that. It seems as though people were offering credit with I really Afghan, too many questions and you know. The SPECIF- obviously have bruin blown out I'm quite quite spectacularly. Actually I'm pretty much everything from the the the high grades. To imagine markets, so so that's been as was that you know that that that was quite good That was a good call What happens next is probably what people more interested in you know I. I I don't know I think one of the things that is concerned. I mean the market has no shot. And I think the rescue is the at the grades, and you're likely to see from probably i. mean the Lord Market. You had an awful lot of I I. Fancy Joe of some of loans which will. BE MINUS and you know they're going to in and and that means that you know no one's really going to be able to buy them so those this as probably going to be bust. They're not gonNA. Be Refinancing able to get you credit. They're in trouble basically. I think that's probably the next leg Adila. But what? What is what in two thousand nine the default? Default rate hit an all time high, and in two thousand ten fell below its long term average, a Martin who's one of the deans of the yield world says that's physically impossible, but it had happened, and the reason it happened. He told US was You know the central banks. The world came together and the flood of the Marquis much money that companies are. are able to refinance and kind of continue on for a longer day as you look at the market today, we're seeing a return. A lot of these crisis era facility is like a acronyms like PD or C. P. Commercial Paper Funding Facility C. P., F., D..

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"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Grant’s Current Yield Podcast

"This is current Yale they just gentlemen grants interest rate observer of the air. I am Jim granted with me as always Eric. Whitehead, who was our engineer and Control panels right there to your left. I think. The great deputy editor of grants ever said Phil Grant, who edits are indispensable, almost daily grants, and with us today as well as Dylan. Greis, who is I don't know who's the author of Popular Delusions and a man from whom we will be hearing a great deal presently meantime, let's get Get some of the housekeeping out of the way. Eric I understand that you are often one of your. Adventure, vacations with a family I think the destinations include Iran and northern Italy, do they? Each his own I suppose EVALU- investor. Well we are we here at graphs are doing the best we can. In these tire circumstances for example I, said Tire I got on the elevator today, this building woolworth building, and by the way we're almost not supposed to be here. So great is the panic in the city of New York but I yell later, but before I could press a button a building guy comes in leaps into the elevator. He's wearing a mask and loves, and he says what floor Sir which I think is very nice and I. I said twenty four, which is the correct answer and he with a sanitizer wipes off the elevator controls then himself presses twenty. Four I haven't covered the subway having dual things you do in the subway. Right like hang onto the polls. Look the floor. I was astounded by the service were getting this building now, but this is I think it's an. It's an example of the pure panic that we see them around here I. Didn't that's that's a comment or Canadian work program right? Yeah, a so, Dylan, welcome to grants. Current yields. Thank you make sure among have to. Lay Jump your presently. Be Able to congestion that he was not born. In Bayonne new, Jersey or in Atlanta. Dylan was originally from Glasgow Scotland, and he was for a time, was the top rated sell side strategist, four sock, Jen and I think the entire continent, not only of Europe, the entire continent of the world I think this was socked Jen covers. He is the founder of caller would capital any rights a very fabulous piece? Think Peace Investment Essay Kuhlman newsletter. Called Popular Delusions and I have omitted so far the foremost credential Dylan Grass, which that is, he's a speaker at the grants fall conference we had for years and years. We have spring conference to Evan. Did we schedule Spring Conference this year? No the best financial decisions of the European now. We just we just knew Dylan. We just knew we should not have a spring conference this year, so we're not having, but but Dylan would be with us in the fall I see. Oh, here's an interesting thing. Fellow is I'm looking now. The new issue of grass we, we have the fall conference. We list of speakers, but you know what we don't list the date. Isn't that a kick? What's what's the data October twentieth? He speaks. All right so I have been looking through the latest issue of Popular Delusions. See so much to ask you about I'm going to begin with the. Call on credit that is to say on promised to pay money and It has done everything that you prophesized what now what is the state of credit s? Let's narrow down to corporate credit What are the risks? What are the opportunities? Well, possibly, it's very generous of that. I talked to size vestment overly generous, actually because I. I guess I didn't predict the viruses and therefore cancel in Congress either. So I think the if it's clear that the. Dispatch are incredibly tight so back in January..

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Mumps case confirmed at middle school in Mercer County, New Jersey

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Mumps case confirmed at middle school in Mercer County, New Jersey

"Nine alarm in Mercer county after a case of mumps is confirmed at a school in Hamilton township a letter from Grice middle school was sent home to parents to alert them of a confirmed case officials say symptoms of moms can sometimes be mile bike a cold but they typically appear within sixteen to eighteen days after infection give or take the state department of health said there was another confirmed case of months in January but did not disclose where the CDC said that cases of moms have been drastically reduced because of vaccinations the reported seventy cases of mom's nationwide as of January

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Is 'The Lion King' a fascistic story?

Ben Shapiro

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Is 'The Lion King' a fascistic story?

"Comes as you watch the herbivores congregate to bow down before their newborn ruler blanking offers us is inductive world view in which absolute power goes in question where the weak and vulnerable are fundamentally inferior in other words linking offers us a fascist ideology writ large there seems to be No Way Out for the forthcoming remake the first thing to understand that the wind king is that it isn't in any way that winds or any other animal species no it it it kind of is and it says so in the title The Lion King and then also there only animals and no humans in at it's amazing how the west will struggle to say that certain things are not metaphors and then they'll immediately say that this is a metaphor for fascism on earth as in everything below a variety of cute and cuddly figure stand in for human societal organizations mapping internalize social hierarchies on he's pristine and neutral world and the animal kingdom renders these power dynamics natural common sense and desirable because of first of all what should be real about the animal kingdom lions eat zebras it when they're called the king of the king of the forest king of the jungle it is a better thing for quite awhile and that is because the line is the apex predator in this particular scenario that's how they sure I using the predator prey relationships to Allan Grice human power it's almost inevitably incorporates the white supremacist world view so now believe it or not the argument is that the lion king is about white supremacy now last I checked move faster his voice in the wind came is James Earl Jones who is black Simba in the room in the remake is played by Donald Glover who is black nala who is his wife is played by by and by Beyonce say who is black Sir Robbie whose mom is with alpha Alfre Woodard who is black James Earl Jones is still move asa and still black

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"grice" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"grice" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Grice and witness tampering. Stone was arrested Friday as part of Robert Muller's Russia investigation soon allegedly acted as a go between for the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks, which posted unflattering stolen democratic emails online. National security officials are testifying before the Senate intelligence committee about threats to the US intelligence director. Dan Coats, says the range of threats against the US is a toxic myth mix of strategic competitors. Regional powers weak or failed states and non-state actors using a variety of tools in overt and subtle ways to achieve their goals. So to also contradicted the Trump administration's claims that ISIS has been defeated the Iran nuclear deal was not working and that North Korea would dismantle its nuclear arsenal. The US State Department says Americans should not travel to Venezuela right now due to crime, civil unrest. And the threat of being randomly arrested. Today's warning raise the travel advisory to its highest level is dealing with an escalating political and economic crisis. The UN. Says at least twenty people have been killed by the Venezuelan government's crackdown on protesters to boats full of migrants headed toward Saudi Arabia have capsized off the eastern coast of Africa. The UN says five people have been killed and more than one hundred thirty are missing witnesses say large waves caused the boats to tip over the Houston. Police chief says to people killed after firing are narcotics officers were a man and woman both in their late. Fifties officers were mmediately shot at yesterday when they forced their way into a house to investigate alleged sales of black tar heroin police chief art 'Seveso Vado says one of the officers had been shot on the job twice before. Most people would call it a day after being shot and surviving. This man is fifty four years old. He's a case agent on this case that he was there in the fruit wines, investigators found drugs and two rifles inside the house.

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"grice" Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"grice" Discussed on Queer as Fact

"A party, and he fakes sneaks out of the party and with one legion he gets into a chariot, and he crosses the Rubicon K and see the entering Italy with his army is a legal on this amounts to a declaration of war. I'm just imagining whoever was hosting the party like hearing that it was in Rome like six he said he was sick. Just not the Orleans time aware of he's a facing sleek sneaking out of a powerful military. He had some kind of chronic illness. And when not clear what was a bunch of payload tried to diagnose him, potentially epilepsy. Okay. Potentially be migraines. Iran one source but said he had a parasitic tightwad moving on his brain. Months? Making stuff. I'm sorry that skull. I didn't know anything about tapeworms. Maybe it's true. If so that's probably the mice powerful tapeworm in human history. That was probably a like inappropriate statement in history. Sure he's returning. Bombay expected sees it take time to Mazda his voice it was. And so he's caught by surprise. And he is really unprepared for this Sanitama office pavonis turn to pump into hastily convened meeting of the Senate. And so that now it'd be great time him to stamp on the ground and his own spring off. Instead pumping and about Hoffa Senate fled rowing, so I think marches into rhyme relatively on opposed. He tells the remainder of the Senate to just continue governing, and he goes off to find a civil war against pumping. But not in run puppies, always on insurance income he's taken with him when he left Rome. And he goes he goes mommy's insane because he got nervous, but that's probably reassuring people over. Anyway, carry I'm not gonna go through the civil war in detail company and his forces will ultimately defeated about eight months later at the battle of solace in Grice complex, Egypt where hyping curry who had seize the advisers of the ferret told me medicine, according to talk say that arrived a few days later and when they presented him with pumps head. He burst into tears and had puppies matters to death or K and save always maintained that he would have been willing to avoid the war. If company had been willing to cooperate unite Pompey had laid down his army when they'd been ordered tune on stage, it would've laid them fine. Sure. You can Seif yourself. Whether you believe Caesar on filling that remained in Egypt for a while. He is told me sister Cleopatra with rival claim to the thriving against her Bronco the very likely had a relationship and also baby Hussein never acknowledged. But was named caesarean. So has to be legit. Just do that. Right. Safer defended the loss of his opponents, which was off pump piece to some in forty five Basie and off that he was named dictator covering for ten years. The position of dictator didn't have star co president Enron. It was something that they named someone dictate in times of instability to kind of get things back in. It was usually on the health six months and being dictatorship for ten years was totally on president say his position as dictator to try and kind of deal with all the instability caused by the war economic problems, and so forth and also to strengthen his hold on power and give Powell positions to his supporters in February of forty full base during a public festival, so he says right hand, man. Mock Antony offered him a crown and the kingship affirm Romans of very very against the idea of kings had been a Republic full hundreds of years and legendarily driven out that kings before that. And that we're very invested in the idea of not having one, man. How supreme Powell I feel like it's kind of a technicality. Once he's dictate on the ten years, frankly, I think many moments in forty four basically would have agreed with you. I mean, Ryan Julia clothing that pretending that they don't have a like one mentally to of. It took a long time while the propaganda machine to gradually transition from you know, all no, I'm just doing this for the good of the state. I'm better than any way. Audion Perio family. Okay. And so it's definitely still pushing the I'm just dictated for the good of the state. We just need to get things back in order kind of line has a lot of like hampers being like, oh, I don't want..

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"grice" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"grice" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"So it's already sort of been out there, and we're going to I mean, that's that's a danger of tough stance. Have for example, when a president says, no negotiation with terrorists. And then you have some poor guy. That's that's held hostage and bad things happen because you're standing gets harder. Take that stand. When people see a human face on the consequences today. Yeah. And Kim do you see at the same way as Bill? I do think that there is an obvious solution to this is just a question of whether now we are beyond the point at which anybody would go there. And and obviously, it is a trade off of some sort of spill just alluded to some broader immigration deal that deals in some sense with the dreamers in return for money that may not be entirely focused on the wall. But includes some money for the wall. And and everyone is understood that those are the contours of successful deal. It's it's what everyone was talking about last year when we were at a point where we might have avoided this situation. And unfortunately, the White House didn't push hard enough for that. And so it it blew up villa parter just died of lack of interest. But that's the place to go back. Again. You saw Senator Joe Manchin from West Virginia proposing something even bigger he suggested that the president to get his money in return for. Grice having another vote on the twenty thirteen immigration Bill, which is the big one. That's a gang of eight one. I don't think anyone's got the appetite necessarily to embrace that and many of the issues it existed around that Bill continued to exist today is probably better to do things in pieces, but but there is a contour there. I just don't know if Democrats at this point feel as though there's any upside to them at least politically going down that road cynical. It would be good for the dreamers, but for their political fortunes, they may think otherwise, that's that's I think that's right now, I think the Democrats heads are. So they'd have to really I think begin to feel some pain themselves before they go there. But I grew with you. This would be the big trade dreamers even throw in some of the Haitian the other plus on temporary visas that are going to be revoked remember last year Chuck Schumer shut the government down over the dreamers caved after three or four just a weekend. So MRs Pelosi could. Claim victory on on something that Democrats took a stand on last year. And so she would have a victory, and she'd get some she would design it for it was a real victory. All right. Thank you Bill. Thank you can thank you all for listening will be back tomorrow with another addition Potomac wanted..

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