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"ryan williams" Discussed on The KoolPals
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"ryan williams" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Well, speaking of edge rushers and the potential to get one the unit broke the story today. Excuse me about Isaiah Irving, you know, and these guys familiar with Vic practice squad with potential for call up to the game. That is anticipated yesterday obviously has to pass covert and his physical. It's aside on Saturday, the Broncos the story of the other story out today, Clay Matthews. Andi talked about that on this show and how that transpired How that went down. The The Broncos obviously are not looking for a splash. In fact, we too, because they don't want to pay the full guaranteed salary for vested veteran week one. Do we have any names that they could consider looking at beyond this week? Well, I think if Clay Matthews if you're not going to meet his price, and it's it's an interesting thing, and I talked about it with Alan Jo Jo. How's point was if the Broncos go low, which you've got to think they were fine, letting the Rams paid the two million that they own. And then the Broncos offer another million or whatever it may be, and I know that's not exactly how the salary works. But, you know, saying, Hey, it's going to be about three million When he was wanting close to what he's going to make a sideways told more like seven million. Or you're just a homeless guy that's made likely $100 million haven't crunched his numbers, maybe a little less. He's going to be a Hall of Fame candidate for sure. When you talk about defensive player of the year and so I'm guessing that his agent, Ryan Williams, gave John Elway and company a number Oh, and vice versa. And they couldn't come to an agreement. It got a little interesting because somebody with the Broncos talked Adam Schefter. We could probably guess who it is. But I'm not certainly going to get into that right now. And Adam Schefter put puts out what what It was said, or there's an element of a quote. They're basically saying he didn't want to play. So then Ryan Williams's agent jumps on, and Ryan's not an agent that usually gets in the middle of the stuff publicly. He'll tweet in support of his guys the way lots of agents do when they do something good or something good in the community, but he doesn't usually Promote his business or the business of athletes First on online and so he's in the middle of it in Clay Matthews jumped in, right. So what I think it is this Clay Matthews in week one or even weeks to where the salary isn't guaranteed. Even I guess the bonuses certainly are. He has to decide. Okay. Do I want to play this early and for a low number? I don't think he's fully retired. I think that he doesn't need to play 16 games right now. Especially not knowing how good the Broncos or anything might be. I suppose if the Chiefs called and wanted off from some sort of number, and he wanted to shot another ring. Then maybe he He comes back and plays. I don't the chief doing that, obviously, and it doesn't seem like they need you. Basically, we're seeing tonight, but it was just interesting to see. And so then you asked about other names. It's the same name that we've talked about beyond Isaiah Irving, who can get that call up. A surly is this week. It's a little tricky with how you can bring up guys from the practice squad, and then they don't have to clear waivers back. So they consign him to practice squad, which means you have to cut a practice quite a player or promote someone. But They're set to bring him in, despite vics, kind of hemming and hawing and kind of dancing around it today, But then you were all over it about them taking a covert testing and then others in town certainly followed your lead or Contextualized your tweets. And so it is one of those one of those things where you're not gonna get excited about Isaiah Irving. But you do need 1/4 body. Derek Tosca is not there physically, yet. We saw Can never get past the Mar Dotson or really any of the other right tackles, but certainly tomorrow dots and I get that He's a 34 year old vet with 100 starts, but they said Tuscans just not ready physically. It's not big enough so it wouldn't make a lot of sense to add him. You could add somebody like Josh Watson, and then I think Ben even said that Khalid wrote a play on the edge of it if you had to, and you are talking so you could bring up somebody like that. So Watson helping special teams. And you can get through the week. But with Irving it's a body who's been 1/4 outside linebacker. So he's almost kind of like emergency linebacker there. Just a spell. Ah! The guys in front of him. In this case, the tot you read and Chuck to some degree, But mostly it's because job is going to need the break anyway. So I don't mind the Irving signing, but you know, it's still It's guys like Cameron, Wake and Terrell Suggs. I just don't think they're ready to go down that road right now. I think they want to see once jobs up to speed. How does a touch you? How does it touch you? Perform and can they get by and then keep their fingers crossed Bonds ready by the end of the year? Yeah, that's that's pretty much how it is. The other thing about the Irving signing is that he can play special teams as well. So it gives you a you know, kind of Cem. Some extra versatility with all that kind of stuff, and he really, you know, he knows he can jump in this game and come in and play because he knows the system so well, not only that he was in camp with the bear, So it's like he was just hanging out at home rocking out, so he is And whatever kind of football shaped any of these guys, Aaron, he is in basically the same football shape. I get that he has been practicing this week. But he was with the bears up until Friday, Friday night or Saturday morning when they make their final cuts B k Football's back and the cans the chief's defeats the Houston Texans, 30 years 20 and the over You guys have anybody going tonight? I had had a lot of other legal in our league. Did you all have anybody going? We made fun of Coover. But Cooper's You know, you've got some points had every player going in the 20,000. Well, sure, I have no chiefs unless Ryan, you and I have eye on the one team Have. I don't have any ID walk ins on the bench in our league in our eye Heart league. It's seven for 82 Touchdown, So I'm a little bummed that I Binge to begin Salford, But when you lose, you live and learn. I didn't know it would be a Tyree kill game or Travis Kelsey games. Yes, the damn weapon I've got I've got. I've got every teller's back up, which, starting next week, I would suspect you'll start to see get the goal line carries. Heller looked great tonight, except in short yardage situation itself, because that's all on him now, But anyway, yeah, footballs, bad guys, and I'm excited. Can't wait to talk to you all weekend.
"ryan williams" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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Climate Change: A Partisan Issue?
"On today show on joined by Ryan and Williams and Rebecca Liba Ryan Williams is executive vice president targeted victory involves Mitt. Romney's two thousand twelve campaign spokesman. He joins us from Cape Cod road. And Rebecca Liba is a climate politics and science reporter for Mother Jones. She joins us from Washington. DC Ryan want to start by framing framing climate change as a policy position within the context of the current presidential election. And obviously I think it's fair to say that this like everything else. In American politics politics are everything else in American life is going to be seen as a partisan issue doesn't strike you that there is a serious policy difference between Democrats it's and Republicans or is this just a case of the Republican seeing the Democrats saw for this therefore we must be against it. I think there's a significant policy difference. Prince obviously president trump has mocked the green new deal which is the cornerstone of the Democrats Climate Change Agenda. It was put out by some of the more liberal politicians in the party party but it's become essentially a mainstream position amongst Democratic primary voters to support this and I think you're gonNA see every Democratic presidential candidate to some degree have to support report this or else risk alienating liberal voters who make up a significant portion of their primary electorate with Republicans trump is marcus repeatedly. He's mocked the concept of climate change. And I don't think his position is essentially where a number of Republicans are I think. Republicans are beginning to move a bit on acknowledging knowledge in the climate. Change is real for many years. Most Republicans running had said. The science is disputed. I think we're getting beyond that. Debate to some extent with mainstream Republicans publican's trump not being one of them. And I think now the question is how to solve it. The Democrats are taking it pretty dramatic and far left approach with the green new deal. I think some some Republicans you're GONNA see propose more moderate solutions. You've seen Lamar. Alexander Retiring Senator from Tennessee. Come out with a plan recently. That relies on investments and technology nuclear nuclear power. So I think that's kind of an overview basically of of how the debate is shaping up now with the two parties Rebecca if that is the case that there is a gathering consensus consensus among as Ryan says mainstream Republicans that there's not much dispute about the science that climate change is a thing have the proponents of the green renew deal possibly made a mistake in the packaging because obviously there's a couple of screaming red flags that to a lot of even moderate Republican Publican. Voters agree that the Republican base doesn't necessarily reflect what the president is saying on climate change. Denial polls consistently show Oh that acceptance of climate change science and belief that it's getting worse is the majority of voters while the president's still regularly. He calls this something like a hoax. But I think what the green new deal conversation has really done. Here is broaden out. The conversation on climate change for so long talk about climate solutions was really relegated to an environmental policy into this niche topic in debate and you saw that reflected in in the primary debates in past election cycles where there was no climate change debate that even came up because it felt like this bottom tier issue for voters what the green new deal has done is brought in that out and connect climate change to other policies like economic justice distace like social injustice like healthcare and. I think it's too early to tell if this is a tactical mistake but I think you've seen the results. It's just a few months. How climate change has really soared in the Democratic Party and it's consistently now ranked as a top tier issue and God for the first time fifteen? Eighteen minutes of debate in the first two presidential debates. Royan is there a way that you can run and win on this even if you do need to win. Lean over conservative voters as Rebecca pointed out there. There has been a tendency certainly among some parts of the Democratic Party and the left elsewhere to tie climate a change into things like economic justice and social justice traditional I guess Social Democrat left wing positions. Is that a mistake. Dyke from the democratic. Party's point of view. Do you think would it make more sense for them to run on actually the economic benefits of attempting to reinvent environmental environmental policy. All of which it can be plausibly argued that there are many well. I agree with Rebecca that this new deal certainly has raised the issue of climate change to a degree that it has is not been in recent years. It's being discussed now both parties with democratic debates. And of course president trump tweets about it frequently. I don't know if social justice and other liberal concerns are the best way to build consensus amongst the broader swath of voters. It certainly something that they're going to have to discuss right now. The Democratic candidates because they're trying to win over Democratic or credit base voters to secure the nomination so it makes political sense to focus on those issues right now in a general election. I really do think the economy's the biggest issue and the main attack on the green deal. He'll anybody who signs on the green new deal is that this is a job killing economy. Busting Bill because of its price tag because of the restrictions that puts on businesses and free enterprise and I think Democrats if they signed onto the new deal which most I think will are GonNa have to counter that with an economic message so I think in general election. They need to beep prepared if they're gonNA support this to counter the narrative that this is GonNa kill jobs. They're going to have to deal with that when they get to the general election whoever the Democratic nominee is Rebecca. Do you think there is oh has been just a brutally if you like economic case for combating climate change that you can actually make prophets From renewable energies. And is it arguable. That the Democrats and broadly left wing parties elsewhere in the world have been a bit shy about making the argument. I can remember myself talking to people. Involved in Green Energy in Abu Dhabi in one of the reasons they were excited about it was not just because of the environmental benefits because they thought the United Arab Emirates wearing a fantastic position to make immense amounts of money from it for so long. Climate Change has been framed in the US Set lease as a conversation around the costs of action and what it would cost to transition the economy from fossil fuels to renewables. And I think what's changed. Actually for especially in the Democratic Party is talking about this more as an economic opportunity and not just framing this as what are the costs in. How do we pay for it? But what are the costs of inaction first of all which is a conversation that we don't often focus and I think press should definitely always work into stories about talking about paying for climate change but I also think the green new deal what what that has done is give Democrats vision for in economic opportunity here. An investment in things like infrastructure in jobs. And that does I think give voters and economic message. Here that isn't just about. We need to fight climate change because of the moral reasons but because there there are economic reasons that are affecting you in your lifetime that this kind of investment could help you right now and. That's that's the message that I think. Green new deal. Proponents are trying to make. This election is a good test for how well they will make that message. Roy and do you think there are actual political opportunities for Republicans and other conservatives in approaching climate change if for example a Republican not necessarily presidential nominee but any republican running running for office next year was to decide to make this thing and get out in front of it. Could they reach their anyway. They could take Republican voters with them. All would a plurality of that Republican base just think that candidate X. had completely lost their mind gone over the wall and might as well be working for the other team. No I think there is an opportunity especially for some blue state. Republican senators are up for reelection in two thousand sixteen. I'm thinking of People Cory Gardner senator from Colorado who faces the very challenging reelection campaign. Proposing a common sense. Bipartisan solution. To address climate change. I think could give political benefits to a Republican running blue-state sensible moderate and have the ability to bring in swing voters and potentially some Democrats as well into their coalition. I do think though to achieve that. We're going to have to put forward a plan. Somewhat in line with what Senator Alexander has talked about which is basically a plan that doesn't have government overreach doesn't have the government dictating how things are going to happen. Happen to combat climate change but rather sparking the investment and technology that would be required to address it and then relying on something that Democrats have to some degree of opposed over the years which is nuclear power. Nuclear Power does not produce carbon in the air. It's something that Republicans have supported for years. And it's something. I think that a Republican publican could use as part of a broader solution to the topic. That would not alienate conservative voters. Just as a final thought on this rebecca when Democratic candidates have talked talked about the green new deal and when they've talked about climate change in general they have made frequently an appeal to some sense of national unity. The idea that this needs to be a collective effort something that the entire nation needed to get behind do together. Does it strike you especially in these polarized type of partisan sometimes that that kind of national cohesion is still a viable option. The American people are far. Less polarized on the subject of climate change than the political elites are and there are a few areas where the political elites Congress had some areas of consensus. They're very small alike. Nuclear Power has found some bipartisan consensus carbon capture and certain technological investments. The major challenge in election in is bringing this kind of message to a popular base. And I think this is truly a climate change election. The first time that climate change is front and center her and it will be a huge test for the green new deal going forward. Rebecca Lieb and Ryan Williams. Thank you both very much for joining
Trump's takeover of GOP forces many House Republicans to head for the exits
"Since Donald Trump won the Republican party's nomination for president. Baffled onlookers because of wondered why so much of the Republican Party have seemed willing to forgive his cereal and prolific transgressions and buffoonery and when the GOP's astonishing patience and indulgence at the expense of its reputation for rock ribbed. Common Sense might end with all due respect to the power of confirmation bias. There is some indication that the moment might be approaching nineteen house. Republicans have now indicated that they will not be standing next year an exodus comparable to that which preceded the battering they received in. Last year's midterms joined now by Ryan Williams who was Mitt Romney's two thousand twelve campaign spokesman and is now executive vice president of targeted Victory Ryan whenever whenever any politician announces they're standing down with an election. Looming is also an amount of suspicion about whether they're jumping or being pushed. What do you think gives the more common in the case of these outgoing congress folk? They're not being pushed in fact the party would like them to run again. It would help their their chances of retaining the seats. They're leaving involuntarily and they're leaving because a they're they're sick of the political climate no matter what they say publicly and be Republicans. Don't look poised to retake the the house and these are Republicans who served for many years in a Republican majority. They're in the minority now where they have significantly less power. It's no fun being in the minority and the doesn't appear to be at least in this election cycle path back to majority status for their party. So there's there quitting. How much of this is exhaustion? Ah being associated with the president. I think some of it certainly is. You've seen members like Francis Rooney who's relatively new member only served two terms from Florida. Basically saying I'm giving up here on this and he's actually voiced. Some concerns about the president's behavior was beaten down on it and then he said I'm not going to run again so I think some of it is certainly that and I just don't think these guys are having fun anymore. It's not a fun job to do. When you have to go out every day and defend things you may not wanted to fend and you're not really getting anything done So it's time to lay for them. So is is there an expectation certainly among House Republicans that regardless of how the the presidential election turns out the Democrats will either keep or consolidate the gains made in the midterms last year. I think that the the sense is is. Is it no matter what happens. In the presidential election. The House will stay democratic. The Senate is a toss up at the moment Republicans hold the majority. I think they're they're they're they're confident in it but it could be fairly narrow. There are a number of incumbent senators who are up in in blue or purple states that are Republicans who could lose if there's a backlash rush on election day against the incumbent President I I know we've talked about this a lot and I know I've asked you many many many times about some or other of of Donald Trump's aberrations whether is this the point at which Republicans just say to themselves that's it I'm done I'm out That appears not to to be something. That's likely to happen.
Will Jeff Sessions replacement Matt Whitaker refuse a Trump subpoena?
"A long time. Donald Trump's critics of pin the hopes onto things the midterm elections and Robert Muller's investigation into alleged links between the Trump campaign and Russia, while the elections may have boosted the Democrats might they also sounded the death knell for the mullet pro because the president wasted no time in firing Jeff Sessions as attorney general and replacing him. We'll be officially temporarily with a man who has been openly critical of the molar investigation in the past. Let's discuss all this. I'm joined by Jeffrey Howard has electric political theory University College London, I tend to Ryan Williams senior vice president communications, that's F P one strategies who was in two thousand twelve a spokesman for Mitt Romney during his run for the White House. Ryan Matt Whitaker is this acting attorney general he apparently, according to sources has no intention of recusing himself from oversight of the investigation. Even though in the past. He's been very critical of it and suggested it should be stripped of its funding. Yep. He's the new attorney general now he's in charge of the investigation taking that over from rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general as we recall just essence had to recuse himself his involvement with meeting with Russians and the Trump campaign Whitaker was not involved with the campaign. But of course, Africa campaign is a private citizen before entering the just Hartman was critical and proposed on national TV this idea that the successor to Jeff Sessions could kill them. All pro by basically, just zeroing out its funding. So it's raising a lot of questions. There's a lot of I think consternation amongst Democrats who are going to be taken over the house that this is a threat to Muller probe. It remains to be seen. What will happen? But you could see an instant a situation where a guy like Whitaker deals with the mullahs probe which appears to be reaching an end soon. It looks like they're reports today that they're drafting their final report. But he may try to limit the scope or do something. Not approve indictments in these final the final phase of this probe. It remains to be seen. Indeed, one of the things that we've heard about these negotiations melas team and the White House about the idea of Trump giving evidence, but we now hear that that Matt would just refuse any request to subpoena. The president. That's right. Now that he's in charge of this probe. He has the ability to to sign off or veto anything. Basically Muller wants to do. That's what rod Rosenstein have been doing the deputy attorney general he was a career professional little less political certainly the Mr. Whittaker, and he basically had signed off on what Muller had wanted. We don't really know. What would agree is going to do because he's only been in the job? Now, a few hours, and we're just basing it on leaks to the media. But I guess we'll see this is as I say reaching kind of a climax it's been going the mullet probe has been going on for a while. Now Rudy Giuliani. The president's lawyer even set say they believe it's in the final stages. So we'll see what he allows going forward. And if there are any further indictments he'd have to sign off on that as well. My guess is if you were to Knicks these things it would leak, and they would be there would be a lot of controversy about that. And and Muller will have I think an ally now in the newly elected democratic house, which can investigate and do other things. Once they take over the committee gavels January I
"ryan williams" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show
"Well, you've made to the end of the podcasts club as David burqas might former guest described it. So I'm glad that you're still here with me and I have that you enjoyed this episode with Paul Smith and that you'll take that action that he suggests and think about it. Like you're going to study how to play a musical instrument. You wouldn't expect to just be good at it and simply you wouldn't think that year is born knowing how to do it or not. But it is something that you need to practice in a purposeful in mindful way, like any other skill. So I hope that you'll pursue storytelling as a leadership skill. That's what have been trying to bring to here in this episode and also an episode ninety one that was with Ryan Williams also about storytelling, which I hope that you'll check out if you haven't already, and I look forward to hearing your feedback about what you like about this episode, what you thought about it, any kind of stories you can share with me about times when you've used story successfully or any questions that you have. Me and or for all that would be great. You can put that in the show notes, comments, page on telling dot com. Over on this episodes page or you can tweet at me or send me a message through any form of social media. You know that I hang out there and of course you know that I've got that little voice mail tab on my website on the right that you can easily send me a voice recording of you telling me a comment, giving me feedback or asking a question, and if you give me permission, I can even play it on the air. So let's do it. Well, that's it for another episode of the talent grow show. I'm Halley as lie your leadership development strategist here at talent grow and until the next time make today. Great. Thanks for listening to the talent grow show where we help you develop your talent to become the kind of leader that people want to follow for more information, visit talent, grow dot com.
Two tropical depressions likely in Atlantic by end of week
"In the atlantic channel nine meteorologist rusty mcranie track in this one tropical depression number two has formed in the central atlantic ocean about two thousand five hundred miles from central florida in the short term it could strengthened slightly into a tropical storm it would have the name barrel but in the longer term upper level winds are forecast to become very unfavorable and more than likely this system will dissipate early next week before reaching the lesser antilles islands this has no threat to florida it was convicted last week of killing his five year old son now in orange county man will spend the rest of his life behind bars jury recommending a life sentence without parole for lavar senior for the murder of darrell the bunt junior back in two thousand thirteen prosecutors say beat his son to death after the boy got into a fight at school defense teams argue that a traumatic brain injury minivan senior wasn't thinking clearly the jury says they didn't have evidence in the case to support the death penalty state attorney brad king and assistant state attorney ryan williams with no comment as they left the courthouse kevin refused ninety six point five w uhhuh and everyone's talking about this one a woman who scaled the base of the statue of liberty and a fourth of july immigration protest in court today in new york times she cooperated enough that she climbed down the ladder she had earlier threatened to push over abc's jim dolan says she's protesting children parents separating at the border charges included trespassing and disorderly conduct but scott as we said before she risked her life yes she did yeah and she's lucky to be alive and by the way keep those open mics on that story and others coming of course we are following this breaking news out of titusville titusville police and w f tv channel nine telling is that this benjamin hoven has been taken into custody this is the guy suspected of rape and kidnap in castleberry last weekend more coming up it is twelve thirty five here at news ninety six point five wdbo that your weather and traffic every six minutes.
These 3 airlines to suffer most from growing trade dispute, analyst says
"On bloomberg television now let's go to our ninety nine one newsroom in washington dc where nancy lyons has world and national headlines nancy ministration is planning to revoke obama era policies that encourage the use of race in college admissions to promote diversity on campuses this is according to multiple reports the decision follows an inquiry from attorney general jeff sessions who asked justice officials to reevaluate past policies that he believed pushed the department to act beyond what the law of the constitution and the supreme court had required an announcement on the policy changes expected later today president trump search for a supreme court nominee is expected to take up his time this week and red state democrats are watching very carefully red state democrats are in a tough spot republican strategist ryan williams says no matter what they do they could risk losing support the democratic base will be outraged any member of their party who votes for whoever the nominee is and if you vote against the nominee red state and all the trump voters are going to be upset with you that could be a problem williams says the dan's need to watch how the confirmation hearings go and who the nominee is he says there's always the chance the nomination could blow up so they need to take a wait and see approach in washington i'm amy morris bloomberg radio tie navy seals say all thirteen people trapped in a flooded cavern in northern thailand are healthy and being looked after by medics they're still stuck in that cave while officials determined the best options for bringing them out before the rain returns in the cave floods again at the world cup today sweden defeated switzerland in the day's first match global news twenty four hours a day on air and ticked off on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm uni han the us is big three carriers american airlines delta and united continental downgraded by deutsche bank the analysts cited heightened geopolitical risk and the lack of near term catalysts the report said the current trade dispute between us and others could hamper the airline industry's growth given its close correlation the imports and exports of goods and services one french bank expand in germany europe's largest economy bloomberg's ed corry has details so generalities acquiring commerzbank exchangetraded products and.
"ryan williams" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"The other one and two away well just a good good piece of outfield play this time by ryan am on the break thought the ball is going to go a little more to left new more sure left fields going to be able to catch it but no hillhead excuse me heo headed under control here's ryan williams now the senior with two outs to on payton smith deals there's a hit down the third base line and it will roll foul three quarters of the way down the line strike one trying to bunnies way on why not third is up a little bit up more now obviously but again if you're pitcher your mentality here is throw strikes get a ground ball and if you're ryan williams put it in play make them make applies specially with his speed absolutely he will put pressure on the defense third baseman comes in on the grass the pitch swing and a high chopping ball of the right side down by the second thing he's safe at first here the way he's out here's the throw he's at one point he blocked the dish on a play the rotor was safe it i jimmy bowen what a great defensive play to end the seventh wheels throws the ball to home plate anything pittsford blocked the dish she laid down and applied the tag to ben you're and we will continue playing baseball in the class a state championship game you knew it was going to be close so as you pointed out you know took a cue offer to second which is basically and again you keep it in front of you which universities me dale villes was able to keep it in front the ball bounces toward i material right now you were cranked it up dorothy had in his mind thought he beat it but to me like the play was there at ball was their great job of blocking the plate and what's playing key was pittsford hold onto it because you could see the home plate empires act silva new the ball beat him new that the tag was made but he had to wait and make sure that pitsford had that ball and after applying the tag pittsburgh stood up spiked the baseball down grabbed the attention to the home plate up buyer but just pure emotion nothing outside of that.
"ryan williams" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"Two two game we had to the last of the seventh inning lasted bats for university they send up their number nine hitter ryan williams then the top of the order against evan etchison etchison has worked six innings today he has given up two runs one earned he has seven strikeouts including striking out the side in order in the six i'm scott macaulay along with bob level a two two game bottom seven bob here's the opportunity for university they have hung around all afternoon you look at how many men that dale villes left on base twelve men they've left on base and here's university now with an opportunity to bring home the school's first state champion and you're right where you need to be you have one of the best number nine hitters around in ryan williams kid has blazing speed we've already seen it and then you continue that blazing speed in the top of the order with dawson eastep and gary gary hill so you go nine one to all three threats and the base path so you're going to see if somebody gets on you're going to see movement there's no doubt about it you're going to see a button you can see stolen base you're going to see hit and run your knitting to create some activity and utilize the speed most important guy right now dry and williams as the leadoff hitter and you also have this dynamic with just a hundred in one hundred one pitches his first pitch in the seventh inning bunt attempt is foul off the bat of of williamsville chris eastep that his tenth years the manager at university his lineup is designed for this he looks at it as a double leadoff situation with this number nine hitter williams and then his son dawson he step on deck etchison though has been outstanding he has battled throughout if not for the one error he could be pitching with a two one score but a costly error the fifth inning really so you got he's tried to drag bunt for hit and miss and get will strike on him to watch and and drops in that pitch has been picture perfect the last four batters that has four consecutive strikeouts for edison boy that takes a little pressure off of you but one of the more dangerous leadoff hitters iran and dawson east because if he gets on he's clearly got the green light and.
"ryan williams" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show
"My my website influenced her economy dot com. And if they want to go to influence your Tommy dot com, slash talent grow. I can give them a free gift of the my storytelling framework document handbook for people. Oh, good. It'll give it to specially customized that for the audience of the of all your your c. suite radio network people. And my book is on Amazon as well influence our economy dot com. And those are probably the best places to find everything out there about me. Super. And definitely, and check out Ryan's podcast as well. It's called stories from the influence our economy. Is that right? That's right. Yes. Yeah, great. And he's interviewed some amazing people. So check that out and we'll link to everything in the show notes and Ryan. Thank you again. Thank you this flu by love how the talking to you. Well, I enjoyed it as well. What did they tell you telling growers? Ryan is an interesting guy has lots of interesting stories to tell, but I know that you also have a very interesting stories with important messages. So I hope that you will take this to heart and hone some of those key stories that can help you reach more people and be more influential rather than just sticking to dry accent figures and things like that. And I'd love to hear how it goes. I'd love to hear your story. I'd love for you to practice on me and just in general for you to tell me what you thought about this and give me feedback, you know that I'm always open to your feedback because this show is for you. So you can leave me voice mail on my website and using any device. There's a little black tab on the right hand side Nakane record a voice message or of course you can Email me, he'll Elliott talent grow dot com or use the comments section on the show notes page, which is over a talent, grow dot com anyway that you would like to reach out to me give some feedback would be excellent. And of course I'd love to reach out to us. That you never miss an episode. And so if you just download that free tool I have on the website, it's called the tennis takes leaders make in how to avoid them. That will help us also stay in touch because then I'll start sending you every Tuesday morning. What's the latest episode plus an actionable tip in a very informal in fun to read in very short Email newsletter. So I hope that you'll do that over there. And in the meantime, thank you for listening to the talent grow show. I'm Halley as lie. You're leadership development strategists here at talent grow hoping that until the next time you'll make today great. Thanks for listening to the talent grow show where we help you develop your talent to become the kind of leader that people want to follow for more information, visit talent, grow dot com.
"ryan williams" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show
"Write that post and then support it. And then finally, a quick way to to take some steps is free, right for twenty minutes on those headlines and their studies that shows from university of Texas that when you're frustrated by something, actually, Eric Barker told me this who I know you had on your podcast that when you free right something is when something's bothering you for twenty minutes, you actually move on from it. You can. You can put closure on it. And so I was recommend, like if you have these stories to tell right for twenty minutes higher and editor to look at them or ask a friend who look at them or do speech to text and record them on your iphone and pay someone to transcribe them or do a video talking about this for for you know, ten twenty minutes because then you want to free yourself up and not all. All of us think of ourselves as writers. They're not like you were they published a book so that you can use other mediums as well audio-video than that's makes it a lot more. The barrier to entry being low. Is there like a good target length for story that you think in a business setting where it adds value, but it's not too long. I yet rule of thumb is two minutes. Okay. There's two phases. One is like your two minutes story, which isn't a pit. I absolutely hate elevator pitches. I think it's nothing worse than the pressure of having to pitch someone in that had them say, no, because we thinking about influential people. You don't want them to say no, because he want to collaborate with them and work together. So when you have that two minute story, it's also conversational. You're not just saying you're saying like the fundamentals story. It has a beginning, middle and end. And then another way I articulate this is it Hollywood producer, say you need a twenty minute conversational pitch. When you're going in for your second meeting on a script or. Screenplay or any sort of show in. So twenty minutes conversational is the next step. And I think that apply my research, show them that applies to businesses well with startup downers and advertising executives, and people that pitch is twenty minutes is a great way for you to have a collaborative story. And so the two minute Mark and the twenty minute Mark, those are the two ones. I think everyone needs to be able to articulate what do you mean by collaborative story? If it's your story, how how can the other person collaborate with young seriously? Don't not sure. Yeah. That sounds like a was that jumbo shrimp? What do you call that? A oxymoron. That was a great question. So the collaborative story is really in in conversation in, okay. All of us went tiller stories, but I wanna give a monologue for twenty minutes. Right? Because the other person but leave. It's boring. Yeah. And you it's disrespectful? Yeah. Okay. I'm glad we clarified that. Yeah, and I think a lot of us think that we're more important than we are. And my dad's advice to me when I was younger and applying for jobs, I out of college and he said, when you go to the job interview, you ask all the questions, do not let the person keep the asking you questions because you need to get to know them. And his collagen was if I asked someone a lot of questions, I'm going to walk away thinking, wow, that person's great. I just balloted to me for twenty minutes and then maybe they'll be more likely to hire you or for you or support you. And so you know you, you get this as a podcast host, people get flat or when you ask them questions. And so if you can think about storytelling as more of a collaboration, less of a one way street than you're going to be a lot more successful. Got it. All right. Well, we're gonna run out of time probably before we can give the full description of the other two stories, but let's just describe them briefly just so that we don't leave people hanging out the end of the story. I'll give them a quick synopsis he in the interest of time only because we could talk about this for hours which you have actually, well, maybe we can just bring you back and. We. The second story is your authority story and that that there's nothing worse than when you meet someone that tells you how much money they make that does not money. I, I hate to break it to people, but money is not a thority figure. It's part of your thorn in some ways, but it's not that a finding characteristic and authority story is something where you can teach another person something about what you do, and they can tell others about it and spread your word of mouth. And so there's a teaching element here that really matters where I can articulate what I'm doing either professionally or personally and say, I actually can teach you the skill or this information very quickly. You can learn it and spread the word, right? So that's a true word of mouth. And then the last story of the three is what I call your fixer story, and it's how you solve problems for others. And I went to tell you a quick thirty. Second story. I went to dinner with a lot of business people, business owners. -secutive and sexes guide. You know what? He's up to. We're talking and he says, I said, what are you doing? He says, I make six figures. And I said, oh, I'll like this is like the most repelling conversation you can have with someone. And so I said, how do you do that? Like I don't even want to ask them, but I'm just using that. Oh, I hope people making six figures make seven figures. And you know these people, right? Yeah, that you're aware of these people you met them? Yeah, it's such a turnoff. And so the fixer story is the opposite. It's this is how I help others. These are the problems that I solve. And if you format your stories in a way where you present yourself answering the question of how do you fix people's problems that's a much more efficient, ineffective and memorable way than dropping about the six figures. Guy story. When I think is important is the idea of the story. It's like you could give dry factual information about the same topic, but it wouldn't really help people connect to it as well as if you weaved that as something that they would learn about you from a story, you know. So the story actually exemplifies the point rather than you just saying the point like you're telling them the outcome or you showing them how it came. Right? I used to take improv classes when comedy show don't tell. You know, people get very much like uncomfortable if you tell them things. But if you show them examples through metaphors of visualizations in really a bigger examples like you're, you're constantly asking questions podcast about what's an example of this or a real practical application, and that's so important versus just telling people the story. Yeah. So we've got the three stories and we understand more about how to come up with them with a mind maps and free writing gave lots of great insights. What's one mistake? You're seeing people make all the time other than the telling people. I make six figures that in in the way that they tell stories that you think is like one of the biggest mistakes people make would. That's a, that's actually when the reasons why I wrote this framework created it in in a workshop at because I found that on my podcast and maybe you identify with this that I had these people coming on that were telling me. Stories in there were full of full of it. These people were absolutely full of it, and but they were great storytellers and there were making a lot of money and for example, you have you'd. You'd always have some guy on gave a story. I was laid off from my job. I was crowd surfing. My girlfriend broke up with me and I was homeless, but then I figured out how to make money on Lincoln. Don't like you get these people that they over cell the problem or they oversell the tear Jerker or the underdog, and they do it in such a way that it's a turn off. So they sell it so much that whatever there until you next is not real and feels manipulative either. It's the sales copy that you see all the time and people's emails. You know, totally. It's been able to give. It's it's a opportunistic in a way that's conniving and they're making you feel like you're part of it, but they're overselling it. And so these that I've studied, you know, hundreds of thousands of comedy shows. Because I used to work as a comedian. I was a doorman actually at the DC improv and what I was there. I saw the best storytellers are the ones that they undersell that over deliver. And I think that's sales strategy though. A lot of us have, but the more you can let people make the decision at the end, the better off you'll be without trying to work too hard for it. Okay. All right. Good. So we're gonna share one actionable tip, but what's new and exciting on your horizon? The newest thing in exciting on my horizon is my father-in-law's in town, which is maybe not new or exciting. I won't get into that, but with my professional life doing a lot more public speaking since I've seen you and I'm talking a lot about radical collaboration, how collaboration truly grows your influence and and story is at the center of that. So I'm really pumped about sharing a lot of my research and work with more people. Yeah. And I know you did like Google talk that you have lots of videos on your website, willing to it in the show notes. Cool. Thank you. Yeah. Awesome. All right. So before we wrap up, what's one specific action that listeners can take today this afternoon this week that can help them ratchet up their own effectiveness, especially from the perspective of storytelling. The the one actual item I would say is when you write your stories out script them, you don't have to write the whole story, but I used to do state of comedy in a little trick. You know, as we mentioned before, I, I didn't DC and every comedian, most of them that are up there with drinks in their hands, whether it's water or fake gin and tonic or a beer is they have a, they're settlers written on there a cocktail napkin. It's a way for you to kind of look back and say, hey, I'm lost right now. Where am I going? And you'll want to forget any jokes, and I recommend when you tell your stories in the actions, you know we talked about with the mind, mapping of the headlines and practicing and free writing is once you get your script down, stick to it, don't improvise stay on your set list because the worst thing you can do is start freelancing and going in a direction and the best storytellers are truly disciplined and discipline isn't something that you just are born with. You have to work at it and exercise the muscle around that did not oversell it not over, explain it into not divert from what the core of your story is. Awesome. You make it look like you just came up with it, but you've actually really thought about it in practice it and it's a, it's a call up being often typically rehearsed typically, because as long as you're in the moment, you're being real, but your contents the same or very similar to what you've said before. Yeah, totally true. And I've seen this. Action, and it really is amazing when well delivered of course, but that is a skill we can all build through practice and getting feedback. Well, Ryan, I really wish we did have more time and I appreciate the time that you've given us this far, whereas a great place to have people get in touch with you in learn more from you in about you. Yeah, there's a my
"ryan williams" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show
"Story. That's not a story. That's just a moment of my life and. So it allows people to get more cozy with the other person they're speaking to if they can reach that emotional connection and then so so let me interact so that the tear Jerker story, the purpose of it or like where people would use it would be just initially like when they're connecting with someone trying to create that early bond, it's somewhere like you have to pick and choose. And if you notice a lot of TED talks, they speak about the tear Jerker. Yeah, and they say, I am an introvert and this is what it was like growing up as an introvert, and then they tell you about why the power of introversion matters because they're now a Harvard professor or the joke I always say is the ultimate tedtalk is I'm five foot two. This is what it's like being five foot two, but I'm gonna tell you about the power of being five foot two, I am five foot two. Are you really? Oh, good. So you know it. I gave that tedtalk now. I, I, I saw that probably a million times. I've seen that one. And that's a. The tear Jerker. It's a, it's an underdog outsider story. A lot of people could call it an origin story. And so you know, people can get really in depth or it can be something we're in the business world. You know, you were a new employee or a hungry company, and you generated a bunch of new opportunities. You know, that's is simple as a, you know, an an underdog story because if you started a company, like for example, you know machina I was one of the first marketing people there, and we were gaining network getting four billion video views a month, which is a massive and we played Minecraft which we've talked about before and we helped launch the game Minecraft, and it was acquired for two point, five billion dollars by Microsoft's. And so I was a very small part of that company, but I ran our marketing for my craft on this livestream we did, and the game's creator came in the studio is very sophisticated way too much. Hit a game, and it changed the game really when we look back at it. So it was one of the inspirations from my book. But when you think about storytelling like startup stick it acquired, like you're always raging against the status quo in, we think about advertising like you always need a rival of some sorts. And so about your business, like when you're an outsider, like who's your competition? Who's the glamorous person? Like I always make fun of Kim Kardashian or often do during my talks or Ryan Seacrest, no offence. If you're friends with these people because you'd be live in l. a. and I think him as my neighbor in some way, but I don't know her for Hugh to live up here. That's right. And you shop together. The celebrities don't move the needle on social media. And so I'd done a lot of data and research around that to show that truly influential people that move the needle holes don't have a lot of followers, but they had that influence. And so I always make fun of celebrities when I'm giving my business presentations because sometimes that enemy is a great way to show why they're there. The insider right there, the famous celebrity, but I'm saying, no, no, don't worry about them when you build a launch for your company or your brand or your product, think about these under undervalued people. And so that's where like the outsider perspective can really help you not just in telling some motion little, you know, I went through this terrible tragic moment in my life, but something that's more germane to actually what can help you to do well a work. So is there like a quick formula? I know obviously people need to learn from you when when your book is out though by or they'll wind, I think on your website, you have like other ways that they can learn more details about how to do storytelling, right? But, but right now, is there. Like a quick memorable way, a formula for the underdog story for the for the tear Jerker. Absolutely. Given some quick knowledge, I'm quick winds, some tech home value if you will, what must contain Wade, outsider thing you should do is always think about your stories with having a beginning, middle and end and think about how screenwriting his evolved and how there's a first act of second act and a third act. And when you have these structures like the worst thing you could think of is when someone tells a story at the dinner table and they don't finish it and you're waiting for it and they don't have an ending and you think to yourself, that's a terrible story, right? So always close out your story and think about it in the threes structures of one act to act three act. And from that structure always recommend people. If you're building out stories professionally to use a mind map, which is something you know where you have a central topic which would be, you know, you're under dog tear Jerker. Right that out and then you would make connected branches where people could make sub-topics. So for example, by tearjerker you could easily say being clinically depressed is one or struggling with comedian, going up fifty times in bombing. A lot is that's a struggle, right? Yeah. Another one is I got laid off and then from there us brainstorm these moments and you think you just let yourself go, you don't judge and you think about the good, the bad, the ugly, and that's when you can actually go back and start recounting things. And what you realize is the more you dig into this structure that I'm talking about. Mind maps, the more your stories come to you. So you start talking to other people professionally personally, your significant other, and you'll remember things about your past and you're thinking, oh my gosh, I undervalued that and exercise really helps us because as you know, as a podcast host, you get so many people have manufactured stories where they oversell at the beginning and they were super dramatic and they under deliver. But. They know how to tell a story even though they're full of it, they're full of Bs. And I feel like so many of us undervalue or stories. And so we should always think about things in a mind map where you can actually conceptualize like the feeling you had while these things were happening, and then you can even say, you know what? I don't want to tell the story is not relevant or you can combine stories like I did where I took my depression story, which is very emotional too much in in a lot of senses with my comedy, which is a lot more interesting. And then the two of them become a combination. And so you can pick and choose. And I feel like a lot of us like I look at storytelling like you're a musician. You know, if I go see the Rolling Stones, I want to hear satisfaction. If I go see, Jay z. I wanna your hard, knock life. If I go see the beach boys, I wanna hear the greatest hits. I don't want to hear their new acoustic album in. That's how storytelling gets passed along because the best stories are the ones that people can share on your behalf. Okay. And so it sounds like do some mind mapping, think about it and maybe even ask some people that you now. You know, how does it sound or what do you think about this one kind of get some feedback before you try it with people that know you absolutely in another recommendation is on that feedback stages. You know, once you start thinking about like you have five different stories that fit under that umbrella, that what her headlines you can make to tell that story very quickly and easily, and how can you think about the headlines as pitches that then you can run by people so you don't have to put pressure on ourselves. Nothing worse than thinking about, oh my gosh, I have to write for an hour or I have to hear myself speak. I don't know about you, but I sometimes cringe when I hear my podcast because because I don't think it's good, but just because it's it's very hard for us to hear ourselves and you want to take the pressure off of judging yourself. And so if you make headlines, it's much more forgiving on yourself rather than trying to write out these massive stories because also you realize maybe your headlines don't work. And a takeaway someone listening right now is you could actually go. Practicies headlines on people in your network, your friends, your trusted advisers, the core part of your group, and then think, okay. Well, now I can think about the headline like a blogger. I can write
"ryan williams" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show
"Guy, look at storytelling like you're a musician. You know, if I go see the Rolling Stones, I want to hear satisfaction. If I go see Jay z. I wanna hear hard, knock life. If I go see the beach boys, I wanna hear their greatest hits. I don't want to hear their new acoustic album in. That's how storytelling gets passed along because the best stories are the ones that people can share on your behalf. Welcome to the talent grow show where you can get actionable results oriented insight and advice on how to take your leadership communication and people skills to the next level and become the kind of leader people want to follow. And now your host and leadership development strategists Elali as alive. K. hey, welcome back down growers to another episode of the talent grow show. I'm Holly Zulai yearly to shift development strategist, your talent grow, and I'm looking forward to introducing you to my friend, Ryan Williams today. We're gonna talk about storytelling for leaders and why you as a leader and really, as a professional should sink about having some key stories under your belt in your toolkit to pull out for a variety of situations. And Brian gives lots of very interesting examples that come from his very interesting background, so I can't wait to introduce you to him and his story. And so were that further ado here we go. And we're back with Brian Williams. He is a marketing strategist, international speaker and early t. member at digits end which was acquired by Disney and mission Ahmad dot com, which was acquired by Warner Brothers. He has given talks and taught at south by southwest Vanderbilt, University City, University of London, USC and Loyola Marymount. His podcast in his writings have been featured Inc magazine Huffington, Post success magazine, business insider, and Inc magazine with lots more into the last three years. Ryan, his interviewed over one hundred influencers who have built ideas online, like Seth Godin, Derek Sievers, and lots of others. And he teaches others how to find their big ideas, embraced their personality edge and deliver an authentic message and collaborate their way to winning product launch. And also he teaches storytelling and this is the subject for today's episode. Actually, I am at Ryan when he was. Interviewing might former guest Dori Clark. He interviewed her live here in l. a. when I heard that this was going on, I dropped everything in showed up. I got to meet Ryan plus c, Dory. She was on episode sixty three of the podcast. If you wanna go and be reminded of that great episode and after that, Ryan and I have become friends, have collaborated on conversations talking shop, and I was lucky enough to see him give a storytelling workshop, which means the idea of bringing him here on the show to talk to you about that. Ryan welcome to the town grow show. Thank you so pumped to be on grow. And I'm really happy. You talked about all of our collaborations in actually used your episode with. Dory. Clark is research before I interviewed her from a life pod, Kaos people listening to check out that episode. Cool will. Thank you. So before we get into the nitty gritty of storytelling and all of the juice that you were going to share with listeners and also. We're going to talk about why they should care about it. I always ask my guests to describe their professional journey in a very brief way. How did you get started? And how did you end up where you are today? A my life is a series of disparate separate isolated skills and talents that I have acquired throughout the years that suddenly make sense to where I am in a a former stand up comedian, and I was clinically depressed when I was a stand up in, I struggled to get out of my bed. I'd linens on the floor beer cans on my desk with comedy, no cards, and really struggled to Brie and then you're my comedy. I put myself out there in a way that I was allowed to fail, which I did like most comedians. And I my career into marketing and realized I was much better at putting on comedy shows than being the star on stage in now you bring it full circle marauder and marketer. I helped people tell their stories professionally, and it's interesting because without that. Comedy experience in, I wouldn't be where I am today in in between comedy. And now I've worked at these companies which have been acquired by large corporations, and I feel like a lot of people who give talks and webinars and and even podcast hosts, as you know, are often into the sales pitch for what's in it for themselves because everyone wants to hustle and work so hard. And I've worked so many different types of jobs, and I've had very different career path is too many people in. So I love what I do now. My journey really has come full circle because I help other. So their stories and really make sense of their own stories and backgrounds to help build their authority to be a bad ass in their life or career cook. And I definitely don't think we've had a stand up comedian on the show before at least not that they've told me. And the other thing that we share in come in as we both are transplants from the DC area to LA. So that's another coach. We haven't totally. I did. I did stand up at the improv as you know. Yeah. Well, I didn't know you then I wish I would go to to try to cheer you up. All right. Well, you know you couldn't have helped. You know, I think that you're right everything that happens in your story serves a purpose and gives you experiences and insights and learning opportunities that build you into the next phase of your life. So you're pulling a lot of value out of those. Probably painful experiences would have preferred to avoid a hundred percent. Yeah. So, okay. Sorry, listeners, you know, they're sitting at their job or maybe they're commuting to our or maybe they're running on the treadmill or whatever they're doing. They're thinking like, okay, storytelling and marketing. That's really good for the people over in Oregon department. Maybe that they are ones, but that's not like, what do I need that for? I'm, I'm just trying to do my job. I'm just trying to lead people, but I, I know that storytelling is a big buzzword even in the business community, and I know that there's so much value from using stories like you just exemplified storytelling in. The way that you gave your intro, you didn't list list of bullets on your resume or just sort of dry facts. But you weaved it into an interesting though short story in, so thank you for that example. What are some other ways that you think that leaders can we've stories into their work that can help them become even more effective firm believer in you need to the true power or of stories collaborating with others, and when you are job your professional? Like I'll give an example again, as I was at Disney and I had read, Seth Godin book the dip in it talks about how when you are involved in a pursuit that you need to either quit it. If you're not going to be the best in the world or you need to stick with it, and he calls these inflection points the dip to figure out if you quit or stick in. I ended up reading the book. I hadn't gotten a raise and over a year and a half at Disney. They have a lot of money and I went in. I mean, why I've called for my own. Performance review and was very confident at the time and did not get the raise. I was looking for or title a
"ryan williams" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Be held accountable for the misinformation you first spread about your take either every republican kennard run on the pact law they should run on behalf of the law uh and at a grand is it fair to also say that they should and is it fair to all likelihood that they lied about yes so you would agree with me on that that they should be held accountable for the misinformation they put out there yes they had run at the camp of the law of an went up a democrat lied about the law and you better there to undermine their integrity in in in terms of any other claimed the make of it at the other policy the only reason why i'm asking ryan williams these questions in this fashion folks because run we've got to be one of the most a gentlemanly people on brought on earth when he goes on the air uh he can ports himself with a kind of spree to core if you will but unfortunately there are times when a more aggressive approach is required if for no other reason than to ensure that those who first tried to put forward bad faith assertions are held accountable enough to keep it from rep uh being replicated in the future i'm teasing you gently but on this occasion you would agree with me there's some justification going after the juggler because the assertions a mischaracterization that the democrats put out about the tax bill we're truly enough take gag anybody were they not they were did wrong and i bigger shortsighted to say that they set because the results of their results and the results are out now and people like it so if it does undermine what they sat and i think it was foolish to say uh tells demonstrable lies that would if any follow this stuff you know that in a few few weeks and months when the tax cut the impact start hitting they're they're gonna be proven false but i think that is shortsighted they have a kneejerk reaction anything asumpta the criticize it and i don't think that the strategy going forward for them you know ryan apparently has been exulting of support even among the democrats they jump from eight percent and ninety percent now understanding that the.
"ryan williams" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Because he actually went to other countries to get guns this is at like swedish guy who winter that island where there was a summer camp interests frick in that story was my mind and he bombed places to this was he had who was it like a twofold attack in it was insane but yeah so that guy i was not going to be stopped either clearly he was he went to as i said another country and apparently that failed mn after he went to another country he um he ended up like ordering them in the mail or something he that's how he ended up getting his hands on it i don't know why that those new these isis cars in france of had little trouble claimed rump gathering aged forty seven thranked automatic guns but i don't feel like it while those people exist like i don't feel like that eliminates the you know the hoops that we have to jump through now because i or even additional hoops because i feel like they're there are instances where i think they might actually have worked on a young news lose but we had a break but now did you i'm sorry i didn't mean to more oh that's fine and regroup let's maybe will listen to jimmy kimmel and mit and the reason why i definitely was interested in the shattuck was because euros realizing i gave ryan williams yesterday sort of a mess said i was thinking of course about your ryan williams what ford that is absolutely going to be happening in any moment and down i was smiling because i i was like boy though i was really lighter him because mitt romney was such a loud voice about this and even the way that jimmy kimmel takes this on is i think incorrect it ruthless joe's you sort of what a slut romney is less political like hor he is feeling yes all right we'll be back grilled a have a state auditor suzanne bump here in studio one thing that can be done is that the sex offender registered buoyed can do its job frankly which is to use the sources of data that are available to it and which they are required by law to used to keep track they are supposed to have working relationships with for instance the registry of motor vehicles the department of transitional assistance other social service agencies like mass health.
"ryan williams" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"One of their three local branches to find out more effectively ensured by ncua air force women's basketball tonight against colorado state the rams coach by ryan williams six seasons as the head coach there and the last four years 25 in eight twenty three and a thirty one and two and twenty five in eight pay come in this year eleven and six in after the last four years eleven at six almost seems like a failure but he's got a really young team rebuilding he's got a a couple of experienced players trying to bowl them together with youngsters and they are three in three in mountain west conference plan i asked him about the season so far well i i think we are progressing uh i think were kind of a work in progress you know we've uh has allowed a good defensive performances in conference play so far offensively been a a little too inconsistent but we've real where we've got some inexperienced kids out there but it seems like each game there they're getting better and better i know i noticed it with a couple of exceptions yeah you've got some really young kid is that is that part of the issue right now well i i think so um you know where i think where the eighteenth least experienced team in in the country um so i've been told in sometimes we surely surely play out of play like that but yet we just we got some kids that just need to have some experience on the courts in and just get gain minutes under their belt still in in pressure situations but you know we we graduated to really good seniors last year and uh you know we don't have what we had in the past week we really like our young kids in think our future's going to be really bright but we were kind of we're learn and right now through some young kids which is which is okay it's part of the process there comes a time when you stop being inexperienced though because you plan so much right now you getting to that point yet i think each game like i said it's his we seemed to progress a little further every single basketball game so you know the mistakes that we were making say back in in.
"ryan williams" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Just like any other medical visit there's going to be questioned since it's you know look at it as another medical exam and them making sure that you don't have of st eisen treating you a such seen if there's any damage helping you with any longterm psychological emotional damage and collecting the evidence and and don't let it dissuade you from you know getting it done now this is this is this was a story the news apparently there's allegations against doctors i believe two of them wear or there were two cases i'm sorry there were two cases in which one of the surgeons was accused of raping patients but cleveland clinic one of the nation's largest unbeknown hospitals kept among staff and reached a confidential settlement according usa today ryan williams's colorectal surgeon and he's accused and police reports by two women of eight only raping them in two thousand eight in two thousand nine now look a clinic last time for another hospital they have now placed him on leave after learning of the park complacent ends he was a prominent man a government or he was i'm sorry he was a prominent man in the medical community and this this is just i mean it's vastly when you hear what happened fairly or the scene in his office after the alleged rape in two thousand eight was such that patiently shell dunkin' was receiving ah rectal exam from him veggie jumped up and explained that the doctor had inserted his genitalia erector and she saw him holding it it has hit she ran out of the room with without a pants shouted why did he do it why did you do this his response was i don't know and he later explained to police that the presence of semen in one of his examination rooms was the result of masturbation to release stress okay medical providers are not supposed to masturbate in the medical office k i don't know if there's an actual sets tori a law saying or statute saying not to do that but i that to me is very highly suspect she press charges got rape kits loved that the lab tests but it proved inconclusive cleveland clinic spokeswoman said williams took a polygraph which was filed as evidence will grand jury any was not prosecuted criminally then it results in a confidential statement now.
"ryan williams" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"I curse of terrestrial radio lost in radio welcome back i am hillary shebelle here with jadan cashman deval back from the fourth july holiday out we are joined by ryan williams he is a former mitt romney ada end now is the republican consultant ryan williams think so much for for joining us reagan so wants to talk to you about a few things are what are we could get off with the donald trump versus cnn that sorta seemed to start off the weekend when it came to the holiday weekend what's your thought about the whole thing especially i mean the the news today is there some push back that maybe cnn had had threatened this guy area that he might be out if he didn't sorta come forward what's your thoughts general about the entire situation play i make your car travelling with the president of focusing on it kind of fight instead of coq there on the larger issue could be focusing on that being said i think that the politically doesn't hurt donald trump with your with trump at this point you hate the media me picketed retaining or take a different thing if you don't like him you you still out like him i don't think it really move the needle obviously the media tell his outrage now up an armed homeowner follow up on morning joe he would wack week uh i think it's a distraction for most people who are the more serious issues policy issues but uh of a new that cnn tracked down the the the the individual who made that you're ready tweeted out of him bodies climbing cnn at and maybe exposing hair it is identity was going to give who fuel to the ecole club april who already hey cnn but that being said it's kind of sideshow it doesn't really happening with the big issues that our faith cochran now like right at the economy to terminate the big things going on at five show that epic the partisans eyeball side fist recotor canton doesn't move the agenda forward as well i agree ryan although it's funny you know last week in this happens occasionally with different people i i mean i agree in general this is not like i see is a a big deal it's not like guide a worldwide it is a huge issue.
"ryan williams" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM
"To go and they may maybe they boarded done that with a bryant williams an effect news thing because you could just post the story just the truth and just but backs of ryan williams doing a story on fake newest they don't know i keep this so keep keep doing what you're doing it shows you don't get well we had said this afterward tercer well maybe we need to get out the harbaugh and maybe we need to start now more tension we know it's about is going to change because he can change the nature of who you are you're not going to change the nature where you are now you think the things that you believe in and how you promote them to a large extend this honestly and you're screaming it's it really just honestly it's just that it's it's just but desperation that i could up to believe at some point just becomes embarrassing i'm not saying goal way because it really does and we're help the chances of of the republicans keeping power the midterm and ben donald trump of the republicans winning again for second term midterm because if you keep i know i'm just going to well you know what's going to be like the last two weeks of january he even he's not even and palmer yeah i know can you imagine any piece of legislation comes up that we're not going to be again i thought maybe we get arrest for a year or so on the show apparently that's not going.
"ryan williams" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"As for the Snake he was relocated to sewage bond to help with rat and frustration so according to candor she's very happy the Snake is no longer there and you helps you enjoy his prime time and become big fat so get all the food that he wants not come back and try to win her and he's like on my got I got the Raps now muscle small you looked like he was at least a hundred thirty pounds I'm not I must have set a good late nights snack his next plays a stories out of NBC News headquarters legendary anchor man Ryan Williams from a mess NBC was reporting on a Hillary Clinton yesterday when he attempted to cut to reporter on the scene but instead of cutting to the reporter Brian got something completely different let's listen that's where NBC's Andrea Mitchell is standing by andor here's what is just happened that is indeed haul in Oates and I'm not Andrea Mitchell we have plug the end to the sound system in the room let's go across the state to all one can being so we're going to try Andrea Mitchell again Andrew and again Helena let's go to Raleigh North Carolina I don't know the Lightning have been Rick rolled with Miami not once but my skin and has an easy action is not their broadcast to play Haula notes incredible the best day in the news that I've ever seen when I was a good taste by whoever was in the good stronger GM in Doha unnoticed or in a little an even better think Andrew Mets onto his dancing home to do it this next led stories out of camp England.