11 Burst results for "Hugh Richards"
"hugh richards" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Out another way. Great that's part of again it's. Like best the lane. Like defiance desks delaying like again. There's. There's roasting. There's insult humor in. It's like I'm not a I'm not a Ricky Gervais sky like that doesn't feel like humor feels like he. He's being mean right, and it's a I. Love to laugh at other people's expenses, so don't know you're wrong. There own, too, but it's like okay. Are you being funny or are you looking for a way? To be as mean as possible. And maybe get a couple of laughs out of it. And people master that line. Some people think they've mastodon. Giresse one of those guys to like his stand up and his twitter very different his standup he's. Finding like funny turns of phrase, and like riffing on that he's not like that Jesus was like no way we. This is the Hugh Richard. Blind Eel. The shovel in which to dig my longer, but there's another one that. Is Ricky Gervais canceled out a tremendous so I made a better. I would love to like just extensive list. Okay now. This was an. On, want to go away from somewhat of a segue to something. I wanted to talk about I. Need Some. If you've got the dedication to make a three hundred seventy. Two it. Like it's if you have that kind of dedication I need somebody to. Lay Listen, three, hundred and seventy times history, somebody get successfully canceled I. Read a Fucking Book On that. Because I was like maybe I'm not understanding her. Yes. I! Just like you know what? Now they ran his plate. He got cancelled. There's I mean I feel like this was floating around last year as a conversation. I always loved and you'd like to watch, and I still do. This. This I knew this was set in it, so it wasn't a surprise to me, but it's the Louis. CK Ricky as Chris Rock Jerry L.. And they start talking about the magic words. At even Jerry. Seinfeld's like I've never found the humor in it. Tom Agoura this year is telling a story about? He sees like a white guy and a black guy and Philly. and. Goes. And the white guy called him. And he just. Like everyone knows what you just said I have to say. Per Shapiro a award ceremony. Who is a the White House not to cue-card. They Call Jim's friend. Read it like like. If? You're talking like talent way to work around it. That's much funnier that right then. Like just saying it because you can say in that. WHO said it. Was a vase set first and then somebody get their toes in the water can a knows definitely Louis. Okay. Yeah Each he has. said it before as to, so he's he's full fledged a bit about how the phrase the N. Word is just white people getting away with saying which I don't completely disagree with. IS THAT IN THUG. Right. slugged. Jimmy. But.
"hugh richards" Discussed on Christ is the Cure
"Are not new in history with this stuff. I mean for for as as long as written literature has been people have had that to you know be kind of just a permanent written testimony of of where they stood it in an even while his Christ said every word you speak you'll have to answer to so now with social media you kind of have like a digital permanent footprint that you'll have to answer to and then also you know you can think of the classic texts in James Three about the tongue in about how it can spread forest fires in. Can you know produce blessings and curses in basically the Internet. Is Your your tongue in the thoughts of your mind. Put into a Eh digital written community communiqu think is word And again what. What are we speaking being idle words there are we using our words wisely? Yeah proverbs has a lot to say about speech to I believe and then whenever you look at even if you look at the principle people of both found in Matthew and mark I believe you know without which proceeds from the the mouth reveals the heart. What what you're saying shows what's going on and showing it shows sin and so if if you're just blowing spitting fire at someone you gotTa really you think about about where that's coming from and why it's coming from because most of the time it's not because of the other person is because you're prideful because you're losing a debate or your views are being challenged so there's the underlying issues of what is motivating your anger because if your motivation is solid and you just care for the person then your conduct will follow? And I think we'll get into that in a little bit for me to jump too far ahead but one quick last word on that is also. I don't think that it it ruins your credibility if for anyone to admit. I don't have a lot to say on that so I'm GonNa bow out or you know I hugh Richard saying. I need to think about this a little bit more. But instead it often devolves into Ad Hominem name calling those passive aggressive. You Know God God bless you bro. comments in its idle words. It it's it's just you know to to its to shutdown discussion in keep your pride intact when humility is probably the better answer in. That's not going to rob your credibility in any way. It's just showing that I don't have. I don't know that I want. I want to well and that goes to say that mean like if you admit that. You don't know that establishes more credibility because you're being honest and if you start lying about and you start talking about things you don't know about you're not only lying but you're showing people that you don't have any credibility I mean it's a really is a fine line to just to say I'm going to be wise. I don't know I'll get back to you. Let's let's further discussion too because that kind of opens up the door of. Hey let's not make this a one and done. Let's have a conversation about this later on. Let's discuss discuss it more depth absolutely which goes into well. I did jump the gun number six gauge the motive behind. What you post? You just made these flow so well that it's hard not to blend them to inflame mock get high fives impress people with your knowledge to edify etc and so the earth. Oh Oh no I was just going to add because we talked about this a holier than thou thing. It's good for me. I think just mentioned that and the Times that I have gotten upset and discussions most of it has been an issue of pride and I can admit that There's only been a few times where I was just annoyed with a person because of the way they were acting. But there's been plenty of times where I'd be in the same situation and I would stop praying. Think about what I was doing. And and everything will be fine and Dandy so I'll let you take it from there though yes in in another good segue into the verse that I wanted to read regarding guarding this particular principle but I I really love what Paul says here when he says So just in context the this is the passage passage in Romans. Twelve is about just the identifying marks of a true Christian believer in embrace eighteen. He says if possible so far as it depends on you live peaceably with all so. There are several things to unpack their one. He said if possible so there will be times when peace is just not going to be there but then he adds a further disclaimer. So far as it depends on you so it's your own personal accountability live peaceably with all so so in thinking about that in trying to live piece live at peace with all mankind. You need to ask yourself before you post most anything am I trying to inflame and provoker rile people up. Am I trying to get high. Fives in in skull faces. Envir- emojis in my trying to impress people with with Mind knowledge that I've come up with their chart set. I've made her. You know like really amazing amazing a blog posts And also or in my truly trying to edify the the brethren in the sisters stirs around the world in I say that because I look back at posted I've made on instagram and stuff. I've said on twitter where it was to impress people with my knowledge that that was I can remember the thoughts in my head of Man. People are GONNA get such a big kick out of this or you know. I'm going to get so many likes and comments or like people are GonNa defined this funny or it really was to all. I can't wait to see people get riled up about this. You know this. Like quickey catchphrase. Ace whatever the case may be but I was in violation of Romans twelve because I wasn't promoting peace I was either hosting got myself or I was trying to put others down and that's why I mentioned this one because it should give you pause to think about what who gets the glory in in this poster who gets the glory in this tweet. Is it GonNa be myself or is going to be gone. Yeah One one passage that comes to mind for this entire discussion. which is one? That's really been close to my heart in the last year is I've been growing as second insanity to twenty three through twenty six. have nothing to do with foolish. Ignored controversies but know that they breed quarrels and the Lord's servant must not be quarrelsome. The puppy kind to everyone able to teach patiently enduring evil correcting his opponents with gentleness God may perhaps grant them repentance leading to a knowledge of the truth and they may be Come to their senses and escape from the snare of the devil after being captured by him to do his will so notice the Lord's servant who are we are we the Lord serving or are we not quarrelsome or it'd be kind to to everyone able to teach patiently enduring evil and correcting opponents with gentleness and that's that's one that's been so convicting for me in the last year and it doesn't exclude anyone especially those who are assuming a role to teach which on Internet most people are so I think we go to apply that's there but F- that's appropriate passage. I forgot what about that one like. I said that one's been convicted me hard and it's been I have this aid on my phone just because I have to go back to it Quite often so with that number seven. Yep understand that. The nonbelievers watched the Chris Awards to man. I feel like I've ruined the Romans to twenty four In the context is again that those who boast in there they're used to the law Paul says that they have the self righteousness in. They're not they're the ones that are not even following it so because of that Paul says as for as it is written. The name of God is blasphemed among the gentiles. Because of you in if we're known as Christians on Social Media and we have lost people people and in eighth in other religions seeing these brutal absolutely brutal Put downs that we start in these instagram posts. That have ten thousand comments. What kind of message does that send in again? We're not new in history from this as Paul said. This was common among first century. Roman Christians but it we do need to understand and I didn't know this until I truly early got really into Christianity but we truly devour our own sometimes and it does get it does become a just a knockout fast. Bob would if we were trying to think about what our testimony is to those again. It's a public form. Anyone can see it And what message are we sending word inflaming in in just avenues Christian civil wars. Yeah and I can attest to that. From from both ends of the spectrum as an atheist I certainly noticed all the discussions one of the best things I could always say do Christmas. You guys can't agree on anything. Jesus said proved that you're my disciples by your love for one another and I knew that text and I used it against Christians because of the way that they would throw each other to the lions and then from the other side I've I've legitimately have felt that atheists sometimes treat me better than my fellow brothers and that's that's very grievous. That makes me absolutely sad. I mean I don't know how to put it This one is a really important to me. I think. And it's something I've had to learn number number eight. You do not need a response every single incident outrage or controversy etc so Before I get into my personal bats on that principle. I had a couple of texts that I pulled from scripture. So the first one being in acts nineteen where there's a riot at emphasis and In verse thirty two it says now some cried out one thing. Some another for the assembly was in confusion confusion and most of them did not know why they had come together. So if you know that classic line from Anchorman you know. What's everyone yelling about? How noises isn't that just in? I could be wrong about this but it seems like everything. Post Twenty sixteen election has been about. Just how can we get. It's the most upset outraged reaction from people on social media over every controversy. That comes about whether it is you know like anything. Being trump says this new one with Connie West in the division that that caused the reform communities obsession. Shen with Beth Moore which drives me insane. It drives me insane. How there's some people that have to hang onto every single word? A false prophet says whether it list hot wider. You know the Bill Johnson any of those guys. Is I get it in. It's it's You you don't need to have a take on everything in a good..
"hugh richards" Discussed on On The Ledge
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So I'm not talking to Hugh about a lot mental outside although a little bit of that does creep into this episode. But I wanted to know his tips for growing herbs indoors. So we go little bit mad for mint. We find out. What all is our and Hugh talks about an amazing cohost made from sheep's, wool and Bracken. So my name's she Richards started growing when I was about three now twenty on possibly most well known for my YouTube. Channel which teaches people how they can grow food. No matter what scale that they have. Hugh. I didn't know when I first came across you. I think it was probably when your YouTube channel blew up and you were in the guardians pass notes, or whatever they call it too. I remember seeing that thinking. Ooh, hang on. He's he suddenly hitting the big time. Was that a moment where things just blew out for you, and your YouTube channel went crazy? It was quite unbelievable. It was just over a year ago. Actually got picked up my store. Go Pitt tough I in the western mile, and then it was the times the mail on the collagen on the garden recant on that was just the moment of constant emails and phone calls from people all over the country different opportunities. Three or four publishes Klum taught me a hard lose of agencies. Six different TV production companies. It was a little bit shocking to honest. Well, when did gardening gets popular this is I mean is great to see you as a guy of twenty promoting gardening and doing excellent stuff on your YouTube channel, that's very inspirational. I know my audience are in that twenties. And absolutely love gardening and a really into it. And our sort of defying the Papp's stereotype of all the people that young people aren't really into gardening. So you started off when three was that was sort of a family hobby that everyone got involved in was that how you got started. Yes. So we moved she when I was about nine months old from Yorkshire. 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"hugh richards" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Finance team. So Michelle let's start with you you cover JP Morgan why was this such surprise this week? So this is a big surprise. Because we, hadn't seen JP Morgan with a, mobile brokerage platform yet. And the you know they're offering a free. Trading just totally shook up? The industry. Because it's a race to the bottom of in, terms of trading commissions and? So people are saying that, this mice might, force competitors to have to lower their fees? What was some of the reaction in terms of who they're going. After for competition market, share so, nice walk with the executives They said that they're looking to attract clients from competitors you know think TD Ameritrade and, also learn new millennial traders who typically haven't traded before and might be looking at a, way to easily by apple if they see news or something like. That what's, it what's the cost. Of free WI fi. Skeptical that this is all free yeah? I mean that was my initial question as well and what this really is is a way for them to, draw client, that's so it'll be a sunken cost on offering the free trading but you know if they got people to sign up for this. That means more deposits that means people signing up from where credit cards it's all embedded in. Their and their mobile banking app so it's a way for them to really have to have. Like a minimum balance or something Yeah you do well everyone gets a, hundred free, trades in their first year and if you have at least fifteen thousand and deposit balances then you can get one hundred trades every year and then if you're a little more affluent, you got? Unlimited free training I think the number there's two hundred fifty thousand and. Your. Account that, excludes us spending fortunately but it does. Sound like the whole Amazon moves to banks trend Shali what was your. Reaction to this news this week even covering the banks for a. While yeah I mean if definitely free price tag we're seeing and, wondering about in a. Lot of different products that's Peggy for example you, follow the space a lot too and we're wondering for. Asset management services are people going to start charging nothing for people to manage money as well Michelle was talking a lot about, the millennial customers but what about big institutions also paying nothing. For services and what are the banks? Get out of that also right exactly and? You also had another story out this week together. About, an executive. At, j.p Morgan who's also trying to reach a new set. Of customers basically through technology in the fixed income tell us, a little bit more about Hamshaw sure thing especially. Because you know we're talking about freeness if, you're going to be charging. Nothing you also need, to lower costs I one way banks are doing that is using technology. At j.p Morgan in this instance this guy he he Richard has been. A long time on bond veteran sold sold a, lot of debt for blue chip companies? And, now he's, looking to see how he, can use technology and change dealmaking you know does that mean can you, under- IPO's, technology a little better can you under, a debt offerings better and can you. Do an ultimately with technology we'll do machines are taking over and he's leading Charge leading, the charge and he sees. Limitations also right I mean he doesn't think that, maybe a big cross-border complex deal that involves a lot of emotions and advising CEO's necessarily egos what you're saying? Egos. A. Lot of egos and a lot of complexity a lot of price moves he doesn't think you can do that with a robot but he does believe that there are a lot of, other places even chip away at and he. Does say, that it it robots might not be able. To replace you know the dealmakers who, are sitting with clients but it. Can help them more quickly identify opportunities are you know one one example. Of them using, technology in their investment Bank, to speed up processing either make them more efficient, is last year or the year before they rolled, out this this machine learning platform that could parse thousands of pages of loan documents just, basically do what what lawyers do an hours and they said. That up into so they're gonna they're? Gonna hire a lot of what programmers are? What they're looking at a mix of like coders Programmers and also regular bankers This guy Hugh Richards told us that one of his biggest struggles is kind of telling people that are encouraging, people to work, with him and you know not feeling they're a threat. To the typical banking business so essentially feel like the human still have a role that they don't get so nervous that they leave before, they? Have the, robot's perfected right I mean it's it's something that we're seeing in every industry even journalism where you know the people who are bringing in the technology are are trying to talk people back from the legend day the robot here to replace your job for you up to use your. Mind for like bigger, things this is echoing Michelle it's absolutely the, case? Across an entire Bank right, so for a wealth manager robo advisors are taking over, and went like Morgan Stanley and j., p. Morgan are saying. Is don't worry about it we still need humans to talk to other humans and, figure out what they need but we're going to bring on all this cool technology to make your job better how this plays out In terms of workforce is still to be seen we've seen the opposite Bank tellers. Also had a lot, of technology take over their job to but, we've? Actually found that they've been, able to you know make new jobs for those people, and know technology's been in that positive, but the key for. Me is to win the grow bot comes for my job is to do the, the menial stuff and used my my brilliant brain to think of new things to do fun stuff right Well just. Going back to this whole theme of free we've. Seen as you said Ali the pressure. On fees in the world as Michelle you're saying it's bleeding into the brokerage world. With this news of j., p. Morgan but that makes, me think of these millennials? Who. Essentially may not need as much of a human touch are you hearing that from the? Banks as well that's absolutely the case we're hearing from people that you know our clients are actually younger to they wanna use an ipad they don't wanna talk to me on the. Phone they wanna do things over interesting technologies blockchain technology is another big new technology that people, are excited to take advantage of and if the, technology exists, the banks are asking themselves why aren't we using it okay so j., p. Morgan is cut offering free traits Fidelity's. Doing the same who who's next I got a call from a company a much smaller online brokerage that told me that they're going to be announcing that they're offering Free trading on basically everything mutual funds ETF's regular stocks, I don't know if they're doing, derivatives yet but I asked. Him if this was in response to p. Morgan. Announcement because the timing is kind of. Indicates that they you know they told me that it's not an responsive but it. Shows that things are changing, so we could see more, people change their policies going? Forward. As you said John we'll see who's next thank you so much for your great reporting? This week Michelle Davis and Cinelli at Bloomberg news reporters in New York.
"hugh richards" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Michelle let's start with you you cover JP Morgan why was this surprise this week so this is a, big surprise, because we hadn't seen JP Morgan with a mobile brokerage platform yet and the you know they're offering of free trading just totally. Shook up the industry because it's an array of the bottom in terms of trading commissions and so. People are saying that this might might force when predators to have to lower their fees what was? Some of the reaction in terms of who they're going after for competition and, market share, so when, I spoke with the executives They said that they're looking to attract clients from competitors you know, think TD Ameritrade and also learn new millennial traders who typically haven't traded before and might, be looking at a way to easily by apple if they see. News or, something like that what's. It what's the cost. Of free why my skeptical that? This is all free yeah I mean that was my initial question as well and what this really is the, way for, them to draw client that's so it'll be a sunken cost on offering the free trading but if they got people to sign. Up for this that means more deposit that means people signing up from where credit cards it's all. Embedded in their in their mobile banking app so it's a way for them to really have to? Have like a minimum balance or something Yeah. You do well everyone gets one hundred free trades in their first. Year and a few of at least fifteen thousand and, deposit balances on you. Can get one hundred free trades every year and, then if you're a little more affluent you got unlimited. Free training I think there is two hundred fifty thousand and your account right that excludes us Fortunately but it does sound like, the whole Amazon moves to banks trend Shali what was your reaction to this? News, this week. You've, been covering the banks for a while yeah I mean if definitely freeze price tag we're seeing and wondering about and a. Lot of different products that's Peggy for example you. Follow the space a lot too and we're, wondering if for asset management. Services are people going to start charging nothing for people to manage? Money as well Michelle was talking a, lot about the millennial customers but. What about big institutions also paying nothing for services and what are the. Banks get outta, that also right exactly and, you also had another story out this week together, about an executive at j.p Morgan who's also trying, to reach a new set of customers basically through technology in the fixed income. Tells a little bit more about Hamshaw sure thing especially because? You know we're talking about freeness if? You're going to be charging nothing you also need to lower costs I one way banks are doing that, is using technology at j.p Morgan in this instance this guy he he. Richard has been a long time on bond veteran? Sold sold a lot of debt for blue? Chip. Companies and, now he's looking to see, how he can use technology and change dealmaking does that mean can you. Under IPO's, technology a little better can you under. A debt offerings better and can you do, an ultimately what technology will do machines are taking over and he's leaving the Charge here's leading the charge and he sees limitations also right I mean he doesn't think that maybe a big cross-border complex deal that, involves a lot of emotions and advising CEO's necessarily egos is what you're saying egos a lot of egos. And. A. Lot of complexity a lot of price moves he doesn't think you can do that with a robot but he does believe that there are a. Lot of other places you could chip away at and he does say that. It it, robots might not be, able to replace you. Know the deal makers who are hosting, with clients but it can help. Them more quickly identify opportunities are you know one one example of using. Technology in their, investment Bank to speed up, process either make them more efficient is last year, or the year before they rolled out this this, machine learning platform could parse thousands of pages of loan documents just basically do. What what lawyers do an hours and you know they said? That up into so they're gonna they're? Gonna hire a lot of what programmers or what they're looking at a mix of like coders and Programmers and also regular bankers This guy Hugh Richards told us that one of his biggest struggles is kind of Telling people that are encouraging people to. Work with him and not feel like they're a threat to the typical banking business so essentially feel like the human still have a role, that? They don't, get so nervous that they leave before they have the robot's perfected right I mean it's it's something that we're seeing in every industry even in journalism where you know the people who are. Bringing in the technology are are trying to. Talk people back from the legend stay the robots aren't here to replace. Your job they're just for, you up to use your mind for like, bigger? Things this is a echoing, Michelle it's absolutely the case across an entire Bank right so for, a wealth manager robo advisors are taking, over and went more. Like the Morgan Stanley and j. p. Morgan are saying is don't worry about it, we still need humans to talk to other humans and figure out what they need but we're going to bring on all this cool technology to make your. Job better how this. Plays out, in terms, of workforce is still to be seen we've seen the opposite you know Bank tellers, also had a lot of technology take over their job to but, we've actually found that they've been able, to make new jobs. For those people and technologies has been a net positive but the key for me, is to win the robot comes for my job is to let them do the the meal stuff and use my my brilliant brain to think of new. Things to do fun. Stuff right Well just going back to, this whole theme of free we've, seen as you said Ali. The pressure on fusing ETF world them as Michelle. You're saying it's bleeding into the brokerage. World with this news of j. p. Morgan but that makes me think of these. Millennials who essentially may not, need as much of a, human touch are you hearing? That. From the banks as well that's absolutely the case we're hearing from people that? You know our clients are actually younger to they wanna use an ipad they don't wanna talk to me on the phone they wanna do things over interesting technologies blockchain technology is another big new technology that, people are excited to take advantage of and if the technology exists the banks are asking themselves why aren't we using it. Okay so JP Morgan is offering free trades. Fidelity's doing the same who who's next I got a call from my company a much smaller online brokerage that told me that they're going to be announcing that they're offering Free trading on basically everything mutual? Funds ETF's regular stocks I don't know if they're doing derivatives, yet but I asked him if, this was in response to. J. p. Morgan announcement because the timing is kind. Of you know indicates that they you. Know they told me that it's not in response to it but it shows that. Things are changing so we, could see more people change, their policies going forward as? You. Said John we'll see who's next thank you so much for your great reporting? This.
"hugh richards" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Moves to banks trend Shali what was your reaction to this. News this week you've been covering the banks for a while. Yeah I mean if definitely free price tag we're seeing and wondering, about in a lot. Of different products sets Peggy for example you follow. The space a lot too and we're wondering if for. Asset management services are people going to start charging nothing for people to manage money as well Michelle was talking a lot about the millennial customers but what? About big institutions also paying nothing for? Services and what are the banks get? Outta that also right exactly and you also had. Another, story out. This, week together about an executive at j.p Morgan who's also. Trying to reach a new set of customers basically through technology in, the fixed income tells a little bit more about. Hamshaw sure thing especially because know we're talking, about freeness if you're going. To be charging nothing you also need to lower costs I one way banks? Are doing that is. Using technology at j.p Morgan in this instance this guy he he Richard. Has been a long time I'm bond veteran sold? On sold a lot of debt for blue? Chip. Companies and, now he's looking to see, how he can use technology and change dealmaking you know does that mean, can you, Andre IPO's technology a little better can, you under eight debt offerings better can you, do an ultimately with technology we'll do machines are taking over and he's leaving Charge here's leading the charge. And he sees limitations also. Right I mean he doesn't think that maybe a, big cross-border complex deal that involves a lot of emotions and advising CEO's necessarily egos is what you're saying. Egos. Egos. In a lot of complexity a lot of price moves he doesn't think you can do that with a robot but he does believe that there. Are a lot of other places you chip away at and he does say. That it, might not be able to replace you. Know the dealmakers who are sitting with, clients but it can help them. More quickly identify opportunities are you know one one example of them using. Technology and their, investment Bank to, speed up processing either make them more. Efficient is last year or, the year before they rolled out this this machine, learning platform that could parse thousands of pages of loan documents just basically do what what, lawyers do an hours and you know they said that up? Into so they're gonna they're gonna hire? A lot of what the programmers or? What they're looking at a mix of like coders Programmers and also regular bankers This guy Hugh Richard told us that one of his biggest struggles is kind of telling people that are encouraging people to work with him and not feel like they're a threat. To the typical banking business so essentially feel like the human still have a role that they don't get so nervous that they leave before, they? Have the, robot's perfected right I mean it's it's something that we're seeing in every industry even in journalism where you know the people who are bringing in the technology are are trying to talk people, back from the legends day but robots aren't. Here to replace your job they're just here to for you up to use your. Mind for like bigger, things this is echoing Michelle it's absolutely the, case? Across an entire Bank right, so for a wealth manager robo advisors are taking over and, the likes of Morgan Stanley and j., p. Morgan are saying. Is don't worry about it we still need humans to talk to other humans and, figure out what they need but we're going to bring on all this cool technology to make your job better how this plays out In. Terms of workforce is still to be seen we've seen the opposite you know Bank. Tellers also had a, lot of technology take over their job to, but? We've actually found that they've, been able to you know make new jobs for those people, and technology has been positive but the, key for me is. To when the robot comes for my job is to let them do the the, menial stuff and use my my brilliant brain to think of new things to do the fun stuff right Well just. Going back to this whole theme of free we've. Seen as you said Ali the pressure. On fees in the world as Michelle you're saying the it's bleeding into the brokers. World with this news of, j. p. Morgan but that, makes me think of these? Millennials. Who essentially may not need as much of a human touch are you hearing that? From the banks as well that's absolutely the case we're hearing from people that you know our clients are actually younger to they want to use an ipad they don't wanna talk to me. On the phone they. Wanna do, things over interesting technologies blockchain technology is another big new technology that people, are excited to take advantage of and if the, technology exists, the banks are asking themselves why aren't we using it okay. So JP Morgan is cut offering free traits Fidelity's doing the same who who's next I got a call from my company a much smaller online brokerage that told me that they are going to be announcing that they're offering Free trading on? Basically everything mutual funds ETF's regular stocks I don't know if, they're doing derivatives yet but I, asked him if this was in. You know response to j. p. Morgan's announcement because. The timing is kind of you know. Indicates that and they they told me that it's not in response to it but. It shows that things are, changing so we could see, more people change their policies? Going. Forward as you said John we'll see who's next thank you so much for your? Great reporting this week Michelle Davis Shamali bossa Bloomberg news reporters in New York and just ahead.
"hugh richards" Discussed on Cults
"With her own para scissors and a striking sense of confidence. Coco Chanel created the image of the modern woman in her bathroom, the style of chanels little black dress emerged from her own life. But as the little black dress emerged across the market in the early years of the nineteen twenties male critics railed against the design quote, no more bosom, no more stomach. No more rump feminine fashion of this moment in the tw-. Twentieth century will be baptized as lob off everything and quote. Chanelle ignored this soon enough. She received the support she deserved from a somewhat unexpected place. Bettina Balare of fresh editor at American vogue Sasha Nells masterpiece as it was vogues praise lauded at equal to Henry Ford's automobile as a symbol of the twentieth century, blurred sanctioned it as universal look. That would never go out of style so far. She hasn't been proven wrong. Next Chanel sought a new type of freshness, a cent. She was sick to death of the heavy sense popular. At the time she saw room for the scent of a modern day, flapper, lively, free and simple. It's chanels first business principle back in action. She took a frustration from her own life and envisioned fixing it for the world at large. In the early nineteen twenties Chanel came to know the perfumer Ernest Beaux. He came to her with ten samples labelled one to five and then twenty to twenty four Chanel went down the line one by one she took in the sense he offered, but only one caught her attention. She breathed it in once again. Yes, she thought quote, it was what I was waiting for a perfume, like nothing else. A woman's perfume with the scent of a woman and quote, it was a mixture of jasmine rose sandalwood vanilla and newly developed artificial aldehydes, such artificial ingredients were not yet popularized many feared the strength would overwhelm the natural essences writer. Chandler birth speaks here about an interesting detail and chanels fateful decision. Some even claim that BOE's assistant mistakenly added too much aldehydes to the fifth sample, causing it to stand out from the rest. But to Chanel, it was perfect nouns. Boy, I think who was the chief perfumer his assistant and put in five times too many aldehydes in one of these samples, it was sampled number five, Coco Chanel picked it? She said, I love this. He's. Smelled. It realized immediately that it was a mistake and didn't say anything. So Chanel number five is actually an incredible mistake. Chanels reasoning was simple. It had that hint of simple soap of cleanliness. Next came the real work sales. Her strategy of marketing remain the same. She would focus on how are sent was different than contemporary fragrances, Liker jewelry. It was a blend of the real and the artificial. Most importantly, though it was should. Now she knew that if she had a fragrance that was just different enough, her brand could carry it across the finish line. Once the public got wind that the famous couturiere had brought her modern ideas into perfume, curiosity and Brad dedication would drive the sales Chanelle returned to her eternally useful. Second business principle viral marketing one afternoon. She invited bow to dine with her at a restaurant in the French Riviera. Era. She took the sample number five along with her. She wore it on herself and is women pastor by she diffused the sent into the air. Women immediately took notice some stopped in their tracks and investigated with Chanel herself. What was that essence Chanel continued this strategy by sending her employee's out into the streets into restaurants and cafes, and even into the changing rooms of other fashion houses. Not only would her employees wear the scent themselves, but they would spray into the air of their surroundings before people even knew what it was chanels perfume had entered the atmosphere. It seems almost absurd, but it worked the secretive and mysterious entrance of the fragrance into people's lives, intrigued them and drew them in. It seemed exclusive. It seemed elusive. The psychology of the strategy proved itself to work on an even deeper level. People didn't even need to see Chanel to want Chanel any more. That's how successful her brand had become. People would inevitably ask what that fresh scent was and chanels employs with smile, put a hand on their shoulder and invite them into the future of fragrance quote. Oh, that it's Chanel, of course. As for the name. It was a classic Chanel decision. She had chosen bows. Fifth sample Chanel had always loved that number. It connected to the pathways at the Oba Zine congregation paths that formed the shape of the number five, which in turn represented a pure full ideal. There was more demand than Chanel knew what to do with. And this opened her business to a real vulnerability for the first time in nineteen twenty two Tayo feel by dare famed owner of a Parisian department store introduced Chanel to two brothers Pierre, and Paul vertu Maher directors of the perfume and cosmetics house push wall. The Verita. Mayors were enchanted with Chanel number five, and by dare wanted it distributed in such numbers that he could carry it in his own stores. Chanel was wary of letting others touch her sent, but she didn't quite under. Stand what she had created yet. It was only perfume not her couture dresses. So along with the Verita mares, she created par foam Chanel, the Verita mayors would finance the production marketing and distribution in exchange for seventy percent of the prophet Chanel agreed to license her name for ten percent of the stock and let the vertu mirrors take full control of her perfume soon enough Chanel came to see this as the biggest mistake of her business career. It's important to look deeply into this moment of weakness. Chanel so far had been a master of both perception and branding, but by nineteen twenty to twelve years, deep into business chanels attention was spread thin. That was the downside of trying to conquer every facet of a market. Chanel could not realistically pay attention to. Every corner of her developing empire because the brand itself was her primary focus details could get lost in the shuffle. She thought she could hand over managerial aspects of her business to others without losing that centralized control butter and the Verita mirrors were opportunistic. They saw the worth and chanels name an example of her brands power in itself. They knew they could get a piece of that name and Chanel might welcome it. They pitched it as such. She could focus on expanding her brand and they would be her soldiers Chanel realized too late that her perception had finally failed her. She knew it was a great idea to create Chanel number five in the first place, but she didn't know it was actually the most lucrative business move she would ever make for once chanels powers of. Fiction had revealed a blind spot, partly out of anger at herself. Chanel came to resent par foam Chanel and what it represented for years Chanel would only refer to peer vertu mirror as quote the bandit who screwed me. She had allowed her name to be usurped and she would never allow it to happen again in both her professional and personal life Chanel grew obsessed with control. Her biggest failing became a life lesson. She would extract value from this mistake. She kept her distance and personal relationships. She adopted a brutal coldly efficient drive. Chanelle partied and gossiped her way into the elite circle of European society, developing relationships with men like Winston, Churchill Edward prince of Wales and the Duke of Westminster Hugh Richard Arthur Grosvenor. Meanwhile, the house of Chanel had reached its highest levels yet with over four thousand employees. The new Chanel suit represented the peak of chanels professional clothing career. It was tweed and professional created a comfortable neckline and left out stiffened shoulder pads yet. Another break from contemporary style Chanelle also added pockets and a gross grain stay. Instead of an elaborate belt. She tested each suit on a model and made them mime climbing stairs or getting in and out of an automobile be at the city bus or a fancy sports car. This was complemented with the first Chanel. Bag in nineteen twenty nine. The bag was made to be as convenient as the small packs soldiers carried in World War One. While the thin chain strap represented the Shetland worn by the caretakers of the Oba's seen orphanage. The initial burgundy collar was carried over from chanels old convent uniform. Finally, the quilted pattern arrived as a flash of inspiration from the uniform jockeys wore in the horse races. It was a fusion of all of chanels. Greatest influences.
"hugh richards" Discussed on Great Women of Business
"With control her biggest failing became a life lesson she would extract value from this mistake she kept her distance and personal relationships she adopted a brutal coldly efficient drive chanelle partied and gossiped her way into the elite circle of european society developing relationships with men like winston churchill edward prince of wales and the duke of westminster hugh richard arthur grosvenor meanwhile the house of chanel had reached its highest levels yet with over four thousand employees the new chanel suit represented the peak of chanels professional clothing career it was tweed and professional created a comfortable neckline and left out stiffened shoulder pads yet another break from contemporary style chanelle also added pockets and grow screen stay instead of an elaborate belt she tested each suit on a model and made them mime climbing stairs or getting in and out of an automobile be at the city bus or a fancy sports car this was complemented with the first chanel bag in nineteen twenty nine the bag was made to be as convenient as the small packs soldiers carried in world war one while the thin chain strap represented the shed lan warned by the caretakers of the oba's zine orphanage the initial burgundy collar was carried over from chanels old convent uniform finally the quilted pattern arrived as a flash of inspiration from the uniform jockeys wore in the horse races it was a fusion of all of chanels greatest influences nineteen twenty five was the year that chanel finally solidified the logo for her champion brand the overlapping sees one facing forward the other back perhaps chanel designed it as a symbol of the past and future coming together forever underneath her name schimmel biographer professor rhonda gerlach wrote anyone quote knows there is some talismanic power in those seas they confer a sense of limitless possibilities and quote that gets at the truth of all logo design the power lies in the hidden psychology behind the symbols according to expert graphic designer barton christie shape arrives i in the.
"hugh richards" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Uh and and buried in wrong no no months so what are you going to get would mark davis in for you first a fervent desire to calvinism show hugh richard licht at worked with all the fill guys there's you and there's everybody else glad to be part of everybody else mark davis joining a from six sixty am the answer at dallasfort worth but also get some chart history little fly and family stone everyday people which was the number one record of america this week in nineteen '69 rangel said that was so cool with alice lloyd i love that i loved that i loved that and i think we learned something enormously here because the things that strike me as irrelevant sideshows moments where i go uh mr president you didn't help yourself for those last thirty seconds and it's forgotten it's forgotten you move on and you go neil gorsuch borders tax cuts neil gorsuch borders tax cuts in a religious freedom you'll gorsuch borders tax cuts did i say neil gorsuch these these folks at trump dries people crazy he drives people crazy and alice on on the exit ramp there said well you know when we discussed when we begin our discussion there there were these things that that we do we didn't even examined the steamy underbelly of the trump bake there is no cmi underbelly of the trump base beyond a few people listen do we have have white supremacists do we have an ugly strain of the nationalism dna do we have of course we do surprise surprise surprise there are some people in america who have some fairly repellent views some of them loved trump some of them love hillary and so to find that tiny sliver that that narrow lane of people who really have some some objectionable characteristics and say well they're gonna go there there's your trump base and sorry no sale speaking of no sale in the world of economics the nra boycott backlash is interesting and coming up in just a few minutes i've i'd mures a sentence i didn't envision saying a few days ago we're going to welcome lieutenant governor of georgia like well yeah wonderful manning casey cable and he went on twitter the other day and said hey delta after going to join this nra hatred we might have.
"hugh richards" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Allow your sense of humor on that's why we don't put a microphone you bury offer your cue to david is bringing a liner into right field on come the rightfielder gahler murphy he leaned defeat naked freak out her outnumbered view morbid ap dive bremmer pre didn't need the leave his beat you make the cat but sometimes in outfielder will instead go grown who make here they can make gatt can i level certainly easier than turning the glove over and making her kapil overweight either way a couple a night defensive you're plays off the bat of jonathan davis and book ripped through the day he though purdue now it hurts you terrain yet birth paid to the frick hitting hortop who begin there on the left side is a can't get called bruce dry it though in one nobody on throughout the next pit breaking ball inside catch swing by ranya they'll appeal down to third base but he didn't go around it won in one speaking of one in one at all for this of night game those bar both games plating italian the second inning one one here the top of the third of the caned kgab swung on enriched by iranian and account one in hugh richard over one after grounding out the second base back in the first your body thick batter bieber has his side now the one you pick a swing at a soft line drive toward who torched up here gang doesn't have to move a muscle he lift the glove and make the catch one short got q another rain you're gone on the sab wine out her out number three the vicar gad dr retired in order for the second time in three eddings tonight and have after two and a half whose gore remained one one here at canal park in akron they with a ghanaian six can wgr the baheer cat radio network is this runs on.
"hugh richards" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"He would stand there and he he would take the beating and kind of stand up for himself and just say you know we we don't know let's talk about richard spencer he was a grad student at through at the time yeah he was a big going for his ph d in the history department and i think european intellectual history but he wasn't being quoted he wasn't being invited unanswered grace he wasn't a big spokesman no not at all he was not speaking out and the first time that he really spoke out in january the case sort of broken march of two thousand six in january two thousand seven he gave the speech for this sort of pale conservative club in virginia that he had kind of gotten involved in and that was the first time that he really spoke out around that time as the case sort of unfurled he did get involved in this do conservative student group that miller was the head of hugh richard spencer became sort of a graduate adviser what relationship they had is sort of in disputes that big miller always distances himself and specifically says i didn't know arrived barely noam spencer says what what it's pence well we we didn't talk too much about that spencer has previously said that he was sort of a mentor to stephen miller stephen miller said that's not true and spencer sir locked it back a little bit was kinda well we talked and again to be fair mentor meant t the more outspoken what was the undergrad was miller yes totally and and spencer admitted that you know in this case he he learned from miller a know not as he sort of told me he at least claims he was sort of intellectually formed at the time but in terms of.