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Fresh "Leo" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:42 sec | 39 min ago

Fresh "Leo" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"Accused of a road rage shooting that killed a six year old boy in court via video alleged shooter Marcus areas and his girlfriend, Winnie Lee, accused of being the driver pleaded not guilty to numerous charges. Prosecutors say areas threatened another vehicle with a gun after he allegedly shot at the car was six year old age and Leo's inside, killing the boy. Because of that Judge Larry Yellen setting no bail for air is It seems to me that Mr Perez is a complete danger to the community to society. Lease male remains at $500,000, her mom in court, cried. Alex Stone, ABC NEWS LOS Angeles This is ABC News. If you're drowning in IRS tax debt, please get ready to take down this number to take advantage of the new IRS tax forgiveness programs. The IRS has recently hired private debt collection agencies to start collecting your outstanding taxes. He can protect.

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Alleged Motive Behind Fatal Road Rage Shooting Revealed in Court

All Things Considered

01:06 min | 10 hrs ago

Alleged Motive Behind Fatal Road Rage Shooting Revealed in Court

"Of killing a kindergartner on an Orange County freely in a road rage incident last month have been arraigned. Court documents are giving more insight into the motive behind the death. Six year old Aiden layoffs and his time and a timeline of what happened after the shooting. Here's KCRW's Matt Gillum. The alleged gunman, Marcus Harris, pleaded not guilty to murder and account of discharging a firearm at an inhabited dwelling. Win. Lee, the alleged driver of the car, where the shots came from, pleaded not guilty to being an accessory after the fact and account of having a concealed firearm inside a vehicle. Both suspects remained behind bars today after the judge denied bail for areas and kept leaves at half a million dollars. An interview with investigators, Harris said he was angry. Aidan Leo's mother flipped him off. So he grabbed a loaded gun and shot at her vehicle. After firing at the car. He and Lee kept driving and worked a full day in the city of Highland. Prosecutors claim in the week after shooting the six year old Harris had another incident on the freeway this time brandishing a gun at the driver of a Tesla he thought was driving aggressively. If convicted on all counts. Areas faces 40 years to life in prison. Lee is looking at a maximum sentence of three years in prison In one year in jail.

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Fresh "Leo" from Tim Conway Jr.

Tim Conway Jr.

00:56 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "Leo" from Tim Conway Jr.

"On a blackjack hand or buy a ticket to see tigers. I didn't see any tigers rely on kft More now, Cockroach. A couple charged with the freeway murder of six year old age. Leo's has pleaded not guilty. Officials say the delta strain of Covid 19 is becoming the most prominent variant on the planet. It keeps mutating as it spreads and the power company for the U. S. Virgin Islands says they got no reason. No timetable to fix all the complete blackout for tens of thousands of people on a couple of the island's head right back with some freeway looks at the five next. Well, you want to get out of town. You want to sell your home and just going to be done with it? You can call Sunday. I'm gonna give you a number here shortly. You have to deal with showings, realtors cleanings or making upgrades. That is for other chumps. Not you anymore. Sunday will buy your home as his give you the best possible price. Very flexible Timeline. They can close in 10 days or months. If you like. Up to you. It's your home..

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China Launches First Astronauts to Its Space Station

Kottke Ride Home

02:08 min | 15 hrs ago

China Launches First Astronauts to Its Space Station

"Yesterday. China successfully sent three astronauts or taikonauts to their tian module which will eventually become their completed. Tian gong space station. Nia haisheng bombing and tongue hongbo whose identities were kept secret until a press conference on wednesday will spend three months aboard the module bringing it into service and preparing it for the next phase of the space station's construction. It will be the longest crude mission by the chinese space agency to date the tian gong. Space station will end up looking. Like a big cross and will include crew quarters science labs and even a hubble class telescope when completed it will be a fifth of the mass of the international space station in china is open to having foreign on board to collaborate three more. Crude flights are planned to complete construction which is scheduled to be done sometime in twenty twenty two quoting the bbc. A fighter pilot nia haisheng. Fifty six is said to be china's oldest astronaut in space. He's a veteran of two previous flights which included a fifteen day visit in two thousand thirteen to the prototype station tian gong one this has since been de orbited his crewmates leo boming fifty four and tongue hongbo forty five are also from air force background lease earlier spaceflight experience was on the shenzhou seven mission in two thousand eight. That's all him participate in china's first ever spacewalk mr. Tung is the rookie on this occasion. Having never before gone into orbit and quotes in addition to landing a rover on mars last month china became the first country to send an un- crude rover to the far side of the moon in two thousand and nineteen while the us has been prohibited from working with china's space program for a passed by congress in two thousand eleven which is part of why china has to make its own space station because with the us leading the international space station partnership china therefore can't be a part of it. Nasa has been outwardly congratulatory of china's recent achievements with administrator bill nelson sane in a statement yesterday quote congratulations to china launch of crew to their new space station. I look forward to the scientific discoveries to come and quotes

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The Demand for Waterless Beauty Products Is Rising

Fat Mascara

01:17 min | 3 d ago

The Demand for Waterless Beauty Products Is Rising

"Demand for waterless beauty products is rising future market insights released a recent study day say sales of waterless. Cosmetics are expected to rise thirteen percent in the next decade. So if everybody remembers we've been reporting on these types of products on fat mascara remember. I did that whole on shampoo bars. Yep well. I had a listener. Email me with submission to add to our view. Because i said i didn't like any of the waterless conditioners. She has tried tons of them. She has her name's page. She has dry three. A hair doesn't even have to wash wash every four days. This is a woman with leo curley dry hair and she found conditioner bars at work. So i wanted to add this in to help boost sales of these products. Because we know they're better for the environment she likes professor fuzz worthy. Honey soak conditioner bar. Do you love it. that's quite a name. She says for a thinner hair a little goes a long way but for her with her thick dry hair. A lot goes a long way. And it's the best condition she's ever used. And that's like full stop of all conditioners and it's a bar people waterless and then the other one she likes is lushes american cream condition. Oh that's nice. I've tried that one i like. Yeah yeah yeah. So as sales these products rise. And we're all doing our best for the environment. Those are two waterless conditioners to consider

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How Software Is Eating the Car

The Tech Guy

01:57 min | 5 d ago

How Software Is Eating the Car

"I saw an article on the i tripoli spectrum which is their magazine by robert charette how software is eating the car the trend toward self driving an electric vehicles ed hundreds of millions of lines of code two cars can the auto industry cope. Just put it in perspective. Hundreds of millions of lines of code. That's how many lines of code there are in windows. it's that it's on. that level of sophistication. I'm sure i've been talking about this all along. But it's kind of stunning and it's relevant right now because it according to analysts. The chip shortage global chip shortage is being felt everywhere but it's especially being felt in kars four point one million autos won't be made this year because they can't get the chips that's a lot. Ten years ago only only fancy cars had microprocessor control units. Today fancy fancy. Cars like the bmw. Seven series may contain one hundred fifty electronic control units pickup trucks like the ford f. One fifty one hundred fifty million lines of code as of twenty seventeen. Some forty percent of the cost of a new car can be attributed to semi conductors. The cost is doubled in ten years and they think by By the end of this decade. It'll be fifty percent. Each new car today has about six hundred dollars semi conductors. Three thousand chips in it. So it's no surprise. I mean your steering is controlled by a chip. The the doors windows the mirrors the seats the climate control of course the anti-theft system the kilos entry system even the steering column as a computer on.

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Spare Ticket for Spaceflight With Jeff Bezos Auctioned for $28 Million

Leo Laporte

00:25 sec | 6 d ago

Spare Ticket for Spaceflight With Jeff Bezos Auctioned for $28 Million

"And the EU space exploration company. Blue Origin has auctioned off a seat on a flight. Into near space. The auction was livestream this morning. The highest bidder gets to sit next to blue origin and Amazon owner Jeff Bezos in the new Shepard's sub are double orbital takeoff takeoff and and landing landing space space transportation transportation system. system. The The man man flight flight is is set set to to go go into into space space next next month month from from the the Blue Blue Origin Origin base base in in the the New New Mexico Mexico desert, desert, just just east east of

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Winning Ticket to Join Jeff Bezos in Space

Leo Laporte

00:25 sec | 6 d ago

Winning Ticket to Join Jeff Bezos in Space

"And the EU space exploration company. Blue Origin has auctioned off a seat on a flight. Into near space. The auction was livestream this morning. The highest bidder gets to sit next to blue origin and Amazon owner Jeff Bezos in the new Shepard's sub are double orbital takeoff takeoff and and landing landing space space transportation transportation system. system. The The man man flight flight is is set set to to go go into into space space next next month month from from the the Blue Blue Origin Origin base base in in the the New New Mexico Mexico desert, desert, just just east east of

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New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing

Mark Thompson

01:25 min | Last week

New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing

"Where new details are emerging about the couple arrested after a horrifying road rage incident 24 year old Marcus Erez at 23 year old win Li are each being held on a million dollar bail, and it's expected they'll be arraigned today. She's accused of driving the car when he allegedly opened fire the bullet killing six year old age and Leo's who was in the back seat. And laid to rest yesterday. Our lead national correspondent David Begnaud is following this in Orange County, David. It's an awful story. Good morning to you. Good morning. We've learned so much information within the last 24 hours. The suspects have no criminal history. They're not involved in any gangs. The gun was legally registered to the male suspect. He purchased it legally as well. Uh, and the suspects apparently altered their appearance a bit, but they didn't exactly go underground. In fact, on Sunday, they went to eat sushi and the police watched them. But the cops didn't want to make the arrest of the restaurant because they didn't want to cause a scene, So they waited for them to leave. They followed them home. And that's where they got them. It sounded like an accident. Like all of a sudden, and then it was crazy screaming. This is Julie, who didn't want us to use her last name, describing the moment that she says police moved in and ended the more than two week manhunt. Arresting her neighbors Marcus Aires and Wendy Lee. We absolutely believe that she was the driver and that he rolled down his window and extended his arm out of the car and fired around from a gun. This is

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Kamala Harris' Trip to Guatemala Sidetracked by Technical Difficulties

Leo Laporte

00:23 sec | Last week

Kamala Harris' Trip to Guatemala Sidetracked by Technical Difficulties

"That caused air force to to return to joint base. Andrews, the VP, telling reporters on the tarmac. She's fine. Are you OK? Yeah, it's not pretty everywhere that Harris was on her way to Guatemala and Mexico to discuss the migrant surge at the southern border. As controversy and debate rages of the origin of the Covid 19

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Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

Leo Laporte

00:16 sec | Last week

Delta Flight Lands Safely After Flight Crew Detains Unruly Passenger

"24 hour news room at Delta Airlines Flight from L. A to Nashville had to divert to New Mexico when a passenger tried to break into the cockpit. The airline says the passenger was detained by other passengers and crew numbers yesterday. The plane landed in Albuquerque, A man

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How Does William Byron Prep for the Coke 600?

The Final Lap

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

How Does William Byron Prep for the Coke 600?

"So how does william byron prepare for the longest race of the nascar season coming up this weekend. I just hydrate differently. You're more throughout the week. Honestly and i think you know the as far as it goes like effort in the car. I think the six hundred is maybe not the highest effort race because of the way the track is. And you know it's not there's not a ton of bump content or content. Maybe to kind of song wheel. Would i'd say atlanta darlington would be harder so no i don't think physically you do much. I think it you know. Eating and hydrating is a little bit different. Because i feel like throughout the race. You need more fluids and then you also need to kind of eat at some point during the race whether it's energy choose or stuff like that. So and what is william that other race going down this weekend. The indianapolis five hundred. I think as i grown appreciation for racing in general. And as i've as i've learned some of the folks over on our garside with You know the training guys us with pit fit. Jim leo they. They trained scott dixon. And some of those guys up there. And i try to get the end of the race as we get ready for the six hundred. Just kind of varies based on timing. But but yeah. I think it's cool. It's really cool. Data to have both of us

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Huntington Beach Party Gets 'Unruly,' Declared Unlawful Assembly; Emergency Curfew Imposed

Leo Laporte

00:16 sec | 3 weeks ago

Huntington Beach Party Gets 'Unruly,' Declared Unlawful Assembly; Emergency Curfew Imposed

"A party with invites, sent on Tic tac and spread over social media took over part of Huntington Beach last night. Ah, crowd of thousands of people showed up on the beach and the party got rowdy police declared an unlawful assembly and put an emergency curfew into effect After fireworks were set

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Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

The Tech Guy

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

"Like apple is offering. Now did we talk about this last week. We talked about the rumor. It's now a fact thereafter ring High resolution high quality audio for apple music subscribers. But not if you're using an apple device to listen to it so that's a little weird a little weird it. doesn't work on the airpods. The airpods pro. The airpods studio. Max doesn't work on the homepods doesn't work on. The homepod mini does work on the apple. Tv so there's one there. But i think you know. Eventually they'll upgrade the wired stuff. I think it's the wireless stuff that ever going to be able to get working but it just shows you. I mean there's a there's it's definitely competitive out there in the streaming music world and as more and more people get better and better bandwidth also. I think it's the case. And that's pretty cool that Will be you know you'll be able to He'll be able to hear higher quality music. Will anybody care. that's the question. Got a whole generation. That grew up on highly compressed. Mp threes and kinda cheap. Those white earbuds. That apple was putting him with their phones for years Probably don't know the difference. Certainly can't hear it but those things no

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US' Daily COVID-19 Cases Fall Below 30K

Leo Laporte

00:13 sec | 3 weeks ago

US' Daily COVID-19 Cases Fall Below 30K

"A number of daily Cove in 19 cases in the U. S has dropped below 30,000 for the first time since June. Going to Johns Hopkins website the U. S reported a little over 29,000 new coronavirus cases on

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Interview With Author, Leo Babauta

The Wisdom Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Interview With Author, Leo Babauta

"But leo thank you and Thank you for coming on and welcome to the wisdom dommage hat. Yeah thanks for having me. It's an honor to be here with you. Daniel and everyone out there got quite a few people joining us. I wanted to You know. I wanted to go back about fifteen years. I know your story a little bit and you're living on a. You're living on a tropical island but your life isn't exactly a picture out of a travel brocha. Us sort of unsatisfied. With the way you were living. Can you tell us a little bit of y. You're unsatisfied and what you did to on things around. Yeah so the tropical island you. You're talking about as guam We sort of a little bit of a picture I was working in a job. I didn't really love Married we had five kids and one on the way and it was. I think it was like two thousand five. I was a smoker. I was overweight. I was sedentary i was a procrastinator. I was deeply in debt. House full of clutter I couldn't exercise to save my life literally and so there's just a lot that that I wanted to change about my life. I was really unhappy with it and Really was unhappy with myself. Partly because i had let my habits get so out of hand. I wasn't living the life that i wanted to live. I felt a lot of shame and inadequacy about myself And i also felt like it was failing my family both with the finances. I was really having a hard time putting the food on the table and paying rent i was avoiding predators and any kind of like people medical bills that i was showing and things like that. And it's really embarrassing for me to to not be able to like Pay for our bills. Really

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Building High Performance Teams  Peernovation  Leo Bottary - burst 09

A New Direction

04:40 min | Last month

Building High Performance Teams Peernovation Leo Bottary - burst 09

"What do we need to be looking for when it comes to the right people. A great question So when we think about it. I'll translate it from when you look at a ceo. Peer advisor eager. For example there are kind of three factors involved in making sure that you've got the right people in the room. One is as ceos they all share this common challenge of what it's like to sit in that chair and have to make decisions for an entire organization the level of empathy and understanding around what that looks like for them. That's number one. Secondly there has to be some shared understanding of the values of what it takes to be a really great contributor to the group. What does that look like. It's being curious. It's being open. It's being a non judgmental. It's being any number of things that kind of create that culture around what it means and what it takes to be a really great contributor to the group and third. There is a diversity factor. Too right you want different voices around that table who can contribute All of their experiences and ideas That are able to really lend to a really holistic conversation so when we think about it for our companies. It's very much the same thing right. We're looking at the role and we're looking at a commitment to whatever Our company does right. We have some shared values around what it takes to be really successful not just anywhere but successful in this organization. As you know. One of the things i talk about in the book is asking your current employees. Hey what does it take to be successful here. What does it mean to be. Successful here versus. Maybe the people who don't make it. What does that look like. You'll get a lot of people who presumably are there because they're really good at their job Who are going to be like. Well let me tell you what it takes to make disorganization you know. And they'll talk about it with some real pride in terms of some of those little it factors that takes be successful there and i do think that obviously diversity plays a huge play in this as well you know. We want people from different walks of life different experiences different backgrounds. can really contribute to a team in a way. That's really powerful. we all. I think have unique gifts to bring to the table and as long as we look to one another and recognize those gifts. See them as special and get to know I think one another and trust one. Another for those gifts There's no telling what a team is able to do. So having the right people is foundational to it. So i'm gonna. I wanna talk about some of these things here because you made a quote About teams quickey page twenty. Four teams are like snowflakes. No two are the same by the way. I think that's funny. No two are the same so having the right people on the team who will get the job done matters why you need people with the right skills and work ethic. They also have to be the kind of people who understand that team is bigger and more capable than any individual in a nutshell based on my reach research with groups and teams. Then we talk about these. Three categories Common purpose and then shared values and behavior and then Diversity and inclusion. I thought this was kind of interesting because you gave us some other little in all in that little quote gave some other things. Get the job done right skills. Work ethic understand that the team is bigger than any individual. I thought i thought these were some really unique characteristics and qualities that you kind of pulled into that little quote. We'll think about what teams are capable of right One of the exercises. That i mentioned in the book that i've done keynotes for example as the last summer to stand up and ask them about their favorite sports team. And they'll tell me who it is. And i said all right. Let's pretend that We'll call it the boston red sox and pitching the bottom of the ninth. Win the world series. I want you in real time. The kind of three to one to behave as you would. In that moment that they win the world series right and so you go three two one and they clap and yell and scream and everything else and it's fun because no matter how extroverted they are. They're gonna feel pretty self conscious not doing that in front of a bunch of people so we everyone clapped that person and all that but then we get everyone involved. We now pick the team in your mind that same kind of scenario three to one and of course when you have a whole hall or groom of pool of people they'll blow the roof off the place and the two things that i think you get one is the exponential result of what we can do together right too often. We try to fill the room with sound all by ourselves. If we just ask for a little help see what we can accomplish. But i think the second part of it also is that you know that first person as i mentioned. Who's doing it alone.

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The WiFi Frag Attacks - DarkSide

Security Now

01:57 min | Last month

The WiFi Frag Attacks - DarkSide

"It is getting crazy out there but there is nobody better report. That than mr. Steve gibson the host of security now. Hi steve yolande. Oh what's up. Great to be with you again. well The the big news at the issues like a week ago. was the announcement of some new attacks on wifi. So i thought okay. That's where we're gonna talk about but then we just kept getting more news at as our last week's episode was titled from the dark side. So we're going to follow up on last week's news from the dark side with a surprising amount of the happenings including the dark webs rejection of further ransomware we look at bitcoin analytics which are used to follow the dark money as it moves around We've got mixed signals now coming from the dark side group themselves and something is really interesting. I when i was digging around. I found a live list of more than two thousand ransomware tax during the just the past two years that is posted and maintained on the dark web We're also going to cover last week's patch tuesday because this is the third tuesday of the month. We don't want to miss that We've got a bit miscellany Including leo view sauce. A sixty minutes from sunday the second of this of the three segments that sixty minutes always does do three per per sunday was on the unidentified aerial phenomena task force which is actually a thing.

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There Are Speculations Over a New Pixel Phone

The Tech Guy

02:12 min | Last month

There Are Speculations Over a New Pixel Phone

"This week day. After tomorrow as i'm speaking to you google's gonna have an event and It's you know it's their traditional google. I o developer conference traditional except they skipped last year because of covid. So i think they might have a lot to say. We'll see one of the things. People are speculating about is that there will be a new pixel phone and normally they announced as an october but this seemed like a good time to announce it. If you're google all the buzz over apple's iphone twelve is were warren off. Won't be knife thirteen for six months. Wouldn't it be a fine time to release it especially since samsung releases phones. Every three minutes so you know there's no We've seen from a youtube Rumor guy. Jon prosser we've seen pictures of pixel and a pixel six pro which looked very different very different The camera bump is really more like a hump it is It's also got a two tone design it's going to be. I think it could be very interesting. Three lenses it looks like a third camera in the pro anyway on the back. So you know that's all this is interesting. We'll find out tuesday if they're gonna announce a new phone if you're an android user you might wanna wait till tuesday to find out because You know if you're in the market for a new phone because pixels you classically are the you know. The best example of what andrea can be your google but also you know for the last few years. They've lagged in hardware design. They've they haven't been exactly the latest and greatest but there's a lot to think that this might be something very new and different. Not just the design but google's already said the next phone will have google designed processors in That's

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

02:33 min | 5 months ago

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

"Today. You know the the tagline that you came up with leo for in the book that you know. I thought it was before the book. Even you know the power of weei begins with me is really kind of going to be the theme. I know that you really want to focus on today. So i don't know. Let you get the ball rolling here. you know. We've talked about this..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning leo. Today is wednesday. September twenty third two thousand twenty two days ago the sun moved into capricorn. The sign of tradition ambition a grounded mood sets in inviting the entire zodiac to embrace the year ahead. This is leo today. Spotify original from podcast. If you are feeling anxious depressed are overwhelmed. Better help offers. Licensed online counselors trained to listen and help connect with your counselor through secure video phone chat or text. Join the one million. Plus people getting help with better help and horoscope today. Listeners get ten percent off your first month at better help dot com slash horoscope today. That's better h e l p dot com slash horoscope today. Let's speak in your day issues. That took root last year may come to ahead today. Mars and the moon butt heads with stoic pluto the last outer planet in capricorn be prepared for battles but equally ready to fight for what truly matters..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good morning leo. Today's thursday december tenth. Two thousand twenty. The sun and sagittarius prepares to try and mars in aries. The son also begins to conjuncture. South note of karma were encouraged to recognize things that are on their way out and make way for what will take its place. This is leo today. A spotify original from podcast. If you are feeling anxious depressed are overwhelmed. Better help offers licensed online counselors or train to listen and help connect with your counselor through secure video phone chat or text. Join the one million. Plus people getting help with better help and horoscope today. Listeners get ten percent off your first month at better help dot com slash horoscope today. That's better h e l p dot com slash horoscope today Let's begin your day. There is much to be aware of in the stars tomorrow. The sun meets the south node. Bringing outdated concepts to the surface on december twenty first jupiter and saturn conjuncture the first degree of aquarius. The next ten days are about clearing out the old in preparation for something destined. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. The moon in venus joined forces bringing out your sensitive side. You might wanna be around family today. Perhaps connecting with cousins and siblings. It'll be important to feel part of a group. Contemplate the work you do and your.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

05:58 min | 7 months ago

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

"It interesting and energetic and where people feel that they're really participating and we don't have to just in a no one wants to sit for an hour and have you explained to them what it's like to be connected with other people. Why don't we give them the opportunity to do that. And so again. I think it's gonna be exciting for people who were going to get to connect with people they otherwise never may have met And just you know. Chew on a couple of questions that will give them. We'll get some of their Feedback on what that all looks like and And again because this is going to run afterwards anyone who actually stayed for the entire event there at the end We're going to have them. Just leave their email address in the chat and send them a free book Version of innovation so And the hope is. Ill look at that and be. It'll be something they wanna share with their teams as well and That's kind of the whole whole idea so you can look. We can look forward to the audio book being out when i think in a few weeks. You know it's been a Trying to think it's been almost two weeks. Has it been. We can half or so. Let's say since. I recorded it. And i'm for the holidays. Yeah it'll be. It'll you know i hate to put. Yeah game day. Meeting is awesome a pressure on those guys but they were talking about. Let's ballpark at around the tent. Give or take okay. So of december are so. I think the tenth through the fifteenth in that neighborhood so yes plenty of time for You late christmas shopping or normal christmas shopping for exactly what i want to stress to the audience that the book is in. Leo said. it's not a prescription. It's a framework it. It's not it's not written and this is just my observation. It's not written like a workbook but you should approach it. I would advise you to approach it as a workbook. it's not intended to just be. You know some cute stories and there are some great stories in the book. But it's it's really actionable..

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

02:14 min | 8 months ago

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

"I think You know their irrelevance everybody. So and we're coming from a red state and a blue state. He's i'm in texas so speaking of that by the way just one final note because we talk about how these things are tend to be. You know you kind of law. Can you say okay. yes biden one massachusetts. Almost seventy thirty grad. I get it but at the same time. Look texas Look at arizona. Look at florida look at. I mean there's a lot of shifts Taking place and they'll continue to to do But well. I've got a neighbor to one side and it's all biden harris stuff and then directly across the street. It's all trump stuff and then on side of me. The exact same thing you know was yeah. We're still neighbors. yes you're right. Thanks for listening. Everybody we appreciate you. Go to the website peer ovation. Dot co is the website. Leo batori dot com. We'll take you there as well. All kinds of ways to subscribe to us into contact us and to check out leo's work and we hope that you find some profit in the podcast. If there's something more that we can do for you haters ways to contact us about that too thanks. Everybody had good weekend for. Thank you for joining us to subscribe to the podcast and learn more about how you can engage peering ovation for your organization. Contact this on the website at pier. No vacation dot co until next week. Remember the power of weei against with you.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

05:12 min | 8 months ago

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

"Them and can make a difference in their organizations. Whether it's appear advisory group that they're looking to kind of you know kickstart because there's a lot in it for them you know as well. But it's also about what Peer Advisory Groups. Obviously. As you suggested the subtitle you know, can us about high performing teams and I think if It connects with you I wanted to make it easy for leaders to be able to you know get the book and to give everybody entertain both from a shipping perspective. Right where you make the book you know available right away make softcore available right away. So that in whatever format they choose instead of a thirty dollar ninety, five cent hardcover price, which is what we do have the hard cover it least it's available. In formats that are easy to share affordably priced, and you can really get the whole team benefit. From It, and of course, the PDF I think is helpful for anyone because this could be for large organizations and you may have you know hundreds are dozens of teams at least in your company, and it allows for you to be able to scale painter vacation in your organization real easily so that You know for me was was the real motivator for making sure that A it's priced to share and be at the PDF that we provided the end of the book that is just literally your name email address and I'm not going to send you all kinds of stuff and everything when it's over. We just WanNa make sure that you're kind of real and you just go ahead at the end of his length there you know four you and I think once you've read the book and then you see the PDF. Then you'll have. You know I think will. Kind of have. What you need in terms of your level of comfort with the material to be able to facilitate. A section with chain. So it's a really it's a really inexpensive. Training Course and I will say to the people that aren't readers. And I know a number of you aren't. And that's fine. But this is not this is not a large home and you're you. One thing that is is powerful to me is the succinctness of you know of the framework and the book. So this is. You're you're not paying for this book by the pound. You're you're paying because the ideas know Leo has taken the time to distill this. And get this in a really workable real world practical kind of a framework, which is, which is one thing that I'm super excited about especially coupled with the thirty page pdf that really is kind of a facilitation..

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:12 min | 8 months ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good Morning. Leo. Today's Thursday October Twenty Second Two Thousand Twenty The sign moves into Scorpio. The sign of Transformation Scorpio helps us come to terms with life steepest emotions. Over the next month. This, Intense Sign Lens, her passion, persistence, and enduring. Loyalty. This is Leo today Apar- caster original. If you're feeling anxious depressed are overwhelmed. Better. Help offers licensed online counselors or train to listen and help. Connect with your counselor through secure video, phone chat or text. Join the one million plus people getting help with better help. And horoscope today listeners get ten percent off your first month at better help dot com slash horoscope today. That's better. H E L P dot com slash horoscope today. Let's begin your day. The Sun is moved into your fourth house, a family. This is the space where we lay down roots and establish a sense of home. This month also provides an opportunity to reflect on the past understanding ways shaped our present. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Last month you collected your allies. Now Belcher support network gather. You're off the ones who were there for you through thick and thin. Their love will push you to succeed. Contemplate your path to personal growth. The fourth. House connects us to our ancestors. You might enjoy learning about the people you came from. Some of US may not be able to trace lineage back or than a few generations, but there's still plenty to learn and those hundred years.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

05:29 min | 8 months ago

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

"All I do or all anyone would do who's leading this workshop is held people discover their own answer for themselves and we know that when we do. Far, more likely to own it and implemented successfully. In in the. Not. Sure. Even how to how to word this. So that even makes sense but. From from the top down versus bottom up. Approach. When it comes to all of this I'm thinking of I'm thinking of people who say, yeah. But but I'm I'm not the leader I am not an authority figure. So. What can I do to even get the ball rolling verses? It clearly seems to me easier for someone at the top who has the authority. To kind of push this agenda. If you think about it coming from both of those directions for your thoughts. So first of all, I think people have to adopt a mindset that when they are hired at a company, they're not there to fill a position. They're there to make a difference I. think that's number one. I. Think you have to adopt that mindset. You're there for a reason is certain specialty. There's a certain work. Product is a certain thing that you're responsible for the you know has to make a contribution to the team and I think that's you know super essential and you have to recognize that that's the situation and and I also think there's an aspect of this where people up to recognize that just because you're not a leader of the team doesn't mean you can't be a leader in the team. You know there are times things will come up were you know someone I mean let's face it. We've all been in meetings particularly cross functional meetings were the topic will go somewhere I just think yeah I'm not going to be much help here or at least very little compared to some of the other talent and expertise. That's in the room however and other situations. People are GonNa look to me and say. Leo We need your thoughts we they're asking for is my leadership, my understanding of things to help guide in our team. So I think once we recognize that were not all going to be the leader all the time in that including the leader of the team Then then we recognize I'm going to make whatever contribution I'm here to make so that I fulfill the responsibility I have to make a difference. The Let's talk about just some of the. Some of the value propositions with the book and some things that you would want perspective readers and and buyers of the book to know some of the things that I know you and I are working to try to. To help supplement those people that make that investment and and the real investment that I know you want people to make is not in the book but is in putting this stuff into into action give this ago. Give this.

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"Were so good [at conversation] that we don't think about how complex it is." Phillip Hunter Formerly of the Amazon Alexa UX Team and Founder of CCAI - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 14

The Voicebot Podcast

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"Were so good [at conversation] that we don't think about how complex it is." Phillip Hunter Formerly of the Amazon Alexa UX Team and Founder of CCAI - Voicebot Podcast Ep 174 - burst 14

"Conversation is a system it's multi-layered it's multicomponent. Very, adaptable to too many different situations and we're all really really good at it. Were so good that we don't think about how complex it is but. What would we tend to do? We see sort of this outward? View of it, and then we think that that's the thing. But really there's a thing there's a system behind the thing that we should really be trying to build. that that enables what would enable want in and able so much more so like. You know once we unlock. The Gatien or loosely bounded context. We actually, we actually make so many more things available to developers. Then if we just have preference setting, which is one one aspect of context but it it just focusing on the introduces some real limitations. Right. Well, it's interesting you sharing your thought to. A couple of people commented. Well Tobias Goebel. For example, said more research isn't the answer because I think that would be one of the things we had no last from facebook and impede an from cognitive. They were talking about this idea that it's actually pretty hard to do these multi terms and to achieve what you're talking about, and then you've got to buy a saying Yes. Okay. Fine and he's done this for. Decades himself, but we don't need more research. We actually know how to do this. We just need to do the work right and yes and I say. Me You know pick apart. A couple of things one is depends on who's doing the research what research Is Doing I think a lot of people in the tech industry who need to do who need to do with literature review type research of what's known about human conversation and human interaction. There's. Immense. Amount of richness there and people who have done. Amazing. primary research. So we don't need to do primary research we need to do we need to learn from that research, which is a form of research in of itself. the second thing is. We've had so many different tools in so many different platforms for the early days of speech recognition before we got to. Syria lexcen Amazon a serious google assistant in in so. There's a lot of folks who. who say it's hard because they look at it and they think it would be hard for them. I know all the people you talk but the. Pointing them specifically it's just it's. It's the difference between it's a hard problem versus it's hard for me to do it. So if you want me to play a piano concerto. I'm going to say that's really hard for me to do because I can't even really do chopsticks. Keyboard means I know how the piano works, but I am not going to play a concerto for you. However playing concerto the ability provide giving someone the ability to play a concerto who can do it is is a solved problem. This sheets music. There's a piano someone has the training boom they can play it. So it's not. It's not the thing it's hard in in many of these cases. Is that people who haven't done it look at it and perceive that it's hard and so. Is it something you talk people who have done it. Lash in Peter People. have been down this road before in one form or another well I. If you I don't know when you last looked at it, but I responded to lash and said, yes, you know he he shared a paper from Microsoft's co-authored and I looked at it and I. Yes. If if you're limiting yourself to to the approach that we should be able to recognize. Everything that's involved in a conversational interaction by analyzing the text then yes, it's really hard. Why? Because that's A. Sliver I shouldn't say a sliver it's a piece of the data. It's one. Yeah well, we need conversational data so we have text level. Any. There's some faults there too. 'cause we ignore word order most of the time and stuff like that but but we need. We also need to like where there weren't words or where there were things that are just there conversational aids like arms and earns and well drying dragged out words or pregnant pauses things like that like that's all data to and it's really really important because we're getting those are signals for for different things you know on our in our our floor holders like don't don't interrupt me yet I'm thinking about what I'm going to say next but I'm making a noise so that you know that I'm doing it. And it's and that's being applied today not just some of the systems we talked about. But

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

02:31 min | 10 months ago

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

"Now it's a Piece I was I was. I was I was proud of you both for it and again to our audience really really short piece but. Maybe a piece that you can share with your group with your team with your family. Maybe have a conversation about the article. It's a, it's a great way to start. Our website is we said is paranoid ovation DOT Co. you can go over there and find all kinds of ways to subscribe an all the previous podcasts will put a list of that show with Craig. Just, some terrific interviews all along the way and conversations. With various people, and if you can figure out anything that Leo or I can do for you and your group or your team, we we encourage you to reach out with that too. We we enjoy your feedback. You can find us on all the social media platforms and those are available over at the website. As well, we appreciate your listening I'm GonNa give you the last words Salil. No. I. Just love everything. You said particularly all the things that. I. Think People can start. For themselves whether it's for their team or their families definitely have a look at the article I think particularly listened to. The podcast. We did with Craig because if you haven't heard that, I, think it's really going to allow you to crawl inside the fact that every one of us can make this possible. We always talk about the power we begins with me. This is this is where we do. This is how we can make a difference each and every one of us so. With that have a great week and. We'll see you next week..

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

06:55 min | 10 months ago

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

"My name is Randy Cantrell come from California and from Texas, and we're glad to have you with us. Leo wrote a piece. In collaboration with Greg Weber he of conversational capacity fame. One of our favorite guys and and some really really great stuff. And you wrote a piece on medium Leo entitled I Love My Grandkids Heart Iheart. My grandkids with. Some fingerprints of. Little. Kids. So I don't know it's a it's a it's a good conversation and at the center of the conversation is divisiveness which. Can't relate to that today. Well in a in in the piece, actually the visual of the I. Love My grandkids is Kinda like. William. You're used to talk about with the third. Saad right. It's like for the sake of the kids for the sake of the country for the sake of the grandkids or something right that when you've got two sides fighting. You've got US pause for a moment and think about. Can we call about something larger than ourselves, which is usually the third side to recognize I think. were actually exchanging photos, Tex, much of the grandkids and it was kind of fun and but we were having a conversation as we do and has he is all about confrontational capacity right about the fact that people are not having conversations anymore. And it isn't just a function of. What's happened over the last union? This current administration it's this goes back twenty years Excuse me and it's and it's in. The Echo Chambers have been created by MISS NBC and by Fox News. That allow people to just tune into their own worldview at the expense of. Of any other thoughts ideas framework backs on all of it And The more that has come into play the less. People. are able to really engage in conversations because it used to be. In. Grew up in the world politics, people would argue issues all the time. Here's why answers where I'm on on that. It it wasn't. Name calling. It wasn't people liars wasn't people. It was this an idea that we all want what we believe is best for the country. You have a different way of getting there than I do. Let's talk about that and see if we can in fact, come to some. Idea about what that might look like. But when when you begin conversations today where someone expresses an opinion and usually it's loaded up, right. And then. Everybody's a liar or socialist or the now racist or whatever you want to put on somebody. Is. Just and. So as we're trading these grandchild photos, we said, can you only imagine that abyss? Keeps going the way. It's going what the world will be like for that. and it's really a sobering conversation between you consider how fast. You. Know things have devolved in our society it's already been. You know how many conversations have you had the people for years and years now about okay. Can't talk about politics Thanksgiving mad because forget it. No, and then that goes into the other family gathering you can think of. When you're going to get a UP ground rules and it's just it's. It's beyond said, where where did we lose? Our Ability To engage one another as fellow human beings and just. Sometimes be able to agree to disagree right I'm not worried about like it's not about you gotta convince me convince you or anything, but just to understand what we're someone's coming from. Have Exchange about things times as you know, I mean many conversations we been in our lives where. It believe their conversation can neither confirm my belief or it gets me thinking about another way of looking at something. The. And of course, I want to get your thoughts on that just general but a really want to get to the heart of why we wrote the piece because basically this divisiveness is actually found its way into an area that really kind of. Blew both of our hair back. But you know, what do you know? What? What are you seeing on air when Iran's family whatever? When I when I read the piece and and I were were texting he was texting me and I was in the middle of reading the piece. It was published on September seventh two, thousand twenty will and Craig Weber and I wrote that together yeah I I ended up being posted it but we've been sharing out to and a few of the planet. So, you know I'm I'm sitting there and I'm I'm reading it and. I are hearken back and. I went to journalism school in the Seventies. And this was the Post Watergate. Class of journalism. It's not why I went I just liked language and words. I had no intentions of ever in never have used it. except just in my own writing and stuff, but I was just naturally curious and I remember having a lot of conversations with professors who had gone to Vietnam, and of course, the at Phnom was a real. Was, a real Vietnam and Watergate were both real polarizing? Subject. So different time, different era, different kinds of topics. But the media? was was really changing even then because we had countless. Formal meetings and informal meetings and dialogue about just accuracy in media and people being able to have these viewpoints and express these viewpoints and understand these viewpoints and that's I mean I'm going back to the mid Seventies. When American culture was really changing and of course, is as you pointed out in the last twenty years, it's really picked up picked up steam. I. I'm very curious I've had conversations you and I talked before we hit the record button I've had conversations just today. About things relating everything from politics to the pandemic that we're in and I'm just puzzled I'm just I'm not judging I'm just. I'm I'm puzzled by. How.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

02:39 min | 11 months ago

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

"So that's where it comes from. It comes from the Angela Myers of the world who talking about how much we matter talks about June cruises and what it means to model away comes from. Countless other guests who are in their own way contributed to the idea that. Again we are not just there to take up space were there to matter to make a difference in and anytime we are part of a team where there for a reason and we have to recognize what that reason is very bus contribution we can. So you can be on a team in say, we'll. My team sucks without you know accepting some personal responsibility for. Or if my team's great to be proud of the role, you play on the team whether you're the lead on that team. When you role player on the team what ever however you contribute to another success becomes really powerful but really starts. With. Really reflecting. each and every one of US reflecting on. We are what we care about how we can get better how we make a difference in how we can. You, know help others and when we start operating in that way I think it's it's very powerful That line in many respects doesn't come from me. Either comes from just about every guest we've had on the show who has absolutely in their own way underscored you know the power of that should be able to capture it online and make it part of the way people think about. They are role never involvement in Negra per team. In a good start I hope. We. Appreciate you the audience, and we hope that we're we're help. We're hoping you in some small way maybe some big ways. As, you try to improve your own leadership and and build your own. Higher Performing Team of YOU WANNA connect with Leo and the work that we're doing peer navigation. We encourage you to do that as pure and Ovation Dot Co. you can find out ways to subscribe to the podcast and although work that Leo and I do which is is obviously largely virtual and and remote these days. But amazing how effective How effective that is I had a client just this week. Say you know I think it may even be more so and I'm not sure why that is but I'll take it. So we encourage you to subscribe to the podcast when we preach you clicking play for today's episode in Yardley teased the the three guests that we've got coming up and then there's others that we've got. Coming down the pipeline. So we're looking forward to to a productive fall..

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

02:24 min | 1 year ago

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

"In in one another And can look at each other and smile doing something that would have been interpreted completely differently running a three months ago You know it's it's it's pretty pretty remarkable. I think What we're doing. I think my hope is that we We can just keep it up. Yeah we appreciate you the audience. We hope that you and your loved ones and your family your friends. We HOPE YOU'RE ALL SAFE. You know we're we're we're all mindful as everybody. Is that these numbers technically these. These mortality numbers. There are these are real people they have real names they have real families and loved ones and I've had a few clients who have been touched directly by this who have lost loved ones. Parents Children adult children. But I've known I I know people in their twenties who have been quarantined. Wait we all use that word like we're quarantine but they've in quarantine because they tested positive for it so it seems like some mothers more than others. Perhaps but you know we're we're all in it together and I think there's value in that I think the global and the universal nature of this thing has as hopefully giving us some opportunities to bond together. The website is Leo Batori Dot Com Elliott B. O. T. T. A. R. Y. DOT COM. Peer No vacation is Leo's Company Appear No vacation DOT Co. It'll take you to the same website all kinds of content. I mean Leo's got a of articles All of the podcast episodes are found there as well as your favorite podcast directory. Whether that's apple podcast formerly I tunes or Stitcher or spotify. Or I mean we're we're we're wherever you need to need a stress C. Suite Radio C. Suite radio big time shoutout to C. Suite Radio on the megaphone DOT FM platform. So we appreciate all you who listen to us over there or catches on the Youtube. They're all in video and they're all in audio and Lord Willing here a few months. Leo's new book will be out and with that. I'll give you the last word Lille. Yeah no just want to thank everyone And also just You know stay safe and we will See next week.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

06:42 min | 1 year ago

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

"But they may be looking at it completely different and there's just value in that they're just is. It doesn't mean that you have to agree with people. I mean all the sniping that goes on social media and whatnot is I've I'm now in my fourth other than this. I'm in my fourth dark phase where I'm just shutting the phone off shutting the computer off just not paying attention to it because it just drives me absolutely that crazy. Well you know getting back to. I mean it's funny almost from unannounced laughing to myself because even our conversation is as been kind of all over the place. Okay which which I think is exactly kind of reflects the circumstances we're in right now you know but one of the stories that I shared Through video on Lincoln just the other day was the story. Was Leo mcgarry from West to Leo. Mcgarry is talking to Josh. Lyman Judge Lineman. It actually was going through some stuff. Who's talking to a psychologist to Leo? Had waited for him at the end of the day so anyway judge came up for me so I can't believe you waited for me. He starts the story by saying Yeah he thinks. I have an eating disorder in fear of rectangles. You know so. He was just kind of making fun but when he did was he admitted in that moment at Having some real issues and So mcgarry looks at him and says he says you know there was this guy and he gets stuck in a hole in the side of it were so big. You could crawl his way out. He said so anyway looking for anyone to help him when he said a doctor came by in he said dumb. You Know Dr can you. Can you help me get outta hair in? He just took her wrote a prescription and throw it in the whole right and he kept going and a priest came by basically Rotana prayer through it in the whole kept going so then all of a sudden this is one of the guys friend comes in his his. Hey what's happening down here? I'm stuck in this whole so the French jumps in with him. He said what are you stupid. Now we're both stuck down here. And he says yeah. But I've been here before I know the way out. And it's a great story but it's also one that we don't need people necessarily only to give us the prescription about what we should take of what we should do or or people only give us hope but but people who are willing to kind of dive in there with us and show us the way out and there are a lot of people like that and I think people are buying large willing to out for one another in the doing it for one another every day. Whether it's you know the first responders the people working throughout our healthcare system and The people who have helping business standpoint and everything else I mean. People are being extraordinary to one another a diamond in the hole and showing people you know how to get out but you have to ask the guy in the whole just. Didn't let people walk by. I think he was going to climb out all by himself So I think if we ask for help in are willing to help others Then we're going to climb our way out of this hole and stuff will kind of press on hope to be prepared better the next time but I think that it's a good place to ask is a good optimistic way to end and a we are. We are still in the greatest country in the world. Pardon pardon to you you foreign listeners. But you know we're we're we're a bit biased here in America. There's there's some. There's some great work happening globally as well and it's it's the commonality of whole human rights so we are all in this together. The website is Leo. Batori Elliott not a R. Y. DOT COM. If it's quick update on the book riding and will will tease that a little bit more in like the last word. Yeah kind of. I thinking the final week or two of getting all of the the copy don that that's been really good shoutout to tech Canada who have been doing a lot of work with some you know recently. They've been amazing in terms of what they're doing to try to remove barriers for prospective members to get involved in a group and try to gain access to the kind of help That that people need right now. People are going to jump in the hallway. Thea and kind of show you the way out and I think that organization in by the way I I kind of call them out because I've been doing a bunch of work with them now. I'm quite certain that other organizations out there. Who Need you know? Peer groups are really trying to do the same thing right now because if anyone recognizes how much we all need another organizations like that so but but yeah no Candida Great Great Team in just a great heart and a great spirit that they've shown of throughout this help. You know anyone and everyone on the thing things. They've opened up that I think if given access To people who aren't paying members necessarily but giving them content and resources in that are really helpful. Thome so shot up to them. Good job good. We appreciate you. The audience for clicking play Hopefully we are a pleasant intrusion in your life and we hope to give you at least some food for thought and some actionable things that you can do reach out to Leo Leo. Batori DOT COM L. E. T. T. R. Y. Dot Com and you can see all that Leonidas ovation dot co will get you to the same place parent. Ovation is Leo's initiative to kind of help. You leverage the power of surrounding yourself with other people who are willing to jump in that whole with you and we appreciate you listening and hope you'll tell a friend and reach out to us if we can be of any help or service to you. The contact page over the website would be the best way to reach Leo all of our Social Media Contacts. Those are also in the show notes for every episode and. That's it for me Leo. Well thanks Randy You'd be well and be safe and say that to everyone out there listening as well and we'll see you next week.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

04:36 min | 1 year ago

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

"And it was probably more his his parents that were really in the throes of the depression and the changes that that made in just their worldview and their practices with their personal finances and and their life. And it's interesting to me. The business owners that I've been interacting with over the last couple of weeks you can. You can send some really positive changes in behavior as far as future proofing a term that we. Kinda bantered about and one of the things that you've alluded to for US coming out of this and people that are members of these groups and working together to leverage their collective experience and knowledge to try to not only get through this. But now how how can we try to be as strong as we can come out the other end You know cashflow reserves and everything else that in play now. It's interesting and it's important because the opportunity considered us Near yesterday as I mentioned so strongly obviously is a principal at a profit and she led a Webinar. Yesterday in one of the slides Really fascinating slide. She was looking at over a long period of time looking at the various recessions that took place but she was looking basically at the bottom of where those Russians were some of the companies that were formed exact during those times. Microsoft was one of the Uber Airbnb. It there is a number of companies across the the way every time the reception someone saw the opportunity to create something that you know XLII initially while the in many respects right so big ideas so as we are looking at our existing organizations and looking at the fact that there will be the destructors out there looking at this time since the opportunities that we also have to see them. You know as well in Iran right and see. How do we serve? Our people want our customers in a way that is is is GonNa meet their needs going forward because we don't somebody else's going to bottom line exactly right exactly right. The website is Elliott B. O. T. A. R. Y. DOT COM of and went brain dead parent ovation. This is I'm sleep deprived paranoid dot co will get you there. How can I forget? How can I forget this? I Apologize Polio. Before we hit record I'm a hopeless. Insomniac I have been all of my life and I'm operating on about ninety minutes of sleep every night for about the last ten days or so which stands horrible for most people. But it's not that it's not that bad so but it does kind of make the connections. Don't quite make so. At least I'll blame her on. I watch it says it's because I'm old but here no vacation. Dot Co Leo is is reaching out and doing doing a lot of stuff. If if if you have the need please please. Please reach out to somebody. Leo and I both have our hands in the air and there's people that you can reach to At at this time we clearly do kind of lean our work into helping business leaders but Somebody the other day and of course you and I know this phrase because we've heard it for a long long time a lot of this of what group and what some of these interactions are. They are not therapy are therapeutic and as human beings we. We need that in the best of times. We really to your point of just mental health. We'd need it especially in the worst of times and the speed with which all of this news is happening and this slope is going skyward and the uncertainty. That's happening every day so I think we're we're both encouraging people to stay just as connected as you can stay so that you can get through this and I'll give you the last word from anybody not I think. That's a great way to sum up what we've talked about today and Again have listened to the podcast share with Friends and colleagues and family and we will see next week.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

16:31 min | 1 year ago

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

"Welcome to the what anyone can do. Podcast with Leo Batori and me Randy Cantrell. This show picks up where our previous show your the peer left off highlighting the simple truth that who you surround yourself with matters that if we enlist the support of others if back to those who give to us and pay it forward for the next generation we can do anything author keynote speaker? Leo Vittoria and I talked with a diverse group thought leaders who will share stories and insights. That will help you succeed in business and life. How by doing the things anyone can do but most of us never will welcome to another episode of what anyone can do the podcast. My Name's rent control coming to you from a still chilly. Dallas Fort Worth Texas where the weather never changes. Leo Batori L. E. BE OTT A. R. Y. DOT COM is the website. He's in southern California Sunny Southern California. But a a breezy like sixty five degrees though. So it's a little chilly for us here. Actually we've got the sun out a closed the shades so the Webcam done all messed up. We've teased for a couple of episodes now. We know that you're working on this new book. We we know enough to Kinda know the theme of the book with all of this work that you do with peer groups and groups and team and that whole learning organization kind of stuff but today we wanted to dive a little bit deeper into into that work and And not just as a teaser but to provide the audience with some value today on some some things that they can start to think about as we kind of move forward to the release date. No it's exactly right and I think it probably is helpful. If you think about it too you know back when I was Advantage and you know. We're in the situation. Where in my view we were trying to sell you know. Bmw to someone who didn't know where to car was I thought okay and Leon and I had to get together convinced. The board of Directors. And all that a book wasn't a hard cover sure boosters but something that took an overall look at the category appear advisory Groups Receipt. Ios He executives business leaders. All that was really worthwhile because it was just astounding to us. Take Mr Jeevan out of the picture but when you look at all of these groups that go on here in the US and around the world still. I mean minuscule number of CEO's and executives participating these groups and yet they're so incredibly effective so we're trying to bridge that like why is that. What is it about? And we just kind of felt like giving it some narrative What was helpful. Which is where the term period bandaged came from. You know it was this idea of appearance launch. Everyone knows and everyone gets it. But what these peer groups do is more than parents lunch. It becomes pure advantage but not in a way. That's just kind of a you know a catchphrase at it. There's something real about it. When it comes to being more selective strategic unstructured about the people we surround ourselves. And when we do that we can actually gain you know. Peer Advantage for ourselves and others Of course you know that led to our during the year the pair for a year which was amazing. Right we didn't. We had the most incredible guests on that show. It was just so much fun every one of them. Of course you know telling us that You know a successful as they were. They certainly didn't do it all by themselves. They even laughed at the notion of that in in most cases.

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"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

Leo Today

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"leo" Discussed on Leo Today

"Good Morning Leo. Today is Monday November. Eighteen two thousand nineteen Mercury Korea Twelfth Decrease Scorpio Semi Square Jupiter at twenty six degrees Sagittarius. Be Wary of Phantom problems. The issues issues that plague. You may be of your own imagination. This is Leo today. Park cast original. Let's begin your day though. Moments for reflection are important everything should be done in moderation. If if you spend too much time lost in your own mind you may imagine problems that don't truly exist. Remind yourself to step back from your thoughts take a look around. Nothing is as dire as it seems. It may be best to avoid certain Scorpio today. They're intense tense. Energy could make old worries flare up. Consider keeping the company of those with calmer more soothing vibes Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships as driven Mars incid sojourn through partnership minded libra in your communication zone. You may insist on leaving nothing unsaid. If an opportunity for an important discussion with the left one arises be able to to seize the moment to say your piece just remember it. Behooves you to hear the other party out. It's well after all no. Oh true. Conversation is one-sided consider the work you do and your career as Venus contacts powerhouse Pluto. Your Passion for project will be the fuel you need to see it to the end. Let your enthusiasm help you. Surmount any challenge. That comes your way.

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

Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary

14:42 min | 2 years ago

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

"Do podcast with leo atari me randy cantrell our new show picks up where the last show show year the peer left off highlighting the simple truth at who you surround yourself with matters that if we enlist the support of others give back to those who give to us and pay it forward and for the next generation we can do anything author and keynote speaker leo vittoria and i will interview a diverse group of thought leaders who will share stories and insights they will help you succeed seed in business and in life how by doing the things anyone can do but most of us never will <music> <music> <music>..

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