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Fresh update on "reid" discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

01:00 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reid" discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"It's not like he's been horrible. He's got a couple bad interceptions. Did you ever watch Brett Favre, play football? Also coached by Andy Reid, the current chief's head coach. So there's a big connection between Brett Favre and mahomes and Andy Reid there. Also, like, again, I just encourage you, you have to let the guy take risks. Sometimes they don't work out. Sometimes they do when you win a Super Bowl. So like I just, come on, calm down on the Patrick Mahomes concern. Anyway, those are the 9 teams that I believe have a legitimate shot to win the Super Bowl. Kansas City, the LA chargers, Green Bay, the Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills, the Arizona Cardinals, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Baltimore Ravens, and of course, the LA rams. Those are the 9 teams that I believe have a legitimate shot to win a Super Bowl. One of those 9 teams in my opinion is going to win the NFL title when it's all said and done at the end of this year. I believe February 2022. All right. Let's talk about a week 7. We have reached NFL week 7 and funny enough there are 7 games that I want to highlight as the most interesting games this weekend. Number one is the Atlanta Falcons at Miami. Atlanta is two and three. The dolphins are one in 5, and all week we have heard rumors about a potential trade with Miami trading for quarterback deshaun Watson. I'm not gonna give you any commentary in that trade. We'll talk about that later if it does happen. But I'm really interested given the conversation happening there. How does the current Miami quarterback to a tongue of a lower play this week? He's the second year player. It's a good game from him, I guess a good game from him would really help him a lot. Whether his future is in Miami or maybe it gets traded at Pittsburgh or maybe he goes to wherever he goes. I don't know, maybe go to Denver, a lot of people are saying maybe two Agos to Denver. Regardless of that, certainly it could not hurt to at all to have a big game through four touchdowns and 350 yards, something like that. So I just am curious how it is to a play this weekend at home against Atlanta. Given all the stories that are circling and the rumors swirling about Miami wanting a new starting quarterback. And I'm sure they're trying to make that trade happen because why else would we hear about it? And I think I believe the reason why that rumor came out by the way..

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Does Terry Mcauliffe Even Know What Critical Race Theory Is?

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 4 d ago

Does Terry Mcauliffe Even Know What Critical Race Theory Is?

"And by the way critical race there How can you have a conversation if they won't even admit that they're teaching critical race theory They have the propaganda media MSNBC joy Reid a true reprobate And then you have this clown McCullough running around the state Saying people are being stirred up by critical race theory which is not taught in Virginia But of course it's time for Virginia And this is what he said today Today Cut 12 go We don't teach critical race theory here in Virginia It's never been taught but in loudon county everybody stirred up Everybody thinks we're teaching you know every white person is a slave owner I mean it just that's not what critical race theories says that every white person was a slave owner I'm starting to believe this guy's dumber than Joe Biden It's a very very low standard but unbelievable Critical race theory doesn't teach at every white person as a slave owner He recalled when he was actually questioned by a real reporter for local television station Away from Washington D.C. but in Virginia he couldn't even explain what critical race theory is But he just knows it's not taught in Virginia Well he doesn't know what it is and it is taught in Virginia

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Fresh update on "reid" discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:49 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reid" discussed on Mark Levin

"As a side point then I want to get back to what I was talking about but first This shooting tragedy involving Alec Baldwin you know I take no pleasure in seeing something like this or reading something like this I don't like Alec Baldwin He's an urbanite to me But that's quite beside the point This is a horrible accident You've got to feel for the guys Probably going through all kinds of hell As is the family of hanya Hutchins the wife and mother who died in the producer exceeded director who was also shot with the with a prop gun He's been released And they'll figure it out I do understand that the usual crew at least some part of it had walked off the set and went on strike or some such thing And maybe that contributed to it I don't know A friend of mine Bill corsair said you know whenever they used prop guns or so forth they would open them they would look at them they'd make a 100% sure that they were as they wanted them to be obviously But that said you know we're not the left I'm not on social media I don't have to comment on social media on every damn thing and tweet and so I can't tell you how relieved I am not to be tweeting And not to be on Facebook and so forth But it's a horrible tragedy And then people ask me why haven't you talked about brine laundry and they found his remains But our ladies and gentlemen here's the thing What can I possibly contribute to this What can I contribute to it It's obviously he killed that poor girl Gabby I commented about that And I actually have no feeling for him Because I'd put myself in the place of the family that lost their daughter Who was strangled to death And that's where my sympathy begins and ends So what am I going to tell you I can do what they do on TV and just talk endlessly about it and surmise and on and on But it doesn't so many purpose It says any so many purpose the tragedy is this poor woman was killed young lady An obviously the killer killed himself That's what happened Now when MSNBC they're very upset about this because they were both white and they want to know why it's being covered because they're white and why aren't minorities covered And of course I was the first to say to joy Reid and tell me what minorities have you covered None She hasn't covered any There's murders going on And he particularly high level in our inner cities particularly black on black murder MSNBC barely talks about it CNN barely talks about it How do you know Mark you don't watch because we have people monitor it That's how we know So they don't talk about black on black crime which is a horrendous You know it is a it is a genocide actually in this country They don't talk about that So MSNBC go ahead talk about it Seen anger who's stopping you Why tack other people just change your broadcast You put joy read in there She is a bigot and a homophobe and gets no ratings But you know they're on by Comcast and Comcast thinks this is the way you buy peace I suppose I don't know Now Joe Biden has asked what about the border Joe And I wonder this too not just because it's a throwaway line Doesn't he want to take a look at what his good work has done down on the border No he doesn't want to look at it at all He doesn't want to look at it He doesn't want to know from anything And neither do most of the media cut 19 go Do you have plans to visit the southern border I've been there before and I haven't I mean I know it well I guess I should go down but by the way he's a liar again He hasn't been there He drove through there in 2008.

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It Used to Be Controversial to Say 'Your Kids Don't Belong to You'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | Last week

It Used to Be Controversial to Say 'Your Kids Don't Belong to You'

"Now Melissa Harris Perry is not a name that you might know, but Melissa Harris Perry was someone that I knew of, quite well. Because she used to be on MSNBC all the time, she was considered to be the more radical voice on cable television for years. Another Marxist. I even seen her very much recently she was fired from MSNBC. She was joy read before joy Reid. And honestly, a little bit more articulate than joy Reid. Let me tell you. Just kind of the ability to make arguments really quickly. I don't really know what happened to Melissa Harris Perry. Perhaps she was too radical for her own good. She said things out loud that she shouldn't have said I think she has her own political consulting firm. She was fired in 2016, three years after this particular clip, surface. I remember when this clip came out, people used to get fired for saying this. People used to have to retreat for saying this very clip. This used to be considered controversial this used to be considered something that not worth commenting, where she said, remember your kids don't belong to you. Now she's a professor and a political commentator. And now this viewpoint is held by the progressive collectivist status Democrat left it's just that she happened to say it out loud. Play cut 45. We have never invested as much in public education as we should have because we've always had kind of a private notion of children. Your kid is yours and totally your responsibility. We haven't had a very collective notion of these are our children. So part of it is we have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families and recognize the kids belong to whole communities. Once it's everybody's responsibility and not just the households, then we start making better investments. We have to realize the kids are a community object, not that it's part of your nuclear family, of course not. Now, interestingly enough, she's now an employee of national public radio so your tax dollars are paying for Melissa Harris

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Biden vs. Kavanaugh Sex Allegations Show Democrats' Jaw-Dropping Hypocrisy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden vs. Kavanaugh Sex Allegations Show Democrats' Jaw-Dropping Hypocrisy

"Moore back during the brett cavanaugh. Hearings that was three years ago. It's amazing to think three years ago. Brett cavenaugh stood in front of the united states senate to be confirmed to the united states. Supreme court you remember how the media covered brett cavenaugh as an attempted rapist. You see revolutionary movements like rich versus poor poor versus rich women against men and black versus white are helpful as a means to an end to get political power. The brett cavenaugh example was a great example of how they were trying to use a moment of a movement to try to get political power but if actually ever threatened one of their own they might send andrew cuomo out to pasture but they could replace it with the democrat. They might send an al franken out to pasture but they can replace it with a democrat but if ever was sending a joe biden out to pasture which means that a republican become president. No way because power in regards to what the left values what they prioritize is much higher on the hierarchy than actually caring about believing all women play cut sixty eight and attempted rape as though yes my supreme court nominee may be. An attempted rapists is attempted. Rapes potential attempted rape attempted rape. This is charge of attempted. Attempted rape a curry that is so critical to the nomination of judge. Cavanaugh high school drunk at attempted rape and attempted rape. This is a small example of what we had to deal with three years ago. But of course. Joe biden under credible accusations of groping women who worked for him tara reid and otherwise ignore it because we need him to become president so we can control the executive branch of the government

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U.S. Immigration Used to Be About 'Contribution'

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

U.S. Immigration Used to Be About 'Contribution'

"One You know in the heart of some of the most extensive immigration to the United States Over a hundred years ago if anybody ever been interviewed who wanted to come in Americans say I want to use your healthcare system or whatever it was they would not have been allowed to come into the country Because the standards have been completely eviscerated The standards are what can that contribute to this nation Are they going to be a drag or are they going to be contributor Today that question is not asked or even considered Period Immigration was always about what contributions foreigners can make to the United States and how many should come and from where should they come today that again those questions are not asked and they're not to be asked And I would challenge anybody to tell me any nation any nation that can or has survived without borders Name one just one There's not a single nation on the face of the earth that's doing this None Some of the European nations did it but now they're tightening up And they will pay a price and have paid a price But not to the extent of America we have more people coming into this country Than any country in the face the earth year after year after year after year while the American Marxist within our country are teaching propaganda about how often the country is And so you wind up with second generation individuals like joy Reid Or Omar or Talib in Omar's case first generation Who come to the country and then hate the country

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Kira Davis on Why Left Media Ran With Hoax Border Whipping Story

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Kira Davis on Why Left Media Ran With Hoax Border Whipping Story

"I feel like it's layered Dan I think everything you said is true It's both It's political expediency and we know that the last week will the mainstream media which is less wing media carries the water for Democrats So they're going to run stories and angles that are going to help Democrat politics and politicians So there's that angle to it But here's the other thing that I sincerely believe Most of the people in mainstream media are elitist they're wealthy they're highly educated so they've come out of the bubbles of academia and they live on the coast They feel guilty They feel guilty about who they are and what they have and what they have earned or in some cases not earned And this is their way of assuaging that white guilt Even people like joy Reid if we're going to call Larry elder the blackface of white supremacy then I'm going to tell joy read that she has severe white guilt It's a way of assuaging their own guilt for having the things they have So if they can make people believe that they're on the side of righteousness that they're the good rich people that they're the good educated people and then everybody else is bad they don't have to feel so guilty about not really doing much to help other people about living in their bubbles about driving their fancy cars about living behind their gates All the things they hate about rich people they are So in order to make them feel themselves feel better about it they have to take this angle of hey I'm a social justice warrior So it's okay for me to have these things because I'm one of the good ones

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Joy Reid Shadows Gabby Petito's Death With 'Missing White Woman Syndrome'

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last month

Joy Reid Shadows Gabby Petito's Death With 'Missing White Woman Syndrome'

"I want you to listen to this from joy Reid on MSNBC Monday I meant to get to it but I'm going to get to it now Gabby petito was murdered And they're looking for her murder right now Her ex-boyfriend she happens to be white And so joy Reid notices that above all else A white girl A white girl This bastard joy read should ever ask fired Because she's a hate monger And she's always been a hate monger on social media with gays and others And she's hired by MSNBC part of NBC owned by Comcast Listen to this cut tango If you've been watching the news for the past few days or on Twitter or TikTok you're probably familiar with the name Gabby potato The 22 year old aspiring social media influencer who was reported missing after her fiance returned from their van life excursion without her On Sunday human remains believed to be potatoes were found in a national park in Wyoming An autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow to confirm the identity Now goes without saying that no family should ever have to endure that kind of pain And the potato family certainly deserves answers and justice But the way this story has captivated the nation has many wondering why not the same media attention when people of color go missing Well the answer actually has a name Missing white woman syndrome Missing white woman syndrome You see You all must be familiar with missing white women's syndrome because you're all afflicted with it

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What Is 'Left-Wing Ignorance Syndrome?'

Mark Levin

01:25 min | Last month

What Is 'Left-Wing Ignorance Syndrome?'

"Let me tell you something you racist propagandist You bigot let me tell you something On this show over and over again We talk about the madness that's going on in the streets and our inner cities The level of murder that is taking place black on black crime which is horrendous The little black children and babies who are being murdered as they sit in their car with their parents or they're in their bedrooms or they're watching TV with a grandparent and a bullet enters their brain because some jerk some nut job some gang member shot it or that shooting up of a fast food restaurant It's amazing how little this is covered by joy Reid It's amazing how little this is covered by MSNBC and NBC and all the rest of them It's amazing You know what I call this I call this left wing ignorance syndrome And the reason I would argue that so much of it goes ignored is because these are Democrat run cities where Democrat mayors That's why

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Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

Mark Levin

02:08 min | Last month

Liberals Continue to Push Everyday Racism Against White People

"I'm really getting sick and tired Of the racism that is being pushed every single day in the media by the Democrat party at school board meetings by members of Congress I am sick of it And by racism I mean you can say anything you want Anything About a white person or white people Joy Reid is a bigot and she's a homophobe and she's disgusting And I'll get back to her in a minute And she's not alone We've critical race theory being pushed throughout our society including our schools with little kids which is a racist ideology trashing white people Look how they dehumanize individuals You're a white person Doesn't matter what you do how you do it where you do your white Now you can be white and be from Switzerland and you can be white and be from Bolivia But apparently all white people have everything in common Just like all black people are all the same And all Latinos are all the same whether you're from Honduras or Mexico These convenient racist categories they stick us and started with the federal government And the Democrat party pursues them in their own interests And the American Marxist just love it Love it And they have these low IQ Hateful people all over cable and network television all races and if they don't have enough they bring them in from the outside So called professors and experts and authors and all the rest I am sick of it

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"reid" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

07:31 min | Last month

"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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Mahomes Dazzles as Chiefs Rally for 33-29 Win Over Browns

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Mahomes Dazzles as Chiefs Rally for 33-29 Win Over Browns

"In a game for the Cleveland Browns gambled early on fourth down to two point conversions they led by twelve points at halftime but the Kansas City Chiefs under coach Andy Reid stormed back for a thirty three twenty nine victory you know how the games again then there they were they were measuring us against them and we were kind of the same and you don't know this for okay chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes finished with three hundred thirty seven passing yards including three TD tosses and he also scored on a five yard run Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield passed for three hundred twenty one yards but had one costly interception Greg Echlin Kansas city

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Teacher Removed After Students Pledge Allegiance to Pride Flag

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:18 min | Last month

Teacher Removed After Students Pledge Allegiance to Pride Flag

"You probably heard dennis or one of dennis's guests hosts over the last couple of weeks talking about this. You know the teacher in california who bragged on a tick tock video that she created her own little sophie video in which she bragged about not having an american flag in her students classroom and when students wanted to stand for the pledge of allegiance the complained that they had nowhere to face because there was no flag nearby. She said yeah. I put that away during covert remember this. You've probably heard the story. I put that away. During covert. And i don't know where it is now. I'll find it at some point. It's in a box somewhere. And then she kind of giggled and her little video winky winky like. I'm never going to look for it. Because i don't want it. I don't like it. It made her uncomfortable. What a flag had to do in her classroom with cove. Nineteen restrictions is still a mystery to me but she bragged about and she giggled about and thought she was just the cutest thing in the world and when a student said where. Where do we do. Then how do we face our flag. She said face that one in pledge allegiance to that one and that one happened to be the rainbow flag the gay pride parade type of flag that she had hanging proudly in her classroom. We have since come to learn. You probably know this too so apologies. If this is redundant for you. But i want to make sure that those who don't know do now. There was another video of her parading around her classroom. During pride month in june and rainbow suspenders and rainbow close and rainbow shirts. And this and that and the other and all of the love winds this and all of the gender theory that and she's just one of these radical nutjob teachers who is there to indoctrinate and not to educate so. She suggested that the students Pledge allegiance to the gay flag. well her little Little boast And her little joy reid there on on the rainbow ended somewhat when she was removed from her classroom so she is now out of the school. She is still being paid while. The investigation is conducted. So that's kind of problematic but there's a chance maybe she'll be removed entirely from the teaching profession. Which of course she should be

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Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

"They're falling apart. People are taking horse space diver Mactan Jim overflowing ODS everywhere. Oh, Diz! ALS all over the place. Everyone. Oh, ding! Oh, my God. I took horse piece They Oklahoma hospitals. It's so much so the Rolling Stone story so much so horse Pacers in Oklahoma. That they're not even taking gunshot wounds anymore. Jim, You believe that you walk in You're like I've been shot. What happened? Nine millimeters and chest the bucket to make it hold on. We got a horse paste. Er, there's our Sir Horse Pacer. Come on over a gunshot guy bleeding. I'm collapsed Lung. We'll get to you in a couple hours. Go back home. Take an aspirin. Call me in the morning. Horse Pacers. Come on. So joy Reid is so stupid. She didn't even think to have someone call the hospital. About the horse Basters overdosing Joyce. Too dumb. So Joy, of course, brought the story on her shelf for the umpteenth 1000 time getting completely humiliated because she doesn't follow the Bongino rule. What's the Bongino rule? Anytime you see a stupid story about coronavirus or Donald Trump? It's probably a lie. Wait 72 hours and it will be the bunk. If Joy would apply this rule. If joy would have went right to the police. None of this would have ever happened. She doesn't seem to get that joy. If she would just wait the 72 hours. This kind of stuff wouldn't happen, Jim Play cut. Six. Here's Joy Reid hilariously dolling out the misinformation as she repeats the horse space talks. Check this out, so things are clearly bad. But they're being made even worse by people who have refused to take the vaccine and instead are swallowing horse paste. Emergency room in one rural Oklahoma town is being overwhelmed by people overdosing on ivermectin, the horse deworming medication. It's gotten so bad that gunshot victims gunshot victims are having to wait to be treated. Yeah.

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Taliban Take Over Afghanistan: What We Know

The Politics Guys

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Taliban Take Over Afghanistan: What We Know

"Okay jay so. I think we will start with. I know we will start with the topic that dominated the news this week afghanistan. Yes unusually Listeners know we be set this up. Where either mike reid as a summary of what's happened in sort of gives a synopsis of of the news that we're gonna be talking about And i'm not as good at that as mike is and unfortunately there is a whole lot to try to impress but i guess the short version. Obviously we've we've got last week The taliban took control of kabul with the exception of the airport which the united states still holds with six thousand troops united states had issued a shelter in place order for americans trying to get out at that time. There that has since there's been state department guidemap guidance. That is since come out saying. Please try to make your way to the kabul airport but we cannot Guarantee your security president. Joe biden Made no numerous numerous a couple. Couple statements of beginning an on tuesday then there was a an interview with george stephanopoulos and then another Press conference just yesterday. The increasing concern of of mind. Mike and you. And i will talk about sort of the bigger picture. Nation building stuff too but is there. It seems that what the president has said Compared with some of his military advisers say regarding our capabilities to get people out is really to me chilling. I guess You had secretary. Lloyd austin say that. We didn't have the capability to pull our people out individually to go to outside the airport to get them now. The french and the british and the germans Have been doing. This

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Oklahoma Health Officials Awaiting Guidance on Third

The Ric Edelman Show

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Oklahoma Health Officials Awaiting Guidance on Third

"Commissioner Keith Reid says the State Health Department is prepared to administer third doses of the Covid 19 vaccine once it receives approval and final guidance from the FDA and the C D. C. This rollout should follow a natural progression Such that are most vulnerable populations, including Oklahoma's 65 Plus and our health care workers should receive it first. And then it will open up to all. Oklahoma Federal government says booster shots will be available to all beginning the week of September. 20th. Oklahoma U. S.

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Joy Reid Calls Charlie Kirk 'The Annoying Orange': 'Cry More Dear'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Joy Reid Calls Charlie Kirk 'The Annoying Orange': 'Cry More Dear'

"Listen to this exchange about charlie kirk charlie kirk and. A lot of us are saying all right. We're going to bring all these thousands of people in from afghanistan. Chris cuomo demanding. We take every one of them. There's millions of people afghanistan. we're gonna take them all but to even ask that question. You're a racist. You're a bigot. A xenophobe and cries more dear. That's the that's the refrain of joy reid. One of the stars of msnbc. Well i was gonna say. There's one person i know who doesn't worry about it. They know being outside is happening. There's i don't remember his name. I think he looks like the annoying orange. What is his name. Charlie charlie kirk who literally said that what he fears is that they'll be millions of you. He named you by name. If you even want to be bothered with responding to him. I wanna give you the opportunity. He needs geography classes. And somebody needs to send him a gloat. Maybe from afghanistan. i'm from somalia and somali refugees in this country and many of them are prospering. Just as i have and you know that man and others can cry about it but the reality is this is a country that welcomes refugees and then on just welcome refugees. They said wednesday contrast there you go in my my advice to what is his name. Charlie crimor dear because we are going to be an open country just as the statue of liberty and going nowhere congresswoman ilan omar. Thank you and she clever. She pretends she doesn't know his name and she kept looking down pretending. Like what believe me. She does that a lot. Read her tweets. She's the one that got in trouble over the horrible things. She put on social media in the past and then pretended she was hacked. That'll gag. that'll gag. She is so so despicable. And you could just the cry more dear. Well you'll be crying some more when you wake up Election day

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:10 min | 2 months 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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2021 QB Consensus Rankings: Who Takes the No 1 Spot?

Fantasy Football Overtime

02:13 min | 2 months ago

2021 QB Consensus Rankings: Who Takes the No 1 Spot?

"Jump into our consensus rank. So is what we did here for. Anybody that doesn't understand. Consensus ranking each of awesome rank our quarterbacks from one to thirty two and then we come up with the kind of the average comes up with the consensus. I did thirty three. i'd include sam darnold. Oh okay wow. I'd so our number one quarterback. God mahomes a sexy. Is patrick mahomes. Hattie mahomes no surprises. Mahomes being number one. I think he's pretty much. Everyone's consensus one going into the quarterback position this year except for you. Thanks trial a segue. I have lamar. Jackson has my number one no surprise. Probably based off the trivia. Very lamar related both because of his his rushing upside by yes. Mahomes is not a far distant to put it that way over his last year's starter he finished as qb one in two thousand eighteen. He was cube seven and two thousand nineteen and he missed two and a half games that season and then he was q. Before last year missing a game if mahomes plays all seventeen games. He's a guaranteed top five quarterback with potential. Qb one overall like we've seen in the past and unlike the next four or five guys. He doesn't offer a huge amount of rushing upside. he does offer two to three hundred dollars. but much difference than you know. You're rushing upside type quarterback yeah. He has the highest ceiling of any quarterback. And as safe of a floor is any quarterback. And i think that's a really really important combination to have. It's crazy how consistent. He's been with the fact that he isn't a huge rushing quarterback. He certainly runs more than a lot of other quarterbacks in the league but he does it through the air. He's averaged over twenty four fantasy points per game since entering the league. Which is absolutely incredible. He's got the best weapons in the. Nfl andy. reid is a phenomenal head coach. He is so safe as long as he is healthy. Yeah i agree with that. I just disagree on the part where you said. He has the highest upside. Because i don't think he does. I think lavar does just his rushing and you can project the marta have more passing yards. You can't really project. Mahomes rushmore the only argument against that. I don't think he has the highest potential. Now that we've seen what lamar can

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Pujols Homers Against Team That Cut Him, Dodgers Beat Angels

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Pujols Homers Against Team That Cut Him, Dodgers Beat Angels

"Walker Buehler grinded through six innings to get his twelfth win as the Dodgers beat the angels eight to two a spokesman not not very good today but similar stuff in in some spots was good so you're looking to get out there with with the one run Buehler struck out eight but walked four he lowered his season earned run average to two point one three LA got off to a big start scoring two in the first and three in the second off Reid Detmers Dodgers got two run homers from Albert Pujols and Cody Bellinger AJ Pollock had a three hit day driving into dealers now twelve into Denver's is owing to mark Myers Los Angeles

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The Media Failed to Investigate Tara Reade's Allegation Against Joe Biden

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

The Media Failed to Investigate Tara Reade's Allegation Against Joe Biden

"And he's not the only one there. At least five other Democrat governors Newsome Whitmer. Pritzker. The doofus in New Jersey. Whatever Murphy Wolf, Pennsylvania. Other Notorious types. Did exactly the same thing. I cost a lot of people their lives. And it's so damnable because their Children and grandchildren couldn't she even comfort them in the last moments of their lives. They weren't allowed into the hospitals into the rooms. Shameful. Absolutely shameful. This is why There should have been pressure. And common to resign. This is why he should have been impeached. Then, when it comes to Allegations of sexual Molestation. Terror reads allegation against Joe Biden. Is more severe than anything the 11 women have said, and I make no excuses for Cuomo. None whatsoever. He's a pig. But how is it the terror? Reid's allegations didn't receive the same kind of investigative attention. Because she accused Robaina molesting her. What would be defined today is rape. And Other than honestly anticipate credit where credits to other than Mika Brzezinski. Nobody had a chance where nobody was allowed. I supposed to really question Biden. Nobody really wanted to The Praetorian Guard Biden media that had access to him. Just accepted what he

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Jan. 6 Hearing Opens as Police Detail Violence, Injuries

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Jan. 6 Hearing Opens as Police Detail Violence, Injuries

"The house committee investigating January's capital Reid has opened its first hearing with a focus on officers who were attacked I reported for duty at the capitol as usual early on the morning of January six from Vera capitol police officer Harry don and three law enforcement colleagues described a day of horror writers breaching the building while beating officers I could feel my myself losing oxygen recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending the sanctions I had been beaten unconscious and remained so for more than four minutes at best I would collapse and be a liability to my colleagues at worst be dragged down the crowd and lynched the officers are testifying before a panel with just two Republicans appointed by speaker Nancy Pelosi GOP leader Kevin McCarthy stopped other members from taking part calling the investigation a sham Sager made on me at the White House

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"That much more dependent on technet works more interconnected more exposed. How much should business leaders be focused concerned about cybersecurity. One of the things. I say as however fearful you are cybersecurity and the needs for better defenses against cybersecurity. You're not fearful enough. This is one of the areas where you have no idea how much of the world is. An emperor has no clothes situation and these ransomware attacks are just examples. You know one of the things that they can do is to interrupt your business to hold your processing of your business hostage and one of the challenges that the world is going to need to solve. With these crypto systems is they provide a very good way for being paid outside of the payments controls of current governments which means that it becomes a very good way for demanding ransoms where those ransoms are not recoverable not traceable. They're all kinds of areas. Where there's a cost to the tech that we have in some ways that it can be easy to forget. I mean yes tech ease of use access efficiency but it's offset by some worry some risk. I guess we don't get something for nothing right. That is a reminder for all of us in this that they're two sides to this tech world that we live in we have to protect ourselves in. Yeah and one of the things that i've been working on is to try to make sure that ethics is part of every computer science major. Because you need to understand when this will really matter and the same thing is true here for example cross-border transactions. He said. well what what. good is crypto for. Well the answer is if i am a person who wants to provide work through the internet but i am doing it from a country that's not well connected to the global financial system. It's hard for me to get paid. Which means at mitalent can't be enabled that well and actually impact that we want to have talent everywhere in the world able to make much progress because if one person who is for example coding in sudan and generates money front then can support their family then can support. The local schools then can support the local civic infrastructure. Those kinds of things are super important for making progress in the world right so if bitcoin is legal tender and el salvador hopefully that's to create opportunities for the population salvador to do jobs that that value as opposed to making it a center for criminal enterprises in some way. Right exactly and actually. I don't think the making legal will make it a particular center for criminal enterprises because by the way functionally. Bitcoin is actually impact legal in many places including the us the irs. Recognize it as something they wanna tax else. hovers president making. Bitcoin legal tender doesn't actually in fact make bitcoin more able for the criminals. It's a perfectly decent and good policy thing to do especially when you want to say. Look i wanna make sure that my country has a stable infrustructure. I want my business community. And i want my citizenry to know. They have this stability right. No matter what's going to happen with the government. And i think that can be a healthy move in a number of countries circumstances so the last time we did one of these vaccines were just starting to roll out in large numbers in the states. Now were further along and more than half. The country has been vaccinated and the virus seems to be abating at least in the states. I wanted to ask you some questions about some of the lessons of the covert videira. This kind of you know. Black swan type. Global event and i know many folks are predicting kind of roaring twenties. You could also see the other side of it. Do you have a sense about whether we're going to be looking over our shoulders more. What is it gonna do our relationship to risk. Some people will look at this and say this is a reason why to take risk particularly take smart risk that you can't rely upon everything else being stable and so you need to manage intelligent risk. That's obviously where i tend to start. There's also other people who go. Oh my gosh. The world is really dangerous to have completely safe platform. I need to choose based on safety. Given that i felt damaged or was damaged or felt at risk. Because of this. Until i you're gonna see both in some intensity and so when people say well. Hey is there going to be a whole bunch of new investment and a whole bunch of new entrepeneurship. Yes is going to be a whole bunch of people scarred and having ptsd from the pandemic yes and what we as leaders and helpers in the world you do is. Let's help both get to a better more. Modern jobs better productivity. Because we're all better off when we have a high functioning economy. And so i think that's the answer for those of us who are. How do we help people. On both sides of this risk equation. I spoke with robert rifkin. Founder and ceo of real estate platform compass for rapid response and he shared a particularly compelling perspective on the post cove environment. Let's listen in. I think that it has been very stressful for me. And i think it's been more stressful than i am able to process and what i mean by that. I had a conversation with someone that i work with. And i was just telling him that. It's hard for me to get excited. About the rebound From from cove it. It reminds me of how i felt after my wife had her first miscarriage the moment he told me that she is pregnant. I never felt so so happy. I felt so happy in crying with joy and then a a week later we found out that she lost the baby and in the pregnancy. I've never been able to have that same feeling into explaining that to him in what he said which really stuck with me said. Yeah this is. This is a real form of trauma. And i think our country. We're going to have to figure out our own individual ways to deal with that but we've all gone through real trauma over the last year and so yes. We've had to support each other over the past year. But we'll need to continue to support each other going forward. Even.

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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

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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

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"First though I want to again thank salesforce for that support. They believe the business of business is to improve the state of the world. We believe this to their sponsorship. Meditative story is part of sales forces commitment to highlighting stories that Shape Valley's crate our cultures and help us make sense of the world. The thing I most appreciated about weed story was how his friendships revolved around. Good questions so for meditation together. I'm going to pick up the thread. There are several meditation traditions whose primary practice practice. He's asking questions and using this questions to help orient the mind to turn the mind towards insight wonder the point is not to get the perfect perfect answer but instead just to look because it is through looking that we learned and it is through learning that we become wise so from here on in this. Meditation will just be a series of questions so I hope you have fun but is my intention. What is the best way you know of settling down? What is most reliable? Is it taking a few deep breaths. Is it the awareness in the body. Where in the body do you find it most straightforward for your attention to settle? And what is happening now. What is happening in the body other any parts of the body which particularly stand out what is happening in the mind other than mental patterns? Were feelings that particularly stand out what is happening. Can you be aware of what is happening while it is happening gentle and open and when your next thought pops up can you catch it. How about now? Can you catch the next Ford when you actively decide to try and catch next sort. Does that make the gap between towards longer or shorter while you watch your thoughts other connections you can notice between the chains of thoughts switching away from the mind what is happening in the body. Do you have a sense. So the body overall or is a particular area calling out for attention right now. What is the most prominent physical sensation? You are aware of. Can you magnify look about sensation and discover any details. Does this sensation have boundaries. Is it hot or cold. Is it static or is it dynamic. What can you discover about okay? How do you feel after having having hostile these questions is the mind a bit frazzled? Or is it at risk. What is your most reliable way to come back to steadiness and balance? Do you trust that you know what to do. Thank you. That has been a lot of questions. He'll be glad to hear that they're over now and remember. The paths of questions and meditation is not to come up with answers but to point out to orient the mind we have so much natural wisdom within us but sometimes we need the right questions to help.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Will band together? By targeting the weaker ones and so the misfits we get through it together. But it's in college when I really begin to find my people I meet my friend Tom Hommos quits the first week freshman year. Tom Has a gift for confronting topics that other people avoid and we start to forge a friendship through his socially uncomfortable questions one day in the cafeteria he turns to me and asks read. Why why are we friends? What do you mean is it true that were just friends with each other? Because we're self interested. It's not this grand spiritual thing it's just like we fill a need for each other and that's why we're really friends right. To some degree the statement undercuts the question Shen busy. We're actually using each other. We wouldn't talk about it explicitly but the fact we could reflect on the very nature our relationship directly alien head on and in this intellectual way. That's the kind of thing that I learned from. Tom Transforms my way of thinking. That's where my identity really starts growing that first year in college I spent most. It's the Michael I'm talking to people. It's not that I'm not interested in my classes that I'm more interested in these people around me. I I can't help but think. Wow they're all of these incredible people. Some of whom will be super close friends for the rest of my life Let me go meet these people. Let me go talk to them. The kids here are so much more like me. They have their Own Theories about human nature they think about the meaning of life in discourse in reading and learning and growing and inventing realize. I'm not really a misfit. After all I've been an electrical me and my focus in my friendship now shifts from these are my allies. Getting through stormy weather to these are the people can grow with these people who helped me become a better version of myself..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Me on. I love hearing entrepreneurs problems and I love hearing during your solution so this has been a total blast. Thank you Jason for your co hosting and for your own Great Work Supporting Founders at Entrepreneur Runner magazine thanks also to Georgie Mallet Analysis Bending from the entrepreneur first team for the partnership and to all the founders from entrepreneur. I who submitted their questions. If you WANNA learn more about entrepreneur I for any of these companies had to join F. DOT COM and if you're you're a startup incubator or celebrator and you'd like to work with us on a future strategy session for your entrepreneurs email us at hello at master scale scale dot com. I'm Reed Offman. Thank you for listening and now a final word from our sponsor. Aws We're back one more time with John. Strauss of greenhouse software they help companies simplify hiring and on boarding a positive collaborative workplace replace is their thing but greenhouse expands to San Francisco to Denver to Dublin and beyond they need new ways of cultivating the greenhouse way. How do we create this culture over there and sure that one it's unique right it takes on the local flavor of whatever's appropriate for that office but also feels like greenhouse takes while the characteristics that we like. John and his team are game to try everything to make greenhouse a great place to work and he knows he's not the first founder to ask this question so now he's asking you for some tips. I'd love to hear from folks anywhere. How do you create a community of humans when they're not all physically in the same place. I love shortcut the learning a bit and not have to learn all the hard lessons myself. How can greenhouse maintain their close work culture with scattered team? He's asking you yes you fellow masters of scale listeners help an entrepreneur out send John. You're distributed work. Culture hacks at master scale dot com slash. Aws It's part out of the startups. Helping startups series from aws aws dream bicker build faster help John Salvage challenge fast and masters of scale dot dot com slash. Aws Masters of scale is a Whitewater original. The shows recorded on site in California and produced at the studio inside S. Y. Partners in New York are executive producers who are June Cohen and Darin traff. Our producers are Chris. McLeod had them skews News Jenny Cataldo Jordan cloud and Ben Manilla..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

12:06 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"One one bridge is. Can you get someone that people already trust to endorse or to be the articulation of the value proposition. Such people say well if that person says it or that entity agrees to it then that's trustworthy. A second bridge to trust is doing something that's really new and extraordinary rather like the things that Daniel was doing. It might be making a commitment. It might be making a guarantee like can we break trust in this way then each instance. We'll pay you X. Dollars or a charity Y Z dollars. You know something where people go wow how. They're doing something where they're really putting on the line to say that this is who they are. This is what they're doing and we can trust them. A third bridge is to be radically transparent is to say here. We're completely open. Here's all of our code or here's our commentary board that all all of our customers are all the people can use and they can just put it and it's all there you can see it. We do ask me anything we have places where you say look we are completely open or completely open at least within some areas that established those trust so transparency is another way of building trust fast a fourth and final bridge edge which we've talked about a bunch of national scale is that trust is built up by consistency over time and this consistency we can still help you with some speed but it's really the way that the deep layering the very deep trust has built because when you're very consistent in addition to be transparent and are doing radical deeds and or getting endorsers or other people to stand with you that consistency then allows people to go right we trust you. We know that work so those bridges are key bridges and building trust and and they can work insensitive climates as well. They're just harder longer. You need to be more radical so these things can help you. I I hope with unitary. This next question reflects a mindset that every entrepreneur should have but that in my experience few actually do and here it is an entrepreneur needs to be a long-term thinker. They need to make decisions agents that may be hard or even painful today but that's set themselves up for long term success and here is what that mindset sounds like Henry Business Lancome Singapore. I'm running manufacturing athletics platform called Fire Vice Systems and we analyze woven even half a billion products every year in order to understand defects more deeply and help our clients to increase yield and Africa Russian on on how a startup especially early stage startup can ski during the. I'm often economic downturn so basically doing a recession so why I'm asking Mrs. Because our company is working in manufacturing field and manufacturers are heavily affected by economic downturns. So what can we do now to prepare for a potential recession and when it does happen what can we do to you. Keep on going that said thanks long. This is a great question in particularly because the market is so overheated by stimulus over the last two years that one wonders when there will be an economic downturn versus if there's a couple of simple things to think about prepping for downturns turns one is put a lot of capital in the bank right have the capital for flexibility raise more money than you need preserve it. This is one of the reasons on one of our earliest episodes with Mariam Nafisi the money episode we talked about raising more money than you need because you're planning for both both Browning for both success and potential volatility a second thing is to try to be monitoring and develop as much monitoring as you can other folks who are dealing with things like hardware products selling stuff to retail. Try to measure as early as possible what your demand is be willing somewhat somewhat to even under supply demand versus oversupply. You may be under realizing certain market opportunities but if you see any measurements mm-hmm and suggest that that's the right thing then to play a little cautious doesn't necessarily mean a lot cautious now for fire visor systems where you doing the analysis analysis on the products. The questions for you are okay well. You just have to make sure that you can weather the fact that their volume will go down in their volume will go up but the principles of monitor what's going on. Make sure you have cash in the bank potentially don't over hire. You're always playing to win but part sort of playing to win is making sure you get through downturns and volatility next. You're you're going to meet an entrepreneur who has up co-founder all right. I know there's nothing unusual there except his co founder is someone he just met this. This is something I think is going to become a lot more common in the coming years. It's coming out of incubators like entrepreneur I which is matchmaking co-founders based on complementary skills us and now this new kind of CO founder is curious about a new kind of problem as you'll hear he's curious about company culture. which is something that I hear a lot of people? Oh discussing these days you know in the past we might have talked about hiring or management or leadership but probably not culture per se especially at the startup stage which and yet I think it's great that early stage founders or talking about it now they understand the company culture matters and that you have to shape it early. It's a global trend as you'll hear from this entrepreneur who's based out of Berlin. My name is Max Moon. I'm CTO of my props together with my co founder and CEO Nina. We are developing rapid detection tests for food safety. We are at a super early stage. It's it's just the two of us. We just met three months ago. We're still in the process of getting to know each other which obviously isley is is interesting and sometimes there are misunderstandings and so on and you always have to find a way to be aligned so that simply really makes it tricky. We are thinking about adding one to two people to the team by the end of the year and we are still in the process of off developing this company culture and we are asking ourselves. How can we add people to the team and try to convey this company culture while we are still in the process of developing it. We don't have this ten or twenty years of joint experiences that shaped the way we we interact with each other within that company so we're building something besides the product which is this company culture from literally nothing and adding people to the team feels like a bigger challenge when you don't have this nicely tied up package of certain standards and rules yes and ways of how to interact with each other so it's a complex issue Max. Many people misunderstand culture. They think it's kind of like like a dictates. The Ten commandments or something you say will once it's this. This is what it is we're done. Culture is always evolving and it's obviously super important to establish very early because it's the thing that spreads literally from person to person if you don't get it right in the initial set. It doesn't spread the right way but the key thing to think about is as you're interviewing. Each new person part of your question is will this person helped me grow my culture will she or he be the person who makes us better in terms of how we work together together in terms of our belief and commitment to the mission that doesn't mean that they're mess aren't misunderstandings. That doesn't mean aren't mistakes. Actually part of the growth growth and evolution of culture can be well. We had this misunderstanding and now we've gotten too much better place and that actually can make people much stronger. It's just like sometimes when you have a conflict with your friend when you get through that conflict through that misunderstanding then you're better friends and so the last two things that I'll say about culture. I do think a lot about how it is. You grow how it is your cultural be somewhat different a year from now five years now that doesn't mean radically different that means deeper you know think about like the aging of wine. It's we are growing. This culture that we deeply believe in that we think is the company as it should be as we get there. Five years ten years twenty years fifty years from now now the second thing to really understand about culture is that we are all in service of the mission we all work for the mission and the culture follows from how it is we work for that mission so for example at linked in it was how do we make sure we stay focused focused on every free member every individual professional the transformation of their work life their career opportunities their ability to do their job is our mission and so we put members first so that the company would realize that as as much as all companies are focused on revenue that the free member in linked in is action in fact our top customer and everything we do needs to remember that and that culture then goes into the organization where they say the transformation of these individuals the transformation of individual individual careers as what we're about and so for example when someone within linked in comes to any of us in management and says hey this is where hi. I'm transforming my career and it's going to be a company outside of linked in as long as it's not an appropriate way to your team into your role we celebrate that and that's actually part of company culture so much so that Kevin Scott who was then the VP of engineering CTO would actually in fact. Ask Ask people what's the job you want after linked in as part of the interview question of coming the Lincoln and that's how deep our company culture went. If you share this fascination with cultivating company culture there are a few masters of scale episodes that you should revisit. One of them is the episode with Reed Hastings of Net flicks. Another is the episode with Arianna Huffington which focuses on work life balance and the final episode you should seek out what is the one with a neal. Bush really of workday on hiring and I can't help but add that I also hit company culture a lot in my own podcast which I due for Entrepreneur magazine. It's called problem solvers and each week we learn how an entrepreneur solved an unexpected problem in their business funding scaling motivation automation you name it and we have explored it. I hope that the show leaves you inspired in full of ideas just like masters of scaled so check it out. It's called problem solvers I with that. I'll hand it back to read for the final word. Read thanks for having.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"My name's to track of Lordy. I run a company called Mimika and we're building a I learned to automate repetitive computer work. My question is as an early stage company. That has a top top of the funnel problem hiring diverse talent. What can we be doing to source more. Women and minorities a very important portent question to in this is a problem to address early in the company's life cycle and the reason is is when you bring in diverse talent then they help you bring in additional diverse talent they helped create a work culture a workplace a set of practices and a set of ways that people talk to each other that are already embodies inclusivity and diversity so starting early really matters now in terms of what can you do source companies techniques for sourcing talent is actually part of how they actually in fact act succeed uniquely like each company develops its own patterns for here's how we differentiate. These are the universities the the networks we reach out to these are the companies we go talk to. This is our pitch about what our mission is about why we will work as a company why this is that learns to automate repetitive computer work will actually in fact grow and scale. This is the kind of thing that's very valuable so what you need dad you. Recruiting strategy is diversity recruiting strategy and some of that is okay. We're going to be searching linked in and we're GONNA make sure that we are looking for the right diverse talent. We're GONNA make sure that we're looking at the list and the people that we might encounter. were making sure that diverse candidates earn the list when we're going nor networks and asking them for who are the great people to join an early company we make sure also ask the question who are the great people who have diverse backgrounds so you should be thinking about the diversity and inclusion from the very beginning because then that's helped set the foundation for your company and then sets that when you scale you scale the company that you want to scale the company that you want to be so read these next two questions are both about speed but they're very subtle anyone who listens to masters of scale who knows if you are a champion of fast growth or blitz scaling as you call it and yet you'll probably agree that there are exceptions to that rule depending on where the company is based in what industry they're in the do questions that you're going to hear next might both those exceptions there reminders that business doesn't happen in a bubble you have to consider sitter your unique circumstances and in the case of these entrepreneurs we're going to hear from the challenges of operating outside America. My name is Dominic Eggert founder on earth better by less we help our members to get rid of single use plastics in their bathrooms and improved their ecological footprint. We're in a very early stage. We we worked with the F. in the last couple of weeks on the idea and now we're preparing for seed funding. My question is if you scale pretty fast. Then you're so busy making sure the business doesn't a collapse and that you can manage all this growth that sometimes you're. I'm not able to test and improve the product and learn from what you're doing wrong with my former business it became harder to test and improve the largely got you have a lot of business and if you're up and you're managing a business and five languages which is always a challenge in Europe then you're just a lot MM slower iterating so my question is how should I balanced growth and improving my product dominic. Here's the thing to think about from top hop. which is it's the first scale that matters within the blitz scaling universe so for your situation with better by less? The very first question is what is competition look like if you have competition near at your heels where you actually in fact aren't a contest for who gets the market. I who establishes Dabble shes the brand who establishes the channel who establishes the partner relationships then. You may go all right. I will iterative on what the product market fit is as I'm going there but if you feel you don't have current competition and you also don't have competition that might emerge very quickly and suddenly be blitz scaling against you then taking the time you know with still an eye to speed but taking the time and ordered to do product market fit to think about kind of like okay. What are the ways that we need to improve the product? What are the things that we're gonNA lock in such that when we're doing scale we don't have as many product innovations and the challenge of doing that while we're also scaling our supply chain scaling our marketing scaling our channels for distribution seven and so the right balance a great question. The thing always remember is that it's relative speed as you say when you're you're kind of managing this challenge challenge in Europe which is five languages multiple countries multiple logistic systems. That's actually one of the things that Europe has general challenge getting the scale and that's a challenge but your key thing is your speed relative your competitors. It isn't speed for its own sake. It speed to accomplish being the first to scale so good luck. I loved what you just said there. Read you don't want speed for its own. Sake speed isn't an accomplishment on its own speed need is a method. It's a tool you want speed that accomplishes something else that enables you in this case to be first to scale. There's a lot of nuance wants in that point and it often gets lost when entrepreneurs just focus on moving fast that plays out in a different way in this next question our second question about speed read. My name is Emile. I am the CEO of Novalic and we are diagnosing Alzheimer's radically early using the way you speak doc. Producing language is a very complicated task for the brain to do and ask the brain changes when it gets affected by disease. This affects your language in ways that we can actually she learned so it's been known in the literature of for a long time that there's changes in language in Alzheimer's disease and what we're doing is bringing modern computational computational techniques to learn those micro changes very early on in speech there are potential regulatory questions looking to get approved South Wasim medical device down the line and that's an area where the guidelines of being drafted right now by the FDA speaking speaking so as a digital biotechnology company the medical products that we're building our software this makes them rapidly really scalable but the industry that we are operating in in healthcare and Pharma inherently slow moving and heavily regulated so how do we best scale up hyper fast given the constraints of the industry balancing innovation and being contributing versus abiding by the the existing rules a meal a particularly interesting question given of course a podcasting medium of course wonder how you diagnose me based on on all of the masters of scale podcasts as always with put scaling the key question is how fast are you going to need to move moving faster than slower is always valuable has compounding growth gets more customers increases revenue. That's always a useful thing but in terms of blitz let's scaling in terms of moving hyper fast that depends a lot on competition that depends a lot on what do you need in order to get to critical mass and heavily regulated industries like the medical industry tend to be things where you should be more cautious about your speed lead. You still need speed relative competition but these are things that you need to evaluate in a specific instance as you undoubtedly only heard one of our recent episodes was with an would Gysky of twenty three and me the idea is sometimes you need to embrace the gatekeepers AAC keepers because that's what allows you to reach scale and a lot of it depends on your specific gatekeepers at depends on what the competition petition looks like it depends on which variables are the ones that you could tune up some and all of those things are specific to your specific case but I look forward board to seeing your product and I look forward to other medical products as well by which we take the digital world and we make healthcare so much better it will be back in a moment afterward from our sponsor. Aws We're back DOC WITH AWS startups. Helping startups series. We're talking with John. Stocks of greenhouse who software helps companies recruit great hires greenhouse started a New York expanded to San Francisco and watch the gap between the offices grow with a lot of folks in San Francisco her saying Jeez. Do I have to move to New York to get promoted the gap between offices. John was intent on closing it. After all greenhouse wins awards for being a great place to work and also their whole business centers on hiring yeah and retaining great talent are people practices like how we hire how we retain how we've managed folks is everything so John went looking for ways to get their offices on on equal footing. There were big things like cross country career paths and small things like a plague of bad video calls. John and his team started solving one by one and they're still solving. We're starting to realize wait if we don't intentionally get ahead of that and figure out. How do we specifically treat these offices the same make sure they have good experiences. WE'RE GONNA get into trouble. How does greenhouse go from a happy scrappy New York team all based in one room to a happy equitable team based all over the map. John would love to know what you we know send John. You're global scaling solutions at masters of scale dot com slash. Aws It's all part of the AWS STARTUPS HELPING STARTUPS SERIES AWS WS dream bigger build faster help John Salvage Challenge fast at masters of scaled dot com slash aws this next question is a great example of how entrepreneurs often have to tackle very very new problems so I mean a startups purposes to invent right but that can mean going into areas where there's no established rules and no ready made solutions for very difficult challenges listeners. I should warn you that are questions about to touch and some subject matter. That's a bit violent. So if you're sensitive you can jump ahead thirty seconds hi. I'M SASHA CO-FOUNDER OF UNITARY. We are developing novel. Ai To understand video for use in content moderation so we're pretty early stage. We've just appreciate round recently. My co-founder found facebook an image of somebody beheaded and flagged it moderator moderator. It was then still forty hours later in that time obviously so when people have to see that these moderators after watch harmful content all day the worst job in the world and we believe that no one should ever have to see this kind of content and problem is that current state of the art for ai in video is really behind a lot of video gets through the net so we are developing new techniques in this space so that moderators don't have much so read given that harmful content on social media is both a topical but also really sensitive issue. How can we gain trust quickly so that we can move fast in this space. Sasha Sasha obviously important question and I know you've probably already listened to our Daniel Eric how to build trust fast episode. The key you set of techniques for building trust fast are using bridges. Were the people already naturally trust that bridge so one one bridge is. Can you get someone that people already trust to endorse or to be the articulation of the value proposition..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

13:19 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"The world asked their most burning questions. I have to say I think you might find their questions as revealing as my answers for this First Strategy Session we partner with entrepreneur first a talent investor investor that helps founders turn their ideas into companies entrepreneur. I has six campuses across Europe and Asia and they had founders from all these he's locations ask questions. I was fascinated with what they asked so I invited a guest co host to join me for this experimental episode to bring some context context to the questions. Were hearing my co host for today. Is Jason Pfeifer the Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur magazine. Jason spends all his time. I'm thinking about what entrepreneurs need to know. Some of you might remember that we collaborated with Jason and his team when we first launched masters of scale Hello Jason. It's great to have you back. Thanks read. I gotta say it is a special kind of thrill to be on a podcast that I also listen to for fun so I appreciate in having me and what we're doing on. This episode is important because hey if you WANNA know how business is changing. There is no better way than to listen to the problems that entrepreneurs are wrestling with. They are on the front lines. They are reacting to a changing world and the questions here today all reflect that so I want to start today's strategy session with a question that really captures how much change is happening in business read. You're going to hear from Raj. Sri Vossen the CO founder of a start up in Singapore. He's working on the next generation of tech and he also acts in a very forward thinking way Raj shutdown his first company and take a listen to how casually he talks about that even a few years ago that would have been seen as a failure something to conceal but today with the right founder telling the right story story. It is the mark of a fast learner. Here's how Raj introduces himself Kerry. I was part of the second cohort of Singapore my co-founder when I started inboard a deep tech company but you too many reasons we decided to shut it down on money to the investors but with the same team we have started another company that easy to enable enable mass adoption of electric vehicles in Asia listeners as Raj gets to his question. You're going to notice that he references reads episode with Uber Ceo Darko Shahi he the theory in that episode is that all startups have to eventually transform from rule breaking pirate ship into the rules oriented navy okay read here here is Russia's question for you. The question is in reference to the episode with the Odyssey. You were you talk about a startup transitioning from a pirate ship to a navy vessel. Can you give a specific example from Lincoln's past when being bided was helpful and one when it wasn't helpful also when and why did you shift to being a navy vessel so Roger. Your question is really interesting but not quite for the reason that you might think which is everyone assumes that everyone starts is is a pirate linked in actually started as a small navy two of my co founders John Luke Val and Alan blue eyed actually done an earlier start startup with called social net. We knew how to work together. We knew what the processes were. We'd knew how to go from small the large so as opposed to a pirate ship we were actually in fact like a navy destroyer and then built into a fleet and so we didn't do much of the normal kind of swashbuckling in Piraeus stuff that most people because we we knew what our plan was. We done social networking before we knew what technical build would be like how it wings with business models. Why would you growth I matter of fact I was one of the earliest people saying growth engagement monetization as part of the tempo for what we were doing and that it was all because we were actually operating with the focus of a navy from very early days however I will give you an example from pay pal which was a pirate ship then a pirate fleet and only much later a navy in the very early days of pay pal we were building a new payments layer on top top of and around side existing payments layers like these mastercard and they actually at the time didn't have the vision to realize that paypal could be super helpful to them. They could add a lot of volume to their system and would be additive to what their system would do so they were trying to do various things in order to you essentially get us to not use these mastercard because then that would kill pay pal part of their techniques were to claim issuing fines right and various little rule inflections rather than trying to figure out how to essentially have all the rules to evolve all all of the growth in the system and to really bring in all of these new small businesses to be able to use credit cards and payments which the existing merchant bank system the existing these. Nash occurred system didn't do so our pirate techniques were essentially to try to delay these mastercard card long enough in order to get us the scale and size they could see all the volume that could see how it'd be useful and once we're at that size we could then recruit members burs from the visa and the Mastercard Ecosystems these large issuing bank's who just issuing credit cards and order to say well no actually pay pals useful whole to us. We really want this where issue cards with them We're doing a lot of payments transactions through them. We want them to exist. So that was a helpful case. An unhelpful case was that we were competing with ebays own solution called billpoint on Ebay and as part of that Ebay was trying to turn the various knobs to get people to not use pay pal and the US bill point even though most their customers at the time didn't prefer it then they preferred pay pal instead and so one of the things they introduced was by it now which when you click the button with only go to the bill point flow on the webpage so one of our engineers released least a feature that when we added the paypal icon to the ebay webpage it would go to the pay by pay pal versus. The pay by billpoint point it essentially in a very small way hack the ebay webpage. Why wasn't that helpful. Well that was essentially hacking. The webpage and Ebay was furious. Yes right so I had to like. Get that rolled back in hours in order to make that not work because that was the kind of case where it's like no no you're you're being a a pirate and your and your skirting the gray but that was going into black hat territory even though is visible and it was clear on the webpage it was still the wrong thing to do and pay pal shifted to being a navy vessel once it got large enough that we established a relationship with Ebay. We established a relationship with visa mastercard right and we got to well. Here's the rule set in which we're operating and now it's just a question of growing the ecosystem within that rule set. You know what's interesting read. I said at the very beginning that Raj is very forward thinking guy and they listen to this. I realized that his question is pretty modern to or really. I guess it's a framing seaming. That's new for a age old problem because modern businesses have long struggled with questions about growth but Rajoub his peers today are especially grappling with the legacy super and other companies like it because they're wondering you know to what extent should I be like uber that is grow like crazy and break all the rules along the way and to what extent should I avoid being uber and avoid the toxic fallout of growth at all costs. We'll be back in a moment afterward from our sponsor. Aws We had a couple of high-performers in San Francisco who left they left to another company which is Kinda crushing. That's John Strauss co founder of greenhouse software which helps companies with hiring John Sharing a heartache familiar to founders everywhere the loss of great employees for less than great reasons. We do so much work to get these great people all and train them and get them up to speed and if they leave because they feel like there's not opportunity. It's just a huge loss business. It was like Oh that's terrible like that was a bad reason. Listen to lose that person later in the show John will share some of the ways they now keep staff in the remote offices but he really wants to know what you know. Do you have a recipe see for keeping remote teams close share them with John at masters of scale dot com slash. Aws It's all part of the startups. Helping startups series from aws aws aws dream bigger build faster. That's masters of scale dot com slash. Aws this next question comes from Laura Douglas in London. Her Company has actually relocated to San Francisco since she submitted this question but in any case Laura is the CO founder of my levels which makes a wearable device that monitors your sugar intake and Laura ask a question that I hear from entrepreneurs constantly. It's among the First Major Challenges Ages that entrepreneur will face and it is this. How do I go from my first customers to the wire group of customers that I need to scale by the way on some of these these questions you're going to notice some background noise. Just consider that the bustle of startup life or a read here is Laura's question learn this phone my levels in London. I'm wondering about how you might suggest. The faith is switching between your Elliott. Choose your the feedback Nigeria's and things that they want to fix on and then actually like how do you in your mind to your longer-term community and he expected seddon how the product will be for them. How do you make that leap and how would you recommend so Laura great question. Shen and I'm guessing that you probably read Blit scaling because one of the counter-intuitive rules and blitz scaling was ignore your customer but really it was ignore your current in customers in favor of you scale customers in favor of the customers that you're building towards so part of the key thing when you're thinking about transitioning positioning from early adopters to long-term users is the thing about which are the attributes of the early adopters are your scale customers and your long term mm users because those are the ones that focus on now. You might do that through surveys. You might do that through analytics and watching the actual use of your my levels is product. You might talk to some of them. Do some user groups This is actually one of the things that Mariam Nafisi of minted would do a lot is bringing users and be there talking talking with them without identifying herself as the CEO so that you can make that theory that prediction about which attributes of your early adopters are the one for long term users now one of the things of course you always have to be measuring and monitoring is it your theory of your long term users may not be right and so you need to be measuring that and changing it. You may be learning things to me early. Adopters that actually in fact aren't what your long term users are now. Sometimes you just now. I'll give you an example from Lincoln when we launched linked in there was a very active and vocal group called the Lincoln Open Net workers. They were called Wyans. They call themselves lines and they were like well the whole world. Everyone should respond everyone. Everyone should be open. Everyone everyone should email everyone. Everyone should be accessible to everyone and and that's just not the way the world works right if you're a important celebrity or businessperson a CEO. There's lots of people you cannot respond to and so they need essentially their network to be gatekeepers for them. That's part of the reason why we designed linked in the way it is and yet these lines who were important parts of early growing network would advocate very strongly now. The reason we knew that that was certain is that we knew that aligns are right. We would never be big. Maybe they you're right but if they were right linked would only be a small service only used by people who are like the Lincoln Open Net workers and so we stuck to our guns and of course eventually got to the over six hundred million people who are using the service today and that was actually in fact key for thinking about early adopters doctors to long-term users this next question is about hiring and I love it for two big big reasons number one despite how important the subject is it is just not something I think you'd have heard a male entrepreneur. Ask even a few years ago and into even though many men are now recognizing the problem. I think a lot of them are uncomfortable admitting that they themselves are part of the problem so okay. Here's a question in that truly captured business today coming to us from a startup in London. Hi.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"He was in fact already writing his book blitz scaling. We believe that podcasting could be the next medium that helps scale his ideas. He still remembers the conversation you came to me and said, hey, there's this revolution in podcasting, and podcasting let's becoming a scale medium, how do we enable these industries of the teacher the jobs of the future the companies of the future? And we could all do that with a podcast. So as you can see we didn't just randomly pitch. Read. The idea of doing a podcast rather we brought reading idea that we thought might make him a hero in the next chapter of his own story. And it turns out he thought so too. Two. I was like oh hadn't really thought about that. But that makes sense we relying on his mission because this ability to get these innovations these companies these jobs these industries, these technologies to scale is precisely how we create massive good in the world. Mashes scaled creates that sense of that community of people all rowing in a similar direction while each all rowing in their own direction in order to make a great new future. A community of people rowing in the same direction while all rowing in their own direction. It's another great metaphor for how to capture the momentum of other people's passions. Find the alignment between their mission and your mission. So you're pointing in the same direction. Make them a hero. And they'll row you to victory. That brings us to the end of our theory proving in this two part Reid Hoffman extravaganza, but we have one more treat for you..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"That's a X IOS on Instagram the following Monday to see if your illustration was picked I'll be looking out for them. Previously on masters of scale. I'm about to change roles for this two part episode all answer the questions and my good friend June. Cohen will ask them. What did you learn about human motivation playing dungeons and dragons I did learn that people wanted to be the hero of their own story that that was a fundamental kind of human drive across almost everybody. We felt ready to launch his first startup social. The theory of human nature is that we're social animals what gives people the most fabric, and meaning and joy and kind of presence in life is other people when social net. Folded read already had the idea that would become Lincoln retook, his fledgling idea to Peter Thiel news like no you shouldn't start out of accompanying. Yeah. Really? I think I should know you should come. Join pay pal. What was the biggest fire you've put out at PayPal? And what was the biggest fire you let burn I had this whole all of them otherwise value pay pal zero like roadkill out of business. We'll read safe pay pal from its demise. Will he realize his vision of a more connected world? Find out now on masters of scale the Reid Hoffman story. Part two. When we last left read he was at pay pal and pay pal has become something of a legend in Silicon Valley partially because of its incredible cast of characters. Peter Thiel, Alon musk max love chin, Luke, no sick. And of course Reid Hoffman. Each of them would go on to define their own heroes path after pay pal? Cemented pay pals place in history. In fact, it brings to mind another legendary group the Beatles. Like the bugles the core team behind pay pal on the long bond feet on mocks. Yeah. There were five of us. You know, go on to transform the world. Okay. So maybe the pay pal team lacked the throngs of screaming groupies, but like the Fab Four they were crazy geniuses each of them hero on their own creative journey leading fans and commentators to later ask whose genius made the group what it was. Or was it the group that made them geniuses? And it just seemed so unlikely that they would have found each other at all. They also went through distinct phases. The idealism of their early days when they first band together. To the middle period where they combined all of their strengths to make something to world had never seen. And eventually the later period where the cracks started to show, our group of strong willed heroes had achieved all that could together and parted ways before stuff got too weird. During his heyday at pay pal? Read says this team of heroes were United toward a common goal. We're willing to be really bold who were willing to take risks. We didn't kind of like panic about our careers. If oh gosh this thing blows up and doesn't work. So you got a lot of people who had that level of similarity all willing to work together. Despite the fact that had enormous political differences what the mission of the company was, but while you may picture yourself on a boat on a river before long..

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