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Police: 6 people and assailant dead in Walmart shooting

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Police: 6 people and assailant dead in Walmart shooting

"Another mass shooting in America, this one last night at a Walmart in Virginia where 7 people, including the shooter, are dead according to police. Police say the shooter went into the Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia around 10 p.m. and opened fire officer Leo Kaczynski says they're investigating that person's connection with the store. We're looking into the relationships and all that. He says, when police went into Walmart, they found the shooter dead along with the victims and the injured. It's sad, you know, we're a couple of days before the Thanksgiving holiday. I mean, anytime it's a set of it's just a bad time all around. You know, it just for everybody involved. Especially the victims. This is horrible. That audio courtesy wvc, there have been 40 mass killings in the U.S. so far this year, according to a database by the AP USA Today and northeastern university. I'm Julie Walker

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 Gallagher, watermelon smashing comedian, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gallagher, watermelon smashing comedian, dies at 76

"Gallagher at prop comedian who left behind a trail of smashed watermelons and laughter has died Gallagher audience has always new to bring a tarp or a poncho if they plan to sit in the front few rows Sledge Madden gets the lab to have a toothpaste Leo Anthony Gallagher junior built a national following doing stand up in the 1970s and 80s he appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and 12 showtime specials In his signature bit the advent of long haired comedian would impersonate a late night TV pitchman peddling the amazing sledge O Matic smashing everything from birthday cakes to watermelons So it's not a chopper and a hover What in the hell can it possibly be I'm at it Increasingly controversial in recent years chastised for racist and homophobic material his former manager Craig Ricardo says Gallagher died of organ failure at age 76 in his Palm Springs home While Gallagher had his detractors Mercado said he was an undeniable talent and an American success

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Leo Terrell: Delayed Election Results Are Wrong

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Leo Terrell: Delayed Election Results Are Wrong

"Leo you're out in LA you have a great show on KAB C everybody should check out I think it's KBC dot com It's a website drew text me if I'm giving out the wrong website there But Leo what's going on with the Caruso Karen Bass mayor's race out in LA This is another debacle If you could speak about that in terms of just this disastrous vote counting you don't know who you may or is we don't know who the governor of Arizona is We don't know who the senator from Arizona is We've got we still don't know who the senator or the governor of Nevada are I mean this is embarrassingly oh this isn't the third world This is the United States of America Come on guy you know Dan I recall when there was his three networks you vote on election day you get the results in Florida got the model example Ken we knew the results Dan we may not know what's happening in LA until after Thanksgiving And I'll tell you right now it is very very disheartening for the election results not to be known on election night but for weeks thereafter And I'll tell you right now that is a democratic strategy to delay and to challenge their decisions that they don't like in court I'm telling you right now I don't like what's happening I think he relates to the win I think Blake master is going to win But the delay is unfair It's not a democracy and Los Angeles the mayor's race Hey maybe early December Dan maybe early December And that is wrong Election day took place 48 hours ago not next month

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Leo Terrell: Republican Establishment Will Always Attack Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Leo Terrell: Republican Establishment Will Always Attack Trump

"Regarding Trump I'm glad you asked that question I was at Mar-a-Lago a couple of days ago Dan you know this was well as I do The Democratic Party hates Donald Trump but the Republican establishment they can't stand him And they will try to throw him under the bus any time This man's endorsement is the only endorsement that's worth something They always want to attack him on the negative but what he has accomplished for America He's the reason why I'm a Republican He's the reason why Hispanics have moved to the Republican Party He has changed He has changed the Republican Party into a working class party The Democrats are the elite Why Because of Donald J Trump who is going to be our next president

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Leo Terrell: 'Not 100 Percent Happy but Happy' After Election Day

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Leo Terrell: 'Not 100 Percent Happy but Happy' After Election Day

"Leo you know we love having you We really appreciate you coming on every few weeks or once a month or so It means a lot to us The audience really loves you We always include you on the Sunday specials as well On the podcast So your thoughts on the election a couple of things I'd like you to comment on first The knives out for president Trump seem a little bit ridiculous His candidates did quite well He was one of the few presidents of modern times to win Pennsylvania It just seems like the infighting in the GOP The Democrats don't do this as much as we do It's kind of sad to see Dan let me tell you first of all I wanted more but I'll take what we got on Tuesday What did we give We're going to kick Nancy Pelosi out of office as speaker That is big news We're within one seat from Guinea majority in the Senate and Chuck Schumer out And that means all hands on deck for Herschel Walker so we can win that seat because we win that seat then we control the House and the Senate and then we have a major bargaining chip against the Biden administration against the progressive left wing plan and we don't give in until we get some form of border protection We don't give in We get the right investigation So I'm not a 100% happy but I'm happy Regarding Trump

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Ex-Michigan cop to face murder trial in killing of Black man

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ex-Michigan cop to face murder trial in killing of Black man

"A former Michigan police officer who fatally shot a black motorist in the head during a struggle will stand trial on a murder count A Grand Rapids judge Nicholas ayyub after viewing video of the traffic stop taken by a passenger says Probable cause has been presented Former officer Christopher shore who struggled with 26 year old Patrick Leo ya over controllable police taser shot the refugee from Congo while Leo was on the ground The officer says it was self defense The jury will decide A reasonable juror could find a lack of necessity for deadly force strictly for the purpose of preventing escape A forensic video analyst testified lya failed to comply with 20 commands Sure was fired in June after being charged with murder I'm Jackie Quinn

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Caller Speculates About the Attack on Paul Pelosi

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:01 min | Last month

Caller Speculates About the Attack on Paul Pelosi

"As we all know, recently, Paul Pelosi had a DUI drunk driving. Right. There's been the murmurings of the insider trading recently again and we all know what goes on anyway. With the house with the politicians and insider training. Sure. And, you know, maybe this individual was on drugs and or alcohol and these things may have played, you know, you know, he's had it. But again, that's speculation, Joe, and I don't want, I mean, maybe maybe maybe. Maybe it's one or two things. It's either some violent criminal who's doing what violent criminals have been doing to America for the last couple of years in spades. I mean, what we're seeing is horrific. The crime in the streets. People, I've got friends in New York who are fleeing. They don't want to live there. I've got friends in Chicago, LA, they've had it. Leo Terrell is right. Crime doesn't discriminate.

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Leo Terrell: Crime Is the Number One Issue in California

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Leo Terrell: Crime Is the Number One Issue in California

"Leo Terrell, moments ago on the Fox News channel reacting to the news coming out of San Francisco that speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was violently assaulted in their San Francisco home this morning. Well, first of all, I hope he has a full recovery and I think that's the first thing I want to say. And secondly, I believe there's also a suspect in custody. But the bigger problem Bill is simply this. Crime does not discriminate. Rich or poor black or white city suburbs everywhere. It's everywhere is the number one issue in this country. And I think what Democrats need to do. This is a wake-up call because you're talking about San Francisco. Bill, California, San Francisco, LA is a hard and soul of crime. Crime is permitted in this state and in a lot of blue cities. And I think at this particular time, a couple of weeks before midterm, it is a number one issue in California and throughout the country. People want to be safe. Interestingly, I believe Leo that the suspect is in custody, right? And they say that they're looking into an investigating what the motive was. Some of these crimes don't get solved because you actually don't have the suspect. But in this case, they do. Yes, David, the reports are that he's in custody, but the key here is this. Will he be released? Will he get back on the streets? I mean, let's look at Fox News has done a tremendous job of pointing out these repeated offenders. We need to know a lot about this person, but will he be released? Because we have that no cash pay rule in California. People, career criminals are back on the streets. And again, democratic voters, democratic politicians, this is a wake-up call. Crime is everywhere. And it does not discriminate. So it's interesting to see what will happen to this suspect again. Speedy recovery for Paul Pelosi, will this change the democratic position on crime? I don't think so, but I hope so.

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Former Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh on Her Support for Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | Last month

Former Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh on Her Support for Trump

"We do not apologize for our love of law enforcement. The boys and the gals in blue, one of whom came up to me during our battleground talkers tour. We thank everybody who secured our facilities, kept the crazies at bay. She is the former sheriff of Chester County, Caroline bunny, Welsh. Welcome to America first. Well, thank you so much, Sebastian, and let me tell you that event the other night with you and Chris de Gaulle and Mike Gallagher and Dennis prager, you talk about a manhood hour that was it. That was the testosterone levels were pretty high. I hope they weren't overwhelming. You came up to me. We got a few selfies. We chatted with the offices of warminster who were looking after us. But then you said that you have been going through some interesting times in part thanks to your support of my former boss president Trump, so schaff Welsh walk us through the last few years for you what you did for president Trump and what the left is trying to do to you. Well, I was involved with president Trump and supported him from the moment he came down the escalator. I thought he was amazing and was sure he was the right answer and God's answer to our country. I got very involved. I was then involved with the national sheriff's association. I became the vice chair of America's sheriff for Trump. I was also appointed by the president to the advisory board national advisory board for women for Trump. And I was very prominent. I was a delegate in the convention at 2016. I was an elector in the Electoral College in 2016. I was also a delegate and an elector in 2020. So that put me very prominently and many visits to The White House. Why did you and your fellow leos your fellow law enforcement officers have such a good relationship with my old boss? I will tell you why. He was after he was inaugurated in January. One of the first meetings he had was with law enforcement. I was one of the ten sheriffs, all of the other agencies, chiefs of police, FOP. He invited us for a private meeting in the Roosevelt room. There were about 30 of us. And he sat Sebastian and really listened to what we wanted to say.

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Leo Terrell: Steve Bannon Will Appeal His Conviction

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

Leo Terrell: Steve Bannon Will Appeal His Conviction

"Here's Leo Terrell, the former hard left Democrat who's now a rock ribbed conservative evidently. He's gone from left to right, but he is quite the bombastic guest on Fox News channel. He had some comments about Steve Bannon on Fox News channel. And Leo break this down for us. So we may hear from Steve Bannon and we'll certainly take that live if and when it happens. But what just happened in the courtroom? And is Griff was reporting normally. We don't even see adjudication of this sort of thing. Well, thanks for having me here. And you have an issue of define a subpoena in the motivation behind subpoena. You got to remember, this subpoena was issued to Steve Bannon by the January 6th committee, and you have to question the motivation behind it. And the idea of him being found guilty on this subpoena or failure to comply contemporary of a judiciary subpoena is something that will be appealed. He's going to appeal it. Remember, he had an argument of executive privilege and on the advice of his counsel, not to testify and not to really put up a defense. So this case is far from over. The four month sentence, he could have gotten one month to 12 months and I think that you guys gave him four months for the basis of trying to understand whether or not he was remorseful.

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Why You Can't Just Get a Universal Warrant With Steve Gray

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

Why You Can't Just Get a Universal Warrant With Steve Gray

"For those who aren't leos aren't law enforcement officers, you're 18 11s federal or state or local or what have you. Can you just explain a very small detail of our constitutional order? Why you are not allowed to have a quote general or universal warrant. You're not allowed to get a warrant from a judge that says we are going to John Smith's house to find stuff. Am I correct? That is not permissible. No, it's not. So how does it work? What does a warrant have to be about? Mister be specific. Wherever, this is one of the greatest intrusions that anybody can suffer when the FBI comes into your home. And they bang on the door and they enter and they corral the entire family and the one room and they hold them there while strangers pick through all of your personal identification in your personal property. It's absolutely horrible. So in that specific incident, at the war it has to specifically state exactly the address that to be searched and the specific items to be seized. Specific items to be seized, right? These blanket warts that they're issued today just basically say documents. Well, what kind of documents? That's important to know because now the FBI's going in and their search are taking tax documents. They're taking financial documents. They're taking anything that they can get their hands on to throw in a box that they can look at later and it's absolutely wrong. And it has to be connected to a crime that has been committed or a crime that they have reasonable suspicion to think is about to be committed, correct? That's exactly right, doctor cork. You're absolutely right. And in this specific incident, generally 9 and a half to ten times out of ten, if we search in somebody's home without a war without an arrest warrant attached, we are going to make the arrest one to three months down the road because we already know the facts of the case and what that individual is hiding within this house.

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Leo Terrell: We Got to Get Rid of the Bureaucracy Come November

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Leo Terrell: We Got to Get Rid of the Bureaucracy Come November

"Leo on a practical note the one the one reason I could never do that I'd be an FBI director is a candidly I would never ever get confirmed by the Senate I have way too many enemies in the Republican swamp as well And they just hate my guts and that it's fair I mean I'd have to have some appointed position that didn't require Senate confirmation because they just hate my guts But it does fascinate me what would happen if we got like maybe a Rick ronell type or a cash Patel type someone who understands what happened with spygate with legal experience if we got someone in there like that that really got to kind of peek in the shoe boxes and peek underneath the carpet see what they swept under there Leo I can almost guarantee you have an experience with GS 1811 federal agents at agencies that is probably a lot worse than even you and I think Oh Dan I think you're absolutely spot on Let me be very clear Besides having we have to win in November we have to win The White House We have to undo the damage that the Democrats have done as far as legislation the 46,000 86,000 IRS troops we got to undo it And you know the process And I'll tell you right now we get the right supermajority Dan bongino gets confirmed by the Senate and you take no prisoners in that clean it up We got to drain the swamp Stan and the bureaucracy survived We've got to get rid of them That is very

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Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino Would Not Take the B.S. As FBI Director

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino Would Not Take the B.S. As FBI Director

"And this is an argument I've had with friends of ours and the conservative talking head space as well Saying oh it's not the rank and file and a blanket term is inaccurate I mean blaming everyone in the rank and file is the opposite problem That stereotyping and the other way But absolving the rank and file as if I just serve the warrant fully understanding in most cases There was a political motivation No Leo I'm sorry I was a rank and file agent I left And I saw what was going on That's your responsibility And then I'm not tuning your horn but let me tell you right now I've listened to you when you said it on expertise issues like law enforcement I heard you on the overall day And you know how the sausage is made And what is Missy in the FBI management is somebody who knows the process You know the game And I'm serious I'm not joking around I hope your listeners really just swap social media You can run the FBI because you know you won't take the BS from those people who have been in the bureaucracy for 20 years We have to save this country and the first thing we have to do is save our legal system Dan our legal system is in danger Lady lady justice is not blind She got one eye looking at those who disagree with the democratic platform

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Leo Terrell: The FBI Are Protected by the Left-Wing Media

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Leo Terrell: The FBI Are Protected by the Left-Wing Media

"That's what bothers me the most I mean thankfully we've seen a bevy of whistleblowers come forward Patriots and I'm honored to be considered some of them Friends But the management of the FBI Leo this would stop quickly if Christopher wray or someone would come out Now you and I are personal friends with the president when I name dropping it's just true I mean I don't have coffee with him but we know him pretty well And you remember in the Trump administration Leo the silliest things like we're going to enforce a border wall and we're going to move some monies over to pay for it They're like there are people in DHS are going to resign in protest Yet you've got this targeting of people in a supposed constitutional republic based on their political beliefs And Leo how many threatened resignations have you heard about I've heard about zero not a single one None because the ends you're a serious three component You got the democratic left wing extremist wackos You got now the politicalization the weaponization of the Department of Justice and the FBI And let's not forget there The left wing media the left wing media But for your show Fox some outlet the left wing media provides the protection And there's no payback There's no attacking what they're doing They're basically have compromised an institution like law enforcement like the FBI Department of Justice Now they have compromised it and the FBI have basically with the permission of the left wing media they're protected They're absolutely protected by the left wing media And even with Dan I'll tell you right now it's just not management And these FBI agents are compromised in a way Right They got to be turned to women after going to tell the truth or they're going to worry about their retirement Their pension Their family So they're compromised And it's not just management They're some of the Reagan follower compromise as well

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Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

"Because you know what you're talking about and you've seen both sides of the political island invaluable skill You're also a lawyer I opened up today's show discussing the FBI and the weaponization of the FBI Now you're literally a civil rights attorney It's not figurative This has to bother you I mean the whole idea of civil rights And I'm not necessarily comparing the two because one was far more severe but the targeting of Americans based on superficial characteristics race or religion The internment of the Japanese Jim Crow slavery there's a history in this country that you know that I know that is a history we should talk about But the weaponization of law enforcement to attack those people for the superficial characteristics results right now in people's disgust Thankfully so But it's kind of strange Again that's severe But on a lesser level now the targeting of people for their political beliefs Leo perception is turning into reality here as the indicators start to pile up based on the targeting of that pro life activist by the FBI this weekend That this is a real thing political targeting We can't have a constitutional republic if it's allowed to continue You are absolutely right This is to fear I mean you expect the law to be our last key cornerstone of impartiality Let's be very clear The FBI the Department of Justice has been weaponized Everyone in the world knows what they did to that pro life activist A case that was easily dismissed They are cine a signal to people who disagree with the democratic platform that we're going to go after you and they're trying to deter people like you me the average citizen who has a different opinion Dan from the far left and they're using the FBI and the FBI is a Willy participant That's scary

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Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino for FBI Director in 2024

The Dan Bongino Show

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino for FBI Director in 2024

"I was a little hurt this morning when you said you're on the east side of the east side of Florida and you're not worried about the hurricane But if there was a problem with going shut down you're called Jason And not me I heard that's true That's an insult That is I want to make it clear Dan bongino for FBI director in 2024 Leo Terrell FBI director 2024 I want to push that with the big guy And you know who I'm talking about All right I know yeah we both talked to him I'll tell you what I'll sign on to that deal on one condition On the short list as vice president If you do that then I will consider it Mike Mike what do you think Is that a deal

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Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands

"Came up just a little while ago on Fox News, cut number 7, please. Because he had a political argument with the pedestrian and believe the pedestrian was calling people to come get him. The North Dakota highway patrol is now saying, that was not the case. There was no politics involved here that they have found with evidence. What do you think about this case? What have you learned about it? Well, I'll tell you right now, this is where this driver who in my opinion did commit vegan or manslaughter committed second degree murder by running over this guy. He used a so called Magna defense saying that these guys were extremists on the right. And I'll tell you right now a bill and Dana, Joe Biden got blood on his hand. He has been dividing this country, calling 75 million people ultra maga extremists. And this person who's accused of this crime used that as an affirmative defense to run over someone and leave him there without rendering any help. This is what has happened with Joe Biden basically dividing this country by declaring 75 million Trump supporters supreme extremists and supremacists. I'm going to show you how much media coverage this story got elsewhere, Leo, if everybody can take a look here, guess what? Zilch, nada, zero. Yeah. And even if this excuse by Brandt turns out to be ridiculous and not true, you can imagine that if it had been the reverse, you would have seen a lot more coverage, Leo, last word to you. Yeah, thank you, Dana. It's obvious. The left wing media is basically providing cover for the Democratic Party's hatred towards half of this country. There's zero coverage on this issue is affirmative evidence that they are a shielding the president on this issue where he has divided this country based on hey and trying to divide this country

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Leonardo DiCaprio Breaks up With 'Old' Camilla Morrone

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Leonardo DiCaprio Breaks up With 'Old' Camilla Morrone

"Leo DiCaprio is split with his girlfriend and four years Camilla Moroni. Does anybody even know what this chick looks like? I mean, let's be honest. We've all heard her name, all right? We'd probably saw a few pictures of her. I'm not going to sit here and say I can tell you, I don't think I could even recognize her in a police lineup. I really don't. I think she's cute. I think she's got a good body. I know she's young, but she's not like a girl that was paraded around when he was younger and dating, you know, Gisele Bündchen and bar Rafael. So I don't really know Camilla and Al Pacino and her mother. He was with her for four years and now they're done and he broke up with her because you know what? She turned 25 years old. That's the thing guys, that's what you have to know. Leonardo DiCaprio breaks up with girls. What is he 47? I think he's in his late 40s. He doesn't like anybody over 25. He just doesn't. I think he thinks 25 is ancient. And by the way, what is her job? What is she doing again? Does anybody know what she does? How does she make money? I don't think anybody knows. I don't.

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo. Today's Thursday, April 7th, 2022. The sun and mercury in Aries, sextile Saturn and Aquarius. Fire and air elements lend you the bravery and wisdom to communicate your boundaries. Remember, setting limits is a form of self love. This is Leo today, the Spotify original from park asked. Let's begin your day. The Aries sun glows in your expanse of 9th house, encouraging your journey toward wisdom and personal growth. There are countless paths to explore, but don't let the choices overwhelm you. If you don't like the direction that you're headed, you can always take a turn. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Enduring Saturn appears in your relationship zone, meaning long-term bonds might need attention. Don't take people for granted, especially when they've been by your side for years. Contemplate your path to personal growth. The cancer moon touches down in your quiet 12th house. On one hand, you're struck with wanderlust. On the other, you could feel reflective, reserved, or emotionally tender. It's a good time for adventure, but you might choose to go solo. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in C, TU, RY, WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park ast..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo, today's Wednesday, April 6th, 2022. The Gemini moon finds harmony with mercury and Ares and Saturn and Aquarius. Expect to adopt a boulder tone, no longer afraid to take up space. This is Leo today, a Spotify original from park cast. Let's begin your day. Mercury planet of communication and commerce zooms through your night House of visionary quests. And thanks to Saturn in your house of bonds, it will feel natural to find adventure in other people. Be willing to take a risk. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Venus in your house of intimacy reminds you of the support systems you have in place. Now might be the time to go deeper, building trust with someone who has your best interests in mind. Contemplate your path to personal growth. Aries season is your month to expand your horizons. You might be good at big picture ideas, but what adventure can you find today? Try a new restaurant for lunch. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in C, TU, RY, WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park ast..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Today, a Spotify original from park asked. Let's begin your day. Consider this passage from Fahrenheit four 51 by Ray Bradbury. Stuff your eyes with wonder, he said, live as if you drop dead in ten seconds. See the world. It's more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories. The sun, the center of our solar system and your ruling planet shines in your house of travel and adventure. Let the spirit of the season remind you of how brief life can be. Fill it with adventures that pad your heart and test your agility. The farther you go, the more you do and the sharper you become. Books give us knowledge, exploration gives us experience. Both are necessary, but only one requires the courage to make a plan and go. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in. WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park asked..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo. Today's Friday March 25th, 2022. In Ares sun warms up the earth, while the Capricorn moon adds heat to the chilly night air. Momentum is building and a fresh start is on the horizon. This is Leo today, a Spotify original from park cast. Okay, recording. You have a story to tell, and maybe you've thought, I should start a podcast. Meet anker, it's a powerful app that lets you record a podcast anywhere and get it heard everywhere. All you need to do is download the free anchor app and hit record. Just go to anchor FM slash get started. Make a podcast. With anchor, that's anchor FM slash get started. Great. I think we got it. Let's begin your day. With the last quarter moon in your lifestyle zone, you may feel motivated to continue the routines that have been working so well. It might be Friday, but don't take the night off from what's been keeping you happy. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. A stallion of Mars, Venus and Saturn appear in your opposite sign. This means that their powers of collaboration are strengthened. Take a leap of faith and work with someone. The results could be better than expected. Contemplate your path to personal growth. As you head into the weekend, you may be ready to get out of town or try a completely new hobby. There is sun pushes you onward. But balance the new with the old, stay committed to your habits and you'll have the strength to discover new terrain. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay and. WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park ast..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo. Today's Thursday, march 24th, 2022. Mercury Jupiter and Neptune move through watery Pisces. While Venus Mars and Saturn come together in breezy Aquarius. Life's a beach, and there are major waves on the horizon. If you can catch one, you're in for an exciting ride. This is Leo today, a Spotify original from park asked. Okay, recording. You have a story to tell, and maybe you've thought I should start a podcast. Meet anchor. It's a powerful app that lets you record a podcast anywhere and get it heard everywhere. All you need to do is download the free anchor app and hit record. Just go to anchor FM slash get started. Your story matters make a podcast with anchor. That's anchor FM slash get started. Great, I think we got it. Let's speak in your day. Aries season welcomes your ruling planet the sun into your 9th house. The sector is all about exploration, personally, professionally, and socially. Don't be afraid to try something new. You never know what you might discover. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. The communication planet is an orbit in foggy Neptune, complicating your emotions. Relationships could be more confusing than usual. If something feels off, try not to jump to conclusions. Give others the benefit of the doubt. Contemplate the work you do and your career. Hone in on areas of potential. There may be opportunities to expand your current role or a new position could be calling your name. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in C, TU, RY, WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park asked..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:42 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo. Today's Tuesday March 22nd. 2022. Mars and Aquarius squares Uranus and Taurus. When we last saw this transit in April 2020, protests increased, power outages took out entire city grids, cyclones, blew through the plane states, and both literal and metaphorical structures collapsed. Now we can examine the past with the clarity of hindsight. This is Leo today, a Spotify original from park ast. It's back, the CVS epic beauty event is on, and it's bigger than ever. It's so epic, you'll get up to 50% off cosmetics, skin, hair, wellness, and more. Yep, we told you it was gonna be good. Plus, score hot deals each week on beauty for the outside in and wellness for the inside out. Don't miss it. The CBS epic beauty event is on now through April 9th. Visit CVS dot com slash epic beauty for details. Get 30% off select her's skin care. Let's begin your day. There's emphasis on the people oriented sector of your horoscope. Thanks to Mars, Venus, and Saturn in your house of partnering. A certain person negotiation or reoccurring issue might be on the agenda. Don't hide. Deal with whatever's coming up. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Harness the strong unions you've established. The astrological lovebirds in your opposite sign enhance your sense of unity. It's time to work hard for the people you love and the connections you're willing to fight for. Contemplate the work you do, and your career. Uranus is slowly moving through the highest sector of your chart. Liberating your career trajectory and sidelining your usual routes to praise. It's time to dig deeper and see what you're really made of. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today. And follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in. WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park asked..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo. Today's Monday, march 21st, 2022. Aries season is now in session. Although it's off to a rocky start. A clash between Venus and Mars and Aquarius and Uranus and Taurus forces us to shake up our old ways of being. It's time to plant a garden. Whatever you wish to grow. This is Leo today, a Spotify original from park asked. Okay, recording. You have a story to tell, and maybe you've thought I should start a podcast. Meet anchor. It's a powerful app that lets you record a podcast anywhere and get it heard everywhere. All you need to do is download the free anchor app and hit record. Just go to anchor FM slash get started. Your story matters make a podcast with anchor. That's anchor FM slash get started. Great, I think we got it. Let's begin your day. The sun now marches through your 9th house. The season is about looking beyond the horizon, putting our faith in the unknown, and with both of Pisces ruling planets and their domicile, it could be easy to get carried away. There's a sea of adventure waiting to be explored, untether yourself from the dock. Some say that if you haven't listened to a new genre of music by age 35, you're unlikely to ever do so. If you don't try sushi by age 39, you probably never will. Around our mid 30s, our palette begins to set. We cling to familiar comforts, losing that sense of wonder that first motivated us to want. Soon, we stop challenging ourselves. We never get around to planning trips we always wanted to take or trying hobbies that looked fun. Worst of all, we stop learning. But this doesn't have to be your future. You will thrive if you allow yourself to feel uncomfortable. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in. WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park asked..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo. Today is Sunday March 20th, 2022. The sun moves into Aries, the sign of the ram. Signaling the spring equinox in the northern hemisphere. The month ahead revolves around the idea of rebirth and the fearlessness of youth. Happy astrological new year. This is Leo today, a Spotify original from park ast. Okay, recording. You have a story to tell, and maybe you've thought, I should start a podcast. Meet anker, it's a powerful app that lets you record a podcast anywhere, and get it heard everywhere. All you need to do is download the free anchor app and hit record. Just go to anchor FM slash get started. Make a podcast. With anchor, that's anchor FM slash get started. Great. I think we got it. Let's begin your day. The sun moves into your night house. Here we develop our moral code and personal philosophies. We brave uncharted waters just to see what's out there. This month, consider what you seek and where your answers lie. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. This month, you might be less focused on your partner, instead working to better yourself. Being at your best benefits any relationship. If you want to partner that challenges you, first, challenge yourself. Contemplate your path to personal growth. When the road ahead feels unsteady, we're inclined to retreat back into the safety of what we know. But it's only by pushing through our discomfort that we learn what we're made of. How are you going to impress yourself this month? Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in C, TU, RY, WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park asked..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Let's begin your day. The late great Betty White was born when the moon was in Virgo. Under this full moon, it seems fitting to remember her work ethic and passion. So indicative of Virgo moons. She once said, does desire melt away with age? I'm waiting for that day to come. This lunation takes place in your second house of talents and personal fulfillment. Reminding you that your role never stops evolving. If you know what you were meant to do, pursue your goals unapologetically. If you're still not sure, explore your interests. Sometimes our purpose is to show others how to have fun. Contemplate the work you do and your career. Celebrate your contribution to the team without second guessing you're worth. Just because you're so good at something that feels easy, it doesn't mean it's a cinch. Nobody could fill your shoes on a moment's notice. What you bring to the table is unique. Leo today is a daily podcast. Follow on Spotify to make it part of your morning routine. If you're interested in learning more about your sign, download the sanctuary app from the Apple app and Google Play stores. Get your astrology, tarot, or psychic readings today, and follow sanctuary world on Instagram. That's essay in C, TU, RY, WRLD. Horoscope today is a Spotify original from park asked..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning, Leo, today's Tuesday March 15th, 2022. The moon in your sign is at odds with Venus, Mars, and Saturn and Aquarius. Meanwhile, Uranus and Taurus promises to keep things spicy. Expect a little chaos. This is Leo today, a Spotify original from parcast. Okay, recording. You have a story to tell, and maybe you've thought, I should start a podcast. Meet anker, it's a powerful app that lets you record a podcast anywhere, and get it heard everywhere. All you need to do is download the free anchor app and hit record. Just go to anchor FM slash get started. Make a podcast. With anchor, that's anchor FM slash get started. Great. I think we got it. Let's begin your day. Your celestial guide the sun is part of a stele and Pisces, and it's illuminating ways you're expected to show up for others. Meanwhile, the moon glimmers in your sign, spotlighting your prowess and personal agenda. It's a busy day, albeit a rewarding one. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. A trio appears an Aquarius your opposite sign, underscoring issues around the way you relate to others. Take a hard look at these unions. What's gumming up the works? Contemplate the work you do and your career. With Uranus in your house of ambition, you might find yourself changing course. Embrace this new direction. There are a thousand ways to end up at the.

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"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"These changes over the years in that they've got the resources already inside of them to go through. Whatever issues setback. Challenge is going to be coming up so you gave their unconscious mind evidence that they will be safe and the moment that that they felt safe. All of a sudden they're focus is now going to be on. What is it gonna take for us to get through this as well. Maybe even thrive through this not just survive so this is the role that we get to half for other people and ourselves to be that kind of belief Chief if you will. Yes that coach. That really helps to see. What's possible when sometimes we got our blinders on. Yeah we we can't see your own blind spots and so we we get to do that. Other people for our children our spouses or you know everybody else. In her family and community and of course our team at work So really just want to honor you for for coming at it from a very objective loving place and Helping them to see their truth. And what's possible for them. All i did was all i did was tell their own story back to is really all it. Was you know in many respects which made it credible which made it. Believable wasn't made cheerleading. Say you can do this. It was the evidence in their own story. But all they had to do is see that they've already been doing all along and Yeah and i believe the weren't reading this story right. We're intuitive guidance. To do that right. That came from your heart because you were coherent about this. You believed it was possible and then some kind of intuitive guidance came in What if i do this. What if i communicate that. And you trust that. Leo and you communicated that yes. That is what made the difference. You were coherent kind of congruent with us. You tuned into your guidance and you follow that and it worked as always always does very share with our audience..

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"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"Seeing because i am are you seeing. Ceo's are you seeing executives. Be more open to trying to figure this out than maybe ever before totally. Yeah yeah i am. I mean it's clear to me that they they realize i. i'm. I'm not equipped. I i need. I need something. I don't know what i need. I mean that that kind of a sentiment. I'm seeing that on a really regular basis when it comes to remote work some people not working remote but even if everybody is i'm i'm i'm seeing it just relationships is the word that i hearing over and over and over so since we're you reminded me of something because in my younger years i've done probably like when i was probably literally almost half my age i am now i was competitive to a fault from the standpoint of so here i'm leading my company. We go to this award show. We have all these countries in the awards. Show we clean up at this place. We had had more awards than anyone else had a great night. We were young firm. It was really great but you know but there was things that we were great programs that we did great campaigns that we had that didn't win anything and so instead of celebrating what we did win for myself and for everyone else. I'm like pissed about like. Hey what happened here. Why didn't we get there and the judges for this. And that and i'm like i think about that today and i'm like that is just the dumbest thing in the world. Like why in the world would. I reacted that way. You know that and it just ruined. It probably ruined the night for everybody. You know. it's terrible but you know called growth. It wasn't last. Yeah oh yeah. We're all grown roughly. We'll be around in a couple of hundred years they'll get there but now but back then yeah i mean. I certainly wouldn't have that way today but it was. It was interesting. Because i was just. Yeah just really brutally competitive about it but that does bring up a point. And i was too i was too and i don't think that that's so terribly uncommon. But it's interesting that you know that once once we reach these mature ages in our life. I mean i had lunch. I had lunch with a city manager today. And we were talking. And you know he's an older fella and we're just talking about how you know we we've never known this much. We've never been this experienced. We've never. I'm i mean we've just never been better in so many ways We we can see things so so much clear than we than we saw when we were younger and chasing it. So we've got this perspective now. We still need. We need other people. I'm not. I'm not so about us. But we're in our prime right now. So yeah yeah. We've got this history. There is something to that is absolutely something to that. I mean no offense to anybody. Anybody that's.

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"Co so we encourage you to go and check that out You'll see everything that leo is about and doing the stuff that we are jointly trying to do is we push our agenda. Our evangelism of this notion that the power of weei begins with me so good to be back online bringing another show. Yeah began to each of us right so right now. Totally great to Great to be here. You know one of the things. That i've been intrigued with lately and i've actually been using Quite a bit in the workshops because it provides people and understanding you know oftentimes when we talk about the this five factor framework for innovation right which we know is the right people psychological safety productivity accountability leadership. It's interesting the more you talk about. Psychological safety drill into it a little bit more. You recognize how leaders tend to shy away from this notion of creating psychological safety. Because somehow they believe it's gonna compromise their culture of accountability. That they're just gonna make everybody comfortable. Make everyone oh we can talk about anything and everything's feeling good but no one's accountable anymore and actually you couldn't be further from the truth. You actually the higher your psychological safety the more likely. You're going to have a healthy culture accountability and gordon. Great example of it was about three weeks ago. I had a ceo who said to me you know one of my direct reports and this was in the context of gert rights or other. Ceo's who this person really well there and says yeah you know. This person just doesn't take ownership of the department in the way that i need them to and you can see some of the to smile a little bit like they know why and of a sudden we get into a little bit in asking him some questions about it and of course we determined that the person who reports to him has no psychological safety at all. So what is it you scared to death to make a move to try to take any initiative to take that kind of ownership that the ceo wants to take so you know what he needed to do was actually buy into this idea. That i've in in has to begin with him to sit yo to really take an initiative to create a level of psychological. Safety will allow him to do his job and actually take the kind of ownership over it. The ceo wants him to take anyway because he knows he's got the ability to do it but he didn't have the freedom to do it and this is why you know when when we look at that reinforcing loop of right people you can have the greatest people in the whole world but if you're gonna put them in a box if you're going to make him be feel afraid to ask questions are dumb questions but maybe there's no such thing as you don't question right. Just just ask the question. They need of anyone to do their job or to contribute ideas or to challenge the process of challenge the leader for that matter. If it's all about the purpose of whatever it is your team or your company's trying to do you know so that is really come to light. Interestingly enough in recent weeks months. And because of that i put together a piece for ceo world which shine a light on the learning zone which was actually from amy edmonson szwarc from harvard. Business school. and. So you. And i talked about this to by two in the past. I think i've yep. Yeah so basically what it does is. It shows the relationship between psychological safety and accountability. So if you can imagine you know a two by two right. We have our big square with our cut into four blocks and on the left hand side. We have zero on the lower left..

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"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"List. Your heart see. I'm i'm so not the game player you know people break the board games out of the domino's or the cards want to run out the door people do that. Let's play this game like let's not let's really like yeah l. I'm right there with you. I'd be. I should be more open to play. No one. i talked to francis. Show his great work around plan. Just harry reid. We show doris. I get the benefit of it. And and i for it's actually. It's it's great. It's just a and and there are times where when i get dragged into it after the experience it's like all right if it wasn't it wasn't a sharp stick in the eye of but yeah i think mine either. Okay last one. Would you rather vacation in hawaii or alaska and why why all day long. Yeah i love it. Needs explanation dozen for me. I don't like being cold now. So that's my ideal. Yeah all right well tell us. Tell us what's coming up. Tell us tell us whatever you wanna tell us. Tease us about the future. Well very much of a focus on the book launch in china which will be soon. We'll be ready to give that a date very soon and when we do give the date. It'll be pretty far like it's not gonna be like we'll give the date and it's going to be three months after it's going to be like dates with it's like one of those deals is it turns out and you're still planning Yeah we're we haven't really You know things are kind of volatile right now so with that. Yeah and also part of what you wanna do without. Is you really wanna so. Let's say i'm in my mind. That something i would wanna do at least kind of like a ten day trip show. I want to be from the time. I get off the plane. Children time i leave the really make that as productive for everybody as possible because it's certainly a long way to travel You know to do that and My hope is that. I can convince my new contacts in australia to be able to do something either. On the way or on your way home since i'm in that part of the world and You know certainly looking at doing that but But yeah no. I'm just going to be pretty big focus right now. Obviously very focused also on just Continuing to evolve the content. I mean again. I learned things all the time. I'm trying to bring new aspects of it I'm completing a on apparent. Ovation scorecard for groups in teams that. I think it'd be really helpful. So that the these things become a part of what you do and how you do things and what you pay attention to So the keep raising that standard. When you see things that repeatedly coming up every month that you've got to work on good figure out. Well what is it gonna take to make that go away and there'll be other things that may maybe they weren't a problem three months ago but now than starting to creep into the team dynamic that needs to be addressed so those kinds of things. Are you know stuff that i'm working on right now for sure and you know just really know in just in really enjoying the work just having fun. Yeah well the opportunity for us to impact teams internal teams with with larger enterprises and even mid size enterprises is. I mean leona both see tremendous opportunity there. So if you're listening to this podcast and you may be. You got started out because you were curious about this whole power of peers and the dynamic of a peer group. Yeah i would encourage you to make some application internalized that and think about your team. Think about these groups of people you know. I'm doing a lot of work with city government in these departments and some of these departments have a lot of people. Think of fire and police. And you know less so In some cases an hr department or parks and rec. but but as i work with these people and their teams the application of these principles for people like that and people in the private sector in for profit business We need more people to connect those dots. A i'll tell you To just to offer best. And i'm sure you've seen this. I certainly have seen it whether it's local government or washington or whatever that you i think government or people who are who work in government or whatever position. Don't ever get the credit or how unbelievably dedicated in committed. These people are to the work they do and everyone can complain about government at the same time. They don't always equate all the innumerable services. The government provides that we take for granted under delivered to us without a hitch. you know and recognize. Oh yeah maybe government is responsible for that and maybe they can do that and they can't do not only well but maybe better than you know and so. I'm sure you meet people all the time. That just kind of knock you out with. How just committed dedicated. They are to their work dedicated to the communities and making sure that people are served really really well and the whole population is that way because in the private sector you could make you can make way more money. I mean here in texas local city government and again to be really clear we are not talking about elected officials. We are talking about professional workers who are hired by the elected officials. Who in this case happened to be city council and are held accountable by the council that you're there to do the bidding of the council. Which would be your elected officials. And you know like i hear it. I hear it every week. We wanna turn citizens want to turn the faucet on and have clean water. Come out and they wanna drive their cars on roads. That don't have potholes and we can take both of those big time for granted. Oh they absolutely. I would say to a person. They have a a spirit of service because they could go in the private sector and they could make way more money so that but we we want our audience your company your organization if there are if there are two or more of you there's application to these principles they're just are because it's it's largely. It's just it's human dynamics. The website is pure ovation. Dot co can also go to leo atari dot com. That's elliott be ott a. r. y. dot com. I'm gonna give you the last word. Lille just thanks for listening. Thanks for You know are listening to our spring break episode of innovation and and actually in. Not just you know for anything but i really do wonder extend the reach of the experience. I had at At firefly autism and i hope you go to the show notes and see the ceo world article there and take project five minutes to go through it and And then think about how it equates with the story in your life Were you became acquainted with something where where something discovered you in that way and hope hope enjoyed so until next week and we will be back with you next week..

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"That's a well and you know and the way that we view one another i am always i mean i'm not so fascinated is just but i really enjoy seeing it. I really enjoy seeing you know. Seeing people connect in ways before you know people that have worked together for long long time and yet they don't have a clue about each other and you can put them in a room you know like we're describing to really try to elevate the whole performance of the team and it's just it's kind of remarkable how the more connected that they get the power that that kind of fosters so when you mentioned about covered before and so two things one hand we talked about this many times and not even gonna get into it too much but we know the code in so many ways brought us closer together right because we started seeing paying attention or on another as full human beings more than just employees going to central workplace. But to your point earlier it also actually in most cases made the silos worse our lens into the landscape of what was going on in the rest of the company. typically did not improve. Let's put it that way. it It got a rough because there's a big effort that has to made. And i think cross functional teams. You know if they were really committed to it could do a lot to break down those barriers but And for many they're going to have to because when we go to much more remote situation right down this is where in fairness let's face it you had companies that really weren't setup to work remotely have to pivot very quickly and after figure it out in over time they realize of course while we can't our mindset in our processes in our thinking can't be the same as how we were on the office. It's kind of. We'd better rebuild this thing a little bit with some different core foundational pieces here right And so that transition is happening a lot right now. I think companies having to figure out how we go about this. We're going to stay remote or we're going to stay in a situation where most of us will be remote or maybe there's some of the no hybrid going on. What does that look like for us. Really and i think one of the big challenges There is going to be making sure in. Maybe it's not only a challenge that Yes it will be difficult to meet but maybe because it's difficult because people recognize could be worse problem than it's ever been. We may actually improve the situation right much like i hope we continue to get to know one another and consider the whole person is. We're working with our fellow employees. And maybe repre- change some of the way we think about and try to provide access in the lens into what's going on in the entire company that we won't be so cyber anymore. I think that'd be improvement. Yeah agreed. I know you got i know you have. You've got a whole lot. We both have a whole lot collectively and individually. You know coming up. I i know that you and i are both optimistic About life moving forward particularly the second half of the year but you know before we kind of dive into maybe the specific teasers that you wanna leave a talk a little bit about your your optimism moving forward and why do i feel great. I mean here. We are by the way. This is the first day of the house hearings on what happened at the capital on january sex and the incredible division. Just even around that here let alone everything that led up to it and everything that we're kind of dealing with in this country and how divisive but it's and yet constantly lake. I'm reminded about how unbelievably good and generous and amazing. The people are in how they do rally for one another and how there is an incredible commitment to our friends and neighbors and family members. And i think because of that You know i. I just think that that is going to overpower divisiveness. You know i do. And we're not so different now bridges. Not but but you know it's going to be So when i think about what's possible especially when you go into certain organization. Did you get teams. You figure out how Do they all. They all want to work together. They all wanted to be better. They all want to be associated with self identify with being with a high performing team. They want to think of themselves as a high performing contributor to that team. And you know it's just helping. People signed a path to do that. But i think deep down those people they they just want to be good and by the way the better they are the more they want to be coached to the more they wanna be the more reflective they are the more they look into the more. They expected themselves in others around them. To which is good because modelling those behaviors becomes obviously something that Can be contagious. So so that's why i feel optimistic. All right let me I'm going to throw you a month or you ball. There's been no coaching about this. By the way so he doesn't others is coming but in the in the in the vein of let's let people know because a big a big part of this show i think is just our shared humanity and we started off this episode talking about this school of autism and just the connection that we make with people. So let's let's Let's give the audience a way to connect and maybe maybe get some sense of us. Have you ever had a nickname. And if so what was it. Interestingly enough i've never had a nickname there's something about the short name of leo. It was just like that was. That was just that i was wanted a nickname. I thought that would be kind of cool and i. It's very. I wasn't maybe self imposed on now and meet neither. Except i had my my. My dad had younger brother named pete his youngest brother and he he gave everybody in nickname and he would call me rondo. My dad always called me ran short. Left the d. wile of randy. But okay do you like or dislike surprises. And why and why not gonna surprise. Yeah pence like anyway kick incident. What we're talking about. You wanna get one now. But i got you know when people and i love when people to me i think about when you get a surprise like that immediately. Think about like let's cool like i. Someone came up with the idea and they planned it or they did some. You know those kinds things. You're talking about that kind of a surprise.

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"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"Society is open as ours. So the the big thing that i've seen between groups and candida ceo groups in canada for example in your groups in the us and it's subtle. I don't want to overstate this too much. But when you look at their basically three things that make a group early work and have the right people right one. Is you have to have a shared common purpose for while. You're there both are important to both the second. Is you have to have shared values and behaviors and traits that will make you a good contributing member to the group and the third is really you want the diversity in the group of whatever diversity you can create all the voices around the table that will help You know you drive a valuable experience. Us groups i would say on average and slightly lean toward the diversity part as being really important a lot of the groups in canada. Lean more toward The shared values piece. They're feeling on. That is bad. You have to have the shared values part because you can bring someone from another industry sector under the practice area another whatever you know way. Diversity cuts right. But if they don't have the shared values piece they can't be contributing members of Is gonna work out. And i think they're right you know. I think that that that is that is truly fair and it like i said. I think there's a bent a slightly in one side to the other for. Us versus candidate groups but they both recognize supposed to important and You know. I think with regard to sex psychological safety. I think they both groups. They're just everybody's trying everyone's trying the best. Everyone knows that. Like i said one of used the metaphor about the pool of water at the spa. Everyone knows that if they were full into it would be the most incredible experience world. They just don't always willing. They just will sit next radio magazine dangling feet in the water you know but but to get people to truly let go into truly allow them to receive what's available to them so that they can be open to a listening and it can be more curious and ask better questions than learn more about themselves and others. It's just take scott. Have you synced any shift because of the pandemic and because of the the kind of the pinup silo wing that might have been necessary during a pandemic that now that we're emerging from it are you are you. Are you sensing that. Ceo's in particular might be even more open you know to diversity or might be more open to for life or better word might be open more open to the input and the experiences of somebody completely outside their realm. I think they are first of all. This is really funny. Call is coming from italy. I have no clue that would be. Well here. we are. I should have heart. We should him pronounce your name. Though this is this world There were living. I'm very asked the question of the silo wing that happened. During the pandemic the diversity piece yeah the emerging from that is there a pent up demand for people to not be quite as siloed because what we know what that felt like. That didn't feel too good. Yeah there's a diversity piece in the side of a piece. The diversity piece is yes. We need a lot more voices at the table but but the inclusion piece in actually even taking it a step further and creating a sense of belonging I think is buried top of mind with people. Vanessa the You know about leveraging that really becomes important when it comes to silos. I think that could not be a better time to work on your cross functional team. I realized that's out of self interest may be from my standpoint. Bud you know the bottom line is that you know if you could take what appeared buzzer groups. Do so well and applied to cross functional. Work came and actually get them functioning at least as well as your average. Ceo bird visory group. Does it would be leaps and bounds over anything That that cross functional teams doing together right now. It would help break down. Those silos would in a spirit of cooperation collaboration that would transcend these territorial battles. That people have were people budgets and pet projects within their particular departments and and people would have a lands into what's going on on the organization so that when it came to making certain decisions of have the right people involved from the beginning. You wouldn't have something that happened in one department you find out. It adversely affected Some somewhere else in by the way. Those things aren't always in real time. That could be something i'd do today. We don't see for six months you know. In in that now no one even knows where to retributive. Aren't they go down following it. So i think both of those things are hugely important and it is amazing to be the number of of companies that had absolutely met about asylum. They are and talk about talk about being able to make a difference in forget. Remove that what a what a different train standing in really tall grass and not being able to see over. That's how people operating in new jobs and the market the market and the economy are going to kind of force our hand. Those of us that you know may be tempted to remain siloed or or or survive in organizations where that's that's their department. I mean that that seems to me to be quickly. It's by necessity having to go away for the simple reason that we talked about earlier. Talent the talent pool. I don't know the high achievers that i know they. They really don't operate that way. They really don't enjoy operating that way. They they want their voice heard and they especially some of the up and comers the younger folks who who want to have a voice at the table also have a degree of. I don't know a sense about them. That will if i want that. Then i need to give way. 'cause i know my counterparts. They also want the same thing. So we kinda have tolerance for one another and i think that this tight labor market thing so the lack of i think i think overplay and i really do. I know a lot of people get upset to hear that bud. I think the reality is that there are some professions some trade. There are some Skills that are Enough people. For and i get short of that. Take you know ninety percent of all the other jobs out there and we lack the imagination in a decent system to match people with open positions. We just do we have this ridiculous system that his is designed largely. We've people out and that's what we do and we cast really great people aside for jobs in we complain that we can't find the right person for the position because what they're looking for and how they're looking for it is completely ridiculous so many respects terms of finding people that were have the skills and the will and the passion and everything else the really successful at your organization. I think about the people that are just aren't even considered we've talked about this whether it's You know women left the workforce that are trying to get back to work whether it's older people whether it som- i.

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"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

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"leo" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

"All ready cantrall here. I am in cincinnati ohio out just finished actually a vista group meeting here actually. Another one tomorrow Before heading back to california but It's kind of interesting traveling around the country to seem kind of what's going on. And what's on people's minds and how different it is from one state to another and one municipality when you seen how they're dealing with covid paths no masks you know but that's looking like the pretty pretty amazing stuff so on our things in what's it look like in texas right now as far as people masking up or not or what's in the republic of texas or are we gonna do our own thing yeah. I you know the mass at the height at the height of it. I would say really well High compliance. I'll put it that way but honestly that did not last terribly long. I think we've had people would clearly. We've had people that never that never did not. Even out of courtesy you know didn't but now Probably more rare to see people wearing masks than not. I'm curious for you traveling. And now that you've been traveling has traveled changed from the time that it reopened or the changes in airline travel from the first time you got on a plane when this all ended to say your most recent trip is anything changed so to six one is when i went to the airport to fly out tuesday morning after the monday holiday. I've never seen so many people in an airport in a long time. So the the traveller count was a shore in a major way and that was really kind of interesting to say to see really gonna took me back a little bit as opposed to getting handed a plastic bag with a tiny a bottle of water in a bag of pretzels and a wipe of some sort Get you across. The country was pretty much that was supposed to last you. They actually have reinstated a non alcoholic beverage service with the usual selection of tax. But it's it's getting there. It's making progress. Yeah well that's that's an that's an improvement. Well we were talking before we hit recording. And now that you're on about and you're you're certainly interacting with more people for me. Thinks have always been dominantly virtual so my personal my face to face. Interactions have increased net. Really just because i choose it so if i choose to go and spend some spin the morning at at city hall you know with city leaders Just kind of nice to do every now and again but it really hasn't changed so much my interaction so the scope and the scale of what you're hearing and the concerns and i mean we'll where the pressure points where two people threaten over there front november reentry and some various stages of it so a company. I was out today. Everyone's all back are all working in the office and all of that other companies. They're still remote others have more of a hybrid model. Because people wanted to come back. They really felt that isolation and really feel like they wanna be have a place to go at least a few days a week that get out of the office of your small apartment living by yourself somewhere crappy internet much. Yeah i'll take a little communities feel like get out and about and have it be little more normal so so it's not. It's not the same for everyone by any stretch. I mean that's the challenging piece of it. I will say that this is were watching. People work together in groups is really helpful because they really can bounce ideas one enough off one another in real time and this is you know this'll be you know. Go be hundreds of case studies about this somewhere down the future. But we're living now and in order to get real time I think input from people about what they're doing and how they're doing them share their experiences on. This is where i'm definitely seeing the groups. Be most helpful. Let's face it it. It's like anything you know during times of difficulty or crisis or something This is what we need. One another more and i do think people leaned into their groups. Anyone who could you know unless you're your business was completely threatened to go out of business so you end up not being able to survive. This i think most you see ios or android key executives news date with their group and really dependent on and leaned into their group to help them get through What they were doing. And i think a lot of them are grateful for that. I going meetings all the time where people kind of reflecting on what that looks like reflecting on what the group meant to them reflecting on team responded. You know at the same time. They were facing an enormous personal challenges. How they were able to keep things moving forward and and going on there so everyone just in a in a weirdly different spot in one of the issues. That comes up is vaccination brian. What's what's nation policy when it comes to people coming back office rutgers university who is you know adjunct for them and i don't teach on campus primarily I will probably go the fall and because their teacher residency a couple times a year there. But this'll be the first time will be back there in a while and do the residency. But the only way. I'm gonna be allowed back is because i was back to rutgers was first university in country to basically say you want to come back to school in person. Come september them. You're going to be back to naked and people were like well. What if You know. I don't want to get back to we go to school somewhere else. It's pretty much you know but you know new jersey really impacted In a big way. And i think there's a lot of real Caution around this about making sure they keep people safe and that they can get people about the school You know in an in person environment who are choosing to do that. So.

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