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Paramedic unknowingly treated daughter in fatal crash - WGHP FOX8 Greensboro

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Paramedic unknowingly treated daughter in fatal crash - WGHP FOX8 Greensboro

"A Canadian paramedic unknowingly treated her own daughter in a fatal crash. Canadian paramedic Jamie Erickson, unknowingly treated her own daughter after a fatal crash north of Calgary on November 15th. She did not know until the end of the day that her patient was her own 17 year old daughter, Montana, Erikson's friend, and flight paramedic, Richard Reid. She found the girl who she had sat with in the back of the crumpled vehicle, keeping alive, so a family could say goodbye. And due to the extent of her injuries, was unrecognizable. Jamie unknowingly was keeping her own daughter alive. Erickson says that her daughter was able to donate her organs and of those organs. Two of them that were donated were lifesaving

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Mark Levin Warned About Democrat Redistricting Since January

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last week

Mark Levin Warned About Democrat Redistricting Since January

"Here it is This is from January 4th Of this year So this is from ten months ago Well before the election when the Republicans at the RNC when the Republicans in the state had plenty of time to prepare for this cut 6 go Now ladies and gentlemen there's something here I want to get to You know my wife Julie says people are getting too cocky about this 2022 election They keep saying Republicans are going to win They're going to win big Rather than saying she points out that we're going to win and win big We have to make sure we win and win big And it starts it starts with the rugby match And the rugby match is redistricting And our Friends over at just the news John Solomon listen to this headline Redistricting has so far given Democrats 6 seats ahead of the 2022 midterm election 6 seats Now follow me on this Because you're here for a reason The Voting Rights Act of 1965 And the civil rights division of the department of injustice led by meritless Garland His radical Marxist kook racist bigot who's the assistant attorney general heading the civil rights division And I don't use that phrase lightly I use it when it's true like with joy Reid but nonetheless She's in charge They've already challenged Texas They want to steal one or two seats out of Texas saying that Texas drew lines that are harmful to minorities What they really mean are not minorities but the Democrats And they are poised to challenge other states in half Because they're there not to ensure that the 1965 Civil Rights Act is actually enforced Properly and in good faith But to use it to create more Democrat districts

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MSNBC Fires Race-Baiter Tiffany Cross

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 2 weeks ago

MSNBC Fires Race-Baiter Tiffany Cross

"Did you see that the race lady got fired from TV, MSNBC? What are your thoughts? Love your program. I'm trying to get my cousin to start a turning point USA chapter. Well, thank you. You could do that at TPUSA dot com okay, so there is this host that he's talking about the race lady. There's two race ladies actually, Tiffany cross is one of them. And she has been fanning anti white hatred on MSNBC for years. She's had a weekend show for two years. And she's not as well known, nowhere near as popular as joy Reid, but she's worse. She is worse than joy Reid. And so Tiffany cross has been saying the most outrageous outlandish things on television for quite some time. And just getting away with it. And so this kind of goes through this theme, though, that there is a kind of growing genre, it seems. On weekends and, you know, kind of the lesser watched kind of portions of cable television where they just put these unbelievably extreme radical, critical race theorists believing post modernist post structural espousing anchors. And Tiffany crosses one of them. And so Tiffany cross from MSNBC has officially been fired,

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MSNBC Compares the GOP to German Nazis

Mark Levin

01:00 min | Last month

MSNBC Compares the GOP to German Nazis

"This is MSNBC You had this Jason Johnson Now you have joy Reid Go ahead I'm sure everybody minds You know I think there are some people who will just sit back and let it happen thinking it won't be that bad And that to me is almost more dangerous than the radicals Well I mean I'm not calling I'm not going to say that the GOP are Nazis at this point or whatever but it's certainly sounds very familiar to what happened in Germany which is a bunch of citizens stayed off Hitler gets a third of the vote Nobody thought it could happen there They kind of went along because they said he was going to solve the economy and fix inflation That's right Because you can hear those sorts of things And then lo and behold a few years later they lost their democracy and they're all like so ladies and gentlemen you see you see I'm not going to call them Nazis but it's certainly reminds me of Nazis and Hitler Because Hitler said he was going to solve inflation

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Democrats Are the Original Election Deniers

The Dan Bongino Show

01:08 min | Last month

Democrats Are the Original Election Deniers

"You've got joy Bayer on the view which I don't understand Why are all these joyless women named joy They are not happy They're not joyful Joy behar joy Reid they're angry bitter women But she was on the view the other day saying that if Republicans win it's because they cheat it I mean are they going to deny an election Is this the big lie we've been hearing about Are they dirty election deniers But you know Democrats are the OG is when it comes to denying elections I mean they made objections to the certification of 2000 2004 2016 presidential elections I mean they dragged us through this entire country through the Donald Trump through the mud about their made up russiagate sham just to try to get revenge on the man for winning But we know why they're freaking out We know why they are setting up the groundwork for losses Because that beautiful big red wave is coming But it's actually been here it's been here the whole time But they have chosen to hide it from you The legacy media and the pollsters They didn't want you to know that it's been here

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UK Supreme Court hears case for Scottish independence vote

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

UK Supreme Court hears case for Scottish independence vote

"Britain's Supreme Court has heard a Scottish referendum case Scotland's top law officer Dorothy bane has put forward a case for a fresh referendum on the country's independence to the UK's Supreme Court saying it's necessary and in the public interest The issue of Scottish independence is alive and significant one in Scottish electoral politics Independence for Scotland has been rumbling since the last referendum in 2014 where the Scottish public voted against it however following the 2016 Brexit vote lawmakers who lead the Scottish government say the case for independence is back on track the Supreme Court president lord Reid said it was likely to be some months before we give our judgment Charles De Ledesma London

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Why AJ Didn't Side With Tara Reid in Joe Biden Claims

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:46 min | Last month

Why AJ Didn't Side With Tara Reid in Joe Biden Claims

"I know some of you were a little shocked that I didn't take Tara Reid side in this whole Joe Biden sexual assault thing. AJ, what do you mean? Let me explain what I'm saying. I don't like girls who come out 17, 18, 19 years later and talk about their sexual molestation. That always will bother me. Okay? I just don't think I've been around women in my life that raised me and who I love who would have done the same thing. And I hope my daughter would never be the same way. I would teach my kid if somebody fucks with you, you get in your face, let somebody know right away, I don't care about the job. You get another job. You can't just let your life get ruined. 20 fucking 30 years later, you're still crying about getting molested, fuck that. Let down to go break his legs with a bat. I'll go to jail for you, but you'll be happier knowing I did that. So let me just say, I don't like girls who weigh 20 years. So that's the part of her, I don't think is especially credible. But I do understand that she told her mother, a neighbor, a brother, all these fucking people, and they all corroborated her story. You know, so I have to say, in that capacity, she's on to something. And unfortunately, her mother's gone, but the other thing is, you know, the fact that everybody is sticking up for Joe Biden and not looking into this is just the hypocrisy we live in. Believe all women. It was such a mantra during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. Everybody had to believe fucking, what's the name? Christine blasey Ford. We had to believe it, even though she didn't know the date, the time, the address, what happened with Doric him, she knew nothing. And all the friends she said could vouch for her said, no, I wasn't there. I don't remember that. But yet, we all have to believe her. This girl, Tara Reid tells her story, never, never missed a mark, told four or 5 people they all back it up. Only two, three years ago, we had to believe all women.

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TikTok Lawyer Offered Soros Money for Anti-Trump 'Propaganda Post'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

TikTok Lawyer Offered Soros Money for Anti-Trump 'Propaganda Post'

"This guy Preston Moore, apparently gets an email from a left wing group called the good information foundation. Now, the good information foundation has funded by Soros, it's funded by sort of left wing left wing money. And they're supposedly fighting disinformation, but as we're about to see, they're actually promoting misinformation and disinformation. And so they tell this guy that this is apparently something they sent out to a bunch of people. They tell president model pay him $400 if he makes a video blasting Trump before the before the November midterms. I instead funded by Soros, it's for Soros and Reid Hoffman another left wing money guy. So this guy Preston Moore says, in his video, he goes, listen, I want to tell you what they were trying to get me to do. And he goes, I want to start at the video by saying I'm not a Donald Trump supporter, so I want you to know where I'm coming from. And he says that the video, the message that he got from this foundation was very specific. And I want to just read a couple things. First of all, you have to use the words criminal conspiracy in connection with January 6th. Number two, you have to say Trump Republicans, not Trump and his allies, not Trump and his supporters. He says, you have to say, this is a quote attack on our country on America. So in other words, not an attack on the Democrats, not legitimate concerns about the election. He says, you've got to use the phrase maga Republicans. And he says it also says the guy who posts the notes that were sent to him make clear, this is ongoing and unresolved, not past and done. Just in case people go, well, it was regrettable. It was January 6th, 2021. Oh no, no, it's ongoing. And then it finally says show voter agency turn anger into defiance. In other words, get out the vote for Democrats.

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Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Tiffany Cross: We Have to Prepare for Actual Violence, Civil War

"I want you to listen to Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday She is a low IQ reprobate she has a platform given to her by Comcast For every week she gets on television and spews her hate in her poison In my view promotes violence As do most of the yent is on the view it's not entertainment Joy Reid another another bigot I want you to listen to this Tiffany cross on MSNBC yesterday Cut one go I mean you have millions of people tuning into a propaganda network every night And then as if that were not bad enough that's an extremist network itself You have these fringe pop up outlets You know from known to newsmax then you have the social media component That train has left the station There is no let's deal with the rhetoric At this point I do think we have to have serious conversations around preparing for actual violence People keep saying a Civil War is coming I would say a Civil War is here And I don't mean to be hyperbolic We can look at what has happened just in the past week alone since all this has happened We've had two people try to declare war with FBI field offices I don't think at this point we're going to all pack up our bags and go home and seeing kumbaya

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Brian Stelter OUT at CNN

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Brian Stelter OUT at CNN

"I have a piece of good news, a Brian stelter. Yes, that Brian stelter is out fired. At CNN. CNN made the announcement stelter is his show reliable sources is going to be canceled. The staff has been let go. And the final episode of the show is this Sunday. And look, one doesn't normally take relish in somebody else's firing. But this guy stelter is one of the most mean spirited guys. Now, it's hard to call a mean spirit because he's got this little bit squeak of avoid. Hello. But the point is his content is unbelievably one sided partial dogmatic mean spirited. And he seems to have no awareness of this either. So here you have a guy of, well, you'd have to say of gargantuan stupidity and Himalayan pomposity. And although this is not rare at CNN, you've got lots of pompous people like Jake tapper. You've got unbelievably stupid people, like Alison camerata, and joy Reid, but the combination of pomposity and stupidity, I think, is unique to stelter. He brings the two together. So he's been like the house buffoon at CNN.

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The Latest Exploitation by Joy Reid & MSNBC

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 6 months ago

The Latest Exploitation by Joy Reid & MSNBC

"Since Comcast's MSNBC and MSNBC's joy Reid enjoy Reid's guest the two of them brought it up The police chief of the Yuval school district Donated money to act blue in December 2017 that was earmarked for beto o'rourke A man who pretends to be Hispanic So what we believe to be the Hispanic police chief donated money to the Irish candidate beto o'rourke who pretends to be Hispanic And all this is relevant to joy Reid and her guest over at MSNBC Not the slaughter now the politics that they try to project on top of it These are truly sick people And they're given a platform Why They shouldn't be given any platform Whatsoever

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Why Black Leftists Are the Real Sellouts

The Officer Tatum Show

01:25 min | 6 months ago

Why Black Leftists Are the Real Sellouts

"Christians need to be strong. Christians need to be bold and powerful. This is not a time for Christians to back down and be cowardice and weak and always turn another cheek. You gotta think, David and Goliath, the story of Davy and get alive. A lot of people only remember the story when they were in kindergarten and they were playing it nice. David hit Goliath in the head with a stone and beheaded him. It's not a time to be weak and I'm not saying that's what we should be doing is beheading people, but I think most people listening know what I'm talking about. We have to stand up for what's right. We can not be afraid to call these Devils out when we see them. Jesus did it almost everywhere he said. He called the pharisees vipers on toward generation. Hypocrites. These are the things that we need to continue to do if we want to be successful. Yeah, yeah, I totally agree. I don't think black people want anything different than anyone else once. So we want to be ability to be able to thrive in society just like everyone else. And we have to be willing to fight for those things in order to continue driving. And it always amazes me how these black leftists will talk about this as white culture and that's white culture if you're on time if you're successful. You do all this kind of stuff. But every single one of these people like I see joy Reid and Don LeMond on TV. They follow those exact same principles to get to where they're at. And then they keep other black people down. To me, that's a sellout. To me, that's a

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Michael Eric Dyson & Other Dems Hope to Benefit From Replacement Theor

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 6 months ago

Michael Eric Dyson & Other Dems Hope to Benefit From Replacement Theor

"Michael Eric Dyson people of his mentality On the hardcore radical left on the one hand they denounce people who notice what he is promoting and advocating He denounces them as racists on the other hand he promotes it and advocates This is the strangest name thing And what happened in Buffalo had nothing to do With this so called replacement theory It's an ideology anyway It's not a theory And if you listen to Michael Eric Dyson or Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi or joy Reid it's a reality That the Democrat party hopes to benefit from Now I think they they've made a big mistake we see how Hispanic voters are leaning now But let's not pretend that they're not out there promoting this And the more attacks I take from some jerk at The Huffington Post or some jerk at media matters all these Democrat party marks his front groups What do I care I mean nothing to me

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New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 6 months ago

New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

"In Georgia It was a very simple law Basically implemented some voting day measures measures which would make it really easy to vote but to make it a little bit harder to cheat I say a little bit because you can still cheat I wish you couldn't but you can It's sad but you can see if you want to cheat you can still cheat And one of them involved voter ID Oh my gosh did the left loose their minds Here's The New York Times from April of 2021 by a guy named Nick Horace and Reid J Epstein these people sound very very intelligent They write for The New York Times so clearly they're smarter than us They wrote in April of 2020 when Nick chorus Senate what George is voting law really does The New York Times analyzed the state's new 98 page law And identified 16 key provisions that will get ready Limit ballot access oh no we can't have that limit ballot That sounds terrible My gosh what would you want to limit ballot access New York Times notes it will also potentially confuse voters They think you're an

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Kathy Barnette Attracted Conservative Votes but a Bad Personal History

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 6 months ago

Kathy Barnette Attracted Conservative Votes but a Bad Personal History

"And by the way I like McCormick and Oz both of them I truly do I think either would be a great senator Either would be only told you that And I told you I'm not into this Barnett at all for a lot of reasons But again What I'm pointing out here is that look here's the thing Barnett attracted a lot of conservative votes I know why she attracted a lot of conservative votes Because people began to hear what she had to say during the debates It's not like she had a lot of money to play Commercials so forth And they liked what she had to say And the way she presented it and so did I But being unvetted as more information came out and that's the whole purpose of a primary just so you know It's the see if a candidate is strong enough to run into general election Otherwise there's no point in having a primary Just everybody would run She couldn't stand up to it And I don't mean because she wasn't strong She was strong But because her relatively recent past had some nasty stuff in it that reminded me quite frankly of joy Reid Again not ideologically But the comments and the way she made the comments

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Remember When Bill Clinton Blamed Talk Radio for Oklahoma Bombing?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 6 months ago

Remember When Bill Clinton Blamed Talk Radio for Oklahoma Bombing?

"There's only one word to use for people who take personal suffering and tragedy and loss of life and weaponize it to try to score points. It's gross. It's grotesque. There's no other word to describe it. Listening to the people on the left, the joy Reid's and the Don lemons of the world who want to somehow blame the evil action of one 18 year old in Buffalo, New York. On a TV network or a television personality or a radio personality, Clinton tried this years ago. I'm old enough to remember when Bill Clinton tried to blame talk radio. For the Oklahoma City bombing, and I think he got so much pushback in Democrats got so much flack for such a grotesque thing to do. That they didn't do it again, but they're doing it this time. They're doing it with buffalo. And it is really sickening. That's the only word to use.

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Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws no-hitter against Rays

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Angels rookie Reid Detmers throws no-hitter against Rays

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Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 7 months ago

Heat rout Sixers, Suns beat Mavs, Detmers' no-hitter

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"reid" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

Hello Monday by LinkedIn

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Hello Monday by LinkedIn

"LinkedIn, I'm Jesse hemple, and this is hello Monday. And today, I'm bringing you an episode that we recorded in broadcast live from our studio at the Empire State Building last week. My guests are Reid Hoffman in Ben casino. They're talking about their book, the startup of you. And fun fact. I've known these guys so long that I was the one who interviewed read at fortune when this book first came out. Nearly a decade ago. Reed is, well, he's one of the pioneers of social networking. He's the founder of LinkedIn. He's a partner at greylock and he's on the board of Microsoft. Reed's been investing in and advising startups and people really for decades. Ben is also an entrepreneur and an investor, most recently Ben helped start village global and early stage VC firm. Together, Reed and Ben aimed to teach us how to be ready for the future. How to invest in ourselves, and of course, where we can level up in our careers. This was such a fun interview and it was so.

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"reid" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"It was a tough night on sunday night. Football as the chiefs. Lost thirty six to thirty five in baltimore. And after the and flying home chiefs head coach. Andy reid joined the local kansas city media for a zoom conference call and he had the opportunity to answer questions after watching the tape of this loss. Let's go to the chiefs head. Coach here is and you read all right. So listen Of what. I said last night when to good teams. Play each other you. Can't you know these mistakes just get amplified magnified and everything else. So it's a were said here with with two turnovers at a crucial time. The game setting here with The missed tackles more so in the first half in the second but enough there and shedding blocks fundamental things so we were better than that and so getting the right mindset to do so. I mentioned this last night. That's my responsibilities. That football coach. I've got to make sure that our team is playing better than what it is right now and and and we'll get. We've got the right chemistry in the locker room. Who got good players and gonna make sure that we step up our game. We've got a good charger team coming in here. The as as explosive really on both sides. Also we have made sure that we take your business. You punchers let's go. I a piece. Sweeney could beat. It should mention the tackling issues last night and this morning. How challenging is that to fix it on the fly. When maybe you can't clang bang necessarily like you were able to At training camp. Let's be. I thought we better with at the second half and some of that's a mindset not being so cautious rallying to the ball narrowing space for runners Again when you're being blocked shedding and then wrapping up those are all important things and and so but some of it's a mindset that you just have to take care of and So that's where where we go next to aaron land. Good air coast is not really question specific to the baltimore game but just looking across the league. A lot of talk about the new taunting rule. And how it's been enforced I'm wondering what you thought from from the early games and may be via conversation with guys. I know guys like sure their personality and have fun of. Maybe you've had a conversation. Yeah listen we explained to him the tiny roll the officials were in. They talked about it till the guys during camp so Were aware of it. And you see guys bill. Maher cautious with how they go about doing things Only score and so on so. I think You know. I think the officials done okay with that i I haven't seen anything in our games necessarily where they needed to throw flag on either team. So there's celebration but it's always been forget plays and i didn't think it was malicious towards one side of the from what i've seen. It's going to taylor. Good nate and i have two questions for you Just how do you think orlando brown played in his return to baltimore. And then secondly Give us some of the defensive issues. You mentioned earlier What was sort of the thought process and playing. Maybe wants thornhill less This sunday versus obviously against the browns as orlando Actually played very well Going back there you know he. He did a nice job and then I i think listen. I one and Dan i they do certain things the same and a couple of things different but it okay equals out. So i'm dan relieves. Had the you know he'd had the better camp and so on so Maybe a little bit more consistency there but we love. We love lawn and where he's coming. What works getting themselves back to where he was his rookie year and I want to take anything away from the effort that he's put forward to do that but and they they all get a chance apply so i think you know we'll just take it step by step hair and you can't have enough of those guys that can play next to mad derek goodman. Hey coach you mentioned last night. The the two runs on first and second half to win for losses. The kind of ledger getting into some third and long situations in through the first couple of games you know you're averaging just Three point three yards per carry in the run game. Anything you could put your finger on as far as how it's been a little bit difficult to get the run game going for you offensively. Yeah you know we've looked at that And there are there are a couple of days. We have to do And i think the back. Spain used to the the offensive line. And what they're gonna do certain tight situations i think is important and they build build the more they do it. Oh build confidence there. You know we'll hit it even a little bit quicker than what we're doing right now but i would anticipate getting better as we go on here. The losses were the thing that really probably heard us mad. I mean that you know. We had multiple penetration are a couple of plays and those. Those bad situation connects to todd. Lebeau tom coach last night. You were talking about clydes fumbled near the end. You hadn't had a chance to really look at it. Did you go back and see it yet. Did you have the ball in the right protection. Or is this kind of one of those plays and then is he someone as a young player who you might need to kinda help confidence wise after play like that in a big spot at solis. I mean. we're not putting the blame on anybody. Who takes her a message on how we roll and things happen. I mean that's the element of the game. And he's working through the land. Scrimmage with the ball you know thinking learn is as opposed possibly switching arms. Just keep that thing tight. Just cover with two hands and enroll But is not a fumble or mess not his deal and and then they'll be he'll be fine with it. I mean i think i'll players trust so But he can learn this. If we learn from mistakes we made the. We're gonna be a better team and and you gotta grow together in it. Sometimes there some highs lows of say in your work through it and try to get yourself better as coaches employees.

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"reid" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"We worked with several charities. The veterans coalition of the homeless many organizations where they're dealing with eric clients or their residents. That just came off. The streets are just came out of the hospital are low on income and we work with them far as okay. We'll give you a two hundred dollar credit. Come on in and shop at the store. Take as much as you can up to two hundred dollars worth and it's all yours as we want to help out and i can imagine just some of the the pleasure that you get to of saying smiling faces of those you've helped It's just a wonderful thing and it must get you up in the morning now. Speaking about that motivation would getting up in the morning just to help. Educate our guests Listeners again when you had those days that you don't feel like getting out of bed and things in not going. What are you say entrepreneur. That's going through those similar experiences to help them get through. Think i've always remembered that Your competition is getting out. And if you don't wanna get up new businesses going to slide and do you want to slide probably not so that gets you going if you've been a rough morning or if you feel a little sick or something's going on or you're tired. We're all tired but it look out the window. People are driving in. Even when they're snow people are still driving. I don't want to drive in the snow. After we see a lot of junk across the world dc carrying as we become more socially aware. You're responsible war. Do you think not becoming responsible. What's your what's your take on that. So what we see you know. I do see more unfortunately with a lot of online purchasing And now. I hope to see more recycling happening. Maybe with amazon recycling cardboard. Or it's just you see a lot of new stuff and you just did it continues to grow and hopefully education and more people learning about what's happening. This world is so much stuff. We need all that stuff. Let's handle it better ways than we are. Today is certainly a lot of stuff out there. That's a really good way to catch it. And i think to myself if i was in your area and i wanted to help..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Was going on like a lot of young people thought. It was a travesty of justice Horrendous horrendous horrendous mistake and so i decided actually to start a magazine to campaign against it richard was only fourteen when he launched what he called student. Magazine like most schoolwise. He lacked in office. And because this was the late sixties. He didn't have his own phone which he needed to sell. Advertising and conduct interviews. He found his solution in a classic british on a red telephone booth or as they say telephone box but the amount of time he spent in his three by three foot office became a problem. I saw on the magazine from the school. phone books. and that fifteen. The headmaster said to me. I either had to stay at school and do my school work or leave school and do the magazine and so i said goodbye to him and the magazine became quite successful. I mean we sold about one hundred thousand copies an issue not every fifteen year old would have the bravo to start a business much less abandoned school to do so. And i really wouldn't recommend it. But what i want you. To notice is the underlying. Mindset the unstoppable. Buys to action. Have an idea act. An idea never looked back and he didn't. The magazine was the launch pad pursue richards. Next and more famous i venture virgin records. The spark came as it. So often does with richard from an offhand comment. One day somebody said to me. Music is a horrendously expensive. And why don't you consider starting a music company and so we started virgin records. It should probably go without saying. But i'll say it anyway. This was in the days before digital music. The walkman was almost a decade away. Cds were a futuristic gleam on the horizon. Vinyl was king. Who was only one problem for sir. Richard's fledgling record store but it was a pretty big one. We didn't have any records but once the orders came in we then went and bought them from record shops and try to get a discount and then handed leaflets outside concerts. And because we didn't buy the records upfront we got the cash flow to fund it in that way and virgin records was born. That's right. Richard took the orders. And the money before you had to stock or even knew if he'd be able to get into the price he was offering customers. There are a few things. I love about the story. The audacity of starting a record store without any records is one of them. But i also love that. Their lack of cash flow lead directly to their advantage. Richard and his team had no choice but to negotiate those steep discounts. Because they had already made the sales richard fast-growing reputation as someone who did things differently and a quick cavalier. Manner was attractive to lots of people not least of all musicians. Young artists came to me with tape and he was fifteen years old himself. And i found the tape hauntingly beautiful. We didn't have a record company so we went to the eight record companies to try to get somebody to put it out. None of them would put it out. Here it comes. Another moment when richard decides to go all in on a daring notion so we decided to start a record. Company and chew bells was the name of the alban. Mike oldfield was the hottest and it's millions of copies even if the name doesn't ring any bells tubular or otherwise. You would very likely recognize the music. The album's opening track was used as a theme for the movie. The extra assist and on the back of that we were able to build the largest independent record company in the world and ultimately designed people at the rolling stones and janet jackson and genesis. Peter gabriel and the sex pistols and so on and so on so it was a lot of fun by the mid eighties sir. Richard's biased action had seen him launch film distribution company. A video game publisher and most famously. An airline fatty five years ago when we started the big carriers were dreadful. You're lucky if you had a lot of chicken dent in your lap and there was no entertainment and very very surly surly crew generally and on one of those flights coming to the virgin islands. I got bumped which is typical thing that airlines did in those days. And so i had to play in filled it up with all the people who'd been bumped and kuldip virgin airlines is a joke however the joke very quickly had richard ask himself seriously the question. What if why not and we arrived in the b. b. I and joined that flight. Just thought ellen's do bump people. Maybe i should bring up boeing the next day which i did asked if they had it he secondhand seven point seven for sale turns out they did and the real virgin airlines was born sir. Richard uttered the five words. He'd repeat for the rest of his career words. That became the title of one of his three autobiographies. Or it's worth emulating even if you don't quite want to repeat them screw it. Let's do it Screw.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Catalog of the entire sixty to ninety minute interviews with read their available only two masters of scale members. So here's day one of the mindset of scale. The theme of the day is asked what. Why not with. Sir richard branson. Let's listen welcomed the day one for the of scale our first course in the masters of scale app. I know how each minute matters for an entrepreneur and you probably have a tendency to multitask but take a moment right now to turn off slack closure email and arrive for these ten minutes. It will be worth your time whether you entrepreneur starting something from scratch on your own an entrepreneur who built something daring inside established organization or an executive leading at scale. Your single greatest. Success factor isn't knowledge expertise or network. It your mindset so you have to think in ways that are often the exact opposite of what you learn in school. No one is born with all of the entrepreneurial mindsets you may be comfortable in chaos but less confident and making quick decisions. You may have a natural instinct for escaping competition but less certainty about building company culture. The good news is that all of these mindsets can be cultivated. And that's what this course is about each day will tackle a different essential mindset and the most fundamental mindset. You need is a bias for action. It's not enough to have good ideas. You have to be ready to act on them to show you what i mean. I wanna share a story from sir. Richard branson richard is known for his death defying launch monroe leaps in the new markets and industries. Virgin records for genera lines and virgin galactic are just a few he embodies the entrepreneurial biased action will start the story in the mid nineteen sixties. Richard was in high school and about to act on his very first venture. The vietnamese war was going on like a lot of young people thought. It was a travesty of justice Horrendous horrendous horrendous mistake and so i decided actually.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"How the future is created for products and services that improve society in life. It's how the futures created for jobs for people to things and it doesn't say that big companies are mincemeat but like there's an increasing. What john seely brown john hagel topple rate which is the last decade of companies. That were in the five hundred dropping out of the sap five hundred because yes some large-scale companies. Really go the distance but also companies fail for example. Would you have anticipated yahu went from the giant of the internet. To who are they now as a way of doing it and that can happen with any of these tech companies. It's help with all of that. That's part of that. Creating that content that people across all industries all geographies startups and existing business. People even small business people even a restaurant entrepreneur. 'cause you go well that's you know may not actually ultimately go to scale so the blitz scaling lessons for example don apply but the entrepreneurship does and then of course on the courses app. The whole thing is that's the reason why these had a mindsets are very important because these sets of mindsets allow you to approach the challenges that you're solving with a learning mindset with a. What's the way that i can win this game. What's the way i can get more upside. Avoid downside and what's the way that. I am better day by day. Month-by-month year by year and doing this and sometimes that requires like asking the right question approaching it the right way in order to learn it. Obviously these specific like oh. This is how you do a restaurant or this is how you do a massive scale company. The specific rule may not be in the courses that because it's the mindset the way which you bring to it that allows you to learn. Thanks read and thanks to our listeners. Because we believe in learning we've tax something special onto this episode for you a free listen of day one in the masters of scale courses app on the mindset of scale this one features sir richard branson the centerpiece of each day. In the course is a ten minute. Daily practice anchored by a key first person story from an iconic leader like branson and concluding with a prompt or practice from read. That you can take into your day to drive a new behavior. Each day also includes optional content few to dig deeper. There's a three to five minute.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Entrepreneurial mindset and the impact of democratizing entrepreneurship. So here we go. The first question starts at the beginning. How do you think about cultivating an entrepreneurial mindset as an investor and as a startup founder. Is it something you should seek out. The entrepreneurial mindset is throughout everything. That i do. It doesn't mean that everybody. I hire is an entrepreneur or interact with but like it's how you create the new how you shape the possible into the real. And i think that's pretty fundamental. The entrepreneurial mindset is not just entrepreneurs because it's not just the blanks leader paper. It's not just zero to be one one of the things that i look at that i learned from social at is actually think. There's three kind of games vera. V one v one to be one it and be one of the to all of these are forms of entrepreneurial mindset now probably goes in like oh my god jumping in the unknown because vizier v one v wanted to be to be wanting to be one one in those because if you wanna be one is most naturally thing and that's the thing that people tended most do because it has the most certainty of outcome and so forth but the other ones are fundamentally important because at some point you get to a local maximize. Your just doesn't work on the b. one b. One doesn't really work now. What i would say is in terms of working learning is you should always be learning right. This is a little bit like the glengarry glen. Ross always be closing but it's always be learning and you should be approaching every circumstance with. Is there something serious. I can learn here. So what happens if you drop the ball and stop moving forward. Are there key moments or milestones. When you think an entrepreneur should reset should double down on going back to learning. So one question is if you think oh. I'm actually in fact way off here right like i don't really have the right map about learning at the right rate by being an action and by doing the thing those kinds of things then you go get. I should go back to learning now. Entrepreneurs almost always tend to be learned by doing learn by getting into it. And it's actually that buys action is action back very good thing for entrepreneurs one of the things that people tend to overly by us on his learn learn learn learn learn learn learn learn. Learn before you do and actually it's you know. Learn to learn to learn to learn to learn to learn do is useful now. Sometimes you say well. Hey i'm gonna learn like there's something deep. Coding modern coating like artificial intelligence some aspects of business strategy or something else. I actually need to learn a stack before. I can get into the learn. Do mom and sometimes that's something in the field like for example. I'd say one of the things that you know was a very good piece of advice that i was given was learn how to ship commercial software even though the way the large company ship commercials offers different than small companies. Learn the components of that first before trying to go create a software company. Because then i'm not figuring out like okay. What is a pr. D- what is a minimum viable product. What is qa. look like what is the people doing these jobs together. Look like what is the way they coordinate like. I bet at least baseline may be improving a lot of maybe changing it a lot but i understand both what's baseline also understand what everyone coming into the picture with some experience will also experience as a common language a common method of play. A common theory of the game as a way of doing that. Now is you think about learning. Are there great examples of learners out their models of how people take in information. I think there are different kinds of learners. Not everyone learns the same way now. Obviously the classic way that people say it is. Some people are reading learners. Some people are audio learner. Some people are video learners and on but it's not just that some people are learners by first principles and what they're doing some people in learners by talking to other people. Some people are learners by studying. What other folks are doing. And so you should have that theory of you as an individual but utah also by the way. Have that theory of you as a group. Use a company because just not thinking about individuals is learning but as companies learning and has kind of increasing capabilities. Fitness functions is very important by. That's not necessarily big surprise because one of the things that happens as people get more. Systemized groups is post-mortems and wiki knowledge bases and other kinds of things that are in their silicate that a strong example of how facebook operates is facebook says we built a huge testing framework so that everybody can literally individual engineers can run tasks on features and things that they want to do in order to make stuff happen now part of the process. Is you have to document that. You've searched the knowledge base to see if anyone else's run the test before you do it so you're not just blindly running the same again so you can position your task against what has happened before or say. Oh i see it's already been done and that's an example of how not just individual earnings but group learning have playing together. How do you work networks into learning. What are the key things you look for in learning environments working networks in a learning is a function of kind of like okay. Who are the smart people out there and talk about what questions. Can i ask them what things can learn from in what they're doing..

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"reid" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on SmartLess

"With the mission to make every kid good with money and there's excellent reviews on the app store. If you don't believe some schyster like will okay you can go to google play store or trust pilot. They can verify how great go henry get started go henry dot com and get one month free with promo code smart. Yeah that's one month. Free ago henry dot com promo code. Smart list go henry all right back to the show. So you're in the car to five fifteen so do you. So what time are you Do you ever regime in the morning. Do you work out or you just straight into the car. We're talking five. Fifteen in the afternoon was five fifteen in the afternoon the afternoon because now you know we work from home now. We'll because it used to be you come to the office. We don't do that anymore. We're still basically from home I just go into the studio tour right before the show. But basically i have deep insomnia very bad insomnia so if i get you know four or five hours asleep. I pop like six. Seven o'clock walk my dog. Make sure that we have a puppy so she has to be immediately. The mornings announced And then i start reading in figuring out what's going on. I have three show meetings a day all by phone or three and a half. Because i have one meeting with my executive producer and senior producer. And then we just sort of sort of chop through what we're gonna do on the show I try to read in They get scripts ready. I sometimes right like a rant of my own on. What in the world do you do when you when you aren't doing this. I mean honestly. I i kinda collapsed twice a week i have a. I have a trainer now. Because i'm trying to get in shape because it's summer with her twice a week. We cross training are we are we. Is it aerobic is are we pushing weights cross training. Yeah i you know i. I'm not. I can't across hurting. It's basically it intensive thirty minute workout twice a week which is both Waits waits body weight and aerobic aerobic stuff. So it's like very intense thirty minutes that kills me will is willing to Teach you boxing. I'm on the box. I love boxing by the way. I'm i'm obsessed with boxing. Huge muhammad ali fan growing up so well mine mine's less mohammed ali and more more like You know momentum really hills house husband. No guys i got this thing. I get knocked out immediately when you were younger. What was your sport. What are you watching. So when i started out being a huge baseball fanatic baseball card collection serious. But i became like football. Yeah football and basketball. So i was a denver broncos fanatic like i literally cry if they lost oh I it was. I was literally a fanatical football fan. And i i was a knick fan even though it's supposed to be a nuggets fan so i was born in new york so i was a new york knicks for life. You know they broke my heart every year And the denver broncos But also baseball was a yankee fan. Sorry so then. Bill bradley did. Did you ever get near I'm saying his name right right. The the congressman that they used to be a nick. Oh i never met him no he. He and i never. I never got into meeting. But i did. We used to go to training camp and my mom was a professor At university of northern colorado in greeley where they would training camp for the broncos. I dig it to meet a bunch of the broncos because we go after training camp which was pretty cool. Got it got it. You still follow baseball. You still your yankee fan. I know i've fallen a. Here's what happened. That i had kids and i fell off of sports like i. I don't have time. Because i'm so busy between family and work and i have two podcasts. In writing third book. And i'm exhausted and so i don't even have time total of the nba finals. Yeah to juicing you the same right you got kids so you just gave up sports and stuff right yes. It's been all my free time if i'm not talking to you guys. I'm talking to my kids just about housing. Any of the sports anymore ended need to be with my kids. Lebron james i followed abroad. I love him. He's like the muhammad ali of today on the show. We just had him on the show. Oh my god. I love that guy. He's the coolest i mean. He's the guy he's he's like doing it the way you should do it. He showing everybody because he's playing at the top of his game and then in his free time and what he does and how not just that. He's giving back but how he doesn't how he's making a difference is setting a whole new standard yup credible guy. I think he respects me a lot to somebody said me. It seemed like was now. What what are your show when you when you do spend. Because you don't have a lot of downtime is crazy all this you're doing what do you do. You have shows one of the things that you like to watch movies. Do you like to watch. And so i literally like. I'm a tv kid because you know. I'm a generation xers. I grew up watching it. Know coming home watching star trek and you know watching sports. I love tv. So i watch a lot of net flicks Right now i'm watching a series called frequency which is really really good But i love anything with zombies superheroes action adventure or you walking dead girl. Walking dead yes. I didn't like fear the walking dead at first. But now i'm into it so yeah walking dead totally into it but i hate megan though he's but i hate them. Go see a baseball game with jason and then when we get home you and i watch all of those things because everything you just said is everything i do. Love star trek. Love it ray. I love bay stuffed any loves science. We're going to survive. Zombie apocalypse because see people like put down for watching zombies but when the zombie apocalypse comes. We're gonna know what to do. What about world war z. Did you see world war z. That was good movie. God yes of course. that's the best one. yeah. I saw that days later. Twenty eight great to yeah. I love bread. Yeah you've seen them all well. What's your favorite movie. Well once in hollywood because he looks great but he's so cool and he's a good deal everybody. Relax brad's fine. We know the best brad pitt. Movie is snatched. isn't that the name snatches up eight. Yeah that's good. that's good one. I mean it's a long list. Let's be let's be real true romance. Meet joe black people. Put it down. But i love me. Don't sleep on me. Joe black for sure. He lives in california jersey. California with julia roberts. Juliette lewis yeah. I love movies. I love movies and tv so yeah entertainment. The only thing. I don't really like are like romances. Would you really the rom com or boring. Yeah you don't like the romance ring. Low predict you know they're going to be together and you know what's going to happen. Is somebody gonna get murdered anytime soon. Genesee like is there going to be a fight. Have you watched the the ozarks baiter into that. Keep on being told to watch it. Is it worth it. Is it good dome. Now it's time you don't have a ton of time and it's super blue and sean told me one time shot. And sean sean. Do you like any said it's okay. You know what. I mean like that..

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"reid" Discussed on SmartLess

SmartLess

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on SmartLess

"So you let me give credit team so first of all For roy entire year. I had to do my own hair and makeup and i. I am a legit tomboy. The only other thing i was doing when i was a kid when i wasn't doing crossword puzzles and watching the news was sports. I was a very tomboyish kids. I never really learned how to do here. And make gonna nothing. I was ever good at so over the last year. When we couldn't have hair and makeup anymore. I have a fabulous glam squad in new york. I couldn't use them. I couldn't use it. We were all locked down in where we live now in the dmv area so I got a guy named named fred fred for face on instagram. And he gave me an a tutorial. So i was doing my own makeup but when they allowed us to bring hair and makeup back and also whenever i was in new york and i would use my hair and makeup side. They're just brilliant people. So i'm just gonna shout out all of them who are giselle. Who breaks my hair getting my hair remodel. Incredible can't believe it. 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"reid" Discussed on SmartLess

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"We started to look at the fact that ninety five percent of minority businesses in this country have less than five million dollars in revenue ninety five percent and yet fortune five hundred companies right now are spending about two percent of their spend with minority businesses but their stated goal is to spend ten to fifteen percent of their span with minority businesses. Which means there's a trillion dollar opportunity out there but we really have a scale challenge. We don't have the businesses of size to do that. So that's where we said. Let's create these businesses. But we're going to do something very different. They won't necessarily be minority owned when we buy them. We will transform them and we will buy these businesses. We will add in diverse talent from the c. suite and board all the way down to the rank and file we will share ownership in those companies. We will have a majority minority board. We will win ever possible diversifying those businesses if we're moving into a new area into underrepresented communities where we can have an economic impact and our overarching goal over. Time is too narrow the wealth gap in this country typically when they talk about growing minority businesses. They talk about small businesses and seating those businesses and having them grow but instead we're going beggar going home. This is a great example of pushing to speed up the pace of learning but no way. That doesn't skip past assumptions. It's the entrepreneur's challenge to learn both quickly and deeply so it's a victory every time someone says challenge accepted. I'm reid often. Thanks for listening and now a final word from our exclusive brand partner capital one.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Became not overlooked but overshadowed initially during the pandemic was climate change. I'll get anything deliver song as anybody but it seems like the imperative around climate. Change is now stronger than ever board activists on the rise even at exxon the boom in secondhand purchasing and marketplace's depop being acquired by for one point six billion dollars. I know you buy on depop all the time. Read you and i it's clearly targeted for you in may but how much as a business leader do. I need to be strategizing right now. More about things like carbon footprint and environmental impact. I think many business leaders are strategizing about sustainability and carbon impact. And i think it's a combination of three things. One i think they think that it will become essential and it's a longer term build so certain now is important too is i think they already see buying side. Demand amongst many consumers also rungs government marketplace's regulators instead of going. Okay now in the long term but right now demanding progress is important and can be competitive differentiation. They've also realized is there's ways to do this that are ultimately better for your business has a little bit like that crisis opportunities like well. You know figuring out how to make this sustainable in green you know. Is that just an additional expense line and the answer is well actually in fact if i can figure out how to do that and good economic ways that may be completely not as expensive because when larger carbon taxes come on board or when throwing out garbage becomes appropriately priced as very expensive or dealing with pollution. The sees become super expensive. Then it's like. Oh i'm actually ready for that and ready for that kind of business continuity so i think all three of those things are reasons why it's a good thing to start working on now and then the speed at which are working on it depends somewhat on your particular market your customers your particular situation relative to how carbon is going to be appropriately priced for example but the speed and ferocity investment depends on your circumstances. There's kind of a battle in the tech world. These days between like which tech is going to drive the next phase of innovation overall. Is it going to be or is it. Going to be crypto but sometimes i feel like biotech gets a little short shrift in that i mean biotech enabled the vaccines the mri vaccines. That have been so effective. In the versus crypto battle. Where does biotechs. I one quick note. Which is there's this beam. That's going around saying that is expensive on electricity and this is just literally people either know what they're talking about but are deliberately beating a drum just get people pay attention or they don what they're talking about because if you actually look at it you go sure. Training models is expensive intellectuality. But the run time is action-packed. Pretty cheap second thing. Is you apply to power grids itself and you get a lot more efficiency. And that may actually in fact be net very creative and then the third is when you're really looking at what is generating carbon and all the rest most. These data centers are focused very much on being carbon neutral. All we're using hydro and we're using other things and it's not the place it just allows people to kind of wave their hat and say this is where i have energy problems now. It's a little bit more. Tricky in the crypto arena. Because some of the proof of works things can be expensive but by the way it may very well be that we can figure out how to fix those things in good ways as well now to your specific question on bio bio is extraordinarily important. I think it's being accelerated by software artificial intelligence. I think that we already see the cost of reading. Genomes coming down at faster than moore's law faster than exponential. I think at the intersection of ai. And bio is simply going to be amazing in terms of medicines and in terms of can understanding our genetic conditions and how to fix problems that come down from genetics. That doesn't mean that. Of course there couldn't be concerns like you say wolf. Synthetic biology does the disease get made is co vid. The release of some dumb assery in a lab. You know for example. Well those are legitimate concerns just like the making of killer. Bees in south america which didn't require direct gene manipulation was breeding program but the breeding program is genetic manipulation just has to have less precision than you get with software tools and modern genetic tool so i actually think that when people say what are the technologies that are make massive changes in the future then synthetic biology is next those two together on the stage with everything else at broader concentric circles around it. I'm trying to think of how to take us home here. Read two areas when asked one is about the potential of haves and have nots from the vaccine process access to some certainly live events. Some jobs some schools requiring for the fall is there a a calculation of framework that business leader would use about encouraging vaccines versus requiring vaccines. Look the advice. I'm giving to people who listen to me is simply say card to have vaccine. But if you're going to the office you required have seen and then you know you may at some point get to hey in your office so by the way that plays out to require to have a vaccine and i said well what about your liberties we will. This is one of those cases where we balanced liberties of your own health and your own choices against other people and work is some degree voluntary. And so it's like well. If i'm a leader at a place and someone's i qualify because my beliefs are. I'm not going to take the vaccine. You like well then. You may be ringing the disease in. And why.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Was christmas with the volume. We were facing. We're back with jeff. Braverman of nuts dot com since the start of the pandemic their e commerce business has been booming. Keeping up with demand meant hiring hundreds of new workers to prepare and hand packed. Things like white. Chocolate cashews roast. The cashews toffee glaze them and then cover them with white chocolate. You can't just do that the day. Before the order comes in jeff quickly hired workers to roast glaze and ship those knots but as he scaled he learned. That hiring wasn't enough. We have our production side more filling all the bags. And that's where most of our labourers are. Two leads were out. If the leads aren't trained up well enough requires me to be on the floor. So we didn't have the right levels of management. We now have the right training. We've had place such a long time but you need to be able to elevate them properly. Give them the tool kit. It's a classic challenge faced by entrepreneurs coming out of the pandemic during the crisis leader stepped onto the floor but at some point. Jeff says you have to step back you need structure and you need process as you scale because otherwise you get into trouble. Building structure to elevate their teams. That's a challenge capital one businesses and cave sees and so many entrepreneurs who scaled with unexpected speed. There's a moment where they need to empower their teams as they start to think about innovating for the future. How do we scale our operations. Our systems for this new normal. Jeff knows he's got to focus on the big picture. Can you learn share. The rains we'll find out later in the show. It's all part of capital one businesses spotlight on entrepreneurs who are persevering with grit and determination..

"reid" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I like some good rock and roll mythology. I like to. I like the the lore around everything and bruce was just in such zone in those years. Like just I mean he hit a stride that nobody hits you know like just writing killer song after killer song after killer song after killer song so many of them like a preposterous amount of great songs. I mean when you get into the river reissue. It's just it's insane. How many songs he wrote. I like i i like somebody in that period where just like have transcended will are no longer a normal human being. They are like a rock and roll machine. Yes that's what makes you a legend. Is that brief period. But most people like die. After that. And bruce didn't die and you made a lot of great stuff afterwards the. Yeah my son's favorite song is out in the street off the river and and he said and he's thirty one so we've he's often his own now and but he talks about the he says you know pop. There's not. there's not a working person in america. That on monday morning isn't thinking about friday night and so bruce's line you know when the foreman calls time i've already got friday on my mind. He says is just universal so he just loves. That's a song to talk about it. it it was. It's a shame since you love the album so much. It would have been great for you to see one of the shows right. Yeah i can imagine. Yeah i yeah. I think one of the great things talking about his university universal lula. How universal he is he. So i mean. He started with his blue-collar stick. Which in less capable hands a guy. That's not actually a blue-collar worker playing sort of part of one would be terrible. It could get real handy real quick Like i would say like the the bad version of that is like heat loaf. did you got into. I think those meatloaf albums are just fine. I think jim steinman is a great songwriter. But he crossed the line into cartoon. Okay got it. It's a fun cartoon. But it's a car and took that performance and found so much subtlety in it and just filled in every kind of nook and cranny and every aspect of it where he turned he made blue collar. Life feel like something. You would want to participate. In like rome he romanticized. He turned it into like an opera. An art form you know. And i mean that felt so real to me growing up even without spending a ton of time with that the the noble.

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"reid" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Have you done a springsteen themed code. I i see you've done a wrestling and Johnny appleseed and roy orbison so yeah i mean i think roy orbison is as close as i got to springsteen because i wrote a little bit about the black and white night that springsteen was up so that's like the closest i've touched. I think i'm too big of springsteen. I dislike him too much. I don't okay i find it hard to make comedy out of like a guy like bruce who i just admire so much as a human being. I don't know i. I have them on a pedestal. He feels like a like beloved uncle or something you know so yeah i understand that totally i really do so talk about Talk about music of bruce's are their songs or albums. That mean a lot to you. Yeah the river is it. I mean i just think the river such masterpiece and it's so much there. It's i it. Got a lot of flack for being kind of bloated but the blow is absolutely necessary at is is so like A part of what it is. It's just a it's a rock record with everything in it. I love it so much and you know as he talked about in the two thousand and sixteen river tour where they were celebrating anniversary. You know that it was. He tried to do everything that a live show was and put it now and My one of my best friends Sam is a huge springsteen and dylan fan and he did not go to any of the river shows because he said you know. There's there's not enough songs on the river that i like And you know so. My wife asked me 'cause. I ended up getting lucky enough to four shows on that tour. Wow oh my god i'm jealous. Yeah and In the You know she said. Are you bored. Because i know one of the things you love about bruce's that every set list is different in this one you know and i said no i said the songs i like. I like the songs i didn't like i still don't like You know There are a couple songs like I really hearing independence day. Performed live on the perspective of he at the time. Was you know like sixty six sixty eight. You know Singing a song. That he wrote was in his twenties and he is the father's age now than in the song. I just thought that dynamic was very interesting you know stating to. Yes lamar that song. Kind of wrecks me odd absolutely So do you know it's interesting. Read because i had this discussion. Derek early in the podcast. Where you know i i was talking about how much because i came to. My i live. Show was two thousand to the rising tour and so and i. That's where my phantom went from a casual fan too passionate slash obsessed. Yeah so if. I had a choice i would you know. I've heard many people say that if if they could they would take a live. Show that starts with Greetings i mean in go-to darkness. And nothing else. Nothing pass darkness. And i said i would take an a show that starts at tunnel. Loving goes forward and has nothing for either would be fine. You would get a lot of rarities either way. You know you get a lot of different shows to see. What are the things that i love about the river is..

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"reid" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I guess it's the perception of h one at the time was that it was less lurid. Okay know less extreme and in your face I don't know exactly but yeah it kind of shaped my taste. Okay a little bit at that at that point. Yeah my parents never. I couldn't tell you what my dad listens to. I have no idea probably like modern country radio. You know like that's like as far as he goes. Okay did Now siblings do you. Did you have siblings. Yeah i'm the oldest. Though i'm i'm the guy that's supposed to be passing things down. I don't know how effective i was at that. When listened to nothing but rap and the other was in select. Three eleven truly failed. I didn't do well But yeah we. I was always really into music. I mean i was only allowed to watch. Vh one but i watched it constantly like i just i ate it up. I just was obsessed immediately and Have stayed that way did Well i always like to ask like. So you're you're listening to vh one. You're exploring music as you get into high school. Did your musical tastes started to change. Did you tell a little more hard edge. Yeah well i mean. This is mid nineties so Grunge was massive. Yeah so i was very into grunge just like every other kid You know nevada pearl jam. I went crazy for pearl jam. Few years All the stuff that was popular in the in the nineties. was good as a good basis. I think for a for a taste in music. Because i think one of the great things about the grunge music even if it hasn't all aged very well. Is that those guys. Were all very open about their influences. They're very generous about sharing. Who they're guys were trite and that led me a lot of different directions. You know all over the place. Very good So when did you discover bruce. I mean you know. You know about bruce right. You always know about him. He's huge yeah Born in the usa is everywhere all the time. You hardly hear it anymore. Just because it's like a constant thing. I think you know. I got into bruce springsteen in a weird way Please share yeah. I heard a cover of thunder road. Okay by the brave and the bold It's a bonnie prince billy's side project and it's very strange kind of deconstructed cover of thunder road but really beautiful and i think a really good. I think it actually captures the song. Pretty well and i was like what is this. I know this song and the lyrics are incredible And i figured out that it was gruesome went and got a born to run on vinyl and.

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