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1 minutes | Sep 9, 2019
60 Seconds -American Exceptionalism With Wes Berry S1-E4
60 seconds with West Berry, American Exceptionalism.What is it?And how can we understand it better? The truth of the matter is, is that the American experiment is based upon contradicting powers, to division of powers in such a way allows for little to get accomplished. But what does get accomplished is only the best. That's why people from all across the world travel to this country to start new lives. And it's that diversity that helps to create the great melting pot of ideas and innovation that drives our culture forward. It's truly a miracle of a patchwork nature, but it requires those different points of view to make things happen in this country. Thank you
1 minutes | Sep 7, 2019
60 SECONDS with Wes Berry - Getting There S1-E3
This is 60 seconds with Wes Berry: Destinations The most important thing about any kind of journey is where are you going? And where are you starting from? You cannot navigate if you don't have a destination, and if you also don't know where you're leaving from. It's the same way in life and in business, you have to have goals, you have to have a destination. There's no GPS that's going to lead you along the way. So the first thing you need to do is know where you are, where you want to go, and what the steps along the way what the way points will be. That are going to get you where you want to end up. Success doesn't happen by accident. Success has to be planned. The goal followed up with tasks to achieve the goal. That's how you succeed. This has been 60 seconds. NOTICE: This transcription is unedited and was mad with AI software
1 minutes | Sep 6, 2019
60 SECONDS with Wes Berry - Why Diversity? S1-E2
This is 60 seconds with Wes Berry diversity. It's important for a lot of reasons. Of course, it's fair play, of course, its inclusion. But it also means that you have different people who come from different perspectives, different mindsets, different paradigms, if you will, who when they joined together in any common task, the advantages of these additional viewpoints is overwhelming. Diversity is truly an imperative for any successful organization. It's as simple as saying that you can't see the forest for the trees, your perspective might not be giving you all that you need to have. Yes, it's important, and it's right, but it's also fundamentally important to success. NOTICE: This transcription was made by an "artificial intelligence" program is unedited MOTIVATIONAL
1 minutes | Sep 6, 2019
60 SECONDS with Wes Berry - Keep it Simple? (S1-E1)
This is 60 seconds with Wes Berry. Today we're talking about brevity and how important is to make sure that every word that you use is necessary. Far too often people pour the words on thinking that that's going to make them sound smarter. But in reality, if you can't explain it simply, you really don't understand it very well. Albert Einstein said that a long time ago, and it's still true today. You have to remember to keep it simple. Don't try to log it up with lots of other unimportant information. You know, President Johnson refused to receive any information that couldn't be distilled into a one page document. Now that's somebody who's determined to get his job done by lightening the load. So be a friend, take care of yourself and take care of other people by not overburdening being them with unnecessary information. NOTICE: This transcription was made by an AI program and has not been edited Motivational
60 minutes | Aug 4, 2019
Peoples Voice / Success Factor Season 2 Episode 4
The Peoples Voice: It’s been a little over 50 years since the Apollo missions carried men to the moon 12 men who walked on the moon the words one small step for man one giant leap for mankind spoken by Neil Armstrong as he planted his foot on the lunar surface. But what’s next we’re going to be talking about the new mission caring mankind to the moon again this will be a huge step the next program Intended to return man came to the moon in 2024. The Success Factor: What does it take to truly become successful. How have others done it and what sort of mindset does it require. Will be talking about success and focusing on a particularly successful individual today listen in and find out. UNEDITED AI TRANSCRIPTION Kevin O’Leary 0:06 Hey, Wes, Chef wonderful here, I just want to do a really big shout out for you. I'm working today selling YB cakes on QC. But I have enough time to shout out for you because you have done something amazing. I love this whole idea of winning first place in the New York Book Festival. I love your new book, big things have small beginnings, which focuses on being the catalyst that delivers success. Of course, great ideas start small, but you have to really focus on them to make them happen. And I think that's a great theme West. I love everything about it. And you also made the Wall Street Journal bestseller list. How cool is that? So, you know, hats off to us. Keep up the good work, take care of my friend. Wes Berry 1:04 Welcome to the Wes Berry radio show. This is the people's voice segment. And I'd like to thank Mr. Wonderful for his very kind words. He's a great guy. Yeah, I don't know if you watch Shark Tank. But if you shouldn't, you really should watch it. It's a great show. We're here today with Ryan toll, my good friend. And we're going to be talking a little bit about the space program. And more importantly, it's you know, it's always important to celebrate things that have happened. But it's also critically important to be looking forward. And last week, the Apollo program celebrated its 50th anniversary of landing a man on the moon, and it landed two of them. Actually that day, on the 20th of July, Neil Armstrong with those famous words, one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. But you know, since the 70s, we just haven't been back there. And the question remains, what's the purpose? Where are we going? Why do we want to be there? Well, we've got to cut cut coming up in just a couple of minutes. It's going to talk about that Apollo 11 landing on the moon. But then it's also going to talk about the next stage the next step in the program. And that's that's really, it's, I believe, it's Artemis is what it's called. And Artemis is is the sister of Apollo, the sister of the Greek god, Apollo. And you know what's really interesting, she's also the goddess of hunters, which really, really pokes at me, because it's called the capsule and everything part of the system is called Orion, which is the hunter. Oh, that's interesting. So think about that. Yeah. So you've got the goddess of the hunt of the hunt. And you have the hunter, you know, most of you are probably familiar with a Ryan Ryan belt, you know, the three stars that are sort of in a crooked line in the sky, night sky. But it's I don't know whether or not NASA is trying to send us a message or not. But Ryan Toll 3:10 they're not very smart Wes. I'm sure they have no veil meaning. Wes Berry 3:14 You know, I'm sure they have so many men in there. I don't I don't know what they're planning on hunting. But I'm sure that the conspiracy theorists will soon unravel that, Ryan Toll 3:23 you know, there's a lot of conspiracy theories speaking that believe we have not been to the moon that it was all done enough. Yeah. I don't believe that. I'm not I'm not advocating that. Unknown Speaker 3:31 Yeah, but I do believe those are the same ones who do believe that the moon is made of cheese, very good, very well being specifically Swiss cheese, or Alsace Lorraine cheese, you know, that's a little bit smaller. Unknown Speaker 3:43 comes from France. That's true. That's true. Unknown Speaker 3:47 I forgot about that. But the problem here is not whether or not we should go back. But what's the mission? What is the reason? You know, the only reason Apollo the Apollo program was, was to put Flipboard sun the moon, you know, right, Unknown Speaker 4:01 yeah, put a flag there, put some Unknown Speaker 4:02 footprints there. Yeah, but we've got to have a more resoundingly reason to return the moon this time. And we are looking at going back, that the plan is for us to land on the moon by 2024. And I'm, I was very curious to see that that same program is supposedly going to be the one that's going to allow us to go to the moons of Mars, they've got this whole thing planned out. So let's go to that clip right now from NASA, about the Apollo program and where it's going now. Unknown Speaker 4:37 50 years ago, we buy into the path to the trail we blazed cut through the fictions of science, and showed us all what was possible. Unknown Speaker 4:50 Out here, today, our calling to explore is even greater. Unknown Speaker 4:55 To go farther, we must be able to sustain missions of greater distance and duration, we must use the resources we find that our destinations, we must overcome radiation, isolation, gravity, and extreme environments like never before. These are the challenges we faced to push the bounds of humanity. We're going to the loo to stay by 2024. And this is how Unknown Speaker 5:25 this all starts with the ability to get larger, heavier payloads off planet and beyond Earth's gravity. For this will design Unknown Speaker 5:33 an entirely new rocket Unknown Speaker 5:35 Space Launch System, SOS will be the most powerful rocket ever developed. Unknown Speaker 5:39 And with components in production, and more in testing, this system is capable of being the catalyst for deep space missions, we need a capsule that can support humans from launch through deep space and return safely back to Earth. For this, we built Unknown Speaker 5:57 a Ryan, this is NASA next generation human spaceflight capsule. Unknown Speaker 6:02 Using data from lunar orbiters that continue to reveal the moon's hazards and resources, we're currently developing an entirely new approach to landing and operating on the moon, using our commercial partners to deliver science instruments and robotics to the surface, we're paving the way for human missions in 2024. Unknown Speaker 6:21 Our charge is to go quickly Unknown Speaker 6:24 to press our collective efforts forward with a fervor that will see us return to the moon in the manner that is wholly different than 50 years ago. Unknown Speaker 6:35 You know, it's a big, it's a big, big step, it's a big thing to initiate. Right. Any thoughts on this? No, I think I think, you know, the, the there was this common view throughout the 70s. And, you know, even in my childhood, in the 80s, and so forth, that we would colonize the moon. And there's I dozens of movies made right about, about, you know, colonization, the moon and those colonies and and how that would move to Mars and so forth. So I think I think there's a lot of people are probably a little surprised that it hasn't happened yet. But that that that isn't the natural state of evolution from 50 years ago, from landing on the moon. Well, you know, so many people watch science fiction, and and they have a tendency to, to blur the lines between reality and and science fiction. And it is difficult, I'm sure that you could have made a wager 50 years ago, that we would be continuing to go to the moon. And you know, nobody would have taken that bet they would run sure that we were if it would have been the greatest bed of all times to say we wouldn't we wouldn't be back in 50 years. Right. But it's just hard to believe. But you know, it's that momentum. Sometimes, it takes a long time to make those, those those furthers step. Right. You know, you think about Christopher Columbus coming here to the new world and 1400 92 I don't think there were a lot of things settlements in 1400 93, you know, right, right, takes a while. But I'm very excited about this. I'm pleased that we're going back, please, that we have a reason to go back the scientific reason is something we're going to talk about a little bit later on. But this should really give a lot of energy to the whole process. Unknown Speaker 8:20 I would agree. And I think, you know, I think that's the natural, you know, man has been an explorer, always right, whether it was to the next mile away or over the next mountain or whatever. And that is the next stage in our exploration or evolution, right is where else we can go within our galaxy. Sure. And you know, what got us Unknown Speaker 8:37 into that. That position of landing on the moon was that we were in a competition. It was a space race between the United States and the Soviet Union. And that's what really really pushed it. You know what, we've got to go to a quick break now and we'll be right back. Unknown Speaker 8:59 Some things in your mind medicine cabinet are more dangerous than others. When it comes to prescription drugs. opioid pain medicines can be addictive and even deadly. Half the people who misuse prescription pain medicines, get them from a friend or family member. Be part of the solution? Go through your medicine cabinet drawers anywhere you keep unused opioid pills, patches or syrup's? Find out how to dispose of them safely. Visit FDA. gov slash drug disposal. Hey, business owners, you can grow your small business into something big. Everyone starts somewhere. Big things have small beginnings is the best selling ebook by business expert West Berry. Learn how to build
59 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
Peoples Voice / Success Factor - Season 2 Episode. 3
27 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
The Success Factor Episode. 3
Thank you for listening, this is episode. 3 of The Success Factor!
30 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 32
This is episode. 32 of The People's Voice!
58 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
Peoples Voice / Success Factor - Season 2 Episode. 2
We have a lot we are discussing this week. Join in on the conversation!
28 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
The Success Factor Episode. 2
This week we will be interviewing a special guest from Rotary.
29 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 31
Welcome back, this is Episode. 31 of The People's Voice!
18 minutes | Jul 2, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 30
Hard to believe we have made it to 30 episodes already! This week the guys talk about the Apollo 50th year anniversary. Thanks for tuning in & enjoy!
58 minutes | May 31, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 29
This is Episode. 29 of The People's Voice!
60 minutes | May 18, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 28
This is episode. 28 of The People's Voice! Thanks for listening in.
60 minutes | May 4, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 27
Hard to believe, but we're already on episode. 27 of The People's Voice. Thank you for listening!
48 minutes | Apr 25, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 26
Welcome back to The People's Voice. This is episode. 26 and we're glad to be getting back into the swing of things!
28 minutes | Apr 23, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 25
We're back! This week we're going to give our takes on the Mueller report.
56 minutes | Feb 11, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 24
Thanks for joining The People's Voice Episode. 24. This week we discuss "The New Green Plan" and whether or not AOC is in over her head...
56 minutes | Feb 4, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 23
Welcome back to The People's Voice! This is Wes Berry, your host, joined by my good friend, Ryan Toll. It's Super Bowl Sunday, but before that fun begins we'll be talking border security and The Wall.
56 minutes | Feb 3, 2019
The People's Voice Episode. 22
Welcome to The People's Voice Episode. 22! Join me as I am being interviewed about my new book that I just published, Big Things Have Small Beginnings.
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