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"pete williams" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

04:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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Fresh update on "pete williams" discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

00:35 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pete williams" discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Trials were paused for safety concerns and why they've restored in the UK. But not in the US, the company says it's working with the FDA to facilitate review of the information and the FDA will decide when the US trial can resume vaccine expert Peter Hotels says. Drug. Company, transparency is critical if the public competence in the entire vaccine movement right now on the line not only is the public confidence of the vaccines used them operational warp speed on the line, the public confidence and the entire nations vaccine program on the night but tens of thousands have signed up as drug trial volunteers in London Robin Powell is still planning to join the Astra Zeneca trial even after the unexplained Shakti pause I think the risk to me is relatively small and the benefits to the estate of band is very great. It's not simple. It's about helping your fellow man. Exactly so yes, tonight, the most optimistic timeline suggests some Americans are very few could start receiving Kobe vaccines love this year. But for most Americans, it will extend well into next summer and even next fall lester. All right. Tom Castillo thanks Attorney General William bars facing some criticism tonight after a comment comparing covert lockdowns by states to slavery and in the same speech bar attack prosecutors in his own department with more on that. Here's Pete Williams. In an unusually harsh attack from the boss, the Attorney General says career prosecutors can become. So determined debris criminal charges, they stretch the law going after people not crimes. He said, they need supervision from politically appointed leaders. Individual prosecutors can sometimes become head hunters. All too often. Consumed with taking down their target letting the most junior members set the agenda might be a good philosophy for a Montessori Preschool but it is no way to run a federal agents. Say He didn't mention any specific cases, but he's been criticized for moving to drop the prosecution of former trump national security adviser, Michael Flynn, and for seeking a lighter sentence for former trump campaign adviser Roger Stone. Barr says it's wrong to call that interference by interfere. Under the law all prosecutorial power is vested in the Attorney General but some former prosecutors say bar isn't even when overruling line prosecutors the principles articulated by the attorney general appropriate. But he fails miserably in the execution he continues to weigh in on behalf of friends and allies of the president deeply disturbing and inappropriate in his speech to a conservative college bar also said state pandemic restrictions like stay at home orders amount to house arrest other than slavery, which was different kind that restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on Civil Liberties in American history despite bars rhetoric, the Justice Department has actually gone to court to challenge only a few state Kobe restrictions most of them involving limits on Church Attendance Lester. Pete Williams thanks one day after Hurricane Sally. Repeat the Gulf killing at least one person search and rescue efforts continue with two people still missing. NBC. Sam. Brock is in Pensacola. After Hurricane Sally toward through the Gulf Dumping Feet of rain in some areas,.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

03:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Supreme court justice has cancer again

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Supreme court justice has cancer again

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she's undergoing chemotherapy did treat cancer. She says it was discovered by a routine scan in February and confirmed by a biopsy. And that she has since May 19th began receiving been receiving chemotherapy. She says she is satisfied her treatment course, is now clear. MSNBC's Pete Williams Theeighty seven year old justice says the treatment is having positive results. And in a statement released by the court, Ginsberg says she's fully able to continue in her post.

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Philadelphia: U.S. Supreme Court to hear religious fight over same-sex foster care

Herman Cain

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Philadelphia: U.S. Supreme Court to hear religious fight over same-sex foster care

"The US Supreme Court will hear a case involving religious freedom same sex couples and foster parenting legal analyst Pete Williams says the case come from the city of Philadelphia which ended a long time contract with Catholic social services the city discovered that the charity would not allow gay parents to enroll in the foster care program here he sued the city on religious freedom

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Supreme Court overturns Michigan partisan gerrymandering ruling

Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Supreme Court overturns Michigan partisan gerrymandering ruling

"A lower court ruling that Michigan must redraw congressional maps due to partisan gerrymandering is being tossed out by the Supreme Court NBC justice correspondent Pete Williams says the High Court has signaled this was going to happen the Supreme Court had put this lower court ruling from the three judge panel on hold that was certainly a sign that the the ruling by that panel on partisan gerrymandering was on life support Democrats Michigan say what Republicans are doing in the state is on there but the Supreme Court says this is a political matter rather than a legal

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"pete williams" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"pete williams" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"U._S.. History Pete Williams N._B._C. News the Supreme Court a few months ago. I was fortunate enough with my wife. Cave to attend the ninety ninth birthday party in clerkship reunion John Paul Stevens Down in Florida and I can just say that it is a testament to kind of man he was both as a public figure and in private the integrity and wisdom kindness and grace with which he led his life <hes> the people around him. You cannot find a single person who would say anything but then he was one of the finest human beings that they ever had the pleasure of being around Supreme Cream Court justice John Paul Stevens the third longest-serving justice died tonight of complications following a stroke he was ninety nine years old. There are at least twenty four people on the Democratic side running for president tomorrow. We'll find out which have qualified for the debate state in Detroit in two weeks and it's on the third debate in September where stiffer qualifications will result in far fewer candidates. What's always been pretty clear to me? At least is that for all the jokes about the size of the field than it is indeed unprecedented. There is just not enough money out there to keep these operations going all the way to February third which is when the Iowa caucuses are the second quarter individual contribution fundraising numbers are in for most of the candidates and while the top contenders are getting the cash needed to keep the competition others are actually spending more than they are raising political pointing out the bitter work and Amy Klobuchar Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand also more money go out than in now if that kind of thing keeps up and there's pretty good reason to think it will at least for some of the candidates in field we are likely to see the field winnow down pretty quickly joining me now talk about this is Tiffany Cross co-founder managing editor of the Beat D._C.. And Chris Caffeine's WHO's a democratic strategists tiffany. What do you think these F._C._C. Coral quarterly filing numbers particularly particularly for the folks that are not in the top five or six mean for the durability of a field this big saying four or five months yeah so I think it's really dangerous? The call people the Front runner when we're quite a bit of ways away from the first round of voting so I'm always hesitancy used that phrase listen. I think a lot of what we see about the top five candidates who are fundraising well. You have to look at the amounts and the number of donors contributing so when you see people contributing five or ten dollars that's a vote. I mean a lot other people who are maxing out. That's a checking the box. They're contributing to everybody so make sure they have a friend in the White House no matter what the outcome when somebody's giving you five or ten or twenty dollars. That's someone who's supporting you.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Accelerate!

"A huge believer in that. Because I think I think that's the way the world works, right? As you can't you have the margin of victory is so thin. So what can you do deliberately do every step along the way just to gain that thin advantage? Yeah. I big believing that it's so good talking about it. Because I think this is a numerous benefits of that sort of philosophy. Obviously what you dutifully take United probably better than I did in the book is also like if you looking at to get a one percent improvement or tempest end improve. It actually gives a lot of confidence and freedom. If you will in the seventy business owners, speak to and silos professionals speak to they're always trying to hit out of the puck. And like they've tried to. Let's say they tried to woken they proposals as a sales tool, and if I do it doesn't like double the results. Six percent improvement. We this proposal scrap it and go back to the original one. Like a lot of people actually say small gyns and small wins as improvements is actually like. Got a five percent, Bruce. That's not worth it. Right. Stop doing it. Yeah. Hang on. That's actually the really path within here is it Ray frames. What success is success isn't hitting a home run success is just getting on bison. Making those one to five ten percent improvements in in the cumulative effect is what really draws results. Well, first of all I have to compliment you on your use of American baseball. I said hit out of the park. I thought okay now is that apply to cricket as well. Actually, it could do. You have spent time here in the state so talking about silly, mid wicket. And Greg Elise. Cricket. But they are the we discreet him. Yeah. Don't. I've watched some one day cricket matches which I I love the one day format, and I almost didn't understand it. And then I it's a year until I watch them expert match and I've completely forgotten. What I thought. But it's it's true. As as you said reframing success. I think is really the key. Here is that that if you're always setting your site to to hit a home run and stuff hitting singles again to indulge baseball cliches is then you are setting yourself up for failure. And why not set your goals for this incremental improvement because if you do that on a consistent basis, then as you mentioned before the compounding effect is a large aggregate game over time. I sat these though that those stories dine make headlines on the on the online sales is old the Calvary, folks. And so people seem to think that the only way to basic sales bayonet lie. Obey Zaka big be mask babes, one of those guys who have these massive winds as opposed to just sort of hang on. Let's look at the bell curve of success. And let's just make sure that middle and continually growing because that's what's. Sign -able what's realistic? And.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Pete, welcome to the show. Thank you. Much Andy great to be here. What's great to have your? So you're joining us from Melbourne. Melbourne australia. There's no are in Melby. Despite spite how you see it's spelled we pronounce everything like that. It's we're very lazy. Oh, my stepdaughter went to semester, and in Melvin at what school Saint and Saint something like that. And. Yeah. Good. Make sure we got the position. Correct. Absolutely. Absolutely. So we'll walk. So we're gonna we're gonna talk about your your new book written called cadence a tale of fast business growth and enjoyable book to read so what was the impetus to write the book? Yeah. Well, we my call business here in a straighter is a telecommunications group of got three or four companies across the group in ova. Tom kind of looked at what was causing from what was not driving growth in business. And discover this sort of, you know, six or seven chafing 's driving profit business and fan they sort of applied to every business. So over time we kind of kit evolving, this sort of methodology and started sharing with people poked about on my old podcasts away head for awhile. And it sort of credits movement of his iron. And then eventually that sort of has to become a book at some stage. I guess, and that's heavy sort of stun has yet IRA quite a lot of years and writing a book or moving. Yeah. Well, high people's of the benefactor main spoken about to play the role play you. Yes. Okay. You're you're the JJ character. I take it on the book. So. Well, key takeaways for the book really is. And I think that's it's interesting because I'm a huge fan of simplicity. And and really focusing on the the basics our that you've identified seven levers you call of of which the good good metaphor..

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Former Trump Aide to Help Run CNN's 2020 Election Coverage

Channel 33

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Former Trump Aide to Help Run CNN's 2020 Election Coverage

"News last week. CNN hired Sarah is Gir Florus as as an editor of it's twenty twenty campaign coverage Florus, we learned cut a pretty conventional path Republican politics she worked with the Romney and Ted Cruz campaigns. She was nominally a never Trump person while working for curly vereen in two thousand sixteen and then she became a spokesman for Jeff Sessions a job which required her to go to the Oval Office and profess her feel t to Trump as the Washington Post reported after joining CNN one of the staffers told Maxwell Tanny of the Daily Beast. It's extremely demoralizing for everyone here, this is where we open our drawer. And plus the now familiar list of. Politicos who became journalist, Tim russert? Right. Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos, and may be most comparably in this case Pete Williams who was a Pentagon spokesman. And Cheney aide is now a Justice department reporter for NBC couple of issues the came out of this number one. Is there an amount of time that needs to elapse before someone goes from politico to journalist, right? Anybody thinks no one can do this. Right. But there were people who said it's too soon. You know, this is to direct what if you just waited a little while. I guess I don't go to think tank on what she was going to do. In the meantime, yeah, I did let this up. So in George Stephanopoulos case Bill Clinton wins reelection of nineteen ninety six in a month later, George Stephanopoulos, working for ABC news. So you know, and it's weird. Right. Because if you're hiring somebody for politics, they're at their maximum value the moment, they leave politics. Sure. So I don't quite get the argument that. There should be some mandatory waiting period. She college basketball for year before they. It's been there. Mandatory year at Duke. Yeah. It's it is an interesting argument. And I think that you know, it's easy to look at these sort of case by case, and certainly other cases where you can you can fairly easily justify it. Right. I mean, George Stephanopoulos was I mean, I was what in college at the time. I mean, I feel like bit. But I even remember then being such sort of an odd ball situation where he was way more in demand than it than I could really comprehend didn't really understand the like the allure of him. And even when he was you know, when he turned up on good Morning, America. Whatever I'm still just sort of like what is George Stephanopoulos, contributing to this. But you know, it's he's had a healthy career. And and sort of hard to argue with success. Then you kind of get to the the, you know, the rest of the list. I mean, they're certainly people that I don't think you mentioned Chris Matthews, but but their put and and Russ in this. In the similar in kind of similar category. Where?

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Former Air Force officer charged with espionage

Sean Hannity

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Former Air Force officer charged with espionage

"A former US air force intelligence specialist is being charged with spying for Iran. An indictment unsealed in federal court today claims Monica wit was targeted and recruited by Iran. NBC Justice correspondent, Pete Williams has more spying charges their espionage charges, of course. She's in Iran. She defected to Iran in two thousand thirteen. So the likelihood that the US will ever lay hands honors is pretty remote unless she tries to travel somewhere. Michael Cohen president. Trump's former lawyer will testify before congress early next month. Colin's attorney Lanny Davis said today is client will appear before three congressional panels before he enters prison on March sixth Davis told CNBC Coen's testimony to the house oversight committee will be

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"pete williams" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"I think that's you could almost argue that that was actually a problem. The mock oh good actually coast that toward a tornado off the tools and work on your business, which is an important distinction to Mike that you know, you grow your business. If you under- the car being the mechanic as opposed to being to be on China yet. The problem was is that once people got off the tools, they weren't left with the actual growed. Matt of what to actually focus on what's on. And that why they would just jumping from tactic detective as opposed having underlying strategy and Feroce Abbas misses the seven leaders have bane. I really good strategy framework for us because the way we operated is we kind of look at he's a level. We're gonna work this month on the. Business to increase out suspects ten percent. And you're the mocking team work on how we're gonna do that. We put something in place. Try and get ten percent boost next month we on the next level. I I had a we get more though suspects to become prospects head we get a ten percent win, and that's tactical within that. But that's Jian every seven months were fictive -ly cycling through these lives became going. Right. And so it was an effective. If you are he knows ten percent wins, which odd that hard not lodge massive goes, you effectively doubling profit every twelve months, and that is what comparison massive Greis. And that's the case may I think it's been successful for us. That thing the underlying strategy Pfaff Arcus in that we were lucky on to realize we're getting to an industry that we weren't going on the tools on the Tel car guy. I'm not a foreign system technical guy audience the market fan. There was a spice and a gap. So we went into at area, and that was very handy, and we had to get off the tools. Because like a couldn't couldn't install a fine system. I couldn't program system. That's not my skill set. So it was always working on the business, but initially we will be running from tactic tactic. And we didn't have that underlying strategy to focus on that sort of where the biggest shift for us was was not just understand seven levers not understanding ten percent wins. But letting it be the God parse frost of what we're gonna focus on when we do the dole and we'll can office in the morning. Yeah. So you say, no we where you're going. So Pete Williams. He is the author of the new book cadence, which is a tale of fast business Rothe. So I you have a couple questions. I always ask each of my guest, and I'll start with my for you to complete this sentence..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

Up Or Out with Connie

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Up Or Out with Connie

"And turn up the volume up or out with Connie starts right now. What can to fight show, and I just so so excited I just want to welcome. Our new networks that we have joining us right now, and we are no hitting over two hundred and ten networks in hundred forty five country. Our new potential listener base is just a mere five point five million listeners each month. And we are just everywhere. The five shows hurt everywhere, we just continued to grow adding an each adding networks each week, this is so fun. So so exciting. So let's jump right to show. My my guest is Pete Williams. He's got a new book out, and it's titled cadence which is a tale of fast business growth, and he was just announced recently in the twenty eight team best business book at the international. Business award. So Pete, welcome. Welcome to the county show. Thank you so much really to be here and trauma best behavior with five million listeners. That's impressive. Way. Get what's coming. Yeah. Does wait. So so where are you from? We we hang out right now. No one is strive the so spent time in the US, but predominantly by in Melvina astray, which is being hired for ever lived in Florida for wall spent a little time in California. But yeah, the coal businesses and the tame, and then let sort of fun stuff is Dan onto. That's one place. I haven't gotten to yet. But it is on my bucket list a bit of fly, you know, on the trek from ally. But for a lot of people it's a pretty long flight. I bet. Well, so I'm in LA now. So I'll make Knapman. That's one fought. It's a long thought. That's a lot. Yeah. I mean fly so much now it's just like give me a Pell Oregon boykin bag to sit back, relax and then love talking to people do so. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely helped make it work. So me, if I am just ridiculously interested in helping a lifestyle business, owner scale their business, and I was so excited to see when you booked because your book and the work that you do is all about exactly that. And you also I mean being recognized by four..

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Gunman targeting Jews kills 11 in Pittsburgh synagogue

WOR Programming

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Gunman targeting Jews kills 11 in Pittsburgh synagogue

"A gunman walked into a Pittsburgh synagogue, this morning, yelled, anti semitic slurs, and then began firing away at those who had gathered for a baby naming my heart breaks for the members of the Jewish community. Today, all Pennsylvania, more with you. Anti-semitism has absolutely no place in our Commonwealth. That's pennsylvania. Governor Tom wolf all of the eleven killed are adults. Six more injured, including four police officers who were responding to the scene. The gunman now identified as Robert Bowers within the synagogue for about twenty minutes. NBC's Pete Williams says police took on the forty six year old Pittsburgh resident as he was walking out of the house of worship authorities have told us that the boars the gunman was wounded shot. Once we believe by police in this exchange of gunfire before he surrendered and is now in the hospital. So whether or not they've been able to question him. I don't know because we don't know the severity of his injuries. We don't know if he's undergoing surgery for that wound hours had numerous antisemitic postings on social media here in New York. The NYPD has beefed up its police presence around Jewish institutions as a precautionary measure

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"pete williams" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on 710 WOR

"That was NBC's Pete Williams. A three year old Brooklyn girl has been reunited with her grandmother after police say the grandmother dropped her off at the wrong school police were called around lunchtime. When someone inside PS three sixteen in crown heights realize the child did not belong there. No one could figure out where her parents or guardians were at the time. Police brought her back to the precinct until her grandmother arrived out on Long Island a private school teacher in wood near is being charged with raping a student. Cops say year old Daniel McMahon in a valley stream had a legal sexual relations with a female student. The Lawrence would mirror kademi for nearly three years. Officials say he started assaulting the student when she was just fourteen years old in November of two thousand fourteen cops say that when they went to arrest him at his home. He refused to come out. And then later, surrendered with the assistance of his attorney the school has yet to comment on the circumstances surrounding the teachers departure, I'm Lisa G for seven ten W O R. Autopsy results are done in the deadly crash in upstate New York. May so all twenty people died from multiple severe traumatic blunt force injuries state police released the findings on Friday, they say they're still waiting for the results of toxicology tests, the seventeen passengers driver and to people outside the stretch limo were killed when it crashed earlier this month. New York City is trying to lower the amount of sugar that people consume in Pakistan's. This is actually a national effort involving one hundred health departments. And the Big Apple is one of them. Taking part calling on the food industry to voluntarily reduce sugar. Twenty percent. By the year. Twenty twenty-five stats show. Nearly seventy percent of package foods and beverages. Born in the US contain added sugar and the city health Commissioner says that makes it hard for people to reduce their sugar consumption. The national song sugar reduction initiative is calling on sugar to be lowered in thirteen categories. That includes breakfast, pastries, cakes, condiments and dessert toppings. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten wwl arm. A public school head cook. In the Brassica is embroiled in a controversy over the use of kangaroo meat in student meals. He's looking for a new job. According to a spokesman, the move comes after Potter Dix school district junior and senior high school students were served chili containing a mix of kangaroo meat and beef only on one occasion while they denied that the kangaroo meat was unhealthy. The district. Officials said it would not be included in school lunches again. The Republican candidate whose challenging governor Cuomo is calling for a statewide televised debate next week, Mark Molinaro was not happy over the governor..

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FDA warns of dangers of liquid nitrogen in food, drinks

Armstrong and Getty

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

FDA warns of dangers of liquid nitrogen in food, drinks

"Chains threats toward the Boston Globe the FBI says change, threatening calls to, the Boston Globe. Began August tenth the same day the globe launched a national campaign urging newspapers to. Run at a to'real supporting a free. Press chain posted the fifty thousand dollar bond yesterday is due to appear in a Boston federal court next month officers reportedly found twenty firearms. It is home including a semi automatic rifle the former CEO of Enron out, of prison, and

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Manafort asks to move venue of second trial

First Morning News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Manafort asks to move venue of second trial

"Morning Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is asking a federal judge to move his upcoming trial NBC news. Legal analyst Pete Williams. Says Manafort is asking that the trial be moved, out of Washington, DC to US district court in Roanoke. Virginia I'm quoting here from their change of any emotion for many. Americans Mr. Manafort Celikkol issues and the attendant daily media coverage have become theater, in the continuing controversy surrounding President Trump and his election these motions for change of venue which, used to be relatively easily obtained in the federal courts in recent years. Have been strongly disapproved by the courts for example in the Enron case in Texas the court refused to move that trial and that's become kind of the signal case that people refer to it is a request I think it was one that was largely expected but you. Know these things are very difficult to get it'll be. Up to the government now to

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Small improvements you can make to double your business

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Small improvements you can make to double your business

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"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Of business. He's interviewed Robert Greene, the best author forty eight laws of power and mastery. He's interviewed Tim Ferriss from the four hour work week, the four hour body. He's also interviewed Michael Gerber from the Email if book series and he's very successful entrepreneur in his own right. Having started and grown multiple businesses over there on the other side of the pond, though he's based in Melbourne, Australia. And so Pete Williams as the name, you're going to want to look up, find Pete Williams because his newest book is powerful and practical. His newest book is called canes. We or actually teaches you and. Seven critical categories that if you just improve them by ten percent, any existing company, you can double the size of your business. Let gentlemen check out his book cadence. We'll put a link to it on the show notes without further ado back to my interview with Pete Williams, you're gonna love it. The helps a little bit in terms of strategically skyline, it tends to aren't. We have divisions, we have team leaders. We're not a very highly old Chata business, but we have how clear definitions attempts have in the in the telco business in that group. Although with the marketing and the operation side of the business, my business pot looks to the Siles element. So that kind of differentiation of who aren't what helps having a business not definitely makes makes it easy because you can. You can buy the double the management responsibility, which is nice. And you know, I think right now we have probably the best thing we've had asked me couple easy. I would've said definitely some bad fruit on the tray yet. Right now we do have a tame. It's really, really good in the last. I think four employees tournaments yesterday lost four employees. We have business old kind from existing stuff referrals. Oh, nice beat beat. You. Fed right into the question that I've been dying to ask the last. When was the last time he fired somebody and how and how did that look? Yes. Last time I thought some of Bain to hafi ago who would have your you? Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? And how did that look and why? So yes, this person we hide. It was probably a really silly high. We hide them without doing message diligence, kind of knew this person. We had a reasonable experience with them, but there was some among today tiles yet we hide into the due diligence and he didn't finish his probation. Just wasn't the right of the details by the way, but. Okay. So so. Okay. So that was two and a half years ago. Can I ask what was the last time I fired someone in the last two and a half hours. Exactly sure asleep because with the law and it's, I mean, and the one thing in our about our industry, we have great people at elephant in the room are men's grooming lounge chain, but we have two interviews, oh many people because hair stylists are. I'm not sure they are..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"I'm gonna have to duct robber bone become down here and see the forty eight laws of power that amused the decorate the man cave here at camp Clark and chicken palace. I want to ask you this about the garage. Signed a book and you up research you, it seems like you grind but in a sustainable way. So what talk to me about your schedule on a daily basis, a typical day out there in Australia for you. What does that look like? What time are you getting up? What's your routine? What are your? What are your have? It's gets into the Pete Williams experience than than deterrent. Now I'll give you the the average because every day is different, and I'm not going to sit here and say, I'm so mechanical that this is the routine follow every single like that's just issue I think is so it's confirmed. You're not a robot. Just said that I'm BS I think. Robots. I wake up at five eight. Getting up in the morning, often going to the gym, trying to some whites trying to be healthy. That's kind of falling off the wagon a little bit at the moment. We just book launch and a few other projects. So that's that's an Oma morning. Jim swim something whether it's a way to win the day before the dice dots. That's something that I think that was a robot grain thing. Actually, I think that's one of his. Real messages, you know, try and win the die early by doing. He's a massive swim, swims GM, Ron swim bought some sort of fitness thing generally in the in the office when I'm going to the Toko by about seven, seven thirty going through miles and then most of the day, the stretch Jian and and planning stuff will will by beating when you have a business, it's you try to focus on strategy direction for the business. And then just by beating the staff in a good way, show you guys night. As you scale, you spend more time just sort of how many humans do you work with on your team approximately 'cause we between there's hundreds and hundreds of teammates, you know, because we have some brick and mortar companies. And so you know, haircuts, I mean, we can scale the digital marketing and simplify. We want a human has to currently cut hair, you know, or the. This from our new a human has to actually be teller at the Bank. We do online banking. Yeah, that's the thing. But there's also the auto Ochsner mechanics people clearing title. There's just optometrist. People that are actually doing carpets, I mean doing something, and I know that you John aikoff had basically said bestselling author. He had said that you're kind of like the sequel to the lean startup, which teaches importance of trying to scale your business by having less people being simplifying how many folks work on your team's gonna walk us through your team with. It looks like attempts at Drake employees that actually in the companies that aren't directly about thirty five. Good. League buffalo meat or bison me. Yeah, so relationships with some supplies..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"We'll Pete Williams is a bestselling author. And a podcast celebrity, this guy has interviewed the who's who in the world of business. Everybody from Michael Gerber. The author of the book series from Tim Ferriss bestselling author of the four hour workweek and the four hour body and one of the early stage investors in Uber. You have heard of Uber what I mean. This guy is the best he's interviewed, Robert Greene, the author of two of my favorite books which is mastery by Robert Greene. Unbelievable book four laws of our this guy. He I'm just telling you, this guy is the real deal, but you probably haven't heard of them yet because he's from the other side of the pod, he's from Australia. So he took time out of his busy schedule to tell us about his newest book there called cadence. So now then further ado back to our exclusive interview with the king of the kangaroos. Mr. Pete Williams. I wanna ask you about Tim Ferriss and you're on this for Tim Ferriss. What do you like about Tim Ferriss as the author? What did you enjoy about interviewing Tim? Talked me about about Tim Ferriss and what he's been like, what you like about him? Yeah, I think came. She's willingness to file which is always made. A lot of people don't really a Tiki of that team and that you know, he's obviously that guy likes to go into stuff and try stuff, and he's been very lucky yet success news first business Hayes. First book really took off with strategy and focus. It wasn't just dumb luck. There was some stretching because it made him success with the book launch and that giving him a massive platform to do what he loves and he tracks everything and he is willing to file and willing to try. And I think this is been heat sat and he's spoken about this a few like, but this has been Tim way before the book. Why before for our by before the business, I think every work at he has ever done since high school is tracked in an art book. Like this guy live that before he had the platform to talk about it. So I think guard teams, grace are lucky considered, you know, spend all this time. Researching the fire body in the four hour chef and doing all these fun experiments and trials and tests will yes, negative platform. We can do more of it, but the actual method to his madness was welling stilled us before and proofing proof of every work at every single white. He's at least lifted is recorded in book. It's this insane, and that's who he is not as why he's successful. It's it's not because he had dumb luck with a book launch. It was because that's just the way your rights and Montaigne do some stuff and behind the scenes, the uprights and he's he's a machine in perfection and that sort of stuff. And that's where there's come from. We'll all I want for Christmas is a little Williams interview and a little Tim Ferriss interview. And then I just want I want on my asking for this year's Robert. I want Robert, I'm gonna..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"During this interview breaks down his new book cadence. Now, if you're just tuning in for the first time and you don't know who Pete Williams is, he is a very successful entrepreneur in Australia. He's done everything from the telecommunication services business to e e commerce, and he's really made a name for himself by interviewing the who's who in the world of business on his Australian podcast podcast is absolutely huge over in Australia. He's interviewed American entrepreneurs, such as Tim Ferriss, the bestselling author of the four hour work week, Robert Greene, the best selling author of forty eight laws of power, an incredible book by the way and the book mastery. And he's also interviewed Enid the myth writer, the author of the Email. Myth program in philosophy himself, Michael Gerber. So then he further ado, let's get back into our interview with Pete Williams as he breaks down how to make small improvements in seven critical categories. So you can double the size of your business state. It's all about existing customers, love your existing customers because if I stay with you, you're not have to worry about login referrals will come the experiences enough style with you though, grow with you. So that's a big thing may yet you wanna make sure the person's first hundred days is ING because, hey, you started how you finish. I think that you know think about when you died, your wife back in college was the first one hundred days probably possibly the most amazing consecutive hundred days you've ever given. Now, I'm sure you've given us amazing separate hundred time, but never want block that is what sold her on you. And I think you know, Joey messages cry rose at a great ROY, Matt massive, lots of examples. It's an amazing book. And so I think you know really loving your your new customers. 'cause I think there's actually three segments you sort of mentioned new customers and existing customers. I actually three segments. There's. Ex. Estimates yet loving noise people. I'm a customer once they are customized, loving them for a hundred. So they pour the levonne pour some sugar on me any guy. So you actually delivering your exceeding expectations. I think a lot of people forget about that segment. And then you've got, obviously your podcast actually come back to you again, that's transactions cast them. That's what is back in the back and Hackney systems in place that gives you continue percent wins in that area because they the three segments, you really gotta worry about when to if I'm thinking which one to put the most love on is that equal is one more than the other talked. I'm an entrepreneur, I'm gonna send out a coupon. I wanna sit out something I wanna I wanna I wanna own about is send out a blast. What what would I do? Love them who host. I think you know the cliche, but it's always easier and cheaper to sell to an existing customer than a brand new. There you go. Okay. Now. I have a tough. For you to be mean who's been bad cop all's here. I up done some deep research into Pete the Australian culture. In fact, I had a roommate before I knew even existed, just entertainment of preparation. I put into this roommate in college like, yes, yes. Have you eaten kangaroo yet your line? No. Okay. Well, then you know you have, I bought. Pete my made in college name is Clayton Clark. That's my given name, my roommate in college. His name was Clinton Clark and he was from across the pond from Australia, and he could imitate in America and away that let me know that we sound weird and you guys sound smart. So everything you're saying today. Sounds interesting. So they point in the interview. If you want to imitate in American, I just throw it out there. That's something you can do put on the side. If you wanna do that, we that opportunity, but you've interviewed in your lifetime. You've interviewed, you know, Tim Ferriss Ryan holiday, Tim Ferriss famously moved from Silicon Valley, and then he moved to Austin, Texas, where he now off is and broadcasts. Can you walk us through where you office, where you podcast, where you work? What is your office environment look like? Are you on your own buildings? You said your inability now the much of other business owners. Do you office a lot on your house that's wanna get into the behind the scenes stuff that you probably don't. Cover a lot in your other interviews. I just want want to get into that. 'cause that lifestyle entrepreneurship is powerful. Yeah. Cool..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"He likes the drag energy of Donald Trump, but it says like motivation to you, just you seem to be excited about the way life is what motivates you to to do what you do, what keeps you. I mean, you're having so much success. What's motivating you to write a book like canes? Yeah, pre I think it's probably a combination of things I mentioned befall my mom's a mass teaches, I'm guessing the vibe easy. My blood entrepreneurship stuff isn't, but the tapes stuffy. So I just really like kinda sharing the primate Waylon that sorta turned businesses around and bad. He's what whipped on share it like I don't wanna be that girl. Top of the mountain was crazy. Siles lead us and courses and suggests that happens online screaming people. He's a book that really influenced abbess and of shared the frame with friends and and people sort of close. It was really helped him as a white Akon of get clarity on what to do because I think a lot of insight Dr what to do everyday when dole is and. Actually this fine. What gives them that right bat says that there's also like, you know, as I said, like Mike stuff with my hands, I'm not an artist of not a concert there and build stuff in the backyard, like go to five year old and there's no chance in hell. I'm going to Billy McCaw behalf because it fold and kill him. So this entrepreneurship business thing is about as close to creativity. I can actually get a love he's deal at, see if we can make this happen. I guess it's my creative outlet in a business sense, and that's a while I kind of look at it and trade it, and it's, it's been fund, Jenny. You say, you don't want to be men on public mountain. You, you don't want lead to climb the mountain, find the canes. Thrive nation. We return z. will take us back into his DOJ Joe of Mojo, and we will continue interviewing Pete Williams, kind of a big deal in Austrailia, the best selling author, the top podcast or that is Pete Williams. If you're out there saying to yourself during the break, I'm looking for something proactive to during the break..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"And I, I've certainly was guilty of this early on my career where I worked a lot of hours and I put in effort, cold calling, those kind of things. I remember at one point I had cold called for months in a row and never listened to. One of my calls I made when I ran DJ connection. So as making calls for months, but I never listened to my calls and I had never listened to. I never listened to my calls and I wasn't using a script. That worked. And so after six months, I got probably listen to my calls and they were so awful. It's lucky, I'm it's a miracle even booked anything ever. My calls are terrible in the script doesn't make sense. So I wanna get into that because you're really good Jason about a flying mental effort, you know, and kind of thinking strategically on how to help the company and the team get you talking about the mental effort that goes into managing as many people as you manage somebody levels. I start mine off with get up no later than four thirty in the morning every day. And then I have to game plan what I'm going to do and find the most TJ way of going about getting everything done. Because one of the things I hate more than anything is having something on my checklist, it's not done by the end of the day, there we go. And so just go through my action items where I need to be at what times I know who I'm going to speaking with. If I'm speaking with anybody, and I just it took me a long time to learn this move, but I have to take a motion out of the equation and just think what's going to be best for me was going to be best my future. What's going to be best for the company that I serve. Cleared. So exciting to hear him. Say those things. Thrive nation. Our next our guests that we're going to go back to his interview here in just a second. Pete Williams is a grinder just like you, but he's a grinder in Melbourne. Australia turns others grinders all over the planet. So if you wanna hear a success story and somebody who's a grinder just like you, you are in luck now back to our exclusive interview with Pete Williams from Melbourne, Australia. So we started this business purely as a sales and marketing company. The just happened to cell phone systems. We weren't take his said, so we started the business to actually generate lades might silo of the fine and then affectively hand the foreign system to a subcontractor to going stole for the customer almost by Mike missile and then giving the client to a competitor. Wow. So you you, how did you think of that idea where you're you? You seem like you have had success like myself in different industries, and I'm just curious how your mind works because I feel like we are. You are my Austrailia, brother from another mother. I feel like you study things and you figure out how they can apply the. I wanna I wanna get into your head, how how are you? How did you come up with that kind of idea? She done luck really now we the j project because. Again, like I think the worst in the worst injury, my handed overhead was a pipe cut about fifteen years ago, like I don't do manual labor. So when the project was going, couldn't make the frames had no idea how to actually make the frames. So just by she luck the way that business model was set up was obviously there's a press releases. An older marketing around the MCG frames is Mike that sail over the fine. Some would send a fax seen with an order order ever the fine and not call up the local pitcher famous who had a whole bunch of the cop and photo sitting there and say, hi, John of two more orders. Can you please to more frames up hit? Then might the frames Cole of Korea Billy to ready to be dispatched. He picked him up from the frame and deliver them. So I literally set the making the silos and doing the marketing. I didn't do any of the actual creation delivery of those m. c. j. memorabilia frames. And that was kind of just more out of luck than actual strategy, but then I'll come and this is kind of the NAS. Muddle..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Show, we're interviewing guy by the name of Pete Williams Williams Madeline, from Melbourne Australia, and for the people out there who are not familiar with Pete Williams. This guy's one of the top podcasters Australia. He's had Michael Gerber on the show. He's had Robert greened. The author forty eight laws of power. He is had Tim Ferriss. The author of the four hour workweek on his podcast. He's had some massive guest big names right there. We're interviewing him. We had to actually call them in advance interview him because he's an Australia different time than we have. But I wanted. I wanted to happen to Shawn's mindset on this end to Jason's mindset. Sean is a business coach and Jason is these superman jour- of the elephant in the room. We have multiple stores and he manages the managers. So guys, I wanna I wanna get your take on this. When we interview people that are sort of a big deal Sean, do you do you like having guests on the show that are kind of celebrity guests? Is that matter to you? Would you rather hear interviews with people that own small businesses? What's your, what's your preference? I just want to get your take on this. I think we have a good mixture of both, but having having people like Jim Stovall or you know, Jona journal burger owner burger on like those podcasts are powerful wisdom. They have a deep, deep background and a whole set of compliments that we can all learn from. So I think those guys are huge, but then also bringing back down from their massive success to, you know, Joe Plummer out there who really wants to grow his small businesses. Just looking for that next step will you guys are in our coaches meetings on in the mornings at six AM where we teach our coaches teaching the coach, business principles and systems, and I know most people don't get a chance to be in those kinds of meetings. They don't get a check. To be surrounded by the antecedent largest home builder in Oklahoma. They're not around the top optometrist and their state doctors Eleanor the not around own banks, not around people that how does that impacted you? Jason being in an environment where the average person in that room is successful. Oh, it's been fantastic. One of my favorite things about meeting anybody who has, you know anybody who's self made, they've grown their own business watching. They're just like grind and work ethic because I like to think that I have a good work ethic on my on my own, but seeing somebody else's who's just like world above mine is just super motivating. That is why I, I love having guys like Pete Williams on the show because again, I admire the grind. I think a lot of people today say they love. I play video on our the room meeting on Friday. Verse staff were TD Jakes was being interviewed by Stephen verdict, and it's hysterical, but TD Jakes explains when most people will put a post on Facebook. Or Instagram that says on my grind that they usually post that when after they've woken up at like ten PM or ten AM or they think that's part of their grind. AM they over slap. They're not getting anything done, and they've worked hard for a one day in a row and they'll put hashtag on my grind. They're looking for fainting council and grinding is all about sustainable effort. It's about implementing sustainable effort where you just grinding, but you're also implementing proven system. You're not, you have to work hard mentally and hard in terms of your effort, your physical work, you're and I wanna get Jason's take on this because you manage people. And can you talk to me about the mental effort that goes into working hard because you could be willing to work hard..

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Russian government: Telcoms face cost hike from new security law

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Russian government: Telcoms face cost hike from new security law

"There are new details in the case of this Russian national arrested and accused of being an illegal Kremlin agent. Maria Boutin, ah, made her first court appearance today, new court documents allege. She took orders from a Russian official with close ties to Putin, and from the looks of her apartment, she appears to have been getting ready to skip town at the time of her arrest. Before we talk about this with our next guest, we get some quick background tonight from NBC news, Justice correspondent Pete Williams. The FBI says during the two years, Maria Boutin was making a name for herself as a Washington DC college student and gun enthusiasts, hoping to further relations with Russia. She had a dark secret prosecutors, say her every move was directed by a Russian government official. Alexander torsion, close ally of lot Amir. Putin investigators say she hid in plain sight, joining the NRA to get close to influential Republicans, unaware, law enforcement officials, say that the FBI. Hey, I was watching her the Russians for decades have been trying to penetrate Washington circles. This is very reminiscent of the ten, Russian illegals. The sleeper agents who were arrested several years ago, but this was a speed version of that, but at twenty fifteen Trump event in Las Vegas. She asked the candidate question. If you Alexa discipline incident, what will be a phone in polish politics, especially in the relationships that with my country court documents, say she offered six for access to an unnamed political group, the FBI arrested her last weekend when she was packing up to move in court today, she pleaded not guilty. Prosecutor said she should be jailed pending trial because she could slip into the Russian embassy in the FBI couldn't stop her. But her lawyer says, she's no flight risk and is known for months that she was under investigation. She's not it'd into the Russian government, the Russian federation, innocent of the charges brought against her. Most importantly, she's young students seeking to make way in America. She's not charged. With being a spy. But the FBI says she was part of a covert Russian campaign to influence American politics. Pete Williams, NBC news at federal court in Washington, should she worry that her lawyer is reading off a piece of paper. We don't know. The boot Tina case is not a Muller case Muller's office. As we've been talking about did just indict those twelve Russian intelligence officers. And tonight notably, President Trump was asked again, whether he's willing to meet with Muller team. Would you send any more likely to sit for an interview now. My lawyers are working on that. I've always wanted to do an interview because. Look, there's been no collusion. There's been no talk of Russia has been no phone call. There's been nothing and it's a call it a witch hunt. That's exactly what it is. Well, let's talk about this and with us to do that former US attorney, Joyce Vance who spent twenty five years as a federal prosecutor, Joseph, this isn't crazy. It'll do till crazy gets here as they say, what do you make?.

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"pete williams" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That org i'm jeremy scapolo us on twitter for instance traffic update at wibc traffic fifty eight degrees in the american standard cooling weather center the time right now well that's eight forty six all right so i've had some people reach out to me including some people in scouts let's talk about this thing because i have now read multiple stories and i absolutely yet knee level of ridiculous confusion going on because as i read the story it looks like they're going to have a combing ling of boys and girls in in the boy scouts here's the deadline pete williams here's the headline at nbc news boy scouts will admit girls allow them to earn eagle scout rank the first paragraph the boy scouts of america announced on wednesday that girls will soon be allowed to become cub scouts and to earn the coveted rank of eagle scout the organization's highest honour from michael serb chief executive boy scouts we believe it is critical to evolve howard programs meet the needs of families interested in positive in lifelong experiences for their children nothing there would make you think that this is separated starting next year young girls conjoined cub scout units known as dense local scouting organization can choose to have dens for girls and dense for boys cub scout dan's will be single gender all boys are all girls so my conversations still holds this is seems like madness but i had without naming names i had a someone involved with scouts reach out to me that there are programmes already and scouts that girls are involved in a venture crew older girls conjoined boy scout it's for older scouts boys and girls in hyde venture scouting they sleep in different tents brought together on the same camp out which is pretty interesting now the whole idea about eagle scout and weather that should have an eye that now leave that for others i don't have a i don't have an opinion there but this um i this idea the very idea of why can't there'd be groups wasn't group for girls well that's the part that i'm that i'm talking about in catch my video there and on facebook tony cats radio facebookcom tony cats radio and here's why.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"That decision that is most challenges to what's called gerrymandering drawing weirdly shape districts are on racial grounds that districts were improperly drawn to either of dilute the power of minority voters are so concentrate them in a single district that they can't elect anybody and other districts now the supreme court has agreed to decide whether you can challenge the shape of a legislative or congressional district as excessively partisan that is pete williams he's awesome he's really smart i like following him at nbc news pete williams excellent analysis the supreme court today announcing that they're taking a case that means that it's just the beginning of the process but before we get into deep into senior legal analyst time i do believe you can love this one let pete williams is awesome is really good explaining the stuff now in the past the courts have always said you know what this is a political issue this is not for the courts but the court has agreed to take up a decision from wisconsin in which a court ruled that the drawing of the state house districts in 2011 after the state elected a republican house a republican senate and a republican governor was excessively partisan that it basically discriminated against democrat so for the first time the supreme court's can i looked at this question the first time in decades how much partisanship is too much there you go that's pete williams we do think nbc news letting have these clips and so here we go if you have control of the state legislature of your state and the governorship and please remember that in the november twenty tan election scott walker in wisconsin and the republicans took over both houses legislature they had complete control the government for the first time in decades and the republicans when they all got inaugurated the january 2011 they didn't waste much time trying to cement their power in right they took the census that that have been done twenty jan and he said oh boy we get to rewrite blinds and so they did packing and cracking i hope you've been with me before and senior legal analyst time on these issues.

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