17 Burst results for "Zazi"

"zazi" Discussed on The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast

The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"zazi" Discussed on The Heidrick & Struggles Leadership Podcast

"I think you you have to have as suppose a higher purpose. The no that sounds a little bit too philosophical about. What is the difference you need to make in the organization in order to ensure that it continues to perform thrive and grow. And how do you deliver that through the people agenda so for me. My purpose is about igniting people teams and organizations potential and and it's about ensuring that all of that works to give to create organizational success. I think that's what i've always kept in mind. And that's what really inspires me to continue to do the work that i do and with that you always have to have an open and flexible mindsets and always be looking outside the organization in terms of what's changing. How do you adjust the organization how to use see some of the upcoming challenges before they even reach the organization so that the organization is prepared to meet them head on. I suppose you become the the is in is to the outside world for the organization but very quickly translate that into solutions that are fit for purpose for the organization and continue to drive business performance or change. I think you do need to have not of grits. And when i talk about grit it's about resilience and the ability to bounce back because i think. Hr professionals in does have been really challenged in the last two years to step into a big leadership role in terms of the changing conditions. People dealing with grief people dealing with loss people dinning within zazi. And you need to have it right. Which is which is about a moving ready with speed in terms of changing things but also executing and getting things rights and fading fast and fading forward in terms of if you try something. It doesn't work then you know. Try something else and that gets the last one is you. You need to bring the humanity back into into the business. You're ready do need lead leaders to almost rise above the fray and bring the hearts and the and the human pots of leading to the four support people be empathetic and i guess as the charro units you need to be the conscience of the business of from vets respect sny in closing. What is the most important way. Tiger brand is building on the license of twenty twenty. If this one highlight that you would like to mention. It's probably this. Need to be ed jal and innovative as an fm cg company because in the last year the consumer needs have changed so rapidly and consumer spending patterns have changed so rapidly and we need an organization that live to that at constantly and end an organization. That's always thinking on its feet in terms of how to be edge on office of in responding to those trends as they happen and being consumer obsessed and being in the face of the consumer in bringing the solutions and products ford that are keeping suppose up to date with all the rapidly changing things in nine environment. Sny now thank you so much for making the time to speak with us today..

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"zazi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"zazi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Years in prison Natasha del toro is a reporter for Al Jazeera's investigative documentary program fault lines Thanks so much Thank you so much Steve WNYC is supported by Netflix's new movie the harder they fall a western that gives the old west new blood starring Jonathan majors zazi beats Regina King Idris Elba and Lakeith Stanfield in select theaters this Friday and on Netflix November 3rd This is morning edition on WNYC coming up on 7 53 this morning I'm Michael hill and with me today is WNYC reporter maquette if you've been listening this is the last day of WNYC's fall fundraiser where raising the money that keeps WNYC coming to you to make sure that when you turn the dial tomorrow as mat cat says he says that dialed there when you turn that dial he listened to 93.9 FM or AMA 20 to make sure that we're still there tomorrow We need to raise the remainder of our $2.3 million goal by 7 tonight to fund the programs and stores you count on and to secure a strong future for independent journalism Help us to keep doing our work here the work you rely on to get informed and stay informed Become a sustaining member this morning the last day of this fall fundraiser give now by calling 8 8 8 three 7 6 9 6 9 two or you can simply go online to WNYC dot org when you do look for the thank you gifts there and look for.

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"zazi" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"zazi" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"And then back to your desks. That kind of thing. What i wanna do greg is. I want to teach them how to lead it So yeah this level. But i want i want. I want leaders. I want to create leaders. Who lead it so if it's a kindergarten. Hey let's will train. The teacher and the teacher will train. The kids and the kids will take turns leading. Yeah everybody learns that it'd be a leader of it zazi now that takes it to the next level and do you think people are in your experience. I mean that sounds something that corporate environment would go. They go yeah. Of course we want leaders so it mixes with their needs as a business but also you're bringing in the the mystical spiritual which is the thing that's a little less tangible. I think sometimes for four magazine. it's a little. You know a theory in a way. Can you imagine a limit. Let me use classroom again as a as an example. But can you imagine if the teacher who was giving you even like the. Sat's a bar exam if they were trained and it was normal for them to hand. Everything's out the. The booklets are on the desk. No and instead of saying okay looking at their watch counting you often turn it over now and then just sitting there the hold up. What if they started off with. Let's let's just shake out for a minute you know. Let's just bounce on our feet. Let's let's just shake our bodies out. Whatever they need to do make sounds and then. Let's just sit down and close your eyes and imagine doing really amazing job on this. Yeah now let's exhale now. Let's all take a deep breath and together an exile and now on this next breath. Let's dig deeper breath in and employs and as we acts hail slowly slowly. Let's get ready to pick up the book and the pen saw seeing that all the answers come clearly to us and that we're doing even more am better than we imagine we ever could. Can you imagine if we started like that. You just took me out of trance That was Hey everybody listening. If there's something in your life where some project something. You're nervous about some big thing religion to that that'll help you. That'll yeah that was good. I'm absolutely with you there. I'm absolutely with you Can you imagine board meetings like that great. Can you imagine coming back from recess or lunch and just getting centered and grounded with the group. Can you imagine.

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"zazi" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"zazi" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They can gauge wetter. Focus the resources and improving leaper off his calc interesting. I wonder if they're going to get any feedback that helps push things forward because my limited perception of things. I'm my wife in a former life was an accountant. And my wife is a spreadsheet goddess. She can do all manner of things in spreadsheets. The is simply don't comprehend nor understand. And i looked at with gazes of disdain sympathy every time i tried to do something in a spreadsheet so if i was to ons base i would be approaching this from a very of level one perspective in terms of why need a spreadsheet to do and how well it does how. Well it does that for me. Which in the case of lebron office eight thousand. Everything i need. I wonder if they're gonna hit like a in quotes power uses who really so of stretch the legs of what a spreadsheet system can do. They do ask some of the questions. I've had look through the questions that they ask in the survey and they do ask if you use other tools and some of those tools are what you would consider power math tools. And they ask you you. I think the very last question asks you about how much you agree or disagree sentenced statements. About how complex. The program is and whether it's cumbersome to use and so. I think that that filtering early on to determine what your level is and what you're familiar with and then asking you questions at the end which are how do you feel. And so they can then use that data to decide whether experts say it's too good or too bad you know novus users find it too complex or whatever so yeah it seems like they gathering the right kind of data and it's a very short survey. I'd strongly recommend if you use lebron office to have a fitting in because it is five minutes excellent What have linked to the show notes to that survey and even if you don't use liborio fister may a fill in any way you know. Follow it follow the path and do that thing and last in this round up. I see the zazi standard compression for deb's in twenty one. Ten may become a thing. Yes so this is That stein as a compression algorithm for basically doing a decent level of compression but very quickly and there was some groundwork put heathen to up two eighty four to allow it to be used for deb..

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"zazi" Discussed on Test ubuntu update 7

Test ubuntu update 7

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"zazi" Discussed on Test ubuntu update 7

"They can gauge wetter focus. The resources eat improving leaper off his calc interesting. I wonder if they're going to get any feedback that helps push things forward because my limited perception of things. I'm my wife in a former life was an accountant and my wife is a spreadsheet goddess. She can do all manner of things in spreadsheets. i simply don't comprehend nor understand. And i looked at with gazes of disdain sympathy every time i tried to do something in a spreadsheet so if i was to ons base i would be approaching this from a very of level one perspective in terms of why need a spreadsheet to do and how well it does how. Well it does that for me. Which in the case of lebron office eight thousand. Everything i need. I wonder if they're gonna hit like a in quotes power uses who really so of stretch the legs of what a spreadsheet system can do. They do ask some of the questions. I've had look through the questions that they ask in the survey and they do ask if you use other tools and some of those tools are what you would consider power math tools. And they ask you you. I think the very last question asks you about how much you agree or disagree sentenced statements. About how complex. The program is and whether it's cumbersome to use and so. I think that that filtering early on to determine what your level is and what you're familiar with and then asking you questions at the end which are how do you feel. And so they can then use that data to decide whether experts say it's too good or too bad you know novus users find it too complex or whatever so yeah. It seems like they're gathering the right kind of data and it's a very short survey. I'd strongly recommend if you use lebron office to have a fitting in because it is five minutes excellent What have linked to the show notes to that survey and even if you don't use liborio fister may a fill in any way you know. Follow it follow the path and do that thing and last in this round up. I see the zazi standard compression for deb's in twenty one. Ten may become a thing. Yes so this is That stein as a compression algorithm for basically doing a decent level of compression but very quickly and there was some groundwork put heathen to up two eighty four to allow it to be used for deb..

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"zazi" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"zazi" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"Usability of it so they can gauge wetter. Focus the resources and improving leaper off his calc interesting. I wonder if they're going to get any feedback that helps push things forward because my limited perception of things. I'm my wife. In a former life was an accountant and my wife is a spreadsheet goddess. She can do all manner of things in spreadsheets. I simply don't comprehend nor understand. And i looked at with gazes of disdain sympathy every time i tried to do something in a spreadsheet so if i was to ons base i would be approaching this from a very of level one perspective in terms of why need a spreadsheet to do and how well it does how. Well it does that for me. Which in the case of libra office. Eight thousand everything i need. I wonder if they're gonna hit like a in quotes power uses who really so of stretch the legs of what a spreadsheet system can do. They do ask some of the questions. I've had look through the questions that they ask in the survey and they do ask if you use other tools and some of those tools are what you would consider power math tools. And they ask you you. I think the very last question asks you about how much you agree or disagree sentenced statements. About how complex. The program is and whether it's cumbersome to use and so. I think that that filtering early on to determine what your level is and what you're familiar with and then asking you questions at the end which are how do you feel. And so they can then use that data to decide whether experts say it's too good or too bad you know novus users find it too complex or whatever so yeah. It seems like they're gathering the right kind of data and it's a very short survey. I'd strongly recommend if you use lebron office to have a fitting in because it is five minutes excellent What have linked to the show notes to that survey and even if you don't use libra fister may a fill in any way you know. Follow it follow the path and do that thing and last in this round up. I see the zazi standard compression for deb's in twenty one. Ten may become a thing. Yes so this is Said stein as a compression algorithm for basically doing a decent level of compression but very quickly and there was some groundwork put heathen to up two eighty four to allow it to be used for deb..

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"zazi" Discussed on Kairós Podcast

Kairós Podcast

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"zazi" Discussed on Kairós Podcast

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"zazi" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"zazi" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"zazi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"zazi" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The bad stuff by the candy corn by the Smarties by Ah, you know, Zazi or whatever they're called, you know dot know, there was a thing called one of those exploding things and your 00. Yeah, yeah, that's that's great. Let me get you sorted out candy to kids that blows up in my room just owed if you buy anything with chocolate You're done, and you know it right? That's let's be honest Adults like chocolate. There's no adult that doesn't like chocolate in the world. Now there are some people that are allergic to it. But you still love it, and you can remember it by But if you don't want to eat your kids, can we then get to get the stuff That's just all sugar. And and then you go in. I don't need I want that. But if it's got any won't either going to be popping every kid in the neighborhood will be bouncing off the walls for like a month. That's right. Ah, well, having time. I I can remember. Even as a kid I would throw away. You know, a quarter of the bag left because it was either just really, really nasty candy. Or, you know, you can only take Smarties for about I don't know, maybe five days. You know as a kid and get tired of them because they don't have the same flavor because you put somebody in your body or in your mouth. It's just awful and I don't know, but That's Ah, That's kind of a recommendation. The other thing I'm kind of dealing with their tonight we have on our church, a trucker tree. We're going to take the grandkids too, that this could be fun. But tomorrow night, I don't know what to do. Cause the grandkids are staying two nights to staying tonight, and they're gonna stay tomorrow night and so we're gonna have them. I'm not real comfortable with doing the Halloween trick or treating thing and given kids candy, but I can do it and put a mask on. All right. It's on grabbing reaching there. But how much do you buy? Because I don't know how many we have. We have a large neighborhood of go of kids are great kids around here. But I don't know how much to buy. You buy it and it just by. Just make a guess. Buy a big bag, and then it's there and you can have it is now that they have those little bite sized ones, which is a double edged sword. Because if you buy the bigger ones, I'll just need a couple of big ones. But now if you buy these tiny little things are about the size of a penny. I'll just pop those in my mouth, like given names. Well, I'm thinking about buying two bags. But what if you only get one? What if you only get 15 kids and then there you are with the bags and you know, I'm not going to buy the cheap stuff for that. I'm gonna buy rice. Oh, I'm enjoy. Then you'll get big between brig. In between Now Christmas, you'll send munch on it and then complain You're fat, but you'll enjoy. I don't know what I'm going to really get the bag from here until Thanksgiving..

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"zazi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"zazi" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Instead, I joined the CIA got assigned to the counterterrorism center. Want to Iraq, northern Iraq when it was a particularly spicy area of the country in 2007 went back to central Iraq in 2008 deployed to Afghanistan in 2009. And came home from that work for the NYPD Intelligence division came in right after the fight. Najibullah Zazi attack. And then I was assigned to the NYPD Task force. Working the Faisal Shahzad case. The Times Square bomber, among other Averted attacks that we worked on during my time there. So it obviously changed the course of my life, but I was very lucky. And that I didn't have any family members lost and I know so many of you did. I was very lucky that I wasn't a fireman or a member of the NYPD or a flight attendant on one of those flights or a pilot. Or someone working in the Pentagon that day. What did we learn from 9 11 as a country. One thing is that evil exists and if it can catch you sleeping, it will You have to be ever vigilant because there will be evil forces at work in this world, no matter how powerful wealthy, successful we are as a nation. There will be those ideologies. Those beliefs those impulses. From other human beings to tear us down and destroy us. I know it became something of a laugh line among the liberal left for a while that they hate us for our freedom. But the people that drove planes into those buildings did in fact, hate us for our freedom. And their comrades and colleagues today. Haven't changed their ideological predispositions at all. They're absolutely in agreement with that, that if they could destroy us as a society, they would And then there are those within our own country who you would think Would have rallied to our side, you would think would understand the stakes. And would stop rooting against us because of their own narrow parochial interests or their desire to always be proven right? As domestic radicals who want to see this country brought low and then transformed. They still are very much here is well. One of my strongest memories from 9 11 was the Gathering the only all school gathering that I can remember having when I was at Amherst College, Pretty left wing place in central Massachusetts in the Pioneer Valley. I remember a professor. Standing up before the whole student body and saying, This is what happens when you make people angry. You see? To a certain kind of left wing intellectual to a certain kind of, let's just say it. Radical Democrats. Socialist Marxist. America actually got what it deserved. That day. There were people who were saying that then we remember this. This was a response to our foreign policy. There were academics who said this. There were journalists who believed this. Maybe they waited a while to write such things or say things out loud, but There was that belief there was a flag burning on my campus within Weeks of 9 11 explicitly these were students explicitly going forward to say. That we got what we deserved. So while we can all talk about our unity, and we should, because the vast majority of Americans yes, including our Our fellow Americans who are Democrats. Vast majority recognized what the gravity of the situation was and rallied to our flag and rally to our country, and we should remember that. There was an element within our own borders that saw what happened that sauce attacked in this Particularly dire and vulnerable moment and thought. This is something that we can work with. This will be advantageous for us. You even see some elements of that still today? Don't ever forget their enemies, Foreign and domestic. That's one of the lessons we should take from 9 11. Because neither of them have gone away as much progress as every as we've made it as many sacrifices. As our military law enforcement and first responders have engaged in over the last almost 20 years..

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"zazi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"zazi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But the fight then shifted a bit because yes, we still have Al Qaeda but things by the time I got out 2000 for 2005 things with Iraq or Spira spiraling out of control. But once we got to 2006 It was clear that the real jihadists, the major jihadist focal point, the battlefield was in fact Iraq, so I switched to the Iraq office from doing work against Al Qaeda leadership, effectively Al Qaeda leadership targeting Finding the bad guys. Finding the bad guys. Through just going through a ton of reports and intel and use it all the Fancy tricks and classified sources and methods at all the stuff that a CIA analyst has then all of a sudden I find myself doing the work of of that work on the Iraq desk. Whenever Abu Musab al Zarqawi, right Al Qaeda in Iraq, this became the biggest terrorist entity in the world. And I want Teo. I went to Iraq to try toe. Assist in the mission. Perhaps one day I'll have to write a memoir and get it cleared so I can talk more about that. And I went to Afghanistan once went back to Iraq later on, and then I went went to Afghanistan. Because of the surge in Taliban fighting and in preparation for the Obama administration's major surge of Marines into Helmand and and the rest of it. I'm sure you probably know and then I found myself back here, working At the NYPD Intelligence Division. And right after I joined right after the Najibullah Zazi case, that was the subway bomber, the guy that was going to blow up the subway. And then the Faisal Shahzad. Times Square bombing happened around in the middle of my time there. And we had worked that case, but there are many others as well. Some that came public some that you know, we're just kept in the intel realm of possible major mass casualty threats to the city of I think when they counted all up, it ended up being And end up being over. And this was as of a few years ago over 14 major plots against the city of New York after 9 11 Now, So many of you listening right now. Our NYPD or former NYPD yourself were served in the military Broad and God bless you. And thank you for what you've done. Actually wore the uniform. No at my best. I was trying to help the guys in the uniform. Find the worst of the worst find the bad guys to get them. I never put on the uniform myself, though, and I have a special respect. There's a riel. Dignity and honor and courage that that goes with actually wearing that uniform that many of you did. Now we think about what happened to our city the way that we all came together almost 20 years now, 19 years after that incident That changed the world. And it took us time. A tremendous amount of blood and treasure lost an effort. What if somebody really looks back on this in 50 years when the historians look and see the war on terror? Which started because of those planes, hitting our buildings here in New York. And at the Pentagon in D, C and the plane that went down because of those Patriots in Pennsylvania. The historians look back at this and 50 years, 100 years they will have to say they will be able to see In America that you and me, my fellow Americans. We won that war on terror that was started right here in NY C 19 years ago. Let's get into some of the news of the day, including what's going on. I've got I've got good news for you. Actually, there's another peace deal. What's the peace deal and much more coming up? But let's also make.

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"zazi" Discussed on JUST DO THE DAMN THING

JUST DO THE DAMN THING

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"zazi" Discussed on JUST DO THE DAMN THING

"The net was open when we had employees got sick the Inter was flipping open and we didn't sell their. I FAST FORWARD. I say to myself man not only is the Internet the place to be but today if we if we in the company I run today so do the damnation has been around for five years. And it's taken me. I don't know maybe two. Maybe three years into the two into the five-year run to really truly have an aggressive model around paying attention to what's happening online and before this we we dabbled online. But I can't really tell you that we paid attention to it. Can't really tell you that we had an aggressive model was to organically play on social media and then through that generate leads but those lease we will turn into sales off line. My mind really shifted around our ability to sell the same products and service in a different way but to sell it online where the consumer could acquire the product. Enjoy it and more importantly be satisfied enough to take the next step with us without net not necessarily interacting with. That's now I'm going to get back to that in a moment because my statement the thing. I want to make clear as I don't care what product or service you have like. It doesn't matter to me. It doesn't matter to me. What product service you have. What product what does matter to me is at your crystal clear that your willingness to rethink the way you solve the problem. You've been solving for a long time is going to be your gateway to shift you. Turn Your company around to you putting people back to work and to you being able to actually meet your revenue goals this year concept number. Two people still have money so number one. The Internet is open twenty four hours a day seven days a week and period. There's like a period after that all right number two people stuff money there are. I mean my God. I'm I'm I'M NOT GONNA lie. I was Just yesterday a looking at the stats of the amount of people. And I'm like Zazi. Twenty five million people have filed for unemployment. What you know. It's Kinda crazy because I know that there's people who believe that we that the Great Depression was way worse etc etc. I don't know I won't call myself economists but I've been putting millions of dollars into the economy for the last fourteen fifteen years I have added millions and millions and millions and millions of dollars into the economy and having hired people fired people. I look. I'm like I'll tell you this. The Great Depression I think we hovered at about twenty six percents twenty five or plus percent unemployment during that time and right now. We're well into the twenties and I believe wholeheartedly that that number's going to continue to climb. I wholeheartedly believe that there are many people in our economy who can't file unemployment because of the nature of the work of what they do. I believe one hundred percent that this time is going to be worse. And which is why. It's all the more important for me for you to be prepared. Because regardless of the fact of the recessions here people still have money in their accounts. People have money there are still people with money are still people with lots of money. There are still people who have a little bit of money. There are people with dollars in accounts and they have cards and they have the ability to pay. But they're only GONNA pay for a product or service that they believe are going to solve a problem for them. Your question your statement to yourself is. How much are you going to solve a problem for them? How will you solve a problem? How we solve a problem. How do you take what you do in solve a problem all right concept number three before we get into the whole concept number three? Is You are going to have to get creative. You'RE GONNA half to get creative. You'RE GONNA have to get creative and not just re imagine how you solve the problem but re imagine who you might be solving the problem four and I'm GonNa leave it at that. You'RE GONNA have to get creative if you don't own a whiteboard you don't have a whiteboard near you. I can't I almost think I can't. I can't live without a white or you know. It's not a whiteboard that it's a sticky sheet and if it's not as sticky she. I mean like one of those things that office depot that cost like thirty five bucks that you tear off that big behind sticky note and stick it to wall if you don't have one of those than get smarter and use your sliding glass door or window or you're marrying your bathroom. I have made a lot of money by taking my ideas my Fox because there were many times I could not afford or I lived in a little apartment. I don't even see the little apartment was the reason but maybe it was. Why didn't have the sticky pad or the or? I was just in the heat of the moment kind of thing and I really truly needed to get my thought out. But you're going to need to brainstorm and you're going to need the space in the room to do it. Don't sleep on what I'm telling you to do here. Either get a mirror bathroom sliding glass door or window. It a dry race marker and go to town and start planning and dreaming of reimagining. But you've got to be able to get your thoughts on paper and you've got to be able to rework it many times until you land on something that will work all right now number one so the number one thing that you can the number one place that you need to turn to in order to start thinking about putting dollars in your bank account is you've got to create a product you. Your company needs a product. I don't need you to have five. But you need a product you can sell online. You need a product that you can sell online. You need a product that you can saw online. Let me give you some idea so like ninety. It's like things I know for sure I would do if I were if I were in childcare right now and I run a daycare I would one hundred percent create kits or activities and I would offer babysitting remote babysitting online in a heartbeat comes down. I've we've actually had people ask if we would say that to them and I laugh at it but the truth is that I will pay for it hands down. If I owned a restaurant I would start to sell some of our pre either special recipes or cook with a chefs online. Cook the chef. I would take a head chef. I would have people go in by the ingredients. I would do a couple hundred time like if I were at the cheesecake factory or maybe pf changs or something. Like that I would one hundred percent. Have People Cook with US Online? Your favorite raspy. I'd make a whole thing of it and I would sell the recipe time in the ability to cook. Maybe I put that in a in a community or a facebook group but for sure and I say a group meeting so that we could share my man. I have this whole thing out of so many ideas as to how a company could make money reinventing how they sell their products and services but more importantly taking a focus on one product and selling online. Here's the key you have to just sell one product. I really WANNA highlight that. It's really about the one product run now. The third thing for sure is that. I don't want you to underestimate the fact that I want to be taught so you might have in the past sold and focused on. You might have a company that sells a service in which you're doing for people and you're doing labor. You're doing the work that's involved and doing the Workington Labor's awesome. But I want to make this tiny statement. The world wants to pay you for what your company knows. The world doesn't necessarily need to pay you for what you can do. The world wants to pay you for what you know what your company knows your proprietary information there is a scarcity idea that if I give you my proprietary information that I'm going to be left without because you're GonNa have all my special stuff. You're not gonNA need anymore and it's quite the contrary. I mean we serve as people literally around the world and a couple of times a year. We run a completely one hundred percent. Free I don't WanNa say weapons because not webinars their boot camps or they're intensive they last anywhere from five to seven days. I won't say classified but we we teach our proprietary content of how to grow a business and how to grow business without an online funnel how to grow business at anytime how to grow business without any kind of right time right place thing because I built a seven figure business without an online son without a loan from a family member without a credit card in without nailing. A big contract. Right out of the gate. I started a business from zero and got to multiple and built in regard to multiple seven figures. We had a handful of employees in three offices. You know when I sold it and every time I think back to not just that company but the companies before that he built before then they weren't some bigger businesses. They were sick multiple six figure businesses. But I turned my whole life around simply by getting creative you know. Sometimes I ask myself like what's the greatest skill that a CEO can have or could strive to fight.

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"zazi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"zazi" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Four times. Four K A W M A L, A Cumulus station. Howard, Facebook, hate speech ban. Number kusak. President Trump is standing his ground telling Fox News. He does not believe he'll allow former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify to committees in congress. I don't think I can let him and then tell everybody else you can't because especially because he was a council after testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee yesterday attorney general William bar was a no show before the House Judiciary panel today committee, chairman Jerrold, Nadler said the dispute between the Trump administration and House Democrats over there subpoenas of administration officials has larger implications beyond the mullahs report Nadler says if we don't stand up to Trump today, we forever risk losing the power to stand up to any future president very system of government of the United States. The system of limited power. The system of not having a president as a dictator is very much at stake, a man who plotted to bomb New York City subways has been sentenced to ten years in prison correspondence, Shimon capacity reports. Prosecutors said that I'll try to recruit Najibullah Zazi provided extraordinary assistance to counter-terror thirties. He's not going to have to serve any additional jail time. Any additional prison time since he's been cooperating with the government has been in their custody since his arrest for the last ten years Facebook has decided to ban number of well known figures for hate speech as correspondent Jim Rupe? Tells us the social media giant Pershing it it says of people at teams dangerous among them right wing media personalities, lower Luma in my low year Napoli's also nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, accused of using anti semitic language and right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones Georgia carried out the execution of fifty two year old Scotty garnell Moro tonight. He killed his ex girlfriend and another woman nearly twenty five years ago. Mora was the first inmate put to death in Georgia this year Barbara.

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"zazi" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"zazi" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Free iheart radio app. Death testimony unlikely sentence reduced. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump said he's not inclined to let former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress more on that from correspondent Kaitlan Collins. We saw the president tonight draw the clearest line between not letting Mcgann testify and not letting really anyone testify in the last few weeks as he talked about this tactic of fighting all the subpoenas. He hasn't brought up his former White House counsel specifically. But he did so tonight. But one thing we did it. Hear from the president was this criticism that he's been saying privately about Don Mcgann, Trump said allowing Mcgann to testify would open the gates for others to be called, and I'll Qaeda recruit Najibullah Zazi who admitted he was going to attack the New York City subway system. Face sentencing, ten years later Zorzi could have been sent away for life. But he was sentenced to ten years in prison at federal court in Brooklyn almost as much time that he's already been behind bars prosecutors asked for leniency because they said he was extremely helpful in their counterterrorism efforts Zorzi met with government agents more than one hundred times since his arrest. He told the court he made a terrible mistake. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. President Trump says conservative commentator Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board. Correspondent Cristina lessee says Moore's pass remarks about women had come under scrutiny as Collins. Stephen Moore had written basically were very sexist against women saying that women shouldn't be refereeing men's. Basketball games, suggesting they shouldn't even been present at those games, and that led to Republican senators not being able to support Moore's nomination, the founder of incest therapeutics today became the highest ranking drug maker executive convicted and a case tied to the US opioid crisis. A federal jury found seventy five year old John Kapoor and four colleagues guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive painkiller helping to drive the.

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"zazi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"zazi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Testimony unlikely sentence reduced. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump said he's not inclined to let former White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress more on that from correspondent Caitlyn Collins all the president tonight draw the clearest line between not letting Mcgann testify not letting really anyone testify in the last few weeks as he talked about this tactic of fighting all this peanuts. He hasn't brought up his former White House counsel's specifically, but he did so tonight. But one thing we didn't hear from the president was this criticism that he's been saying privately about Don Mcgann, trim said allowing again to testify would open the gates for others to be called and kinda recruit Najibullah Zazi who admitted he was going to attack the New York City subway system. Face sentencing, ten years later Zorzi could have been sent away for life. But he was sentenced to ten years in prison that federal court in Brooklyn almost as much time that he's already been behind bars prosecutors asked for leniency because they said he was extremely helpful in their counterterrorism efforts. Zaza met with government agents more than one hundred times since his arrest. He told the court he made a terrible mistake. Steve Kastenbaum, New York. President Trump says conservative commentator Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for the Federal Reserve Board correspondent Cristina less. She says wars pass remarks about women had come under scrutiny as Collins. Stephen Moore had written basically were very sexist against women saying that women shouldn't be refereeing men's basketball games, suggesting they shouldn't even present at those games, and that led to Republican senators not being able to support Moore's nomination, the founder of incest therapeutics today became the highest ranking drugmaker executive convicted in a case tied to the US opioid crisis. Federal jury found seventy five year old junk poor and four colleagues guilty of bribing doctors to prescribe an addictive painkiller helping to drive.

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"zazi" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"zazi" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Dodgy Boulos Z got a ten year federal prison sentence, which amounted to time served for what he spent in prison for the subway bomb plot Zazi faced life, but has cooperated with the government against kite thwarting, several attacks worldwide defense attorney William stampers spoke on the judges impression of that. He's never seen a letter similar to what they submitted to with respect to what he has done for the United States government could be days or weeks before says, he's released damper says he's not worried about his Ozzy fitting into society. Lisa good limited growing scandal and multiple investigation that the sales of her books Baltimore mayor, Catherine Pugh step down. She issued a statement through her attorney Steven Silverman more deserves mayor who can move our great city forward. I want to thank all of our department heads and staff who work hard every day to improve the quality of. Life for all who live were. And visit our city Republican governor Larry HOGAN said in a statement. It was clear the mayor could no longer lead effectively, Maryland Democratic Party chairwoman. Maya Ronchi more coming saying the resignation of Baltimore the opportunity to address challenges with courage and optimism. Stephen Moore has withdrawn his name from consideration for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board earlier in the day today. More had said he was still in the running this coming after several Republican lawmakers expressed concerns some of Moore's writings about women. This is Fox News. Tired of missing trade.

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"zazi" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"zazi" Discussed on KOMO

"On what's good about. Our shared values in Seattle. Ryan harris. Komo news too familiar theme yet again, we're trying to come to grips with the unthinkable in the aftermath of the New Zealand. Mosque shootings killed dozens of people. You w medicine psychiatry psychiatric professor Doug Zazi says it's important to know when to ask for help as you process. What happened to so overwhelmed you can't function at all your emotions or whether it's sadness or rage or fear. That's a trigger or a sort of motivator to seek help seek professional help. That's it also says you should know where to draw the line on staying informed and one year focusing too much on what happened lawmakers in Olympia are considering a Bill that would add citizenship or immigration status to the list of classes protected from discrimination. Bill was heard by the house civil rights committee. Alex, her was one or twenty people who turned out to speak in favour of the proposal types of discrimination that we're seeing again, aren't limited just folks who may lack legal status, and we believe that this spill helps try to put an end to some of that right now state law prohibits discrimination based on race color creed national origin, sex sexual orientation age or disability bowling stock. Rose today after reports the companies about to roll out a software upgrade for its seven thirty-seven max jets. The French news agency AFP reports the company plans to roll out the software in ten days while Reuters says it'll come out sometime in April Todd Curtis with air safe dot com tells KOMO he wouldn't be surprised to see the software out soon. But there's a ton of testing ahead. Any update that happens? You can do all the planning you on. But it's not until the softwares in place. It's been tested and probably use operationally before they can be assure themselves that the software is operating within the parameters they expected. He says is crucial Boeing gets the software, right? And believes the company will take as long as it needs to do. So Charlie Harger, KOMO news woman who was seventeen when she was charged as an adult for her part in a robbery and shootout that left her brother dead might soon undergo a mental competency evaluation Adriana. Butts was supposed to be sentenced today, but our lawyers asked to withdraw because of a conflict in her new lawyer asked for the evaluation deputy King County. Prosecutor Brad bales says he's never observed any unusual behavior from butts. Oftentimes if there's some.

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