35 Burst results for "Twenty twenty"

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | just now

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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Cousins, Vikings cruise 30-17, end skid vs. Seahawks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 min ago

Cousins, Vikings cruise 30-17, end skid vs. Seahawks

"Kirk cousins threw three touchdown passes before halftime then guided three clock draining field goal drives after that as the Vikings accelerated past the Seahawks thirty seventeen Alexander Mattison stepped in for an injured Dalvin cook and racked up one hundred seventy one total yards rushing eighteen times for seventy six yards in the second half cousins went thirty of thirty eight for three hundred twenty three yards in his third consecutive turnover free game Russell Wilson was twenty three of thirty two for two hundred ninety eight yards and a TD I'm Dave Ferrie

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Burrow throws 3 TDs, Bengals drop listless Steelers 24-10

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 hr ago

Burrow throws 3 TDs, Bengals drop listless Steelers 24-10

"Joe burrow picked up his first road and AFC north wind passing for three touchdowns as the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Pittsburgh Steelers twenty four to ten boroughs big shot came with forty three seconds left in the first half as he found rookie jamarr chase for a thirty four yard touchdown pass Joe Mixon ran for ninety yards for the Bengals Jack Taylor's team is down two and one for Pittsburgh Ben Roethlisberger was intercepted twice he passed for three hundred eighteen yards including one hundred two to Nagy Harris who caught a Steelers running back record fourteen passes the Steelers though are wanting to Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Allen shakes off rust in Bills' 43-21 rout of Washington

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 hrs ago

Allen shakes off rust in Bills' 43-21 rout of Washington

"This quarterback Josh Allen threw for four touchdown passes in three hundred and fifty eight yards ran for another score is buffalo cruised to a forty three twenty one win over the Washington football team the bills had a seventeen play ninety three yard drive capped off by a five yard Emmanuel Sanders touchdown in the third quarter that put them up by three scores Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke threw two interceptions to go along with two touchdowns in the losing effort with the win buffalo moves to two one one on the season Washington drops to one in two GB Taglich orchard park New York

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Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 hrs ago

Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

"Two plays after given new life because of a pass interference penalty against Kansas city Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert threw the game winning touchdown pass in there thirty to twenty four win Herbert also made the best of four takeaways by the Chargers defense Herbert threw four TD passes without any interceptions chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had three touchdown passes but was intercepted twice Greg Ackland Kansas city

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Garrett, Browns rough up rookie Fields, slam Bears 26-6

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 hrs ago

Garrett, Browns rough up rookie Fields, slam Bears 26-6

"The Browns defense made sure Justin fields first NFL start was a disaster in defeating the bears twenty six six the brown sacked fields nine times with Myles Garrett setting a team record with four and a half fields had just one net passing yards and the bears managed only forty seven yards and six first downs Cleveland receiver Odell Beckham junior had five receptions for seventy seven yards in his first game since October twenty fifth Kareem hunt finished with one hundred fifty five total yards including a twenty nine yard TD run in the fourth quarter Baker Mayfield tossed a scoring pass for the Browns who outgained the bears for eighteen to forty seven I'm Dave Ferrie

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Tucker's NFL-record FG lifts Ravens to 19-17 win over Lions

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 hrs ago

Tucker's NFL-record FG lifts Ravens to 19-17 win over Lions

"Justin Tucker set an NFL record with a sixty six yard field goal now to get past the crossbar as time expired to give the ravens a nineteen seventeen win over the alliance after Baltimore wasted a sixteen seven fourth quarter lead Lamar Jackson threw a thirty six yard pass to Sammy Watkins on fourth in nineteen getting the ravens across midfield with seven seconds left Jackson was sixteen of thirty one for a season high two hundred eighty seven yards with a touchdown and an interception Detroit's Jared Goff was twenty two of thirty for two hundred seventeen yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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Winston has 2 TDs, Saints pick Jones 3 times in 28-13 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 hrs ago

Winston has 2 TDs, Saints pick Jones 3 times in 28-13 win

"Jameis Winston threw for two touchdowns and Malcolm Jenkins had a pick six in the saints twenty eight thirteen win over the patriots Winston completed thirteen of twenty one for one hundred twenty eight yards one week after recording a career low passer rating Taysom hill ran for a touchdown and Alvin Kamara rushed twenty four times for eighty nine yards patriots QB Matt Jones was thirty of fifty one for two hundred seventy yards and a touchdown but he also threw three interceptions two leading to saints TD's Norman's recorded three sacks and hit Jones eleven times I'm the ferry

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Merkel's bloc sees worst result since 1949; Social Dems rise

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 hrs ago

Merkel's bloc sees worst result since 1949; Social Dems rise

"Latest exit polls in Germany's election not showing a tight race between Germany's center left social Democrats and outgoing German chancellor Angela Merkel's center right bloc according to projections Michael center right bloc is heading towards its worst ever result in the country's parliamentary election one projection by public television said D. F. puts the social Democrats headed by outgoing vice chancellor or not Schultz in the lead at twenty five point six percent of the votes the same poll puts Merkel's union bloc led by state governor Amanat **** training behind it twenty four point four percent given the exit poll predictions putting together the next coalition government for Europe's biggest economy could be a lengthy and complicated process I'm Karen Thomas

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UK looks abroad to ease trucker shortage amid run on gas

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 7 hrs ago

UK looks abroad to ease trucker shortage amid run on gas

"As people continue to line up at the petrol pumps amid a shortage of truck drivers Britain's transport secretary reassures the public that there is no fuel crisis in the country British transport secretary grant Shapps is told Sky News there is no shortage of petrol in the U. K. but's that has not stopped mattress performing lines at gas stations to fill up just in case shops believes media hype has exacerbated the problem one of the worst situations decided to leak the details to to to to the media and that has created as we have seen what a large degree of of concern people naturally react to those things belong she's at gas stations it's more of a teacher shortage of truck drivers ticket by the pandemic amongst other reasons shops on he's the problem is not exclusive to Britain in Europe the some of the for example in Poland the the choice which is a hundred and twenty three thousand drivers Karen China's London

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Panel OKs Dems' $3.5T bill, crunch time for Biden agenda

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 12 hrs ago

Panel OKs Dems' $3.5T bill, crunch time for Biden agenda

"Democrats have pushed a three point five trillion dollar ten year bill through the house budget committee in an unusual virtual meeting Saturday the panel approved the measure on a near party line vote twenty to seventeen illustrating the challenges democratic leaders facing uniting the party one Democrat Scott Peters of California joined the sixteen Republicans on the budget committee in opposing the legislation the three point five trillion dollar measure embodies president Biden's domestic aspirations strengthening social safety net and climate programs but the approval marks just a minor procedural advance toward debate by the full house and democratic leaders are still hunting for compromises to resolve the divisions within the party Ben Thomas Washington

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Joe Biden and the Left Are Waging Their Biggest War on American Soil

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:00 min | 13 hrs ago

Joe Biden and the Left Are Waging Their Biggest War on American Soil

"The democrats joe biden and this regime. They know exactly what they are doings. Which is armor enemies. And they're waging the true war here. They're real war is the war against the unvaccinated. The war against christians the war against conservatives which is strengthening the security state. And i agree with you. Sub so many establishment republicans think that this is the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. And you know someone who's twenty seven years old. I could tell you that country's not coming back anytime soon. It's done it's over. I want to stop hearing this garbage more. We agreed disagree with a really. Who are you talking about exactly the people that now say that we shouldn't be able to go to restaurants because i don't take an experimental vaccine the people that now say that we are going to restrict. If you have one hundred employees are more we're gonna bring osha in and tell you how to run your business. No there's only one way this ants either we win or we lose and you know what we're going to beat them and we're going to

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Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 14 hrs ago

Who is Dr. Jeff Barke?

"Talk about the truth. Let's talk about science with one of the few doctors who's out there telling the truth about what we need to know about. Covert therapeutics boston. Vaccines welcome to america. First one on one. It's dr jeffrey balki. Board thirty five primary care physician. Welcome dr to one on one so great to be with you. Thanks so much for having me on. Well we had you on the radio show a week ago. It was super. It was too short. So we've already invited you back for a one on one discussion for those who missed the interview on the radio show and who haven't heard of you before. Just by way of introduction. Who are you what do you do. And what is our ex liberty our expert liberty is my website sev- where people can go and learn more about me. I've got a newsletter that i put out every couple of weeks naked subscribed it out by the way i recently started. A podcast. informed dissent the intersection of healthcare in politics and that can be found at in armed descent media dot com. I'm a primary care physician board-certified. I've been in private practice for over twenty five years i've served as an assistant professor at uc irvine. I've also served as a board member at the orange county medical association and in my spare time. I work as a tactical physician role local law enforcement agency emily last year. I started a charter school. A hillsdale affiliated republic charter school in the city of orange here in southern california but my day job is treating patients that i've treated literally hundreds and hundreds of cova patients successfully by instituting early treatment with many of our repurpose medications. That were really well. You can get visions early

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The Most Egregious Politicization of Health Policy in US History

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 14 hrs ago

The Most Egregious Politicization of Health Policy in US History

"Let's talk about the therapeutics that made my covert experience the mildest case of the flu. I've ever had thanks to my doctor. Dr sam pappas on hydroxy December last i had three days of the sniffles felt a little bit tired and that was my experience. Not only that. I don't know why you left it out of your by but it says euros an officer in the. Us army reserve medical costs. God bless you doctor barky for everything you do and are doing to get the truth out there. Let me just start right at the beginning to the mirror. In twenty five years of practice serving your fellow man have you ever ever seen such an egregious politicization of health policy in our nation. Doctor never dr gorka at and it really makes me sad to say this. But some of our healthcare agencies like the fda the cdc unfortunately were realizing now have been captured by industry. And what i mean by that is the funding from the fda in the cdc about fifty percent come from the organizations that their charter to oversee. So the fda used to be entirely funded by taxpayer dollars as it should be and the fda is supposed to work for the american people to keep them safe to oversee pharmaceutical companies including vaccine companies. But now they're funded by the industry in the end the groups they are supposed to be overseeing and

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Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 14 hrs ago

Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

"It has been twenty years yesterday. The anniversary of nine eleven which is a moment's a day in history that i think changed all of our lives instead assan. Maybe even a different trajectory in life and it was difficult to look back on twenty years and certainly it made it even more difficult with the way that we were led out of afghanistan over the last month by the biden administration. Our first question is for mark levin and sad. We'd like you dr. Sebastian gorka to be our one responder mark. What is our greatest national security threat today. joe biden. i'm not cleaning. I am not kidding. The people he is surrounded himself with a disaster. He's got a secretary of defense that helped create the isis caliphate. He's got a sector stay. Who comes out of the ivy league. Schools really doesn't know a damn thing same with his national security adviser so when you look among those people it's absolutely a disaster. The idea that we've american citizens in enemy territory the idea that we would leave afghan patriots. Who fought with us in enemy territory. The idea that twenty years after nine eleven the taliban will be stronger and bigger control the entire country about ghanistan with the backing of al-qaeda and china and russia iran sees this north korea sees is all of our enemies see this we are in dire dire

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No. 17 Coastal Carolina wins 53-3; UMass' 15th straight loss

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 19 hrs ago

No. 17 Coastal Carolina wins 53-3; UMass' 15th straight loss

"Number seventeen coastal Carolina scored on eight of nine possessions in a fifty three three thrashing of UMass Grayson McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for another helping the Chanticleer start off foreign for the second straight season McCall scored on a three yard run and heave TD passes of twenty five and twenty three yards the Chanticleer scored on all five of their first half possessions for a thirty six nothing lead at the break McCall finished ten of fourteen for one hundred sixty two yards before taking a seat in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie

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Williams, No. 1 Alabama sprint by Southern Miss, 63-14

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 20 hrs ago

Williams, No. 1 Alabama sprint by Southern Miss, 63-14

"James and Williams opened the game with a one hundred yard kickoff return then added an eighty one yard touchdown catch and another eighty two yard run back in number one Alabama sixty three fourteen pounding of southern miss Bryce young was nearly flawless in throwing for five touchdowns completing twenty of twenty two passes for three hundred thirteen yards right now Williams ran for one hundred ten yards and chase McLaughlin added ninety seven tank he's passed for one hundred thirty one yards and two touchdowns with an interception for the golden eagles and the ferry

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No. 5 Iowa rallies to defeat Colorado State 24-14

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 23 hrs ago

No. 5 Iowa rallies to defeat Colorado State 24-14

"Spencer Petras threw for two hundred twenty four yards and two touchdowns as fifth ranked Iowa came back from a fourteen seven halftime deficit to beat Colorado state twenty four fourteen the Hawkeyes scored touchdowns on back to back possessions it took a combined four plays in the third quarter linebacker Jack Campbell recovered a fumble at the Colorado state six to set up a game tying touchdown run by wide receiver Tyrone Tracy junior petrous tossed a twenty seven yard TD pass to tight end Sam reporter on the next possession giving the Hawkeyes at twenty one fourteen lead I'm the ferry

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"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"I remember the Email. Well, I told you I've only been VC for twenty minutes. So I don't think I have twenty minutes worth of material. So I've learned a lot when I've really been focusing on is the actual investment decision. So if you think about venture. Yeah, I think the job is really broken into four different cars. There's sourcing opportunities picking the opportunities to invest in a winning the opportunities that you pick. And then helping the come. And in my Roth practice, I did a lot of sourcing. I've been very big law practice and people just didn't show up at my doorstep begging for my services, particularly in the early days, and helping companies with something that I had done for a long long time. So it was really about kicking the companies would that was where I was really beach, and I've built up a bunch of different methodologies that I now have a system and a process that I believe in now I've yet to prove out whether they're good systems are process processes, but at least I have a system and a process for evaluating companies, which is a long it's a long way. Absolutely. I mean, a lot of people especially kind of new to venture. And I'm very much included in that bracket say that the biggest challenge is the length of time it takes to really determine whether you will get on all I'm intrigue foresee that being something that you will struggle with and other any other kind of challenges have been tough to get your head around with the kind of reality of the role. Yeah. There are two different thoughts on that one. Is that the learning curve it's really hard because the feedback loop is so long book I read called Super Four. Casting. And it's ask the question of our some people better at predicting the future than others and can people learn about that? And it's a fascinating book. And one of that book says if you want to on the first thing insurance. Yes, some people are better at predicting the future, and the people who are tend to take these complex problems and break them down to some parts..

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"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"And so I think that's a memorable in the sense that like I was so prepared because I thought look this is going to be this person is very very successful. And I thought this is really challenging and I was ready on seven different dimensions. And what you find is. The folks who are sometimes the most successful. I've really done the work. They didn't get there by accident. And they've done the work. They know what they are looking for and literally I was out of there. I think within twenty minutes I was out on how to commitment. I didn't know what to do with myself for the rest of the hour. I think to be tested into you had done beforehand. I have dreamt developing meetings. Well, again, because I did so many I can tell you how rare that is. But when it does happen. I know for me, I certainly not going what just happened there. I mean, okay. Maybe I'm going, but I'm not that good come on what's going on here. And so you just have to think through this is incredible. This person has their success for a reason that is when I do want to finish today row on the most recent publicly announced investment and tell me why did you say yes, most recent would be fun to announce investments onto Seema is the name of the company S E A Sima there in the space of define his legacy code maintenance. Which is a mouthful, but basically it uses the often used AI and machine learning to automate the maintenance of code, and I said yes to this crew because maybe wouldn't be surprised, but government agencies are still running on Cobol in some cases. And this from the seventies. This is a real problem and government these systems are so old. And there's such a may. Major retirement wave that there's literally nobody around to maintain them. And so refectory is an understatement in the tech space, and I'm not talking about like just referring for a payroll system at some state level agency. I'm talking about like you need to reflieffactor code that. Nasa uses right in launch vehicles. Right. That's what we're talking about here. So to us code if you think about is sort of the very foundation now of how our society operates and every single engineering department of the world, frankly is going to need CBA, not just tech. And so we looked at this code maintenance challenge as just a massive business opportunity and tremendously impactful within the tax base. So that's why we said, yes, we're on as I said many times before the show, and he said that Ron is an absolute mentioned, he will be amazing. Blown me away today. Thank you so much for joining me. Stay I really enjoy. So thank you for the invite. I mean, I'm not sure I really need anymore. But I do want to say Ron's been so kind to me since I'm so grateful to him for what he's done. I so you many Mahita without introduction. I really do. Appreciate that. And I'm so excited for the upcoming is with tech. Likewise. We'd love see behind the scenes the twenty minute VC. You can do that on Instagram at H dubbing 's nineteen Ninety-six, it'd be great CU that. But before we leave you today, and I want to spend a minute. It's two o'clock Brax the first I called for Stella Saab spice found is Pedroia. Bill to payments business in Brazil themselves rejected for corporate called when they're in y combinator they decided to build Brax with instant online. Sign up. No found a liability required. Ten to twenty times higher than standing. Cod's pretty incredible. I know and you can sign up for Bryce today and fees waived by entering the code Harry during sign up on.

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"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"The incredible pressure to do that in order to move quickly. And yet you also want to honor a desire for diversity. The trap that people fall into is taking on diversity. Debt. And I think what they don't recognize is that that debt increases exponentially because when you have a team of four and you add a underrepresented candidate to that group, they represent twenty percent of your culture in twenty percent of your DNA going forward. They will make twenty percent of your hires must likely and have an influence and outsize influence on that route. I think as you grow and you become ten people fifteen twenty. The ability for that first person to feel that they have a place in that company that they can effect the DNA of that business without taking on tremendous outside responsibility for any one person to influence that culture and to drive hiring practices and the sensitivities in meetings around different people from different backgrounds. Different approaches. I think that burden quickly becomes untenable for the vast majority of people, and it becomes unlikely that that company will ever achieve diversity between ten people and one hundred, two hundred or five hundred people. And I think we've. See this today. Some of the very largest companies as they struggle to retain underrepresented candidates and employee's what they're finding is yes, they can recruit because the quality is absolutely there in which tremendous effort to expand your network. You can find, obviously, unbelievable people, talented people that would bring diversity to your employee population at the same time, retaining them because of the DNA of those businesses. Because of the cultures that had been established is a whole nother challenge which is exponentially harder than recruiting them in the first place. I mean, what if anomalies the nation? But appliance venture, then why is it so cool to returns? So I'll speak to the US because that's where we invest in the United States. In unfortunate, consequence of our history is that the way someone looks whether that's gender or race is often a very good proxy for their life experience because our society has been formed in a certain way, and this is sad fact of our history and something that we need to own. And when you know that and you recognize that someone's. Life experience has tremendous impact on their go forward worlds, you, it shapes the way they think about product creation. The way they identify problems the way they understand the needs of customer. You start to understand that if you want to serve the customers of tomorrow, you need diversity today inside your business and to be successful and to have the insights that you need nor to generate returns. That venture capitalists are pursuing. All of us need to wake up to this idea that the very largest companies over the next decade are likely to be founded and led by people who don't look like the people of the last decade..

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"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"This is the twenty minute with me. Harry Stubbings at age Stubbings nineteen. Ninety-six with two on Instagram but straightens day because I think this is simply one of the best shows we've ever done. It was such a joy for me. Do the twenty minutes went out of the window to be quite honest. And so with that, I'm so thrilled to welcome fin bonds partner first round capsule, one of the most prestigious unsuccessful early stage funds of the last decade with a portfolio including the lice of Uber square Worby Parker hotel tonight, goats, patient ping atrium and many, many more incredible companies as thin. In his own words. He learned the business of startups helping grow and one from fifteen million dollars to two hundred and twenty five million dollars in revenue as creative director for footwear and started his own fitness video game company producing yourself fitness, the first game of its kind for XBox PlayStation two. While he also built partnerships with the likes of Proctor and gamble, and McDonald's and Finarsih writes the most fantastic blog sneaker had VC. That really is a must read for me always. And I do say he signed to finish partners, Josh Koppelman Bill trend should roll pays, hey. Born for the fantastic questions provided stay. I really do appreciate that. But before we welcome into the whole seats day, we mentioned some incredible companies in the of that, and I want to spend a minute talk Bracks the first corporate card for startups Sprague's found his enery Kim Pedro Bill to payments, business in Brazil, but found themselves rejected for a corporate call it when they're in Wycombe beta. They decided to build Brax with instant online sign up, no founded liability required, unlimited ten to twenty times higher than standing cod's pretty incredible. I know. And you can sign up for Bryce today and get fees waived by entering the codes..

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"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"It's very easy to tell when you're in a meeting with someone, whether they have the the respect of their peers, and if they don't pretty easy to tell why. So those are probably one in two things that I look for is can you build a team attract talent end? Can you garner the respect of your peers cross functionally in a company that you work with? I'm saying things. He said they're out the credibility because we would him on it before the show. And you said about building credibility amongst the three different groups being the investors, the employee's in customers, the positi. How do you fundamentally think about developing that credibility with these three. Cool is I think the key to credibility is consistency, and I'm not talking about that. You know, you take a high growth company like ours. Things are going to happen. Badges start telling my board, our investors, they know that sometimes we're going to exceed the expectations. People have of us in sometimes we're gonna fall short. We're trying to do something really big and that stuff will happen. But the question is, is the consistency in terms of the thinking, the mentality, the singular vision of what the company wants to be at the end of the day has at remained the same. And when you think about investors, whether earlier or later investors and then of course, your customers, they wanna see the same thing. They wanna know that what they got involved with is in what they choose to sign their career onto an employee or their capital onto his an investor or their dollars onto a customer, that it is what they thought it was. And that to me is the biggest thing in credibility right that you're consistent that you don't change with every whim that's out there that you don't get whipsawed and moved around by every little thing that you stay consistent. And again, that isn't just about. Out. Here's my plan. I signed up. I hit it. I'd like to do that too. But it's also about how you talk about the vision of the company, what it is you're trying to accomplish the mission. Those are the things that I think have to remain the same for credibility to be built and credibility is not built in a month. It's not built through anything you say it's built through what who do. There's nothing you can say, frivolously, writing emails being on all hands meetings, any of that stuff that's going to substitute for the way you actually are. And that to me is how you build credibility across the board with all those constituents see been on by signs of the table as invested investing in the found this expressing that mission you on one of the founders expressing the mission in vision. I'm intrigued wet easy. Many go wrong in how they approached developing that kind of cool credibility in trust within the relationship. Well, I can tell you that I've experienced all sides of it. I would say that one big way to lose credibility is to blues nerve. So pitch me, sell me on a big idea and then tell me you're going to sell. The business or tell me you're gonna sell short of what the mission or vision could be of the business. That kind of thing. You can lose credibility fast because you know, you come in and you say, I'm going to build the the world's next grade business in this sector are sectors. Agriculture in farming is obviously many sectors out there. And then you know you're to later things are not exactly as you hoped they would be. You're losing some patients and you say, well, you know, there's somebody who may want to acquire the company and maybe we should stop. I think you can lose credibility really fast by losing your nerve or changing your mind about what it is you believe about the business in its potential. So that's one. And that's true of if you're a CEO talking to an investor talking to employees, it's also true to Chuck into your customer. You know, a lot of times your customer is working with you because they're excited about the prospect of what the business is going to be. And if that changes very quickly than their sentiment could change as well. So I think that's one way I think another way is not being present and not being accountable. So if you think about great people, they you see these stories. About entrepreneurs who are working twenty four hours a day and everything like that..

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"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Them. How do you think about decentralized teams from ineffectiveness in a massive perspective? Yeah, I generally think decentralized teams won't work. I think in the very, very early days of any platform they can work and it's because there is not that much competition and a lot of we need to build out his infrastructure and you have a small number of engineers they can communicate with each other to get those things done over time. What happens is you get more and more sophisticated operators, you have a more and more complex projects that require more and more integration and communication. And so I think you see a recentralization of teams, and so there's no substitute for fifteen or twenty or thirty people physically being in same space. Face all the time. If I sort of play that forward a little bit, even more, I think potentially contrarian view here. Even more is that I think this will actually recentralize back in Silicon Valley. And the reason is that at a certain scale, what's it going from three people to twenty five people, two hundred people to five hundred people. Once you start hitting real global scale on these things, how you go about building accompanying how you go about building an organization. Let's say organization because some of these things may not even be companies how you thinking about building organizations that are affected and can scale and have global impact is tribal knowledge and tribal knowledge really sits in the heads of the people who've done it before and the vast majority of those people are in Silicon Valley. And so I don't think it's an accident that if you look back at the last thirty years, you know with PC's software internet one, oh, social share economy, transportation as a service. And now self-driving that all of those ways have their epicenter in Silicon Valley. Of course, there are some some notable exceptions like Amazon, but buying large that centralization as happened repeatedly in Silicon Valley. And I think it's because this tribal knowledge of how you build organizations that can scale. Isn't the heads of a lot of people here. So what I would expect will happen is actually over time crypto companies will actually recentralize in large part to Silicon Valley. In terms of practicalities, obviously, a lot of these, the decentralization, engineering wise is g to coast and just an inability to scale at coast numbers wise. How do you think about the practical side of affordably scaling engineering teams and how that kind of loosen other mulcahy's? Yeah, it's, it's a great question. I think in general, the bay area is much more expensive than most of the rest of the world, but your best engineers are ordering magnitude more effective than your average engineer. And so very small number of people who can start these things off and then build teams around them. We'll still agree that value. I think a lot of those juniors are still here, and so as long as you can get five to ten of those really, really good people in one place, even if you have to pay them twenty five percent or fifty percent more. Let's say often it's worth the cost. And so I think that pattern will play out until the cost of having those engineers is commensurate with the value that they create. And so if engine in the bay area cost literally five to ten x more than they do in Berlin. Let's say, I think you'll continue to see that happen. Hopefully doesn't get to that. Hopefully we're able to address these issues, but I think we actually have some runway to go put another way. I think there are these network effects in Silicon Valley that will keep people here will make them significantly more effective and network affects take long longtime to degrade. You look at companies like EBay or pay pal. I mean, they actually just get stronger and stronger over time, but it's pretty amazing to look at home net with sex work, and they're real network affects in Silicon Valley that will keep pulling people in that doesn't mean it lasts forever, but I think we're not eating reclose actually, this thing collapsing, I mean, I'm having so much on. I'm just like a twenty minute VC with absolute slight. This terrible main clearly, but I do have into the far around. So as I say statement, and then you give me your immediate, how does that sound? Okay..

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The Twenty Minute VC

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"First round dodd you've probably been living on no salary for a while you're begging borrowing steel heavy thing you could do to just squeak by you just want a chance and you finally get that first investment in your got your little bit of a paycheck like it feels like a real company you're you're starting to feel like legit is really scary to think about like throwing that away so you start getting into this like play not to lose and i think that is where a lot of companies stall out a lot of companies seals founder founding teams it is so hard to make it up i hill that they can't fix up the fact that what got them there won't get them to the next stage and there's fear it baking bets that feel like they could risk the company yeah i mean i completely understand the courage in restocking states do that i mean what are the challenges to implementing this in some cases can of the bun the strategy i think you should always have an initiative that you are working on that a huge portion of the team and investor base is afraid we'll kill the company like that is a good barometer of like are you being daring enough and both people are going to tell you just the same way when you start your company most people tell you it's a bad idea when you're like in the process of building a company people are going to tell you that stick to these tasks that are kind of clear on paved before you and will you have traction and it's easy to fall into that i think be willie as a founder ceo to look at that data and think about your big vision where you're going to get need to get to and continuously being willing to risk it all to make that next jump is absolutely critical factor in the companies that kind of go on and become staples of our daily life was their stories of them facebook's moved to mobile back in the days of heavy desktop would be considered that kind of bun boys decision which was paid off for sure but by idea do in terms of kind of you personally experienced with stress she i'm always intrigued was kind of borden invested communication and especially when there's a time of strain so to speak can you discuss a time when you may be made one of these big bass and it creates a conflict with the board and how did you communicate that one of my favorite sayings is if you don't listen to the board you might get fired if you do listen to the board you will get fired i think that's true you specific example of that is at clough we had a release that were really bad huge press blowback i remember hashtag occupy clough was trending on twitter and this was during the occupy wall street movement is not a great peel stones the best part was my phone number was included in that hashtag so i was getting death threats about people's cloud scores by the office yeah it was a fun couple weeks so that release went so bad the next release a really big release we are working on was coming up about the same time we were talking about microsoft about a day made basically at twenty million dollars investment so it was a big deal where clout would be a part of being search results and a really high profile deal and we were about to release this big release like in the middle of kind of closing that deal and my board was like are you kidding me this is a really bad idea last time let's just wait hold on hold on the team had been driving so hard on this release ed we'd we're all looking at it and feeling really great about what we had created and ultimately i told the board like watching this and it turned out to be great and if anything speed it up microsoft deal was something i was really proud of as i really struggled with board management just having never been around investors and that was.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"This is the twenty minute vc with me harry stubbings and you can find me on instagram at h dubbing nineteen ninetysix it'd be amazing to see that but straight to the show stay and stays one of those absolutes that really makes me realize just how much i love doing the show as we welcome a truly incredible and inspiring figure in the industry so i'm very excited to welcome pooling lynch cofounder of both clack and lula but starting on lower the company brings joy to business travelers by finding the best flights with busy schedules and perfect hotels suit personal preferences to date pool is raised over forty four million dollars in funding with lola from the likes of crv excel general catalyst and gv just to name a few i'm prior to lola paul cofounded kayak the incredible success story that helps millions of travelers make confident travel decisions prior to their ipo pool raised over two hundred and twenty nine million dollars in vc funding from sequoia exceleye vp and general catalyst before they're reported one point eight billion dollars aquisition by priceline pool is also prolific philanthropist judah his successes had so much press attention including the tracy kit a book a truck full of money i do big thank you to my wonderful partner fred desktop for the insurance pool stay i really do so appreciate that how the before we don't into the episode today you must check out high five the firm making meetings better for thousands of organizations with insanely simple video conferencing design for meeting rooms with all in one hardware and intuitive clouds saw flat high five provides a high quality experience with industry leading audio powered by dobie voice and it's so easy to use there's no pin codes amp downloads just click lincoln your browser and you're in the meeting with customers and over one hundred countries high five is already trusted by the lice of worby parker evernote expensive i and bassim and and you can learn more by simply heading over to high five dot com and finally in a world where your team and a retention is everything culture is front and center and that's why culture i'm comes in culture is the platform that makes it easy to collect on the stand and act on employee feedback from on boarding surveys to companywide engagement individual activeness and more the platform.

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The Twenty Minute VC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Wasn't starting a company 'cause leaning you're twenty two from college it's it's not a terribly risky thing for us honestly at referencing earlier but the merger week we did bettag last year was a huge risk has moved built this thing we love dearly in our souls company in all the people within it and we put it a bit on the line in because we thought the opportunity so big but we knew that we were exposing yourself to sung risk if things didn't work out culturally or weren't buying what we thought were in god we got very lucky tremendously fortunate been successful but it was really scary absolutely but tell me we'll see advice you call me hey given that you disagree with you know metro device but i think there's this huge under appreciation of the amount of luck in doing startups putin technology companies where you know someone has success in personality behind them but there's just painless amount of logan randomness when you're building something is trying to get some traction so i think you know if eighty percent of startups fail than nydia really exceptional sounder can get that number down to fifty percent but it's hard to get it slower than that and then i do wanna finish on the next five years fee you unforeseen geek we'll see exciting roadmap ahead jack believer in sort of the power of live entertainment it's a classic first world problem but once you got your basic meeting i think going and seeing something why with your friends is transformative thing that for many people is the best thing they do all year our goal is like i was talking about earlier at it's not to take share from competitors it's to enable new line experiences people doing more than they otherwise would have specifically by changing the way that people are able to buy things so so ticketing is in industry that we really strictly created pre internet world where little pieces of caper ships around sometimes on planes sometimes sold a record stores and we're trying to create a model that brings it into the the modern era by distributing things replying th you die and in the process just enable a lot more people across the world to go do more stuff not muslim a jazz i said i had such great things from david found a collective slice it for the show i count wait the slicing as i have.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"So i named the show the twenty minute vc but pursuits like this one today made me rue decision so this is the twenty minute vc with me harry stubbings h dubbing nine hundred ninety six on instagram it'd be great cu that but stays absolutely is not twenty minutes because it was simply too good constrain to that time with that in mind i'm thrilled to welcome adrian found at ford a healthcare system combining world class doctors with advanced technology to empower patients to take control of their health to date adrian is raise funding from some of the true grace the business including mall benny off eric schmidt joe lonsdale aaron levy and josh kushner just to name a few as a result of the incredible walk at ford they were named time's best inventions of two thousand seventeen and before forward adrian was the head of special projects for the see of google slash alphabet an adrian arrived at google following the acquisition of his official intelligence company wavy adrian's also prolific angel investor with the lice of work around atrium convoy and many more in his incredible portfolio and i do have say hughes fine heated annual gross at weiss e and daniel lewis at convoy for the injuries adrian stay i really do syrup reshat that but before or episodes day brown's announce hunting too small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for foster town around while maintaining or improving the quality the idiom platform addresses donte rightly it's now simple for brands agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that project meridian is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time and cost by are in comparison of the global network security to creative talent with the global network that well to continue to sponsor take on the welds content amount produces a mockus looking for the best creatives can get the shortlist from videos account manages in ours tailored to that project needs and we need to submit a brief today we'll check out the platform my video dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the twenty minute vc also comes from one the capsule the easiest way to invest in largescale solar energy projects across the us with one you can earn up to seven and.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Paul to the twenty minute bc this week and it's founders friday with me harry stabbings and you can find me on instagram at h dubbing is nineteen ninetysix with tb's i would love to see that where you can ask questions for future guess even suggest future guests for the show but to the showed stay and we welcome in incredible serial entrepreneur in the form of system book founder and ceo at honor the startup that provides care your family will love to date seth has raised over sixty million dollars in funding with on from the lights of thrive capsule andriessen horrors homebrew on abc just to name a few i'm proud to honor seth was the co founder and ceo of me bo a web communications platform bind by the likes of sequoia khosla and true ventures and me by reach fifty million dollars in revenue and close to hof of the us internet population before being quite by google for one hundred million dollars in two thousand and twelve google says served as a product derived on the google plus platform google axe and cecil so an incredible angel investor with a book furlan including the likes of fit bit and gusto to name a few i do say huge heat to schamlen mar zone for the injured set today without which is absolutely would not have been possible we really do appreciate that shan but before episodes day brown's announce hunting too small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for foster turnarounds while maintaining or improving the quality the medium platform addresses donte irately now simple for brands agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that projects medium is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time and cost by an iron comparison of the global network security creative talent with the global network that well placed to continue to expand take on the welds content amount produces a mockus looking for the best creatives can get the shortlist from videos account manages in hours tailored to that project needs and we need to submit a brief today we'll check out the platform my video dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the twenty minute vc also comes from one the capsule the easiest way to invest in largescale solar energy.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Welcome back to another week in the world of the twenty minutes with me harry stubbings not love see you on instagram at h dubbing nine hundred ninety six for all things behind the scenes from us and a place where you can submit questions and guests for future episodes i'd love to see that but to the show today and i know we always do a very formal introduction but not today today's guest is not only a good friend but also in my is one of the industry's deepest thinkers on the tree mechanics of investing and managing a successful portfolio his writing on reaction wheel dot com has and continues to teach me with every piece and you really must check that out so i'm very thrilled to welcome jerry neiman into the whole seats day now jerry is one of new york's leading angel investors with a portfolio including the license the trade desk which appeared in two thousand sixteen data dog and flurry which was acquired by your who just to name a few to angel investor jerry was managing dr archer senator investments and before jerry built the first open market for the pricing and exchange of real time consuming data in the form of route marcus jerry's have been the managing director at omni combs vanish capsule division where he enjoyed an incredible five ipo's from the portfolio i do say huge thank you to my partner in front fred desktop for the insurance jerry stay i really do so appreciate that fred but before episodes day brown's announce hunting too small ways of creating video and digital content to fit new distribution channels looking for foster turnarounds while maintaining or improving the quality moon videon platform addresses not directly it's now simple for brands and agencies to connect with the very best creatives for that projects medium is already working with some of the biggest forward thinking companies to save time and cost by an iron comparison of the global network curated creative talent with a global network that wellplaced to continue to sponsor take on the world's content demont produces a mockus looking for the best creatives can get the shortlist from videos account managers in ours tailored to that project needs and we need to submit a brief today we'll check out the platform my video dot com home to some of the biggest names in the industry and support for the.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"We all buy it for another week in the world of the twenty minute with me harry stubbings if you'd like to suggest questions for future guests all suggest guests themselves you can do so on instagram at age stubbings nineteen ninetysix it'd be great cu that but to the show stay and i'm super excited for this one because as you know we we tend to focus on san francisco or new york vc's today with totally changing that up with that in mind i'm thrilled to welcome chris olsen founding partner dr capsule for those that don't know drivers the venture firm that believes the midwest is the opportunity of our lifetime with more entrepreneurs building billion dollar companies in the midwest than in the last fifty years combined since inception in two thousand twelve drive of bilton exceptional portfolio including the loss of ju lingo farm logs lead pages and new dass ity just to name a few as chris prior to founding dr he was a partner sequoia capital on the west coast where he really learned the craft of vc from some of the very best in the business and before that he spent time in both tv on ubs and i do so on say a huge thank you to luis von ahn on a jew lingo for the injured chris today without which is absolutely would not have been possible but before we dive into the show stay on new sponsoring i made a splash when they were on shark tank a few years ago the concept genius if someone rings your doorbell and you want and home or don't want to come to the door you can respond to the person using just your smartphone adding a level of both security on convenience today over million people using the ring video doorbell to help protect their homes amount bring has a great new product cool bring floodlight cam just like rings amazing doorbell front light cameras a motion activated camera and fertilize with hd video and two way audio that lets you know the moment anyone steps onto your property and you can see i'm speed to vinson's even set off a built in a long right from your phone so for me spending my life in this gd i have my.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"We all back home in twenty minutes with me harry stabbings you can see more from us behind the scenes on instagram at h stabbings nineteen ninetysix stabbings with cheese where we will also be posting the upcoming guests for the show and you can submit your questions ahead of time and be named on the show and we really would love to see that but to the show stay on an episode which really reminds me just what an honor and a privilege it is to do the show so i'm very thrilled to welcome jerry chen partner gray lock one of the world's most successful vc funds with prior investments in check this out facebook instagram linden airbnb dropbox app dynamics the list really does go on of incredible companies as to jerry jerry invest and entrepreneurs building new enterprise sas applications and in all aspects of ai and cloud infrastructure jerry carney sits on the board of docker kato network gladly rumbek spoke and blend and prior to joining gray lock jerry was vice president of cloud and application services at vm wet while he was part of the executive team scaled the company from two hundred and fifty to over fifteen thousand employees and five billion dollars in revenue if you haven't already you must check how jerry's recent rising on risk the game of strategic investment it really is a fantastic piece and you can find the links on the twenty minute v c dot com but before we dive into the show stay on new sponsor sponsoring i made a splash when they were on shark tank a few years ago the concept genius if someone ruins your doorbell and you want home or don't want to come to the door you can respond to the person using just your smartphone adding a level of both security on convenience today over million people using the ring video doorbell to help protect their homes and mouring has a great new product cool bring floodlight cam just like rings amazing doorbell front light cameras a motion activated camera and fertilize with hd video and two way audio that lets you know the moment anyone steps onto your property and you can see i'm speed to vinson's even set off a built in a.

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The Twenty Minute VC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"You are listening to the twenty minute vc with me harry stubbings you can find me on instagram at age stabbings nineteen ninetysix with bees for all things behind the scenes which is mostly health and nutrition right now but it would be great see that not to the show today and as you know i love speaking vc's but there's a crucial element of our business that i think simply not covered enough and that's corporate development and manet and so i'm thrilled to be joined by leader in the space in the form of james lofton corporate development leader square when he's made multiple acquisitions and investments including the likes of order ahead an investing in event bright practice squad james who's responsible for strategy business development and operations sti digital before that james was a partner at andreessen horace where he led strategic coverage for the foams forty five plus consumer facing portfolio and vising them on everything from capsule raising two partnerships to amway and then before andreessen james was vp head of corp debit your who i'm prior to that was in the eighteen google i do want to give a big hand to mass where it's sweet the insurance james today with our says absolutely would not have been possible we really do appreciate that but before we dive into the showed state what all we without a great night's sleep and that's why lisa comes in lisa is the we'll be park or tom shoes of the mattress industry they've done away with the terrible monitor showroom buying experience by creating this luxury premium foam mattresses order completely online and shit for free to your doorstep the ten inch mattress comes in all sizes and is engineer with three unique phone leads for universal adaptive feel including two inches of memory foam and two inches of really cool latex foam cooled avena designed to keep you cool all lisa mashes or one hundred percent us or uk made and for every ten match is they sell they donate one to a shelter so go to lisa dot com fuel perfect night's sleep and if you're like me and lose sleep worrying about the quality of conference calls and communicating remotely then checkout zoom the fosters growing video and web conferencing service providing one consistent enterprise experience that allows you to engage in an array of activities including video meetings and webinars collaboration.

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The Twenty Minute VC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"That you have to trust and it is sometimes very hard say oh man like i can just go and do that myself but the challenge at this level is around communication an inspiration in really providing that avenue for your team to youth the pitch them the vision and you have to allow them to go in execute and make those mistakes in take those risks so it's it's very hard when it's not indeed different from working on technical problems to shifting i guess the problem said in terms of now you're focusing on people problems and communication problems in a one min problems tell me a weather wet thought inflation point between execution mall stuff and that kind of execs and people program possum when the stock transition usually happens probably at the twenty twenty five percent more it's when you are hiring those first level managers under you and you probably have a couple of them that you're really looking for someone to lead a bigger area of your business that's when you start hiring an executive chairman of the day because you need to go focus on one area the business you know for me in the early days was really focusing on product asked engineering and as soon as i figure that out i needed to go higher leaders in that space and so it happens generally around i would say late siri's a or when you're around twenty to twenty five people that you really need other people within the company to go and tackle big divisions within your company east there their balkan the people that that what with you in kind of share with you on the mission and the vision i do want to discuss one final point fully movements equate five being you'll statements me before you wanna create a culture where employees stay for thirty plus years i'd love to you will set on how you look to build dot kind of culture and the inflation points that you may be seen in the development of culture all i think the first thing is that you gotta do everything different than.

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Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"twenty " Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"A testing it's enter grow into our development process so that the result is a product that's not only feature rich but everybody can actually utilize those features in it's not overly complex it's this obsession with the most new wants details and function and design that elevates bows products into a whole new level of quality and one example of this is the way bose's improving our interactions with our voiceactivated virtual personal assistance hear what bose's up to in a special mini episode at the end of the show and find out more about the brand new quiet comfort 35 series to headphones at boast dot com slash twenty k bows get closer the amount of thought and cheer gets into the sound design of an attraction is incredible but ironically a lot of the magic actually comes from what you dumped here vidi sounds cannot be masked things like hydraulic pumps the snapping of actuators and show what you try to do his work with them in the case of tariff tear we had a situation where when the guest dropped in the vehicle they would scream and it was coming through the sound barrier gone so we went in and we found out after some study that everybody screamed in the very same place when recorded guest doing that than our sound designers got together and started creating the sanski utilizing those screams at that particular place in the track in you couldn't tell that the people were screaming right behind your back you did the same kind of thing where you have hydraulic pump noise or air noise or actuator noise if you possibly can you try to mask it but if you can't mask it you try to find things that you can do in the soundtrack utilizes sounds to our advantage another thing the use to their advantage as access to popular disney movies and their characters when we start a new attraction that's based on a film we look at what the creative needs are the project and look at how the film music can't apply in most cases we always.

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