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Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Pergram: 'The Late Show Stephen Colbert' Associates Arrested Last Night

"Chad pergram has tweeted the following Fox confirms that group of persons associated with the Late Show and Stephen Colbert were arrested last night In charge with a legal entry to the house office building after hours Fox is told the people were arrested in the longworth House office building The group was in the cannon House office building earlier in the day trying to get interviews around the time of the January 6th committee hearing Ever the United States Capitol police shoot them away because they did not have proper press credentials However the group surfaced later that night after the capital complex was closed to the public fox is told they took pictures and video around the offices of House minority leader Kevin McCarthy and Lauren bobert They were unescorted and arrested and charged with illegal entry They were arrested near boebert's office They were released overnight Fox has confirmed the arrests of these 9 persons through a senior house source Names and these are people at a high level associated with Colbert and his program Jake plunkett Alison Martinez Tyrone dean Steven Roman nicolette green Brenda Hurley Robert Schmidt nice Josh commerce and David Feldman Robert schmidel is known for being the voice of triumph the insult comic dog He also produced short cartoons for Saturday Night Live TV fun House The United States Capitol police have issued the following statement on June 1620 22 at approximately 8 30 p.m. U.S. capitol police received a call for a disturbance in the longworth House office building

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Gorman homers, drives in 4, as Cardinals rout Brewers 8-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Gorman homers, drives in 4, as Cardinals rout Brewers 8-3

"The Cardinals ride a pair of first at another big day from Paul go Schmidt to an 8 to three win over the brewers Nolan Gorman hits his first major league home run and drives in for while Matthew liberator records his first major league victory after pitching 5 shutout innings the lefty pitcher says the day was made more special sharing it with childhood friend Gorman I think that's a very fitting way for it to have gone down today and something that I look forward to seeing a lot more of You know he's going to go out there and produce even on the days that I'm not pitching but if he can do it on the days that I am on the mound and makes it all that much better Coach Mitt goes three for four with a three run home run and four RBIs to extend his hitting streak to 19 games kesten Hera and Victor Cara TD go deep for Milwaukee Adrian Hauser takes the loss he's now three and 5 Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Eric Celebrates 7 Years of the Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Eric Celebrates 7 Years of the Eric Metaxas Show

"Eric related, congratulations on the 7th anniversary of your radio show. I'm proud to say I've been a faithful listener the entire time. How many more years of listening to the show about everything will it take before I know everything? I'm not getting any younger here, you know, Kurt Schmidt sent that in. Now, Kurt Schmidt is one of the, he's a classic longtime listener. And you know, because I haven't done radio before, there are these people that they listen to the show from the beginning and they become like Friends. I bumped into Kurt around the country, just a really sweet guy. And the answer to your question, Kurt, is I think another year, and then you'll know everything. I think in 6 months, I will know everything. And then I'll try to pass that on to you. But usually it takes roughly a year from now, I think, 8 years. But it is funny because we do, since YouTube wiped us out, you can't see most of the stuff that we did before. But we have interviewed so many different kinds of people on so many different subjects. I interviewed a man who was he a 104 years old when I spoke to him on the phone. He had, he was telling me about his two great grandfathers, both of whom had fought in the Civil War and how he knew them as a boy, and he's saying one fought on the union side one foot on the confederate side. I have interviewed so many people. I mean, here I am talking to a guy who knew people who fought on both sides in the Civil War. I've introduced I have interviewed astronauts, we got to speak to president Trump on this program. I have interviewed tons of comedians from rich little to Jimmy JJ walker, actors, Morgan Freeman. I mean, it's kind of crazy when you look back on 7 years.

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Christopher Phillips: We Did More to Stop Disinformation Than Panel

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Christopher Phillips: We Did More to Stop Disinformation Than Panel

"You and your friends just showed up at this conference showed a ton of guts The first question I have for you is this disinformation conference which is kind of hilarious because as you just indicated there are some of the main purveyors of disinformation were on the stage How is it that they let you ask a question They usually censor that stuff before you even get the microphone What happened You know it is pretty wild The fact that I was able to ask a question at this event the institute of politics at the University of Chicago is poised as a nonpartisan institute So they do host people from all sides of the political spectrum Of course the conservatives that they bring on are people like Jonah Goldberg who hate Donald Trump and are actually traders to the real Ideology but regardless they are supposed to honor both sides of the debate So we come in and of course I actually had a media path I write for a publication called the Chicago thinker That is the school's premier publication I came in I had a media pass with two of my colleagues to meet a Duffy and Daniel Schmidt We hear Brian stelter talking on and on about how this is the Fox News is the enemy of the people frankly that they are not they're not on our side and that they spread this information constantly as a business and then I come up and I have to say you know honestly CNN is ten times the purveyor of disinformation right And CNN actually presents themselves as objectives So what is the deal with it And frankly they gave the mic to me I was excited because I was actually going to be able to bring some truth to this conference I feel like myself and my colleagues we did more to stop this information than the rest of the people at the conference actually did

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Christopher Phillips: We Did More to Stop Disinformation Than Panel

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Christopher Phillips: We Did More to Stop Disinformation Than Panel

"It's so great to have you You and your friends just showed up at this conference showed a ton of guts The first question I have for you is this disinformation conference which is kind of hilarious because as you just indicated there are some of the main purveyors of disinformation were on the stage How is it that they let you ask a question They usually censor that stuff before you even get the microphone What happened You know it is pretty wild The fact that I was able to ask a question at this event the institute of politics at the University of Chicago is poised as a nonpartisan institute So they do host people from all sides of the political spectrum Of course the conservatives that they bring on are people like Jonah Goldberg who hate Donald Trump and are actually traders to the real Ideology but regardless they are supposed to honor both sides of the debate So we come in and of course I actually had a media path I write for a publication called the Chicago thinker That is the school's premier publication I came in I had a media pass with two of my colleagues to meet a Duffy and Daniel Schmidt We hear Brian stelter talking on and on about how this is the Fox News is the enemy of the people frankly that they are not they're not on our side and that they spread this information constantly as a business and then I come up and I have to say you know honestly CNN is ten times the purveyor of disinformation right And CNN actually presents themselves as objectives So what is the deal with it And frankly they gave the mic to me I was excited because I was actually going to be able to bring some truth to this conference I feel like myself and my colleagues we did more to stop this information than the rest of the people at the conference actually did

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Missouri AG Schmidt Builds War Chest for Reelection

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Missouri AG Schmidt Builds War Chest for Reelection

"You manage to get yourself such a boatload of money in the last after the last FCC revelations? I mean, it looks like your campaign is just going gangbusters. Well, I think our message is really resonating. We had you and I had a chance to visit at cpac. We talk about what we were feeling on the ground and I think that right now in Missouri, people want to fight her. They want somebody who's been unafraid to take a blow torch as Biden agenda, whether it's on the border security issues we've been in the lead on we were the first state to file the ocean vaccine mandate one. Also unafraid to take on some of the petty tyrants in your own state, right? The consumer CRT, we've opened up a parent or a student portal where they can submit this crazy stuff like the oppression matrix and we can expose what's happening in our schools. And so I think that's what's really resonating. We've got supporters in every county. We've done very successful fundraising because I really believe that this is a slide to save America.

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Daniel Schmidt: Imagine Kids in the '60s Wearing Masks, Praising Phama

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Schmidt: Imagine Kids in the '60s Wearing Masks, Praising Phama

"So Daniel you know when I was younger and I was when I was in school you know the sexy thing to do was to question authority I mean I used to love a band called Rage Against the Machine and it's ironic because now they love the machine Now the band's name should be worship and genuflect in front of the machine I mean they became like far leftist Morello and all these but when we were younger it was like cool to question authority even at a bumper sticker on my car Isn't it kind of strange how all that's changed and now people like yourself conservatives on college campuses you now are the misfits and the renegades and the real rebels I got to imagine your parents might tell you stuff like that Like it's so weird how you guys are the real misfits now Yeah no I talk about it I think about that all the time how rebel salad is we like to conservative Trump supporters I mean we are the rebels against the system And kids in the 60s if they want to mask and worship big pharma they don't need nowadays If we don't learn about it it doesn't make any sense It's so bizarre But yeah that is so true You just said one of the best lines in the history of talk radio Imagine kids in the 60s worshiping big pharma with a mascot Steal that I want that as a liner Imagine that The hippies of the 60s were the masks on going with We love Pfizer Number one finger foam finger Pfizer side My gosh that's the greatest slider

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Daniel Schmidt's Message to Conservatives on College Campuses

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Schmidt's Message to Conservatives on College Campuses

"What do you say being a conservative on today's college campus It's got to be hard It has to be difficult I don't know I'm not on a college campus but I did my MBA not that long ago And there were a lot of liberals there I mean this class was about 80 people in about 70 or more leftists And it's not easy being a conservative So what is your message out there to other conservatives on college campuses How do you tell them to do these I mean it took a lot of bravery to do that man It really did your surrounded by ideological opponents who probably think you're crazy even though you were the most sensible person there What do you say to them Yeah I mean of course there's a tough yeah but you have to go into lose Friends You may not be the most popular guy at how you might not get every girlfriend after you You know whatever but I think in this day you know we have such a focus on truth I mean if people are working there are some brilliant things passed into people I know We don't get paid for this We do it at just the goodness of our hearts because we really believe in the best it's really feeling like the world right now is just a terrible stage There's so much censorship and the kids are just you know they're wearing masks all day every day on the really unexpected and fairs And so I think more and more young people are just waking up in this thing how the hell did we get here So if any other people are listening I would really just say you know believe in yourself be confident if you're religious you know pretty God It just realized that we're really fighting a culture about it I mean this is up and this is going to exist past generation But knowing that you know look I'm a college kid and I was able to get all these headlines You can do the same by just asking a simple question And then who knows from there you might inspire somebody And so this is just a hope that all candidates have a better life I mean that's really what it's all about I think that's the only thing I should just conservatism It's not really just about our lifetime It's about future generations And it's really up to the youth to hopefully fix things So yeah any young people be confident believe in yourself fight for you know what aside from what you believe is right It's really just what is all that's what it's all

Daniel Schmidt: Elitists Visit Schools, Unprepared for Tough Questions

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Schmidt: Elitists Visit Schools, Unprepared for Tough Questions

"Account Daniel how did this happen I mean most of us are so accustomed to censorship on college campuses This is not a dumb question I really I've been out of college When I was in college it wasn't like this at all I mean they were lefties obviously but I don't remember ever being afraid to tell people that I was a conservative I don't even remember it being a big deal It was kind of like yeah whatever The guy next to me is sat next to me in stony brook was a big conservative too How did you guys get in there and get to ask a question repeatedly It wasn't just one You got an apple bob you got Brian stelter in there I think Evita was in there too I'm actually let you guys in How did this happen Well yeah I mean we're making a big joke we're like if we can go through a three times because we've got three questions that that's going to be like a miracle by God So maybe God will then who knows No I just came out there we were confident We rose our hands There was a Q&A session I guess you know we did an app and I'm glad we did because if we were not there I mean not to Twitter or in some really no one else who got in critical questions The thing that these events is easily if they go to the events knowing not to be cancer going to ask me to have questions knowing they're going to get a big check I mean they can come to these events pretty much hungover and sound smarter and Goldberg was actually there today afterward And he called me out He said you know the kid they before had a very posterous assumption that if the hunter by laptop combat had to know the election what it had changed So clearly he was upset by my question He still is apparently on Twitter Hopefully I really do hope that this might change things Motivate either kid that other top schools to really ask these questions because there are a lot of these events These people are not going to concern the schools You won't see them go to university of Alabama They go to these top liberal schools because it's an easy way for them to do very brag on Twitter how I spoke to the future leaders And hopefully we're going to chase that because it's ridiculous how much they get away with

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Daniel Schmidt's Goal Was to Ask Questions, Not Go Viral

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Schmidt's Goal Was to Ask Questions, Not Go Viral

"Show This is a person who you know she claims to be a journalist It's not a mystery We're not defaming her She says she's a journalist And the essence of journalism is to give people facts and then let them formulate an opinion on an independent series of facts And you confronted her about this laptop which is a fact that exists which now confirmed it's Hunter Biden's laptop And she just exposed the whole corrupt thing and you basically shifted what was supposed to be a positive for the left A conference designed to start a narrative about how they should censor conservatives into this is what media bias really looks like How did you feel afterwards when you started getting calls by media people like us to appear You know I was happy to do it I mean that wasn't my goal I literally just went there I was like look I'm going to ask a question because frankly every advocate there was just asking you know why are you so great What are you going to do Why are you so great Yeah why are you so free Like a big worshiping ceremony you know that president Obama there so it was a big ceremonies event I'm sure our school said that's crazy amounts of money on this And it is funny how now the only media attention is how terrible it was I mean if I'm proud of myself of course but I think it just shows how college kids you know you don't need to be some fancy powerful person You know I think the basic question and just it's just how incompetent how unimpressive they are We think it's people are some of the smartest in the world They're really not They just got there because they're very arrogant they're very elitist and they think they're the best in the world which clearly they're

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Daniel Schmidt's Mindset When Questioning Anne Applebaum

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Daniel Schmidt's Mindset When Questioning Anne Applebaum

"You and Evita and others you just did amazing work You essentially want to a conference which in my opinion was designed to attack conservative thought and push for censorship and taras is disinformation specialist And you turn the conference into an international narrative on media malfeasance itself Now you asked Anne applebaum of the Atlantic a very specific question You asked her about the Hunter Biden laptop in the role in the election And the answer she gave you was stunning calling it largely irrelevant The president's son and all this damning information As you're asking this question and getting this answer back what's going through your head You've got to be stunned that she's so candid or so silly I mean of course of course at the same time I mean this is what we wrote and so used to over the years These journalists do not give a damn about being fair about representing a fair narrative They tossed over this information around like it's a political tool The funniest part is I think Jack is so they actually did this He actually dug up old tweets from an apple boxer in the Trump years and she tweeted constantly about how much she hated how the Trump kids were using the Trump name to do all these partnerships So she's out of that to be interesting But she didn't find a laptop of a son of a president whose contents found that he was in the board of a Ukrainian energy company with no expertise which found that 10% of the salaries go into the big man I mean clear evidence of corruption she didn't find it to be interesting And the starting point on top if I could just say this in a few days afterward she blocked us on Twitter I write for the accounts I think you're Chicago on Twitter She totally blocked us She blogged a bunch of college students to request it So yeah that's where we're at

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College Freshman Corners Anne Applebaum Over Reporting Inconsistencies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 3 months ago

College Freshman Corners Anne Applebaum Over Reporting Inconsistencies

"Because when a different president was in office his name began with a D and the last name began with a T yes Donald Trump you'd be correct She was very very concerned about the president and her family showing you again the woman has no dignity The woman's not actually a principal person What the woman is is a grifter who is there to defend the Democrat party Listen to this Jim queue up for me cut for Here is a college freshman Good job there buddy Whenever your name is just destroying an apple bomb check this out Thank you for doing this It's really appreciated I'm Darren O Schmidt I'm a freshman at the University of Chicago My question is for miss applebaum In 2020 you wrote those who live outside the Fox News bubble do not of course need to learn any of this stuff about Hunter Biden Referring to his laptop of curse A poll later after that found that if voters knew about the content of the laptop 16% of Joe Biden voters would have acted differently Now of course we know a few weeks ago The New York Times confirmed that the content is real Do you think the media acted inappropriately when they instantly dismissed Hunter Biden's laptop as Russian disinformation and what can we learn from that and ensuring that what we label as this information is truly disinformation and not reality My problem with Hunter Biden's laptop is I think totally irrelevant I mean it's not whether it's disinformation or I mean I didn't think the Hunter Biden's business relationships have anything to do with who should be president of the United States So I don't find it to be interesting I mean that would be my problem with that as a major news story This is hands given a shot at comedy She's like you know Chris Rock got slapped There may be an opening so I may want to

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Which of Eric's Book Subjects Does He Find Most Aspirational?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Which of Eric's Book Subjects Does He Find Most Aspirational?

"Eric, which of the individuals that you wrote biographies about, do you aspire to be most like William wilberforce, Dietrich bonhoeffer, Martin Luther, or Donald de caveman, I'm a little nonplussed by that question. The question comes in, first of all, anonymous Schmidt. I think I know who this guy is. And I don't like him. I've met him. I've gotten to know him and I don't like him. No, actually, I love this guy. He's very funny. And so the question is, of all the biographies I've written, which subject of the biographies do I aspire to be like, William wilberforce, the great the great will before us. Dietrich bahnhof or Martin Luther were Donald, the caveman. Now here's the thing, anonymous Schmidt. I don't know how to break it to you, okay? But sit down. I hope you're prepared for this. Donald the caveman is a fictional character. It's based on Donald Trump who is a real character, but Donald the caveman is a fictional character. So I really can't answer this question. I'm not saying it's stupid. I'm not saying you're stupid, but I might be, but I'm not saying it on the air. All right, look, I've had enough. I'm angry. All right, the answer is no, he always writes in funny stuff. And this is funny. So Donald the caveman is the hero of three children's books that I wrote. They're really humor books for adults that look like children's books and people are giving them to kids. So now we're saying their kids books. But it's the Donald the caveman series. And if you want to see them, you have to go to my store dot com and you'll see them there. But Donald the caveman is a simple caveman who solves problems. He sees problems, and he's too simple to see the complicated reason they can't be solved, and he just solves them. So it's a little bit like Donald Trump. But wilberforce, bohnhoff and Martin Luther, who are the subjects of my other of my actual biographies, it's impossible to say, because they are all genuinely great, great men, and so I will say, I don't

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The heat stays on: Earth hits 6th warmest year on record

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

The heat stays on: Earth hits 6th warmest year on record

"Two two U. U. S. S. science science agencies agencies say say twenty twenty twenty twenty one one was was the the sixth sixth hottest hottest year year on on record record globally globally and and it's it's part part of of a a long long term term warming warming trend trend I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at that that report report data data from from NASA NASA and and the the national national oceanic oceanic and and atmospheric atmospheric administration administration sure sure the the last last eight eight years years have have been been the the eight eight hottest hottest on on record record stating stating to to the the late late eighteen eighteen hundreds hundreds and and people people are are feeling feeling it it see see how how father father of of Berkeley Berkeley earth earth twenty twenty five five countries countries had had twenty twenty twenty twenty one one is is the the warmest warmest year year on on record record for for that that country country those those countries countries are are home home to to one one point point eight eight billion billion people people in in global global temperatures temperatures are are now now nearly nearly two two degrees degrees warmer warmer than than one one hundred hundred and and forty forty years years ago ago NASA NASA climate climate scientist scientist Gavin Gavin Schmidt Schmidt the the long long term term trend trend is is very very very very clear clear and and it's it's because because of of us us and and it's it's not not going going to to go go away away until until we we stop stop are are increasing increasing the the amount amount of of carbon carbon dioxide dioxide yeah yeah I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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School Closings Shift Left Leaning Mom's Beliefs

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 6 months ago

School Closings Shift Left Leaning Mom's Beliefs

"So I'm holding in my baby Brown libertarian fingers and article from political. Politico was started by people that left The Washington Post. You can't get a job at The Washington Post unless you're liberal, so it's also a center left publication. I'm not quite sure it's as bad as the Atlantic, but it's probably in the same in the same neighborhood. It's written by a woman named Rebecca bodenheimer and the headline is how school closures made me question my progressive politics. Yesterday we talked about this woman Angie Schmidt from the Atlantic, why I soured on the Democrats went over that. This one is another person who says I've been left leaning all my life. Huge left. Sub headline, I've never felt more alienated from the Liberal Democrat circles. Did I usually call home? And it's all about how the school shut down, and as a result, her son began to lose ground.

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Mother Stopps Supporting Democrats Over School Policies

The Larry Elder Show

01:01 min | 6 months ago

Mother Stopps Supporting Democrats Over School Policies

"Love to use left wing sources whenever I make an argument. And I'm going to start out this show by doing just that. The Atlantic is a left wing publication. Very prominent been around for a very long time. And I was struck by an article written by a woman named Angie Schmidt. Headline why I soured on the Democrats. Sub headline, COVID school policy set me adrift from my tribe. Let me just read you part of it. She writes until recently I was a little Democrat. Left leaning Democrat. That's redundant. She said I've been adult, left leaning Democrat all my life. She said she was the kind of partisan who hated Donald Trump so much that quote I struggled to be civil to the relatives on the other side of the aisle. Then she said, but because of what my family has gone through during this pandemic, I don't feel the same way. She said

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Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe Walks Us Through the Day His Apartment Was Raided by the FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 6 months ago

Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe Walks Us Through the Day His Apartment Was Raided by the FBI

"The FBI snatches your phone out of your hand. Yeah, what happens after that? They take the phone. Finally, you're gonna behave yourself, et cetera I'm paraphrasing these agents. There were about ten or 12 of them all wearing masks. Westchester county, they had a vest on. It said FBI jackets FBI. It kind of looks like one of those people. 30s and 40s mostly. And finally, you know, they do this search my home for two hours. I have a two bedroom apartment. And they would move me into the one room and search the other room so I couldn't see what they were doing. Is that legal? I don't know. Charlie, this whole thing, this whole thing is illegal. The whole premise is illegal. The attorney general of the United States Merrick Garland put out a memo in July, explicitly prohibiting these search warrants against the press. The New York Times Michael Schmidt, who's been writing articles about us every week, even he said, this is a really aggressive move for the FBI to execute a search warrant against the media company is the most aggressive thing they could possibly do. And there are laws against it. And so he's not a journalist. Well, the privacy protection act doesn't make a distinction whether you're considered a journalist or not. You can't do this. So this happens, and finally, I'm sitting on my bed, they've searched the whole place for two hours taking stuff. And they make me sign the document. Only my phones left my iPad on my laptop. Very unusual. And finally, that the lead agent is the shorter guy with the scruffy beard. I think his name is Tony. He looks at me and he says, mister O'Keefe, do you have any questions? And I'm sitting there. I guess I'm in a state of what might be considered shock. Not yet fully in shock, just like this is like a dream sequence. I'm still dreaming. I'm still asleep in my bed at this. I can not believe that I'm going through this. And there's like a couple agents hovering over me the whole time. And this lead agent Tony says you have any questions. And I almost said this Charlie, I did not say this because experience has taught me, don't speak to federal agents without an attorney present. But I almost looked right into his I looked right into this guy's eyes. I guess he could hear me say it even though I didn't mouth the words. And I said, you ever raid a reporter song before Tony? But I did not say those words. And I actually believe that half the people in my apartment, these FBI agents, maybe maybe half of them were actually fans of project veritas. And maybe they're being told what to do. Maybe they even they go, what are we doing? What is this country coming

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Eric Greitens' Bagage Could Hurt GOP's Chances for 2022 Takeover

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | 7 months ago

Eric Greitens' Bagage Could Hurt GOP's Chances for 2022 Takeover

"Senator Scott, look, I know Hugh Hewitt is, and I am deeply concerned about the Eric greitens in Missouri. Obviously, you recognize that there are concerns out there, though it doesn't appear that you're going to take a position, which is probably the right thing for you to do in your position. Is there a point where the Senate Republicans intervene and say, hey, hey, we gotta have an intervention here. This guy is just going to bring us down. I think I think that what you're going to see is one of the other candidates is going to win. I think that I think that you can already see it. I mean, Eric Schmidt, great. Billy long. I don't know Mark mccluskey, I know the others. But one of those, one of those will win the primary. I mean, we also have the state's president in the race. Dave, Jeff, I haven't met him yet. But we're going to have a great person to come out of that race. And Missouri is going to be a safe that we're going to win. It's a Republican state. I think Trump went from Trump one by 16 points or something. So they don't even have a candidate, so Claire mccaskill admitted they look, this is not a swing state anymore. Missouri is a Republican state. So I believe I believe we'll have a good can to come out of there and we'll win.

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"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Conversations with the best experts and thought contributors in technology and design. Thank you for joining us today. Now let's listen in as your host. President at foundry kirk schmidt speaks with this episodes inspiring leader..

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"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Here's your host. Kurt schmidt rob how are you today. Thank you for joining me. Thanks for having me on doing well. Good so you work with a number of organizations in their marketing and sales efforts. Something about the work you do. I'm an outsource or fractional. Vp of sales. So a lot of times company doesn't wanna hire a fulltime vp of sales. Because they don't wanna pay six figures our dot let commissioner in bonuses and in all honesty a lotta times. Small businesses don't need a fulltime. vp of sales. Come in and help them. Putting a sales process that their wholesale seemed follows to get the same results. Got it and from your experience just this year. What have you seen change in the sales landscape with the type of work that you do what i mean besides the obvious but has there been dramatically or there have been things that have surprisingly stayed the same with sales. The whole. How how you approach. Sales has changed a little bit. It's is more customer What does the custody. How can i work with them. And how do they want to work with me. And so that's something. I want to pick your brain about today. Rob which is the idea of who my company for example we've grown. We've doubled in size every year. And we don't have any salespeople and i can attribute a lot of that success to is that our customers are doing most of our sales for us most of those things that we get From referrals and it is from the good work that we do seems to keep spread planting seeds that keeps building up more and more work from your experience. Rob where have you seen. Success in that customer enablement that customer referral pieces. That's something that you were gone as well with your clients. Yes because basically what you have to offer to your client has to be good and.

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"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

The Schmidt List

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Thanks for joining me. Realized i'm on the schmidt list. I wouldn't get just now very slow. you are. you're here. You're here and welcome. Thank you so much i. It's great to be here. I think it's been a crazy week. Just a free event with two hundred people. It's amazing so tell me about the bureau if anything about the bureau of digital tell me more about it. What is it what The value you provide. And what do you do there. Carl yes so. The bureau started in two thousand twelve and the whole idea. Was that people. Running digital shops web shops digital agencies. Become now they weren't business people so we were just theater major. There were people who built a website for their band and then started building. Websites for other bands just started building websites a career in senate business with like paying taxes. And all the things exactly so the idea..

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The Schmidt List

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Of things. So please check it out at Youtube to search for. Schmidt list now on with the show. Welcome. To the Schmidt list the PODCAST for people dedicated to managing successful projects, developing impactful products and building engaged teams, and now here's your host Kurt Schmidt. How're you doing today? I'm fantastic and how are you doing radic happy Friday. Yeah will thanks for joining me today rich. Tell me a little bit about what you do. What can I expect when I go to RICH BRACKEN DOT COM? What's what's the work that you do these days? Sure. So a lot of things unpack there because I think they're all going in different directions. So I am a speaker amount a storyteller I like to use that instead of saying that I'm a motivational speaker keynote storyteller both in person in virtually I also do emotional intelligence consultations as well and I host my own podcast, the richer soul podcast. So just very lucky to have the platform than I do in connect with people that I do, and as of this week I am a one year residents of Minneapolis now. I've got I've got two big got that got the Minneapolis anniversary of my birthday's next week. So it's a, it's an action pack two weeks. Well, you got if you'RE GONNA have to get in years, what Minnesota's are great known for is that they wait till the last minute to buy air conditioners in the last minute by snowblowers. So once you get into that sort of perspective, then you'll understand what it's like to go to a home depot menards or. Something like that trying to find what you're looking for. Well, let's talk about that coaching rich. So personally, you know the last few months, you know now that our homes have not only become the places we live, but they become our offices, they've become our barbershops they've become our restaurants. There are laundry obviously there there there are places where we're trying to get all of our entertainment and all of our Stimuli but personally, it's really set me. Back on some of the goals that I've wanted to achieve and you I think part of it is just my mind. So filled with all the different things going on, you know the business that I'm running at foundry and doing the podcast doing these other things but I, mean I'm experiencing and talking to a lot of other folks that are struggling with staying focused on their goals during this time I mean, what sort of advice do you have? For people that are really kind of getting stuck right now. I totally understand because I've dealt with the first month or so as well, and I've had a ballots within this time. I think that one thing that people need to realize is that even though we are now living in our what would be considering our own life can command center, right? So it's not not leaving to go to the office you're not leaving to go really anywhere everything is right there. So it's kind of a self contained strip mall of life and I really encourage people. To do and the one conversation I've been having. The most are two different strategies number one creating boundaries around what's going on because everything bleeds into everything else now, the the the the video calls in the past that became viral because somebody's kidd stepped in are now in everyday occurrence that is just something that we are now used to life is bleeding over into each other all the different events are crossing over I mean I think the one thing that people need to realize is that. You can set boundaries and it is okay..

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The Schmidt List

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Here's your host Kurt Schmidt okay here. Yeah, I welcome everyone to Schmidt List live the first one. Yeah, it's going to be great now. Because I've got grant here so I'm Kirkman under president of foundry today. We're going to be talking about the sort of all the innovation that's been happening over the past few. which has we've seen so much transformation over the past few months in organizations and I wanted to talk to grant specifically about how that innovation is working, so grant for thanks for joining me. How are you? I'm doing good doing good. Thanks for having me feel I feel honored to be on the inaugural run of the. Video broadcast. was that we were both faces made for radio. So this seems odd I. Don't know well. Why not you know. I mean out. Cool kids are doing it right grant, so that's straight so so I wanted to temporary end. So you know we've seen so much. Innovation happened from all these different organizations over the past few months. Things that we're taking people I mean I I know for a fact that some organizations. Some big box retailers rolled out curbside pickup in weeks. Just, taking them years before to figure out how to even do something seemingly simple, not simple, seemingly simple as allowing people to pull up and get their packages delivered to their their goods delivered to them. So. What's has-beens accuracy just evaporated in Cova? Did covid kill bureaucracy and these organizations grant or yeah happening? Yeah that's that's like the magic question. Right?.

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The Schmidt List

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"And now. Here's your host Kurt Schmidt. Everyone and welcome to the show so today. I'm kind of updates that I wanNA share with everybody. What have I been up to? What's going on with the podcast? And well what's coming up? So what have I been up to been at home working from home in finally set up a studio here It's been difficult because it's hard doing the podcast without having somebody sitting across from you. I've found I really enjoy meeting. New People and conversing with people onto curious to just sit and not do this show but lately it's been really hard because it's not the same without somebody's sitting across from me. So what have I been up to? Well I've got some new ideas that I'll share with you coming up soon. And you know I still finding a lot of value conversations and a lot of you've been downloading show a lot of the older episodes as well which is Great. But have you noticed? They just haven't come out as regularly as they have in the past. So what is coming up? Well I'm excited to announce that I am going to be starting a youtube channel. Yup a youtube channel where I'm going to be live streaming a lot of my interviews and then I'll be taking that audio and then I'll be posting that into the podcast so if you can do me a favor next time. You're on Youtube. Look for Schmidt list do a little search and subscribe and of course like the Youtuber. Say You gotta hit that notification so you get alerted win. I'm GonNa go live but I'm really excited about it. It's going to be something a little different. It's going to be uncomfortable. So be gentle. I'm excited to try it. I'd love it if you join me. It would mean a lot to me and I'm excited to virtually talk to a number of people and now hopefully you'll get to see their faces if he can watch the youtube channel. So I'm excited about that in terms of foundry. We've been busy pretty busy. Actually the The whole end of the world stuff is not really been too crazy for us which has been great but we've all moved to working from home and the studio. There is kind of shuttered right now. So I've had to rebuild everything kind of at home. It which is a little exciting but it's also not as great of audio quality so bear with me there but like I said. Join me for the Youtube Channel. I'm really excited about it. I'm really nervous about it. So many support you can give me would be great and then look forward to that happening in the next few weeks. And some of my. I guess we're going to be talking about when People Looking for Jobs Job coaching. What should we doing if you're out of work and just as importantly what if you have a job right now? What should you be doing to secure yourself for the long term? So we're GONNA be talking a lot about that stuff and then we're also going to be meeting with some innovation people like if you've noticed there's been about two years worth of digital transformation happening in the last two months for a lot of places so I'm really interested to dig in with some of those organizations to find out. How did they get through the red tape? How did they get through the bureaucracy? And how did they make it happen? So if you join me over the next few weeks I really appreciate it. I'm looking forward to interacting with more of you through comments on the Youtube Channel and just hanging out and listening to the show when you have time so again. Thanks for sticking with me. It's almost three years. It's coming up on three years of the show and I'm really excited for the rest of this summer. Not necessarily to stay indoors all the time but I'm excited to get some new content out for you folks so subscribe. Join me looking forward to it and hopefully we'll see you on TV. So I'll sign off here and I hope you have a fantastic week..

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The Schmidt List

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"So often were afraid to take a step action even the smallest amount of action right that level of momentum. Do One little thing right if you have. An idea. Spent some dedicated time researching idea if you have do a do a prototype of something. Do a mind map of something but just take some take a step forward even if it's the small step welcome to the Schmidt list. The podcast for people dedicated to managing successful projects developing impactful products and building engaged teams. And now here's your host Kurt Schmidt styles. How are you do well are? You don't live in a dream man. All right man.

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The Schmidt List

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Here's your host. Kurt Schmidt had everyone. It is my distinct honor to get to introduce Kurt Schmitt of the Schmidt. Lewis podcast and we're really lucky Kurd has I've been doing just a small handful of these live sessions of his podcast and he's graciously agreed to host one of them here today at Agile they twincities so Kurt. Welcome to agitate twin cities. Thank you I appreciate it. Hello everyone welcome to the show. So today we're going to be recording alive podcast. I'm I'm going to be talking with this Fine Group of folks. I I want to do. A couple of quick introductions directly to my left is Tammy Lynn. She's the CEO of self esteem brands ends. Then there's Christie. Who is the chief human resources officer security in and then Meghan she is? VP OF TECHNOLOGY and transportation. Planning at best buy and then Zubin is the CEO of seaprime so welcome everybody.

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The Schmidt List

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Where can they participate in the sharing economy so the one asset that people of Color Eighteen to twenty four have is their creative capacity right? It's just a go. Do something cool go create a video that super super cool go right something go whatever. And it's like they have an endless abundance of content that could create and were saying Genn create that and then we wanna be able to pay for it. Welcome to the Schmidt list. The podcast for people dedicated to managing successful projects developing impactful products and building engaged teams. And now. Here's your host Kurt Schmidt Magno. Yes how are you. I am Golden. Thanks for having avenue me up here and like.

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The Schmidt List

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Developing impactful products and building engaged teams and now here's your host Kurt Schmidt Ryan thank you for joining me on the show today it's going out there that that's him else want the real him to be the be the what that goes out there because I know it will be received that way it'll be more authentic versus a deer in the headlights you know and so I'm trying to bring out that in other people and I I don't know if I'd call it talent but I I'm usually successful getting them to sound like themselves and to other there's whether their leaders or colleagues and it seems to be working so I'm slowly I you know I don't mind being the face of the brand but I'm trying to have maybe the inspiration of the brand getting other people to have that voice of what the brand is always find it interesting when I'm talking with not just other sooners but people who work in product management or these other types of things where they're very self conscious about sharing their stuff right now and get it like I understand like some people are like no I wanNA keep my instagram on private and do this and any other thing but I do have folks that come to me and say like oh I couldn't do what you're doing thing with the show and and this and that even though I mean it sounds like fun or whatever you know and you know I too like you I try to coach them around owned just put yourself out there and see what happens it's funny I tell the story I probably told that too many times in this podcast gonNa tell it anyways is like when I first launched the show I got all these notes people congratulating me and I'm like I didn't win a prize you know like I didn't I just made I just stuck a stupid microphone in my face and started talking Schmidt right but then my wife catering like congratulating because you put yourself out there and he's like oh I didn't all I see doing something that so many other people can never imagine doing yeah or maybe just can't get over themselves enough to do something right right so how have you coached other people like so let's say I'm listening to show Ryan and I'm like you know I probably could beef up my presence may be unlinked in a little bit personally maybe maybe I'm in sales or marketing but maybe maybe I'm just a lead developer lead designer and I wanted to I want to be more of a thought leader yeah you know we're we're should I start right that's a really good question I do get this question asked a lot I honestly do so so the first thing I like to sort of level set with them and and while there they may be coming to me with that ask which is a good first step I'll usually kind of backtrack a little bit and say first and foremost you have to really ona what you're comfortable with and what you're not comfortable with yeah you might have to step out of your car for its own a little bit like you said you know you had a stick Mike in your face and just do it you know but but you know if you knew that this is something that you're not comfortable with at that moment time but you're willing to to try it and just get started then that's I think a lot of people sort of ignore that like I'm not comfortable with this but I guess need to do this because everyone else is doing this or maybe on social media because everyone else's on social media and started doing in doing into it but they don't realize they're not this is not authentic to them it doesn't come naturally to them it's likely not going to look authentic to the people that are receiving right he's not gonNA look natural to them so you need a I just like call that out if that's the case that's totally fine I'm usually not going to tell people like eating to be all these social networks because they're the most popular social networks out there let's I you know think about linked in what's going to be the best for what you're trying to accomplish and then when they get into the other tip that I'll tell them is you know you typically will want to go.

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The Schmidt List

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"In product work. We're not managing it to to end on time on budget meeting. All the requirements were instead managing it to last to endure. That's how how I think the difference between a project a product manager project and manage a docked to endure welcome to the Schmidt list the PODCAST for people dedicated to managing successful projects developing impactful products and building engaged teams and now here's your host Kurt Schmidt Schmidt well. Hello Jason. Thank you for joining me on the show today. High Kurt how are you. I'm doing fantastic. How are you excellent good well so I'm really excited. You and I met a while l. ago and we got to talking and I think we could've talked for a couple of days streaky done just our past experiences but tell me a little bit about how did you get involved in technology. And what have you been up to as recent yeah. I'm how I got into technology. I really started my sort of adult life in in a liberal arts and humanities background. I have a master's degree in English and thought I was going to become that world's next grade scholar American literature but one needs to make take money and some of those sorts of thing to exactly and that sort of translated into a always had some sort of technical interest and translated into a technical technical writing job when I was a young man in my early to mid twenties in technical writing. I started working for a software company. I started working on online help that started to teach me things like html and CSS and digital publishing one thing led to another and I found myself of leading the website for the software company one thing led to another after that and I got a really interesting job at Star Tribune Dot Com the Star Tribune newspaper paper twin cities here as a product manager that was in the year two thousand yeah so that was really when I started doing product management sorts of work from that after a worked at Star Tribune for awhile a got a really nice.

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The Schmidt List

12:51 min | 3 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"You have to be really sold on this thing you're going to do because it's gonna take every bit of britain hoods by you've got and you cannot look for tremendous amounts of <unk> outside reassurance all the time so so you really need to know that you want to do this welcome to the schmidt list the podcast for people dedicated to managing managing successful projects developing impactful products and building engage teams and now here's your host kurt schmidt and amber. Thank you for joining me on the show today. Thank you so much for having me. I'm excited.

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The Schmidt List

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Once I start to understand you better as a whole person and I start to say okay. What are your goals and aspirations and pain points and what keeps you up at night? And how can I help you sleep. And how can I help you achieve those goals. How can I remove the obstacles from your life? He starts to get into human empowerment stuff and you start to get into the domains that social innovators and entrepreneurs do welcome to the Schmidt list the PODCAST for people dedicated to managing successful projects developing impactful products Roddick's and building engaged teams and now here's your host Kurt Schmidt all right Carlos. Thanks for joining me on the show. Today is such an.

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The Schmidt List

12:15 min | 3 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"And now here's your host, Kurt Schmidt. Stephanie. Hi, thanks for joining me today. Thank you for having me. I appreciate you being here. I knew you're busy, and I appreciate taking a little time to carve out and come down. And visit so you're US Bank. Tell me about your role. What are you, what are you what's your job these days my job? I love my job in the standpoint that it changes a lot from what we do. The official title is. I'm senior vice president, I run the innovation design group within the US Bank innovation team. What are we doing innovation design? We've got a lot of beautiful diagrams that I could pull out to show you titrate rate and we're really good at process, and in diagramming it, and, and they're better people to explain it, but at the end of the day, what I really think about is our team is there to inspire others inspire selves in some cases. But really, how do we help people get their ideas stated, and then move that idea forward into something sometimes at something, our very own team is doing that. Sometimes it's. A program that we're running like our innovator in residence program were helping employees bring their idea forward. You know there's a there's a lot of momentum behind being innovative right now in banking. So, you know, having a role like this is in a way. It's a privilege, but there's also a lot of pressure on it because of how we have to innovate and get employs to think about that. I've found love that.

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The Schmidt List

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"There's going to be pupil in a large organization that just aren't comfortable. And that's okay. It's about finding those people who are okay with a little immaturity. Welcome to the Schmidt list, the podcast for people dedicated to managing successful projects developing impactful products and building engaged teams. And now, here's your host Kurt Schmidt. Amber. And Rebecca thank you for joining the on the show today. Things are having us. Yes. Excited to talk to you both. So today, we're going to talk a little bit about innovation in the enterprise and product development, and all that sort of stuff. But before we get started. Maybe amber, would you wanna tell me a little bit about your background for the audience can know who amber is share semi careers started at a fintech startup by the name of netspend in Austin, Texas, and there are actually started in marketing and my third day on the job. My boss said, hey, we need a Email life cycle program, and you need to come up with a strategy design it and then figure out how to get it built. And so just that. And I didn't know any better. So I said, okay. And so I think you know, that was really the beginning of product for me and understanding that if you can think of something you can create it and get it built. And really loved that creativity in the power that comes with that. And the reward of seeing that, you know, come to life. And so I was kinda hooked from that point on for years. Their four years at a startup can be a long time. Right. Exactly. Thirty years, right? That was being looked at as the old woman in the room. And so it was time to get kind of some different experience. We happen to be doing a project for target at the time and had a conversation with one of my partners from target about potentially getting back up north closer to family and six weeks later. I was driving my Volkswagen Jetta up. I thirty five wondering what did I do? So I went to work in this cool little team within the financial services area at target called product, design and development, but financial product design and development, which was often confused even at target. But we do a lot of cool things within the financial services pyramid. We worked on the very early beginnings of Mobil gift cards, the very earliest workings of mobile payments. And so it was a great space to land in target coming from a startup because we were expected to be nimble. However, quickly realized just how slow, you know, especially if I national services organization within a very large retailer can me and it was. Yeah. Regulations on regulations. And then, you know, started to network out within target to find my people if you will right by the other people that were looking to move fast disrupts create new experiences and through trying to get target gift cards on Facebook. At that point in time. Facebook was just supporting the sale of e gift cards, so like Starbucks had done a little web app. I think American Eagle had done little web app. And I thought gosh, you know, everyone loves target gift cards. Why aren't we on Facebook? And basically, my boss said you have the time, but we don't have the budget. So if you can go figure out who has the budget. You know, you can do it. So it was a great opportunity to actually get out and meet more people from target digital or target dot com. At the time and happened to through that find the people that were starting or the person Sarah Peterson who is starting the social experience team at the time. She was the only person and at that point she had been told to focus on. Wind should target be integrating with social platforms should target me integrating with social platforms and then figuring out the strategy around that. Yon? So we kind of hit it off. And and and I decided to go and work with her and and building that social experience team, and we got to do a lot of really cool things. Because at that time leadership didn't care about social they thought it was a fad. I mean, I remember so many quotes about how Facebook is the hot thing that will be gone tomorrow. This was in twenty eleven or twenty twelve right? Exactly. Right. It's nothing today. So yeah, we were able to really play and partner was startups to you know, work outside kind of the standard bureaucracies of building within target and build some really cool little quick test and learn web apps around testing different versions of social commerce. And so through that we spun up several different experiences one of which then became cartwheel initially referred

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The Schmidt List

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Home. So. Yeah. The I could play the agree with your saying because I think it's important that. Is that everyone out there who has leaders or people that you respect our people you work for like, these amazing leaders like just because you have a title does not mean, you don't need coaching or you don't need to grow. Or learn. I see it all the time when somebody who is a VP of blah, blah, big, blah, blah company. They assume you got it. You got it figured out. You've got that title. And they assume you don't need anymore coaching or you don't need. That's when you need them most coaching. I feel like and and either hopefully, you're working in an organization that has leadership that does that or at least are open to hearing that feedback that you you do you do need that. I want to thank everybody here for being so vulnerable and showing up. And explaining again, the true path have really good leadership is not that you just know everything. And now, you just are born super smart, you know, for me, I tell people all the time. Like, how did I get to where I'm at? I put my foot in my mouth more times than the other person to probably and was able to take the punches with it and be able to grow from it. So I want to thank everybody here for joining us, and we're gonna move into QNA. So. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for listening to the Schmidt list. If you want to learn more about how accelerates innovation checkout foundry makes dot com, and if you'd like to speak about establishing, a growth mindset your conference or with your team drop me a note that Kurt that foundry makes dot com. Oh in the next time, you're on the internet Pedauye tunes and leave the show a review if you enjoyed this episode, please share with a friend because sharing is carrying like truly. Appreciate you taking the time to listen to the show. And I hope you have a fantastic week.

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The Schmidt List

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"schmidt" Discussed on The Schmidt List

"Out there, but you should watch a few of shady out there. But the point is this. Go from where you are today to where you wanna be tomorrow. There's a gap there, and what you have to do is define that gap. And then you got to go out and actually find things that help you cross that gap. Whatever that is you want to be a better coder. Okay. Right code figure out fine opportunity to write code to do something that may not even make sense to you. You know, go build another app to you know, see how much snow's falling today. I don't know. Want to learn a new technology figure out a way to just get into it that may not necessarily be what you're doing during the day podcast. Listen to stop go to school, go Lynda dot com. Find free stuff. There's a lot of free stuff out there that you can do go to YouTube right, go to YouTube. Learn some fun find something that you have never done never done. Never had experience with and go learn it. They'll learn calligraphy go learn anthropology, we talked about that little bit. Go learn how to bake limit. But cakes as good as one eight tonight. Right. I'm gonna make a wholesome about that bunk. Right. Just just just go do it. Because here's what people don't understand that. I would say, and I'm gonna shut up. By doing these uncomfortable things in spaces that you have not been in. There are parallel skills. You can extrapolate from those experiences that will help you where you are. And in some cases, there are only certain experiences that will give you some of that stuff. You wanna be a VP of something? Okay. Go to a nonprofit beyond aboard and run a committee matter, what nonprofit is just do it. Because you're now have a space to learn that. And then what you learn from that to pull it back and take it to your current space where you work. That's how you do stuff. Like that. I'm always trying stuff new always doing any key. She young too. You know, my grades are just now starting to show. But that's why you gotta keep learning. That's fantastic. Amanda, how do you continually? Learn can answer I and trying to stall to think something really good. I was gonna drop a bomb. That's what's going to happen. Mike, mike. What do you do to continually learn as a as a leader organization so every night before bed laptop and I turn on the Schmidt list. I'm sorry. I was to start with. Wouldn't I I the twenty lady I listen to Kurt inch thick and then I'm fast asleep and getting. Perfect. And then yeah, it's a great day. Yeah. For me. I've never been in academic lunar. I've never been a big reader. It's always been experiential for me. The last two years of my life have been an incredible crash course on you have no idea how to do this thing. But you need to do it. Anyway. So just go do it. And and like you said the impostor syndrome of. Courage is isn't the absence of fear. It's just going ahead and doing it anyway and practicing and learning that thing so to me that's been a lot of it. And then I think the the experiences we have our so humbling that to me it's becoming more and more about listening. Listen to your clients, listen to your teammates, listen to the people around you learn from everybody and maybe start out by assuming you're wrong instead of you're right, or at least trying to understand why is this thing that I think where the flaws so that's where I've been really trying to expand and grow and just challenge myself because everything that is my being my job needs to be something else. I'm an engineer by trade. My last name Steiner, I am incredibly German incredibly detail oriented and want everything to be just so and that's not the world. So that continuous kind of internal struggle of. No, we're not gonna work that way. And. You're going to do it. I mean, I agree. A million percent with learning by doing? I think it's it's been true every step of micro, which is kind of weird one. I've had lots of different kinds of jobs and lots of people have given me jobs. They never should have given me that I faked it real hard until I made it or not. But I think over the last couple of years I've actually been trying to make my life not about my job. So that when I'm doing my job, I'm better at it in so trying to find space and actually trying to sort of lead, by example in an organization where it's really easy just to work all the time. That not working all the time is okay. And also make sure work way better. And so I wrote a blog post resuce Jones a couple of years ago about how I turn off on vacation, except that I turn onto clean out my inbox. Because I my CD won't let me come back to work with lots of inbox. But, but but just free in my mind and watching a movie or listening to a podcast about skin-care instead of about lean startups and watching trashy television all of those things like when I come back to it, I way fresher, and I'm way sharper giving myself permission to do. It has been the hardest thing for me giving. My permission not to work all the time has been the hardest thing. But I'm I'm way better. So. Stood you read the blog post about shutting off while you're on vacation. I didn't I wrote it on the plane on the way home.

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