18 Burst results for "Smolin"

"smolin" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"smolin" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

"This episode leeann pleased to introduce you to one of the nation's top coaches for workforce professionals. His name is rich. G and he is the founder and principal of rich g high performance coaching in his role rich supports a broad range of people who seek to improve their on the job. Results and career outcomes. After nearly a year of workplace disruption from covid professionals are seeking ways to get unstuck to find and adopt new strategies. That will make them effective leaders in their field support. And that's where riches involvements with them truly payoff we cover a lot of ground in this episode including how rich engages with professionals to help them succeed but we also venture into other areas of discussion including how changes in the workplace affect worker performance and richest thoughts on how the gig economy will help us to find into meaningful work. I spoke with rich g in december. Twenty twenty over zoom ritchie. Welcome to the podcast dan. It's a pleasure to be here on a cold december morning. No it's raining outside so before we get started. I was wondering if you could tell us about your company. G high performance coaching. What is that exactly. And how do you provide value to your clients. That's a question. I get a lot because a lot of people don't know what coaching inns. So i usually start out whenever. I do a workshop or all webinar presentation of product group. I always start with this quote by buzz aldrin. There are people who make things happen and there are people who watch things happen and there are people who wonder what happened. Who are you going to be. Twenty twenty one. And that's really what encapsulates. Mike coaching is that i get you to make things happen. A lot of people sit by the sidelines ago. How did he do that. How did she do that. Oh my goodness. I get you there so i help people step back and look at their career or their business from the long perspective. What's working what isn't working. Is it time for a change. And that's a critical juncture. A lot of people are afraid of changing something that they think has worked for years in isn't working right now but they're afraid to change it to get them out of that comfort zone into an area that might scare them a little bit and most importantly how do i make that change. So let's talk about the high performers. You coach how would you describe them. And the work that they do high performers is kind of like a misnomer but those are the people out there. And you're probably wanna you are one but a lot of your listeners. Are high performers. There are people out there crushing it every day. But they feel that they might have hit a ceiling crest in their career or their business and they need someone to help them break through to the next level or they're stuck or have been blindsided in their career and have to get back up in start crushing again. So that's why. I'm not near life forever like cable tv. I'm there for about a months or a year or two to help you get back into crushing it. So what motivates someone to pick up the phone and call you rich well. They want to accelerate their success. That doesn't just mean money. It's increasing the challenges. The interactions the fund of business. We all look for and they pick up the phone because they realize they can't do it alone. They hear from a colleague or trusted friend that they should maybe hire a coach. It's very common for who's successful executives in business owners to have a coach. They don't advertise it. And i'm one of the best kept secrets in. Since

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"smolin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:06 min | 11 months ago

"smolin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Rolling. Caroling. Role. Next on a menu. We got bubba Wallace about him a couple of weeks ago. The Nascar Racer that you know took a stand and spoke up about the confederate flag. NASCAR got behind him and said that they were going to ban the confederate flags from the arena and outside of the arenas at their races. which you know, your baby, a boy commended them I was so surprised that they will take that. That stand but you know really kind of like warmed my heart, and after talked about, Bubba he really kind of became. This national figure Will Bay Bay two weeks ago. He actually in one of his garages fail a noose hanging in his garage. At again. He made national headlines with this new the FBI. B. I. came in and investigated, and then the FBI reported that it wasn't a hate crime and said. said that the news had possibly been there for four years, or could have been there for up to four years, and the public quickly started criticizing Bubba calling him a liar. They started calling him Jesse Smolin, and all of these things and to me I'm just like wait. Wait way like with happening and bubble quickly released a statement saying that despite with the FBI is saying that it and then they were. were, trying to say that it wasn't a news, it could been like a hanging break. Not a break or something tied from the garage like know if you've seen the photos of the is a news. Okay, and so again and put my baby boy backup on the menu because I am very proud of how he has been handling himself and saying that despite with FBI, saying that it's not a hate crime. Crime that the news could have been up there for up to four years. He's like what he is saying that. Okay. It's still a news and someone still hung a noose in this garage, and let's talk about that like that's still a problem. News is just don't be hanging around, and so we re regardless of whether or not win the new slip their a noose was still there, and how inappropriate is. Is and for me. I just thought the timing of it was weird that after he's come out, he's become this national figure that all of a sudden he finds a news. However, the FBI came in reported that like through the evidence that they could find that the news had been there and so, but okay whether or not it was their whatever they place. This I might still plays the news and A. A garage of a person that's like Nascar and like, and they don't WanNa. Talk about that. They just kinda like one a flash under the rug and I'm like. No, it's still a news still inappropriate and so again, but has been getting a whole bunch of backlash from again. The Nascar community, basically them calling him a liar, however again have to champion champion champion Bubba for rising above all of that you. You know instill standing on the platform that he still stands on and I just have to come in there because they let me just tell you off, spicy bryce would have been with them to the finger cuff and everyb- eighty everybody out like. Are you kidding me, but you know. Bubba took to the higher road and is still say the same thing that he's been saying that black lives matter okay. Let's go, Bubba, but I just wanted to update I, told you. I got anymore news about Bubba our put it back on. You as I just wanted to keep my word. Just give you the information that.

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"smolin" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"smolin" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Might need a little right. Back. Last week the NASCAR community showed their support for Bubba Wallace. After a noose was discovered in his garage. Talladega the FBI can an investigation and found that the news had been in that garage since at least October of twenty nineteen and was used as a door pool. They also said nobody could have known. Wallace would have been assigned to the same garage last week, and since we didn't have shows last week. You guys were not able to comment on this so Shannon. What are your final thoughts on what happened? Skip I don't really know what the the the blower was about with Bubba Wallace, because first of all bubble wallace did not reported. But Now he might have saw picture of it, but it was before he got there. He was notified. He was brief of what transpired, so everybody's trying to make bubble wallace, not to be. Justice Smolin is gravely sadly mistaken. SKIP. It was the news now. NASCAR didn't need the FBI to come in and tell them what it was. It was a news skill and people will. Yes, it was a new skip. If I kill a fly with my shoe, my she was not a flyswatter is still a shoe I? Just use it for something different. That is a news that they use for garage pool. Now you bring the FBI and if the. Someone put this. They're trying to intimidate both bubble. Who did it? That's what you're trying. That's why you bring the FBI in. You need to be able to tell you what it was. Hey, you're looking at it, look. I'll tell you what go to any page news if you will. Does it look like what hanging bubble, Wallace his garage now think about all the tracks. All the garage if there's forty three cars, forty five cars given Sunday running. Their own garage as many tracks, they have I. Think it's always sixteen hundred only one. They had a news now. Eleven still use the rope pool skip. I grew up in been in garages grew up on the farm. Now normally when you have a pool that you will pull it now. What Mr Joe would use what we call a ball. He would fix it, so it was like a ball. Just gravity pull down God or Just.

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"smolin" Discussed on Podcast | Don Rheem

Podcast | Don Rheem

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"smolin" Discussed on Podcast | Don Rheem

"Seen organizations with great leaders. Were engagement is high. What do you see? Is The differences differences there. I think the thing that I see more often is the folks who are able to really grasp the idea of what it means to have. An engaged workforce are able to translate it into specific kinds of were projects tasks. If you will. It's not just things you do to enhance the relationship with people as I can translate that into well specifically what nor workplace is it costing us not to actually do more or what's where the opportunities if we were to engage more with the workforce to get them to produce results. If you will that are going to translate into the bottom line so I've seeing that actually in real time Both working with you and then in the aftereffects if you will when you've come and talk to different groups that I've been with and other clients that I've invited. How did you went to talk to? We've seen it. You know the data's right in front of the CFO sitting in the room and the CFO says Oh my God that's causing about a million bucks in in just stayed right there. Nothing would happen so interestingly seen as the follow up from there so the follow up. Sounds like this. How do we take this translated into a specific perfect project with the beginning and an end that if we're successfully completing this project will produce those kinds of outcomes and that's been the the Lynch pin it's the translation translation other into something tangible that they could actually work on as as do some amorphous thing that you know they don't know where to start where to grab and what what will come from it? Yeah and that's one of the reasons of course that we measure engagement at three we. We measure clients in their first year as a baseline and then we measure your every subsequent year to show the growth as they use our training and our manager Resource Center DOT COM website for their managers are average an. I don't know if I told you this. Less aren't average improvement in employee engagement across all of our companies and just the first year alone is at twenty three percent improvement in the number of employees who are engaged and that translates into higher productivity higher profitability higher levels of retention fewer accidents. It's really remarkable when when people start to see what happens at this journey of focusing on engagement measuring it as you go. But when we do measure engagement we always find these disengaged employees we have two categories of them the actively disengaged which are just a hardened people that just aren't doing the bare minimum that we have another category we call the somewhat disengaged. What from your perspective? What is the impact of these disengaged employees in organizations? You touched on. I don't know what your experience experiences been. But my experience has been this everyone out. There is competing. Nobody's getting an easy or free ride in what they do. So when we talk about not only the the the talent pool not growing anymore we also talk about the world. They're involved in is a whole lot more competitive and so they're looking for or an edge if you will and not just specific edge but things they can do that. Not only differentiate them but engaged their workforce more to get more out of them. And I think there's just so for for you go with tools and equipment if you will that make us more productive and I think you actually have to get into what is it. We're missing about the human being in front of a that have been a whole different way. Exactly yeah you're you're so right and you know I come. From a manufacturing and industrial Israel family my grandfather was the founder of remanufacturing largest manufacturer water heaters in the world and back in the days when he was building that into a fortune. Two hundred company employees -ployees were viewed as interchangeable parts machine. This is the period. When economists started referring to people as human capital of a person wasn't working out you'd unplug them and plug in someone when new but in this market talent is scarce? We have to hold onto the good people we have And work with those. That aren't great to see if we can create the conditions where they can do better We can't just people out anymore. Retention is a huge issue today and and Just a sense from you. I'm telling our clients that their retention in strategy is more important than their hiring strategy. Because if you lose people it's harder and harder to replace them of of people of equal talent and the single largest a source of turnover is managers employees join companies. They quit managers. eighty-five percent employees voluntarily terminate stays one of the primary reasons. They quit was their relationship with their immediate manager supervisor because of their people they're human beings and a work environment and when they're they're working with someone who's toxic. It's very hard to to get the best out of them. What are you saying? It's interesting you said they were and I'm just GonNa play off a word that you used. I think the way we've looked at it in the past is is kind of taken a step backwards and it's not evolve with the current language so let's talk about our on boarding versus retention and let's insert something in the middle there often in the in the past and even today it's still called developing people and that's just making sure they have the new skills and certifications in the like that they can not only build build a resume up but the assumption is the employer benefits from that as well and I think they do in many cases but I think the word that we're missing here is the engagement piece so there's an engagement engagement strategy right just like you said there's a retention strategy and just talk like we we talk about a recruitment strategy whereas the engagement strategy and there's an opportunity. I think that that's being missed because we don't think of it as a way to engage the fact we have them on board. We think that's it and we'll just manage them if you will. Oh through the rest of their time with our companies and. I think it's the fact that we need to engage them differently. We need to have a more cohesive strategy around that and that's where science and the art of management if you will will beat up and we'll do things that are far more at least based on what we know and are learning about what the brain tells us is really affecting people's behaviors. Which I think intuitively a lot of people know but the scientists never put to it? And that's what I see you doing is reminding us of that then. Giving us the specifics around how you can't do that less. I really appreciate your your time today. As a as a group chairman of visage international and the host of executive educative leaders radio. Thank you so much for sharing these insights with us today. Pleasure gone that's it for today. I'm your host Don ring. Thank you for listening next week. I'll be talking with Kate. Donohue Donohue President and CEO of the hampered research group. Kate is committed to creating a work environment which leverages the experiences and expertise for staff aft to encourage both personal and professional development. Join US again. For the next thrive by design. Thank you for listening. To the thrive by design podcast be sure to subscribe raid and review the show each rating and review helps other managers. Like you find in the show and benefit from these episodes. Are you looking for science based solutions increase employee retention and engagement. Are you ready to measure key drivers of performance. Do you want your team to look forward to coming to work. Don't wait checkout eat. Three Solutions Dot Com.

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The Value of Engaged Employees (Part 2) with Les Smolin

Podcast | Don Rheem

07:18 min | 1 year ago

The Value of Engaged Employees (Part 2) with Les Smolin

"Welcome. I'm your host on Rebe. CEO of e three solutions today the next conversation in our new series with industry leaders about the challenges of employee engagement. I'm delighted to welcome. Oh come less than a group chairman of vintage international the world's leading organization for CEOS. He is also the founder and CEO of the Executive Leadership Leadership Forum which specializes in leadership development and consulting mostly for middle market companies. He is a prominent broadcaster. The host of executive eight of leaders radio a business program heard on multiple stations across the country the show features key interviews with prominent industry leaders. Welcome less and thanks for being here today. Thanks don show So I We've had you on before and and it was a really enjoyed the conversation but some of the folks listening today may not be familiar with vestige and your role as a chair in the community. Can you just give us the elevator speech on vestige a stooge in your role. This is what I consider to be. The most trusted Global Executive Leadership Development Company for Small and mid-size businesses it's got a global learning platform orm and strategic partnerships kind of position to prepare our members to successfully compete in what you and I would call an increasingly more complex business environment now now my role. I run several groups in the DC Washington DC metro area and then also engage nationally and internationally with my college so less. How long have you been working with CEOS and his capacity in our role with vestige? I've been doing this for over twenty five years now. I wanted folks to hear that. That's that's one of the key reasons why I wanted to have you on your your level of experience working with CEOS is extraordinary. And you've seen just about everything and I have had the pleasure pleasure speaking to your groups about employee engagement. Tell US why his employee engagement important to your CEO's. That's a great question and I don't I think it's obvious as as people would think it is if you're running a business everybody knows that it's fraught with all kinds of landmines. It's not as easy at once. Was Even Twenty thirty forty years ago out. The world's a lot more complex than the cost I think of of making a bad decision is expensive so if you try and go to loud it's not the answer nor can you be expected to know the answers yourself so for me when I think about employee engagement it's an imperative. Need to engage them and it's not just what they're capable of but also also potentially they can do to help you. Successfully compete whatever companies they operate markets. They operate in. So this is for me in my experience the the thing. That's a competitive advantage. It's unleashing what really is the potential of people that I don't think a lot of small to mid sized businesses. I don't I don't care how big or small company as they don't really engage their employees in a way which they maximize what is possible in order the effective in their markets less in these markets. Did you talk about the growing complexity of being being a leader no question with combination of metrics and the application of science and competitive analytics. But also one of the big pressures right now and I don't want to date the broadcast cast But we are recording at the end of twenty nineteen and we just received the numbers from the US Department of Labor. Yesterday we added another two hundred sixty eighty six thousand employees to the workforce last month. We're now the lowest unemployment rate since the Vietnam War unemployment rate is down at three point five percent which is considered third full employment. How much pressure does this put on leaders when there's no more talent pool? There's not even a talent puddle in America today. We're drilling for talent. How is employee join gauge moment fit in and why is it relevant to that pressure? You know it's a great question. I've thought a lot about it Especially since I've been listening to you a lot I'm at every other channel or media that you can listen to these days. Where a reference to the talent pool is not getting any bigger and it to me? It doesn't matter matter whether the talent pool is shrinking or is growing as the fact that we've got talent or ready and we're really not getting out of them what reads e to And it may be simple or it may be a whole lot more complex so larger small growing or shrinking. I think the idea is not in engaging employs the way we need to in order to get the most out that we're paying him for it but we're not getting what we really can't from. What is the role of? CEO's here so you've you've seen dozens ends in dozens of CEOS over the over the years and your role as a leader in vestige what what seems to be some of the key differences from the employees that get this an act and those that I just think the world is going to operate like it always. Has I think among the leaders you know you said a little earlier. I think folks think this is really hard. They're not really sure or how to grab a hold of it so they'll listen to someone like you talk about it. They'll look at the data that you share with them and yet they're not sure what to do with it So on one hand when you have those people who I think they're hard surrounded but they're not sure exactly how to get started on the other hand. I think there are those that are in it. But they're not sure exactly if it's the right stuff they're working on and so it's easy to get distracted from whatever the shiny object is kind of appears in front of you so they kind of put it to the side because they think give it is something soft but in fact it's not it's the hard stuff but it's also there's data rounded as you well know that is the evidence that is only they. They could see that what the possibilities were than they would probably grab. It is hard as they grab anything else and make at the top initiative in anything they do. There's something something about the fact that when I look at organizations and how they use science they use it just about everything they do. They're they're using it in supply chain. They're using it in finances they're doing they're doing sigma. They're doing everything they can. But when it comes to the science of what drives human behavior most organization seem about two decades decades behind that science. What is it from your perspective that makes the science of human behavior or focusing on the conditions where people thrive that is so hard for? CEO's is it because it's new. It's mysterious what's going on now. I wish I had the The Magic Ball that answer the question. in my experience I I think maybe there's a couple of things here as you mentioned the science grown simply new managers that have been around for twenty thirty forty years that at sites that Emma's new and emerging even though it's twenty years in the making so far where we're beginning to truly understand how scientists driving designed behind behavior so I think that's one thing I think the second thing is this. We all get caught up in old habits so when we get introduced to things. We're exposed to things if we're in an environment where we're constantly being exposed to the new science if you will. I think we're more inclined to want to gravitate towards it but we still need something to take the next. I step the thing that puts traction around that thing that gives us the ability to act on it so I think those two things have particular might actually make it more difficult for people who who otherwise would want to work with us and to take the science and put it to

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"smolin" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"From Compton on the line with what do you feel about this whole empire situation with Jesse Smolin? I think just playing games with a Jackie and end up with his own vaccine. Oh, just. Throng right there. Yeah. Protecting him, you know, because they know he got the juice right now, he got all the eyeballs on and sadly enough attention is valuable yours Selo real quick. What do you think about this whole jesse's molested nation? Like the. Saying earlier. Trading. Trifling man, maybe for the ratings breath. See was good. Yes. I got the details. Coming up next some point anywhere. Jay. Backhoe, smoking legal. Beatles. Known these. Is needs to go. Quality oni. It only. Nonni? Don't just say gotta show me. Cliff bag? Bro. Nothing just being friendly. Champions for just a blowing in a mall. Doesn't mean a windfall. I just put a vigil on the card playing ball, but I have been party five Becca kissed bunching. Need the ball way? Still going bad on many way last night. Lot.

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"smolin" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It's Mr. Smolin who committed this this this this hopes period if he wanted to clear his name the way to do that was in a court of law. So that everyone could see the evidence I stay about the facts of what we produce. If they want to dispute those facts in the place to do that is in court, and what about real racial attacks. I mean this again he wanted to make this about Trump. He said this is MAG country to in the morning. Absolutely. I think that's why everyone applauded when he was arrested. The only thing you talk about your cog on this is the worst stage attack. These guys are all the police Commissioner and the the the mayor. I mean, I think they have the highest murder rate of any major city in the United ninety percent of the crimes are unsolved other murders. I I mean, that's. So I think one of the ways that the I'll call it the Piggly the prosecutor put over the statue of David was that listen, we have a lot more violent crimes here. We have a lot bigger fish to fry than this guy. And we know we need to put our resources investigating who kill this person. And that person I don't think that's an adequate excuse I think there should have been at least a longer investigation. I think longer time should have passed. I think if they wanted to go in this direction two days of community services bupkus, they should have done. It was two weeks three weeks a month. And then a mea culpa not going in front of the microphone is saying. I didn't do this. But going in front of the microsiping, I'm sorry. I did this. I learned my lesson diminishes all the real victims diminishes all the real complainants who have really been threatened to have really been harassed who come forward. Made a mockery of that system. And for that. I apologize not coming out pounding your chest. With your lawyer saying I am totally innocent. I'm totally exonerated. And again simultaneously the head prosecutor saying that's not true. He wasn't totally innocent. He wasn't totally exonerated. We just thought that this was the appropriate rights position. Arthur. The whole thing when the shallow bomber. And all that that does you know, that's not getting too deep into the weeds. I mean, people could could figure that out your your audience. Like, you're not supposed to have the first lady she for staff calling the head of the prosecutor's office of cities Chicago saying, hey, could you cut this guy at break not supposed to happen? And then when it does happen, the ethical prosecutor is going to say sorry, I'm gonna take my hands off of this. But I'm not I'm gonna give this to a whole other jurisdictions. Now, we have not our underlying not our underlying. Come on. Hey, Arthur, come down Daniele me. We only have twenty seconds. Why is it sealed? Because that's how these cases get dispose of the real carrot at the end of the stick is like here. It's ten thousand bucks. Okay..

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"smolin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Join us to talk about the Jesse Smolin case, and is this common where you have two different sides of the same side. You have the prosecutors, and you have the police that seemed to have been completely out of communication with one another where the police are ready to investigate a crime. And the prosecutor is deciding the drop the charges. It's that does that happen frequently as this this sort of lack of communication normal. It doesn't happen that much travel and particularly here when the prosecuted comes back and says we're not suggesting that the that the accused is innocent he was not exonerated. They're not suggesting that there was a weakness in the evidence. So for them to have not even had the courtesy of alerting the police chief, I don't know that the mayor had to be alerted. But certainly the police chief after his people invented hundreds of hours into this case that was in fact, the calm. And courtesy, and that's going to create a bigger rift between the states attorney's office and police in Chicago. How does this impact Jesse going forward? If the police department all feel as if he got away with something is Chicago's to a good place for him to be. Probably. So because he's still has l z his core group of fans I suspect that it's going to hurt him in the short run at least in terms of his of his broadcasting career at might have a lesser impact on his music career. Just take our Kelly as an example. But indeed, I suspect that some point the uproar is going to fade, and you may see him back on the small screen and a couple of years or so remember even Mel Gibson as back doing movies there. You know, there's a there's a tremendous continuing fascination with celebrities. So I suspect we've not seen the last of jussie smollet curl, Douglas. Joining us on Keyshawn l z and Travis you can find him on Twitter at C D Esquire C E D S Q if you were advising Jesse smollet right now, Carl what would you tell them? Would you tell them to just walk away from all this? Is there something that he can do now or is this better off to just? Go back become a musician become an actor and just go back and do your work. It is sought Travis. His statement was read as opposed to giving some sort of an interview until if I were advising him. I would tell him to keep a low profile in the short run and just focus on his craft focus on doing small parts in movies or whatever focus on his music because that can be a release and a creative outlet for him. But I would advise him to lay low at least in the short term. But but for sure I would advise him to continue with that career because it got to be returned to the bright lights. Speaking of returning to the bright lights, how come Jay returned to his bright lights is this the new O J L. I am. So proud of my boy, man. He has trouble. I thought he would be back in the news by now. So being in jail for nine years has certainly pardoned him and giving him some wisdom, and I'm so proud that he has stayed out of trouble..

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"smolin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The day. Mr. Smolin who committed this this this this whole period joining us right now to understand the food fight that's going on in Chicago right now is KTAR legal analyst Monica Lindstrom. Good morning, Monica. Good morning. Maybe this is usual, maybe this is normal. This playing out the way, it has these kind of dueling press conferences, all of this. This seems really odd to me. Well, I think very unfortunate because number one you have different branches that are competing for the public spotlight. You've got the prosecutors that have a certain job they have to do in a standard. They have you have police officers that have their job, and their standard isn't as high of what I mean is a legal standard. I don't mean any other kind of standard, and then you've got the mirror. The the isn't a prosecutor, meaning he's not with the prosecutor's office, and he's not with law enforcement. So you've got a third party jumping in and putting their opinion in there. And to me, it seems as if the this entire situation has been played out in the media right from the very beginning with the investigation. And now, I think you have all three sides that are coming out and not backing down because they'll look bad in the media. If one agrees with the other, so we got an internal fight going on an argument so to speak with each of these branches, and none of them want to back down. But the bottom line is that the. The ultimate decision comes down to the prosecutor. It's the prosecutor that has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt every single element of the case. And if the prosecutors decide that they can't do that or they don't wanna do that. Then that's their prerogative. So Monica I got some questions for you on this. Because in the the statement from the county state attorney's office it said after reviewing all the facts and circumstances of the case, including Mr. small, ED's volunteer service in the community and agreement to forfeit his bond to the city of Chicago. We believe this outcome is a just deposition and appropriate resolution to this case, do you interpret that statement as in filing a false. Police report is a do punishment for that would be to forfeit your bond. Ten grand grand and the community service is taken into consideration versus facing sixteen felony counts. And maybe the police department. Was a bit overzealous. You know that that comment not yours? But the one by the state attorney really mainly kinda scratch my head because I would have preferred they come out and say, we don't have enough evidence looking at the totality of the circumstances to be able to prove our case beyond a reasonable doubt. So we always have to ask you the best interests of Justice. The best interests of Justice here would be to allow him to forfeit his bond dismissed all the charges. So that there's no more public resources being used on this vestich or this prosecution that would be the best interest of Justice here. I would expect them to say something like that the way that they said, it makes will make people think that if you have money, you can buy your way out of a cry. And that's unfortunate again KTAR legal NS. Monica Lindstrom is joining us. Maybe what was okay, I see all the craziest going on. I'm going to Trump the crazy right now with jussie smollet own comments where him and his attorney are basically sticking by their original story. Listen been truthful inconsistent on every.

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"smolin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You want to know Jesse Smolin this country that empire actor took advantage of the pain and anger racism to promote his career. The news. You need to know is almost what he finds. There is no collusion. Stay in the. Oh, making sure. This is a young woman. Brainwashed. She's a terrorist coming back to our country. Check in for the very latest information. This is talk radio six eight W C B M. From somewhere out there. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory tonight. We talk about poltergeist.

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"smolin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Claims. Oguz police reports calls real harm. They do harm to every legitimate victim. Who's in need of support by police and investigators as well as the citizens of this city, we do not know we ever tolerate hate in our city whether that hate is based on an individual's sexual orientation race or anything else. I'm offended by what's happened. And I'm also angry. I love the city Chicago. And the Chicago police department warts and all this publicity. Stunt was a Scottish Chicago didn't earn as certainly didn't deserve to make things worse. The accusations within this phony attack received national attention for weeks celebrities, news commentators, and even presidential candidates weighed in on something that was choreographed by an actor. I smell it attempted to gain attention by sending a false letter that relied on racial, homophobic, and political language when that didn't work. Millette pay thirty five hundred dollars to stage this attack and draft Chicago's reputation through the mud and the process and why the stunt was orchestrated by Smolin because he was dissatisfied with his salary. So he concocted a story about being attacked. Our city has problems. We know that. We have problems that have effective people from all walks of life. And we know that. Put the national spotlight on Chicago.

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"smolin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Kids? Hoax wherever the adults in the news business after it was discovered that the Duke lacrosse case was a hoax. There aren't any adults anymore. And this is my point. There aren't any adults. All we have is partisan children adults who have not grown up. And that's why the police superintendent Chicago stands out to me. I hope I'm not ruining this guy's reputation by speaking for him. I can just see his office phone ring. Hey, hey, super dinner. Rush Limbaugh is praising you all the Superdome. That's the last thing I need odd. I hope I'm not doing any. Well, you know, I I I have. Supposedly ruined journalists reputations praising their work when it's when it's called for. Here's the next bite. From Eddie Johnson superintendent of police, we have two more. This is. This is what they're mad about. You're worried to hate crime business is gonna take a hit. Listen to this one. It's Milan attempted to gain attention by sending a false letter that relied on racial, homophobic, and political language. Stop the tape and req- that we now have let wrote the letter. It actually giving smell let got the magazine and cut the letters out of the magazine. And the. The letter that was sent to the show. It was sent to empire. It said you will die black, and then it has Lang for gay person. And that was supposed it had a white substance in it that was supposed to be anthrax. Of course, turned out to be ground up, aspirin and smollet. Let got mad that the producers of empire didn't take that more seriously. He wanted to set the stage where all kinds of people are really focused on and care about our hate jussie smollet here, we have a classic example of a guy in social media, desperate for fame and doesn't have nearly the fame that he wants doesn't have nearly the income that he wants. So he stages a couple of hoaxes here trying to get paid and trying to get noticed. And he plays the media like a stratovarius. He plays the American left leg stratovarius for three days. The media reported on this letter, but very confusingly. They never did indicate whether the police thought that smollet had written the letter or whether the letter was legit. Well, it turns out that police superintendent Eddie Johnson has informed us that smell wet. Composed. This fake letter and send it here is the bite again from the top Smolin attempted to gain attention by sending a false letter that relied on ratio, homophobic, and political language when that didn't work pay thirty five hundred dollars to stage, this attack and draft Chicago's reputation through the mud and the process and why the stunt was orchestrated by Smolin because he was dissatisfied with his salary. So he concocted a story about being attacked the put the national spotlight on cargo for something that is both egregious and untrue is simply shameful. I'm also concerned about what this means moving forward for hate crimes. My concern is that hate crimes were now publicly be met with a level of skepticism that previously been having Mr..

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"smolin" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on KTRH

"Do we give every crime in this same bigger, you see there's a hate crime gets more attention than a regular crop. So I'm real sorry. If your daughter gets raped or you son gets bashed across the face if there's not an allegation of race, or sexual orientation evolved, we just don't have the resources to put on it. Like, it's a hate crime. And for somebody to use it for personal gain is just shameful. Because what that does is take away the resources that we could be putting into. Ladder. Okay. Got it. So. Smith finished. Out there. Please. Jesse? Was there as much? Yeah. We have we have the check. Pay them. So the thirty five hundred was for the two of them and then five hundred. Was there? No, it's a place right there. Of. Course staged of the brothers had on gloves during the. Stays attack where they punched him a little bit. But as far as we can tell scratches and bruises that you saw his face most likely. So let me reiterate again. Consistently. We were treated Mr. Smolin Michael victim. And we did we might have had some some peculiarities with the case as we do with most cases. So it wasn't into the forty seventh hour of their forty eight hour whole time that we can hope into custody. Chains. So we gave him the benefit up until that forty seventh hour we discovered Daschle motive, quite frankly, pissed everybody off. You know, because we have to invest valuable resources a lot of what I want. You ought to really understand this when you all the things out there. Into the universe. That's not Ashley facts. It causes us to have to chase off those are resources in time spit. It will never get back last one another investigation, and let me be clear about something to shoot any Griffin's city were not particularly investigation. And again, we give the same amount of resources to every crimes. Out of. I think that they want him was, but unfortunately, did casualty so I believe that Mr.. One on. Particular category. Wasn't. I executed. Mr Smith manager. No now decide. He was on the phone the whether or not he knows it can't be too. At some point. Case are getting pre fixed wing. At least you saw. Negatively. It was upsetting to realize this. So we've been working on this investigation. Three weeks. We saw several shootings and homicides in that period of time. So we don't take away resources from finding that nature because this person is again, you all there's a lot more attention than it probably deserves some. The shooting victims and families in this city are victims of those crimes give them the same amount of attention this garnered attention. But it did because of his celebrity outside. That was the case. Charged or should they be charged? So this is orchestrated this question. They became cooperating witnesses in the forty seventh hour three or four..

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"smolin" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Interest seen in the area where Smolin told police he was beaten by men, yelling, racial, and homophobic slurs. His manager claims they were. On the phone when it happen. Both men have now been asked for their cell phones. Here's ABC's Stevenson Saami. These tonight are the best picture so far the two potential persons of interest. Chicago police are hoping to find these dark images in the freezing cold shortly before actor jussie smollet says he was viciously attacked. And set the apartments next to the Loews hotel, the openly gay actor was walking here early Tuesday morning from his apartment to this twenty four hour sandwich. Shop on his way back. He says he was beat up by two men with covered faces who poured a chemical on him. And we're yelling out, racial and homophobic slurs. I know the police department is working aggressively to come to the bottom of what happened. He told police one of them put a noose around his neck. And in a later interview said they yelled maga- country as they hit him today. The president was asked about the incident that I can tell you is horrible. I've seen it. Last night. I think that's horrible doesn't get worse. As far as I'm concerned a neighbor from the actor's apartment building told police that earlier she saw someone outside carrying some kind of rope. But police say her description of this person is different from the actors police do tell us lettuce seen on security camera walking back home with a rope around his neck. Mom, really he was in town filming empire the series that made him famous is manager confirms the attack saying that he was on the phone and heard everything police have asked for that phone and its records, but say smollet did not want to give those two police at this time. All right. So let's get back to Steven. And with us live again tonight in Steve we're hearing from Jesse smell. It's family now tonight for the first time. We are in a strong statement. They say that he is the victim of a racist and homophobic attack and that this was a hate crime. They say that his story hasn't changed from the very beginning. David Stevenson me. Thank you. President Trump summoning his intelligence chief to Oval Office. The meeting today comes after their testimony in front of the American people contradicting the president on Syria, Russia, North Korea and ISIS. The president says they were misquoted. Here's our chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl tonight. Less than twenty four hours ago. The president blasted his intelligence team as naive and passive after they contradicted him in front of congress. But today, he summoned them to the White House. And tonight says they are all on the same page president. Did you talk to your intelligence chief today about the displeasure? You had with their the says, the they would totally misquoted, and they were totally it was taken out of context. What I'd do is. I'd suggest that you call them..

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"smolin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on KCRW

"Your breath away when it hits your lung our kids and pet they're all having careful cabin fever. The furnaces running constantly running a stream of water in the thanked her prevent the waterpipe from freezing cold extreme. Calling from lakeville Minnesota dab in the middle of the card still have to start. I still have to go to work. I have animals to take care of and to brand new. It's all about the layers layers layer. Hi, my name is Jen Nova Kelly. I'm calling from Mankato Minnesota. My wife is a coffee shop called the coffee head. We decided last night. We did want to have anyone out. If it is cold started to close shop today tomorrow at act our customers after they home, stay warm and stay safe are coffee, amazing wonderful review anything for it. Except maybe Brockway hypocrites. We hope y'all stay warm during these Arctic temperatures, and if you want to share your story of getting through the call tweet us at the takeaway or find us on our Facebook page will keep the fires burning. We stay in Chicago now and turn to a story that has shaken many Americans reports that jussie smollet one of the stars of the TV show empire was tacked in Chicago early Tuesday morning, smollet is black and gay. According to police reports to people yelled, racist and homophobic, slurs at smollet and tied a rope around his neck. He was hitting the face and Ouston an unknown chemical substance Smolin told police attackers yelled pro make America. Great again comments during the attack Chicago police department, and the FBI are investigating case and smollet is said to be in stable condition. Many fans and friends of smollet took to social media yesterday to voice, their anguish anger and pain over the attack. Here's empire creator lead. Annuals? You didn't deserve nor anybody deserves to have a news put around your neck. Bleach.

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"smolin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Slowdowns today are San Francisco and Boston weather delays approaching an hour. Gotcha. All right, Jake. Thank you very much about five twenty five and a half. It's real pits time. What makes me Schick Amax patient mad? I won't give a wet willy to a wounded bull elephant. Today. I'm calling out to flag, waving red blooded. American patriots. Dare to solve a national crashes. Well, you gotta put a shot are different. Vision camp together and save our country. People. I don't know how to tell you this. We got too much cheese strew, we are stockpiling cheese. Like one time we stockpile nuclear weapons. What happened was nickel headed duper Smolin Molyneaux, hipster lugers all of a sudden decided they don't like American she and we've got a war going. I'll trade war going on within where we can't shale are cheese to Canada and China, although for the life of me, I don't remember ever eaten Chinese food that you put a slice of cheese on. But I know Chinese expert on g. It out the bombers keep making cheese. We're not Sandici. Now, the government is stockpiling cheese. But what I understand we have a strategic cheese reserve of four and a half pounds of cheese forever, man woman and child in this country. I number one. Don't realize that's gonna draw mice. Yeah. One day, you try to save American dairy farmer next day America looks not gonna shave from an old old Willard movie. And if I remember correctly in that movie. Thanks did not in will. And number two. Why don't they just lower the price of cheese? We'll eat it. I like jeez. I wouldn't mind seeing these goofy grin in shark Gento, boys. Take one in shorts for this country. What it'd be nicer cheese was cheap. Green Bay Packer fans. They could put real actual cheese on their heads, and instead of a blooming onion they and everybody at outback order, the fondue appetizer and come on subway one more little skimpy half. Slashing cheese. Please. L on your country and digit wake up America..

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"smolin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The warned everybody to is germany price sitting in for some anderson we've been talking about crime lot of this morning we decided house minority leader sri smolin it on the phone you've got the governor addressing the issue with this special session despite the fact that he voted urged he signed into law sb ninety one that reduced uh the sentencing uh the the the offenses or these low level uh thefts and nonviolent crimes it's become a big issue especially in anchorage i myself have have seen it uh when my truck was rifled through in downtown anchorage sitting outside of our americans for prosperity office i was in in the office maybe maybe five minutes and my truck was robbed and i i was had my uh find my iphone app and so uh i pulled it up use my wife's phone my started tracking my phone all over the city it took me three hours until i finally found my phone while he was a denny's in midtown and i walk in to to confront the hostess and i ask her hey ha has intimately tried to use my card my name is jeremy price she said yeah those guys and she points to two african american meals with big shopping bags walking out of the denny's but it didn't know then is the head just use my credit card to buy a bunch merchandise walmart while and echo the cops in fortune relief in my situation the police did come and we become one of one of the ice it was funny the the so when they realized that i'm following them they're literally watching these two men rifle through cars as a mocking watching them so they just walk along the street they open doors is they're walking if they're open they go in may still suffer just to slap on the roof slow here why not right yeah right yeah so anyways it listen we've got center kevin meyer just golden we we want to bring them into the conversation center meyer thanks for join us absolute germany yet you did a good job there film it for common i've been licnen plead that this morning and and i just heard my house rep uh no let's do a great job of come explaining uh you know what the legislature's doing or trying to do you know it it did thing uh w we kinda hit a perfect storm for crime he.

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"smolin" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"smolin" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"They can go with this you see there because this is only a starting point well you know i quite frankly there are the truckers whether it airbnb or hooper and left or up work a are disruptor they can click it many different corrections quite frankly the carferry many of them have black is it that the employment situation uh and trooper had the problem but they're doing some interesting thing with the outcast community for example super a um a relationship with a hot both now one involves more and another one in the fowdie where i forget where where they're offering specialized ride to patient who may need to go to doctors appointment to follow at a hospital though there are many way that the service because they are up that woman it'll get behind that of the situation talking about can echoes others sort of frantic stent sonja wish us the situation really could talk about millennials you could talk about conceded citizens because who was one of them was awarded and the various options available we have seen technology weren't so rapidly advance that it's discarded alana fulltime jobs being replaced is always the concern the threat and the financial advantage of use the roads we without a contract society terms will work a sense everybody has to be the road entrepreneur but they're still a huge vachanova the same you don't hear about unless you're listening to certain parts of the media ninety three million people walking round unemployed or underemployed because of the misrepresentation of statistics that says these people am john smolin eighty working for seven bucks an hour how should each of these folks you'll allies what's out there is a good economy forever this is not a question fumbled a nap at i'll try to unpack them uh first of all there are many in the economy get up at much press is that an enormous majority are at their pike that they are career professional it goes on to work the live television why did they wanna make our money or at a quite frankly that big issue in the ramp blocked bility they want but ability in our lifestyle and feel that they get.

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