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Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on WTMJ Nights
"More doses and others. The state Department of Health says it could take up to six weeks to get all teachers vaccinated. Statewide. The rollout of a single dose third vaccine, accompanied by fresh warnings about the pandemic, maybe sees Eva Pilgrim Tells us what we heard from the CDC director today. Dr. Wolinsky has said that we may be done with the virus. But the virus is not done with us. Warning people not to become too complacent that the worst of the pandemic is behind US and Wisconsin health officials say about 47,000 doses of the Johnson Johnson vaccine expected by the end of the week. Milwaukee police officers are undergoing a new round of training meant to eliminate implicit bias. The A C L U found that despite making up 29% of the population, African Americans speak up 70% of the arrests. Interim police chief Jeffrey Norman tells one of one of 17 the truth, Troy, I love you can't punish about wanting you here. But you can't punish for actions when you using from the included bias. What you think it it comes out in your words, activities and that's where they discipline comes in. You know, that is something that should never be tolerated. Get interim police chief Jeffrey Norman talking to one of 17 the truth. Torrey Low A former Milwaukee police officer, Michael Mattioli, charged with first degree homicide for choking a man to death inside his home. It's set to go on trial soon. The snow and ice that crippled some states across the south have melted, but they have exposed the for Gil the fragility of aging waterworks that experts have been warning about for years. CBS News correspondent Janet Saw me in is in Jackson, Mississippi, where the entire city is having problems tonight. Frustration is boiling over in Jackson. After two weeks without water..
Marin County to Begin Offering Vaccine to Educators, Other Essential Workers
"Now being told they can line up for vaccine shots. This is true and other Bay Area counties as well. Let's have a look at the Marin situation with KCBS is Jeffrey Shout, with Marin County, having vaccinated 65% of all seniors. Officials believe it's practical to expand the vaccine to include educators, County spokesperson Lainey Hendricks. Dave 87% of Marin County schools have reopened to some form of in person learning. And we know that there are more schools that are eager to re open. But there's some anxiety about the covert 19 virus and possible exposure. So by providing vaccines or education community, we can relieve some of that anxiety and hopefully open up more schools and get that number closer to Tech. 100% Hedrick says It appears that a majority of teachers and education staff Are eager to receive the vaccine. But, as is the case across the broad spectrum of Americans, not all Jeffrey shall KCBS. Now, with
Fresh update on "jeffrey" discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"It started with lebron out. It feels like we are so past that right now. I know that's not voice. If you're right town wanted a response he got one. I love lebron always has never afraid to hear what he yanni. Celeb- the bucks down the stretch. Pot a compromise and win over the clippers last night. A greek freak outscored the clippers by himself. Seventeen to ten in the final eight and a half minutes to seal the one zero five one hundred win and after the game george. He wasn't happy with getting just seven. Free throw attempts saying it was quote lee question when asked about the disparity soc. And what's the biggest reason. The clippers lost paul george keyboard gums remedy loss to the other night. Oh the national review in their back pocket. Paul george does a lot of chirpin when they're winning when he scored thirty points drop bus. He's talking about everybody chirps and that fed him off last year. I hear plane yesterday. You skill are kawai. Impala george mason's because they could lay bricks do at the fourth quarter especially the final minutes ball game offer they took every shop in brick every last one of me. Look at my nose right here. Quad little mrs point. Shots in the final fifteen. He missed three shots in the final minute. He missed three in the final ten seconds. Don't let me forget about playoff. Paul playoff paul really. This sounds like the same team that we saw last year's meltdown in the playoffs. You remember last game seven in the fourth quarter. Kawhi paul george. Eleven in the game. Seven against denver. Yeah same thing. Paul joy last night over five in the fourth quarter kawhi little over four the fourth quarter. What happened to the most mentally not kuwata terminator bat bail that keep blowing. It's going to kill somebody to me. Something yawkey bumper young girls. Uk talk your way into a title. That's what i love about pros board. Uk talk about it at some point time you got to be about it but a break maytham So you know my opinion to this. The clippers are still better than the lakers but neither team has hit trustable closer neither team as one and yet even though yana scored seventeen points in the fourth quarter. If you asked me. The biggest reason that the clippers lost janas last. Two points should not have counted if we could see this real quickly. They swung the ball. They shared the ball. Came all the way back around at the three point line. He takes off running with the ball. That's that's traveling. I know they don't call it but but this is so blatant. He runs steps with the ball out. Can you get away with that. Paul george to his credit is underneath doing this. Like is walking. He just ran with the ball. You have to dribble at one time for the three-point line and he did not got away with it. Because it's in milwaukee and they don't call traveling in the nba especially in the last minute of the game okay. Tweeted do different uniform. What's that say it again. Therapa uniform he wanted to referee ballgame. He should be what so why he missed those shots with that. The referee phones also. Now will he was one for nine in the fourth quarter and from three but but he has been on a tour pace because he's a career high forty six percent three point shooter and by the way speaking of lebron james paul george's eighty nine percent at the free throw line so he's way beyond lebron from three and from the free throw line. The problem is into the game that they are a huge. Let down disappointment at the end of the game because they still don't have a plan they still don't run a play to get somebody open. Look instead of some tentative. Half-hearted forced look and it was coli. Wants paul george. Next time quiet the end they were all bad. Looks without creating a shot. It's up to. He's going forward. You got to attack the lane. You gotta get into lane. You gotta draw the defense. Kick into marcus morris. Who'd been hot from three. Kick it to lou williams. Who said should be the closer and he's starting to look more and more like lou williams i. I don't need him to dribble dribble. Drivel enforce up to three point shots. I blame doc rivers because dodd rooms not gonna play the guy he they need smarter play. They'd be better place remember. They got they got doubled up by paul. George i'll blade tramp herald also because trump herald was a cast in the live room. It was him so now. The exact same pain dot models transferral. The exact same paid that befell bottled. You laugh here if happening again. Now there are two common denominators. You're to two star. Players are still there and still doing the exact same thing so tell me again whose fault laughter would. Whose fault is it big here. New head coach as you got guys out of the locker room just kansas yet games. Five sixty seven against denver last year. They couldn't even come close in those three games. This one they dominated much of this game and then couldn't close the deal skill skill. we don't we. Don't do that unless you slow. Dancing or less utah in grenada plan. Hugh close ms doesn't matter if we've got a bear civil room you win or did they do feel ask lebron unless you're slow dancing on line. Three of the four spots and then be all star. Dunk contest have been filled. according to reports. it will be knicks. Rookie top advisors guard. Every simonsen pacers guard caches stanley. All facing off at half-time during the all star game itself so shannon. What was your reaction when you saw the field. The dunk contact boo skipper day. Got anthony edwards from minnesota. That guy xijiang. Yes you got your boy under over topping he'll do talking about all retry the rapper. And then kill everybody. I'm assuming he was named after penny. Hardaway anfernee hardaway and catches daily. These no names. Now you'll remember don't contest used to be about. They had names guys. That were very good players. There could also be guy. Skip out on these. People don't know what he's asked. This hurts my heart. Shannon because gone are the days that michael jeffrey jordan did three dunk. I guess it started with me. I can do one one. Lebron said he won't do it. Nobody wanted to do it now..
SCOTUS Hears Case On Whether Police Can Enter Homes For Misdemeanors Without Warrants
"The Supreme Court by teleconference focused today on a case that tests how police how often police can enter homes without a warrant for misdemeanors correspondent Steve Dorsey Oh yea. The case stems from California Man Arthur Lang's drunk driving charge after an officer entered his garage after following him home for erratic driving and smelled alcohol. Lang's attorney, Jeffrey Fisher. The home is the Fourth Amendment most protected place an extraordinary privacy interest. The challenge for the court is when a misdemeanor allows for a warrantless entry, especially when states punish misdemeanor offenses differently. Justice Stephen Breyer. That's what I don't see how to draw this line Misdemeanor
Welcome to Shondaland
"Tonight. We're talking about shonda rhimes. Who is like she's a total boss. Queen television absolutely all right so first. We'll talk a little bit about shonda. So shonda rhimes was born in chicago. Illinois in january nineteen seventy. She was the youngest of six children. Her mother vero was a college professor and her father. Eilly was a university administrator. And she'd said that she exhibited an early affinity for storytelling early on in her life. She attended marin catholic high school and served as a hospital volunteer which inspired an interest in hospital environments. She majored in english. And film studies at dartmouth college and she graduated in nineteen ninety-one at dartmouth the black underground theatre association. She divided her time between directing and performing in student productions and also writing fiction and after college. She moved to san francisco and worked in advertising but she moved to los angeles a little bit after that to stubby screening at the university of southern california. She was ranked top of her class at usc. And she earned the gary rosenberg writing fellowship. She obtained a master of fine arts degree from the. Us's school of cinematic arts. And while at usc rimes was hired as an intern by debra martin chase who was prominent black producer she also worked at denzel washington's company monday entertainment so after she graduated rimes was actually an unemployed script writer in hollywood and to make ends meet. She worked various jobs including as an office administrator. And then a counselor at a job center during this period rhymes worked as a research director documentary. Hank aaron chasing the dream which won the nineteen ninety-five peabody award. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight rhymes made a short film called blossoms. Unveils which starred. Jada pinkett smith and jeffrey rate. This is actually only credit as a film director. So that's nineteen ninety eight short film blossoms unveils new line cinema purchased a feature. Script of hers It ended up not being produced at that time but she received an assignment shortly thereafter to co write the hbo movie introducing dorothy dandridge in nineteen ninety nine which earned numerous awards further star. Halle berry. get out. I didn't realize that she colorado so interesting. Oh wait till you hear the the plethora of things that she's worked on. Oh no after grad school rhymes sold her first screenplay called human seeking same about an older black woman looking for love in the personal ads. And that film wasn't produced. But you have heard of her next project in two thousand and one rhymes wrote the debut film of pop singer. Britney spears the starring zoe saldana and taryn. Manning crossroads everybody. I didn't know that she wrote that. Get out up saying. I feel like it's been really it was really panned by the next but maybe for them. Okay no sometimes. It's it's sometimes you just want a nice story about friendship road trimming going on a road trip and having a nice time and may be hitting up a karaoke joint. Heck yeah and singing. I love rock and roll. That's all i'm saying is that maybe it's for them. I think lauren has actually seen crossroads. I have felt you know. She wrote that and then the next thing that she worked on in two thousand four was the sequel to the princess. Diaries called the princess diaries. Two royal engagement. Get out. yeah. I didn't realize that she was so like a dummy. I just assumed like shonda rhimes right out. The gate was grey's anatomy but apparently she was introduced are obsolete reduce. So she's working on all these film things in two thousand three. She actually wrote her first tv pilot. Abc it was about young female war correspondents but the network. Turn it down. You know what they didn't turn down ask project. So here's where sean hillen comes in sean. Billion is the name of rhymes production company shine million and its logo also referred to the shows that she has produced an also to rimes herself. So when we say shaun d land. It's like interchangeably sean. And her production company. Yeah and like the. Because i do remember like i think it was. Abc or nbc. I forgot what what channel she's on but it was. They were like girl a sorry But it was like thursday nights. Is sean the land. Because it was like it was like back to back to back to back shadowland shows. We'll talk about that. You have a basically they. They tried to rebrand thursdays. Like tgi. T thank goodness thursday because that its native shot in the land. I mean people are gonna watch no matter what they didn't need to need hype it up so The name shawn lane was stylized as capital s shonda capital l. Land one word from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen but since two thousand sixteen is all stylize lower case everything is lower case. It's always very recognizable font so you might often see in print as actually all lower case letters.
Gov. Newsom Visits Mobile Vaccination Sites in Los Angeles
"Newsom visited to Southern California mobile vaccination sites yesterday, He highlighted state efforts to provide more of the vaccine to disproportionately impacted communities. KCBS is Jeffrey Shop tells us it will take a major effort to raise vaccination rates in Latin ex areas of the state, the governor says the state is directing additional resource is to provide vaccinations in the Latino and African American communities. Latino Committee represents 40% of the state 46% of the desk, devastating your rights disproportionate, But how do you direct resource is to these areas? Erin Savages, executive director of the California Pan ethnic Health Network. What we need to do going forward in order to have greater equity and really reach our most vulnerable communities. Is to establish our vaccination distribution pipes really in the community, so we need to. You don't fully utilize our community health clinics. We need to utilize mobile vaccination programs, and we need to use other trusted community sites. And she says each site should have translators available home vaccination services for the elderly and longer hours because so many Latinos don't work 9 to 5. Jeffrey
Body found in Chicago's South Shore alley
"Shots a day. Ah body was found in a Southside alley this morning. WGN's gave Salgado has more. Police say the body of a man was found in an alley behind the 7200 block of South Jeffrey Boulevard around 9 A.m. Saturday. This is located in the South Shore neighborhood. Chicago police had received a call in responding to the location where the body was ultimately found. Description of the man was not given a cause of death is not yet known, and he has not yet been identified by the Cook County Medical Examiner.
UW student tests positive for highly contagious COVID variant
"Is reporting 107 more deaths from Cove in since Friday, as well as another 935 new cases of the virus. In the past 24 hours, almost Brian Calvert tells us about reports of the easier to spread covert variant on a local college campus. The variant, which is said to be much more contagious and spread much easier than earlier covert strains was discovered in a student on the University of Washington main campus. Be 117 variant was detected in the student's test from late January. An email sent to students and staff this week indicate the student is doing well and is now out of isolation. Dr Jeffrey got lead chair of the university's advisory committee on communicable Diseases, wrote the email and continued to urge the U. W community to social distance where Mass went outside the home. Wash hands frequently get tested when necessary and get vaccinated when eligible. Ryan
Fans prepare for unprecedented Super Bowl weekend amid pandemic
"As many as 100 million people tuning into today's Super Bowl matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They might also take partake in the annual tradition of watching the Super Bowl ads a little more closely than they normally would watch commercials. CBS is Jeffrey Schott reports. Despite a year like no other with so much despair, these ads might maintain an upbeat, sometimes wacky demeanor here. Super Bowl ads may still be a mix of oddball comedy and some serious messaging. But Robert Thompson, professor of television and popular culture at Syracuse University, says some advertisers may sit out this year or focus on the pandemic. That the companies aren't advertising is that certain brands within their companies are not advertising. And some said, we will instead be spending our money on and then these various, you know, good deed types of things about getting the vaccine out and all that kind of thing not to. I don't mean to downplay thean importance of that kind of thing, But in many ways that is a form of advertising, Thompson says. The biggest change this year will be in the way we watch the game. With health leaders asking fans to avoid parties and only gather with immediate family. Super Bowl is like going back to the age of the Ed Sullivan Show when you had one television set, and everybody was watching the same thing at the same time. Not this year for a great many fans,
Kids found after dad's delivery van stolen in San Francisco
"Saturday night for a San Francisco father after his minivan was stolen with his young Children. Inside KCBS is Peter Finch says It prompted an amber alert and an intensive search around 8 45. Saturday night, Jeffrey Fang left his Honda Odyssey running as he made a door dash food delivery in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood. He returned to find a guy trying to steal the vehicle. They struggled in. The man took off with Jeffrey's phone and ran toward a getaway car. Jeffrey Fang chased him down and got his phone back on Lee to discover when he got back to the minivan. That the thieves had circled back and stolen the vehicle with Jeffries, four year old daughter and two year old son. Inside, You could hear the anguish in the dad's voice as he appealed for the safe return of his Children, calling it tortured our soul. Please help. And if you're if you're the thief who took the car? We turn our Children That's all we ask, Please. Around 1 A.m. officers in San Francisco's Bayview District spotted the Honda Odyssey with the Children inside. No sign of the two suspects. Peter
Can The Philadelphia Eagles Fix Carson Wentz?
"Let's dive into carson wentz. And i'm going to look at this. I'm going to try to look at it very very simplistically is the carson wentz. A quarterback is the most important asset. A team can have in terms of their players. Right we all know that and when you factor in carson wentz how much the eagles spent for that asset right they trade it all these picks to get up to draft him then they double down and they paid them all this money so they draft capital. They've used financial capital. They've invested a lot. They've taken this asset and they've just pumped resource whoop whoop whoop and the. Our ally was not great this year and really the last couple of years given that he was hurt has not been ideal but this year was a disaster. His play was awful. He's not going along with people along with coach. Just a problem. So i think they have to ask themselves two things. If i'm howie roseman. i'm jeffrey lurie. I don't know if i really the new coach factors in. But he should. If you're renting high level organization should an opinion number one and this is why you hire this guy potentially can. We fix them right. We've invested all this money. Is it spilled milk. Is it over or can't our new coach. Can we get more town around him. Can we fix this player. is he. A fixable player because he's our asset right now now we could be open to getting rid of them for sure that would be just. You'd be negligent. you'd be dumb not to entertain everything but we have. He's on our team. He's under contract with philadelphia. Eagles can we get them back to what he wants was three or four years ago. Do we believe we can that to me. Is the number one question. You have to ask yourself not. Can we get value back up because if you get value back up then. He's valuable to us because he plays the position he plays. We want him on this team if his values up that means he's good that means we want just that simple. Do we believe if you just use it. One to ten scale. Right if mahomes rogers brady whatever top quarterbacks or ten out of ten we've seen mahomes have flashes of like eight or nine right now he's at to. The problem is repaying them like ten but his play his locker room stuff like a two or three disaster. Can we get them back to like a seven or eight. Because if we can then he's worth keeping only they truly know how they feel about that and if they are entertaining calls then i think there's a chance they already know the answer to one. They believe whether they're right or wrong. And they would know this once. They trade him. We don't believe we can fix them. So to if i am going to entertain trading. I have to ask myself this. Is it over. Because if i can't fix them dwi believe someone else can. Because i don't wanna deal like that would just be. I don't want to deal with him anymore. Because if i'm going to trade him i am basically knowledge ing. We don't believe we can fix them and we don't really like them around here anymore. Because if i do trade him to the niners to the saints. You know to the colts i have to come to grips with. He might be good. He might go from that two or three back to a seven or eight. Hell even a nine. I have to come to grips with. Once he leaves me he might be good again.
Put Chris Webber in the Hall of Fame!
"I want to start with. This is a big honor for me. One of my favorite players of all time. The guy who made me want to go to the university of michigan. I did not end up to michigan but made it the coolest school at school in the planet and a guy that i once wrote a column about called. Put chris webber in the hall of fame. The one and only chris webber. How're you doing. I'm doing great. Thanks for every owner. When are we gonna put you in the hall of fame. I don't know. What do i have to write another column. I thank you for the call. My brother who uh asia like my bodyguard might my younger brother. Jeffrey e Tell me about your article ends like back for so long. I like trying to keep my mind away from those conversations. You know not because anything else. Just because you don't want to go through the stress you know thinking about weighing. You don't have control so for me not giving it. Honestly you know it definitely was tough and guys like charles barkley shack others who played against the clan. Help validate that. And then you get to the point where you say you know what i am. Famer don trying to be cocky descending on. I know what i did. And so what i did was i wanted i really. Everybody wants to make all the time but i. I wanted to make that. I had a chance to give a speech in shoutout. All people help a coast. My mother my father. You know you want those people to be around At that moment. And so. I just called last year. Just really thank everybody and You know we kind of had On thank you ceremony. It definitely think about those things.
Where Covid-19 vaccinations stand in the U.S.
"Weekend. Let's talk to Dr Jeffrey Copan. Now with the top medical news. He is the chief medical officer at Northwestern Medicine. Lake Forest Hospital, Doctor Copan. How you doing? By the end of Good afternoon. Good after you knew into the listeners on this beautiful, snowy day. I know you got appreciate it, don't you? And then, then it gets called super cold. I don't know if I appreciate that as much doctor Copan, but that's the way just that's what we have to deal with. Hey, I want to ask you about the vaccines in general get a lot of things to get to, But I just sort of, you know, I feel like that's top of mind for so many people getting the vaccine and I wonder sort of big picture. If you could just kind of give us your view. It seems we have to and distribution and others could be in the pipeline pretty soon. Just where are we right now? Yeah, I thought we wish we were way had more the quantity of vaccines that were available so we can move faster and get more jabs into people's arms. But it is what it is. We know that there's more coming. From the federal government s. Oh, that will be good. That will be helpful. And we also know that Mo Derna incisor had been able to pick up the pace of there. Manufacturers, So we should be seen Morva vaccine coming from those two companies over the next month or so, so that would be helpful. Then we fully expect the Johnson and Johnson will be bringing its data from its faith retrial. To FDA that should happen any day. It will then take f d a couple of weeks. To do its analysis. Then there's an independent advisory board that will look at the data and make its recommendation to FDA and our hope is by the end of this month. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine will be Proof from emergency use, and we'll start to get Johnson and Johnson's vaccine into use in the United States, and there's several million doses that apparently is ready to go. Once they get there, okay, and they're picking up the pace of their manufacturer is well. AstraZeneca, which has been its vaccine is the mainstay of what's been used in Britain. That data in its you ask trial should be coming to FDA shortly as well. So hopefully we'll have AstraZeneca in the United States Per happened, perhaps in March. And then there's also the number of that vaccine that hopefully will be seen that data pretty rapidly to So there's a bunch of new vaccines that should be giving into the pipeline within the next month or so, maybe a little bit longer, so there's a lot more coming. So all that's good news. It is good news, and it's not soon enough, but but we have to be patient. And it does seem as if how fortunate are we right that we have this many vaccines developed in record time and making it out. Folks, right? We just It's something. Yeah, I mean, really, you know, we we've talked about this before right that it's just It's incredible what the scientific community and the vaccine industry's been able to do. Get vaccines out to us this quickly. You know, we're coming up to the Anniversary next month of the first cases in the United States, and we're already giving vaccines. I mean, we now I mean, think about this good news. There are no more Americans. With gotten at least one dose of covert 19 vaccine, then his tested positive. Covert 19. That's a great great threshold that we just passed and I was so happy to see that obviously, they're more people who's had covert infections and have tested positive. But the fact that we now control that we've had more people getting at least one dose that is tested positive. That's a great place and that should make us all feel good that we're on our way. To the end of
Snow-shoveling dispute in Pennsylvania ends with 3 dead
"A dispute concerning snow disposal, and it turned deadly three people are dead near Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, Investigators say Two sets of neighbors were arguing over snow being dumped into one of their yards. The dispute escalated when Jeffrey Spade pulled a handgun as well as a rifle. And opened fire on James and Lisa Goi, killing the couple. When police ultimately responded. They say they heard a single gunshot from inside Spades home. He was found dead of an apparent self inflicted wound. Tom Graham. Fox News
Trump announces legal team after high-profile departures
"New on daybreak. Former President Trump's legal team is taking shape. Trump's office has named two new defense attorneys for his upcoming impeachment trial. David Showman and Bruce L. Castor junior will now lead the legal team. Someone has been lead counsel in several high profile cases and had been asked to be part of Jeffrey Epstein's legal team before his death. Castor is a former district attorney in Pennsylvania. This comes after former president's previous attorneys left his legal team. Five defense lawyers announced their departures yesterday. Trump Second impeachment trial is scheduled to start
CDC to Require Masks on All Forms of Public Transportation
"A nationwide mandate that all people who use any form of public transportation have to wear a protective face covering effective tomorrow night. KCBS is Jeffrey shall reports the movie effects airports and airlines, trains, ferries, Busses and other forms of public transit. The CDC mandate comes less than two weeks since President Biden took office and Reflects his often stated view that masks should be required across the board for mass transit, interest, city bus and rail ferries, airlines, airports and transportation terminals. Henry Harteveldt is president and travel industry analyst at San Francisco's atmosphere Research. He believes the CDC move makes sense one people wearing a mask so that the risk of spreading these enclosed environments We can't don't have windows open. Obviously, On many cases, you are reducing the chance of the virus. Things spread from one person to another. It's simple, common sense. Most of not all Bay Area transportation agencies require that writers where a face covering Jeffrey Sha'ab
Heated scramble between EU and U.K. over COVID-19 vaccine supplies
"People picks up around the world. The scramble for vaccine supplies is becoming heated in the European Union backed down last night from a major diplomatic incident with the UK over exports of the vaccine. At the same time, the World Health Organization is again warning about the dangers of what it calls vaccine nationalism. Correspondent MTs Tayyaba is in London If all politics is local than the European Union is picking a fight, with its closest and most complicated neighbor splashed across the front pages of Britain's newspapers are screeching headlines accusing the U. Putting the United Kingdom's vaccine supply at risk and follows the now backtrack threat from the EU. It would start to restrict exports of coronavirus shots to Northern Ireland. War of words boiled over after the British sweetest firm AstraZeneca said it can only deliver a fraction of the hundreds of millions of vaccine doses it promised to both the EU and Britain because of production delays. Next
Inspector general probes if Justice Department officials tried to overturn election results
"Being launched by the Justice Department's inspector general to examine whether any former or current department officials engaged in an improper attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential elections. This investigation will look at allegations concerning the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials, but will not extend to other government officials. The probe coming after the New York Times reported that former Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clarke had been discussing the plan with then President Trump to house the acting attorney general and try to challenge the results of the presidential race.
Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims
"Lead story. Today comes from the new york times and they say quote. The justice department's top leaders listened in stunned silence this month. One of their peers. They were told had devised a plan. Along with trump to oust. Jeffrey rosen as acting attorney. General and we'll the department's power to force georgia state. Lawmakers to overturn the presidential election results. This unassuming lawyer. Who worked on the plans names. Jeffrey clarke had been devising ways to cast doubt on the election results to bolster trump's continuing legal battles and the pressure on georgia politicians. Because mr jeffrey rosen had refused the president's entreaties to carry out those plans mr trump was about to decide whether to fire. Mr rosen and replace him with mr kark danial remember. We were talking about like. who's this. Jeffrey rosen person. And i was like well his career official. I don't think he's going to go along with the bullshit. Turns out we were right. He did not go along with the bullshit. The department officials convened on a conference. Call then ask each other. what would you do. If mr rosen was dismissed and the answer was unanimous. they would all resign in protest They're informed packed. Ultimately persuaded trump. To keep rosen in place calculating that a furor over mass resignations at the top of the justice department would eclipse any attention on his baseless accusations. Voter fraud so he didn't he didn't do it for the right reasons. He said If you everyone resigned and mass it would take. He wouldn't say and mass if everyone was designed all at once. Take away attention from my lies. And so he didn't and trump's decision came only after rosen and clark made their competing cases to him in a bizarre white house meeting to officials compared with an episode of the apprentice albeit one that could prompt a constitutional crisis. This should be looked at and light of the impeachment article that will be sent to the senate as majority leader. Chuck schumer has agreed to delay the impeachment trial until february eighth. Some people think that this shows weakness. I do not. I think this was a calculated political shrewd. Move by chuck schumer. I think it allows more evidence to come out about the insurrection which will make it more difficult for republicans to acquit. And i wanna be clear here not because they have morals but because voters do and voters will be holding them responsible It's going to be more morally difficult for them to acquit. And a lot of people say well. We had the momentum. Right after the insurrection to get this vote to acquit and then additional vote to prevent it from running for office again. But that's not the case they wouldn't have had seventeen republicans and they still don't today but as we start to learn more we may be able to push more republicans over the edge and again not because they have morals but because the people who vote them into office do and some of that evidence came to light this weekend including the arrest of a man who had plans to assassinate alexandria. Ocasio cortez self-styled militia members from virginia ohio and states also made plans to storm the capital days in advance and then communicated in real time as they breached the building on both sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers and that's according to court documents filed tuesday while authorities have charged more than one hundred individuals in the riott details in the new allegations against three. Us military veterans offer a very disturbing look at what they allegedly said to one another before during and after the attack statements that indicate a degree of preparation determination to rush deep into the halls and tons of congress to make citizens arrests of elected officials and they even mentioned sealed sealing off the tunnels and and putting gas in them. Us authorities charged the apparent leader of the oath keepers That's an extremist group. Thomas caldwell sixty six of virginia. They're all from virginia in the attack. Alleging that the navy veteran helped organize a ring of dozens who coordinated their movements as they quote stormed the castle to disrupt the confirmation of biden's electoral college victory. Despite this current department of justice officials and federal law enforcement officials are privately debating whether they should declined to charge some of the individuals who stormed the capital so politically loaded proposition. But one alert to the practical concern that hundreds of such cases cases could swamp the local courthouse. You know tough shit. Internal discussions are in the early stages. No decisions have been reached whether to forego charging some of these folks and that's according to multiple people familiar with the discussions and we also learned that trump's campaign paid more than two point seven million dollars over two years to individuals and firms that organized the january sixth rally that led to the riot And that's according to the center for responsive politics and these payments which span trump's reelection campaign. Show an ongoing financial relationship between rally organizers and trump's political operation they were all made through november twenty third the most recent date covered by the federal election commission filings. Which is before the rally was publicly announced. I'm sure we'll see more in the next. Fcc filing so. That's where we are.
Trump Pressed Justice Department to Go Directly to Supreme Court to Overturn Election Results
"A new report claims President Trump spent his last weeks in office, pressuring the Justice Department to ask the Supreme Court to rule against Joe Biden's election win The Wall Street Journal reports. Trump's plan also included firing, then acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen. Former Attorney General William Barr and Rosen said there was no basis to challenge the election results.
"jeffrey" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"MOYLE can welcome welcome to armchair expert experts on experts I'm Dan. Sheppard Dan. mispronounce the name of our own thing. Experts on experts. That's okay. We're not perfect. We're not perfect. We're far from it. You know who is perfect. Jeff Jeff Sachs boys is fascinating. He was one of these folks that afterwards. Monica Ireland is the smartest person we've ever talked to. And also his resume was like forty five pages long couldn't be read to be honest. You just had the what a comprehensive view of everything history the economy everything and he made us kind of rethink some things. Who's got us on the ropes a little bit. We had thought we were permanent staples on. Yeah, we haven't made any big declarations we. We haven't certainly gears turning. Yeah, so. Jeffrey is an American economists, a liberal, academic public policy analyst and former director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University where he holds the title of university professor, he is known as one of the world's leading experts on economic development and the fight against poverty. He has written many books a new foreign policy building the new American economy, the age of sustainable development in his new book. The ages of globalization geography, technology institutions gives you a full comprehensive view of all this stuff, so please check out his book and please enjoy Jeff Sachs. He's not..
"jeffrey" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And you know a I loved. I only wanted to be an actor. That's all I wanted to do because that moment between action and cut. I always thought they can't get me here. I'm safe. It's great I'm safe. I'm in my element. I'm Jeffrey my only problem is I've spent so much time being Larry. Not Larry Hank And and George George Oscar and all of that You know now that I'm home making a little meatloaf for the kids I I have to relearn to play Jeffrey not play Jeffrey. That sounds awful. Jeffrey Jeff or play Jeffrey. I want to also we left again this time. You really live in the United State. Yeah shut your eyes. I'm another Calix. Okay I WANNA plug to recent movies. You did that. Are both great win. Win The pulse John McCarthy Picture mcchord Giamatti Great Cabbie. On volleying me Ryan. Who's coming here? Oh She's going to be on the show she I mean I'm I'm would you tell them? I don't want to plug the death of Stalin to which another great ensembles of death and actually even as we speak very important. Director is watching it right now. Watch it great. It's it's terrific so plug the podcast again again. Yeah even let me talk about talk about it. Who's on it? Where can people get it? It's on I tunes. I assume it's everywhere. Get online you see how it I tuned anywhere. You GET PODCAST. Anyway get this show. They can get your. The story is that Steve came up to me and said would you like to do a podcast and I said Oh sure what is a podcast and and here we are and we just had. Who did we interview Anjelica Huston and Dick Cabinet Great And we have Tony Hale Tomorrow Tony. You Love Tony Hill has been on. You should have an angelic brother. Danny Houston we had him. You know I've been reading her book and I don't know about this. Danny he is wonderful. Yeah better than islands. So your new. Favourite your in death of styling. Yes because you have an imitation Stalin style and taking shit. I don't know where I've landed I apologize. I don't know by careers. Move forward backward. Discover podcast so that. My talk very unprofessional. This podcast act by the way I rescind the author to come on. Why did I eat that Borsch? Oh I didn't know he spoke English. Oh we're helping Richard kind on east great. Yes he said because I said I'm nervous and he goes they'll treat you. I'm doing a live show with Richard kind where at the Bedford. Playhouse March fourteenth. I gotta go to that. Would you go? I will forty two now. Parking's very expensive Yeah doing that. What else goes getting great guests? Jeffrey Oh yeah we. Richardson on this. Show fourteen played that one and we had Armando Jesus genius. And who else do we have on? We've got willamette coming along ours. No that's not true Most of them don't do a bowel movement. Impression has haven't been on the show quite like this where No-one said by the way I have to tell you. Something Gilbert every other imitation as going to the bathroom otherwise I would've I would've taken it yet again. I would have been out here. Thanks letting me talk about of course about all that with a transparent letting a BB. So I love. You guys couldn't come back again please. I'm I closed and locked the door and said that JIU is not coming to. We WanNA thank Kathy Schaeffer. And Theresa and Judy Torres Ski and all the. How do you know Kathy we know are well Paul Spin on this show? He's a friend of Darren Gilbert's and I know him too and Camel Really GonNa come on our show. We'd love to. Do you know that actor? Eugene polite yeah. He hated the Jews. He hated Jews in way to close this. We were doing great and this this go scissors yet. Those scissors out baby. I'll make the edit together. Yes absolute I said the rough cut. The book is called. Are you anybody a memoir. It's wonderful it's funny. It's also a an acting zoo anything abusing. I'm looking at my degree. We want to learn how to do this. And what is your pick up doing flight? Can I say sincere? Thank you for the gift of Hank. Kingsley it's a great contribution to the culture and I mean it entertain me for years of my life lock. I'm I it's with a hook. I'm here Luke Syam can I say you can't you actually can't in fact you ruined this show. Your own was ruined. This will never be seen or heard I. Shall we say goodnight to this man? But I fuck huge Gilbert. Yeah come back for another time. I'll do what I can. I come back absolutely now. Do I get paid for this? A- Paul parking which by parking is forty one dollars value color. No it was five hundred and sixty dollars. You don't have that kind of money you saying. Thank you to our serious Jeffrey Tambor. I don't do it. You got that look you WanNa do another thing with the grunting. Name an actor okay. Well Marlon Brando Office. Everybody know that I'm putting on my coat. I do this every time. Well I can't can I ask you? Is he alright? No no all was lots of spectrum. Op Okay. I'm trying to push our log house. Yeah yeah good. Hey Darah apologies. And I'm sorry for you. This is one of my favorite episodes. Jeffrey thank you..
"jeffrey" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
"Three that people around me know something that I don't really this is just me fearing that. I'm the butt of some inside joke that everyone around me is laughing at that. I don't know four Then I'm not really alone when I think I am because being alone is like one of the most Cathartic things for me and when I find out that I'm not alone and I thought it was. I feel really vulnerable. Five horses up close. Have you ever been a close to a horse? Because if you haven't if you stand fully upright your face is just at its face and it's huge. It's just a pile of muscle has keats. It kind of looks angry and could just kill you if you if you if it wanted to and so. I really don't understand how people can be comfortable or enjoy their time around horses six that no one knows anything. This really comes from studying poetry in college because I used to think that there was some secret code to being able to understand poetry and then realized that it was basically just people pretending that they know and then writing down what they pretend to know on paper in a really convincing way and then getting a grade on that essay and if that were everything It's not. We're everything I would be super scared. Seven financial disaster eight big muscular or burly men. I always feel small in their presence. Like they could take everything away from me and just last Nine being stuck in a small space. When I was in seventh grade I climbed into a locker in the locker room and somebody came over and pretended to put a lock on it and close the lock and I freaked out and I have never been comfortable with that since and any time in a movie. There's somebody who's like stuck in space and die a lonely death of starvation and in in thirst. I think that's just the worst possible way to go ten. That people trust take advantage of that trust at my expense. My name is Jeffrey Laxman. These are ten things. That scaring Jeffrey Lagman twenty-three-year-old listener. Who called into us from the Minnesota North Dakota border for? He's running around with a smile on his face trying to pay bills. You says he believes that the big mouth Buffalo Fish is undervalued. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel G Matt Elliott Ruben. Sarah Sam Back Emily Boutin and Polish Schulman music and sound design by Isaac Jones. You know what scares me that? I'm developing in.
"jeffrey" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein
"Aw in two thousand five investigators in Palm Beach. Florida began uncovering a dark secret. Lotta girls knew about it and a lot of girls. We're doing it if anybody asks. If you're over the age of eighteen just go ahead and go with it. There was a wealthy man in Palm Beach. Who was offering young girls? He's a way to make money. She knew a guy in Palm beach that we could give massages to and we can make two hundred dollars. I was starting to get really nervous and my heart. Hart was starting to raise. He asked me to get comfortable to take my clothes off that man was Jeffrey Epstein and he had set up a system designed to bring bring him underage girls. Girls would say. He abused them and left them feeling helpless and terrified. I couldn't run cutting leave by screamed. Who was going to hear me. WHO WAS GONNA dot com that you were fourteen correct yes. Local police and the federal government would investigate and by their count find dozens of Victims Epstein. Steve would become one of the world's most infamous predators a man who could have faced decades in prison but served just thirteen months in his own wing of a county jail. And why would you cut this deal with Jeffrey Epstein epsteins abuse would spend years and cross state lines New York Palm Beach New Mexico. Oh Paris Virgin Islands and each one of those residences is an alleged crime scene. I'm ABC's Mark Remillard and with a team team of journalists from the ABC News Investigative Unit. We've traveled around the country to look at Jeffrey Epstein and the allegations of his horrifying abuse to hear from from the girls who suffered it. Who are now women fighting to recover from it. When I look at those other girls they were into and I can see All broken we retrace his history. The rise who is like an international man mystery and fall of one of the most prolific predators. I our time. Their kid not have possibly been a more wealthy a more powerful or more dangerous sexual predator. There is no other cases like this. This is the longest standing human trafficking case. This was a miscarriage of justice from the start and until now nobody gave them. If you're you're a victim of sexual abuse your voice should be heard period. I couldn't fight back when Jeffrey Epstein's sexually abused me because I hadn't yet found my voice while I found my voice now truth and lies. Jeffrey Epstein Starts January Nineth..
"jeffrey" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein
"They are the full bill as bill for one hundred thousand dollars Melissa went to the office and said this must be a mistake and they said the it was actually sent back with an instruction that the bills are now to go to you and that I'm now responsible for these bills Oh my God you know like goes just whoa that was that was really terrifying and I didn't understand that tried to call the office I- Jeffrey gain I didn't hear from they didn't pick up they didn't respond to my Kohl's they didn't hear back from them I coul- Darn Daikin. His the aware or somebody that worked in his office and he conned sane thing other than he sorry and I it's correct that jeffries no longer going to be paying for this she found out that she probably would have gotten a full ride at juilliard if she had applied for financial aid but now it was too late this is the first time Melissa has spoken publicly about Epstein she says she had no idea about the extent of his predatory behavior until he was arrested and she doesn't see herself as anything like the victims who were attack sexually her feelings about the whole thing are very complicated and he had an addiction to playing Games he had an addiction to finding the gap between him and the person finding what they need what they want and exploiting that using that for his benefit he had this fetish in the sickness that he really wanted he wanted personal gain from that he sexualize that somehow the power and making things possible for people this is Melissa playing when she was a student at juilliard hard she's still a musician to this day.
"jeffrey" Discussed on BROKEN: Jeffrey Epstein
"My name is Julie K. Brown. I'm an investigative reporter with the Miami Herald for the past three years. I've investigated the case of Jeffrey Abstain is a college dropout the Brooklyn born son of a grounds keeper who went on to teach math at one of the world's most prestigious private schools. How did this same man go from representing one single clients wealth to becoming a self proclaimed billionaire with his own private island. How did he become a friend to presidents to scientists and royalty and how much of this mysterious rise was fueled by his dark sexual habits and the countless girls teenagers and young women he victimized Jeffrey Epstein killed himself rather than face justice but as victims refusing to let this case rest and neither will I I will continue to cover this story and the people who helped him as we dive even deeper for into the case and our broken justice system broken. Jeffrey Epstein is a new podcast coming soon wherever you're listening wing right now.
"jeffrey" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"Yeah. I'm totally with you like i really would just like the truth yeah to come out and that's my main anything like i don't think conspiracy there. Are that deep. I think if you can just prove he was providing sex trafficking. That's that's it. That's that's yeah can't take them. The conspiracy is just that people who bought slaves or lying okay okay so yeah as we did now into the conspiracy like something that people immediately want to jump to is. I don't know what trump's number is is but the amount of times bill clinton was on jeffrey. Epstein's private plane is like twenty seven times wolf. Is that true yeah twenty seven times uh-huh logged so that's just light records. That's a fact so it's an clinton has not said really shit. Here's the best thing is recently. He's he says. I have not talked to jeffrey epstein in a decade it. This is through like bill clinton. Spokesperson and bill clinton has not spoken to jeffrey decade like yeah but jeffrey epstein like was convicted of like fucking a minor in two thousand five like that's. That's a longer than a deck like this weird defense. They put up like yeah but in two thousand five is when all the talk to after people found out actually had a fi way way. Let's see what's wrong with the shit's really starting to like and then recently say today the painting in jeffrey epstein's state of go on what the fuck i saw that i was like that is a hundred percent an in joke yes between france absolutely that is like like if you had a framed painting of like an eyes wide shut meeting they had we're like remember the time bill wore the dress capitated that china right right right that that's one hundred percent in joke he had to frame and like you know put up there and the best is like trump and clinton in have basically both recently through their spokespersons had to be like jeffrey. Epstein has a private island and by the way jeffrey jeffrey epstein's private island. I have not ever been to like clinton was like i've taken the twenty-seven log was asking either otherwise the way secret ultra cool child pornography island i of not been too yeah not seen the ultra cool water slide lied yeah..
"jeffrey" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett
"jeffrey" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett
"You know, every once in a while, people like to ask me what's going on behind the scenes. What are you doing? How do I get to these all? Invite invite, only all access behind the scenes kind of stuff that you sometimes do. So I'm going to take you behind their today. I'm gonna take you in to the to the pits behind the curtain. So to speak every year twice a year, I throw what's called the thought summit. I bring some of the biggest best people that are authors speakers coaches, radio host, podcast, host TV host into a meeting where we talk about the business of influence the business of communicating to you. The executive about what we do in how we do it in for them to be, you know, better at what they do. So every year, the c. suite network throws what we call the thought summit. So you're going to hear some of the greatest takes from the thoughts of what we call keepers. You know, these are real indepth kind of things that you're going to want to know about. So if you want to influence people, I don't care whether you're running a business or you're one of those authors speakers. You know, thought leaders, this is for you. So listen in as we take you behind the scene at the c. suite network thought summit. From main street to Wall Street global business celebrity and former fortune one hundred cease we've executive Jeffrey hazlet takes you inside the good, the bath and the ugly of businesses today saddle up. It's time for all business with Jeffrey Hazlitt. Good morning. Everybody come good morning. That's better and how you starting to sound like Baptists. That's good. Somebody pass the plate. Let's go. You're not Lutherans right. Oh, come on. Come on, Lutherans, live and costumed fear. Sometimes some place someone's having a good time. So, and so it's good. So you know, right. I gotta just we just gotta get you going right. Gimme name in. That's pretty good. If if if your name gypsy gimme. Thank you. It was great guy took over the show. Can we kill the music? Thanks. Took over six show you. It's a high holiday on is a show primetime show on WABC top ten show in New York, unbelievable, and he couldn't do the show because for religious reasons. So I went in and I and the first thing I said our radio on New York. I said, Lutherans have overtaken the station if they were. And I said, I said, we've kicked off, we've kick the Jewish people out. And so now there's no one left to run anything in New York, and we're in trouble, and I said, in the Lutherans are coming in with a hot dish. So that's what I was just funny shit right there. Let's just. This is today, this is what I want to talk to you guys about this is behind the scenes behind the scenes. Okay. This is about us. This is about family. This is about advisors and and speakers and consultants and trainers, and and our host about being a real thought later. This is this is a group that today that either you're in already or we would like to consider you to be in because you're, we think you could be one of the family because we're building what we think is a great platform. And so today we're going to talk about how to build your business and build our business. This is together. I want to be very clear about it. We're building something. We love to have people be part of it. If you don't get it, you'll get great value out of today. We love that. But this is about building a something, which I would talk about an, I think is the the world's most trusted and you know network of advisors to the c. suite. Now, what does that mean? Now I will tell you right up front as I do with everything. I'm brutally brutally transparent and honest, especially with this group, we are building the plane as were flying without question, but our goal is to provide relevancy. And so the relevancy for you and the relevancy for us in in many of you will come to me and talk me about your business, and you'll try to convince me I should be doing it this way or that I'm doing things for what I need to do. You need to do things for what you need to do, and there's going to be some crossover words mutually beneficial. So but the most important thing is I'm building reach and a building with platforms like our newsletter, five hundred thousand members. Now viewership on apple Roku, Amazon fire, as some of you flew on United Airlines to get here and you saw our television shows on United because we're now the business network. On United and soon to be on other airlines as well. We're talk to you about the podcast stuff that we're doing where it's sixty shows. We have a little over four, five hundred in the hopper, meaning coming and approaching
"jeffrey" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett
"Hey, a lot of you know that I do a lot of keynotes. In fact, like one hundred sixty a year and I get to speak over the place. But one of my most requested keynotes up on the internet was one I did for the CMO inflict. And this is a group of big, huge tech companies that get together every single year and they had me come and kick it off. And it was one of those free for all where I really just get up and start talking about change, adapt or die. How to be relentless in the marketing department, how to be relentless as a marketing leader or CEO in any kind of company. And this happened to be for tech companies so you, you'll get a different flavor because I wanted to play a little bit of that for you because it is the most requested one that we've ever had. I'm taking this week off. I'm an Ireland, so I thought I would, you know, shower you with the best of the best. And that's what you're going to get today. You're gonna think big at bigger. This is all live on stage and I want to give it to you. From main street to Wall Street global business celebrity and former fortune one hundred cease we've executive Jeffrey hazlet takes you inside the good, the bath and Hugli of businesses today saddle up. It's time for all business with Jeffrey Hayslett. Yes, please welcome. Jeffrey has let. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. What a pleasure. I tell you there's so much money in this room. I can't. Well, I just wanna stay here. The rest of the day. This is I last time speaking to the tiger was about four thousand people, but six years ago and still is one of the best events that I've ever attend. I do about one hundred and fifty or sixty keynotes. In fact, this today marks my six cross country trip in eight days back and forth between here. So this is part of what we do last week. It was here for an investor summit vici-. Thank you very much for help make that a big success. We had a billion dollars in the room that's given away that year to our CEO's. So first of all, yeah, I get the Trump thing out of the way shall we do that just right off the bat. Okay. Seriously, women, he's here to help. You know you're, you're coming against them. You're fighting, it's. Oh, come on. That's funny. I don't give a shit who yards just gets up. Let me just say that. I I, I was judged on Soviet. Prentiss for a number of years. He is a friend of mine, but let me just say rocked about technically. He is bat shit crazy. Okay. Yeah, he is, but but you should get used to call me embassador hazlet that's outcome on people. This is fun. This is funny stuff the you mentioned. I'm from South Dakota. Anyone here from South Dakota. Never is. I always like to ask, is there someone where, where are you from. Rapid. Where'd you go to high school? Central Stevens? What central see I know that because I went to Douglass high school, Ellsworth air force base is my cousin, everyone right here. This is no shit. This is like the third time in seven years that someone was actually from South Dakota. You just fucked up my hoping. Okay, you know. So there you go. So if you think this is going to be a normal corporate presentation, you just kiss shit, goodbye right off the bat. So let me let me talk to you a little bit and tell you a little bit about. I've over two hundred and fifty companies of my career over twenty five billion and transaction. My last marketing budget. Last marketing budget was seventeen billion dollars to give you an idea so, but now I'm running a new start up of my own called the c. suite network. And last month we had over twelve thousand CMO's joined the organization. We have five hundred thousand executives that are part of it. You don't no matter where I go. Everyone always wants to ask me about Kodak, which is great. And I like to I left the company back in two thousand and ten and just yesterday I was on CNN and I was doing a remote, which means I'm gonna a little tiny room. Looking at a camera, can't see who I'm talking to, but there's an earpiece in my year, and I'm talking to somebody to three thousand miles away and and you have a chance while you're doing that to talk to the people who are also with you, and you know, kind of do around Robin where you from so forth and so on that. So this one exacts Jeff, what the hell? Why. Why did Kodak go bankrupt two years ago? And I said, you know, they didn't go bankrupt two years ago. They excellent Bank rope back in nineteen seventy five. All right. So in one thousand nine hundred seventy five, a gentleman by the name of Steve SAS and said in a room and he put digital component parts and he made the very first digital cameras, the blue box about this big. I know it to be that box because it said on my desk for the four years that I was at Kodak by the way that as a CMO that's the longest I ever had a stretch. Okay. Longest I ever had a stretch by the way CMO's it's kind of interesting. You talk about the statistics. This just alone. Ninety percent of CMO's coming into the office today are not coming for marketing. They're
"jeffrey" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett
"Hey, we've got a great show featuring Bobby you mar today going to be talking about personal branding and some leadership. It's a really good discussion and you're going to hear some good things that'd be brought out in this that I just think you're gonna wanna listen to. Are you being defined by other people, or are you running your own personal ran? Let's talk about that in just a minute and speaking about great brands about becoming your own boss, just like you become your own brand. I'm talking about owning a franchise from the folks at liberty tax. I want you to be able to give liberty tech service a call because with more than twenty years of business in the business of taxes and franchising liberty can help give you a flexibility you need and put you on the road to owning your own business. I love these guys, so reach out the liberty Tex franchise dot com or let me know. And I'll personally introduce you to the CEO chairman of the board and or a couple of other people over there because it good friends of mine. So listen, we've got Bob, you mar here. He is is one of the most prolific heart based leaders in North America. He's up from Toronto. Here we are in July a celebrating. America's freedom and Canadian freedom right at the beginning of the month. And this is when we're going live with this particular episode. And so I think it's been portent for us to talk about how we can make the power of connection. In fact, that's one of the tweet chats that he hosts, which reach over sixty five million impressions weekly. And so he's doing entire new program called a discover your personal brand experience. And so this is a way for you to be able to focus in on your own personal brand in who you are in the be the best that you can possibly be. So let's welcome. Bobby to the conversation. Main street to Wall Street global business celebrity and former fortune one hundred cease we've executive Jeffrey hazlet takes you inside the good, the bath and the ugly of businesses today saddle up. It's time for all business with Jeffrey Hazel. Okay, personal branding experts. So the first thing I'd ask is, how do I describe you? Are you a speaker? Are you a marketing person? How do I best describe you? Can question professionals for twelve years outside of that, you know, I consult coach and author things the most. I've been speaking mostly around the world. Do you know I've been a professional speaker for decades and somebody always describes me. So it depends on what I'm doing at the time. Right? Because we're, we're, we're multifaceted. So how did you get into the speaking side of things while you know, it's one of those people that had several careers. So I had a career in the New England forming arts is denied clear in my post NBA brand marketing. So all that time I was always doing side projects where there was speaking or training or facilitation of some sort. Finally, I was like another doing this for the work command on one do Bill now Andrine. So of all the personal brain deep dives said that's speaking would be one of the best things for me in that slow. Twelve years ago. That's awesome. First of all, I'm just I'm still sitting here in in silence because you said, wait, wait, wait, engineering, and then performing arts. Explain explain that to me that is not fricken make sense one. That's probably why I never really sick. I was kinda lost or unfulfilled is a leader for the most part. I haven't during math visits in local side, but I also had the creative arts forming sonny's leader. I seeing act comedy, and so they never really gelled together. And so I should speaking helps do that because I get there before, right, which is I get. So it's worked out really well. Now on the speaking said, you get to do a little bit all that. I mean, it really comes through and hopefully if you find your you know you find your flow of who you are. You know everybody was asked me. I was doing a hall of fame workshop somewhere and the so somebody was asking me, how do you get good? I said you be good. You have to be good. In order to get good working? Yeah, comes with practice. It comes with all those things that you have to do. You just don't like all wake up one day and say, I'm gonna be a great, you know, motivational or keynote speaker. You have to go do the stuff. Absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. What have you found best about this side of the business in terms of the speaking side? I will. We'll get off onto another subject in a minute, but I'm just finding that interesting that you kind of move from that other side of it to this side. I mean, there's lots of things in adding other come back to the on her time me. I have sex ability as dad of young kids I have. Let's lose than them all the time, just great. I love that part of my life because you know, I basically go into liver and I get paid literally for the one our topic idea. Now I can prep- wonder might want, but that one are tops, whatever is wearing the mind. So for me, that flexibility is great chance to travel. The world is came back from Europe for two speaking gigs there with his grace. And for the most part, you know, I love the chance to persuade infants. People and help people with what they're trying to do, whether they're feeling loss stock or they need some help their business with the personal branding. You know that I'm from my perspective, I feel being far more impact than ever did the cubicle. Yeah, which is I think, just just phenomenal. In terms of that, when you think about personal branding and what people do, what do you think is the biggest mistake that people make while it's ten years ago, people would save per vein. I'm not and. And they were denying it. But now I think what people are not doing now that people understand that what it is the understand what, why important, what they are not doing are not taking the time to invest in figuring it. So they're taking the time to understand what it what it is currently, how they can best manage in how the initiative, the personal brand since the next level. Because ultimately, what you wanna do is personal brand or to Amazon, Jeff visas is what they seal your room. A thought leadership Russell brand is what they say. When you enter in what you wanna do you want to get to the point where you know they're saying when outside the room, but also you start a man who was saying to the enter. So I, you know, I was described a brand is a promise delivered, you know, having been a CMO of minimal tie billion dollar company and various companies I've been, I've lead over the years I, but I always focus on its promise delivered to really get it down to the basics of. So how would you describe what is a brand while you know you're saying the exact same thing I talked about in all my keynotes at in the last ten years. Zia promised base year. Purser brand promise deliver need right building experience to deliver feeling in. So it's the combination, everything you do for people that minority console, it varies from president personally than personal brand delivered to my wife, my kids different than the lives over to my clients, though there are elements that are the same will each stuck if might humor. This'll get my work, the this, get my dynamic stop. So for the most part yet. That's actually exactly how distract your brand is something that is there sedate you were born and if you don't take ownership of it, other people on the because it's based on the perception of, yeah, which is always a big thing for a lot of folks. They don't understand owning it and just being at new, see people making mistakes and saying, well, I have to look like this or after be like this rather than being themselves. He I'm not a big fan of the bigotry making thing because because as soon as you make it, you'll be miserable because you've been spend his time not being yourself Insulza guy, good for you. Now you have that cookie. Job that you always want it, but it's not really who you are, what you believe. So that authenticity piece of thing is big gap that that people have and the so you know, when you're going through the process of trying to figure a brand. Yet the honest, when I did my whole deep dive in England to my values while things that I, you know, valued la- status. Now, you know, something's else look into your snob. But you know, it's something I was born to any other people might value money, the might value GIO things wrong with that. It's important though to be true, in honest to actually do valley. So for me, it's been part of what I've done. So what do you mean by status? Let's still vendor that example. I worked in brand marketing might cubby title about might title was prophesised today? Absolutely hated it. Just heated felt like nothing. And then you know one year later I start my own company on that president. I company beat up of might former vice president that my brand marketing competent in another presence a, hey, how's it going now? Like super confident, super. On the go in that status changed? My attitude changed my perspective and gave me a time conference, but but but you're no different? Nine. Oh, absolutely. But for me, like that mindset is a big part of what idea is, you know whether you think you can you think you can get. Right. So for me, having that having status changed in terms of my attitude, how I be. So when you say status to me, status is related to hell. Other people helped define you as well. Not what you pick as your title. So it's title so you were, you know, literally you were no different. Well, you might have changed a little bit over some of that time period, but, but by and large, the same person you are you saying that the that the title bothered you that much that it affected you though in that manner, wasn't the title she stifled me. So like when I was working in brand, had that really that title, I didn't think very much myself. And so when I was a neetings or presenting something, I wasn't as strong as I could be. And people often wondered why you so quite Bob, you like. Allow dynamic guy why he's quite beatings, and I just couldn't figure it out. And it turned out that the status in the hierarchy were t- things our throwing. Okay. Well, that makes it was then when you talk about the hierarchy, then I don't even know what company is. You know to tell us if you don't want to bit. It was at this culture of the of the company that created that kind of knowledge because it happened several in my corporate rear all three in my main jobs in corporate, I definitely because of low in the hurricane because my top job titles, I didn't really feel that I was imported ended move standout as employees, but soon as I left demand thing deficit up. So how did you reinvent that in yourself? Then? I'm fascinated by Bobby because I don't give a rat's rarin if I'm down digging ditches or you know, or working as a CEO. I do know there's a difference. Don't get me wrong. Right. And I do know that you, you know what? One has a lot more things with perks. Everything else as well, but, but at the same time being who you are is who you are. So I'm interested to see how you made that transformation as part of that. Well, the first thing that keeps. Mind though, is that the more happy the more to your more happy will be more happy. You are more pride work. So if you are happily ditched different than how you will be way better in those roles, it'd be very happy because I chose a path that wasn't really defined the vitamins. It says I was a little bit on on offended anals element miserable that also contribute right when I finally, when I found that the corporate world did do a dive into different aspects of my values must kills interest for site traits, things like that. Got to be back from network a lot of precisely settlements. And from that, I was able to assess certain themes that seem to be fitting all my different career choices that many happy in when it turned Allison, Bobby loves people. He loves nurturing flying presenting. He loves persuading influencing needles diversity. When we proposed by things together, those are my top five performance element in that helped me decide on ten to fifteen potential roles at details on. But speaker was the one that streamed at well, speaker that I can see that when you do you describe those piece of it while. Popped off the top. Listen, let me take a quick break because I'm gonna to talk about something. Makes me happy and income back on some engagement because I because you're you're on a theme here and I want to get to it. Well, I am happy and I'm I'm gonna talk about style for a moment because I'm looking great. I'm feeling great and I'll at all to the folks at institue that's I in s. t. i. t. c. h. u. I ought to spell at t at throw it in there. So in stitch in a you, so they customize custom tailoring for menswear for the modern gentlemen. I'm talking about looking sharp. 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"And accountability across the organization from everyone who from the top of the sea sweet to the mailroom is going to be held accountable and hold others accountable around the for the workplace they want to existed a man i and i could we could talk for a lot more than we've got time for change fortunately times up and i think i'm gonna come back and revisit this i think when your book comes out and what is done i want to get back and have a discussion see were at because i you know without frank i know and of course i know the president as well it's what about the equal applications no it's not as good well another topic we'll bring that up another topic it's been a pleasure we've been talking with i lean scully the founder of rising tides making the workplace better for women and we should probably had for men too because if you make a great for women's can be good for forbid so thanks so much for being right here on all business with jeffrey you're listening to home owners jeffrey hayslett brought to you parts sweet review podcast network featuring today's top business experts that is part of this series sweep networks the world's most trusted network of cease sweet executives five various and other business podcast fonsi dash sweet radio dot com blau what a great shows good stuff so i want to talk a little bit about liberty tax number to give you my wrap up so don't forget listening because i will tell you a little bit more about what i learned so if you're looking to own a business become a franchise leaper for liberty tax service they've been named the best of the best in the placed on the top of the financial services category on entrepreneurs franchise 500 so if you're looking to join a winning team and become a franchise biz liberty tax franchise dot com and don't forget a new sponsor and a.
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"For women and i think we need to do that and i can't think of a better person ham on the show and talk about what's going on every day in your office and baked probably in even your living room or we can talk about all this stuff and it's important stuff and so here we are right now welcome eileen scully from main street to wall street these global business celebrity former fortune one hundred see we've executive jeffrey hazlitt takes you in the side with food the bear mb ugly of businesses two day saddle up it's time for all business widths year free hazelet first of all great to see again great to talk to you my first question i've got a jump in our our men just bad norman a wonderful jeff i have to be very honest with you i have loved men my entire life raised by one of the best ones out there and have another one as my brother men have been critical to everything that i've accomplished everything that many of the women that i know have accomplished what we're experiencing right now is what i'm calling eight bifurcation of experience where the shift is women are being heard differently not only by men were by each other and that's an important point that we could talk about a little bit more and men are also reexamining their own behaviors in interactions and they're being selfcritical in a new way for the first time and i think the points of omer ability are shifting and that's an important exercise is it because of your irish i'll use music.
"jeffrey" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett
"Rain street to wall street these global business celebrity former fortune one hundred cease we've executive jeffrey hazlitt takes you in the side victory would the bear mb poegli of businesses two day saddle up it's time for all business with cheer free hitting sweat hey so the first question i gotta ask you is 100 you get such a great last name i just love senior nee why who knew jaffery id thiel access super appreciate my name especially i always felt like my first name michelle wasn't very unique or special so my last name really made up for that my parents are cuban uh and i was in know the hispanic descent from spain so i imagine it came from a place where there were a lot of wolves or something because it means towner how serb place of wolves in spanish move a din of wolves the din of wool big there you go would you what what i've known for a while you're you're not you're not like a wolf at all your your your sonal inches well i think you yeah i mean i definitely i've changed a lot to geoffrey you didn't know me ten or fifteen years ago when i was in my overachieving type a persona phase of my life a week we can get into that if you want to build large alerts there there's no doubt the being success for a woman have you on the show of low she was such a loser that you were terrible and we would be avoiding the things that you do but it's the opposite of that it's to do the things you to ulan ude because you are very successful every says i met you and i can remember booth had to be run through for years ago yet and we were somewhere like any mirror was on what this gals god she you gotta special spark in inked and i think that's important but you could alter tell from the conversations you are really going after the things you want to go after yeah and i think that part of the transformation and have undergone over the last few years israeli clarifying what it is i really do wind and you know in the.
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"No date has yet submitted have to pay for success well my friend eight what a pleasure met britain right here talking about uh youth nation talking about the new counter culture of the millennial used to be talking about that in the '60s but now we're talking about a right here in two thousand seventeen going into two thousand eighteen and we're talking millennials in what it needs what you need to do to get a get ahead in this audience cement thanks so much for joining me right here on all business with jeffrey his a trap smears work jeffrey hazlitt brought to you by sousse we've radio a podcast network creature in today's top business experts that is part of this series sweep network the world's most trusted network mc sweden executor is and other business podcasts bond see dash sweep radiocom they at the end of every show or like to talk about the things i learned i enjoyed this conversation and a lot of people i talk about muneo zor in some people in a bedouin sebeih when a good way um i really liked the thought process about how they're thinking mobile first you know mobile first in effect on on if you notice badawi of mark zuckerberg starts of meeting it at facebook when the starch on him and if there's none of mobile option is brazil right up front either one talk to you cases the meeting but here's the other thing i learned output in value verses how many hours a spin at work i gotta think through that one little bit more how do i put that into into my own operation so i don't get so upset when people take off early right uh it used to be put in long hours you see stay there after the boss in any way at least beforehand.
"jeffrey" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett
"Rain street to wall street these global business celebrity former fortune one hundred see sweeping executive jeffrey hazlitt takes you meet in the side with the good the bad and the ugly of businesses two day saddle up it's time for all business which year free hazlitt a case the first question how do you become any banja was for salesforce that i mean that that in itself is a pretty cool term well i'd say this i think you become one one you've got to pick the title it's always good you know titles our currency i like this but i mean how do they come above the me to be like the global customer growth and innovation evangelist i mean that's like saying oh my god as well well not not quite that but but i would say this jeff you know it was a way of be trying to communicate sort of what i talk about and the fact that i am out evangelizing right sort of just telling the stories of what customers are able to now do around growth and innovation and if i put sales in my title of course that means all kinds of other things right i don't run the sales organization are about part of the sales organization at salesforce o i knew that if i did that it would get much different response and if i made it two technical internally focused it also wouldn't do very much good either and so don't the end of the day i i have nobody who reports to me so you know i am the the band of one vedeno supported by 25000 other great salesforce o hana people so it's really just.
"jeffrey" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett
"Ellen thanks for much for joining us thanks for having me this is jeffrey is that you've been watching executive perspective live we've been talking with issuance about the future of marketing and business loosening to hold prisoners were jeffrey his broad bird owner man and woman i gotta say both rednet good come on i love doing that being on stage talking with different people and really learn everything in albany interaction that was that was exciting i and i love alan he's a smart guy i knew mid or one job before now at this job in nonoem at the next job that's the thing goes with markers hey for those dedicated subscribers special note about next week's episode we will not be airing it on thursday we recorded a little special september eleven tribute to show one of my favorite charities new york's says thank you man these books are doing some great work in it's time for us to make sure that we recognize all those people they've formed after september eleven as a way for well for new york to give back i don't wanna tell you too much but look for the episode to drop on that mundy september the eleven eleventh also for those forward thinking cpa firms accounting professionals or small businesses looking to move to the cloud don't forget about my friends at right networks that's rate right networks did the only portent that can help you transform your business by getting your current accounting base desktop on premises and sas applications in to the cloud because of their proven technology that's right it's been brew it's brokered all right exceptional support and commitment to helping their customers ask this growth opportunities everything they're doing it right to learn more about.