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"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of the Paul W. Smith Show right off the course of the second Rocket Mortgage Classic. What a beautiful one. It was under Really tough conditions. None of us could be there, but we watched it every minute of it on television. And in the end what a finish three birdies in a row. Bryson the Shambo is on our line right off the golf course. Congratulations to you, Bryson. Thank you, Paul. Appreciate being on. It's gonna be a lot of fun next few hours. Well, I hope that it is great fun for you first win of the season. I think sixth on the PGA Tour and you are probably the most talked about before even one this thing today. The most talked about golf or in a very long time. Because of the transition you went through and the way you built up your body. Yeah, It's been a long process, And I think the most important thing is that We all work hard. But if you could find little advantages, and you make sure that you're doing the right things every single day and letting you know today's garbage to be better than yesterday's. That's all. You can ask for it. If it adds up to something better. That's what matters most. A lot of dedication, lot of hard work, perseverance. That's that's what that now and, uh, breathing the benefits. Rice into shambo with us, the champion of the second Rocket mortgage Classic and was there something that struck you or some reason that you decided to make for what turned out to be obviously the correct move, But to make the move to bulk up is Bigas. You have Well, I'd say the most important thing is the strokes gained was pretty substantial. Regardless when I was looking at analyzing some stuff, I said If I could hit it. Three yards farther, I could be six yards more off line and still gain strokes. So I felt like I could hit it straight enough and get stronger on. Consequently, that allowed me to get a lot more strokes off the tee, and I actually also put it really well this week. I was just going to say that as much talk. Is there been About those booming drives those jaw dropping drives. The reality is you're putting was spectacular, and the putting was extremely important to you. Absolutely. That was the key to me Winning. I could've I really could have driven a little bit better. But unfortunately, um, that wasn't the case and I was able to make up for in putting You know, I mentioned before we get on the air that are rest. Son, Jamie Guy singer trying to be in the tour. He's grinding it out. He's traveling around, almost living out of his car. He asked me, he wondered if I ever got a chance to talk to you to ask you was there anything you had to do to your driver to make it withstand those swing speeds? You have to do it. He lost the club a little bit not. It's very difficult. There's not really 5.5 5 degree drivers out there right now. And so cobra was nice enough to make me a driver that was that lost so I could swing it that fast and not have 3000 spin. If if I have seven degree driver I'm spinning at 3000 with those speeds just cause of the deflection of the shaft. And so the most important thing is getting the correct loss, truck spin and launch for those new speeds. Well, it was they really are job dropping their really our powerful and you just said you could have done a little better. I don't know my friend you're sitting he won. I did when I did when I really appreciate it, but I look at what How I can improve on each and every hole and I feel like there's a few holes where didn't execute a drive that could have allowed me to win by five or six. But I'm very proud of the way I persevered through some adversity and was able to get the job done right in a 765 and that beautiful Detroit Golf Club. Birdieing four of the first seven holes, closing with three straight birdies, finishing at a career best 23 under 2 65. I suspect you're going to remember the Rocket Mortgage Classic for a very long time. Yes, sir. I'm looking forward to coming back many years to come. Well, we're looking forward to having you back. Anything else You want to say anything else Before I let you go? I know it's a busy time coming right off the course after the victory, anything else? Would say everybody. There is listening. This work as hard as he possibly can every single day and do your best. Tolo. Give your also that today's Stuff is better than yesterday. And you're looking forward your thoughts about the majors this fall everything good. A lot of great thoughts going into those majors. All right. Well, good luck to you. Congratulations again, And we're very, very happy for you. What a spectacular day and weekend for by the way for a rocket mortgage classic That's really gonna make a change in the lives of Detroiters, Michiganders, and frankly, that's going to affect the way the PGA Enters into all of these tournaments when they can see what they can give back. And you're a big part of that price. And so congratulations. Thank you. Thanks both appreciate. Right in the Shambo, the winner of the Rocket Mortgage Classic..

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Learning What Stories To Tell To Drive Success With Paul Smith

Leadership Biz Café

08:16 min | 1 year ago

Learning What Stories To Tell To Drive Success With Paul Smith

"There's been a growing interest around the USA storytelling in leadership. Over the last few years in fact I've talked about storytelling leadership here on this show. And past episodes and how leaders can utilize this communication tool to increase engagement and productivity amongst their employees however just as we see in TV shows and movies when it comes to the storytelling in leadership. It's important for us to recognize that there's many different types of stories leader should have in their leadership toolkit to help inspire motivate and form and provide guidance and direction to those under their care and to help us better understand what those different types of stories are. Is this episode guest. Paul Smith follow is one of the world's leading experts in business storytelling. In fact Paul has personally interviewed over two hundred fifty CEOS executives leaders and sales people in twenty five countries documenting over two thousand individuals stories there which he's identified the components of effective storytelling.

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Learning What Stories To Tell To Drive Success

Leadership Biz Café

06:58 min | 1 year ago

Learning What Stories To Tell To Drive Success

"Hi Paul Welcome to the show. Hey thanks for having me on them. I'm happy to be here so Paul I have to tell you. I was very intrigued by the premise of your book. Which I'm sure comes as no surprise to my listeners. As I've not only used storytelling in some of my episodes to help illustrate an idea or insight but in episode forty six my show. I shared three keys to effective storytelling. And for those interested. I'll be sure to include links to those past episodes in the show notes but in the title of Your Book. You point out how there are in fact ten stories that every leader should be ready to us and tell if they want to be successful so before we explore a few of them a great place to start here would be if you could share a brief overview of what these. Ted Different stories are. Paul Yeah Shera. And I'm certainly not claiming these are the only ten stories in fact I hope I make a point somewhere in there that in fact just the opposite you need a lot more stories in these in an in my previous books. I think I'd covered hundreds of different types of stories That my my goal here was an attempt for people who are just getting started in the storytelling space or wanting to use storytelling You know where should I start? What are the most important ten stories franny leader to tell so? Certainly not the only but I think these are probably a good list of the most important ones So yes for the ten. The first four go together because they're about setting direction for the organization so here those are where we came from. So that's our founding story why we can't stay there so that's a case for change story where we're going which is a vision story and how we're GONNA get there which is a strategy store because strategies about how you're going to get from where you are now to where you want to be so if you can tell those stories well. I think you've got a much better chance of getting the organization to go where you want them to go case the next forego together as well but they're more about who we are as an organization. So that's what we believe. The corporate values story who we serve set a customer story a story about the customer so that everyone at the organization can have a personal visceral understanding of of WHO. You're working for what we do for our customers. So that's a classical sales story or customer success story and then number eight is how we're different from our competitors so I call that a marketing story because marketings generally about differentiating yourself from your competitors and then the that leads to more and they kind of go together as well but there are more personal to you the leader. So that's why I lead the way I do. That's a personal leadership philosophy story and why you should want to work here so like not not you. But whoever you're talking to right so I caught a recruiting story. So you'll notice a number of different kind of functional type stories here but these are definitely not just stories for those functional leaders. I think every leader Regardless of function needs to be able to tell this at least this Saturday ten stories now Paul would like to do is explore a few of these types of stories that you just described of course some of them. I've already explored in past episodes for example episode thirty one which was the first edition of Leadership Espresso shot explored this idea of using stories to communicate a larger vision. So what I'd like to do with you. Today is discussed some of these types of stories that many of us probably haven't even thought about in terms of how we lead and the first one is the story type. You call why I lead the way. I do which is essentially using a story that helps illustrate our leadership philosophy or approach her style now. Unlike a story we create to help us explain the change initiative or an ambitious vision or long-term plan. This one might not seem as a parent in terms of Bove when we needed or even how we use it so when in our work week Paul does this kind of story come into play and how does it help us improve the way we lead. Yeah great question. So this story would be used or not This type of story. I should say because I think most leaders need more than one leadership philosophy story you need at least one but probably several and the most frequent Or commonplace you would use this. Anti uses is when you're on boarding new direct report. Where whether so? That's whether you've got a new employees working for you and you just need to introduce them to your leadership philosophy in your leadership style or you are new. You've taken a new job and then everybody who works for you of course is new to you And those are the situations where you need to set expectations of the organization or the people of what leadership to expect from you and also what kind of leadership you expect from them. And the way I've seen most people do this in the past which is really frustrating as they they have this list you know they they lay on you as if it some profound You know list that says something like my leadership. Philosophy has got a bunch of buzzwords on it and much of bullet points and the kind of thing that most of us could probably say about ourselves or anybody else. I I prefer to focus on. Value added You leadership exercises and I prefer to be disciplined in my approach and in a whatever but it's the kind of thing that anybody could say about themselves. These stories are going to be very unique though. They're basically going to be examples of times in your career where you've either made leadership mistake or or made a great leadership decision or exhibited great leadership behavior or saw someone else exhibit. Great Leadership Behavior or leadership mistake. That just changed your thinking about what great leadership is and made you the leader that you are today. So those types of stories are far more meaningful to people in helping set expectations of what kind of leadership to expect from you and and to give them a concrete idea of what that might look like. It's interesting how as you were just described Paul particularly about how it's clarifying expectations. Both in terms of what we expect from others and what employees should expect from us as it got me thinking about some of the stories. I've shared a pass leaders worked with and how in many ways these stories were a perfect vehicle to illustrate their leadership. Style or philosophy that in sharing this story about how these leaders operated it was as much a teachable lesson on leadership as it was a glimpse into how they viewed leadership and what made them so good about it. Yeah I think so so. You're not only telling them what to expect from you. You're teaching them a leadership lesson Presumably you've the store you choose to share would be an example that would teach somebody a good leadership style right so Yeah it helps them learn how to be a better leader as well

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"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Your hearing the Paul W. Smith show news talk seven sixty WJAR well my friend Keith knoll just had a birthday I mentioned a few days ago it you know maybe that investment in your flow B. franchise as a flow BC salesman who is gonna pay off with everybody cutting their own hair I don't think so Keith justice just sample I'm glad you thought about that let's accentuate the positive we're gonna try to do that now with our friend David Sauer B. Angkor advisors managing director and portfolio manager boy you've got your job cut out for you today David good morning good morning Paul absolutely what did you read it at all all right good I none of us have ever seen anything like what we're seeing now here with the oil and I guess ultimately the laws of supply and demand I'm displayed big time worldwide that's what it comes down to so much has been written since Monday when the futures markets were contracts are expiring or no one is hypothetically negative for a price per barrel as much as thirty five dollars but in reality that the underlying price of oil is somewhere around eleven twelve dollars a barrel in the spot market and looking out forward more like twenty to thirty dollars a barrel that's the reality in its supply and demand we produce a box on this planet we produce about a hundred million barrels a day can be managed to seventy million dollars or seventy million burns you think at some point the band and that's where the parcel won't so it seems like can be a natural for the buying commodities futures saying you're betting that the price will go up but maybe maybe you can make that bad anymore in this world I want you know blown S. R. S. S. as a student energy stocks all prices gas prices is one person says nobody knows nothing which is Christ correct there will boil I thank you for what Exxon also CEO the one before rex Tillerson Lee Rayment a couple years ago he said we had a whole casting doubt we ever got it right and I think that rule still applies nobody can forecast the price of oil even down here where the spot market is at about eleven fifteen on west Texas a lot of worry and concern for what was the hottest economy as we're reminded every night by the president but what was the hottest economy in the world our economy just the how weak he is it and I guess more importantly how long do you think it will stay this week global a little like nobody knows how to forecast all in in those so much on don't but let's let's give it our best shot unemployment rates could potentially get twenty percent or higher second quarter GDP down ten to as much as twenty percent thank god the very near term will consume more dominated economy that is why the why to decline is probably steeper than most other most other countries thank you god spoke to get through just like you do on your stock portfolios and saves fourth quarter this year back to positive territory unemployment rates back lower again and while this is an incredibly painful and uncertain tanker yet I've never seen that monetary and fiscal stimulus that was the last time a thirty five percent of GDP monitoring fiscal stimulus more stimulus coming by way of our small business lending that's going to put it even higher than thirty five percent of GDP that ultimately gets the economy back to favorable calls for eight all in in in in the afternoon where Scottish near term pain but we've never had tool boxes won't so much at the economy can stimulus that ultimately that will prevail immensely does that catch up with this the hundreds of billions of dollars we are throwing at the stimulus you tell us if we don't know how to properly unwind it and an axe so much the concert will how information rates use our solution is so low it's sucking since the two thousand eight financial crisis well you have a link to percent last interest rates very low if we don't begin to unwind all the stimulus you will have the crowding out effect on the private sector it can be inflationary it canceled on our growth rates have and retain all these gaps now we have to think sometimes you have that one tool box going forward for how long line didn't really happen I'm bonded properly post two thousand and eight now with more stimulus in anyone about their fault but I think in the near term what what's taken place was absolutely needed recession yes bear market by over two months now no sign in your world of a depression in school all state graduate student in economics back in my day Russian was actually policy really excessive all trade protectionism Smoot Hawley federal reserve this time it's been incredibly skinny on in in the early nineteen thirties it was three dollars and money supply in the economy it became ten dollars in money supply to such research actually did the wrong thing and let the money supply contract that especially led to the Great Depression we don't have the same kind of economic stabilizers that we have in place today with unemployment insurance and so on that's why it's gonna be a tough assumption absolutely I think still struggled but still still difficult depression nothing like we saw in the nineteen thirties when extended for eighteen years I know you have a crystal ball that's why we call you David CRB or at least your positive attitude and outlook but where to next near term each each forecasts are all over the map that I read although he's from another planet ready to ten percent credit just C. twenty percent as it is a good example the stock market yes five hundred is still nineteen percent off its February nineteenth highs but here's a number that includes if you look at large cap mid cap and small cap stocks that's still about thirty percent off its February highs almost also pretty good buying opportunity due south just after waiting very slowly because I've never seen a bear market down thirty five percent over and done with in a two month time period given that the gravity of the economy this is gonna take some time to figure out too many people talk about past the lows will get some kind of testing here but ultimately that that stimulus is going to be the right package that gets the economy to a better place sometime in the third quarter early fourth quarter this year.

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"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Here that the most familiar voice in Michigan Paul W. Smith it's just just this little thing that we can all hold on to that still a normal part of our lives but it can it's on the very very kind of you to say it's it is an honor and a privilege to serve our listeners with whatever help we can give them during this troubling time well thanks Paul W. and in that state and same here with our socio Haitian trying to work out all the Kinks in the federal the federal stimulus is coming down for small businesses and the key really is that it was it was past and they tried to implement it within a week and they need to implement it with urgency because every single day that goes by more small businesses fail they're trying to hold on to trying to hold on as long as they can and in this case as the banks are ramping up we started to see over the weekend we we asked our members let us know how those applications are coming a lot of more told in the beginning we don't have it available yet and it's going to be several days or even a couple a couple weeks so we're told but then we started seeing on Saturday if you were telling us that they were there triples are coming through on Sunday more recounts approvals for coming through so I expect throughout this week that those technical glitches more and more will get worked out the ones that long term I'm most concerned about are the ones that don't have a strong banking relationship right now or if their home bank does not participate at all in the program we've got to find a home for them end lieutenant governor I I think one of the reasons that you've come to the fore and are working on this is that we're looking at L. but I know it sounds like a lot of money it is a lot of money but it's a limited amount of money and so you want Michiganders are small business owners right here in the great state of Michigan to get moving and don't wait on this no matter what you hear how many glitches there might be and I'm happy to hear you say that Saturday and Sunday that's been picking up what you want people to get out there and make the application before the money's gone that's right there's three hundred and fifty billion dollars that has been appropriated it's out there waiting for somebody to come and get it but it's there's nothing allocated to Michigan or to any other state it's a first come first serve basis and there are literally twenty two million small businesses around the around the country and I love alone I wanted more to be successful but I want Michigan small businesses to go to get more of that as much as that as it possibly can and I think it will have an impact on how quickly we can recover from all this to the extent that we can they can our small businesses can get that payroll support and in a way that allows them to emerge from this healthcare crisis in a way that that that gives them a shot at long term survival I thank I know you don't decide how this money comes through or what's going to be covered but I hear from a lot of small businesses restaurants to that it's great to have the the the paycheck covered you know the this whole program that's helping the small businesses with a paycheck protection program and by the way you can go to and my paycheck protection dot com MRI paycheck protection dot com but a lot of these folks are saying that's all good that's all great but what about Iran we can't cover our rent in the that's that's also a big deal yes but the paycheck protection program allows for payroll branch interest on debt in utilities so how do you know that I don't like that I don't think they knew that that's good to hear that's one of the reasons why we we teamed up with the Michigan CPA's R. T. M. U. D. C. and even rocket.

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"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of the Paul W. Smith show with a variety of the guests we've had on the last couple of weeks if you missed a word like the what they have to say again it's a good group of people and then of course we're back Sunday at noon for opportunity Detroit so it's a seven day week and well worth it to be able to spend time with you there's something good going on twenty four hours a day seven days a week right here at seven sixty the A. M. dial I I saw this the story of gas under a block which figures because we've got nowhere to go but I yep I think it's a good idea I don't know Dick about you but I've always at times like this I don't know why but hi I always keep my tank full it's a good idea I keep might out to keep the gas tank in the car full at times like this just it's just something I do man it sounds like you might do the same thing yeah it's usually a good idea we think about that in the winter time sometimes but in these times yeah keeping it fall is a good idea and I hate to say it but it's kind of like the toilet paper effectiveness yeah we kind of accept we're not hurting anyone because thankfully our tanks are limited if you see someone with a tanker truck pulling up to the pump for ninety nine cent gas you know you're in trouble but yeah yeah that is it the the tank is self limiting so what were you can hoard as much gasoline or at least as much gasoline that your car will hold do not start filling up containers and putting me in your garage and blowing up your garage and everything else yeah but you're right we're not going anywhere and that explains part of the reason why it's so low and of course the price of oil is gone down but watching the markets like I do the price of crude oil has gained about five dollars a barrel who would ever think that we would wish that oil would go up a little bit in price because really it's self defeating one the price of oil dips down like it did that's putting the frackers and the shale oil people out of business we already had a couple of bankruptcies and that's the whole heart of what president trump always calls America's energy independence and by the way speaking of oil don't get marathon oil corporation confused with our our friends our dear friends in Findlay which is marathon petroleum corporation a few years ago they completely split the company's I thought the trolley incorporation in Findlay is one company and then marathon oil corporation is making some headlines because the C. E. O. they're spending hundreds of thousands of dollars buying back their stock for as little as three dollars seventeen cents a share and there's a guy who believes wholeheartedly that the company will come back in that stock is a highly undervalued I have no idea I don't follow marathon oil corporation I follow marathon petroleum corporation our friends there in family by the way didn't know this but today is world party day and Kim is happy hour face timing with her friends Karen and Allison around the country she has invited me to join on world party day and by the way the Lebanese the chick pea salad recipe that behavior family gives a thumbs up to in the Smith family Sir Adamson it came to Kim on an airplane ride years ago with Phyllis Diller it was set out referred to this as a Phyllis Diller refrigerator staple will find most of loved it as somebody did as given to my came years ago and it is fabulous in that is that chick pea salad too here you can write this down but I think it was putting it online two fifteen ounce cans of chickpeas drained and rinsed two fifteen ounce cans of chickpeas drained and rinsed two tablespoons of olive oil that takes care of that and ask me how much olive oil two tablespoons of olive oil two tablespoons of garlic minced two tablespoons of minced garlic two tablespoons of fresh lemon juice two tablespoons fresh lemon juice one small bunch fresh parsley I reiterate washed and chopped a small bunch of fresh parsley now you mix the oil garlic and lemon in a large bowl the oil garlic and lemon in a large bowl and you let the flavours marry for at least ten minutes then you stir in the chick peas and parsley and then you enjoy it and you put it in the refrigerator and you enjoy it for a few days and it is spectacular it's a fabulous high fiber weapon for regulating blood sugar and just a great great wonderful piece to have there in the it I'm sorry I'm just being I'm just being like a good breakfast it sounds like a great oh my goodness I'm just getting word from A. M. that eighty Barbieri junior a legend on the east side that dot Gardo restaurants that eighty Barbieri junior has died he he really did a tremendous job he added I used to kid him about the fact that he had a restaurant for each child but I am told that he died yesterday after a decade long battle with lung disease we thought he was beating that with a lung transplant I believe and some other work we thought he had beaten that he did not he is dead at the age of seventy sad news to pass along what a great guy AV Barbieri junior certainly a legend of dot org restaurants in some other offshoot restaurants man oh man.

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"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"The Paul W. Smith show news talk seven sixty W. G. A. R. six forty nine eleven minutes away from seven Friday morning the twentieth of March first full day of spring and that's certainly good news speaking of good news the good news is that Sami Miro is the Detroit regional chamber president and CEO the other good news is that sandy Peru is here on the Paul W. Smith show on this Friday morning and in response to the quickly changing needs of the southeast Michigan business community the Detroit regional chamber is launching a cold bid nineteen tele town hall series to address concerns and disruptions caused by the corona virus and it begins this morning matter of fact sandy good morning I'm not surprised good morning Paul W. you were a let me let go back to your the old days for you but when you were very much involved in government and in Washington I I gotta believe you can't help but think in terms of when you were with the administration how you would have handled it the administration would have handled it it's after it's after that you never had to deal with anything quite like this but tell me some of your thoughts back in your Washington DC days well Paul W. you're absolutely right I mean it does bring back memories you know it's just a few months after I started at the beginning of all the bush administration what we had nine eleven obviously and that you know change or administration or the the subsequent eight years at changed our nation forever and then I ended my time with President Bush you know it's part of the economic team of the financial crisis and you know this call but nineteen crisis Paul W. is a little bit of both in the sense that nine eleven was an immediate and dramatic shock and covert nineteen is is very similar in that respect it didn't happen in the day but came on very quickly I mean when you look at just last week and actually last week lease and I were in Hawaiian is fascinating to watch the crisis unfold you know from several thousand miles away sitting on a beach but you know we really went from you know kind of business as usual to fist pumping to three feet away to six with a way to just stay home literally in the span of a week so it was it was a very dramatic shift and for the like the financial crisis in the sense that this is going to have a very deep and potentially longer lasting economic impact on a lot of businesses and a lot of families I'm very concerned that the answer coming at this point from the Republicans he's a twelve hundred dollar check for each adult five hundred dollars for the kids I don't really see the long term benefit of that frankly what I would see the benefit of would be a guaranteeing of pay rules for example to keep these companies these these jobs these restaurants these movie theaters these small medium and large businesses alive through this thing the R. eight you know this hotel you know the government is a blunt instrument and it's not a scalpel and there's really no way to come up with the perfect solution to get people and businesses through a crisis like this obviously during the financial crisis you know our response was you know let help the biggest intrusions like the bank so we do have an economy when we came out of it that obviously worked to the extent that our recovery out of the Great Recession was was very strong it obviously you know started under the last administration xcelerated under under president trump's time so that worked out really well but there's a lot of criticism of that right so you know we know we should have bailed out the banks and you know what about the the average person this time there were you know the government is really trying to focus on the average person and this really will help because I don't think this is a one time thing I think this one thousand or twelve hundred dollars whatever they end up deciding will be a ongoing monthly payment at least for some period of time during this crisis that's really going to help people like the hourly workers and no matter which version is pastor is going to be a an income cap on it so you know people with with with high income you know I don't know what the income limits going to be I think they're talking about anything between a hundred twenty thousand to fifty thousand dollars a year you know those people going to be exact problem of getting these checks all right tell me about your Detroit regional chamber covert nineteen tele town hall series actually begins at eleven thirty this morning talk to me about that yeah so you know we were you know the team did a fantastic job they they were on this early we have had a covert nineteen business resource site up and running at the chamber for over a week now and it has just a tremendous amount of resources resources for small businesses resources for you know for different general businesses research S. is for for individual so anything that we can find at the national state or local level that is good information factual information verified information or connection to tools that you might need I mean you know there's researchers on there what do you do when you find an employee has been tested positive for covered nineteen all those resources have been on our site Nick and we update this thing literally multiple times a day we even have a section for just automotive issues and you know what the automotive companies are doing and all that so this telethon a tele town series that we're doing is part of our of our resource center and we're bringing in people like Jeff Donofrio from the state of Michigan we're bringing in our elected representatives people like senator Gary Peters and representative Haley Stevens we have the former lieutenant governor Brian Calley who's now with the small business association of Michigan we're going to have Michael Robinette from IHS automotive and so we're gonna be doing these literally starting today we're gonna have multiple ones each week we only have like a thousand people you know who were raised their hands yes I want to be part of one of these a tele town series it's open for anyone you don't have to be a chamber member it's a resource that we're providing and we're bringing in experts to talk about what you can do what the true information is we're gonna start bringing in health professionals you know to provide advice and factual information the trade chamber dot com forward slash co bid nineteen forward slash tele town hall Detroit.

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"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Your hearing the Paul W. Smith show news talk seven sixty WJAR well we know how just how bad it was I mean we didn't live it thank goodness but we certainly with all the coverage of seeing just how bad things were in Nashville and in the well it's really east to east to Tennessee which is where we find our W. J. R. news correspondent Clayton Neville who has been on this story from the start and the actually some pretty good news the event I didn't expect Clayton yeah there is some good news you know if you're gonna fight good news out of this and that is that the number of people who are unaccounted for has gone down there yesterday afternoon it was at twenty now with that read across middle Tennessee in Putnam County where the majority of deaths were eighteen people that in Putnam County we're still just one person unaccounted for so if there is any good news in this story that would be it well that is the good news I I thought there'd be far more missing still and that would have unfortunately meant far more deaths but interestingly enough also what Westwood One news and many other news sources have been sticking with the twenty four dead in USA today has been sticking with now a few times twenty five dead do we have a the and accurate number well I'm gonna go with Florida officials are saying here in Tennessee that would be the governor governor Oakley and others and that number right now is at twenty four now that twenty five could be the fact that there is one person who is unaccounted for from Putnam County in a rural area and you know it's now been almost two days and they have yet to find this person but they have not declared the twenty per person debt yet at least officially so we'll go with twenty four dead at this point three still unaccounted for across middle Tennessee so there is still the possibility that the death toll could rise but it doesn't look like we're going to be dealing with massive numbers as the days goes on I mean I you know twenty four huge every measure devastating number of people but it doesn't look like it'll go way up which is a good thing WJAR news correspondent Clayton Neville in Nashville how far away is the nasco from Cookeville Tennessee yeah that's about eighty miles so they were not ring up toward graders yeah I had that kind of gives you an idea of.

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"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Paul W. Smith on W. J. are once again substituting here's Kevin D. S. Harvey Weinstein is looking at up to life in prison seven men and five women will huddle in the jury room in New York in a couple of hours to decide his fate during this on the Paul W. Smith show now is correspondent Steve Kassebaum Steve thanks for joining us thanks for having me so they've already deliberated for one day right without any decision that's right and there's really no telling how long the seven men and five women who make up history will take to reach a verdict that it be to reach a verdict they started their day with some questions about a clarification on the different charges and the clarification on the wall want to know whether they needed the flying blind you'll see a certain account in order to find him guilty on other counts they also asked for print of his Manhattan apartment she was secure there are you being one of the two women involved in these charges against him inside that apartment so either you're looking at that apartment Dan at the lay out in relation to what this woman claimed happened well before the deliberations began the judge told the defense attorney dot a return though because of an op ed that she wrote that was published in Newsweek over the weekend in which she told the jury she asked the jury directly to look past the headline and import them to do the right thing to a quick her client based upon the evidence the prosecution the the church told go eat the crabs and prosecution not to talk to any reporters anymore until this verdict we we we like our verdicts in one hour just like a lawn order we like you he left to get ripped up quickly so you're gonna have to you have to move them along win not when you yeah when you hear those notes calm you know what I've said lots of trials you get think and they're asking about this does this mean that lean one way or the other de can you tell us how how well the victims held up during their testimony it was really difficult for these victims to get on on to the witness stand playing what happened to them and in their words and then to be cross examined by the defense and have the defense claimed that the the the worst actually lying that that the that they had consensual relationships with Harvey one being questioned why they maintain contact with him afterwards and splayed evidence including emails and other evidence showing the that that you know not only they maintain contact with the but that they spoke to him in in somewhat you know glowing terms the prosecution put on of an expert in the behavior of rape victims to testify that this is very common it's common for rape victims to stay in contact with their attackers when they know the attacker especially if that person is in the position of authority in Harvey Weinstein wisely decided not to take the stand in his own defense I don't think that probably surprised anybody but didn't seem to have any impact on the jurors when it went down five hundred I'm not sure we were expecting you know you hear from one the dot supposedly that if he wanted to testify and the defense had to give it that was not a good idea it now is looking at this is a question that the jury had they wanted to know why he wasn't charged with other crimes stemming from some of the allegations I I don't really remember hearing that before in any of the cases I've sat through word where they wanted to know why they weren't charged do you do you know if then the prosecutors actually would would answer them to the judge would answer that I don't know why they asked that question it's really interesting for the jury to ask you that I'm not sure what could be read into that and church basically explained a lot surrounding the charges that one scene increasing now that they're that they're supposed to the site and and why those charges were brought against him but what the prosecution does what it does it's an interesting question I don't know what look at the ready so in all of these other allegations that came out it is part of the me too movement was any of that part of the trial was was did a prosecutors try and bring any of that into the trial yeah there were four other women who testified that including at the Los urine the actress from the sopranos series on HBO of these women were brought in the claim of a predatory sexual assault against Turkey once the that the the two women who have alleged that these crimes against him that they were within the statute of limitations but the other four women their allegations were beyond the statute of limitations however they were allowed to testify to support his claim of sexual predatory salt and then and so were the most serious charges against him down guilty he could face up the rest of his life behind bars and of course wine scene says all all of this was consensual sex and and the prosecutors pretty much forced to prove that it wasn't beyond beyond the testimony of the women who said it wasn't consensual were they able to present any real evidence to that effect well they did have a women who were friends with the alleged victims come and testify about conversations they had with the women shortly after the incident allegedly happened and you know then they supported the women's claim you know they they they say that their friend told them what once he did to them that they or their current go to police and they they were free to do so because they felt that once the which shut them down they presented evidence that once the and hired a private investigation firm to track all of these women who are making allegations against him on a and it to try to discredit them so they they didn't present a pretty thorough case with more than thirty witnesses being on the stand during the trial he has a long trial do you think.

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"The towns in hotel in Birmingham Paul W. Smith rock and roll and then riding in the car the SUV the truck the pickup driving along here we're at the towns and hotel beautiful towns and beautiful Birmingham beautiful Huntington the economic outlook breakfast it's just a beautiful day in the neighborhood happy to say hi to Aerith Dietz regional president for Huntington into drive in southeast Michigan he's been on the show before in the end you always share some helpful tips for our listeners how to manage their money you should to help some of the municipalities within the sound of my voice right now they probably used to help right now nice to see you and you've got a busy morning planned out too we sure do Paul good morning a really happy to be here we we do take a proactive approach to total looking out for our clients a lot of it is sharing insights about the economy and we have one of the best John Augustine is our chief investment officer and he'll be with us here today and thank you guys for being here with us as well well thanks for inviting us we take it as a real honor to be able to be here like this and and let people know what's going on here and John will be on the show a little later this morning's here some of his his insights but when you think about Huntington you think about it organization a company that's been around for a very long time but you also have to keep coming up with new things new ideas what's going on there we do Paul thanks and we've been around for a long time one hundred and fifty three years to be to be exact while we employ thirty four hundred of folks here in Michigan I have twelve hundred here in my region to Detroit and we actually have two hundred eighty branches of that that are spread out throughout this wonderful state of Michigan are we going to continue vest the people yes and and the businesses that that reside here we do have a new branch opening to which we look at about where where is that in the city of Detroit yeah so we we continue that investment and mac an altar will be the new location that actually will open on January twenty first on a soft basis will do a grand opening in March well along with that in addition to the news branch opening a you have continued Eric dates and having tend to be very involved in helping to grow entrepreneurs in mid Michigan that's kind of a you have a soft spot in your heart for the hard working entrepreneurs and to help them we do we do in at Huntington we're uniquely position and we do it through our customers we we invest in our customers we loaned them lots of money to make sure that they make their dreams come true since the recession Paul which is you know roughly ten years ago we look at that and we still agree with the with the economics that two out of every three jobs are created by small business and that's still a big focus for us we we've been the number one SP wonder in this region for eleven consecutive years while we don't intend to give that up and and and in fact we're actually number one in the country in terms of total volume you know I we we broadcast America's thanksgiving parade to presented by art van and Tony Michaels and the parade company do a great job you had a new float in the parade in the in have you had a business segment on that float for a recall we did you know and and the front part of the flow was dedicated to our traditional you know individuals in the people that we we love and take care of here in the market but why not showcase one of our greatest assets and that's our small business of sandy really make make sure the Tony highlighted that and it was the caboose of our of our are full to sheer she she also always is there a separate company at the at the pancake breakfast at live Vance with a tape measure measuring to make sure I think it has the longest tallest biggest float it's a real competition sixty high it's funny.

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06:42 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"To a more Paul W. Smith on W. J. are once again substituting here's Kevin D. S. well the minimum wage went up from nine dollars and forty five cents to nine dollars and sixty five cents twenty cent increase which is good news for hourly minimum wage workers so that of course is not the case for people who rely on tips people get tips there they also got a twenty cent increase but not at the nine sixty five level much less they are are still very much reliant on tips from customers and how about the tip that Danielle Franzoni got the thirty one year old single mother working at the Thunder Bay river restaurant in Alpena Michigan on Sunday a couple came into the restaurant and left a tip on a twenty three dollar bill the message said happy new year twenty twenty tip challenge her tip was two thousand and twenty dollars she was stunned a year earlier she had been living in a homeless shelter and she was so happy with the couple's generosity she later went out to another restaurant and she left a tip of twenty dollars and twenty cents to try and pay for Dick did you catch that story yeah we saw that as per I thought it was interesting that maybe there's other people have done this that we haven't heard about because it looks like it's not just a one time thing right yeah I I I think it's kind of neat I like when these challenges sort of go viral or get around in in people see something that's how I could do that you know instead of yeah it's kind of fun or maybe even leave twenty point two percent I guess I I anything that yet either the twenty four these these people work so hard and there so appreciative of their tips and and people who work for tips are always said to be the best tempers in return because they understand the importance of it all but Mackey imagine yeah yeah it's you serve twenty three dollars where the food is not something and your your tip on that is a two thousand and twenty how man that that that's pretty good yeah they were kind of like the restaurant equivalent of dropping a Krugerrand into the red cattle I love it I love it I wanted to talk to Dick about the twenty twenty being here that means it's time for another census census ho yeah track yeah this is huge and the city's gonna spend about three million box trying to get the word out to make sure that people get counted in Detroit and you know we always talk about of people moving in or out of the city of Detroit and you you you remember what happened you know I mean at one point it was two million people lived in the city not something that a crowded city a million people you remember when I first fell below a million people and everybody was like all my gosh I can't believe Detroit's now under a million and then you know the numbers now where they talk between six and seven how yeah right around seven hundred thousand or so well it it it's really important because for every person who's counted in the census the city of Detroit gets five thousand five hundred dollars per year and you know and they only count every ten years so that's fifty five thousand dollars for the city for every person that they're able to count right and I Detroit they say is one of the hardest cities in the country to get account for they just say it's it's it's it's very very difficult ninety percent of the city is deemed hard to count because of issues like poverty of because of poverty right yeah no internet accessibility you know you're trying to reach these people and if if if they're poor and they they don't have access to the internet you know maybe the you know don't don't don't exactly the news and how much exactly how do you count homeless people how do you count people in in various forms of need that are kind of outside the mainstream and they can't be reached by normal means it's it's a good thing for every citizen to be counted because you community benefits from that not just to try but every community gets some form of federal and state help based on the census so everyone should be counted or else you're getting cheated yeah last time around only sixty four percent of detritus completed the survey that's kind of how they figure it out you know you they they they send out this paperwork and you fill it out and and and they try and come up with an official count you know Livonia by comparison last time around had ninety percent response the national average is about seventy four so to try that sixty four is coming in low so the city is trying to figure out ways to reach people what do you what do you think what I mean what is it what is a good way to do it they had a they visited they try to visit homes they they went out last year knocking on doors basically and I went to a hundred thirty thousand homes in areas that were under counted hundred thirty thousands a lot of homes but the other six seven hundred thousand people you know that's probably not right not even half of them you know they they put up some Billboard you feel you may see them as you're driving down the freeways say and you know the twenty twenty census is for everybody you have to you know you have to be counted and I don't know you know you go door to door DHEA you try to get the media if I were talking about it right now you know this but this is been going on now for decades Kevin and no good no good answer has been found you wonder whether some of statistical team could get together and make a proposal to the census bureau which ultimately I guess would be up to Congress for for some other better way to count people in America's cities because Detroit's not the only one ace a some sort of a statistical model that could be used to augment the face to face or or or the the personal response that the census bureau requires to count the number of people yeah it would be good if five the church's got involved too you know a lot of people make their way to church and and you could have some signage and literature up you know schools people you know are are are going to schools that's what you know if if you can get the word where the people are because.

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06:09 min | 1 year ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Paul W. Smith here's Warren Pierce well now we got a war going on in Syria that's for sure and we've been talking to our next guest about it I want to say for at least five or six years one close to half a million five hundred thousand people have been killed Syrians have been killed he is the distinguished professor of Iranian studies at many Anna university John she Chomsky good morning to you and when we look back at twenty nineteen at the big story and I I know you've got all kinds of things that are running through your mind I can't help but remember seeing the vice president Mike pence and the Turkish president here to one agreeing to that five day cease fire in northern Syria when they met and I think it was in Ankara which went into effect at ten o'clock in the morning something like that the deal was I think what preceded by this massive Turkish military operation the United States being criticized for not taking care of the ISIS organization that has helped them and and Syrian Kurds from the people's protection units I think it is our were withdrawing from the so called that safe zone that was established along the Syrian Turkish border what do you make of that story this past year and it's obviously I'm going into twenty twenty and you're absolutely right we agree to that deal will be pulled out and now we are trying desperately to get back in without complaint to retake the bases we abandoned so that story is indeed not clinical weight as you pointed out about ha ha four million people dead around six million people displaced across the world into Europe and will still be slamming state and I'll call you done spreading from Syria across Asia across Africa and you can create your and and the Turkish president it seems to me invision what some sort of the zone that was going to stretch twenty miles inland along that long border that they have yes it was going to be a buffer zone to keep Syrian refugees I'll cook Turkey and to keep our allies the codes from of continuing to bothered to and one of the things that you were looking at John shade was what the the humanitarian crisis along with that Syrian civil war there's been I'm going all all these years it's it's a massive humanitarian crisis is one that has not ended so this is one of these issues are going to compete in the next decade we're going to have the Syrian civil war continue the unfortunate legacy the Syrian civil war is already packed a butcher but I like I thought his life but his allies in line and Russia had become the possible of course to be leased why do they want to be involved well they won't be involved what you want a regional geopolitics competition again Selby Arabia competition against Israel for Russia it's a return to the Middle East we can too warm water ports and and apple spaces along the Mediterranean in in in in the meantime of course there is the issue in our on where you're certainly a distinguished professor in that particular topic curious about their nuclear program as a result of course the president trump pulling out of the agreement that previously had been signed that's another one of these issues that's not going to go away that's would be around for the next decade as well it's generally very difficult could dissuade a concrete to give up nukes with the start down that path the seed now with North Korea we've seen it with India Pakistan other countries only Libya and South Africa Cabrera right best like electric like now had given up nukes of quality so does that mean we the good nuclear deal we had with the Europeans and you won what an attempt to contain at least temporally Horton you launch program of president trump felt a because Oct working so he pulled out a seat hoping to negotiate a better deal ability has blocked but he realized and Iran has we commenced its enrichment program a program so that the shoes back on in center stage and that could create nuclear tensions across the Middle East in the meantime did that agreement that we talked about signed in Ankara which calls for though I guess it's the what why P. G. the the Kurdish yes not to put that put down their arms and and to be collected de do you think they're disarmament has a chance there the the code so that if they give up their guns and they do want and but not only are they fighting for their lives but in a week we are the essence asked putting can abandoning them hi I have sent a message to our side to the Russians to your lawn even to analyze the easy question to see and the company is we have an accomplice how the media two of our strongest allies in the region we shall call consistently to Moscow now this story continues obviously in the twenty twenty and we'll have you read it is yeah go finish your thought jammed the yeah and let's just add as confusing issues Iraq still is not resolved right and I'm gonna stand still listen so does have grading to the team now into the third decade now I'm sure we'll talk about that in the coming new year you have a happy new year as well and we'll talk again soon wonderful happy new year to your listeners and your family and you yeah thanks a lot the distinguished professor of Iranians that he's done it in the ending is adversity John she Chomsky with Warren peers as we add the traffic updates to our Friday morning mix here on.

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02:46 min | 2 years ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"We've got it on Paul W. Smith show lines rewind. here's lions we why St Martin's got the football he's put it up on the T. we're ready to roll we're glad you're with us we do in the National Football League lions Chargers right here from Ford field with downtown Detroit. now this was. this is. what. these these. for the first. football one. I need to. the same job..

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"At merriment is scheduled to close with traffic detoured via middle belt still need to use got her road to access the entrance to the airport I'm John Bailey W. J. R. traffic and weather first of the five. cold front headed our way tonight bringing with it showers and storms ahead of the front today fog this morning otherwise mix of clouds and sunshine today with a stray store possible through the afternoon high eighty three better chance for storms this evening clearing later tonight sixty one mix of clouds and sunshine Wednesday cooler seventy two from the weather channel ideologies can do not to stock seven sixty WJAR for news talk seven sixty W. J. R. I. Decatur. Paul W. Smith show news talk seven sixty W. J. R.. good Tuesday morning to you hope you had a great holiday weekend and you're ready to hit the ground running with us this Tuesday morning third day of the new month of September the two hundred forty six day of twenty nineteen there are one hundred nineteen days left in the year. making each and every day count each day is a gift great to wake up with the team the team the team they cater are W. J. R. news director John Bailey checking the traffic and then we go to the weather we do all that first on the five we've got Brian Morton pressing all the.

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04:06 min | 2 years ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"To the public I had put on my Instagram Paul W. Smith stuff of all the policemen staff about a picture with Brooks and some guys and in depth of the caption simply was Brooks always made us laugh and he did but don't ever forget how serious he was about representing the people of Oakland county and what a good friend he was too many of us whether we were eating dinner at my house or out and about or just run into him he always had a jokey always was smiling he always had a good laugh and he will be missed and he will be laid to rest today he will never be forgotten a Brian Morton put together a little bit of a montage of some of our time with Oakland county executive Brooks Patterson Brooks good morning I am fine I hope you're well listen I hate while I was traveling I got an alert my telephone saying that L. Brooks Patterson him to the bed he will not be running for election in two years I never said that that's the right and I make a lame duck out of my job yeah everything is used for that live with it into and out of no no you're not as well yeah but as a member to do a a I mean I and so forth you tell people of the eighty two hikers up let me go you know fight out easily I know you yeah forty four okay forty four forty four yeah supported by among others when county executive worn it would stand at Detroit mayor Mike Duggan you have some nice things to say about to the job the mayor was doing in Detroit Brooks it up to a great start and I think now he right off the low hanging fruit down I think you're going to make the momentum is there and working overtime to bring in a transportation system to build a new hockey arena and it's been amount of time trying to recruit this I knew where that was going my that was going of all the good work mark was there to what company I got our cackle so welcome to the Oakland county at a park in the market lobby before the speech began eating to tell your service always make a nervous mark at the sound of indoor plumbing it's been no secret you're going to run again that will take me select get reelected up to eight at that point time I think I'll finally conceded yeah okay can still so sad for if you have a wait a minute choose any thoughts in mind and who should take over your job one and I'm I'm one day out of it I think it's going to be about a broken that Mike my guess is that he's so well recognized as a well financed it Michael said will be the standard bearer of the Republican side and on the I want to get under my own power he Laurie carried out at your shield nobody but if you have to be carried out I'll be there with you my frat related break it up by well.

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05:25 min | 2 years ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Paul W. Smith on WJR once again substituting here's Kevin D. S. tiger fans have not had much to cheer about this year when it comes to wins we've had way more losses than wins out at the ballpark but this is a story involving the Detroit Tigers that everybody is going to cheer I'm talking about a program where they do kind of a make a wish program and they are helping out a family the sheer family that I want to introduce you to a match here is a college student who wants to be a broadcaster he's currently an intern with the Detroit Tigers his father is Mike share who I happen to go to college with at Western Michigan University and he was one of my roommates Mike Shearer was diagnosed in February with a LS in the Detroit Tigers are helping him make a wish come true by allowing him to go into the booth tonight for the tiger game and watches son Matt work in the broadcast booth with Dan Dickerson in Jim price it's going to be a magical evening and joining me on the line right now are both Matt and Mike how you doing guys good cabin hello Kevin thank you for having us all I'm so glad that you guys are able to be here this morning with us Matt tell me a little bit about this internship you're doing with the Tigers so for the internship learning from Dan Dickerson Jim price getting good shuttle those guys basically for all lady one home games just learning the ins and outs of the major league broadcast booth and then also get to learn a little bit on the in game entertainment side as well with my boss stand for actor who does a wonderful job you guys see what goes up on the scoreboard in a daily basis a lot of work to get in to see that aspect as well standards a wonderful job with the whole school board department I get to be a part of the broadcast operations on a daily basis as well as being game entertainment side and it's a lot of work but it it's very enjoyable and I agreed experience I know Matt that you want to be a broadcaster when you finish school and I I had the pleasure of listening to you do your work at college actually called a basketball game that my daughter Alexi was plain infer Kalamazoo college against your team that ended up winning that game you were fabulous hi there Mike let's bring you into the conversation you got to be really proud of your son yeah absolutely seven this was when when I found out that Matt became the twenty nineteen radio broadcasts in turn out always very excited for him mad a given me the ultimate get out of life he had to take one year college job and health care for me and then when the Tigers came calling I told the back to back this is a fantastic opportunity that you have to go and do this and I quite honestly didn't wanna leave me but I I told that you can't have thought so each day we talked with will go down there Comerica were under a phone together and after each talk all day and he called me back we talk about the game the what he had done during the game so it is very exciting I'm very proud of my guys I was heartbroken to hear when you're diagnosed with a LS and I know you moved down to Florida in two thousand seventeen and you really haven't been able to get back to Michigan but in in it's a struggle for you to to travel for sure but you made a special trip from Florida to Michigan to be here tonight what is going to happen tonight well tonight I is discuss with the Tigers that my primary reason was to be in the boat a and watch Matt you know doing what he wants loves to do is a great passion for broadcasting so from what I understand he's going to you're going to you will be on the field we're going to take a family picture and then I get to go to the radio and TV broadcasts who meet their needs the guys and as far as going out into the field I told them I said I don't need to do that my main reason for coming out just don't be in the booth and watch that what he loves to do and that's the body well you guys are an incredible family in this is a wonderful thing that the Tigers are going to do this is going to be the third inning tonight when Mike is in the booth with his son Matt watching him pursue his dream thank you guys for joining us today we're thinking of you I appreciate the cabin thanks again and yeah we're very excited about tonight all right you're listening to the Paul W..

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03:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Of the month. Potential backups near the state line were because planned on southbound seventy five near Erie road for about a week starting Wednesday. I'm John Bailey. WJR traffic and weather. First on the fives report is sponsored by Home Depot. The Home Depot is hiring near you for sales associates. Join their team apply today at careers dot homedepot dot com. That's careers dot homedepot dot com. The Home Depot is an equal opportunity, male female veteran, disabled employer early patchy dense fog out there. So careful on the roads, we will see increasing clouds at the low to mid seventies storms will come. Likely tonight overnight, low fifty eight. We got showers and thunderstorms head for Tuesday. I'm mid to upper seventies from the Weather Channel. I'm Jeff beano on NewsTalk seven sixty WJR. For news, talk seven sixty WJR. I'm armenta Leandra. The Paul W Smith show, news, talk seven sixty WJR in this morning for Paul W Smith. Here's Warren, Pierce. I. I. That was prior to yesterday's in the five hundred and with a thought or two on taps, we check in with the retired and US air force expert on the topic spent twenty three years. I think it was with the band in Washington, DC, and is considered the country's foremost expert on military mutual calls. Particularly the call their of taps, Jerry. Yari Villanova always good talking with you that bugler had a little problem there prior to the five hundred. What, what was your take and how he did with taps there? He did an excellent job. You know, it's a very simple bugle call musically speaking. I mean it's just twenty four notes for different notes on view goal, but to perform it under certain conditions. It could be, you know, one of the most heart wrenching experiences and at times, very difficult because you have to be able to sound that call in all types of weather under all kinds of pressure. You know, whether it be a national TV or, you know, in front of a very high dignitaries, but all in all a terrific, terrific performance camps, usually played on a bugle, but I've seen folks use.

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02:13 min | 2 years ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"Westbound from gross back into the I seventy five interchange. Eastbound six six is jammed from Woodward to winter. I'm John Bailey. WJR traffic and weather first on the five. This report is brought to you by the T J Martell foundation. TJ martell. Foundation music's promise for a cure to learn more. Visit T J Martell dot org. That's T J Martell dot org. No problems today. Twenty a dry pavement. Sunshine will be dominating. After a little morning cloud. Sunshine with a few clouds this afternoon. Sixty eight settling back to forty six tomorrow, mostly cloudy with some showers by the afternoon with a high near sixty nine from a Weather Channel meteorologist Ray Stagich on news talk seven sixty jail. Jars world market update is sponsored by mother waddles donate your car to mother waddles helped the worst of the poor call three one three waddles, John. Tokyo closed down London is running up. However. And the Dow futures are looking good. They're up one hundred fourteen for news talk seven sixty WJR. I'm dick Haefner. Paul W Smith show. News talk seven sixty WJR. Good Tuesday morning to you. It's the fourteenth day of may the one hundred thirty four th day of twenty nineteen. There are two hundred thirty one days left in the year. Make each and every day count each day. Is a gift my friends in looks like this one's going to be a pretty nice gift. We're in for a beautiful spring day, lots of sun drying conditions, at least for a while and pushing near seventy before this day is through. That's good news is the dick looks like spring may have arrived to stay depends on when the next. No storm. You know, I I don't get to comment all the time on commercials. One of the things that people say to meet probably say to you from time to time to and I know there are commercials. These days that run the people say, what are you that commercial run,.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"paul w smith" Discussed on WJR 760

"From the two thousand nineteen North American International auto show, if you look at where we are today and the balance sheet, so these supplies. It's nothing like years past. I mean, they're still pretty flush with cash, and you can see that in our utilization rates are way down across the board. And so, you know, I still think everybody's like did they learn anything last time? And I think I think they have I really do along with the twenty nine hundred North American International show chairman Bill. Golly, we had a very good year last year industry sales are very strong, and all of that has really been very good interest rates have some factors. But overall when you look at a traditional it's very low and really hasn't affected payments and things like that both on the lease or the retail side catch Rick divorce, complete PNC roundtable, the wjRcom Paul W Smith. Age of service of PNC Bank. It's. Yeah. The the Tigers last week said said that all their tickets from now on we'll be digital essentially to your phone. We we took a look in the rumblings column at one of the potential knock-on effects of that. Which is the scalpers that you encounter on the street. Your life has been get a whole lot harder. And it might be a business that disappear there the next which is a big part of why they're doing this. Let's face it. All right. You're michael. Thank you so much have a great week. You too, sir. All righty, Mike, Lee. The Crain's Detroit business managing editor brought to you by Varna m- law. Business law experts that are in your corner. Visit Varna m- law dot com. V A R innuendo. Barnum law dot com heading toward six twenty four. Your company.

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Myanmar policeman testifies arrested reporters were set up

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Myanmar policeman testifies arrested reporters were set up

"It's typically used for hunting wildfowl professor paul smith is the director of the oxford museum of natural history surprise was an understatement really metal within cds scanners causes all sorts of problems and so when we found all these lead pellets so first of all the instinct was what's going wrong with the scan but then we suddenly realized they were all the same shape they're all the same size and we extract some pellets and it's a shotgun blast to the back of the head until now historians believed the flightless creature had been kept alive in seventeenth century london tone house and died of disease or illtreatment so this is a pretty big development tests are still going on scientists think they can figure out in which country the lead pellets were made interest in the dodo at least in the oxford dodo remains very much alive jonathan savage reporting now if you missed any of the week's events in what catch up don't forget podcast the world this week shows come in the global news podcast the mayor of bishkek says he's been going round the fifty wearing old clothes in a bid to see what's actually going on there the politician who came up with a creative way to find out what his subjects really think a policeman has told the court in myanmar that his bosses ordered him to frame to journalists investigating alleged army abuses against ranjha muslims while lana enjoy so ooh who worked for the reuters news agency are being in prison in myanmar for five months they say they've been targeted for reporting on the treatment of the hinges which the un and us have called ethnic cleansing a charge myanmar denies our correspondent nick beak spoke to julian marshall from outside the court in youngun weaken weak out for the past four months these two journalists have been brought to court protesting their innocence saying really their only crime is that of doing their job and so we're expecting this police captain million nine to give evidence he was supposed to be a witness for the prosecution but when he stood up and started to speak he said that he'd in fact been instructed to set up the reuters pat he said.

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