35 Burst results for "Voss"

Designing Modern Interiors While Preserving Your Car's Heritage With Dave Vos

NC Shop Talk

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Designing Modern Interiors While Preserving Your Car's Heritage With Dave Vos

"What's in the pipeline for customs by voss. What are you guys. Have on the table. What's in the near future. The distant future what's happened. We got a shop full of fun stuff. We're finishing up a long term project that we've been slowly picking away at its debut with seem excited for that and then we have a few Thirties cars which. I haven't touched a thirties. Car and probably like seven years. And i did a lot when i was working for my dad growing up. And i've been very excited to do a street rod and it turns out we have two of them come. Initiate one's going to be actually a concourse car which i haven't done before it's going to be a huge challenge which i love and Now you can do nothing but grow from the situation. The street rod That will do debut with the grand national roadster show and it also be going out of the year next year which which is cool so the car a secret. Can you tell us anything about it or is that something to keep under wraps. It's it's it's a sixties corvette some cool people before me of touched no major shops or anything but had some good hands on it and it's a it's cool. It's an all black horror black interior so it probably won't even get looked at inside a seamer because black interiors just turned into a black hole but still ends up being pretty detailed. I got a professional photographer. Common in a couple of weeks to shoot it so okay. I'm excited to show the world this thing we've been like i said we've been slowly picking away at a for a while all right good. Well that's incense like you guys got a lot going on which is normal for your shop. This one would be a little bit tough. Give me a few of your favourite vendors and tell us why why they're so good aaron and hides leather is. I've been working with him on and off for the last I'd say eight nine years. He's great because for one. He's very caring about his customers. He's knowledgeable about his products and he's got a great attitude which i've learned dealing with other vendors. They attitude can ruin their relationship

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Wisconsin GOP Leader Hires Retired Police to Probe Election

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Wisconsin GOP Leader Hires Retired Police to Probe Election

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Wisconsin GOP leader hires retired police to probe the twenty twenty election Wisconsin assembly speaker robin Voss said Wednesday he's hiring three retired police officers at taxpayer expense to investigate the twenty twenty presidential election results in the dairy state boss dust joins efforts by Republicans across the country to examine ballots in the election won by president Joe Biden in March Republicans who control the Wisconsin assembly passed a resolution authorizing an investigation we also ordered the state's nonpartisan audit bureau to look into the election Biden defeated then president Donald Trump by about twenty thousand six hundred votes in Wisconsin hi Mike Rossi out

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Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Now Facing 12 Sexual Assault Allegations

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson Now Facing 12 Sexual Assault Allegations

"Houston texans quarterback deshaun watson of sexual assault houston public media's lucille vasquez reports at seven lawsuits have been filed by houston lawyer. Tony busby with more expected to emerge in the coming days. Watson is accused of exposing himself to the seven female massage therapists on several occasions throughout twenty twenty. The lawsuits also accuse watson of inappropriate touching nonconsensual kissing and in one case forcing one woman to perform oral sex. The women are being represented by houston. Lawyer tony busby. Who says his law firm is currently in talks with over twenty women this case is about female empowerment taking the power back and they bring these cases for one reason. Only stopping further misconduct from this. Defendant the news comes as the. Nfl begins an internal investigation into the allegations against watson i'm lou voss

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Man faces vehicular manslaughter charges after San Diego crash

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Man faces vehicular manslaughter charges after San Diego crash

"Others hurt after a 71 year old driver lost control of his car and crashed into a homeless encampment under a bridge in San Diego. Police chief David Missile. It says Craig Boss was arrested at the scene this morning. He's under arrest for three counts of vehicular manslaughter. Five counts of causing great bodily injury while committing a felony. One count of felony Do you are this lot did not elaborate or identify whether Voss was under the influence of alcohol or other dangerous species. This is

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GameStop Stock Soars as Reddit Investors Take On Wall Street Bets

Squawk Pod

07:17 min | 5 months ago

GameStop Stock Soars as Reddit Investors Take On Wall Street Bets

"Stop the video game retailer. Stock has rallied over six hundred eighty percent this month and in the last couple of days the stocks volatility has pretty much everyone talking. So what's going on. First of all game stop is for the average mall going consumer dying brand a relic of simpler times when we used to have to physically go to the store and wait in line for the newest call of duty or for the latest harry potter book. So it's no surprise. That game stop has been a target for wall street shortsellers its demise has been foregone conclusion. So short and game stop. That is betting that game stop would continue to. Depreciate could have been a good bet except short-selling is risky and your losses if you lose that bad or basically limitless since there's no cap on how valuable the company has bet against could become so even riskier if stock you've shorted starts going up. You can essentially cut your losses without getting too in the weeds market mechanics here. When a lot of short seller's designed to cut their losses on a shorted stock. That's now suddenly going up it triggers. What's called a short squeeze. Demand goes up. Supply goes down. Price goes up more shortsellers. Try to cut their losses. It's a vicious cycle and one that can result in massive losses for their shortsellers and giant prophets for those who've invested in the stock on the way up which is when a popular reddit. Forum called wall street bets figured out that game stop was the most shorted stock in the us markets. It wasn't hard to convince reddit users in the forum to buy up enough stock in game. Stop to trigger that short squeeze making retail investors of bundle and sticking it to the wall street big guys in the process. This was all encouraged in many ways by high profile investors with a hefty social media presence. Jamaa only petia tweeted that he'd bet on the stock increasing himself cameron winkle voss of the winkle vi- suggested he might go along on the stock and must only tweeted that he was aware of the situation just aware of the situation in game. Stop took off again. In after hours. Trading and to wall street bets credit. The plan worked amid game. Stops rally shortsellers on wall. Street have accumulated over five billion dollars in losses year to date and that includes nine hundred million loss on monday and one point six billion lost on friday. As you're about to hear hedge fund. Melvin capital took an enormous loss on the bet so much so that rumors of bankruptcy were swirling on that wall street. Bet sub reddit. But the founder of melvin told our own andrew ross sorkin. The rumors aren't true. Here's andrew now some breaking news this morning on this game stop story. We've been reporting all morning. Having talked to gay. Plock into runs. Melvin capital gay. Plotkin saying that. Melvin capital has been out closed out its position in the stock force. That company was Firm i should say with short looks like lost a ton of money but short that company up through Before the end of the close yesterday but Gabe saying that They got out yesterday afternoon. Of course the question is what happens now. Game stop a game. Stop shares Melvin capital had to take in an additional close to three billion dollars in new capital citadel. Coming to the rescue along with point seventy two. This is a remarkable saga With game stop so many of these investors no really no longer really investing on the fundamentals of what's happening against up but more just continue to push up the stock and we've seen so many folks like you on musk. Go take to twitter about it. Chihua- polly fanning the flames. So there's a lot of fan fan. Flame fanning taking place right now big questions about regulators where they are what they should be doing a lot of criticism and critique online as saying that if you think manipulation what do you think wall street is doing everyday to us the retail investors so. There's a sort of a pop psychology dynamic at play. And i think we're all we're all learning and try and understand what it means but also what it means in the future for the ability of retail investors to get together on places like read it and other places Form an army of sorts and try to push up The stocks in in certain cases like this. So i'm at a loss for words. Joe i really am where are the regulators and is this just the beginning situation. We all do have a lot to say on this but you you obviously have a lot to san. That's interesting but obviously the plane with the calls. And you're you're seeing calls that are one hundred dollars out of the money going for nineteen dollars and things that you've got markups going from two billion to twenty five billion. Obviously everything you're saying we understand. This is this is a game obviously and these guys. When i put five dollars on a ncaa game that. I don't care that much about that's the same as jemaah putting a couple of hundred grand on some calls or lan or any of the guys were talking about this. I think it's kind of responsible. The kind of laughing about it laughing all the way to the bank. But you know there are market makers that have to take. How'd you like to be short some of these calls. Can you imagine being short some of these calls. Especially if you're not covering i mean you can lose. You can lose ten times your money. Unlike a regular investment where only lose one hundred percent. I mean this this this makes this makes bitcoin look like t-bills if you think there's speculation and crypto when you when you look at something like and now they're looking for the next mark right they'll find another game stop once they're done with game stop but in the meantime there's gonna be blood all over understand why i understand why elon musk is doing it. He hates the shorts. They've you know he's right. Thinks it's a game where he's playing a game to understand he's playing the game too. I don't understand why tomatoes doing this. I don't understand why the winkle loss guys doing this. I mean this is i. It's nothing about me. Said too much money it and if you if you think people look unkindly at the wealthy at this point like wait till you see what happens with with the retail investor who gets sucked into thing and gets caught in the trap with who can't afford to lose the money like these guys are doing. I'll tell you the thing there. There really is a merry band of retail investors. Out there both already but increasingly and this is what i think even more concerning i spent a lotta time night reporting this out but also spending time on the in some of these rooms there are places people are going out into encrypted rooms onto telegram onto signal where they where they effectively are planning their next raid. Where they're trying to look to say. Okay where can we do. You know who can we take down next. In this case it was capital that they were seeking to take down. That's why i think the news today that they're out maybe potentially a turning point. I don't know. I don't. I don't know what turns this stock back into some kind of a normal

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Trump finally concedes — amid talk of ouster from office

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Trump finally concedes — amid talk of ouster from office

"With just a dozen days left in his term president trump has finally been to reality in a video shot at the White House the president admitted for the first time he's stayed there will soon end Congress has certified the results and new administration will be inaugurated on January twentieth the video appeared aimed at fighting back talk that he should leave office now this man is deadly house speaker Nancy Pelosi's among lawmakers calling for vice president pence and the cabinet to remove the president immediately threatening another impeachment push if they don't neither option seems likely though they're mere discussion is a warning to the president meantime several top trump aides have quit including two cabinet secretaries transportations Elaine Chao and education's Betsy to Voss Sager mag ani Washington

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The Latest: Education head DeVos quits, cites Trump rhetoric

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

The Latest: Education head DeVos quits, cites Trump rhetoric

"I might cross your reporting education secretary Betsy to Voss leaves the trump administration education secretary Betsy to Voss submitted her resignation Thursday becoming the second cabinet secretary to resign in response to Wednesday's pro trump assault on the U. S. capitol in a scathing resignation letter the boss laid the blame for the ride on president Donald Trump writing there was no mistaking the impact your rhetoric cat on the situation and it is the inflection point for me to foster wide transportation secretary Elaine Chao in exiting the trump administration child the wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell resigned earlier Thursday Mike Rossio Washington

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Dwane Haskins busted for maskless strip club visit

First & 10s

02:08 min | 6 months ago

Dwane Haskins busted for maskless strip club visit

"Let's get into our NFL news. And with that said the breaking news strip clubs and then getting cut from a team Amy. Who are we talking about Duane Haskins folks and not release that rookie season did not last very long at all boy. Did it not ever? Okay. You'll back the curtain. Let's talk about the strip club first before we go into the cutting. Here's the problem. He's now added to the list of players that can't stay away from the strip club. Apparently, he went to a strip club on a Sunday which is breaking up over data calls and is not breaking by Mortals. Are you supposed to not go to a strip club on a Sunday? That's what God Said, right? I mean, it's part of the Ten Commandments. Maybe I don't know they'll shalt not consume alcohol and before noon and attempt to strip club on a Sunday. I don't know that should be the men Commandments. Hey guys dead. Yeah, so, you know Adam to the strip club list, so they benched him on Sunday. And then apparently they just released his ass like just for the podcast right now. So look at us we're breaking news right here past and I mean not only did he get cut but then they are fighting him $40,000 for breaking protocols and going to the strip club without a mask. So you without a job and you gotta find yeah, that sucks. Terrible a $40,000 a day a lot of money. It is a lot of money and I mean, I'm sure he spent quite a bit at the strip club because that's what guys do right and women sometimes so I'm not trying to be sexist. But wow Amy you're so you know what? Yeah and me I know well, I mean life and most people but that's how many Flex I give exactly not any that's why we love Amy. Okay, so to just rule out everybody all the other Duane's this is not Dwayne Johnson dead. This is not Dwayne Harris. This is Dwayne Haskins house kids get out. If you didn't know he was he was the quarter. One of the quarterbacks has one of the quarterbacks for the Washington football

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"voss" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

RUN GPG Podcast

05:38 min | 6 months ago

"voss" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

"Our guest today has had an incredibly fascinating life and career. And we're very excited to talk to him about it. Chris voss is the former lead international kidnapping and hostage negotiator for the fbi is vast career has had many improbable highlights and achievements besides a twenty four year career with the fbi. Chris is a member of the new york city joint terrorist task force for fourteen years and has negotiated some of the most high profile kidnappings bank robberies in terrorism cases of our generation after working on more than one hundred and fifty international hostage cases. He retired from the fbi in two thousand seven and founded the black swan group. Most of our listeners and subscribers would know chris as the author of the bestselling book never split the difference. Which takes you inside the world of high stakes negotiations revealing the skills. That helped chris and his colleagues succeed where it mattered. Most saving lives as the book. Also points out. Life is a series of negotiations. You should be prepared for never split. The difference gives you the competitive edge in any discussion or negotiation. Chris is also a regular commentator. On cnbc. Cnn msnbc and fox news is also been featured in forbes the new york times inc magazine variety in time in two nine thousand nine he created in narrated a masterclass. The art of negotiation chris. It's an absolute honor. Welcome to the run. Gpu podcast thanks a lot. I'm happy to be here. thanks for having. Yeah glad we could get you on chris. Now there's so much. I do wanna talk to you about today. Your book obviously your career and your experiences particularly as they relate to entrepreneurship sales and it goes but i to set the stage and get the back story to your fascinating career as we always like to do here on the run g podcast. I want to start by asking. Who is chris voss. Where are you from. Where did you grow up. Why i'm a regular guy. I grew up in the mid western united states. Small town. I will blue collar family. son richard. Joyce voice from mount pleasant. I'll a father was an entrepreneur sole proprietorship. You know he had a secretary at handyman award form but principally one man operation. So you know. I grew up in an environment which was like you know figured out pitching figured out. Get to work work hard Human being that's kind of that's really iowa you know kitchen Figured out and that's that's the basis of.

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"voss" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

RUN GPG Podcast

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"voss" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

"If you're tired of starting over stop giving up yesterday you said tomorrow so just do it. Make your dreams come true. This is chris voss and you're listening to the run. Gpgpu here's what's coming up on. Today's show like you ain't gonna win every game. He's not gonna win every negotiation domestically in the us. We negotiate out ninety three percent of the people kidnapping success probably about the same which means seven percent of the time you know people get killed. People are gonna die if you get up to bat enough times and you know you get a little. Overconfident can hostage negotiations.

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A Chatbot with a Brain with Peter Voss, founder and CEO of aigo.ai

Programming Throwdown

07:30 min | 8 months ago

A Chatbot with a Brain with Peter Voss, founder and CEO of aigo.ai

"So I go daddy I focus focuses is on conversation assistance. So how does this work do you? Is it is it kind of like a a single assistant that you build many people use or do you have custom assistance for different? Consumers Yeah. So our product is actually now in a sort of second generation, we launched the first generation actually in two thousand, eight twelve years ago, and that we focused on automating call center calls intelligently you know everybody hates calling into a call center and having a robot you're not press one for this or. Doesn't understand you. So that's the market. We basically, these things are called ibaz interactive voice response, and basically what we offering in a company called small action is an issue with Brian. So it remembers what you said earlier in the conversation at that has deeper passing deeper understanding as some reasoning ability and so on. So much better conversation that was our first generation focusing on automating call centers. The second generation with Iggo. we just launched commercially last year here we focusing actually on on chat channels initially. Because as huge demand, that's the biggest sort of. Growth Area in customer into action and we are focusing on enterprise applications right now. So you know large companies want to give customers hyper personalized customer support also. Targeting things like a personal assistant for somebody wants to manage their diabetes. For example, for coaching we working with a company that that does VR coaching. And they basically need an intelligence engine to simulate the conversation that you're having so many different applications but right now focuses on enterprise working with large enterprise companies. Getting, into consumer market, we'd obviously love to have product available to to the consumer, but it's just very hard to break into that market. It's very, very expensive, very risky. So we choosing to I do. In a commercial applications. and. That makes and so so how I imagine isn't tell me if I've missed the mark but so so you go on. The Amazon actually, we did this the other day where we had to return something to Amazon and we had a it was a bit of a complicated return and says, he would you like to chat to your customer service representative and so and so we did and we this quick Chad within the Amazon website, and then they're able to sort of sort it out for us. Right as is kind of the market. Where you say if someone says they're going to chat with a person on on a website, but it's actually this bought and then at some point, maybe at hands off to a person needs to it's exactly yeah, that's exactly it and what basically we we taking that whole experience to another level because the current chat technology just has severe limitations for for doing things like that, and we will I think we'll. Talk at length about what does on why they are But yes, that's exactly the kind of applications we have, and moreover we we look for applications that are hyper personalized to the individual and what I mean by that is. Repeat, where it's more likely that they actually repeat engagement so that you can also have built on the loyalty of the customer or it's like you know just a diabetes management where you would actually using it every day but it could also be You know your your bank or or a company that you Amazon would be good example that you you may be interacting with on a regular basis and it gets to know you and it's hyper sliced to you as an individual not as a statistic of a demographic group but it remembers what conversations you've. You've had and. Take into account. It can use it as context what you said earlier what you said last week what you know what? What kind of interactions you've had before and that can be channel as well that that you know our conversations. Can Take into account convince other interactions you've had by email old know how the channels well. Yeah, that totally makes sense I. Mean One thing that I was thinking about actually when we were having this chat with this either customer service representative or a, we don't we don't know could we probably failed at turing test but when we were having this chat things I went through my mind was how? You know when I was, let's say early in university. TONS OF TIME and. So I wouldn't mind sort of. Like a kind of optimizing these kinds of things like, okay. Let's figure out the best way to do this. Week do different things we could try to for things like send us wine and if it doesn't work, then you will send it back and now. Things are just so chaotic right now there's just so many things going on you have kids have all these other people in the house and so. Now, it's like you know just send me all three things and we'll just pick the networks as time is much more important and. You know and that's an example of of where serve the customer context really matters because different people have different states of mind when they might be doing the same things as returning product and trying to get another one. Absolutely context is important. So even you know even if you. Talk to a human they I mean, they wouldn't remember what other conversations you've had. You know they might look it up in their CRM, but normally isn't time for them to to do that but with an. Intelligent assistant like like we providing it's. If you had a dedicated support person on the other side that actually remembers the last conversation you had a good example is you know for example, a telco companies will you might have problems with your cable or whatever. So you call your you had a problem and then you know suggested, well, try this try moving the router and put it in a different position or whatever. So you know next day you call in and then it can say, well, did that help you? you know and you say, well. You you reach I know you've already tried rebooting it. So we want to ask you to do that again you know and That's the kind of it's even better than what the human because you know I go whatever. Chat Bot with a brain that you have will remember. The conversations you've you've had and what you've done in what you've tried, what you're talking about. and. What equipment you have you know Whether you whether it's been is on the latest version and you know it can do can do tests automated testing because I? Hey. Let me test the line. And you know it. All of that can happen smoothly and efficiently whereas I know we've been working with companies like it and usually these calls service calls take half an hour tech. An hour was a human agent and it's just like super frustrating. resetting go poss- would Ed Bankin it's like Insane of what you have to. What hoops you have to jump through you know.

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Interview with Elizabeth Debecki

Sci-Fi Talk

04:25 min | 9 months ago

Interview with Elizabeth Debecki

"The biggie on her tended co-star Kenneth Brannagh. While I've also been a huge fan of cans for many years I've seen him. Obviously in film intelligent but I've also seen him on stage lot and I always had this enormous respect cannon thought he was. sort of `can-do everything I was. So we'll come running do everything. He can write direct APP saying dance. It was sort of it's a bit much actually he should leave some talent for other people but working with him. He just has this ability to put you at ease. He's so kind actually and very. very, very generous as the same. But has an ability to sort of keep the energy around the scene onset. Very focused but very alive. And I actually think it's partly to do with his sense of humor which is. Pretty, spectacular I I actually. Once. Waiting to shoot part of the cost sequence, which is so high octane and the emotional car in between two characters in that moment of the film is so dark and it's so there's so much violence in the air in that moment. And we were sitting waiting to shoot a part of that scene and he made me laugh so hard that I actually split the same amount address, and so I could say that Cameron is genuinely side-splitting if you will which he would enjoy. But now he's a joy. The film has scope. The scope of the film what Chris wanted to do? With the movie was sort of create. Of VOSS NECE and an expanse and a sense of. Because the entire world is at stake. In the protagonists mission, we really had to branch out across the Globe and put all those places on camera and because of the way that Chris Works and hate him wanting to always capture the authentic article whatever that is whether it's the actual, the actual country, the actual boat, the actual human. So there's there was a sense of of of when I entered the film knowing that we would just going to kind of. Me Personally and as an artist just have my kind of horizons massively expanded, which was what the experience of shooting was. As I think credit to our crew really because the crew that made this film would definitely. I'm exterior extrordinary human beings, but they worked so hard and we would sort of finish shooting in a country and pack up at nine PM. In the next day, we would all be on this plane and we would travel somewhere else and we would start shooting twenty four hours later and I think the kind of rigor of that. But also the fact that I think really really bonded US travelling that much definitely as cost it really did Sometimes Jane I would sort of meet up in different cities Buran and we would Have like a cup of coffee and Estonian and three days later, we would be having lunch in Italy, and so it was so kind of surreal and bizarre and. A A massive privilege to especially because of. Where we are in twenty twenty when I think back to just being able to travel out in the world and capture that people. But now sort of fantastic we did really because when people see the film, they can be in all those places. She this and I max the only way to go in my book. I Max Cameras. Put simply really make the experience larger than life, but it's also the quality of the film and I think the way that Hoy towel cinematographer shoots and he is really such genius. It just immerses the audience into. The cinematic experience, but I think watching something on amax inevitably. It hits you in a different way. Literally, you access the film in a different way because. It's almost visceral sort of a bodily experience when something is that that huge captured with the specificity of those cameras that I think. I don't think it's comparable really to anything that people will have same before Janet is now playing the near you.

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Greece, Turkey agree to talks over Eastern Mediterranean, NATO says

Inside Europe

01:34 min | 10 months ago

Greece, Turkey agree to talks over Eastern Mediterranean, NATO says

"A Turkish warship conducting a live fire exercise in the latest ratcheting up of tensions with Greece in the contested eastern Mediterranean. Two Week exercise is being held close to Greek warships conducting their own naval drills. Now up kit is noted Hukou did it is Turkish President Tiber one is ramping up his nationalist rhetoric accusing Greece of banditry and piracy. Turkish naval exercise is the latest in a tit for tat escalation of bilateral tensions. In response, to Athens, deployment of soldiers on a Greek island close to Turkish, territory Turkish presidential adviser Professor Mess with Chechen warns that Athens is playing a dangerous game. This is a kind of the testing Turkey. Please do not try testing. Turkey we are. Crazy nation. and. No. One can be estimated response one day. So we can wait we can patient but one day our answer will be very bad. I may be say as. Military people is unacceptable. The discovery of Voss natural gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean has unleashed a scramble for energy and with it the unfreezing of decades-long territorial dispute between visas doric. Greece accuses Turkey of searching for energy in its sovereign waters both countries of deploy their navies. The back that conflicting demands of a vast waves

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9 Dumb Financial Decisions Most People Make

The Money Guy Show

06:36 min | 11 months ago

9 Dumb Financial Decisions Most People Make

"Brian, I'm so excited about this show because we're going to basically do a deep dive into behavioral finance into behavioral economics because a lot of what we cover are like it's blocking and tackling it's XS and os when it comes to financial decision making. But a lot of what we do when we make financial decisions has more to do with the behavior than academic nature of and that's kind of what we're going to go through what I'm hoping everybody who watches doesn't treat this as a coping mechanism. Oh, that's why I'm like that is because it's baked into the recipe. No, this is supposed to. Be something where you learn to spot what's going on because this is baked into the recipe, but there is a way for you to kind of master move beyond and figure out how you can harness the power of some of these things that are just influences that can drive your your your actions and your behavior. Absolutely. So there's two books that kind of influence show and and a lot of ways bow claims he has not read this book, but I it because everytime I when I was doing the Chris Voss book, they'll never split the difference. He's an FBI guy who was a negotiator and Use a lot of these tactics. Here's the thing. So back in the day, we'll talk a lot about back in the day you and I shared inaudible account well, frankly tightwad and you had good taste and books. This was in your but I never read this. I'm not I'm not familiar 'cause it always listening to it. I was like. That son of a gun, bow this is I can totally see when he's tried to use this on me but it just to tell you what Chris explains is that the FBI reconized after Waco Texas you know did not go well, they need to throw the book out on how they were handling hostage negotiations and other things like that. He goes into all the different behavioral components and here's what. was. What I am saying is that while our decisions may be largely irrational that doesn't mean there aren't consistent patterns, principles and rules behind how we act and once you know these mental patterns, you start to see ways to influence them. So I think the takeaway there is that human beings always act in a rational manner. We're not completely rational beings that this is a black decision this decision, this is the right decision. This is the wrong decision that's not the way that we always behave even though it seems like perhaps that. Should be the way we behave in. Syria, we should be rational functioning beings, but it just doesn't work that way and that led to you know there's the misbehaving book by Richard Thaler, which is the making of behavioral economics. Now, what's funny is if you go watch any of the interviews, Richards very quick to tell you hey I'm not the first person up with behavioral, economics actually Adam Smith, which anybody who follows me matter of fact we had a content meeting and I was because I had to give. Rabia. Whole educate low. Is huge to me I. Go last year I can remember my daughter. When she's doing her social studies when I found that they were studying. Adam Smith it made me so happy because Russia's the timing of when wealth of nations was published in the seventeen hundreds with the birth of America I don't think it's a coincidence. So there's a lot of things in in Adam Smith when he talks when he in a lot. of his writings including wealth of nations he does talk about overconfidence he does talk about loss aversion self control. So I thought it was cool that Richard gave them a shout out. But if you go deeper, Richard is going to give you examples of things that are happening. Everybody's life that are definitely influenced by behavioral economics and I think it's realistic that. We all think about money irrational even if we can be the most educated most well informed, we all approach it in somewhat of irrational manner. So. Let's jump into this I, want to set the stage for you guys. So you'll know I'm a big Disney Fan. Kind of missing going to the Disney parks because we were supposed to have done that in the spring we're going out to Disneyland and one of my favorite things when you're at Disney well I thought would be one of my favorite things a mirage. Was You get hungry and you're walking through the parking catch a whiff. Oh my gosh. That is the best smelling food that I could put my mouth and it's a Walt Disneyworld. Turkey like now. These things looked glorious. They're huge. They're scrumptious looking, but then you buy these things. And unfortunately to me, the taste is not match the smell because to me it was a very gristle field. Super Sodium filled I mean it was just not everything I thought the smell would give. But here's the thing when you pay twelve dollars and fifty cents for a Turkey leg. You eat that thing you you. You don't even if you're not enjoying it, you get it down because you got to recoup the cost of what you've dumped into that Turkey legs. So there is a behavioral finance concept that describes and so what we're GonNa do is win some stores reliable. Some examples for you guys today in the Chad if you're handle is live go and start throwing them out there. If you think you can guess watch behavioral finance concepts we're talking about thawed out there. So you just said you go to Disney you smell the Turkey leg us pay at twelve fifty, you start gnawing on it you get like three or four bytes in. Everything you thought it was, but you say, you know what I'm going to finish it. I'm going to keep eating this thing right? Isn't that what you say what I think is interest. If you do research as a whole thing about the disneyworld Turkey legs, there are bloggers who talked about you should share this with somebody. Now we're in a covert air now or that just seems ridiculous but I will tell you even pre covert I would no more wanNA share a Turkey leg. Been married twenty two years still not share. Yeah. Turkey legs. Back, in twenty eleven last time you and I went to Disney together. I don't remember US walking down shared a talked. So what is the personal finance concept that represents? A sunk cost fallacy. Here's the thing is. There's no reason if you've already dumped the money into this and you realize is just not as good as you thought, it was going to be you don't have to justify the action by continuing to consume it but guess what you will because somehow we feel like it's okay. It's the same thing if you went to a horrible concert or it's raining outside, you know in on the night of the concert, you know you, it's an ample theater. You still show up just because you've spent the money on the tickets,

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Burger King is staging an intervention with its cows

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Burger King is staging an intervention with its cows

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Researchers report that the first vaccine tested in the US for coronavirus boosted volunteers' immune systems, as hoped

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Researchers report that the first vaccine tested in the US for coronavirus boosted volunteers' immune systems, as hoped

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Florida tops virus death mark, UK, France mandate masks

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Florida tops virus death mark, UK, France mandate masks

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Navy sees progress against blaze on warship in San Diego Bay

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Navy sees progress against blaze on warship in San Diego Bay

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Tom Bergeron, Erin Andrews exit 'Dancing With the Stars'

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Tom Bergeron, Erin Andrews exit 'Dancing With the Stars'

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UK, France move to extend rules on face coverings in public

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UK, France move to extend rules on face coverings in public

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"voss" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Want to get him to stop talking like we want to preserve the relationship where we have to but we just can't take anymore so we look at it and we go you're right and they showed up and the crazy thing is as much as everybody does this. We're completely blind to how often it's done to us to get us to shut up for sure. Chris I think we maybe have sixty or ninety seconds to go here. And there they're gonNA pull in this in a moment here but wanted to just ask you. If you could share with the audience. A practical tip around. I'll give it to your choice in the day to day whether it's negotiating a salary car negotiation Seat on an airplane. What's the Jedi? Mind trick that you'd recommend that we all keep in mind -ill first of all your tone of voice Should be curious or with regard for the person or your inner voice betrays. You're outta voice and it's you're upset the matter what your words are. They going to feel it. It's GonNa knock them back so then just just right off the Bat. Do a cold read Take a look at him. Read what you think is on mind based on her body language or their face and say hey it looks like you're having a good day and shut up or say hey tough day and up make them feel seen and it will immediately change the interaction because nobody else is doing that. Great Advice and unfortunately we are out of time. So we're GONNA stop right there. Chris I wanNA thank you so much for joining us today behind the numbers we've been talking about how to negotiate dependent on it with Chris Voss and it's been a great time lot of great takeaways if you have an orgy subscribe to the newsletter that Chris recommended or the book. Make sure you get your hands on it. My name's Dave bookbinder. If you WANNA learn more about me you can reach out to me on linked in facebook and twitter. And if you enjoyed what you heard or saw here today please do it. The subscribe button so you can stay in contact with us. Thanks again. Everyone will see you next time on behind the numbers take care..

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"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"They're stupid and there's no logic behind this like you have to fully parachute into their mindset and you have to really make space in your brain to think like them taller to understand what their objectives are. You have to really have a capacity which many people say is the sign of intelligence is holding conflicting viewpoints in your head simultaneously. And I think it's just a great skill for any human being to be nurturing. I agree with you one thousand percent of this actually a little bit easier. It's you really not getting in your way. Okay it's just been generally open minded and realizing that everybody's Kinda driven by the same issues. It really doesn't matter. You know that identity issues issues there. Tom Issues do you have a decent vision of future for your life is a world where you see it now. Is it going to provide a better place for your kits Mhm You know what's the future look like to you. Yeah now you could have a very distorted vision. But it's really focused on those three things. What's your identity which autonomy? What's the future look like but I would imagine the thing I always push up against is like the easiest thing is just a Lee label people? Evil this is a cure all now you know that explains everything but that doesn't explain a fucking thing right you have to start by giving enough respect to your adversary to go. Like they are rational within their worldview. What is that worldview? How do I understand how F- somehow to them? This is rational and it's incumbent on me to figure out what that AH thought processes or I can't begin to predict what they want. Yeah right I don't know if I don't treat them somebody that semi rational that has an objective. How how can I give them what they want? And it's also not being afraid to articulate with. Their point of view is right. I don't know what your beliefs are if you can't say okay here's what you believe rights and a lot of people just simply refuse to do that. I that I wrote Trade Center case you were talking about. The trial was in a civilian court. We trialed Islamic terrorists guy with legitimate Islam religious credentials and we had Muslims testifying voluntarily against the Muslims voluntarily. Didn't have to world and come to an end Manhattan and melt every Muslim. We put on the standard testified voluntarily. I was we started with pretty much the same approach. I would sit down with them. I'd say you believe that. There's been a succession of United States. Government two hundred years that have been anti-islamic And they would just they wouldn't blink. They're not expecting you to understand what their issues right. They'd so yeah that's it exactly. I never said it was true right. I never said I agreed. And I pointedly didn't never said I disagreed said Hughes what you believe Um and it's astonishing how far you can get in any conversation with anybody if you start out by saying. Here's what you believe anyone who found themselves in a relationship. Ah that is a skill set. That is imperative people mostly are at least I believe want to be heard right out seen seen scene and heard you're absolutely on the money with that. It's such an act of good faith to say a see you. I hear what you're saying doesn't require. Are you to say I agree right. I think that's where people get hung up. They think by by being able to state the other person's point of view that there's somehow Condoning so you know what I'm saying. That's not the case not now and that. That's that's that fine line and it. It seems so hard for some people over. Yes but but even in someone who's been married or with someone for twelve years like it's not going to happen on its own. I have to actually stop and go before launch into my case. What is her point of view? I have to be able to state it before I start. Its work but it has to be done if we hope to coexist right exactly okay. Okay so your master class. It's broken down. It's basically if I could sum up your point of view which I like is that this is by the way similar to my father was a car salesman. He sat me down one day and he said I don't care what job you pursue. You will be a salesman. That is the bottom line there. No one has a job. They're not a salesman. You're a chemist you've got to present this idea to somebody and in that presenting of that idea you're asking them to buy into this thing. You just discovered whatever it is you'll have to be a salesman why that was his worldview and there's some validity to us. Yeah and so your worldview is or the point Lisa of your masterclasses. You might not think you're in negotiations. It might pass you by your daily negotiations. I think you say in in the introduction three times a day you're in negotiation with really low number two for me. I have a four year old and a six year old. It's like my like a thousand. I'm I'm negotiating from the second. My Eyes Open right because there was a fight. That's why I've been. Woken up to people are fighting in the house. So I'm acutely aware of how much negotiation happens in my life but you you do a great job of explaining art so anytime the words I want. Is it in your head or coming across. Somebody's lips you're gonNA negotiation and the commodity that's involved in every negotiation. It's time most people think the only time negotiation if somebody wants dollars uh-huh But it's always time because I mean you trade dollars for time. It's always time so I want or I need one. Favorite Stories Gentlemen started this phenomenon phenomenon. Website called secrets said. Send me your secrets anonymously. Oh that's a great idea. I will Tell the world whatever you struggling with somebody else is struggling with it. Also it's going to help them to know they're not alone so he he's telling me he gets. He gets a brand new still in a rapper starbucks Coffee Cup with the note. That says I give DECAF to people.

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Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

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"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

12:53 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"We're looking at but no pressure right you don't you don't really get anywhere. Yeah pressure on people to bad idea. Yeah I like to hear that because I can only come at it from my own personal point of view which is I will meet aggression with aggression just my nature. Well it's it's actually human nature to okay. Okay right everybody's got what's called Mirror neurons And it's an involuntary reactions. Yo thing I learned in hostage negotiations y every hostage negotiator uses the late nine nine. FM The J. Voice maximally hitting your mirror neurons and I'm actually slowing your brain down. It's a chemical reaction right right now when we first invented hostage negotiation we didn't know it was chemical reaction which no work when you watch a comedy in a guy gets hit and head with a tree branch you immediately start laughing. That's mirror neurons. You can experience what the thing you just saw was in your head. Your body tells you what that feels like. That's why it produces a reaction right. Okay so you get into the FBI in and out of Kansas City. Is that where you end up in New York doing and I want to get the title right because it's cool. The New York City Joint Terrorist Task Force. How'd you end up in that job two years in Pittsburgh to start off with back in those days in the FBI starring folders and FBI agents is a pretty big jump and so they want to do two things back then? It was a very smart move in being expensive transfer. Why so they cut it out but they're going to remove you from home so that you leave your old identity behind the university? You've never lived before she could start over as an agent agent and ideally was a middle sized small and middle-sized operation. So you could start out in a minute leaks so to speak. And then they'd rotate you to one the top officers New York being on that list and at the time ninety percent of people going to New York I do my two years in Pittsburgh I get sent to New York. They put me on the task force. Because I've been a cop and they figured you know cops pretty well and I should be able to get along with. The cops started at the joint terrorist. Task Force them. When I first got to New York orc again night you started nineteen eighty six? So this is pre bombing of World Trade Center. This is pre World Trade Center at that time. Time in eighty-six what was like in the realm of possibility. What were you guys? Even thinking could happen or or working to prevent from happening because the scale of it got so. Oh disproportionately huge in a very quick amount of time. Yes pretty crazy. I mean the terrorist task force originally was almost all domestic terrorism and a name ethnicity and they had a terrorist group late seventies into the mid eighties. Pretty wild time. Everybody's a lot of stuff going on all over the place mostly in New New York City not as much in other cities for example the Omega Seventy anti-castro Cubans won't period of time pipe. Bomb the Cuban mission in New York City once a month for six straight months. Oh my gosh. But they were hit with pipebombs was mostly New York and you know it was isolated contain to New York News and so the task force put almost everyone was groups out of business just before I got there and it really settled down. Can I ask. Did you infiltrate them. was that the most common common now. Molly just great investigations of the bombings robberies and then great follow on interogations of people. You know these were the guys would get people who voluntarily cooperate being nice right by just being decent people so then most of that pretty much run. Its course when I got there. And there was was this weird period of time when the domestic groups were winding down and we were just starting to find the Islamic groups were starting to come to our shores and in every revolutionary a group of people that they're just criminals they're always true believers who believe in a cause one title of a book from back then was crusaders criminals and crises every every revolutionary group from the start mankind had got true believers criminals and people that just misfits Macken Revolution attracted no shortage of criminals. Toyed good because what better place for criminal to hang out with and people who are against the government Yes for sure we're about to create chaos every group has got that MHM So from about eighty six or so to one trade center got hit in ninety three. There was some groups bad guys at realized that they could hide in mosques wchs and so then the Taras Came here. We're looking for people that were on the ground operationally and some of these guys were looking to learn more about the religion as a cover so made.

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

13:30 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"A New Yorker. Not really no I spent I spent fourteen years and I was on the street and my partners were cops and I was reeducated. Eighty six to two thousand your there you go. What wherever yet before that like? Where's home? I grew up in Iowa. Okay Small Town and Iowa so you you had a long career with the FBI your a hostage in negotiating you've written a book called never split the difference you are professor sometimes at Georgetown. Also see that's what made me think he must've do that. The last the last class I taught at. USC was probably but might after the book came which was Twenty Sixteen Twenty sixteen so before we get into that very exciting whole life. We certainly only have never talked to a hostage negotiator nor do I suspect. We'll talk to many more. Thanks so very unique guests for us to have so Unicorn. Bet a bit of a Unicorn but what route do you leave Iowa. Do you decide what you're going to do. Because I am curious. You went to Harvard and you have a master's from Harvard Right. What was that post post? Bureau Okay Okay Post Bureau so what happens pre bureau. I was State University for an Undergrad. Ken Seems Police Department. K CMO PD. The the part of the world I lived in. Its if you're GONNA go nearby city it's Chicago Saint Louis Kansas City. Okay and everybody in my part of the world was raving about Kansas City. So I went there. How did it live up to your the promise town? It is a great town right your day. It's good town confusing town because it's in Missouri and Kate Okay. It's both the state border. State board cuts right to it. So as a matter of fact one of the districts had was on the border this street was literally state line road. Food was a bar right on the corner and because it was on a state line. Pretty good chance anybody drinking. They're on a given night. It was going to be one that they so they could cross the street in another state so entertaining paternity. Yeah how did they were iron out that jurisdiction like let's say someone's being tailed in Missouri. And then they drove into Kansas. What what happens then? Well theoretically if you're following the rules if you cross the state line and got him stopped then you'd have to hand them off to the local on the other side you're not supposed to drag people across state line. As Buford t justice was trying to do and smoking and the bandit if you recall exact. He was way out of his jurisdiction. He's chasing Jason. Bandit Dad came to Kansas City from from India arrived in Kansas City. Do you remember stopping at any point. A really nice man named Chauque Indian man mustache name was shook but oh well now how is a Shoka popular name in India. Is it like Mike. It's a popular issue more of attempt. It'd be like Christopher's yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah on your share. So you're working in the police department and then how. How do you end up going to New York while so I quit the p the it's almost like the Beatles line acquitted police department guy myself a steady job but adjoining FBI? My father encouraged me to look at federal law enforcement because right after he paid for college degree and went out and got a job. That didn't require one right. So yes yes. Did you study criminal justice in College. I I studied business occurred to me that I might change my mind before I got out of school. I wanted to have something to fall back on sure. And what drew you to law enforcement. I want to begin with going to sound stupid now. Nothing sounds saw a movie about to New York City. COPS when I was sixteen years old based on two guys are really really. There's called the super cops. Okay and these guys were really innovative or creative independent. Of course. They didn't do anything to bosses told them to. To do pull out of jail. Any community loved them. So so you had a very specific take on what you wanted to do as a police. Police officer yeah Kinda wanted to be creative. You Know I. I didn't realize that at the time but it is in my nature disregard. The things in my supervisors told me. Yeah Yeah now me too. Great Great Resistance to authority in general. I blame it all on a Lotta Stepdad's who showed up every couple years and had a new game plan. I was like hold on a second second here. And why are we doing this. What do what do you think yours is rooted in yet? Another good question father was really independent guy and I probably come from his example. I didn't realize at the time because I grew up mostly working for and of course accomplished task but he never. You never told anybody how to get the Job Donnie. Just if he pointed your problem said figured out what was his business He was a middleman for oil companies. He was what was called the an oil jobber uh-huh so the guy that was between the major corporation and the gas station or whatever in user was okay and he was in charge of Shell oil at the time our group with that as a symbol of our family. Yeah well I grew up in a family that worked for General Motors. So it's interesting. What space that occupies in your mind? Mind when it is the source of all things reminds you of your child had a little bit right. Yeah we'll like we were forbidden to watch Roger and me Michael Moore documentary because it was very critical of General Motors. It was like well hold on now. Here this is the hand that's feeding everyone let's just tread lightly on this Interesting right later became a liberal in Hollywood they wouldn allowed myself to watch it and I was like pretty darn good documentary. Elvis aside liberal came out it really did. Yeah it flourished here uh-huh oh yeah. Yeah so how did you make your way into the FBI. Did you just cold call. Knock on the door. They're Kinda and ideally get a little bit lucky because because I was originally looking at the secret service my father had a buddy was a secret service agent and I met this guy and he said I travel all over the world with the Secret Service which blew me away. Because I've never been anywhere. I think it seen Canada from a distance so as I traveled the world. How cool is that? And I didn't I had no idea when federal federal law enforcement agency from another I you know I had no idea what the differences were right. So the service wasn't higher but the bureau was bureau just put on a really big hiring push Bush and I went down I. They said we doing their job. Fill out the application and relatively quickly getting. There's a physical component right because because we have two really good friends back in Michigan one is in agent one is about to become an agent. And there's a pretty with the bureau. Yeah Yeah yes. So the females the one who's about how to become an agent and the physical training. She had to do kind of shocked me in a good way. You know. There's a certain amount of pull ups required. There's standards that I found and you know pretty interesting. Well they've toughen above a little bit over the years too because when I went through in probably up until about mid nineties you need to be in reasonable shape when you got they are but they could whip you into shape. That problem is. It's harder to fire somebody for being out of shape than it is. Just never let them in the first place right right which makes a certain amount of sense so they change the rules after I went through whereas you had you got to pass the minimum before you get there right through they relied upon upon you to raise yourself up which must stead but Yeah you gotta you gotTa be in pretty pretty decent physical condition. And what kind of training do they know where they're gonNA feed lead. You are what track they're gonNA put you on are they. Is there an evaluation period where they go this. This guy might be good at this are the evaluating. What kind of natural abilities? You might have. Not really they WHO's completely generalist? When I came out now I heard that since they try to point you in a direction of either national security organized crime time but what really matters is when you get out? There's a lot of cool things you could do. Man The great thing about the bureau is since we investigative or waste though we every kind of crime. Somebody's breaking along. What you think is cool? It doesn't matter we think is going to be in the art. You could be into interstate trafficking. I see great. Dane could be interesting. Great Danes sure. Somebody's breaking the law So you you get out there you start to get a sampling. What's around? Maybe you run across across some guys. Cows that you think are cool there. That are having a good time and As you fall in with them and then then you can have a lot of fun you can do some cool cool stuff. That is an interesting Distinction between that and your local police department because I don't think anyone's interest is going into strangers homes to deal with a domestic dispute. I doubt that's what anyone's Kinky is. Yeah no a cops a great job I had. I had a ball when I did that. You know it was worthy the. It felt like you were doing something that was worthwhile and something enjoyable. So you don't imagine going into a house on a domestic dispute as a pursuit but you find yourself in there also you know helping people settle out their lives a lot rights and so at least four an hour. You made a difference in somebody's life maybe so it can be very satisfying. That's a good point. Did you see the movie and to watch really good cop movie. La Copyright Jake Jilin Hall and Michael Palin you guys they're running from the drug cartel or something right La anyways. They did a great job of what I assumed to be a great job of owing done like ride along so I don't really know but just the lottery that is opening a door especially in downtown. La Who knows what's on the other side and they did a great job just how chaotic that is when that door opens there could be any number of things happening inside there. And that was the element that I was like. Oh yeah that's a specific type A person that's up for that Eurasia full-time she wouldn ideologically. Don't spin the wheel. It could be anything you could walk in. People can have a nice time. Who knows your guns could already be drawn? There could be a raging foreperson fight happening. Does it could be a fire in the kitchen. You know just a date with violent destiny on on the other side of the door. Is there mental training for like desensitization for those kinds of things or not. Really I got I. I hesitate even bringing up because I've forgotten the name but there's a fantastic documentary currently on Netflix. Looks like just watch about these two officers Texas who have kind of took it upon themselves to really specialize in de Escalation. They end up in a lot of negotiating situations. And it's it's kind of a paradigm shift for the Police Department to really start looking at Yup good tools to de-escalate. Yeah because when you first get in so you don't waste time. They're taught solve the problem. I'm a move on now. A high percentage of the time probably seventy five percent of the time you come in and start barking orders and things calmed down at least long enough until you get out but you don't really know that it's not doing any good long-term so actually learning deescalation calm people down. If you're lucky enough to run across somebody who's I'm good at it and then you're staunched at the magic. Somebody can do so for short period of time. I remember one of the guys from Vice. I started riding with. That guy was a magician. It'd be nice and talking to people in a completely different way. Is this early eighties crack them just starting to hit our Kansas City. Okay it's probably hidden you know we're a couple of years the drug waves across us but he works a magic with what he said. And I can remember discount go wild. That was cool. It's a very hard job. I don't think it can.

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"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"I think I listened to twenty times in a row but of course February Fourteenth Day for Lovers Valentine's Day and the debut of Monica and Czeslaw Boys. So please now enjoy Chris Voss we are supported by vital farms. It's no secret that I'm a fan of IDA farms Eh. You know it. I know Monica knows it. The hands are happier. The farmers are treated well in the eggs or just all around better. Vital Farms knows. It's not easy to trust where your food is coming from. So so they've set out to show you exactly where your eggs come from. Now you know how companies loved to paint beautiful images of farms on the packaging when really the farm is just. It's more like an industrial warehouse. Right we'll vital farm set out to change that with traceability a new table back to farm feature that lets you track the eggs you buy at. The store back acted very farm. They came from now. I've done this Monica in fact. You helped me demonstrate on instagram. And I go to this live footage of the chickens. They truly are pardoning. Earning their in a field some of our lounging under a shade tree. She really wanted to vacation where these things were what you do. is you go to vital farms dot com and type in the farm name printed on the side of the carton from there. You'll see a video of the hens from the same farm that those eggs came from through the first egg brand ever offer this level of transparency. And I must say I am excited. Aided about eggs cited nothing to hide none of the bullshit just real farms with real pastures and hands with the freedom to forage vital farms with traceability. Look for the farm name on the carton visit vital farms dot com to get extremely close to where your eggs come from you. Are You.

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I think I listened to twenty times in a row but of course February Fourteenth Day for Lovers Valentine's Day and the debut of Monica and Czeslaw Boys. So please now enjoy Chris Voss we are supported by vital farms. It's no secret that I'm a fan of IDA farms Eh. You know it. I know Monica knows it. The hands are happier. The farmers are treated well in the eggs or just all around better. Vital Farms knows. It's not easy to trust where your food is coming from. So so they've set out to show you exactly where your eggs come from. Now you know how companies loved to paint beautiful images of farms on the packaging when really the farm is just. It's more like an industrial warehouse. Right we'll vital farm set out to change that with traceability a new table back to farm feature that lets you track the eggs you buy at. The store back acted very farm. They came from now. I've done this Monica in fact. You helped me demonstrate on instagram. And I go to this live footage of the chickens. They truly are pardoning. Earning their in a field some of our lounging under a shade tree. She really wanted to vacation where these things were what you do. is you go to vital farms dot com and type in the farm name printed on the side of the carton from there. You'll see a video of the hens from the same farm that those eggs came from through the first egg brand ever offer this level of transparency. And I must say I am excited. Aided about eggs cited nothing to hide none of the bullshit just real farms with real pastures and hands with the freedom to forage vital farms with traceability. Look for the farm name on the carton visit vital farms dot com to get extremely close to where your eggs come from you. Are You.

"voss" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm DAX Shepard. I'm joined by EMMY nominated. Monica Plaid Man. They're below boy today. We talked to a very interesting person. I don't think I would have ever crossed paths with someone like this in real life unless I were to take people hostage which I don't plan on doing. That's true there could be a worthy cause of Abduction he is a former. FBI hostage negotiator. I WANNA say the lead former. FBI hostage negotiator and the CEO of the Black Swan Group. Group and Co author of the Book Never Split The difference negotiate is if your life depended on it. He also has a masterclass. Chris Voss teaches the art of negotiation. Gatien which is phenomenal. Also we'd like to tickle your eardrums a little you know Bob mirvac genius. The resident genius musician. Bob Mirvac does The theme song to this podcast as well as a lot of our live shows he really is special he strikes again Bomani. I think you'll like it more than our song laugh. What a song Give the listeners. A little tickle don't Uh jazz stall.

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"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm DAX Shepard. I'm joined by EMMY nominated. Monica Plaid Man. They're below boy today. We talked to a very interesting person. I don't think I would have ever crossed paths with someone like this in real life unless I were to take people hostage which I don't plan on doing. That's true there could be a worthy cause of Abduction he is a former. FBI hostage negotiator. I WANNA say the lead former. FBI hostage negotiator and the CEO of the Black Swan Group. Group and Co author of the Book Never Split The difference negotiate is if your life depended on it. He also has a masterclass. Chris Voss teaches the art of negotiation. Gatien which is phenomenal. Also we'd like to tickle your eardrums a little you know Bob mirvac genius. The resident genius musician. Bob Mirvac does The theme song to this podcast as well as a lot of our live shows he really is special. He strikes again. I think you'll like it more than our song laugh. What a song Give the listeners. A little tickle don't Uh jazz stall.

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"voss" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Do absolutely nothing and continue to have the same bad results and continue to be frustrated with your business to be frustrated assured with your health. It'd be frustrated with ever you offer right fill in the blanks. You could do nothing and regret it later. You can do nothing and feel sorry for yourself. You can do do nothing and blame everybody hundred team and then finally blame yourself for the results you've had or you can take action. You can go ahead and give this a shot to buy program or buy the product or by the service you can do something different and get a different result. This is shrewdly really powerful because you're really emphasizing the loss of time and money and agony. They're going to go through. If they don't make the right choice. That is a lot more motivating than hey by buying this program. You'll feel successful. You'll feel good. You'll make some money. You might be able to buy that dream car. That's that's good and all but it doesn't really feel really a strong as losing something but what about when you hear something in negotiation that you who would want to say no to your knee-jerk actually no I can't do them instead of saying no what are some other things you could say. and He makes them really good suggestions. One of them is. What are you trying to accomplish here? Another one is. How would you like me to do that? They might ask something. That's totally not doable. So throwback back in their court. Hey how how do you pull that off in the realize okay. Maybe that's a stretch. These strategies actually work not only in business but in life life and the author Chris Voss was a former FBI agent so he was negotiating hostage situations kidnappings bank robbers as you name it so as you could see in his line of work. There's no such thing as a win win. You got to take all the chips when you're negotiating with a bank robber can't say hey you can take one of the hostages if you give back some of the money. No that's not how it works. so He's a winner. Take all kind of mentality. Keep that in mind. He's trying to get you to have the same Italian and use the same strategy in the business world so you can get what you need for your business. Gossip got more on. Today's must read episode visit before that. Let me give love to today's sponsor. This week's episode is presented by personal capital offering financial tools and wealth management. Are you ready to purchase a home. Are you saving for college. Tuition talk with personal capitals registered advisors. Who can help you build a personalized plan or download the personal capital APP and use the free money tools to get a three hundred sixty degree view of all your finance such as credit cards seeing and saving stocks for a one K.? Located all in one place and because it's never too early to think about retiring hiring personal capitals retirement planner can help easily manage and build your retirement plan for more information go to personal capital dot com personal capital invest with logic. Plan with heart to route teddy's must read episode. Never split the difference by Chris. Foss is a no nonsense negotiation book. If you're in sales if you're in business if you're in marketing anytime you have to communicate idea and convince someone of something. This book is extremely helpful. It's very tactical it's a very quote unquote cutthroat given you know his F. B. I.. Background but there are a lot of great insights and things that make you. Scratch your head and say Never thought of doing it that way and I love a book that challenges the way you see a topic challenges will you think about something or your approach to a certain area in your business business. This keeps your ideas and your strategies fresh and allows you to keep evolving and improving highly. Recommend you check out. Never split the difference by Chris Voss. I just kind of went through some of my favorite insights. There's so much more in the book but I'll let you get into that when you pick up the book and read it. Thank you so much. Listen to one hundred dollars. Show make sure hit. Subscribe on whatever. You used to listen to podcasts with her it's spotify stitcher Radio Apple. podcasts overcast Himalayas. Whatever ever it is on them all by hitting subscribe you make sure when the knicks episodes available? It's already on your device. It's that simple and it also allows you to have access to all our archive hived episodes. These episodes are not available anywhere else. Other than if you hit subscribe to over fourteen hundred episodes from episode one on. So do that right now before going to leave you with this. Some people love a good negotiation. They love that feeling of getting a win but some people well don't give it a go. Sheeting deals are part of your job that this book is super helpful because it breaks things down makes you understand that this is not rocket science. It's really all about emotional intelligence and how we can allow people to trust us and build a relationship with us so we can bring him over to our side of the argument. Thank you so much. You're listening it'll take you in tomorrow's episode Chelsea.

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"voss" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

12:20 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Lean back back across my arms. Does that say something does that or is it well. It's a it's a clue that I could easily misinterpret so my best move move say seems like something just crossed your mind. And if if I don't if I don't find out what that clue is one of the things I was talking about about yesterday. I once misinterpreted. Somebody's flinch is if they had more money in their flinch. I found out later on was actually that I tapped him. How completely you know there was there was there was a physical body language expression of this comfort? We're going to tend to interpret That that in negativity because we're wired to be negative when in fact I misinterpreted and I didn't say anything to him. At the time I saw them I talked about the price price with my son. Look away and I saw look back and my gut instinct was which was wrong was that he's he's got more right and he should have just said look man. Something seems like something's bothering you. But I didn't. And then we ended up. That was the last piece of business I would that with him right. 'cause I tapped him out he was gone the other thing. We're wired to do as I've learned by my following. Your stuff is. We talked too much two thirds of us. I think that's the number you. The the percentage two thirds of talk too much right. We don't listen right we just have. It's literally like diarrhea of the mouth. Right right I the reason I had those air pods in. It was hoping they usually stay on. Because you're right I'd say the number's higher than two thirds. Yeah Yeah when we talk I mean I. It seems like you're trying that this is the case that as we talk more and more and more and just let it go on and on and on we start. We're losing you're talking you're losing. That's actually one of our guidelines here she talks most loses. I gotta find out what's going on with you. I gotta find out stuff that you could tell me if you feel like it and you're not gonNA feel like if I'm Yemen away you're gonNA feel not hurt you're going to feel like I don't care what you're thinking you're gonNa feel pushed around. There's just there's just so much more to be. Had I mean I. I haven't had the privilege of sitting down Warren Buffett. I don't imagine he says a lot. He wants to listen. He wants to gather information any and then he's GonNa he's GonNa react in different ways that shows you that he's paying attention or he's not gonna he's GonNa re if he's GonNa disagrees going to be really careful about how discrete because he's GonNa care here how it lands We talked on the plane about Bob. EIGER and Steve Jobs Bob Iger would by by does not talk a lot. I I imagine he doesn't mean he's it's it's ninja-like and I. In the The Times I spent with Steve Jobs He. He doesn't talk a lot but when he talks you may not like what he says. But you're listening. Yeah exactly and and when he talks what he says tells you. He's been paying attention you know he's GonNa he's GonNa say something that's going to be really I would imagine is going to be really really Germane to the conversation but I'm telling you I'm blown away by Bob Agar's book I mean he's a classic example of Guy Really understands empathy doesn't shock me. That isn't talk. A lot successfully navigated mass. How many times did they tell him that? Either you're going to get fired or you're not going to get promoted or you're not GonNa last here and he just did his job and paid attention and used a lot of empathy and just continue to move forward Lord empathy being understanding exactly where. Somebody's coming from right. Yeah it's just so much because in our lexicon we have completely leap The butchered that word that is not what people think right. Exactly it's amazing and a great example. Also the last politician to use the word amply would been Hillary Clinton. She's use empathy. She got barbecued for it. But I guarantee you if Oliver's people that still wanted to run for for president they'd say all right so what you're expressing empathy towards donald trump. I can't do that. That's horrible because they would think that that means agreement of sympathy our sympathy but pure amply would be able to say something that Donald Trump would look at you and say yeah. That's right. You got that right. Yeah you knew exactly where I was coming from right right. Speaking of Donald Trump we also share a mutual friend NOT DONALD TRUMP Thankfully but Ryan holiday. Who's been on this podcast and I know you guys have worked worked together? He's a huge fan of this book and yourself I asked Ryan I said if you had to ask him one question. What would you ask him interesting? Probably 'cause it's it's Ryan is one of If you guys haven't listened to the Ryan holiday podcast. It's it's incredible. He's a he's a young guy. Lives here in in Austin and as I told you we're getting off the plane people ask me. What's what's he like? What what does he? What is WHO's Ryan holidays? Do Malcolm Gladiolas. Everybody says yeah. I said he's the next Mike and Mike. I'm glad we're so I said You know about the podcast with Chris. Acid- if you had asked him one question he said here it is trump donald trump president trump is supposed to be this brilliant negotiator. If Chris was sitting across the table from him trying to get a deal done what his strategy be. And what about Putin. What about Kim Jong? And how does he sai- size those guys up without a doubt the trump Putin probably pretty tough negotiators. Well trump makes a lot of noise I think. Donald Trump is a brilliant marketer He's sort of he's a classic example example of a really aggressive negotiator and what happens with the really aggressive negotiator wants to win. They leave people behind them that feel beaten so fewer and fewer where people want to continue to do business with them. And unfortunately that's what you that's. That's we see. Donald Trump's bizzare far-flung all over the world. He's never anyone. I usually a few spectacular successes in a given city and then people just get tired of getting beaten down and they just stopped cooperating. You know they don't don't counterattack. They've learned to counterattack bad idea because it just gets worse but they just stopped cooperating with him and he brings. He comes to town with a lot a lot of fanfare lot marketing. Couple couple of spectacular successes in New York City and the next thing he's in Atlantic city and in couple spectacular vic tackling successes hanging sitting next thing he's someplace else and next he someplace else and so you're you're you're realizing. What is your burn bridges? Now I'm I'm. I'm a natural-born assertive negotiator myself and then I started you start beating people and you start burning bridges and pretty soon. Just don't want to deal with you anymore. They don't openly contradicted contradicted to your face. They're really quite but it's hard to get people on a phone or if they get on a phone you know Kinda busy you get a lot of passive aggression as reaction and so but he's control oriented guy who's with them. Most successfully his son-in-law jared jared is very analytical dude jared his understood that you don't you don't go knuckles the knuckles with him. Sort of negotiate. You get really quiet. Donald Trump's book which I read a long time ago. The Art of the deal to his is credit he talks about somebody who handle them really well and he talks about a guy that killed with details. Just you know. Trump wanted to oversee everything so the guy said okay. Okay fine what what color toothpicks you one you know how many toothpicks you want just destroyed him on the details and trump says. There's like you know what I need to oversee. Everything got people for that. Yeah but he. The Guy Understood if you overwhelm him with details than precent recent. He's going to get sick of the details and he's going to say look. Just go figure this out and stop bothering me. So it's deference differences ridiculously effective with a guy like Donald trump from pune pune is a different kind of guy he's an analytical dude now. He strikes me ridiculously sharp. So Oh he's going to see a lot of stuff coming. I see Putin is very would probably one of the shrewdest negotiators on a plan. I think most people would agree. He may be why trump is so. I mean almost defers to him eat. Yeah I think I think that has a lot to do with him. Shooting his doesn't some say a word Tom. I'm sure that there was a couple of sort of in their interactions. DONALD TRUMP test amount a couple of times to see figure under rise in any way in Pune probably just stared at him And in say a word and so again. That's that's kind of the the really analytical political guy who's really careful about what they say and doesn't get baited and any quick response again like his son-in-law jared those people really effective with Yeah Putin is managed almost like not to compare them to either but he's is is that you know he's just he's still the president like I mean well. Yeah and and I don't think his people are unhappy with them. I mean I thought that he genuinely he gets reelected because he watches out for Russia. First and foremost I if you notice any any politician that runs into favor over. Their politician billet billionaires cleaners somewhat synonymous any politician. That's ever started really run Russian billionaire that's run into trouble in. Russia is when they started to take money any our country now every country's economy the leaders of every country do everything they can to keep the money in the country. You know there's a balance of payments as a trade deficit episode. Every American president is worried about a trade deficit. Because that's when money's flowing out of the country so it's no other interest in any other great. Political leader has in order to keep pure connie healthy. You gotTA keep money in the country when when a billionaire politician runs into problems in Russia if you take a look every single time while they're starting to take billions billions of dollars out of the country in Pune is fine. You can do what you want where you're here but don't take money out of the contrary interesting. Talk to him about in negotiation. And you speak a lot about this as you did yesterday. The seminar the difference between telling somebody that's right or you're right. Yeah because most people just say well. What's the difference? Yeah it's it's such a subtle change. It's just a game changer. You and when people say that's right T it's because what you said was the truth and sorry just as to cut is this. Are we talking about this. Olympic system again in the neuroscience is okay. Yeah and it's you know Tall Roscoe the CO author of the book Never split the difference. Tall is a genus rider. We were talking about one day and he says I think you're triggering during an epiphany. It's an epiphany moment you've triggered in somebody else so if you look at the brain science what happens in an epiphany moment. A moment of clarity. The older all the chemicals we like dopamine Serotonin oxytocin those get released in that moment so fi triggering piffling moment in you were you said. Wow that's right because you told me that I was right. What you were talking about was right for example again presidential politics as an example? Hillary trump debates whichever one you liked in the debate. When they said something that you will completely in on? You're all in on you love what they said you point at the TV and you go. That's right because you believe it to be the truth and what you don't know when those words come out of your mouth. You feel a certain amount of bonding to the person that were the source source of the words. The epiphany moment a little bit of the oxytocin gets released bonding chemical you feel bonded to the concept. You don't know you feel bonded to that person When you say you're right there's somebody trying to get him to stop talking.

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"voss" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"If you think it over too much it makes some people vulnerable got like. Oh Yeah I I WANNA win win and they get really cooperative and it's easy to pick their pocket so understanding with the terminology really means when somebody use it any point of fact if you feel like you lost the problem for me and also if I wipe you out. That's a problem for me too. Because then it's a scorched-earth approach association. You burn every bridge across you. Run out of bridges. So you gotta be real careful about with the not the other side feels like they lost in and also oh and I can't slaughtered. I mean it's was Eddie. A supply chain Nego- conference a couple of years ago and guys specialize in supply chain in One of the people said to the ad we gotta be really careful because if we're the only customer of the people that we do business with we put them out of business and I'm not sure I'd be proud of that and also you put everybody out of business. You do business with. What does that leave you alone on an island right one man band all of this and you talk about it in the book and talk about it at the seminar is the tactical empathy? This and then you get into this talk of the LIMBIC system for the record I have never in my life heard of the LIMBIC system. Yeah no gambling system. You know go to Vegas Olympic system and you can win blackjack. But they're all but this is this. Is You know this is psychological and emotional warfare. Yeah yeah well. Yeah Yeah it's neuroscience neuroscience warfare. Yeah yeah I understand how your brain works Yep and it's it's it's it's understand how my brain works. That statement is in fact. There's a lot of people wanNA talk to you. They hands answer afterwards right. So but but this you teach a lot of tactical empathy and the definition of empathy. I mean I think when we think of empathy we think of compassion mom was just diagnosed with cancer. And and and and I feel bad for you. How people express their condolences or their room? Empathy right yeah well when it become synonymous with sympathy or agreement or compassion. which it's not it was never it? It was never. The word was never designed to mean that it was. It's always been designed to for basically for identification of perspective you know from and and it's originally translation of a German word about people trying to understand art but then it became applied in the nineteen seventies started getting using terminology. Manala g human interaction CARAJAS. And then it's become synonymous with Sympathy in in the way. It's people think of it but it's not not. It's the reason when I first started clamoring with the people that Harvard. Bob Moluccan wrote a great book on negotiation called Beyond winning and he just flat flat out says empathy is not sympathy. Empathy is not agreement. It's not even being nice. It's completely understanding. Where if somebody's coming from? And if you can define it like that then you can exercise with anybody. I can do it with the terrorists. Terrorists getting our guns. He's got dynamite. He's got You you're trying to figure out where he's coming from. That's it and then if I if if when once I articulated I mean. It's really like a magic spell because people just open open up and unlock any change and we now know because we get neuroscience if I if I can get your empathy gone. You're going to start getting hits of Dopamine Gene Oxytocin Serotonin oxytocin the bonding chemical. You can feel bonded to me and in a training. We did yesterday so they actually interesting. Somebody brought it up in our trading spaces. So what you're saying. Is You want them to feel bonded to you without you necessarily being bonded handed to them right and I would think so. As a matter of fact that's it exactly. Yeah and just can now get influenced and just pull them out of that situation right. Yeah so and how many of these cases have you Phil Jackson coached all over the world. You know Investigated the number at one fifty. Because I knew it was more than that so I wanted to go with relatively low relatively low number between the kidnappings and most of my experiences kidnapping experience negotiations some on your local. US stuff. which is I did? A bank robbery with hostages which actually is really rare event whether it's actual negotiation and worked a couple of small and a couple of larger sieges in some some weird stuff to the DC sniper case way back when that was negotiation. Yeah so stuff like that so we'll call it hundreds. Yeah Yeah what happens because I know the goal is for them to be successful in the hostages to be released. That can't always always happen to our doesn't always happen. Well it depends be hard about a thousand two thousand absolutely not. I mean it has to be times where you just can't the person it's too far gone and and and and there's a fatal situation well and you. You usually concede that from the very beginning like the the exercise that we did yesterday in sixty seconds she dies right. I love that I should be dying of Stamina I was. I was so perplexed by how these people were handling. This and I was so glad said that I didn't have to do it. It's it's a lot of website. There's there's an example of it for the listener the viewer. You should check it out. What's what blackstone group DOT COM on? Well it's on our Youtube Channel to John Black Swan Group but you'll see how and it's just. What do you do intense right? Yeah Yeah and but anyway The reason I brought that up if the bag inside if there's a demand for there's an escape demand it's probably going to be okay. The the real problem is if the if the guy says And the first time this has ever seen in Rochester New York. He just said if you kill me by two o'clock he said what he said. You GotTa kill me by two o'clock. The important thing about that was there was no no escape demand if he says look if you give me a car buy two o'clock oh clock. Somebody's GonNa die. That guy wants to live but if he says you guys gotta come in by two o'clock. There's no escape demand that got his WanNa live so so you got to see that from the very beginning. How did they set it up from the beginning with an is there a way out? Did they leave themselves in any kind of a way out and kidnappings were the same thing in a two thousand four timeframe. was they Al Qaeda was chopping people's heads off And they won. I work one case where they said all all the US forces out of Iraq in seventy two hours okay. So even if government wanted to do that they couldn't do in seventy two hours so the bad guys are setting up of murder of a hostage from the very beginning tonight. Now you've got to change the game and basically call him out and we started calling him out in two thousand and four in the only venue that matter to them. which was the Middle Eastern media? They don't care what the US media says they care. What's the Middle Eastern media says and we're working one case in in Saudi Paul Johnson who they execute on deadline? But we had we a coach's wife through a statement in the Middle Eastern media and she's nothing but respectful and and they're astonished that an American can be respectful which then changes everything and cuttings of getting criticizing them in a Middle Eastern media area. which for them is bad for business? Because it's about recruitment so CIARA's almonds and killing him because she was respectful right and they actually instead calling them. Terrorists referred to them as criminals which hurts recruiting. Yeah so does the point the point is you gotta understand what negotiation you're actually in. Yeah I mean I suppose you have to have a there has to be this wall between you can't make an attachment to Paul Johnson prime as wife and kosher through the statement. But I mean when you have to think there is a chance a high likelihood here that they kill this guy right and so now you know spend time with his wife and his family and I'm making this it would be. I think I'm just asking. I guess you can't make that emotional leap I would I would we shouldn't you. Shouldn't he can't help but feel some compassion for people. I mean I worked a couple of cases where people got killed. Paul Johnson was one of them. I worked at another case of working in Philippines. The Burnhams a barrel case three Americans were grabbed and two out of three ended up dying. Hang along the way I Euro Sabbarra was executed. They cut off his head fairly early into that case before we could get our arms wrapped around it but at the end Martin Burnham was shot in a botched rescue attempt by friendly fire Marin burn was killed and his wife Gracia was wounded. Now that was a you know it at times and you can say all right. That was hard but then the flip side was to wasn't my father got murdered. I mean you you can't get too wrapped up emotionally because then it's my loss is. Nothing is nothing compared to the families actual loss and you got to remind yourself that. Sometimes you know and you're not going to help them by getting all emotional over right. Yeah no I think you guys is in that I mean I was thinking about the the the neuroscience the the pediatric neurosurgeon right. I mean you talk about you know the family is. Yeah if defeat defeat away in the waiting room and you're opening up the head of a five year old. You're not going to help anybody if you get upset. Exactly right right. Yeah so I I would imagine for. You guys just has to be so surgical like that that it's just you got a job to do and we need we'll get it done that line and you realize a how you can best serve them and you best serve them by not getting to emotional. Yep Yep and most of these negotiations are not well. Yeah most of these that we're talking about are not there either over the phone or over these are not obviously face to face negotiate mostly not face to face what. You're I mean as you talk as you've translated this to the business world a lot of this is. I'm assuming a lot of these negotiations that you coach coaching. Teach and see our face to face. Yeah Iga you get. Everybody communicates on all three levels right. But you want people to be face to face because so much is lost in translation elation text and email and so much is done wrong Texan email and how important discus to my question. How important is posture? Body Movement. A little ticks little. Well you know. There's there's there's certain body movement that everybody likes which is really encouraging? There's a fair amount that's Misinterpret if your attitude is just to be genuine you know if your attitude is like look. Let's make the best deal possible. If you know your your inner attitude is going to betray your posture your your outer movements you invoices going to betray your out of and you can see these things have I all of a sudden you know..

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"voss" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"voss" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I'd Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome back to the Ford podcast. I know it's been a minute. I don't even remember the last time I did. A Ford an episode of the forward. But this one this one it was just sort of sprung onto my lap via sitting next to somebody on an airplane I get into the full story in the show. I normally don't like to talk to anybody on airplanes but this ended up being a very interesting airplane ride. I think you'll find the conversation even more interesting. My guest is Chris Voss of former. FBI hostage negotiator wrote a bestselling book. Never split the difference. Basically took his experiences Very real life very serious serious experiences of Negotiating for the release of hostages and translated it into sort of everyday life. So whether you're in a relationship whether you're a business person whether you're whatever however some really helpful insights negotiating as if your life depended on it. That sounds pretty damn serious so enjoy that one of the things outside of just one wish everybody a happy holiday season. I know this is a fun fun. Time for a lot of people but it's also a stressful time You know this this time of year while it's all sort of supposed to be this. Feel good warm fuzzy time of the year. I know that sometimes it disappoints for people. And so if you're if you are some of those people Hanging in there and try to enjoy joy this holiday season I always tell people spending twenty thirty years out on the road Interacting with cars when I was on my bike the that's always a contentious attention relationship but the holiday season was always the worst time of the year at that point in my life I realized this. This the stresses people out but anyways hanging there folks and if if you're not stressed you know what then have a merry Christmas happy Hanukkah Kwanzaa all that stuff. So last thing before we get to Mr Voss again just a fascinating conversation I do like to think I in touch on an organization that I just joined the board of. It's called wish for wheels. which for wheels started by Brad and his team an amazing young organization that gives away gives away free bicycles and helmets to second graders right and so They now are doing annually about six. Six thousand bike giveaways six thousand individual bikes to second graders. The cool thing about it is there now. They've done it long enough that they're now able to see and track Jack just what this does to the life of a child that has a bike whether whether it's The Ju just general fitness whether it's attendance whether it's their grades whether it's their our attention span all of these things Drastically improve when a child has a bike and so Thanks to Brad and the rest of the Board for having me John. Obviously I'm passionate about bicycles and kids And so I look forward to working with them and if you guys are are interested go check out wish for wheels dot Org Org You can read a little bit about their story about the team Great Organization I look forward to to to dig him with them and and doing some good and giving away by as far as I'm concerned a million bucks a year sounds good to me to to the kids who need it the most so thanks for tuning in happy. Holidays.

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"voss" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"voss" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"And if you're listening to the show on the overcast player, please click that little star next to the episode really helps us out now for the conclusion of our show. With Chris Voss? One thing. That's fascinating to me. Is that smart people often don't make good negotiate? That was actually really disappointing for me. Because I thought because you really more up this. I'm a well studied guy went to law school. I'm going to be great at negotiation. And then I read the rationale for why I thought crap that is me. I would totally fall into these traps. Can you outline what some of that is because I think a lot of people think they're really good at negotiating because they're intelligent. They can solve a lot of problems. Yeah. You won't show us more Yar and the problem with that is you might not intended that way. But it makes me feel stupid as a as hostage-taker or as an run in in business. I mean, the more the more you show, you're smarter than me, the less. I wanna be around you because I like being around you. And that's not good news for a long term relationship. So you know, that's a real problem. The other problem is is an efficiency problem. The worst completely opposite. Will we would think? If you want somebody if I'm going to tell you the answer. Me telling you, it's very passive on your side. It's what we for two is adapted exchange. You're just sitting there listening passively, and there's some pretty solid data out there that if I wanted to get a point across you in didactic exchange where you just listening. You just pass it. You're not you're not engaged. I gotta tell you nineteen times. That's a lot to lot. It's it's it's the least efficient way to get a point across is to tell somebody. 'cause you gotta tell them nineteen times. Now, if I slow down if I use questions to affect your thinking by shape you thinking so that you discover it right? Then it's my idea to things you discover it faster, and it's your idea. So I got two things going for me. Now, it took less time overall, and you embrace it much more because you feel like you thought this would this seems like a parenting come in handy as parenting, right? Like, well, maybe you know, how much parenting is just human being the human being. Yeah. I think all of it. It's just that one human being might be a little bit more emotional or irrational kids, more our kids more rational than adults. I don't even know. Well, again, definition rationality you can count on kids to be more optimistic and those to be more pessimistic. So who's? Better off probably the kid and a lot of ways, you know, there's an it's that'll give us off onto almost a whole different journey cognitive learning. But kids are more president in the moment. That's why learn faster than adults. Do don't always worried about outcome. So he's considering what happened in a pass always worried about where it's going those two things by definition takes you out of the moment. Which means you're not learning as much enough. Figuring out the moment as fast.

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"voss" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"voss" Discussed on Science for the People

"Without idea still still still permeates our culture today we think of as of microbes of bacteria as germs we think that they caused disease we think that they all signs of the unto decay in if we if we find bacteria on all surfaces like on on my phone nor on the computer that are using or on like the doorknob of um or alike on on a doorknob or a handrail or anything like that we think that those services all that food deputy so they they did have a very a very negative perception they have it's a some somewhat of a p all problem that is starting to change though with some of the research that come up some now we're starting to get more of this idea that a microbes and bacteria or at least some bacteria is is good right yeah i mean that's of it obviously they're all microbes that cause diseases of the they all of our import threat but they all also by far away in the minority in the vast majority of microbes are at worst benign on a best actually beneficial to us to a song to realize that term that all animals live in symbiosis with the other with in a voss communities of microbes and live the guts or the skins or just all around and inside their bodies and that these organisms play often a really important part in the laws of their house the aligning the prolife rebulk actually that i quite like an have shamelessly used when talking about microbiome to others which has also allergy is really ecology bri fbi new impact iras.

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