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Fresh update on "reid" discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

00:35 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "reid" discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Against the super bowl. Champions and the washing football team has a defense and now has a franchise quarterback. But let's move on from this pretty bad match up last night to a marquee match up in week. Two all eyes will be on the ravens and the chiefs. What do you think. Patrick mahomes come back last week. What do you think he's doing all news. Where as i just laugh. I think back to like april twenty eight t the year he got picked and there was a list. Came out and rank all of the quarterbacks in the nfl and they had him at twenty. Eight and i stood up on the table. I'm like y'all just saw him throwing the football and texas tag right. he has the good. And he's going to andy reid. So i always anticipating a show from showtime mahomes and the cheetah kill. Who's always open but i'm focused on the other team. Actually the only one baltimore ravens. You know my favorite two coaches are john harbaugh and mike tomlin and we.

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Mahomes Dazzles as Chiefs Rally for 33-29 Win Over Browns

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Mahomes Dazzles as Chiefs Rally for 33-29 Win Over Browns

"In a game for the Cleveland Browns gambled early on fourth down to two point conversions they led by twelve points at halftime but the Kansas City Chiefs under coach Andy Reid stormed back for a thirty three twenty nine victory you know how the games again then there they were they were measuring us against them and we were kind of the same and you don't know this for okay chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes finished with three hundred thirty seven passing yards including three TD tosses and he also scored on a five yard run Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield passed for three hundred twenty one yards but had one costly interception Greg Echlin Kansas city

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Fresh update on "reid" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:34 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reid" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Wow, Jim. Thanks, man seriously opened my eyes to this capitalism at its finest folks who knew who knew there was a dumb speaker. I was unaware of this. But Jim, you know, Jim is a big market researcher. He's a home day trader. So you know, he likes to get in before the Kickstarter campaigns and always like a venture capitalist VC guy. He just searches around all day for these products that cater the crowd, and there's a very significant investment opportunity there. So thanks, Producer Jim For, uh, for finding that for us. You really appreciate speaking of people who are really dopey like AOC. I want to congratulate Joy Reid, you know, on my podcast. For the last three or four years, we have been running an ongoing not every four years, but an ongoing perpetual Olympic event called the dopey media Talking Head Olympics. There are top three. Of course, like in any Olympics. There's a gold, two silver and bronze. And for the last three years of those dopey talking heads, Brian Stelter has had that gold medal firmly entrenched around his neck. On the medal stand. No one has been able to dislodge them from that spot now. Joy Reid made a serious play. She had the bronze for awhile. Chuck Todd was the silver. She actually moved into the silver position. And ladies and gentlemen, it's a big day. Um, I would like to this happened on my podcast. It was a whole ceremony this morning on the podcast. Please don't miss it. We got graphics video, everything. It's a big day for joy. Reid, she has, finally finally Managed to get into the number one spot the gold medal in the dopey media talking Head Olympics, Joy. Thank you. It's a serious is, Uh,.

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Teacher Removed After Students Pledge Allegiance to Pride Flag

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:18 min | Last week

Teacher Removed After Students Pledge Allegiance to Pride Flag

"You probably heard dennis or one of dennis's guests hosts over the last couple of weeks talking about this. You know the teacher in california who bragged on a tick tock video that she created her own little sophie video in which she bragged about not having an american flag in her students classroom and when students wanted to stand for the pledge of allegiance the complained that they had nowhere to face because there was no flag nearby. She said yeah. I put that away during covert remember this. You've probably heard the story. I put that away. During covert. And i don't know where it is now. I'll find it at some point. It's in a box somewhere. And then she kind of giggled and her little video winky winky like. I'm never going to look for it. Because i don't want it. I don't like it. It made her uncomfortable. What a flag had to do in her classroom with cove. Nineteen restrictions is still a mystery to me but she bragged about and she giggled about and thought she was just the cutest thing in the world and when a student said where. Where do we do. Then how do we face our flag. She said face that one in pledge allegiance to that one and that one happened to be the rainbow flag the gay pride parade type of flag that she had hanging proudly in her classroom. We have since come to learn. You probably know this too so apologies. If this is redundant for you. But i want to make sure that those who don't know do now. There was another video of her parading around her classroom. During pride month in june and rainbow suspenders and rainbow close and rainbow shirts. And this and that and the other and all of the love winds this and all of the gender theory that and she's just one of these radical nutjob teachers who is there to indoctrinate and not to educate so. She suggested that the students Pledge allegiance to the gay flag. well her little Little boast And her little joy reid there on on the rainbow ended somewhat when she was removed from her classroom so she is now out of the school. She is still being paid while. The investigation is conducted. So that's kind of problematic but there's a chance maybe she'll be removed entirely from the teaching profession. Which of course she should be

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Fresh update on "reid" discussed on CompTIA Volley

CompTIA Volley

01:22 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "reid" discussed on CompTIA Volley

"Edition of volley. I'm april and i'm here with my good buddy seth robinson as always. Hi seth how you doing. Pretty well on had another Interesting encounter with an insect this week. I think i may have talked about the last time i was stunned. By something in the Unidentified bug this time but same reaction giant swelling and I'm okay but we're gonna have to. One of our guests in the future is going to have to be An insect doctor. You know some somebody that can diagnose what's going on with you as and obviously have some some problem with banham in it yes to A hoping epipens or not in my future but it's It's unfortunately this is a weird bug. It didn't sting you You know if you give it by a b or stung by a beer or waspy feel. It didn't feel anything. Saw the bug though killed it. It was not a big one. And i have no idea what it was but same reaction so i think my body just has a histamine overdrive. Maybe it's actually the other way like maybe this thing was like super poisonous. Like normal human would have just killed over dead near bobby dislike the armed swells up but you know the the immune system is fighting. It ain't so maybe. I'm a superhero. That's my that's my special power always wanted in visibility to be my how my superpower but we don't get to choose i guess yeah the ability to fight off venom so anyway good to talk to you and we. We have a guest this week so we do have a. It's it's not about dr But we do have a guest from here at contra actually part of the county tech career academy mark plunkett is the vice president of custom training over with the academy and marksman with compu- for awhile now Originally in sales right mark yes. Sixteen years somehow hit in the middle east and nearly seven years in the. Us now says it's been been an adventure. The you now you. You travel with the current job. But you're not quite as as far flung as you used to be that right less less traveled on the lobster coupla issue before that it was traveling around the us predominantly wearing the custom training. Business in kadam. It seemed like you should stay away from australia with the the traction of bugs that could be dangerous trip. But but yeah delay. You know the the bucket list ship to the amazon or anything like that right alone. Travel brought to that. The last couple of years sent much. We diverge andy reid rule dining and yes sandy meetings and progressive of deals opportunities in that way though. Yeah yeah..

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Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last week

Joy Reid Promotes False Story About Ohio Patients Overdosing on Ivermectin

"They're falling apart. People are taking horse space diver Mactan Jim overflowing ODS everywhere. Oh, Diz! ALS all over the place. Everyone. Oh, ding! Oh, my God. I took horse piece They Oklahoma hospitals. It's so much so the Rolling Stone story so much so horse Pacers in Oklahoma. That they're not even taking gunshot wounds anymore. Jim, You believe that you walk in You're like I've been shot. What happened? Nine millimeters and chest the bucket to make it hold on. We got a horse paste. Er, there's our Sir Horse Pacer. Come on over a gunshot guy bleeding. I'm collapsed Lung. We'll get to you in a couple hours. Go back home. Take an aspirin. Call me in the morning. Horse Pacers. Come on. So joy Reid is so stupid. She didn't even think to have someone call the hospital. About the horse Basters overdosing Joyce. Too dumb. So Joy, of course, brought the story on her shelf for the umpteenth 1000 time getting completely humiliated because she doesn't follow the Bongino rule. What's the Bongino rule? Anytime you see a stupid story about coronavirus or Donald Trump? It's probably a lie. Wait 72 hours and it will be the bunk. If Joy would apply this rule. If joy would have went right to the police. None of this would have ever happened. She doesn't seem to get that joy. If she would just wait the 72 hours. This kind of stuff wouldn't happen, Jim Play cut. Six. Here's Joy Reid hilariously dolling out the misinformation as she repeats the horse space talks. Check this out, so things are clearly bad. But they're being made even worse by people who have refused to take the vaccine and instead are swallowing horse paste. Emergency room in one rural Oklahoma town is being overwhelmed by people overdosing on ivermectin, the horse deworming medication. It's gotten so bad that gunshot victims gunshot victims are having to wait to be treated. Yeah.

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Taliban Take Over Afghanistan: What We Know

The Politics Guys

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Taliban Take Over Afghanistan: What We Know

"Okay jay so. I think we will start with. I know we will start with the topic that dominated the news this week afghanistan. Yes unusually Listeners know we be set this up. Where either mike reid as a summary of what's happened in sort of gives a synopsis of of the news that we're gonna be talking about And i'm not as good at that as mike is and unfortunately there is a whole lot to try to impress but i guess the short version. Obviously we've we've got last week The taliban took control of kabul with the exception of the airport which the united states still holds with six thousand troops united states had issued a shelter in place order for americans trying to get out at that time. There that has since there's been state department guidemap guidance. That is since come out saying. Please try to make your way to the kabul airport but we cannot Guarantee your security president. Joe biden Made no numerous numerous a couple. Couple statements of beginning an on tuesday then there was a an interview with george stephanopoulos and then another Press conference just yesterday. The increasing concern of of mind. Mike and you. And i will talk about sort of the bigger picture. Nation building stuff too but is there. It seems that what the president has said Compared with some of his military advisers say regarding our capabilities to get people out is really to me chilling. I guess You had secretary. Lloyd austin say that. We didn't have the capability to pull our people out individually to go to outside the airport to get them now. The french and the british and the germans Have been doing. This

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Oklahoma Health Officials Awaiting Guidance on Third

The Ric Edelman Show

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Oklahoma Health Officials Awaiting Guidance on Third

"Commissioner Keith Reid says the State Health Department is prepared to administer third doses of the Covid 19 vaccine once it receives approval and final guidance from the FDA and the C D. C. This rollout should follow a natural progression Such that are most vulnerable populations, including Oklahoma's 65 Plus and our health care workers should receive it first. And then it will open up to all. Oklahoma Federal government says booster shots will be available to all beginning the week of September. 20th. Oklahoma U. S.

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Joy Reid Calls Charlie Kirk 'The Annoying Orange': 'Cry More Dear'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:08 min | Last month

Joy Reid Calls Charlie Kirk 'The Annoying Orange': 'Cry More Dear'

"Listen to this exchange about charlie kirk charlie kirk and. A lot of us are saying all right. We're going to bring all these thousands of people in from afghanistan. Chris cuomo demanding. We take every one of them. There's millions of people afghanistan. we're gonna take them all but to even ask that question. You're a racist. You're a bigot. A xenophobe and cries more dear. That's the that's the refrain of joy reid. One of the stars of msnbc. Well i was gonna say. There's one person i know who doesn't worry about it. They know being outside is happening. There's i don't remember his name. I think he looks like the annoying orange. What is his name. Charlie charlie kirk who literally said that what he fears is that they'll be millions of you. He named you by name. If you even want to be bothered with responding to him. I wanna give you the opportunity. He needs geography classes. And somebody needs to send him a gloat. Maybe from afghanistan. i'm from somalia and somali refugees in this country and many of them are prospering. Just as i have and you know that man and others can cry about it but the reality is this is a country that welcomes refugees and then on just welcome refugees. They said wednesday contrast there you go in my my advice to what is his name. Charlie crimor dear because we are going to be an open country just as the statue of liberty and going nowhere congresswoman ilan omar. Thank you and she clever. She pretends she doesn't know his name and she kept looking down pretending. Like what believe me. She does that a lot. Read her tweets. She's the one that got in trouble over the horrible things. She put on social media in the past and then pretended she was hacked. That'll gag. that'll gag. She is so so despicable. And you could just the cry more dear. Well you'll be crying some more when you wake up Election day

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2021 QB Consensus Rankings: Who Takes the No 1 Spot?

Fantasy Football Overtime

02:13 min | Last month

2021 QB Consensus Rankings: Who Takes the No 1 Spot?

"Jump into our consensus rank. So is what we did here for. Anybody that doesn't understand. Consensus ranking each of awesome rank our quarterbacks from one to thirty two and then we come up with the kind of the average comes up with the consensus. I did thirty three. i'd include sam darnold. Oh okay wow. I'd so our number one quarterback. God mahomes a sexy. Is patrick mahomes. Hattie mahomes no surprises. Mahomes being number one. I think he's pretty much. Everyone's consensus one going into the quarterback position this year except for you. Thanks trial a segue. I have lamar. Jackson has my number one no surprise. Probably based off the trivia. Very lamar related both because of his his rushing upside by yes. Mahomes is not a far distant to put it that way over his last year's starter he finished as qb one in two thousand eighteen. He was cube seven and two thousand nineteen and he missed two and a half games that season and then he was q. Before last year missing a game if mahomes plays all seventeen games. He's a guaranteed top five quarterback with potential. Qb one overall like we've seen in the past and unlike the next four or five guys. He doesn't offer a huge amount of rushing upside. he does offer two to three hundred dollars. but much difference than you know. You're rushing upside type quarterback yeah. He has the highest ceiling of any quarterback. And as safe of a floor is any quarterback. And i think that's a really really important combination to have. It's crazy how consistent. He's been with the fact that he isn't a huge rushing quarterback. He certainly runs more than a lot of other quarterbacks in the league but he does it through the air. He's averaged over twenty four fantasy points per game since entering the league. Which is absolutely incredible. He's got the best weapons in the. Nfl andy. reid is a phenomenal head coach. He is so safe as long as he is healthy. Yeah i agree with that. I just disagree on the part where you said. He has the highest upside. Because i don't think he does. I think lavar does just his rushing and you can project the marta have more passing yards. You can't really project. Mahomes rushmore the only argument against that. I don't think he has the highest potential. Now that we've seen what lamar can

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Pujols Homers Against Team That Cut Him, Dodgers Beat Angels

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Pujols Homers Against Team That Cut Him, Dodgers Beat Angels

"Walker Buehler grinded through six innings to get his twelfth win as the Dodgers beat the angels eight to two a spokesman not not very good today but similar stuff in in some spots was good so you're looking to get out there with with the one run Buehler struck out eight but walked four he lowered his season earned run average to two point one three LA got off to a big start scoring two in the first and three in the second off Reid Detmers Dodgers got two run homers from Albert Pujols and Cody Bellinger AJ Pollock had a three hit day driving into dealers now twelve into Denver's is owing to mark Myers Los Angeles

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The Media Failed to Investigate Tara Reade's Allegation Against Joe Biden

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last month

The Media Failed to Investigate Tara Reade's Allegation Against Joe Biden

"And he's not the only one there. At least five other Democrat governors Newsome Whitmer. Pritzker. The doofus in New Jersey. Whatever Murphy Wolf, Pennsylvania. Other Notorious types. Did exactly the same thing. I cost a lot of people their lives. And it's so damnable because their Children and grandchildren couldn't she even comfort them in the last moments of their lives. They weren't allowed into the hospitals into the rooms. Shameful. Absolutely shameful. This is why There should have been pressure. And common to resign. This is why he should have been impeached. Then, when it comes to Allegations of sexual Molestation. Terror reads allegation against Joe Biden. Is more severe than anything the 11 women have said, and I make no excuses for Cuomo. None whatsoever. He's a pig. But how is it the terror? Reid's allegations didn't receive the same kind of investigative attention. Because she accused Robaina molesting her. What would be defined today is rape. And Other than honestly anticipate credit where credits to other than Mika Brzezinski. Nobody had a chance where nobody was allowed. I supposed to really question Biden. Nobody really wanted to The Praetorian Guard Biden media that had access to him. Just accepted what he

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Jan. 6 Hearing Opens as Police Detail Violence, Injuries

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Jan. 6 Hearing Opens as Police Detail Violence, Injuries

"The house committee investigating January's capital Reid has opened its first hearing with a focus on officers who were attacked I reported for duty at the capitol as usual early on the morning of January six from Vera capitol police officer Harry don and three law enforcement colleagues described a day of horror writers breaching the building while beating officers I could feel my myself losing oxygen recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending the sanctions I had been beaten unconscious and remained so for more than four minutes at best I would collapse and be a liability to my colleagues at worst be dragged down the crowd and lynched the officers are testifying before a panel with just two Republicans appointed by speaker Nancy Pelosi GOP leader Kevin McCarthy stopped other members from taking part calling the investigation a sham Sager made on me at the White House

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In Virginia, Military Veterans Take on Their Next Mission: Farming

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:43 min | 2 months ago

In Virginia, Military Veterans Take on Their Next Mission: Farming

"Almost half of America's farmers are planning to retire in the next five years, and it's not clear who will replace them. But a group in Alexandria may have a solution. They're working to introduce veterans to farming. As CBS national correspondent Chip Reid tells US vets and farmers have a lot in common. Jenny has camp spent 15 years as a United States Marine. Now she's a farmer with a focus on flowers. These are what I want. She learned the science and the art of farming here at Arcadia Farm in Alexandria, Virginia, on land once owned by George Washington. It's exhausting. It's hot. It's buggy, and it's the most satisfying and the happiest I've ever been. She began three years ago in Arcadia's part time veteran Farmer Reserve program that gives veterans and opportunity to decide if farming is for them. For her. It was a perfect fit. I think it's an incredible program for veterans transitioning from years of service into the next career, she now farms here full time and dreams of one day having a small farm of her own. Pamela Hess is executive director of Arcadia Farm and helped create the veteran farmer program. The goal is to give veterans an opportunity to earn a living in a new but surprisingly similar. Walk of life. They can work in all temperatures. They can carry very heavy loads. They're great at long term planning. They are not freaked out by crisis. Farmers and military folks have a very similar mindset when it comes to their work. Farming is a mission oriented business in the same way that military mission is you can't stop at five o'clock you stop when the mission is

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Report Directly Links Joe Biden to Hunter Biden's International Dealings

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Report Directly Links Joe Biden to Hunter Biden's International Dealings

"The Obama years to send information he was getting from the State Department is vice president. To his globetrotting foreign dealmaking son Hunter by now, If the Republicans control the house of the Senate, they'd be able to look into this. The Democrat Party is going to cover it up. CNN and MSNBC cover it up. The New York Times Washington Post. Don't give it. You know what? Neither do the networks. This corrupt Don't think poisonous American destroying administration. Messages sometimes signed Dad from the email account. Robin wear 456 at gmail dot com were found on Hunter Biden's laptops seized by the FBI in December, 2019. From a Delaware computer shop owner. Hey, don't touch Twitter. Don't tell Facebook. They don't want to hear it. Don't tell Joy Reid don't tell the view and the Yenta is there. They don't want to hear it. How about you, Jake? Fake tapper if you tapped out Yes, you have You know it. And what about angry and bitter, angry, and Mitchell went angry and make him Jeremy Bar where? Jeremy Bar, Mr Bodies. We heard from Jeremy Bar lately. Some questions. I would like this. Shut up, you pimple faced little puke. Where were we? Some of the messages from the vice president to his son obtained by jest. The news We're deeply personal. Others were political in nature. And still others clearly address business matters often fording information coming from senior officials in the White House, the State Department and other government agencies. Okay, is the U. S attorney's office who indicted Mr Barack Today. Are they now going to issue indictments against the Biden family? How about you chicks? Are you going to do it or not?

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Police Testimony Will Lead off Panel's First Jan. 6 Hearing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Police Testimony Will Lead off Panel's First Jan. 6 Hearing

"The new house panel investigating the capital Reid expects to hold its first public hearing this month with some forgotten witnesses chairman Bennie Thompson tells the AP other committees I've already heard from top officials like the capital's police chief he wants to hear from the rank and file not just those who fought back the attack but the custodial staff that cleaned up afterward how they felt we need to hear what people who broke into the capital stay at two of them Thompson says that'll set the tone for the investigation many first responders push for an independent probe of the attack which Senate Republicans blocked Thompson has not said if the panel will call ex president trump to testify but says nobody is off limits Sager made Connie at the White House

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RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked

Cyber Security Headlines

02:24 min | 2 months ago

RNC Says One of Its Contractors Was Hacked

"Russian. Ap targets republican national committee bloomberg sources. Say the threat actors were part of. Ap twenty nine or cozy bear previously tied to the solo in supply chain attack and the democratic national committee breach of two thousand. Sixteen in response to the report rnc spokesperson. Mike reid said there is no indication. The rnc was hacked or any rnc information was stolen. Read went on to say an attack was detected but administrators acted to block all access to its cloud environment and furthermore with microsoft to review their systems white house urges mayors too review cybersecurity posture at a virtual meeting with the bipartisan. Us conference of mayors deputy national security adviser and neuberger urged us mayors to meet with state agencies chiefs to properly evaluate their cyber security posture. The biden administration also reiterated. They would provide additional resources for mayors to shore up defences with the fbi and cyber security and infrastructure security agency tasked to provide assistance. This comes as local and state. Governments are increasingly targets of ransomware with the fbi issuing a public service announcement about the growing threat last year. Incomplete print nightmare emergency patch released. Microsoft issued the out of band. Emergency patch to fix a critical vulnerability dubbed print nightmare in the windows. Prints buhler service that could allow remote code execution with system level access. The patch is available for windows server. Windows ten windows eight and windows seven after it was released security researchers matthew hickey and will dorman found that while the patch is effective at preventing the remote code execution. Flaw attackers could still use the local privilege escalation component to gain system privileges on vulnerable systems for older windows versions further analysis by other security researchers found that the entire patch could be mitigated if the point and print policy was enabled. More information on the cassia hat comes out according to the company's ceo. Fred viuhkola between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses have been impacted by the supply chain attack against the company although he acknowledged getting more exact figure is difficult. Since the customers of its customers were the ones most impacted. He also had no comment on whether the company was negotiating with the ransomware operators because said in talks with the white house. The company didn't see any national risk posed by the attack. The overall impact of the attack has been felt globally with coop supermarkets in sweden forced close as well as dozens of schools in new

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MSNBC's Joy Reid Doesn't Know Our Culture

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 months ago

MSNBC's Joy Reid Doesn't Know Our Culture

"We have a hater. Go ahead. We'll take back our culture. What exactly is our culture senator and I'll tell you what our culture is Joy. Maybe you should start reading a little bit so you can actually inform yourself our culture is about enlightenment. Our culture is about the Judeo Christian. Moral and philosophical teachings. Our culture is about The values that uphold a civil society. Our culture is about having allegiance to a diverse, open and just society. Our culture is about making corrections where corrections have to be made. Trying to fix imperfections were imperfections exist as they do in every society. Our culture is about faith and family. Our culture is about free market capitalism. Where people are free to make things and south things without interference from the government. And I can go on and on and on, but you don't really care. Do you? Your net. Witchery knows no bounds. Come

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It's Time to Call Them What They Are: Marxists

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

It's Time to Call Them What They Are: Marxists

"Book, Democratic socialism or Hyper progressivism. No, no. Time to get down and dirty. They call Marxist What Marxists is Any of these columnists and newspapers and cable types that jump in and defend. We will address them, too. Because they have done enormous damage to this country and have embraced this movement. Actually embrace multiple movement. The likes of Chuck Todd. He's a disgrace. And he's a liar. Joy Reid is a disgrace and a liar. And these corporate Corporate platforms. Whether it's a T and T or Comcast or the rest. They have created bullhorns. For these modern day Racists. Platforms. They don't even care if they get ratings or not. They don't care. And the leadership of the Democrat Party is not leadership it off. They're part of the mob. Joe Biden is part of the mob. Pelosi. Schumer, They're part of the mob. They are gutless wonders. Well, our punk like AOC. A punk like Talib, a punk like Omar. Destroy their own party as they marched toward destroying the country. 14 days. I hope youll get your copy, and by the way The Friday before the release. I'll be doing a one hour on Sean Hannity show. And many other programs coming up. So I hope you'll not just be observers. But participants. I love you people. I adore you. I am blessed by you. I'll

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Here’s How the Biggest Loser Became a Legit Show

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Here’s How the Biggest Loser Became a Legit Show

"The biggest news now. You're not when i came up with a concept of that wasn't affect face on a ten kilometer rights because it would have been a completely different shy but when they come up with a concept they were all sitting in a boardroom. And the yoga pants and go. We've got two hundred million dollars. What are we doing and karen marketing will have about. We take twelve fat painful. And we put them in this fed pham scenario. And then we give them six carats. Six to eight gives them these really angry personal trainers. Let you get them any other. Why we give them this really angry. China's yellow them will die. Mike the makes us up those care. Sakes and everyone's by roy even if there was in the room at this point though osh watchable okay karen welding. We just wanted to progress so once a week. We'll just put them on some scales and the kid little outfits and then behind them and john reid. led lights dicon see. We've put the white. They used to be the white. Now they'd be on this boom count and then we'd charged him like that wasn't fatty in the ring. Hang the fuck on at this point just a minute just fucking minute. What are these outfits talking about

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Law Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw Failed to Admit Intersectionality Is Rooted in Marxism

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Law Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw Failed to Admit Intersectionality Is Rooted in Marxism

"But look at this. She asked the professor. Excuse me, Law professor straight up. Straight up. And she won't saying no. And she should say yes. And this is going to be the the game. Anybody who actually fully comprehends. How this was founded, how it was spread. And so forth. Will be able to respond to this sort of thing, but they're going to be attacked. As I will be, so be it. Oh, the red scare. No, no, no, That's the racism scare. The racism scare. Why Sometimes it's more important to write it down in a book, then even come on and broadcast because there's footnotes. There's quotes There's all kinds of things you can do what you really can't doing any other broadcast platform. It's just too difficult or it doesn't. It doesn't provide the platform for actually doing it. But the answer Joy Reid is yes. Enjoy read. You're welcome on this program any time to discuss critical race theory or anything else you would like to discuss. Have a very open mind and very open. Program here we invite left us all the time. And not a damn one of them has ever shown up. Mr Producer. That's not true. Dandy Exley showed up. Remember that? She's no longer with the Yale. I think y'all thought she was a ethical, uh, Wrecking ball. And they got rid of her.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Think the responsibility is on all of us. You can't expect someone else to take up the mantle and every one of us who does something impacts end up going. Do you have any closing thoughts. Re look these are difficult times. Many many people are in very terrible. Circumstances lost loved ones. Lost jobs very difficult and your pain and suffering israel. They have the chance to be here. You have a chance to say. I will myself industrious. I will make a difference and so with these kind of catastrophes with these crises. There is opportunity and an opportunity. Be great and i'm delighted in all of you who choose that path on behalf of your listeners. I wanna thank you for the work you put into this podcast and also the work you put in other areas to be able to get our country to the place where it is right now. I know that that has not been easy for me. Thank you for all of that. I couldn't be more delighted on working on podcast with you bob and your comments because this is part of what we're trying to do is say hey these arrays of hope. These are things we can do. These are things we can build together. It is awesome working with you on this bob. Well you know trying to move and change one idea the time one person time one business at a time keep moving forward and trying to amplify the voices of people who are having positive effect. That's what we get up in the morning to do. Indeed bob sathian. And i'm reid hoffman. Thank you for listening. And now a final word from our sponsor the loyd We're back one. More time with atmos smelly of deloitte. He's been telling us how wearable sensors are keeping factory workers six feet apart in the pandemic but how about not coming in at all in manufacturing working remotely hasn't been an option until now you can have a mobile computing platform otherwise known as a robot. You some inspections for you. What we're starting to do now is figure out what i operate more remotely. Does that mean that now. Perhaps i can do that across multiple sites smart factory. Solutions are not just possible. They're here and they're scalable. There were previously concerns around. Well is the technology really ready. That's not the question. The question is how fast can you really scale it across your manufacturing facilities.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

08:01 min | 9 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Have bad results and sometimes you can play like a fool and win the hand. You can be good and unlucky just like the resulting and you can be bad and lucky. Just like the resulting. What do you say. Well what should we be doing. A measurement question the strategy. These things should be. How do you try to put yourself in the way where luck break. Sure way more often. Were you try to increment your chance of a little bit by being smart about what you're doing and so when you go to that and say okay. Are the players doing that right. Are the players going. We recognize what's going on and we are trying to do the things that would make us part of the future versus the past. What are the truths about how the public markets weekly work is. It's this quarter's revenue versus. Are you investing enough in the future. Should be a real question about whether or not you should really be buying a soccer not at are you part of that future and you can listen to buy what our leaders saying by way. That's the kind of thing that i do every week. As a venture capitalist the gray look looking for the folks who are creating their own opportunity or putting themselves in a position where when the opportunity comes their best position to take advantage of it right exactly. Yeah it's been easy to get distracted from that this year because they're so many fires burning that you get drawn off of your longer term mission and you always need to have an eye to it. Sometimes you're focused goes immediately to today or this week for very good reasons. We all know this from driving. Generally speaking you have your eyes in front of you looking at what's going on in the road ahead of you. But you're glancing your glancing at the side glancing in the river near you like okay. I situated well. That kind of awareness is important for out navigate. So i wanna to ask you about manufacturing because i know this is a topic that you're engaged in that you're worried that there's been weaknesses exposed in. Us manufacturing. Can you unpack that for us. Well it's unfortunately been a multi decade thing manufacturing the classic kind of important middle-class industry and one that america has been great at is still great and some parts and can be even greater with but it requires strategy and investment direction. And give you mike. For example about eight. Nine years ago i went to shenzhen and china and took a tour of the factories with a little team from mit. Where we're like. Look we're trying to look how to manufacture this thing. And i was blown away and one of the things that was very stunning as an american. Was that literally. We talked to multiple factory owners. There who are like. Oh that piece of what you were looking for his easy. You should do that in the us because they're capable of doing. This piece is difficult so you do with us. Because the americans couldn't do that we do that one. And you're like whoa. That was not what we expected. We were expecting the cheap story not the better story and so i think that there is a huge push that especially american manufacturing other heirs need to put into reclaiming manufacturing which i think we're totally capable of doing and then part of what i link that to as well. What is the way that that's gonna come about. And the answer is that's gonna come up because it technology one of my huge worries about the general clash is that people go technologies. The problem versus technology is a solution. Now technology help create problems and changes industries changes information and patterns of communication and all of that requires at patient. Some of it may be wrong. We always are adapting in some ways but to think that the solution is anything other than how do we evolve the technology and the technology has them like. Let's roll back the clock. Let's stop using computers. Let's use typewriters. That's the solution and you're like wow disaster disaster so you go okay. Well how do we then take. Technology and rebuild american manufacturing a number of different areas. Now that being said another thing that's critical is if you say well. The future of this technology. We've also lost semiconductor manufacturing. It is non secret amongst the technologists that the most elite manufacturing is a combination of taiwan and south korea and so we also need to have a semiconductor strategy because the future of all of this technology is broadly in compute. And we don't want to be the computational laggards which in semiconductors today we are and when you talk about the modernizing of manufacturing in the us it sounds like this is a policy requirement as opposed to something that the marketplace is going to resolve on. Its own well. One of the things that i get so frustrated with the way that many americans they go. It's either free enterprise or it's the government and the government's really screwy so free enterprise and you're like okay. Look lots of great things about free. Enterprise by entire professional career entrepreneurship. Free enterprise huge advocate however public private partnerships. They do lots of great things like. How did the internet come about well involved so government work and then some public private partnerships. And then i'm entire industry emerged and so when you have big scale. Projects are things that are fundamental science or things that go across industries in the entire. Connie it's a good thing for the government to be a little bit more. Like how do we stimulate this. How do we make it happen. How do we provide the backdrop of it not. We should go build it necessarily ourselves. We have great universities. We have think tanks we have companies. But how do we create the environment to make that happen. Because it's frankly very hard even for the tech giant to say okay. We're going to solve semiconductors just by ourselves it's so expensive it hits your penal. Your stock price has a problem. And then you're weaker than your competitors and so forth. You essentially need an environment whether it's rnd credits whether it's special economic zones. Those kinds of things need to be on the table for figuring out how to do this and by the way it's not just for the tech industry. We're not doing semiconductors to make the tech giant's stronger tech giant's doing just fine themselves we're doing. Semiconductors have conductor industry and to help all all industries are becoming tech companies. And so help everybody. Because compute matters as you talked about the manufacturing in china and the assumption by many in the united states that like oh. The united states is better than china. China's doing the cheaper stuff. The simpler stuff. i think. Sometimes we lose sight of the fact that the things that are happening in china are happening by design. I mean the government. There is not sitting by and waiting for the market to create these industries of the future and there is a risk in the united states sticking to a more passive approach assuming that competitive market isn't going to happen heart of the whole thing saying look. Pay attention to try to pay attention. The competition is that technology is the driving force for all industries of scale in the future. And so you need to be thinking about like we care for the small businesses and main street. Those small businesses are actually going to be built on technological foundations. How are they going to be doing e commerce. How are they going to be running their payroll and operating. What's the financial system by which they're going to be paying each other and accepting payments from consumers even that smb to make that robust requires a technology infrastructure. And want to ask you about supply chains which is like this invisible area or was for people before this year and then all of a sudden in the spring there was all this question about supply chain vulnerability empty shells. Were not gonna have food and we're not gonna toilet paper right and then now everything seems to be working fine. Did we overreact. Did we learn something or.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

06:43 min | 9 months ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Gotta have incredible talent every position. There are fires burning out canadian. Go back to this era. Sony easy which. I have no idea what sorry mistake. Time it right three bedroom nepal ten years later. What do we do. This is masters scale. We'll start the show in a moment. After award sponsor deloitte could be a hundred and ten degrees in a factory and doing work in one. Hundred and ten degrees is tough. There's a lotta machinery around. It can be dark it can be. It can be musty. People can get hurt. That's adema somali. Who leads the smart factory initiative at deloitte and he knows about these tough factory conditions firsthand. My dad was a factory worker. I've done a little bit of that myself. It is incredibly important in honorable work. It's also very difficult. Work today adams helping to implement smart factory initiatives that will fundamentally change work on the factory floor. There is a whole bunch of things that make factory work hard the ability of the smart factory to replace some of the hard with computers so we can do work that humans are better suited to do feels like a liberating approach to a smart factory. Our smart factories making work. Better and safer. Admiral share the latest later in the show for more smart factory insights from deloitte visit. Deloitte dot com slash. Us slash smart factory. This is bob sathian. And i'm here alongside. Reid hoffman for a special year in view episode of masters of scale high. Read hi bob. It's so much fun that we're doing this again. I'm excited about it. And i wanna take a moment to set the context for everyone. Twenty twenty has been really an extraordinary year the covid nineteen pandemic ushered in some very scary times here in new york city where i live the stay at home orders in the spring. Were bracing in my home. We had an early corona virus infection back in march fortunately didn't become too serious and it didn't spread but before the spring was out we did lose a couple of older family members to the virus in california where you are there was plenty of traumas well california experience. It's i stay at home. Orders in decades and the business front was scary everywhere. I talked early on with restaurants. Her danny meyer the shake shack founder. About having to lay off thousands of people from his high in new york city restaurant business that sparked the rapid response feed which i've been hosting for masters of scale ever since and now as we near the end of the year. It's a good time to talk together about what we've seen the main themes of two thousand eight twenty. How businesses changed. Maybe how it hasn't or shouldn't see where we end up your game to play absolutely. I mean as view just so masterfully. Put this out there. An asteroid his at the entire world. And now we're in a rebuilding phase so back in march tech businesses were among the first to go remote. I'm curious what your recollections. Were of those those early days. And if you have any explanation for why. The tech industry speed of response was so aggressive. I think there's three things. The first is that we in the tech industry especially in consumer internet but generally speaking understand exponential growth. It's the way that linked in grew. It's the way that a lot of online services grow and obviously there's a fascination with tiktok at the moment not just because of us china relations and all the rest but also because of all. My gosh how many people around the world are using this particular new app from china but those exponential growth mean that we understand curves which it looks like small numbers now but very very quickly becomes huge numbers in very short periods of time. So that's one two is. The tech industry is almost entertainingly by definition technocratic so it tends to be very science focus. Very numbers focused. And you go. Okay where does the trend does this business growing gang but also what's the trend line on this the trend lines very bad because no one is actually in fact getting out ahead of it and stopping it and this is one of those things where if you don't have a federal response that goes and stops it quickly and early your host and then the third part of it is this kind of part of the learnings of the amazing thing of being on the board of microsoft is microsoft has a chief epidemiologist ahead of chief epidemiologist two decades before the pandemic just as part of operating and so we immediately got our report there which was oh this is going to be terrible and here are the numbers and this is why and then just like all tech companies. We all went okay. Best thing we can do for the employees for communities for society in the immediate response is to say. Hey everyone you can work from home this idea of working from home. It was sort a stop gap and then as the year went on. We kind of got the place. Where like well. Maybe this remote work thing is to stay. Do you feel like it's here to stay. Well so. I'm maybe a little bit contrarian on this within the silicon valley arena because i think that a lot of what informs my innovation my entrepreneurship investing not all but a lot is a theory of human nature and tribal creatures as aristotle put it. We are citizens of the police. People say political animals actually means groups. We live in groups and there's a lot of things that come as groups will get energy from each other. We get creativity from each other. So i actually think that there will be a very strong literally. Almost like rejoicing dancing the street. And if you look at history same thing happened in one thousand nine hundred nineteen. Oh my god. Let's get back to connecting with each other. So i think that will be there in the tech industry now. That doesn't mean that there aren't some changes that are now persistent our learnings and resets but actually even the companies that have declared okay. We're now remote only a remote forever. You can be road forever. I think all of those will drift back. Fully distributed companies like automatic have learned this..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Have an ability to say okay. We actually can support companies but the problem is. It's not infant like all resource decisions. It's challenging so I'm not quite at a Ding Ding. Winter is here part of it. But you've got to presume that maybe it's like okay. The Arctic wins have come in and the storms coming into. But maybe the storm's going to be here for a while. You have to be cautious between a month storm and a three year storm. Everyone's working for it to be one two three months but it's going to be challenging. I WANNA turn to some social and cultural changes that may be coming as a result of the social distance. Saying that. We're going through right now. Ramon engagement the heightened embrace of digital tools these have been dominant characteristics of the new reality over recent weeks. And I'm curious whether you think they're gonNA be long term impacts on the business front. It seems pretty clear that business practices remote and distributed. Work is going to be more prevalent going forward. Do you agree with that or do you think we'll go back well for sure. It's going to be more prevalent. And the question is is five percent more prevalent or a forty percent. More prevalent right. That's the only real question. Part of it is we. Were doing this analysis saying look. I measure the downside. Make sure you're monitoring. Well make sure you've control your expenses. Make sure you've prepped. In case the winter lasts longer than you might fear. Are you might all try to hope white pulled together but it may still take longer but part of how to kind of take a look at this and say okay within that constraint. How do I then look.

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Reid Hoffman is legendary entrepreneur. Who Co founded Lincoln and invested in dozens of Koenig tech companies? That are now part of the fabric of our lives. His clear headed wisdom makes him one of the most sought-after sources of advice for everyone from heads of startups to heads of state reduced host. The podcast masters of scale loved by millions. Today we as an intimate meditative story about how he sees friendship as the impetus to become the best version of ourselves. It's a glimpse of read outside his public life and business in this series. We blend immersive fest passing stories with mindfulness trump's to help LP recharge at any time of the day. I'm an I'll be your guide for Meditative Story As we begin this episode episode. I want to acknowledge salesforce and sponsorship of Meditative Story. Y You may know salesforce where it's role in bringing companies and customers together salesforce salesforce also works to improve the state of the world but shaving the stories of leaders who are making positive changes with grateful to them for making what you're about to hear possible book the body the boating tweeting senses. Open your mind. Open meeting the welcome uh-huh I wake up to a Chris. Cold Mountain morning and Lake Tahoe. California snowed last night as I walk out. The cabin happened door powder dusted on the tree branches my first car a nineteen seventy-two convertible VW WBZ white with a black roof..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Hey listeners this is June Cohen. I'm one of the executive producers for masters of scale and we'll be back this week with a brand new episode but today I'm excited excited to share with you something different. It's a side of Reid. Hoffman that few of us get to see in what you're about to hear read steps away from his usual role role as business mentor and shares a story about friendship. It was a story I loved hearing and I think you'll to now to be clear what you're about to hear here is not masters of scale. It's an episode of a very different podcast called Meditative Story. It combines. First person storytelling with mindfulness prompts. If you admire read and your move by the story as I was of course we'd love for you to share it on social media or any way you'd like and now I'm so thrilled to share this rare air. Glimpse of Reid Hoffman. When he takes his business hat off? Here's read on the Meditative Story. PODCAST I'm the kind of person flowered in college before that I- my friendships with a banding together. Misfits in high school. There are cliques. You have the popular kids of cheerleaders jocks And then the kids who don't fit in the groups. These are the misfits every school. I went to as a kid. I was one of these non group group kids. I have friends. They're not friends who think the way I do or even like the same things. It's more that we all decide. Well okay we're the misfits from the various groups so we'll hang out with each other. We'll be loyal to each other will form an alliance it's to survive Known as the arkle of Silicon Valley..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"Me on. I love hearing entrepreneurs problems and I love hearing during your solution so this has been a total blast. Thank you Jason for your co hosting and for your own Great Work Supporting Founders at Entrepreneur Runner magazine thanks also to Georgie Mallet Analysis Bending from the entrepreneur first team for the partnership and to all the founders from entrepreneur. I who submitted their questions. If you WANNA learn more about entrepreneur I for any of these companies had to join F. DOT COM and if you're you're a startup incubator or celebrator and you'd like to work with us on a future strategy session for your entrepreneurs email us at hello at master scale scale dot com. I'm Reed Offman. Thank you for listening and now a final word from our sponsor. Aws We're back one more time with John. Strauss of greenhouse software they help companies simplify hiring and on boarding a positive collaborative workplace replace is their thing but greenhouse expands to San Francisco to Denver to Dublin and beyond they need new ways of cultivating the greenhouse way. How do we create this culture over there and sure that one it's unique right it takes on the local flavor of whatever's appropriate for that office but also feels like greenhouse takes while the characteristics that we like. John and his team are game to try everything to make greenhouse a great place to work and he knows he's not the first founder to ask this question so now he's asking you for some tips. I'd love to hear from folks anywhere. How do you create a community of humans when they're not all physically in the same place. I love shortcut the learning a bit and not have to learn all the hard lessons myself. How can greenhouse maintain their close work culture with scattered team? He's asking you yes you fellow masters of scale listeners help an entrepreneur out send John. You're distributed work. Culture hacks at master scale dot com slash. Aws It's part out of the startups. Helping startups series from aws aws dream bicker build faster help John Salvage challenge fast and masters of scale dot dot com slash. Aws Masters of scale is a Whitewater original. The shows recorded on site in California and produced at the studio inside S. Y. Partners in New York are executive producers who are June Cohen and Darin traff. Our producers are Chris. McLeod had them skews News Jenny Cataldo Jordan cloud and Ben Manilla..

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"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"reid" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

"My name's to track of Lordy. I run a company called Mimika and we're building a I learned to automate repetitive computer work. My question is as an early stage company. That has a top top of the funnel problem hiring diverse talent. What can we be doing to source more. Women and minorities a very important portent question to in this is a problem to address early in the company's life cycle and the reason is is when you bring in diverse talent then they help you bring in additional diverse talent they helped create a work culture a workplace a set of practices and a set of ways that people talk to each other that are already embodies inclusivity and diversity so starting early really matters now in terms of what can you do source companies techniques for sourcing talent is actually part of how they actually in fact act succeed uniquely like each company develops its own patterns for here's how we differentiate. These are the universities the the networks we reach out to these are the companies we go talk to. This is our pitch about what our mission is about why we will work as a company why this is that learns to automate repetitive computer work will actually in fact grow and scale. This is the kind of thing that's very valuable so what you need dad you. Recruiting strategy is diversity recruiting strategy and some of that is okay. We're going to be searching linked in and we're GONNA make sure that we are looking for the right diverse talent. We're GONNA make sure that we're looking at the list and the people that we might encounter. were making sure that diverse candidates earn the list when we're going nor networks and asking them for who are the great people to join an early company we make sure also ask the question who are the great people who have diverse backgrounds so you should be thinking about the diversity and inclusion from the very beginning because then that's helped set the foundation for your company and then sets that when you scale you scale the company that you want to scale the company that you want to be so read these next two questions are both about speed but they're very subtle anyone who listens to masters of scale who knows if you are a champion of fast growth or blitz scaling as you call it and yet you'll probably agree that there are exceptions to that rule depending on where the company is based in what industry they're in the do questions that you're going to hear next might both those exceptions there reminders that business doesn't happen in a bubble you have to consider sitter your unique circumstances and in the case of these entrepreneurs we're going to hear from the challenges of operating outside America. My name is Dominic Eggert founder on earth better by less we help our members to get rid of single use plastics in their bathrooms and improved their ecological footprint. We're in a very early stage. We we worked with the F. in the last couple of weeks on the idea and now we're preparing for seed funding. My question is if you scale pretty fast. Then you're so busy making sure the business doesn't a collapse and that you can manage all this growth that sometimes you're. I'm not able to test and improve the product and learn from what you're doing wrong with my former business it became harder to test and improve the largely got you have a lot of business and if you're up and you're managing a business and five languages which is always a challenge in Europe then you're just a lot MM slower iterating so my question is how should I balanced growth and improving my product dominic. Here's the thing to think about from top hop. which is it's the first scale that matters within the blitz scaling universe so for your situation with better by less? The very first question is what is competition look like if you have competition near at your heels where you actually in fact aren't a contest for who gets the market. I who establishes Dabble shes the brand who establishes the channel who establishes the partner relationships then. You may go all right. I will iterative on what the product market fit is as I'm going there but if you feel you don't have current competition and you also don't have competition that might emerge very quickly and suddenly be blitz scaling against you then taking the time you know with still an eye to speed but taking the time and ordered to do product market fit to think about kind of like okay. What are the ways that we need to improve the product? What are the things that we're gonNA lock in such that when we're doing scale we don't have as many product innovations and the challenge of doing that while we're also scaling our supply chain scaling our marketing scaling our channels for distribution seven and so the right balance a great question. The thing always remember is that it's relative speed as you say when you're you're kind of managing this challenge challenge in Europe which is five languages multiple countries multiple logistic systems. That's actually one of the things that Europe has general challenge getting the scale and that's a challenge but your key thing is your speed relative your competitors. It isn't speed for its own sake. It speed to accomplish being the first to scale so good luck. I loved what you just said there. Read you don't want speed for its own. Sake speed isn't an accomplishment on its own speed need is a method. It's a tool you want speed that accomplishes something else that enables you in this case to be first to scale. There's a lot of nuance wants in that point and it often gets lost when entrepreneurs just focus on moving fast that plays out in a different way in this next question our second question about speed read. My name is Emile. I am the CEO of Novalic and we are diagnosing Alzheimer's radically early using the way you speak doc. Producing language is a very complicated task for the brain to do and ask the brain changes when it gets affected by disease. This affects your language in ways that we can actually she learned so it's been known in the literature of for a long time that there's changes in language in Alzheimer's disease and what we're doing is bringing modern computational computational techniques to learn those micro changes very early on in speech there are potential regulatory questions looking to get approved South Wasim medical device down the line and that's an area where the guidelines of being drafted right now by the FDA speaking speaking so as a digital biotechnology company the medical products that we're building our software this makes them rapidly really scalable but the industry that we are operating in in healthcare and Pharma inherently slow moving and heavily regulated so how do we best scale up hyper fast given the constraints of the industry balancing innovation and being contributing versus abiding by the the existing rules a meal a particularly interesting question given of course a podcasting medium of course wonder how you diagnose me based on on all of the masters of scale podcasts as always with put scaling the key question is how fast are you going to need to move moving faster than slower is always valuable has compounding growth gets more customers increases revenue. That's always a useful thing but in terms of blitz let's scaling in terms of moving hyper fast that depends a lot on competition that depends a lot on what do you need in order to get to critical mass and heavily regulated industries like the medical industry tend to be things where you should be more cautious about your speed lead. You still need speed relative competition but these are things that you need to evaluate in a specific instance as you undoubtedly only heard one of our recent episodes was with an would Gysky of twenty three and me the idea is sometimes you need to embrace the gatekeepers AAC keepers because that's what allows you to reach scale and a lot of it depends on your specific gatekeepers at depends on what the competition petition looks like it depends on which variables are the ones that you could tune up some and all of those things are specific to your specific case but I look forward board to seeing your product and I look forward to other medical products as well by which we take the digital world and we make healthcare so much better it will be back in a moment afterward from our sponsor. Aws We're back DOC WITH AWS startups. Helping startups series. We're talking with John. Stocks of greenhouse who software helps companies recruit great hires greenhouse started a New York expanded to San Francisco and watch the gap between the offices grow with a lot of folks in San Francisco her saying Jeez. Do I have to move to New York to get promoted the gap between offices. John was intent on closing it. After all greenhouse wins awards for being a great place to work and also their whole business centers on hiring yeah and retaining great talent are people practices like how we hire how we retain how we've managed folks is everything so John went looking for ways to get their offices on on equal footing. There were big things like cross country career paths and small things like a plague of bad video calls. John and his team started solving one by one and they're still solving. We're starting to realize wait if we don't intentionally get ahead of that and figure out. How do we specifically treat these offices the same make sure they have good experiences. WE'RE GONNA get into trouble. How does greenhouse go from a happy scrappy New York team all based in one room to a happy equitable team based all over the map. John would love to know what you we know send John. You're global scaling solutions at masters of scale dot com slash. Aws It's all part of the AWS STARTUPS HELPING STARTUPS SERIES AWS WS dream bigger build faster help John Salvage Challenge fast at masters of scaled dot com slash aws this next question is a great example of how entrepreneurs often have to tackle very very new problems so I mean a startups purposes to invent right but that can mean going into areas where there's no established rules and no ready made solutions for very difficult challenges listeners. I should warn you that are questions about to touch and some subject matter. That's a bit violent. So if you're sensitive you can jump ahead thirty seconds hi. I'M SASHA CO-FOUNDER OF UNITARY. We are developing novel. Ai To understand video for use in content moderation so we're pretty early stage. We've just appreciate round recently. My co-founder found facebook an image of somebody beheaded and flagged it moderator moderator. It was then still forty hours later in that time obviously so when people have to see that these moderators after watch harmful content all day the worst job in the world and we believe that no one should ever have to see this kind of content and problem is that current state of the art for ai in video is really behind a lot of video gets through the net so we are developing new techniques in this space so that moderators don't have much so read given that harmful content on social media is both a topical but also really sensitive issue. How can we gain trust quickly so that we can move fast in this space. Sasha Sasha obviously important question and I know you've probably already listened to our Daniel Eric how to build trust fast episode. The key you set of techniques for building trust fast are using bridges. Were the people already naturally trust that bridge so one one bridge is. Can you get someone that people already trust to endorse or to be the articulation of the value proposition..

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"reid" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:12 min | 4 years ago

"reid" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"reid" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

05:23 min | 4 years ago

"reid" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

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