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"villalobos" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"villalobos" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"In the white house coming up as we continue the muller report offers new insight into one of the more memorable end unique figures from the russia investigation more on what we've now learned about george papadopoulos one this special edition villalobos hi it's katy tur wanna keep up with msnbc while you're on the go subscribe msnbc daily newsletter you'll get the best of what you've missed during this unprecedented president an era of news text msnbc two six six eight six six to subscribe welcome back reporting from new york times revealed back in september twenty sixteen bsp i sent an investigator posing as they research assistant and meet with then trump campaign aide george papadopoulos while in the uk adam goldman michael schmidt mark ms that he wrote quote the f b i sent her joe london as part of the counter intelligence in corey opened that summer to better understand the trump campaign's links to russia they american governments affiliation with the woman who said her name was azra turk is one previously unreported reporter detail of operation that has become a politically politically flashpoint the decision to use ms turkey operation aimed at a presidential campaign official shows the level of alarm inside the fbi's during a frantic period when the.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Women in Business

"She and I know she did this because I know Michelle. Yeah. And she went on this road trip and really operated from everywhere. I don't know how she did it, but she did do it. And it was just amazing. So what do you love most now about the work that you do? I think we I love most about it is the is watching the impact that we that we can make in someone's life in someone's business by just the, you know, we really focus Gail. It's very broad, the work that we do you know, because but it's also very focused, and there's really three areas where, you know, I think entrepreneurs where I was lost, and where we can make a big impact quickly that the first area is helping people step into this, superstar brand of theirs of is helping people see that they have value, and that for a certain audience. And they don't have to be loved by everybody. But if they can just reorient their brand to talk to those people who really are going to are going to resonate with them. So that, that I was like, is helping people step into a new version of themselves from branding and marketing perspective. You know, like, who do you wanna serve, how can you serve them? What's the niche? You know, the brand positioning, the mission statement, you know, in bringing their true authentic self into that branding, rather than branding themselves, which is the mistake I made a lot of people make, which is trying to position themselves based on what they think the market wants, you know, just from the outside in rather than, from the inside out and then from the outside in. So that makes a big big difference. You know. And, and so what are you seeing that? The biggest challenges for women entre preneurs are right now. Well, this is the third piece, actually the biggest challenge, and I'll come back to the second the. Biggest challenge is really the mindset Gill, it's, you know, I come back to it again and again and, and resisted it for years, this idea of, like mind, said and energy. And but, but really, that's what gets in our way, the most that I've seen. It's like this, you know, a lot of us have a lot of programming from one, we're little or even from not that little, but just this programming about having to be perfect, having the look good people pleasing. You know, a lot of us grew up. I grew up in a very traditional family. Very Cuban old school values, you know, Cubans. My parents didn't wanna see me on a stage singing and dancing, and you know, putting my stuff out into the world, you know, so they, they really encouraged me to take more safe paths, you know, in really discouraged, the risk taking whereas for an entrepreneur to do the work that we do now like you've got to be vulnerable. You gotta take risks. You got to put yourself out there. You can't be worried about what everybody thinks, you know, a lot of the programming we. Get as a young person can really get in the way of what we need to do as an influence as a superstar as a leader while that is so true. And I talk a lot about mindset because it's funny because I'm, I'm chair of my sixtieth college reunion. It's coming up in a week and I went, I'm going to be the only one that's going to be there because when I talked to people and I had the duty of calling everybody I got. Oh, I'm too old. I don't think I can walk. I don't think I am. And I've been through a lot and I'm going through a lot, but I'm going to be there and I don't care if on the only one that's there, I'm going to be there, and it's all because of how I think, and I do believe that, that mindset is extremely important. So, so tell us. What's your lifestyles like now? Okay. So that's in that ties back to that second point. So my first point was the branding piece. The second point is the business model piece. So the business model is the thing in the business that's most closely tied to your lifestyle. So in my case, my business model now is I do these three day immersion deep deep deep that we call him a business breakthrough immersion, and that we spent three days with people going really deep on their on redoing, their business, and then we invite them to attend to join if they're are fit our one year program. So my lifestyle is basically in terms of my business. I just have to know where I'm going to be for those retreats, and then the rest of the business the rest of the program, we deliver most of it virtually and then we also have a couple of just client only three client only events every year. So, you know, my three day immersion in my client, only events those deter. Where I have to be. We do that. We do most of the emergence in Miami and in Denver. And then the, the three client events. We, we move them around. So I have Sedona coming up in about two or two weeks. We've done we've done Colorado. We've done Dominican Republic's Dona until I get to go to all these places deliver. And then inbetween I can be wherever I want, and that's actually what you know, for a while there, I owned a house in Colorado, but, you know it just felt really I wasn't ready to settle down yet. So I sold that house. Now, I've been fully nomadic ex, you know, I go where my events are. And then in between, I'm in Miami or Dominican Republic or visiting friends in Denver in fully nomadic in between those events after mazing now folks, I know that Michelle has this wonderful wonderful gift for you. She's going to be offering you her superstar business assessment. And that is really something that's very, very valuable and something that you should all take advantage of because it will reveal a lot about who you are, and what you should be doing and so forth. So if they want to get a hold of this Michelle, what's the best way for them to reach you? Okay. It's the, the way to get the business assessment is superstar business assessment dot com, and then you'll you'll opt in for that, and what will happen is you'll get an Email that links you to a document that we created in Google slides. That's essentially, it's the business assessment, you'll fill it in and you'll tabulate your results in, it'll give you some insight on how to on how to read your results, and also give you some ideas about what to do next based on your results. And what is the best way for someone to be in touch with you? Now, if somebody wants to get in touch with me directly, you can Email me. Me, my emails, Michelle at superstar activator dot com. You can also go to our website in contact us from there in that's superstar activator dot com. Can you really should take advantage of this folks, because a Michelle is very successful and I have seen her do a complete turnaround. And I know exactly what she's talking about with the seven day week because I am a seven day week person, but I'm in a different situation. I I'm I'm by myself now except for my two cats and I don't need to, you know, I don't have other people to be responsible to, and I can do what I want when I want, and I really enjoy what I do. So I do it seven days a week. But I also when things come up and things need to be done. I take that time to do them. So and most of you know, I just came back from a week at my place in palm desert. So, you know, it's, it's a wonderful thing to be able to create the life that you want with the business that you want by doing this, and Michelle has been through it, and I've seen her go through it, and I've seen her come out the other side. So it is it is well. Worth it. So now we have about two minutes left Michelle what have we not talked about that? You would like to leave our audience with. All right. Well, one thing that in terms of the. It's this idea that we should be doing certain things especially now a days with so many marketing opportunity. So many things out there to try, you know, I feel it too. I feel this pressure to try all these different things until one thing that I would invite people to consider is a lining their marketing with, who they really are, and what they really loved to do what I've seen with clients is whenever they start to embark on a new marketing initiative, based on what they think the market wants or what will work, rather than based on, you know, whether they think they'll really enjoy it or love it or feel energized by it, it doesn't work. And so just like with everything else, you know, invite people to let go of what they think they should be doing. And instead really dig deep into what's fun. What's enjoyable like if you hate to write, you know, doing blogging as a strategy is probably not going to be as energy rich as potentially maybe doing YouTube video? Does you know, like really looking at what you love to do I and then working from there, I've seen that it works time and time again, and I've had to do that myself? There's so many things that I've had to let go of doing because I chose to do them from the wrong energy from the wrong place. This place of, oh, this might work, or I should do this, or, you know, I need to try this because I need more clients, or that energetic, in general, just leads to more scarcity versus, like what is it that really energizes you and excites, you and start to really put that creative energy towards that thing. Okay. So folks, remember what you have to do. If you are interested in her assessment. It superstar business assessment dot com. If you wanna get to her website in a superstar activator dot com Michelle, thank you so much for being with us today. I hope our listeners really benefited from what you have to, to share because I know you've been through it and you're on the other side of it. And you're doing fabulous. So thanks so much for being with us today. Thank you Gail I so appreciate it. And power to you. I love what you're up to, thanks for listening to women in business. I hope you enjoy today's show. And if you.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So I wanna I appreciated your way on I I it's a wealth of really good information. I think this is a subject that people hear about a lot. But are typically not nearly as well versed on all the ins and outs that you coverage. I really appreciate you covering all that kind of last topic. I knew you guys get back with the community talk about that. What you guys do and kind of wear. The passion is for. For the philanthropic side of what you guys do. Well, you know with our product line the animals that need it. Most are the ones that are the most vulnerable, and in this case, it's you know, it's often animals that have been abandoned their rescues that are sitting in an episode trying to find their forever home animals with health problems and high anxiety that could possibly be keeping them from being adopted and finding their forever home so early on. We have been partnered with many rescues here in California to start just working with the Milo foundation and a number of other ones who've been using our product for years now, and they get a lot of success calming these animals down helping with their health conditions and in turn that helps find their forever home. And then we got a phone call from the folks at the Villalobos rescue center from the TV show pit bulls and parolees. A couple of years ago. And they asked us if they fought our product would help the animals in Louisiana when the thunderstorms hit. And of course, we thought our product would be great for your animals, let's send you some products. So after we sent them the first round of product they gave it to their hundreds of pit bulls that are in their facility and they saw some great results with their anxiety levels during their thunderstorms. But they also found great results with other health problems that those dogs are suffering with so about a year ago, we teamed up with all of us rescue center and basically created a product which is really a tribute to one of the main dogs on the show. His name is tater tot. Insecure. He loves his sweet potato. So we made a sweet potato treatable just for him. And for every bag that sold donating a dollar back to the be lowest rescue center. It's our goal to sell at least ten thousand bags a month. So that we can cut them. A check for ten grand of minds and help them not only treat these animals.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So I want I appreciated your way on its wealth of really good information. I think this is a subject that people hear about. A lot. But are typically not nearly as well versed on all the ins and outs. That you coverage. I really appreciate you covering all that last topic. I knew you guys get back with the community talk about that. What you guys do and kind of wear the passionate is for the philanthropic side of what you guys do. Well, you know with our product line the animals that need it. Most are the ones that are the most vulnerable, and in this case, it's you know, it's often animals that have been abandoned their rescues that are sitting in a f- acidity trying to find their forever home animals with health problems and high anxiety that could possibly be keeping them from being adopted and finding their forever home so early on. We have been partnered with many rescues here in California to start just working with the Milo foundation and number of other ones. Who've been using our product for years now, and they get a lot of success calming these animals down helping with their health conditions and in turn that helps find their forever home. And then we got a phone call from the folks at the Villalobos rescue center from the TV show pit bulls and parolees. A couple of years ago. And they asked us if they fought our product would help the animals in Louisiana when the thunderstorms hit. And of course, we thought our product great for your animals, let's send you some products. So after we sent them the first round of product they gave it to their hundreds of pit bulls that are in their facility and they saw some great results with their anxiety levels during their thunderstorms. But they also found great results with other health problems that those dogs are suffering with so about a year ago, we teamed up with available rescue center and basically created a product which is really a tribute to one of the main dogs on the show. His name is tater tot. Insecure. He loves his sweet potato. So we made a sweet potato treatable just for him. And for every bag that sold we're donating a dollar back to the be lowest rescue center. It's our goal to sell at least ten thousand bags a month. So that we can cut.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So I wanna I appreciate your way on a it's a wealth of really good information. I think this is a subject that people hear about a lot. But are typically not nearly as well versed on all the ins and outs that you coverage. I really appreciate you covering all that kind of last topic. I knew you guys get back with the community talk about that. What you guys do and kind of wear the passionate is for. For the philanthropic side of what you guys do. Well, you know with our product line the animals that need it. Most are the ones that are the most vulnerable, and in this case, it's you know, too often animals that have been abandoned their rescues that are sitting in a f- acidity trying to find their forever home animals with health problems and high anxiety that could possibly be keeping them from being adopted and finding their forever home so early on. We have been partnered with many rescues here in California to start just working with the Milo foundation and a number of other ones who've been using our product for years now, and they get a lot of success calming these animals down helping with their health conditions and in turn that helps find their forever home. And then we got a phone call from the folks at the Villalobos rescue center from the TV show pit bulls and parolees a. Years ago. And they asked us if they fought our product would help the animals in Louisiana when the thunderstorms hit. And of course, we thought our product would be great for your animals, let's send you some products. So after we sent them the first round of product, they gave it to their hundreds of pit bulls that are in their facility, and you know, they saw some great results with their anxiety levels during their thunderstorms. But they also found great results with other health problems that those dogs are suffering with so about a year ago, we teamed up with all of us rescue center and basically created a product which is really a tribute to one of the main dogs on the show. His name is tater tot. Insecure. He loves his sweet potato. So we made a sweet potato treatable just for him. And for every bag that sold we're donating a dollar back to the be lowest rescue center. It's our goal to sell at least ten thousand bags a month. So that we can cut.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"In trying to find their forever home animals with health problems and high anxiety that could possibly be keeping them from being adopted and finding their forever home. So early on. We have been partnered with many rescues here in California to start just working with the Milo foundation and a number of other ones who've been using our product for years now, and they get a lot of success calming these animals down helping with their health conditions and in turn that helps find their forever home. And then we got a phone call from the folks at the Villalobos rescue center from the TV show pit bulls and parolees a complete ago. And they asked us if they fought our product would help the animals in Louisiana win the thunderstorms hit. And of course, we thought our product would be great for your animals. Let's send you some products. So after we sent them the first round of product they gave it to their hundreds of pit bulls that are in their facility. You know, they saw some great results with their anxiety levels during their thunderstorms. But they also found great results with other health problems that those dogs are suffering. So about a year ago, we teamed up with the of us rescue center and basically created a product which is really a tribute to one of the main dogs on the show. His name is tater tot. Insecure. He loves his sweet potato. So we made a sweet potato treatable just for him. And for every bag that sold were donating a dollar back to the be lowest rescue center. It's our goal to sell at least ten thousand bags a month. So that we can cut.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Com. So I want I appreciate your way on. I I it's a wealth of really good information. I think this is a subject that people hear about. A lot. But are typically not nearly as well versed on all the ins and outs that you coverage. I really appreciate you covering all that kind of last. I knew you guys get back with the community talk about that. What you guys do? And kind of where the passionate is for the philanthropic side of what you guys do. Well, you know with our product line the animals that need it. Most are the ones that are the most vulnerable, and in this case, it's you know, it's often animals that have been abandoned their rescues that are sitting in a f- acidity trying to find their forever home animals with health problems and high anxiety that could possibly be keeping them from being adopted and finding their forever home so early on. We have been partnered with many rescues here in California to start just working with the mile foundation and a number of other ones. Who've been using our product for years now, and they get a lot of success calming these animals down helping with their health conditions and in turn that helps find their forever. And then we got a phone call from the folks at the Villalobos rescue center from the TV show pit bulls and parolees. A couple of years ago. And they asked us if they fought our product would help the animals in Louisiana when the thunderstorms hit. And of course, we thought our product great for your animals, let's send you some products. So after we sent them the first round of product they gave it to their hundreds of pit bulls that are in their facility and they saw some great results with their anxiety levels during their thunderstorms. But they also found great results with other health problems that those dogs are suffering. So about a year ago, we teamed up with available rescue center and basically created a product which is really a tribute to one of the main dogs on the show. His name is tater tot. He loves his sweet potato. So we made a sweet potato treatable just for him. And for every bag that sold we're donating a dollar back to the Bulow bus rescue center. It's our goal to sell at least ten thousand bags a month. So that we can cut.

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Family: Man who took plane was warm, kind, gentle

The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Family: Man who took plane was warm, kind, gentle

"The airline employees who stole, a plane from Seattle Tacoma airport and performs high flying acrobatics before dying in a crash has. Been identified as twenty nine year old Richard Russell officials said he did not have a pilot's license but did have clearance to be insecure areas of the, airport ABC's Klay transcendental from. Seattle agents will be taking. A deep dive into this road. Pilots background and motives trying to figure out how a member of. The ground crew was able to pull this off airline officials say of course Russell was allowed to. Be around planes as part of his job, but they say they will be. Taking a look at whether security procedures need to be changed his family. Issued a. Statement yesterday saying that he was warm kind and gentle and. That this whole episode has come as a

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"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"So treat IB l. e. s. dot com so I want. I appreciate Joanna it's a wealth. Of really good information I think this is a subject that people hear about A lot but are typically not nearly. As well versed on all the ins and, outs that you coverage I really appreciate you cover. And all that kind of last topic I knew you guys get back with the community talk about that what you guys do and, kind of wear the passionate is for the. Philanthropic side of what you guys do, well you know with our product line the animals that need, it most are the ones that are the most vulnerable and in this. Case. It's you know it's often animals that have been abandoned, their rescues that are. Sitting in a facility trying to find their forever home animals with health problems, and high anxiety that could possibly be keeping them from being adopted and. Finding their forever home so early on we. Have been partnered with many rescues, here in California to start just working. With the Milo foundation and a number of other ones Who've been using our product. For years now, and they get a lot of success calming these animals down helping with their health conditions and in turn that helps find there forever And then we got a phone. Call from the folks at the Villalobos rescue center. From the TV show pit bulls and parolees A. Couple of years ago and they asked us if they fought our product. Would help the animals in. Louisiana when the thunderstorms hit and of course we thought, our product to be great for your animals let's send you some products so, after we sent them the first round of product they gave it to, their hundreds of pit bulls that are in their facility and they saw some great results. With their anxiety levels during, their thunderstorms but they also found great results with other health problems, that those dogs are suffering with so about a year ago we teamed up. With the rescue center and, basically created a product which is really a tribute to one of the main dogs on the show his name is tater tot Insecure he loves his sweet potato, so we made a sweet. Potato treatable just for him and for every bag that sold were donating a dollar back to the be lowest rescue. Center it's our goal. To sell. At least ten. Thousand bags a, month so that we can cut.

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"villalobos" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"A lot of people and that clearly distresses him and many others here a lot of people here seem to have waited until the last minute though to decide whether to vote and among them is madelene villalobos who's a housewife age fifty four indices the cbo she says she's not decided whether she will vote but if she does it won't be for one thing she does know though lulu is that she's gonna leave the country if and when he wins she has a son in columbia and she says she's all set to join him becoming one of the multitude who fled venezuela in this crisis multitude indeed as you mentioned the mainstream opposition is cutting this election but there's one significant candidate henry alcorn a former state governor some say he's a collaborator meant to give this election the veneer of legitimacy but just briefly is he a serious challenger he's performed strongly in the polls some put him ahead in recent weeks some of these polls everyone's focused on how many boats he'll get it's unclear what the government would do if he actually won many people here find it hard to believe that nicolas maduro would actually leave power if you if you did that's npr's philip reeves and caracas thank you so very much three hundred and thirty two that's the number of women who will receive a settlement from michigan state university for being sexually abused by disgraced dr larry nassar nassar who worked at michigan state for nearly twenty years will likely spend the rest of his life in prison for the sex crimes he committed the five hundred million dollar settlement includes seventy five million for victims who have yet to be identified among those nassar targeted was kyle stevens her family was friendly with nassir and her abuse began in kindergarten we spoke with her in january after she and others delivered emotional courtroom testimony you feel sadness and then you feel i think you also feel a little bit of relief because you're listening to them detail their pain in as much as you don't want them to be going through it now and you're not the only one in you know you're not crazy now all those feelings and those emotions aren't really a part of.

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"villalobos" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Hundred two eight three one zero one point five have you ever had a situation where your dog just took off you know have you ever had to say and what are some of the funny things that they do like when your dog takes the scariest thing is to have your dog leave and you know where it is or you not know how to find it especially when the dog isn't trained keith jackson under jersey one zero one point five gave hey how you doing good how are you i'm all right i heard the story about tank and it's just so wrong to kill a dog when i heard the guy's got one from behind to leash it no i spoke to a police officer today who told me that basically the eyewitness as well as the guy he came at him from the side unique command him from behind but either way i mean this is the first time offense for the first time a dog bit anybody and is say such a sad situation you know basically the owners kind of given up on it and that's why we're gonna let the dog die all right i think the name of the rescue is villalobos down in louisiana and parolees they're on tv right takes dogs and i think if you get in touch with her and tell her the story she'll take the dog out support the dog for her so she doesn't have to pay out of pocket but she takes takes pit bulls i'm sure she'll take this dog once you here's the story if she'll take it i'll drive it down i would put you on hold give your information right or elsie we can do i hold back heath thanks for calling new jersey one zero one point five eric is in dover on new jersey one zero one point five hey eric how's it going all right what i would do is if i had.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Recruit sorry bojangles dot com slash is our dogs zaks pays like how we miss out on this but yeah i if i had to actually consider what the best sean connor my favorite sean connery role last crusade it is it is unexpectedly playful and it's a good sort of like late career turn for him i think that was like the second or third to last movie he did it is i do enjoy that role i don't think it's the movie he did that i enjoyed the most i will i will ride with hundred over there that's a solid pig i just never get tired of watching member tired of watching i don't know why it's just it's just a good i think it's hard to make a submarine movie that is all that interesting because it just doesn't film that well and like all the spaces are tight mo submarine movies about like our product drone it's like will yeah you're in a submarine of feels like that was up if thank you really liked on for an october put me down for the rock that may choice that may be the one where i think he phones it in with the mostly like i'm being for this capable line fine welcome to the rock the other choice the other choice if you just want the the ludicrousness of him pronouncing his character's name is of course the eighties classic highlander in which sean connery not attempting to do any kind of accent whatsoever because he can't and hunt for red october is that as well it's not like he ever speaking in russian accent so sean connery plays a character with this name one sanchez villalobos ramirez does this character say his own name when he introduces himself in sean connery's voice yes he does go youtube that bucking amazing also this character was born in egypt.

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"villalobos" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett

"You're listening to hold business worth jeffrey hazlitt brought to you by sousse sweet radio a podcast network featuring today's top business experts that is part of this sees sweet network the world's most trusted network mc sweden executor five various and other business podcast bonds see dash sweet radiocom at the end of it we show i like to talk about the things i learned in you know i learned a lot despite listening and i like to lose some in one of the cool things that i really liked about this show was the fact that we talked about just being human normal people and i love the term inner superstar verses being a superhero i talked about that the beginning of the show but really about one can be a superstar right can always be a superhero all right would you can be as superstar and do in lots of things over your life makes you a hero okay so don't forget that and you can be a hero eventually but first she got to become your own superstar and i really like that just normal people being better humans and the that's when i learned today and sometimes i think it's important for us to think back and and just look at ourselves in word and say what our own condition satisfaction in that that today was a great job and michelle villalobos i mean one of the best if yet by the way if you're a woman and you're looking to do a great conference make sure you check her out uh at the woman success summit and um and it's it'd be wha what your time okay well where's your time and thanks for his been your time here with me on cease we radio you've been listening to all business which jeffrey hazlitt and don't forget to tell you for us.

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"villalobos" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And if you've ever sat on a jury juries are sitting on a uh uh be one means boring things on the planet particularly for trial is fairly long and its convoluted and there are a lot of smog being pieces lotta minutia in good lawyers tend to stay away from that because germany tend to opt frankly go to sleep well in massachusetts this is exactly what happened when a man convicted of involuntary manslaughter sued to get a new trial because two jurors fell asleep during testimony and the massachusetts supreme court said yeah yet ted have sleep jurors in addition the judge in this trial of anc the villa voces view laboa veal of boll boasts is that right villalobos of sorry i just misread that view lobov aired by failing to question the jury jurors about what they had missed after the prosecutor swatted them nappy so you have two issues number one juror being asleep big problem and the jeff the of failing to question the jurors the judge failing the crushing the jurors what he by the way what did you miss or what part did you listen to trying to figure out because it's quite conceivable that the jurors fell asleep during a time when it really didn't matter when it wouldn't change anything about the case and the prosecution can then argue in the judge could have said you know what yeah they did sleep but nothing was missed so it is is harmless error i mean that's an argument that can be used but when you have two jurors asleep and the judge does not ask does not question the jurors about what they missed all of us a negative what did you miss how they held or they know that but trying to figure out what part of the trial they fell asleep on a.

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"villalobos" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Well if you've ever sat on a jury gene a jury us are sitting on a jury may be one of the most worrying things on the planet particularly for trial is fairly long and it's convoluted and there are a lot of a small moving pieces lotta minutia in good warriors tend to stay away from that because jurors tend to uh frankly go to sleep well in massachusetts this is exactly what happened when a man convicted of involuntary manslaughter sued to get a new trial because to jurors fell asleep during testimony and massachusetts supreme court said yeah yeah ted have sleeping dealers in addition the judge in this trial of and the villa voces iv laboa veal abobo s is that right villalobos of sorry i just misread that villalobos aired by failing to question the jury jurors about what they had missed after the prosecutor swatted them nappy so you have two issues number one juror being asleep big problem and the jeremiah the of failing to question the jurors the judge failing the crushing the jurors by he by the way what did you miss or what part did you listen to trying to figure out because it's quite conceivable that the jurors fell asleep during a time when it really didn't matter uh change anything about the case and the prosecution can then argue in the judge could have said you know what yeah they did follow but nothing was missed so it is is harmless air i mean that's an argument that can be used by when i you have to jurors asleep and the judge does not ask does not question the jurors about what they missed all of us as a negative what did you miss how they held or they knew that but trying to figure out what part of the trial they fell asleep on a not it's a nogo can't do that which is kind of his ard because every juror i've ever met falls asleep the trick is to fall asleep with your eyes open and occasionally gnawed which if you're good at that you can sleep through an entire trial and then during the deliberations the jury foreman goes okay who's in favor of guilty you.

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"villalobos" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Now if you've ever sat on a jury juries are sitting on a jury may be one of those things on the planet particularly for trial is fairly long and its convoluted and there are a lot of a small moving pieces lotta manusha good lawyers tend to stay away from that because jurors tend to uh frankly go to sleep well in massachusetts this is exactly what happened when a man convicted of involves terry man slaughter sued to get a new trial because to jurors fell asleep during testimony and the massachusetts supreme court said yeah yet kid have sleeping jurors in addition the judge in the trial of and the villa bose's iv laboa veal bogged is that right bela lobos i'm sorry i just misread that villalobos aired by failing to question the jury jurors about they had missed after the prosecutors spotted them nappy so you have two issues number one juror being asleep big problem and the uh the of failing to question the jurors the judge failing the crushing the jurors what he by the way what did you miss or what part did you listen to trying to figure out because it's quite conceivable that the jury obviously during a time when it really didn't matter when it wouldn't change anything about the case and the prosecution can then argue in the judge could have said you know what yeah they did fall asleep at nothing was missed so it is is harmless error i mean that's an argument that can be used but when you have to jurors asleep and the judge does that ask does not question the jurors about what they missed all of us a negative what did you ms how they held or they know that but trying to figure out what part of the trial they fell asleep on a.

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"villalobos" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For pole close loans were villalobos polls news update we lewis collision on the war of words between president trump and the leadership of north korea mr trump's taken to calling dictator kim dongmoon rocket man and questioning his sanity at the un on saturday north korea's foreign minister was questioning mr trump's person like trump a mentally deranged person full of meglomania end complaisance is holding the seat of the us president shortly before midnight that us president tweeted just heard foreign minister of north korea speak at un if he echoes thoughts of little rock at man they won't be around much longer not long after us military planes flew very close to the north korean border farmer were escorted by coup king jet fighters and that is no doubt a precaution again the possibility that north korea would go to have an airport might end out aircraft to intercept those b1 bomber correspondent david martin cbs news update i'm tom foty kyw news time twelve thirty two years or traffic update let's begin to the turnpike northeast extension that's i four seventy six were shut down both ways between interchange thirty one for lansdale and 44 for quaker town construction taking place up until around 6 o'clock this morning also the pa turnpike closed both ways eastbound and westbound between bensalem that's into james 350 one the delaware valley 350 construction activity happening up until six as well google construction still in place overnight westbound it's between four seventy six the blurred and the pa turnpike taking out the right lane generally leagest sluggish through that works on eastbound seventy six right lien shut down between the pa turnpike unconscious hawkin generally sluggish there as well elsewhere a 95 southbound the bucks county construction and middletown takes out the right lane at exit forty six that's for route one superhighway pete in toronto with the trumark financial credit union 24 hour.

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"villalobos" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"villalobos" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Right next to buffalo by you downtown it could be closed for many many months delaying people's trials and another they're aspect of the criminal justice system that we're going to keep an eye on here in texas we want to thank you all for being with us some lance lowry precedent of asked me local three to seven of the texas correctional employees represents guards and others in the prisons the union bernape fouts democracy now corresponding rachel villalobos on the phone with us who's been in touch with her husband who is held at the federal correctional complex in beaumont and says prisoners their face miss treatment during the flooding related to hurricane harvey beaumont lost all its water this is democracy now when we come back the segregation of alabama schools stay with us mm two great come down here and say that by dear half performing here at democracy nasty studios to see the full performances and interview go to democracy now.

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