20 Burst results for "Mccully"
Camila Russo: The Defiant Laying Bare the Story of Ethereum
"Lows two jobs. When did you first hear about a theory? In twenty seventeen Crypto for Bloomberg the first time was when I grow kind of one of the first stories on ICO's for Bloomberg and I remember just like trying to wrap my head around what these things were. It's like Bitcoin, but it's different vigil currencies on Anyone can issue them on. They're on top of the other blockchain cerium and you know I was coming at crypto coverage from. A markets perspective. So I didn't have a lot of technical knowledge about how blockchain's worker crypto were or anything I. I understood the value proposition of bitcoin from having a cover like Argentina land but that was my extent of knowledge of it. So it was like writing that first. ICO. Story was I think when I, I started looking at a theorem for the first time, and then just like as I kept covering the space is for the rest of two thousand seventeen I started to learn more and more about understood. Okay. Syria is team like. But whites valuable. It's because it's it tries to be more flexible than than Bitcoin, and that's why it's easier for people to issue all these different tokens on top of it and so. That's kind of seeing all of this kind of frenzy around ICO's on these tokens on this like millions of dollars worrying in I was like there's something here you know. This kind of decentralized way of raising money and ethereal kind of the platform ebeling this. Back. In January, we interviewed Steve Kokinos and Sylvia mccully of Al and during our conversation, we talked about how unique design makes it easy for developers to build sophisticated applications on their platform. So what's great about Algorithm beyond the fact that it's fast, it's secure it scales and it has instant finality is the fact that they've designed Allaire one protocol with primitives that are purpose built for define. So what that means is that they've taken some of the most common things that people do with smart contracts and they've embedded them right in the system right in the layer one. So things like issuing tokens atomic transfers, these are built into the layer. One spark contracts are first class citizens on all grant. So with these essential building blocks at your disposal, you can build fast insecure defy APPs in no time. To learn more about what Al brings to the table and how to get started, I would encourage you to check out algren dot com slash epicenter that lets them know that you heard about it from us and it takes you where you need to go to learn about their tech. And what that we'd like to Algorithm for supporting the PODCAST? What point do you does one? Say I'M GONNA write a book about something that's never something that's ever crossed my mind or I think a lot of people's minds. What point you do you decide to write a book and then what is the process I mean forget about the process of writing the book. But like what's the process of figuring out what kind of book you WanNa Right because you could have written this book in all I mean it's very. Descriptive account of what happens it's mostly in the third person, you could have written a fiction you know you could have written. First hand account of your interviews what was the process for the creative process? I guess figuring out the of book you wanted to write. For background I always wanted to write a book like that's been kind of a goal of mine forever I got into journalism because I like writing I guess like growing up. One of my favorite books was in cold blood by Truman Capote and I think you know that was the first time I realized while you. You can write about real life like nonfiction in a way that reads like a novel and that to me was really powerful because. To journalism and especially business journalism, which is usually so dry. I found that okay stories can make vs very kind of complex dry concepts come alive if you tell them in the right way and so getting the the example from. Truman capote and then especially Michael Lewis exile. Kate while like this is a really powerful way of speaking about nonfiction and obviously I love fiction it's it's what I personally read the most. I disliked you know if I was ever to write a book, I would want to provided like value to readers by bringing something from the real world and making it. And read like story because I just thought you know there's like so many interesting stories in the real world you know that needs to be highlighted. So why should I like go on invent another story for my own imagination they're already so much to tell in real life at some point. I think it was probably when you get into the Bloomberg internship, they give you like of recommended readings and one of them was Michael Lewis Books I think it was liar's poker and so when I read that book, I, was like, okay like I need to find that story that I can pick up until like Michael. Lewis. His folks. So I was like always on the lookout for that like what can the story that I can tell in this way like in a something I can make into a nonfiction novel. And I think with Crypto was kind of the first time that I thought. Okay. This is this is where I needed to find my story to tell. I meant to say fictionally, I'm interested like a dramatized version like something a little bit more like. Of course, you could make fiction of the story of a theory, but like a something akin to the bitcoin billionaires book right whereas like this kind of more dramatized version of the facts. But like the way you wrote the book is like this very kind of factual account. It reads like a novel it does read like a story, but it's like very factual thing based on your interviews based on your conversations. When you're reading it you really get the idea like this is how things happened.
"mccully" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Welcome to minority coroner with an gay and James the Wonder Twins Apolo casting learn laugh play it's like blues clues is only it's more black queer and lady lies like this week on minority corner Hannie. I'm so happy that we made it two hundred how can you even wow it's like magic that we got here somebody say black magic Okay I'm gonNA tell I mean I'm GonNa tell those stories that everybody already knows but it's perfect Halloween hundreds black magic the story of Oh man wait who black arm and you don't know Herman I don't good ones loan buckle up because I'm GonNa Engineers Youtube the grandfather of black magic his up down left right story journey that is it's it's own masterpiece hold onto your butts because the change your life and when you say black you don't mean evil you mean it was up in the Harlem Renaissance Doing Mixing Magic and activism and Little one two three man but before we get into that we're GONNA be talking about all sorts of things like mccully Kokin and low Lizard in general we've got a lot on this show all kinds of things I can't hear what's coming on well I just want everybody to stick around because I have a an ounce mount oh the show around episode two hundred is a star right now in feet two hundred episodes now.
"mccully" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"This guy ever GonNa shut up. WE'RE GONNA head to lable and check in with gene gene. Welcome to the show the morning man. Thanks for calling all your show thank you. I'd like a comment on a couple of things and one of them is classic. I mean I think it's a no brainer. Mackenzie will win that hands down. I just don't see any handicap or that are in his class. What about the distance? I think you'll get the distance your struggle. I don't I wouldn't say struggle but I think with what he's going to compete against. You'll get the distance you know last year. He evidently Bob was way off track with him because he ran so bad. It was hard to believe that the horse didn't perform any better in the classic but yeah I think he's really set and keying on this classic and I just believe he's he's a win. There are a lot of people gene that are in that Mackenzie camp is a matter of fact the Breeders Cup has launched a Breeder's Cup classic poll where they have media members vote vote on which horse they feel is most likely to win the Breeders Cup classic each week and Mackenzie is the top horse. He has been the top horse for several weeks. Now people thinking he's the horse beat just like you for the classic but I I don't know I can't warm up. I can't get on that Mackenzie Bandwagon. You look resume here. Yeah he's been there he's been consistent but he's only won one race here in two thousand nineteen and that was the Alysheba the grey to at Churchill other than that he's been runner up in all three starts here in two thousand nineteen I I just have a hard time buying into Mackenzie with only one win this year but in the met mile each and every person that I know talks about mccully Yup Mackenzie runs over that horse if he gets a clean trip through the lane it probably was the worst ride Mike is ever done but he was blocked at every which way he wanted to go but Mackenzie will run over Mottola in that mile race had he got clear saving. There's not a doubt in my mind I've I've watched them any horse racing. I'm seventy years old. There's No way Mattel beats that horse again going a mile. Mckinsey doesn't have a rough trip as a sprinter. He won't be super today anybody now. He's stretching yourself when he tries to get past that six and seven furlongs yeah. He's he's proven he can do it approved at one time and there's no way anybody who watches horse Racing Mackenzie destroys that horse at the sixteenth. Thanks policy gets through and that's a Ma. Now I watching I mean I'm religiously. I shouldn't use that word with horse racing but tape racing and oh he's superior to my totally going a mile. uh-huh reason didn't get McKenzie end of the race until Oh it was just extremely late in the race but he was kind of blocked two or three different ways he wanted to go and he didn't get a good trip gene. The one thing that Mackenzie will have going for him. If all things being equal he makes it to the classic at Santa Anita that will be in his backyard his home court he'll have that home court advantage that.
"mccully" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"Or or that they just are denying the situation or that they're dealing with their own domestic abuse. And just don't want to just don't wanna admit it. The fact of matter is Michael Jackson fans have been researching his life since he was alive since with fine tooth comb to do with what happened under the sheets when at night. Well, what has to do with that is the fact that there's testimony from seemingly thousands of individuals under those sheep at different times. I mean, they talk in the film about parties with Jordi Chandler mccully Kokin they've given. I mean joy Chandler, if we're getting into his case, he would not officially testify in a criminal trial against Michael checks 'cause he did not agree with his father. I mean, he came out and said that so I mean to stay, you know, to claim him as someone who still hasn't had Justice. Ford with the idea. So did weighed in James. What they testified on behalf of Michael Jackson. No. But one thing is joy Chandler would not testify in nineteen ninety two or nineteen Ninety-three in that case that was is civil lawsuit that got settled he would not they did not open a criminal lawsuit. And the one of the reasons they did not pursue is one the insurance company paid pay them off. Also, the fact of matter is they couldn't do it criminal trial because joy Chandler would not testify against Michael Jackson. So to keep him on the list of people who haven't had Justice against Michael Jackson's crimes is unfair. Because George handler. I would assume even now is an adult would not say that Michael Jackson sexually molested him. Because he said that in the past. There's new dispute that at age thirty four Michael Jackson slept more than thirty nights in a row with the thirteen year old Jordi Chandler at the boy's house with his mother present also at his dad's house and at Neverland. Now does that normal works? No dispute as we all know that Michael Jackson's slept in beds with children of both sexes, and what girls girls girls Wade ropes? In sister admits this on documentary he never slept in the same bed with Michael Jackson yesterday. Did brandy Jackson. Michael Jackson's niece, ju-, search and YouTube and look at interviews. Brandy Jackson admits to sleeping in the same bed as Michael Jackson. This was not a situation where he was learning. Young boys into his bed to molest them and groom them and take advantage of them. Michael Jackson, friends were children because he wanted to have pillow fights and watch..
"mccully" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The cats favorite food ganja what kind of animals live in Jurassic Park. Dinosaurs. The character rocket in guardians of the galaxy. Is what kind of animal raccoon? The first one this week. Nice. All right. Well, she want herself a mytalk one zero seven one knit hat. Yes. And boy who can't use a knit hat these days. I mean, the only way you can get one of those hands is by playing thirty second pop culture challenge, which you do Monday through Friday at this time. Oh, the time Bradley show, we do at this time. Mccully Bradley show blinded by the item. And today joining us to play some blind items. Careful. He's hitting me. We invited you into our home. And this is how you I'm sorry. He deserved it. It's Donna Valentine from the Dunin St. show. Donna Donna, are you ready to solve some mysteries? Yes, ma'am. Fantastic. All right. So our first blind item, listen carefully to the following bit of gossip now, by the way, this is a confirmed blind item. Meaning that we know the identity of the subject of this blind item. Okay. The waiting for a family member. This waiting for a family member to die. So she can have some money without working actress has been told no many times to reboot unless she includes all the original members. She doesn't want that. So the answer will continue to be no. And she will continue to live off of handouts. This is this is kind of complicated. So we're looking for a waiting for a family member to die. So she can have some money without working actress. Yes, now think about maybe perhaps he would that would be we all know this person. Oh, my person who's gonna die or the person for the person to die. We know the person who is waiting for the person to die. We also know the person who will pass away sooner than the actress we allegedly gonna give her some money as it a family member. Yeah. It's a family member now. Yeah. It's a parent. Is that parent an actor this person wasn't actor at one point in time. But this person is mostly famous for being ridiculously rich. Okay. And for having eccentric, tastes, and home decor. Groom's dedicated to fascinating hobbies. Life. You ought. Right now..
"mccully" Discussed on WRVA
"Visit sparky dot org and hunt came to an end in Saint Louis with the arrest of Fifty-three-year-old Thomas, Bruce in Monday's outrage in which he allegedly heard in three women into the back room of a religious supplies store. Rape two of them at gunpoint shot and killed the third Saint Louis county prosecutor. Bob, mccully horrible thing. He came into the into the business posing as a customer left. Go get a credit card to come in and bison stuff. But who knows what exactly perhaps Thomas Bruce facing seventeen counts, including first degree murder, which in Missouri carries the death penalty upon conviction. ABC's? Jason Nathanson says a handful of the stars on the Hollywood. Walk of fame were vandalized, the stars of President Trump and Bill Cosby have been hit by vandals in the past year. Now, four more been tagged. Has Ellen Degeneres for Al Williams and Michael Boublil stars were spray painted. It's not clear why those four were hit or what message if any someone is trying to send Kubilay just got a star last week, the Hollywood chamber of commerce is cleaning the stars up and says their cameras all over. So it's likely everything was caught on tape vandalizing. The stars is a felony. Jason Nathanson, ABC news Hollywood. Former first lady Michelle Obama's memoir, entitled becoming is a massive hit crown publishing says since its release on November thirteenth becoming has sold almost a million and a half print and digital copies. This is ABC news. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom. Videoconferencing, turn any size conference room huddle room or executive.
"mccully" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"US navy. Amidst war and revolution one thousand nine hundred and nineteen Twenty-three. Bob shank is above the professor of English at the university of New Orleans as well as a retired captain the US naval reserve, he has put this book together from a number of fundamental. Sources chiefly the logs and diaries of the US navy officers and in some instances the motion pictures of the sailors for these dramatic and horrific events where now about to turn to the Russian revolution. After mentioning that. There's a Turkish revolution going on the white Russians descend in great number. Tens of thousands to the north of the Black Sea, Novosibirsk and Odessa. Does the navy believe that it's their role to help the evacuation of the white Russians? How do they get involved with this? Pastor Bob, the navy has a a Admiral Bristol has gotten a friend and classmate named MacAuley and MacAuley to observe what was going on amongst the white Russians who are still trying to put off the Bolsheviks and trying to put up a fight and the so the Navia doesn't have an original opinion about this Bristol's leery of getting involved. He doesn't want to get involved in this. But finally when Admiral mccully friend sends him a message by destroyer going down to Black Sea to that. The evacuation in evacuation from the Crimea has to take place because the bulk show vix is both have broken through. And all the white Russians will be slaughtered unless they come. The fans a cruiser. Shoveled destroyers, and maybe a a merchant ship or to to help evacuation. So the navy rights to the if I get this straight mccully decides that he's going to task commander Alexander sharp at the John D Edwards to take refugees to Constantinople. He just he says you're going to do this, and because McCullough's bristles friend when they get to Constantinople mccully says I need help and so- Bristol sends a flotilla back to evacuate Russians. Is that how it happens? That's how it happens, of course. They were already now people on on on Russian ships, and especially French ships tens of thousands of people coming aboard those ships. And so America's takes us fall apart in that if I, but they certainly play a part and best will have been very leery of going to the aid these folks, but at this moment when the entirety of the white Russian caused a last gasp for the white Russian seems to be. Expiring bristol. Then sends ships to help the Saint Louis is one of the cruisers in this flotilla, and what is joyful to learn is that the Saint Louis after twenty one is commanded by Bill lay who Bill lay who is that Bob. Well, he was eventually became the chief of naval operations. I believe retired. And then they'll read where he became the basically the first. Chief of staff of the armed forces chief of staff FDR. FDR asked him to come to the White House and stay on after his retirement, and he was FDR's Representative to the second World War through. And and yes, that's right. And he was basically the first armed forces chief of staff during second World War. It's a joy to medium and you have a photograph of him. He commands Saint Louis and all these rescue efforts. Now, the Black Sea is a vast area to the north of it. The white Russians are collapsing. The Americans have participated to some extent, I think we deployed soldiers to fight with the white Russians. But that collapses so Bristol NBK with his colleague mccully, take it upon themselves to evacuate the right white Russians. They take them to Constantinople. Does anybody tell them to do that? Do they ask permission to poor and tens of thousands of refugees from Russia into Turkey. They into Constantinople itself. They don't ask. I don't think that Admiral Admiral calls to Washington. Ask permission first he makes the decision on his own as I read it again, we it was mainly the great Bork was carried by Russian ships and by friendships, but there is still the Americans helped as well. And the perception was that the Americans were part of the rescue effort these whitewashing. So yes, these white Russians they overwhelmed Constantinople it goes from being a Turkish city, which is mysterious and ancient and an Islamic into being I what you described Bob in your in your your wonderful, storytelling is it. It becomes a wide. Open town. Anything is possible. People are trading jewels for flour and the celebrations at night, the sailors are in heaven, the women are beautiful the vodka is rich and everybody's happy. Do I say that correctly or am I exaggerating everybody except the white Russians and the other refugees the city there are probably another twenty or thirty thousand refugees many. Turkey's refugees from various places in the Ottoman empire. But the refugees themselves are normal, and they have no money, they they evacuate. The only maybe a jewelry with some something like that in Romans shawl or something like that. They have no means to support. Although there were Russian restaurants Russian newspapers Russian gambling houses in Constantinople. They were one hundred forty six thousand white Russians who came on. Maybe fifty five ships overnight. And so there's no place for the mall. And so a great many of them are are without any means of support. So bad. Musicians amongst them. So we have great. Interesting music musical time because we have chamber orchestras would be in the same hotel. Where your dining we would have the American colleges in the city would sponsor the American pliers. I'm sorry. Russian choirs. We have many the violinist and pianist and others who would entertain all the embassies in the city of French British Italian American, and others would have benefit concerts. So that for that one reason they the Americans stand love the music, and then the Russian women were so attractive, many of them aristocrats, even very formerly very wealthy, and they wanted to marry anybody even if they were married they were ready to marry someone else. American American many people would love to get out of the place and some of them married Americans. And some of them fell enough to let let let's talk about Newton mccully because you have a wonderful detail. He adopts seven children and he's going. Home to America. And he finds a nineteen year old Russian woman to be their governess, and he sends everybody home, and they tried to hold them up on customs, buddy. They bull their way through. And eventually how does he resolve this family? He's needed. He's put together. What does he do? Well, again, I don't eat. He Mary Mary's the govern he marries the governor's that takes care of the children. Did you find any of the children in your research is Bob I have seen a reference to them? But I haven't seen much about them beyond that. I know they grew up in America one boy was a little troubled. But the the others seemed to be fine children. They see the five very happy under mccully. They were other American officers. Naval officers didn't know what to think of it in their wives made snide remarks, but he could care less. He was an Admiral. And so he seemed to be they seem to be happy family a very happy family. The book is America's Black Sea fleet. The US navy? Amidst war and revolution nineteen. One thousand nine hundred nineteen Twenty-three Robert Schenck, we've mentioned the Russian revolution. We'll come back to the Russians and the troubles during their civil war. But next we're going to turn to the massacres that remain controversial one hundred years later, the controver- controversy has to do what was was this a massacre massacre of the questions.
"mccully" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Fire It is protection a left equipment wing rag. deliver and stock restroom supplies Was blasted and make on sure social facilities media are clean for and running ready an illustration because that when shows all those Kristen things work cinema, together, the democrat you're in using business. a rocket launcher to shoot down a plane named after her US Senate opponent Republican congresswoman Martha mcsally, so that, you know, comes as editorial cartoon now that we would chose her with some kind of either RPG, I think it's an RPG thought bazooka or could be. And it's just it's amazing to me that you've got the again mccully has accused cinema, treason harsh words, but that's because cinema has said she has no problem for people going to fight for the Taliban. Okay. So that's the the the the title of the cartoon is reason not treason, and it shows her shooting down Martha mcsally aircraft while waving the American flag. This is what passes for informed consent, and and opinion and comedy on the left. This is the same woman that called her own constituents crazy. Mantra crazies. I don't know if you saw the Arizona rallied the other night where the president was there. In mesa. Arizona. They were holding up. There's placards and signs saying crazy crazy Arizona voters. And now in the latest insult Christian cinema again liberal Democrat currently running for the Senate. Came under fire for comments. She made in two thousand six hundred interview with Scottsdale, nightlife magazine, cinema, reportedly called stay at home moms leeches, here's the quote, these women who are act like staying at home leaching off their husbands or boyfriends and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they're choosing to live that life. That's bull Dookie. I mean, what the blank are we really talking about here. So again, if you're a stay at home, mom stayed home to raise the children and help and do whatever the case may be which is hard work, by the way that you wanna try one day stay at home and do what moms do at home from cooking from laundry from picking up the kids are helping to raise the children. I think it's tougher work than those of us to go to work do half the time. But you're a Leach, according to this democrat and finally one other story here. Georgia. Governor gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. She is wants to be the next governor of Georgia. She admitted last night she had burned the state flag at a protest when she was a college student again, these are the kinds of radicals and progressive idiots that there are now running on the democrat party people who ate our country in this case, not a big fan of the state of Georgia was Stacey Abrams. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people out there with a d next to their name Democrats who don't understand don't realize what the democrat party has become neighbourly that because you are a democrat that you're like you're gonna traditionally do like, your parents did.
"mccully" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Right? It's like when you met my, we don't belong. You met Josh Brolin backstage stand up to cancer in the little holding room. We're all the celebrities were. Let me tell you that was the most celebrity I've ever been around. I mean, we got frigging Thanos right there, right? And then there was other there was so Feo FIA from modern. Family, and then you got Maria menounos right over here and just, you know, people that people know mccully cock and MacAulay Culkin was in there. So and Josh Brolin facing away from me. And I'm like, gotta talk to him and maybe take a picture and send it to my kid and lily will freak out and you're very good in this in the setting. I do not enjoy. I'm not good at just going up and beginning to talk to you literally left that room and I ask genita- fine. You bring you back was very crowded. I'm very big, man. I'm like, I'm like a great Dane in the midst of a bunch of chihuahuas and end just I feel out of place. I just I gotta get out man, not only do you have a chip on your shoulder, but it's it is at a high elevation. You can't even see the chip because the shoulders above your face. But yeah, I'm self conscious too. So like I, I was like at the moment that I was about to say Josh and get him to turn around. I was so nervous that I was convinced that his name wasn't Josh. In your doubting yourself instead of saying, you know, I get that like name fright that. I'm like, I'm going to say the wrong name. So instead of saying any name at the last second, I was like, I think his name is Josh, in my right hand, went up and grabbed his Zolt touch than shoulder GRA I, I didn't tap it. I grabbed it and I was like, oh, I didn't. Hey, man, and he turned around and I was like. I think I said. I'm a, I'm a huge fan. I just wanted to meet you or something like that. And then I was like, then you came over there was like, can we get a selfie. And I was like Genoa's with us. Jenna. Can you take a selfie was like get? And then he laughed and said, she can't take a self because it would just be. So that's a photo, right, right. But then you also said, yeah, we're big on the internet. Yeah, set it as a self deprecating. I was selling heated. No, right. I've, I've known you for quite some time, so I knew exactly what you meant, but I knew that in typical link fashion only link and me knew what you meant and everyone around did not, right. So Josh Brolin says, it doesn't matter what he meant was I don't need you to be big on the internet to take a picture with me. Right. So then he puts his arms around ratios but also kind of embarrassed. He puts his arms around to take this picture, and then somebody walks by and he's like, these guys are big on the internet. Hey, but I got my picture me. You did. You did and we put it on every day..
Leadership Language by Chris Westfall
"Entrepreneurs, business owners professionals who seek excellence, bringing them business classroom to you. It's the business builders show. Here's Marty wolf. Welcome to the business builders show with Martin wolf the show for entrepreneurs, business owners and business leaders. I Marty wolf your host for the business builders show along with my executive producer, DC Taylor. We will be your guides on this learning journey. Let me tell you my super objective in being with you today. I want to lose iast ethically share stories and information to inspire leaders so they can inspire of theirs. I'm proud to let you know we record the business builders show in the studios of ninety four, three FM the talker, which is part of bold gold media. And we are in Scranton Pennsylvania. The business builders show is distributed by c. suite radio. You can find our show and many other great shows at c. dash sweet radio dot com. Various podcast is a part of the c. suite radio network for more top business podcasts, visit c. Desk, sweet radio dot com. My special guest with me today is Chris Westfall. Hi, Chris. How are you sir? Doing great Marty, how are you? I'm doing fantastic. I've been looking forward to this conversation. We're going to be talking about your book on ounce that in a second, let me do kind of a formal introduction. Chris Westfall he is an internationally recognized business coach who regularly works with fortune one hundred companies as well as high growth businesses. Chris has appeared on c. n. n. ABC news and NBC TV in his writing has shown up in Forbes entrepreneur, success and other publications. Chris has customers like Cisco Hewlett Packard, Salesforce. The navy seals and many more. Here's something really interesting. Everything's been interesting up till then, but here's even more interesting. Chris Westfall has coached business billers onto shark tank dragons den in Canada and sharp. Shark tank Australia, and he's written a great book. The title of that book is leadership. Language to subtitle is using authentic communication to drive results. Chris again, welcome to the business builders show. Thank you, Marty, it's a pleasure to be here. Okay, so fundamental question, but it's always an important one. Who are you trying to help? What's this book? Again, leadership languages, the title. Maybe you needed help yourself. Maybe that's part of it or maybe you're experiencing something with clients so me, who do you who do you want to help with the book? Well, I think books always come from the author's experience, and certainly that's where this book started, but the objective is to reach out to two types of people. One actual leaders, people who are owners, entrepreneurs executives who have responsibilities for a team for an entire organization in many cases. And then the second group is aspirational leaders. Folks who may be aren't in the c. suite or haven't launched their business yet, but they know that it's on the agenda and it's something that they they want from themselves. So for for folks who look at their career, their life and look at business and say, I want to build something that's not here yet. That's that's really who this book is four. Interesting. I'm going to use a phrase. I'm going to mention a phrase that you mentioned throughout the book. I saw it as a theme now that's me saying that not you folks. You've said you said several times throughout the book you are never more than one thought away from innovation. Let me repeat that folks. You are never more than one thought away from innovation. So I want you to keep that in your head folks as you're listening to Chris talk because that kind of catch me kept me on the edge of my seat. Okay. So we have actual leaders who are doing big companies, small companies, everyone in in between and those who want to be leaders. You also. Kind of make a differentiation. I guess I'm going to ask it this way. So you talk about clients, but you also say clients can also be, you know, folks who you may be leading in the boy scout group. It could be someone it could be your own family. So is that true to or your thinking in terms of defining clients? Is that also part of your thought process when you wrote the book? Well, when you think about clients or another way, in other way to define client will be to say customer, and for me a customer isn't someone that you sell something to a customer is someone that you serve, and that's
"mccully" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Fly away man. That was a jam that one in rock of ages together. Rockabilly ges, I would have to hear it. Thank you. A lot of the hymns, but our band was really more like we weren't old school. They did more of the progressive type songs like they really like try to rock it out. You know. Show. This is the child store NetWorth game. So I'll give you two people that were child stars. You tell me who's worth the most now. Wow, sounds cool. Okay. Write your answer down who has a higher net worth right now? Mccully Kokin from home alone or Lindsay Lohan. Oh. Trick question. Okay. A higher network MacAulay Culkin from home alone. For Lindsey, in the low hand. Artem I'm able to child stores Amy MacAuley Kokin MacAulay Kokin Eddie MacAulay Culkin because of those Christmas movies. I don't know why, but MacAulay culkin's worth fifteen million. Lindsay Lohan worth about eight hundred thousand. So. Got into trouble with their money. Right. So. Okay. To child stars. Leonardo dicaprio. Daniel radcliffe. Harry Potter. Okay. In for the win. I'm in so to Capri or Harry Potter. Interesting. I'll say this Daniel Radcliffe, one hundred ten million dollars. So a lot of money. We're trouble feel good about my answer, Amy. Daniel Radcliffe, Harry Potter lunchbox Harry Potter Eddie Leo yachts and supermodels..
"mccully" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"What you think middle ages when when you when you old and what you think right now when it's happening, right? Yeah. So I found that really, it's really lightly done as well rub your face in it, but it's the an, it's sort of woven into the fabric and quite an interesting and quiet. I think quite a moving way. Yes. So all on the same page time, which is people always, it's. It's like a pull quote that kind of is meant to kind of be interesting books, quality or maybe acceptable quality, particularly it will make love and cry on the same page really does. Hugely difficult to do that. I suppose whether it is something that is simply a right through and it is a skill that is something light liquidity or whether it is something that is all about structure and find cheating, and and and the challenge the word processor who knows. But I found it was really good on that. I wanted to ask you both before we go onto the reading section, what it made us think about whether 'cause we talked about it being laugh at things being laugh out loud, funny, did you? We both think we think it's it's charming book was, is it laugh out loud funny and is not a quality that we should. We should look for in something that is a comedy novel didn't laugh out loud. I said, but I did find it. I did find it very funny. I think maybe I'm just a hard audience, but I thought it was. It was witty and clever and there were lots of bits that I sort of wanted to share with other people read. Well, you're reading it. Yeah, I think I think he's just rather book makes. The actual kind of total. I think it is very funny. But I think I also think a lot of my enjoyment from it came from. The warmth more than anything you'll bit pathetic, but it's Jerry warmth about the book which fees into the comedy and feeds kind of sad. Books. Comfortable inhabiting the world of these characters and even the job Raphy we find yourself in some pretty pretty to some places all over the world. And that's a comfortable place in which twelve for for for. This is the point by g think one really important thing about as well as the to have a novel about with the central protagonist is a gay man, and it's a lovely book. This is not a story about tragedy. This is not a story, and of course there's a kind of metre element in the novel itself because he as a gay novelist is writing quite sad, tragic stories about gay men. Not finding an, I think that's another really interesting level going on. The actually Greer is written a novel, which is just delightful. And it's funny and he's protagonist is suffered in the way that everyone suffers to suffer through. I think that I, it selfish. We shouldn't be the kind of thing that we have two points out, but it is quite ready to find. You know, novels that don't straight characters. The allow them this amount of sort of freedom. And you know life only to say the, I respectfully agree, disagree, we've mccully slide. It did make me off out. Love. But then I tend to, I tend to express Deloitte in things that I enjoy with love. So there's different kinds of law..
Sofia Vergara Sends Warning Message After Her Instagram Account Gets Hacked
"Former MTV VJ Jesse, camp was reported missing last week by, his sister she said his mother usually here's from him once a. Week but hasn't heard from him. Since. The levins or twelfth of July Jesse. Is thirty eight years old now remember he wanted to be first MTV I wanna be. A. BJ contests. All the way back in one thousand nine hundred ninety. Nine that's. Scary It's really sad I was reading. A. Little bit more about what people who. Are close to know about him and it sounds like he's had a real rough goal. Six. He was Yes he did have. An. Elba oh Something kid. And? He recorded with some notable. Artists right but it just, has it it's? Been, a rough go which is. Now To find him well coonass is opening up about, the demise of long-term relationship with mccully Kokin revealing she made. Some mistakes in. Her twenties that affected her relationship with Kokin saying I blanked up while. Kunas, admits that it was blanked up what she did she doesn't reveal exactly what she did that made her feel, so? Bad however meals says that. Enough time has passed and, things have settled I mean I think. You pointed it. Out earlier Holly probably yeah I think so and was just about unheard. That, she went from MacAulay culkin's after she stepped up her game Right Her she had a lot of between physical outward appearance, department. Yes So if he ever guards Instagram account has been. Hacked After suspicious post popped up on her Instagram. Claiming her account was giving away a thousand free iphone an apple watches on, her Instagram stories for guard tweeted. Warning to her followers not to engage with. The hackers don't swipe up on severe regards Instagram story I was. Really hoping for some of those free products and services.
"mccully" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And finally actor morgan freeman is denying sexual harassment allegations against him freeman released a statement saying anyone who knows or works with him should know that he would never intentionally offend or make someone feel uneasy freeman adds that he apologizes to anyone was felt disrespected by him cnn says it spoke with sixteen women with eight claiming to be victims of freemen's misconduct and eight saying they witnessed that the network says some of the alleged victims work with the eighty year old actor on movie sets some our reporters and others claiming happened that is los angeles production company reveille revelations entertainment up next look at weather right now let's find out about traffic here is mainland more stuck in traffic we've got the answer it's getting better but the h one is still backed up more than usual behind the h one eight to merge its lows before you get to kunia road the good news is you'll move much better as soon as you get through the merge jam has gone at the middle street merge and traffic's moving at a good pace through downtown from the east it's also improving but still a little slow on the h one from the old while i road overpass to the mccully overpass looking at mostly sunny skies with isolated showers high near eighty four degrees trade winds ten to twenty increasing northeasterly twenty to thirty miles per hour late this morning and into the afternoon and that is the latest i'm chaz ontai right here on am six hundred ninety and fm ninety four point three the answer well unfortunately as good luck am six hundred ninety and fm ninety four point three the answer at regular republishing is giving you a chance to.
"mccully" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Law would suggest in this incident even though you don't agree with it because of the density in the neighborhood anyway what the heck is another building make the law would say that the homeowner or the investor whoever it is would be liable for the demolition charges make new laws the government gave a friend i listen i i get and i thank you for your call any what he says is very very makes a lot of sense you can't just but see here's the problem you can't replace one wrong with another one i agree with what he said okay this is a monster home it was bill de legally without permits so give it to the city let them know if it was built up from its knock it down i don't care word is geographic clear not you can't have that there are too many places that they say oh well that was done before it so now grandfathered i can tell you i remember fighting tooth and nail a body pagoda building in palolo years ago on a program that i used to do and it was they blatantly built outside of the envelope that they should have been the building is still there okay so it's like a just do it nobody's gonna do anything just go ahead and what the heck they're gonna you know people retired they changed the inspections they figured out that then it becomes grandfathered come on man sub that stopped building stuff where it shouldn't be built what is it because all of these developers wanted they want money exactly bowl money's eight fortysix mall traffic don't remember the when the real opens up in twenty five traffic is going to be just like it is today that's a that's scary funded in the mail and more stuck in traffic we've got the answer traffic is looking good this morning and it's typical coming in from the east kalanianaole highway has cleared out but you'll still find it slow on the freeway from cocoa avenue to the mccully overpass and west side commute has cleared until you get to the backups at the middle street merge h one slows at the nimitz exit the morton louis still backed up before putin loa road h one does improve significantly after all elaine heroes a true hero doesn't have to look like a hero my husband pastor big brother always.
"mccully" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Is using drugs yeah buttoning gun the drugs bad he's got a podcast yeah called bunny ears was he talked about but new years no he says they talked about this whatever but it was so funny he was on ellen today i'm gonna show you him on ellen today yes so i'm like we need to put it out in the universe to get macaulay culkin on my podcast but then he was telling ellen that he gets supernova like his no he loves the exact same as when he was saying no but the the number one thing his people probably tell other people are don't ask him about home alone don't ask them to talk about yeah don't ask about home alone that's all i'd want ask exactly four i'd be like so what was the sweater budget i have a strong reason to believe that come christmas time in december i bet you he doesn't leave mccully kokin now is a number one google top five google searches and what do you think comes up because i can i do it every december and i read every article again on end because it's so fast he's like a groundhog like he only comes out once a year and it's definitely not around christmastime did you see when he came out or or ryan gosling was wearing a t shirt of mccully mccolgan was wearing two days ryan gosling we're insured gauguin's amazing that's good stuff those were the days.
"mccully" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Traffic from the west has just about cleared there is still a brief slowdown from the middle street merge to downtown for the east side the h one is still slow from the seventh avenue overpass to the mccully overpass the three winberg roads are good and got a heads up for tonight varying tonight always going to be completely closed westbound from piliokahi to lama nia from nine pm till four am traffic will be contra you work hard to recruit the best talent for your business so you understand how important benefits are today's candidates are looking for more than just insurance and retirement accounts they want benefits they can use every day and perks that helped them achieve that important work life balance with their desks standing desks solutions you can create the healthy office culture they're looking for work can move more throughout the day so they're happier healthier and more productive the new desk pro desk sixty electric is the perfect way to create your active workspace it's a commercial grade electric standing desk that lets you sit or stand with the touch of a button and it assembles in under five minutes with no need for professional installers or labor costs the pro desk sixty electric ships for free and thanks to our thirty day guarantee if you don't love it we'll pick it up for free to learn how you can try the pro desk sixty electric in your office visit barracuda dot com slash radio that's vr i desk dot com slash radio heroes a true hero doesn't have to look like a hero my husband my pastor big brother always always always there to help so k five the home team and the star advertiser present the lex brodie's above and beyond award nominate your hero today at hawaiisalem dot com click the lex brodie's above and beyond banner one winner will be chosen and honored each month dominate your hero today proudly supported by jj dolan's arcade green winward and team lally keller williams honolulu larry elder explains why we see so many father the primary reason for having the proliferation of kids raised without fathers he's because of the ease with which a woman can marry the government and the ease with which is in naples the man to abandon his financial and moral responsibility overwhelmingly the reason for the rise in out of wedlock birth rate in my opinion is that we are subsidized slovenly behavior for.
"mccully" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Super soaker is she's a very scantily clad it was yeah there's some weird shit on nick dude yeah that's that's a little weird no i mean i could hear you weird actually i i mean like an adult writing that is totally yeah that's weird it's a hot right dude dude i'm sure i'm sure you enjoyed that back in the day it's yeah absolutely that whole episode the like trapped in the rv episode victoria's the legendary okay basically softcore i mean i think you guys were using it as software back when you were boys is also i mean also in that little break we took her brampton show me that we immediately just saw that brand song was like shouting out the mccully kokin podcast does podcast podcast g is verified already and it's doing big numbers and that's upsetting macaulay culkin's outing him out transition into being a successful podcasts we got a no i'm not i'm not okay with that we need to we need to crush them we need to tiny tics i wanna i haven't listened to bunny ears yet but i plan on on destroying we need to grow our socials i just started the instagram yeah but still pod we need to grow that more follow unverified to yes still on twitter pat on instagram yeah yeah i mean this is really just like i just it's sort of a personal for fun yeah we do the pod for fun we have the patriots now which is like a good way i mean i've spent a bunch of money in the pod already so i could maybe recoup some of that and i just want to do more episodes quite frankly i wanna do people asking this is all about fun this is the first time that i'm like yeah i want to grow the pod hard just to beat mccully this isn't because otherwise fun it's not about like i'm not if this pod gets more listeners i'll be stoked just that more people are listening to it but it's it's it's about fun but this is the only time it's about crushing now it's not about fun now it's about winning specifically about macaulay culkin.
"mccully" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Oh wait brenda song is from another choose on sweet life zaka yeah yeah oh london tipton absolutely tokens dating her dime yeah what yeah he's dated some majors like now no check out her instagram it's all pictures of them like hanging out he must have like some heavy heavy swagger and finesse in in person yeah oh for sure i mean yeah he's like i think he's definitely a charming dude must be i'm sure that i was level charming yeah god level because i mean going in like i don't need that much if you're i think macaulay kalkin just being macaulay culkin is like still i think you're underestimating how much cachet that that carries yeah i think it just goes both ways double edged sword depends on your mccully perspective i think a lot of these girls kinda i mean if we're being honest a lot of these women that macaulay culkin has had sex with a lot of these women wanted to have sex with kevin mcallister who evidence of them dating dude yeah getting like look at those from the other arminarm brent assign absolute he is looking a little better lately he's he's recovered he was looking very methy for a while he's gotten better so it makes those that's his journey now he's a podcast like us yeah hit he finally hit rock bottom and became a podcast yeah that's i think it is it's it's funny how like whenever whenever like.
"mccully" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Have we tom on the podcast charts no we got to do that please leave a review until your friends about the pod so we could pass mccully goals subscribe this is just sort of a like yeah definitely subscribe if you haven't this is just a chip on my shoulder right now i think like macaulay culkin went on falun and promoted his podcast and i got a fuck yeah oh yeah we got we just need we don't need to take him down we just needed get ahead of them we need to take we need to ruin his life i wanna ruin macaulay culkin's life i mean if just passing them on the pod charts we'll do that down to him it's your first threat on the pod bits go you can't really i guess like yeah if i murder anybody i'm like kind of fucked yeah you all here it's all this is creative so it's kinda like i think there's a loophole for it like you can't be like rap lyrics can't be evidence if you can murder somebody under parody la i did it as a did it as a goof yeah respect him he also macaulay culkin like the not to you know i i don't want to look he's he's his roster crazy of dating brenda song right now remember the hot asian girl and social network choose on the suite life of zack and code you remember she she was like andrew garfield girlfriend in that movie brenda song don't remember.