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"hul  t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

04:40 min | Last month

"hul t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"World in some of the world's greatest companies using the process. Seeing what we're seeing. What didn't work seeing what was clear from the book. What was it clear what we thought was clear. It's your wasn't you know and And then we began also to learn something we didn't know. And this brings me to the answer to your question. What's really different in the second edition first of all. We've tightened up the writing a little bit. We got a lot better at writing in the ten years. But what's really there that wasn't there before. Is this emphasis leaders of leaders. Now just give you a tiny context. The first edition was predominantly written towards the leader of a frontline team. So those wonderful individuals whether it's a team of five five hundred that everybody who reports to you is basically an individual contributor so that's the first book in the second division. We kept all of that but we added thirty percents new content all directed toward people who have that unique job. I i saw this on your face kevin. You know what i'm talking about. The leading leaders is an entirely different discipline and even though there eighty million books on leadership in the world. There really aren't any that we know of about leading leaders. That's a unique skill. So that's what we added and we kept everything from the first but we added in this. This thirty percent section on leaders of leaders. What do they do to help. People achieve great results. I love that so.

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

05:25 min | Last month

"hul t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Who have read the book and those that haven't talked about what's in that a scientific fact. That is the scientific fact. That's awesome now. I also know as an author that there are a bunch of people that have it. that didn't read it but we won't talk about that right now. I wonder is two things i want. I want i for you. Tell us about the four disciplines corporate briefly. Of course. But then i wanna talk about what. What changed what's different. So but i what ra- quickly for people that haven't or for people that have slept since they read it. What are the four disciplines. You must know me well. Because you've emphasized three times briefly. That i have a history of long answer so i'm going to actually be true to what you've asked me to do. So therefore of these things that are easy to remember. And for everybody. If you're if you're pausing for a moment you want to write these down. I'm gonna give you a simple way to catch these four ideas. I still would like to buy the book if you don't mind. I have children going to college. And all that. But but but i give you the four ideas only take a second so before this execution or based on four universal timeless principles number. One is focused so the very first discipline is to focus on the wildly important. And can i know that's a cheesy name. I've often regretted it myself. But you know it gets it gets in the brain. It gets people's attention and the reason we chose. That name is because everything you and. I think we're doing right now. We think it's all important so in order to separate out the thing that matters most we had to call it something different to wildly important. So so here's an idea that will hold in the mind better than my words. Imagine every single person listening to this is really like an air traffic controller. And whether you're driving your car or your work or your home making breakfast you're listening to this podcast..

"hul  t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

04:19 min | Last month

"hul t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"I don't think so either you to go back. The doctors are the people for whom there's an there's nothing but healing. That's all i think about this. All i care about the people who should be therapist counselors and and business people are those for whom you know. At least that is the driving. Pull in their life to go to that. Because anything else dabbling in anything else. Can i say this is. Oh really wasn't authority. Even though i'm not is number one if you dabble your way through life you never got to be happy. Never gonna be completely happy and check at. You're probably never going to do anything of great significance so why not find the thing for yourself. That is your thing you know the thing that makes you want to get up in the morning and do it that thing. That's that would be a message. When ewing hats you never would reach your wildly important goals breath just saying very nice guy this book before disciplines of execution. It's been out for a number of years. And as i said. Now you're you're out. Touring the world of podcasts. Talking about it because we're in the second edition have any books. That have a second edition. So i got a lot to learn here but i want to ask you this question. So it's been. I don't remember when the i i i should have done my homework. Gone over to my eleven years ago. Thank you. I should have looked at the original. Copyright what do you think has led to the success of this book. Yeah i love this question. And i feel my answer now not just coming from my mind but maybe come from my heart as well kim. I think everybody struggles with execution. You know our our first edition and second edition are really written with a predominant thought of leaders of teams mostly in the business or nonprofit segment. But you know the principles apply to our personal lives. They apply to our parenting apply to everything we tried to do. So they they are powerful in that sense but with to come back to your question. I think everybody struggles with it you know. There's a reason that new year's resolutions are a cliche dawson. your new year's resolution and they rolled her eyes and say it february yet. Talk to me on the twenty two january right. We have a long history of this so so in other words this book the your both the original and even better in the new one provide what we believe is the best answer we know to. Why is that. And how do i change so okay so now i have to ask a question. You challenge me to ask questions. Don't ask you so. I almost chuckled. When i said we're talk to an expert at execution because you know there's a whole other definition of execution. Why did you think execution instead of implementation. Because i find myself using the word implementation because i sometimes get stuck on that word execution is just curious greg's question wrong with the word execution of course if there was a conscious choice there one or the other. Well let me. I'll do my best to express it but do you mind ten seconds to tell you one of my favorite examples. Is i gave a keynote speech on the four disciplines in bogota colombia and the billboard outside the stadium where i was going to be speaking said jim hewlett chief executioner. True story hand heart true story chief executioner so there have been times when i've wondered about this name but i'll tell you what i like about this. If for example we said disciplines not principles ideas practices and we said execution not just dabbling. You know. I think it's an edgier word a stronger word that you go out and you do it an- not to not to say that as a heavy thing for people hearing us but to say our book from page one to page three hundred..

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

03:05 min | Last month

"hul t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"And then i had another life changing moment. Which really was in a way full circle because i i realized after eleven years of being a ceo. That really wasn't what i wanted to do. What i really wanted to do is communicate. I wanted to have a message. I wanted to make a difference in the lives of people. And and kevin. I realized you know you can make a difference in the lives of people in all professions. I'm not saying that. That's the exclusive territory of writers and speakers. But i really wanted to be doing well in a sense what we're doing today. You know sharing ideas about things that really matter and finding a way to be helpful to people in the living of their lives so The end of that story is the greatest professional moment of my life. I had the opportunity to join the franklin covey organization which i had long been a fan of because of the work of dr steven covey and the seven habits of highly effective people that he had really done what i aspired to do. And still fire haven't made it yet and now finishing thirteen years with the franklin covey organization of not finished yet. I shouldn't have said that but but this is my thirteen year. Heard it that way. But that's fair to clarify. I wanna say something. Jim and you know as people listen i i often i realize it. Some people are most people are listening not watching. You're watching high a. Or if you're driving. Don't be watch if you're driving. Please don't be watching. Why do we have twelve inch laptop screens than in in cars. Do not disney. Anyway you said. I i liked it sometimes. Stop and highlight something. Because i know the people are doing lots of different things there when those thing and you said something a little bit ago i thought was marvelous and and this is not this is also not the remarkable parenting podcast. But you said something that one of your professors said he that i think that many times parents struggle with they have a child wants to do something that perhaps doesn't look like the odds. Are all that high about right you. This happened to be in the arts. And i love the way. This professor mentor framed for you. Would you say it again. I underline it for everybody. Because i think it's really powerful. I love this so glad. We're gonna talk about this for a second because this is this is a precursor to the execution things that we'll talk about it in a little while but my professor was dr hugh thomas birmingham southern college where i was a music major. The conservatory school. And i was part of a group of people studying music with the intention to be professional musicians. And i've never forget it. I have killed on my arm right now remembering this moment when he said to a small group of us who were very serious about this you can do anything else and be happy and fulfilled and content. You should do that because the only people who seem to be able to endure in the arts are those for whom there is nothing else and kevin. If you don't mind i'll tag onto the end of that really quickly that i think that is not an exclusive statement to the are snow..

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

03:27 min | Last month

"hul t. b." Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Four times as one of the twenty five best companies to work for in america heels degrees from the university of alabama embroidering birmingham southern college and serves on the boards of several local organizations as well as the siegel institute for leadership ethics and character. He's a husband father of two grandfather of three. He's our guest today. His name is jin jim ruling. Jim welcome thank you kevin cut. What a great introduction you even. I was getting a little interested in what i had to say. Thank you i say. Thank you for the introduction that my mother wrote right bad day listen. We're going to talk about this book the four disciplines of execution. And especially now the one that has this little blue stripe across the top says second edition revised and updated. But we'll get to all of that when you were ten years old jim. You probably didn't say. I'm going to be a ceo. You probably didn't say i'm gonna write a selling number. One wall street journal bestselling book with two editions. Like none of that was on your radar when you pretend i'm guessing so my question to you is tell us about your journey. Like sorta quickly. How did you end up where we are today. Gosh what a great question you know. I've only known you a little bit although as we said a moment ago. We're already friends. But i was expecting today to be full of unique questions and i love that. So thank you for starting there and you did emphasize the short version. Because you know. I'm i'm an older guy so i could take all day go through the whole purpose. This is a remarkable journey. Podcast and kevin podcast. That you should have a second. Podcast kevin my team. Say that's a bad idea kevin. I do want to tell you though man. I am so honored to be on this podcast. I mean your your world class and the world the podcast. You're in the top tier. And i feel very special today. Because i get to have a conversation with you so thank you and to go right to your question you know. I have an answer that you may not be expecting. I actually started my life as an artist. I was a musician played in all the rock and roll bands and worked my way basically through college singing and playing in bands and and well. I don't know you know there is a song about that. I won't quote it on your podcast but the but you know. I had a blast and i literally loved the aspect of expression. Even after i graduated college. I went and lived in new york for a while pursued a career for a very short time as a professional singer and and then really had a life changing moment and the interesting thing is that life changing moment. I wanted my life to be about something other than just music at a very wise professor. Who said to me once if you can do anything other than music and be happy. You should do that because the only people who can survive in the arts because it's a difficult and challenging career are the people for whom there is nothing else so so i made a change went into business. I got into what was in those days. The emerging field of computer science. Can you imagine with back to school. Got another degree in computer science and went on to start at what really turned out to be a forty three year career in business. Working my way up through the it. Ranks i became cio of a couple of world class companies huge corporations. I ended up being ceo of a technology company for eleven years..

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"hul t. b." Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"Haven't you know one hundred fifty bosses that were like that. You know this really my game. It's my goal. The division is given me the responsibility to achieve this goal this year. You know so in other words everything we do says it's my game but you're important because you get to play that's one level of performance. I would call that. Level of performance basic compliance. I do my job. Because i want to keep my job. But there's another level that's exponentially greater than that. Which is if you can let your team come to believe that. It's their game and your job is to help them win at their game. They will go to this incredible level. They will play to win. Here's a way to think about it. There's a difference between a team that is playing not to lose and a team that is playing to win. It's night and day difference but the question really for anybody listening to you and me. Today's oh gosh jim. That sounds great. How do i do that. Well first of all let them create their own scoreboard. Let them create a way of tracking their lead measures their actions and their goal or results. That means something to them. You know what do you care if they want. Spider man to be the theme of their scoreboard. What do you care. does it make to you. What if you want to put all their picture. You should see the pictures of maintenance teams that have mops and brooms screwdrivers on the board pasted on the board because it's a symbol that lets that team say. Hey everybody in case you didn't know that's our bore. Because john i promise you this. The minute team says that our scoreboard. They will then begin to feel that our score and up until that moment even for the best hearted lear's most people are going to say. Well that's john score. You know yeah. That's john's goal. Is john score. We're we're helping him achieve it. It's all the difference in the world letting team feel like it's their score. Yeah that's fantastic because there's just no substitute for that transition. You see when people have it but you know owned versus somebody else's thing and like you said just trying to keep their job is totally different than trying to do something great as a team yet. You also went a little further in the book to as it close talking about the missing ingredients. There's other things going on in there as far as you know it's pretty everything is what you do is very clear an analytical like here's what you can do here's how it can get done and it's a solid recipe but there is still a little bit of a magic factor. Talk to us about those other. Love that. I'm so impressed already but now i'm really impressed called out. What is to me the thing that is most essential in this book. If if you don't mind let's remind everybody that before. Dismissive execution has been out for a while translated into sixteen languages global bestseller for the last seven years on amazon. But we've now this year developed and offered the second edition. Where we've we've put the new things that we've learned since the first edition was was created and one of the things we've learned is what you're bringing to attention here. In our last moments. I guess together and that is what we ended up calling the missing ingredient and and john just the setup for that you know. This book is about three hundred ten pages or something like that and three hundred of them are pragmatic analytical intellectual. It's a how to it tells you exactly what to do how to do it. How to implement the for distance and we love that part of the book. The last chapter is not about the mind. The last chapter is all about the heart because we felt here ten years later watching three hundred thousand teams around the world. Implement these four disciplines. What we had really learned was yes. The ones who implement the disciplines will attend to achieve great results. That's true but the difference between great results and a great leader comes down to some characteristics of the leader themselves. And i won't try to enumerate all of them for you but if you don't mind i'll call attention to the very last one which is probably the the pages. I'm the most proud of in the second edition. Because we say unequivocally and i wanted to tell you unapologetically that at the end of the day in our observation three hundred thousand teams leaders all over the world. The greatest leaders are the ones who not only produced great results but who create great people who really love the people who work for them. Who really care about them and we told some stories in the book. Right out of the heart is driving highest achieving organizations. You can imagine. I mean this is. This is not where we play ping pong all day. These are people who are working really hard giving their all but they are giving their all to a leader that they feel is giving their all to them. It really cares about them and we wrote stories about people driving around on christmas eve to drop off. Thank you gifts to various employees. Who lived in their area because they want that special night. They wanted them all to know that they were loved and valued. We we've talked about. Ceo's of multi billion dollar corporations every single week right ten or twelve or thirty handwritten note out to various people throughout the organization notes. They get pinned on the wall and posted on facebook and ca- leaders who are really committed to helping the people who follow them prosper and thrive and flourish and grow those leaders. You talk about a missing angry even right now john. The way i'm describing you. Don't you want to work for somebody like that. Most of my life. I was looking for somebody like that right there. At the end of the book we wanted to close with what we thought was the most important message and and that really is a message of love. Love makes the difference between a good leader and a great leader. And and i hope everybody will read all the way to the end of the book. But if you don't could you please just jump to after. Don't don't miss that one. And i think you'll find the real value and i'm so glad you called that out. Yeah that's great. It would be wonderful with everything we've gone through in the past couple of years can kind of steer more towards that to a little bit more carrying a little bit more humanity in in what gets done and what else did well said my friend. Now this is the you are on the treadmill we. We get all kinds of authors. You know we do a lot of really hard core marketing. Dick books that you know. Because they're self they they turn around and a quarter to but you're on the real treadmill wear so even you're on the second version and i'm sure that it took a year to get this from when you finish to get it out the door so what's happened in the past year. Have you already. Are there new learnings and things that you already have in mind that you think about for the next edition. What a great idea. Yes you know literally. Nobody has asked me that. That is an amazing. What in in the year since we we sort of stopped learning began. Create the second edition. The learning didn't stop. And i'll tell you right now and i hope it's all right with everybody franklin covey. If i say this we are really really jazzed about one more book to sort of finish a trilogy of execution which is about a very unique subject. In fact i've i've read two books a month for the last forty years. I've never read a book on this subject. Never seen one they may exist. But i'm just saying. I've never hit which is about leading leaders. You think about you know how many books are their own. Leadership like eighteen billion and many of them are great and many of them shaped who. I became as a leader. And i'm not disparaging them anyway. But i am saying what we've observed that is one chapter in the new book leading leaders. We think has the potential to be an entire book itself but look at the audience for that. You know. i've i've risen in my job. I was proficient enough to.

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

08:13 min | 3 months ago

"hul t. b." Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"To them you know and and if they wanna call themselves. The flying eagles and put pictures of eagles all over their scoreboard and hanging in the break room where everybody can see it. All of that just influences the way. The team plays the game of winning. At the goal so discipline three is to create a compelling scoreboard and then last of all disciplined for is the discipline of accountability but not accountability in the traditional sense. In other words on all of us have lived and worked in environments where accountability me to my boss right. And if you and. I are on the same team i may. I may even care a little bit about you but as long as me and my boss sir okay. I'm not worried about you. Well indisciplined four. We build a different kind of accountability. We build an accountability to each other and it turns out people will perform at an entirely different level to avoid letting down their team than they will to simply please their boss so we said that really fast one was about focus too was about leverage finding the behaviors that actually drive results three was about engagement creating a scoreboard that makes people want to play this game and then four accountability the discipline of accountability but becoming accountability to each other. Not just to your boss. Those four things in a package are the behaviors and the principles that drive extraordinary results as you know. Three hundred thousand teams all over. The world are using this process right now and achieving incredible results from really big companies down to really small ones. Okay yeah there's a ton of stuff we're going to dig into. Indenture sure but before we do we have to think blue shift for their support of marketing over coffee if your wildly important goal includes revenue growth or improving customer experience and really what marketers doesn't the lead measures to learn more about blue shifts smart hub. Cdp while traditional platforms may deliver your marketing messages. They don't unified the customer data. You've worked so hard to acquire to provide the three hundred sixty view you need. That's why you need a smart hub. Cdp to build and deliver personalized omni channel experiences that improve customer engagement and drive meaningful results. Blew shifts smart hub. Cdp uses patented ai. To drive time we relevant experiences across every channel all while saving marketer significant time in driving incredible results to help you decide if a smart hempseed. Ep is right for you for most listeners. Blue shift is offering their guide to a successful cdp rfp for free at blue shift dot com slash mc. Yes putting a smart to work for. You is the best way to put your data to work not to sleep so again. Check it out. Over a blue shift. Dot com slash mo. And we thank them for their support. The show the wildly important goal. That you get you get that. That's pretty common. For most marketing people but the second discipline of acting on leading indicators versus lagging indicators. I think that's something that all marketing people miss completely. You know. so many people look at it with low sales and what was the attendance at the event. And all these after things so talk to us more about finding those leading indicators point especially in sales sales is a beautiful laboratory for studying all aspects of human performance. Isn't it in fact. It might be the purest laboratory in terms of the relationship between action result so close in the sales organization. I love using that as an example. So let's say every sales person in the world has a goal to make more sales in an oversimplified example. And so you know your boss gives you this number and usually in fairness to most bosses. They don't tell you how to achieve that goal. They kind of expect you to figure that part out right and so what most people do is they try to achieve a goal especially a big goal by sheer effort. They do everything they can think of. And they do everything in the best way that they possibly can and they they literally just on this massive attack plan hoping that in there somewhere are some things that really work now. I don't mean to put the whole world into one column john but we both know that most of the time we ended up missing the goal we set and we end up being exhausted. And maybe a little disillusion. That i worked so hard i got almost no results for so in forty x we reverse that completely. We say before you do anything. Study your process. What is it that actually drives most of your results. You know the pareto principle twenty percent of what we do produce his that turns out to be true so in other words why focus on the other eighty percent. Why not find the twenty percent. That's a real driver of the results you want and then put all your energy in that. Become world class at that. That's the key we call it leverage you know let me put in one x energy and get back three x result instead of one x two one x and john. If we have a ticket. I'll give you a couple of examples because the people listening they may say okay. I guess that conceptually. But how does that apply so so. Here's here's several examples that might illustrate this now. We worked with the largest hotel company in the world as you know for the last twelve. You're still our largest client anywhere in the world today. And one of the keys to their success at improving guest satisfaction was creating a world class first impression. How do you create a world class first impression on you probably have. Can you tell me ten days but it turns out in the hotel world that most of the first impression gets created by a the warmth of the greeting first of all. Did you even get a greeting or did we say hey. Do you have a reservation. But if somebody said hello and welcome to our hotel. We're so glad you're here. How can i help you today. Whatever that is that really drives the first impression and the second is speed of checking. It takes me an our to check in. I don't care how nice the hotel not having a good so in other words if you were a hotel manager and guest satisfaction matter to you which it does. You might start by saying. We'll what all i care about is let's get off to a great start so i would instill the action in my front desk team of creating a world greeting and having the fastest possible check in experience i could. I put my energy there. And not in the seventy three other. I don't need a bottle of cold water. And i don't need to change the air freshener in the lobby. And i don't. I don't need all that. I can do all that but i need to really put my energy into these two things. I want to move the number. The same thing is to in sales. We go right back to the heart of where you started me. Every every sales person in the world knows that a customer interactions or the way to sale whatever business. You're in good grief. But let's say in a traditional sales role where you're making face to face meetings with the more in franklin covey. We know the more time we spend face to face with our clients the better servants. We are to them and the more stuff they buy. And there's nothing mercenary about that. That's just how the formula worked people buy from other people. Well yes so. In other words one lead measure might be simply increase the number of face to face hours you have with clients every week. Suppose we went from average of three face to face hours to twelve face-to-face hours. That alone would drive the results. But what if we also said. I wanna have world-class face to face and whatever that meant to you. Maybe that meant. I had an agenda. I sent out ahead of time. Maybe that means you have a follow up email. i always do. Maybe it means. I'm one hundred percent. Whatever i committed to do during the face to face meeting with you. i actually do. What a novel idea you. So in other words the key is finding the most predicted actions or behaviors that drive the go and put your chips on those numbers. On the roulette wheel put a bet that if we become world class and those two things we will drive sales even if we don't become world class at everything else we're doing it makes sense the way i've said it so far. Yeah yeah absolutely. No that does and that is such a key point of you need to find those things that indicate before the deal is done. You know because you're staying in front of it. 'cause there's just no value to sitting back and looking at the numbers and i done now. We finally have our list of what. We're gonna do q three.

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

01:39 min | 3 months ago

"hul t. b." Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on Sample podcast and live TV

Sample podcast and live TV

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"hul t. b." Discussed on Sample podcast and live TV

"The Dow jumps in trade investors hoping for a stimulus deal can be reached before the day's end. Meanwhile the government across Europe haven't used more restrictions to combat the spread covid-19 the continent facing its second wave of the pandemic. the US Department of Justice has filed its antitrust lawsuit against Google alleging that the company has unlawfully maintain a monopoly in search by cutting off Rivals from key distribution channels cross has responded says that people use Google because they choose to and not because they're forced to It's a big eating now exclusive on the Amazon vs future group dispute emergency arbitration hearing has taken place on the 16th of October in Singapore. It has concluded and the ruling is expected of the 26th of October on the face of the future retail Reliance deal that hangs in the balance sound. Renuncio shows it's 5G blueprint. The company's president reveals that they are expected to launch a value-for-money 5G smartphone. And also the Geo has developed a fully indigenous 5G radio Access Network. This product is already being tested in the US. Big fmcg companies hul and return your banking on solid rural demand what the Daniel C is 30% of their sales coming in from rule India. Each u l has a 14 45% exposure to Bharat. The auto sector continues to step on the pedal to read the manufacturers now preparing to take production back to 2018 levels and anticipation of a bumper festive season October production targets have been hiked by 55% It's an easy now Auto Market Round Up. The chief minister of Punjab Captain amarinder Singh has met the governor of the state submitting a copy of the draft resolution tabled in the Special Assembly that has been called on those Farm laws animal that has taken many in the badminton World by surprise world champion PV Sindhu leaving the ongoing Olympic National camper van a claiming that her moved was a result of training not happening properly at the camp in Hyderabad me about Sindhu says she's in London working on a nutrition and Recovery needs with you consent of a family and coaches off. Good evening, very warm. Welcome to this edition of top ten and Thursday coming to you live from my home here in Mumbai. And I'm here with a snapshot of the day is bigger stories.

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"hul  t. b." Discussed on Sample podcast and live TV

Sample podcast and live TV

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"hul t. b." Discussed on Sample podcast and live TV

"The Dow jumps in trade investors hoping for a stimulus deal can be reached before the day's end. Meanwhile the government across Europe haven't used more restrictions to combat the spread covid-19 the continent facing its second wave of the pandemic. the US Department of Justice has filed its antitrust lawsuit against Google alleging that the company has unlawfully maintain a monopoly in search by cutting off Rivals from key distribution channels cross has responded says that people use Google because they choose to and not because they're forced to It's a big eating now exclusive on the Amazon vs future group dispute emergency arbitration hearing has taken place on the 16th of October in Singapore. It has concluded and the ruling is expected of the 26th of October on the face of the future retail Reliance deal that hangs in the balance sound. Renuncio shows it's 5G blueprint. The company's president reveals that they are expected to launch a value-for-money 5G smartphone. And also the Geo has developed a fully indigenous 5G radio Access Network. This product is already being tested in the US. Big fmcg companies hul and return your banking on solid rural demand what the Daniel C is 30% of their sales coming in from rule India. Each u l has a 14 45% exposure to Bharat. The auto sector continues to step on the pedal to read the manufacturers now preparing to take production back to 2018 levels and anticipation of a bumper festive season October production targets have been hiked by 55% It's an easy now Auto Market Round Up. The chief minister of Punjab Captain amarinder Singh has met the governor of the state submitting a copy of the draft resolution tabled in the Special Assembly that has been called on those Farm laws animal that has taken many in the badminton World by surprise world champion PV Sindhu leaving the ongoing Olympic National camper van a claiming that her moved was a result of training not happening properly at the camp in Hyderabad me about Sindhu says she's in London working on a nutrition and Recovery needs with you consent of a family and coaches off. Good evening, very warm. Welcome to this edition of top ten and Thursday coming to you live from my home here in Mumbai. And I'm here with a snapshot of the day is bigger stories.

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"hul t. b." Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"hul t. b." Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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Stories Philippines Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"hul t. b." Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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