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"three three decades" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"Berezin of the people around them lead us at the people who create a better world for the future yet so many of us in our jobs feel helpless. We feel powerless. How how can we adopt the mindset of great leaders so that we can truly serve we can help elevate other people and we can show up as the best selves in the world and so I'm so excited to be bringing to you. Steve Fiber get this Steve. Bobber is a guy who rope radically. It was voted in fast company. Magazine is one of the top one hundred best business books of all time he was also in INC magazine's magazines global top fifty leadership and management experts. His website is called extreme leadership and he is one incredible able speaker. I heard him speak in Mexico around four years ago. I was so blown away at the way he presented his models for creating extraordinary organization so steep really inspired me now. His new book coming out has got a really kick ass title. I love this title. It's called love is just just damn good business. It's going to be published in September twenty nineteen again. Love is just damn good business so please welcome onto the mine valley podcast. Steve Barber ambitionless Kiani and this is the Mind Valley PODCAST Steve. How are you. I'm doing great vision. Thank you so much. What a great introduction Steve. We're GONNA be talking about leadership today now. Why is this important to everyone listening. Surely if you're a manager if you are running your own company of course that's important but well would be important to everyone at every every level of an organization yeah. I think leadership has become a word that we used to loosely. We throw it around without giving a lot of significant thought to what the implications is really are and there are some pretty pervasive myths about leadership so the first thing is that we all understand that it's important even if we haven't thought it through and you know. I've been doing this work for thirty years. That's all I do think about leadership but all of us understand at least instinctually and intuitively that leadership leadership is really important. The Myth is that we tend to relegate it as the sole responsibility of people who are in positions of authority who have title or in a company who sit at the top of the organizational chart which means for a lot of us. It's got nothing to do with me and that is absolutely not true. Leadership has nothing to do with your position listener title. It has everything to do with who you are. How you live your perspective on the world and your ability to influence people people around you to change the nature of things for the better so who you are how you live your perspective on the world in your ability to influence others in a positive positive direction yes to influence others in a positive direction. I mean technically you can lead somebody off a cliff. Is that leadership perhaps but maybe not the Kinda I would want to follow so I think that caveat is really important. Especially nowadays we have an opportunity. You know we throw around. The phrase changed the world to such a degree that that's become become a cliche nonetheless that is what our job is as leaders whether it's changed the world with a capital W or change the world of our immediate environment our team or company or whatever and that's an opportunity that is open to all of us. You know what I would really love to do vision is. I'd like to cover four points so wherever you are you're. You're a twenty one year old intern at a company. If you're a solo preneurs your if your more senior than organization it doesn't matter where you are. There are four things I'm going to recommend that you do to from wherever you are right now begin to develop your ability ability to influence people around you to change things for the better four things okay well. Let's get started. WHAT IS THE FIRST ITEM so number. One is starting right now. Re Frame Your Perspective on how you view yourself as a leader we see this happening every we certainly see it happening in the political arena and the world that I live in an have focused on for the last three three decades is the business world so this principle applies everywhere it applies in politics that applies and family life at applies in your community and I've seen a play out over it over again in business and that is a perspective that says I see what's going on around here and I'm not happy with it some day. When I I reach exposition someday when I've got a lot of money some day when I'm older some future date when I am in that leadership role dammit. I'm going to change things around here. So what I'm asking you to do is to shift your perspective from some on future day too right now so the question is starting right now. Can I view myself as a person who can and help make this place better from where I am by this place. You define what this place means whether it's displace quote unquote the country. Are you living or the company that you work for right and you know why. What you're saying is so fascinating today? Something interesting happened in my organization so I'm GonNa see you of the three Hundred Person Company and we had around twenty new employees join this month and when New People join the company. I typically take them out for lunch. I do an induction with them. I spent about three hours in the first two weeks with new hires and I always give them my phone number. So anybody can what set me would ideas now today. I I noticed something interesting. I receive ten ideas from the Group of twenty. People and nine out of ten ideas came from one person. One Person Person Out of twenty was responsible for ninety percent of all the new ideas from this group of twenty new hires and I asked myself why well firstly that one person brilliant firstly. I called up her manager today on like I think we need to look at this lady and give her every opportunity she can to rise up in the company. 'cause I like her ballsy nece and by the way half of the idea she suggested I sent to the respective departments or heads so they could look into writing. Some of them will probably get done but it's interesting that one person had the balls to do it and an eighteen people didn't summit a single idea in one person's minute one idea now. Why do you think that happens wise such a difference in how people respond onto these things so that it's a great question and these are new hires right new hire right so there are many possible reasons but I'm just trying to put myself self in their shoes. I'm starting at this company. I'm really excited to be here. The CEO just gave me his phone number. I heard him say that he wants my ideas but does he really mean it and what if I give him ten ideas and they all suck what if he thinks my ideas are stupid. These are all the conversations that we have with ourselves so on some level. It's lack of confidence. It's the trust hasn't been established yet. Is You know. Does he really mean it. Do I have of something to say arm ideas valuable and frankly these are all valid questions but the leadership approaches. Let's find out through through my actions which is that one person did so out of curiosity vision the ideas that this person sent you. Would you put them in the category of quote unquote good ideas some some got me thinking in a different way while five of them are not applicable because she's new. She wasn't aware about certain aspects of the company. Five actually got me thinking about things in a different way you see I think what many new people fail to realize so if you're in a company after this doesn't just apply to new people supplies to anyone in an organization the High Gordon Organization more complexity you have to deal with and the more complexity deal with means that there is never one idea that is doom it rather the big light bulb is a collection of tiny little bits of information that come together and so this woman in. I'll give her a name. A name was Martina so Martina didn't suggest to me any any idea. That's going to be our next product or anything but she planted tiny seeds that will stick to other things. The company is working on and make does things better and I think that's something that people often fail to understand and fail to realize that they have the power to do yeah so I heard you say you did a couple of things you distributed those ideas of the people that they're most relevant to in terms of potentially taking action then you communicated with whoever this she's reporting reporting to instead keep an eye out for this one because she came out of the gate with these ideas. Did you do anything else. I went up to her. The company social and thanked her for the ideas and I recorded quoted a message back to her getting her feet back on every single idea yeah so that's fantastic so what you're doing in which we all need to emulate emulate again from wherever we are is being really clear on what's important and being overt in your response to it as opposed to what a lot of people would do is. They got all these great ideas from this person. She's cool period right right so it has to follow through with action and to our point that's why this starts with re framing for all of us to reframe my view of myself as a leader so if I really thought of myself as a new hire or early on my career as somebody who really can have a positive influence now today. I'm going to start thinking about how you know what I do you and how I interact with people from that perspective versus on just a cog in the machine man in the reason I wanted to share that story is because so many people you're listening to this podcast in similar situations. They fail to understand power that they can have to transform an organization even if they are canoe hire Gary Vena Chuck Gary recently put up a really interesting video he spoke about how he would notice that employees of his would come up to him after the third year when they've been with the company for a while and they have a great deal of passionate trust and they know that this is the place for them. They're they come up to him and suggest the idea that he would go to executed near like Whoa. That's crazy and he's like well. It's not crazy. I like your idea. They want to execute on this and they would explain to him and he confessed this that for the first three years they never bothered to share the ideas because they didn't think it would be listened to and then finally when it gets listened to an executed they can't believe the number of ideas that probably never had a chance to shine because they were too afraid to speak up and I want to just urged people here who are listening to not fall into this trap. It's a very classic trump that so many of us fold into yes exactly and if you are in a traditional leadership position and by that I mean you have positional authority than your responsibility. I believe is to create an environment that encourages people to think of themselves as leaders and way you create that environment in part. It's about being explicit in that expectation from the get go like you did. This is what I would love from. You can share are your ideas with me and here's why this why this is so important to our organization and then when somebody actually steps up and takes you up on it then to reinforce it by you know through the actions and through the gratitude gratitude and through implementing ideas that you can implement and the other thing by Kinda fast but I wanna make sure that we don't lose it. There's an element to this perspective that you know on the surface. It sounds like an ego based. EGO oriented perspective. I'm GONNA prove to these people that I am a great leader because that's it's GonNa make me feel good. It does feel good but that's not the motivation so the motivation has to come as much as is humanly possible which is a challenging thing from somewhere other than my ego. I'm not doing this to tough myself up. I'm doing this because I want to have. A positive impact packed now. What that means is that when I'm in a position for example of offering ideas that doesn't mean that my ideas are all going to be used. I that my idea even though it's not used in the way that I recommend it and this is the effect that some of these head on New Vision can spark a thought that wouldn't been sparked otherwise and even though I can't attach my name to it saying hey look but that was my idea this company we have no idea the impact that we have in a non linear way through the ideas that we put into place and through the conversations that we have answer the way that we act and it's a very important point now. What was the first principal again that you were saying the first key idea reframe your personal leadership perspective too. I can lead today versus sometime in the future reframe your leadership perspective Nice. I like that okay now. Let's go on to the second idea so let me give a little context for it. The subtitle of the book loves just good business is do what you love in the service of people love what you do so. I just want to break that down on for a second teaching love as a hardcore success principle for a very long time and I believe that some baggage with it right. It's a very powerful thing and and yet there's some baggage. I like to break it down to three sections. Do What you love section. One in the service of people is the second one who love what you do is the third section so so to be more successful from wherever you are developing yourself as a leader right now today from wherever you are is finding your heart in the work..
"three three decades" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Absolutely yeah yeah here now are so there yeah well it doesn't surprise me they'll vote only four percent of straight women want us want to say I love you first not at all yeah I don't think I've ever said I love you first anybody my reject yeah to I don't know risky volleyball yeah totally and it's like given in first that's one thing you know it's just don't want to do yeah yeah in a way that is it's a weird thing but it's so weird it is kind of irrelevant day when you want to make sure that they're in you before you hand now that's right you just I don't know I think it's a protection thing too maybe you know yeah just to learn about the go there first rate we're already showing you everything else right by me just say that too right okay the met best way to live a long healthy life after a heart attack is sex lots of sex this is from the university college of London believe it or not you want a late live a long healthy life after her to check you should have as much sex as possible no just sounds counter intuitive to me well the studied eleven hundred men and women all of whom survive their first heart attack when they were sixty five or younger the eight and three decades later thirty years later they look at people between nineteen ninety two or ninety three three decades later the people who've had multiple sex is multiple times a week since her heart attack were thirty two percent less likely to have died and the people who had sex just once a week we're ten percent less likely so wow so why is sex graves for recovery the researchers aren't sure there aren't any physical reasons they think it's because it lots of sex is a sign of a healthy loving relationship and a healthy person and that's the key yes is seen alive for a long time the any beauty always tells the Santos lose our own yeah and even if it's not you know maybe if people are in their eighties maybe they're only having sex like once a week or something like that but it's the intimacy that close right the holding hands all of that no there you go that there are very patient cation case now I'm going to have to have five find some good sex stuff for the next time I'll be doing sex Monday which will be at the fair it might be animal sex are you kidding no children in the I don't care but I mean how animals have the farmer the big farm in the Twin Cities can't even believe Lanier alfalfa down there been times during six only the fair we're Julie got a little uncomfortable because you say Chuck Lorre a little you're going to do that this year all promise not to do that yeah and yeah he is going to tell us no no one just seen a member there are thousands of people listening is now at the big bass hundreds of I show for the better the show for the fifty people it might be that's right and we're not gonna do account done on the first day you say only team just get it all out again when you get anything out we're not going to talk about whether or rain about the rainy summer will keep that to be indoors studio that we have to look at people as we complained aloud at least in here we just see each other yeah were you Sir complaining I get that one nobody get Jennifer that are will be right back my talk on a seven one everything.
"three three decades" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Absolutely yeah yeah here yeah all right there you go so there yeah well it doesn't surprise me though about only four percent of straight women oneness want to say I love you first not at all yeah I don't think I've ever said I love you first anybody my reject yeah two I don't know risky phone number all yeah totally and it's like given in first that's one thing you know it's just don't want to do yeah yeah in a way that is a weird thing but it's so weird it is kind of irrelevant when you want to make sure that they're in you before you hand now that's right you just I don't know I think it's a protection thing too maybe you know yeah just to learn about the go there first rate we're already showing you everything else right by me just say that too right okay the met best way to live a long healthy life after heart attack is sex lots of sex this is from the university college of London believe it or not he won a late live a long healthy life after her to check you should have as much sex as possible not just sounds counter intuitive to me well the studied eleven hundred men and women all of whom survive their first heart attack when they were sixty five or younger the eight and three decades later thirty years later they look at people between nineteen ninety two or ninety three three decades later the people who've had multiple sex is multiple times a week since her heart attack were thirty two percent less likely to have died and the people who had sex just once a week we're ten percent less likely so it's wow so why is sex graves for recovery the researchers aren't sure there aren't any physical reasons they think it's because it lots of sex is a sign of a healthy loving relationship and a healthy person and that's a key at the scene alive for a long time the any beauty always tells the Santos lose our own yeah and even if it's not you know maybe if people are in their eighties maybe they're only having sex like once a week or something like that but it's the intimacy that close right the holding hands the all of that there you go that there are very cation case now I'm going to have to find a find some good sex stuff for the next time I'll be doing sex Monday which will be at the fair it might be animal sex are you kidding no children in the I don't care but I mean how animals have the farmer the big farm in the Twin Cities there are can't even believe Lanier alfalfa down there been times during six only the fair we're Julie got a little uncomfortable because you say Chuck Lorre a little you're going to do that this year all promise not to do that here and like yeah he is going to tell us no no one just seen member there are thousands of people listening is now at the big bass one thousand dollars hundreds of I show for the better the show for the fifty people it might be that's right and we're not gonna do account done on the first day you say I only just get it all out again soon to get anything out we're not going to talk about whether or rain about the rainy summer will keep that to be indoors studio that we have to look at people as we complained aloud at least in here we just each other yeah were you Sir complaining I get that one nobody gets to that alright we'll be right back Hey.
"three three decades" Discussed on WTVN
"Victims of Saturday's, Pittsburgh synagogue massacre will be laid to rest today funerals continue the rest of the week, President Trump and first lady Melania will also be in the city today. The shooting left eleven people dead inside the tree of life. Synagogue, White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, defending President Trump's blaming the media for fueling anger in the US. Very first thing that the president. Did was condemned the attacks both in Pittsburgh. And in the pipebombs, the very first thing. Media did was blame the president and make him responsible for these ridiculous. Acts trainers told reporters yesterday that the media seemed to blame the president for the slew of mail bombs that were aimed at high profile critics. She said the president is not responsible for these acts. She also accused Democrats fueling anger in the US. Mark mayfield. NBC News Radio the haunted hoochies apologizing for hosting a Nazi theme night on the day of the deadly synagogue shooting. ABC six is Rachel Penton. Talk to Alex, chef and employees and performer at the attraction admits the timing of this year's event was poor after a mass murder earlier that same day at a Pittsburgh synagogue is more of a joke. And in retrospect a joke that was timed poorly and is in poor taste ship claims. He and many other performers were so wrapped up in their work that they didn't know about the shooting until later that night, it's not necessarily an excuse. But it's important to kind of have some context for that. It wasn't like we're like a we're going to do in any way, you know, and just to be offensive the owners of the hundred hoochie say they post they've hosted swastikas Saturday. For nearly three three decades the event wasn't canceled over the weekend. Representatives of the haunted house apologized after an outcry on the organization's Facebook page saying they're sorry for any insensitivity on their part. The accused south Florida mail bomber remains behind bars in Miami in federal court yesterday attorneys for Caesar say awkward granted more time to prepare for bond request which prosecutors say they'll argue against meanwhile is reported kennel list of more than one hundred possible targets officials say a deadly shooting at a North Carolina high school that was a result of bullying. Charlotte Mecklenburg school superintendent Clinton Wilcox address the tragedy. We don't actively search.
"three three decades" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Media the the right the left wing media would have been all over it and they would have had that person fired that moment right it it it's the standards in this country are just they're unbelievable discs so double double face down in washington and somebody like maxine waters who's who's she's been elected and she gets away with saying this crap i know and you know people are texting me saying well what about the republican congressman joe wilson in south carolina who screamed you lie at the at president obama when he said that illegal aliens were not going to get we're not going to be eligible to get obamacare but you know what barack obama was lying joe wilson was telling the truth you know i mean i'd say that's all i mean it may have been a little rude for him to yell that out but you know again he's elected official this this woman this intern where does she get off screaming at the president of the united states and he has the right to do it and i'm not saying arrest or anything but when you're right where is the standard of your state of your us senator maggie hassen to let this to let this go unpunished absolutely and one of the things that i pointed out to senator housing in my letter was she she may not like president trump a lot of people don't but it's the office of the president and you honor that office of the president no matter what i detested gamma but i would never have said anything like that not allowed i know well the good news for caitlyn marriott martha is that the pumpkin fest has been moved so that she probably will break her leg jumping off a fraternity house roof drunk this fall right maybe somebody will throw a beer can thanks for the call martha we'd we don't like we don't want that to happen to good old caitlyn by the way we still can't we can't find that he marriott's donating big money to democrats in vermont the men don is apparently like a little little tiny community outside a rutland or killington resort but we did find some marriott's who are giving big money to bernie sanders and act blue which is one of those altleft the democrat organizations so maybe she's related to that we don't know we'll try to find out more as we go along eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two i mean she she's got to have some kind of serious money connection not to get fired over this a sully you're next with howie carr go ahead sally hey halley l you do a buddy i just love your show thank you gotta you gotta great crew gracie and steam they're just stand up people partner you're really lucky and we just love you here in arizona pardon go on go on go on i love what saudi i've never been called partner in my whole life can i call you haas i look like oh i i live with the home of sani sami the bowl the rats think ramana oh is he still around after all these years oh hit although he got pot that's phoenix yeah he was into drugs did the right after they put them in the witness protection program it's a funny thing with those people that go into the witness protection program somehow they always get into trouble again just ask cadillac craig solemin here in boston just convicted murder on friday afternoon yeah yeah he got salad adds to see at about five thousand hits on so but anyway this is a blast from the past this was the flash from the past you know who coined the phrase do it for the children and they hold up the children and they're always using children and i've been here for forty years though sully who started it i believe it was a easter appointing happy now i know you're talking about the gut the woman who reside the one woman who's resigned from a democrat administration in the last three three decades right is that who you're talking about when they were they were but see i when i was a reporter in winston salem north carolina back in the seventies they were the teachers unions even then we're talking about all we need we need pay raises for the children i think it i think it predates that thanks thanks for the call sully and keep listening to the.
"three three decades" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Their ideological cohesion day they've been there in a prolonged identity crisis which that's haven't got out of in what ways does netanyahu's life both mirror and help us to understand israel both its history and the israel of today the twenty first century physical chronological netanyahu's the first prime minister of israel to have been born within the new state he was born a year and a half after it was formed so his life is runs parallel to israel's story since its independence and in that way netanyahu has been been there both as a soldier as a diplomat politician it most of the major events that's v betty since he was nineteen when he was a soldier in elite unit he had a front row seat at many of an sometimes as a player in many visuals main events and many still tend to seem as a young newcomer but he's almost sixty nine he's he's been active for fifty years the military and the diplomatic corps then in politics and i think we can see how he's played a central role in forming israel today over the last three three decades and almost half of israel's life so the prime minister prime minister netanyahu he refused to be interviewed for for your book right that's true yeah how close did you get to speaking with him and he's he keeps a much much tighter hold on on the access to him and his his close surroundings i've met him numerous times over the of the period of three years in which i wrote the book i was think four times in various small groups meeting with him but they were not for writing the book they were briefings that i was part of as journalists in other in other settings and he usually through some kind of bob comments about this book your writing which will be a cartoon you don't know anything about me so you do get.
"three three decades" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Have been in a prolonged identity crisis which i haven't get out selected haven't got out of a in what ways does netanyahu's life both mirror and help us to understand israel both its history and the israel of today of the twenty first century chronological netanyahu the first prime minister of israel to have been born within the new state he was born a year and a half after it was formed so his life is runs parallel to israel's story since its independence and in that way netanyahu has been been there both as a soldier as a diplomat politician it most of the major events is betty since he was nineteen when he was a soldier in an elite unit he had a front row seat at many of an sometimes as a player in many visuals main events and many still tend to seem as a young newcomer but he's almost sixty nine he's he's been active for fifty years in the military and the diplomatic corps then in politics and i think we can see how he's played a central role informing israel today over the last three three decades and almost half of israel's life the prime minister prime minister netanyahu he refused to be interviewed for for your book right that's true yeah how close did you get to speaking with him and he's he keeps a much much tighter hold on on the access to him and his his close surroundings i've met him numerous times over the edge of the period of three years in which i wrote the book i was think four times in various small groups meeting with him but they were not for writing the book they were briefings that i was part of as journalists and other in other settings and he usually through some kind of bob comments about this book your writing which will be a cartoon you don't know anything about me so you do get.
"three three decades" Discussed on KOMO
"Those interrogation and that began an investigation by special prosecutors who ultimately decided not to bring charges but members of congress members in the senate really want to know what her role was in those in dance interrogation techniques her was in the destruction of those tapes and if she would firmly opposed the reintroduction of any such programs that might be restarted the agency and it's something that the president has into that in the past in fact speaking to abc right after he was elected he said he spoke to members of the intelligence community and quote i asked them the question does it work does torture work and the answer was yes absolutely so that is where senators are thinking right now is will she stand against any attempts to reintroduce this as the head of the agency that would be responsible for them her technique the what some are saying was torture is she the sole person responsible for that is at the administration is there anyone else who would be pushing her into doing that that's the question that senators want answered and that's actually what they're hoping to have gone answered today this see i actually delivered a set of classified documents to the senate so they can review her record her role at the cia over that thirty three three decade thirty years career and also her role in intelligence and those counterterrorism center programs post nine eleven and so those documents are hopefully going to answer some of these questions from the senators but we have an answer to that unlikely it could come up during that senate confirmation hearing what exactly her role was was something she was following orders on on you know where exactly in the hierarchy she landed abc's serena marshall thank you so much serena thank you lisa komo news time five twenty two time for your propel insurance money update from.
"three three decades" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The academy award for best actor for his career reviving performance in the godfather native american actress said gee little feather attended the ceremony in brando's place stating that the actor very regretfully could not accept the word as he was protesting hollywood portrayal of native americans in film this week in nineteen seventy nine and historic peace agreement was signed at the white house egyptian president anwar al sadat and israeli prime minister menachem begin signed the peace agreement ending three three decades of hostilities between egypt and israel miss devastating diplomatic and commercial ties this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty one president ronald reagan a shot in the chest outside of washington dc hotel by john hinckley jr the president was walking with his entourage who is limousine when hank standing among a group of reporters fired six shots at the president hitting reagan and three of his attendance after firing the shots was overpowered and pinned against the wall and president reagan apparently unaware that he had been shot was moved into his limousine by a secret service agent and rushed to the hospital and this week in nineteen ninetyfive the longest strike in major league baseball history ends major league baseball players are sent back to work because of the strike the nineteen ninety four world series was cancelled it was the first time baseball did not crown a champion in eighty nine years that's your look back at this week in history we report you decide factual fair and balanced coverage exclusive home of fox news.
"three three decades" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The judges ignore gates years learn to jump gradually they start on small jumps and work their way up to the big one the us hasn't meddle in skijumping since he first winter olympics in nineteen twenty four and looking ahead to the competition in south korea smith in glass there say while winning would be nice that's not their only goal i had a dream to be over to coach somebody that could make it to the olympics and the three guys that are gone i coached them all through their younger days and here they are in i would never had on olympian and now all of a sudden we have three three decades after he almost me the olympic team smith says he plans to be in the stands in pyongyang chung cheering on his skiers who trained at this unconventional facility in fox river grove illinois from here news i'm quinn myers this is npr news seven forty one now we need to check in with joe and see how the roads are always was that the going wrong on the nimitz free way the newest problem is northbound at sandra north eight eighty south of marina boulevard couple of cars might be blocking the left lane southbound eight ad also recovered from the earlier crash at stevenson which is still there on the shoulder the 580 richman bridge approaches sip pretty slow starting as far back as canal boulevard stay slow almost all the way across the span highway four westbound also still extra bad because of the crash should be point joe mcconnell for kqed joe's report brought to you by earthquake breese bolt dot com coming up in fresh air today the programme remembers actor jon mahoney he's best known for his role in.
"three three decades" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"He owns nine and a half million shares and his total stake was valued at more than five hundred sixty million so yeah the fact that he lost eighty four million stinks but uh i think he's doing okay we'll see how things change once he steps down companies still deciding whether it will still be the spokesperson which i guess beyond the money thing if you found something three three decades ago and you turn a broom closet at your father's bar into a pizza spot and grow to five thousand locations and this giant thing and then you have messed up so badly that they're going to remove you from power and possibly not even be the spokesman for the whole thing you founded that might hurt pride even more than your wallet and hurts our prime but think about it like if you're playing with one of your kids like what are your friends when you're a kid and he says i'm going to take my toys and go home but when you're taken that kind of cash and going home heights pretty significant uneasy a little better but he's he's picking up of the entire sandbox and taking it all with them still at okay and he can always just head over to peyton manning thousand hang out there if he's feeling down the hill is best buddy ugh i this i was reminded this story though jason because baltimore ravens president dick casts sent a letter to season ticket holders this week blaming shocker of all shockers the anthem protests for a dip in attendance for ravens games important note the jason is that the ravens players knelt only during the national anthem before their game in london they did not once protests during the anthem at a home game the closest they came was when they knelt together in prayer before then standing up for the anthem and he is trying to say in this six hundred and fifty six word letter that the there's a he says there's a number of reasons for the noshow but the one time protest in london has benefactor and it's noticeable thaw on that just that drives me crazy so all you know i've been to some ravens games in my lifetime and it's it's pretty i'll never forget the first time a win i sat in a season ticket area.
"three three decades" Discussed on KCRW
"Back again with left right and center i'm josh barrow on tuesday for the first time since 1992 democrats want a senate race in alabama roy moore was a damaged candidate even before several women came forward to accuse him of making sexual advances on them when they were minors he had twice been removed from the state supreme court and when he ran for state supreme court justice in 2012 he put up one of the weakest performances of any republican candidates statewide in less decade in fact as president trump reminded his twitter followers on wednesday trump had warned alabama republicans they'd better vote for luther strange in the primary because more was at risk of losing the general election we're joined by john archibald columnist for the alabama mediagroup that's company that owns several major papers in alabama including the birmingham news john how did doug jones when this thing well as sort of a perfect storm of for doug does number one and the one that cannot be overlooked is the fact that he was running against one more and as you say he has a long long history a quartercentury at three three decades of of history with alabama ends which of course uh included those things being kicked off the court twice which included uh really kind of voice in the most extreme elements of the state uh saying uh just countless things that people have taken as outlandish i including you know the every everybody's heard them by now the the get rid of the amendments after the first ten and uh uh gay people should be jail than and it's just a it kind of built into a ball and that was very large but doug jones uh was able.
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"Here be monsters the podcast about finally i invite hell the dark mother to join the circle she who sees in accept me in all my beauty and ugliness i offer to her all it has died in his decaying in my heart i ask her to find a way to give it new life find here be monsters at k c r w dot com slash podcasts back again with left right and center i'm josh barrow on tuesday for the first time since 1992 democrats want a senate race in alabama roy moore was a damaged candidate even before several women came forward to accuse him of making sexual advances on them when they were minors he had twice been removed from the state supreme court and when he ran for state supreme court justice in 2012 he put up one of the weakest performances of any republican candidate statewide in last decade in fact as president trump reminded his twitter followers on wednesday trump had warned alabama republicans they'd better vote for luther strange in the primary because more was at risk of losing the general election we're joined by john archibald columnist for the alabama mediagroup that's company that owns several major papers in alabama including the birmingham news john how did doug jones when this thing though sort of a perfect storm of for doug does number one and the one that cannot be overlooked is the fact that he was running against ruined more and as you say he has a long long history a quartercentury at three three decades.
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"I said i i tend to agree with wide i think that this is one major i mean he's a huge hasn't happened at three three decades more than three decades really since president reagan did it we've had massive tax reform this could be the president president trump that sides it this could be the republican senate and the republican house gets done and it may overcome bob baghdad ended a good way overshadow some of the scandal ed controversy plaguing both parties actually so where the effects of that will not be as important in the midterm elections coming up in 2018 as the success of tax reform which i think would dominate the narrative of the 2018 midterm election cycle now during i certainly agree with wanda in you i mean look we fight on so many of these issues about making the impact impacted dc smaller in our lives in and shortening that long arm of the federal government will during there's no better way to do that than to reduce the amount of money that that that washington dc takes out of your paycheck it specials over into all of the other issues that we talked about the power of the bureaucracy the you know the the impact of the irs in their ability to enter into your lives to jordan on all of these other issues that we talk about they become a little bit easier if you reduce taxes and you simplify the tax code it shortens the reach of the federal government so i think you're looking at a gop senate who promised a lot of things in an election cycle and has not done a very good job of delivering and of course neither have the democrats door they're not at the table on this but they are not in power i would agree with you this is the most important thing to get done and if it gets done jordan i would argue that several those things that we've talked about over the last several weeks they might follow closely behind this is how we're going to focus in on the show today because when you talk taxes obviously there's two issues wad isikoff todd i mean that that's the.
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"Go vertical with their operation because they were more surface area on the rooftops to i'll solar energy so that they can power other operation for free by the end of that they are european union cop shows you know a like number one rated cops shows in the nation thought it was all filled the on and on central boulevard dealt with that needles tangling out people's army speedboat terms through that cops snow decades and that the most popular top related tv show it's i don't know how many decades it's been now three three decades probably and maybe they did film some episodes in albuquerque but that's the show that they filmed all across the united states sara thanks for the call tonight tollfree number here eighth 55 450 free alike freedom if you want to drain at all as hard workers that are payer welfare all right so johnson i know have a story about the bitcoin war by jimmy song from medium dark us correct i like this guy's articles generally when he's talking about the details of bitcoin 'cause he makes it kind of easy understand folks i think he's a little bit wrong on us but i'll try and cover this are a title is the divorce of crypto austrians and crypto king conclusions i believe is aquinas since can eat cajun's occasions i think is the house a pronounced moon youth i know it's it's qian's team is great but i believe in zieleniec qian's ian zor yet keynesians let's go that nurit the scaling battle that's rage in the bitcoin ecosystem the past three years is finally over the entire bitcoin network has spoken and it has spoken for what exactly there are lots of articles that will chronicle for you what's happened in the past few months and years if you are familiar with the story so far please go read this in this article i'm going to try and turkey what this all drama means in that are was a link anyway the great divorce the final nail in the coffin of a united community that was the abandonment of the two x hard for earlier this week but to be truthful the bitcoin community has been divided for a long time the past few years has been the.
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"Session closed nineteen past the hour let's kick global news now go to bloomberg 960 newsroom in san francisco at baxter's they're he's got the latest at our i thank you very much doug justin arter an of a labour party the new zealand new prime minister coalition of labour and new zealand first parties japan's prime minister setting up for what could be a landslide win for his ldp prime minister ottis ldp ca with three hundred of the four hundred sixty five seats up for grabs it could be the best result in three three decades uk prime minister may is made an impassioned speech the uae eu leaders saying they must take urgent steps to move brexit talks forward so that both sides can take a deal they can sell their own people german chancellor merckel says she thinks the talks and go into the second phase in december us secretary of state rex tillerson says is patients with china is growing very thin he says he wants to see some movement and cooperation regarding north korea south china sea or trade he says he is seen none in any of those areas it appears at least for the moment as if the short term healthcare plan to plug holes in obamacare has the president's support former us president george w bush in a speech today saying the us cannot afford to turn away from embracing partnerships in globalization global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one 128 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg david ed thank you for that update there were we joined on the phone right now from tokyo by nicolas smith strategist at say japan thank you for staying on nick so we we're we're moving into earning season or this upcoming reporting he's an over in tokyo gives a sense of what to expect which sectors you think are likely to stand out in terms of both positive and negative surprises the over all of.
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"Station there in our remembers at that concert there were nra member shot at that cutter in an ira members murdered at the concert cox on fox is tucker carlson tonight says he's certain steven paddock was not one of their members and that's the one thing that is consistent is they blame the one organisation whose members don't commit the koran's earlier today the nra expressed support for additional regulations for bump stocks paddock use those ticket modify his guns to shoot at rates similar to fully automatic weapons lisa steve republicans and democrats both agree that through the regulation for bumps staunch is needed president trump was asked if they need to be bad we'll be looking into that over the next should house democratic leader nancy pelosi they've done to say if you give them thumbs stock it's gonna be a slippery slope i certainly hope so but i don't think bonsack should be a substitute for the background checking by the way the background check is a compromise texas republican senator john cornyn said yesterday as hunter in sportsman he doesn't understand the use of the bumps i wanted to have a hearing on it oscarwinning producer harvey weinstein accused of sexual harassment over a period of decades weinstein said in a statement i sincerely apologize for it though i'm trying to do better i knew i have a long way to go in the same statement the movie mogul says he's going after the nra and the president's the allegations stretch over three three decades in our as recent as 2015 weinstein saying he's taking a leave of absence and has hired famed women's rights activists and lawyer lisa bloom two tudor and represent him and gawker lawyer charles j harder to take on the thai thought that the gel pollino fox news baron balance finding great people to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack it's time to try ziprecruiter where eighty percent of employers who post jobs on ziprecruiter goodquality candidate through.