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The Chad Prather Show
Ep 528 | VP Kamala Harris VIOLATES Fed Law & It's Okay?

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 46:58


The Biden administration has partnered with more than 300 “black churches” in Virginia to view a prerecorded message by Vice President Kamala Harris encouraging voters to vote for Terry McAuliffe. Did VP Harris violate federal law? What happen to separation of church and state? In Blah Blah Mandate news, a Washington state trooper gave his final sign-off after being forced out because of the state's blah blah mandate. Delta Air Lines will NOT comply with the blah blah mandate and will not force employees to get the blah blah. Last week, climate change activists charged the Department of the Interior building in Washington, D.C.! Are we going to see an October 14 committee? “Halloween Kills” is out, and actress Jamie Lee Curtis says the film foretells the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, as the movie is “about rage, about a mob of angry people who don't trust the government …”  Today's Sponsors KEEPS offers doctor recommended FDA approved hair treatment. Go to ​http://keeps.com/LOSS for 50% off your first order of hair loss treatments.  Go to http://PATRIOTMOBILE.COM/CHAD or call 972-PATRIOT. Get free activation with the offer code CHAD! They always have special discounts for veterans and First Responders and for multi-line accounts. Support a company that loves America.  Field of Greens is packed with 18, clinically researched, essential fruits and vegetables. Here's the best part, it tastes great. Go to http://BRICKHOUSECHAD.COM and get 15% off your first order with the promo code CHAD at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Matt Locke Show
Why are Double-vaxxed individuals dying?

The Matt Locke Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 60:06


Former Secretary of State Colin Powell dead at 84 from Covid Complications. Matt welcomes Chad Watts Founder of Scars and Stripes Coffee. Delta won't enforce Vaccine Mandate. Pete Buttigieg makes Sunday rounds shrugging off Supply Chain issues and woke culture destroys Superman.

Business Wars Daily
Vaccine Mandates Are Ready for Takeoff

Business Wars Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 3:56


Today is Monday, October 18, and we're looking at Southwest Airlines vs. Delta Airlines.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/bwdailySee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bom Dia USA
Resultados do 3T de 2021 de JPMorgan, BlackRock e Delta Airlines

Bom Dia USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 11:16


The Patriotically Correct Radio Show with Stew Peters | #PCRadio
The Stew Peters Show - Military VAXX Whistleblower! The Numbers are SHOCKING!

The Patriotically Correct Radio Show with Stew Peters | #PCRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 55:49


CALLING THEM OUT! Joe Kent is a REAL Patriot with a stake in the game, and he's running for Congress to defeat a communist Trump Impeachment supporter. Dr. Paul E. Alexander appeared on "The Stew Peters Show" and made an urgent and emotional plea about the "vaccines", specifically addressing President Donald Trump. Renee is a barber with a shop in close proximity to a military base. Renee appeared on "The Stew Peters Show" as a "vaccine" whistleblower, giving a horrific first-hand account of personal acquaintances that are now DEAD after being jabbed! During a featured segment "Ask Dr. Jane", on "The Stew Peters Show", Dr. Jane Ruby announced that a fourth source has confirmed that a Delta Airlines pilot died during flight. This source claims to personally know the pilot. Dr. Zelenko Protocol: www.zStackProtocol.com Go Ad-Free, Get Exclusive Content, Become a Premium user: https://redvoicemedia.com/premium Follow Stew on social media: http://evrl.ink/StewPeters See all of Stew's content at https://StewPeters.TV Watch full episodes here: https://redvoicemedia.net/stew-full-shows Check out Stew's store: http://StewPeters.shop Support our efforts to keep truth alive: https://www.redvoicemedia.com/support-red-voice-media/ Advertise with Red Voice Media: https://redvoicemedia.net/ads

Wall Street Unplugged - Your Best Source for Finance, Investing & Economics
Where to find the best ideas during earnings season

Wall Street Unplugged - Your Best Source for Finance, Investing & Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 34:47


William Shatner is heading to space! Daniel and I open today's show with some banter about our favorite Shatner roles... and whether we'd go to space for a thrill. [0:40] Earnings season is officially underway... And now is a great time to sift through company reports for the best ideas… We discuss what stood out to us about Delta Airlines' quarterly results... and why this company has a fantastic long-term outlook. [4:10] On JPMorgan's earnings call, CEO Jamie Dimon said he doesn't think supply chains will be a talking point by next year. While I disagree with this, Daniel believes a recent sign is pointing to the bottom of supply chain woes. [8:50] On BlackRock's earnings call, CEO Larry Fink pointed out the obvious—that inflation isn't transitory… and energy prices will continue rising for the foreseeable future. Daniel and I discuss the factors behind rising costs... and why you need to prepare for higher prices across the board. [15:55] And finally, the U.S. is now the leader in bitcoin mining. Daniel explains why this is a great teachable moment about innovation… and yet another example of how cryptos are maturing into a dominant asset class. [27:20] Enjoyed this episode? Get Wall Street Unplugged delivered FREE to your inbox every Wednesday: https://www.curzioresearch.com/wall-street-unplugged/   Wall Street Unplugged podcast is available at: --: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wall-street-unplugged-frank/ -- : https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/curzio-research/wall-street-unplugged-2 -- : https://www.curzioresearch.com/category/podcast/wall-street-unplugged/   : https://twitter.com/frankcurzio :. https://www.facebook.com/CurzioResearch/ : https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-curzio-690561a7/ :  

WSJ Minute Briefing
U.S. to Ease Covid-19 Travel Restrictions at Land Borders

WSJ Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 2:17


The House approves a temporary increase in the U.S. debt ceiling, sending it to President Biden for his signature. Boeing is requiring its U.S. employees to get Covid-19 vaccinations. JPMorgan Chase and Delta Air Lines are among the companies helping kick off U.S. earnings season today. Keith Collins hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trader's Breakfast
Beginn der Berichtsaison.

Trader's Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 6:39


Was bringt die heute beginnende Berichtssaison der Unternehmen in den USA? Die Zahlenflut wird von den erfolgsverwöhnten Anlegern mit gemischten Gefühlen erwartet. Die Märkte gaben leicht nach.Die Aktien auf dem chinesischen Festland waren im Mittwochshandel uneinheitlich, da die Anleger auf die Veröffentlichung der chinesischen Handelsdaten für September reagierten.Der Shanghai Composite fiel bis Mittwochnachmittag um 0,35%, während die Shenzhen-Komponente um 0,45% zulegte.Zur Wochenmitte werden neben Zahlen zur Industrieproduktion in der Eurozone die deutschen Verbraucherpreise bekannt gegeben. Im September war die Inflationsrate mit 4,1% erstmals seit 1993 wieder auf über 4% gestiegen.In den USA stehen ebenfalls die Verbraucherpreise auf der Agenda. Hier wird mit einer im Vergleich zum Vormonat unveränderten Inflationsrate von 4,0% gerechnet. Außerdem veröffentlicht die US-Notenbank Fed am Abend die Protokolle ihrer jüngsten Sitzung.Geschäftszahlen kommen von BlackRock, Delta Air Lines, Infosys und JP Morgan Chase. Die Futures bewegen sich gemischt. Beim Dax wird ein plus von 5 Punkten erwartet. Beim Dow Jones wird ein minus von 10 Punkten erwartet und beim S&P 500 wird ein minus von 5 Punkten erwartet. Beim technologielastigen Nasdaq 100 wird ein plus von 180 Punkten erwartet.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/kommponisten)

Motley Fool Money
Big Macro, Earnings Season Previews

Motley Fool Money

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 38:37


What does the disappointing September jobs report mean for investors? Which two stocks need a win this earnings season? What trends should investors be watching? Why are Roku and Zoom Video suddenly looking more attractive? And which CEOs are under more scrutiny? Jason Moser and Ron Gross answer those questions and more, analyze the latest with Facebook, Constellation Brands, Pepsi, Levi Strauss, Delta Air Lines, and share two stocks on their radar: Matterport and Voyager Therapeutics.

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S25E15 - Connecting Versus Networking as a Professional and Leader, with Michelle Enjoli

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 30:05


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Michelle Enjoli about connecting versus networking and why it is critical to connect with others professionally, both as a professional and as a leader. See the video here: https://youtu.be/P9ZmtNIzVwM. Michelle Enjoli (www.linkedin.com/in/michelleenjoli) is a bilingual international speaker and coach who motivates and teaches strategies on how to successfully connect to career opportunities for growth and development. She was a first-generation college student who was able to get her dream job before she graduated as a television producer. She has worked and developed content for global brands in television broadcasting and marketing like Univision, Telemundo, ABC, NBC and CBS, Mercedes-Benz USA and Delta Air Lines. In 2016, she created the first all-inclusive business resource group at Mercedes-Benz USA to connect leaders and professionals with each other for growth and development. She continued to expand on this work and created her second dream job with the launch of Connect with Michelle Enjoli. She has developed a curriculum focused on networking, personal branding and self-esteem that helps professionals and leaders learn how to connect for professional growth. Michelle has an idea worth sharing and will become a speaker at Southampton, England's inaugural TEDx event this year. Her journey and work has been featured in Rolling Stone, Entrepreneur, Forbes, glassdoor and Telemundo among other news outlets. She is featured in the book called “Hispanic Stars Rising. The New Face of Power” and is currently working on her first book. Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
Avoiding Port Congestion with Neel Jones Shah

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 57:03


Avoiding Port Congestion with Neel Jones Shah Neel Jones Shah and Joe Lynch discuss avoiding port congestion. Neel is the EVP and Global Head of Airfreight at Flexport, the platform for global logistics. About Neel Jones Shah Neel is the EVP and Global Head of Airfreight at Flexport, the platform for global logistics. A widely recognized leader in the global logistics industry, Neel was formerly SVP and Chief Cargo Officer at Delta Airlines and VP Sales and Marketing at United Airlines. He sits on the board of TIACA, Amerijet International and holds an MBA from Columbia University. About Flexport Flexport is the platform for global logistics. Companies of all sizes—from emerging brands to Fortune 500s—use Flexport technology to optimize their supply chains, and deliver for customers anywhere in the world. Flexport connects the entire ecosystem of global trade on the Flexport Platform, empowering buyers, sellers and logistics providers with the services and technology to grow and innovate. Key Takeaways: Avoiding Port Congestion  Neel Jones Shah is EVP and Global Head of Airfreight at Flexport, the operating system for global trade. Flexport provides customers a strategic operating model that powers more transparent, more agile, more efficient, and more profitable global supply chains. There is unprecedented congestion at US and global ports that is delaying shipments, jeopardizing the holiday selling season, and potentially harming the economy. The congestion is caused by a combination of factors including: Increased consumer demand – especially ecommerce shopping. Consumers were unable to travel, eat out, or attend events (concerts, sports, cultural) so they spent online. At least some of the shopping was driven by COVID relief money from the government. The increased consumer demand was coupled with supply chain shortages including: manpower, containers, trucks, drayage, dock labor, rail, etc.. The world's  supply chain is a delicate balance – and it became unbalanced due to COVID. Shipping via ocean freight has become very difficult and expensive. The lack of ocean capacity is making traditional ocean shippers look for options to support the holiday season. Airfreight is an option, however it is more expensive and capacity is tight. Airfreight is 1% of the total volume and is 35% of the value. Airfreight is typically used for high value, time sensitive products like vaccines, pharma, consumer electronics, semiconductors, etc. Neel and his team at Flexport are seeing a lot more interest in airfreight from shippers who typically ship via ocean. These shippers recognize that paying extra for logistics is far better than disappointing customers during the holiday season. Larger freight forwarding companies like Flexport have purchased additional airfreight capacity to support their customers. Flexport delivers a best-in-class experience in airfreight, offering customers granular and end-to-end visibility, reliable service, and customized, data-driven supply chain solutions. Learn More About Avoiding Port Congestion with Neel Jones Shah Neel Jones Shah LinkedIn Flexport Flexport's upcoming customer conference, FORWARD21 The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube  

Chad Hartman
Chris Montana from Du Nord Spirits on their deal with Delta

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 19:41


Delta Airlines has contracted with a local distillery in an effort to diversify their supply chain. Du Nord Spirits CEO Chris Montana joined Sheletta - in for Chad - to talk about it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Incredible Life Creator with Dr. Kimberley Linert
Learning Through Games - Mohsin Memon Ep 236

Incredible Life Creator with Dr. Kimberley Linert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 44:24


Currently Mohsin is helping learning facilitators how to use games to facilitate virtual and classroom Instructor-Lead Training Programs. He dreams of a world where people play to learn and he is passionate about game based learning, gamification and games in general. Mohsin use games and technology to change the way learning happens by creating real and authentic life-like learning experiences that ultimately lead to realization and then change. In the past, he has worked as a learning designer and facilitator. He has facilitated learning experiences for Marsh, Netflix, Flipkart, Uber, Siemens, Bayer, JP Morgan, Capgemini, GIA, GroupM, JLT and many others. I've also worked as an IT Project Manager with Delta Airlines and Wal-Mart where he implemented some really exciting technology solutions. All in all, Mohsin is a life-long adventurer, a wandering nomad that worked all kinds of jobs ie. sales, customer service, construction, learning designer, game designer -you name it! Contact Mohsin Memon: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mohsinmem/ A certification program to help learning practitioners use games for learning. Link: https://www.gamitar.com/mogl-evivve-certification Weekly Game Day on LinkedIn: https://share.hsforms.com/1SdR_7NNfQM6BOTfINjXksg47ybq Do you want to live an incredible life? Get started now by reading my book: "Visualizing Happiness in Every Area of Your Life" https://amzn.to/2kvAuXU What is your biggest obstacle to creating an incredible life? You can book a free 15-minute mentoring session with Dr. Kimberley Linert. Click on this booking link: https://calendly.com/drkimberley/15min Please subscribe to the podcast and take a few minutes to review on iTunes, Thank you If you have an amazing story to tell about your life and how you are sharing your gifts and talents with the world, then I would love to have you as a guest on my podcast. Contact me via email: incrediblelifepodcast@gmail.com or private message me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/incrediblelifecreator www.DrKimberleyLinert.com

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – October 4, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 223:15


Facebook is gone forever... & it's back, D-Mac joins us, Urban Meyer strains to explain, Vince Neil is a mess, murder/suicide of Charlie Haeger, and we talk to Mandy Matney's fiancé/producer about advertising.Check us out on WLLZ this and every weekend.Zooves needs to trim Trudi's bushes.Darren McCarty joins the show to promote the Canna Jam on October 9th in Ypsilanti. He gives his take on Tyler Bertuzzi vs vaccines. Check D-Mac out on Big D Energy at Woodward Sports.Drew takes on all the content creators... except us.We roll down memory lane of early radio, high school reunions and drugs... lots of drugs.Facebook and Instagram are having a bad day. Frances Haugen is getting high praise for telling everyone what we already know.Mandy Matney has dropped a new Murdaugh Murder Podcast and she is fuming mad We call to inquire about advertising on their show.Tony Bennett can only remember Lady Gaga. Nobody else. Some people are saying that he should do his final shows for free.Urban Meyer is straining to do some explaining. He has apologized to his team for some reason.Vince Neil is still a mess. He's performing at a racing event & he's headlining DrinksGiving 2021 without a drop of irony.WATP's Karl will join us tomorrow. We take a look back at Episode 188: The David Lee Roth Show.Facebook Update: Mark Zuckerberg lost $8,000,000,000.00 today.President Joe Biden is making a trip out to Howell.U of M is receiving fake mass shooting death threats... on a Russian website. Counselors are available to students upset about something that didn't happen.Delta Airlines has listened to the podcast and considering Drew's "No More Planes For You" model.Tom Brady vs Bill Belichick happened and was a disappointment. Marc is starting to hate Al Michaels, but not nearly as much as Tom Mazawey dislikes him.Romeo Okwara is out for the season. Bort Beisner has a hot take on the Lions.The Michigan Supreme Court will revisit the 2013 Ted Wafer murder case.Jeff Seidel wrote a great piece in the Free Press on a terrible story: The murder/suicide by former MLB pitcher Charlie Haeger.Facebook Update: It's back.The Many Saints of Newark isn't getting a ton of love, but both Drew & Marc found it enjoyable.Please enjoy the encore of Drew & Mike's interview with David Lee Roth.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

MarketFoolery
“Have you started your holiday shopping?”

MarketFoolery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 16:19


Delta Air Lines reinstates their revenue guidance for Q3. Average fares on Uber and Lyft have been going up and aren't likely to go back down. Jason Moser analyzes those stories and discusses Amazon getting a VERY early jump on its “Black Friday” deals.

Jason & Alexis
10/1 FRI HOUR 1: Miss. Shannan's chainsaw, Eminem's surprise and getting over RSV

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 44:32


Miss. Shannan is filling in this morning and has been trimming her trees. What Halloween candy is number 1 in Minnesota; it's shocking and lame. Eminem surprised fans at the opening of his restaurant "Mom's Spaghetti." Delta Airlines features woman and Black-owned alcohol companies onboard starting this month. Alexis' son is slowly getting over RSV.

Documentary First
Episode 134 | Applying Lessons Learned and The Brave Dutch!

Documentary First

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 63:13


Josh is finally back, we talk through some updates about the Girl Who Wore Freedom on Delta Air Lines, Christian gives us an update about a future L'Oréal event, and Fort Bragg. We get an update about Grueling Glory, the short film, it's film festival run, and Christian explains the difference between feature/short film festival submissions. Christian gives us an overview of the Netherlands' role in World War II, the bombings, the surrender, the resistance. Then we dive into the story of The Brave Dutch.

Hospitality Forward
Episode #39: Sam Dangremond, Contributing Digital Editor, Town & Country

Hospitality Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 22:16


In Episode #39, Hanna Lee and Michael Anstendig of Hanna Lee Communications chat with Sam Dangremond, a Contributing Digital Editor for Town & Country, where he covers cocktails, restaurants, wine, travel and men's style.⁣ ⁣Sam also holds a J.D. and an M.B.A. and is a newly minted attorney, admitted to the Connecticut, New York and New Jersey Bars. In addition, he is a private pilot and an EMT.⁣⁣Have a listen as this urbane, curious and multi-talented journalist shares his thoughts on:⁣⁣How being a journalist makes him a better lawyer and vice versa and the differences between the two distinct styles of writing⁣Why he is interested in both established chefs and younger upstarts who are changing the game in some way⁣⁣How Town & Country's SEO specialists help inspire editorial coverage by sharing what topics are being searched for on Google⁣⁣Why design matters and why it is important to include venue photos along with food and beverage⁣⁣Why he thinks Delta Airlines is moving hospitality forward⁣⁣Connect with Sam via email at spcdangremond@gmail.com and on IG at @samdangremond. Follow ​​@townandcountrymag and its Editor in Chief @stellenevolandes.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣For more information on our agency, please visit www.hannaleecommunications.com.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ For a chance to win our agency's new book, "The Japanese Art of the Cocktail," please email info@hannaleecommunications.com and share your favorite pitching tip from the show.⁣⁣⁣⁣Connect with hosts Hanna Lee (@hannaleeny), Michael Anstendig (@michaelanstendig) and our agency (@hannaleepr) on IG.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Deliberate Leaders Podcast with Allison Dunn
Make Your Job Work for You with Carson Tate

Deliberate Leaders Podcast with Allison Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 25:26


Carson Tate is the founder and managing partner of Working Simply, Inc., a business consulting firm that partners with organizations, business leaders and employees to enhance workplace productivity, foster employee engagement, and build personal and professional legacies. Working Simply has served brands including AbbVie, Delta Airlines, Deloitte, FedEx, Wells Fargo, Chick-fil-A, and Lowe's.Carson is the author of “Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style” and “Own It. Love It. Make It Work.” She is also the creator of the Productivity Style Assessment®, which was featured in HBR's Guide to Being More Productive.Carson has appeared on Bloomberg Businessweek, Business Insider, CBS Money Watch, Fast Company, Forbes, the Harvard Business Review, the New York Times, and USA Today.During the interview, we discuss…how work has been changed forever, and why that's a good thinghow a job can help you find meaning3 steps to make any job your dream job5 tools to make your job work for youhow to get the recognition you deservehow people undermine relationships, and how to improve critical interactionshow to avoid losing career momentumhow to design your wok to meet both personal and professional goalsAfter the interview...Visit Carson online https://carsontate.comConnect on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/carsontateLike on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thecarsontateFollow on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thecarsontateRead “Own It. Love It. Make It Work.” https://www.amazon.com/Own-Love-Make-Work-Dream/dp/B099BPZV64Read “Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style” https://www.amazon.com/Work-Simply-Embracing-Personal-Productivity/dp/1591847303Claim Your Free Gift!We're giving away a one-year membership to the world's #1 business book summary service for leaders! Our gift will help you stay on top of the latest ideas, decide which books to read next, and engage your teams.To get your gift:Leave a rating or review on your favorite listening channel.Take a screenshot of your review.Share the screenshot on LinkedIn, and mention either “Allison Dunn” or “Deliberate Directions” and the “Deliberate Leaders Podcast”.=============Allison DunnExecutive Business CoachDeliberate Directions + Executive Business Coaching + Training Center3003 W Main Street, Suite 110, Boise ID 83702(208) 350-6551Website https://www.deliberatedirections.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisondunnPodcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliberate-leaders-podcast-with-allison-dunn/id1500464675

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Delta Airlines in-flight experience

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 2:50


Travel Guys Radio
The Annual Fulton Avenue CruiseFest is coming soon

Travel Guys Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 43:11


Listen Now On the Sunday, September 26th edition of The Travel Guys…  Delta Airlines says it makes no sense to ban flyers from one airline unless they are banned from all airlines. Makes perfect sense to us. Plus, knowing getting thrown off a plane for not obeying a flight attendant or refusing to wear a mask could make it so you couldn't fly anywhere ever might be a bit of a deterrent to some. Maybe....

STAFFER
Will Kinzel

STAFFER

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 48:36


Will Kinzel is the Vice President of Molson Coors Beverage Company (commonly known as Molson Coors), a Canadian multinational drink and brewing company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to that, he served as the Government Affairs Managing Director for Delta Airlines for over five years. Will also worked in the Office of the Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) from 2011-2013 as Assistant to the Speaker for Policy.

Take to the Sky: the Air Disaster Podcast
Take to the Sky Episode 076: Delta Air Lines Flight 1141

Take to the Sky: the Air Disaster Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 72:56


In this week's episode of Take to the Sky: the Air Disaster Podcast, Stephanie takes us through the shocking events that contributed to the crash of Delta Air Lines Flight 1141 on August 31, 1988. As the NTSB attempted to reconstruct the airplane's configuration in search of what could have caused a crash just moments after takeoff, answers came from an unexpected source and forced the industry to take an even closer look at what it means to prepare for a safe flight. Don't miss a single legacy: join our Patreon for exclusive air disaster stories, layover episodes, and surprises!   Visit our website at taketotheskypodcast.com for show notes and our merch store!

On Brand with Donny Deutsch
Joe Namath: Embodying Individuality & Team Spirit

On Brand with Donny Deutsch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 70:40


On Today's episode Donny sits down with legendary football icon, "Broadway Joe" Joe Namath. Together they discuss how Joe came to be the template for athletes as brands, and Joe opens up with stories from his football days, his influences, and sobriety. Joe shares how he's always wanted to live a full life beyond his football career, and reminds us that we can stand out as individuals as well as be great team players. But before that, Donny shares whether this week he thinks brands like Delta Airlines, Chris Christie, Mercedes, Boxing, Drew Brees, and Taco Bell among others have either leveled up or slipped down.  THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Miro - http://www.miro.com/DONNY to start your free account  Postie - http://www.Postie.com/DONNY for a free Postie demo Vivino - http://www.vivino.com/DONNY code DONNY to save 20% on your first order of up to $200. Talkspace - http://www.talkspace.com code Donny for $100 off Follow Donny: @Donnyjdeutsch  Follow Steve Madden: @RealJoeNamath Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jeff Ward Show
Has Delta Airlines Solved the Anti-Vax Problem?

The Jeff Ward Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 16:24


"The Jeff Ward Show” is for those who are unafraid to be intellectually challenged. With no political, social, or moral agenda, snarky Austin-based host, Jeff Ward, consistently challenges his audience to examine relevant issues and situations in alternative ways. Ward, who is known for his bold, irreverent commentary on stuff that matters, never leaves listeners without their curiosity piqued, their beliefs challenged, or their minds reeling. If you crave more of those “whoa” moments in your life, then you need “The Jeff Ward Show.”   Subscribe, rate and write a review to Our Little Show!    Jeff Ward is a highly decorated former NCAA football player with extensive ties to the University of Texas. He's been nominated as an Outstanding Young Texas Ex, and while a student at The University of Texas, he was a four-year Letterman in football, a football team captain, a member of the Athletics Director's Academic Honor Roll, a three-time all-conference football player, and a two-time All-American football player. He's among the top five all-time leading scorers at The University of Texas, and he's the NCAA record holder for game-winning field goals. He was selected in the 1988 NFL Draft to play football professionally. The podcast market is oversaturated with NCAA and NFL football content but with Jeff, you get the educated perspective of someone who's lived it.    Jeff has been appearing on both national news and local (Texas-based) news platforms to discuss sports, politics and economics for over 20 years. Jeff's time at The University of Texas provided him with knowledge of worldwide economics, marketing strategies and the economics of sports, particularly with NCAA Football. With the NCAA always finding itself involved in hot-button issues, Jeff Ward explains what's going on behind the scenes.    Jeff takes a libertarian position when it comes to politics. Jeff is a Libertarian to maximize autonomy and freedom of politics. Jeff is aware that people are not going to agree with all of his opinions when it comes to politics, but he challenges you to look at other perspectives.  Being Libertarian displays a skepticism of authority and state power, but some Libertarians diverge on the scope of their opposition to existing systems of economics and systems of politics. Libertarian thinking highlights the dignity of each individual. The growing extension of dignity to people is one of the great libertarian achievements of the world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Insight On Business the News Hour
The Business News Headlines 14 September 2021

Insight On Business the News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 12:20


So the consumer price index (CPI) went down in August. That's a good thing, right? Well, that all depends. Wall Street was having none of it. Welcome to the Tuesday Edition of the business news headlines. Plus don't miss the conversation about video, video production and your business from Tero International and former TV production pro, Nika Clark. But first: CPI down, Wall Street says, "meh"; Is college worth the price? South Korea to fine Google...the story; Some automakers cry foul about the EV incentives; Carrot or Stick - Part Two and Delta Airlines; The Wall Street Report; Dread gives way to fear about the commute & some answers. Those stories plus you'll meet Nika Clark the person behind the amazing video production pieces being sent out from Tero International. But, this conversation is really about you and your business. Now Tero is allowing others to use their amazing studio and what you get for the price is well worth it. Plus a shout out to our friend Jeff Greenfield a leader in marketing/advertising because this story matches what we were talking about last month.  To listen to Nika, just click here. Thanks for being here! The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.  

Better Call Daddy
160. How To Be Smarter, Faster, And Harder To Kill Greg Williams and Brian Marren

Better Call Daddy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 62:28


Some things aren't always what they seem.  Greg Williams and Brian Marren teach people what they need to know about human behavior, pattern recognition, and analysis.  They stick to the basics about how we are wired.   We repeat patterns.  How do I leave my house and read what's not normal?  There has to be an explanation.  Find out  today how to be more aware of the lurkers.  Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Greg Williams is the President and Founder of Arcadia Cognerati, a consulting firm specializing in assessing, developing, and conducting training and education to address urgent safety and security needs in some of the most challenging environments on the planet. Prior to starting his own company, Greg was the former Director of Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis / Irregular Warfare for Orbis Operations in McLean, Virginia. Previous to that, Greg was the Director, Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis / Irregular Warfare for Cubic Applications in San Diego, California USA. Greg is a decorated, veteran urban law enforcement professional and a decorated, veteran former soldier with over 30 years of combined experience and expertise. He is an adjunct professor of Sociology and has done work for Western State University, San Diego State University and the University of Southern California as well as USC's Institute for Creative Technology. Greg is an industry expert in Irregular Warfare for the Defense Community. Greg has worked with the Drug Enforcement Administrations (DEA) Mobile Enforcement Team (MET) and the 5th Judicial District's Drug Task Force and Shooting Task Force in Colorado. Greg has held virtually every law enforcement position from patrol officer, shift supervisor, SWAT director, undercover Narcotics operations supervisor, Undersheriff and Interim Chief of Police.   Greg has a US Department of Defense (DoD) Top Secret security clearance and has worked as a subject matter expert, contractor or consultant for many US DoD Agencies including the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, the Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities (CETO), Joint Forces Command (JFCOM), Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) and the US Marine Corps Special Operations Training Group (SOTG) to name but a few.   Outside of the USA, Greg has worked with NATO Commands including Strategic Allied Command Transformation (Four Star Command), the Hungarian Defence Forces and the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center (NMIOTC). Greg has done work for the Ministry of Defense of Iraq, Afghanistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.     Greg has been a subject matter expert (SME) for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) as well as for the future immersive training environment joint capability training demonstration (FITE JCTD).   Greg has trained every Tier One military force in the United States and much of the world. Greg has trained the DEA, FBI, ATF, CIA, DIA, and the US Department of Homeland Security, US Border Patrol, US Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC), US Border Patrol Search, Trauma, and Rescue team (BORSTAR), US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and many other agencies tasked with the protection of US Citizens domestically and abroad. Greg Williams created Combat Profiling and the Combat Profiling Program of Instruction (POI) and the USJFCOMs highly successful Border Hunter Program of Instruction (POI). Greg Williams was the architect of the world-renowned US Marine Corps' highly successful and lifesaving Combat Hunter program. In addition to the Combat Hunter program of instruction (POI); Greg Williams was instrumental in designing and refining the USMCs' Lioness and Law Enforcement Professionals programs for combat zones. Greg has developed programs for Private Security Firms, Delta Air Lines, numerous school systems, First Responders and Law Enforcement agencies. Greg has lectured at Universities in Michigan, Ohio, Florida, Colorado and California. Greg was the co-author on two white papers for scientific journals. Greg has multi-conflict, full spectrum operational experience with conventional and special operations forces, law enforcement professionals, and other government agencies. The Commander of the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) General James Mattis referred to Greg Williams as “a National treasure”. Brian Marren is a decorated Marine, High Threat Protection security professional and Subject Matter Expert on Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. He has spent the last eighteen years conducting both real world and training operations all over the United States, the Middle East and both Central and East Asia. Brian is a highly experienced, highly motivated professional that has the ability to adapt to any environment whether he is on the battlefield, in a classroom or at a board meeting. While in the Marine Corps, Brian served as a Marine Scout/Sniper with multiple combat deployments to the Al Anbar Province of Iraq during the height of counterinsurgency operations. As a Team Leader, he successfully led hundreds of both combat and training missions. During this time, Brian was meritoriously promoted ahead of his peers on three separate occasions due to his leadership capability and overall professionalism. After being honorably discharged from the Marine Corps, Brian was hired by Cubic Applications to be a Tactics Analyst at the newly constructed Infantry Immersive Trainer (IIT) aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. During his time at the IIT Brian trained and advised thousands of Marines on how to make better tactical decisions during highly complex and chaotic live fire training exercises. Under his guidance, thousands of Marines became more adaptable and better at sense making during highly stressful situations. While working as an instructor, Brian assisted with a number of scientific studies conducted by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and Pacific Science and Engineering (PSE) in order to help determine the efficacy of the Infantry Immersive Trainer and the Marine Corps Combat Hunter program. Brian also worked as a security contractor for the U.S. State Department High Threat Protection program. During this time, he was responsible for personally protecting hundreds of U.S. Government personnel in multiple high threat environments including Iraq and Afghanistan. Brian performed all major duties of a security detail to include leading numerous small teams on highly sensitive protection operations. Brian has trained and advised numerous Tier One military units, conventional forces, and private sector clients on the art and science of Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. Brian has also trained and advised hundreds of Law Enforcement Professionals to include US Border Patrol, DEA, ICE, TSA, US Marshals and other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Currently, Brian serves as the Vice President of Operations for Arcadia Cognerati, a service provider specializing in assessing, developing and conducting training and education to addressurgent safety and security needs in some of the most challenging environments in the world. Brian continues to serve the veteran community as an Ambassador for Carry The Load. Brian holds a Masters of Science in Applied Psychology from the University of Southern California and a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Arizona State University. The Left Of Greg Podcast https://linktr.ee/Left_Of_Greg   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you! ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy  

Flugvarpið
# 33 – íslensk-ameríski herflugmaðurinn – John S. Magnusson

Flugvarpið

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 61:49


Rætt er við Jón S. Magnússon sem byrjaði sitt flugnám á Íslandi á áttunda áratugnum og hélt síðan áfram flugnáminu í bandaríska sjóhernum. Hann er líkega einn fárra ef ekki eini Íslendingurinn sem hefur flogið í US Navy. Hann segir hér frá stórmerkilegum ferli, hvernig það var að vera í sjóhernum og t.d. að lenda á flugmóðurskipi. Jón átti einnig yfir 30 ára flugmannsferil hjá Northwest Airlines og síðar Delta Airlines þar sem hann hann var m.a. flugstjóri í fyrsta áætlunarflugi Delta í farþegaflugi til Íslands frá bæði New York og Minneapolis.

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!
Episode 229: Do You Want To Be Well? with Dr. David Sandstrom

Oh, My Health...There Is Hope!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 30:09


In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with David Sandstrom. David is a Certified Nutritional Counselor, Naturopathic Doctor, and a Biblical Health Coach. He's the host of the Natural Health Matters Podcast. His book "The Christian's Guide to Holistic Health" and he's also an Airline Captain for Delta Airlines. “Illness does not just strike at random. Illness is given the opportunity by a compromised host.” Jana and David talk about: 1) Beating Lymes disease with natural options 2) There is no magic pill, lifestyle changes will create so much in your wellness journey. 3) Focus on nutrition, movement, and sleep 4) Getting emotionally centered and knowing how to deal with them. 5) The spiritual component to your wellness journey This 30-minute episode is on: In this episode, Jana and Dr. Sandstrom discuss beating Lymes disease through holistic and natural options. There is no magic pill so stop looking for one. Focusing on nutrition, movement, and sleep. And adding in the spiritual component. Meet David Sandstrom: https://www.davidsandstrom.com  https://www.instagram.com/david.j.sandstrom/  https://www.facebook.com/david.j.sandstrom  Free downloads for listeners: https://davidsandstrom.com/holisticlife/  Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/  Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music  Free Gift: 5 Keys To Becoming The Next Influencer Free Video Series Are you ready to see just how powerful your business can be through storytelling? Grab my FREE video series outlining how you can become the next influencer through your powerful story. The upside is right; now, over 90% of businesses are online. On the downside to you is over 90% of businesses are currently online. If you want to stake your place in this crowded space, you need to stand out and be unique. Learn how to do just that for your brand and business. Grab your gift today: https://www.janashort.com/becoming-the-next-influencers-download-offer/  Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/ 

The David Knight Show
Tue 7Sep21 From Martial Law to Detention Camps; Not Just Exclusion But Prison for Unvaxed

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 181:39


* WellCamp — the cynical name of Australia's massive project of detention camps the next stage of medical martial law* Australia's “Dictator Dan” says it won't be “lockdown” but LOCK OUT from the economy AND healthcare for those who don't get the Trump jab* Fact-Checking “religious sincerity”? Now government, employers and media will sit in judgment of your religious beliefs* After “refugee” goes on stabbing spree, NZ stores stop selling knives (and scissors)* Time for a good “horse laugh” at FDA, Rolling Stone & Maddow's latest phony Ivermectin hit piece* Israel vs Palestinians — who's vaxed and who's getting sick?* Democrats now want to tax all plastic* Relentless march of mandates continues — damn the adverse effects, full Warp Speed aheadTOPICS by TIMECODE3:55 Protests in France, Canada against vaccine mandates.  Trudeau pelted with rocks6:41 Who is spreading viruses? Oxford University, developer of AstraZeneca jab, says those vaccinated have 251 TIMES VIRAL LOAD of the unvaccinated.  So why the mandates?13:35 Listeners: Letter from school district rejects medical & religious exemptions.  Like “national security”, “school security” now trumps individual rights20:52  A “Vaccinated Economy” — “Lock OUT” Unvaccinated. Coming everywhere — the only difference is the speed of the roll out Can't have the unvaccinated “roaming around the place spreading the virus”.  From lockdown to “LOCK OUT”.  There will be a “vaccinated economy” and you get to participate IF you get the jab.32:33. Highway Patrol, healthcare providers told NO religious exemptions.  How could these people serve on the “frontline” for 18 months but now must be vaxed?  What's the hidden agenda?39:13 Listener letters — companies are pushing out people seeking religious exemption using HR writeup.47:53 Military injuries and deaths from “vaccines” already piling up49:31 What should we compare the employee vax mandates to? Remember Russian Roulette scene from “The Deer Hunter”?  Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken.52:47 Update on my acquaintance who was vax-injured and a listener letter from EMS worker — will enough people refuse the jab to shut the business down?1:08:41 Listener who works for Delta Airlines — the $200 insurance charge for unvaccinated employees doesn't add up.  Doesn't apply to family members and those who smoke or engage in other “risks” aren't being charged — just the unvaccinated1:12:36  “Religious Sincerity” Will Be Tested — As Shepherds Betray Their People. NBC says “no organized religion” opposes vaccine.  So who do you follow? What is the authority for your religious beliefs? Media & lawyers bring in “bioethicists” to give cover to their unethical, unconstitutional dictates.1:39:39 Catholic speechwriter for Pence talks about how Pence, Trump and Bishops have betrayed us1:48:46 Is the spike different on “delta”, “lambda”, “mu” variants? Do these variants even exist? How do they know people are sick from “variants” if they're not testing for variants?1:57:57 Israel Gets Sicker, But Unvaxed Palestinians Not Seeing A Surge. A stark contrast between highest vaccination rate and perhaps the lowest vaccination rate.  Israel looks to Booster #4 — “This is our life now”.1:59:58 “Well Camp” — A Cynical Name for Prisons for Unvaccinated. Media and politicians brag about long term concentration camps — already accommodates more than twice as many people as died “with” Covid.  More are being built — and it's coming worldwide2:30:34 Biden presses on with Chipman for ATF head as establishment Republican says “Responsible Gun Ownership is a Lie”.2:34:54 NZ “Knife Control” After Terrorist Refugee Goes on Killing Spree. More than 30 cops were following the ISIS “sympathizer” but he stabbed 7 people, 3 of them critically, while police waited outside the store.  A national New Zealand chain may stop selling knives.  Problem solved!2:41:35 Democrats want to tax PLASTIC! Essentially a tax on everything.  And an American soldier tries to explain taxes to Afghans.  They think it's theft.2:56:50 Maddow, Rolling Stones, FDA Caught in Ivermectin Lies.  Still Won't Correct. You won't believe the absurd story and how they doubled down even after they were caught.Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail:         David Knight         POB 1323         Elgin, TX 78621

The REAL David Knight Show
Tue 7Sep21 From Martial Law to Detention Camps; Not Just Exclusion But Prison for Unvaxed

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 181:38


WellCamp — the cynical name of Australia's massive project of detention camps the next stage of medical martial law Australia's “Dictator Dan” says it won't be “lockdown” but LOCK OUT from the economy AND healthcare for those who don't get the Trump jab Fact-Checking “religious sincerity”? Now government, employers and media will sit in judgment of your religious beliefs After “refugee” goes on stabbing spree, NZ stores stop selling knives (and scissors) Time for a good “horse laugh” at FDA, Rolling Stone & Maddow's latest phony Ivermectin hit piece Israel vs Palestinians — who's vaxed and who's getting sick? Democrats now want to tax all plastic Relentless march of mandates continues — damn the adverse effects, full Warp Speed ahead TOPICS by TIMECODE 3:55 Protests in France, Canada against vaccine mandates.  Trudeau pelted with rocks 6:41 Who is spreading viruses? Oxford University, developer of AstraZeneca jab, says those vaccinated have 251 TIMES VIRAL LOAD of the unvaccinated.  So why the mandates? 13:35 Listeners: Letter from school district rejects medical & religious exemptions.  Like “national security”, “school security” now trumps individual rights 20:52  A “Vaccinated Economy” — “Lock OUT” Unvaccinated. Coming everywhere — the only difference is the speed of the roll out Can't have the unvaccinated “roaming around the place spreading the virus”.  From lockdown to “LOCK OUT”.  There will be a “vaccinated economy” and you get to participate IF you get the jab. 32:33. Highway Patrol, healthcare providers told NO religious exemptions.  How could these people serve on the “frontline” for 18 months but now must be vaxed?  What's the hidden agenda? 39:13 Listener letters — companies are pushing out people seeking religious exemption using HR writeup. 47:53 Military injuries and deaths from “vaccines” already piling up 49:31 What should we compare the employee vax mandates to? Remember Russian Roulette scene from “The Deer Hunter”?  Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken. 52:47 Update on my acquaintance who was vax-injured and a listener letter from EMS worker — will enough people refuse the jab to shut the business down? 1:08:41 Listener who works for Delta Airlines — the $200 insurance charge for unvaccinated employees doesn't add up.  Doesn't apply to family members and those who smoke or engage in other “risks” aren't being charged — just the unvaccinated 1:12:36  “Religious Sincerity” Will Be Tested — As Shepherds Betray Their People. NBC says “no organized religion” opposes vaccine.  So who do you follow? What is the authority for your religious beliefs? Media & lawyers bring in “bioethicists” to give cover to their unethical, unconstitutional dictates. 1:39:39 Catholic speechwriter for Pence talks about how Pence, Trump and Bishops have betrayed us 1:48:46 Is the spike different on “delta”, “lambda”, “mu” variants? Do these variants even exist? How do they know people are sick from “variants” if they're not testing for variants? 1:57:57 Israel Gets Sicker, But Unvaxed Palestinians Not Seeing A Surge. A stark contrast between highest vaccination rate and perhaps the lowest vaccination rate.  Israel looks to Booster #4 — “This is our life now”. 1:59:58 “Well Camp” — A Cynical Name for Prisons for Unvaccinated. Media and politicians brag about long term concentration camps — already accommodates more than twice as many people as died “with” Covid.  More are being built — and it's coming worldwide 2:30:34 Biden presses on with Chipman for ATF head as establishment Republican says “Responsible Gun Ownership is a Lie”. 2:34:54 NZ “Knife Control” After Terrorist Refugee Goes on Killing Spree. More than 30 cops were following the ISIS “sympathizer” but he stabbed 7 people, 3 of them critically, while police waited outside the store.  A national New Zealand chain may stop selling knives.  Problem solved! 2:41:35 Democrats want to tax PLASTIC! Essentially a tax on everything.  And an American soldier tries to explain taxes to Afghans.  They think it's theft. 2:56:50 Maddow, Rolling Stones, FDA Caught in Ivermectin Lies.  Still Won't Correct. You won't believe the absurd story and how they doubled down even after they were caught. Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.com If you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation through Zelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.com Cash App at:  $davidknightshow BTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7 Mail:          David Knight          POB 1323          Elgin, TX 78621

VO BOSS Podcast
Voice and AI: The Future of VO with Rudy Gaskins

VO BOSS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 31:45


Adaptability is your superpower. Keeping on top of changing trends, technologies, and reads is what makes a marketable voice actor. Co-Founder and CEO of SOVAS, Rudy Gaskins joins us this week to discuss how being adaptable will keep us working during the rise of AI voices. Join Anne and Rudy four our next installment of the voice and AI series where we discuss how to stay relevant, why now is the time to get in the AI game, and how the future of voiceover, both union and non-union may be impacted by this disruptive technology. Guest Bio Rudy is the Co-founder, Chairman & CEO of the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences™ (SOVAS™), an international nonprofit corporation that oversees That's Voiceover!™ Career Expo, the Voice Arts® Awards, and multiple programs providing training, education, academic/financial aid scholarships and career counseling for voice actors. Rudy has also worked on Union sound editing and music production. Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast, the AI and Voice series. I'm your host, Anne Ganguzza, and today it is my pleasure to have special guest Rudy Gaskins, the co-founder, chairman and CEO of the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences, otherwise known as SOVAS, an international nonprofit corporation that oversees the That's Voiceover career expo and the Voice Arts Awards and multiple programs that provide training, education, and financial aid to voice actors. So in addition to this, Rudy was also a union sound editor for Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing," and a music editor for Brian Depalma's "The Untouchables," and last, but certainly not least, and I don't want to make him angry, he holds a second degree black belt in taekwondo. Thank you so much for joining me, Rudy, and welcome to the show. Rudy: It's a pleasure. Thank you for having me, Anne. Anne: Well, I am very excited to talk to you today about this topic, which seems to be on everybody's minds, and that is of AI and the voiceover industry. And you had sent out an email to your subscribers the other day -- I was one of those and I received it -- entitled "Adaptability is Your Superpower." And in that email, you asked us to take a look at the impact that artificial intelligence is having on the world of the voice arts. And I really liked that you had this quote in the beginning from the French philosopher, that the sad thing about artificial intelligence is that it lacks artifice and therefore intelligence, which I think is a really great way to lead off that conversation because it is a very sensitive topic for most of us. Talk to me a little bit about how you feel about AI voices and their impact on the voiceover world today. Rudy: Well, I guess the first thing I would say is that there are, there are many uses for AI voices that are critical to life and death situations. And so it's important not to look at artificial intelligence and automatically assume bad things, automatically paint a picture of doom and gloom. For voice actors, it's very different because we're literally talking about our livelihoods and I'm not a voice actor, but I, I speak on behalf of voice actors as, as the chairman of SOVAS, and SOVAS, our very existence is only because of voice actors. So we do have a dog in this fight, so to speak, but there is a lot of emotion that services -- when you're talking about taking away people's livelihoods. But what's missing beyond the emotion is really understanding how AI is finding its way into the zeitgeist of communication and seeing more clearly why producers are using AI and for what reasons they're using it. And I think when you start to look more carefully at the why, you begin to understand it better, and it lessens the anxiety in terms of whether you in particular are at risk, given the kind of voice work you may be doing. Anne: Do you think all types of voice work are going to be effected ultimately or what particular genres? Rudy: I think ultimately they will all be affected to some degree, and some, the AI aspect may fall away because it's not as effective, and others, it may become more of a hybrid where, hey, we need to do it this way in order to manage money, manage time, and well, those two things alone is enough. But I think all of it will be tested. Anne: Mmm, yes. I, I think it's important that you said in the very beginning that you think that some of it will fall away. And I think yes, due to people using it and seeing if it's acceptable or they like it, or they don't like it, and they tweak -- and I think that that's something that as voice actors may feel that their livelihoods are being impacted so greatly with this, it's fear, based on fear. But I think we do need to really understand that I think there's going to be a testing period where people see if these voices will work for their need. And that's an important thing that we tend to forget, and we tend to get very up in arms, and basically just out of fear, just make a blanket statement saying that we never want to affiliate ourselves with an AI voice ever again. Rudy: Right, just say no! Anne: Just say no! And somehow we might get labeled, if we, if we look at AI voices, as if we are contributing to the demise of the industry. Your thoughts on that. Rudy: Yeah. That's, I think it's just the opposite. If we put our heads in the sand and hope it goes away, we're just going to find ourselves out of work. And, you know, AI is here. It's not a thing that's coming. It's not a thing that anyone is testing to see if it will work. It does work, you know, on many different levels. And so it is here. And the smart thing to do is to examine it, and see how it works, and see where it works best, and why people are choosing it, whether it be money or, or just creating more efficient processes for getting the work done. And so that you can then know how you can fit into that. And you've got to test it for yourself. You've got to play with it, and learn about it, and hear from the people who are on the development side. And because there are lots of jobs now that are in the AI space, and kids are coming out of college with a focus on artificial intelligence. So it's not going anywhere. Learn about it, and your chances of thriving as a voice actor are going to be better. Anne: I think also you have something in your newsletter that talked about that your voice is your own personal signature that ultimately no amount of programming can really replace. And I think that that's also important for us to remember that I believe that there is a place for AI voices, but perhaps not in places in voice acting that require maybe long format or a lot of the acting. A lot of times people will refer to it, what level of acting is AI going to replace? What are your thoughts on that? Rudy: Well, one AI is starting with actual voices. So the best AI that you're going to hear is going to be sourced from a real person who is making every attempt that they can conceive of to bring emotion and nuance to what they record. And then the technology is looking very carefully, and it's getting smarter every day, to make sure that it can replicate emotions and nuance. It's not going to ever be, I don't believe, as sophisticated as, as a human being because we can react in a millisecond to something that's emotional, whereas that has to all be programmed into AI. So I believe acting will remain key, whether you're recording your voice to put it into a bank, or whether you're the developer who's trying to manipulate the voices so that they have more resonance with human sensibilities, acting is going to be key. And perhaps those who are not studying acting, but are strictly focused on voice acting would do well to expand their skills on the acting side of things. Because as even with AI coming into prominence on some level, when you compare one voice to the next, there's going to be a judgment about whether it's better or worse. And if your performance is better, then you're going to win the day. Anne: Yeah, if your performance is better for the particular application. Rudy: Yes. Anne: So do you think that every voice actor should create an AI voice? Rudy: I think it's going to happen. You know, I, at this point, I'm not endorsing how people should actually use the information as much as saying, get the information, know what it's about, understand it, and then make the smartest choice for you. And, you know, sometimes we create technologies because we can without thinking about whether we should. Not every technology that gets created is a positive disruption. If something causes a loss of massive jobs in the country, and the upside is that, you know, two people get rich, obviously that's a bad choice. On the other hand, some technologies create more jobs and open up new evidence. And the number of people who are doing voice acting in the niche areas where AI may have an impact is probably not going to change the unemployment rate in the United States. Knowing that you can be swept away like that is part of what's very agonizing. It would create a lot of fear, but knowing how it works and where to use it and how to use it is going to enable you to be able to be a part of the growth as opposed to a casualty. Anne: Yeah. Well, I've been thinking, you know, as of late, after I've been doing a lot of research on the topic, because I've been doing a lot of podcasts on it, that AI, I think, is wonderful for a lot of things. And I think it's kind of just feeling out this voice acting replacement kind of deal where, you know, it's going to be what I think the consumer of the media is going to accept. It's kind of like, you know, video production and, and music when it went digital, and then video production went, oh, we can shoot movies on our phones. And so I think this is kind of feeling its way. And I think that the technology is only as good as the humans that are developing it. And I, I'm hoping that, you know, ultimately it will find its place where we can all survive in this industry and, and have a piece of it and it actually generates more work for us. However -- Rudy: Yeah, that would be great. Anne: -- I know that it's -- yeah. I like to believe in that. And I, I like to think that it's going to evolve that way, because, you know, with these, with certain cases that have been prevalent in the news recently, the TikTok case with Bev Standing, and then also the Anthony Bourdain movie, where they used a few lines of, of AI -- what are your thoughts about how voice talent can protect their voices? I think that these cases might be able to help enact laws that might protect our voices. But what are your thoughts? Rudy: I'm, I'm already hearing the producers, who are really pushing AI, in many cases are already talking about how they're going to pay the actors, and ensure that when they, when they add lines, for example, and the actor is not there, and they're just using the voice to fix the script or to generate an entirely new script, that the actor will get paid as if they showed up and did the job. If they make fixes, the actor gets paid, as if they showed up and did the fix. That's, that's where the battle is on, on the economic front. It will still be a matter of hiring talent to do the original source material. And then it's just, how do we keep track of that and make sure that people are getting paid -- Anne: Right. Rudy: -- and that the buyers are being straight with everybody. But I think that fight is going to be on the economic front. You know, when you, you talk about the acting side of it again, I mean, in my heart, I believe that there are inalienable traits of being human that really do sustain us through, through oral communication. And those things are, they're not, I don't believe they're trackable or traceable in such a way that you can kind of write an algorithm about it. You can mimic it, but when it comes to how we communicate with each other -- and a lot of it is also already lost in, in video games and things in terms of body language and things that happen that are part of communication that only happened when it's an actual person. And we feel these things, these things happen in microseconds all the time. So even for animals, you know, the, you know, not that we aren't animals, but even with, you know, other kinds of animals, they make sounds, and that's part of how they communicate with each other. And if you were to record those things and try to create something that would communicate animal to animal, I'm not sure how effective that would be. Anne: Hmm, interesting. Now also you're a director, Rudy. Rudy: Yes. Anne: So what, you know, I'm thinking how directable -- I mean, thoughts on being able to direct an AI voice? That's a little bit difficult right now. And I don't know, I don't know if you've heard anything, if it's going to be as possible as you think. I know that you can tweak some AI voices in terms of pitch and pacing and possible emotion, but I'm not quite sure. There's so many nuances of the human emotion. What are your thoughts about that? Rudy: Yeah, well, here's -- the scary, the scary news is that as much as we recognize the quality of great acting and the nuance of communication, the consumer is not that concerned. That's where we lose, that people are, are happy with good enough. And we see that everywhere. I mean, there was a time when I thought I will never watch a movie on a seven-inch screen, but then I was thrilled that I could find one in the back of my seat on an airplane because it gave me something to do. Anne: Right, right. Rudy: And people use their phones to watch movies all the time. But once upon a time we thought that'll never work. That's crazy to even consider. But it's a matter of convenience. I work -- I'm working now with the audio description, which is narration for blind people, to be able to understand what's being seen on the screen. And many of them would rather have an electronic synthesized voice that was not created from a source than to have nothing. Anne: Right, right. Good point. And that's kind of the scary point, right? Rudy: Yeah. Anne: It's what, it's what the consumer is going to say is, well, it's okay. It's good enough. And I think that's almost impossible for us to really -- I mean, I wish I could see into the future -- but I, I have a feeling over time, especially with, you know, voice technologies like Alexa, and hopefully you don't have one there that I just [laughs] that I just woke up. Or the voice technologies, I mean, children are using them on a day-to-day, and I think that it all starts with your ear and what your ear is used to and what, just what you get used to as being the norm. Rudy: That's right. Anne: I think that as the years go on with people using -- I know that I've been using my voice technology more and more, and as long as I know that it's a voice and it's a synthesized voice, I'm okay with it. I think if the quality gets to be too human-like and I might, and I have like, just a, a note that isn't human-like I might be like, hmm, I don't know if I trust that anymore. And I think that might have a lot to do with using AI voices in commercial spots where trust has a lot to do with things in terms of selling. Rudy: Yeah, I think commercials is one of the places where it will be a difficult road for AI. Anne: Yeah, yeah. Or maybe long format like narration, I'm thinking, that might require some acting and some human engagement. Rudy: Mm-hmm. But there, again, it becomes a matter of how much quality do you -- is really required. Anne: Right. Rudy: Again, for audio description, like I said, there are synthesized voices that are completely manufactured without starting from a human source. And that can be fine for certain things, you know, reading something that's on a screen, for example, when you have nothing else at your disposal, then you're thrilled to have at least that. And so that will always be pushing back against, you know, having a human voice, you know, replete with all the nuances. The, I think the other issue is speed with which you can get information to people. Anne: Yeah. Rudy: And it takes time to record human beings in a booth. And there are lots of cases where we need the information more than we need the nuance. And we'll take advantage of that. The young folks growing up, they're actually learning to decipher these types of voices. It's not, it's not, it's not something new for them. It's what they're born into. Anne: Right, right. Rudy: So they're, they're already learning to decipher and figure out what nuances between the lines. So at some point there won't be much of an argument in terms of, you know, great acting, makes all the difference. There's going to be some sort of common ground there, some sort of middle ground. Anne: So where do you see the industry in five to ten years? Right now, it's like, hmm, I can, I totally understand. And of course, as the younger generation comes up, are they going to be even caring about the nuances really? Where do you see industry in five to ten years? Rudy: Well, I do, I do think what we're calling the nuances will still be a factor in five years. I won't go to ten because I think the shakeup in the, in the fall, that is going to happen in less than five. Anne: Oh, I agree with you there. Yeah. Rudy: And, and that there will be instances like, like you suggested earlier with commercials where the appeal is very specific to, to a demographic, and the story that you're telling and the memory that you hope to create is essential. Because, you know, with commercials, people aren't running out to buy your product right away. You have to create something that lives in their mind until they come around to it. So one day I'm walking through the grocery aisle, and I think, oh my God, I've been thinking about trying that product. Maybe I'll grab it now that I'm out of dishwashing liquid, I'll try this one, versus the promo, for example, where it's tonight at nine. Anne: Right, right. Rudy: Then you're either going to show up or you're not. So creating those kinds of memorable stories does require a kind of detailed nuance enacted and specifying -- Anne: That's what sells. Rudy: Yeah. Anne: Yeah. That has been a longstanding marketing 101 kind of piece of knowledge that, you know, selling by emotion really works. Rudy: Yeah, and advertisers love that part of the process. Anne: Yeah. Rudy: It's not a hindrance to the process. It's not a, it's not a waste of time. It's not taking up a kind of, kind of time that would interfere with the process at all. Anne: Right. That's very interesting. I find because I do a lot of corporate narration myself, which to me, with Fortune 500 comp -- or brands that really want to invest money in their message and using those tactics to sell, I figure corporate brands actually just have longer. It's a more, more of a soft sell for corporate narration. And so for me, I'm hoping that that work, where you have companies that want to have that human engagement and, and be able to touch on that story and to create that emotion, that they will still be requiring human voices. Although I did read or I have a lot of people that have said that e-learning, you know, corporate narration -- I think explainers might be probably quicker to go than corporate narration, which like I've always maintained, is more than a minute and less than maybe four or five minutes of a soft sell. Kind of like what I compare to be a Super Bowl commercial where there's more time to tell the story. So I'm hoping that that genre is going to still work with the human voice, as well as e-learning for those companies that really need to have that teacher behind the mic and have that engagement. Rudy: Absolutely. And you, you cite the brands and what they will choose to do. And that makes a big difference because you have brands like American Express and Lexus, and these brands are luxury brands -- Anne: Yup. Rudy: -- that care a lot about how they manage their messaging. And when, even when it comes to, you know, explainers, they do a lot of B2B communication -- Anne: Sure. Rudy: -- with their partners. And those folks who are working at those companies, who need to hear those messages are just like you and me sitting at home. We have to be inspired. You know, if you want me to get up and, and partner appropriately with our new company, that -- a new company that's now working with us, American Express, for example, does a credit card with Delta Airlines. So they have to communicate to Delta Airlines staff, what they're doing, and how to, how to sell this, and how to build that partnership. If you send them an electronic message, it may fall on deaf ears. So even though it's an explainer, and it's, and it's something that's on the Internet only, you're talking to real people who require being excited and inspired -- Anne: Yeah. Rudy: -- to take action. Anne: Mm-hmm. And if I remember correctly, I mean, Rudy, you've spent years doing branding for companies, if I'm correct. Rudy: Yes. Anne: Did you -- you've had a branding company for years. And so you've worked with companies that may want to have, like, that voice be part of the brand, maybe part of a, what I call a sonic brand. What are your thoughts about how AI and, and a human voice can work in regards to being a total voice for the brand? Rudy: Yeah, that comes, kind of comes back to that five-year shake-out. I think in the near future, the human voice rules when it comes to a sonic signature, because we've always had non-human sonic signatures that are either musical or sound effects. And so we know what those are and we deal with them accordingly. But when you have a human voice like Ving Rhames' Arby's commercials -- Anne: Yup. Rudy: -- "we have the meats," that stands out in a way that, you know, shook everything up. I mean, I even hear similar music being used on other fast food chains now with with an over-the-top voice because advertisers are known for glomming onto whatever is hugely successful. Anne: Sure. Rudy: So they're all following Arby's now and trying to create that sonic signature. Anne: I would imagine though, if they could make an AI voice out of him, that that might work for their maybe phone system, right? That's what I'm thinking maybe the human voice with an AI voice together would make all aspects of the company similarly branded. Rudy: Yeah. Anne: Yeah. Rudy: That's an excellent point. Anne: Yeah. Rudy: And since the voice is already out there, and we know it, even if the AI version is not quite it -- Anne: Right, it's close. Rudy: -- will fill in the blanks. Anne: Right, right. Interesting thought, interesting thought for voice talent, right, who are fearful that this is taking away their jobs, maybe this actually will offer an opportunity to become a voice for a company. Rudy: Yeah. Anne: And I think that that wouldn't be a bad thing to aim for. [laughs] As a voice actor. Rudy: Yeah, I think the worst case scenario is that we're using human voices to source this material. Nothing has changed in that sense, that you're still one of tens of thousands in a voice bank. And you want to be there when someone reaches out for a particular sound. And once you have that sound, you're going to be promoting it. You know, you're gonna be promoting your voice. Anne: That's a, that's a good point. I think that that's something I want to also reiterate for maybe voice talent who are, who are fearful, is that not everybody's going to have an AI voice created. I mean, there's still going to be a selection of voices to choose from. And if this is the wave of the future, if this is what is evolving, and you want to stay within the industry, it's a thought, you know, you could be a part of that pool. And I don't believe that the technology nor do I believe that the laws are going to be there in place for a company to just create a voice out of, let's say, media without licensing and without permission. I do believe that that's probably in the next five years where you're saying a lot of this is going to kind of shake out and get hopefully worked out. I think that those laws are going to be, you know, completely enacted and put in place, because there's going to be -- Rudy: I believe so. Anne: -- there's going to be a few incidents where it's going to be not licensed or not used without permission. And I think that just that's, everybody's going to just make it so. [laughs] There'll be a lawsuit. There'll be something that we'll just -- there will have to be laws enacted to prevent that from happening. And also from companies that are less than ethical. Rudy: Correct. Everything I've read coming from producers that are being interviewed and producing work in AI has included paying the actors fairly. And I think that that's a good sign, that conversation is part of what they're projecting in their, in their public relations and in their process. We have to push that. We have to keep that conversation alive and not let it become a maybe or maybe not kind of thing, but an obvious fair and equal choice. Anne: Yes, I agree. And I think that also voice talent need to really look closely with companies that they may be working with. If they're thinking about this, or if they happen to see an audition that comes around for a TTS, or if they're being asked to record, you know, lots of lines for what may seem like a good amount of money at the time. But I think that it's important that they all, that all voice actors that see that kind of opportunity really take time to look at it and make sure that it's valid. And even me, I'm at the point where if I see anything like that, and it, and it interests me, or if I might want to work with the company, I'm having a lawyer look up [laughs] or work with me to, like, look over any documentation to make sure that my voice is protected. Rudy: Yeah. That's, that's very smart. Woe to the voice actor who doesn't hire a lawyer to look at a contract first. Anne: Right, right? Especially now, I think especially now, I think it's really, really important when you're doing -- because that type of information is what is required to make an AI voice, a lot of information. And in regards to, you know, celebrity voiceovers, I don't think that that's going to happen too quickly unless they're getting paid. And I -- Rudy: Right. Anne: -- I'm hoping that the union is going to really start having a voice. So far as today, I've heard that they're looking into it. They've commented on a lot of things, but I haven't heard anything officially from the union about AI voices. Have you heard anything? Rudy: Well, no, just the same thing you're just suggesting. Anne: Yeah, yeah. Rudy: And, but, you know, the union has been weakened tremendously as result of non-union work. Anne: Yes. Rudy: Union actors, talented union actors who teach voiceover to newbies. And so those people become really good because they're getting trained by -- Anne: Sure. Rudy: -- really good people. And then they're out doing non-union work. So the union is, is kind of struggling -- Anne: Yeah. Rudy: -- because they have not updated their outlook and their way of communicating or connecting with actors. Anne: Yes. Rudy: And the union is only as strong as its membership. So that's a, a weakness right now. Anne: That's another podcast episode probably to talk about what could be done, because I think that they need to be involved. Rudy: Yeah. Anne: I'm hoping that they will be involved to help protect, help to protect. Rudy: Well, folks are definitely turning to the union now -- Anne: Yeah, yeah. Rudy: -- and asking these questions as a result of AI and hoping that they'll, they'll get something done. The union has tended to be more pro its regularly working talent. Anne: Sure, absolutely. Rudy: And a multitude of actors who are union, but not working regularly. Anne: You know, but also they're very connected obviously to actors, you know, on camera actors as well, where I think that some of this is they're going to be wanting, especially with the Anthony Bourdain kind of fiasco, that that happened. I think that they're going to be probably involved sooner than maybe they thought [laughs], so in terms of protecting their voice actors. So tell us, do you think, ultimately, since you are the CEO and founder of the SOVAS awards, Voice Arts Awards, you think that you'll have a, an award category for anything AI coming up soon? Rudy: We've had an award category for AI for three years. Anne: Wait, where've I been? Rudy: Artificial intelligence, as well as augmented reality. But the way, the way it works is the voices have been actual actors. So as you know, these are, these are voice actors who were submitted -- Anne: Oh, gotcha, right, right. For the, yeah, for the best, that's right. I do remember that category last year. Wow. So Rudy, it has been so enlightening talking to you today. I really appreciate your perspective and -- Rudy: Thank you, Anne. Anne: Yeah. BOSS listeners out there, I think that we just need to really educate ourselves, and you've been a great part of helping us to do that, Rudy. So I really appreciate that. How can people get in touch with you if they'd like to know more, know more about SOVAS, know more about Voice Arts? Rudy: Oh, sure. Well, go to our website for one. And that's very simple, SOVAS.org, and there, you will find our events, and you can find out about, learn about our mission. There're auditions that are available as part of That's Voiceover, which is coming up in November. And so there, there are three audition opportunities, and the first one will show up next week and the others will continue to roll out. That will be two scholarship opportunities. Anne: Awesome. Rudy: This year, That's Voiceover is giving away $20,000 in studio gear. Anne: Whoa. Rudy: So -- Anne: That's amazing. Rudy: Yeah. I still can't believe it, but between some of our sponsors, they put that together. Anne: That's fantastic. Rudy: Yeah. So all those who attend That's Voiceover -- Anne: Is that going to be in New York this year or LA? Rudy: That's Voiceover will be virtual. Anne: Ah, okay, good to know. Good to know. Rudy: We're very careful about that. Anne: Yeah. Rudy: And I'm glad we did hold onto that virtual position this year because COVID is still kicking around. Anne: I know. And I, yeah, there's, there's a couple of conferences that are going to be in person, and I'm not quite sure anymore because yeah. We're having a flare up over here. Rudy: Yeah. That's, that's what I've been hearing. Some folks are concerned about that now. Anne: Yeah, yeah, a little bit. Rudy: I would be. Anne: Absolutely. So SOVAS, That's Voiceover in the scholarships. Wow, fantastic. Rudy: Yeah. The scholarships and we're working on some new scholarships right now with Pandora. Anne: Oh fantastic. Rudy: We're going to keep adding stuff, you know, value that people can find here. I mean, we are a nonprofit organization. So a big part of our mission is to, to, to be charitable, and our sponsors understand that. And so we look to partner with them to find ways to, to help people to grow. And studio gear is a big one. Anne: Well, fantastic. Rudy: And training is a big one. Anne: Yep. It absolutely is. And I appreciate all of your efforts in the community, and I know our BOSS listeners do too. And so thank you so much again for joining me today. I'd like to give a big shout-out to our sponsor ipDTL that allows me to connect with people such as Rudy. And thank you again, BOSSes, for listening. You guys, have an amazing week and we'll see you next week. Bye. Rudy: Bye-bye, all! >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voBOSS.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to Coast connectivity via ipDTL. 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The Kuhner Report
Delta Airlines Charging the Unvaccinated

The Kuhner Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 52:12


Adventure Begins Podcast
CoCo Cay - Adventures on Royal Caribbean's private island

Adventure Begins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 61:03


There's so much to do on Royal Caribbean's private island in the Bahamas; from zip lining to relaxing in an overwater cabana to plunging down the tallest waterslide in North America, everyone on the cruise will be sure to find their Perfect Day.  *PLUS* - a couple gets engaged with the help of Delta airlines - The Bahamas is now requiring all cruise visitors to be vaccinated - Emily visits a roadside America gem ... So pack your bags, tune in, and let the adventure begin!

Airplane Geeks Podcast
668 Avelo Airlines

Airplane Geeks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 84:08


Avelo Airlines trip report and route changes, conversation with the CEO of Crew Dog Electronics. Also, Piedmont pilots eligible for bonuses, FAA Zero Tolerance for Unruly and Dangerous Behavior Toolkit, late-night TV hosts roast Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines cuts flights.

The Leadership Podcast
TLP270: The Science of Positivity

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 42:47


As leaders focus on short-term results, tactical issues, quarterly numbers, and the crisis of the day, Kim Cameron shares an untapped and hidden resource that provides four-times better results. This is Kim Cameron's second appearance on The Leadership Podcast, and he shares how leaders can be effective energizers for short-term yield, and long-term gain. Kim is a Professor at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Listen in as one of the most influential minds discusses the science of positivity.   Sponsored by...   Cultivate Grit. Amplify Action. Get The Importance of Journaling   We help YOU enjoy the success we've already enjoyed. Free downloads of Quick Reference Guides on Delegation, Time Management, Sales, and more.   Key Takeaways [3:50] Kim shares what the heliotropic effect is and how humans prosper around light and positive energy. [7:45] Good leaders help other people flourish. Energy plays an important role in the workforce because it means the right people can brighten the entire office, and the wrong people can suck the good energy dry. [8:40] Empirical evidence says that positive leaders produce excellent bottom-line results. [10:00] Positive energy and lighting up a room with your presence should not be confused with extroverted or introverted people. These are two separate things. [11:15] A study showed that people who made positive phone calls to those they loved were eight times healthier than those who received a positive phone call. [13:35] Kim shares an example of how Delta Airlines rewards its customers. [17:00] Children as young as three months old can actively recognize good and virtuous acts. [21:20] People are willing to give up salary, vacation days, and more so that they can work in a place that has meaning. [23:45] You don't need to wait for management to develop a meaningful job purpose for you. You can create your own job's purpose. Kim shares an example of what this looks like. [26:55] If you'd like to create and measure a baseline of positive energy in your organization, start by creating an energy network map. [29:15] So many leaders do not realize the power of having a positive energizer on their team. It is an untapped resource that creates a 4X better impact. [35:00] Positive impact doesn't just apply to workplace situations. It can be applied as a parent, too. [39:25] Listener challenge: What's the best thing you did for somebody today?   Quotable Quotes “Leaders who help other people flourish … tend to be generous.” “Positive energizing leaders are those who help other people flourish.” “On an individual level, people can, and should, craft their own jobs.” “Does anybody get rewarded or recognized, or hired, for being a positive energizer? It is 4X more important in predicting performance than what we normally measure!”   Resources Mentioned Sponsored by: Darley.com. Connect with Kim: Michiganross.umich.edu Kim's latest book: Positively Energizing Leadership: Virtuous Actions and Relationships That Create High Performance Kim's prior guest appearance on The Leadership Podcast.  

The Uncut Gems Mixtape
109: DONDA, OnlyFans Is Pro-Naked(Again), Anti-Vaxxers Taking Cow Medicine? Jail- Soups for Shots!

The Uncut Gems Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 75:32


During this installment we open up with an immediate reaction to the much anticipated DONDA album by Kanye West. OnlyFans changed their mind regarding explicit content. We explore the change of heart. Anti-Vaxxers have began taking medicine prescribed for farm animals, we explain why. Also, a Washington County Jail is giving out ramen in exchange for vaccine participation and Delta Airlines is charging employees $200 for NOT getting Vaxxed. We brainstorm some of our own creative incentives. Interview of the Week: Off Camera w/Sam Jones -Chadwick Boseman https://youtu.be/60CGJxUI0LA Listen of the Week: “I LOVE KANYE” -Kanye West https://youtube.com/shorts/ch8g-sJb6ow?feature=share --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The_C.O.W.S.
The C.O.W.S. Neutralizing Workplace Racism 08/27/21

The_C.O.W.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021


The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly forum on Neutralizing Workplace Racism. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration formally approved the Phizer coronavirus vaccine. This led to a number of businesses to immediately institute vaccine mandates for employees. The Pentagon followed suit, requiring all members of the armed forces to be vaccinated. Ironically, Delta Airlines (sharing the name of the current covid variant menacing the planet) announced that unvaccinated employees must pay a monthly $200 surcharge. We'll discuss safe ways to navigate these changes and emphasize that you must be responsible for your own health and safety. #VaccineSurcharge INVEST in The COWS – http://paypal.me/TheCOWS Cash App: https://cash.app/$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 720.716.7300 CODE: 564943#

Marketplace All-in-One
What’s Elon up to?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 20:01


He sells electric cars. He wants to go to Mars. Now he wants to sell … electricity? Yup, Elon Musk wants Tesla to get into the energy business in Texas. We'll discuss what it all means and how Tesla is making money these days. Plus, a bananas story about misinformation on the internet. And the hosts take a stand on the latest round of our favorite game, Half Full/Half Empty. Here’s everything we talked about today: “How Should the Fed Deal With Climate Change?” from The New York Times “Elon Musk wants to sell Texas Electricity” from Texas Monthly “Does Tesla actually want competitors to make electric cars?” from “Marketplace Morning Report” “Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of RFK assassination, released by California parole board” from The Washington Post “Texans are calling poison control in record numbers after ingesting horse and cow dewormer” from KSAT “Florida Judge Throws Out Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Order Prohibiting School Mask Mandates” from NPR “Academic credentials are a poor measure of talent. So why do businesses keep relying on them?” from Fortune “Delta Air Lines’ $200 charge to unvaccinated employees puts penalty power to the test” from “Marketplace Morning Report” “Back in name only: Toys R Us brand to reappear in more than 400 Macy’s stores” from “Marketplace” “TikTok hits the big time: The MLA Handbook has decided how to cite it in academic works” from Fast Company “Elon Musk warned of a ‘Terminator’-like AI apocalypse —now he’s building a Tesla robot” from CNBC Pumpkin Spice hard seltzer?  Our show needs your voice! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for our hosts to answer! Send a voice memo or give us a call at 508-82-SMART (508-827-6278).

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
What’s Elon up to?

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 20:01


He sells electric cars. He wants to go to Mars. Now he wants to sell … electricity? Yup, Elon Musk wants Tesla to get into the energy business in Texas. We'll discuss what it all means and how Tesla is making money these days. Plus, a bananas story about misinformation on the internet. And the hosts take a stand on the latest round of our favorite game, Half Full/Half Empty. Here’s everything we talked about today: “How Should the Fed Deal With Climate Change?” from The New York Times “Elon Musk wants to sell Texas Electricity” from Texas Monthly “Does Tesla actually want competitors to make electric cars?” from “Marketplace Morning Report” “Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of RFK assassination, released by California parole board” from The Washington Post “Texans are calling poison control in record numbers after ingesting horse and cow dewormer” from KSAT “Florida Judge Throws Out Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Order Prohibiting School Mask Mandates” from NPR “Academic credentials are a poor measure of talent. So why do businesses keep relying on them?” from Fortune “Delta Air Lines’ $200 charge to unvaccinated employees puts penalty power to the test” from “Marketplace Morning Report” “Back in name only: Toys R Us brand to reappear in more than 400 Macy’s stores” from “Marketplace” “TikTok hits the big time: The MLA Handbook has decided how to cite it in academic works” from Fast Company “Elon Musk warned of a ‘Terminator’-like AI apocalypse —now he’s building a Tesla robot” from CNBC Pumpkin Spice hard seltzer?  Our show needs your voice! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for our hosts to answer! Send a voice memo or give us a call at 508-82-SMART (508-827-6278).

Urban X Podcast
216: "16 cents a day," Delta Airlines fee, Fat Joe allegations, Beyonce Tiffany diamond

Urban X Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 125:11


The #1 Father and Son Podcast!      The Black Dot and Malcom discussDelta Airlines imposing a fee for theor employees, the new Fat Joe allegations, Beyonce blasted for the Tiffany diamond, ISIS ...and more! Check it out! Join the membership: https://www.urbanx.nyc Subscribe to the email list to get live notifications and show updates:  https://www.urbanx.nyc/subscribe

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 3 (08/26)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 30:41


Alex Stone comes on the show to talk about the FDA's warning about taking horse dewormer to treat COVID-19. Sacramento Democrats want to people to show proof of vaccination when going out to restaurants and stores. Another ex-girlfriend of Larry Elder comes on the show to give her perspective of the gubernatorial candidate. A Delta Airlines gate start paging for “Recall Newsom”

The David Pakman Show
8/26/21: California Recall Risk & DeSantis Polling Collapse

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 60:36


--On the Show: --The California gubernatorial recall election could lead to radical Republican Larry Elder winning if more Californians don't start paying attention and making sure to vote --Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis' approval rating collapses amid his disastrous handling of COVID in Florida, which has become a dystopian hellscape --Notable discussions from the David Pakman Show subreddit, including about Rudy Giuliani, the 2020 election, and the 2022 midterms --New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's replacement, Kathy Hochul, formally acknowledges an additional 12,000 COVID deaths that were previously reported --25-year-old Ty Garbin, who plotted to kidnap Democratic Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, is sentenced to more than 6 years in prison --A judge rules that Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott cannot enforce his ban on mask mandates --An anti-vaccine rally in New York City is an absolutely dystopian horror show --COVID cases in South Dakota quintuple after the Sturgis motorcycle rally --Voicemail caller asks how David was able to enjoy his vacation despite not having any of the products and services sold by TDPS advertisers --On the Bonus Show: The Bonus Show technical update, Delta Airlines will charge unvaccinated employees $200 extra for health insurance, the possibility of endless COVID vaccine boosters, much more...

Marketplace Morning Report
Delta Airlines is flexing its penalty power. Will it work on its unvaccinated employees?

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 9:17


Delta Airlines is charging its unvaccinated employees $200 per month if they’re on the airline’s insurance. We ask if that kind of penalty-based approach could have the desired effect. Only about 11% of the money allocated to aid renters has gone out. We talk to Karen Petrou about the Fed’s annual gathering of the world’s top central bankers.

Marketplace All-in-One
Delta Airlines is flexing its penalty power. Will it work on its unvaccinated employees?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 9:17


Delta Airlines is charging its unvaccinated employees $200 per month if they’re on the airline’s insurance. We ask if that kind of penalty-based approach could have the desired effect. Only about 11% of the money allocated to aid renters has gone out. We talk to Karen Petrou about the Fed’s annual gathering of the world’s top central bankers.

Red Eye Radio
Red Eye Radio 8/26/21 Part 2

Red Eye Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 72:23


Delta Airlines says $200 monthly surcharge of medical insurance to employees if not vaccinated, review of the day's stories, audio of the day See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – August 25, 2021

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 142:46


Nirvana's Nevermind baby is being a baby, FBI raids Detroit City Hall, Gary Graff joins us, OnlyFans relents, R Kelly's 'nephew', Stars Are Just Like Us, attractive murderers, and we're moving to Ecuador.Rock music's best rhythm sections.The Nirvana baby is suing Nirvana for sexual exploitation. Shut up, baby d**k.The Detroit Tigers lost in extra innings, but are better than the Baltimore Orioles.Steph Curry's parents are having sex with everybody except each other.Rachel Nichols is out at ESPN. Stephen A. Smith kicks Max Kellerman off of First Take. After all, he did do I.T. work for the mafia.Trudi hates Mike Richards of Jeopardy! more than Hall & Oates.Gary Graff joins us to eulogize Charlie Watts, explain the Nirvana baby debacle, COVID vs concerts, and recap some Beatles thing Drew's super pumped about.RIP Aaliyah... 20 years ago.R Kelly trial highlights continue to roll in. Who the hell is nephew? Free R Kelly is a thing now.Scott Peterson is back in court which leads us to our favorite game: Which Killer Would Trudi Rather NailTravis Scott and Kylie Jenner bought their brat a school bus.Another 'Storm of the Century' has many in Metro Detroit without power... Again.The FBI raided Detroit City Hall and the homes of some of the Council members. Good luck, ML.COVID: Ford employees won't be back to the office until at least 2022. Oakland County parents are protesting the county's K-12 mask mandate. The military needs to get their COVID shots right... NOW. Delta Airlines will dock their unvaccinated employees $200/month.OnlyFans pulls a 180° and will keep porn.Ron Jeremy has been indicted and the charges are insane.College Football: CFB is BACK! The most offensive mascots in college. The 'alliance' is pretending it matters. Jim Harbaugh is a bad football coach. Mike Valenti is (always) aggravated at Beth Mowins.Turns out the condo that collapsed in Florida wasn't built properly. DUH.Stars are still just like us.The Royal Family is happy that the beast, Meghan Markle, didn't come to Prince Philip's funeral. Queen Elizabeth is lawyering up to sue her grandson and that beast, Meghan Markle.Afghanistan is going great. What were Reps Seth Moulton and Peter Meijer sneaking in the country for?Kevin Hart is trying out the talk show game.Britney is still spinning.Kanye West is legally changing his name to Ye. He is currently beefing with Drake.Ron Perelman vs Princeton.Zachary Scott Burton is bad.Suzanne Morphew and her former high school classmate were banging away before she disappeared.Drew wants to move to Manta, Ecuador.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 1 - Failing homeless plans

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 38:42


What's Trending: Inslee's office wrote the religious exemption specifically to disqualify religious staff, and about 1/3 homeless people who took hotel rooms last year are back out on the street. A growing debate if unvaccinated people should be charged more for insurance, and Delta Air Lines will make unvaccinated employees pay a fee.  One website tries to cancel the Notre Dame mascot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Lead with Jake Tapper
State Dept: up to 1,500 Americans still may need evacuation; U.S. concerned about possible ISIS-K attacks on Kabul airport crowds; Report: 180k+ pediatric Covid cases, surge 4x in one month; Thousands evacuated as California fire engulfs more than 120k ac

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 36:39


U.S. Defense official: “very specific threat stream” on ISIS-K attacks planned against crowds outside Kabul airport; U.S. concerned about possible ISIS-K attacks on Kabul airport crowds; Pentagon: 19,000 evacuated from Afghanistan in the past day; Pelosi & other lawmakers criticize unauthorized Afghanistan trip by two members of Congress; Blinken: U.S. in contact with 500 Americans who want to get out of Afghanistan, may be 1k+ more; Delta Airlines to charge unvaccinated employees $200 a month; Democratic support for CA Gov. Newsom is dwindling To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Joey Saladino Show
344. BIG WIN for USA with Border Crisis!

Joey Saladino Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 25:10


Delta Airlines to CHARGE Unvaccinated Employees $200 Per Month | Public School to FORCE Student Athletes to Wear Covid Tracking Monitors | New York Gov. Adds 12,000 to Cuomo's Covid Tally | Supreme Court Rules to Reinstate 'Remain in Mexico' Policy For REAL NEWS Download "Merica! Now News" App http://bit.ly/MericaJoey Please Support me here https://www.patreon.com/join/JoeySalads This is the Joey Saladino show where Joey goes over everything in the news. This is a Republican / Conservative News Commentary show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.