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"school business" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"school business" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So the committee advises Mayor Muriel Bowser to ask the federal government to remove relocate or contextualized those landmarks. But the White House criticized the mayor, saying she should be ashamed for suggesting them. Other proposals within D C control include renaming buildings, parks and schools like Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. I'm Julie Walker. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has told states to prepare for a Corona virus vaccine to be ready to distribute by November. 1st director Dr Robert Redfield said states in the near future will receive applications from McKesson Corporation. A contractor with the CDC to distribute vaccines to places including state and local health departments and hospitals. Republicans in the Senate are hoping a pared down Covad 19 relief bill will muster enough votes to pass next week. Bob Agnew reports Those most concerned or a handful of GOP senators in tight re election race is the Hill Reports leader Mitch McConnell told the GOP conference call that every member in a tight race wants to see a bill that gets at least 51 votes, even if it's ultimately rejected. $500 billion proposal up for consideration next week would provide new Corona virus released two schools, businesses and the Unemployed. Buying new reporting. The House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed Postmaster General Lewis to joy for widespread mail delivery delays that have propelled the Postal Service into the political spotlight. Is it prepares to handle mail in ballots for the November election? On Wall Street that out by 454 points more on these stories at townhall dot com. If you've fallen behind on your credit card.

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"school business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:08 min | 3 months ago

"school business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I must say there are people who dispute those numbers the president just used, but But Debbie, the post office has been a challenge for the country. For some time, it has been losing money affair for a fair amount of time and President Trump's been on this kick before does he sort of have a point? First of all, we have to do something to help the post office in the law long term, but I want to go to the short term it see oldest agency in this country. Henchman. Franklin was the first postmaster general. And a lot of people don't understand how many veterans relying for their medicine seniors for their Social Security. Real pain and a lot of people are now because they're afraid to go out of their homes are shopping online and Amazon and other businesses are delivering their packages by man. But the fact of the matter is and people in the Trump administration themselves have said to the president. At the post office as a customer or Amazon, as a customer of the post office is stronger because they are doing business and it is not at a reduced rate. And the president has to realize that not everybody's a billionaire like he is and that there are a lot of people that count on the post office is being an affordable means of mailing packages or bills. They can't afford a 10 or $20 or $30 fee from fashion named individual companies but by other careers that do deliver packages. So we've got to make sure that they are financially solvent. We've got to figure it out up in focused on this for a long time, by the way, working with my area post offices long before it became Isis. Here, the president seems to have become obsessed about the post office again. Machines disappearing box is disappearing as we talked about The fall elections and voting and we do need to make sure that vote by me I was gonna be safe in this country as well. Congressman Dingell, as I understand you and your fellow Congress, people are being summoned back by the speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi to vote on legislation. I think as early as this Saturday, try just what can be done because, as I recall, there was a provision The Heroes Act was passed what, three months ago that address this Why is it going to be a difference when there's a single bill? Just on the Postal Service? Is the Senate gonna back that? Is the president going to sign that? Well, I've talked to a number of Republicans in the house who are coming back. You're going to be voting for this bill. And I think that a lot of senators, Republican or Democrat or home like I am and hearing from people who are very scared, particularly concerning is the number of veterans calls. That we're all getting from people who aren't getting their medicines, etcetera. I quite frankly think we need to be acting on the hero's bill too, and wish that they would do that. But we need to make sure we've seen the pictures of mailboxes being told off streets. We know we've heard the reports seeing pictures of machines being poured out pulled out, and I've talked to a lot of postal workers who have until they can't work overtime. So male is just backing up in these post office is we need to make sure that for the short term the post office's operating and it's a system is working and doing what it's supposed to do, and then we need to all get in a room and figure out how we keep the post office alive. Because it is a very important function of our government or and for our country to have that service for the American people. And finally, Congressman Dingell. You mentioned her exact I mentioned here exact. Let's talk about the overall stimulus because it wasn't that long ago. We thought it was just it was a crisis that need to be addressed. And now we hardly even talking about it seems to be clear. It's goingto go over into September 1 of the consequences that are we going to get a stimulus bill. And if so, when You know, David, you may say that we're not talking about it. And the media is I love the media, so I don't wanna sound freedom of the press is very important. But if you're out there I am. I'm doing the farmer's markets on doing Veterans Events Law enforcement event yesterday, that's all people are talking about. They're scared to death. They don't don't have jobs. They've been one out of four people in Michigan doesn't have a job. They don't have their making their mortgage payments or the rent payments were trying to come up with programs for that. We have a real food shortage. And people really don't understand that the people in this country are Ha ve talked to the restaurant owners. They're desperate. I mean, if you are not a national TV But home and just that grassroots effort that's all anybody's talking about. They want us to do something state and local governments are looking at. How are we gonna reopen schools? How are we going to educate our Children? They need happen. They need support. So I'm hearing about it every single day. And people are quite frankly that just man it all of us for not getting our act together, getting something done. Which leases exactly to the question I have. I mean, Actually, there's a sense of service, sir. You sure you've seen that indicates the level of anxiety about home about job about food is really remarkably high right now. What's wrong with our political process that if the people really aren't as concerned, as you say they are Our representative Washington aren't fixing it. So we get it. So why is one of the reasons why it's important people vote? In November because you gotta have leadership that's going to call people together. I am somebody who was always reached across the island and willing TTO work with people and none of us were America's first without Republicans or Democrats. We have a dysfunctional Senate. I'm gonna believe. You know, we have passed something The president should be taking your ship and saying We have to do this for the American people. This is what we will do, and a lot of our members are frustrated and even I mean, we got to do something and American people need to say is they elect their officials. We want you to work together. We're sick of this partisan degree. We want to get things done and vote for people that are going to get things done. Okay. Well, good luck as you head back to Washington to deal at least with the Postal Service. I hope Muchmore thank you so much that Congressman Debbie Dingell, Democrat of Michigan, always a pleasure to have you, Debbie coming up Part of my conversation with Ford Chief Financial officer Tim Stone. Why he is only cautiously optimistic. 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Teachers Visit Dallas Memorial Honoring Black Lives Lost to Violence

Smart Money with Bryan Baker

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Teachers Visit Dallas Memorial Honoring Black Lives Lost to Violence

"At the entrance to Dallas is historic Thanksgiving Square. There There are are the the faces faces of of black black lives lives lost lost to to violence, violence, and and on on Saturday Saturday a a group group of of teachers teachers Gathered Gathered at at the the wall wall to to honor honor them them one one of of the the teachers teachers the the lane, lane, Blacker Blacker said. said. If If there's there's evidence evidence black black lives lives don't don't matter. matter. Then Then we we can't can't truly truly say say all all lives lives matter. matter. While While the the Koven Koven 19 19 health health crisis crisis has has made made a a start start to to the the school school year year tenuous tenuous for for teachers teachers and and students students Urlacher says teachers need to continue advocating for the black lives matter Movement and systemic change within schools. Businesses are leadership as well as empowering their student. And American

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Thousands forced to leave Ford Chicago plant day after it reopened

WCCO Morning News

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands forced to leave Ford Chicago plant day after it reopened

"News thousands of workers at a newly reopened Ford assembly plant and Chicago were sent home early after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus second day and already we hear about this I'm upset that you're bringing us back so soon the CDC has quietly released that sixty page guide to re opening shelved by the White House it includes detailed advice for local government schools businesses and mass

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"school business" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

The ROI Podcast

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"school business" Discussed on The ROI Podcast

"I'm home with my dog. Twenty four seven. He expects to walks a day now. More ingrained is afternoon. Treat in fact today I had to run out and get something and I put the shoes on that. I usually wear for our walks and he got upset. Why was gone and wasn't a good boy because I think he correllated. You're going somewhere in the walking shoes Algeria. So you know it's even looking at my schedule of. How do I get him back into a routine so when I do leave? I don't leave very often but when I have to go get something I go through the routine as if I were leaving for work with him so that way. He's getting in the habit of going back to that. I'm going to have to steer Steph my time back in office. I can't go back to the office five days a week. Forty hours on a dime on him wreck havoc on the house. So how do I stair step it not only for me and my my wellbeing but also the animals and the same thing for people with children you know. How do you kind of work your way back into a routine? And how do you build that routine that you WANNA keep you know? We've had so many weeks to reflect and work on things you know. I feel like there's a lot of pressure for people to use this time to be productive. You know doing stuff around the house picking up a new hobby working out things like that but you know that's not always the case. That's not always what everybody wants or needs to do with their time. So it's Really taking this time that you've used at four and make sure that it was valuable so if you did get into some sort of knee routine how do you keep going forward for you or if you You know got some new traditions going on. How do you keep those moving forward? But I actually saw front. Who was saying how she is like? I'M NOT GONNA pack child's lunch for the rest of the year and she got a little nostalgic about it because it was a little preschooler going off to kindergarten and so I think there's going to be a lot of things like that but sneak up and take us by surprise how much it means to us or what it what it has how it has impacted our lives throughout all this yeah stain conscious about the fact that it might affect you and yes knowing that in. Beano Keta deal with it or talk about it. Yeah I think that's important is to talk about it. I talked to my employees all the time like. It's something's changed with you or you're not feeling it today or whatever our conversation. Let's talk about it. I can't help you if I don't know what we're dealing with and so the same helping. Everybody realized that this is GonNa be different going back and so we have to be prepared to just process. The feelings and the emotions are can come with it. Because it's it's not like when we get green light you know it's not like the monopoly board we're coming back to go in all the sudden we can sprint back into life. How it was because everything's GonNa look completely different. There's a lot of states that can't even gather for concerts or things like that and so when we go back to being able to be out and about. It's not going to look the same. And I think that's GonNa have a big emotional impact on a lot of people absolutely something to be aware of and something to think about Christie Vasquez chief development officer for indy reads. Thank you so much for being our guest today and thanks for making my first long form. Podcast sell fun. Congratulations you job. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate everything. The Keller School Business Does for our community and I wanNA thank anyone listening in Indianapolis. Thank you for the support that you give our nonprofit and our bookstore really means a lot of different people lights of others. This has been another episode of the Roi podcast presented by the Indiana University. Kelley School of business. I'm your House Theresa. Mackin filling in for Matt Martel. Don't worry he'll be back next week here on the show. Our mission is to help. Organizations make better business decisions..

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U.S. may need to extend social distancing for virus until 2022, study says

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

U.S. may need to extend social distancing for virus until 2022, study says

"Could be years before standing apart from each other is over with no vaccine or treatment for covert nineteen you can expect a cycle of loosening and re tightening of restrictions until enough of us become immune to the virus that social distancing is no longer necessary that could take as many as two years if we want to keep hospitalizations at a manageable number it's the finding of a new Harvard study published in the journal science that says if we end social distancing too quickly as a result in hundreds of thousands if not millions of deaths think back to the well publicized chart with the two curves this proposal of on and off again wrist tions for schools businesses events and gatherings flattens the curve while trying to get back to some semblance of life before the pandemic buying time until the vaccine

States map out reopening of economies, say crisis not over

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

States map out reopening of economies, say crisis not over

"The centers for disease control and prevention is helping develop detailed plans for just how the nation would re open a top CDC official says they would include separate steps for re opening schools businesses and other entities president trump's outlining a plan where states would test people at their borders we're going to suggest that they check people but while the president seems intent on moving ahead Dr Anthony Fauci told the AP yesterday the nation is no where near having that kind of testing capability nor is able to take some other key steps vital to start re opening like isolating new cases and tracking down their contacts and we're not there yet Sager mag ani Washington

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States map out reopening of economies, say crisis not over

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

States map out reopening of economies, say crisis not over

"A top CDC official says they would include separate steps for re opening schools businesses and other entities president trump's outlining a plan where states would test people at their borders we're going to suggest that they check people but while the president seems intent on moving ahead Dr Anthony Fauci told the AP yesterday the nation is no where near having that kind of testing capability nor is able to take some other key steps vital to start re opening like isolating new cases and tracking down their contacts and we're not there yet Sager met Ghani Washington

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NYC mayor and governor are at odds over continued school closures

First Light

02:34 min | 8 months ago

NYC mayor and governor are at odds over continued school closures

"There are now at least five hundred fifty seven thousand cases of corona virus in the United States more than twenty two thousand people have died from it New York state alone has more infection cases than any country the largest public school system in the U. S. has been closed for a month the mayor of New York says they need to stay closed through the end of the academic year but over the weekend the governor pushed back on that these two guys do not like one another and they're not afraid to show it correspondent Steve casted bomb has the back and forth on Saturday New York's mayor surprised a lot of people with his announcement saying that he would keep schools closed for the rest of the school year and focus on resuming in classroom education in September within September is a good day to think about when things get more fully back to normal R. and we know it will take a different kind of approach than we've ever had it seems to be something that caught governor Andrew Cuomo by surprise in the mayor's position which is keeping schools should be canceled for the rest of the year when we made the decision to close the schools we made it for the entire metropolitan region you can't make a decision just within New York City without coordinating that decision with the whole metropolitan region he said build Blasio didn't have the legal authority to make the unilateral decision it is my legal authority in this situation yes in fact the governor ordered schools to close back then after mayor de Blasio was reluctant to do so at the time even though he was under tremendous pressure from teachers and others to close the system the mayor and the governor apparently spoke afterwards and there still seem to be some difference of opinion between the two on Sunday our job is to protect the children New York City to protect the family's New York City to protect our educators and our job is to make sure that we beat back the coronavirus once and for all it's abundantly clear that to do those things we have to keep our schools close for the remainder of the school year first we have to have a coordinated approach on the reactivation if you will schools businesses workforce transportation it all has to be coordinated number two it all has to be coordinated regionally governor Cuomo argued that you can't make the call now on schools without knowing where things will be in may he said if it's safe to reopen businesses becomes problematic to do so while keeping schools closed

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"school business" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"school business" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The more traditional just strolling through the video squares showing off your costume looking at other people's costumes and then there's the bunny hop room will have DJ Vito fun playing dance music for the first hour afterwards people will be interviewed live about their bonnets and costumes in the zoom party Steve cast about for ten ten wins and if you like your Easter Sunday with a side of pose as in celebrity Joel Osteen megachurch hosting Mariah Carey and filmmaker Tyler Perry at tonight's service also showing support in honoring first responders wins news time six forty five so where are we with city schools will they stay closed will be reopened and honestly it depends on who you ask just two hours after mayor Blasio said schools would remain closed through June governor Cuomo said all hold on no no they're not in the mayor's position which is you want to close until June and we may do that but we're going to do in a coordinated sense with the other localities it makes no sense for one locality to take an action that's not coordinated with the others mayor firing back last night appearing on MSNBC politics nation with al Sharpton I have to do what I think is right to stop the corona virus from holding this city and its grip to fight it back and make sure that we get out of this horrible moment in our city history and move forward and the only way to do that is by being vigilant and smart and not taking our foot off the gas so where do the kids stay and right now what can parents planned to do at this point seems like a certain way games on the mayor the governor get on the same page governor says he wants to check with the best minds before making a decision on when to reopen things not just schools businesses as well governor Cuomo saying he fears what he calls a second wave of infections if things were re opened too early he said decisions about re opening would be dependent upon testing for both diagnosis and also for antibodies that would show immunity The New York Times says in a report out this morning the highlights what the paper calls the trump administration's missteps in handling the response to covert nineteen the report says the president ignored the warnings of his advisers back on February twenty first it took the president more than three weeks after that to actually announce the social distancing measures despite the fact that there was there's growing consensus inside his administration among these health experts that they needed to move to this mitigation strategy correspondent Jeremy diamond there the United States now leading the world in fatalities more than twenty thousand deaths here in New York state death total eight thousand six hundred twenty seven sixty three hundred of them here in the city.

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Mayor says virus has hit black, Hispanic New Yorkers hard

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:29 min | 8 months ago

Mayor says virus has hit black, Hispanic New Yorkers hard

"Governor Cuomo says well the state has once again recorded a single bank the biggest day death toll with seven hundred and seventy nine people dying of a corona virus there are continued signs of a flattening of the curve he says the three day average trend show some hospitals are now releasing more people that are coming in there is good news and what we're saying that what we have done and what we are doing is actually working and making a difference we took dramatic actions in the state we knew your paws program to close down schools businesses social distancing and it's working it is flattening the curve can we see that again today but he warned that grim days were ahead for those who were hospitalized earlier the number of deaths as a matter of fact the number of deaths will can can you to rise as those hospitalized for a longer period of time passed away and he along with mayor de Blasio today made note how Kobe nineteen was disproportionately affecting the Hispanic and black communities today the governor showed photos and names of new Yorkers who died of corona virus and ordered flags to fly at half mast New York state's death toll has hit six thousand two hundred and sixty eight the state now has more confirm virus cases more than one hundred and forty nine thousand than any country in the world besides the

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Gov. Tom Wolf closes Pa. schools indefinitely

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Gov. Tom Wolf closes Pa. schools indefinitely

"Pennsylvania have been extending school and business closings due to the pandemic an increase in increments I should say of two weeks that ended on Monday when governor Tom wolf announced the closures would be in effect indefinitely keeper schools businesses closed when as long as we need to keep in close to keep close to keep Pennsylvania safe right now it isn't

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Pennsylvania schools and business will remain closed 'indefinitely,' Gov. Wolf says

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Pennsylvania schools and business will remain closed 'indefinitely,' Gov. Wolf says

"Up until now governor wolf tried to pick a date when schools and non life sustaining businesses would reopen again but he kept having the push that date back so is keeping them closed indefinitely keeper schools businesses closed when as long as we need to keep in close to keep Pennsylvania safe governor wolf is also extending his stay at home order you should only leave your house if it is absolutely necessary because the number of cases continues to grow I will be pushing back the end of the stay at home order to April thirtieth and this is in line with what the president is doing at the

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Maryland preparing for possible extended shutdowns of schools, businesses, events as coronavirus spreads

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Maryland preparing for possible extended shutdowns of schools, businesses, events as coronavirus spreads

"One to the coronavirus as Maryland deals with three positive cases of the virus in Montgomery County we're learning that sporting events could soon be canceled at schools within the university system of Maryland U. S. M. chancellor Jay Perman says he isn't ordering big event to be called off but is urging the system's institutions including the university of Maryland College Park to consider canceling or postponing large gatherings such as ceremonies sporting events and even large classes Herman says schools need to be ready to provide classes online even though

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Is the U.S. ready for a severe coronavirus outbreak?

Austin's Morning News

02:26 min | 9 months ago

Is the U.S. ready for a severe coronavirus outbreak?

"Nine a scientist they can't tell yet how deadly the virus that's spreading around the globe really is and depending on well deepening the mystery the fertility rate different differs even in China as infections of the virus that causes call that nineteen to surge in other countries even a local county right can be a lot of victims now in understanding why one place fares better than any other place well becomes critical to unravel you may have heard what president trump said from India Tuesday you may ask about the corona virus which is very well under control in our country and what the centers for disease control and prevention's Dr Nancy Meissonier said we expect we will see some unity spread in this country not so much a question of if this will happen anymore the more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have severe illness and even later during a health and Human Services briefing the CDC's Dr and shook it even though the World Health Organization is in calling for one said current global circumstances suggest it's likely that this virus will cause a pandemic and we're told we should be prepared for the possibility of a disruption to our lives because of coronavirus what that may look like is unclear as is if a disruption will happen at all the doctor missing a says the idea is to be ready prepare for school options include dividing students into smaller groups or in a severe pandemic closing schools and using internet based telescope to continue education dole businesses can replace in person meetings with TV or telephone conferences and increased teleworking options a larger scale communities in cities may need to modify postal cancel mass gathering in not that this is what we should do now but just be prepared meaning that schools businesses communities should put mechanisms in place now so if they are needed can be transitioned into smoothly and meaning for individuals also put whatever mechanisms needed in place that would help with these possible disruptions the best thing to do however as doctor and shook it reminds us the easy common sense things covering your cough or sneeze staying home when you're sick are are very important and of course the evergreen wash your hands and by the way the effective length of time for hand washing is at least fifteen seconds but wash them

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Coronavirus: Italy imposes strict lockdown in outbreak hotspots

Wait, Wait Don't Tell Me!

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Coronavirus: Italy imposes strict lockdown in outbreak hotspots

"Time Italy is trying to contain an outbreak of new coronavirus infections dozens of towns in the north or under lockdown and NPR's Sylvia put Jolie reports two people have died of the illness a seventy eight year old man died late Friday near Padova invented tell and a woman in Lombardy died today Lombardy governor Aqil Fontana said strict measures have been taken in the region Italy's financial and industrial powerhouse ten towns in an area southwest of the lan are in lockdown with some fifty thousand residents told to remain indoors while schools businesses and restaurants are closed and public gatherings including Sunday mass and soccer games are suspended better to governor look at science said the contagion shows the virus is transmitted like the flu you can get it from anyone he told reporters prime minister Decepticon to said the government is ready to consider further measures so people Jolie and B. R. news

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You Are Doing Everything Wrong with Chuck Bamford

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

07:42 min | 10 months ago

You Are Doing Everything Wrong with Chuck Bamford

"First of all let me say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us. I know before we hit record. You have a ton of things to do today. So thank you for taking some time out to share with US more than glad to do so. Glad to have the opportunity. Second thing I'd like to do is to ask you to tell us about yourself. Now when I say fill free to go all the way back to where it all started or you just start more. Current Day tells about yourself. Yeah well I'll skip all the parts. That are are too impressive or embarrassed me along the way I worked in industry for about twelve years after graduation from my Undergrad most of that emerging acquisition work decided to go back and get a PhD and then for the next sixteen years. I was a classic professor of the I was exactly what you think of. In terms of academic I held an endowed share. I was tenured full professor and then I decided that I really wanted to have more of an impact on business to be honest. I felt like I really enjoyed the teaching aspect of academia. But it wasn't didn't feel like I was making as much of an impact on business practices. I could so I left. Full-time academia gave up tenure. Much Chagrin of my friends and started a consulting company which that's been going on for just over seven years now doing strategy designed Strategy Implementation Consulting and then I still teach so. I do adjunct teaching at Duke University at the Fuego School Business and at the University of Notre Dame at Mendoza. When we fly up there was only fifteen minutes down the road from where I live. So I still teach in the executive MBA an MBA programs. A bit probably do. The rest of my time is spent Writing 'cause I've got As you mentioned several I've got seven books out. So that's sort of my quick history. Nice so you mentioned you wanted to make a bigger impact and I want to dive into a little bit more later but for now. I want to backtrack a little bit and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do? You're going to take a nerd but I think my favorite thing to do is sit quietly and write. I think a lot of people don't enjoy it. I just really do data so sitting quietly in writing. Is that hard for you to do? I know myself with the family and the kids. Sometimes that's a little difficult to do. How do you find the time in the space to do that? Well I'm very fortunate situation or time in my life an empty nester and so the only disruptions really occur if the grand kids come over. We've got lots of rooms. My wife works at home a lot of times as well. We just kind of quietly work during the day and then I don't really find it a problem at all but now I do two to three cups of coffee in the morning and get to that point but usually it gets going. Get it now. This question is sometimes throws people off but I love to ask it because of the variety of answers that I get you can meet anyone in the world. Who WOULD IT BE? And what would you say to them? So I actually have this response to several folks who have something similar not exactly what you put it but it would probably be honestly the Dalai Lama and I really liked to understand how you attain inner apiece. Because seems like things my brain's always going things are always happening inside so I probably would. I would probably do that and I would consider that to be a one of those life. Check marks if I could do it. So what would enter peace? Get you why interface. Yeah I think it would just quiet every if I could quiet everything down. Not only could I do a whole lot more but I think I would do better with my kids. My grandkids to students. I teach back in the day. I'll do a quick for you back in the day. I was labeled hyperactive. Nowadays they probably would have called it. Adhd and so. It's the sort of constant stuff going on. Keeps me constantly going kidding? It has a pro and con and one of those sort of constant inside stuff happening. Which would be fine not Not to always have to deal with now. If you had to give one thing you do to overcome challenges. What would that be yeah? It's writing it all down so I run into for me again. Not Everybody does I like paper and a pen but if I can get it all written down what the issue is and that gives me a chance to sort of map out how all solve it and I'm sort of a picture guy. I have no artistic talent whatsoever but I draw pictures all the time about how I'm going to accomplish something and it usually helps me get around problems that I had struggle figuring out in my head top two keys to success. There's a tough one. I guess I'm only going to have to say it for me. Number one is to never stop believing that you can accomplish. Whatever it is you want to accomplish. Just my take a whole lot longer than you think it's going to take and I think the second one is one. I've gone back to even back into my high school. Days is always felt like I was not the smartest guy in the class. More of the smartest person in the room. But I'M GONNA I'll persevere just about every buddy so I think it's Focused down work hard kind of approach to accomplishing some really good point. I think that's a great life lesson as well. Perseverance is key it really is you make it. It's amazing what can be done by the willing to just keep pushing at it so we've learned a little bit about you. What makes you take? And I'd like to revisit the impact statement that you made before wanting to have a greater impact. I'm assuming and that's a really dangerous thing that you started your company because he wanted to make a greater impact so talk a little bit about that and what your company does indeed so colonel hearkens back just a little bit. When I was in I was constantly surprised to find out that research had already debunked a lot of the stuff that we were doing and business or had come up with better techniques. I was always like. Why don't we know about this stuff? So when I got into academia I realized this is it's so much of this is known. There's so many things that we already know how to how to do. Why isn't this getting out unless I was teaching? My classes. Undergrads are great but unfortunately it's going to be twenty years before they can put into practice the strategy stuff that I'm trying to teach him in quincy unfortunately by then it's somewhat changed. I mean changes fairly regularly so really wanted to be able to get more direct impact a love Executive Mba. 'cause they're normally all out there in business they're fairly experienced. They need to use the stuff right away and MBA's who can get into this quickly can do the exact same thing but my business is really focused about doing it directly for companies. So I like to get into these companies. Get into opposition. We worked with over one hundred twenty in the last seven years. Get into these organizations and really help them figure out what separates them the minds of customers such that customers will go pass their competitors and come to them and get past these face validity kind of things as I mentioned. Sorry in my inappropriate. Oh yeah that employees are not our competitive advantage but how we deliver on them but to get to elements that really make a difference really implement strategy and quantum just changed the game for these companies. The sales soared the EBA sores. I mean it's just it's been a remarkable run. That's been a lot of fun.

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High school students on field trip find hidden cameras in their hotel rooms

WBBM Late Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

High school students on field trip find hidden cameras in their hotel rooms

"Law enforcement officers in Wisconsin have launched an investigation into complaints of hidden cameras in the hotel rooms of high school students members of the East High School business club in Madison discover them during a trip in Minneapolis earlier this month a school staff members and placed on leave police now want to find out whether it's also happen on previous trips

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Russian president To Give His Yearly Press Conference

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Russian president To Give His Yearly Press Conference

"And Russian president Vladimir Putin cases annual press conference and that's happening later this morning while in the next hour rule save big Bucks ilia Arkhipov tells us what we should expect he'll take several dozens questions well almost two thousand Germanised will be present in a giant hole in one school business center that is likely to last for several hours topics usually include economy energy relations with the S. and other aspects of their Russian foreign policy in Moscow

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"school business" Discussed on GradBlogger

GradBlogger

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"school business" Discussed on GradBlogger

"That's what we're gonna do most three hundred sixty five times a day and actually recommend entered Elliot's well, but we'll we'll get into that in a second. So daily I sit down the first thing I do. Every day is go to my organizational emailed. I've set all those ideas to the day before. And I move every item to either reference project or today's task list. So it's like I should meet this person next time. Tronto it goes on a reference list, a digital reference list that says people to meet follow by Toronto, if it's a project. It's ready to a project if it's an idea that goes with that project in a file folder, I used to physical file folders when I do digital, and I move that to that project, and it's something I need today, like maybe take out the garbage or Email client, or whatever it is that goes on today's task list. So one tool. I really liked for the sorting as boomerang this, why g mail because there's lots of great tools like this, if the things not relevant right now, if it's relevant in two weeks, relevant in six months, all use boomerang, which allows, you just one click to say semi this Email again at this date and time. So if it's not important next Tuesday. Then I'll boomerang it till next Tuesday. Now when I do my whole daily sort on that next Tuesday. I'll see that in that list. That's a really good tip a tool to use there. The next thing is to now you have a list of tasks to do for that day. You want to review your open projects, again you should not have. Fifteen open projects projects are like, boxes, they need. It's so the two or three projects have open any given time, just review the task lists in those projects and add any that need to be done today to your day list. So I literally to do this on a large sticky note, one of the four inch by inch sticky notes. You have with the, the rule binds on it. I divide my tasks in four segments. It used to be personal school business organization. Now I don't have school anymore, so it's personal. Nice to have business and organization, those four categories any task goes in under one of those four it's funny that replace school. Nice to have now. I'm not sure exactly what I'm saying my PHD program, the nice to have is put the stuff that doesn't really matter if it gets done today, personals where I put my personal things like need a fold laundry or whatever business for business organization is like clean, my officer. I don't know some things that helped me in organizational side. So now I had this list of daily tasks it's divide into. Four and the other kind of sorts we have a weekly sorts. So weekly monthly we really go through all our fifteen projects again, and say, are the ones open the ones that need to be open right now are finished. Can we are of them can be close those forever? And then they go into kinda reference storage actually do this in my business. Any projects that we've done completed get what we call archived move to an archive folder. We put a date stamp on it. We moved to the giant archive project list. But the big thing is that weekly monthly you're looking at your projects and going, which ones are open right now. Do they need to be open, and which ones are closed? Then when you're doing your daily sorting you're never looking at clothes projects. So those are I two steps of getting things done using my system capture sort. Now it's time for do so step, number three taxi do the things that are on your list. This is where the rubber meets the road. And it's important at this stage to forget, everything that's not on your list. So if it's not on that daily list, doesn't get done. If pops into your head randomly during the day it gets externalised to your Email account. So you don't think about the only things you have to do that day or things that are on your list, and it really comes in and needs to get done. Can get added by really recommend trying to, to avoid that if you can. So the what I like to do for. This is a combination of systems I only do one task at time. So I have a task either Listrik day, maybe twenty things to do. It's broke into the four four segments. I do I put a red box. I don't know why it's a red box. But I think it's because I had a red pen, the first time I did this process now. Still use a red box, but a red box around the one thing that I'm doing right now. And I s to mate is important estimate. How long it's gonna take and I don't estimate in like it's gonna take forty five minutes, I use the Pomodoro process, which I'm sure a lot of you that follow up with personal productivity heard of where you work for twenty five minutes. He sat an alarm the alarm goes off. You take five minute break, you can do it sort about fifty minutes, and ten minute break, well, but actually liked the twenty five minutes. So I put a red box around the next thing I do in my list, or the next most important thing, I'm gonna do next and most important thing on my list to make sure I do the most important thing. I say how many Pomodoro says is gonna take me do. Actually even a better question. That is, what's the minimum number of Pomodoro? I could do this in a lot of the time. This might be one and important point of kind of squishing it into one, even if it's going to be tough is that you will sort of fill your time with these with tasks. So you think it might take two hours, you'll take at least two hours. Oh, I can get done in twenty minutes to four hundred twenty minutes you kinda magically get it done in twenty minutes. So the red box anything you wanna do estimates. Number Pomodoro should really just be one and then do it. If you do this for the first three hours of your day, you'll get the six most important things off your list done, and you could probably close up shop, and you'll probably be more productive at that point than most other people in the world. You know, eighty five ninety percent if on yourself starting to get tired like batch, small tasks. It's a small task for me or anything that takes two minutes or less to do in David, Allen's book, actually recommends small task never even let them into your system to do them right away. I don't do this because I find that sometimes I'd like six small tasks, and I lose twelve minutes, then I kind of get behind so I don't like doing that. I save them for when I'm feeling tired. So if I've done now three hours upon Medeiros with my five minute breaks, my minds FEMA bit numb, then I'll take what I use a hat Pomodoro. They fifteen minutes to as many two Tasso my list, I can take a fifteen minute kind of extended break before. I come back and start rocking the hard stuff again. So that's it. That is the capture short do that's the Chris Clooney method to how to get things done. I said that book was really important in my, my life, many years ago on a read it getting things done. I use it start organizing my thoughts thoughts, feeling more confident, just in my day today about how a handle reference information handle projects handle tasks that really started extend that to this whole new model capture sort, do everything. And it's just a matter of now. Everything that goes on my list, that's focused on one thing that time. So I wanna go through a couple struggles that I came up with the capture sort do that sort of some work arounds for. And I don't know if you have noticed, but I tend to fall a similar process most my podcast episodes, and this is a, a learning framework. I think there's called four Matt, like, the, the number four by Dr Bernice McCarthy. And it's followed the learning framework is why how what, what if so if you'll notice a lot of the podcast episodes, I do start with y. Then how to do something or sorry. Why? And then what to do sort of the general coverage than how specifically do it in that up. So this episode, it's the specific steps to capture sort do then what if? So I sorta perturb things a little bit. So where some struggles this is the what if is what are some struggles with capture sort do that. I've seen over last time doing it almost last five years. One is journaling so I- I- general quite a bit every morning and every evening, I found that actually like to take some time in the day to write haute my thoughts. It's another externalize -ation tool. So I'm thinking about something I can't go in the mail that I might write in my journal notes, and this was getting difficult within my capture short do framework, because there's no real space for. So they ended up doing is is this Christmas. I read the bullet journal method by writer Carol, and I started Boll journaling my my to do list. So I no longer use a sticky note or a thousand sticky notes. Like I was using a one point I use a bull journal. And I kind of break things down that way. Way, this gives me a really good place. The storm I weekly to do list or my weekly project summaries, not sore stuff and my monthly analysis as well. But also get to journal on the same page is the day it's going on. So my task list is one side of the page, and the my journey notes on the other side of the page, and most of this journaling reference material. And what do we know reference material most is not important will never get used by do end of the day review. And I'll move anything that's important to the projects, task, lists, or even just a list of self notes that I had, and we'll get into that in a second. The second struggle is around tracking telephone calls and meetings. Again, I didn't really have a good way to do this with my captures or do system. The bull journal, the Budo system, B J O health, quite a bit with this in the sense that I got everything in one book, but then it really started struggle, when I got to multiple books because there's like, oh, where was the notes from that one meeting? I've actually moved to using what I now call a life sheet. And I got this from James shrimp. Schram co or other at super fast business. And this is really a digital sheet, where you put everything in your life, just like it sounds shares on social media bid a couple of images for mind, but one of the tabs in my life sheet, which is a Google doc. Any cheat is a is a different part of my life. One of them is just meetings and phone calls. So every time I have a meeting phone call, I usually right in my bull journal, but then I'll go through at the end of the day and just do a summary and put those into my life sheet and really nice. And having in Google sheet is it's completely searchable. So I wanted to think about a conversation, I had with coaching student two years ago. The student's name into my sheet, and I can find the notes from that coaching call. So I really liked that digitize to July's that process. So some struggles Halbe capture sort, do the kind of paper base method, and we'll probably do another episode about what I'm calling the anatomy of a business, all the other things that we have going on our online business, and how organized that it's actually a pretty complicated. Topic deserves zone podcast episode. So stay tuned for that one as well. To us up. So you've been listening, just a solo up. So just me talk about my personal productivity system capture sort, do some of the big takeaways are the UNITA system in the first place. A need externalize need to get these crazy ideas out of your head because they'll, they'll sort of make your, your present every day, pretty stressful cake. 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"school business" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"school business" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The right side. The art of chasing what matters. So there's a there's a there's a lot of autobiography in here. This is talk about your journey, right? How did it start? Did you plan because I didn't to get into broadcasting heck now know what was it active? Now, I went to law school business degree then went to law school, and I love you wanted to be an actor. Right. Just like that's trashy. You're not going to be in that car. No trust me. I and I tell us the book about the first time that I came to New York, New York City, and we went and saw any on Broadway and I would not stop with a song because when I got home, I got a songbook and play the piano, growing up. So I would be at the piano does on all com. Do you know like a little Helen Reddy at eight years old? Pay loved it. I'm apparently like immediately clamped down on the show biz idea like not happening. No trashy people. So I was not doing it's interesting because there is that, you know, in the old days, it really was that it was it was, you know, you were a fallen woman if you want to say. Right. That's sort of how my parents viewed it. They also viewed broadcasting and journalism that way when I was in college. My dad said you're going to med school, or law school, so pick, one clearly not going to med school. If you know me at all, but I was like law school. There should be no math there. I'll be fine, and there's lots of arguing. So I thought it'd be good at that, too. Do love politics. So, yeah, I went into law practice for a few years, hated it. I'm just going to be honest. But it always was news junkie, and I started to think I wonder if it could really transition into a career in that, and I did an internship at twenty nine years old at the local station where I was practicing law in Tampa of his grandma intern. And I would go out with anyone who was nice enough to let me go without any nine everybody else's twenty. It was weird. They're like view. What your lawyer doing here at night, making coffee for people answering the phones? It was weird, but I loved it so much as soon as I was in the newsroom, I was like this is what I'm doing. So it was a really rocky path did end up where I did. But I never thought it'd be doing this. Yeah. So it was that was local news. So that was the what was it? Like like you read about, you know, was it was. Ron burgundy. I'm Ron burgundy. Yes, it was a little bit like that. I answer the phones I make coffee. I worked my first job overnight was to a two am to eleven am very glam. I had no friends at that point. Luckily, I was married. So my husband had to be friends with me, but I was so exhausted. All the time and had the dumbest our so I couldn't do anything ever, but I didn't care. I loved it so much every time somebody would quit. I would take their jobs so prompter oppor raider quit. That's an important job. Now, I'm running prompter. Non-producing on FOX nation. I do my own prompt or now with the foot pedal. Yeah. I feel like a rockstar foot pedals during the show. Eric ATar blogger doing that at the same time now. You, do you have any any, any talent to dish on the local news world, did you have to deal with, with, with, with divas and things say, one of the anchors and probably was justified in this. But with scream at me every commercial break because I didn't know what it was. There was no training, just like one more. Now, you're running the prompter, and I'm like, okay. Yeah. So every commercial break, I would get I know you're trying to sabotage me, I'm like, I promise. I'm not I've had no training. No no idea what I'm doing. I'm trying to follow you here. But, you know there were a lot of people who told me you don't belong in this. This is my first market was Tampa, which is like thirteen or twelve or something. Wait numbers rankings of the biggest markets like New York, summer wind, and you go all the way through down to, like two hundred and some place in thirteenth Big Ben. It's huge. And so people are like you do not belong here. In fact, I did get fired from that first job, which was humiliating, but really good for me in the long run getting fired was people always say that, but it doesn't feel that way. Then Where'd you go after Tampa Charlotte North? Carolina. Okay. That's it was so much fun. I did a lot of NASCAR stuff while I was there, which is awesome. Then I got a call at the end of that contract about coming to work for NBC the local embassy in Washington loved that I did a weekend show that was on around the same time as Tim russert. So I would sneak into the green room. I co anchor at night, and eat the good snacks. They had for the real super celebrity like Senate majority leader, whoever's coming in for their interview. And at one point, it got so bad that they put up a sign that said network only local weirdos were in there eating their snacks. I get you had a weekend show on the local shooting at same day shooting his press as. Yeah. Until we would see Tim russert, and we would fan girl over him, super excited. But we would also get in line for their breakfast, spread that they had for the network guests and act. Like we belong there until they put a sign out we continue to ignore the sign and just go get snacks anyway, and then they started locking the door. Oh my gosh. So they apparently thought we'd had enough sense. We used to do that with Red Eye because when we would tape Red Eye O'Reilly was often taping. So we sometimes go down to that dressing room and they'd be like, why are the red? I guess, cressner snag. I know got the good go down where the water and black hoffy is. You're not getting right warm water. There's cold water help yourself. So then you came to FOX, just when did you get her to Fox News? I got here in two thousand seven after meeting Brit Hume at a speech that he was giving and being sort of politely blown off by him. But eventually winning him over that's the way it works. You know, Greg talks about being blown off by Dana. He tried to get her on Red Eye as a guest and he. Is it? She denies it. She blew him up, and he said, she was looking over his shoulder, like when do, but then on the five and the rest is history, medical history. So the book is finding the bright side, the art of chasing what matters and Shannon bream. I know it's going to be a huge bestseller. There's a lot more in here. It's your journey. And then there's tips what are they gonna learn? They are people the thing is people want to read about you. So we got that down, graphic done the Shannon, fans are going to buy the book, but for people will they will they learn how to find the right side of that. They will because I talk about things like being fired as a terrible thing. Almost everybody's gonna go through it. At some point, it was completely demoralizing, it's not good for you financially. It was tough. But I talk about some real tough things like a health struggle that I had that left me and chronic pain for a couple of years and really at a very dark place. I mean contemplating suicide it was really very difficult. Yeah. And I don't think people think that when they see me or no mere see me on TV. It's also easy. They're like Shannon has it easy. She her life is great. She's always smiling. Right. Which is generally true. I do feel that way about life, but that was really dark period. And I thought it was important to be vulnerable and transparent and share that because everybody is going to go through a really rough patches. And I wanted to say listen, I've been there, I've really wanted to end everything. But there is a way to pull yourself back out there are lifelines, there are people for me. My faith is the number one thing, that's what got me through the worst moments. So I talk about that all throughout the book, but really reaching out to people when you're desperate, and you need help. Don't be afraid to do that. So I hope that people will be encouraged if they're in a tough spot that they will look to those things to help him out. I love it. Shannon bream finding the right side. The art of chasing. What matters? Thank you so much for stopping in. And I hope we'll see you soon. Can we together? Sometimes in definitely a little bit of a barbershop harmonizing. You know what speaking.

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"school business" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"Here's Tony Robbins on how he defines true wealth. I'm sure professionally it's difficult if ever someone falls up against like Tony Robbins, but I have one of my favorite people in mentors to do that. One of the highlights of two thousand eighteen for me was getting to interview professor at work school business also adviser and strategist for companies like Google in the NBA among a dozen other fortune fifty companies Adam grant adamant, I went deep on how to give feel fulfilled in doing. So but also protecting yourself along the way all allow him to take it from there. Maybe there's this misconception that it's all about hard work. It's all about passion, talent and luck. And and that can be kind of deciphered as serving the ego or taking versus this this idea around giving and you've identified two polar ends of the spectrum. There. Are those givers who who actually don't cheat the success because they're so selfless? And they don't share the deals it's this paradigm that we are always kind of positioned in emotionally and physically it's the differentiation that we try to study from psychology standpoint. So. Knowing that and I've felt this to towards the back half of my playing careers giving us far more fulfilling and you see success at through the light at the end of the tunnel. But what are against some tactics to avoid being the charitable giver that doesn't progress in career..

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Life begins to return to normal in parts of Mosul

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Life begins to return to normal in parts of Mosul

"Is beginning to return to normal on the east side of Mosul Iraq's second largest city. But it's a different story on the west side. Turn Clemens reports. Sections of west muzzle remain in ruin many Iraqis claim they will never return to their homes after suffering under ISIS teleconference in Baghdad. Army Colonel Jonathan Byron spoke about the progress and eastbound Zoll in Mozell worthy. Bertel rule of ISIS denied many of the basic right of an education. Now, thousands of students are returning to recently opened schools. Businesses are reopening where rubble wants to stood and over four million displaced Iraqis returned to their homes of origin. I'm John Clemens

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"school business" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Business accurate. Most veterans is very well by nature. What we do. It's very differently. Don't do don't do accounting to step in as the oldest guy in the NBA almost the budget twenty seven years. It was a humbling experience, but I was shocked. Thirty gallon a good marketing operations returning myself. And during that time in the NBA program. Dos. Be UT chancer gentleman in Admiral William mcraven, as well as Major General Tony Cucolo was the vice chancellor, and we we're not pleased with the stated bashing transition. Within the mccombs school business. We did a major research project identifying the systemic challenge challenges the veterans from that business solutions and bedded was born. And of course, that it is one of the organizations that Mike is involved with Mike if you could make any recommendation to someone who's either going through the process of getting out of the military right now or may have just gotten out in his struggling with it. What advice would you give to people to help them kind of overcome those obstacles and adapt to what's in front of them and the difficulties they're facing. So I thought I'd say just remind right in what they call it. The transition mindset, it's not going to be using. It wasn't easy to become a steel mill. And it took me one year a painted work to get through an internet title. Same thing with the job in the private sector. So one get your mind, right? Default aggressive get out. They're going to say, no to you. But every no get you one step closer to a. Yes. The second thing. I would say is knows I self take. Personal inventory of who you are what your strengths are what your weaknesses are. I don't care if you're a Colonel an army or a private in the Marine Corps. You need to understand. What your strengths are played on know your weaknesses augment him play to your strengths. And then put the time in research into what you wanna do. Industries into companies prepare for that industry. When I stepped in my MBA program. I thought I wanted to go into investment banking. I was sorely wrong. And I realized that entrepreneurship was my next step. And I switched my track with an MBA program. I'm love and entrepreneurship is it a hard by..

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Stocks end mostly lower, tech shares drag Nasdaq down 0.9%

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Stocks end mostly lower, tech shares drag Nasdaq down 0.9%

"Thickness after the close of US trade, and we're going to pick up the conversation in just a few minutes again with Scott Galloway from NYU stern school business. Talking tech talking his book. We'll wait a minute. He said the worst brand which he talked about of the year. And he's gonna give us the best. Best friend decision. Best brand moment. The single moment happened this week, we witnessed it. But we don't know what it is yet before we get to that. Let's get to Charlie Pellett. And I thank you very much. Here's what's going on game. Stop posting disappointing. Second quarter earnings putting pressure on the beleaguered video game retailers management has it weighs a possible sale. Shares of game stop now. Lower by four point

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"school business" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Does from a fringe and well you fit our narrative right like here's let's go let's go bash and push people more towards disagreeing with one another i really think it is motivating when human being tells an overcoming story even if i don't might not agree with everything who they are and what they represent i now can see what they had and i can i can what they had to overcome and i could see real traits that i can now suck into and go i'm going to latch onto this and it's going to change the way i think or at least give me push me towards opening my mind a little bit more and maybe i'm being way of the'real here but i think that's our job is putting forth consistent stories about people who've done it non traditionally that don't get the credit that they deserve for what they breakthrough and do and that's something that's the one place where i'll get a little up on my soapbox about and i don't see a lot of people caring to that degree about really shining a light this isn't an agenda thing it's shining light on people that deserve stories you told so final question is if you were not running complex i know china imagine what would be a media company that you would want to run because you i'm gonna answer it i'm going to answer it first and then you could follow up i'm gonna i'm gonna i'm going to say that so many are and i'm not where we have our own problems as well but so many are so challenged that if i had to do something right now i would actually want to start something completely new that had a ground zero up build of a business model because i think you can actually take advantage of what's going on out here and build it improperly without any baggage or legacy issues or other things what area would that be i'm finding that's a that's good a good you're leaving nick now it's rap and now that you've everybody got that it's over no i look i would go after and it's just something that's near and dear to my heart i love what we were doing with blueprint i think new school business cultural business is completely ignored sector i think it is white space beyond belief and i think there's a huge wanted nece within the marketplace for those stories if i see you go to like msnbc or fox and if i see another thing on mark cuban ilan mosque or jeff bezos and i love all those guys and they're amazing how many times do you need to tell the same story i want to tell a story and honestly i how many kids out there see those stories and go look i didn't know the people they knew i didn't go to the schools they went to i didn't have the connections they had i didn't have the access to capital i think there's a massive swell and a movement that you can solve for in the cultural entrepreneur side of things that would be where i would focus and on blueprint i mean blueprint a law in alone it's an amazing look it's very motivating it's something that you know it was not a moneymaker for is but i i am not going to go do it you end up getting into like the hash tag hustle culture of like you know we i think that gets that gets blown but that gets lowest common denominator like i love gary gary gary's great by the way like bainer chocolate guys don't know but it's like that's not that's not where i'm trying to go like it's not the self help thing side of of cultural entrepreneurial it's it's telling motivational stories and there's no lack of them i mean you can't walk around here or have a glass of rosaiah or an appar all with anybody who's like shit you did what you built what you did want and nobody knows about those right like it's only the top tier of the ridiculous stories that you hear and i think there's a massive play out there for that like that that's what that's what i would wanna do okay thank you very much rich awesome okay cokie thank you very much for coming thank you sir thank you

"school business" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"Think there's just a ton of value you may have been too young to to understand like hey i'm knock on the door that had a sports of cnn so that's probably how you're framing it but but i remember this is a story that's come on the show with with bill check just reaching out to bill parcells for first gig tim ferriss who guests lectures at stanford school business always challenges and he will give as a reward to the winning student a round trip flight to anywhere in the world if they can get in touch with one of the world leaders or most famous people and we're only usually less brock obama mark zuckerberg retail scenes sheryl sandberg and these kids in this class go how am i supposed to get out get in touch with these people as well there ways to do it their methodologies but requires guts do you think what you did then is more difficult to do now in other words are there more layers between get in touch with dan patrick if you're the next aspiring sportscaster no because you can tweet you can email and you can call in the show so my veil ability is different than than most people in this business that or you can people send letters to the show how do you stand out amidst all the noise if if you're gonna give advice to someone well that's why started this school to sportscasting because i i was giving advice but it felt like it was i could have been giving it to more people and that's what i wanted to do but this has been in the works for seven years at least because i just i was amazed at the number of kids who would go to college out of college and go where's my job or how do i get in the business and you're so far behind everybody and i remember meeting with a kid because his parents were friends of a friend and they said would you meet with me discriminated from lsu and this isn't a nakal nellie shoe as much as it is you know when you go for communications you better have internships you better be on the radio you better be a new school newspaper doing demo tapes by i don't play by play for the you know college baseball team like there's so much you have to do just to get to the.

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Arizona, Alphonso Salazar and Tempe discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Arizona, Alphonso Salazar and Tempe discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"The changing face of the arizona teacher we take a closer look at the take home pay for teachers after all deductions deductions teachers seeing their paychecks include medicare and social security state and federal income tax chuck essex with the arizona association of school business officials says deductions for teachers are similar for employees and other industries the biggest differences teachers in school districts in arizona and in some charter schools are part of the state retirement system so roughly eleven percent of teachers paycheck goes toward retirement their health insurance costs are also not that different in the last few years the cost of those health insurance broker grams in a lot of school districts have increased but so have they increased in the private sector green south tino ktar news a third day of searching are prescott led to the discovery of a missing tucson man with autism rescuers found twentyfouryearold alphonso salazar around noon today near the camp where he wandered away from on sunday afternoon he is in good condition downtown tempe is getting high marks from retirees according to a national magazine where to retire.

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"school business" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"school business" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Let me scream money tells us shit knicks talking to folks like school bus commit bids let me school beasley screen don't let's move look commit beasley commit bazeley school yet money tells us shit chetniks nick saban tonkin again fultz big as school bus can be basically school year school yet the latest move commit business school business school year money buzzer we told you dig zion even average toadies i've played cabbage or kenny stuffed off louis baggage baby girl more fuck savage thanks girl delete speak spanish nickerson a lower light guide dammit frog hall rockstar fast 'cause these phase bras i'm addicted being bad broads pollen do what i want to choose chases money nissan shoes i gotta fuck it y'all surprised like this and they knew bobby better for new do i'm old fashioned only field i'm all truly has no life hummel high bleed it i can't fly so much cheese olack has these physical trying to live life why try before fake into guy money moves us should talking to folks biggest looks like a school bus can bits let me school you can be a business school yeah don't it will look full your committee business bids let me school ya money talks with moves us shit talkin give tune folks big as wolves like school bus can be a base liberal school year commit bitch limit school ya don't let this move look fool ya commit base school year commit business.

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"school business" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"school business" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"People understand what separation of church and state really is we're kind cannot establish a church in congress could not stop the free exercise of religion it's all about not about the the church right ridiculous people and my goodness god they wanna call that a religion well god is at ut universal english name for every god and there's no my colleague that boy you're you're eliminating you're not you're not able to tolerate other people don't everything here so i want to play something for you this is all this is august berkshire who is a guess about the leader in minnesota atheists listen to this it's not the state's business and it's the school's business to be taking sides in this very personal decision he says by posting in god we trust in public buildings you're intruding in that in that private decision of whether to be a believer or not you would say what well there seems to be a religious passed out there now if you mentioned god that doesn't make any difference which god but even got it now you're a religious and then that takes away your thirties they have a kind of history or free speech what happened to our religious freedom the acs and those on the progressive left have a religious deathknell that religious is am i offended i'm offended or somebody might be offended we're gonna play the religious test card you'll spend card and i think that's wrong that's not what our founding fathers wanted in this country they wanted the freedom of religion one of your colleagues some senator melissa freezing is quoted as saying i don't want my children being indoctrinated in anybody else's religion i want to have the ability to do that myself in the privacy of my home and she thinks this amendment that you've passed is inappropriate shortsighted and open to litigation your reaction and if it wasn't doctored nature that's exactly what we don't want in the school but this has been hispanic tastic historical it's been tested in the court senator hole thank you for being here and we will continue to follow this story raymond arroyo sitting in for laura ingraham we back in a moment with much more keep it right here.

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"school business" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

Absolute Advantage

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Absolute Advantage

"So again as a writer speaker adventure entrepreneur an educator who refuses to let others tell him what he could and could not do he continually works towards his goals even when others said they were unreasonable air travels and intersections with people from the around the world weren't just a fund robert romp around the planet but they were deep study of people love struggle and ways of current of thinking that can be used to tackle problems in school business in life his most current ambitions are sharing the lessons he's learned through his business and climbing mountains which he says makes every day challenges seen a lot easier so as you can see everyone he's got a ton of experienced a fullfront pull from i am so excited to hear his insights eric welcome thank you so much for being on the show kelly for having me i've heard other guests on your show before and i've learned a lot from them and i'm really happy to be your myself awesome bowl thank you so much and i'm i'm fascinated by your story and so and purposely i just gave those highlights but can you share a little bit of on background in kind of you mention ordinary to extrordinary so would you give us some more insight in perspective on that yolk all kind of start there and i was i was born into a middleclass family in average family up in tacoma washington it was actually parkland which was a small suburb of tacoma and everything was pretty much average ahead of a good life but also awkward a study in didn't do very well in spelling and didn't do great math but i had big dreams and and i always wanted to work towards them even like you said when a lot of people said that it was impossible so uh i kind of got the idea from ilan musk's statement that says i believe it is possible for ordinary people to choose to be extraordinary and that's kind worry i i drew it from and i i kind of lived through that average life growing up had some big goals i'm going to africa for example.

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"school business" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"school business" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Knew that i was going to talk to you by the group of eightyearolds in the st louis area in belleville illinois eightyearold kids plane pewee football and the at the coach's urging they all took a knee during the starspangled banner during the national anthem bunch eight year old kids he's a third grabs bill now what now which i saw i could think of is what are these eightyearold kids going to grow to when they become young adults and when they mature they're going to remember that disrespecting the country in the national anthem because i guess an activist coach thinks that all of these kids and on all the parents approved of the death i was the great i thought it was the greatest corner the news reports out of st louis greatest thing going bunch of eightyearolds on their knee during the starspangled banner a protest over st louis well we've already seen of who wish of that with his you'd know hillock controversy on espn there's a young black woman professional all right who worked away up and yachts in the responsibility and then says um you know that president trump and all the people that work around him a white supremacist said she believes that she believes it in our heart rank well how when you come to that conclusion if i were talking right now to jemil hill you think he knows anything about white supremacy the shoot you know i mean it's kids force they tell her that this is what our culture is he's the end game that all your listeners should not follow the statute business at school business if pc business and indoctrination is leading to say hall for a complete revision of the constitution of the united states right you see it we weren't talking about white supremacy a year ago this us happened after the stunning election and now the far left the pc forces are basically saying our constitution was founded by white premise we we do the whole thing right the game now i shuddered i shed from day one there's no you've got to take down the washington monument you've got a that you you better dismantle the jefferson memorial you'd better rename new new york mayor de blasio i say blown socialist yep a guy honeymoon in cuba in cuba violating the embargo reggae he's now one uh a pole down columbus the statue and grants to and on and on and.

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"school business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A backup choosing cases does that work up outlook desktop sauber what could that plus so you went business school business school two pick she has no connection of my dad or anything like that but i knew g e was a good place to learn and train and i said hey i'm going to go there and stay five years rate and see what happens so i joined the plastics business when i join g e in that kind of just i was in the field sales and marketing and things like that and that was really how microbes started i always tell people like you like they say he put up with stress i saw you know my first job was like selling plastics in places like the choi and i would sit in the shown needs restaurant at breakfast having dry heaves you know getting ready to sell a price increase walking across the street so go god i hope it'll died today on those experiences great curse report all right well worked out and you went to a series of i did a classic g appliances a g plastics fee healthcare coming up on bloomberg best we're going to continue this conversation between former g e ceo jeff emerald and david rubinstein with a conversation about how to be a good reader in times of crisis this is bloomberg this is a bloomberg quick take the context in background on issues of interest our focuses on technologies new monopolies with bloomberg stay that mclaughlin situation or looking at the biggest technology company in the folk on amazon apple microsoft ended up all valuable company in the us among the most valuable in the world and the concern about their size of that in many individual markets in which they operate they have very large market shares background so in europe they've taken a much tougher stance against these companies the european commission is very worried about who will and how excuse sits result and in germany uh their concerns about facebook control over data the argument should regulators say a little more attention to the way they're operating and look deeper into whether their dominance may be hurting competition in certain market four more on technology monopolies four other quick go the bloombergviewcom sequels customers gucci and i quick i'm charlie pellett bloomberg radio.

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"school business" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Rocket

"With your working with people in academia uber genetic adamia like you know like christina backed me up a little sluggish theory if your check people you drop the occasional half of young wedding chairs right uh but i don't feel like that's the case bracketing emma right am i will it kind of depends on on the department weirdly enough some departments are way morris wearing friendly also um faculty are more likely to be okay with it lake especially in the humanities humanities faculty can probably do whatever you want but like when it comes to staff or like a business school business schools and i know this because i worked at one for four five between four and five years they're the day take themselves very seriously right okay so you would advise care said the word tomorrow world will dream up reappeared inter who if they're like mostly from the humanities than properly of business schools were adults a jailed for our juba aghbash does not noticed of snowden is unfortunately not your of this week are recorded a day early so hello walk the rocket i were out a will arm a democrat canada congress and a software engineer a join today by christine award who is a senior konta manager at microsoft i get that right christina dead you dead wow all it's like simone saying it every week just urging them to my mind and we're also joined here this week by jessica dennis at just got wish official yet governor xiao when you're not guest hosting for rocket like secca what's what is up.

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"school business" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"school business" Discussed on Bobbycast

"There is a more train of thought way of riding now but with that said out i eat like you know you take your sats and they can separate different parts the magic very another good enough in math to be in the school business that houtte which is harder to get into once you've been there are a couple years so they suggested since scores were hanif go ahead and start in school business i was and accounting major but i mean my first year i didn't really get that deep into it you super good ceuta awa's yet high school like europe a competitive person i think it had to do with more wanting to for people to light me wanting to be the best that stuff were you super gifted or snow artwork earth hard worker relic so cossiga how know 'cause i imagine you can sing while you're doing than money you're an artist yeah so are you singing in texas yeah i was a at about twelve us started i got on stage the first time in just saying it like a local contest at the mall what that turned into was sort of a weekend gig of of them going around two in texas in oklahoma an arkansas their sort of an opera circuit i don't even really know if this is still southern a goes on but when i was a kid the replaces you could go and play with the ban there his operatives and reviews there's this one in a great contacts is where whose lightly and womack steve holy myself lien rhymes grew up on that shows a johnny high country music review a lot of a lot of a nashville talent has come from there so that's what i would do on the weekends.

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