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"markovits" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:17 min | 3 months ago

"markovits" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I <hes> i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly <hes>. But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like <hes>. It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle <hes>. Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of <hes>. Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. <hes> just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on the growth cycle as us to change that statement to get dis. But i'm actually a student which creates more curiosity and motivation and confidence and planning so the vicious cycle can actually become virtuous one when we as leaders make that happen when teachers says you're a student we both know that. Let's see how we can start showing that here and then noting incremental progress

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Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:17 min | 3 months ago

Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on the growth cycle as us to change that statement to get dis. But i'm actually a student which creates more curiosity and motivation and confidence and planning so the vicious cycle can actually become virtuous one when we as leaders make that happen when teachers says you're a student we both know that. Let's see how we can start showing that here and then noting incremental progress

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"markovits" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"markovits" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I <hes> i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly <hes>. But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like <hes>. It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle <hes>. Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of <hes>. Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. <hes> just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on

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Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:48 min | 3 months ago

Why Everything Leaders Are Taught About Growth Is Wrong

"Over the years. The accelerate your business growth podcast has gained. Recognition is a great resource for small business owners. Sales professionals entrepreneurs business leaders. And that's because of the guests are these are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is benjamin. Markovits a champion for growth a leadership expert and the founder and ceo of the rise institute which advances the understanding that human beings can grow and develop beyond their estimations and that expecting radical gross from those who struggle can and should be the norm using his expertise consulting work background in education and boots on the ground research on human behavior. Ben helps leaders accelerate their work and generate breakthrough performance in their employees. He believes the world will be transformed if people understand and recognize the possibilities for growth. Within every i just love that thanks so much for joining me today. Thank you for having me dance to be here absolutely so i am curious if you would share with listeners. Some of the things that you learned when you were working in education that have actually transferred over to business. Thank thank you for that opportunity. I i think it's just a really important thing when you're teaching kids in a school to feel that you are their leader and the distinction of being a leader of kids in a school is that you take full responsibility for their performance and so when as often the case kids. Do not grow as fast as you want. There's never any doubt that that responsibility is yours. And as i moved into being a leader of teachers. I recognize that that was just as important a relationship to have between me and them as their adult leader and as i discovered a branch out into other fields that that was a mindset that was i think unfortunately not not common so the approach to folks who don't perform well in the typical organization is to assume that that's their responsibility not their leaders responsibility. And that's okay if you can move them out and replace them rather quickly But i do think there are missed opportunities for growth that actually think many effective teachers know that many effective leaders of adults. Don't that's really interesting. So so cash that sends me like It is it part of what teachers are taught. You know as far as how to manage a classroom and how to get the most out of kids and that sort of thing yeah. I think it's the good teachers know this whether or not you have teachers who are actually measuring their results looking to improve learning in their classroom. If you look across those who really do an exceptional job. They all share this. One characteristic of how they culturally build their classroom. And this is something that i think. Most leader should pay attention to if they're looking to create a really accelerated business model. And it's something that i've you know over time nicknamed the growth cycle Which is a developmental idea. Very common ineffective classrooms less common among leaders of Of bigger organizations that anybody can really use to help everybody do a better job and particularly those who we think. just can't improve and and it holds that under performers typically need their identities elevated before their performance improves so thinking about from a student perspective. If you are a child who gets dis. You often think you're a d. student and we usually respond to that by saying well. Here's what you need to do to get a sometimes that that works. But i think rarely because usually that student is in a vicious cycle i get dis their formity student. I keep getting these and so on

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"markovits" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"markovits" Discussed on Amanpour

"For example we know lots more women come into the grass roots level house represent right and but I think the problem is for that very apex and the way the American system is structured is so about one single person the actually anything feels like a risk you now an all white fail for example in the same way and people say you know on the Democratic side we just want to beat this Guy Donald Trump. Who can we afford to take a risk? Now you are also a political writer and you cover politics here and everywhere for the Atlanta. Yeah before for the New Statesman and you obviously have your finger on that pulse. I think it's really really interesting that I spoke to when you talk about the likeability factor of women in politics women in any endeavor. Frankly I just spoke to jill wine banks who come out with her own book called the Watergate go she was actually a prosecutor during Watergate was very young but she was a prosecutor and had come up through. Obviously you know. The education system in which no students who are female made up. Miniscule percentage something like three to four percent of her class for women at law school and this is what she told me about. The likeability factor. That women still have to pause. You're in a tough situation because as a woman you have to be careful not to be so assertive that you're viewed as I don't know if I can say this on television but you're viewed negatively as overly aggressive. Does it with the Yes it? Does you got it exactly? So it's it's a tricky situation as to how you talk back and I've used a lot of different strategies in dealing with sexism and sometimes you have to be nice about it. Sometimes you have to bring a man in to help you. Did you find that with some of these historic women? I was GONNA say. Did I bring a lot of men in doubt that to definitely did the books dedicated to my husband and one of the things? That's really important about that is that he made cups of tea and dinners while I wrote the book and I think it's something that holds back female political candidates. They're expected to have a family. Yup Praise on because it's evidence your well rounded person but that leaves you with a lot less time for your career and that's not necessarily the double binds that men facing in quite the same way but the likability thing is is so fascinating that success is positively correlated with likability. We like successful men. We admire them and it's not the same for women us all. If we think that you know she must be selfish or ambitious or not kind people. We still have this idea that women are supposed kind of everyone's mom kind of you know putting him on the head and soothing their sore knees well you profile. Sportswoman who is definitely not. Everyone's mum leaper before Megan Rappeneau playing soccer or football here in England in one thousand nine hundred eighteen so describing this massive than six foot Tall Lancashire and yet and she was gay Meghan Rappeneau so she is openly Yes she lived with her her partner for some years actually when she she had to retire from football at the age of all of I think well semi professional age of sixteen so she was some the period of the first World War period of enormous change for women in Britain. One point five million then went into the factories because the men were way the front. I'm while they were in the factories. What did they break time? They kicked a ball about women's leaks. Seem form because the premier league had been suspended for for the duration of time and so lily. Parr is an incredibly naturally talented footballer. She's got incredibly strong. Left footed kick or not great football expert and she as much in one day in front of fifty thousand spectators. They go on a tour to France. Once the the war is over and kind of get driven past all these terrible battlefields. But in one thousand nine hundred ninety one the F. aid decides the football coach decides that all of this is a bit too much too radical. There's already been legislation. Saying women have to give up their jobs for soldiers coming back home and go back into the home and the FAA then says we think that the sport of football is not suitable for females and should not be encouraged and they get banned from playing on men's pitches and that's that's it really keeps on playing. I should say should play the last game at the age of forty and she scored and she worked in a hospital. But the you know the women's football and people keep saying to me over the last ten years there's no appetite for no wants to watch that's rubbish right and you put it on a main channel you have little girls can now see women using their bodies running round at different type of feminine We kind of sending the edges of some people coco. Chanel is another extraordinary example so she is in good night stories for rebel girls the bestselling. Children's book as in this kind of Feisty. Empowered woman who didn't take no finances. Well she was very probably the lover of Nazi officer and possibly even also is fine for that patient of World War. Two right so one and the same way that lots of people in World War Two survived by making nine like squalid corrupt. Little deals I and that's not. That's not part of the U. Gogol story right. You don't think that's the kind of empowering thing to do but it's what real humans did to survive. What do you want people to take away from the story of these difficult women two things? The first is to be a little bit more forgiving about. Everyone's human frailty you know. I think this particular debates about language people get jumped on using slightly the wrong language when they didn't mean anything by it. We are incredibly puritanical in that way and to be slightly more generous minded and how we treat people and the second thing is to move from consciousness raising which. I think the Internet has been brilliant for in terms of feminism to looking at legal structures and we talked about. Nda's that's an obvious. One others being used in incorrupt ways in ways that actually favour abusive men. Really Interesting Helen. Lewis Ultra of difficult women. Thank you very much. Indeed.

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"markovits" Discussed on I, Survivor

I, Survivor

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"markovits" Discussed on I, Survivor

"Ah I can't get straight to voicemail again. Where are they? Why are we even here personally? I'm here for the mini mart. Do Do I do the eighteen dollar light or the thirty two dollars Bacardi and the twelfth dollar coke better make double okay so mom said she. You sent me the email. But I didn't get anything I feel like I feel like they have something to tell us or go. Bottles were dad. It's almost seven. PM Champions been sitting out for two hours besides the choir lady said it was for Dr Richland and I am. I'm Dr Richland. Oh God that is lovely. I go listen uh-huh Damn it landed yet if they haven't landed yet then we're gonNA have to spend the holidays listening to our father. Go on about lending the Cessna in store except he's GonNa call it hurricane. I talked to mom when they were in the air. They were twenty minutes out and that was three hours ago Coming in on my phone to kids. Something's happening she says something about Ed. Ed is these must be from earlier. A thinking of thank God. She called mom mom are you okay. Hello a close windows Dayrit. What guy? What's what's going on? Okay I think what visit the plane crashed there I think there he said they're dead. Doc they fell mom. They're And they're still looking for its body God coming up on the season of blood ties Bear richland the plane went missing yesterday with Dr Richland and his wife Marie aboard. Yes Connie with calling I reporter for the time. Listen I can talk to you for the obituary. Whatever another time for an obituary I I have damaging and your father was just assume we know everything about everything? Okay the last thing my mom ever sent me. It was a text message. It said something's wrong. Your Dad is my dad is what exactly mom in my is he. We need to find out by the house happening. That was just a preview of blood ties to listen to the rest of this episode. So and the series listening subscribe on Apple Podcasts spotify or wherever you're listening right now. Hey I'm Rufus Chris Kim the host. I wonder his show the next big idea each week on the podcast. We bring you ideas that might just have the power to change the way you see the world this week. We're talking about meritocracy. It's the idea that society rewards talent and hard work. That may sound fair but Yale Law school professor. Daniel markovits says it's it's not leveling the playing field instead. It's concentrating privilege and intensifying inequality he tells us why we need to transform our schools and businesses and reimagined meritocracy to listen to our conversation. Subscribe to the next big idea from wondering..

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"markovits" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"markovits" Discussed on The Daily Article

"<music> this is the daily article podcast published by the denison forum or culture changing christians to receive the daily article directly to your korea mail inbox each weekday morning visit the daily article come now. Here's today's news discerned differently before before we get to the daily article today. I'd like to tell you about our newest book blessed eight ways christians change culture. What does being blessed mean to you you an answer to prayer at just the right time the smile on a child's face or your perfect friends hashtag blessed instagram post two thousand years ago jesus defined being blessed with eight statements. We know as the beatitudes in the sermon on the mount in my newest book blessed eight ways as christians change culture. I discuss each of jesus blessed are statements and how they challenge us to a higher calling if we are to be the salt and light to the world jesus calls us to be we must first understand what it means to be blessed by god which is likely a far cry from what hashtag blessed means today day to request your copy of blessed visit the daily article dot com. That's the daily article dot com now. Let's discuss the central question in today's daily. Article can hard work buy happiness. Daniel markovits is a professor at yale law school with previous study at the london school of economics annex oxford harvard and yale law school in the atlantic he pulls back the curtain on one of america's most destructive myths the harder you work the happier you'll be the dictionary defines meritocracy as a system in which the talented are chosen and moved ahead on the basis of their achievement according to markovits this system has become highly restrictive in america producing wealthy parents who produce privileged children for instance harvard princeton i in stanford and yale collectively enroll more students from households in the top one percent of income distribution than from households in the bottom sixty percent markovits cites. It's a study indicating that only one out of every one hundred children born to the poorest fifth of households will join the top five percent as a sign of the eroding being middle class fewer than one in fifty born to the middle fifth will do the same but meritocracy is not only leaving behind those whose family income does not not qualify them to participate and markovitz words it also devours elite wealthy students demonstrate great higher rates of drug and alcohol abuse than poor students do they suffer depression and anxiety at rates as much as triple those of their age peers in a recent study study of silicon valley high school students fifty four percent displayed moderate to severe symptoms of depression and eighty percent displayed moderate to severe symptoms of anxiety. Their parents are suffering as well in nineteen sixty to the american bar association declared that there are approximately thirteen hundred fee turning hours per year available to the typical lawyer by two thousand the number had risen to twenty four hundred billable hours according to markovits billing billing twenty four hundred hours could require working from eight a._m. Until eight pm six days a week every day of the year without vacation or sick days it is is unsurprising that roughly two thirds of elite workers say they would decline a promotion. The new job demanded yet more of their energy. Most americans who work more within sixty hours a week report that they would prefer twenty-five fewer hours they complain about the time famine resulting from overwork that interferes with their marriages ages families and health markovits concludes it is simply not possible to get rich off your own human capital without exploiting yourself and impoverishing your were inner life and meritocratic who hoped to have their cake indeed it to deceive themselves markovits solution then is to make education more inclusive and to favour goods and services that can be produced by workers without elite training and degrees in this way the elite can reclaim its leisure in exchange for a reduction of income and status that it can easily afford at the same time the middle class can regain its income and status and reclaim the center of american life. These are undoubtedly positive steps but markovits fascinating essay leaves out a component that i believe is foundational asional to the kind of flourishing he wants for all americans consider a book written from the other end of the spectrum hillbilly elegies j._d. Vance's story of his family's his roots in kentucky and ohio in many ways it makes markovits case many in rural impoverished america see no future for themselves and have given up hope with one exception vans reconnected with his biological father after years of family chaos and a revolving door of father figures the the reason his father had become a christian vance notes in this data embodied a phenomenon social scientists have observed for decades religious. Folks are much happier. Regular church attendees commit fewer crimes are in better health live longer make more money drop out of high school less less frequently and finish college more frequently than those who don't attend church at all. Could it be that an obsession with material success devours the elite not just because of the time demands it makes and stress it produces but also because it is the wrong answer to life's most fundamental question. Is it possible that creatures need a relationship with our creator. Jesus was clear and john fifteen five. I am the vine you are the branches whoever abides in me and i in him he it is that bears much fruit for apart from me. You can do nothing it. It is they who wait for the lord who shall renew their strength and mount up with wings like eagles as it says in isaiah forty thirty one would jesus say you are abiding in him with the lord agree that you are waiting on him. Paul described the source of his ministry in colossians one twenty nine for this i toil struggling with all his energy that he powerfully works within me as we work god works when we give our best god god gives his best but when we dependent ourselves more than we submit to and rely upon him we miss all that almighty god can do in and through us. That's why i have warned often over the years that self sufficiency is spiritual suicide. David's prayer in psalm sixty one to is essential so for us all lead me to the rock that is higher than i if you're part of the meritocracy or aspire to be take heed no matter how much you can do. You don't settle for what you can do. John piper said i don't know how people pray who don't believe in the sovereignty of god to do the impossible because because all the things i want to happen ir impossible if they're possible i'll do them. Do you want the impossible today. Connect.

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"markovits" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KCBS All News

"When I asked him if he felt that speaking out helped his case he sort of looked at me and smiled and said, no as he left the jail. Steve Greenberg is our Kelley's attorney man was paying twenty thousand dollars a month in child support he paid it. Religiously until he couldn't make any more money because of all of these statements that are being made and all of the rumor and all of the innuendo, and frankly because of the chargers which Kelly denies and says he intends to fight CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty KCBS news time eleven thirty to the world champion US women's soccer team has filed a lawsuit against US soccer, accusing the organization of gender discrimination. The team charges that you soccer pays the women's national team significantly less than members of the men's team for more on this ongoing battle. Over gender equality in US soccer KCBS anchor Curtis Kim spoke with Andrey Markovits professor of comparative politics at the university of Michigan. He's also the author of the book women in American soccer and European football. It seems like there is a case for inequality here massive massive, you know, basically soccer is from its origins, always divided into two tracks club and country country has always been the bailiwick of the federation or basically something that is really not linked to market. Meaning that it is not dependent on how much profit a club makes which is very much and ports of the crop side. So on the countryside. There's actually no reason at all why? In fact, the national women's team should not be paid and tweeted exactly the same as the mountain. National men's but this has nothing to do with how they play for the different clubs what valuation is there? But on the national team side. There's absolutely no reason why there has been such a discrepancy. The fact is that the American women have been far and away the best in the world in soccer have been trailblazers in the sport. In fact, so very much for other women and other countries as well and have literally one other than the last Olympics in Rio they won at least a bronze medal, but in fact, mostly gold or the championship in twelve of the thirteen events namely the World Cup and the Olympics. So an unparalleled feat. There is no reason at all for them. Not to be treated like the men are do we have any indication just how much less the women are getting paid. And then the men's soccer teams. Don't have the numbers literally in front of me. But it was spaniel and. It's not only that, you know, women onto recently weren't flying on charters. They actually have to play on on inferior fields. But not only the American women all women. So this is not only an issue on the part of the American federation, which is part of. But in general, I mean, basically, this is a very has all culturally hegemonic sports, are meaning they're all very very male dominated. So a soccer and for the longest time, these male dominated institutions were very reluctant to give women there do. And in fact, it's not onto ninety ninety one that fee favored recognize the world championship for women. In fact, the do not call the world cop. So there's a lot of its way beyond the US. I mean, this is sort of a much larger issue of of of discrimination. How do you see this lawsuit playing out? What do you think would be the next step? Well, I hope I'm Mexican very sad that it has come to a lawsuit. Not a big fan of lawsuits. I have no idea how it will play out. I hope that there will be a some kind of a settlement. I think that clear the federation has understood what he has to live up to hear. It can only be a loser in the court of public opinion, even beyond the United States. I mean, these are very very important trailblazers for women rights in general way beyond the sporting field. And I just cannot see anything good coming out of the federation in terms of tried to block this. I just find it sad that he's calm to do it being lawsuit. But clearly the women thought that this was important. Andrea Markovits university of Michigan professor and author of the book women in American soccer and European football..

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"markovits" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KCBS All News

"World championship US women's soccer team at filed a lawsuit against US soccer, accusing the organization of gender discrimination. The players charged that US soccer pays the women's national team significantly less than members of the men's team for more on this ongoing battle over gender, equality and US soccer. We're joined live now on the KCBS ring central Newsline by Andrei Markovits, professor of comparative politics at the university of Michigan and author of the book, women, American soccer and European football. Professor, thanks for joining us today. You very much for having me. It seems like there is a case for inequality here. Oh, massive massive, basically soccer is from its origins, always divided into two tracks club and country and country has always been the bailiwick of the federation or basically something that is really not linked to markets. Meaning that it is not dependent on how much profit a club makes which is a very important in the club side. So on the countryside. There's actually no reason at all why? In fact, the national women's team should not be paid and treated exactly the same as the Matt national men's team nothing to do with how they play for the different clubs what their valuation is there. But on the national team side. There's absolutely no reason why there has been such a discrepancy. And especially I mean, this is in principle ready, but apart from that, of course, the fact is that the American women have been far and away the best in the world. In soccer and have been trailblazers in the sport. In fact, so very much for other women and other countries as well and have literally one other than the last Olympics in Rio they've won at least a bronze medal. But in fact, mostly gold or the championship in. Thirteen twelve of the thirteen events namely the World Cup and the Olympics. So an unparalleled seat and. There is no reason at all for them. Not to be treated like the men are do we have any indication just how much less the women are getting paid. And then the men's soccer team. I actually don't have the numbers literally in in front of me. But it was expand show. And it's not only that it's, you know, men women onto recently weren't flying on on on charters. They actually have to play on on inferior fields. The American women all women. So this is not only an issue on the part of the American federation, which is part of. But in general, I mean, basically, this is a very as all culturally hegemonic sports, are meaning they're all very very male dominated. So a soccer and for the longest time, these male dominated institutions were very reluctant to give women do. And in fact, it's not onto ninety ninety one that fee favored recognize the world championship for women. In fact, if the prompts do not call the world cop. So there's a lot of its way beyond the US. I mean, this is sort of a much larger issue of of of discrimination time is fleeting professor. But how do you see this lawsuit playing out? What do you think would be the next step? Well, I hope I'm actually very sad that it has come to a lawsuit. I'm not a big fan of lawsuits. I have no idea how it will play out. I hope that they will be a some kind of a settlement. I think that clearly the federation has understood what it has to live up to hear. It can only be a loser in the court of public opinion, even beyond the United States. I mean, these are very very important trailblazers of for women rights in general way beyond the sporting field. And I just cannot see. Anything good coming out of the federation in terms of tried to block this. I just find it sad that is come to to it being a lawsuit. But clearly the women thought that this was important well, as they say time will tell that is Andrei Markovits, he's a professor of comparative politics at the university of Michigan and author of the book women in American soccer and European football..

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KOMO

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KOMO

"Thousand FM ninety seven seven. This is KOMO afternoon. News rewind the Commissioner of the National Hockey League. Made a lot of hockey fans in Seattle, very very happy this morning. The board of governors unanimously approved a plan of expansion that will bring a National Hockey League team to Seattle Washington to play beginning in the two thousand twenty one two thousand twenty two CS Commissioner Gary Bettman still unnamed team will play just a few years from now. Komo's mad Markevic traveled to Georgia for the announcement. He's good enough to join us on the KOMO news line. So in terms of that one year delay man that was really I think the only disappointment that came out of this announcement because people are so excited about getting a team here. What exactly led to that delay? But I think it was all the obvious things that everybody's been talking about. There was no guarantee that redo keyarena would be done in time for that twenty twenty season. Even if by best estimates, it would be delayed the season for the first season for the Seattle team will be delayed by a month in terms of playing in its own arena and the NHL as well as the owners, David Bonderman and CEO toddler Wicky. Just basically agreed that we wanna have a good footing for this team. They wanna have a great start for it. They wanna have a good fan experience. They don't wanna have what happened in Las Vegas with a new T mobile arena there where on the first hockey game. They had they were still putting in seats in the upper rafters, literally. And so they went Seattle to have a great experience. And so basically it was a I hate to see us what he's talking about yesterday. But a slam dunk they decided right away the twenty twenty. One season was going to be the start and they wanna give Seattle a good chance to be a winning team. So now what what happens? Well, it's the excitement is still going on. I mean, it was really fun for me to be part of this two day meeting and actually see history in the making. I think what was interesting. It was kind of what's what's happening behind the scenes, if you don't mind if I share the what what happened is this morning. The the owners of the team were held in a room bright across the hall from the big meeting room. We're all day owners were now they were ready to answer any questions, but that never came about. And so tall by Wicky? Who's the CEO? He Kurtz, she walked up to the big doors doors like in this cabinet hotel, and he heard their video playing and he said to himself. That's a good sign. I liked that video. I'm hoping they liked the video and a few minutes later, they invited everybody into the room the ownership, and they basically said they held up their hands. And each owner shook the hand of every other owner and all the owners said. Good luck. Good luck. And that's how they knew that. They had a team. Komo's ma'am Markovits. You'll have more on this throughout the evening on KOMO four. News methane so much for your time. Safe travels back from Georgia Tacoma afternoon. News on KOMO news. For what it's worth, I'm Cheri Preston. The end of USA gymnastics, we all watched those amazing young women took gold again. And again in the Olympics, not realizing the horror that was going on behind the scenes, USA gymnastics filed for bankruptcy and lawyer John Manley who represents the athletes abused by team. Doctor. Larry Nassar says none of it should have happened. The most basic duty we have as a Dulce and as somebody who's going to protect our team. America's team is to protect them from harm when strong women like gold medalist Aly Raisman spoke up about Nassar. I was told to be quiet. She agrees not of it should have happened USA gymnastics United States Olympic committee Michigan State University. They enabled this, and they didn't handle it. Right. Manley says all those in charge had a responsibility they failed to carry out in urine adult, and you know, somebody's hurting a child, and, you know, somebody sexually assaulting a child you stop them, and you tell their parents and you warn them and USA gymnastics can do that here for what it's worth, Cheri Preston. ABC news. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news money news at twenty and fifty past the hour. Brought to you by propel insurance from ABC. News Wall Street.

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KOMO

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KOMO

"But some clients are choosing to keep a tent in camps nearby. Komo's met Markovits joins us live from. Navigation center with more on this. What's the problem? Why are they making sure they've got a safe place somewhere else? Matt. Well, it's kind of a a various reasons people who have talked to me in these camps are giving that that they just don't have a comfortable feeling inside the navigation center a couple of reasons. Well, there's drug use going on inside. Secondly, there is stuff going on inside. And they're just not used to having no privacy believe it or not. So the navigation center, it's kind of like a dorm situation where you have beds and you're sleeping right next to somebody else. But being in the navigation Senator is a premium for some of these people who've been on the street for years. Some in some situations people are referred to the navigation center by outreach workers, sometimes the navigation team, which is made up of out rework outreach workers and members of the Seattle police department once they get in. They don't have to leave every night like some shelters have but they. Are they can stay as long as they want their as long as they check in every seventy two hours, which means that they can leave and be away from the place be away from their bed for seventy two hours long as they come back in check in they can maintain their bed. So people instead of staying there are choosing to stay in some of the tents that are really right across the street. And then they go back there, and they get warm because in the tense across the street. You can't tell me there's not drug use and theft happened in there. Oh, yeah. That's and they admit that it's happening there, but there's more privacy. Some of these people have lived on the street for a long time, I met with part of my story is a guy named Memphis who's been on the streets in various states for nine years. And he finally has a place in the navigation center he's been on. He's been in there for five months. Now, you've got to keep in mind that these places will only tended to be temporary be there for sixty days and then maybe referred to housing, but there's just not enough housing. So there's a backlog of people staying at them inside the inside the navigation center, and now they're realizing, you know, maybe if I could keep it ten outside. It maintains some of my sanity. Now, this is not a majority of people there. But a few people that I spoke with some of these camps in DNC, which runs the navigation center saying it is a minority. But that that that there's always going to be theft in in in people not getting along inside the shelters 'cause shelters are not housing. So what do they do about it? Do they? Release it in any way. Do they have people there to help control the problems? Well, this is a low barrier shelter. It's very strict in there, but you can use you're allowed to use drugs in here. And inside you just don't do it out in the open when you say you're allowed to use drugs. You mean marijuana, which is legal or other drugs? Everything other drives I can tell you right now. I'm looking at the porch of the navigation center where there's open drug use right outside. I mean, it's just a given. That's what happens here. So and right across the street. There's open drug use was there yesterday watching people shoot up while was even on the news. They didn't mind being filmed. So it's a different society up here. But there's this issue within these cold nights when the badger premium. They're actually people staying intense, even though they may have warm bed inside the navigation center comes Matt Markevic always giving us an insight into the homeless crisis in Seattle. Thank you, Matt. Komo news time four ten. We shift gears talk some sports from the Harley exteriors sports desk. Getting ready for victory. Very important Monday night game against the Minnesota. Vikings both teams in the mix but far from guaranteed an NFC playoff spot. Here's Pete Carroll on the challenge ahead. Truly an exciting match up. This is a difficult to play in many ways. There's such a good team across the board. Their numbers are great in the players. We know so many of these guys so familiar to us because they've done so much Chicago Bears by the way of removed quarterback. Mitchell Trubisky from their injury list at clears the way for him to start Sunday night against the Los Angeles. Rams. Vikings are trying to catch the bears in a division Ray. So all of these teams really linked in terms of what is going to be a sprint to the finish over the final four weeks of the NFL's or regular season onto the other football soccer style tomorrow. It's the Major League Soccer championship. Up for grabs Portland playing Atalanta. We'll have you men's basketball for you on Sundays. The huskies play host to Seattle U six o'clock game time pre game coverage right here on KOMO news at five thirty and more sports in thirty minutes. President Trump reacting to the sentencing memos for his former personal attorney Michael Cohen ABC's. Andy Field with details. President Trump tweeting, quote, totally clears the president thank you. But in fact, the court filings say the president directed Cohen to make payments to hide extramarital affairs. And then a Muller memo's says the president's lawyer admitted to saying he lied about a Russian real estate project to make it seem as though the president had no Russian connections during the two thousand sixteen campaign Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Governor Annesley's new political action committee has reported one hundred twelve thousand five hundred dollars in donations is the democrat gears up for a possible. Presidential run ins lease early. Donations include support from longtime environmental donors, including Martha Wyckoff. A board member. With the trust for public land. Amazon's general counsel, David's opolskie who each gave the limit of five thousand dollars. This sixty seven year old Inslee says he is actively considering a White House bid seeing it as a way to highlight his environmental agenda until now the governor has been fairly coy about his twenty twenty plans. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Have you taken a close look at your handwriting? Lately has your penmanship, Tom. I think it's pretty good. I mean, it's at a guy level guy level. But it's good to know what that is. Unless you're George Washington that kinda guy will come us. Brian Calvert tells us about some lawmakers who may be about to legislate good penmanship. Now, if there's a movement to do this around here. No one is saying much about..

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KOMO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KOMO

"Seth Wayne has your KOMO forecast. Clouds will continue to increase through the day today. Temps in the mid to upper fifty s outgoing with showers that will arrive tonight. It is going to be rather wet at times tomorrow Thursday a few sprinkles leftover before we dry out warm things up just to touch for the weekend. I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center currently in Seattle, mostly cloudy. We have fifty three degrees. Komo news time three oh five. Why is the state of Washington given a thirty to clean up the tents along our highways to the city of Seattle. The prominent chair of the Senate transportation committee says he has had enough. Markovits joins us with details of this lawmaker who's fed up. What's going on? This is a story. You'll only see on KOMO news. What the problem is? Everybody's been seeing the tents up and down all the corridors here, and I five and I ninety on state property, you can't miss him some been there for years what we found out is that the city of Seattle and the state of Washington have this informal agreement about the tents, even though it's on state property. Certain guidelines have given wash dot the ability to have another jurisdiction like the city of Seattle to handle specific cleanups of tents along the state right away and wash dot the regional director here has taken that option and given it's a thorny to the city of Seattle. What's happened is some like their state Senator Hobbs now who is the chairman of the Senate committee transportation committee, the guy who actually kinda controls the purse strings of wash dot he's basically saying that agreement is he's almost done with it. It's not working the tents are causing. Problems there safety issue, not just for the drivers. But also for the people living in the tents and for wash dot workers. Three workers have been stuck by Neal's who are trying to clean up these camps and many have been threatened. So he wants to explore why this deal between the city of Seattle explore that this deal, and he basically wants to have it end. He wants to state to take back its land and start removing these tents because the city of Seattle Cording to him is not doing its job. You said he said this arrangement is dangerous for drivers. Are you talking because there are maybe fires along the side of the row or distractions? What what do you mean? Well, we've seen fires. We we've noted in our report several half dozen fires caught on camera. There has been tent's blowing in the highway. We know of a homeless man who crossed the northbound lanes of I five and was killed by a cement truck going by. So it's very dangerous and just allow that to be honest property, which has no trespassing signs is wrong in his mind. And he says the city's policies toward the homeless are taller. In these dangerous areas. He's not calling the policies of Seattle outside of the highways to tolerant just the ones were allowing the tents to stay along the highways. Why does the city of Seattle say that it's not doing anything to get rid of the tents will the city of Seattle has always said whenever we do stories about these tents on long the highway that they're working in conjunction with the state of Washington on removing them. And they have a priority plan. They prioritize other movements. They were prioritize the reaching out with outreach workers to the people in the camps and Senator hob says, Nope, that's not cutting in any more. It's time to do something. It's time according to him for the state to intervene in this arrangement in the state to take more control of when. So he's actually proposing next year he plans to propose more funding for specific cleanup areas in the Seattle area and two additional dump trucks specifically to clean up a homeless camps in the Seattle area. And look at Seattle's policies and say, hey, you know, what you need to change your policies when it comes down to camps. Along our highway corridors in just to let you know, we negotiate with washed off for more than a month..

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KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KOMO

"Alec stone is in reading in some areas where the fire blew through it looks. Like a tornado hit trees are uprooted. Debris all over that's. Because fire NATO's were part of, the wall of flames wiped out neighborhoods. Essentially a. Tornado of fire says Cal fire chief Ken Pimlott we're seeing fires. Occur literally almost what can be, described as a tornado occurred over. This fire fire world. Is fire was whipped up. Into a whirlwind of activity neighborhoods like the one I'm in right now every. Home is gone Alex stone ABC news Redding California Seattle fire saying a large brushfire along I five Northgate Thursday, evening may have been started by a cooking, fire and a homeless camp, neighbors it camps been going on there for years komo's Matt Markovits reports on who's allowing the camp to exist. For that long spread. In a matter of seconds I burning the dry brush along I five then. Up into the trees was really scary the flames were hitting to Diane's house. But it didn't one hundred, percent. Surprise me that this happened because. She and other neighbors told me there's been an on again. Off again homeless, camp, along the stretch of I, five for years, I spoke. To the guy in this camp he's been here for ten months along the freeway and now he's afraid because of the fire he's gonna be swept he says a. Couple lived at the burned-out camp where. We found needles in. Foil to cook drugs the fire, department believes it started as a cooking. Fire weekend Suspicion in April a quarter mile. Away on I five another homeless camp burn both, fires are on state property managed by the Washington department of transportation but when it comes to a decision. To clear these.

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KOMO

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KOMO

"A high in the mid seventies for today Pretty. Much the same for tomorrow and Friday and then start. To warm up again, over the weekend mostly sunny upper seventy Saturday around eighty on Sunday and possibly back, into the low nineties, as you head back to work on Monday Right now in, downtown Seattle it's cloudy and sixty one KOMO news, time seven twenty-seven. There could be changes, on the way for Seattle's year. Old bike sharing program. A city council, committee has approved an expansion it's also leveling hefty, fees on the bike sharing companies which could cause, a raise. In rates Matt Markovits reports so helmets and transparency we're on the minds of critics psych shares are success if you believe Seattle's department of transportation and lime. Bike and spin the three bike, share companies a nuisance, for MARCY she's blind I imagine taking the bicycles all the bicycles that are blocking the sidewalks and the bus stops and the curb ramps and. Bring them all into the street because maybe if they blocked cars something new be done but committee of the city council voted to make some changes including, double the number of bikes on the street from ten. Thousand to twenty thousand but they got an earful about what wasn't changed the requirement for rental writers to wear helmets to rideshare companies Gonna make money and it's gonna leave you holding the bag of lawsuits that's coming, from the attorney who co wrote the Zach, Lisette law. That changed the concussion protocol in youth sports in all. Fifty states you need. A helmet to ride a bike and Seattle. It's King County law but the bike share, companies don't provide giving them notice they prove this, without helmets they're. Responsible for this decision, they will come to court so. There has been no. Evaluation but we're, ready to jump from ten to twenty then came, the former secretary of transportation for the state who, used to. Bike to work every day claiming a lack of transparency with s start sharing the data it's collected supposed to then be discussed and presented so the public. Could understand it there has been, crucial eating nothing in, may we presented a story that the data being used had flaws and holes according to a source who collected the data the is also considering. A hefty fee increase for the bike sharing companies. To two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year which one company He said could threaten the one dollar an hour rights which is a three hundred, percent increase can pose. A threat to the health of this industry full council is..

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KOMO

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the day the effectiveness of the navigation team their sweeps in their outreach which cost ten million dollars last year is being discussed by city council members komo's matt markovits says five of the six people he met at the camp yesterday accepted the offer of shelter local members of congress praising the decision to start negotiations over the future of an agreement between the us and canada over the columbia river senator maria cantwell says the start of formal negotiations in dc will begin next tuesday the nineteen sixty four agreement doesn't have an expiration date but either country can cancel most of its provisions after september twenty twenty four now can't well has said the treaty must be modernized to balance flood control hydropower generation and environmental protections some school shooters get in trouble at school but have clean criminal records before they open fire that's the case with the suspect in last week's shooting in texas what can you watch for and how do you you keep kids safe at school today for voters this fall here's brian calvert we know it will be numbered sixteen thirty nine and that at its core it will enhance background checks raise the age one can buy a semiautomatic rifle and lincoln waiting periods we just don't know exactly what the ballot titles going to be which is where the challenges live four different challenges initially the ballot title was to be initiative sixteen thirty nine concerns firearms because of what's on the line the nra challenged that title suggesting instead initiative sixteen thirty nine concerns restrictions on firearms the second and third challenges come from citizens again wanting their own spin on the title the fourth challenge attorneys are considering is actually from the alliance for gun responsibility.

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KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KOMO

"The brother of the accused florida high school shooter is facing a trespassing charge after riding his skateboard onto the campus this afternoon we were his brother opened fire eighteen year old zachary crews allegedly told deputies that he went to marjory stoneman douglas high today to reflect on the school shooting and soak it in he previously been warned by authorities to stay away from the school his brother nncholas is charged with killing seventeen people last month komo news time is six eighteen still ahead mushrooms don't smell that bad do they i'm brian calvert with the state budget move that will make one neighborhood smell less like roses the seattle city council puts the kabosh on rental bidding apps for at least one year we've got komo's matt markovits joining us to explain first of all rental bidding apps priceline and ebay and everything else you you see apartment that you like you put in a bid it could be higher or lower than asking bid and then the landlord decides whether to accept it that's how it works it's very simple but and there's two bidding there's actually two websites that do this right now once called rent berry and the other one's called bidwell midwales based out of vancouver bc and rent berry had some issues we discovered a couple of weeks ago because they were actually putting up some fake listings we caught them on and then they've pulled everything down off their website for seattle but anyway that's what that's what the city council is going after and here's the reason why in the in the in the city of seattle we have a law called i in time which means the first person who walks in the door that's qualified to rent a place the.

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KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Be elected constance markovits was a revolutionary irishnationalist later this month hurt action we celebrate with a portrayed to be hung in the british parliament written a shower applause constance markevic was a feminist and a passionate irishnationalist as a number of shin fame she never took his seat salgado it was often had a friend of the tanah eleven of the koa how high freedom constance was in holloway prison at the time that her election to westminster for her part in a plot against the british government india naughton 's written biography of constance markevic she flipped she hollered and she was absolutely delighted to have been the first woman that was 17 women stood for that election on the fourteen th of december and think it was and she was the audio at elected so yes it was hugely significant suet will many may well can this belated recognition of markevic his role in women's suffrage linde naughton thinks it's clear why nancy astor the fast woman to take has seated westminster is say much better known history is written by the winners isn't as we forget now that women at the time had no rights a person referred to a made a person we forget that women were absolutely secondclass citizens if that and nazi alastair let's face it had the english establishment behind her congress a red alone her knife the rebels stoned to always gifts the recognition they deserve they do change the conversation and not ways even if they're not getting into power constance markevic may never have taken her place on the green benches of westminster she method reviled by the british authorities of the time but she did play a crucial role in overturning the established view of women in politics banks at least in part to her women began the long scrambled to win real power and the century laser amid cries of me two times up and calls for equal pay it's a journey which some might say is still far from complete pete ordinary people who knew her just loved her and to me for petr testament is there to anyone when i started reading her prison letters i thought she's been so maligned that cheese so clearly a decent human being and when i die i hope somebody would say i'm a decent human being i think that's.

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WCHS

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on WCHS

"These attempts now the woman who push back against his carrow markovits writes in the new york post here's the end of her column about this in the girl scouts don't sexual wise innocent interactions don't make your kids afraid of everyone encouraging them to be affectionate with the important people in their lives will only bright no line between appropriate in inappropriate touching for the time in life when they actually are autonomous but the girl scouts are saying this isn't about pedophile they're saying this is about consent and consent is not at issue here these women know that they're not giving consent in these situations there is no doubt there is no mystery why do you not give consent or not it's the dilemma of people power pushing around those who don't have that power and figuring out how do we break out of that right isn't that what it is but these outfits like the girl scouts to me one a glum on the something like this right before a holiday when you're gonna start to see relatives and create another idea that's almost to me i can't believe it and i'm gonna make it out that the kids crying in your forcing them into the arms of this and it you know all that type of stuff we're talking now about normal stuff that parents normally do right if you want to catch it as a one caller did by saying hey want you give van ida pa gore would you like to give and idaho okay there saying to be avoiding all the stuff what this is the type of thing than them becomes the norm so we're making a bad situation that were starting to one ravel here in a good way by putting in this new norm that i'm amazed that people would think about in any way we'd been brainwashed by this does this really bother young women later on say in their early twenties that kind of thing with the issue of consent they don't know about consent they're all mixed up because they were made a hug and kiss all these people so when charlie rose or weinstein or these other guys come onto them in these matters they don't know what's right and wrong that's not the.

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WLOB

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"markovits" Discussed on WLOB

"Later both of bradley this later sitting in for jim bohannon he here's my big idea what we're seeing that i see very clearly coming off this come up ends for a lot of powerful guys who had been wrong women there's no doubt about it you know it and it's even hard to keep the score the number of women the number of guys each activity president trump by the way sort of endorsing roy more today which tells me they think roy more is going to win and they're trying to push them over the finish line in alabama if you have a comment on that we certainly can take it at eight six six fifty jimbo but what i'm seeing our other outfits glomming onto this with a bad take away for us from this rather than the take away is how do we continue to make sure they've women can push back against sexual harassment sexual assault things of that nature and not have the boom lowered on them as far as their career at cetera that's the dilemma that's the thing that's being pieced out and that is good that were in the throes of doing it right i think everyone would agree with that but you're seeing these attempts now the woman who push back against his carol markovits writes in the new york post here's the end of her column about this and the girl scouts dolled sexual wise innocent interactions don't make your kids afraid of everyone encouraging them to be affectionate with the important people in their lives will only bright no wind between appropriate in inappropriate touching for the time in life when they actually are autonomous but the girl scouts are saying this isn't about pedophile tsr they're saying this is about consent and consent is not at issue here these women know that they're not giving consent in these situations there is no doubt there is no mystery why do you know give consent or not it's the dilemma of people power pushing around those who don't have that power and figuring out how do we break out of that right isn't that what it is but these outfits like the girl scouts to me wanted ghulam on the something like this right before a holiday when are.

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