18 Burst results for "Sharon Lee"
"sharon lee" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Welcome back Tom Harmon here with you. I I've been this is this is such a large topic. I think that Sharon Lee wrote a piece for a shelter force dot org about what Seattle is up to and what they're doing, how they're building tiny houses for homeless people. And as of this moment, they are, they are housing. You know, close to 1000 people in these 879. This is Oh, that was just during 2018. They? The villages served 879 homeless men, women and Children. Of the 491, who exited the village is a total of 166 or 34% were successful and training prominent housing if you include the people moved into transitional housing that takes it up to 42%. This is this is great stuff in Seattle is doing has, you know apparently as a great start on this, and I want to get more detail on that as time goes on, Loretta, Speaking of Seattle in Seattle. Hey, Loretta, what's on your mind today? Yeah, I just wanted to, um, but speak to the your comment about the food, deserts and and a contribution to the different diseases and malnutrition. Yeah. Yeah, and the reality That we're dealing with the fact that the unhealthy benefit the wealthy and as long as we have the health care system that we have, there is no incentive for the people benefiting off of the unhealthy to change that. Yeah. My old friend Don Hoi, who ran the Creative Health Institute before he died. Uh, there have been a long story, but anyhow, he he used to say every cancer diagnosis is a half is a quarter million dollars for the health care industry. Mhm. So why? Why would they be working to stop cancer? I mean, it was just totally cynical statement. But it's also in the perhaps the human view it it's not, you know, 100%, right. But in the in the macro in those, uh then economics they refer to as perverse incentives. You know, we you know, we have a system that incentivizes sickness rather than incentivizes wellness, and one of the reasons why countries in Europe And and in South Asia, you know in Asia, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, one of the reasons why they have large public health programs to discourage smoking, encourage good eating. Encourage have good access to a wide variety of fresh foods. Encourage exercise is because it reduces their health care costs, which for them is good, whereas if you try to do that, with the old hospital chain that were that Senator Rick Scott used to own Or the other hospital chain that's seen of former Senator Bill Frist. You stone, Um you know, it hurts their bottom line if you make people healthier, so, Yeah, I think I think you nailed it. You absolutely nailed it. Thank you very much for the call. Lauren and Mesa, Arizona. Hey, Lauren. What's up? Yeah, well, but the homeless problem It's really just It's horrible here. And, um I can't even go to the grocery store these days without somebody approaching me in the parking lot asking for help, because they don't have laid pay for the electricity here for food. Yeah. So you know, we've got some programs that are into trying to help, you know, um, using empty hotels and things like that, But it's just a drop in the bucket that the other day I was driving around in Scottsdale and I saw a sign that was up by the freeway, and it was encouraging people not to give anything to panhandlers. Mhm. An official son. Yeah. And officials signed from the city of Scottsdale. Yeah. Yeah, it's it's the idea that by giving money to pay a handles, you're encouraging them to continue panhandling. But again, they're dealing with a symptom rather than the problem, Right. You know what is? It creates panhandlers, You know, deep poverty, work artwork creates deep poverty. You know, it's a tearing of the social fabric. We just have to recognize this. We are looking at the fabric of this country over a 40 year period of Reaganism being just literally ripped apart. Well, not literally, but metaphorically ripped apart and and and and we have to address this. We have to address this in a multidisciplinary way, and we have to do a good job of doing it. Frankly, and we're not doing any of that, Um Loretta people who were homeless that they're the victims of crimes more often than not, you know, we talk about crime and homelessness. There was a woman I was in the emergency room. Not too long ago. The woman next to me. She was crying her eyes out because she didn't have a home to return to. Someone had attempted to rape her right before she got to the hospital. And they just threw her out. Wow. Well, this should not be in the United States. You know, the richest nation in the world. We should not have these kinds of stories being told Lauren. Thank you. Thank you for your contribution to the conversation. It was brilliant Bill in Sun City, Arizona. Hey, Bill. What's up? Hi, Tom. Um, the problem isn't that we ignore the problems. The problem is.
"sharon lee" Discussed on Rear Vision
"Now much more. Saad has obtained new documents that reveal the extent to which australia's gap surveillance base plays a crucial role in us military action including in countries. With which australia is not at war. Pine gap is a joint us. Australian facility run primarily by america's national security agency with a staff of eight hundred half of whom are australian top secret documents obtained by the abc's background briefing program now provides the first clear proof that this surveillance sought is crucial to us military operations in the battlefield from a background briefing in 2017. Pine gap has always been controversial. Its activities the subject of exposes the site itself the subject of protests. Like this one in one thousand nine hundred eighty three the foster lead on this morning eastern summertime about five hundred women under the banner women for survival much to the gates of pine gap the american military communications based outside out of springs. They aimed toward tension to the role of pine gap rollei. Believe makes australia nuclear target reported. Minute of campbell explains watch will happen when the women get their gate cell. Set up camp. The two weeks in the style of women's pace camps in europe and the united kingdom but they will be local variations. Depan gab cam is tree. Patch of desert about ten meters across bounded by the basis access road and the three strand barbed wire fence of an adjoining pastoral lease daytime. Temperatures could reach the forties and the whole area will be flooded not the intervention of the us on the side of the allies in world. War two was undoubtedly decisive and very much in australia's interests but the military alliances since involved australia in controversial wars in vietnam afghanistan and iraq as with all such alliances there are risks and benefits because we are a small country in the us. We do benefit from the experience knowledge. Of what the. Us can bring call the machine and in terms of the experience that we we do. Get it for the jeep and most facilities. That are based in australia. That support the alliance. Actually very small cost in comparison to having sports nine as a completely self reliance defense capabilities that we didn't rely on the door to provide defensive australia. That would be actually a lot more extensive than hoisting. They start facilities during military exercises with. Us of course they outrageous that a lot of debate particularly about how independent australian foreign defense could be and this is one of those debates that he wyatt in his work often raises in terms of we actually thinking critically about what it means to have a truly independent australian foreign in the independent defence force which attend or acknowledges the useful intelligence that australia undoubtedly gets from pine gap but says it also exposes a vulnerability in the case of conflict with china. Over taiwan. there are two really huge issues. Restraining government to consider the the first is with a conflict over. Taiwan can be limited to a conflict over taiwan or whether it will then develop into a major war between the united states and china beyond taiwan and the military that can be pretty clear if he follows it and scenarios there. So that's the first place to the second problem is that it's a war between nuclear arms. And that's extremely important for steiner particularly because of pine gap. I have no doubt that. Now with the united states concentrating its military thinking very hard on the question of war woods. China especially over taiwan pined gaps signals. Intelligence pass these rates tasking sugars which meets daily and weekly and monthly. And so i wanted to coordinate what the satellites will look at what they focus on. That will be highly focused and probably has made for a year or so on the chinese military to pass these on its 'electronic older battle which is basically where the communications facilities for the commands nationally and regionally wear a right officer. He's what are their communications for military operations and in particular what evidence kennel straighten by segel's intelligence through pine gap. Tell us about wear them. Mobile nuclear missile. Starting points are likely to be these. The icbm's which of mobile by road but by hide away tunnels minds but united states has worked extremely high of the last three decades to find ways in which they can begin to track where those mobile missiles likely to pop up. Now that means that. The americans pine gap gaffer's even more important it names for the chinese if indeed a goes beyond the taiwan middle to a general war and then with the possibility of nuclear war then queen gap becomes a very serious chinese nuclear times. Richard tanta is senior research. Associate of the nautilus institute a public policy think tank and honorary professor in the school of political and social sciences at the university of melbourne. The guest was sebastian schmidt assistant professor in the department of political science at johns hopkins university. After sharon lee from the department of security studies criminology at macquarie university. Michael flynn associate professor in the department of political science at kansas state university and david vine professor political anthropology at american university in washington. Dc isabella trump. Yano is a sound engineer for this revision. Five cherry of said you've been listening to an abc. Podcast discover more great abc. Podcasts live radio and exclusives on the abc listen up..
"sharon lee" Discussed on Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival 2019
"Felt like kind of someone i knew. She was the first celebrity. You know that that. I felt that emotional bond to because how much would read her work and how much i'd been affected by. Yeah so yeah for me. It's not like i don't want to write. I just wish. I could meet them and talk to them. Have a cup of tea. He like wonderful russia's you'd bring dinner party with my dinner patty. oh my gosh. So sharon lee and steve miller. They're writing team. They right space opera. I love the books because they have this crazy family. If follow the adventures and just love them. I would also invite nora roberts because she is just incredible and if you've ever heard her speak she's got like no filter she's amazing. I love listening to his speech. She'll just give it two straight just think she would be just best guest to have at the dinner. Who else would i. I'm going to forget someone. But anyway i'll just keep going. I think bringing someone from a historical. Yep like Maybe not jane eyre maybe a troublemaker. Like one of the broncos fair would be. Can you imagine having them at your dinner party. There would be interesting and Who else there was a nonfiction book. I read and it was about a nearest scientists who discovered that he has the brain. Scans over sky. Psychopath oh jerry. I didn't bite him because he. That book is testing. I think it's called the psychopath within If you wanna look it up. And it's a great story. Because he literally was doing a genealogy type scan thing and also study on psychopaths in prison and and at one point. He thought his research. Assistant miss misstep the the scans because there was his skin in among the saka pets like look like the second pets and so you in all fairness assistant but system headed made a mistake. He just had the brain scan of a psychopath. And so it's fascinating when you read it because you're just like well. Because then he started realizing he does have those traits so yeah he would be a great guest. Don't you think play and sitting next to robertson. Charlene's do miller and Yeah in the bronx. It would be drama failed. I'm not a drama. Into i would be in the corner going taking. Yes publish my bestseller based on this dramatic party but yeah what was the question i was gonna ask. Do you have any other creative interests of pursuits to you. Play any instruments or do you paint or anything like that. I used to paint then. I started painting nails. I did that for creative syria. It's like tiny tiny pieces of at the pierre and then last year i got into making little miniatures. Wow so what. I mean by. That is if you know. It's like basically the world miniature. So i built a tiny bookshop and it's got hundreds of tiny books and i made some of the my books because of course i did..
"sharon lee" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"What's trending from the 77? W A. B c early news desk. I'm temperamental in time. For the second time in a week. Officials blaming a paperwork error for the mistaken release of a prisoner from the Rikers Island Jail. Attempted murder suspect in Akeem Meekins was released Monday due to what is being called a clerical error. Back on March 8th murder suspect Christopher Bugs mistakenly released doing a similar error warrants issued for both both at large. Visual in the rain in Flushing, Queens last evening in those that were there were calling for an end to attacks on Asian Americans. Leading the rally. Former Queens acting borough President Sharon Lee last night. Not your target, not your way. Tell way. Imagine our music and the visual following the killing of eight in Georgia and attacks here in New York City against Asian Americans. The NYPD says five packages containing a white powdery substance were sent to five New York City schools that between March 10th and the 18th of powder don't not dangerous. Officials think the motive was disruption and alarm. Anybody with information about those incidents is asked to contact the New York City terrorism Hotline. 888 N Y C safe Well go go plans to invest some $215 million in its New York City Hudson Square headquarters. Google, also announcing an additional 3000 jobs being created Mayor de Blasio yesterday with the announcement. 3000 more jobs coming and I expect that number is going to grow even further. So thank you to everyone a Google for continuing to believe in New York City, and we're seeing this across the whole technology community. And New York City. Mayor De Blasio's receiving is a covert 19 vaccination during his streamline a daily briefing yesterday. Okay, there it is. Official. Joining the three million now, and the mayor says he wants people to know he feels that the J and J vaccine is safe from the 77 W A. B C early news desk. I'm Deborah Valentine, the.
"sharon lee" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And her magic fortune sticks to concentrate on your personal or professional life today? No, I'm moving after 11 years. Okay, Well, then worked you. You've come to the right place. Hopefully Alexis can help. Here we go Share Lee. That sound that you hear in the background is the sound of Alexis shaking her box. And soon soon ah stick shall rise from that's right. That's right. Sharing. That's right. Sharing Lee soon a stick is gonna rise from that box. And that is your stick. And it comes complete with a lucky number. Take it away, Alexis. Surely I'm shaking my box real good for you right now. So here we go. She usually only does that for select audiences. So see what pops out. Sharon leave. 09 is your stick sheerly night? Oh, yeah. That's there's no Bea Arthur joke. We can apply to this. Go ahead. Oh, you're moving after 11 years. Okay. Oh, I love this. All right, says yield not to greed and hate. Cast them aside. Let conscious be you're on Lee guide. Your heart will be open, pure, sublime and bright. Just like the full moon that shines high in the sky. Oh, here's some more about meaning. Here's some more about the meaning. It's about a full moon lighting up the sky everywhere is little with brightness of hope. Being upright, unbiased, impartial as you can and uphold the principles of reason, Justice and mercy. Darkness and light can always be distinguished. It will be a good year for you and your family. Yes, listen, train can be transacted and profits gains. Looks like that Your domestic animals will not be injured, which is great focus on silk making, Okay, and I'm gonna set on a journey. What's up? That's all the time because they have a dog grooming. This is why I'm moving to the new location. Oh, wow. Okay, well, there you go. It says you're set forth on a journey and it will be nothing but success bright and light. Well, that's great, apparently you you what started out to be extremely scary. This is turning out to be a gift. Usually how all of Alexis's stories turn out by the way, sharing later, essentially, Yeah, it's just just just just to be factual. That's how That's how it usually works with her. Well, Sharon Lee, since you're moving, Kenny and I normally would charge you, but we know moving. Moving is expensive. So we're gonna We're gonna transfer your payments to the next person. So, yes. Okay. Thank you. Certainly is the that's that's right. That's what Kenny's right. It's the opposite of paying it forward. We're gonna charge it forward. That's right. Mystic Dawn McClane. Would you please identify our next stick person? Our next stick person is Heidi and she's very sweet. She's on the phone with us right now. Hi, Hari. They apparently for your great great reading that I suspect. Everything back play. Well, Heidi, you don't know its way checks either. So no, Heidi. No. Wait a minute to try to get through that stupid line. Amount already. Get the crapper. What guy? Oh, thank you. I'm in love with this guy. Anyway, Kenny, we may not be able to charge her because I'm in love. I don't think. Oh, well, we'll see here the rest of the segment and tell you guys that was ready to shake my sick Joe. My dick. Whatever. I finally got my shit pick getting jammed up my wheel and by here with paper sharing, Okay, put her on hold and give her my cellphone number. Yeah, Kenny on Don't E. Be careful, Heidi. Heidi, This is losing heat right now. This is Kenny mating season. Careful, Heidi. Damn! Yeah. Okay. All right. I got you. Come on. What's your stake? Can't see this host of the show will be 69. We've got something good can happen, Tonto. Oh, relax. You better You better take 69 hour. Oh, man. Let's see. Oh, you're here because I have a feeling Heidi. Lex will beat your.
"sharon lee" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That or suffer? That's right. Sharon Sharon Lee, Let me just acknowledge the obvious. You are the first sharing Li in 12 years of this broadcast. I have only met three other share inlays might be like Well, you're the best. Don't let anyone tell you different. Both Sharon Lee sharing Li, Would you like Alexis and her magic fortune sticks to concentrate on your personal or professional life today? No, I'm moving after 11 years. Okay, Well, then worked you. You've come to the right place. Hopefully Alexis can help. Here we go Share Lee. That sound that you hear in the background is the sound of Alexis shaking her box. And soon soon a stick shall rise for me. That's right. That's right. Sharing. That's right. Sharing Lee soon a stick is going to rise from that box. And that is your stick. And it comes complete with a lucky number. Take it away, Alexis. Surely I'm shaking my box real good for you right now. So here we go. She usually only does that for select audiences. So see what pops out. Sharon leave 09. Is your stick? Surely? No. Yeah, No, that's there's no Bea Arthur joke. We can apply to this. Go ahead. Stop. All your moving after 11 years, Okay? Oh, I love this. All right, says yield not to greed and hate. Cast them aside. Let contest be you're on Lee guide. Your heart will be open, pure, sublime and bright. Just like the full moon that shines high in the sky. Oh, here's some more about meeting here some more about the meaning. It's about a full moon lighting up the sky everywhere is little with brightness of hope. Being upright, unbiased, impartial as you can. And uphold the principles of reason, Justice and mercy. Darkness and light can always be distinguished. It will be a good year for you and your family. Yes, listen, trade can be transacted and profits gained. Looks like that Your domestic animals will not be injured, which is great focus on silk making, Okay, and I'm gonna set on a journey. What's up? That's all time that they have a dog grooming business. I'm moving to the new location. Oh,.
"sharon lee" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Suffer, That's right. Sharon Sharon Lee, Let me just acknowledge the obvious. You are the first sharing Li in 12 years of this broadcast. I have only met three other share inlays in my life. Well, you're the best. Don't let anyone tell you different. Both Sharon Lee sharing Li, Would you like Alexis and her magic fortune sticks to concentrate on your personal or professional life today? No, I'm moving after 11 years. Okay, well, then work to you. You've come to the right place. Hopefully Alexis can help. Here we go Share Lee. That sound that you hear in the background is the sound of Alexis shaking her box. And soon soon a stick shall rise for. That's right. That's right. Sharing. That's right. Sharing Lee soon a stick is gonna rise from that box. And that is your stick. And it comes complete with a lucky number. Take it away, Alexis. Surely I'm shaking my box real good for you right now. So here we go. She usually only does that for select audiences. So see what pops out. Sharon leave 09 is your stick Sheerly 90. Yeah, I know it's there's no Bea Arthur joke. We can apply to this. Go ahead. Oh, you're moving after 11 years. Okay. Oh, I love this. All right, says yield not to greed and hate cast them aside. Let conscious be you're on Lee guide Your heart will be open, pure, sublime and bright, Just like the full moon that shines high in the sky. Oh, here's some more about meaning. Here's some more about the meaning. It's about a full moon lighting up the sky everywhere is little with brightness of hope. Being upright, unbiased, impartial as you can and uphold the principles of reason, Justice and mercy. Darkness and light can always be distinguished. It will be a good year for you and your family. Yes, and train can be transacted and Profits gains. Looks like that Your domestic animals will not be injured, which is great. Focus on silk making. Okay, I'm gonna set on a journey. What's up? That's all time that they have a dog grooming. This is where I'm moving to the new location. Oh,.
"sharon lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Declaration for Iowa who had an incredible wind storm like probably, they've never seen before, really did a lot of damage. I've informed the governor I've informed Senator Grassley and Senator Joni, In addition is some reported fatalities homes. Businesses in Iowa's agricultural sector in general have been severely affected. The governor of Iowa had requested roughly $4 billion in emergency assistance. The Dow Jones industrial Average is down this hour, 52 points. It's the 27,878 NASDAQ's up nearly 1%. This is NPR news. And I'm Jamie Floyd for double U. N. Y. C in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in New York, says Jim's will be able to start re opening next week throughout the Empire State with restrictions and the timing will be up to local officials. The local elected will make the decision in the jurisdiction. On the local health departments must inspect before within two weeks to make sure or the guidelines are in place. Localities will have the option to inspect the gym's either before they open or up to two weeks after and they can also decide whether to allow indoor classes. Cuomo says. Jim's must operated 1/3 capacity and everyone will be required to wear face masks at all times. Even when working out. Former Queens borough president Claire Shulman, has died. She had been battling lung cancer and pancreatic cancer. Schulman as the head of the borough from 1986 to 2002 and was the first woman to hold the position. During her tenure, she helps support the renovation of the Queen's theater in the park. The organization renamed its main stage the Claire Shulman Playhouse before she left her post. Acting Queensborough President Sharon Lee says Shulman quote lived every single minute fully and with purpose. Claire Shulman was 94.
Claire Shulman, Former Queens, New York City Borough President, Dies At 94
"Queens borough president Claire Shulman, has died. She was 94. Shellman served as president of the borough of Queens from 1986 to 2002. Acting Borough President Sharon Lee called showman larger than life. He said showmen had extraordinary vision and transforming the landscape of the city's largest borough
"sharon lee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"When you get to a certain age and you're used to doing things your own way we used to hear you have a routine in your own life and you're used to doing those things and now you know after so many years you're having to come together with another person and learn to live with them or their bad habits learned their good habits learned everything else that there is to learn about them is difficult that is Sharon Lee who blogs about being single later in life but married couples are doing this this to older married couples and relationship expert and podcast host Jennifer Stiers says we saw the trend starred in younger couples but the reluctance to commit fully has now reached older adults you're not buying homes a lot of what buying cars I mean that we're looking at the end of the commitment of anything right and so I feel like this is kind of the same thing it says that we're not we are not Jack limiting this now to speak to millennials now the team or her saying I don't want to it neither I want to commit to you know taking care of somebody if they get that I don't want to commit a few problems with my kids don't like them or they don't my family doesn't accept damage side.
"sharon lee" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast
"Does this make a difference talking talking about the issues digging down. It's more than just what they're reading but what they're reading gave them an indication that hey we ought to have an inquiry here and see do we have exposure and then they go ahead. They do an analysis of their business. They say you know what we might by the by the time the S._e._C. got there. We saw your notifications. We did a proactive search. Here's what we did. Here's how we changed our disclosures and the S._e._C. said thank you off. They go the add one more thing. That is the fact that as an owner one of the things I think is compelling in interviewing new families or families are going to interview US versus competitors. <hes> our families gain a lot of comfort knowing that we are audited by the S._e._C. so they know that okay we're held to illegal standard act in their financial best interest <hes> that's a big differentiator especially for going up against the Morgan Stanley Merrill Lynch and Ameriprise so I think from the from a positive standpoint the S._e._C. Audit. I think is a very helpful thing for clients to know that helps you. I agree and <hes> you know Sharon one of the points that you made and and I think there's a nuance and I'm going to ask <hes> lead a comment on this. You talked about a rat fee right versus <hes> other types of fee structures the way fees are set up in a firm might that trigger different types of things that you have to be thinking about or disclosures with respect to clients. Oh absolutely it's a bit of a loaded question. <hes> yeah the. I think that the primary issue we Z.. Around fee structures is a lack of transparency in disclosures <hes>. Luckily we didn't have an issue with this in the brand new. I know exam but they certainly inquired about fees quite a bit so I think there's there's a lot to think about their first of all a wrap fi program the the S._e._C.'s been pretty clear that they see that as it just an inherently conflicted <hes> <hes> process right in instructor so they're looking for transparent disclosures. What's in the rap fee? What's out of the rap fee? <hes> then you step away from the rat fees for a second I can just look at your overall advisory fee structure. What is your advisory Fee? <hes> is it fair and equitable across clients that you're managing in a similar fashion. Are Your disclosures very clear. They consistent with your investment management agreements. There's so many things to view here anything to Sharon's point again. This is why having an internal champion of the compliance program is so critical because every advisor has a bit of a nuance in how they charge their fees. Are you charging an advance. Are you charging in arrears. There's so many things to consider here and if you're disclosures and your investment management agreements are not consistent and clear accurate you better believe that when they come into examine you they are going to pull apart your custodial statements right. They're going to look at the debt that they're seeing their. They're we're going to look at any invoices that you've prepared. They're gonNA look at your billing process. They're going to look at billing errors that have happened and if they are finding inconsistencies across all of these things you're going to have a problem there. We've seen some recent fines and and actions I think around client it fees and and the disclosures on that so it's a really important point alley turning to you <hes> I think there's a misconception if you will about from firms as they launched that they need to hire a dedicated. ED chief compliance officer right and kind of take on that expense but you guys obviously didn't do that. This isn't <hes> Brittany's only job inside a brandy wine so talk about how she balances the you know the responsibilities if you will as has the compliance person plus everything else that she does at the firm so I think one very important piece that we mentioned earlier was really creating a culture of compliance <hes> so I think you know every member of the firm realizes how truly important this is. I'm sorry to have to give a lot the credit to our admin team as a whole for I mean we transitioned from Merrill extremely quickly <hes> so you know they had a lot on their plate but they really made sure to take the time to ensure that all the fees being charged were correct accurate exactly we we talked to the clients about and make sure that we were organized and prepared for the audit I think because everyone's on the same page that allows Britney to concentrate you know not just on compliance but of the other aspects of her her job <hes> you know and I think that the culture as a whole really does has helped with that and I would say one of the big things that we see in speaking with other Merrill Lynch advisors as they have this misconception that they have to hire a full time compliance officer so I've talked to a dozen teams and say why don't we have the resources to hire a fulltime compliance person and once once we kind of explained to them that you know we had an administrative partner Merrill that was able to fill this capacity partnering with Sharon Lee etc that that's a big relief right and we really think of compliance to as it's really a department of people thanks to you know Li. Li's help now share help from the GECKO. I mean it's not it's not just one person it really. Is You know a whole group perfect. Relieve that begs the question at what size shouldn't are a start to thinking <hes> think about hiring a dedicated C._e._o.. Is it a billion dollars is a five billion or is it the complexity of the business. I definitely think it's the latter I get this question a lot. I don't think that there is a magic number but I'll tell you that in the dynasty network of advisors of which there's roughly fifty at this point. We have one dedicated full-time see C._E._o.. And even he <hes> I will not name him by name but even he when he listened to this he'll know who he is and even he does wear a lot of hats so <hes> you know I. I don't think that there's a magic number necessarily but I think it's so important important to think about streamlining the compliance department the way you do the rest of your business right again technology. It's your friend. I think that's really critical in addition. I think again you know partners like market counseling dynasty. We work with our compliance partners right eight four side advanced regulatory compliance. There are wonderful firms out there that can help you to really outsource the execution right. You do not need an internal compliance expert. You can rely on these partners from third party resource standpoint you need an internal champion who understands <hes> Your Business and can sort of translate your business to the third party team but let the third party team beer compliance expert right. I think that that that outsourcing becomes really paramount in addition. I thank you know with respect to technology. What I see? oftentimes is that you know people are trying to leverage technology to streamline their compliance program and there are a lot of really powerful tools out there <hes> but when you go buy them off the street again you're missing that that connective tissue there that that internal champion that can say okay well my compliance policy says this and that translates to the use of technology in that manner to help streamline that bridge was missing and I think that's where we we built a dynasty caps platform and saying okay. I can actually build that bridge for you. I can take your compliance program and say well the this is where you can really gain scale. You know I can teach a computer to push that button. You don't need to push that button. You don't need to paper push <hes> similarly Ali Market Council built IRA glass. I think there's just so much technology there that people should be thinking about to help free up time so you know that's my I guess long winded response to I think you can wait quite a long time to need a dedicated fulltime chief compliance compliance officer <hes> but I don't think that there's necessarily a magic a U._M.. Number you know that that trigger and if I could just add to that I think that from the enforcement side or responding to deficiency letters it's just making sure that your compliant internal compliance resource is really keeping pace with the growth and complexity of your firm and you can probably wait a longer period of time for your C C o two wear just that one hat if you're leveraging those outside resources if you only have one office for example if you have an expanded to multiple branches so those are all going to be factors in making sure that you are just keeping pace with the need for that resource. Let's talk about that for a second you bring up a good point Sharon as firms really start to grow not only organically but many are thinking about inorganic growth <hes> that very often and we've seen it inside the dynasty network entails opening up multiple offices and in some cases offices in different from states. How does a firm think about that and make the changes if you will either from the supervision oversight or the general compliance culture <hes> with multiple offices so hopefully they do it really deliberately? <hes> you know often a client will come to us and say that they're going to <hes> expand out to another city and when you begin sort of picking apart the details of what's leading to this decision <hes> we will often. I find that it is because they have a buddy that said hey. I'm I'm leaving and I'd like to associate with you so we will often say you know. Lunch is not a plan and it's not a recruiting strategy <hes> so so <hes> being deliberate Britt about first of all. Why are you going to embark down that path to begin with? What are you trying to accomplish? Are you trying to cover a geographic area that you don't currently have a real presence in. Are you trying to expand expand your capabilities that perhaps someone's coming in with a particular specialty that you think would be complementary to what you currently offer so. It's being deliberate about that once you know why are we doing this. Then you really need to have the the strategy laid out so that you have what you're bringing to the table and you have appropriate documents you have an offering and you have contemplated in all of that. What is our compliance going to look like what is czar integration going to look like I mean what you don't want to end up with? Is this patchwork of branch offices where now suddenly you're. You're really operating at the end of the day a different branch in every business. That's going to be really challenging as we we see from not just an operational standpoint but from a culture standpoint and of course a compliance standpoint. You don't WanNa be surprised by what's going on in another office. How do you do it? You start with the beginning so that you're not reinventing the wheel. Every time you want to execute on particularly inorganic growth so again don't be seduced initially by the numbers make sure that it fits in your strategic long-term plan <hes> as a firm and Lee you have some experience in this because we I have quite a few firms in the network the dynasty network that have multiple locations so how do you work with them differently than you might with a brand.
"sharon lee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Here's eighty lawrence it wasn't just a love fest in new orleans it was the same with the memphis grizzlies and their top draft pick john morand as well as the knicks and their connection with our barrett which i really like like all three of these stories and the way that they're developing unfolding and it was a weekend full of province hope springs turtle for the three franchises that just picked up the top three players in thursday's n._b._a. draft it's after hours with amy lawrence on c._b._s. sports radio zion williamson said he was amazed by how fans showed up for the draft lottery and how he's been treated so far how excited they are to welcome him and you can imagine eighteen years old there'd be some temptation that he would get carried away and all of the attention and all of the hype or maybe even just the expectations would go to his head for man you hear this young man talk and you know he is ready as a woman at all because they accuse me grounded is i always think about the times when like it was just me my step that the basketball when outdoor court so that's all i need to keep me grounded his mom was his coach until he was fourteen years old and the family is very tight they make these decisions together you can tell the love and the respect is there and so that's a great perspective hey all of this excitement attention swirling around me but there were a lot of times where it was just me and my stepdad a basketball Ziya Williamson, not supposed to be hailed as the savior of the New Orleans pelicans David Griffin made that very clear to us after he was drafted number one overall on Thursday. interesting though to hear the stories from david griffin and then from alvin gentry about the time they spent was even before he got drafted member so they won the draft lottery the right to draft zion they made it pretty clear that was going to be there move and then the time to spend with him as well as with his parents I won't do this all the time I promise. we had a really special evening the night of the lottery and alvin and i were able to sit was i n for about twenty minutes and we were so taken with him we asked if his parents were there and if he would mind if they came downstairs and so sharon lee came downstairs and we sat for about an hour and a half together talking about what it would look like to be a member of the pelicans family and we had the conversation that if you choose us we choose you And we use the whole family because when we're raising a family, we're raising it together. And so Lee in Toronto were very receiving of that message, I think Zion was as well. And I was really, really grateful that Noah in tyreek. Join us here today as well. The city will put its arms around all of us. But we're going to do is love each other enough to tell each other, what we need to hear. Well, first of all, we both southern guys. Secondly. i think he's got a great basketball mine but he also appreciates the history of the game so it's really funny we talked about really players from the seventies even when i was in high school and taken visits to college new some of the guys that i was talking about that came from you know li sure we talked about that but you know he's he's an easy guy at talk to easy to discuss things with I mean, I think it's going to be a joy to coach really. When you hear Alvin gentry talk about this new player. Zion Williamson you almost forget he's eighteen years old. But it's good that they've already established. You're poor. And it's clear that both an emotional David Griffin and coach gentry. are captivated by this guy as i think most people are who spent time with him i can't wait to see what he does on the n._b._a. stage you think they'll be interesting summer league when he and r._j. barrett's knicks get together that's one of the first summer league games it's after hours with amy lawrence on c._b._s. sports radio in memphis they are just as excited about murray state point guard jaama rant they knew they were picking him number two overall as soon as they saw their draft position and here's john trying to get to know memphis tennessee we got memphis and just done in a game of basketball ahead of the game already on my notice was great organization like i said before honor to be able to be able to be here right now and be able to play and i'm excited great first conversations with him you learn first off he's such a humble kid great person obviously is family so important to him and he's hungry and you know as we went through this process working with zach and trying to identify an individual a competitor unselfish player and an individual that wants to get better every single day that's the stuff that i've learned about getting to know about john and we're going to challenge him to get better every single day and keep that competitive spirit and we have seen no his great abilities on the court and one of his biggest things is his ability to be unselfish and make his teammates better so getting to know him personally that's all come across and bill in relation to be further new memphis head coach taylor jenkins and while the expectations aren't the same as they are for zion in new orleans here's the thing about memphis they traded away mike conley and to make room for java rant and also because with conley they felt like he was the one guy who didn't fit what they were trying to do which was start over fresh and kind of tear it all down now you can say that that's a great plan or you can say it's a terrible plan but either way these are big shoes to fill former rant it's after hours with amy lawrence on c._b._s. sports radio and how about r._j. barron he's not zion williamson but i think the knicks fan base as well as the knicks organization as quickly shifted its attention to this duke product who has been told by his grandfather since he was really young that he was going to be a member of the next so it's really cool how it's come for circle and the fact that here he is drafted number three overall by this franchise and he so excited about it this is what he wanted to do what he wanted to be a member of the knicks and of course now get to play for david physio it's been great know a lot of a lot of support this is the place to be so for everything to work out the way it did avoid with lakes Goes back to Chicago when we met with RJ it was eight in the morning. The next morning. He shows like this ready. And. you know just that alone less you know that he's the kind of kid that we wanted in our culture david phys dale alongside r._j. barrett and both of them using a microphone with all that echo in tinny sound it's awesome just one more though because i feel like this is important and we'd call her brought this up earlier about the high expectations and i mentioned that playing for duke but also playing for alabama football some of the other high profile college programs that are constantly in the spotlight i believe that they like kentucky basketball to they get you ready as much as you possibly can be ready they get you ready and r._j. said the same thing when he was introduced Everybody was watching everybody knew we were. so just to it self on everything i love the bay stays love the toes so bring it on preside williamson john moran r._j. barrett the sky's the limit we could be talking about the future of the n._b._a. hope all three are great successes because it's good to have some fusion fresh blood just new energy new excitement and after the draft played out to see these young men to hear what they had to say yes the n._b._a. is getting younger but if they're ready well then let's do this thing all right you can find me on twitter a radio take our man crush monday poll it's seven players to major league baseball i'm not gonna planet you're going to check it out on your own also on our facebook page and our phone number's eight five five two one two four two two seven eight five five two one two four c._b._s. here's our latest sports update and here's john fast Sports. Flash. all right amy alpert pool halls played what is almost certainly as final push stadium and he finished two for five with two singles as the angels held off the cardinal six four to avoid a three-game sweep meantime the idiots have started to hit their stride finishing off a three-game sweep of the tigers eight three cleveland wins for the eighth time in ten games elsewhere in the american league the blue jays knocked off the red sox six one six cordless innings from orchestra minutes the blue jays take two or three from alex chorus red sox minnesota we still have to get better i know everybody was excited about that but as a team there's there's a lot of things that we need to keep improving you look at this weekend and it showed the razor split their four game series and oakland with an eight two victory over the as the rangers the white sox seven four the astro snapped their seven game losing streak ended the eight game winning streak with nine four win in the bronx justin verlander cookout nine over seven innings the royals knocked off the twin six one and the mariners drilled the orioles thirteen three turning to the national league with the pirates at home needing to rally for three game sweep of the padres bases-loaded game eleventh inning three to pets and it's four Unbelievable. Walks walk-off winters. joe block on radio after san diego scores three times in the top of the eleventh pittsburgh answers with four in the bottom half they win it eleven ten the dodgers swept the rocky six three is will smith hit l. a.'s third consecutive walk off over the phillies lost their seventh in a row foley at home to the marlins six four the cubs got bits five three bracelet passed the nationals in ten four to three the brewers dump the red seven five and the d-box voided a sweep with the three to ten inning win over the giants combined leonard set to hit the open market according to you sports he'll decline his player option to become an unrestricted free agent although it's believed he seriously considering resigning toronto at the women's world cup france brazil two two one extra time in england shutout cameroon three nail and from jess v. picked up his first p._g._a. tour win in.
"sharon lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Are trying to solve a hit on a rising rap star CBS's Steve Futterman with the latest nipsy. Russell was shot. Multiple times outside his clothing store in the Crenshaw district of LA. He was rushed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. Two others were wounded hustle was viewed as a rising star in the world of rap his debut album was nominated for best rap album at February's Grammy awards police believe the shooting is gang related hustle. At one time was a gang member. Aides to Joe Biden are speaking out over criticism about the way, he's behaved toward women Biden. Spokesman Bill Russo said quote, right wing. Trolls are trying to imply that every image of Biden hugging. Someone was unwanted at least two women. Claim Biden did inappropriately touched them. President Trump makes moves on the southern border CBS's Steve Portnoy explained to deal with an influx of asylum-seekers the administration's acting too quickly reposition more than seven hundred. Customs and border protection agents. Those who typically screen cars and cargo at the ports of entry. If need be the homeland security secretary says as many as two thousand border agents may be reassigned moves already said to be having an impact on the border with long lines forming for what otherwise would be quick legal crossings over the Rio Grande the FAA said today, it expects to receive Boeing's final packages software improvements for the seven thirty seven max in the coming weeks. Washington. Congressman Rick Larsen is urging the agency to take its time. Many of Larson's constituents are Boeing workers are proud of the work dude, proud of the products, they make ultimately though, I've got to focus on the flying public safety Larson chairs the house aviation subcommittee, which has launched its own investigation into the development and certification of the max a battles brewing over three tiny house villages in Seattle hybrid radios. Caroline, Desario has more Seattle shells out over a million dollars, the low income housing institute to run the Northlake rainier valley and George. Town villages Lee, high then pace the nonprofit nickelsville to manage the day to day operations nickelsville wants the freedom to run the villages without oversight or performance metrics, the city and Lee high disagree. We terminated the funding for nickelsville including their staff, we gave them notice. And I guess they're not willing to go willingly Li. Hi, Sharon, Lee, says nickelsville staff padlocked all three villages, barring access to high the city and social workers time for KIRO radio realtime traffic.
"sharon lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"App, the company that manages some of Seattle's tiny home villages is keeping city staff in case workers out this comes after the low income housing institute known as Lee high ended their relationship with nickelsville last week in response nickelsville staff have refused to let Lee high staff into the Northlake Othello and Georgetown villages. This Othello resident says she stands with nickelsville claiming that Lee has not been able to get her and her four kids in the permanent housing. I'm sick of temporary. My daughter the last ten years of her life. All all wanna be that. I planned on being Lee high executive director. Sharon Lee tells KIRO radio that this is an illegal takeover. The King County sheriff's department is looking for your help to find an attempted murder. Suspect sergeant Ryan Abbott says there is a felony warrant out for forty two year old Daniel Varela who also goes by the name Capone, and he is considered armed and dangerous. He knows now that we're looking for him has a million dollar warrant online for a soul one attempted murder of our victim. And are attempting to find him of rela is wanted in the stabbing of a fifty five year old man in white center. Earlier this month, the victim is recovering from multiple stab wounds. Seattle police arrested the driver of the hit and run that left a Lake City pedestrian in the hospital. Kiro seven TV reports the collision happened last night at northeast one hundred twenty seven th street and Lake City way. The victim was crossing the street when she was hit and was taken to the hospital with not with life threatening injuries. Officers would find the. Driver less than an hour later. No word on the current condition of the strain a hazing investigation at JBL. M leads to a commander being relieved of duty is just not going to believe someone just because they're going to look into allegations. They'll do an investigation though determine whether or not this actually did happen. If it did happen based upon investigation, the command decision to relieve these two visuals role public information officer Ajay lamb, Gary Dangerfield, says Lieutenant Colonel Joshua case of the fifth air support operations squadron. GB lamb was relieved this week for being complicit in what they call a culture of hazing that included binding airmen with duct tape. The Seattle times reports the investigation revealed the hazing incident included quote, rolling a practice common for airmen, a tackle in restrain, a servicemember before binding that person's hands or feet using duct tape and those participating would allow the individual to struggle before they were released. Weather.
"sharon lee" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"I'm recording. My cats. No, no is an emergency. Unlike on Facebook live and recording right now Chow Cal. How what do you do when you have an office and your children's still come in here? Yes, ma'am. Yes, ma'am. Yes, sir. 'cause I know the fellas listen, Chad. Do you know what time it is? It is one evolve time in the sanctuary. Can you turn to your neighbor and say I've been waiting on this say neighbor, I don't know about you. But now is the time for my breakthrough. Listen, I don't know about you. But I have been missing my woman. Evolve time, and I am so glad that we are back spending time with one another in the good year of our Lord twenty nineteen what it'd be like twenty nineteen. What is happening all year? I have not talked to you all year. What is your life about? Have you been living your best life? Are people getting on your nerves? What can we do to make the world better place together? That's what I wanna know. Listen, I have not been joined by myself. But rather with my co host from literally all over the world. They are logging in from everywhere. Sharon Lee is logging in Julia Atkins says she's been back in the gym as of yesterday insisted sore our into orange the're yesterday for the first time into long, it's probably been three months since I went to orange theory. And I went yesterday, and wow, I still don't like it. It's affected at works. But let me tell you. I just don't like it yet. I am in my office, come on delegation. I am in my office. And I'm just trying to figure out the best way for me to make sure that you guys can see me. So that I can make sure that I live my best life at all times. And that you can see. To me at all times. Okay. So I'm set up in my office. This is my first time recording. So bear with me as I get my life together, Las Vegas is in the building Whittier, California is in the building. Jalen groom is in the building Jackson Florida is in the building. I'm turning the camera up and down. It's fine. It's fine. No problem. I'm going to take you guys on tour of my office sometime when I get finished. Okay. When there aren't boxes everywhere. Let's see Regina says that's blackened chicken salad for dinner. Very nice Geneva says my browser on fleet grow their micro bladed. We've talked about that on one of the other podcast. I'm wiggling, my eyebrows. So you can see how flicky they are. Adrian says that's a better view. I got it together. Okay. Digit turn that camera back tattoo on me already. Okay. Chelsea say we missed you and Santa Monica, Houston, Texas. What is going on in your world? What are you guys? Deciding to do for twenty nineteen. Do you have resolutions? What are some of your goals for twenty nineteen? Let me speak for me in my house for me and my house in twenty nineteen. I really don't see myself creating a list of resolutions. If you listen to a message preached at the Potter south that one LA in Denver on December thirty th it's called the sequel, and you can go onto the Potters at Los Angeles podcasts here, and is really basically losing out of my mind. This idea of new union me, but rather perfecting me this year. And so this is the sequel to twenty eighteen and so my goal is to just mind, my business moisturised my edges. Drink my water. Go to orange theory win the Lord moves and not when the Lord does not move in that direction, and that's it. I mean. I want to be more present in my life. I think that would be necessary to be more present, you know. And in the moment, I've tried to be more present with my fellow neighbors. Okay. In my community. Those of you who listen to the podcast know that last year we went through evacuation, and we have so many things happen in our little community. And so I have tried to be intentional about not just seeing the register or the cashier. Registering is minding my business, but like making eye contact how are you which those of you who know me know that this is.
"sharon lee" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Could sleep more. So I could sleep in. I try I need eight hours asleep at night, or I don't feel great really. I don't get it all the time now. But yeah, usually try I can't imagine what my life would be like if I just slept for eight hours straight. I can't I have done that before I find that my straight isn't as much anymore like I'll wake up a little bit. And then have to go back to sleep. Not. Yeah. I got that going now I ever will do it. And then I'll go I feel amazing. I think this is what I was supposed to feel like all the time. But I just I just wake up what's on your phone. What are you doing? What are you gotta be somewhere? What What do you do get? you what your mom say? If the other Sharon Lee, Aaron Lee mama's a Sharon Lee. So my mom came over last night because I was recording this in the morning and my husband couldn't do drop off tomorrow. So she slept over last night. Take my daughter school this morning. Sure. And made us dinner. Oh, amazing. I know so she came in made us this amazing dinner. There was she had bought gone to Costco, and bought the largest jar of olives that I've ever seen and I made fun of this jar of olives all night long because she was like well, a small jar is five dollars at the store and this one was eight dollars. But it was so many Kalamata olives that you've I mean like the biggest thing I've ever seen. I don't even eat all I don't even like all. So she's like leave. You smiles. I was like no she goes for company. I go. I'm just throwing Kalamata olives. If people when am I have in company company, so anyway and made fun of this? And I said I want I want a weekly report of what's going on with these olives. I want pictures, and I want to find out when you eventually have to throw them out. 'cause too old awkward family story about where all of our going. Yes. So I guess this is. The text from my mom is where she put all those off now. So I just got textra my mom. Oh god. Oh boy. You don't have to worry about the olives anymore on the way home. Someone pulled out in front of me on the street and had to jam on my breaks and the olive jar fell on the floor from the backseat and opened and spilt did not hit anyone and I still have half a jar of all of his left that jar went from not being able to be opened to opening just following on the floor in her car, smells, like olives. When I tell you. It was the most amount of all of that has ever seen an again, and a lot of liquid this reps around to be careful what you wish for if you wish for a lot of olives. Then you're going to have a car until. That I've made so much fun. Acknowledge. And then the other part, which I didn't tell you was I showed up last night. I got home a little, and my mom was almost done making dinner. It was at seven thirty. And I see this huge jar Volvo. So I'm like what is that doing there? And she's like, well, I brought it for this dish. I was making a bone open. And I was like what do we won't open? And then she was like, I couldn't get it open. And then my husband was there. And he was like, yeah, I tried. I can't get it open. And I was like, well, this is ridiculous. So I took the darva loves, and I did my thing and bucking open it oh shit. I was like sucking like I like the olive 's so not only not only make fun of the olives. They couldn't get they claimed..
"sharon lee" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"To see like ninety videos and four days again of all this gear garbage and las vegas after you recover from saint patrick's day yeah hope everybody had a great safe clean saint patrick's as will all our people out there so let's move onto headlines now our first piece of news is something that we've been waiting to say for a long time and that is after seven years of development and production our boss ryan coup is about to drop the greatest piece of original content in no film school history on talking of course about his debut feature amateur which is slated to premiere netflix original worldwide on april sixth two thousand eighteen it stars michael rainey junior josh charles sharon lee all brian white and corey parker robinson so if you're not the millionaire with his project the film was a sundance screenwriter's lab selection and it's actually been being executive produced by former nba all stars tony pirker and michael finley i like that we have someone from the spurs and some from the mavericks they were both on the spurs at one was findlay also on the spread okay i don't know i don't know ryan has no connection to san antonio so that's omitted to hear how that came about but we might actually be able to hear more about that later on the movie follows a fourteen year old basketball phanom named terron forte as he navigates the under the table world of amateur athletics when he is recruited to an elite ncwa prep school were especially proud because amateur started right here on new film school with a kickstarter campaign back when the screenplay was titled man child and it was one of the most successful kick starters for a movie ever at that time over the years ryan wrote about the process including running his kickstarter campaign and going to sunan screenwriter's lab but he's been off line for the past two years as he went to production which as we all know is quite a bit more than a fulltime job so now that he's finished were more than happy to have him back and for.
"sharon lee" Discussed on The Nerdist
"My parents were pretty cool yeah i remember yet it's a really cool our moms have the same first to name which is very weird share and lee sharon lee and we're also the same birthday are now would you runs were through september eleven i now rough who've my mom other name is asylum and like yes sharon lee as other name while sharon lee is her maiden okay and o'sullivan laden with her varied name it bothers name was michael wilson five and then she took it it's all i know itself catherine into tall one day yes it all when it's all one day app it just the way it's written it's it's kind of their some say letters in their house like michael's on him on yet another that area okay why the spla i don't know why i thought they had this over there but our listeners she just alive because i ward my stepdad who passed away without his ninth i was like i knew how is that we are i knew there was one of my parent like somebody who had the same birthday august right that's rapids right yeah i i do a halley's your mother doing i love your very well she's doing very well good she lives in lives in pasadena still i think she did gear yes she kind of bob dole around capacity and area but she's inquire unhurt vichy dating i also like to ask she's not dating a she doesn't care she doesn't you know she which i love the chinese opposite she's very into my mom's incredibly independent of that and dozens.