Lee v Peacock Feud Episode I - The Hunting of Bob Lee
The Twelve O'clock Siren
Matthew and James discuss the basics of the Lee Peacock Feud and set up the radio program, "The Hunting of Bob Lee" "The Hunting of Bob Lee" is a radio adaptation of the Lee Peacock Feud. Using voice actors and sound effects, the program sets the scene for our upcoming episodes. Enjoy!
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Suspense - 51-10-29 (445) The Hunting Of Bob Lee (1)
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One Sharp Sword - Cutting Through To What Matters Most with Dr Wayne Pernell is meant to be thought-provoking and inspiring. This show offers no advice or counsel related to law, finance, or health (either physical or mental). You are listening at your own discretion and interpreting what you hear in your own way. This show is meant for entertainment purposes and no claims of enhancement or enrichment of any sort are indicated or implied. Nope, this show doesn’t promise to make you better looking. But hey… look at you now! Listen in! Enjoy! Bob Lee is an author and international speaker. He’s the CEO of TrustLabs, based in the UK. On today’s show, we talk about leadership and management and the core teachings from his book, Trust Rules. Investing in employees isn’t wasting money; in fact, treating people well is essential. Perks and benefits don’t make the workplace great; Building Trust and genuine Relationships do. As a leader, be habitually available. Having an open door doesn’t always mean approachable. Keep the small promises - “I’ll get back to you” means just that. Everyone is a leader. (Not everyone is in a position to manage.) Treating everyone equally is NOT treating everyone fairly. Feedback has come to be such a negative word, but really it’s positive, negative, or focused on some improvement. Having fun at work means that you’re relaxed and essentially the same person at home and at work. Being relaxed equates with providing better service. Control the controllables. Let go of what you can’t. Don’t judge people by their appearances. Fun exercise during introductions: state who you are, where you’re from, and something surprising. Trust becomes grown in the culture. Thank you for listening to One Sharp Sword! Be sure to also check out Wednesdays With Wayne for quick, fun, and inspirational mid-week reading. www.WaynePernell.com/blog
Hosts Galen DeCosta and Danny Tirado discuss another topic within the science and nature series with Bob Lee - Threshold Complex. Have you ever walked into a room then forgot why you were there? Well, I have good news, you might not be really that forgetful. The phenomena is that scientists have discovered that by just going into a new environment, you "forget" because you're in a new surrounding. In other words, while in one room, you thought of something but when you move to another room, you can't remember why you went there because your environment changed. Listen to this podcast for the spiritual applications.
Family Entrepreneurship - James and Bob Lee of Denver Freightways
James and Bob Lee are a son and father duo who together with other family members own and operate Denver Freightways Express, a trucking company in Denver, Colorado. Listen as James and Bob share stories and insights on starting a business, working in trucking, and managing relationships.Find us online at careeryak.comMusic by Scandinavianz, song Wonderland (instrumental), http://www.soundcloud.com/scandinavianz
If you're looking for a new bow, this episode offers great advice from the fine folks at Bob Lee Bows. Bob Lee built his first bow in 1951 with the launch of Wing Archery.Bob’s contribution to the sport and industry are renowned, earning him dual inductions into the Archery Hall of Fame and Bowhunters Hall of Fame.At age 89, Bob Lee remains fervently passionate about his beloved bows, and his inspiration for the company’s current line of nationally-acclaimed recurves and longbows is indelible. KifaruBecome a Patron!
The Return of Bob Lee Swagger; Problem with Long Range Hunting: Gun Talk Radio | 8.4.19 B
Tom talks with author and Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Hunter about "Game of Spies", his eleventh Bob Lee Swagger novel. Plus, Tom's never-ending rifle quest rolls on, red flag laws, and the issue with hunting at long distances. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 8.4.19 Hour 2
About this EpisodeIn this episode, I talk with Dr. Bob Lee, whose amazing research shows the importance of being trustworthy as a leader. Bob shares some of the most profound (and sometimes surprising) findings about how trust is a crucial factor in keeping workplaces happy and healthy.About Our Guest(from Bob’s website) My area of expertise is in how and why the world’s best employers use great workplace cultures to drive competitive advantage. I’ve held various senior leadership positions with Great Place to Work Institute including four years as chairman of its Global Advisory Board, and I continue to support global multinational clients in my role as a senior consultant with Great Place to Work USA. I hold an MBA from the University College Dublin Smurfit Business School, and I live in Dublin, Ireland with my wife and family. Trust Rules is my first book, and I’ve recently started working on ‘the difficult second album’. Considering that it took me six years to research and write Trust Rules, the second book should hit the shelves sometime in 2023! As a professional public speaker, I deliver customized presentations for business leaders and their teams on topics related to how and why to create great workplaces. I’ve developed a number of talks that focus on the practical ways that managers build trust, with the scope to focus in on particular rules when that’s helpful. If you’re interested in exploring how I can help your organization to improve its performance by cultivating a high-trust workplace culture, let’s chat. Please get in touch.