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Independent Sports Consultant Leon Mann Discusses Racism in Soccer

ESPN FC

04:59 min | 3 d ago

Independent Sports Consultant Leon Mann Discusses Racism in Soccer

"So how you take it knowing that this has been something. You've been working on campaigning for ages. Now i mean vegetables. Thank you for me on can share some thoughts and views. It's great to be with both of you You know. I'm big fans of both your work. It's a real honor to be on here but It does what happened last summer. You know it was the realization of the problems that we've been talking about for many many years decades you know in. Shuckers dykes wallet. Back in terms of is what. Show racism. The red card myself. I've been working with campaign. Kick racism out football now known as kick out and guns but this football blacklist together and the black to a major spill around journalism and these conversations have been ongoing around right out week kind of diversify our industry. How do we ensure we see black leaders in our industry and how do we change. Dynamic swiftly and those conversations were incredibly frustrating because that would be a win in the room but it would be a lack of action to follow them So as a result of that we kept on having lots of conversations with barre barre slow progress but what happens in the summer it the game to store to reflect an actually as a community. We'll stood together and said no this is this is not going to continue anymore We cannot sell people treated this way. And we're not going to have this going to stand for. I think the fact that we're ruled on lockdown at the time meant that people were very very focused on this issue and as a result of that It feels like with with moving forward in a in a much more positive direction. in terms of the actions. And i'm you know privy to With the chief executives of lee seung susceptible associations etc and it lonely be judged on the actions. Of course bofill am. I do say this with some kind of kool shen because of twenty years of working on this. But i feel like we're in a place where we can get some real progress made leon as as transformative as twenty twenty has been i. I wanna talk a little bit about the start of couponing of the blacklist. What was you spock. And why kind of given the social challenges of the The last two years you felt the need to do that email as as as you already mentioned it was in and i'm sure you recognize would have been in such a frustrating atmosphere to not. Yeah i mean th th the black this was was born out of you know wanting to do something when type response. I had control over so looking for the kick out. Racism out full. It was a campaign was fantastic. Transitioning into a journalist with the bbc where it was working as a presents when report was great for me as an individual also had freedom to kind of put some actions in place. So i could control and drive myself alongside with my community. So i was as a campaigner meetings with various black people but black people that my friends and family from the black community would never know so when they're talking to me about How did you get get a job in football. And leon how why. Why do we never see any black representation. I said well the dead as many but they are there. So i thought well how do we shine a light on these people to celebrate contribution but also show the next generation of young black men and women. Listen you wanna be a lawyer in football. You can do it because this person has done it. And they're working at this. You want to be working in a major department. You wanna be a doctor. You wanna do all these kinds of jobs. You can't do it because these people have come before you. They all the pioneers that we should be celebrating in a similar way to how we celebrate a pioneering back players in every single position. We should celebrate these people as a way of opening the due to the next generation. Now of course that only works if that comes together with opportunity. Because i can go into community show about look you gamble Look here baltimat- live people arrive adult. It doesn't open Then they'll just turn around and disappearance of industries and just kind of have a relationship with football They will you on the tv or go to gags. So that's the bit. I think we need to work on you. Know in terms of where are the opportunities you know how much what the game is doing to attract retain and develop people bring a different diversity to the game and also not to see as as a charitable act.

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Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests

News, Traffic and Weather

03:05 min | 4 d ago

Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests

"Seattle In the last year, we watched us some peaceful demonstrations evolved into riots, Destruction and violence. Doubles Jonathan Show looking at where protests go from here. Day after day night after night weeks, turning into months of protests, and then we've seen various leaders come and go, including City Council member Shama so want directing hundreds of people into city Hall. This moment, rallying cries are constantly changing. Moment. It's black lives matter and calls for homeless reform. Then it's to fund the police and raise the minimum wage, public parks and city blocks occupied and overrun the homes of elected officials like the mayor and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. All targets. Various groups continue to peacefully march while a mob dressed in black now remains a constant threat. Representing a violent and volatile mix of activism nearly one year after George Floyd's death sparked social justice demonstrations and emboldened others to mobilize Seattle is exhausted and wounded. Many city leaders remain silent and on the sidelines from the business community to neighbors living in hot zones like Capitol Hill. We absolutely not taking it anymore. Victoria Beach says She's trying to create a united front in her neighborhood. But the chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Council is struggling to find others. Willing to courageously stand by her side. We have the power to stop it. So why aren't we coming together? We need every public official in Seattle to draw a really clear bright line and condemn. Violent acts. John Schools, the CEO and president of the downtown Seattle Association, he says it's hard enough for business is recovering from covert 19 profit losses. But when violent protesters continue to target the downtown core, that is gonna hold back recovery. It's time to stop any. If not, you're gonna go to jail and we will prosecute you. During last month's press conference, in from Seattle police chief Adrian de has once again made a clear distinction between peaceful marches. The ones led by groups dressed in black. They've tied up. A lot of our resource is DEA says Officers will continue to monitor evolving demonstrations adapt and be prepared for all scenarios. So we do have sufficient amount of officers even personally, asked the attorney, Pete Holmes, to get tougher and more consistent. With protests related prosecutions. The police are doing what they can what they're told to do with the courts or are telling them to do, which means no more tear gas for crowd control. But law enforcement consultant Jim Feudal believes the city will remain in a vicious cycle. Until these people are prosecuted and held accountable. I don't see anything changing after all the social unrest and ongoing protests Address. Your success remains undefined in elusive. One thing is clear. It's difficult to predict the future of demonstrations in Seattle, but history has a tendency to repeat itself. Seattle, Jonathan Show. Comeau News update Now to breaking news. We first brought you last

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interview With Alyssa Miller

Cyber Security Interviews

06:19 min | Last week

interview With Alyssa Miller

"Hello and welcome to episode one hundred. Fifteen of cybersecurity interviews. This is the third episode a multi part episode diversity equity and inclusion and we're speaking with alissa millet elissa leads the security strategy for sap global ratings as business information security officer connecting corporate security objectives to business initiatives. She blunt a unique mix of technical expertise in executive presence to bridge the gap that can often form between security practitioners and business leaders. Her goal is to change how we look at the security of our interconnected way of life and focus on attention of defending privacy in cultivating trust a native of milwaukee. Melissa began her. It careers a programmer frozen based financial software provider. Her security passion quickly shape her career as she moved into a leadership role within the ethical hacking team conducting penetration testing and assessments along with her team. As a hacker. Elissa has a passion for security. That she evangelize is to business leaders in industry audiences to work as a cybersecurity professional to various public speaking engagements while not engaged security research and advocacy. She's also an accomplished soccer referee guitars and photographer in this episode. We discussed why. She misses conferences starting with computers that in early age diversity equity inclusion the discrimination. She has faced the lack of understanding of privilege discriminatory hiring practices how to be an ally and so much more. I hope you enjoy the episode. As much as i did. Thanks for listening a less. Thank you for joining me in cybersecurity interviews. How are you today. I am doing wonderful. Doug how're you. I'm doing great so our are things in the beautiful middle part of the country. I is i to in colorado. But has milwaukee doing these days. Gosh we are about to get our first real dumping of snow at least over your recording. This by the time at arizona probably have had tons. But i'm actually gonna go get gas for the snowblower the last place. I really got to travel and speak at. Wasn't milwaukee in january flew in and out. It was gonna be a one day speaking thing in you know anybody. I should have known better having in law that those up all my family from the midwest. North chicago and ohio january. You're not getting in and out of anywhere in the midwest without some type of delay in my you know my arrogance of that being about a three day delay. They kept cancelling how to drive from milwaukee to chicago and it was a whole thing but i got to see the lake. Cresting waves as the snow is blowing in milwaukee so it was very interesting. Clear that you can get out of chicago easier than milwaukee usually milwaukee. Is you know. We're kind of like canada south with that. As long as they can. Keep the runway clear enough to get a plane on it though. Fly planes out. But if it gets bad enough i know they. They've shut down a few times. Speak that i mean you you were you were you know. Have built a name and a brand by traveling and speaking. Do you miss the travel aspect this year of getting out there and being on stage like you have no idea of feeling i have an idea. Trust me on the wall. I went into twenty twenty expecting all this international travel. I just changed jobs. And and it was part of that job. Was supposed to include a lotta travel to international conferences and even our our locations and yet none of that happened i did. Rsa and then besides tampa was scheduled to go to singapore and sydney in the two weeks following and in between those two. They shut down all travel. And yeah i've been. I've been here in my home office which i feel guilty saying suffering is pretty pretty awesome office but yeah i i cannot wait to get back on a plane. Fact even allman i have been talking about how a bunch of us are going to go find someplace to all traveled together. Just because it's we've all missed it for so long that he's actually somebody. I gotta hit out back channeled him. Because i'm trying to raise the next level of hackers and my daughter who's ten and her friend. The condition was they were able to go get the leftover halloween candy at their at my friend's daughters house. If they can get through the lock. I said cool. I'll teach guys lock picking. And i'll get you a signed copy of the lock picking guy so i try to get them to learn about lock. Picking it sucks not being out there and kind of seeing the whole community. What drove to obviously not not a wallflower. You wanna get out there and talk. What drove you to kind of get on stage. It's it's not something that's always a done by folks in our industry where where they can somewhat be a little bit more reserved. Yes so it's kind of funny. Because i've been speaking at conferences since two thousand fourteen and but i never really got was ever really serious about it like i do one here and there and it was a lot of it was because i was working in a consulting role. And it's good for you know when you're consultant especially it's good for your organization to have people out there speaking and i found right away the first time i did it like that was actually a lot of fun But then the more. I did it the more i started to realize like i just i i really you know. I've got a lot of ideas. I want to share and i love doing this because i've always been believe it or not. You know you you talk about me being out there and it's like i was very socially awkward like i was the person i go to a conference and be completely alone in a sea of thirty thousand people at defcon. Right which i mean. That's not unusual. People do that all the time but even smaller conferences like i was just never very good at starting conversations with people and so when i would speak it was a whole different world because you'll people would recognize you from having been on stage in an it. Stop you in the hall to ask you questions about what you talked about or whatever or just to thank you and it was such a great icebreaker because now i could get in. I could have conversations with people in the hallway about all this stuff that we were passionate about and we could. We could share ideas. And that's what conferences are all about to

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How to Grow a 6-Figure Business in 6 Months

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:47 min | Last week

How to Grow a 6-Figure Business in 6 Months

"Christine. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with fire nation. I am so excited to be back with j. l. d. and each one of you and i believe that the hardest part of growing sicker business. You love is allowing it to be easy. Doesn't have to be hard but we were taught that it does right. We're taught to be really good employees and so what our brains to try to keep us safe when we start dreaming about getting not first traction in our businesses. That's what makes it hard not the fact that you're not capable. I mean. sometimes. I ask myself like what is the path of least resistance here. Why am i making this difficult for myself. Like what feels light. Not heavy. And i'll tell you fire nation. I am keeping all the things they feel light and feel easier in my world right now and i'm releasing the things that feel heavy feel hard because it doesn't have be difficult and we're talking about a pretty cool topic how to grow a six figure business six months working ten hours a week and i just want to talk about the realistic -ness of making six figures working ten hours a week. Break that down for us christine. Yes this is all about simplifying like you said what feels light right. You only need two things in order to have the foundation of a six figure business like you need a clear niche and you need an aligned. High ticket offer providing some kind of service whether as a coach as a consultant as a service provider freelancer marketer. Virtual assistant opium social media manager. One of those things. That's all that you need in order to be able to start going out and offering it you need to things. Fire nation a clear niche and that clear niche aligned with a high ticket offer of some former service. That christine was talking about right there. And what's really powerful that for me. Is i see a lot of people today. Saying john like man. I want to launch podcasts. Like interview entrepreneurs of that and listen entrepreneurs on fire fails if i launch it in twenty twenty with my same skills that i had in two thousand twelve i. I won in two thousand twelve because it was a niche. It was void. I fill ditz. And that's why that one got traction. So what is a specific niche. The can be clear and defined for you. Fire nation that. How can you weave in an aligned like that word aligned. High ticket offer of a service that makes sense because right now man. I'm c. n. Christina kinda wants you to chime in on this because i'm seeing a lot of people doing things the wrong way which is like they're working so hard for these like really low ticket offers and just you know having to get like a hundred thousand sometimes even more than that of the sales of these low ticket offers for it even to add up to any kind of meaningful money and like every sale is tough like it a lot times. I found that a low ticket sale because sometimes even be harder than hydrogen sale. And we gotta get into that kind of specifics too. But what do you think about this. I completely agree. I have like a what not to do right. And it is literally what you just said. Don't write a book or start a podcast. I don't download every freebie and try to piece together. A business plan from them. Don't create a bunch of low priced products and start offering them all and also like. Don't tell yourself you don't have enough time because it's almost never time problem. It's a clarity problem. Like if you knew what to do you would just go do it already. Which is why if you know what to do. You can do it in ten hours a

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Energy prices jump as millions left without power in Texas

90.3 KAZU Programming

01:28 min | Last week

Energy prices jump as millions left without power in Texas

"Power grids need energy makers and energy users to be exactly in balance, says consultant Cheryl Roberto. At Synapse Energy economics. Essentially, electricity is a just in time product. It needs to be made the moment that we need it and delivered to where we need it. There's barely any energy storage in the system. In Texas. Power suppliers can't keep up with desperate demand for heating natural gas wells that produce fuel for power plants are freezing up in plants themselves. Air going down, says Joshua Roads at the University of Texas Energy Institute. Power plants that don't have their water intake lines winterized enough. Sometimes those freeze to prepare for emergencies. Some parts of the country pay plans to build extra capacity. That's costly and policymakers chose not to. Texas made a conscious decision that we wanted to have an efficient market so that it would produce the lowest prices for customers. Not today. Texans air so desperate that electricity normally selling for $35, a unit is going for 900, says Energy economist Ed Hers at the University of Houston. These folks are paying hundreds of dollars to keep their homes and apartments warm on a daily basis right now, he says. Power companies air making a killing today. That's the way the system works. When producers make a less product, it's so scarce, the price

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Seven Senate Republicans join Democrats in unsuccessful vote to convict former President Trump

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Seven Senate Republicans join Democrats in unsuccessful vote to convict former President Trump

"President Trump has been acquitted in his second impeachment trial. What does the future hold for the Republican Party? He CBS is Susan Candy reports. It may be a year that the party has to reinvent itself. Seven Republicans voted to impeach the former president, but the rest remain staunchly loyal. I think we're seeing the potential of one of those years when parties start to split and reform, political consultant Leo McElroy says. It's happened before in the Republican Party. We saw the Republicans. Many of them depart the party when very Goldwater was nominated in 1964. They felt he was too conservative and they bailed. While he thinks there will be some reforming of the party in California. It may look different, especially with a possible recall of Governor Newsome. You don't just recall a governor, you need to replace him, and I think that a lot of California Republicans Are sufficiently non trump that they're not going to go for a trump clone to take over the governor's mansion if they were to succeed in the recall. All in all, he says. We're in for interesting times.

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Business owners ponder whether to require COVID-19 shots

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

Business owners ponder whether to require COVID-19 shots

"I'm Julie Walker as more coronavirus vaccine doses become available in the weeks and months ahead many business owners face a difficult decision whether to require employees to get shots businesses have been contacting lawyers and HR consultants asking what should we do a frequently asked question is whether an employer can dismiss a staffer who refuses to be vaccinated and who is not protected by the law the short answer is yes employees can require many staffers to be vaccinated under guidelines from the equal employment opportunity commission that's because they have the latitude under the EOC to keep the workplace safe however they can't require vaccinations for employees with medical conditions protected by the Americans with disability act or those who object for religious reasons however lawyers warn issues over employees being fired for refusing a vaccination are likely to end up in court Julie Walker New York

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These Are the Most In-Demand SEO Service Right Now

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

07:20 min | 2 weeks ago

These Are the Most In-Demand SEO Service Right Now

"And you're kind of in the early stages of being consultant. So i want to hear from you about what are some of the services that you're figuring out the world at large needs from not only you but you know seo consultants what are some of the in demand services for seo's well interestingly enough seo and seo has a in is just wildly and demand right now you can go onto lean din you can go on any job site and you're gonna just see so many postings for roles and opportunities for individuals who know and understand search. I think i did a just at the end of twenty twenty is doing a little bit of research on it in the united states alone. There's over two hundred different or seo related roles at any given talk which is a remarkable amount of roles in an industry that is just growing at a crazy crazy quip. Two hundred open roles is alive. Considering there's about fifteen people in the world who know what they're talking about one way to look on this podcast for the record. One way to look at two hundred might seem low for a lot of other folks. But i can remember a time when i was applying for seo roles and there was maybe a handful of maybe a best a dozen legitimate real seo in the title type job functions but the job function had become very prolific and a core need for companies. Big and small in the interesting thing is i'm hearing from startups who just launched their websites to major enterprises who are trying to figure out. What the next investments going to be from an seo standpoint but in a nutshell. I think there's three things that i'm hearing the most in the market. So talk to me about what you're hearing. Yep and so. I'm hearing kind of three common threads. One of them as we are in desperate need of defining our long term strategy with seo. And how that connects with the rest of the company other marketing functions product engineering the services and solutions we offer in the market. The second thing that i'm hearing quite often is help a scale. We found something. That's really working but we're just not entirely sure how to take that from a hundred visitors. Two hundred thousand visitors and then the third thing that i'm hearing quite often and i think this is the one that's really exciting in for the folks that are in the seo field. That are listening to this. And i've been working in a while. Is there's just so much evergreen opportunities out there. There are new ways to define and refine the way you attract and source. Traffic and companies are realizing that this is something that you need to in boston early and often to secure this evergreen traffic. Okay so what i'm hearing from. You is just generally. There is high demand for seo's good news for everyone listening. Hey there is another job out there if you're unhappy but what people are looking for is strategy first and foremost. Hey what should we be doing over the long haul right. Where in a boat on the ocean. Sure which ways the shore can you point us the right direction right number two is we're going. You know two knots per hour. I'm just gonna butcher all of my sailing metaphors because honestly i've never sailed in my life. Let's much car. Were going five miles an hour and we want to put our foot on the gas. We wanna make sure that we're doing it in a responsible way and the third one is the realization that with seo. You're not building value just for today but you're building long term sustainable value which kind of goes back into. Why is everyone trying to hire. Seo's so all good things. What are some of the things that you've been surprised that companies now that you're consulting they do know and don't know about the modern practice of as you so the first one is the remarkable reality that many folks who either directly responsible or are overseeing seo or founder of a start up in. They're just getting their website going and seeing momentum with seo traffic the biggest thing. i see these individuals. Not recognizing is how connected. Seo is to other core investments. You're making across your business to give me an example. Yeah great content marketing and content generation thing. This is one of them that a lot of folks just don't realize that your content strategy and how you produce and implement and execute the contents will have a direct impact on seo in vice versa as you can have a direct impact on the a output of content. There is someone in the world who wants to focus on as you doesn't understand that the amount and the type of content that they produce impacts. Seo yes many what why. How is it well. I mean some of this stuff is actually quite traditional in the sense that content in s you have largely lived in silos especially in big organizations. Secondly there's often a recognition especially in early companies who are just developing their brand and developing their marketing strategy. Is they just start producing things and seeing what sticks rights but you fail to recognize. Is that it clearly. Thought out strategy in terms of knowledge. What you're gonna produce but how you're going to support it with things like seo or paid marketing or social actually have amplification capabilities in connecting. Those two things is really what people are. Missing is unnecessary. That they don't recognize creating content creates traffic. Everybody realizes that but what they failed to recognize. Is that kind of like far that without flint. You really don't have fire. And so what you need is the catalyst which is the driver of seo behind the contract right. So people don't understand the value of their content and how taking that content and syndicating it impacts your seo. Don't understand that you need content for seo bright mclaren. I was a little worried for the few size. Saw the fearing your is all right. So what are some of the other things that you've been surprised to find out that people are don't know that they need or think they need that. They don't yeah so outside of that. A strategy and the connection between different functions and investment areas. The next one that i think is really remarkable is the recognition that seo is by virtue something that just keeps on keeps on giving that. It's just it's always been there a big company coca cola. I've always had seo traffic. I always going to get us you traffic and this is a belief that i think is largely misplaced in. It's something that. I see and hear all too often not only from leaders and executives in companies but also more broadly. I hear from many vs ios in these organizations and please. If you're listening this episode do not believe that do not take seo for granted it is not something that's just going to keep coming.

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Biden announces US will sanction Myanmar's military leaders following coup

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden announces US will sanction Myanmar's military leaders following coup

"Last week's data in myanmar provided the new us administration of president joe biden with its first major foreign policy crisis. We now have an idea of america's response. President biden has signed an executive order imposing sanctions on the coup leaders. This will be followed by measures to block the myanmar's military access to government funds held in the us. Further measures seem likely showed the gionta not to american demands that democratic order be restored one by louis lukens former. Us diplomat now senior partner with cigna global advisors liu first of all this all seem certainly measured against the last four years widely normal. Doesn't it well it does. You're right andrew. It does seem normal and there is a policy process in washington. That was carried out there. Tony blinken and president biden consulted with about this issue and then came to a decision to impose sanctions so very normal. Didn't learn about it by tweet. Sort of back to the good old days of foreign policy. I think not that. I'm wishing to sound overly nostalgic four the immediately preceding four years. But in an instance like this is this orthodoxy helpful. I mean the demand. Maurice generals rather priced this in. Wouldn't they well. The process and the consultant with allies is helpful whether sanctions themselves will be useful remains to be seen sanctions. Tend to have very limited effectiveness and the people who are targeted by sanctions. In this case the military leadership Tend to be able to to be somewhat immune to the effects of the sanctions. They and so the. Us has walk a very fine line in trying to punish the leadership but in a way. That doesn't actually trickle down and really hurt. The the average burmese people who who are responsible for the the off course well just as a general principle then. Is there any reason to imagine that the people behind the coup. D'etat actually care what. The united states thinks that. This point probably not much reason to think that they care you know. China is their number one trading partner. They do roughly three third of their trade with china and the us is not even in the top five list of trading partners So you know it's great that the us has a couple allies on board. And i think the tony blinken talk to his japanese counterpart yesterday to to sort of coordinate a little bit on this but if china is not going to impose sanctions which they won't it really reduces the effectiveness of what the us can do in that especially in that country where we have very few ties. So how much of the american response. So far and i guess what we might still see often. American response is not so much the new. Us administration hoping it can affect an outcome in this specific circumstance but is more trying to set a general tone trying to establish. This is how this administration is going to do business. This is how we're going to react to things. Yeah look. I mean even if even if the sanctions are completely symbolic sends an important message that the that the united states will not tolerate this kind of activity and will work to promote the the sustenance of democratic governments around the world if the united states had ignored the coup in myanmar mar. I think that would send a message to people thinking about overthrowing governments around the world that hey we can do this now and get away with it now. The burmese military leaders may still get away with it remains to be seen whether the us sanctions will have any effect or not but the us had to send a message in some ways. This is a new administration and we're gonna take democracy seriously. How much more. Careful is the united states being about me on mob this time than it might have been during the previous stretch of military rule because in that period of course it did seem like a much more straightforward good guys versus bad guys proposition than you had this. All neha canonized a leader in waiting under house arrest on sang suci Whose stature. I think has been somewhat reduced by her own complicity with the people who've just thrown out of a job. Yeah i mean certainly. Her stature has been diminished over the last years in. Not just yeah. i mean. Basically because of her alignment with the military leaders in sort of her reaction to the the genocide in myanmar. That said i think the united states is trying to look at is not from the perspective of individual personalities but from the perspective of the principles of democracy and our unwillingness or or distaste for To go along with with appearing to support a military coup so we have to come out. The united states had to come out and strongly against this coup and short of military action economic sanctions against the people who perpetrated a coup really. The only way to go for now. The united states does of course have a diplomatic relationship with me on march for the moment at least any way you have been a diplomat serving abroad for the united states in a in a circumstance like this is there anything ambassadors another embassy staff on the ground candu or is it more likely case. They've just been told to make as little noise as they possibly can. Well i think the probably been quite vocal. I think in and you have to walk a fine line. You don't wanna be so vocal against the new leaders in the military that that you get thrown out of the country because certainly that is a possibility now. But you wanna make america's presence known and you wanna know you wanna make america's policies known so my guess is that Certainly through social media which is of limited value in me mark. I think the government has cut down. Cut off a lot of the internet but they they will be trying to work through their networks of of Dissenters and people in civil society to try to get the word out that the united states is with you. And we're working on this. How important is it to the united states to get at least some sort of result out of this. I mean i understand what you're saying about. How the united states is obliged to lay down the law here especially with the new administration but he is there a risk that they are seen to have done exactly that and have not make the blindest bit of difference to anything. Well there is a risk. I mean if if the us government left it as it is now the just the sanctions. That would be a worry but my guess is that Tony blinken will be is embarking on on a of diplomacy with counterparts around the world to try to to you take it to the next level not necessarily only through sanctions through a global reaction against this coup again. It comes back to the challenge. That is hard to do something. The un security council If china doesn't go along with it and china's unlikely to go along with any condemnation of the military leaders in in myanmar But i think tony blinken will certainly be trying to rally allies onto the us side honest

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Jono Bacon On Creating People Powered Communities

Leadership and Loyalty

04:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Jono Bacon On Creating People Powered Communities

"Maybe you are old enough to remember When teens hung out and so do the older generation who got their exercise their at the mall. Well as you are no doubt weh malls were dying long before the twenty twenty pandemic. Today they are on the last belabored breath. Do you care well unless you're big box store. Probably not but there was something about malls that went beyond shopping and that was community. People met in the food courts. People went for their excited. They were older. You know there was a place to hang out. There was a community that we gathered. the mo- community was very good for business but as malls disappear. How can we build communities that grow all businesses. Well that's exactly what we're going. See my guest on. Today's show john bacon. He is the also of an award. Winning book called powered. How communities can supercharge your business your brand and teams as well as four other books. John bacon is the leading community and collaborative speaker also and podcast. He is a columnist for forbes and open source dot com founder of the community leadership summit found of conversations with bacon and found of bad voltage. He is an advisor to alien vault. Molten data dot world microsoft open networking foundation and open cloud consortium. He works as a consultant with clients from setups like hacker joana manta most digital assets and others and major organizations like ink santander deutsche bank intel microsoft and a couple others so waiters and gentlemen. Please put your hands together. The is the most incredible intro. Think i've ever experienced on a podcast. Thank you very much to. I know we don't we scrub well. Welcome this is not nice w fit on the way to be lovely. Some of your listeners have no idea what wait so i guess on my show a long time ago in roland in is now but he he's an englishman to and he's also also from from yorkshire and we both work at human hacking conference together last year and they the the person who runs that conferences owns the conference was so an analyst accents that we could play. He wanted us to do ten minutes on stage. Just talking lancashire and yorkshire and that's what we did. Is this english. it's been a lot easier recently. I think when when when. I'd say i'm from i was born in yorkshire to say what does the accident. Now i can say. Game of thrones. Watch game of thrones and that's basically a northern accent that's true yes yeah popular virtue. Although both of us have gotten a little bit of a best is asian to away for a long time. Yeah exactly so general. One of the places. I'd like to start. The show is by asking. You know in this world of influences where. Everybody's an expert influence just look on instagram. Or if you don't know who is someone we might not know a might not even consider has been a major influence on you and on your leadership. Wow there's there's a few I mean one person that really kind of switched on a liable for me is Rory sutherland whose ogilvy Some years ago. I was not being. I've been working and building communities for awhile. One of things. I find fascinating about. This is the it's understanding. The the real deep motivations of why people make decisions why people collaborate together which obviously you spend a lot of time working on and i learned about behavioral economics. Through rory seventy didn't amazing tedtalk called confessions of an odd man and that really sent me down this rabbit hole of what is the role of psychology and how we come together as people and driving forces behind it. So he's definitely one person but you know as well i mean. Obviously seth godin is fairly well known but i the thing i like about seth. Godin isn't much. His teachings is more of his approach. His this fundamental focus on service that if you're of service to other people then good things will happen to you when you wave through everything that you do. I think great things happen

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Making working remotely work well with John Vuong, owner, and founder of Local SEO Search

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

09:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Making working remotely work well with John Vuong, owner, and founder of Local SEO Search

"For today's episode. And we're really excited to welcome john von as my guest in. He is the ceo of local seo search incorporated. John welcome thanks for having me on. I'm excited to be on your show today. Great so some of you are listening. Might be saying so what does it. Seo search many has to do with when people thrive companies thrive. And what i have to say is as re getting prepared for our interview. John and we're going to talk about working remotely and funny enough. There's a recent episode a just published on if you don't offer remote work options you're going to go the way the dinosaurs so john should jump into it. So tell me about your company had been working remotely all this time or was it a something that you had to implement because of the pandemic and other environmental issues perhaps. Yeah definitely Well thanks for the intro. I started this agency eight years ago so twenty thirteen and the reason i started was Actually i i worked in advertising sales for ten years and the instead longest in was working at yellow pages for five years and i did work in a corporate environment. I went into the office couple times a week But i had a book of business so it was more of a freedom kinda urine sales environment but it was more my independent business portfolio book of business by went in service clients so the last two years at yellow pages. I actually was home-based remote. So i had an idea of how to structure my day how to be disciplined how to perform well Being really focused on metrics right count ability. Making sure that i delivered on all the you know whatever was renewables or up sales or whatever my my boss at the time manager directors advised me to hit targets so fast forward when i first started the company as a business owner now. I didn't even know how to run a business. I was new at everything and just jumping into business. Ownership is completely different mindset as running and working as an employee because all the structures were in place all the processes procedures all the departments. Were already there. So when i first started. It was a little bit more challenging. Getting my foot off the ground. Yes i was a sales. Were up so it was out there selling. But they didn't know how to do all the stuff in the back end. So i had to harvest and learn all that the reason i started a hiring remote was costs mainly and getting understanding what it took when i first started You know working remote in at yellow pages. And i was looking for very specific skill sets based on what i harvest right so i learned a lot in terms of like hiring training evolving. My my staff. And i found that anyone in the world can work in this industry right because it is online marketing digital advertising and as long as customers get good results digitally. They don't really know or care where you're located. I'm very upfront and honest and pure in terms of letting people know anything. They want in terms of my industry. My business and how it operates how he got started but honestly clients all they care about is results who you are as a business person in a human. You know the the leader of it all manning the ship and what is your track record. What is success stories and if you can prove to customers that you know what you're doing and you can get good success and results. They will vet and user gut to decide if they wanted to choose you over someone else. So i've learned that over the years like just yourself right. They either like your and same with harvesting good employees. That are remote. Just be honest right. Let people in on what you're doing they either are with you in terms of value wise and your your leadership and your you know your company or not right and that's okay because there's a lot of people out there that are willing to jump with your your company or not same with clients like the not everyone's going to be a great client. You just learning revolve over the years. So what i find interesting in listening to your story that you know you just started out remote because you've had that experience with yellow pages and then it sounds like that there might have been some education of potential clients and customers but we work remotely whatever. And what's interesting is from. The internal side were hearing from from individuals who are looking to find new employment because their current employer is insisting that they come into work in person and these employees. Don't feel comfortable. And so they're leading. And so what. I find interesting. Is you as an organization may have had to educate your clients about. Here's the value of us working remotely and and the fact that you're looking at the end game. The results are happy clients. Who are well served and does it matter how they are being starved. Zombie well-served so that's the external part. On what you had to say about those companies who internally or say no. Don't we have to be in person and love to lead it. Yeah it all depends on corporate culture. Right it all depends on what's mandated at the top and for more tech startups and companies are more advancing in terms of pro. Just being more forward thinking. I i would say because peop- there's going to be a generation of people that are old school mentality. They're so used to go into a factory. Going to large corporate multinational company with a structure. They clock in clock out. They want to be completely in control and they want to know that even though there might not be as productive they see them. They're right and it's more of a control thing. However i look at more. Like i want the best in terms of my staff wellbeing productivity and less stress and i feel if you harvest a good work environment they will stick with you for a lot longer because you're looking after them and it's more of a good fit for both parties so it all depends right because again do factory kind of work environment or even give you an example. My wife works at a bank. And it's a very large top. Five banks in canada corporate structure and she you know has been working in the office for the last fifteen years during this pandemic. She's move to more homebase because of the situation and we just have to adapt to it and she found that at the beginning was challenging. Because we have a child at home it was more about trying to work around life. Dif- different things that are thrown at us all right But as the months and months gone she found a groove h. He found like you wake up a little bit later. You get more sleep. You're less stressed commuting into the office instead of spending forty five minutes to an hour getting on a train or driving to the office. She saves at my having slow. You know having coffee or breakfast in the morning spending more time less stressed right being as productive as she was in the office but just using technology for you know meetings yes. You don't get that social interaction where you go out for coffee and lunch with people. But maybe there's pros and cons to that as well because when you're done doing that copy break it takes you a you know. Ten fifteen minutes to get back in the groove of actually focusing on productive were but now you're onus is doing ed at work at home and you will productive because you can actually. There's no less distractions. I would say right. And you can actually focus. So i've harvested alive these traits over the years of doing this and even prior yellow pages and whatnot So i've i've kinda got a good groove by doing this for over ten years now right and it takes time and it's not for everyone and it's totally okay to acknowledge that and employees employers. They have to realize there's going to be different types of people for different positions and they have to accept it. They got a fine good matches. Good alignment and focus on. What is the end. Goal is

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Pope appoints first woman Under-Secretary with right to vote in Synod of Bishops

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pope appoints first woman Under-Secretary with right to vote in Synod of Bishops

"Pope Francis has appointed a woman is an undersecretary of the Cenote of bishops. Sister Natalie. Big Car will also be the first woman with the right to vote in the Senate and which is the body of bishops that studies major questions of doctrine. She's been a consultant at the center since 2019. Its secretary general, Cardinal Mario Greg said her appointment signal the pope's desire that women be more involved in the church's decision making bodies.

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Two tools to move your organization forward

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

09:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Two tools to move your organization forward

"And techniques and strategies when working with our clients our goal is to give the executives. The managers leaders the leadership teams. We work with real tools that they can use every day. We don't want to just come in and say here do this. Or here's what you should do and then leave that's done. That does not create forward motion rather we love educating our clients with tools. The day could turn around right that in there and use with their colleagues their down lines their departments their teams across teams. We want the tools to be that effective and that powerful and sometimes those tools are really simple. There are two tools in particular that we use pretty much all the time. And what's interesting is we had a client point out. That one tool is about what happened past tense and what will happen in the future. You may be surprised to hear that one of the tools we talk about is to discuss to even dissect something that might have happened in the past if we are all about forward motion. Why in the world would we look backward if we always want to move forward. Well sometimes you have to look back at where you've been to one understand where you are and to better design where you're going. That tool is something. We call the groundhog day exercise. If you are familiar with the movie. Starring bill murray. He's in this town. Pucks tani pennsylvania to celebrate groundhog day. Something happens which is never explained which i find fascinating in which he keeps living the same day over and over and over and the majority of the film is about what he does differently on all these days and then how. That all culminates at the end. The film is probably at least thirty years old but they still won't do a spoiler alert anyway in watching that film you realize he must have lived that same day at least a thousand or more times maybe two thousand and three thousand so every day. He has to ask himself what worked what didn't work. And what would. I do differently if i had to do it all over again. He doesn't actually ask himself those questions. It's just obvious by what happens in the movie. He does something different at what we see. Those are the scenes that we see. He does something different. He has to analyze how that worked. Apply this to your organization. It could be anything from a meeting. That didn't go well to a process that didn't perform expected to holes and gaps in systems showing up. So you look at that situation and ask yourself what worked and there's almost always something that works. Well there's almost always something is that that's the piece that you would keep if you had to do over. Or maybe there are several pieces. He would keep if you had to do it over. And then there's of course though will what didn't work and it's figuring out the problem not to focus on the problem not to assign blame but to understand the problem so then the next question what would we do. Differently moves toward solution. And of course you know what i'm going to say. It's part of that forward motion and being very solution oriented. So that's the looking back. The next tool that we use quite often is the palm tool purpose outcome method. I've talked about this before. But i'll give you a very quick example. At the beginning of any thing it could be an email a meeting a conversation with your spouse and initiative a project a meeting with the board of directors to figure out strategy and tactics objectives. You figure out. What is the purpose now. Most of the time what we do. Is we figure out the purpose. We need to have this meeting to figure out the strategic objectives for next quarter. And then you just rush right into those actions. We should do this and this and this and this. What usually happens because we tend to be action oriented. Those are the things we can cross off the list. Those are the things we can put on the memo to send out to the rest of the organization. These are the things were going to do. Let's get moving forward motion right however what usually happens when we jump from purpose straight into action or methods is that we get to the end and we are surprised by the outcome and not always pleasantly surprised. Because what happens is we realize we didn't defined the outcome well enough and so the actions that we took the methods we employed goddess to the place that we didn't necessarily want to be. And that's if we're really self-aware realizing oh we did not define the outcome to begin with sometimes what happens is there's a lot of blame will. Why did you do it this way or this isn't what we wanted or this didn't get us to the place that we said we wanted to be or i didn't want this. And there's that cycle of blame instead right after you have determined the purpose focus on the desired outcome. What we have found in using this tool ourselves personally in our own organization. The shoulder group is that sometimes. That's a longer conversation than you might think because it should be easy right now. Here's what we're trying to achieve. Well once it gets down to it. They're may be nuances that if not addressed will turn into disappointments and even perhaps resentments at the end. So i was talking about this tool to a colleague and gave him an example of purpose outcome method and he said oh that makes perfect sense. It's just like when. I came home the other day and my wife said let's go for a walk and i said flip flops or tennis and other words. Was this a casual walk. Where he could just stay in his foot slops or was it going to be a little bit more of a serious walk where he needed to put on more substantial footwear. He was asking about the desired outcome. The purpose was a walk. What's the desired outcome. Is it for exercise. Get the heart rate up. Get somewhere fast or is it just to take a leisurely stroll around the neighborhood. What do you want to get out of it. Whatever it is the meeting the conversation the email and then your methods are determined the flip flops or the teddy's based on the desired

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34: GANGS, Crime and MENTAL HEALTH

A Psych For Sore Minds

05:55 min | 3 weeks ago

34: GANGS, Crime and MENTAL HEALTH

"Hello cruel world. I am your host for a psych for sore minds. My name is dr shahad. Madonna's consultant forensic psychiatrists. I live in here in london. I assess mentally disordered offenders. So you don't have to so. This episode is part to a three part series about gangs last episode. I told you about real life case of a gang related murder of a teenager by another group of teenagers. this episode. i'm gonna tell you something a bit. Different something unusual. I'll tell you about a young man. Who assessed who is the target of a local gang and he became mentally unwell in the next episode part three. I'm going to tell you about another case where i'm pre show again exploited a vulnerable young man and they got him to do that dirty work on half and he ended up with a very serious weapons related charge. But first let's make this educational are going to very quickly. Talk to you about why gangs commit violence. So there were several reasons. It could be to protect their territory from the gangs for example in drug dealing hot spots. It could be to enforce the collection debts. Obviously the mark is more likely to pay up. If there's potential pressure and violence coming from dozens of people in all directions and other reason would be to extort money so that's usually a local businesses or shops and can be nightclubs. Casinos with the offer of protection from other gangs are trying to do. the same. Another reason might be to respond to a slight to a gang member whole to the entire guy. That's how boys start and also to keep the status up in the community and to be feared because gangs only work if they have fear in the territory. We all this. We've all seen wire. Finally another reason might be protecting owner of a gang member or their family and to prove the gangs toughness especially to establish themselves in the hierarchy of a prominent position in again in fact. Violence is so serious that in some gangs they a blood in blood out policy so blooded means that to get into the gang in the first place you have to really hurt somebody and some gangs yet ashton. Kill somebody to get a blood out. Means you have to give a written confirmation within the two week cooling-off period of starting the contracts. only kidding. it means the only of the gang is by death. In terms of forensic psychiatry. We do see gang members once in a while they quite rat but roughly quite kind of limited in our ability and our resources to do much about it. After the person's discharge refer them onto other specialised agencies substance. The work with the police who offer gang members away out the obviously that needs to motivation from the individual and it can equal a death sentence in some gangs as per behalf of mentioned very decisive blood out policy. While patients are in patients when they're in our secure frenzy hospitals. We can control the visited that they have and we can control the access certain people so usually what would happen would be that. The social worker within our multidisciplinary team they would do a background check for anybody that's permitted to be a visitor to the patient. Says they have gang affiliations abba criminal record. For example we can in some cases stop that or prevent that is also eventually further down there rehabilitation when patients have lead outside our hospitals. Sometimes the forensic psychiatrist might specify like an exclusion zone in the legal documentation for lee which means the patient isn't allowed into certain areas so this could be where the index offense was committed to that bump into their victims or in rare cases that can be the entire gang operates. Obviously what a patient's escorted leave with members of staff. This is easy to enforce and leave can be stopped if somebody breaks the rules that the unescorted leave when our the road. We have to have an element of trust. Obviously and if a patient does break will such as seeing that gang associates that we can study so clearly. This is not a long-term solution only limits their contact with gang members whilst they're in a hostile. It doesn't help them after that discharge before we move on. I'd like to tell you a little bit more about my tunnel. So i post regular videos. Your host dr shahani diaz. I'm a consultant. Forensic psychiatrist and i assess rehabilitates mentally disordered defendants tabloids might call the criminally. So i d my assessments in prisons and ports insecure psychiatric concern for the high risk patients. I also as an expert witness to advise judges in criminal trials. This youtube channel. You're watching dissect. A whole range mental health topics most of them in some way related to violence funding. But some of them not their new episodes out every tuesday and most flights lookout for the that is something that everybody on this channel. So let's go back to the case of mr key as i said before. This is a man who was a victim of local gangs. As always. I've anonymous the case and i've change some of the demographic details of done this respect patient confidentiality and for the victims and their families. But i wanted to know that the essence of what i'm telling you about one hundred percent real so i assessed mr q. In prison in kenya. Few years ago. And i did this in my role as an expert witness and when i saw him he was remind charge of grievous bodily harm so we had a fight with some people outside of pub smashed a bottle over the heads of another man needed about twelve stitches so mr cute had a very harsh upbringing. It was very different from the upbringing mississippi. Who i talked out my last episode. Check it out. Mr b's parents relax in their parenting. They didn't set boundaries. But mr keys opposite they were from ghana and they were very strict and they were very

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Building Community for Demand

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

05:27 min | Last month

Building Community for Demand

"Alright everyone. I'm here with clinton bets. The ceo of silicon slopes clint. Thanks for joining us. Honored to be here. Billy big fat of chat funnels demand giant jan summit. Two thousand twenty. You know twenty twenty s weird here. We are at an event. And you know. I'm just doing it from this desk. Where i kinda do everything so honored to be here my friend. Well it's an honor to have you clint. So let's get into it. I tell us just a little bit about yourself. I'm a lifelong you. John for what that's worth. I don't know that people care about that too much i sure. Do i have four children. I'm married. I live in southern utah. County i believe utah counties better than salt lake county for those watching. I will a non just getting. I don't care. And yeah. I started my career. I went to Actually owned a deli for while when i was super yang school got a journalism degree. Recommend anyone do that kind of pointless. Degree and i worked at a software development firm with a couple of buddies where we help build startups early stage products and then and then inside of that Software development firm we launched a little blog called beehive startups which became a pretty big community platform. And then You know more recently over the past five six years. I've been the executive director of silicon slopes which is a five one c three nonprofit. And we put that together. After you know behi- startups two guys. Traction and josh james and i started talking and then we started talking to ryan. Smith is to ceo quality and erin stoddard ceo plural. Cy and dave elkton. Who was the ceo of inside sales at the time about what it would mean to bring the community all underneath one umbrella. So here we are in you guys have done a great job with that So tell me about the silken slopes model. Clint while the consults model i believe is a little bit different than other profit models. I think as you look at it. And i think it applies to any business not just nonprofits because i don't know that we run. It necessarily even like a nonprofit to be honest with you although have being a five one. C three is important to us and there are aspects of it. That are very nonprofit. -i the silicon psalms model. I think a lot of people. If you're just a part of the tech scene or you're not part of utah in particular you may view it as like another chamber of commerce almost that kind of advocates for various tech issues Behind closed doors and has kind of these Events that you have to pay to go to and you can only attend if you remember anything like that was actually exact opposite of all of that We want it to be open and accessible to wall Everyone who wants to be a part of the community we believe has every right to be a part in community and should be part of the consultants community and so given that that was a stance that we took early on that we wanted the organization to be open accessible to all we landed on this model. The i believe many of the people who are watching would be interested in in particular as it pertains to how do you build a community around your brand. How do you build a community around a certain topic. And how do you do in a way. That's actually authentic and doesn't come across as though it's authentic but is indeed authentic and so what. We landed on his three buzzwords. To be honest with you billy And so what we say is silicon slopes five one c three nonprofit that empowers utah startup tech community to learn connect and serve. And when you hear learn connect are you likely like most people say those three words who cares right. And you know there's truth to that even but what's behind those for us and what we've built around these three words in these three pillars within our organization is the entire reason why we've seen any success if we seen any at all and i believe it's The way communities should be bill. Just my own opinion. And so i'll go through what each of these Three pillars mean to us as an organization and those watching kind of think about how they could apply at least some of these aspects within their own companies organizations so the first is learnt right And when we say learn silicon slopes what we're talking about is stories and what we're talking about is media and what we're talking about is Letting the community know what's happening and that's critical and i'm gonna talk Probably go pretty deep on stories Here a little bit later but when we say learn it's silicon slopes what we mean. Is we want you to know everything happening within the silicon silicon slopes community. And we want you to have plenty of resources available to you. It's not just news. Although that's that's a very big piece of it it's not just media and it's not just stories but it's also helping and empowering people to learn how to be better within the industry Better within their particular profession

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United Airlines tumbles after posting another big loss, warning about weak demand

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:02 min | Last month

United Airlines tumbles after posting another big loss, warning about weak demand

"United airlines has reported a fourth-quarter loss. Almost two billion dollars more than seven billion dollars in the red for the full year. You're looking for uncertainty in this economy. Airlines are pretty much the case study marketplace's into euler is on the aviation desk today. United said it expects total operating revenue in the first quarter of this year to be down. Sixty five to seventy percent from the same time two years ago which means the airline has to make a number of short term decisions right now to stay afloat industry consultant. Michael boyd says united's trying to be as nimble as it can but with airlines. That means they're moving the transfer of the titanic a little quicker than somebody else. He says the biggest challenge for the whole industry is to cut losses. Quickly the idea dave. We'll try something but if it doesn't work we get the hell out and try something different. Nobody really knows when demand for flights will return to what it was before the pandemic or if it ever will. Some are hopeful will return to two thousand nineteen levels later this year. Other say twenty twenty three or twenty. Twenty four is more

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Interview With Angela Deem

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:22 min | Last month

Interview With Angela Deem

"But today i'm indulging with from ninety. Fiance angela deem angela. Welcome i just love you. I'm a big fan of yours. Well it turns out my wife on arabic fans of yours to and that's very kind of time so so she may actually zoom in here. I had to call her and go. Listen i don't want to keep this job. I've got your friend angela. Coming in and i gotta go to the doctor. I'll zoom and later. We'll see if she shows up my honored say. Merry christmas tour. It's so funny she is She's a big fan of michael's too big fan. She just thinks he's not far away about itself to adjust grow on you. Yes so how are things going. Where where do you stand right now. How much can you talk about. You know really. I can't talk about much because we really don't know where everything's at and it's still difficult being apart from each other. We still have our ups and downs. And you know our problems probably as bad as people that live together problems but when you're a far apart i think that's what breaks relationships because you can't get there and hug and salaries you know what i mean. In general you know we're we're trying to work things out in Who are still at the same level. How about that. that's good. No that's good. That's kind of what. I figure you could say i know you have a tlc. Brass sitting on the line here monitoring us and by the way to the to the tlc people. Why are you not having me do the reunions. While let me do the reunions for these shows i. I'm an avid fan and listener. Viewer of all the united fiance's step. You bring me an at least as a consultant for those reunion shows right angela. Thank you great honestly. I love all routes. But you know what i think. You'd be great because we all need therapy on that stage. Oh i understand trust me i. I've taken notes on you guys but but it has been great entertainment during the lockdown. Right it has been one of the few things my wife had looked forward to at the end of the week on sunday nights and things and you start to pull for people you start to get very attached to you guys and your relationships and all the stuff you're facing and it's kind of in a way it's sort of good for americans to see the different cultures and how much americans Take for granted spoil. Yeah and then what how you stroke are spoiled because you know we have systems. Yeah and. I'm actually impressed with how well you got along in africa. You really just you jump right in. You seem like you're embraced his family. You embrace everything about his culture. Maybe not the food so much. The little day in the man's dominant will dash. But that's but that's the other thing so so you went toward you. Brought them pizza. Which i guess they already had it but you were sort of emphasizing pizza and and you took issue with the. I found that very interesting it was. This was my jiri right. Is that where you guys were. And there were three versions of marriage. Options in nigeria. Right right am i wrong. And that was kind of extraordinary they're all highly codified by the state. Like either you are committed to your partner and love and if you have any misadventures you've broken the law right. Yeah or or or you can go. Do whatever you want or this marriage or you can do the muslim marriage. Or it's the call your cultural marriage the muslim arabs. Or i what we call our regular marriage You know we can't she meet and all that and thank you know here. We don't go over there if you're caught with another woman. If you're doing the marriage that we picked out you can go to prison for five years. That's so crazy to me. It's really very interesting. And yet at the same time they have marriage that's essentially open but all of it seems to favor the male. Yes sir josh. I'm favor you know us being equal. You know some things you know. Of course. he's got to be the man of things but Michael shakes extreme. When i say. We're fifty mickey like if i get mad at hang up on him he'll call me back. Just hang up on me. That's not what. I mean. When i say no i think he knows it you mean. He's he's a pretty enlightened guys very smart. what's his what's his quick fairwood. His his professional background is he sold cars. But when i tell people this thinking like our sales people over here it's totally different. You know it'll take him all day to go so one car he just gets a percentage on it and he might not even sell it. So that's when. I told you know you're spending more gas. It draining your body every day to go. You know our just drive there back not might not sell car this message and even work. You know what. I mean because it's like it's not balancing or making nothing to me. I said i rub you. Stay home and take care of your mom. Your mom why you can

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"This is dawn. Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at.

"consultant" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

Noah Kagan Presents

07:07 min | 3 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents

"Also special pre show shadow to listener money mar. What does it my man from use of a he left her of you. No has a gift for creating content. That is entertaining and equally actionable. You're the man. I appreciate you in every other one gorgeous listeners. If you wanna shout out in a future episode leader view anywhere online. I check every single one of them. What makes a day great versus nach. Great it's so unfortunate but a lot of my happiness. I find is tied to youtube. You performance and that's just me being honest right if i have a great video my get things are good and you know all the other shit that comes at me you know. Even if it's not amazing it's like no big deal but when views are bad like they have been for the past few months it really is unhealthy. How how much it affects me. I think said today my video is actually doing pretty shitty but my days. Okay because it's thursday. I filmed all the content. That i need for this week. And and friday's are typically my my days where i come out a little bit and just take meetings and calls. Things are good so two things with that Be curious to hear more. So yeah i guess. How do you deal with that. How do you proceed. Especially you're saying it's been months now. They're not hitting the views. Youtube has been really weird for since the whole kobe. Thing hit viewing patterns in habits have very much changed and so people aren't really so concerned about how to look good. You know in terms of what's going on a date or or how to the girls a in like whatever that keep going with them. Because i think that's something that all of us go through. I know what that sumo dot com when we have these days like today. We had a six-figure day. And i'm like you know our company's the best thing in the world and then there's days where revenues down. I'm like well who's getting fired today. You know and it's interesting. How much we let these external out of control things out of our total control really affect our emotions. No it's absolutely true. And that's the thing i mean. Every day i get up and in terms of my videos. There's not a day that iphone. It in i give a hundred and twenty percent china. Make it you know an engaging video. I do the thumb. The i do all the editing. Still so i you know. One hundred percent like hands on my content. It's such a i guess. Part of me as part of my identity at this point that when it doesn't do well. I take it incredibly personal. See as. I don't know how you deal with it because i have a friend. You know antonio santana tonio style. No i think he knows you oh cool. He does a real good job of separating himself from the content in the just the emotions tied to when things. Don't go amazing. But i have not been able to do that yet. It's still really affects me. Because of how much put in. I think i feel you lately. I've been watching other people's interviews in interviewers always the one talking the whole time and i'm like shut up. You brought the guests on for reason. But i wanna feel you man like we put out a video yesterday and it did great and i'm also kirsty. What's great like what means to you and it's just like the rest of the day. I'm kinda i don't even subconsciously. Unaware how much it bothers me for me. I have to remember. It's like keep going like not every rockstar or rapper. Done every songs a banger. And so i kinda keep going with that. And then i think a lot of times. I'm like that. I at least put out what i wanted to put out. You know it still bothers. But yet i remind myself of that like i still did the video i wanted to do for me. There's also the part of the fact that all of my videos are sponsored. Know it is a business. And i know that. If i'm not getting the views or not getting the conversions for for the brands it is going to affect more than just me. It affects the people that work for me. And you know. There's a lot riding on that and riding on the success as well amateurs metric specifically like. What's a great video launch for. You used to be before this covenant and views for mayor down about thirty percent so it used to be so a good video earn average video before would hit one hundred seventy five thousand views in a day twenty four hours and then right it's all relative you know in a in a a good video would do to twenty five to fifty a great video would do three hundred three hundred fifty and so an absolute atrocious video would do under a hundred and so now the average is if it does one hundred ten. That's a good video if it does one hundred fifty. It's great video. And so yeah so you don't have really have an answer. I was hoping you have some wisdom in there about like i go and i have like a blueberry scone and that makes my day better afterwards like is there any wisdom about i exercise a lot. Exercising typically is how. I manage the stress but yeah just go out for a run or walk and listen to music and sort of decompress and realize that you know there's always tomorrow and so you're always like okay that next piece of content tomorrow is gonna crush it. I i know it. There's always tomorrow put out four videos a week. There's always tomorrow you never know when the next one's going to do really well. Can i give you some feedback or just gonna question. Some suggestions said okay. Can i get permission your permission to what. Yeah thanks to know. People give me feedback. I didn't ask for it now. Thank you know no so one for every video you put out. Are you emailing your entire audience. Know the difference when we email out of video versus not emailing out of video is like magnitudes. It's probably between like a normal video if we just put on youtube and pray to the youtube. God's get views it's like a thousand or two thousand videos. It's like a pretty okay video. The video is literally it's in like doubles. It goes from two to five and it's pretty much like all right. We're guaranteed that our audience will see it versus. Now you're kinda subjugated to youtube 's deciding whether you're going to get shown or not in you know you don't wanna be at their mercy. No you don't so just something to think about it. I'm like i just went to your site alpha mta i. I am dot com and as well as in marino dot com. You don't aggressively collect emails there. It seems like a low hanging fruit and then every email or at least twice a week or emails probably can put you back up to two hundred just from your own audience. You're one of the biggest youtubers especially in the image and fashion. How come you don't have a team doing your thumbnails in your editing and your title so we have a team that we built. I mean we're at eighty thousand subs and we do have money from our company up sumo. But i'm kind of surprised that you don't build a team around it. no no. It's the one thing that i really love do. So why would i outsource that. I love the process. I love the filming. I love the editing. I love the thumbnails. Even though it takes time. You know. When i think about sort of how i got started in this because i loved the how close i could get to people so for me. If that's sort of the price. I have to pay you know few hours a day in creating content. 'cause literally i mean. It takes me an hour to film a video. Our to edit you know the thumbnail a guy who helps me on on nails where i i. Just don't have any photoshop skills for three hours in a work. Four days. A week you know. I can build a multi multi multi multimillion dollar business from it. I'll keep doing it. And i enjoy it and so it's the price i pay well. As two things there. I'm just going to highlighting. Such an important point is that a lot of people will outsource things they love. And i'm like well if you love that do it. Then that's awesome. It's honestly a nice reminder from to hear that from you. The second thing that i'm just how many multimillions.

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

03:51 min | 3 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Trainer and business consultant at the shoulder. Group with when people thrive companies thrive podcast. So the last few weeks. And there i say. The last many months have really put into perspective how we respond and react to situations. I've talked before about the difference between fast thinking and slow thinking. The fast thinking is where we re act immediately. It's that lizard brain the amid the la the fight or flight response contrast that with slow thinking. Which is we do our best to not react immediately. We slow down. We think we take everything into consideration and then we might respond or take action. We have to get out of our heads. We spend all this time in our heads. And it's mostly that fast thinking and it gets us into trouble when we are in that fast thinking that constantly responding reacting where is the piece we do not find peace in constant reaction. I believe we find peace in quiet contemplation in not reacting taking our time to thank observe analyse reflect and then take the best action because then we are doing it from that place whatever that place maybe as opposed to. Oh my. gosh this happened. And i have to react like this. I have to send the email. I have to make the phone call. I have to make my stance known. And wow that really does not serve us. There's this concept of be do have as opposed to have do be in that latter concept of have do be. It's if i have everything. I need and desire and i do things i take action accordingly. Then i will be the person i want to be flipped. Sat around to be do have how about i be the person i would like to be. And then i will take action from that place. And then as a result i will have the things situations circumstance people in my life that i desire when we are constantly reacting. That's in that do phase. We need to go to that. Be.

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"This is dawn schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the.

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Consultant at the shoulder group with when people thrive companies Thrive podcast. I believe I have talked before about the book The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. And when I read that book years ago the metaphor, he used stayed with me until this very day probably will for the rest of my life. In his book he talks about how each of us is in our own movie. We are the writer director producer main actor or actress. And everyone else around us and in the world is our Supporting Cast. I love this metaphor because I think it's accurate and I took it a step further and I imagine each of us walking down the street and it's as if we are in our individual separate bubbles of our own movies, so we're walking down the street dead in our own movies playing our own movies writing directing producing them. And each of us is a supporting actor or actress. So that means if I pass you on the street, you are supporting actor or actress in my movie. On the other hand for you. I pass you on the street and I am simply a supporting character in your movie. This is why. We make up a whole lot of stories about things. That person hasn't responded to my email in three days. I must have offended him. He must be mad at me. What a jerk he is and we go on and on and on and on because it's about us in our movie The only reason that somebody would not respond would be because of us. It's all about us and we can't help that because we are in that bubble. Often we find out. Oh something happened. Maybe something good. Like they won a trip to Hawaii or perhaps something bad. Most of the time when they come back to us the truth of what they tell us. Greatly differs from the stories. We've made up in our heads. Those stories we have made up in our heads are a result of the movie. We have running not just in the background, but sometimes in the foreground. Again in our movies. We are the writer director producer and main star. And because the movie is continually running we are continually writing the script. So everything that happens needs to be integrated into the script of our movie human nature. We cannot really dead eliminate that from how we operate in the world. what we can do is be conscious of That we have this movie running in our heads and we are making up stories. We are writing the scripts as a result. Let's go to Advanced movie making class and realize other.

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

03:11 min | 5 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"This is Don Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group with when people thrive companies Thrive podcast. Several weeks ago we were doing one of our bi-weekly strategy meetings with one of our corporate clients leadership team and what came out was how often very overwhelmed and stressed they were they were getting ready to head into their busy as quarter. And of course, this is after months and months of doing business differently because of covid-19. What we heard from them ended up becoming pretty commonplace with most of our clients and it was this phenomenon of life every day feeling like they couldn't get to the things that were really important. They were constantly putting out fires responding to emails or calls phone calls unexpected Zoom meetings along with of course regularly scheduled meetings. They felt like they were spending all day in their email and their slack channels and their teens accounts and never getting anything done. We try to introduce the concept of blocking out time to work on those important projects or that off on the business kind of activity and tasks. Shutting off email and the phones during that time. But it's really hard. When you have this concept or you feel like your clients and customers have this expectation that you are available that you are there and ready to serve that you are approachable that you are responsive. As much as this modern world with all of its technology. Can serve us and be helpful for us. I think what happens is we end up becoming a slave to that very same technology that is supposed to be free us up. Since we have our smartphones with our email on it and our smartphones seem to live next to us all the time. Then we are immediately accessible via email or a phone call or a text or some other direct message. Because we have this amazing technology right here in our phones. How many times does it happen to you? Because it has happened to me multiple times that someone sends me an email and.

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"This is Don Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group with when people thrive companies Thrive podcast. Several weeks ago we were doing one of our bi-weekly strategy meetings with one of our corporate clients leadership team and what came out was how often very overwhelmed and stressed they were they were getting ready to head into their busy as quarter. And of course, this is after months and months of doing business differently because of covid-19. What we heard from them ended up becoming pretty commonplace with most of our clients and it was this phenomenon of life every day feeling like they couldn't get to the things that were really important. They were constantly putting out fires responding to emails or calls phone calls unexpected Zoom meetings along with of course regularly scheduled meetings. They felt like they were spending all day in their email and their slack channels and their teens accounts and never getting anything done. We try to introduce the concept of blocking out time to work on those important projects or that off on the business kind of activity and tasks. Shutting off email and the phones during that time. But it's really hard. When you have this concept or you feel like your clients and customers have this expectation that you are available that you are there and ready to serve that you are approachable that you are responsive. As much as this modern world with all of its technology. Can serve us and be helpful for us. I think what happens is we end up becoming a slave to that very same technology that is supposed to be free us up. Since we have our smartphones with our email on it and our smartphones seem to live next to us all the time. Then we are immediately accessible via email or a phone call or a text or some other direct message. Because we have this amazing technology right here in our phones. How many times does it happen to you? Because it has happened to me multiple times that someone sends me an email and.

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Don Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group with the People Thrive Companies Thrive podcast. In the last episode I mentioned that I was feeling at capacity. And it came to a head for me. When I realized, I was really tired of my Home Office. Because, of course, for the last five and a half to six months. Bat. is where I have been working now more networking events, no more onsite client trainings. No more meeting with prospects or clients at a restaurant or a cafe or their office. That was all done in Kaput. When I realized that I was having this issue. There is also the sense of. What can I do about it? Yes I can be more creative and that was the point of that last episode. So if you haven't listened to that, you might want to go take a quick listen. Yes, I can be more creative. and. I'm still feeling it capacity in. A can't focused and not motivated. And that day was not a happy day for me. I feel that I'm very self aware I can usually tell. What's going on with me and why? And that usually helps me create a solution. So that evening. was supposed to be our weekly. Watch something we've seen before. While, I quilt and mark. Organizes something photos, desk drawers, files, etc.. And it's a way to keep projects moving. While were having fun watching something we seen before. I was thinking of the different movies we would watch. Now. You have to understand that mark, I are huge movie fans. We have our favorites we have movies we've watched ten fifteen, twenty times. We quote movies all the time we feel like that's part of our language. Quoting movies has become shorthand which can make life easier and maybe even more fun. So it wasn't as if. Our quilting in organizing night was going to be this onerous thing. Every movie I thought of all of our favorites. I just had this..

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Is dawn, Schuler certified trainer and Business Consultant at the Shaw Group with the people, thrive companies thrive podcast. Today I want to talk about having the hard conversations. The reason we call them hard conversations is because they are hard to have. We don't want to have them. And so many of us avoid. Those conversations. We say things like I hate conflict or I avoid conflict at all cost. And that is true. The fact that there is a cost. First? Let's talk about what some of those hard conversations might be about. You're not doing enough. I'm upset by filling the blank. I don't like what you're doing. I don't like how you're treating me. What you're doing. Is Offensive to others. No usually in response to a request. And of course, probably one of the hardest conversations to have in the workplace anyway is. You're fired. Or we're letting you go. Most of those topics didn't sound pleasant they. Hence we avoid. Conversations. We stuff the feelings. We have around them, which makes it worse? I use the analogy of trying to hold a beach ball. Under the pool, water. If, you can imagine that. You're in a swimming pool. Have one of those cheap thin plastic inflated beach falls. And you're trying to pushing in submerged under the water. Of course what happens? It doesn't just resist being submerged. Eventually. If you let it go, it will explode out of the water. Now that's a fun game to play in the pool. But not so fun a- game with one's emotions. That is what happens when we try to push down our feelings. Either logically. Well that doesn't make sense. Rhino doesn't seem to make sense that I'm feeling this way, or it will get better, or I know they didn't mean it rhino. They don't know any better. Our feelings are just as valid. As the logic king out. Of something that's going on. But when we try to resist them. Submerged them so to speak. They will burst out and explode out.

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

04:20 min | 8 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Chiller certified trainer and business consultant at the shore group. With the people thrive company size podcast. A few weeks ago, my business partner fellow consultant and has been mark. was on a strategy session with one of our clients. He is a leader of a department. With staff underneath him. And as with most managers and leaders. There are challenges that pop up all the time. Luckily. Our client has us on staff so to speak to help work out some of these challenges. Well the topic of this particular call was. How do you empower your staff? You want them to do their jobs. You want them to do them well. You want them to be able to be self, sufficient and independent. But. How do you really make that happen? A manager's job is two-fold. You have to manage the. Which means you are responsible for their results. You may also have your own duties that are above, and beyond the actual managing of others. So, not only. Do you have your own duties to perform and perform well? But you're also tasked with. Overseeing the your team. Department. Does a good job. Performs well and delivers the results they're supposed to. So part of your job is to make sure that your team in staff department. Gets the results that they're supposed to? How do you make that happen? Well some managers. Go the tyrannical micromanaging out. Where they're poor. Little employees cannot make a move unless it is approved. By their manager. We wholeheartedly believe that is extremely inefficient for one. If. You have to oversee everything. He might as well do it yourself. It's also taking time away from the other job. Duties that you are supposed to be performing. Even more importantly. However is the fact that you are not allowing your people. To have the unity. To shine. To be in their own brilliance. To grow and evolve and develop. That is. One of the roles we believe of great leaders and managers. The you do what ever it is you can do. To make sure..

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05:19 min | 8 months ago

In House vs. Consultancy

"Well all right alex. Hey great talking to you again really appreciate your time. we're back for some more design intent. Myself tony orlando. Daniel phipps aaron hernandez and of course the creator founder. Alex you'll have to pronounce your last name for us. Alex this niece okay. Well let's go. The ad is okay so similar site so happy to talk to you guys Maybe we can you introduce yourself of where you guys worked So the the reason why we gather today is because. I won't do this interview because i often have. This kris jenner of You should be working in their constituency our in house because Differences that can happen at the end of doing years of working. In hostile working inconsistency you will have a very different skaters. So that's why. I think it's it's good to have both side here on in this interview. we antonio who Will introducing serve but is basically designed neither at delta and we have a daniel simpson everyone who are like with fund design. Now at so we really to weld one with the in house we've constituency so that's Good interview to learn on the. What are the pros and cons of each side. Yeah i think that's good. That's a good topic. I know i have people asking me that all the time. I'll let you go first daniel since you're okay you've kind of been around in both worlds. Sure i have the i. I don't know fifteen years of my career. Kinda bounced back and forth a little So right now. I'm with access design actually started the company in two thousand and five so i guess Two thousand and twenty. That would be fifteen years prior to that. I worked for a couple of different Companies delving one of them. I worked for ibm and then another one and in between there i worked at a short stint at it consulting company up in the chicago area as well so for the first part of my career bounced back and forth a little bit and then i kinda finally may finally made the decision of okay thank the consulting thing is is a good place for me to rest for a while and so. That's what i've been doing since. Two thousand and five fifteen years running running your own small business correct consulting for various companies all over the country to some more for international companies as well So yeah and for the record. I've actually hired dan quite a bit to do work for me. Working adele so I'll i'll give a quick introduction of myself. I'll give a bit of a history later. I'll let aaron kinda talk about his his role. But i'm antonio designed enter for latitude no dell and i've been with dell thirteen years now but i've been in the industry for quite a long time erin so my name is aaron and i work here with daniel. I had access. I've been here for a little bit over two years two and a half years and a half years and this is all the experience or real real world. experience have had And i know it's a. It's a huge question whenever you're graduating or you're about to graduate or you're in school it's like what wh- what what she do. She go the consultant route or the more corporate route so i hope People get to learn how many years of experience you have in the field. Two and a half advocate. So that's that's you can give us the formula have i did. I have twenty years of experience. In most of it is inconsistency so we we have like like a goo- good of people different spectrum invasions on the same on this. I if one thing i would say that anybody getting out and design new in the design world or even established the design where i think the most single most important thing he can do is make sure that the the mentor that you work for or with is the right mentor for you. I i think that's you know my career was was the last with with really fantastic. Mentors when i would start at. Ibm right out of graduate school. And if it wasn't for those guys in al i'll name them John swansea was probably the first designer that i worked for for a long time who retired from ibm lenovo a few years ago. He worked there for over twenty five years. I

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Bowl This is Dawn Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter when we talk about employee engagement as a two way street and one of our pieces of the pie is communication what we mean okay that is there needs to be communication from both sides it's not just the manager telling the employees what he expects what the zolt he wants our it's also the employees speaking about the conditions of her workplace of priorities needing more guidance in certain areas or less guidance and and certain other ones it's that two-way dance of communication and feedback and it's both sides so for example we know of young employee who is doing an amazing job in her position she's been in the position for about six months she's even gotten employee of the month for two months once in a row and she feels completely overwhelmed she is stressed she leaves most days feeling like she's a failure because there are so many things left undone on her to do list she's being asked if certain projects have been completed and she's trying to get them completed by the deadline Bayer supposed to be completed the problem is things keep getting piled onto her plate and she's not saying anything part of it is because she expects from herself we all have very high expectations of ourselves don't we that she should is be able to get it all done she could work faster more efficiently she could come up with a better system or a process to get it all done and the fact of the matter is it may not be that she can actually get it all done there's a story of when and my husband mark before we got married but we were an item we were we were a thing we were a couple decided to move from California to Maryland and so he drove out here and his car full of stuff and six months later we flew back out to California to get the rest of us from a storage unit we gave ourselves three days to clean out the storage unit and then drive the Penski truck across the United States from California Maryland we had it all planned out wonderfully well the problem is this job that we had lauded three days to was a five day job and no matter how we sliced it no matter how much harder or longer we worked this five day job was going to take five days not three not four but five at one point probably by day two and a half when we realized we aren't finishing this tomorrow even if we stayed up all night worked around the clock there is no way we can finish it we said well maybe it's a four day job and so we get into day three same thing it really doesn't matter if we work all night long and into the next day day four it's not going to get done it really needs to be a five day job and by the end of the five days we got the entire storage unit cleaned out into the truck it was it was a huge endeavor and while that was not a great experience a lot of stress all of it doesn't matter how I have arranged things or scheduled things to complete particular project this project is going to take as long as it takes an just because I've arbitrarily chosen three days because that's the amount of time I thought we had it was a five day job and it was outside of our control now says we had having that experience taught me I only have so much control over hosting duties enrolls it's actually not possible for her to get it all done.

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"And business consultant at shula the group with the people thrive companies thrive podcast today. I wanna talk about the long game versus the short game and you probably would agree with me that if you had to choose. Are you going for the long haul argue going for sustainability. Are you going for lasting into the future. Are you going for the war. Are you just going for how much you can get now the the battle so to speak etc and you'd probably say yeah going for the long game. It's the long game. What does it really are. Your actions really short game actions or long game actions. Give you an example. There is a local company company whose focus was on providing their service to larger companies and of course there's there's more impact when you are working with larger companies and corporations because then you're reaching more people in that company in that corporation and of course it's more lucrative for the business. That was the focus that was the mission. That was the goal all of the sudden uh-huh this company. Let's call them a._b._c. Widgets decided to go after individuals walls and try to sell their services and product to individual employees with the hopes that the employees would then go to management went to the corporate leadership and say hey wouldn't it be great if you provided this great service and product to all the employees employees to me that completely sir shifted the focus from the long game witches his let's go out and make more of an impact create more revenues be able to spread the word about what we're doing in a much bigger way with our long game versus his onesie tuesay one by one short game and let's look at that if you've got this great product or service and you're going to sell it to company for use of all their employees. Aren't you going to spread the word faster. If that company of say two hundred employees they're using it and then they're telling their friends and then of course those friends could go to their own corporate leadership and say hey that other company has this we want this to but but that word spreads much faster as opposed to john smith buys the product or service and yes maybe maybe he tells five friends or tries to talk to management but that's really slow as opposed to two hundred people who are doing that and i have to say. I was really flabbergasted by that very left. Turn shift in <unk> focus and market and maybe it's because it's easier. It's easier to sell to an individual that individual is going to make that sales decision decision that buying decision probably more quickly and easily then accompany on behalf of its entire workforce and i know now our company the shooter group we work with larger companies corporations and organizations. Is it a longer sale cycle absolutely is it sometimes frustrating to get to the decision makers you betcha but when we they do get in the door and we do sell our services. Are we making a bigger impact absolutely and that's one of the reasons why we keep our eye on the long game now every organization whether it's profit or nonprofit needs to be able to be in the black even a nonprofit. They are still running a business. It just looks a little different friend from a for profit business. Every organization's goal is to have their bottom line being the positive live not in the negative and with that being said then there's the focus on the long game. Sometimes there is a short game because you do need to bring in revenues on a quick basis. You just have to make sure that your short game doesn't completely replace place your long game..

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

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"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"consultant" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"This is dawn Schuler certified trainer and business consultant at the shooter group with the people thrive companies thrive podcast. A few episodes ago, I talked about the fit between an individual and his or her environment. And in that episode gave several examples of what alignment looks like what misalignment looks like that. There could be a misalignment with the individual in the environment or with the environment and the individual. Well, one of the things that I mentioned is that there are many factors that make up an individual's environment, and that that concept of all the different factors that make up an environment could be a podcast episode unto itself, hence this episode. So when we think about all the different factors that make up one's environment. It's almost an endless list because we I think of an environment as the physical space an individual is in, but it goes far far beyond that from intangible potential factors. So let's start from the inside and work. Our way out I'm going to give you as many examples and concepts as I can. But by no means am I going to name them all. I bet I will miss them. And that you will be able to identify some things that I've missed, but this is just a list of some of the things that that come up in an obvious manner. Some other things that we hear the Shula group. Excel in looking at different factors, different environmental factors, and others. Are just commonsense. So we're going to start from the inside out. So you have an individual and his environment consists of his internal state, whether he feels well or ill what's going on in his mind. Is he distracted is he engaged? And so you look at things like physical health, you look at things like what's going on in his personal life that may be taking up brain space. So his internal environment can cover the Kamat from mental too. To physical within his own body in mind. Now, let's expand a little bit outward and think of him sitting at his desk in a typical standard office while he sitting at his desk. There's the chair there's the desk, there's probably all sorts of equipment. His computer his monitors his phone printer. How far does he have to walk to get to the printer that all is part of the environment as well? Is he comfortable in the chair in which he sitting is the desk at the right height? All of these things contribute to his immediate physical environment outward environment, we should say. And then we look at things at mate make his job easier or maybe not so much easier. Does he have to monitors three mothers have a stand up desk is his computer? Keyboard one that he likes I say that because my daughter just came home for spring break, and she was doing something on my computer in my office. And she said, oh, I hate your keyboard? How do you tape on this? And I feel the same way about my husband, Mark's keyboard? He has one of those divided keyboards. I can't stand it. But those all contribute to that environment right about a mouse is there is an ergonomic mouse. If the person has to use a phone a lot is there a headset to that? The person doesn't have to creek the neck to to hold the phone. Is there a speaker phone what you know, what what are those equipment pieces of the office in how're those on? Then let's expand a little bit out from the desk in the chair and look at what is his office. Is it a partial cubicle wall? Is it an actual office? With Florida's ceiling walls are their windows in this office space is he allowed to have personal items pictures of his family award certificates a plant little Chachi, figurines,

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"consultant" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"consultant" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"You probably heard that story the the restaurant wasn't doing that well they can the consultant the consultant they want the consultant you know hang out in the restaurant and give them give them ideas about everything from the lighting to the texture to the type of plates and then another guy came in like you or i would and said what is that smell it stinks in here so it's a great lesson if you're restaurant stinks no one's going to want to eat there because nobody wants to eat someplace that smells gross end of subject and if you check that historically that's why when you go to little italy you'll find a small corner out of the way restaurant that has the same chairs they had in one thousand nine hundred sixty and the same counter and hex sometimes the same waiter or waitresses but it doesn't stink it's pristine it's clean and the food is incredible they didn't need a consultant to come in and say you know i think if you change his counter to grant it you'll get more you'll get more profit everybody gets caught it caught up in that and the problem with that is unless you ask the customer the voter the client the citizen the outsider you're just gonna be loop that repeats the same garbage over and over let's go one more step with basis on why he switched.

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"consultant" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"consultant" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Seventy four flu melania and it just took so we served with the marine corps sixty one hundred seventy to any drill instructor and then he became a consultant for apocalypse now and and that got him in the movie stuff and then he was a consultant in eighty seven i guess is when they did full metal jacket by reich as eighty seven i think or knows releasing a seven so maybe it was working with them in eighty six or eighty five and he was a consultant but the different folks that were looking at are using for the drill sergeant sucked and i got two stores the one i originally saw said that in in the course of hiring the marine crudes we interviewed hundreds of guys we line them up all it didn't improvisation of the first meeting with the drill instructor structure oh but here's the thing they kubrick said no i don't want you to be in front of the camera i just want you to be a consultant for us so then he took he he recorded himself on a demo tape having tennis balls thrown at him and then yelling insults income in commands every people and that's what kubrick saw that new change the mindset.

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