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"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"Earlier this week. I was so concerned for all of my friends in louisiana who got hit so hard and are still suffering to this day because of the hurricane ida and the tropical storm ida that hit they're just a brutal impact in louisiana and it took a few days and now it hit us hard here in new york and pennsylvania new jersey. You're there's flooding everywhere we've had over a dozen people die and It's it's just a brutal thing. I want us to discuss the true impact of global warming and even wear global warming climate change and race and racism intersex environmental. Racism is real. I wanna tell you what that actually means and how climate change is impacting us in a very real way right now. Hope you see it. There were tornadoes here which is crazy. i mean flooding down streets that now look like rivers and it is bananas. Let's talk about it. Me unpack and explain it. This is shaun king. You're listening to the the breakdown. The breakdown everybody. You probably already know by now. That i don't promote any products on here that i don't actually use and care about myself and there's nothing that i care about more than you and your family..
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"Yesterday as you might have seen the online fundraising company go fund me released an official public statement stating what to me. I hope for you was the obvious that i have never started. A gofundme. fundraiser never accessed a go fund me fundraiser. Never benefited from go. Fund me fundraiser never withdrawn funds from go fund me fundraiser and they searched go fund me that i've ever been associated with publicly privately every email account i've ever owned and made a public statement basically repeating what i have said for years in and what should have always been obvious that of course i have never raised and stolen or spent or misappropriated a penny of any money ever raised on go fund me or any online platform and on a dig in and talk about it. I know some of you have heard about it many times. And if you're listening to the podcast that means you are ninety. Nine percent likely already a supporter. But let me unpack and explain what we're dealing with here. This is shaun king and are listening to the break down the break. The breakdown first off. Thank each and everyone of you. Who have gone to.
Do Police Make Us Safe?
"Across the country particularly in some of america's largest cities. Some crime is up. I say some. Because i've studied these numbers in some cities. Some violent crimes are up in some cities. Violent crime has actually down during the pandemic in other cities Car break ins and carjackings are up but home break ins are down and so a lot of times people will say. Crime is up but they don't actually mean all crime they mean a particular type of crime. What i see is a ton ton of fear going on about how crime is out of control. And here's the thing. listen. I care about that. I want all of us my own family and your family and your friends in your hometown and all over the country. I want all of us to actually feel safe. What i see is a lot of. Americans defaulting back to the thing that they've been taught not just for a few months not just for a few years but defaulting back to something. They've been taught for generations that police more policing better-funded policing more police officers. That all things policing is what's going to make us more safe. That is not the answer. And i don't care what anybody says. Listen to me. Clearly this is the main idea. What i'm about to say. Listen the police department in your city and in your county do not absolutely do not need an increase to their budget period point blank. Dot com budgets are being slashed all over the country for education for public health for mental health for homelessness for housing for jobs. All types of budgets are being slashed and in most american cities. The only budget that has not been cut is the budget of the local police departments who've insisted that they and they alone have the power to keep us safe. But listen to me. If funding policing kept us safe today would be the safest day in american history.
Interview With David Asboth and Shaun McGirr From Half Stack Podcast
"Can you explain how you picked the name for your podcast. I think it goes back to those experiences. David just reminded me about simply go to a makeup group and explain how we were doing it. People were interested in how to get started with data science in their particular context. But also we were going to be ups speakers but as Audience members. And i remember very well one at a lodge technology company running a social network and i tried. I tried to ask one questions to one of the scientists. I asked about the difficulties of getting hold of the right data for your question and this polite intimate Listen to my question. They looked at me. Like i was from a different planet. And then he said well. We have a team of data. Engineer is dedicated to that. And if there's something that we need we don't have we just pig message on slack. Command like achievement. Few later they send us link to the st bucket where that they tours and i just realized how that said we have some of the same woods and add job title. Maybe we have some of the same training and maybe some of what we do. Some of it will look similar day to day but really the context you're operating is is quite different and when i interviewed for that job i think we got talking about this issue. I recently published something. Actually computer weekly On the psycho. Don't just listen to the one percent view of data science and david you remembered An article that you had read about was code. Doc netted develops what was the. Yeah that that that resonated with us it was about a software developers who aren't like working kind of hipster startups. They were just working on old enterprise software and just making it tick along and essentially powering the entire world. But you won't find them at the cool meet ups they just go to work work with some really old version of and then go home
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"You again in august with brand new content as you may know. The united states spends more money on law enforcement than any country. Not just any country in the world today but than any country in the history of the world. I want you to guess. What percentage of major crimes do you think police solve in his country. What percentage of major crimes do you think police saw in his country. I'll be right back. I want you to thank on it in guest before you hear. My voice is shaun king. You are listening to the the breakdown of the breakdown breakdown. All right did you guess. I want you to take a moment. And thank on it in guess. What percentage of major crime. So we're not talking about Graffiti and speeding. What percentage of major crimes do you think police solve in the united states. I'll go in and you a hint now. I wrote about this today. At the north star dot com. Hope you go there and read the article. Because i have you know nearly a dozen different sources and studies and things for you to check just so you know i'm not making this up but let me give you a big him again. The question is what percentage of major crimes do you think police often this country. Here's my head. Whatever you're thinking go ahead and cut that number by bow ninety percent. I'm dead serious. Cut that number not in half like cut the number probably ninety percent. Go ahead and get the number ahead in this country. I'm give you answer so gave you a chance to guess if you have anybody around you if you're listening to this in the car go ahead and share your number. American police in the united states only solve about two percent of major crimes two percent..
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"Okay so stick with us on tiffany hawk worthy the momentum advisers thank you so much for listening to the momentum adviser show this is shaun king founder and ceo the northstar if you want to hear more shows like this featuring black and brown voices on the most important issues of the day can't over right now to the north star dot com to discover all the podcasts. We have to offer. We have over five hundred different episodes from six different podcast series. And they're all great. Check them out. We are.
Mapped CEO Wants to Simplify IoT Device Integrations
"During my time at cisco i very quickly realized that It was different from every other business. At cisco it was probably my third or fourth conversation After it come into the iot team where the customer looked at us and said have any of you actually been to oilrig. We sort of Looked around the room and nobody can say yes and so it led to lead the four years of really just visiting any customer could whether it was a manufacturing floor you know the roof of the building or the sub basement building going behind the scenes at an amusement park or you know into an oil refinery or out on an oil rig. I just wanted to feel the pain that the customer was going through and and really understand it. Firsthand and those sorts of of of discovery trips led to a repeated pattern that i kept seeing over again. You know i would get on on stage for various cisco events in say things like you know. Gartner predicts that there will be twenty five billion connected devices by twenty twenty five And then the next year it would drop to twenty two billion in the next to dropped a twenty billion and that mix of sort of the the numbers continuing to down into a right plus what. I was observing customers. Which was they would do a pilot in one of their environments and that pilot would take them a year to build and deploy and then they would go to move that pilot the next environment factory across the street or the refinery on the other side of the country and it turns out that all the work they had done for integration. All the work they had done to extract data out of those systems and bring it into the dashboards and the analytics they were trying to put together a had to be done again. It had to be done from scratch because that factory across the street or the refinery on the other side of the of the country had no sort of commonality with the systems that were in the first one where they built the pilot and again this was just a side effect of the various system. Integrators using whatever was the best set of tools at the time this pain of immigration plus the the the sort of droppings predictions of connected devices or iot devices. Them really got me thinking about what is the biggest problem that we have an iot or digitisation and the problem is that as we try to bring together all these devices in order to come up with transformative insights that complex relationships among the devices are aware that that transformative insect comes from and to do that. You have to deeply integrate with these systems. So if we can free up the industry from having to do all the integration manually and we can automate across the seas of of doing integration and sort of reverse engineering what humans had built in the first place. Then we can really start to open this industry at scale and allowed developers who may have never set foot on a factory or have never gone into a refinery to really start to build applications by just purely looking at data and starting to figure out ways to make sense of data rather than spending all their time on integration.
Mapped President & CEO, Shaun Cooley, Discusses His Company's Creation Story
"This is the creation story of napped. Some mapped is a data infrastructure platform. We bring together all the people places and things instead of commercial industrial environments And so if you think of sort of a stack inside of one of these commercial or industrial environments you've got the devices that are doing things inside the environments you know think of the h back controllers and the lighting controllers you know in a in a manufacturing floor you've got robotic arms and conveyor belts and other sort of process automation pieces the next layer up Tends to be a network infrastructure the network infrastructure brings those pieces together On an ip network so they can communicate with each other but the pieces tended to still be a sort of bespoke right the piece of equipment that were installed by system integrator at some point over the last fifty years you know using whatever the latest bag of tools and techniques were and now you know the companies that own many many buildings or many retail stores or many data centers or many factories are trying to get data across their entire environments. Even though these things are all ip connected they tend to be from different vendors. Installed by a different system integrator is different names functioning just slightly different right because the goal at the time that they were installed was to operate out environment not to provide a single business. Intelligence layer For the company And so now that there's an ip connected we go in and we'd build on top of that. The data infrastructure that sits on top of that network structure. And so you can think of it as the the missing piece between sort of the raw network and the applications and business intelligence that you're trying to trying to extract from your operations
Q&A: How to Fund Rehabs and Renovations
"Today's question comes from shanty long and shanties question is we're about to close in a duplex in. It's going to need anywhere between six thousand to ten thousand dollars in repairs. What are some options for funding this rehab so ash. I'll let you go first narconon chime in with my thoughts afterwards. Okay the first thing. I thought of when i was reviewing this question was credit cards. So what did you say. It was six to ten thousand. They're looking to spend with that amount. You could easily get a credit card. Usually for that amount of money and there are so many credit cards out there that will do zero percent interest. So what this means. Is you start buying materials supplies with the credit card at lowe's home depot wherever your hardware store is to get your materials or even online new use credit card to pay and the credit card will usually give you zero percent interest so all you have to do is make a minimum payment every month which can be if you have ten thousand dollars on their. Depending on the interest rate you could probably be paying ninety dollars a month is the minimum payment towards the card. So what your strategy here is to get a card that has that zero percent interest for as long as you're going to be doing the rehab and until you can refinance so for example. Some of the cards will do it for eighteen months. And hopefully your rehab and your refinances completed by then so that you can pay off the credit card before you're actually charged interest on those payments and you're just making that minimum payment which is actually going towards your balance and not towards interest. So i think that is one of the greatest tools that you can actually use and you can find the zero percent interest credit cards on the business side or in your personal name to. Yeah no. that's great advice actually and especially at that dollar amount right sixty thousand you said. It should be not too big of an obstacle for most people to get approved for for something around that loan limit. I think something else to consider and shaun tait didn't really share. What the potential rv or the purchase price of this property is but i mean at six thousand dollars you could also try and borrow money from a family member from a friend and say hey. Loan me ten thousand dollars. I'm gonna fix up. This property wants it's done. I'm going to be able to pull out forty thousand dollars. Whatever the number is. And then. I'll be able to give you a return on your money
Ep. 447 - Where the Money Resides: Compound Interest - TEST
"Talking about it but like temperatures are up. Temperatures rising temperatures rising. I'm also going on vacation. Ooh yup nice nice now. Is that a One that you drive to. And everything's like nice and safe and serene Nice and safe and serene. Yes just not driving. Okay all right not try listeners. Need to know where you're headed and if you'd be responsible i'm i'm definitely being responsible. This is responsible vacation for sure. I've taken all the proper measures improper. Things need you to make back. Okay definitely gonna make it back that plan for play But yeah. I'm excited about my first week. Asian and twenty twenty one. I am too much deserve. My kids are like afraid to go anywhere. I've been trying to do like just be like we're going somewhere today and i promise you if they have a fun and then we like. Let's let's do more fun. Things we gone to target. That's a struggle. Yeah it ends up in an emotional fight year. They're like literally afraid like vampires them and take them to a beach Like somewhere that is covert responsible. I don't take them to a theme park. Like i don't know if that's that's what we're ready for. That and i was thinking about a waterpark. No no it's going to be indoor waterpark. All no so. I'm saying no but i'm not gonna act like i have not seen several people on my timeline. Taking their children to the indoor waterpark. But i will say. Don't go by your timeline. because people are wild. They're going
Tommy Lloyd Is the Next Coach at Arizona
"Matt. Norlander is here with me in. Arizona has found shaun miller's replacement deadline when we talked about this after shawn miller was fired. We went through a list of candidates. And i think we sort of settled on the end of the day. I think it's going to be a gonzaga associate head coach. Tommy lloyd or former arizona star current pacific head coach damon stoudamire fast forward to today. It is tommy lloyd. He is leaving gonzaga. He will be the next head coach of the wildcats. Your thoughts. yeah. We have a listen. We have a long time coach in waiting for program legend. Who's been there decades deciding to leave and and and take a job in the pac twelve and It's mike hopkins all over can don't just kidding. But the parallels are actually there will credit an unnamed person. We both know who who made that to made. That comparison this i think is a pretty good higher now. This has been buzzed about. Since before shawn miller got fired. I have talked to a couple of people out for your. Oh quick i get your thoughts on it. There are a couple of people i've talked to. Who will never be not convinced. That tommy lloyd was approached about this like a month ago and basically said we want you to be the next coach in gonna fire shawn miller. I'm not saying that happened. I'm telling you there are people that believe this and this has been wired for a long time now. There were a couple of days here the past couple of days where the search kind of went on a not a pause but they topped the brakes through more interviews. That happened on tuesday. And they did legitimately interview miles. Simon damon stoudamire. Jason terry josh passenger. All these people were interviewed. There's a belief that eric muscleman whose doors to get himself his own new contract which if true or not. I don't think he needed arizona to get paid the way he got paid. But good on him. So
How much has our country changed 30 years after the Rodney King beating
"Like millions of americans have been watching the painful traumatic trial of minneapolis. Police officer derek chauvin and seeing so many witnesses have to relive the terror and pain and in some ways shame many witnesses have said that they are struggling with the feelings of guilt that they did not do enough. I mean the only thing that they could have done that they didn't would be to have thrown their bodies onto the officers onto onto. George floyd and there's no proof necessarily that any of that would have saved georgia's life but these men and women and children witnessed demand be lynched and what we're seeing at. The trial is the sheer terror. Pain grief remorse of what it means to have witnessed in twenty twenty a man be murdered in slow motion lynched in slow motion and as i've watched the trial day in and day out this weekend the expectation is that this trial could go on for. Maybe two to three weeks. As i've watched it and yesterday we saw for the first time the body cameras of the officers. Who were there i. I don't understand for the life of me why they were just now released. Thankfully many cities and counties and states across the country now have policies and laws that force body camera footage is like this to be released.
Making The Leap Into Starting A Hair Salon Business Together With Jack Mead And Lydia Wolfe
"Delighted to welcome onto the hell to cut. Podcast jap made and lydia wealth. Welcome along the pair of you. thank you say. It's an absolute honor to bring you on. We've been building up to this little. Hey do to have just gone from strength to strength. we're gonna be talking about your cell and you're going to take us back. I want to learn about your journey. But let's just clear up with the audience. You two are a couple we are. We are partners and business crime matrimony. Where did you pass crossing. How come on take us back to that early moment. You're help people's completely crazy rich thousands of people but that's totally true story. We literally have to water our story down because people wouldn't trust stuff. Yeah we trust us house looking back because we've come on the show. We've been so of reminiscing over the last week and Honestly we are still in our shaun king. We do that. Hey how long have you been to give it so we have been together for two years two years and did you. Was it hairdresser because may my wife both hairdressers and everybody always asks us. Did you meet through hairdressing. And actually we didn't but i'm gonna ask that question. Did you as she meet through headdress. In yes yeah basically story off like it's a big. It's a big story so you go to like yeah so i. We had each other as friends on facebook. We met on facebook basically. Yeah yes So of and yeah. I've we had each other. It's friends on facebook for ages and never never even knew each other identity. You have faced with friends like that but same many hairdressers. I've never. I've never interacted with but we facebook friends. And then i was doing some international with goldwell and my solemn oath where he and at the time taniwha hairdressing and and i really needed a male model wanted somebody with a certain length of hair. So i thought i do. Facebook shouts out just to see if anyone could help out. And that is when jack got back to me. And he said you know i'm hairdresser. I do more lang well. And that is the first time we'd have taken seriously so you saw the shoutout then jackson. That's interesting so you know you do modeling modeling bodily jack i. I'm sorry into an agency. But the ceylon is on main priority. And i'm kind of completely fixed on that so i don't really get to do as much especially obviously we've covered so so i'm still still doing a bit slow down a law. Say that spot. Then jack hurley right from you know with meeting lydia model. Well so what happened was an icon lydia to say that i had long hair and She needed a male model. I was a hairdresser. So i was willing to do it. You know quite cheap. Because silence. National and i know what it's like. Been hairdresser try to find models and she message back saying that you'd be you'd be great and i was actually inside purse at this time. My family live inside purse to site. I because my unfortunately my grandmother wasn't very well said liddiard could do and then basically i had to cancel on her. Because unfortunately my grandma passed away when i was in cypress so i had to. Yeah i to lay down but she was so cheered obviously about so nice about it. We just started talking a little bit. Because she had selena's well he signed funny. Because i didn't think we did know was an. Es four really fancy but that didn't come into your interview that much. I bet no one believes because obviously he's quite a handsome man. Guja says well lydia so tight that bid away so blue agency. I think i think automatically just being in the same room as jack makes me attractive than just offer
Navajo Runner Shaun Martin on the Sacred Nature of Running
"Immunity yacht shea. Sean martin initia- hello. My name is shawn martin. And i'm a navajo runner. Running is is a celebration of life. It's a teacher. it's a form of medicine. But ultimately in all three of those fashions becomes a prayer. There there are four reasons that running is so ingrained in navajo culture. I it's a it's a celebration of life. We believe that here in this world we call it the glittering world it's the fourth world and in this world when a when a new life comes in it's a sacred time it's an innocent time and that baby has all the potential in the world that a mother or father or a grandparent or an anti-wrinkle could ever dream and wish for for that child so that child is innocent and so much like that when when the day is born we believe that our father the creator people. In the sky the holy people the star people the elemental people the wind people. The water people the mountain people even even the insect and their and the animal people are around the holy. Dt's these spiritual beings that we believe in. They're all out at sunrise to witness the birth in the beauty of the new day to to bless what the potential the same potential that a newborn baby has when it's born every day they bless us with that potential and those abilities and so as a navajo runner. When when we're taught that the first thing you do is wake up and come out of your home or your hogan either the earth the hogan which is shaped like the loom you face. All of our hogan's always faced east for that very reason when you open up your door at the sunrise. Alight shun dean and navajo. It's called sunrays. Those sunrays come into the home and and bless you so at the birth of that new day we opened up the hogan door and we face east and we begin to
Former Dallas Mavericks Center Shaun Bradley Paralyzed By Car Wreck
"Dallas Mavericks center Shawn Bradley is paralyzed after being hit by a vehicle while riding his bike near his Utah home in January. According to a statement distributed by his former team. The accident caused a traumatic spinal cord injury after undergoing neck fusion surgery. The 48 year old Bradley has spent the last eight weeks hospitalized and undergoing
Luck Be a Lady: Sexism at the Poker Table
"Are your thoughts. Because we're talking about not putting women in in these boxes. What are your thoughts on. Outside of the balts ways to make holkar a more welcoming game for everybody. I don't know like. I don't know i don't know what it is. I think like poker and general the poker communities really toxic. Think like it's the same as the gaming community. And like go on dischord go play online and you'll be called every name in the in the world and and even like some grimy poker rooms i grew up playing poker with guys who were constantly making me cry. Not all of them. But like it's male dominated. I think online poker. A lot of guys are playing and they don't know how to socialize. Well i don't know like don't think women are being driven at least women in my generation. Were not being driven into like engineering and mathematics and chess and all this stuff i think now they are more so i think we'll have more women in poker. I don't know. I don't know what to tell you. This is something. I ponder all the time. I don't know what the answers are. I go into a poker room. I never feel uncomfortable. I it's just. It's just not enough women. There's not enough women there. I don't know why what the main i think. There's many variables involved as to why that is so maybe we have less Were were more risk averse like we just I don't know what it is.
Welcome to Shondaland
"Tonight. We're talking about shonda rhimes. Who is like she's a total boss. Queen television absolutely all right so first. We'll talk a little bit about shonda. So shonda rhimes was born in chicago. Illinois in january nineteen seventy. She was the youngest of six children. Her mother vero was a college professor and her father. Eilly was a university administrator. And she'd said that she exhibited an early affinity for storytelling early on in her life. She attended marin catholic high school and served as a hospital volunteer which inspired an interest in hospital environments. She majored in english. And film studies at dartmouth college and she graduated in nineteen ninety-one at dartmouth the black underground theatre association. She divided her time between directing and performing in student productions and also writing fiction and after college. She moved to san francisco and worked in advertising but she moved to los angeles a little bit after that to stubby screening at the university of southern california. She was ranked top of her class at usc. And she earned the gary rosenberg writing fellowship. She obtained a master of fine arts degree from the. Us's school of cinematic arts. And while at usc rimes was hired as an intern by debra martin chase who was prominent black producer she also worked at denzel washington's company monday entertainment so after she graduated rimes was actually an unemployed script writer in hollywood and to make ends meet. She worked various jobs including as an office administrator. And then a counselor at a job center during this period rhymes worked as a research director documentary. Hank aaron chasing the dream which won the nineteen ninety-five peabody award. One thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight rhymes made a short film called blossoms. Unveils which starred. Jada pinkett smith and jeffrey rate. This is actually only credit as a film director. So that's nineteen ninety eight short film blossoms unveils new line cinema purchased a feature. Script of hers It ended up not being produced at that time but she received an assignment shortly thereafter to co write the hbo movie introducing dorothy dandridge in nineteen ninety nine which earned numerous awards further star. Halle berry. get out. I didn't realize that she colorado so interesting. Oh wait till you hear the the plethora of things that she's worked on. Oh no after grad school rhymes sold her first screenplay called human seeking same about an older black woman looking for love in the personal ads. And that film wasn't produced. But you have heard of her next project in two thousand and one rhymes wrote the debut film of pop singer. Britney spears the starring zoe saldana and taryn. Manning crossroads everybody. I didn't know that she wrote that. Get out up saying. I feel like it's been really it was really panned by the next but maybe for them. Okay no sometimes. It's it's sometimes you just want a nice story about friendship road trimming going on a road trip and having a nice time and may be hitting up a karaoke joint. Heck yeah and singing. I love rock and roll. That's all i'm saying is that maybe it's for them. I think lauren has actually seen crossroads. I have felt you know. She wrote that and then the next thing that she worked on in two thousand four was the sequel to the princess. Diaries called the princess diaries. Two royal engagement. Get out. yeah. I didn't realize that she was so like a dummy. I just assumed like shonda rhimes right out. The gate was grey's anatomy but apparently she was introduced are obsolete reduce. So she's working on all these film things in two thousand three. She actually wrote her first tv pilot. Abc it was about young female war correspondents but the network. Turn it down. You know what they didn't turn down ask project. So here's where sean hillen comes in sean. Billion is the name of rhymes production company shine million and its logo also referred to the shows that she has produced an also to rimes herself. So when we say shaun d land. It's like interchangeably sean. And her production company. Yeah and like the. Because i do remember like i think it was. Abc or nbc. I forgot what what channel she's on but it was. They were like girl a sorry But it was like thursday nights. Is sean the land. Because it was like it was like back to back to back to back shadowland shows. We'll talk about that. You have a basically they. They tried to rebrand thursdays. Like tgi. T thank goodness thursday because that its native shot in the land. I mean people are gonna watch no matter what they didn't need to need hype it up so The name shawn lane was stylized as capital s shonda capital l. Land one word from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen but since two thousand sixteen is all stylize lower case everything is lower case. It's always very recognizable font so you might often see in print as actually all lower case letters.
Trump acquitted in lightning-fast impeachment trial
"The Padres. NASA's perseverance Rover scheduled to land on Mars this afternoon. Retail sales jumped last month as we shopped more and Texas nurses tough it out to get to the hospital. That story in about 20 minutes. President Biden laid out a sweeping mission on Inauguration Day, declaring his gold to tackle the cascading crises afflicting America. He cited eroding faith in democracy and even in truth Growing inequity, systemic racism and the climate. The implication was that he would offer solutions or at least progress toe all of these crises. In reality, he'll have to pick his battles, and the choices he makes in the coming weeks will begin to set the terms of his legacy. More from Sean Zeller, editor at CQ Roll Call Shaun How do you see it? We've been living through a just a time where politics has become like Combat perpetual combat where the party's air after each other, where they have nothing nice to say about each other. So, although the outcome here was not what Democrats wanted I was struck by the tone of the whole proceeding, which struck me as quite somber and there were very few Republicans who were castigating the Democrats for like they were during Trump's first impeachment, you know, calling it a witch on calling and frivolous and ridiculous. For the most part, most of the Republican senators. Felt that Donald Trump had done something wrong here and they were. They were very sober about it, and we're not castigating the Democrats and vice versa. The Democrats were, I think, appealing to the jury jury, which included Republican senators and not trying to offend them by Saying that they were to blame for Donald Trump's behavior. Why was the tone different this time? I think Democrats really wanted to expand the number of Republicans who voted to convict they weren't they weren't expecting that they would get a conviction, which would require 67 votes and 17 Republican senators, but They wanted to get a number of Republican senators. And so you don't want to offend your jury and the tone of their argument. The House impeachment managers argument was Hey, we were the victims here. We were the people in the capital when the mob arrived, we were the ones fleeing from them and They praise. For example, Mike Pence the Republican Vice president Donald Trump's vice president, who they had pilloried for the last four years. They praised him for being there for overseeing the electoral vote count. Despite Donald Trump
Houston Texans president Jamey Rootes resigning after 20 years with franchise
"Lot of focus on what's been going on in Houston this off season. Wednesday. We learned team President James Roots, resigns ESPN Insider Adam Schefter today their president, Jamie Roots, resigned, effective immediately, and I think any time there's any news with the Houston Texans People want to know. How does this impact or read out with two Shaun watching, and I think the issue here is that there are people in that organization in and around the league who have questions about the direction of that franchise. Jamie Roots clearly was one of them. He was a part of the search process that basically blacked him out. Discounted and ignored the words of the search firm that the organization paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for and in the end, when with Nicolas Ariel, who obviously is a qualified candidate, no issue with Nick Osario, it's the way the organization ran the search and ultimately moved in the end. I think Jamie roots is uncomfortable with that he was uncomfortable with the direction of the franchise. Ultimately, after 20 years with the organization in which he made all their big business decisions, he decided to resign from his post, which I think is a reflection off the way that some people in that organization and some people around the league view that spot right now,
This change with policing in Denver needs to happen in every city in America
"The past six months the city of denver colorado has been running a brilliant pilot program to replace police when nine one one is called for at least seven different reasons that are connected to homelessness and substance abuse and poverty program is called star s. t. a. r. is stands for support team assisted response and it was inspired by one of my favorite programs in the entire country. We've talked about it. Multiple times here on the podcast cahoots and cahoots. Is the emergency response program. It has been around now for a generation in eugene oregon and the who's program now handles over twenty percent of eugene organs. Nine one one calls instead of police and it saves lives in eugene and it actually saves the city millions of dollars in the process and the big question about what the who's program does in oregon has always been whether or not it was going to work in a major american city like denver and the star program has answered that with a resounding yes and they just issued their six months report. And if you go to my facebook page if you go to the north star dot com. I've shared that report there. And if you're feeling nerdier walkie you can really get into the details but let me break down for you. The star program in denver decided to spend six months answering seven types of nine one one calls in four targeted areas of denver. Even those choices that they made were super smart. They chose one entire policing district so that they could have data on what would happen when they took over a large geographic area and then they chose three smaller police precincts which really represents smaller geographical areas but would give them some really actionable data to work with and of the seven hundred and forty eight calls that the star program actually answered that they took during their first six months. Listen not one. Single person was ever arrested and the denver police department was never even called one single time for backup. Nobody was killed by police. Nobody was sent to jail. Nobody was given a ticket. Nobody was given a criminal record and lives. were saved. and it's amazing two hundred and thirteen times. The star team responded to calls where people thought they saw someone strange in the area and as you may know those calls are actually sometimes forms of racial profiling or what i like to call poverty policing where someone poor or homeless is simply existing or walking and it gets on the nerves of more privileged people particularly privileged white people a hundred and forty five times. The star team responded to people in need who just wanted someone to check on a loved one ninety four times. They responded to someone who needed assistance in their home. Sometimes it was because of a mental or physical health challenge. Forty eight times. Listen to this. They responded with love and compassion to people considering suicide and none of those people committed suicide as you may know. Often one one is called during a suicide attempt. Police show up in kill. Those folk star team was able to talk each of those people through
The Robinhood stock app restriction on GameStop and others, explained
"The past two nights here on free talk live. We've talked in great detail about this robin hood situation Which was originally the game. Stop situation but then robin hood. The stock trading app decided. It wasn't just robin hood. It's it's been a bunch of stockbrokerage websites and apps and such. They have locked down people's ability to trade certain stocks. They've decided that they know what's best for you. And the shaun be able to. Trade rob skirts. Sorry robin shop able to trade game. Stop you shop able to trade. Amc and like a dozen other failing business now. Apparently the accents cryptocurrency. Now as well right. That's the latest news. As a matter of fact yes. So that's what i wanted to talk about here. Tonight was how now the very same app which apparently is forty percent of its revenue. I got the the clarification on this nobody because last night We were wondering are they owned by the hedge fund. That got hit the hardest by this whole game. Stop thing so the turns out the hedge fund is like forty of robin hood's business so there are big client apparently of robin hood. And so i thought it was that the company that owns robin hood also owns the hedge fund. Well that's what i had heard originally. But now i've read that they are a big client is apparently of hoods. Probably their largest client that forty percent of their revenue comes from said hedge fund now for listeners selling that hedge fund or i don't know how they're paid for don't they don't their fee free trading right. That's that's what their day are for retail investors. They may have a different level of -til tier of service for other people. I don't know. I don't know exactly what they're arrangement is with this company tied in deep with them this hedge fund that they're talking about has taken billions of dollars apparently in losses because of their short positions on the game. Stop and that's what. The news was two days ago. Was that these hedge. Funds were being taken for a huge ride and losing billions because they had short at game stop and what happened was a reddit. Community called wall street. Bets decided to organize just decided to self organize. And say well. We're gonna go and buy up this failing company game stop this physical media distribution location. And we're gonna put money into the stock and that resulted in the short sales having to be liquidated but they couldn't They couldn't get the short sale stock back because the guys who were buying the stock the the people in this group weren't willing to sell it so the price of the stock shot up insanely because there wasn't much available on the marketplace for these for these hedge funds to actually buy up so as a result of that the price of the game stop. Stock has gone up tremendously in the last month. It's gone up from like thirteen for fifteen bucks to over three hundred seventy dollars at point. I think it'd even crashed through four hundred dollars a couple of days ago now since gone down a little bit into the lower three hundreds. I believe as of yesterday. And i haven't checked today to see what happened to it so then yesterday the news was this robin hood. Stock trading app had told its customers that no sorry. We won't be letting you buy games game up or amc or some of these other failing businesses because protection. We're protecting you are our clients. They would only allow you to sell said stock if you had them in your inventory. Then at the end of the day yesterday they put out another press. Release reneging on that previous restriction and saying that okay Starting tomorrow we are going. To let you buy these stocks but in limited quantities.
Watson Wants Houston Texans Trade - No Matter The New Coach
"Be enemy. Who watson apparently liked and wanted at the beginning the talk. Now there's nothing better talk narrows it. The shaun watson is doesn't care who the head coaches that he's going to ask out and he wants to be traded now. This is the fact that i've tried to say speculation until he says something. But there's enough insight from these people who do their job morton schefter and and rappaport and all the people that it's this is not fake. It's obviously real people. Think laking this to these. I don't have any idea. But all of them have their sources. It's definitely there's there's no way it's anybody. But sean somebody connected to sean agent. A a buddy whatever it is we everybody has somebody that go to for this. And this is obviously real. The question is how real is the trade. How real would it be. And sean again. The texans on a on a give him all that money which he deserved. But putting a no trade clause in for twenty five year old and an and now if he decides to drop the no-trade clause he can decide where he goes. So let's say it was the pittsburgh steelers who wanted offer but it was less offer than the. Let's say the chicago bears and he says i'm not going to either one and i'm not going to be here so now you've been he'd that the only thing he does control about this he can hold out but he can also pigeonhole you into who you're going to trade with which may cost you less. Because they know the sean while you may get less for him because shawn watson can lead you down all six different teams and lead you down to. Here's the to. it's either here. i'm not going. And i'm not showing up now. You can call the bluff and say we're not trading you there for that and cause they're not we're not we're going to get somewhat close to equal value which is going to be impossible. But then you're going to have to hold out if you wanna play that kind of hard ball or less. Just gonna go in and say you know what we'll give you away for a cheaper price. Let the fact that he's unhappy as obviously real so. It's something that has to be discussed now. I'm not going to sit here and speculate will go into the jetsons you i don't know and none of us do and i don't know i still think it'd be stupid to trade him. But if you play hardball you and you're playing that okay. Are you going to hold out. You're not call the bluff.
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"It's official donald. Trump is no longer the president of the united states. As i speak. Joe biden and kamala harris are being inaugurated are being sworn in to their positions and we are about to enter a very new era of national politics of federal politics. I don't expect that it will be easy. In any way we have over-simplified our problems in the sense that we have blamed many of our deep systemic problems that predated trump. We have blamed many of those things on him including police. Brutality mass incarceration when those things were fully entrenched before he ever took office. But i want to say. And i want to talk about this this one thing today. I wanna say the one reason why. I'm going to have a serious degree of grace and patients with both joe biden and kamala harris. That i think a year ago. I probably would not have offered. Had the two of them been sworn in but a lot has happened over the past year. Let me tell you why. I'm going to have grace as they began this extremely difficult journey. Let me unpack and explain it. This is shaun king. You're listening to the breakdown. The breakdown the breakdown. If you've ever listened to this podcast or if you follow me on social media you've ever seen or heard me on the campaign trail for bernie sanders you know that. I've been a huge huge critic of joe biden and in particular. I've been a huge critic of his is policies and history and and kind of problematic past on issues of mass incarceration the war on drugs and policing and win this presidential campaign particularly we go all the way back almost two years now on the democratic primaries i started <hes> there was no coronavirus pandemic. There had been no attack on the american capital and the four hundred thousand plus people who've now died over the past nine months they were they were all alive and what has happened to our nation over the past year truly makes it arguably one of the most difficult years in modern american history of certainly over the past few generations at the very least. It's just been an unspeakably difficult year. And the truth. Is that all of the things that made twenty twenty so hard as we saw just continued into twenty twenty one now with trump out of office and with him off of twitter and i. That's no small thing. I i wasn't. I was on break from the podcast when he was booted from twitter and didn't get really didn't get a chance to really unpack it but having him off of twitter is damn near as big as having him out of the white house. Twitter was his superpower and with him no longer their misinformation and hate and so much other things so many other things just plummeted all over social media particularly on twitter. He he we now. Fully understand was the epicenter of hate and misinformation on that platform. And when you remove him all of a sudden so many other negative metrics plummeted as well now hate and racism and bigotry. Don't disappear when you remove him from twitter. But having trump out of office without the power of that position about the power to appoint judges and supreme court justices and cabinet members and white house staffers in without the power of executive actions without him and his incompetent team overseeing the a horrible response to the coronavirus pandemic a competent team can now be put in place and so a lot of the things that made twenty twenty difficult. Some of those things continue into twenty twenty one though with trump out of office his administration out of office and with him off of twitter. I think there are some things that will get better with that sale. Joe biden comma. Harris are literally about to begin. What i think will be the most difficult presidency in our lifetime
"shaun" Discussed on expediTIously with Tip "T.I." Harris
"Twenty races in philadelphia san francisco boston. We just help to win a race in los angeles. So i see people all the time. Say if shaun king and supporting this candidate. I don't want anything to do with it and it's i hold on. This is the candidate who is going to change the whole system. How you allowing your hate with me to get in the way of doing this. And i seen people do it all the time and some of it is people not having a real political education about how the system works in. Social media is a place that feeds on hate. He's on gossip right going. You post something. It ain't the place to go look for sympathy understanding at no. No no is not on there. Because and here's the thing. I have people i've this happen even with you. I have people all the time who tell me through. Dm sean i love you. I respect you. But anytime i post about you. The the negativity that people post them are comments is so harsh donna. I'm just not going little f people. Tell me sean just no support you. But with but only through. Dm and will what they do. Is they try to make you untouchable tip. And i've seen them try to do with you with cube or me or name one hundred people. They even tried to do for years with to make them to try to say to anti semitic and just asking the false and just now through our supportive to mika has. She finally gotten the attention. She deserves but they still won't have to make a on. Cnn they won't have her on msnbc and so their goal is to make our leaders and our spokespeople untouchable. And and i see it all the time and where now you do all this good work but there's certain people because it's like oh but i heard this about tip that about tips so i'm not gonna post this like all man. We got a young man. You know even if you have a problem with the messenger. Don't shun message. Messages was important. You know what i'm saying. we have. we have Like enormous gaps in holes within our communities. They need to be feel the need to be plugged And i'm all for stepping back list. Somebody else do right but it ain't nobody else like in ohio river to do what i'm doing so whether you like it or not. I'm the best mother book. We'll we'll we'll see people don't understand that man of my closest partner in this work is a civil rights attorney namely mary and open. Yeah that's right. You were just on a pet lee and lien. I went to morehouse together. We've known each other since we were kids and leeann. I have this phrase that we say all the time we say it's on us and.
"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge
"Brokaw's just an enclosing the Gross Monteiro podcast series. We just sort of thought with release a bunch of little snippets from the individuals that we Interviews part of the cost and for me just really sort of sharing is the key takeaways. Some of the tackles was just so many takeaways each individual that we interviewed so be short snippets and saw its into that. And I guess if you're interested are really encourage you guy back to the full podcast and listen to that but with wet rep that series so confident you and your over at you really enjoy back through the podcast and sort of getting some of those key aspects has been really Interesting barring any get different things every time you listen to it. Sorry and of course. If you've got any feedback or questions or anything I saw that always came amid always came to improve what I'm doing in this regard but if you've got any speakers resources questions that the more be interesting for you Please get in touch in touch with me. Is Vol Lincoln if you just search them for me a direct message? I'll come back to you on that sort of a better road. Really Love Your feedback associations of people or topics that we could look at moving forward so that would be great if he had the time to do that. So thank you Just a quick update. Expect to see some snippets. We'RE GONNA keep it pretty short and Niger am but really hope you enjoy and of course if you enjoy it and you get some value from that. Yeah it'd be really great that If you pass it on to anyone else that might benefit you know bright full that you've taken the Tana Listen Gilbert. Who's the amazing individual that helps us bring this podcast to lauch? Asked me this question and I'll match you. Not sure the arts but we're going to give it a guy so obviously we've been talking about growth mindset and that notion of a growth mindset. He said to me what is Hettie default on the mind and I guess you know it's a it's an assassination wine you sort of think of woods. Come to mourn as of Brian Conscious Brian. Subconscious Brian but sent the thing that sort of bubbles the sieff might not be overly so antiseptic. It's connell the off writing Center of law that controls decisions thoughts actions beliefs behaviors. And obviously that then Pity mutates yet to comes Be Good or bad and Yeah I guess it's operating center of Software for a fun author. The mind is the software for a body and as sort of controls. All sort of Has a major impact on how we experienced. Lawf- bay that good bed and whatnot. Here we overcome situations here. We go off to sit and this probably the best explanation armed revolt became to hear any other definitions of what the mind is. But that's the one that sort of just come straight Straight off the top of the tongue is Gil Asked that question so..
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"Hey everybody it's twenty twenty and over the holiday. I worked myself into being sick and I'm still fighting back. Against Instant Karma voice the way does and typically. I would tell you happy new year and I would say so without hesitation or reservation reservation. But we're not strange dangerous place right now. The president of the United States as clearly committed war crimes uh-huh against the country and is now threatening additional war crimes against that country has brought us to the brink of world war three. They need just another day to from voice to recover but I have just a short clip. I'm GONNA play for you. This is Shaun King and you're listening to the breakdown but the breakdown of a breakdown. You need just another day or two to lend my voice recover but I have a clip that I wanNA play for you. I'm sorry it's not suitable for children but it's a short clip of a standup routine from the late. Comedian George Carlin. We need him invoices like him so much right now because he was one of the few Comedians who spoke truth to the power on the issues of war in American imperialism and racism. And I have this short clip that I want you to hear in. It's sums up so much of what our country is experiencing right now. This clip is just twenty years old. But it's so relevant painfully relevant today. It's almost as if he recorded it last night. Here we go. Here's the clip from George Carlin and I'll be back with you. Try I two cooler tomorrow if I can but if not I'll be back with you soon take care bye. This country is only two hundred years old and already we've had ten major wars. We average a major war every twenty years in this country. So we're good at it. That's a good thing and we are. We're not very good at anything else anymore. Can't build a piece in car can't make a TV center VCR worthy faulk got no steel industry left candidate. Our young people can't get healthcare to our old people a week in bomb the shit out of your country `specially if your country is full of Brown people the we like that. That's our hobby. That's our new job in the world bombing Brown people Iraq Panama Grenada Libya. You've got some Brown people in your country. Tell them to watch the fuck out. We'll goddamn them. When's the last white people you can remember. Remember that we bomb. Can you remember the last white. Do you remember any white people. We've ever bombed the Germans. Those are the only ones and that's only because they were trying to cut in on our action they wanted to dominate the world. Bullshit that's our fucking now. We only bomb brown people not because they're trying to cut in our action just because they're Brown. Now you probably noticed. I don't feel about that war the way we were told we were supposed to feel about that war the way we ordered and instructed by the United States government to feel about that war mind doesn't work that way. I got this real real moron thing I do. It's called thinking I'm not a very good American because I liked to form my own opinions. I excuse roll over when I'm told to sad to say most Americans just roll over on command not me. I have certain rules else. I live by my first ruled. I don't believe anything. The government tells me not.
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"I don't believe in this idea of people being self made. If you if you yourself made you probably are loof to the people that have actually helped you along the way now. I'm all for this idea that you weren't born rich. I I was not born rich and probably all but two three of you who listen to this podcast. You were not born rich so I get that but all of us have had help somewhere somewhere by somebody along the way. And that's definitely my story. I'm not going to go all the way back to the beginning of my life but I wanna take this opportunity to thank a few the people I before I share the great news. A few people who over the past few years have made all the difference in being. I don't just mean like sending encouraging aging at listen I love and encouraging tax to DM or email and so thank all of you who send those but a few people have opened doors for me over these past few years. And I just WanNa take a moment to thank them First and foremost Susan and Marcos and the entire team at the daily coast all the way back in two thousand fourteen just weeks after Eric Garner Mike Brown John Crawford easel. Ford were murdered by police Susan. Who was one of the lead editors at the daily coasts wrote me and offer me a job and I had been a journalist and a writer? You're in some capacities a student journalist at morehouse and I'd always loved riding and all the public speaking that I do like riding is kind of the the the bed rock of even the speaking that I do but she had seen all the work that I was doing on social media sharing and writing kinda micro stories of injustice us and offered me a job on the spot to just continue talking and writing about injustice in the United States states in around the world about police brutality and it was a wonderful opportunity that I want it and need it. I didn't even know it was available. And frankly I had had never even heard of the daily Kos but they welcomed me to that team Susan and Marcos and the entire staff. They're welcomed me and it made all all the difference because it opened the door As a young journalist it opened the door from me that I didn't even know was available and that opportunity community changed my life for year. I wrote almost three to four stories a day. Every single day for the daily coast and they helped promote them and to promote me and share them and they defended me and supported me every step of the way and it meant the world to me while I was at the daily coast I got added a call from a guy named Jim Rich. Who at the time was one of the lead editors for the New York Daily News? And I'd been covering a lot of stories of police. Brutality even came out of New York particularly the case of Eric Garner. And Jim told me Sean I read every story that you right You Know I. I don't think there's anybody in the country that writes like you do tells the stories like you do and tells them with the passion and urgency that you do in Jim told me says Sean I think I'm going to become the editor in chief of the New York Daily News and I want you to be one of my first hires and I was excited and blown away. By the opportunity. We were living in California at the time and then we were about to move to back to Atlanta. And I didn't get a call back from Jim for. He was several weeks or something makes me think he was even a few months and he did though eventually. Become the editor in chief and made me. One of the first people will that he hired in recruited to his team. He made me the senior justice writer at the New York Daily News and basically told me that I could write whatever I wanted a a bout. Whoever I wanted however I wanted to write it which was a level of freedom that I didn't understand not being from New York that had hardly ever been been afforded any writers for the Daily News and as I would walk around New York City and people would recognize me? They would tell me Sean. The Daily News has the problematic history on a lot of issues around police brutality race racism white supremacy and people will tell me all the time like man. I don't even know if I've seen the words white supremacy in the Daily News until I started reading your stuff and it was just a huge huge honor to be writing for national paper to be given a senior position at the New York Daily News and to have so much trust Put in me by Jim and it built my confidence in the field and it helped built my platform as a leader as an activist journalist if you will and It just it made all the difference. It's my good friend. Glint Glenn Greenwald then made an opportunity available for me the intercept I left the New York. Daily News take the opportunity at the intercept and I I enjoyed my time at the intercept so very much same thing and they just gave me the freedom to write about whatever stories. I wanted to cover on issues of race. Racism white supremacy police brutality not just in the United States but all over the world and and the entire team there at the intercept. Welcome me with open arms. It was my first experience in almost what I would call an an alternative news room that that was deeply counter cultural and was approaching the news with the level of depth breath and and boldness that I think is unique in the space at that. Same time I was offered the opportunity to become writer in residence for the fair punishment project at Harvard Law School. And My Buddy Rob Smith who I'll be with later today offered me that opportunity the and so I'd been at daily Kos and then the New York Daily News and then I was given an opportunity to be the writer in residence at at Harvard Law Law School and then joined the team at the intercept and the entire staff. There was just brilliant and they have so many amazingly gifted if two people on that team. Well Tom Joyner offered me and opportunity to be voice for Social Justice. Sometimes you in the morning show and I really got that opportunity for for two reasons. First and foremost The journalist Roland Martin had invited me to be a guest with him on the morning show several times and it gave me an opportunity just to talk my talk and do what I do and Tom Liked it and civil liked it. She's the Co host of the Tom. Joyner morning show and an. Tom Knew me a little bit. I'd met Tom a couple of times. All the way back to when I was a student and young graduate of Morehouse College Way Way back in the day but Tom and Sybil heard what I did on the show when I was the guest of Roland Martin and I'm grateful for that door that Roland Open for me and that Tom and cymbal opened up for me and for the past almost four years now. Now I've been on the show. Every Tuesday and Thursday the voice of Social Justice and and again they allow me to go hard on injustice every single Tuesday and Thursday. And I'll tell you what I told them. It never really even felt like worked for me because I loved what I was doing. Love how I was doing it and I'm just so grateful eightfold that I got those opportunities all right. I have a quick word from our sponsors but then I'll share the great news with the alright. I'll be right back. We are super picky about who we allow to sponsors here on the breakdown. We always check our companies out for their integrity and decency. 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The breakdown is a part of a wider company called the Northstar and the North Star in many ways as a tech startup a media startup that has been entirely funded by the generous support of our members. And we are so grateful for all of your generosity. Rossy that's even why we're able to exist where we're building a new IPHONE APP a new android APP in a brand new website for the Northstar that in all those things going to launch in between two to four weeks from now and we hope it's two weeks it could be four at the most but we are really excited about how how powerful and wonderful. The new website is going to be in. Those new APPS are going to be and we'll be announcing the exact date when they launch wjr but when our new website and APPs launch. They are two things that we're going to have that. I am really really excited. About first. First and foremost I'm going to be writing a new daily column for the Northstar and I'm going back to my roots at the New York. 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"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge
"Can you quickly explain what a behaviors and llosa reference stat recently at our p._r. We are <hes> semina- you chit <hes> the southwest airlines behavior of three forty six planes in the air. If more member saves me wrote so i just talked to us about what behaviors and just maybe just unpack that three forty six planes near you bet so it is a term firm was coined by jim collins jerry horse in their book good degrade and trademarked and we we honor that trademark stand for big airy audacious the dacians goal. It's had some other <hes> related definitions that that might be more fun and the ideas to put a stake in the ground tended ended twenty-five if not further out <hes> some misconceptions that doesn't need to have a deadline it just something that you want to achieve long term but it needs to be measurable. You need to know that you've accomplished it. So how whereas the purpose is something like bicycles because the mind or to be the third place doesn't mean you're gonna do that for everyone. The beehive is the measurable part of that that you achieve like. Naomi simpson wanted to change the way gifting was done in australia. Let's give gift people experiences that they're going to remember for lifetime than stuff that might will to be eaten eaten within a week and by the measurable part of that was but you'd like to get at least two million of those experiences <unk> in australia over a decade period again when she by two years so southwest airlines and i remember we were in there working with them and in the two thousand we were bringing in executives and they were kind enough to kind of open up their doors and share how they did their magic it and one of the key ideas jim collins is that and and most of the strategy professors which is if you really wanna dominated ommited marketplace you have to be different and a lot of people think they're different but they're not really me if you price the same way is your competition..
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"This is shaun king and you listening to the the breakdown the breakdown of the breakdown breakdown. Hey everybody just wanted to check in.
"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge
"And I could just see this fever, and I could see the start in the eyes and, and sit to them, you want power. You say gave me one, pal. I will it was pal. I will not get the chart our leaders and it was so cool to see that. Said enthusiasm in lab and stark and energy in these kids is these kids, even at ten years old. I think it'd being Trump's form sipping. And I think, you know, the more people say, I it was going to say crowds crowd of what is, I think the more people can get in the water. Sure happy me pedal out in a relatively civilized. Freshman taken into I think it can make the world a bit of place. Can typically dimension connectability to, to this wonderful spurt that sipping gives us. I'm just so thankful to have been a surf to have experienced that. And to still be a sofa. I'm not in have been in the pro thing for many, many years now for decades, but still get the same thieving of stuck out of sifting that many years ago when I was, you know, one of the top guys. Absolutely. And while we're on that notion of stuck describe what that is because assigned before the podcast more young kids in agony into two surfing, if my wife and the small, but my give me when I get off one in a fist, dais of wives. As long as small of never seen before it's this path amazing deep small, and it's sorta hard to describe science. For those people that may be unfamiliar with that Tim service called stock. What is that? I think it's part you for you. It's pug, personal power. Is potty supplement Padre pod. Exhilaration it's vote. But it's als- it's surfing. And it's not a coup like heck need to him stood is what a Syphis earned in the only word in the world that describes that feeding when you stand up in a wave for the fish time all the last time that feeling of tippety in love and passion energy. I'm start. And that's how I try to route through laugh. Man, I try to ride laugh stood. Absolutely. Now, it's cried tag. Grad explanation in Lorca lock your hope that more people were since it in field. It off his friends and business than they sort of mid to light. Did he's pick-up sieve? If a fist Tom and I just love it gives them this, a Skype gives them this freedom essential relax action. And particularly when I consider do that with the kids, so they family is just wholesome United. So it's not sandy on something that needs to be a picked out. This is as young pushed nothing. People can pick it up arguably at any point in Thome love. So it's, it's good. And you book Hewlett to the fact that an interpretation of that is seven give me a metaphor for lawf-, and you quite will touch on his savings, Zola bet on. Cindy that feeling of tagging a risk, or take that leap of faith every tomboy jump into the ocean. And I think that's true of law in the mini decisions, we make often taking risk trust in this will result in upside. Can you share any personal examples of that way, you've taken that risk goal made that decision as he said before, and what that's become Donna United to proper detach on, but the one in the book that risen nights for me in a very important, one more my kids and tell him is maybe early on the notional when you had a roommate, that was making choices encourage you to indulge in and said, choices and Tim's of the drug tagging. And you were confronted as a young person trying to fit in the no shore, making nine. I mean, that was a pretty powerful choice. Mattel think at the end girl Austin school, and it kept school to route the codes and the first one that came back from that young girl, I'll be myself and it was like an infant for youth was such a powerful statement. And I just think back to when I was on the north shore as a young trauma mic, my way and staying with the same with a guy often Bahir women, I was eighteen nineteen years old. And I'm staying there. I mean I was staying with Ghani's family. And, you know, these that, well, should I just go on with flood or should I be myself? And, you know, you're gonna make the decision to serve so quickly. And now I say to young people you going to be faced with decisions can be laughing death. Maybe don't quite realize it at the time. And if it's an important decision need you just need to think twice. And get thousands of kids, Sean, to think twice what's gonna happen when you that decision comes your way, when he stuck in that railroad checking the train's coming down at you. You're trying to make you, it's what you're gonna do unless I just think twice twice and. Think twice about save you laugh. So I think there is a moment there, where you have to be introspective and think twice about the risk. But we're so that is counterbalanced with sometimes the risk that you have to take him or the to achieve greatness. And yes, I took risks. That's a calculated risks. So introspection was always an aspect of the risk that I took pedal, the bans pop on board. I've never been before not just hit to come to the table. And I didn't really know how that boat is going to go because it was crazy bold with all this rock on. Dropped into the wave and changed the way poplin we've ridden use a took a risk. But Aeneas sit-ups strong could hold my breath, four and a half minutes could pedal foster than anyone in the world that could swim foster than any city in the world. Mitigated that, that Chris, but with physical attributes with, I think, mental, Paula sir, the is the counterbalance with risk. But. I think kids have two years that instinct coma fish sipping Brent. Instinct was the best moments missing happen when inside the chief operating on instinct, and sometimes you instinct tells you what's rot instant tells you to take that Trump even that's lead time because, you know, you're gonna make it and your instinct tells him that I'm not gonna take puff of it here. Went pop Chris. It's just not the right thing to do. So sometimes you have to follow that, and that can help you deal with the risk of uncertainty. Amp -solutely will to clear outcomes, famo- understanding, and that decision. You went on to become we'll champion and unfortunately, for the other individual hidden avodados. Yeah. There's not much that has come up of drugs, other than great music in any Basell understand he was a competent. Oh, he's a gifted sifter his grit unions. Great Sufa as good as I mean as good as I was, I think, Sydney, tremendous talent, which is sad that he made the wrong decision, but the pressures on the people to sunk a from a beautiful son. And I wasn't there an experience we can't be there twenty four seven and we just hope that. Instill, young people that power confidence, you're not Jamaica shooter souvenirs from young. You do risky staff. And I hit to live with it. Terrible loss of boy, made one mistake, I wanna tell people tell kids, why did you think of joking? Why do you think of while city on until deputies in two thousand six the twenty fourth April Funchal boys did, and he made a bad decision just like you can make a bit decision. So you'll decisions on critically important. So his way to fund some power to help you make the right decision. A will Powell Roger code code can help you navigate through laugh and thin. That's a great transition to the next question. I think as parents, we wanna help kids discover the purpose. They passion to have a great loss hair of you help Jia young, sung look and that Jay he's nine years old. Now, as we talked about before he's, he's almost the decks, more daughter, Sifi, Harry, you helping annoying your own. You know brought his code or find his passion. And having the privilege to be a dad again. And having a sick and Charles. It's about the time. Yeah, you have the time you spend Dahbi play with me. Work to do a daddy, complete with me. Yes. I think that. As parents. I think the most important thing we can do for children is, is to spend time with them because we ain't got one girl, and I'm, I'm as dad. Maybe there's times rid. Matthew asked me to play on. Couldn't us too. Busy chasing profits sales, growth, one company, and couldn't take them savings. The safest really good. Now. You. You are maybe the next time when now league wants to do something. Okay. Am I fit values? That's just the fundamental Sydney him. And my wife unit with the could speed found for them, and it's a fun process. I mean there's about the books and take him sitting at number of times. He's still sticky push into hobbies entertainment season to go for me. And sometimes he loves to sit with his his the I'm just so grateful in another chance of being a damn again. Not Kuan soon. I'll think maybe people realize that way too late and law from that. Don't give taking chance. So I think it's really powerful that you've grappled that in Iraq to source on that cause lice. I lost a series of choices. He's the last Kushner wanna throw at you may be. But a reflective ones knowing what, you know, now, what voice would you pass on tonight, young teenager that land on the north shore with this drink, what would it boss, would you pass on a few could related to that young chip? Well, the first one is thinking, interviewed by penthouse magazine. Attention. You didn't. We meant this process with seventy thousand thousands of people, a lot of people rides. I mean, everyone Registan much beautiful different stuff and a lotta people rats a will be present. Out of people rob, I'll be prison, and a lot of people realize that laugh is fleeting, and that, sometimes with surfaced on the next thing that be not focused on the thing, which is rod now right in front of us and. As always in bishops, always wanted to win the next contest. And, and maybe you would have said. Just enjoy the ride, but more. It's funny. You say that because Richie McCaw on either that you fell a rugby Bennis. He said the deck Sam thing. He said that a an his woods was sort of more along the lines of all Wishaw enjoyed that Jenny just a little bit more. He was always the the Knicks Cup thing. The next guy, brother, being present is an think he missed some of those moments is things he could've cited and enjoyed Robin always looking forward United States. Jekyll the sun after. Next win wave that mixed here that mixed, but makes violent set so much being conscious of being grateful of the things you achieve dighly on the Janney to achieve the world championship or the World Cup or whatever it is that you will gone voglio GAO. It's and that daily reflection on on progress on wins. I didn't have any regrets about Partha. Partha fuller decisions took I mean, not always tried to do, good, tunes route my career, always tried to give back to Susan considering they me so much. And a slow do still try to get bit Sieving slow drowning give back to the community because the community and unless been good to me. And all they have that I think that responsibility of. Of risk prostate, and what I've found through the trials of, of hitch injury through suffering three losing my beautiful boy. And that is, when you help others, you help yourself more you wanna he'll you've been through tragedy. You've had loss one. He'll help someone else when he'll help someone else and Sydney that is what I've found every time..
"shaun" Discussed on Stellar's Podcast Series with Shaun McCambridge
"Of course, when you find your pips you federal, I wasn't gonna leave because that was my dream, I knitted bar code mission, Herkus, a high calling by something beyond goes together and go spins. It's enough to pay me a royalty. And it's a really simple way to fun and to find your pips. You can get a booth for the first time on the beach and feel the same way as state stated feels when he pedals out, reg sip from the wheel, you can feel that same thing. Welcome to the debunking you'll growth mindset podcast with Sean mccambridge in this podcast. We will unpack practical ways to help you grow and build on your current mindset and challenge old habits. So you can see the potential that's within Essel and learn how to get out of your own way. I was chewing Thompson inspirational individual almost championship voter is one of the credits civil talk. He's an author..
"shaun" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"Action. First and foremost, I posted five action steps on my personal Instagram page at Shaun king on Instagram. Please go there and take all of those steps because they are have the phone numbers in the Email addresses of many of the people that you need to contact in do those things they help I've seen them helping other cases it lets the people in power, there know that you're watching and that you care the please try to do all of those action steps between the hours and nine AM and four PM those of the office hours eastern standard time. So that they have the most impact, but let me give you one big new action item. I need us to contact the governor of Florida. Rhonda Santa's listen put away your views for him for a moment. Put away your thoughts that this won't matter that that he won't listen that this won't do anything because he actually just fired just a few months ago. He actually just fired the the sheriff of Broward County. He is watching what happens in Broward County, very closely. And it's weighing on him politically in a major way and politicians are political. They hate to be contacted in flooded with emails and phone calls and tweets from people about a topic that make them look bad. So here's the first thing they were going to do I need you to call the governor's office. I need you to pick up your phone, call them, and let them know how much you believe the Broward County officers who brutalized fifteen year old Luca role. Let the governor's office know that those officers need to be fired and charged with a salt. We need the governor to weigh in on this ask to speak to a real person and asked him to file a report or to leave a message for the governor. Now, here's the thing. I need you to be respectful, but persistent if they if they tell you we can't do anything or you've called the wrong number asked to speak to somebody who is the right per. Person. It's actually law that they take your message so be respectful, but be persistent now, here's the one number that I want you to call saving a phone because after we all star calling. They're gonna be overwhelmed by it. And I want you to get through to a real person. Here's the one number. You have to ask to speak to someone and leave a message or file a report the number is eight five zero seven one seven nine three three seven again. The phone number is eight five zero seven one seven nine three three seven. If you need to look over my Instagram page. Listen to this podcast few times to get your worse together and get your thoughts. Together. Let them know that you want the governor to weigh in and fire these officers, and that you want him to encourage that assault charges be filed as well. All right again. The number is eight five zero seven one seven nine. Three three seven the bring the break. The. Breakdown. Thank you for making it all the way through this episode of the breakdown. Listen, we're not just here. Change the news. We're here to change the world if you haven't already subscribed to this podcast. We'll be right back here every single weekday breaking down important news stories in issues, and we'd love you to subscribe here on your favorite podcast app. Share this with your friends and family are next big goal is to have one hundred thousand subscribers and we're just not going to get there without also have you left a review yet if not please leave your best review when you get time. We already have five star reviews on all the platforms. But we still need you to weigh in. So if you love this podcast, let us know in the review section, right? Of course. Thank you so much of the nearly thirty thousand founding members of the north star whose generosity even makes this podcast possible, we love and appreciate each of you. So very much now if you love this podcast that you really want to support our work or you wanna see the show notes and transcripts. Redjep assode. We'd love it. If you consider becoming a founding member of our community, and you can do that at the north star dot com there. We only have our podcast what hundreds of original articles and stories and commentaries some of the leading scholars and thinkers in the world. Lastly shoutout to podcasting director, senior producer Willis who's on the road in still producing this podcast. Big man for your hard work on this. And every episode take care everybody.
"shaun" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"We've got people pretending to be black who are actually white. Rachel dulles. All is is one example, the other kid king, Shaun Shaun king. He was he was the head of a local CPA chapter. She was too. Yeah. And so she and this and and Shaun white continues to pretend he's black. That's funny. You just says are mistakenly said Shaun white Uh-huh. shows. That's what he should changes name because he is as white Shaun king continues to perpetrate that scam. Then he's a black guy. He's black activist a Black Panther. Yeah. You're you're is Black Panther. As I am Shaun king. It's pathetic. Anyway. This couple is white. But they're becoming black. They are definitely becoming black. It's not enough to pretend light skinned blond scout making headlines around the world when she had injections to change the color of her skin over the past two years Martina big has radically altered her appearance in order to become a black woman and this morning followed every step of her controversial story. Great. We're no us young. I to Cope's upheld why next up is going to pump up. My lips. Also my. My eyebrow color has changed and. That I'm changing to a black woman. I like the curve of black woman, and I want to get them step by step. Tina is. Hey. Husband, Michael Anka, moaning to buy. Thank you. You look at the different. I mean, we have been following your story. And you were you will never come with your natural appearance. My netra plant. Cutie, but.
"shaun" Discussed on The Full 48
"Don't do as a mistake. Don't the coast leader. That's a bad road to go. So I sleep the whole flight for sure. Nice. So you get to the books or whatever later. Do you have a book or movie on this trip that you're eventually going to get to? Yeah. Yeah. Probably the four agreements for green. I'm working on that was that about I'm working on it. It's a mix. It's a mix of. It's it's it's kind of like a mix of you know, as far as working on the elements of of your approach, you know, your approach on on life. Right. You know, I'm more of a kind of a self conscious kinda guy, you know, working on your inner self, right? And so I like those roots self self help, you know, just working on on your inner self. I like those type of type of books is there one thing that stood out? So far that you're thinking like, you know, what that's great. I'm hanging onto that one like that that piece of of wisdom. I think it's more your your approach to people, you know, like just kind of when when you're talking to people when you're done with different people. You know, just how your response, right? The patients. The patients is always the hardest part for me, you know, and and for probably everybody, right? It's kind of the time instant gratification right now. And so, you know being patient, and you know, and maybe thinking little bit before you, speak and react. I would think that those are those are all good piece of advice. Those are things that I would have never thought like that Shaun Livingston needs to know, you strike me basically, the of of your career the patients part of it is kind of built into it..
"shaun" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"There's no incentives to do that okay but he can yes yes he's capable if he signs for one year i think twenty nineteen when there's massive amounts of cap space and guys on the free agents really interesting interesting that would be a huge moment for the warriors do you ever think boredom factors into their decisions no but i think boredom is a results in symptoms that can restlessness kevin that's why my whole thing about the next wave of supporting cast that they bring in here has to be guys who are obviously young enough to extend the window yes the warriors but also old enough to know what it's like right do you have you you you basically people with david west kind of well like knowledge of they made a tremendous acquisition with shaun livingston which before they got title they need which sign with the mid level right they need a player like that and i haven't studied the list they need because his andre with dollar shaun livingston they've been so instrumental to the success here they're getting old man they're not they're getting to a point where you can't keep doing that and packaging macaws a lovely player but this two things one is the young guys that they have i don't think any of them really had the passing acumen that those two guys have as high level passers in this league high level iq those contracts are going to get could get back yeah absolutely but then the other thing also is if you talk about young guys have.