18 Burst results for "Victor Hanson"

"victor hanson" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:13 min | 9 months ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"More threatened I ever have and I think China's attitude is this one the downside for us and we are brand is tarnished but will never allow crisis go to waste so we might as well move on Hong Kong complex or multiple South China Sea bully Taiwan why what it because we've been hurt anyway and now we can just continue what we wanted to do when we were worried about our reputation in the way it's been liberated Poland in in in some right things you've heard people David gold enough to say that to respond to this this weakness on the day reliance on on China for example strategic assets we have to have an equivalent to the moon program under Kennedy kept can we could you countenance can you imagine such a pro government initiative that would help us get back to independence on key issues what does it have to be really a private sector push what where do we stand in the twenty first section the ascension the balance between private issues and government initiatives what we can do both I think one of the things we forget is only three public project one the space program which is about a trillion dollars on them hi interstate highway programs about half a trillion in today's dollars they will government programs but not in government today they outsource remained close cardinal because you won't want to conduct more Biden was closer to home but the war production board but I was basically turning him a Kaiser Henry Ford Williamson looms and allowing them to make a profit and could be an array of cardinal close people so I think the point is we can coordinate government has to coordinate but it should be primarily because of an employee let's get cracking some of the sector will bringing in all businesses backed the United States talking standards to collect certain technologies instructor got away without the government actually wanted and I think that'll that'll start to happen because there's some kind of a consensus across the political spectrum not constrained we don't agree on anything but people do agree most Americans now whether whatever political region where China cannot be trusted and that it's seeking a trajectory of world hegemony and that's willing to do almost anything to achieve it and whether it's human rights or religious tolerance for the workers Hong Kong all the way Dr ingredients articles dog food whatever your your interest we're trying to increasingly turning negative there's not much to recommend in the compilation ship not long after the Berlin blockade Americans woke up to hear the signal of an artificial satellite being beamed down from space that was all Sputnik moment that's when we really woke up to the existential threat posed by a Soviet Union that could get into space before we did the Chinese will hand coronavirus house to be all Sputnik moments when it comes to the threat that is China we've been talking to professor Victor Davis Hanson follow him and Victor Hanson dot com and V. D. Hansen on Twitter and if you want to know the president and the effect of this iconoclast on the body politic and strategy by the the professor's book the case for trump thank you professor I'm Sebastian Gorka this is America first on the Salem radio network coast to coast live streaming on YouTube and Facebook if you want to make sure that you are at the top of your game when it comes to staying healthy please have a look a doctor Douglas how it's incredible balance of nature of product he has developed this essential elements of health in such a way that when you take those six little capsules three red fruit three green vegetables are taking ten servings of thirty one different fruits and vegetables it boosts immunity you'll feel better you will be healthier and if you order it right now he's going.

"victor hanson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Found that we've been hitting we've been getting hit left and right from everybody and many of the people I don't know a couple of people from Texas political before from taxes that are doing very well critics say trump's rhetoric has given rise to hate and violence likely smash shootings in the past week trump says he will push for expanded background checks and more investment in mental health meanwhile Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is resisting pressure to call centers back from their recess to address gun violence democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker confronted the issues of gun violence in white supremacy at a South Carolina church still recovering from a deadly hate crime four years ago South Carolina public radio's Victoria Hanson reports from Charleston and the New Jersey senator took to the pulpit and mother Emanuel any church were nine parishioners lost their lives to white supremacist who legally should not have a gun he spoke about the recent massacres in Texas and Ohio St such crimes are on the rise because the seeds of hate are being planted sold for the highest office in our land receipt tweets and rhetoric hateful words ultimately in danger the lives of people in our country senator Booker call for people to unite and demand legislation restricting certain fire arms sales he also wants tougher investigations into white nationalism and hate crimes that's Victor Hanson reporting Rico Supreme Court is ruling that the US territories new governor assumed office unconstitutionally impair is Adrian forty the reports Bethel PA Louis C. has been governor less than a week Lucy took the oath of office on Friday after governor he got thought for so your step down following weeks of protests last Wednesday dress so your appointed get really see to the vacant post of secretary of state making him first in the gubernatorial line of succession when the CEO stepped down two days later get Louie C. took the governors but today the Supreme Court ruled that that was unconstitutional because in order for a secretary of state to assume the governorship he or she must have first been confirmed as secretary by the island's legislature at least it was only confirmed by its house but not it Senate the court ruled that receipt must step down by five PM today under the constitution that would been current justice secretariat won the baskets would be next in line to become governor Adrian three them NPR news sunk one particle this is NPR news from KQED news I'm Brian what a Superior Court judge did have evidence Brian Carmody was a journalist before approving a search warrant allowing police to raid his office that's according to documents made public yesterday by the first amendment coalition he Q. Edie's Annika Klein reports in may SFPD applied for a search warrant to uncover Carmody source behind his reporting on the death of public defender Jeff Adachi judge Victor one granted permission despite the application mentioning Carmody is a freelance journalist David Snyder is with the first amendment coalition he says the incident had a chilling effect on journalism aces attitude it happened that it should never have happened and it's of the utmost importance that chance and just go and its ways Snyder says his group will push for changes to ensure judges are abiding by laws that protect journalists SFPD declined and judge Wong did not respond to requests for comment I'm Anne Klein KQED news the Oakland public ethics commission is calling for the city to penalize mayor Libby shaft for violating campaign contribution limits during her re election bid last year the commission recommends shaft be fined a thousand dollars in that she return a twenty four hundred dollar donation from.

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Booker gives gun policy speech at site of 2015 church slaying

Here & Now

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Booker gives gun policy speech at site of 2015 church slaying

"Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker confronted the issues of gun violence in white supremacy at a South Carolina church still recovering from a deadly hate crime four years ago South Carolina public radio's Victoria Hanson reports from Charleston and the New Jersey senator took to the pulpit and mother Emanuel any church were nine parishioners lost their lives to white supremacist who legally should not have a gun he spoke about the recent massacres in Texas and Ohio St such crimes are on the rise because the seeds of hate are being planted sold for the highest office in our land receipt tweets and rhetoric hateful words ultimately in danger the lives of people in our country senator Booker call for people to unite and demand legislation restricting certain fire arms sales he also wants tougher investigations into white nationalism and hate crimes that's Victor Hanson

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"victor hanson" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Every single recall that I have with the exception of one is a video call and I'm a firm believer a video Kohl's because I want to be able to see what the other person's doing while I'm talking to them and I want them to be able to see that I'm giving them a hundred percent focus when I'm on the phone with them and there is a much different dynamic when you're talking to somebody face to face <hes> than there is if you're actually on the phone with somebody I find people get distracted when they're sitting on the phone but when they are on video call it's much difference sure some of the people in the higher programs terms they actually fly in once a month and sit down with me or they fly parts of their team in once a month and we have a an hour together got it okay and does the actual so your time together on those calls or video calls. Is it varies symbol. Is it more higher level on these advising calls since I guess if their weekly or or every two weeks tam biweekly it's are you kind of taking the similar approach as you would in your own companies with these calls Oh absolutely so some. I'm making believe that I'm sitting on their board got and every single thing that I believe I can touch and help move forward faster. I'm doing and <hes> and it works out really phenomenal well. If you go to our website you could see on the results TAB. You'll see frigging. I don't even know how many people we have over there. That say you know we've tripled. We've we've ten times our our revenue we have this. We've have that it's it's <hes> it's it's heartfelt. I mean it's really it's nice and those are not testimonials that we go and seek out. Those are just things that people send into us as thank you yeah neither not any you know any people to sneeze as like Darren Hardy from success magazine Mark Victor Hanson Bob proctor these user names that everybody listening or going to hear and yeah and they're running amazing companies. I'm curious have like a common hurdle that that you find a lot of your clients here a company like a bottle neck that just keeps coming coming up that maybe people us us with our team should be kind of aware of throughout all your experience to things actually Gosh I could. I don't even know how many things definitely developing a leadership ship team is one of the biggest hurdles that most people find him. Here's the reason why it's it's because depending on what stage you're at its who's the first person higher or <hes> who's the next person higher or how do I take team and actually developed some into an actual leadership team so that they are running the team said of I am or were were merging or we're acquiring accompany. How do we absorb somebody else's team into our team? Without killing the culture right so developing leadership team is just ongoing thorn in most companies side because the system or the process that you use right now to develop culture in your system and please anybody who's listening to this. Don't Oh get scared when you hear the culture. If you don't have any employees yet there is still a frigging culture in your company and if you fail to have a culture on your company you'll never have anybody working for you right so and and if you have only a few people people you'll be able to have significantly better retention and much more motivated people if you have the right culture but culture is killed when you don't have certain things in place right when you when you don't take care of people properly or do some of the things that we're talking about today. Okay yeah and that goes for any kind of online business like with us. Your leadership team is really three folks..

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"victor hanson" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"And I enjoy taking pieces of history and putting together in. Attempting to interpret, the clutter of the current events around us in this instance it has to do with, what Michael and I have dubbed the new American civil war which Victor Hanson of the Hoover Institution in these last hours has told me is already underway and I'm accepting that it's. Already underway and I'm looking to Rome for what that means the striking fact. Is that it's possible that means we're permanently in civil war there will be no resolution as there was, in, the eighteen sixties or even after the new deal revolution remade understanding of the power of the federal government in the nineteen thirties and forties having to do with a conflict. Overseas that was a complication of the failure of European government but right now we're. Speaking to the future twenty first twenty second twenty third century that's how long. Civil war can go on because that's what happened in Rome Michael regicide It drove the Roman civil war not just. The first one, with Caesar and Pompey and Crassus but also the one that followed September severance you've named, his son one son murdered the other one but that there was never going to be stability after that there were off times governors of major provinces Britain for example or Panonia or. Syria who would lay claim and challenged roam the senators themselves were always being. Sent to govern one particular province or another and then propose themselves as all powerful because they contain can, control, the legions in their province so regicide drives civil war and we're now watching on television on two particular cables but really all three cables discussed the topic and the front. Pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post two of our major newspapers. The removing of Donald Trump four and then fill in the blank that is. A rolling Form of regicide that in the Roman example Michael. Did not lead to stability it led to, the, opposite to, a kind of anarchy, where no one believed that we could. Elect someone to to bring us together where everyone shows their own kings is, that inevitable Michael are we inevitably in that pathway now regicide really is the outcome that makes. Legitimate a system that has, come apart in other words regicide is the act but. The act is preceded by a rejection of the legitimacy of up the ruling party and it's you know selected region right the emperor and what's, happened today over the course, of time I think really since the two thousand election but But, sort of culminating with twenty sixteen election is, that Both parties are at a point and of course right now the dominant driving. Force in terms of unseating the emperor is is blue but the fact is that. Both parties cannot accept the other party being in power and what is important about American history is that there has always been an acceptance of of a new force in American politics where one party surges into power. And unseats the other and creates a new party system and we've had six so far and even the collapse of the party system and the coming apart of the US from the civil war led to, a medical in after the war in eighteen seventy six A re-acceptance of this and what what you have now is a A. Determination to make is the central driving. Element of your, political agenda the overthrow of whoever is in power and of course what that means is that neither side can present somebody. Who can be, considered by all as the emperor has the president and you know you can see this in Rome in the sense that In its heyday the, emperor of the new emperor in Rome would always be acclaimed ritually by. The Roman Senate and the Roman people. That was necessary, to legitimate the fact that he was accepted by all the major elements in the Roman polity and that is no longer. The case in, the United States and so even though that's a symbolic Situation it is actually quite worrisome because, what it means is that there is no path forward to a unifying figure that either side can only present a leader an emperor who is unacceptable to the other side and that is exactly what happened to Rome and it, is unique and new I would argue in the American experience. And even though it hasn't led yet To a violent contest or confrontation The fact that this is the state of American political consciousness means that were very likely to get to two or some sort of terrible reckoning? In the years. Ahead is it I'm not, gonna I'm not gonna be anything but a negative here is it because, we're already plunged into this Michael and we. Doesn't have a name right now is that why we. Are so so, comfortable with it now the words I don't hear a lot of. Resistance to this or a reluctance I don't hear voices. On television or. In the newspapers looking for piece I hear contests being thrown up by very articulate people Using language that is irretrievable, it's it's violent language well we're we're not. Talking about twentieth century civil wars like Germany and Spain. Or Columbia or, Mexico but but I have to raise the specter of these earlier. Civil wars and revolutions by saying one of the features. That precedes the. Outbreak of civil war is the embrace of the drama Right Exciting sort of peak, life trauma of of a plunging in to violent confrontation and using using the language of of Go on YouTube. And look, at, violent clashes between and pizza. And the alright. You would see an almost a joyous, embraced up battle all right we'll we'll, return to this idea I, don't wanna I don't wanna get too negative here although we're on the edge of it Michael blouse of, Johns Hopkins looking simply at Rome is a model would spin done before I'm John Batchelor.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hopkins we're discussing a theoretical Michael and I enjoy taking pieces of history and putting together in attempting. To interpret the, clutter of the current events around us in this instance it has to do with what, Michael and I have dubbed the new American civil war which Victor Hanson of the Hoover Institution in these last hours is told me is already underway and I'm accepting that it's already. Underway and I'm looking to Rome for. What that means the striking fact is. That it's possible it means we're permanently in civil war there will be no resolution as there was in, the, eighteen sixties or even after the new deal revolution remade understanding of the power of the federal government in the nineteen thirties and forties having to do with a conflict overseas. That was a complication of the failure of European government but right now we're speaking. To the future twenty first twenty second twenty third century that's how long civil. War can go on because that's what happened in Rome Michael regicide it drove the Roman civil war not. Just the first, one with Caesar and Pompey and Crassus but also the one that followed September severance you've, named his son one son murdered the other one but that there was never going to be stability after that there were off times governors of major provinces Britain for example or Panonia. Or Syria who would lay claim and. Challenged roam the senators themselves were always. Being sent to govern one particular province or another and then propose themselves as all powerful because they can, take, can control the legions in their province so regicide drives civil war and we're now watching on television on two particular cables but really all three cables discussed the topic and. The front pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post two of our. Major newspapers the removing of Donald Trump four and then fill in the blank That is a, rolling form of regicide that in the Roman example Michael did. Not lead to stability it led to the, opposite, to a, kind of anarchy where, no one believed that we could elect. Someone to to bring us together where everyone chose their own kings is that, inevitable Michael are we inevitably in that pathway now regicide Billy is the outcome that makes legitimate a. System that has come apart, in other words regicide is the act but the act. Is preceded by a rejection of the legitimacy of of the ruling party and it's you know selected region right the emperor and what's happened today, over the course of time, I think really since the two thousand Thousand election but but sort of culminating with twenty sixteen, election is that both parties are. At a point and of course right now the dominant driving force in terms of unseating the emperor is is blue but the fact is that both parties cannot accept the other party. Being, in power and what is important? About American history is that there has always been an acceptance of of a new. Force in American, politics where one party, surges into power and unseats the other and creates a new party system and we've had. Six so, far and, even the, collapse? Of the party system and the coming apart of the US, in the civil war led to a Resisting that occurred in after the war in eighteen seventy six and a reacceptance of this and what what you have now is a A determination to make is the central Thriving element of your political agenda. The overthrow of, whoever is in power and of course what that means is that neither side can present somebody who can be considered by. All as the, emperor has the president and you know you can see this in Rome, in the, sense that in its heyday the emperor the new emperor in Rome would always be acclaimed ritually by the Roman Senate and the Roman people that was necessary to legitimate the fact that he was accepted by all, the major elements in the Roman politics and that is no. Longer the case in the United States and, so even though that's a. Symbolic situation it is actually quite well Worrisome because what it means is that there is no path forward to a unifying figure that either side can only present a leader an emperor who is unacceptable to the other side and that is exactly, what happened to Rome and it is unique in new I. Would argue in the American experience and even, though it hasn't led yet To a violent contest or confrontation The fact that this is the state of American political consciousness means that were very likely to get to two months or some sort of terrible reckoning? In the years. Ahead is it I'm not gonna, I'm not going to be anything but a negative here is it because we're already plunged into this Michael and? Doesn't have a name right now is that why we are so. Calm a so, comfortable with it now the words I don't hear a lot of. Resistance to this or a reluctance I don't hear voices. On television or. In the newspapers looking for piece I hear contests being thrown up by very articulate people Using language that is a retrievable it's it's violent language well we're? Not talking about twentieth century civil wars like Germany and Spain or. Columbia or Mexico, but but I have to raise the specter of these earlier civil. Wars and revolutions by saying one of the features that. Precedes the outbreak. Of civil war is the embrace of the drama right Exciting sort of pink life, trauma of, of a plunging in, to a violent confrontation, and using using the language of of go on YouTube and look at violent clashes between an, pizza and the all right you would see an almost joyous embraced of battle all right we'll let We'll return to this idea I don't want to get to here while though we're on the edge of it Michael Vlahos Johns Hopkins looking..

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"victor hanson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mall w. m.. A. l. Johns Hopkins we're discussing a theoretical Michael and I enjoy taking pieces. Of history and, putting together in attempting to interpret the clutter of the current events around us in this, instance it has to do with what Michael and I have dubbed the new American civil war which Victor Hanson of the Hoover Institution in these last hours is told me is already underway and I'm accepting that it's already underway. And I'm looking to Rome for what. That means the this striking fact is that it's possible it means we're permanently in civil war there will, be, no resolution as there was in the eighteen sixties or even after the new deal revolution remade understanding of the power of the federal government in the nineteen thirties and forties. Having to do with a conflict overseas that was a complication of the failure of. European government but right now we're speaking to the future twenty first twenty second. Twenty third century that's how long. Civil war can go, on. Because that's what happened in Rome Michael regicide it drove The Roman civil war not just. The first one, with Caesar and Pompey and Crassus but also the one that followed September severance you've named, his son one son murdered the other one but there was never going to be stability after that there were off times governors of major provinces Britain for example or Panonia or Syria who would lay claim and challenge roam the. Senators themselves were always being sent to. Govern one particular province or another and then proposed themselves as all powerful because they can take can control, the, legions in their province so regicide drive civil war and we're now watching on television on two particular cables but really all three cables discussed the topic and the front pages. Of the New York Times and the Washington Post two of our major newspapers the. Removing of Donald Trump four and then fill in the blank that is a. Rolling form. Of regicide That in the Roman example Michael. Did not lead to stability it led to, the, opposite to, a kind of anarchy, where no one believed that we could. Elect someone to to bring us together where everyone shows their own kings is, that inevitable Michael are we inevitably.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on WTMA

"New robust sized way and along side that uh an intense focus on electronic warfare jamming technologies and for ukrainians ensuring that views combat robots uh don't fall victim to the incredibly sophisticated russian electronic warfare prowess the uh jamming the intense cyber operations uh the intently sophisticated uh uh cyber and and electronic warfare just activity that the russian side can throw at at the ukrainian military uh and the hope is of course after they get done with this conflict the ukrainians hope that they'll be able to sell this stuff to to anybody that ever feel patrick all of a sudden listening to you were reported reminds me because i've been reading about world war two again because of victor hanson's book that this the ukraine struggle now the frozen conflict begins to resemble a mini me version of house spain functioned in the 1930s when the germans and the italians and the russians all used a technology that they were developing for their own air fleets and their own ground fighting the tanks especially the stupid dive bomber was commonplace as a super weapon in spain and i'm wondering if fifty years from now our our posteriorities are are are the people who look out in you know can look backwards in history a think that you know patrick you were talking in ukraine about where the war world was going for for weapons systems right well this is to say and in many ways this is their future you kind of want to go too because you want to have the robot's fight where you're not going to be uh the marines us marines are are looking at ukraine to as a test case except for the future of uh that's sort of things that the sort of conflict that they expect marines to get involved and they want the uh robots to be sort of the first through the door uh and you want to blow up the robots rather than the people absolutely but that doesn't necessarily mean that wars becoming uh less dangerous for humans current you know i go along with that i'm imagining everybody studying how these funds now we have to go to the us cyber commander patrick tucker defence one technology editor we spent time with the adversaries now all the good guys i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"You go to 1100 companies at healthy and business they give you your money's worth with training tips you're in a classroom all day when you come to our place we have a business owners half or women half her gentleman with billionaires millionaires and those developing up we raise a lot of capital out of the face but people come for customers clients so you're eating six hours a day then you're studying appointments up from the meal tables for three hours at night and you're meeting five or ten people at nine five or ten people would attend filed different different companies all different types economies but they're getting resources matrix they're getting to the ten thousand fortune companies getting direct access they're getting huge volumes of business that in fact the if we don't accelerated company yeah we refund their lifetime membership they pay once and they come for the rest of their life fivetimes year that we hold on because i just said you know i said it half at all on the phone with them at the taco plus half i'm half manhalf to i use the middle bear that'd be good at the point it doesn't matter it doesn't real but i'm the speaker that's harden as alqaeda i understood this yet you're fired so what do you help reduce is he just widget things like oh i got all the most famous speakers you know soviet if you can name anyone from tony robbins jhakhand field john gray of mark victor hanson uh he jerren lecter big robber kozaki all those have come through ceos face on launched what that we we created chicken suit for the sold for sixty eight million we've interview those guys twelve thought started seo space ride and ask them not wild and i'm saying we started name which dad porta that sold for over thirty million dollars we do that we.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Batchelor show seventy six years ago december seven i teed forty baht america was plunged into a global war the firstever i'm speaking with victor davis hanson in some 24 hours about his new book the second world boards the first global war argues victor convincingly in which the united states was obliged to fight a two front war something no one had ever believed successful before and defeat not only the japanese attacker is the imperial japanese navy and army in the pacific but also the hitler reid and his allies defeat them soundly because the arsenal of democracy argues victor hanson yes we trained in army quickly we put up to twelve million in uniform body it was that arsenal of democracy a product of capitalism and democracy that i'll allowed the united states to overcome the lead that the imperial japanese navy had in the pacific and that the very mocked had in continental europe overcome not lead producing in the course of four years listen to this three hundred thousand aircraft three hundred thousand eighty thousand sherman tanks two point four million trucks just about the same number of cars we became the consumer society for the war god's in four years overwhelmed the germans overwhelmed the japanese so much to the point that here december seventh nineteen 2017 i asked this question of my revisionist historian colleagues why why did berlin declare war on the united states why why did the japanese attack the american fleet in the pacific what were they thinking they were not just villains they worth nine not wellinformed mary kissel the editorial board of the wall street journal indulges me my little um editorial there thanks to victor hanson's new book mary a very good evening to you could he's in december seven 1941 always good to remind everyone that the united states can be so prize can be attacked can happen again it happened in two thousand and one in can have foresight the aforementioned victor davis hanson also put out an exquisite little essay today on carl vinson a democratic congressman from the south who saw four years before world war two that the united states needed to have a far larger naval presence the ability to project power far beyond our borders and was actively building that navy when the japanese bombed us at pearl harbor in so lo and behold when the japanese destroyed the.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Our place we have a business owners half or women half or gentleman with billionaires millionaires and those developing up we raise a lot of capital out of the space but people come for customers clients idaho you're eating at six hours a day then you're studying appointments up from the meal tables for three hours at night and you're meeting five or ten people at nine five or ten people would attend by all different different companies all different types economies but they're getting resources matrix they're getting to the ten thousand and fortune companies getting direct access they're getting huge volumes a business that in fact the if we don't accelerated company yeah we refund their lifetime membership they pay once and they come for the rest of their life five times a year that we must they hold on because i said you know i said it half or i'll be back on the phone with them at the taco played half i'm half manhalf i use that middle bear that it be good at the point it doesn't matter boy that does agree o but i'm a speaker that's hard eggs elkhader i understood that yet you're fired so put the help that or is this just widget things like over i got all the most famous speakers yunosova you can name anyone from tony robbins jhakhand field john gray of mark victor hanson uh i if sharon lechter big robber kozaki all those have come through ceo space and launched what their eight we we created chicken suit for the sold for sixty eight million we've interview those guys twelve thoughts that's what i started seo space ride and ask him that while and i'm saying we started main rich dad porta that sold for over a million dollars how we do that we do that hyungtaik seven that's not there and one were done they are there the i i keep on hearing the name walt disney every time i hear your name that's because my father my father was a coach to the thought leaders of the century so he coached jackie kennedy martin luther king earl nightingale walt disney the heads of major companies like john gallagher mexico and so forth and they came to the house accurately emme the came to the house napoleon hill i mean he worked for my dad's company 'til he died it was a lastplace he were he was uncalled nappy.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And business they give you your money's worth with training tips you're in a classroom all day when you come to our place we have a business owners half were women half or gentleman with billionaires millionaires and those developing up we raise a lot of capital out of the space that people come for customers clients ago you're eating six hours a day then you're setting appointments up from the meal tables for three hours at night and you're meeting five or ten people at nine five or ten people would attend filed different different companies all different types of colonies but they're getting resources matrix are getting to the ten thousand fortune companies getting direct access they're getting huge volumes of business that in fact if we don't accelerated company yeah we refund their lifetime membership they pay once and they come for the rest of their life five times a year that we hold on because i said you know i said it half of all be back on the phone with them at the taco played half i'm half manhalf hugh i use the middle bear that'd be good it doesn't matter boy that does agree out but i'm a speaker that's harden ethnic dow could i ever death of understood that idea you're fired so help that or is this just widget things like oh i got all the most famous speakers you know so via you can name anyone from tony robbins jhakhand feel john gray uh mark victor hanson uh jerren lecter big robber kozaki all those have come through ceo space and lost foot there we we created chicken suit for the sold for sixty eight million we've interview those guys twelve times that's how started seo space ride and ask them not while and i'm saying we started main rich dad porta that sold for over thirty million dollars laughs how we do that we do that jake seven that's not there and bunged were done they are there the i i keep on hearing the name walt disney every time i hear your name why while that because my father my father was a coach to the thought leaders of the century so he coached jackie kennedy martin luther king earl nightingale walt disney the heads of major companies like john gallagher pepsico and so forth and they came to the house colonel emmy that came to the.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Of experience my name was paul casey your host an producer mark victor hanson the co author of chicken soup for the soul book series we'll be up in just a few moments talking about some of his accomplishments in his life and his struggles and to my pleasant surprise he started another company recently called metamorphosis energy and that's just another name for clean energy david marriott crisis communications expert that is putting it mildly he is at a lifetime of helping companies get out of difficult situations and he was truly tested in january two thousand when an alaskan airlines plane crashed in the pacific ocean just off california he also stepped up in really handled the public relations for amanda knocks during the italy trial or trials anybody who's in public relations should stick around here with david has to say dna oppenheimer xi just started a company called board ready and his mission is to get more women on corporate boards she also started company called cameo works in the mission of that company is to train eggs zaki tubes and she does so with experience and not theory which fits right into what this programme is about voices of experience i like to talk to people with experience indiana is no exception adam shepherd cofounder and ceo of eight nights is with as today eightninths as a virtual reality company and finally run elgin of elgin ciphered will be here to talk about some of his experiences growing up and also his experience of running a very successful agency with his partner dave ciphered it was founded in 1980 one it's really hard to appreciate this now but elgin ciphered was really one of the first integrated communications firm anywhere so it's interesting to see how that evolved again my name is paul casey your host in producer of voices of experience if you'd like to take the selfemployment quiz it's about.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"A to the top medical doctors mayo bill detail our cars to cars huge requests year so in any did a great job on should look mark i can't get a job much it you've got to talk to decouple macarthur fifty bucks for novel going to go away what are you going to give it to everybody well look you know we live in a hundred yokich could be under the state and you're gonna have everybody wanting to veto the cars could come on my way through college gonna become a medical doctor as it but look read my books on money richest every kid b billion before nineteen one of them bigger one hundred ninety five hundred ninety before she was nineteen minutes gorilla national honor scholarships and grow you just get everything right and has five hundred employees i should would have kid i'm going to say most people go through school it on a blank about economic and business and would i teachers energizing entrepreneurship which is back to what you said is you're feeling more optimistic backs mike all is i go out and talk to a quarter million people year but why you need to be optimistic and it realistic to be optimistic could you know it's not realistic customers because pessimists never get ain't got no acres complained in whenever you can quite wherever you complaint bureau made is the cliche by mobile my buddy i like to end my interviews and an upbeat tone and there was no exception here i have been talking with mr mark victor hanson of chicken soup for the soul book series and now a major force in the clean energy industry terms like creative genius big ideas gifted are often associated with people who achieved great things in life i don't think we hear enough about sheer perseverance we only see the end result whether it's a great invention like the electric light bulb or in this case a series of books that have sold over a half a billion copies worldwide but what we don't see are the years of mistakes and false stars that thomas edison endured on his path and securing a light bulb well that would function for more than just a few minutes or what we don't see are the one hundred and 44 new york publishers that turned down mr hansenne and mr.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Of his debt and um i think it would be bad politically be bad optically for donald trump to fire him this week because of this look look it would look moen petty but you know it he'll like danny green aerial dirge killer than around washington for a while and i would assume that if this is the last straw then they're going to find a reason for him to go up in fact i was kind of stunned that tillerson didn't resign during that whole boy scout know controversy were donald trump was sort of beat often scouten politically at the boy scout jamboree tillerson i didn't know from people who noam if so passionately committed the boyscout i u b e lawn them and i was kinda surprised that we didn't hear more complaints from in an attempt that with nbc story was about that period deep popping in is pretty much what we do here at the hugh hewitt show every day but let me finish by asking you did you listened to or read the dea victor hanson's interview with me on friday i did not i want you to go and find that we were discussing you when you would find your back again joe the goldberg author of the g filed for national review not much of an accent high school per competitor but a very klein guest on the hugh hewitt show thank you tanya thank you in america portions of the hugh hewitt show are brought to you in part by the association of mature american citizens aimak two.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"By victor davis hanson presser hanson a hoover institution fellow also visiting scholar at hillsdale and it is a great pleasure to talk to him at liked welcome back dr hanson great w victor thank you for having me you i wanna begin with the president to tweets this morning and then broaden it out president tweeted puerto rico governor ricardo rosset largest stated quote the administration the president every time we spoken they've delivered and number two the fact is that puerto rico has been destroyed by two hurricanes big decisions will have to be made it to the cost of its rebuilding victor it seems to me that the media is now disfigured by its trump hatred in every story has become a story about trump in an effort to make him look bad mi crazy no you're not crazy and they're not crazy ravaging the matter that they wanna keep your favor rebounder about forty forty two percent you renault e one look favourably like that but they're not interested group two thousand twenty election they're trying to create an atmosphere went a pool or art seven republican law founders up reelect and that's working so if you create a climate that all conquers beyond the pale people in eighths or sort of squeaky red state well you know he may get reelected again but i'm not going to get elected given bother people who have a pretty good strategy because i need of care majors now victor hanson social desireability bias is a term that was taught me die phd in politics polling that suggests that people don't tell you what they really believe when they think there might be stigma attached to what they really believe therefore that trump forty percent is a very solid forty perfect 'cause don't give a damn and then the reaction to the nfl players at which the bubble media manhattan beltway media leads holy missed i they just did not notice that like the chickfila story i'm beginning to think there are so disconnected from real america by which i mean outside of man at and beltway media late that they don't know what the real a p i don't know if the present at forty fifty or fifty five i just don't know arkham could about six or seven percent i think he's right weren't you won't wanna walk in other words got about forty eight percent.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Always the council and ignore opinion opinion is based on ignorance lack of knowledge inexperienced like her family friends and never done it or accounts is based on wisdom knowledge mentorship and he go to someone tell me write a book the you out yadav accede never done it if you go to mark victor hanson world chicken soup for the soul and say i'm gonna right one giving council based on wisdom knowledge mentorship every day i see council not a penny mike is pretty good neighbours are not agree with that now count cows what do you think about hiring gregory's our guest what do you think about hiring trends of channelling well as good annan could have challenges the whole things if they have a open understanding right up front that these are the boundaries and these of the expectations then you don't have to worry about the wishywashy if things don't go right so for myself on very explicit and open with were people stand never question foundries in the key to everything what do you think you know what is the strength of his as he'll on our communication skills i would say is most important especially being a communicator him and that's what i do for a living so i hope that'd be must from you know a lot of people i got my starve because professor bold media sides and i think i was kill you the not aware of them as and those walking out of college was that in communications and that's how i got started in this business because communique you'd be tell a joke right in near communicated era that's true and only that but if you're going to get along with people on the earth sales no matter what position you are was how you can communicate yourself and how that clarity that can get on with it other people to follow your dreams and expectations you've got a big chance in the topics you cover about empowering people absorbable where are the new ideas and all that i think it's the innovation of tomorrow i mean look at the on must coming out with is talking about popularising mars and things of that nature i believe with the future is sciences kinda get legal and more important than anything i just got a chance to go to speak at the united nations for the new ovitz summit and.

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"victor hanson" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"victor hanson" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Kyle you ready to rock the lightning rounds absolutely what was holding you back from becoming an entrepreneur just examples and futures i had at my blood i always very industrious but i i really didn't have the example so i was a little bit of a late bloomer and it took me a while but i figured it out what's the best advice you've ever received jim room said be valuable to the marketplace if you want to make your great living be valuable tobel uable people if you wanna make a fortune and so that's what i've always tried to do john is build a platform i'm not a great networker i don't go out and try network with people actually trimbe build valuable things that they'll come to me if i can fill up rooms that's how less brown mark victor hanson differ people they actually came to me go bill belisce people come to you so i've waste said how to how can i bring massive value that allows me to attract what i want to attract what's a personal habits they contribute to your success meditation spiritual part journalism a prayer mixed with massive activity i believe in both i'm not too locked in the ones the only way and so i think i think the meditation peace added with activity you could shared internet resource like an ever note water being why that i'm pretty familiar you know i hughes use ever noten drop box than skype every day love snapchat by the way that's of looks yucai on the eastern in an instagram why i love i love snapchat because it's basically.

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