35 Burst results for "Steve Who"
Director of Russia’s Foreign Service Denied Responsibility for SolarWinds Hack
"The S V R says allegations his agency has been launching cyber attacks against the West are absurd and pathetic. Washington holds the SPR responsible for the giant solar winds hack that infiltrated a string of US federal agencies. The SVR chief has been speaking to our Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg. Journalist We peer with partial in Australia should not least one of Russia's most closely guarded buildings. The country's spy chief tells me how lucky I am. You were the first foreign journalist allowed in here, so gain a risk in, says Looking around, he adds, these walls have witnessed the planning of great operations. There's one operation in particular. I've come here to talk about. Mr Nourish Skins Agency. The SPR has been accused of carrying out the largest cyber espionage operation the world to scene. Now it's six hackers broke into computer networks of US federal agencies, including the commerce and Treasury departments. One of the most sophisticated cyber security breaches in American history investigators. The attack is widely blamed by cyber experts on Russia buying searching malicious code into a software update from the company. So the winds Hackers gained access to a T least nine U. S government agencies, including the Pentagon, Homeland Security and the State Department. The White House named the SPR as the perpetrator. So will its director. Admit to such an audacious operation Me a bullet. Bert Listener was losing the key. I think you might be flattered to hear such an assessment of the work of the Foreign Intelligence Service, which I run such a high evaluation. But I don't have the right to claim the creative achievements off others as my own spot in Italy this way, But when the U. S administration says it has traced the attack To a
Bob Baffert Suspended From Entering Horses in Belmont Stakes
"Will not even be allowed to run in the third leg of the Triple Crown, The Belmont. Dina Spirits trainer bomb Baffert has been suspended in New York pending results of drug tests following the Kentucky Derby reporter Steve Futterman says the Medina spirit tested positive for a banned steroid. Its third place finish in the Preakness means no Triple Crown winner this year. Hundreds of homes flood around like Charles, Louisiana, being hit by two hurricanes and ice storm and a
Arizona Republicans Fight Back Against Election Fraud Claims
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting top Republicans in Arizona's largest county fight back against election fraud claims the top Republicans on the Maricopa County Board of supervisors blasted the Republican led audit of the county's twenty twenty election vote count Monday board chairman Jack sellers people's ballots and money are not make believe it's time to be done with this craziness supervisor Steve Shukri said initially he supported an audit what I didn't support is a mockery and that's what this is become last week Republican Arizona Senate president Karen fan sent a letter to chairman sellers accusing Maricopa county officials of the leading data Monday sellers responded to this board is done explaining
Supreme Court Takes up Major Mississippi Abortion Case
"The Supreme Court will consider Mississippi's effort to enforce a state law that bans abortions. After 15 weeks of pregnancy. The band was blocked by lower courts. It could be a major rollback of abortion rights. Steve Dorsey reports. Arguments will likely be heard in the fall. Death by firing squad is now
The Key Role CFOs Play in Making Profitable Pricing Decisions with Steve Rosvold
"What i wanna do is talk about. Cfo's today and i want. I want to learn more about how they think. And hopefully you can share that with us before you met me. How did you think. Cfo's thought about pricing. You know. I think certainly in the past and frankly when i was the last. Cfo job ahead with seven or eight years ago. And you know it's a cost plus it's looking at margin. Cfo's have been focused on the cost side of the business and the margin side of the business so they looked at the top line but only relation to the margin. And i think when we first met not long ago the whole idea of value pricing is really interesting. And it's something the cfo's a travel through having a more valuable contribution to their companies are having understand pricing for more of a perspective than just cost plus or an hourly rate or even fixed rate. And so that's a really attracted me to your work at impact pricing because you really preach the value of pricing and how to increase. I think that's a great place for cfo's to start adding an increasing their value to the companies. I certainly agree with that. Of course we published an article on. Cfo university on your site. What two three weeks ago now. Something like that. Have you heard anything different from. Cfo's have they have gotten excited of they said. Hey this is a way. I wanna thank in the future. I think almost totally. It's been a positive where the hard part comes in is. How do we do it. This value based pricing. How do i have an influence on that. And how do i create that value for the company so yeah it had very positive but the question mark remains for the cfo and you hit it on the head. We're very focused on cost. We maybe don't understand value well enough when it comes to pricing products and services. So that's where the quandary for us we want to get there. We're not sure how so. That's why i'm so excited to have you as part of one of our contributing to see if what i university because you can teach i think so much to our to our members and the cfo community at large so very popular article people they want to be able to create that value and help companies influence in a positive way and so it was really a really positive from its acceptance. Now there's the big education piece. How do we get there.
Wendle hits 3 of Tampa Bay's 8 doubles, Rays beat Mets 12-5
"J. McClanahan earned his first major league win in for Tampa Bay hitters drove in multiple runs as the rays defeated the New York Mets twelve to five the Klan had allowed a three run Homer to Jose prizing the second and a solo shot to Pete Alonso in the third but was able to pitch into the sixth for the first time Tampa Bay rallied with a five run fourth thought Joe Wheatley KZN Sean Reid Foley and added six more runs in the eighth on a tree with two run doubles by young D. D. as Joey Wendelin Brett Phillips raise extended their winning streak to three well the Mets have now lost two straight Steve Carney C. Petersburg
Recapping a Crazy Week in Crypto History
"Let's start however with a quick review of the stories that i covered in detail. The banner headline was of course elon. Musk and his fickle strange relationship with bitcoin. Dosier in public media. I've discussed this extensively this week. Saw only add this here. There is a conversation to be had about the power of audience in other words. This story isn't just about his whims and vagaries. It's also about how power is met. It out via social media alone has a bigger microphone. Nearly any corporate officer in history. Sure steve jobs could have called the press conference. That had every outlet there but ilan can think of something stupid while taking a dump and push billions from markets. In less. Than a minute of typing. There is a larger question. Here that once again comes back to unresolved issues of social media in society. By the way. If you're interested in this. I've got an exciting joint show with someone that i think you'll really enjoy to explore it more in depth than the next couple of weeks. I also covered the finance fudd around the department of justice in irs investigation first and probably most importantly the headline of the bloomberg p. seems to have been a little fearmongering considering that the sub-headline made it clear that binds has been accused of no wrongdoing. My point in my coverage however was that basically whatever the outcome is probably a net positive for the industry. The worst case scenario is some major set of accusations and wrongdoing and severe punishment which would be a confidence hit in the short term but in the longer term would clear space for better actors to arise in the middle would be some slap on the wrist. This would be bullish both for not having been worse as well as for most likely articulating what regulators expect at a foreign exchanges when it comes to preventing access by us citizens.
Asmussen Looking to Win Preakness With Midnight Bourbon
"The phillies did it. Steve asmussen did it. He's done it twice. So far in the preakness stakes. He's looking for a third victory coming up later today with midnight bourbon. Who was one of just a couple of horses coming back from the kentucky derby to take a shot at turning the tables medina spirit earlier this week. Steve took time to talk with anthony. Stabile on our race day program presented by twin spires. And here's what he had to say about his talented midnight. Bourbon you know. Come back here to pimlico. You get to re live those amazing moments and With rachel alexandra. Coming in to our barn. Jess jackson barbara banke of stonestreet bought her two days off of her oaks win. She moved into the barn three days later. And then the fact that she wasn't an original triple crown nominee. There was the you know the chance she would be excluded from running in the preakness and then getting to run drawing the thirteen posts and It was very fast. Moving times with rachel alexander leading up to the preakness but the moment i remember the most is when we walked out of the barn to walk over for preakness. I never been a part of a horse race. That that percentage of the public was on one horse inside.
Preakness to Run Amid Medina Spirit Controversy
"Up to the second leg of Horse racing's Triple Crown later today. Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit aims to win the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore it past three rounds of pre race drug testing. It failed a post Derby test about which trainer Bob Baffert denied wrongdoing Average suspended by Churchill Downs Officials trainer Steve asked us and work with one of the Preakness. Competitors. Midnight bourbon. I think that it's going to shit a very important light on the peak, a gram levels and the testing and what these horses are going through. The Preakness will be run before 10,000 fans at Pimlico. Chuck's
Tina Turner, the Go-Go's, Jay-Z Lead Historically Diverse Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2021 Inductees
"2021 class for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has been announced. Jay Z makes the Rock hall not a businessman. I'm a businessman. So the two groundbreaking women Tina Turner and Carole King, and it's It's the go, Go's made it. Hall says hi to Todd Rundgren. See and Foo fighters that Steve Case in
Boris Johnson Calls for Talks After Scottish Nationalist Victory
"House. Finnish Prime Minister Boris Johnson is invited The leaders of the U. K. Steve all of nations for crisis talks on the union after Scotland's pro Independence Party won his fourth straight parliamentary election. Think of a sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party says independence is
Private Undisclosed Emails Leaked From the Mueller Investigation
"Got another three hundred pages or so of underlying mueller investigation emails and texts and memos and in them we learned that don jr. vodka and kushner way more involved in russia talks than previously known at least to the public. I mean we knew Ivanka reportedly informed a co co-chair of her father campaign that her brother don jr. could make recommendations for military advisers while kushner offered details about his private meetings with henry kissinger We also learned that in january. Twenty seventeen manafort. Send an email to katy mcfarland. That's flynn's number two Saying i have some important information. I wanna share with you that i picked up my travels over the last month. Well she manafort was already you know knee deep in shit by this point she immediately fired off an email to flint. Saying hey given all. That's going on. Meet with them. And flynn said i would not be with him until we're in the hot seats unknown who he is working for and perception would not be good especially now they even knew it. They even knew it the record show. Flynn soliciting trump strategist bannon as far back as september twenty fifteen before bannon officially joined the campaign steve. He wrote just reaching back out. Let me know if mr trump needs any help with national security intel an intel community issues of foreign policy. So that's i think flynn's i reach out that december. He wrote corey lewandowski. And said i wanted to send this to you this past week but had forgotten shared a link to an article from russia state run sputnik news quoted. Flynn saying the. Us must work with russia and arab countries to defeat isis. He said this is an f. y. But something trump should at least be aware of. I have been very outspoken. On the issue at this point in the conflict with our current administration has run out of good options. also i met with president putin last thursday in moscow. We actually sat at dinner together. Merry christmas
New 'Stranger Things' Teaser Is Eleven-Out-of-Ten Creepy
"I believe we have A P, sir. A teaser for over this stranger things. I like it a lot to you because I like the kids. Are they going to be adults? By the time we see them? They're 40 years old. When was the last time that we had stranger thing two years ago. Then that there's so many questions I have with this. All right, you guys, I'm ready to go on here. Stranger things and then After what? Felt like an eternity of waiting, my lady? No. Here we go. Ladies. No. Here we go. They gave me two of them in the article. I think we have the correct one right here. Yeah. Hey, the clock is on three. It's crawling around on the floor. Playing Klink. Oh, and chest. I don't like that. Educate ball. Mm. Are some spikes really like it here, like in a mental hospital and subject. I'm sorry. His little kids crawling around in a cold room. The creepy guy walking. We just see his back. Good morning, Children. Good morning, Popeye. How are you today? Good. Glad to hear you because today I have something very special planned for you when the doors has a number 11 on it. Mm hmm. You're listening. Oh, that's where she came from. Cool. Yes, quick. I also remember last year we got to go last year. They did after this using a stranger things. From Russia with love, and it was this Russian hillside, snow covered. They're all working on a train track. And then you realize that what's his face? Hopper? Yep. Is there that's good? That's good. Be good. I don't think that I will. I will figure it out. This is his
Wall Street Rises Toward Records Despite Grim Jobs Report
"Towards records on Wall Street today, despite a grim jobs report that shows hiring fell off sharply across the country last year. Right now, the Dow is up 155 points that asked act is up. 183 almost 2% and a half Now the S and P 500 almost 2% 32 points. The jobs report showed disappointing 266,000 jobs created last month, We were expecting a million jobs created that jolted the bond market. Just a little bit, also seemed to calm some inflation fears that have overhung markets for a couple of weeks Now, the data also showing average wages Rose more than expected. I'm Steve
Rep. Stefanik Supports Recounting of 2020 Election Ballots in Arizona
"Liz Cheney in the House GOP leadership. Has spoken out for the first time since being endorsed by Key Republicans. W T. O P S Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik breaks with Cheney, who has urged Republicans not to continue former President Trump's efforts to undermine the 2020 election results. Asked on Steve Bannon's radio show what she thinks of the audit in Arizona Stefanik had this response. I police support the audit in Arizona. We want transparency and answers for the American people. What are the Democrats? So Afraid of. As for her vision of the party, Stanek says she wants to continue to run with the support of Donald Trump and his coalition. This is also about being one team right now. The GOP team has some very different game plans on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller
We React To Noise. We Respond To What We Recognise
"You're walking down the street and somewhere off in the decent guy. That looks like your friends. Stephen so you call out doing. Hey steve out. Because that's what we do in the strata. We short your name. And then we like to put an o- on the end of it but he doesn't turn around and so you yellow a little bit louder. He turns around. It's not stevo but then wanted to turn around. He didn't turn around because he recognized his name. He turned around because he reacted to the noise. If you want him to respond in a meaningful way you now need to give him something that he recognizes. Maybe that's his name. Maybe your face or maybe it's the problem that you're helping himself the product or service that is satisfying his. Want or need if you give him that. Then he will to engage in respond to you in a meaningful way. If you don't he'll turn around and go off on a his business and the reason. I think that's important is because we often talk about getting the response. The focuses on creating a meaningful product or service to fill and satisfy. Wants need but in doing that. We often belittle the venue of the noise. But without that noise he would have never turned around in the first place. And so i think it's important to remember. Sometimes that the noise can be equally as important as the response that you get from the recognition and that noise can come from a loud bang or can come from lots of little multiple pops so it can count from repetition repetition of your message concerning be paddled that noise. But it doesn't have to be. You can make single one of statements that make a loud noise or you can make repetitive statements that add to the noise. But i guess the message that i'm trying to get across is that we often demonize the noise. The noise is a bad thing. But i actually think the noise is maybe more important we give it credit for get it.
Peloton Recalls Treadmill Linked to Injuries
The Host: The Story of Late Night TV
"Night feed island. When i was really young. I began by listening to late night. Shows from bedroom down the hole in my house in brooklyn. My dad would be up late watching and laughing. I can still hear that laughter. Dad was a big fan of steve allen. Who started the whole thing on. Nbc's tonight show in the nineteen fifties. Steve allen has had a huge influence on all the late night hosts who followed especially with the wild stunts used to try like diving into a tub jello. Continued doing stuff like that david. Letterman once famously jumped against a wall wearing a velcro suit. Dad got a lot of laughs. Out of things like alan covering himself in teabags and jumping into a pool then he got a different kind of laugh from the next tonight host. Jack parr who conversation and wit in hollywood one day. You're putting your footprints in cement. The next day nixing it and then came the king. When i was very very young might first memories are watching johnny carson. That's the voice of one of tv's latest and freshest late night hosts amber ruffin and him. Having the coolest delivery i've ever seen a year in which america spent two hundred billion dollars on defense and that was just for condoms that coolness unmatched
"steve who" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Mm. Fred Show part two of waiting by the phone, Steve. Welcome back. Let's call Gretchen. You guys met in a bookstore exchange numbers. You had a great date. You felt like you were a gentleman. Except you reached out to her for another date, and you haven't heard back and you want to know what's going on. That's it. Okay, we'll call her right now. Good luck. Thanks. Mm hmm. Hello, This is Gretchen. Hi, Gretchen. Good morning. Friendly from the morning radio show. I kiss that family. I'm sorry to bother you. But I do have to tell you that we are on the radio right now. And I need your permission to continue. Is it cool if we keep talking for a minute? Uh, sure. Well, thank you very much. You know, it's strange, but I'll get right to it. We're calling on behalf of a guy named Steve who reached out to us since you guys met in a bookstore. Do you remember this guy? Yeah. Yeah, I remember you. Okay, well, he told us about the date, said he thought it would. Well, that he was a gentleman that he brought you flowers that he really liked you and reached out for another date, and you haven't responded, and he kind of dispatched us to figure out why that might be. Oh, um yeah, we way had a great thing. He, um He was Very gentlemanly. He was very sweet. He, um even like paid for my cab home Paid for my uber home. Good. Yeah, No, he was very, very sweet. He even gave me a speech about how he didn't want to rush things like so what's the bad be taught me It was like the windy like, Where's the part Where he? I don't know. The reason tonight. Told you that it was a porn star in the bastard working in a strip club or what's the deal? What happened? So he was. He gave me like.
"steve who" Discussed on AP News
"Challenges and distractions have stymied the Weinstein jury selection protests outside the courthouse were so loud you could hear the commotion in the fifteenth floor courtroom hundreds of new Yorkers were summoned for jury duty with most dismissed when they raise their hands to indicate they couldn't keep an open mind about wine Steve who's pleaded not guilty to charges he raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013 and sexually assaulted another woman in 2006 if convicted at a trial expected to last into March the 67 year old could face life in prison Julie Walker New York
"steve who" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"We recruit every day you want to maintain a good working culture. You don't just ignore people. Tell their contracts or say, hey, you can't leave. No, anyway, Steve is brilliant this and I try to do my small part, but we want to make sure people that come to work. Whether you're a player selling tickets. Are you enjoying yourself today? We want people to want to enjoy coming to work. That's every single day. That's just being a decent human being. So my opinion is if you wait until somebody has an opportunity, you haven't really done your job while they were employed. So that I think that's our coach. I mean, I feel like all our players are happy wanted. Stay with us. That's how I feel. I feel like we've got a great environment. But again focus now is who we play Wednesday night. I get it that people want to know these answers these questions, but what I would reconveyed is it's hard to win a basketball game in the NBA. It's hard to win a playoff game. It's harder and championship that has to be our focus, and I think that is our focus I don't necessarily feel that in the locker room personally. I don't feel like it's become part of our fabric. I think maybe that comes from being a team that's been scrutinized for the last three or four years. It's used to a lot of coverage which they earn and deserve got players that have been in a spotlight position for much of their career. And Steve who's got great experience as a player playing with some high level guys coaching our team he really kind of is the steward of that ship. As far as keeping our locker room intact in place, but it's not easy. The hard thing to do. But I don't sense any creeping in from my perspective. I don't get upset. It's a competitive league. I've got great respect for all the other teams to they're supposed to do. Right. I think that's what makes the NBA. What is star players can change narratives different teams can change your direction. Good and bad. It's what makes it interesting. That makes the fans stay engaged. It's what gives you all great stories. Right. So I don't I don't get mad. Get mad at other other things. Myers speaking extensively yesterday. Giving you a taste of what he had to say. On our latest Fitz and Brooks soundcheck, Bob Myers, per usual. Keeping it all just kind of level headed. Doing it in a very intelligent and affable way. Big fan of Bob Myers. And of course, he's a he's a big fan of mine too. Hey, the man knows.
"steve who" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Republican proud American. And that is what the American way is all about it doesn't matter. How we got. Here is long as you have hope an s what people like MAC, I think is is a future of our country. They're finding out that this is a place they can make it if given the chance if given hope and once they get. That is like the Harriet Tubman that have come to love when I was twelve year old kid, she no he escaped but went back twenty times three hundred people because that was love and empathy for people. And that's what MAC is going. Now. He's gone back and telling these kids you can make it you can do it. I'm here to help you will make it happen. And he he'd help his four four five is friends to come out after he came out of it the same situation, and that's the heart of Americans. So we'd knew no we continue to do that. It doesn't matter. What color? We are is who we are is those values we have enough inside of us. They say there's a God in heaven that if we do the right thing, we we give as much as we can that would be blessed, and they will be blessed in the same process. Thank you for coming back. You can see it in your eyes. You are a good, man. You know, you can look people is our windows to the soul. Hey, look at somebody. You're you're really a good, man. I'm happy that that you took the risk. And this woman took her as she still alive. She's here. Steve who's also the the founder of one heart co founded on just to saying, I would take a quick break. I just wanna say hi to her real.
"steve who" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Perfect age to embrace yourself with proximity. Get around places that are doing what you wanna do and get mentor by people that are doing what you wanna do. Whether they're in the office or outside of the office. But that's your path forward right now. That's all you gotta do. It's that simple. You know, you of business strategy. So, you know, again on the on the research side of things what companies in your area. Have a real component to strategy where they've multiple positions. Maybe there's a high level strategy officer you come in and with your background mechanical engineer who loves business and has some business at least accurate as relates to what you're reading what you're studying you come and say, hey, look, I just want you to to mentor me I'll come in and I'll start really low level here. I think that's very exciting. And then you're gonna look up at twenty seven twenty eight and you're gonna be way ahead of everybody else. Your age who didn't understand the principle of proximity the proximity principle, you haven't heard it, folks. Share it with you just says this in order to do what I wanna do. I've got to be around people that are doing it and places where it is happening. It's amazing. It's an absolute advantage. It's a game changer. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number if you'd like to jump in on the conversation this show is for you. We believe that you have something that the world needs. We're here to help. You figure out what it is map out a plan to get there. And then get their up next is Steve who's on the line in Houston, Texas. Steve you're on the Ken Coleman show. Now, are you? I'm great Steve. How are you? Well, I'm doing pretty good just wanted to take a moment and say, thank you for everything that you do you're feeling tremendous need help there right now at appreciate everything that you restless staff to well. Thank you so much. How can I help you today? Well, I'm giving you a call because I'm kind of having what I think is kind of strange problem. I'm actually doing something right now, which I enjoy but after reading the book halftime by Bob Buford, my wife, and I just had a started asking. And some big life questions, and you know, we're not really feeling satisfied and what we're doing. We're thinking about changing directions. But when I sit down, and I started asking myself some of the questions that you talk about on this show. I just have trouble Ashra knows. I I'm I don't know if it's a mental block or if there's a if there's something else. That's just you know, maybe I'm just confused about you know, what I need to be doing That that makes make sense. sure does I think it's hard for people sometimes to answer those questions on their own. So do you know what your passion is have you ever been able to identify at least clues towards those areas? I'm assuming you're having a challenge with both the talent and the passion or is it just one of the other. It actually is more of a problem with the passions talents. I think or I'm sorry. Yeah talents. I think I've got a pretty good handle on. I I'm pretty good with with with fixing things and trouble shoot. They like working with my hands. I enjoy working with -nology, which is why do it now? But as far as as passions go that's where I'm having the problem. I don't know. What I'm trying to figure out what difference as something? That's an interest between Serb something that's a passionate because I have a lot of different interests that are you know, kinda far apart. Yeah. I think you're over thinking it, I think you just said it and so for me to define a passion is very simple. It brings me joy it brings me joy..
"steve who" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"So for you, what was either one of your biggest successes or top-ranking failures as a leader that leads you to believe you will succeed in what you were setting out to do with lending block. What we thought we had was, you know, the two of us founders we came from financial services on consulting backgrounds. So we have seen the rise in foes of companies. A particularly Steve who's my co found the he worked Leman brothers. Right. So they were like you said one of the big guys who had a lot of problems in hung me on the kind of mortgage backed securities and so on they don't have a friendly reputation, man. Oh, man. A lot of people probably forgot about now. I mean, at least from from the retail side of things. Yeah. But, you know, the the impact of off that you know, has seen the ripoff it through until today. Right. So think what I'm trying to say is that we have seen, you know, the rice all the internet and the internet boom and bossed on coming out of that has seen the Volkmann of this intermediate things of like Lubar, an Airbnb and technologies like blockchain, bitcoin and the pew to Pia nature of it. So I think what we saw with cookeville acids in the development of the locked chain. And crypto space is that we wanted to help more people get access to the financial services available to them.
"steve who" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Because I'm not using other people's money. Right, right. That's how things start though. So I think there's a time for it. There's a time to kind of be that lone wolf, but you've got to know that. Eventually, you got to be part of a pack to hunt defense efficiently so that everybody can eat well, I think that attitude. I almost look at it as like the chip on the shoulder. I think that can actually serve you if you use a correct us Tashi to you, but if you're like, I'm going to prove to myself and everybody else, and you're using it to produce predictive outcomes, use it, but be careful. It doesn't hurt you. Yeah, I think that's what's why. So important self check daily multiple times a day for you. Is that like a deliberate and intentional methodical practice? Or is it just kind of hard wired into your programming in the way that you operate? It was hard wired through hardship things. I'm not gonna share but reconnecting with what's really important. Why am I upset right now? Why am I frustrated right now? Why am I pissed right now? If you can do that on the fly, that would be considered wisdom? Yeah, I can see that it changes the way that you interact. In that application of information is wisdom? Exactly. Exactly. Sometimes I'll catch myself like I've got a lot going on in my mind like a camp, let's say, well, I know I've got this person call me in this person and someone's trying to have a conversation me and I'm like, looking off and I'm like, turn your face in your eyes and engage. Yeah, you know what I mean? Yeah. And just take a deep breath for and okay, go and sometimes but bro. I'm sorry. I was like often space. What were you saying? I think too often, our own thoughts are more important than what's in front of us. So making that adjustment quickly, I've even thought that way about the podcast. The way I used to do it is I'd have these scripted questions and I would just be waiting for you to get through your answer. And so it was all about me and my agenda doc. Exactly versus this. I don't have any notes. We're just chilling on the couch having a conversation. My father-in-law gave me a lot of shit about that, especially like when you get overwhelmed, you know. Stresses. I know I think stresses overused. We'll send a chocolate podcast talking about the Napoleonic wars that's strap. Oh, man. Yeah. Did you hear that one? Holy crap. So. Okay, let's put ourselves there for a second. If you let yourself go too far down the rabbit hole in your own mind you become. I don't know what the word is like an omega self absorbed self absorbed. The entire world revolves around me. Whatever I have going on is more important than that's easy. I follow that all the time. I think any high-achieving ambitious man is probably going to fall prey to that. I think you're probably right and it can be a tool to sometimes push through. Sure. You know, like I, my lawyers here actually, last night we were talking to you is like, I think it was Steve who said the talking about the next recession or whatever. We're probably five years away or something we're going. It's a cigarette saying it's okay, and it's been a while I think about that in an amazing. Mega mindset or a self absorbed mindset. You become one stoppable. Nothing can stop this thing too. There's a lot that really stop it one bit. Yeah. Yeah. Your wife gets sick? Yeah, something happens to one of your kids. Something happens to a business partner. There's so many things that can stop your train just that little derailing or rock on the tracks in year off into the weeds..
"steve who" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"You will definitely hold it against. Anyone, but she does say she wants to be a good role model for average Australians for women for mothers, and she wants to sit somewhere in the middle of challenges. And I think that she is going to sit somewhere in the middle of a lot of trouble dynamics and I can't see him making the match. But in in that way, like the fact that he wants to be very much like in the middle and hidden him by other people. That's actually a pretty good strategy that can make you float to the merge might give you screen time, but it could. And I think that if he's not purple, which I really strongly feel like she has, but if she's not, I do think like as a small town mom, a lot of the casual women might see themselves in her and really like her as a character. But I don't know if it's going to be like getting the screen time worthy of doing that. I cry. I'm going to say probably. Yeah, dateable, but, but it's closely because I feel like if she's willing to put us off in that Santa spot and other people are going around her people with big personalities, and that's how you get through to approach to to emerge as actually how you might get through to a final tribal council and not get votes. But we'll see. I think she seems really not through like she's got a good head on her shoulders and I feel like she can can can talk. I just hope that she's just not to normal for this show because she seems like an absolute legend on. On. Yeah. Yeah. Talk about someone who's not going to be purple, Steve, who has certainly not purple. What do you want to say that Steve? He even the breakout character of the season. I haven't even seen it yet, and I know that it's true. Absolutely. He's an interesting. Is he a delivery driver, but that seems like a race thing like this stain, ability consultant turn delivery driver. So that interesting is a new phase of his life. It's fifty eight. So a little bit older. You know, he loves the outdoors and stuff, so I think that he should be okay, but going to be much of an outlet that they get rid of him early or they're going to be like, we cannot have this tribe without you. You're so funny, you're so fine. We have to keep you around. People are going to -absolutely love him. They're gonna love show or the audience. Yeah, both. I feel like he, this isn't because he's Asian. This is a he. He seems like just such a tie in terms of the way he has this really interesting background, and he has these kind of like quirky little sayings, and he seems like eccentric and kind of lovable, but still seems pretty grounded. I just he's going to get so many talk comparisons and on Tiroler Yemen comparisons. He's not just character type. But yeah, I don't know if there's more to it than that hope is within that. I am living for Steve and what he's going to bring to the show. I think that the moment he would have walked into that audition room, the producers would have looked at each other and said done. He's like, no question. Now love what he says. He's going to be sneaky. And it's like guerrilla warfare now is always getting taught. Flashbacks first, I climbing that tree trying to find that auto. This is jump up the screen he does in very charismatic. Cost him. He also says that he wants clearly Minogue to be on the champions drive, which is hilarious to, yeah, it's going to be a lot worse than that. Could not get such big celebrity, but we do have like we get commodities, so it's okay. That's the thing. One of the commissioners has been Steve, Steve. Do you think that that will be something that actually occurs in the storyline and we get outta lockout tie, Caleb kind of. Pairing of Steven, Steve, because that would be epic. Will it have to make it that far but like that, I, I think that they, it doesn't have to become Steve. They're like he could have a tie Caleb thing with pretty much like any of these alpha males. He's got his pig, pick the little. Juicy ste- thing dateable. I do..
"steve who" Discussed on WLOB
"Five zero jimbo with our guest jerry cutter the author of outrage inc and steve who calls in from an jeered north carolina good evening steve hey jimbo like you back thank you thank you very telecom selection not this is what it sounds like in a little time can she cared about maybe this is what it sounds like when the slop is being drained and the swamp creatures dolls i so they're screaming and they're striking back just as hard as they can because as the water goes down there being exposed some like getting in there and and and some things are being seen what they try to get accomplished has not worked there's definitely an element of of the fear that comes along with somebody being used to smooth sailing and then suddenly there is a boat rocker on board and they're telling you to go stay steer toward the the rapids let's let's shake things up a little bit there is definitely that but it's this has been going on in so many subtle ways for so long and you wouldn't notice it at any given time except in recent times when suddenly it became accelerated dangerously accelerated in the past year but you're right that there is an existing power structure that does not like the idea of donald trump coming in and changing things and he he doesn't do things the polite way you see this in the pearl clutching in the united states senate having worked in the senate in the two thousands there is the the good gentlemen the fine senator my good friend that sort of cordial talk and it's all well and good but a lot of those guys hate each other and they say vicious things about one another during the campaign and it's a show when you get in there and use the fine senator from such and such and you know that they cut an ad for your political opponent where they called you a griff ter on the take for big business or whatever trump doesn't play that game and that upsets the norm i'd say almost more than anything else he's done except for the regulatory reform which he hasn't gotten enough credit for the esteemed bastard from pennsylvania blah blah blah blah blah exactly yes okay tom and sharon pennsylvania he was making any comparison with you tom have you with us tonight thank you back thank you sir you know i think you can stay volume two and volume three how the liberals ruined the judicial system all system economic system institution of family religion american values and patriotism but my question i guess would be since it's been going on for about sixty years to get us here that i can think of at least how do we turn this ship around since we have so many generations that are indoctrinated sunlight is the best disinfectant as they say it's a cliche but it's it's based in truth and realistically just making people aware of and that's what i try to do in the book of the ways both overt and very subtle ways that you're being manipulated the way time magazine for example in newsweek magazine they still carry the cachet from when i was a kid there in the dentist office like these are important magazines but now they write up for example every sunday night john oliver's on hp always liberal british comedian alleged comedian and he he always goes after republicans one way or another and you can count on it like clockwork by monday morning time and newsweek and all the other news outlets on the left have written up what john oliver blasted or viscera or destroyed these are all their words the night before but that's biased by proxy is i put it it's called it's the title of a chapter they they cover this because they want to say these things but the last vestige of journalistic credibility doesn't allow them to say it themselves so they cover john oliver saying what john oliver says doesn't matter what samantha b says doesn't matter samantha b gets half the viewers of house hunters international on hdtv at ten thirty on wednesday nights that is a blip on a blip of radar but you would never know it from the amount of media coverage that they get because she is wildly popular in newsrooms just like john oliver who gets fewer viewers than reruns of the family guy the.
"steve who" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In a free market where you have businesses the businesses need to have a way to communicate to potential customers in order to get business and that's where marketing and advertising comes in in the former soviet union didn't have any advertising getting have private businesses so it doesn't mean that by saying that one extols advertising in his virtues it just that it is a necessary communication tool to link up customer and by itself let's take another call we have so rash she's from san mateo hice arash hello hello what's your question yeah my question is if the author could provide very specific guidelines or even better point to a website on customers or consumers can do to turn off our minimize all cookies all tracking and you know as that personal information is collected that's within our what's in your control is right now in the us you can stop people collecting your data or your cookies if you choose to opt out so you would go to facebook and you would follow the procedure i promise you probably get confused and that's deliberate on their part they don't want you to opt out but you can if you go through this laborious process on google and facebook and others and oftentimes people send you information and they say will you grant this permission to acquire your cookies and you can say no i don't know if a particular website that deals with this but everywhere every website where you are elder comes into your on your computer you have an ability to to opt out see what they've done in western europe which the advertising community hates is they say that the consumer in western europe has to choose to opt in in the us you have to choose to opt out it's it's a lot easier to opt in stomped out right we have someone named steve who writes in who says as companies rely more on technical information on demography we see increasing amounts of forgettable poorly crafted advertisements i love to know your thoughts on this as we were now entering a stage where we used to have back in the eighties and the seventies all of these emotionally driven or wellcrafted jingles and advertisements perhaps steve saying we're not seeing those anymore well you see you see you seem to.
"steve who" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"With donna and steve who's got the day off shannon paul is in the house hello huge whitney houston fan i loved her and this new documentary that they just premiered at the console film festival i'm actually very interested in this because if all of these things really are true would actually she was one of those people that i felt like there was probably more to the story and it was dyke even more involved because she went from this she was she made managed to retain that beloved celebrity singer aspect but when she started to kind of hafer travel race and do the these reality shows on stuff you're going why are you doing what's going on to right i know and i believe that this one has the approval of her family that's what i read as well so this documentary is hitting theaters on july six it is called whitney and the first trailer just came out and boy in one scene she delivers a nice little dig to paula abdul easy joel hey girl singing off key on the record why did he says he do more was these drug of choice what was it that throws them apart did john ever trying were they in love you must have known about the drug use i never knew there was any addiction i don't think she understood for herself and that's all hearing their things does spend your banner she made people proud that they were american i love you.
"steve who" Discussed on Katie Couric
"About in today's show that's right and an attention economy that's definitely true we also got this very interesting voicemail from a listener named steve who tried to return to a flip phone hi my name is glenn i'm an airline pilot and for eight months last year i went back to lift zone i decided i was spending too much time on my smartphone and so i got a kyocera split phone they used in the military and i really enjoyed unplugging a bit and not being as accessible all the time but i finally had to go back and buy an iphone because as an airline captain i had to access the internet and access company websites using my smartphone and also texting is going to a different type of technology where people send pictures and people send files texts that you just can't do that with without anymore so i had my experiment was a failure i had to go back to an iphone i try and limit my use of it more than i used to but i thought you'd like to hear that like every much well steve glenn noble effort we must say going back to a flip phone how luddite ish of you but you can see brian why that would be really hard because so much of our day to day activity and interactions require a you know a smartphone and not a flip phone there's even an app katy called moment which i was very long time and tells you not only how much time you're spending on your phone but what you're actually doing on your phone so you kind of ally to yourself and you think oh i'm checking my email and you're really on instagram and twitter and then you get sucked into a vortex of crap.
"steve who" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yeah and painting is very we i think is what it comes down to us you have to do so many that would sucks it right up if you've ever tried painting trim at your house windows or floorboards about that is three coats and nothing less i am telling you it is brutal it is very tedious but you know what we just had someone quotas to do floorboards guys it's a lot lot is a lot but it'll save you a lot of time this la money somebody like you steve who's time is just priceless this is what you should be doing is hiring out did you know that was my mindset at the beginning of the year donna thank you for sarcasm setting me up for that i thought you know i need to be very aware of my time this year and no when i should delegate out and hire out because i'm just not any good at it now we got a question coming in these are highly discouraged donna valentine is a question hi donna hi yes my name is donna thank you why am wondering when you're you're talking about not mowing your lawn this summer why don't you hire a kid in the neighborhood could i do like twenty lebron's pointing to himself like he would ryan no i'm offer i'm offering my services and he's just shoot me down he doesn't want you near as children which is completely understandable on account of the incident.
"steve who" Discussed on First Mondays
"The other follow up we've got dan is to continue to prosecute the war on arbitration that we mentioned last show we have a listener in the live chat steve who noted that the georgetown law student petition to you know have the career services offices at georgetown and of course hopefully everywhere combat this problem actually just hit two hundred signatures which is that that's a significant proportion of both georgetown student body and it's vassal ty so congratulations to georgetown people they have been excellent leaders in his area and i have seen a lot of movement in this area and i talked to reporters and stuff about this issue as i'm sure you have over the last couple of weeks and it really seems like change possible so we got into a huge fight with people on twitter who love arbitration and we're very mad at me and that was great too so you know big ups to everybody in vault in this because it's raising the profile of an issue on which we are clearly right so can't lose and did the let's talk about actual supreme court stuff yell do that what's on your mind well what are we missed what do we mess missed a lot we had we had some opinions about this summer of casella versus us yeah so this is a yet another it's like if you hear some of you may you mmediately think these days this is a summary reversal of qualified immunity grant not granted to a believes officer this what's this about this is a case where a police officer there was a report that of a woman who was apparently trying to cut down a tree with a knife.
"steve who" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"I think you gotta to do a lot of research to see who's doing it how much are they doing how are they charging and because this is going to lead to two things it's going to give you some initial clarity on the side hustle that you already doing except you're now going to focus on business people not students and then it's going to help you figure out what you need to know long term if you do want to start a business or launch into your own business down the road so very excited for you because you you love getting up on mondays you're already in a role you're making good money or the primary breadwinner and you'll love getting up on mondays because you love the work you're doing so this is exciting i think at this is what's going to challenge it's the challenge you need you just need more you like more you want more and it's there for you so that's your path and i think i think we're going to hear from you down the road and you've launched your own business i think you're going to get out of the part time teaching and you're going to get into part time coaching training and then eventually you transition into your business i think that's where it's going eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven if you'd like to jump in we're here for you because we believe you were designed to do something very specific and the world needs it and if you're not giving it to the world well you're holding out on us what's that all about let's go a four four seven four seven two five seven seven up next is steve who's on the line in houston texas steve you're on the ken coleman show i'm great steve how are you.
"steve who" Discussed on WCHS
"Gene zoo the heap who listens steve who listens lewis he will join us bruce this says the secretive chris smith a c it's not the glow you fee.
"steve who" Discussed on Calls with Chris Smith
"You know number one is establishing a clear north store as you guys know our purpose is to help small businesses grow our purpose is the focus on help in a world full of height so he your brand is a lot more going to be about your purpose than it is going to be about your product number two is consistency this is actually a direct quote when it comes to building a memorable brand it's all about consistency consistency in the design in the colors in the form adding in the verbiage in the words we use like there's actually uh i'll put this in um or maybe a net could drop this for me in flack but i have an example of what are called style guideline from companies like skype in companies like youtube like when someone else mentioned your brand when when a net is going to send an email versus steve who's writing a blog post versus tyler who's working on a new persons website versus jimmy who is developing the next product like being consistent with the words we use the colors we use the low goes we use across the company is critical consistency is what builds the brand number three of the motion you know people are a lot more excited to be attached to a company that makes them feel something and if you think about it like think about how emotional people get when you bring up android versus iphone thinkthank how emotional people get when you have a uh a debate about you know nike versus the under armor and and what happens is the reason brands need a motion is because brands are bill on larger communities of likeminded people like at curator like we're very relatable but we're very confident but were also very cutting edge but we're also a little bit edgy like the like when people described jimmy and i and when they talk about curator they don't always just say what we do or how we they say how we do it.