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Power, Money, and Ego With Teddy Schleifer
"Are a part of a team that is releasing a new media. Publication called the puck. Website puck dot news. And i couldn't help start the conversation. And when i went to the website it's simply says a new media company covering power money and ego and those three words i think Elicit all kinds of emotional responses from people power money and ego But you've been writing about a lot of the stuff for a while. Where does the personal fascination or interests come from in covering some of these topics so in some ways. The role is very big and in some ways. It's very small What what. I mean by that is there. Are you know. Three hundred and fifty million people in the united states But a very small number of people have enormous amount of influence in american society. People who like you know. I think lots of listeners might not even know their names if you look at the floors four hundred list from time to time. I'm always Humor that like how many people even as someone who covers billionaires. I have never heard of you know people who have thirty forty billion dollars who made their money in some got awful boring industry Who have enormous amount of assets and can convert that into political influence rob against wince Influence in just kind of in public life more so pucks. Kind of central conceit is that the world is actually driven by a small number of people And that there is a big world that is governed by people in hollywood people in washington people on wall street people in silicon valley And that ultimately that that world needs to be a unspoiled for the rest of us to understand and these rather also. I feel like often very are treated as isolated power sectors right people in hollywood who cover hollywood really wealthy people on wall street. Who covered the or system really. Well you know. I've covered silicon valley This is actually really one world right. The people on wall street have influenced in washington. People washington or regular people in silicon valley and silicon valley is attacking hollywood and creeping on kind of traditional studios. So one of the other ideas of pop is that. Let's let's kind of narrow the synapse here and try to really uncover this as one world
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"We will as always start with the story to tell you a short story about an episode in newfoundland where i grew up in which i still love. Visit often has something to do with The beliefs of children and something to do with religion and a lot to do with the celtic origins of many of the communities. There so my mother who is now in her ninety fifth year was as a young girl of about twelve or thirteen coming home from dance with her. Two sisters walking a country road to where they lived with her mom and dad very devout to church of england gentlemen that he was an noticed in the late of a winter evening fairies dancing on the law not so far from the road where they were walking. Might two aunts are quite a courageous when things of the spectral world appear my mom not so much and so she wanted to raise home until their father about the fairies. Dancing in the meadow my two aunts wish to explore them. But my mom prevailed in all three young girls raised home. Two of them delighted one of them in a tizzy about the beings that they had seen often heard about but never witnessed not so far away. My grandfather greatly intrigued said. Let's go see and so much to my mother's discussed dragged her and the two sisters both more anxious than her to see what they were sure or supernatural not so very far from their house and he dragged all three young girls down across the meadow of a winter's evening crunch in the snow on their way to see what the two of the three girls were Be something great. One of the three show would be something awful. Probably something that would steal her never to be seen again from the from a rural newfoundland and as they got closer the hearts two of the young ladies sank and the hearts of one. My mother rose a win. The fury's turned out to be stunted juniper trees on the marsh dancing back and forth in the wind with the moonlight glinting off the frozen limbs and glitter that was on them. There was an object lesson in there for everybody but not least to my grandfather who convinced at least for a few moments. My my mother not to be afraid of things that she had seen or not under oath and couldn't understand. It's one of a lot of stories that have been passed down to us over the years about encounters with what we would call tokens or ghosts or my grandfather was a sailor and so members of ships companies lost and gale and gale force winds. But that one. I always thought was wonderful. Nobody entirely satisfied with experience except perhaps my granddad at least he at least he had a good tidied as what the story freaky so bunch full sharing gets now. I generally cam wait to find out more about g. And we'll get into that story in its with multi but before we do. Let's have a quick introduction to the podcast you're listening to storytelling with puck. The podcast designed to shoot par stories in life and in business stories. Connect us on a deeper level. Which is why we'll be sharing chatting. Avoid and feeling the impact they have on every one of us. Your host steffano is the finder of puck creations and we work with your business to define clear consistent relevant brand which don's light from the crowd we use that brand to create content that mix your audience. Think feel until action visit puck. Creations dot com to find out more before you deduct. Let's all go very present. Guest dean oliver to transfer his knowledge using empathy. Experience and skill will dig into the pasta little later but the infidel please about who you are is definitely. I am a newfoundlander. A canadian by birth and a newfoundlander by inclination My profession is history. And i work Happily for the country's largest most visited museum in my current capacity is the senior director for research and cheek curator a live in the suburbs of all not in ontario in in central canada and Most of my my past studies have been in the areas of history political science. That's where most of my publications reside but Linked in of late has given me the opportunity to write a little fiction and to write little poetry. And just have some fun with words. Which i do professionally everyday but but don't often get to purely for fun at other venues that's how you encounter going another it is indeed. It is I will very grateful to you for sharing stories in the last maybe two. Free story Storytelling with pucks. They captivating and i've been reading more From you recently leaving. Today's will add you'll vast knowledge and different areas that you work in january. Blame my mind So i'm very grateful to have here Speaking to be took some of my questions today thinking about this. I was asking myself i might as well ask it to. Where do i even start because as somebody who does which focuses in the areas that you focus on my question is everything has a post i read that you told an fanny recently about the afghan mall does the look on about that right now and there was even more going on about that. The actual was taken place when when you put on the exhibition. So how'd you choose watts to exhibit what to re such a win to exhibit or we could buy the rest of the the packers just with me. Henson two percents of that question which is on Well in a first thing i would say is that there's you know there's a process in in our institution in all institutions for picking. What story should do choosing stories.
When Yukon River Chum Stocks Collapsed, Donated Fish Came in From Bristol Bay
"This summer saw some of the worst runs on alaska's yukon river but bristol bay processors have been enjoying great runs and donated fish to alaska native tribes along the yukon river kyi. Uk's olivia egberts reports. You're going to write the number of fish on this label. that's tanya ives. She's packing up chum. And kim salmon to be distributed to villages along the lower yukon river bristol. Bay processors sent the salmon too. Quick pack the only fish processing plant on the yukon. This donation is about twelve thousand. Pounds of salmon. Quick pack is splitting it up. Between ten lower yukon river villages the yukon river has seen its. Worst summer chum. Salmon run on record that means the commercial. Fishery is closed and puck can't sell salmon this year subsistence. Fishing for chum. Shook is also closed and many people along. The river have not had a taste of the fish yet. This season with puck voted the salmon community to community we down thousands of pounds of frozen fish a tender boats lowly motors up the cold rainy yukon. At the helm stands captain darren jennings saving delivering salmon to the villages is new to him in previous years. It'd be picking up commercial. Fisherman's fresh catch and taking it. Back to quick. Look we dock in saint. Mary's workers from all gotcha and undressed ski. Tribes the fish into their pickups and then drive them to households all evening a woman inge bay from saint. Mary's is grateful to have at least a bit of fish. We got to right now. I have them dying out. So i can can them with little opportunity for subsistence salmon. Fishing her grocery bill has gone out. her husband. walkie says they'll have to try for other species of fish to get them through the winter in saint. Mary's i'm olivia egberts.
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"Inspired by the lines from africa. Wrong with that. I like to give each and every one of you to permission to raw to let it all out. Like i'll play focused worry buried. Thank you so much rory wants over with. I hope you feel at least a little more powerful. Don't forget listen to gently. God's wonderful podcast power to speak the guests and stories on there are magical. Took it of making magic words. Here's a story from puck. Creations fall fall away the new creature we know today as frenetic a friend. Antica early to in good forts every morning at your wall which is known to us as four. Am frenetic oh would away. That would take them. Today shed where they would use the five hundred to lift weights wall street tainting on their free necks. of course they would retain eight in the opposite direction. Too soon. ought to become these. We've exercise complete day would enjoy a fat ball which is in great importance for energy for out the day as we know day would wash themselves in an fine a. day would float underneath dead desk to start by the timeline came around. And that's roughly eight. Am to us. Threats to go would have completed between seven thousand and ten thousand asks without stopping frenetic wolves a mauve daybreak records and everybody wanted to know about frenetic methods as day.
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"Day a winter As a result i winter. It's because i love fits because it is just it is the most role and beautiful thing. Because what you're seeing will never be seen a game because that moment i mean unless recorded let like in terms of live theatre even if it's a run they will always be different nuances on different nights so the night did you go. It is literally. It's your shaw. And so a winter improv. Show and i fell in love with improv. When i saw somebody be a human rubik's cube at pontiac has british. Wow and i was like i'm done. I love this. I wanted and so did the training course the advanced training costs with dame and then i auditioned in was lucky enough to offer not to join the troupe of improvises and we got up to the most amazing amount of mischief. We did shows almost weekly did rehearsal almost weekly and we did some festivals. We went to my biggest and craziest. Bit of improv. Was a thirteen. Hour improvised soap. Opera raise funds for charity. I was a half elf like does and so we would have a fifty minutes episode and entertainment ad break at the end so we could russell stage throw food heads desk boston's if needed xetra nossa. Right what have we done for plot because the beautiful thing about long form impels if it story crafting like on steroids in the moment. Because you can't just hunt off in a two-minute site in a two minute scene like you've to you. You have to croft a narrative. Move over the course of x. Hours and take people with you and it. It is just amazing. It's one of the best life skilled teaching lesson vehicles that i've ever come across. Which is why. I love it and use it and more. Teach people about it because even this last year because of my ability to view the world through improv is i've been able to navigate it differently as they battle. Worst just different. Gay too many more about that for me. The big thing is one of the biggest tenants of improv. As the and stuff which a lot of people know of one of the things that people don't think about is you've got to be one hundred percent present in the moment. You cannot even think one sentence ahead because i'm gonna stuff up the scene if i'm thinking about something and i'm not listening to you active so i have to be one hundred percent prison in the women. Does that mean. I have the ability to think ahead. Of course it does. It doesn't mean. I'm not a planner but when you can live hundreds in prison in the moment and find all wonder joy surprise and delight in that time. Despite what's going on around you you are able to navigate things easier foster and have a foster bounce back in trumbull wamba moments as i call them when we get knocked down we can jump back up again a lot quicker and a lot easier and there in lies. Some of the big magic other big thing is a shift from me to we so if we're on stage in a scene together it's my job to make you look good and it's your job to make me look good. I have to say if we were onstage in to you'd have a very difficult but i'm sorry keep price i can teach you things But the the beautiful thing about that. Is you park your agenda. You park your ego. It's gone and once again it's back to being one hundred percent prison that limits and we're working together it's us against the wolves so to speak and so when you can use that especially the hundreds imprisoned in the moment stuff you can on the roughest of rough days still find all wanna joy surprise and delight in the smallest thing like on the roughest of rough days a lovely couple of something can beat that moment of joy a wondering too. If you've lucky enough to have a gun woke outside sia bumblebee. I'm a big fan of booms love the bumble agents and sir like that can bring you a moment of joy of having a stressful thing or a bird or heavy session of come out of and i just need to decompress woke assigned bumble friend benno friend and i've just given that little bit of extra back into my tank versus removing from the very closely resembles. I'm a big fan of meditation. I do a lot of meditation guided meditation and the coin. That people will picture as the more common versions of meditation where you sit in a room silent and breath. I doing that kind of stuff. But it's interesting when people have ultimate about meditation before. Now i company dude. I can't see even just do nothing. Okay that's fine because organization is really about to me is everything you have just explained. I think the actually what you dislike with input from what you've described with going out tendency in the bubblegum as you call. It is a it to me is a former tation. I know that you often postal nickname. I see absolutely love images of nature and beauty and to you ducts. also a form of meditation. Can you tell us a little bit more about that. And how old links together. Yeah absolutely so for me. I love beets so take a beat. Okay let's do that. This is probably a good moment to remind you that you're listening to the playful for serious reasons worry berry. We've had a lot of fun with lego and office play chat already but as we take a beat. We'll talk about what's coming up. We'll be will share some more stories including an inspirational piece about an extremely hard part of his life yet. We'll still law. Floats will find out where where he spends. His time will have a s- louis puck. Creations have before any of that. Let's listen to a dear friend of the show. Who really gives her guests the power to speak. Jackie god makkari ativity at its best. It's a real exploring. It's surprising journey. Creativity is just the the antidote to insanity and is productive original. Supposing answers inspiring stories motivational educational inspirational. Wise words with power to speed the podcast. Find us on your favorite podcast platform or watch on youtube cheap at power to speak the podcast with me. Jackie gordon and it comes back to the performing arts background of if you think about in a scene on a stage or even in a film when the stops talking it doesn't stop so they take a beat sometimes. It's to remember. They line invited were there. Sometimes it's intentional. Beaches there to build me wants to build it. Sometimes it literally just to go and take a breath take a beat and so if you think about the fact that coming briefy circling back to the hustle. Cultist gaga gaga..
Barry Carter on His Biggest Influence in the World of Poker
"Who would you say is your biggest influence when you entered the world of poker williams's Well known as in the states which is funny. Because he's american but you know the puck come and take suggests he may. I've heard the name. I don't know if i could pick out of a lineup. Thyroid opinion just as the greatest commentator whole time He is an american poker player but he he kind of. He really made a name for himself in the uk and ireland he. He commented all early shows late night. Poker in the the most Solve foundational exactly the voice of late cocoa tv shows and When i got into the reason why is good is because he's very infused attic kind of guy anyway but he plays the he kind of plays the full of it and he asked lots of very naive questions as if he doesn't understand what's going on but what he's actually doing a stand in for the audience is asking the questions he knows. The audience wants now because the truth is like very few people know more about jesse might He is an absolute scholar of the game. A great historian of the game. And i suspect he's actually a much bad play of the lesson because he strategically always knows the writing things to ask. So when i first got into the puck medium at the really. Wasn't anybody around. That had been doing any kind of polka media. Work of any note ban and jessie mae was one of the only ones and yet. Just jesse j definitely jesse nice game is. It's a real shame. The is actually not as well known in the states as in the rest of europe. Maybe that's why we like him so much. He's kind of like one of as from the from the
A Working Prototype of Apple's AirPower Is out in the Wild
"Here's a closer look. At apple's cancelled airpower. Wireless charger a working. Airpower prototype has emerged. Ooh what a slick little find. Obviously apple probably does not want this thing on ebay wherever the heck it happened to be posted they like to keep that stuff close even those prototypes every so often. You'll see like an iphone prototype papa from a previous generation which was some sort of a developer version or model with early software on it. Ucs stuff happened will. yeah now. This product was cool about is never materialized into a final form. It was one of the rare rumored apple products that Got cancelled right What i mean right. Now as far as wireless chargers go. Just just just a refresh my memory here. You have the mag safe little puck and you have that folding floppy thing as well but you never got a real airpower yet. no where. It's like a charging matt for all three. But you've course nice. You have some third party stuff which aims to do something similar but either way now you have a relic now. You have a a little museum item over here and it also has gotten torn down by giulio some petty a twenty eight year old from italy. He says he's been able to purchase a prototype. Air power unit from chinese e-waste sources. The unit lacks all of its exterior housing and shows this beautiful in heavy. Stainless steel chassis says some petty. It does look very apple ish and it goes to show that they came close to it. I mean this is obviously not the final design. But it's it's figured out. Yeah so since that. it's a physical
How Podcasts Are Taking Off in China With Louisa Lim of 'The Little Red Podcast'
"I'll put the little red podcast has been going for five years now. We just had our fifth anniversary. And i remember when we started it. We actually wanted whether there was even space for another podcast on china because at that. Time is one podcast seneca which seemed to be the massive podcast. This'll grand old daddy of podcast been going to such a long time and we did think. Is there any space for anyone else in the field but we will give it a go and see how it goes now. Of course we've seen this kind of explosions. He said precaution. China i think a long time the put costing about china was also exclusively in english. Now another thing that we see is a lot off interest in chinese language. Podcasting about china's. You know those kind of audience that you can get doing chinese-language costs it is crazy. So i think you're all these different opportunities opening up and jihad also showing. The puck costs on china reaching different audiences. Ours was always quite nowadays. Focused at academics. And journalists policymakers people with kind of very deep interest in china. But i think we're also seeing that General audiences more and more interested in all kinds of china contact and podcast is just. It's the perfect. Delivery system isn't
How To Get More From Your Workouts at Home or Outdoors
"For me. At the time. I was like my training has to be heavy and it was like. It's not a workout unless it's heavy and that's what the bobble kind of provide the bob elders. Just a simple way for you to add a lot of load to some very basic movement patterns like you take a dead lift. It doesn't get more basic than a dead lift right. It's the simplest movement you can. you can do doesn't think doing like technically well rod. Anyone can do it whether or not. There's like bobble aficionados out there that can you say that yes but in any case had to be heavy so i was trying these guys in the park and so obviously i didn't have. I didn't take barbells to the puck. I'd kettlebells but so i'm like well i made like white like it's got to be heavy for these 'cause cleaning like for Eighty kilo male five reps of kettlebells claim with sixteen kilos. Just isn't really that hot. So it's like one hundred twenty full-color kettlebells fuck. I need to thirty. Two's so i had in the car had parasites twelve sixteen four twenty twenty four. Thirty two two beautiful. You'll set up. It was nice at the box. The boxes that they went. And everything and i would have the guys do a lot of simple movement patents double kettlebells deadly if double kettlebells squad claim double bell push press you know. I was trying to apply what i was doing with my credit bob. Bill type training. I shouldn't say that because it was. Let's just say it was bobby trying 'cause it's given the wrong impression of cross-fitters and trying to apply that to the pock situation the same patents and using load and intensity as the metric that is creating the training stimulus for them. And i i look i look now at what i'm doing and i'm training people who are way more capable than those fuck rodney. Most stronger mobile like lasi more athletic and not all the people. But most of them. And i i can kick their asses with one twelve kilo kahlil bell in a way that i couldn't get close to with two twenty four to thirty two kilo. Kettlebells back then
Cookie Coach - The Foundational Strategy - Orchid Bertelsen Head of Digital at Nestle Talks Virtual Humans and Alexa Projects - Voicebot Podcast Ep 217 - burst 08
"Is we didn't start with a digital human being at the time that we really looked at identified. The problem said ra will. How do we solve this. It'll humans were even on my radar. So what we did was. We had a north american voice. Workshop is at the time coming off of goodness rolling all right well voice adoption of wasting seizures taking off so we as brands use understand. What is our audio signature. How do we sound to consumers right. If you don't have the jingle lay. When i say pockets you're seeing hot pockets in your head ray in. That's not true across all of our brands so as we saw the rise invoice we are. We need to have some kind of audio strategy when it comes our brands this beyond just having radio or you know streaming radio whatever it is and we have this workshop way dentist came up with voice strategy and said are a you know here is where a toll house is. Uniquely positioned to provide the solution to the consumer in articulate. That very clearly is that so important so many times. There's a problem brand. Say there's a problem consumers want a solution and the reality have to step back and say okay great solution but do they want a solution from us equity very strange and inconsistent Brand plays so. So that's all strategy foundational strategy. Work that had to be done and at the end of that process you took about a year are going through all of this rich customer service data because we recorded out forty four forty five thousand hours of phone conversations coming into our call center every year if you were to listen to all of those calls twenty four seven not a year and a half got in size in order to help us build this experience in at the end of the process. The one in the layering solution was voice skill. But as i mentioned voice skills and the experience of discovery install engage and reengagement is still full of friction and we knew that we needed a multi modal experience. I wanted to be web based. Because i i didn't want to maintain multiple versions of a skill that all had to be updated across different platforms. So we took him be. It was probably a two month break between the end of the strategy project and when i was introduced as machines and they actually reached out to me in my inbox. I don't normally engage with cold emails. Not not because it's a principal or anything but most of the time like the timing is off or maybe they don't truly understand you know what i'm looking for. As kate here's something web-based highly aesthetic ratios the future of voice. Very ios. an another analogy tend to use his is escape where the puck is going right. Don't follow the puck on in so it's very well. We're going to be early. When cookie coach was launched were the first food and beverage brand. Globally that have launched a digital human As we said we're going to be early but we're gonna take the learnings from goodness and you know what they were planning. A flying in the ground in terms of focusing in competing on consumer experience and this is a way as relevant to the brand that we can do
Lightning Eliminate Hurricanes, Advance to Cup Semifinals
"Tampa Bay goalie Andrei Vasile Leschi stopped all twenty nine shots he faced as the lightning shut up the Carolina hurricanes to nothing one in their second round series four games to one after a scoreless first period Brayden point would score on the power play early in the second period to put the lightning up one zero Ross Colton would add the insurance goal for Tampa Bay midway through the third period after intercepting a puck at center ice in scoring from the left circle Alex a W. which made twenty three saves for Carolina Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
Cizikas' OT Goal Lifts Islanders Past Bruins 4-3 in Game 2
"Casey Cizikas his breakaway goal at fourteen forty eight of overtime gave the islanders a four three victory over the Bruins in game two to even their second round playoff series at one game apiece since he gets picked up a loose puck that bounced off Bruins forward Charlie Coyle skate and beat goalie to Carrasco high stick side to end it you're just trying to the right things in overtime in the right spots in I was lucky enough to you know that puck the pop off into the middle there and give me an opportunity to hi to get the own Josh Bailey Kyle palmeri and John Gabriel Pageau all scored in the islanders three goal second period oil put the Bruins up one nothing after one Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand scored in the third the fourth so T. Gethin Coolbaugh Boston
Ep 50: The Church of Englands influence over education [TEST]
"One school that. I were attacked. They were little pads. On each table. Prayer jelly babies and samantha. Sorry jedi baby or all these types of things get into children and make it difficult for them to kick against the and they want to be good and they to go along with that and they want to believe that these things are true. Listening to pursued fifty of the national secular society podcast produced by the puck. If you many adults today that they would send their children to touch england's school they would probably say yes. Cb schools are often well established and have a reputation for providing high quality education often to. They're the new up shoot in commuting distance. But it's the influence of the church of england along with tila strokes and other legislation is always so benign. The evidence presented in two reports recently published by the national secular society suggests otherwise in particular syndicates that in recent years the church of england has been quietly gaining greater influence over state schools. Even those that are not fiscal. One of the nss is reports on. This topic is entitled. Religiosity inspections the case against faith-based inspections of states it studies the impact of mandatory inspections on pace goes by sponsoring religious group and presents the key arguments polishing such inspections. One of my guests on this episode. Matthew hill contributed to this report. My guest chris. Elway rachel
Renovations Put Seattle Hockey Arena Closer to Zero-Carbon Goal
"Seattle crack and will join the national hockey league. This fall when the puck drops on their home ice. It'll be inside a stadium. That's designed with more than hockey goals in mind seattle's old keyarena was recently renovated and it's been renamed. Climate pledge arena by amazon which acquired the naming rights the name highlights goal set by amazon and more than fifty other companies becoming carbon neutral by twenty forty the arena itself will be carbon neutral much sooner. There's a lot agree momentum and opportunity to have meaningful impact here. Logan gerkin is with mortensen. The firm renovating the arena. His team improved the buildings energy efficiency and replace systems that ran on natural gas with electric. And so this encompass changes in all of the kitchen cooking facilities boilers hot water. Heaters air handling units even the zamboni that smooths. The ice is now electric. As a result the arena can be completely powered by renewable energy to compensate for any emissions that remain the arena will purchase carbon offsets and while hockey fans may hate zero points on the scoreboard. Zero carbon is a goal worth shooting for.
Golden Knights Surges Past Wild for 5-2 Win to Take 2-1 Series Lead
"The golden knights scored five consecutive goals to beat the wild five two in game three and claim a two one series lead after the wild scored twice in the first they had a potential third goal called off after review showed it was offside the golden knights took over from there including a pair for their captain mark stone we got a fortunate challenged was outside and then ten minutes into our you know five five ten minutes in the second period we got a couple big saves it was a two and then we tried to call the game not totally really well gosh what you're going to transition the puck well and that's what led to our offense Patrick brown William Karlsson and Reilly Smith also got on the board for Vegas Ryan Hartman jewelers next scored the goals for the wild game four is Saturday night Kevin foremost Saint Paul
Smith Scores in 2nd OT to Lead Bruins Past Capitals 3-2
"Craig Smith capitalized on a momentary lapse by capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov to score the game winning goal five forty eight into double overtime to give the Bruins a three two win and a two one series advantage Smith grabbed a loose puck behind the net and wrapped it around the left post in in before Sam so not could get back into position after attempting to play the pock Brad Marchand's goal midway through the third for so cheap Taylor also scored into Carrasco made thirty five saves for the Bruins Alex Baskin and Nick dowdy Ted go ahead goals in the second for Washington Geffen Coolbaugh Boston
Strategy Execution Results: Get in Gear Sean T. Ryan -
"Pretty good year here. It's just gotta clean. It's gotta to be whatever the case and it just works all the way through and and it's just find brilliant so let's just go right into right right right. I gear right. That's the first gear right right right here. Getting the right right. Let's what is what is right right right. What is that first gear. How does it connect to strategy. Let's talk about that real quick. Absolutely right right right is about having the right people in the right roles with the right capabilities and and so you know the the idea that you can have a strategy but without the right people it's going to be really hard to execute and if people don't have the right capabilities It's going to be hard to execute that strategy Or if you've got you have good people when We we knew we. We knew that we had this opportunity. We had just gotten into Refreshment putting the m you know in the plastic bottle water you know back in like nineteen ninety four ninety five and we could see that business taking off at that particular point in time coca cola and pepsi. Were not in the bottled water. Business business was just too small right but we also knew that there was a at the time with with our with our growth. We knew there was a point in time at which they were going to jump into the bottled water business and we also knew that we didn't actually have the talent to be able to compete against them effectively especially in in our leadership levels. And so you know right people in the right roles with the right capabilities. We knew we needed to go. Recruit different people who fit our strategy number one and number two who were gonna fit our values and our values around honesty integrity teamwork building respect The that were absolutely critical to us providing the leadership to our team that we were anticipated. We were going to need to have that five now. We we didn't know it was going to be five full growth over seven years at the time That that really just kind of happened but it happened because we did get. We did realize we needed a different capability of of leaders a previously. We had hired talent Pretty much off the street. Just technical-functional talent technical-functional talents important but leadership capabilities were hugely important. And so we had to really re gear and rethink. Who do we need to have on our team. How do we go find those people. And then how do we recruit and select them to be on the team to get the talent that we needed to be able to enable that success. Okay so something you say in this book right. Nobody exactly this way. But i'm gonna say you hire to the values. I mean you you hired to the values you'd because i think it's so easy to do in and by the way i appreciate. How much of a big fan. You are michael porter. Because i love competitive advantage and so i love that about you Just one thing. It's not the only thing. I i'd love several things about you but i think hiring values is something that we don't do very a at least in my experience. Coaching businesses is that. Sometimes we try. We're so focused in hiring this great talent that we're not hiring to our values of company in nor do we really know clearly what the values are our company and us us a pretty great questions here. You know what we stand for what we believe. In what are the broad boundaries. You want people to play within enable us to execute a strategy. I think those are really fundamental questions that every business needs to ask right up front. I agree a hundred percent in the way. I would describe it a little bit. Jay is i think there's always a gap in an organization between where you are and where you want to be in. We talked a lot about obviously strategy to houston results. We're talking about the business strategy. How do we position ourselves in the marketplace to be successful but to me. It's it's really kind of that strand of where do we need to be. And how do we need to get their. What's that business strategy. That gets us to that as wayne gretzky would have said you know. I don't skate where the puck is ice skate to where the puck is going to be. That's that's really. The essence of strategy is skating delaware. The puck going to be the. That's the business strategy. But i think there's an intertwined strands of dna with business strategy which we call the cultural strategy. What's what's the culture of the organization that we need to have is going to enable us to execute that business strategy and culture starts with the values. What are we. Stand the the questions that you've posed there. What are we stand for. What are we believe. In what are those widest parameters that. We want people to play within. What were those are values and you know there are some that are i think they should be they. They may not be but they should be almost universal honesty and integrity respect and by respect. I mean deep respect Not just respecting respecting people for who. They are for the diverse. You know background that they bring to the table respecting them as human beings in and trust and trustworthiness i think are universal but but then there's some that can be particular to an organization based upon their strategy. There there are some organizations that have to be absolutely cutting edge innovative right constantly thinking outside the box and then there may be other organizations where it's not about the most innovative you know cutting edge bleeding edge organization but you have to have incredible continuous improvement. We're getting a little bit better tomorrow. And then again day after it again the day after is the key to success will depending upon those those valley. What you need to be successful does drive some of the component of the values of the organization right right and then that drives who you need to look for. Do you need to look for people. Who reminds her. Just you know. They're buzzing all the time and they are the cutting edge bleeding edge creators ordinary people. Who have that continuous improvement mentality. And so the business strategy drives the cultural strategy which drives who you need to go find to help you execute that strategy again. You know you. i'm going to quote you again. You said Critical issues to be clear upfront. About what values. Your organization needs to support the execution of your strategy.
Avalanche Top Golden Knights 2-1, Close in on 1st in West
"Colorado was out shot thirty seven twenty one but slipped past the golden knights two to one the game winner came in the third period when JT Compher tapped the puck in at eleven thirty three with the victory the avs pulled within two points of Western Division leader Vegas keeping alive their hopes for the division title and the presidents trophy Colorado got a huge contribution from rookie Alex new hook who assisted on both goals well Philipp Grubauer turned aside thirty six shots I'm Bruce Morton
Stars Keep Playoff Hopes Alive With 5–2 Win Over Lightning
"Joe pawelski had two goals and two assists the stars one for the first time in six games five two over the lightning obviously we have to be desperate tonight with a lot of good things early on we got pucks behind for checks you know we we controlled play out where it gave a specific feature the outcome gives the hurricanes are first division title since two thousand six and sets up an all Florida first round matchup between the lighting a Panthers rupee hits added a goal and two assists for Dallas which pulled within two points of national for the final central division playoff berth Blake Coleman and Alex parade belay provided to Tampa Bay goals Curtis McElhinney finished with twenty six saves for the lightning who were six oh one one in their previous seven games I'm Dave Ferrie
Control Your Own Success by Taking Advantage of a Global Economic Shift
"And you believe in and by the way i wholeheartedly agree with you that we are in the midst of a global economic shift can you expound upon this for fire nation. I'm going to share something. Tony said in the simplest thing but he said humpty dumpty broke and you put it back together in the same way and i sometimes like listening. We both appreciate tony baton partner dear friend but sometimes it's really deep what he says and sometimes it seems really simple but it really has more meaning is the world is completely shifted. And it's not going back to the way it was and what a world shifts that much when cultures shift that much when we go from in person to online virtual exponentially grows and technology from that continues to grow. We're not going back to the way we were. And that means there's a huge global economic shift happening and money is flowing from different people to to new industries flowing out of old industries into new. And i just believe that if we don't Wayne gretzky the skater. He's from canada. Originally played here in the states to one of the best skaters of all time hawking matter wherever you're listening in the world he was asked once Why he's so good at hockey or white. How'd you do so well or win another championship. He said some people unfortunately skate to where the puck was some people in most skate to where the puck currently is he said i got really lucky and figured out had escaped where the puck was going and i think if we don't observe that there's an economic and a global shift we're going to escape where the puck was aware it is and those that get to come out ahead are going to where the puck is going and that's why we'll scream for mountaintops. It's time to explore time to investigate. See were money is flowing. See what industries are growing. Where where. The revolutions. The breakthroughs the the category kings the ground swell the wave. And i think when you do that. It's not as difficult as you think. Because most people sit on their hands in times like these they wait for someone else to fix it and just like we're talking about if you wait for someone else to fix it. Someone else will own your
Aho, Hurricanes beat Blackhawks 5-2, Chicago eliminated
"Sebastian aho scored twice in the second period on the way to a hat trick in the hurricane's fourth straight victory five two over the Blackhawks Dougie Hamilton martini H. S. also scored while the canes were building a four nothing lead I hope capped his night by beating Patrick came to a loose puck in scoring an empty netter at eighteen forty four I'm trying to make you know every should matter and you know just they make every play make the right plays on the ice and yeah but obviously my lime it's helped me a lot this today and I'm just asking the hurricanes continue to lead the central division and overall standings by two points over Florida Chicago was dropped five straight and seven of nine to fall out of the central race on the ferry
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
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"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"He asks himself. He looks down at his top. There's read stuff all over it. is it know. surely it's just catch up. He thinks there was a strange smell though and the colors. Aw not quite right. How much did i drink. As he becomes more aware of his surroundings. He notes his half portion of chips. Lie in by his side again. He cries he still the skoll from the knife attack the last time he had a night like this. Meanwhile haiti to hold is all set for another party. Be at day or night. She is always ready. It getting onto seven forty am and usually sheet. I felt something by now. So she's worried but she still has faith. Finally there is a feeling like no of the smell. The gas the press of a button and ban. She feels it that energy. That's spark that she has been waiting for suddenly. She feels like she's on fire like she can take on the world. She knows that is not a good idea to burn announced. That's why have relationships never lost but the failing is so intense that she's not sure if she can stop us so only. The oven is in his usual place next to hang he enjoys it. They have similar ideas on life and get on. Well he does have a different outlook relationships whilst like haley he loves that initial spark. He's in it for the long haul. He has never managed to hold down a permanent relationship but it is really only that ends it sometimes. It seems like it's so unfair. His lost romance was with the sizzling priscilla. The potato but just as everything tongue golden. She left without saying a word. Some of the guys think it's because only rarely has evolved. Maybe he'll catch in on the cook. Just struck atm. And he's getting the clean of his life. Finally the floor is feeling very low. He is watching everyone around him seemingly so happy but it always seems like they are treading on him to get that he showed. Nobody likes him. The other guys always frozen foods him but was still the love of his life. Haley has never so much looked at him she. We seems to smell amazing. So why does she hung around volley much. He just comes on to stand it often. He wishes that he could be more like felix the fridge. He so cool and he is always waiting to open up and let things in phoenix's as usual just chilling. He likes to hang out. Booed coup kids but if the guys are honest they know that they just wouldn't be cool without him in fact just the other night he noticed just one of his best friends mandy. The buhl became very hot. Headed fetus. can't help but blame haley. He likes him because he likes everybody but he can never understand what she has to be such a bad influence. Monday's spent just one evening with her and he hasn't seen her since you've just been listening to the storytelling with podcast. We'll be back very soon so make sure you subscribe and catch up on any of the episodes you've missed..
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"Is the words visuals hughes important. Of course but Was still the current you know ideas the currency in the web and the will allow out the and you know i think to sell ourselves sometimes relationship what we're offering but anyway yeah i think so i think so too and what it is a little bit corny but unprofitable stuff that is say is is got some kind of cliche underneath it. So it's okay but but of them with these cliches and with east corny science when you look into this as some kind of truth behind him. There's a reason they're somebody put pen to paper with with these notes in in the first place so people are gonna want to find out how they can hire you to write. All of these kuni equites. Hopefully hopefully atypical of other. How you found it. I must say i. I think you start in this business. He's often freelance writing. So you want to show all your tricks and skills and all they do the whole kit and you know it's like a doubt that moves and it doesn't take long but you do let them very quickly just to simplify a nazi it's about the what rav in you know dwelling too much on the how i think the way i right now is the styles and times better than the work i did my early clients asking for a refund or at least the distance is where will finds me. Yes how people. So i'm i am casey some link ten and i've got website muscle copy and be lincoln. Nab a very easy to find all in all so yes. Thanks so much. Not last great. But i love the i love the modest of You know you can find me here. Wanna tell you. How many many masters on elected. I see Fortunately i know on on the internet. I think there's masters is an actor. Who's in some sort of draw american drama. And i was when i was sitting at my website. Remember thinking on samples ligo and fixed income so we give us actor. I think someone else's website now. Who's another masters who is saying are not the us actors so that that line was taken. But yeah i am. I am an actor a just act for. I'm an actor. kobe. Masters i love it. I on not wonderful. I think it's louis freeh. He says it's always get to end the puck. Hostile mazda We will we will stop but of course for those of you who are regular listeners. You will know that we will end as we always do with a story. A morning in kooks kitchen it's seven. Thirty am william. The worked up is just waking up. But he is not feeling his best. What happened happened loss night..
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"In those olive trees and the family history and we locked shown to the concrete outweighed over the abstracts and not completely agree. Yeah that's it that's it and so that's that's why. I think you probably were able to make your point about the lazy child without having to call them lazy. Because it's all about showing drills drill out the on online at the moment on television. It's called something like for those who need a good whole maker dutt so this guy had this great drill on and it was saying i remember seeing just the won't so my memory will play tricks For those people need to whole maker. And that's how. I describe a drill. You know. I don't know the names all the stuff. They just tapped into intimate. You know as you know. I thought they understand me. I want a homemaker Day no you don't sell a drill you sell a whole. I want to drill a hole and so it's just lovely copy. I thought you know the genius. So pastiche parody. I haven't seen it but it sounds fantastic. I actually say you're selling the benefit you'll selling is not clear what the end result is and i'm the same as you. I'm no idea. When i i wouldn't know the different types of jubilee soul term actually issue to lobby was science now stepping up close over but but yes. So you're what you're selling the benefits. I would like to make you as well but actually takes me to something. I noticed on when i do the ultra little bit of research. It's a very very small. No you do doing great with these. Podcasts live listen to the last few weeks museum such wonderful momentum and i love how different the people are so wonderfully diverse and just in terms of people's backgrounds and their storytelling listened to kayla. Conley read has stuff about her child in jamaica's lovely guarantee. Gal very just talk about the seventies and ready so powerful writing wasn't and then you under thought great guns the moment. You must be ready delighted. I am thank you. Yes and it's got nothing to do with me really. It's all to review and the guests dot com on. Just ask you questions and coach parental stories which which is allowed to coast. I appreciate that but but but what. I was a little bit of research. That i did anew. And you you were mentioning earlier. The the line in you said was the line on the jersey it against nato makers the need homemakers and not what words you remembered from the advert. You didn't explain to me fully visuals of the advert or anything like that. Until you purely for about the words and how they resonated with you and some things that i noticed i think it was on your linked info was that you said the visuals get noted and you can finish the sentence. Yeah but yeah. It's the couple of company that gets quoted. Yes clearly that long time ago. Some people claim to lie. So there's things isn't it say well. Hey tip. I think although it's ever coney ryan i think the truth there that you know we forget how important actually what we're selling..
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"You know i'm trying to pick up on this. The teachers problems in their everyday frustrations komo nastassja the my client stories. Not so that's often the lead in rarely. Yeah that makes a lot of the accident quite similar to what i. I can't speak for. Angie but yes a- sometimes working with the stories themselves and we use in the client stories to connect them with deb audience and their clients but what we will do is exactly what you mentioned that we're working with the pain. Points off declined. What exactly is troubling moment in time until we can connect what. Stay till deadlines the icons need because one case naming names Sometimes clashed last rival rules. That they've won can be ready persuasive in some ways but many ways the use of the product doesn't give a stuff about the clients boyd about the fat. That's something that frustrates nicole. Savannah that day. And so that's the story. They're interested about gently. Swayed them to maybe slightly changed the style of writing about a particular award or something on those lines. A great question to shut down. So it's it's tricky. I am in the game full. I've been the game. You four and a half years now. So i feel a lot more Experienced a doesn't it so in the early couple of years. When you disgraceful for work you'll you'll I've got a great a better handle on not dealing with clients the best content. The best copy is collaborative as you have you know. You don't throw content as long as paying invoices being so addressed quickly. I feel a lot more confident. Nomination say was this what you want. And they get context dependent because sometimes are trademarks awards. And all the rest of it. So it's always interesting i mean it's a perennial question is pro nail struggle. I think full yes. Agencies likes muscles no is the client roy is customers is very very complicated. Isn't it isn't when we're speaking to all kinds often. We try and maybe we're giving away too many secret. I'm giving away to secrecy but we we try and help them to understand that when we're writing the we are not writing for them that we all writing for their audience and then we One of the things that we often do. Is i ask them whether they governed by something i make and they go into a hardware shop to buy to buy a rail at an ikea so if you into a hardware shop to buy drill.
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"We've mentioned today and What will linked to him at the In the show notes of this podcast because he's the person with a investigating fervor but he is very much his his storytelling is off the cuff. And he hires. Yeah yeah and he has. He actually says himself. He says he has a. He has an internal library so so dependent on the situation of the he will know which story to take out of the library unto. Read a at the right time can oj. Boxers you know. Yeah that's it. That's exactly it but if i'm interested about that this is also something. He teaches his client so that when they are written the coin of situations where maybe trying to sell something that they understand how to use environment and the stories around them to connect on a deeper level with whoever. It is speaking to something which i try to do as well. Nowhere near as well as andrew. But i also think that from a writing point of view. This is what both of us is. We have a little bit more time than and so we can search a bit deeper into the library in and get reference points and speak to the librarians pointless in the right direction research. The you find that when you're writing for your clients that stories are a major part of that. Writing and stories are how you can connect with your audience when you use. Different methods is depend on the context rate in the client's Depends on the konta erasing. I sometimes i. I really enjoy sometimes. Intervene people for trade magazines and then writing their life stories enormously rewarding not be great fun. I'm a lot. Stuff are at frederick Technology education technology works in classrooms Over education marketing and so A lot the stuff. I'm writing is of the analytical. Oil almost bridging. I one of my phrases of bridging the gap between educators innovators. So it's you know it's trying explain how things work all trying to make them seem less abstract concrete so i might sometimes some day in the life of a particular software product to some things just a real mixed nuts. It's not i mean. I'm sure ants in the sense of israeli complicated. Sometimes we tell stories. But we just we. I m by briefly we without you know connects with the rita. Obviously you you. You pick council pain points and problems than you solve them saying in a Brocha for a product. That doesn't make sense. And i think we we probably working in quite similar ways so stories often come through in what i'm doing for clients and they. They are an important part but actually the result of those stories. And what you're touching when you're telling stories are so important to for what you're doing you're explaining things stories can help to explain and sometimes you need to understand what the end result is going to be but also why it is. You need to use a particular method. Methadone jail particular piece of technology or a particular product etcetera. So i imagine not those kind of thoughts come into your head coach before you down. Because i i suspect you of doing some of the things in the sense seal of much picking on your client stories which i do sometimes but a lot of the time sean. Pick it up on the raiders story saw and you know writing often full teachers will writing products are aimed to help teachers..
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"Ob it call be charities journey there so you know it's like when you look at any sort of great artist she. She felt she wasn't happy. She wanted to finish felt she was neglecting. Not hunger in itself. I think all artists just have this hunger. They caught not produce stuff and i. That's what holds me back is i'm copy. Just churning out some stuff linked to the and stuff clients most office connections that they can't put scratch into it. Is i agree with that. By the way well done on a hook you'll get in order to get in some of the royalties mentioned Sweetly in the back you know. So what's lovely lovely. I feel like money would be better mentioned his night. Serb marash stephanie. When we're asked to do stuff exposure tonight the second baby. But what. I love about what i love about that story is i should say there is not. It's each There's something where we always producing some the always trying to to mold into crossed upscale. Sounds like an amazing story but away go. I'm going to have to go and find it so realize fantastic. Great i think it for Novel happy. And i think she's got some great writing ahead of already because she's she's got the craft dire fantastic. You mentioned that you know you. You feel comfortable writing daily for clients. And i do as well. I love rights for clients and actually it gives me a frisbee on to create in that way every day i still have my love for writing fiction and nonsense most of the time. Do you have any kind of it. You talk you mentioned that you started some novels and you mentioned that you never quite finish them is that because the h. isn't or is that because something kills annoy i think if some states where my clients all abandon me maybe that's when the novel will get of sorts enough last year actually for my son and i started..
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"I mean you writes poetry of you. Got any so grunt embiid or not. I'm not sure i'd say. Have grand ambitions i. I did start writing a slightly different. Take a poetry book and they have done. I got to a certain point and then got busy. Abbas you say fell tired after work in writing for clients and didn't focus on the book and then almost forgot about the book so maybe this is encouragement to get back to it. So i wouldn't say necessarily have any kind of grand plan but i would enjoy. I think finishing something cause some point. I think it's true. Is you know when you look at some writers. You look at korea site. You go to roy a lot rubbish to write good stuff on. So that's pretty painful inch ready brave thing today because you know is a you know even just cook early shakespeare. You know his early stuff. Like tanaka's along is just melodrama. And it's his glimpses of gems but love is just to trash and then and then he produces things hamlet but we're talking about a long journey of lot. Righteous tried to bury their first novels because they're embarrassed by the tool biographical that to self revealing naturally. Already painful thing. Today i remind anyone successful rising fiction and tickets to publish because there is that period. But if you look at site at brown tail somebody they'd been writing all the old i they from the bronze age right major nine Reading about the bump tesa writing from the age of eight or nine for each other that they apprenticeship of like ten twelve years before they all of a sudden overnight because sensation. So it's a long journey really. I'm i feel very for rising nonfiction writing content for clients to be honest about education. It's interesting what you say about the overnight sensation. I think that expands beyond writing too often often goes into lots of different careers and people sometimes talk about overnight sensations of singers and actors and how it seems like they suddenly became the number one actor in the world and they get in the oscar. All orders be number one in the charts and occasionally it does happen especially with more modern things like xbox all of the talent shows but quite often..
"puck" Discussed on Storytelling with Puck
"You were talking about different kinds of voice in different styles of writing in different versions of copy. You wrote something today or on the when united you posted something today on linked in which i absolutely loved so. How often do your rights as you speak away which they sleep tim post because i personally about three years ago us. I got a nice option. And i thought you know you know these things move on so quickly nine. People don't say expect people on the on linked to everyday and so you know. Obviously we repurpose stuff. So i've got about three years ago when people nice about it and i know people come into the death. You must have comments about this three years ago but yes it was all about writing as you speak. And i'm just very interested in in the editing. And how we edit things things do sound like you speak Will it's very reasonable. I lost if i'm writing is it's a fine balance. Isn't it if people transcript of me speaking now it sound hopefully messy but we all know slate. You know good. Dialogue could scripts good news. Left is a lot of goes into isn't Hidden hidden office. The arts of concealing things from assadi says you know so decided the art of consuming artists. It's all about really. It's a beautiful in itself. And it's true and i was speaking to somebody recently where they asked me a question about. How do i cope with the idea of being constrained when i have to write something about a particular subject area will about a particular item. Am i have a very very quick deadline. That i have to get and my own. So was what i wrote at i. Am i right to almost anything and it can be complete nonsense. The skill comes later. I don't think i use these stealing them from you now but the the scandal comes later. You have to edit it and you have to then walk out well..
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"A lot wolf wellbeing and actually we need to entertain kids on engaged rather than just locked up before fog. Anyone now in schools teachers smoking teaches at the moment. Is you don't have to answer that. I'm happy to help each out. So this questions and i think the vegetation's very tricky and complicated invite. Let's go clearly but Teachers very how driven out with hyper accountability. Cena a blow to curriculum And technology's not helped in some ways you know e mails opened up making so accessible to parents so ending stuff. they're fighting in ways. That might never coped with an item. Have email when. I started teaching back in ninety seven so the world of of a teacher the day to day. Life teaches is a slow. I think that many teachers. But i'm watching the news and seeing the stories about the amount that you when you ever teach enjoy your colleagues half the do always makes me think that i would never want to go into that world because although i quite enjoyed teaching people and with the very small bit of knowledge that i have i like to pass on the idea of having to go through all of the bureaucracy would be hell for me so my next question based on is. Why did you teach them. I think the move raisins read. It's complicated and some things are so you know you move on from it ready but i think it is a slow and my dates day. Now is so much easier you know. The main focus days writing a blogs newsletters for clients am. I've wanted to meetings might top of the day with levin podcast like this'll In but it's a very simple whereas selena. Teaching is incredibly complicated. I've got my evenings batna my weekends. I read formal. You know. I get through far more fiction of the coast via mean. That's very telling how much more i read. These days. dourness teach Enough time for these things. The teacher stellian and she loves it but some i just wanted. It's nice also. Andrew phillips said the idea that you can reinvent yourself and i think the fatmaan different crazes is really interesting. It's nice to do something which is connected but also very different day-to-day makes a little sense and also you specifically an english teacher so that connection is even closer. I imagine and as you say which is kind of ironic in. Its own way. You weren't able to read quite as much when you teacher but it must help a lot when you speaking to customers and potential customers and trying to persuade them to high you that you've kind of done this all of your life. This has been your career to be able to write well with does. Does that influence your potential. If i think you know. I studied english university. I expect you become hyper laugh. How long were you become very aware of patents in language and so in a light yourself you get very good at spotting gun you know you can spot conventions of of different types of content and copy very quickly. I guess get sets of tones of voice and also having been a teacher. I'm able to get into the headstarts. Not a big imaginatively for me to think okay. What bothers teachers notify. Rices technical stuff Writing about at technology. And so i can get a feel for how that might actually help teachers in the classroom in the day today live so very closely aligned as you say that makes sense so the The level of empathy. That you need is a lot easier to reach to help them out..
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"Hated the way those. Lois are expected to do less well than the rest. He felt that teachers should be bishops. Every child the will stay at his life coast. It is fifty eight years of teaching those subjects chosen for him by wartime french english and latin along with history and greek for good measure. Nine turn went on his love of languages and went into teaching and so his wartime went on shake me and so back to the present. The pandemic will shape shelia sees coastlines. Young people today were right to worry about them. A much needs to be done by. Don't doubt that learning many of the lessons my father led to the privations of war. Thank you before we start in honest a little note to anyone who is listening for the first time or anybody who has forgotten my name. Is stephanie. I run puck creations and i am the regular host of this podcast. If the title storytelling with puck hasn't given its away. This podcast is all about stories like the brin. When you just heard from been we will share stories chat about stories and see how stories fit in with the business world. To of course we can do that without a wonderful guests. So i've said his first name a few times but let's thought by properly introducing ben mazdas. What a little bit about yourself. Yes oh. I'm a freelance writer. I write content and copay mainly in education. I was an english teacher. Full over twenty years could preparation for moving into writing. Stories rising content and clients. Still do tutoring to keep my hand in and i do Will compressing tation skills workshops in schools in the like but like yourself spend most my days chains my laptop. I'm typing stuff. I feel about practices funny because like yourself about locked home introverted and so Podcasts although i do want to civil way from my comfort zone i understand that feeling for people who have listened to some of the previous websites of this podcast day may have noticed to progression as i slowly become a bit more. You mentioned you mentioned that you were a teacher before you moved into into the world of freelance copywriting and you still stick close to the learning world and that came through also in story that you just read in the idea that it was passed down to you. The the love of teaching. You mentioned some of the things that your dad was really passionate about. Would you say that you have the same level of passion for things like tease for things. Like the way you explain with tea and sympathy covid and using the cane to get the message across. How would you say your teaching style relate so is completely different a great start in question. I think the world of education changed. I think in some ways my dad was head of his time because a lot more tin simply now mccain disappeared. I think in certain about maybe okay. My dad could have if he'd like. I think he did see his time. In fact betsy my my dot. I think she did. Cain might to. My cousins went to the same school with my dad was. The headmaster did actually catch him smoking and did not see cain them over all in all. My dad lives by staying sympathy ahead of his time because he believed in. You know the question of child centered approach and more sympathetic approach in seek. I understand. I think i was followed in those footsteps. But the world of education now's a little bit functions for kids I can't get back to dillon..
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"Is walking home from school one day in september nineteen faulting when he saw one of the first offer bums fall from the sky over london not too far miss house. He thought little of it at the time the next day he and his ten year old brother were evacuated. Hayward's that year old sister was sent to equal at the railway station when he first arrived people passed him and his brother by. We will little annoyed. They won't goals some say. The first casualty of war is innocence others the truth. But perhaps it's choice. My father wanted to study science hannibal's they was passion. He ended up studying french. English and latin from scratch. He loves football but the weren't any official teams joint. He and friends get to know about in scotland after school. He loved art art. Supplies were hard to come by and yet he looked back. Fondly on those times recalled the faction his school class chasing after their english teacher. Mr wilson along country lanes. They on foot the teach on his bike. Mr wilson would recite g k chesterton. Zabala did the white horse as the catch round breathlessly. Behind during those early years of his life hedgerows fails was where his entire world and fall from home but limited options and few luxuries he led some of life's essential truths he learned of. Life's on predictability the importance of play the hand. You're dealt the need to make to the need to get on with things. His actions reform by certain unspoken values an absence of entitlement akeem realization. That life could be worse and others have it foul worse than you never take anything too seriously least of all yourself. Nothing is ever as bad or as good as you think this the phone on. You never want to make a fuss indefatigably unflappable. He never lost his cool an important quality. I mentioned when in nineteen seventy three year. I was born. He became headmaster. Britain's law school at the time one of the first purpose built comprehensive. It's saint kevin's in kirby mosey side. It had over two thousand boys. Who's a tough job. A tough area but he fell in love with the place boys remember him wolf retain sympathy than his reliance on the cain one of his first changes has had was to get rid of streaming but she felt lowered expectations and encourage complacency..
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"I reminded that you're currently listening to the storytelling with puck. Podcast and our guest is the incredibly cleaned. Incredibly open shayna judgment fro the conversation. We have been speaking about the sensitive subject of our eliza naval experts on this so please do not construed as conversation anyway as medical advice. If you need support please get in contact with. Be so alcoholics anonymous. All a medical professional compensation continues to talk about serious subjects such as this and we dig deep into a story about mental health. Please consider stopping it. If you do not feel able to listen to something like this right now. If you decide to continue you will also get listen to some laughter. Escaping traveling story and of course the traditional winds to any story tatum of puck podcast a tale from puck creations for now. Let's see what happened when shayna left. India it always quite different before we came back. It was not a little bit worried about. But i just so much. Welcome my mindset. While i was out that that i think oshane would would probably really want to sound flip about got quite stressed and over hands for wasn't in the back Will just deal with. It will deal with how. I feel when i get this night worrying about it now. We're not hung yet the whole the flight a whole different situation because we actually came back on. Wanna be You charter flights that the government on so it wasn't a normal flight total of covid so you have kind so that was a will a normal flight to own. Apparently somebody told me after may walls alcohol number. I mean bez a whole of the story how we got on that flight which would take forever. E kind of explains why i got on. That plane. fell ella sleep and just didn't speak the entire journey home because it was so for my take on kind of interest in when you say forever would actually take it. Could you give a.
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"Than you want to tell work or did you want to save nothing. No i was just going to say it's a good point on and I think there is Again you have as a brand if you defined your brand. Well they they should be a cool set of values underneath your brand which holds you run a. Nothing's really really important to you. Be important if you've done it well to your audience food that will also be know you'll purpose. And that will be the how the kind of strategy behind what she do. And there's lots of different factors that go into to build in the core of your brand but the idea as you say that one particular story resonates with every single different potential bio or even because your audience is much better than you buy. We went into right now to the people that you're speaking into he as you say it doesn't work like that and so sometimes you need to tell different stories from different angles now. You don't want to compromise your brand whilst you do in that you want to make sure that your values are still underpinning. Everything and often as we were coming back to that will comes down to feelings in interpretation stories. Which is why. I feel like your mind. Eleven story means Gem works on so many different levels at but obviously it's very very personal to you. So yes if you would like to read it. That would be absolutely amazing. I think our listeners would love to hear. Yes sure my nine eleven memories are alert. Icons me out. He stays louis when i think of and got the photos. Although sometimes looking down chris they were trae good violence happy times together their files that days tim stays with me. It's fresh in my mind. The small tv set up in his was turned on the news a horrific act of violence. That will end up shaking envir- world was unfolding before his there he is. He used to travel a lot of walking alone of your southie and that city which was now college and used to be one of his inaugural. She's i saw tears in his eyes. His feeble body was already a king and now is arts. No-one times i wanted to just run away. Lost be there and more than one of those levels. i couldn't stand seeing the shadow of the men. I adore looked up and saw affection iheart schools behind me what i have. Just lewis denied month. Naser i didn't get the chance to say i love you. I used to are cautiously. See him every time. I look for in other men now. I cautiously seek to buy choose to be on love myself.