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"john sense" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"john sense" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You know what that means? Welcome back 11 38 final seconds of the show today Dave Logan, Rick Lewis and Kathie Lee and we are joined right on cue by the skipper of the color of Iraqis, but black buddy, it's Dave, Rick and Cathy. Good morning. Um You guys have played pretty good baseball recently taken three out of four. And the thing that is, I think is that look, I look for positives in in this season thing that's impressed me. Has been your starting staff. A to least I mean, for the most part for the year, But certainly recently I think the starting staff er a eyes under three in the last. I'm not sure how many games but they certainly would. You've given him the ball. They've done the job for you at least start the game. Uh hi, guys. Uh, totally agree. I think that you know our group going into spring training. We felt good about you know, Marquez and John Sense of Tele and we had a good feel for Garber that he was going to be fine and then obviously getting Kyle back last night. You know those five guys, I think each and every night give us a really good chance to win no matter who they're up against. So that's your You're totally right on there that that's a positive force and You know if we get the bullpen straightened out and get some consistency out of those guys, I think we're gonna pitch all right now. Offensively, We gotta do something much better as we get into, you know the middle part of the season and late in the year, But here, you're right on on the starting pitching. Anybody's good to have you back on the show. It's Rick Lewis. We were talking earlier. It seems like and I haven't looked at stats to point this out. But it seems like this is turning into a pitcher's year. On. We were harkening back to 1968. It's not quite like that, but is that what's really going on? We're seeing that there's a lot more strikeouts this year and It's either a guy hits a home run every strikes out. Well, a couple examples. Last night after the game, the coaches and I were talking I don't think I've ever seen a game. We're in opponents pitching staff. Didn't you know every fastball day through was over 96 Miles an hour, and that was four guys. You know the Graham Castro may and then DS I mean, that's unheard off. I mean, obviously, there's so much velocity now that it's becoming part of the game. But when you're throwing 96 to 101 miles an hour I mean, that's really impressive of what the what the pictures are doing. And obviously, I think on the offensive slide, you know the swings are bigger, You know, home runs have been up over the last decade. You know, there's been a movement you know, for for slugging percentage and power, And when you combine the stuff that pitchers have these days, with bigger swings and guys swinging harder and longer, there's gonna be strike out so It's the sign of the times unless something's changed in the next couple years..

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"john sense" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"john sense" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm sorry about not keeping out appointment. The other day said It was almost two weeks ago. Tunis wanted to see you because of another cable from yes sent a long letter of credit drawn on the amount of fifty pounds from what he says in gabriel. I don't think he expected to come back to england. But the last time i wrote i said i'd be home. I said i'd worked with him there. I don't think that's much new more. Would you get to see the cable. no thank. You also instructed me to advance you know more money under any consideration mittens man after all juniors do have any play. I have no plans. What about your commission can use a thirty five year old fly. I wanted to kind even a lasted. Yes and that's something else. Juniors this drinking of yours. This is going to be lecture. John sense yes now ever since the war. You've done your best to become an alcoholic. What why does anyone drink. But may i tell you why i think you do. The war is still fighting it still in singapore prisoner of war and then you were a good officer and a good pilot. I'm told you could've gone on if you let yourself. Don't you forget what's behind you. Forget what you went through. This is electric isn't it came to australia. Was and you have done a lick of works now really well as you could the money father sent out here. You've only one position in all that time and that you managed to keep for just three weeks. I was out sick. Hospital dead drunk backstreet house. I was out sick. Call it what you want. But don't use the war as an excuse for your own. Shotgun must be very fine to be successful and smug and righteous listen to be no. I won't. i'm the teeth of you and my father preaching moralizing. I'm tired of the la. You really good enough to give me that letter of credit. I.

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"john sense" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"john sense" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"john sense" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"We get to the phones, grab audio something number 22. It didn't take long. The funeral for John Lewis taking place the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. And Rinaldo is Magnus was just blamed for racism and the lack of affordable housing and and all that didn't take long. Here it is. You don't have number 22. Okay, Here's what the Reverend James Lawson said. We would not be in the struggle. We are today in housing. If President Reagan hadn't cut that billions of dollars for housing, where local churches and local nonprofits could build affordable housing in their own communities being sustained and financed by loans from the federal government. We don't need bipartisan politics. If we're going to celebrate the life of John Lewis, we need the Constitution to come alive. We will not be quiet. Long is our economy is shaped not by freedom, but my plantation capitalism. That continues to cause domination and control rather than access in liberty and equality for all. These guys don't understand what they're even talking about. Plantation capitalism. By the way, the applause that God was through the roof. Billions of dollars for housing. Local churches and local nonprofits could build affordable housing until Reagan came along. Do they not know what's happening. In the cities and suburbs today. There is a mad dash of flight. From the cities to suburbia, and that means the Democrats need to have corrupting policies implemented in suburbs. Quickly which they are in the process of doing not explain it. Stanley Kurtzman, writing about this at National Review for four years. Roy is get this. Leg Tahoe real estate. Salesmen are saying we're running out of houses to sell. People are fleeing San Francisco so rapidly. They're buying up everything. They're getting out of the city and they're going out to call Lake Tahoe. A suburb of samples just goes it is it Is a stretch, but the point is, people are fleeing. The rat infested aspects of the cities and not just San Francisco. And fleeing the suburbia. Now these guys at the Yemenis about let me hold that for the next hour because it's There's more to it than I could explain in just a minute and 1/2. I want to get a phone call in. We'll start with Patricia in Wai Mart, Texas. Welcome. It's great to have you here. Hello. I rose. Thanks for taking my opinion. I'm a narc are retired or in and when I was in nursing school, they taught us that we were not two. Diagnosed or prescribed medicine. Ah, you know, talk about medicine because we could be of charged with practicing medicine. And that's what Facebook and when, when they were censoring doctors. With years of experience, and that's you know, today that practicing medicine you know, both Twitter and Facebook. They're not really doing that They're causing the websites that host these doctors to drop them. Yes. Yeah, but no, You're exactly right. A r. N, for example, can not tell a patient. I think that Dr screwing up. I think what you need is this doctor's got John Sensing. That is expressly forbidden. A nurse isn't not permitted to even go there. Nurse cannot even answer questions about the doctor. Does the prescribing the nurse does whatever the nurse duties are But the Twitter is moving in and doing exactly that they are giving medical advice by deny in yet By suppressing it, and I'm still going to keep asking the question who is the medical expert on Twitter? I'm telling you, there isn't one Because as far as Twitter is concerned, it's a political process. They're engaged in. Same thing in Facebook will be right back. Don't go away with rush principles still matter. He II be network. Rush Limbaugh News Radio 8 30 cage, VH. You've heard the expression. It's like taking candy from a baby to say that something is really easy. It's likely that's how hackers see stealing personal information in today's connected world because the public WiFi cybercriminals could steal the information you're sending when you're connected. Even if the WiFi is password protected cybercriminals can use malware to hack into your devices or turned your webcam on without you even knowing it. With Norton, 3 60 Getting the online privacy and security you really need is like taking candy from a baby really is. It includes a no log VPN that has bank grade encryption. Really time device security and a PC safe cam. The block Webcam takeovers multiple layers of protection, all to keep prying eyes out. Now nobody.

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"john sense" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on WTVN

"John sensing a host of managing to be wealthy Sunday nights at six right here on six ten WTVN stay safe we'll talk next week all right my friend he said first warning weather chief meteorologist Marshall make peak joining us now and I looks like I I still need the winter coat if I'm gonna go outside today I guess I was just saying a Josh a little bit ago like you know I walked out the door this afternoon even knowing that this is what's happening you're not prepared for it when you store so yeah it we are still dealing with scattered showers around a lot of the area right now so if you're headed out make sure you've got an umbrella with you when you go for that walk in the neighborhood those showers will continue tonight and tomorrow morning overnight down to forty who has called and then on Wednesday fifty five is already behind normal this time of year is seventy so we are already fifteen to twenty degrees below average almost all the way through this extended forecast tomorrow showers in the morning sunshine in the afternoon breezy and fifty five Thursday sixty three was sunshine and we're in the fifties on Friday with some on and off showers heavy single Tamayo Marshall thank you very much it is fifty right now it doesn't feel like fifty obviously there's a wind chill or something affecting us there thank you for listening to the mark laser show corona virus continuing to decimate yet another area of our economy this the travel industry let's bring in for maybe C. news Ryan burrow and man you know day after day we have to try to you know I'm one of those people I try to search for as much good news as I can because I have to do this on you know for three hours every day and but some of the stuff you just can't get around you got to keep people informed and this is one of those things it's it is really really bad obviously for the travel industry it sure is I mean I guess if you're looking for bright side to all this you can get some cheap flights but of course that comes with a cost the.

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"john sense" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Enterprise to to try to help kids develop news have no that's right next that's our growing Piper with the college fix I interviewed you twenty years ago as a college journalism it's nice to see you again I want to ask you about business models because it seems like a lot of problems in journalism is simply the way that you make money on it it does not produce good journalism what what do you see as kind of a path for what are some that maybe people don't think it's much for out of journalism in the United States has had many different models originally you'd see newspaper say in the seventeen hundreds or early eighteen hundreds who would be funded by a board of of getting calls of crimes the time the patrons and so forth Vetr became an advertising based model you've got circulation people sell those people to the odds it's returning right now really to to the earlier model of five donors funders and nonprofit organizations very often and you know the the publications that don't have they don't even either have one big sugar Daddy or a lot of small ones are in trouble and the big sugar Daddy has its own state of John sense of problems I mean with Bezos and The Washington Post and so forth that's that's trouble much better to have a widely diversified a group of donors and that's that's basically what what world is doing now we actually have we have more money coming from donations and from subscriptions or advertising or anything like that and that's actually what I'm recommending to people there are there are two people who graduated from from our versions too who are now who have set up their own publications one in a small city in California and one trying to make it in a big city in Austin providing alternative and yeah I believe they are they are either in or will you be moving towards a non profit model with for donors and if you have a lot to donors than you are you are free from having to be entangling alliance of having to follow one particular person or small group of people saying such our goal to have to have diversified giving but that means you have to show people in the community that's worth doing what's important and and you know here on our roads and everything and you'll be all here you know this for support world radio I don't know why NPR's are models of reasoning NPR's mostly listen supported some government money still and they do such a first class structure what they do from their world view we try the world everything if you listen to it it's it's it's NPR like as opposed to sort of Topshop container more kind of Christian radio and such if I could just ask a follow up on that and then we'll go down here I'm certainly the the daily signal has a similar model and so is the heritage foundation are our broad base of support allows us to you know have that financial independence to the policy research but also the reporting on those tough issues that my question for you is you have been energy's long enough to see that the changes in terms of distribution of of the content social media obviously plays a big bunch of bigger role significant role today how have you been able to adapt and as you said in your your talk grow what world I'm in this in this time when it seems that many use legacy news organizations are struggling yeah the question Manda yeah I'm not very good at it number thinking of when I came to Washington as a as a young guy and I'm an old guy now and I'm just behind the curve I was yesterday I was talking with one of our our world Mr people and saying Hey look at Facebook and we really need to refresh that it's a little the stuff we have there and you know we have people of time for this costume something look fake they need to see a face but he said no I mean yeah we still have our Facebook thing that's not that's not most of what we do and then he gave me the names of the couple of the things that you know some things I have heard of like Instagram and so forth and then there was one I hadn't heard of so what we do is we have we have some young people who know stuff I tend I still tend to like email which is you know the way god made it as opposed to something else so yeah I'm just an old an old email program at this point there's another part of your project yeah I just I I just wondered you know I I yeah yeah that sounds about right here and that was on the after moreover Lasky author of reforming journalism being joined by Robert Louis of heritage foundation for the Q. and a L. Milliken a media biblically and as a Christian how have you viewed and covered the impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton and now the impeachment of Donald John trump that's not saying that's a really interesting question and I the question of enormous interest to about two thousand of our readers who and twenty sixteen sent me complaining letters we we said we said in in twenty sixteen that we considered both our current our president and Hillary Clinton unfit to be president and in saying that about Donald Trump we're basically saying that he just he just had not shown the the character that we hope to present would show in his previous just an offer we we we did not seem to be a person in careful control of his emotions which also is useful to have any any leader and the other thing that the plan I'm actually I'm actually surprised that other trump has been as conservatives he has I really didn't expect that either so so basically we we said there are there are both unfair we had one cover with Hillary Clinton with the the grim reaper wearing a button I'm with her and then we had another cover interning trump and we had a smaller inside picture of the cover we've done twenty years of horror on Bill Clinton and basically we had we had thought that Clinton should resign from office we were we weren't all help on impeaching him as such because because you know depending on what is the definition of impeachment but we hope he would he would do an honorable thing and and and resign from office and we figured that since we did that with a with a Democrat we should try to apply the same standard the Donald Trump and he did not show the character either now that was then and I as you can imagine I got the other two thousand angry letters from our subscribers we lost some subscriptions with us every time but this is something that everyone in our staff well I mean I yeah we we all we all discuss this wanted read with that and we have a wonderful publisher who knew the cost and and said yeah go for it we did I still feel that I don't micro level Donald trump is unfit to be president just in terms of of me not so much current character questions but just the way he reacts to things and and you know from what from what people who who knows some things you know about just his his decision making process but that's on a micro level and I tend to in a minute I haven't written about this so I'm still thinking through but but here's here's where I'm going you know there's the strange looking microeconomics macroeconomics which is very useful distinction in talking about something like evolution people make a distinction between micro evolution not revolution that's also useful distinction my in my view trump trump remains micro unfit but macro again with us there are some differences we we have within them speaking cutting for others a world as well as myself but for overall is doing a pretty decent job in a very tough environment so this leaves me and a certain had difficulty what we're doing is we're not making any costly for Nelson for going issue by issue report a report and we're probably been about the fifty fifty trump we're not we're not part of of of of the of the cheerleading roles in our part of the of the rampant ambitious attacking the clothes on you know is a very hard job is the presence of all of us we respect him as president we and so far as the president's chief job these days is in some ways to be nominated entries he's done a good job of that normally in spring corporate throw throughout the judicial system so you shoot a lot of some of the regulations based on whatever our wants the church to be very so yeah we're just we're just we just want to continue reporting actions primarily not just words raising a lot of good actions his hand and weather will make any work or they're all making a general statement I'm still not quite sure what the it's it's it's a tough situation I am currently not I never was in a still not part of the never Trumpers because just like ever is a long time never is a long time so you know in the in the people who got who think that the people who love there's there's one Christian leaders referred to Donald Trump is the greatest Christian present ever I disagree with that I also disagree with people say is the worst president ever to have had a lot of love far worse ones I am an account of four inch android in a way one of the things you have here in Washington we have a front row seat at the circus which is not responding journalist and and I kind of enjoy the status trumps trump tweeting so yeah I I I'm not giving you a good answer because him staggering around here hello what would you say since you asked the question I'm curious to see what your I I think I yeah I was a never Trumper who now thanks I agree with much of what with what he's done but yeah I also believe he really isn't morally or temperamentally unfit for the presidency no the the the problem is that basically we just felt the way of the world I mean I felt and and and our other people editorial people World Health era that has a magazine we need to be even handed basically so we didn't tell people who to vote for and I certainly did not tell anyone who voted for trump I I did not say you're wrong to do that I think it's a mistake to to be again calling calling in the grace Christian president but it was a very hard decision with Google people American will be actually maybe not as hard as this time since the democratic party's move so far to the left but depending on who they nominate I think it's quite likely that they that they will nominate a person who is charming macro on set the president and perhaps Michael as well.

"john sense" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on KCRW

"A Thursday edition starts at three it's eight fifty one this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm Rachel Martin a Los Angeles art show called cowboy stories has no horse or any towels the campus is show Latino men in worn out jeans boots and cowboy hats staring at viewers and here's Susan Stamberg went to meet the artist and a few of his models you think this looks like you Hey yes I don't know and I kind of got a menu to ease my eyes his many famous eyes are clearly that the Honduran model is Francisco Milka the interpreter another model is Gabrielle Barak has from Mexico your cheeks are bigger and soft you look older there then you look in real life well as I guess he is I may we the LA times says the artist Johnson sini from New York quote may be the greatest portrait painter in the country at sunset he says he's not making portraits he's out to capture the presence of the person he's painting I find that the presence of the sitter frees me up in a mysterious sort of way it loosens his brush strokes in confidence dashes of oil paint the men come alive on his canvases years ago since any found inspiration in LA's Koreatown day laborers hoping for work sun sini thought to paint a few of them and felt he had found his subject here's what we look for in a man he approach someone who's got a dynamic physical presence does it mean the person's necessarily attractive or not although I think my attitude is I've never painted anyone I didn't think was beautiful they look uneasy though in the pictures is if they're not used to posing for photographs let alone paintings some of the workers were puzzled when sensing the ask them to model for him this professorial looking Italian American with the salt and pepper beard wanting to paint them Gabrielle Berossus who started as a model and became the artist's long time partner says a few of the men didn't quite understand they always feeling that they are going to paint a house nope different kind of painting and the money was good John told them he would pay thirty dollars an hour five hours a day five days a week and they had to commit to five weeks of work beats putting up drywall or hauling trash Barak has was on scene he's only model for five years he loved it very excited and so but I sent them ease was made the team the little something into it arts in their twenty four years together over I has has introduced son sini too many models some have become friends like Francisco Melgar sensing his painted him some twenty five times he is the one with the round face in real life slimmer on the campus Melgaard considers posing a job but it does take its toll he was complaining that he feels he Attica pains heal one sciatica in his legs from standing in one position for so long on the other hand he's been immortalized hung on the walls of collectors and museums that doesn't seem so important to Mel car I asked about how his friends react to his modeling they feel very happy by the mall seeing that he is making was mine painter John sensing he's not doing badly either at the veal matter gallery in LA his large canvases costs seventy five thousand dollars ten thousand for the smaller ones in the current climate people sometimes see themes of immigration migration in his work man leaving home toiling for money to send back to their families separation for sustenance sun seeming denies it his art he says is not political I definitely am not trying to make statements how do you see it then what are you doing making paintings making paintings in Los Angeles I'm Susan Stamberg NPR news so the group's Grady Poletti started off in the nineteen seventies as a punk band with lyrics inspired by Marxism by the eighties they had a.

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"john sense" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on KCRW

"And it's for the cloudy fifty in downtown Los Angeles Thomas for fifty one you're listening to morning edition on KCRW this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm Rachel Martin a Los Angeles art show called cowboy stories has no horse or any towels the campus is show Latino men in worn out jeans boots and cowboy hats staring at viewers and here's Susan Stamberg went to meet the artist and a few of his models you think this looks like you say yes I don't nine I got a I got a menu to ease my eyes his many famous Isola clearly that the Honduran model is Francisco Milka the interpreter another model is Gabrielle Barak has from Mexico your cheeks are bigger and softer you look older there then you look in real life well as I guess he is a may we the LA times says the artist Johnson sini from New York quote may be the greatest portrait painter in the country but sensing he says he's not making portraits he's out to capture the presence of the person he's painting I find that the presence of the sitter frees me up in a mysterious sort of way it loosens his brush strokes in confidence dashes of oil paint the men come alive on his canvases years ago since any found inspiration in LA's Koreatown day laborers hoping for work sun sini thought to paint a few of them and felt he had found his subject here's what we look for in a man he approach someone who's got a dynamic physical presence doesn't mean the person's necessarily attractive or not although I think my attitude is I've never painted anyone I didn't think was beautiful they look uneasy though in the pictures is if they're not used to posing for photographs let alone paintings some of the workers were puzzled when sensing the ask them to model for him this professorial looking Italian American with the salt and pepper beard wanting to paint them Gabrielle Berossus who started as a model and became the artist's long time partner says a few of the men didn't quite understand they always feeling that they are going to paint a house nope different kind of painting and the money was good John told them he would pay thirty dollars an hour five hours a day five days a week and they had to commit to five weeks of work beats putting up drywall or holding tranche Barak has was on scene he's only model for five years he loved it very excited and so but I sent into me ease was made the team the little something into it arts in their twenty four years together over I has has introduced sense any to many models some have become friends like Francisco Melgar sensing his painted him some twenty five times he is the one with the ram face in real life slimmer on the campus Melgaard considers posing a job but it does take its toll he was complaining that he feels he Attica pains heal one sciatica in his legs from standing in one position for so long on the other hand he's been immortalized hung on the walls of collectors and museums that doesn't seem so important to Mel car I asked about how his friends react to his modeling they feel very happy by the mall seeing that he's making with money painter John sensing he's not doing badly either at the veil matter gallery in LA his large canvases costs seventy five thousand dollars ten thousand for the smaller ones in the current climate people sometimes see themes of immigration migration in his work man leaving home toiling for money to send back to their families separation for sustenance sun seeming denies it his art he says is not political I definitely am not trying to make statements how do you see it then what are you doing making paintings making paintings in Los Angeles I'm Susan Stamberg NPR news so the group's Grady Poletti started off in the nineteen seventies as a punk band with lyrics inspired by Marxism by the eighties they have.

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Los Angeles: Artist Says His Portraits Of Day Laborers Are Paintings — Not Statements

Morning Edition

04:13 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles: Artist Says His Portraits Of Day Laborers Are Paintings — Not Statements

"A Los Angeles art show called cowboy stories has no horse or any towels the campus is show Latino men in worn out jeans boots and cowboy hats staring at viewers and here's Susan Stamberg went to meet the artist and a few of his models you think this looks like you say yes I don't nine I got a I got a menu to ease my eyes his many famous Isola clearly that the Honduran model is Francisco Milka the interpreter another model is Gabrielle Barak has from Mexico your cheeks are bigger and softer you look older there then you look in real life well as I guess he is a may we the LA times says the artist Johnson sini from New York quote may be the greatest portrait painter in the country but sensing he says he's not making portraits he's out to capture the presence of the person he's painting I find that the presence of the sitter frees me up in a mysterious sort of way it loosens his brush strokes in confidence dashes of oil paint the men come alive on his canvases years ago since any found inspiration in LA's Koreatown day laborers hoping for work sun sini thought to paint a few of them and felt he had found his subject here's what we look for in a man he approach someone who's got a dynamic physical presence doesn't mean the person's necessarily attractive or not although I think my attitude is I've never painted anyone I didn't think was beautiful they look uneasy though in the pictures is if they're not used to posing for photographs let alone paintings some of the workers were puzzled when sensing the ask them to model for him this professorial looking Italian American with the salt and pepper beard wanting to paint them Gabrielle Berossus who started as a model and became the artist's long time partner says a few of the men didn't quite understand they always feeling that they are going to paint a house nope different kind of painting and the money was good John told them he would pay thirty dollars an hour five hours a day five days a week and they had to commit to five weeks of work beats putting up drywall or holding tranche Barak has was on scene he's only model for five years he loved it very excited and so but I sent into me ease was made the team the little something into it arts in their twenty four years together over I has has introduced sense any to many models some have become friends like Francisco Melgar sensing his painted him some twenty five times he is the one with the ram face in real life slimmer on the campus Melgaard considers posing a job but it does take its toll he was complaining that he feels he Attica pains heal one sciatica in his legs from standing in one position for so long on the other hand he's been immortalized hung on the walls of collectors and museums that doesn't seem so important to Mel car I asked about how his friends react to his modeling they feel very happy by the mall seeing that he's making with money painter John sensing he's not doing badly either at the veil matter gallery in LA his large canvases costs seventy five thousand dollars ten thousand for the smaller ones in the current climate people sometimes see themes of immigration migration in his work man leaving home toiling for money to send back to their families separation for sustenance sun seeming denies it his art he says is not political I definitely am not trying to make statements how do you see it then what are you doing making paintings making paintings in Los Angeles I'm Susan Stamberg

Los Angeles
"john sense" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Gonna pay for it that's next time on one day Thursday morning forty one degrees currently in Sacramento San Jose at forty six in downtown San Francisco at fifty morning edition time on KQED at four fifty one this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm Rachel Martin a Los Angeles art show called cowboy stories has no horse Warren towels the campus is show Latino men in worn out jeans boots and cowboy hats staring at viewers and here's Susan Stamberg went to meet the artist and a few of his models you think this looks like you Hey yes I don't know and I kind of got a menu to ease my eyes his many famous eyes are clearly the Honduran model is Francisco Milka the interpreter another model is Gabrielle garage has from Mexico your cheeks are bigger and softer you look older there then you look in real life well as I guess he is saying that it was in the LA times says the artist Johnson sini from New York quote may be the greatest portrait painter in that country at sun sini says he's not making portraits he's out to capture the presence of the person he's painting I find that the presence of the sitter frees me up in a mysterious sort of way it loosens his brush strokes in confidence dashes of oil paint the men come alive on his canvases years ago since any found inspiration in LA's Koreatown day laborers hoping for work sun sini thought to paint a few of them and felt he had found his subject here's what we look for in a man he approach someone who's got a dynamic physical presence doesn't mean the person's necessarily attractive or not although I think my attitude is I've never painted anyone I didn't think was beautiful they look uneasy though in the pictures is if they're not used to posing for photographs let alone paintings some of the workers were puzzled when sensing the ask them to model for him this professorial looking Italian American with the salt and pepper beard wanting to paint them Gabrielle Barak has who started as a model and became the artist's long time partner says a few of the men didn't quite understand they always feeling that they are going to paint a house nope different kind of painting and the money was good John told them he would pay thirty dollars an hour five hours a day five days a week and they had to commit to five weeks of work beats putting up drywall or holding tranche borough has was on scene he's only model for five years he loved it very excited and so but I sent them easy was made the team the little something into it arts in their twenty four years together over a has has introduced son sini to many models some have become friends like Francisco Melgar sensing his painted him some twenty five times he's the one with the ram face in real life slimmer on the campus Melgaard considers posing a job but it does take its toll he was complaining that he feels he Attica pains sciatica in his legs from standing in one position for so long on the other hand he's been immortalized hung on the walls of collectors and museums that doesn't seem so important to mail car I asked about how his friends react to his modeling they feel very happy by the mall seeing that he's making his money painter John sensing he's not doing badly either at the veil matter gallery in LA his large canvases costs seventy five thousand dollars ten thousand for the smaller ones in the current climate people sometimes see themes of immigration migration in his work man leaving home toiling for money to send back to their families separation for sustenance sun seeming denies it his art he says is not political I definitely am not trying to make statements how do you see it then what are you doing making paintings making paintings in Los Angeles I'm Susan Stamberg NPR news so the group's Grady Poletti started off in the nineteen seventies as a punk band with lyrics inspired by Marxism by the eighties we had a very different sound.

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"john sense" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"When are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station its management or Beasley media group alright everybody welcome back to the Vegas take sharp inch barrel so glad you could join us and boy it is truly a pleasure to introduce this man on the Vegas take you know him as well celebrity as a TV star you know him from the movies of course he's a former politician and now he's got a new show coming down called judge Jerry that's right the legend himself Jerry Springer thank you so much for being here how are you please don't get up thank he has that sound ground well as my wife says this is the first time in our forty six years of marriage that she's ever seen mine name and honorable in the same sentence I love it yeah I have so much to get to you in a short time go ahead let's start with politics since this is your talk station and are a former politician the mayor tonight that's right what do you what do you make of because listen I bash Donald Trump everyday on the show I can't stand the man personally I think he's a jerk I want to get your opinions on Donald Trump you know yesterday he makes his first campaign stop for two thousand and twenty Orlando what do you make of the circus what do you make of this man and you think at times he embarrasses the country on a world stage well without I'm I'm not interested in attacking him personally but I obviously do not want to miss president and I think he is hurtful to our country because he seems to be opposed to the idea America America at its inception was to be a multi cultural society that was the goal we where there but as noted in the declaration of independence and the documents of the time this was a place where it didn't matter where you are from who your parents were how you pray to god if you paid prayed to god this was a place that you could come and be free and ultimately the statue of liberty became our symbol and and it's been replaced by trump with the concept of a war isn't it and it is just so on American to be picking on various religions to be the alienating of well they're Hispanic there of Mexican they're Muslim their women right it's just on American yes and I think deep down that's what offends us the most and you know we're not going to war over what kind of health policy we have what it did the feeling why did millions of Americans protest on the first day he was president he hadn't yet been president for twenty four hours Brent and millions of people congregated in their towns and cities the next day it was because there was this three year we couldn't yet have been upset but anything he did right it was the fear of what he stood for and we're starting to see that now the disintegration or the up of American institutions every cabinet official he puts in power is to basically dismantle the deck the part of the government that that person is in charge of running the the environment be the justice department of the health whatever it is your job even the defense department we get a we haven't had a defense secretary for nine months now it's like do away with what this government is playing into the hands of our like Russia and in curry and us out of the delivery of North Korea all of these elements in it like who is he working for Jerry this is why you need to run for president okay this is this is why no but but I okay I'll be your president no I was born in England I can't be president well in fact when I finally couldn't be king back in the day though you worked for Robert Kennedy you work for the candy that was my first job question what do you think Robert Kennedy would say about Donald throughout with what most other what I believe rational people say yes right I mean it's it's it's unfathomable what's going on I think we can survive it if this will be a blip in our history but if he's reelected I don't can be very difficult to come back after eight years of this after four years yeah I think we can but eight after eight years we won't be what will happen by pulling out of all the all these arrangements we have with our allies within NATO with a trade agreements by basically turning our backs on our allies and cozying up only to dictators and didn't hire ends that it'll be too late eighteen years down the road right to suddenly say we were only kidding these other countries will have already made their own arrangements point excluding the United States so we are losing our place in this world because no one can trust us anymore I mean I don't know with career yeah and and you know that bit of their nuclear power and obviously there if they can be very irrational and dangerous for why or even a ran why would either country now make a deal with us because as long as Thompson how would you trust it he's already pulled out of every agreement does maintenance so you know we can't have a deal now we we don't have any argument to make I want to ask about this to your former army reservist you served this nation first of all when he goes after somebody like a war hero like John McCain and number two when he dodges the military we all know he did with the bone spurs and that John sense that has to offend somebody like you you served his country honorably what do you think about it I think it it it should offend anyone I mean and I never saw action or anything like that but the people that put their lives on the line for this country what what what do we tell their families first of all of those who didn't make it back that we were only kidding about what your son or daughter died for that when we pretend to be patriots on the fourth of July with the seventh inning stretch of a bowl game sing the national anthem god bless America that we didn't really mean what we say America is supposed to be that it's okay to discriminate that it's suddenly it's okay to take on various religions or races or ethnic groups that we we don't try to help people that need help if then what would we fighting for every country has a pretty national anthem every country has their own heroes what makes America special is what the flag stands for not the material of the flag we don't stand in honor silk we don't stand to honor because G. red white and blue is such pretty colours we stand on a wait here is CNN's for and the people that have Ford and then died for this country to to to spit on the flag by basically spending on everything our country stands for that's untenable I agree and why do we say that's okay with our president no one I don't care how conservative you are how Republican you are how no one raises their child and says when you grow up I want you to be like Donald Trump at your side me that is the truth I ask people online a tax policy on watch your kid to behave like Donald Trump I say that all the time what kind of you know models the setting for for other and what kind of role model and why yeah why do we think the presidency is so insignificant that our country Nunes nothing that it's okay to have a president who are absolutely right if you just joining us for speak with Jerry Springer is got a new show coming up called judge Jerry all right now that we've talked a little bit another about Donald Trump let's try to have a little bit of fun here you know you've done so many amazing things in your life but did you ever think that we would say to this day that you would have one of the highest rated ever talk shows in the history of television there's not many people that could say that Ryan you had it well I'd like to formally apologize no I think my show room the code yeah but no but it's it's you know you you want to say it's ninety nine percent plus but truthfully it's a hundred percent lock up there are so many really talented people I mean I think I'm a nice guy and reasonably bright but they're people that are talented and I'm not what you would call talented you don't believe that do you why are you really believe you're not talented I think I'm smart and I I I think I'm nice and that gets you a long way but you know I'm not particularly talented no you you go dark with the you know you go to Hollywood or you go and see these people that are great actors great singers great dancers great violin players piano player but you do want a strand athletes you when you went to step back and let trashy PLB entertain that deal that's a skill but I never thought I was talented no one picked me in high school into boy like it's going to be in show business for you I'll be there in high school by the way I wasn't known in high school you weren't known you realize might fight lived in my I grew up in New York in an apartment building and my best friends with the five guys that lived in the same apartment building as as I did and we went to school together and but no one knew me in high school now and then no one knew me much in college I as I said it I did well in school and and and got good jobs but I got lucky every the only job I ever applied for in life was to be mayor because you had a run right at that and you were successful the job was offered to me I was recruited out a law school by law firm and then after I was mayor I was recruited by NBC to anchor their news for Cincinnati after I was doing the news for ten years I was hired to take Phil Donnie's place I didn't audition I didn't try out credible every job judge Jerry they can get NBC came to me right as much as I was stopping my show I'm seventy five they said would you consider doing a judge show and so it's like it just one it's pure luck what is going through your mind when your on a show and you see two trashy people going at it with one another are you saying to yourself in your head wow this is great television are you saying oh my god I can't believe I'm doing this like what is going through mind when you see some of the the the craziest things you've seen on the Jerry Springer show number one do I remember when my with the bank is I know what.

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"john sense" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"K. on Twitter here's a chance to redeem yourself follow him now John King key I really love it when you do I love getting interacted with you and I love it when fans get all my favorite one is the the guy and I don't know who I I don't I'm not calling him out and just tell you that I responded to a John sense anything against Georgia getting penalized became K. by not dismantling their opponent did you even watch the a and M. game yes John but unlike you I didn't watch it with the Georgia the bias I watch the game objectively because I didn't have a dog DA W. G. in the fight like you did yes how many weeks do we have to make the excuse for George and Oklahoma that well I mean George in Oklahoma we have to like a give them the they're winning they're winning first of all both with a band Los George is worse George is at home bad loss George is lost at home that's a bad loss to South Carolina and we're gonna see a national championship contender in Clemson we're gonna let them show us how bad that loss actually is this past this upcoming weekend and the committee should take note take note of it how bad that loss gonna be we'll find out I am not gonna make for pics right that was the rule rule right last week I went to into that's the rule so I did not have so I haven't had a how about this since one eleven I haven't had a losing week but I have to make up two more weeks where I have to make a bonus pick because of the fact that I struggled out of the gate I was again one of eleven to start this year I am fourteen sixteen and one now so I am one three and weekend three one we can excuse me I'm one three one weekend from finding my way to five hundred which by the way right now would be an absolute I mean they'll be tremendous turnaround because it looks bad we actually talked about ending this segment Anthony Scott the man said no we will not be any the segment you will be forced gonna be forced to go on out there and make a fool of yourself you have to do it because you're gonna you're gonna go out there to bash yourself if that's going to be the case wow that's why I was terrible I was terrible to start the year but now I'm trying to clean it up let's get to my three things plus one that you can't miss this weekend.

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"john sense" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Miserably clever by half and blow up in only I'm not sure that's amplified the effect it's going the to have problem look I don't and think now these the people Senate have a sympathetic Republicans agenda are out doing the same thing the these turtles four out there he's saying and I don't think look they too Democrats much and of America got so much there anti are very semitism sympathetic rolling characters to that party we don't even and know how to I keep think track of that it anymore you know in that John sense soon so is now just moved if to this the drives microphone them and into so Nancy the Democrats Pelosi's in arms the house and the Senate his I theory guarantee may you I they're have trying some to limit water the but damage I'm not sure anything at done all by of that's the media what's going to happen because it's the media the other thing claiming about it trump is of is course a well from it's from the mark Democrats for so blind leveling so crude the charge the media so xenophobic echoing of that these tweets SO were nativist ray say students access is that and it bigoted opens up the charms he's and a racist the the Democrats all right so brit Hume basically jumping thinks all that over there's that no other way Republicans that my out theory trying to point could out be true because trump's it not smart was none enough to conceive of it that at all trump just he can't keep that their aunts and there a turtle and dance not no said way look yeah everybody they're gonna happen we need I just to turn too small down the temperature here a little bit that's we what need too to clever lower by half trump the temperature couldn't put on all something of like this this together are there you kidding isn't going me to the temperature is it gonna get lowered and this now thing he is thinks going to have a life that span that of three trump or four is days inadvertently then something unified else is the Democrats going to happen to replace it with and his we're remarks going to be blunt on crude this emotional xenophobic roller coaster of up and down nativist mad it angry opens up then the re charge leave thinking that he okay is that's over moving on a and racist something else then is later going to happen Bret it's going Baier to be manufactured went to Chris stirewalt is the political the director if if at fox if news in here is even that by the response Rush Limbaugh the something mentioned has this to earlier be that we played the sound manufactured bite what about that the but embrace this that is will what I happen find humorous of everybody the squad in Washington Le by Mans Nancy Pelosi the partisanship and everybody else when they will be then empowered laments in our the stress current terrible and political worries culture victim about I how could fever as a pitch president to demonstrates everything himself is victimhood no we need is the greatest to currency talk the best now we thing need that you can make to in American start politics showing today people is a victim of Washington that you can can work claim we grievance need to be they able have grievance across to claim the this aisle gives them and clout of course now they get a reset they get it's a do just over a never ending no repeating that's what's cycle in the it political features system now there's no doubt but how changes bout how solution does this plan and the was reason a grievance is play because with the American this is people not about compromise are getting along this is yeah everybody a is relying on the Democrats cut the media throat this is everybody's battle relying for on the the politics kind of grievance of country this being is accepted going to end by up a majority being of the going American forward understanding that's what the this grievance battle feeling sympathetic these are high from agreements stakes feeling sorry for people and thus accepting the hano mark and I was out of jail yes court date is and to leave it and the rest of the I have no doubt the Democrat party has become the party of grievance the party of victimhood star what believes this is going to launch them to to victory because there's no greater currency than being a victim and specially being a victim of Donald Trump but I just we'll find out I just I don't know that that necessarily represents the majority of voters will be back.

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"john sense" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Antonio speaking of sexy liberals. Hello. Good morning, everyone. What I do when I hear it infrastructure week all the lights and I hide. Scary thing it's. Every time every time. Scare. I don't think Nancy Pelosi trying to manipulate anybody at, I think she's different serious person. Yeah. She she doesn't respect him his office. He can't control her. He lashes, anybody can't control. He doesn't know what to do with strong smart woman that he can't pay off. And he even James, call me or anybody that has any integrity at all any of these people. He gets lashes out at them. Right through him. Yeah. Yeah. No. He he it's just a thing of beauty. She just like he just. Yes. In other avoid just as news. Donald Trump junior expressed frustration over demands that he reappeared before the Senate intelligence committee, saying, he, he was fully cleared of any wrongdoing after thirty hours of testimony nonsense that they don't have the power to clear you of wrongdoing. Right. Those that didn't happen. Now then they clear you wrongdoing, they're not judges. Young roy. Yes. Colt. You just tell the police, it's nonsense if you ever get in trouble for anything this is John sense. I've answered your question officer. Yeah. Was speeding. I said, yes. Can I go this done get the app nonsense? Get the white boy Justice app. Now. Get caught method chosen..

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"john sense" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And he taught his, his approach to building trust with people and bringing love into the workplace Bill Campbell was an American football coach who went onto to some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley. But what can high-performance sports teach the world of business? I tracked a numbers of the people that played when I played and virtually every one of them that left Tennyson either went into business if they went into business, they became multimillionaires. That's all here in business. Daily from the BBC. Steve Jobs, Larry page says Britain's Cheryl Sandberg there will big names in Silicon Valley. All of them associated with successful big tech firms less. Well known is that they also shared the same mental a former American football coach Bill Campbell. Bill Campbell was no household name. He worked behind the scenes. He didn't like the spotlight but many of silicon valley's leading figures, will readily admit that they own a huge debt, his a snippet of Bill Campbell. Speaking on Fox News back in twenty eleven my I always say this, I fired more people for attitude and behavior than I ever have for performance. You've gotta have that really care about the outcome. The total outcomes the outcome. Bill Campbell died several years ago. But two of Google's top executives are intent on keeping his legacy alive. When it comes to management style so much. So they've written a book about him called the. The trillion dollar coach uses Eric Schmidt. The former chairman of Google and Jonathan Rosenberg Fula, senior vice president of products that Google, both remain advises to the company, they spoke to my colleague at Butler, Eric Schmidt. I in Google case John Doerr who had recruited me to the to the us. One thousand one called me up and said, I'd like you to Bill be your coach. And I said, I don't need a coach. I mean, after all cheese, I have all this experience. I have all these young people running around I know exactly what to do. And he said, no, no. He'd be helpful it. No, no. I don't really need to coach, you know, I'm like, you got me, you got all the expertise. I don't really need to listen somebody else. Plus, I have all these young people have to deal with. And so, John said to tennis players have coaches and I said, yes, they do but thinking about it for a bit. Well, the tennis players are better than the coaches and John sensing an opportunity to pounds, said, coaching is different. And at that point, I realized he was right. And he had an argument, so then I met with Bill, and it was very clear that Bill would help me personally, as well as the corporation and from that moment, there was no question we ultimately had Bill participate in our staff, meetings, he helped manage the board. He was doing. We found out later exactly the same thing at apple at exa-. At the same time. Wow. At the same time at the same time as well as Intuit and at Twitter and a number of other companies that's scary that one guy, literally. They're in the highest room at the same time with all of these presumably, potential rival well. In fact, this is why we call him a trillion dollar coach. He is by far the most successful coach in history. It's probably two trillion dollar coach and as a American football coach. He wasn't that's acceptable. But there was something about the skills of coaching identification of talent motivation of people that was needed and to amplify Jonathan's point. Remember that, these companies are run by impossibly young people. They're certainly incredibly talented talented, but they don't necessarily know everything. But they all think they do their engineers, or tech technology, people or analytical in one way. So perhaps they're optimized in, in one way and they're not so good in others, but nobody's perfect Bill was not an engineer. And in most of these companies built didn't weigh in on the strategy or the tactics. And in fact, he was famously quoted where he would come into product managers at Intuit when he was running. Things, and he would tell them don't go order, the engineers around telling them what to do. Bill really appreciated. The fact that engineers who are presented with a problem can build a product that solves the problem. And he wanted the product managers to go share the market data share the customer's needs, but not dictate in a product plan, what the engineers should build. No longer with us. He post away in two thousand sixteen and I guess he'd he'd moved on anyway by that stage. How has Google moved on without? Well, I'd say we miss him every day. And the company is done fine. But the lessons that he taught are still applicable, whenever you face a problem. Bill would say is figure out who the knowledgeable, people are people that the best thinking and put them in charge of making a recommendation to make that decision timely fashion. I think these lessons are, are time variant do other start ups nowadays have come. She's in the same way. There are many who've asked for a Bill of coach. But there we've only found one Bill Campbell and he's no longer with us up Bill level coach, one of our arguments in the book is that you may not be able to find Bill Campbell. But you may be able to adopt some of his principles in your own corporation, and this generation of startups are under impossibly higher pressure than we were the amount of time that's required and the number of losses shareholder pressure. The investor pressure. Everything's a pressure cooker just because it's a more crowded more crowded world in, because the internet has made time time became shorter, right? You have you're always late, and there's always a competitor. It's much tougher than it was twenty fifteen or even ten years ago. And so there's a tendency in that kind of pressure cooker situation to precisely violate bills principle. Which were the human, I the feelings, I the sort of personal motivation. I and so what we hope we'll do people will read this book, and we'll actually say, I need to take ten minutes before I have this big argument over this product to talk to the person about who they are what they aspire to after all they can always quick. One extra thing. One loss thing to say about we'll Bill was managing it was a big team. I mean, Google was always a multiplayer team at the highest level, right? It was being run by several people, and perhaps it always needed. One guy standing back looking at the bowl and how they related to each other. Well, that was the role that he played, and one of the reasons that he strongly espoused maintaining a functional organization, all the way until we were forty fifty billion dollars in revenue, which most people thought was not possible. Bill would show up in that meeting and what he would teach is the each of the functional heads, Iran product management at somebody who Allen used this, ran engineering. We had somebody else who runs. Marketing and HR you come into that room and you take your functional hat off. And you put the company had on and Bill would observe the people in the room, while Eric was running the meeting. And after the meeting if he saw you failed to put your company had on or put your team ahead of another team, he would correct, you and I think in a fast moving collaborative environment. That's even more critical and that's the type of environment that you happen in the valley and, and here when he arrived at Google was still at a time when it felt like a startup was very much a roster here rive the company had essentially, no cash revenue is growing very, very quickly. But the company was expanding very quickly. He showed up at around tutor and fifty employees. When you have a coach who's of an evangelist for courage as we refer to him in the book. It's much, much easier to be open to taking on much, much more aggressive challenges, and I think that's something that we still have today. I think the other thing that we have is in some of the newer and more innovative areas. We still have small teams and we believe that small teams can do great things. So as we've grown some of the teams have necessarily become larger, but many of the more innovative teams still looked like they did when we were startled Jonathan Rosenberg fool Messina, vice president of products at Google and Eric Schmidt, the former champion of Google. Speaking to my colleague, Ed Butler at also spoke to them about Google's increasing dominance, and those accusations search engine is now affect the monopoly, and we'll be broadcasting that part of as interview with in a business daily edition. Coming up next week's stay tuned for that this, it's worth bearing in mind that there is a recognized overlap between sportsmanship and business. Take doctor Allen, folks. He was a world class tennis player in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies wom- point he ranked number fool. And the United States these days, he works as a broadcaster, writer and lecturer. Tennis at the time was not a not a professional sport Willer. There was a professional sport to it. But it was small all the big term Wimbledon so forth where amateur. And so all of us were going to go do something else run a business, or become a lawyer or what have you. And I tracked a numbers of the people that played when I played and virtually every one of them that left Tennyson either went into business if they went into business became multimillionaires, virtually down to the last, which say, all, but I would say ninety percent became wealthy, they were educated. Of course, they went to college, and, but it was their strength of purpose and the things that made them good tennis, they work harder than other people. They wanna win. And so they're going to stay late. And they're going to keep their eyes open is a very sensitive to what works. They see something some strategies, some method that works better than some other method. And they're very quick to change. Change, and adopt. What works better tennis champion that Dr uninformed? Well, it's not just tennis players. Of course, the former Heinz chief executive Tony O'Reilly used to play rugby for Ireland, Meg Whitman, the former CEO of Hewlett Packard and EBay was a member of the Princeton university's lacrosse and squash teams, the corporate world counts, many professional and semi professional sports people, including this one when that feeling came, you get a big fright in really worried, and frightened. That you're.

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"john sense" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:28 min | 3 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And he taught us his approach to building trust with people and bringing love into the workplace they'll camp bell was an American football coach who went on to some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley. But what can high-performance sports teach the world of business? I tracked a numbers of the people that played when I played in virtually every one of them that left Tennyson either went into business if they went into business, they became multimillionaires. That's all here in business. Daily from the BBC. Steve jobs. Larry page says brings Sheryl Sandberg there will big names in Silicon Valley. All of them associated with successful big tech firms, well, less well-known, is that they also shared the same mental a former American football. Coach Bill Cambone camp. Camp out was no household name he would behind the scenes. He didn't like the spotlight but many of silicon valley's leading figures, will readily admit that they owe a huge debt. Here's a snippet of Bill Campbell. Speaking on Fox News back in twenty eleven my I always say this, I have five more people for attitude and behavior than I ever have for performance. You've got to have that really care about the outcome the total outcomes the outcome. Well Bill can't build died several years ago, but two of Google's top executives are intent on keeping his legacy alive. When it comes to management style so much. So they've written a book about him called the trillion dollar coach. You says Eric Schmidt, the former chairman of Google and Jonathan Rosenberg. A former senior vice president of products at Google them both remain advisers to the company. They spoke to my colleague at Butler, Eric Schmidt. I in Google case John Doerr, who had recruited me to, to the, this one thousand one called me up and said, I'd like you to have Bill be your coach. And I said, I don't need a coach. I mean, after all on a big cheese, I have all this experience. I have all these young people running around I know exactly what to do. And he said, no, no. He'd be helpful. I said, no, no. I don't really need to coach, you know, I'm like, you got me, you got all the expertise. I don't really need to listen to somebody else. Plus, I have all these young people have to deal with. And so, John said to tennis players have coaches and I said. Yes, they do but thinking about it for a bit. Well, the tennis players are better than the coaches and John sensing an opportunity to pounds, said, coaching is different. And at that point, I realized he was right. And he had an argument, so then I met with Bill, and it was very clear. They Bill would help me personally, as well as the corporation and from that moment, there was no question we ultimately had Bill participate in our staff, meetings, he helped manage the board. He was doing. We found out later exactly the same thing at apple at exactly the same time. Wow. At the same time at the same time as well as at Intuit and at Twitter and a number of other companies that's almost scary that one guy, literally there in the highest room. All of these presumably, potential rivals. Well, in fact, this is why we call him a trillion dollar coach. He is by far the most successful coach in history. It's probably two trillion dollar coach and as a American football coach. He wasn't that successful. But there was something about the skills of coaching identification of talent motivation of people that was needed and to amplify Jonathan's point. Remember that, these companies are run by impossibly young people. They're certainly incredibly talented talented, but they don't necessarily know everything. But they all think they do their engineers, or tech technology, people or analytical in one way. So perhaps they're optimized in, in one way and they're not so good in others, but nobody's perfect Bill was not an engineer. And in most of these companies built didn't weigh in on the strategy or the tactics. And in fact, he was famously quoted where he would come into product managers at Intuit when he was running things, and he would tell them don't go. Order the engineers around telling them what to do. Bill really appreciated. The fact that engineers who are presented with a problem can build a product that solves the problem. And he wanted the product managers to share the market data share the customer's needs, but not dictate in a product plan, what the engineers should build. No longer with us. He passed away in two thousand sixteen and I guess he'd he'd moved on anyway by that stage. How has Google moved on without him. Well, I'd say we miss him every day. And the company is done fine. But the lessons that he taught are still applicable. Whenever you face a problem. Bill would say is figure out who the knowledgeable, people are people that the best thinking and put them in charge of making a recommendation and make that decision to do in timely fashion. I think these lessons are, are time variant do other startups nowadays have countries in the same way there are many who have asked for a Bill coach. But there we've only found one Bill Campbell and he's no longer with us Bill level, coach, one of our arguments in the book is that you may not be able to find Bill Campbell, but you may be able to adopt some of his principles in your own corporation. And this generation of start ups are under impossibly higher pressure than we were the amount of time that's required and the number of losses shareholder pressure. The investor pressure. Everything's a pressure cooker just because it's the more crowded more crowded world. And because the internet has made time time became shorter, right? You have note you're always late, and there's always a competitor. It's much tougher than it was twenty fifteen or even ten years ago. And so there's a tendency in that kind of pressure cooker situation to precisely violate those principles. Which were the human, I the feelings, I the sort of personal motivation. I and so what we hope we'll do is people will read this book, and we'll actually say, I need to take ten minutes before I have this big argument over this product to talk to the person about who they are what they aspire to after all they can always quit. I suppose one extra thing. One loss thing to say about what Bill was managing. It was a big team. I mean, Google was always a multi-player team at the highest level, right? It was being run by several people, and perhaps it always needed. One guy standing back looking at the bowl and how they related to each other. Well, that was the role that he played, and one of the reasons that he strongly espoused maintaining a functional organization, all the way until we were forty fifty billion dollars in revenue, which most people thought was not possible. Bill would show up in that meeting and what he would teach is the each of the functional heads, Iran product management. We had somebody who Allen used this who ran engineering. We had somebody else who runs. Marketing and HR you come into that room and you take your functional off. And you put the company had on and Bill would observe the people in the room, while Eric was running the meeting. And after the meeting if he saw you failed to put your company hat on or put your team ahead of another team he would correct you. And I think in a fast moving collaborative environment. That's even more critical and that's the type of environment that you have in the valley and here when he arrived at Google was still at a time when it felt like a startup it was very much a roster arrive. The company had essentially, no cash revenue was growing very, very quickly. But the company was expanding very quickly. He showed up at around tutoring, fifty employees. When you have a coach who's an evangelist for courage as we refer to him in the book. It's much, much easier to be open to taking on much, much more aggressive challenges, and I think that's something that we still have today. I think the other thing that we have is in some of the newer and more innovative areas we still have small teams and we believe that small teams can do great things. So as we've grown some of the teams have necessarily become larger, but many of the more innovative team still looked like they did when we were a startup. Jonathan Rosenberg Fulmer, senior vice president of products at Google. Eric Schmidt, the former chairman of Google. Speaking to my colleague, Ed Butler at also spoke to them about Google's increasing dominance and accusations of the search engine is now actively a monopoly, and we'll be broadcasting that part of as interview with them in a business daily edition coming up next week. So say stay tuned for that. It's worth bearing in mind that there is a recognized overlap between sportsmanship and business. Take doctor Allen, folks. He was a world class tennis player in the nineteen sixties in one thousand nine hundred seventy s at one point he ranked number four and the United States these days, he works as a broadcaster, writer, and lecturer, tennis at the time was not a not a professional sport. Will there was a professional sport to it? But it was small all the big tournaments Wimbledon so forth. We're amateur. And so all of us were going to go do something else run a business, or become a lawyer or what have you. And I tracked a numbers of the people that played when I played and virtually every one of them that left Tennyson either went into business if they went into business, they became multimillionaires virtually down to the last. Say all, but I would say ninety percent became wealthy, they were educated. Of course, they went to college, and, but it was their strength of purpose and the things that made them good tennis. But they work harder than other people. They want to win. And so they're going to stay late, and they're going to keep their eyes open is a very sensitive to what works if they see something some strategies, some method that works better than some other method. And they're very quick to change, and adopt what works better tennis champion that Dr unin, folks. Well, it's not just tennis players. Of course, the former Heinz chief executive Tony O'Reilly used to play rugby for Ireland Meg Whitman, the former CEO of Hewlett Packard and EBay was a member of the Princeton university's lacrosse and squash teams, the corporate world counts, many former professional and semi professional sports people, including this one when that.

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"john sense" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

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"john sense" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Did missions scandal line? Lisa lacerra, Fox News. A Los Angeles judge has ruled actress Felicity Huffman can be released on a quarter million dollars bond after arrest this morning. She's just one of fifty people taken into custody in a nationwide college bribery scheme. Actress Laurie Glenn has also been charged. Yes, we I says Lachlan and her fashion designer husband Massimo Ojea newly paid five hundred thousand dollars to have their daughters. Recruited to the university of southern California's crew team, even though the girls had never road and actress Felicity Huffman allegedly paid fifteen thousand dollars to boost her daughters SAT score. And indeed it went up four hundred points. Her husband the actor. William H Macy has not been charged. Many of the suspects are now cooperating including the former Yale women's soccer coach who was paid four hundred thousand dollars for recruiting a girl who never played competitive soccer when she got into hail her parents paid. Liam singer an additional one point five million dollars Sox's trace Gallagher, the ringleader William singer, pled guilty this afternoon to racketeering and other charges. The FAA says the jets are safe even after more and more countries are grounding Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jets after the weekend crash of an Ethiopian Airlines airliner that killed everyone on board. We know that a lot of people in the industry have started to voice concerns about the amount of technology and taking the power out of the hands of the pilots. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders saying it's still early in the investigation as a Senate panel that oversees the Asian issues is reportedly considering holding hearings on the crash and a similar lion. Aircrash last October that also killed everyone onboard, and that's trillion. John sense cardinal. George pals a six years in prison for molesting two choirboys more than twenty.

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"john sense" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"john sense" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

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