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"perdue" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"She's followed their success. Their knowledge she stood upon the shoulders of giants like we all have so msci before we go on like your opinion on that like. What are your thoughts on that. Success leaves clues that we all stand up on the shoulders of giants. How have you seen that specifically in your life well. I'm certainly standing on the shoulders of of my late father because he impressed me the importance of human relations. And you know an interesting thing both my late father who employed twenty thousand people my late husband frank purdue also employed twenty thousand people in both started with no employees through their companies. And both of them if you had ask them which i did. What's the secret of your success. Both of them said it's the employees at every level and allow me to share a story that kind of illustrate at least my father's case what it takes to inspire people to go the please do. Thank you okay. Father told me that when he i would take over hotel and he started during the great depression. When there is twenty five percent unemployment the hotels that he would take over. Were always wants. It were teetering on bankruptcy. The ones where you could buy hotel for pennies on the dollar because everybody was getting out of real estate and hotels as fast as they could well he said when he takeover hotel hidden fight every single person who work at the hotel to come into the hotel's ballroom and he said that he knew ahead of time that everybody in his audience would be totally demoralized. Afraid they're afraid they're gonna lose their job and if you lose your job during the great depression you're not gonna get another. That met the breadline and so because he had studied enough human relations. I think possibly to have a better understanding of what makes people tick than any. This competitor is dead. He told me the first words out of his mouth were always to his audience when he's addressing them in meeting them for the first time. The first words out of his mouth were always. I want you to keep your job and the reason. I want you to keep your job. Is i know that you know your job better than anybody else in the whole world and my job this grand enterprise is to give you the resources and the encouragement to show the world. Just how great you are and you'll see in the next few months. This hotel is gonna turn around is going to be the most successful the most financially stable hotel the whole city and even better. We're going to be an example to every other company. The darkest things are that things can turn around. And so you know. He told me that part of his reason for taking that approach was he said. People have a compulsion to live up to or down to your expectations and he wanted to show them that he believed in them but that wasn't enough to spy itself. He said the next day the employees would see just dozens of work people like decorators or plumbers and electricians and that i'll be coming to refurbish the hotel which you need to have a hotel us on the verge of bankruptcy but the important part you told me of having these people come in to refurbish the tell is that they never went first to the areas..
Timeless Secrets of Success With Mitzi Perdue
"Mitzi say what's up to fire nation and what is something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with pretty much my life. I've heard people saying you know you really balancing your life. Don't be working hollick. While i couldn't disagree more i i love both in my late husband. Who was frank. Purdue founder of a company that employed twenty thousand people at the time of his death okay. He was somebody who i wouldn't describe as having a balanced life and my life father. I think he was a workaholic. As well and i kind of think that workaholic is what gets you to to the crate rewards and satisfaction in life. It's kinda hard to change the world or even have a massive impact on the world fire nation if you're not willing to put in the work and hate when we say the word work. What if you're doing something you love every day. How else do you really want to be spending your time and listen to a fantastic interview about walt disney right now and hearing his inspiration how he lived his life till the very end doing what he loved. I mean it's inspiring and we're talking today with mitzi about timeless secrets of success. And i wanna talk about success secrets with you mitzi. Because you're gonna share with us. Some of the success secrets that built the sheraton hotel chain. Break that down for us all right. My my late father was the founder of the well he was co founder along with my of the sheraton hotel chain us also president and speaking of of work life balance. Actually i do think he got kind of right but he was. He was as much workaholic. Is as you can imagine because as you pointed out it's possible not work in your life. If you just love what you're doing and i think that he really loved what he was doing
US Democrat Senate Wins Push Stocks Higher
"Afternoon. The associated press reported democrat. Jon ossoff was the winner of the second georgia's senate runoff election defeating incumbent. Republican david perdue democrat rafael. Warnock was called as the victor of the senate race against incumbent. Republican kelly leffler. This gave democrats a very narrow majority in the chamber. When considering vice president-elect kamla harris's ability to cast tie-breaking votes financial materials and energy stocks extended gains as prospects amid the democratic sweep given suctions that a unified democratic government would advance more virus relief stimulus and increase infrastructure spending our us economics have indicated that a democratic senate would likely lead to another large fiscal stimulus package possibly including some priorities of the new administration such as infrastructure deutchebanks. Economists said in a note wednesday. They see this as a material up signed to their gdp forecast which they currently see rising four point three percent q over q four in two thousand and twenty one
Democrats to take Senate as Ossoff wins runoff
"Democrats said to take over control of the U. S. Senate. After the results of two runoff races, Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff's became the second of his party to be elected to the U. S Senate from his state in the single day. It is with humility that I thank the people of Georgia for electing me to serve you in the United States Senate Thank you for the confidence and trust. You have placed in me. Ausaf defeated Republican incumbent David Perdue. Earlier Wednesday morning, Democrat Raphael Warnock beat Republican incumbent Kelly Leffler. The Senate will now be split with an equal number of Democrats and Republicans. With the incoming Democratic Vice president Kamala Harris able to break ties in Atlanta. Evan
Ossoff Wins Georgia Race, Giving Democrats Control of Senate
"Democrats will effectively control both chambers of congress as well as the white house is npr's barbara front reports georgia's senate candidate. John ossoff has won his runoff election. Ossoff's victory cements democratic control in the federal government for the first time in a decade. He defeated incumbent republican. David perdue an ally of president trump the incoming senate is now split evenly fifty fifty between the democratic caucus and republicans as vice president. Kamala harris will be able to cast tie-breaking votes. Ossoff win means democrats will have the power to hold hearings and bring democratic legislation to the floor. Also the first jewish senator from georgia and the youngest sitting senator at age thirty
Against the odds, Georgia Democrats make history with Senate runoffs
"Is going to send to historic senators to Washington. ABC News is projecting John. Also the winter on the run off against Republican incumbent David Perdue is going to be the state's first Jewish senator in the nation's youngest senator since Joe Biden. The Reverend Raphael Warnock will be George's first black U. S. Senator,
Democrats take control of Senate, for the first time in a decade, after victories in Georgia runoff elections
"The results are in for the second senate runoff race in georgia. The associated press has declared democrat. Jon ossoff the winner in a tight race against republican david perdue. His victory comes after democrat. Raphael warnock won his challenge to incumbent republican kelly. Leffler their victories mean. Democrats will now have control of the us senate and congress for the first time in a
AP VoteCast: How Democrats won the Georgia Senate runoffs
"The second Democrat running for the U. S. Senate from Georgia has been declared the winner of his race although both are still being counted journalist Jon Ossoff held a lead of slightly more than half a percent with no path left for incumbent David Perdue to regain the lead at thirty three years old Ossoff will be the youngest sitting U. S. senator and the first Jewish person to serve from Georgia running on a platform of fairness and inclusion I'll be for you in the U. S. Senate I will serve all the people of the state Reverend Raphael Warnock also ousted incumbent Kelly Leffler for the other Senate seat which gives Democrats now the majority in the Senate an AP vote cast survey finds black voters young voters and new arrivals to Georgia are behind the flipped from red to blue I'm Jackie Quinn
Ossoff-Perdue Senate race is too early to call
"Senate race between the Republican incumbent David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff's In the other race, Raphael Warnock will become the first black senator from Georgia. He defeated the incumbent Republican Kelly Leffler, parents poured into mid deep sense of a work ethic, but it took good public policy. Along with personal responsibility to get me here. That American promise is alive and well. California is so
Warnock projected to win Georgia Senate seat
"Jared, the president elect says it appears Democrats will take back the Senate, though the final tally isn't in yet. And a pair of Georgia one offs. Fox is Evan Brown is live in Atlanta. At least the counting of whatever ballots are left to be counted on or counting is on and the state waits to receive as many as 17,000 ballots from the deployed military members. Even. Still, it's not expected to change the results of Raphael Warnock vs Kelly Leffler, where Fox News already projected Warnock would defeat Leffler and flip the Senate seat Blue. As for the other race between John Ourself and David Perdue, it might yet still proved decisive One way or another. Georgia's secretary of state's office, however, says neither race will finish within a half a percentage point. The legal benchmark for authorizing recounts
Tyler Perry’s absentee ballot never showed up, so he flew to Atlanta to vote
"Tyler perry wanted to vote in yesterday's runoff so bad that he hopped on a jet and flew all the way to georgia in person to cast his ballot because his absentee ballot never showed up after no door to senate candidate received fifty percent of the vo in november. The racist runoffs. If you aren't aware tyler said he waited and waited for more than a month for his. Absentee ballot never came so he was in jackson hole. Wyoming hopped on. His private jet flew to georgia. He was there yesterday. The election The latest on the election. Reverend raphael warnock the senior pastor of that big ebeneezer baptist. Church in atlanta will officially be the first black senator from georgia. Cnn projected that early this morning. He is the first georgia democrat to the senate in twenty years. Now control of the senate comes down to republican david perdue who still trailing in his fight to keep his seat against democrat. Jon ossoff and this is big because democ democrats excuse me will control the senate if ossoff wins if purdue wins republicans will maintain control and able to block. President elect biden's cabinet appointments judicial picks and legislative agenda. So we're still waiting on those
Atlanta church leader Raphael Warnock projected winner of Georgia Senate race
"Georgia goes, so goes control of Congress. And Georgia has gone half blue Democrat Raphael Warnock is projected as the winner over incumbent Kelly Leffler. I am going to the Senate to work for all of Georgia, no concession from Leffler. This is a game of inches. We're gonna win this election. We're gonna save this country's. That's right. That's right. In the other Senate runoff Democrat Jon Ossoff's claims victory over incumbent Republican David Perdue. But that race is still considered too close to call. It is with humility. That I think the people of Georgia for electing me to serve you in the United States Senate Thank you for the confidence and trust that you have placed in me. That is also after
Democrats pick up at least one Senate seat with Warnock's historic victory
"ABC News rejects Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock will defeat Republican incumbent Senator Kelly Leffler and one of George's to Senate runoff elections. In a victory speech, Warnock acknowledged his historic role as Georgia's first black elected senator. The improbable journey that led me to this place in this historic moment in America. Could only happen here. But his opponent, a staunch ally of President Trump, not giving in. We have a path to victory, and we're staying on it. I thea other race between Democrat Jon Ossoff's and Republican David Perdue remains too close to call separated by just a couple 1000 votes. Democrats need to win both seats to
Congress certifies Electoral College votes
"Rafael wore not as defeated incumbent. Republican senator kelly leffler in georgia according to associated press projections. He became the first black man as a georgia. Us senator and the first democrat to the senate from georgia in twenty years. So i come before you tonight is a man knows that the improbable journey. That led me to this place in this historic moment in america could only happened here. We were told that we couldn't win this election. But tonight we grew that with whole hard work and the people by our side anything is possible in the other runoff. It's too close to call as of early wednesday morning but democratic challenger jon ossoff who was trailing much of the night has now surged ahead of republican incumbent. Senator david perdue by more than eighty five hundred votes. Thanks to batches of votes from democrat heavy. Dekalb county and most uncounted votes remain in democratic strongholds in the metro atlanta area. If all solve also wins there would be a fifty fifty split of republicans and democrats in the senate that would effectively give democrats control of the senate. Democratic vice president elect comma. Harris would break the tie. Democrats would then control the white house the house and the senate in the upcoming year.
Atlanta church leader Raphael Warnock wins Senate seat for Democrats
"The Georgia Senate runoff election and Atlanta church leaders being projected as the winner of a hotly contested Senate runoff election in Georgia. Raphael Warnock is the reverend of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, where Martin Luther King Jr once pastored. He beat out Republican Senator Kelly Leffler. He had this to say last night whether you voted for me. We're not No. This I hear you. I see you and every day I'm in the United States. I will fight for you. The 51 year Old Warner graduated from Morehouse College with a degree in psychology in 1991 and went on to her in a master of divinity degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He's never held public office and would be Georgia's first black senator in Washington. Still up in the air is the race between Democrat John also and Republican David Perdue. The two runoff races in Georgia gained national attention because their outcomes Determine which party controls sent by marking it, Dear. We
"perdue" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The guy Benson show earlier in the program. We were joined by Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue. He's also the former governor of Georgia. And the cousin of David Perdue, the U. S senator who is up for re election today. In that run off race alongside Kelly Leffler with so much on the line, Sonny Perdue is the chief executive of that state for years. He knows it extremely well. He was part of my chat with Secretary Purdue about the race, the implications the state of Georgia and his cousin. There's all the big nationwide implications, but I want to narrow it very, very down to a personal level for you. Because David Perdue, one of the senators who is up for election here today, he's your cousin. You've known each other your whole lives. He went to business route you were. You were in politics there sooner than he was, and he's in really the political fight of his life. Talk about your relationship with Senator Purdue and what you've seen up close and personal with David Perdue over the course of decades. I'd like to do. I'd like to do that, because sometimes so much gets lost in all these TV ads back and forth, so I can tell you personally, Our fathers were brothers. We grew up in Middle Georgia with a large extended family and sort of a never quit whatever it takes kind of attitude are our fathers expected a lot and David. I grew up in that same expected the culture there. And where you were 34 years apart, played together cousins, My father farm that David's dad went into education, the superintendent of education for the local county And, uh, but he'd come out on the summers and we work together. We play together, played sports, and David took the corporate round. I took the small business route and he was very successful Leave find winding up his career as a CEO. Dollar general understands people in that way, understands policy. I understand that people won't government the work so He retired from dollar general came back to Georgia. He and Bonnie had a very comfortable life. Remember him coming to me in 2012 really concerned about the future of our country? And when Senator Saxby Chambliss decided not to run, he came and said, Sonny, we've gotta you gotta you gotta go do this. I said, Well, David, I've already done this and you need to go home. Look in the mirror. And he and they did s so it was a real call the public service. They had a very comfortable life in retirement. And yet David is there for the right reason He didn't need the job and the good thing about it. He's the same person that was six years ago. Washington hasn't changed him is the same character convictions and courage even against leadership when he thinks they're wrong. He had six years ago. Did you have any reluctance to counsel him to run for office? Because it's a rough business. As you know, sometimes politics ain't beanbag. Georgia politics can be very tough. And you know you've gone through that. And then your cousin now over the last few months is really experienced it It seems like every third commercial all over the state of Georgia is talking about what a rotten crook he is. Well, I warned him of all of that. Certainly, And he obviously no one could ever foresee these kind of run offs here in Georgia with the future of our country at stake, But the fact is, that's what I like even more about his candidacy. I told people all over Georgia Be supporting him, even if we weren't related. He was not my cousin because he's got kind of business policy analysts that analysis that didn't we need in Senate.
Georgia's Ossoff-Perdue Senate race is too early to call
"In Georgia, with one winner now projected another race still too close to call very latest this morning In an update from ABC News, the Democrats stand to go two for two and run off elections and Georgia that will determine control of the U. S. Senate. Democrat Raphael Warnock is the ABC News projected winner and one run off. No winner declared in the other with Democrat Jon Ossoff's with a small lead that would allow for recounts. Something clear has happened. The fact that we're even talking about Democrats even in the running, possibly winning is a major shift in this state where, if you had asked me two years ago, I would have told you that right off the bat before even knowing the candidates that neither Democrat had a chance. BBC's devotion Some E Congress meets today,
Warnock makes history with Senate win as Dems near majority
"Democrat Raphael Warnock won one of Georgia's two Senate run off but his opponent Republican Kelli Leffler is not conceding meanwhile the other races too close to call revenue more not becomes the first black senator in Georgia's history and puts the Senate majority within the democratic party's reach the improbable journey that led me to this place in this historic moment in America could only happen here we were told that we couldn't win the selection Leffler tells supporters this is a game of inches and she's going to win we're going to make sure every vote is counted every that's right John also if wins the other run off Democrats flip control of the Senate if David Perdue wins the Republicans keep it I'm Julie Walker
How outcome of Georgia Senate runoffs could affect Biden's agenda
"Begin in Georgia, where results from the Senate runoff elections are continuing to come in. Democrats are set to claim another seat with Raphael Warnock projected to defeat Republican Kelly Leffler. Warnock addressed his supporters overnight. We prove that with hope Hard work and the people by our side. Anything is possible. With 98% of precincts reporting, Warnock has claimed 50.6% of the vote. But Lefler has yet to concede. This is a game of inches. We're gonna win this election. We're gonna save this country. War Knocks. Victory ends more than 30 year losing streak for Democrats in statewide run offs It also leaves control of the Senate. Up to the state's other runoff between Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Also off the contest remains tight, with all soft ahead by about 13,000 votes. Gabriel Sterling is Georgia's voting system implementation manager. There's a potential where some of these elections could be within a half a point, So the second place finisher will have the opportunity to potentially ask for a recount again. So I've currently has 50.1% of the vote. Well, Purdue, is it 49.9%. Some absentee votes have yet to be counted. And as many as 17,000 military and overseas ballots are due by Friday. President Elect Joe Biden's agenda hinges on the outcome. Jeannie's A No, is a Bloomberg News contributor and professor of political science at Iona College. All the things that you know Biden has talked about wanting to do. I'm not suggesting he'd be able to do all of them, but certainly you two have a lot better shot. If you have a Chuck Schumer controlling that gavel versus a Mitch McConnell. But even if Democrats do take the Senate, the majority remains small. More on that from Bloomberg News contributor and former McCain campaign manager Rick Davis. Just because you have the majority and you can set the agenda doesn't mean you get your gender past and their big, close sentence, close houses. It's only a 10 vote margin in the House of Representatives that Speaker Pelosi has so any given issue is going to have defections with levelers loss, Republicans must hold on to produce Senate seat to keep their hold on the chamber, though it may take days to determine the final outcome of that race.
Georgia tallies votes as US Senate control hangs in balance
"It's been a very tight race in Georgia Senate runoff elections with the vote count still not finalized this is history unfolding in Georgia Senate candidate Democrat Jon Ossoff Tuesday hopeful he and Reverend Raphael Warnock could flip the Georgia Senate seats from Republican to Democrat giving president elect Joe Biden a same party Congress Georgia election official Gabriel sterling says it could go either way large blue sections around the cities and lots and lots of little red sections and the rest of the state at a GOP rally the state party chairman says normally the results would have been in Tuesday night you wait for the ballots to be counted but I will tell you this that other than the good lord above we are trusting no one president trump urged Republicans to make sure to vote for incumbents Kelli Leffler and David Perdue I'm Jackie Quinn
"perdue" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Getting smarter in there saying you know what the customers look i want. I want my staff to look like the people were serving show. Diversity equity inclusion helps the bottom line so your guide reaching common ground. It really is a practical guide. It has so many different theories of personality types and checklists checklist so it is to me For someone who is or an entity or group that is right on the verge of saying. I think mediation might be for me. Let me read this. And then i'll. I'll be able to decide whether it is cracked. But i want to ask you a couple questions about the implications mediation. I don't know how well the system as it is now works but isn't a of it that there is a public declaration of this company. Did wrong and the courts have found that you have violated the civil rights of this person and therefore the world knows your dave justice. Your day in the sun is granted. Maybe it doesn't work out perfectly far from perfectly but isn't that a strength of the courts and with mediation might we be rushing some of the public shaming aspects of the law. As written under the table mike. I think we need both i. I have a colleague of mine. Who worked for polaroid and she. She put together some wonderful programs at polaroid and she said that you when she said to me she said you are necessary for the system to work because unless employers understand that there are people out there like you who will take on these cases who take on these causes because they believe people in the workplace should be treated. Well they should be valued they should be esteemed and when things don't work out. They should be treated fairly as they exit the company but the idea is treat people fairly so she said it's because of you because of the frat of getting a letter from golder that the employers are much more amenable to getting his cases resolved without litigation. So that was kind of kind of reason why we do need the court system. We do need trials and we need them so that employers will realize the way forward is to treat. People decently and to disregard the color of their skin their gender their religion national origin in learn to work together for common purpose for common goal. Whatever your prescription for society aren't you to some extent writing against your own self interest. Yes it's sort of like dentists to advocate for fluoridation in water. Yes i am but remember mike. My whole thing was to try to make a better world. The worst thing you can do really is to waste. Talent in what this country has done is wasted talent. People with dark skin have not been given opportunities that that should have and we all lose for that the same thing about women women with denigrated for years and now companies and others starting to realize that while women are different than men they add value to our country as society and we need everybody. If the pandemic has taught us one thing everybody counts. If it wasn't for the farmworkers picking a the vegetables and fruits in the farmers. Where would we be so everybody counts. Everybody matters frederick. Golder is a long time labor lawyer. He is also a mediator and labor arbitrator in addition to his previous work on civil rights. A guide to worker's rights. He is out now with reaching common. Ground the comprehensive guide to conflict resolution. Thank you fred. Thank you for having me mike. If the holiday season feels like it's been a long time coming make it worth the wait. Send the perfect gift. Send yourself something special and bring families together for delicious omaha. Steaks holiday feast right now. My freezer is stock. Full of omaha steaks almost fault. I've eaten a couple of steaks and let me tell you of the franks their plump. They're juicy they're delicious. I could not speak more highly of the omaha steak house experience. 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He's terrible on the environment is also from what you hear. Pretty mean not well liked within the republican caucus but never mind that he just a bad senator. I would not vote for him. I advise you not to if you live in georgia. But that doesn't mean that every allegation against him is true and if we are going to be fair consistent and journalistic and we are meaning. I'm dragging along for this one. We should not make up silly charges. Engaging insinuation not backed up by facts. Because you wouldn't want it done to your preferred candidate. So here is maybe that guy. John off who is running against purdue in georgia.
"perdue" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"I will however revisit. One incident in trump's passed in this remembrance of things trump let us review trump's diplomacy with north korea. He met kim jong un. In singapore in two thousand eighteen. The first time a us president had ever met with the north korean leader. The meeting was set in march canceled today and it actually happened. In june in february of the next year the two men met in hanoi but that meeting was somewhat of a disaster no agreement came of it and it ended rather early and then in june of two thousand nine hundred. Donald trump did become the first president to set foot through the dmz and into north korea. Which was well. it was something. And what was the biggest notable brouhaha. It was over-challenged coins. Remember these the commemorative chachis and the trump kim summit challenge coin featured profiles of both leaders. The depiction of the squat. Kim jong un semi-official piece of new monastic flew via it. Caused consternation among republicans and democrats alike as far as what actually happened well. Donald trump made this promise in the end at a workout. Can't tell you exactly how or why but it always does. It's gonna work out. Didn't has it. The latest developments six months ago north korea blew up. The joint liaison office used for talks between it and south korea. The latest sign that relations between the two countries are terrible. According to cnn north korea framed its decision to destroy the liaison office tori measure after a group of defectors use balloons to send anti north korean leaflets. North of the dmz come to think about those little coins are probably the most meaningful thing to come out of the entirety of the trump administration's north korean diplomatic efforts and this has been remembrance of trump on the show. Today should be all about one thing of one of the georgia senate races. That has been sticking my craw a little bit but i i talked to a longtime workers rights lawyer who has written a book about mediation because fred golder has realized the only way to really get anywhere is to have both sides. Sit down and work it out. How did you that. Well he's here to tell us. Frederick t golder author of reaching common ground a comprehensive guide to conflict resolution. Up next a new home that fits your family's needs can be tricky room to spread out space to gather and a place to get away from it all and buy it all. I mean them all. You know who i'm talking about. Luckily when you need a mortgage that fits your family's needs a great place to look is rocket mortgage among their services. Let's say you want to see a different down. Payment affects your monthly payment. They got you can see your loan options. We can adjust payments and closing costs online in real time very helpful. 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Sometimes the coffers at their company sometimes the employer just doesn't want to give them anything and under the law they don't have to. Severance is a large topic. That i think a lot of american workers are either ignorant of or become aware of only when it's too late. Bullets spin it out from there in this discussion. Because i'm joined by frederick t golder. Who's a mediator in labor arbitrator for years and an adjunct professor of law at university of massachusetts school of law. And he's written a new book called reaching common ground about conflict resolution because with all the sturm and drawing of the economy and covert there is in arguably a rise in conflict. People at each other's throats and golders been thinking about this in his professional capacity for years and years fred. Welcome to the gist. Well thank you. It's great to be here show. Let me let me just give you a little background all right. I was an still an advocate for work. As i have been for years in for more than thirty years. I resented workers in tried cases. I tried over two hundred cases in my career as a trial lawyer. And i realized somewhere down the road that there has to be a better way to do this. The workers were suffering the employers. Weren't benefiting either from all of these lawsuits in all these trials in the bottom line was the workers were suffering as well so nobody was benefiting except really the lawyers who represented the employers a fortune of money. Defending these lawsuits. While the employer's were losing sometimes very valuable workers so you weren't benefiting for the workers not generally because most of the time and i realize it now more than i did then most of the time the workers did not prevail in that lawsuits. And it wasn't that. I wasn't competent as it trying lawyer. It turned out that most of my colleagues who represented workers lost that cases for a variety of reasons. First of all. When i started practicing law most of the judges were had light skin and most of them were men. Show here we are here. We have a situation that the people who who were really at the elite the male judges who were essentially given all the benefits of the day. They had the power show people for example who women would netted women with different. I tried to of the first sexual harassment cases in the commonwealth of massachusetts and interestingly enough. They didn't even have a word for it when i tried my first gaze so what year. What year was this would say. Back in the early nineteen seventies. So were were their laws on the books. That disallowed discrimination based on sex or gender or were you kind of having to try to even convince someone that that shouldn't be allowed rather than being able to point to a law. This was a very very recent law that was passed the first law in one thousand nine hundred sixty three dealt with equal pay act show law was designed to make sure that men and women would pay the same but of course the way the has got around that was they gave men different titles to women even of women were performing sometimes even more work than the men that gave them titles in that way. They could do their thing. Women were discriminated debts in one thousand nine hundred sixty four civil rights act of one thousand nine hundred sixty four provided civil rights for women for people of color religion that was the civil rights act in an interesting history to that the seven democrats would completely opposed to the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four. They didn't want so they said i know how we're going to defeat this with an ad a protected class women and because they put in women they thought they were going to be able to defeat the because right it was.
"perdue" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode
"Asked and it. It's a mindset of abundance of that have care for yourself and belief in yourself to ask for what you want and i agree with you. That is an excellent book. I recently had mark on the show and we talked about that book and it is really powerful and at first. I'm kind of like. Oh i'm really curious about what this book is going to contain when it's simply called ask but it was well worth the read so thanks for that recommendation. Are there any apps. Mitzi that you could recommend that can help with mindfulness. I should explore that. Because let me think if there's any of us right now now that they're not going to work on. Okay i can. I turn it around in a recommendation. Of course well an app. That i use a lot is insight timer. It site timers a wonderful app and it has all kinds of people on there who meditate. And who can teach meditation and i have some meditations on their myself and it's a free app but you can. There's also a paid That you can do if you want to. But it's a wonderful app. I think so. That would be my recommendation. Would you say the name. What's for insight. I n s i. H t insight timer. It's a great app well as soon as as soon as we say goodbye to each other. I'm going to go for it all good. That's great well. Thank you so much for being on the show and telling us about your new book. It's an excellent book and so mindful tribe. I really encourage you to get your hands on how to be up in down times and mitzi we've talked so much about these different topics human trafficking and so on and i know that your website is mitzi perdue dot com. mit's said. i. And i say that. Because i'm in canada so i'll try that again for those of you who aren't m. I t. z. Y. p. e. r. d. u. e. dot com so mitzi. Thanks so much for being on the show and sharing all of your wisdom and expertise that you've shared with us today. Been pure joy i loved every second of it thank you thanks so much bye.
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"Mindfulness mode it's immoral to be discouraged by the magnitude of the problem. The good that we can do we must still. And if i can't do this then i must do it. Welcome to mindfulness mode. This is bruce. It's so good to have you here. I absolutely love today's guest. I think you are going to love her as well. She offers so much for us as we move through this pandemic so many ideas tips thoughts and just listening to the episode. I think will lift you up so sit back. Relax enjoy today's episode. Reach new heights of calm. Focus and happiness right here in mindfulness mode with me your host and mindfulness life coach. Bruce langford a mindful tribe. We talk about mindfulness but we also talk about the science behind it. We talk about health. We talk about so many aspects that are connected to mindfulness. And i have a very very interesting guests today that i'm so excited to share with you because she's a health writer she's a science writer. She is done so many things in areas that are connected to mindfulness and she's recently written a book called how to be up in down times and she's written that with a couple of co writers. We'll talk about that later. But i'm so excited to have mitzi purdue with me today mitzi are you in mindfulness mode today yes.
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"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"And. I said well, thank you Ma'am appreciate that and so I went on a gave her copy my book just pick for that. and. Thank her for it. Will Win for about a week. Later, they organ, the one organized that event sent me an email from that woman. That I spoke to and basically I don't remember the email but basically, it said she was told she had six months to live. In. Her being at the event in hearing, me was going to help her except that more into Basically based on one thing I tell people is you know typically beloved him a why you can't now don't let it be something hanging when you pass whenever something happens. So and so she she was telling them that the. Me Is going to help her deal with this situation than the. Can you imagine while I'm here I am talking Tim to suicide, but he imagine you know of course now I got a better. Outlook in life and better mindset now. Than I was during that time but can you know when you you're you're not wanting to Dan? You hear you had six months to live. That's gotta be tough yeah. Yeah the I don't know how I would handle that. Yunan. So many people do those are heroes that are hidden. And strength that people find in adversity and overcoming it. That's what it's all about. And Just hearing your story and. Knowing other people go through different types of adversity. It helps a lot of people and the first time you hear somebody say. You have helped me. Caved my heart. It's like that's all I need. Man I. I don't need anything else. I'll continue down this path and it's a rough path doing podcasting and speaking and. Trying to help others through your own experiences. It's it's a challenge.
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"I wouldn't breathe in and said, they didn't know CPR. So they were slamming the face and they call you know paramedics come nine, one one and they told them. Ten more minutes probably would have been dead. So he's Russia. Did Hospital put me in a hyperbaric chamber to force all the carbon monoxide out and the body in the auction into the body, and then I was in hospital like seven weeks. and. Then I, tell people this as A. Trying to ease the tension of when I tell the stories Attempt suicide and you live they make you see a psychiatrist. And so that gentlemen there was a blessing for me that he's one recommend that I have a story I need to write book I need to get out and speak, and so I've been out you know trying to public speaking to get message out to provide encouragement for someone and I feel this is my purpose in life. Now we're at allow my purpose lost my hope. For the during a suicide attempt but believe now put story out try to help other people. And then the mayor I think I think this has been A. Good thing overall now. Yeah you know. Once we go through experiences changes in our core. We recognize is that we can turn that around and we can try to change the world with that. It helps us make those changes even if there little baby steps because a lot of my change, it's come from little tiny changes. I could never of imagined I would be here. When I look way back where I was. That's the thing Mike Counselor said, you know maybe you can help change and advocate. I had no clue how to do that. I had no clue about podcasting owner social media and I was still very angry when I started doing this sort of stuff. But. Just talking getting your story out letting other people understand how you actually feel. It has helped me it saved my life and the people I've met because podcasting. It's changed who I am and it's definitely given me a new direction with new hope..
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"I lost my Home A. Had A wife and all I had was van we were living in Arizona. A hot desert climate. You know I just had nowhere else to turn. And that's the moment we were putting our stuff in the storage shed because. We were doing homeless. And that's the moment at popped for me and had my F-. You fight with God right out in the middle of the parking lot. You, know I really had a mental breakdown where I really. Didn't know what to say do and all I could do as. Few you know. and. My wife was wondering, who are you talking to? The mind will really torment one's. Self. And that is a horrific filling go through when we're wanting to kill the most precious thing on. This earth is our life. How did you get over it? Ending. You're correct Wendy lose a that sense of hope. In everything. Then that's that's that's when. It's windy. Start going down at rabbit hole. Isn't it? So yeah. Yeah. What is what had happened was me is I attempted suicide three times in three days. And I wrote a book.
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"There's a they do fundraising all year round. They don't have the government red tape on on that. So they're able to give the dogs out for free for people that. Qualify for him. That's great and now if I read, right, they train those dogs in prison. Some dogs go from their organization. Some of their dogs go into the prison system to be used in my mind Ricardo, he was actually in a Mississippi prison system with this one gentleman that they do partial training. The ones for you know to sit or shake when to go to the bathroom. Still you know I'm assuming as though those types of training whereas when he left the prison system from that gentleman. That he went to Orlando Ricardo did and there I think they gave the final training where he picks things up off the floor to give to me or he may learn to. Turn lights off in own Poona drawer open close the door. So I'm sure they do the basic training in the prison system and again, not all dogs from the organization goes into the prison system. But when. We had our graduation there nine or ten of us are getting canines and mindy ghosts had dogs but the end either leader will trained they're more than just dogs Probably, about half of them was at a regular household getting their training where the other half had been in a prison system, a two of them were into Florida prison system miles in Mississippi, and I can't remember where another one was but about half. To. For. My for my viewpoint again from graduation, it was about a half. In and out that's awesome that they're doing that. So now you were a teacher or are you still a teacher? Was I've been outta teaching allows teacher and a coach of lobbying outlet for. Ten, twelve years now. So Same thing about it is life comes in seemed like were you doing whale and everything life comes in and kicks into t sometimes and I'd Gotten Itin suicide. And we tip suicide year coordinator school system your you're incompetent to be in the classroom. So. Instead of trying to help out, they tried to fire you and so I of course. I. Knew then when survived I just went on resigned before. The other thing but day what had happened is I got bit by on Brown recluse on the bottom of foot and didn't know into there's a sewer to seismic tennis ball and the head to go in and Cut. All. That did tissue out and let new tissue growth over that where the bite was and so they told me not to stand on my foot or anything because he's GonNa break the new tissue trying to grow. After six months, not staying I used to be able to got strong Navarro's able to stand transfer to transfer to get into bed transfer to get out of bed to get into be hickel get.
"perdue" Discussed on Dead America
"Sores while you laying there one day I was stared at the floor and I heard the door open a two guys come in and talk with me and told me they were from the college from where the got hurt injured and so after we got done talking now here's the only reason I. think it may have been him when they both. Her door shut. But then I heard the door open and heard someone say I'm sorry man and then the door shut. Well. That's that's a good thing when and if it was him. He realizes what he had done. Yeah. I really pray that. That's not the case that they're bragging like that either. When when somebody loses their life basically over? Nonsense that's just crazy going through that. I could never imagine living that long in your circumstance. How often do you have to move intern and do you have to have assistance with that? When Got Injured and they did all the tests. did X rays and then they did a monogram to check the spinal cord and they I told me that I would never walk again possibly not move from a nick down and actually the doctors advised my family, which then was my mom and brothers that. I would be too much of a burden for them to provide care and they need to just put them in a nursing on. Their again, when a laying on the ground of thinking jt, they could have bad in nineteen raid in Arizona and here is a doctor confining what? You know my my mom and brothers Oughta do and thankfully they didn't listen and listen and we were all hard headed and everything like that and so I got can move my arms I do push wheelchair can drive on vehicle getting out of bed shower and stuff like that but I do need some assistance sometimes. Addressed sometimes or to get into bed sometimes but they're you know it's not all the time and it's A. You Know Nice people that can that can help happy nate it but they wanna I got hurt. It didn't look too promising and Actually they didn't give me a real long time to they thought maybe I would live like fifteen twenty years. I, guess that was the going rate back then. Now, it's been thirty SNOOTY thirty seven years. That we're moving on in. My doctor tells me of course, my doctor tells me to quit saying is he didn't really say but I tell people doctor says other being overweight and Kate woke I'm ingratiate. Well I. Find that interesting that fact that you stated the doctors tried to tell your family to put you in a nursing home. I was on a show and she said the same thing it happened to her she has cerebral palsy. That's interesting..
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"I. Tried three times to get up. So. I lifted my head. A cuss when I heard a pop I thought my right collarbone broken and I was one of them was in fact invincible all the time and so this guy here he was jumping up and down he tackled me and whatnot and I said you. Got Tapping you I'll show you because I figured out was left handed and I thought the right collarbone was broken nose left handed. Guy. Left. Handed and so I lift it up and nothing followed. No shoulders in follow the arms. Legs deadly didn't move. So I lay there and tried to Segi time to get up. And then I actually tried a third time thing three's a charm. And three wasn't a charm and I knew instantly I was paralyzed when I was twelve years old. I. Met a named J. JT in a nursing home. My grandfather was nursing on and he was about to two rooms before I got to my grandfather as a day to twelve or fourteen years old I remember going to go visit my grandfather one time and his guy haulers on his pays rooms. Hey, Budka Mir and I go into his room so he can you hold this. Water he hopes Cup of water signed get a drink and he was paralyzed from his neck down. And so his name Jay taste I stopped amid talk to him every now and again but once once I. Realized I was paralyzed instantly. All of a sudden it started thinking in my head is GonNa be ashamed that I'm nineteen years old and I'm going to be in a nursing home and so yeah, it was it was brought to Lifelike. Very. Quick. So. Were you angry at the person in? The, how did you get over that anger? I don't know if I was. Angry at him personally. Like again, I was college for two weeks so. If a guy was to come to me today in handshake me I'd never know it was him. I don't remember anything I don't know his name. The only thing that I remember about six months later I heard from some people than college that he was Kinda bragging about the hit and I hate I hope that's not true. Not that he's bragging but somehow. They brought up my name or something, and he's supposedly made a comment I remember the day when I knocked out of him and I hope that's wrong. that he didn't really. And I think I think he came to the hospital to see me. And the only reason I think it was him was I was Wisconsin striker frame head these boats and screws in my head and had wrote off fed hanging like ten pounds of weight off over to stretch my neck trying to vertebrae back in place. And owned a strike of frame delay. Two hours on your back you get stare at the wall and then they come in, they flip the strike of frame and then you lay an hour on your stomach. So it's helped prevent pressure.
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"We are all dead American. We can all learn something. To learn. We must challenge what we already understand. The way we do that is through conversation. Sometimes. We have conversations with others. However Some of the best conversations happen. With ourselves Reach out in Challenger so. Let's dive in and learn something right now. and..
"perdue" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"You know first of all you hear Michael Talk about you. Know Without Scottie Pippen. Michael Jordan doesn't win six championships. True unfortunately the dance in my opinion kind of painted Scotty and a little bit of a negative light because of the mistakes that he made. Listen those were. Ill timed unfortunate mistakes. You know the one point eight seconds. You know Delaying his surgery. So he doesn't have to play the whole season in training camp. Some say they're monumental but at the same time we as teammates knew who he was. We knew how good he was didn't shoot the ball very well but he was the second leading scorer behind Michael. He was the second leading rebounder behind Dennis by a small margin. He led the team at assist and he led the team in steals and I think he led the team in minutes so. I think that they're tells you how important he was. But I think you need you know. People need to stop focusing on the negative. I think you have to understand. He made mistakes but also think about how important he was to this team. And because of that he is now considered a top fifty player of all time. And I I fully agree with that. Well said we'll purdue four time. Champion three with the Bulls won with the Spurs. Nbc Sports in Chicago Bulls broadcasts will an absolute pleasure. Thank you so much of the time. Appreciate it George. I appreciate it. I just don't know what we're all going to be doing next weekend. Draw well you know what at ESPN? We've got new documentaries. There's the mcgwire Sosa coming up. There's a Bruce Lee one coming up there's a Lance Armstrong coming up. It'll be every Sunday. There'll be a new documentary for us. So there you go there you go just. Unfortunately it won't be titled the Last Dance. No definitely not but thanks again. We'll thanks appreciate it. Got It will perdue hanging out with us here on this show. That was great stuff man. That was fantastic..
"perdue" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Eisen show the very funny Thomas Lennon of Reno Nine one one which is making its renaissance. I guess what's old is new again. on qube. Thomas Lennon will be joining us. And speaking of what's old is new again. the Chicago Bulls dynastic team. Espn's documentary also on. Netflix has been spectacular. It is must see television where we're live tweeting it like it's a live event. Our Buddy Scott van pelt as having guests on afterwards like it's a live sporting and he's doing highlights as I mean it's just been it's been dynamite and people can't get enough of it and we're thrilled after kicking off our final hour here on this Tuesday. Two days after episodes five and six went down this four more to go He is a champion of the Chicago Bulls three times over and also on the championship team with the Spurs the year after the last dance he is from NBC. Sports Chicago Bulls Studio Analyst. Will Perdue Ritz up doing very well? Thank you and let me make it clear. Winning never gets old. I bet it never does right. I bet it doesn't. What's this been like for you to relive it through this documentary? You know. It's it's it's brought back a lot of memories but also a lot of abotions you know. It's almost kind of been You know the little reunion for a lot of the players as we've all been reaching out to get former teammates on podcast and zoom calls and things like that. So that part's been nice but it's also been a vivid reminder of you know some people have been watching us and I've been watching just like everybody else I didn't get a A prescreening view of it. But it's You know it's been a reminder of you know some of the the sacrifices we had to make the drama that was involved some of the tension you know. I always kind of chuckle. Everybody's like Oh man you guys kick the Pistons ass like just because it was four hundred doesn't mean it was easy. I mean every game you know came down to the wire so it wasn't that easy but just it's been interesting to kind of for me is to watch the response to what people are. Hopefully learning more about Michael Jordan is pulled back the curtain. But you know even after Episodes I think three and four when they showed Michael Hugging that trophy after we won the championship. Ninety one Kinda brought a tear to my eye because it was a VO vocational. You know everything that we had gone through and especially the fact that that was a three year journey just to get to that championship in ninety one to first of all get past the Pistons and also beat. The Big Bad Lakers who at that time had eleven championships for their organization. Where we add. Not Well I. I don't know if it was you who said it in the documentary will or is it one. Another of your teammates saying that watching Jordan hug that trophy for the first time and get emotional and cry. was kind of jarring to you as teammates because Jordan's only emotions that he showed were intensity anger Not much outward love or crying emotion Did that resonate with you? Is that you who set it? And that documentary. I can't recall off the top of my head. Yeah it was. I said that that was a really surprised. Us really only emotions we had seen from. Michael was frustration and anger because of the inability to beat Detroit. I mean this dude. He was not happy when he lost it. Anything I mean anything. That's how competitive he was you. The inability to get past capacity troy in eighty nine the inability to get past troy ninety. I mean listen to be honest. He always pointed a finger himself. I because as good as he was always starting to get better. That's what made our practices so competitive but he also expected everybody else to answer the bell and that was the hard part. I mean. You can talk to a lot of guys. I'll be the first to admit I never questioned whether I can play in the NBA. When I got drafted just when I got drafted to the Bulls eye questioned after the first couple of practices in training camp in nineteen eighty eight eighty eight eighty nine season. I was like I don't know you know I gotta do something you know. It's not just going to be my work ethic. That's going to gain. The respect of this guy is gonNA take a lot more than that. So what was it like being his teammate will. It was tough because of the expectations. And I I say this not that Michael didn't understand how goody worse but I think at times you know he felt that. Listen if you work as hard as me you can be as good as me and I think. Sometimes you had to like say no. That's not how it works man. I mean they're just certain people are more talented others period. So you know we're all out here. Boston are ass your work. Our Butts off. 'cause we want to get better as well but you know at some point you have to learn that you know we ask players have certain limitations but you have to be comfortable with those limitations but you also have to trust that. Hey we're going to put in the time we're GONNA put in the effort and we'll be ready for the you know you when you decide to trust. Us ally John Taxing Obviously Steve Kerr. Even I was just watching. We're doing some stuff here and Chicago where we're playing all the eighty nine. I'm sorry ninety eight series and game seven against the Pacers. I mean he actually and a couple you know late game passes to loop long dot down a couple. You know baseline jump shots. Those were things that he didn't do early on his career inside six minutes. He's like listen. I got this whereas Phil Jackson. Kinda chipped away and said if you really want win a championship. Really the only way that's going to happen at some point you show your vulnerability and allow yourself to trust your teammates. Well and then we saw. Obviously Paxson was the one who is open to take care of the Lakers for four that first championship that you're referring to and then we all saw who made the the dagger shot against the. Sun's a this past weekend rich. I remember specifically I think you were. I remember correctly. Weren't you in? La During that ninety one championship. Did I not see you there covering you definitely did not see me? They're covering I I was. I was in Staten Island New York as the cub reporter for the Staten Island. Advance only dreaming of being on Sportscenter one day which I was for the FRY for you. Believe you're ninety nine Spurs Championship and I'm still holding my I'm staying. It's all good. I'm still I'm still holding. I'm still holding my breath for those moments I I'm GONNA pop up with hair like Chris. Fowler had this past week and a Dan Patrick currently going to have But you know in terms of again being his team. Maggot will perdue here on the rich Eisen. Show your bottom right you you. You had a fight with Jordan in a practice correct. That's a true story. We'll let me what happened to please on. I apologize but I actually remember talking to you I worked for. Espn radio during the Lakers. Yeah Celtics final. Maybe that's it sure there you go so you know that's the other thing fifty five. It's basketball I still feel like I'm in my twenties because I I never looked at it as a real job. Everybody I came across. I always honestly I apologize. I always thought was older than me. Because it's all good man but we had a situation in practice and that's what I mean the intensity I mean. We got in arguments all the time and I always clarify when you WanNa talk about the NBA. There's no such thing really as an NBA. Fight every once in a while you saw what was truly a fight but NBA rights or more like skirmishes. You Push your guy you know you getting the guy's face you point a finger you know. Nba Fight is described as you know somebody steps in the middle and your eyebrows by chance you reach around guy throw a cheap shot because the other guy can't reach back to you because there's somebody in between you but when an episode in practice where we were running the high frequency plays of our opponents. I still to this day and pretty sure it was the Milwaukee Bucks and the one thing we were trying to emphasize was is that a walkie was gonNA continue to run Michael up a bunch of screens in the hopes that the last six minutes of the game. You'll be fatigued both mentally and physically and we'll think twice about. Hey I'm really gonNA look to attack the hoop and maybe start settling jump shots. And because he's fatigued be a little short and not be able to get to the free throw line and get points there so we kept running this one player. I was setting screens on them. That pretty good shots as they say in the day was laying some would one time. I hit them. Pretty hard bounced off the floor and he said listen. You do that again. I'm GonNa Punch you. He was a little more colorful language so as soon as that happened Johnny Bach. Who was the assistant coach to set up? Defensive Schemes immediately yelled run it again so I thought to myself. Hey Man. I'm going to get punched by this guy which I still didn't think he was. GonNa do it. I'M GONNA make sure I get my money's worth so I made sure it was an illegal screen. I don't think I ever stopped. I just ran right through. Doctors asked to the ground got up immediately just turned around and hauled off and swung at me and I was able to duck just enough so we didn't get square shot. That's facebook across the side of the temple. But again it wasn't like it turned into a debacle. You know. Once I realized what happened I kind of started to step towards him. Eddie neely who was on the team at the time grabbed me from behind and just kind of said Oh boy that's probably not a good idea and then the other thing was we just you know settled down continued to practice wasn't like they separated practice at all. That's it we're done. You guys gotta go in a room and ask it out. We just kept practicing. That stuff happened a lot more than people think. Now the actual punch that that wasn't Didn't happen a lot. I know they're gonNA talk a lot about this upcoming week. Regarding Steve Kerr and MJ but there were skirmishes all the time. Because you gotta remember the guys in the second team. We were fighting against the guys in the first team trying to get more minutes trying to replace those guys you know trying to justify our position on a team so the games for us. I don't WanNa say they were easy but it was refreshing when we played games on those goals teams because of how competitive and how hard we went added a practice will perdue here on the rich Eisen show. Did you have to have that environment you think in order to win as much as you did? I mean is is that. Was it necessary for you to have that edge and a potential anger or and dislike will bowed answers. No because you know as you pointed out. I got traded to San Antonio for Dentists and ended up winning championship there but they had a totally different culture totally different atmosphere. But you had that competitiveness. You didn't necessarily have that anger. You didn't necessarily have the aggressiveness. But that was Michael Jordan..
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