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Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

Mark Levin

01:30 min | Last month

Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

"Trump organization already under indictment faces new criminal inquiry Former president Trump's family business already under indictment in Manhattan which is an outrage Absolute outrage And we can thank the United States Supreme Court for this by the way It's facing criminal investigation by another prosecutor's office that has been to examine financial dealings at a golf course the company owns according to people with knowledge of the matter She have these elected Democrat dies The Supreme Court opened the door to this and so this poor man and his businesses are being harassed left and right Here is a man that comes in off as a multi billionaire with God knows how many properties that he has built and improved and other people he's made relatively wealthy in the thousands and thousands of people who he is employed And then you have somebody like Barack Obama who comes in office leaves office he and his lovely wife Michelle become worth hundreds of millions of dollars selling their fame Al Gore worth over a $150 million selling his fame That is their brand Same of the clintons They come in off as with nothing these people Nothing And are worth hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars afterwards and nobody cares Donald Trump comes in office with multi-billions and he

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"$150" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

04:46 min | 2 months ago

"$150" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"On. Bitcoin in crypto is generally forming part of an investment strategy. Now it stopped by signed that we we've probably had very similar conversations now investment team in a different form internal. They're yours probably just a bit more sophisticated than now. So i just like to say well. I think your points very valid. Die that when all look at cryptocurrencies and bitcoins. Probably not best example of of fully-functioning cryptocurrency. But it's obviously the one that's most well nine. I can say they. Some rationale for why and effective cryptocurrency could be very useful in future and why some people want to invest in it. I guess the thing that. I've struggled with mice since i've thought about cryptocurrencies. It's very hard to form of you. Of what i should be worth. And it goes to that intrinsic fatty that you mentioned before cy off certainly formed a similar view tonight. We continue to look at all investments in cryptocurrencies. Now different. but tonight we haven't been able to define a value that we would put on a particular crypt icons he. Bitcoin a good example and so he felt it. Too speculative for members and so we haven't included them now investment strategy to people. Always ask you about cryptos. It's a pretty common question. It's very high profile clearly. But i do think it's a it's great example of innovation and we we seek at an airport fall into continue to fund innovative wise innovative companies or investments. That can drive long to bed because investing really is just about. How do you get access to strong. Long-term growing revenue streams and boy adding those. You can cry. Vati full memphis retypes. I innovations important. Bitcoin's a great example of an amazing innovation that could have very long standing impact. Another thing that's been in the news in the last waco so comes from opera and its annual performance of super fans tasting suba funds and effort in the last couple of years has very much pushed transparency among defines in hate maps and rankings of all sorts of things trail now it came out and sort of said the thirteen funds not away super i hasten to add who filed the test. It's part of the government's your future your super forms. Do you actually think it will make a difference to fund performance. Like i think it will and the outside of what gets measured gets managed. Do you think that it will drive some consolidation in the industry. I think we've been long advocates of the view that it's useful to look at performance of funds and ensure that people are in strong funds and that will be the best opportunity to have a good retirement outcome. if they're in a well performing fun for a long period of time. Cy we do think that's important. We think that guy through a process and whilst the performance tests and the performance measurements that has come out with our perfect. We think that in the scheme of things they're valuable approach to try to get the industry operating as best as possible. Pretty remarkable eight months in your chief investment officer of the second largest superfund. That's a lot of responsibility. So i can't let you go without asking. What the outlook for the next twelve months. He's it's a great question and again it's. It's probably a little bit like the bitcoin question. It's one that i get asked quite a lot..

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"$150" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"$150" Discussed on Fear And Greed

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"$150" Discussed on Fear And Greed

Fear And Greed

05:58 min | 2 months ago

"$150" Discussed on Fear And Greed

"Daily interview. I'm sean alma. I spoke recently a better way super forcing companies to act on climate change or risk losing investments from australia's second largest superfund. It's the latest example of major investors putting companies on notice about a lack of common action aware super has publicly stated that prefer to engage with companies from within and push for change. But now willing to die this if there's no response and with one hundred fifty billion dollars of funds diminishment away super has some white behind it. Damian grime is a chief. Investment officer at away super. I mean welcome to fearing grade. Thanks for her. Yes accompanies listening yelich. I think they are. And what i think is critically important to is that we believe companies are in the mind very very focused on ensuring that their businesses are i bust for the future and i really thinking about how i can manage climate risk as well so we see that very strongly when we're engaging with companies and as united. We have taken the decision to divest from thermal co-produces produces but that's not something we did lightly and it's very much of an investment perspective. It's been really interesting. That the recent earning season the so much talk about the environment a s g comet change particularly is been a governance institute for amman in the last few days. And there's been a lot on that about a s g. it's obviously very top of mind with the obey hp and you decide to merge with woodside or a retailer or a bank. It seems very relevant. Now i think it's becoming credibly front of mind for so many companies. And if you think about the investment landscape and also just the economy more broadly i think companies are very much saying we do need to support the transition to a lower carbon future and that is the expectation of investors and much more widespread and expectations and even with regulated. So the regular that i've assaults al fund opera has certainly go out to the trustees native very much consider climate change risk when considering the long term future for their matarrese and so it's a financial decision as much as an environmental decision arts absolutely financial. So you know we. We have a financial interest. Judy to bay for members and so when we thinking around climate risk we very much bring the lens of. How do we my show the way physician properly from the long-term investment outcome and we can maximize the risk return. Come from mba's so if you think about developing from thermal coal for instance as i mentioned earlier that's done to try to reduce the risk of stranded asset risk in the portfolio from simple call not being utilized in future. The white is today. I like that idea of living moving from stranded assets but thermal coal and then sort of further up the spectrum..

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"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Now. I just have to ask i. Is there really a spa or is it a plan that doesn't exist. Carol this thinking so. I certainly not only can. I not take credit for this. I also can't be yelled at for this guy. The spa was was The result of a twenty twelve are of pay that the bloomberg administration put out to see if we could get any sort of tenants and activation On the northern part of the island. And let's just say it's taken a long time. There's been some real estate cycles in there. But yes they're up. They were designated to fancy italian spa And they are going to be opening the all. The facility is beautiful and it's sorta nice you can go there. Hang out Have a pedicure. I guess and then go and have a beer at the taco place You know it is what it is but look at the really important thing also remember. Is i find astonished jane. But there's a real mental leap. The people have to make about getting there. I think some people think governor's island is like one hundred miles away and so just again proving how easy it is to get. There is really really important for the ultimate success of the island. It being more of a resource for everybody and to introduce the spy even if it takes two weeks to get a pedicure appointment that'll be a good thing and you're listening to what's the data point from golfing citizens budget commission. Ben maximum gothic zet carol elements from cbc. Were talking with alicia. Glen about governor's island. She is a former deputy mayor for housing economic development under bill blasios and now chair of the trust for governors island Anything else on governors island wanted to john down carol now happy to talk about what else alicia has been up to..

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"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Make those peers available but will always have public access for our own ferry which is diminished cost and we have a new ferry coming online and then of course we are linked to nyc ferry. But it's possible that we could also have you know users adding incremental ferry. You mean like the equivalent of shuttle buses kind of. Yeah i think. Nyu does kia right. They have their ferry to red hook up. Like a whole outta great for your kid on the thing. You run around key. It's no pedestrian bike bridge in your plants. Look at me with. Everybody knows it like the biggest elephant in the room governor. Lyle and is you know. How do you get at there. There's no secret that i've been pretty interested and obsessed web gondola or high speed airtran. I mean we're we're doing some work on thinking about that You know as we all know there are a lot of people out. There have a dreams of extending the number one trade. We've we've seen all this stuff. We are really focused. Right now are very service. Plan is sized to what the capacity or workers and visitors are and will be based in our projections that was done in the work as part of the zoning. So that's what we're focused on right now. Because that's real so big academic anchor center institution Things that sort of a company that compliment that maybe some other convening space may be a hotel restaurants shops rate. Yep that's the that's the division left remember member as it. also this is. That's the the south part of the island but we are spending huge amounts of time. Money effort and really Making big advances in terms of activating the historic district. And again this is what makes this place. So unique. I mean we have november twenty thirteen rezoning of the northern part of the island. You that's resulted in having the harbor school which is incredibly successful. it's resulted in having the lower manhattan cultural council..

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"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

04:14 min | 4 months ago

"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Would like to say it's just like regular new yorkers. Don't feel like this is something not for that right so even something as simple as like a community colleges should be able to think about how this can also benefit their students. Not everybody has to be on. Their third day does cuny in some way. Have to be a part of this or auto or consider responses that understand how to integrate and capitalize on some of the great education infrastructure. That we have here in new york would it. It would be a good idea. Let's just leave it at that. So let me interject the cbc finance questions you must you expected to help fund the rest of the operating costs of the island. Could you talk a little bit about what those operating costs are. Yes so the goal here and again. The the center itself may not be May not generate enough revenue to put the island on a permanent financial sustainability. Because you have to remember that the center itself may not be the ole like physical building right. And what we're trying to do here is to place making and said we're leading with the academic nonprofit research development stuff but with those respondents are certainly more than welcome to a we have contemplated and the zoning is flexible enough and we will be very open to responses that include more revenue generating uses whether it's You know. I don't know how many has incubators you incubator. One one one city can have but certainly now incubators a office space hotels. I mean there's some pretty great hotel out there who are doing you know carbon-neutral hotels we wanna do convening right. I think we've talked about this before you know. Not a lot of places in new york city to launch a project or have a product or project and have a convening right. I mean we think there's a huge opportunity here for other uses that we would hope will in fact be more revenue generating the actual academic climate center itself..

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"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Okay so you put out a request for expressions of interest from academic institutions to come forward with ideas. And you said you're willing to put in a high a hundred million plus to invest in infrastructure with capital dollars. And i believe right now your taking interested parties on tours of the island all all the proposals of due in august and september. Even even. we're not crazy enough to think people are putting together. Our happy is during the month off. So have you gotten a lot of interest. Yeah i mean. I have to say it's been extraordinary first of all the team and and we have been doing a lot of sort of hayward soft marketing because it sounds so like techie. But we didn't. We didn't want to go out with something without basically surveying what what we we had an idea right and the last thing you wanna do like have some idea turns out to be completely a flop and everybody thinks it's crazy and i think there's some history of this with the island That there have been some ideas out there. That sort of went nowhere not to blame anybody but anybody who knows me like we weren't gonna fail. I'm not interested in failure. And so in order to sort of minimize the likelihood of failure. We spent a really the past two years engaging with the board doing a lot of research around what was quote unquote the competitive sat. If it even existed was actually a good idea or was like hong kong beating us to the punch right and we'd be competing with some other big idea i'm and also really began and geniuses and in some ways this is tragic but i think it's fair to say that over the past two or three years. The awareness of climate change as like a real issue and not just like a theoretical substantial threat has made it increasingly clear both to academic institutions research institutions and business..

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"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

What's The [DATA] Point?

03:28 min | 4 months ago

"$150" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?

"Committed towards the creation of a center for climate solutions on governors island here to discuss this initiative and other activities in plants. For governor's island is alicia gland chair of the trust for governors island. The trust is the entity responsible for the island's ongoing planning operations and develop it was created in twenty ten when full control of governors island was transferred to the city from new york state. Alicia was deputy mayor for housing and economic development from twenty fourteen. Nine thousand nine. She joined the de blasio administration. After twelve years as head of the urban investment group with goldman sachs and as a nationally recognized expert urban development infrastructure finance housing job creation policy as deputy mayor. She was a repeat guest on this podcast and other. Cbc events a regular subject of and commentator in.

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Unique Strengths of the Female Brain with Cognitive Psychologist Dr. Tracy Alloway

RISE Together Podcast

02:33 min | 5 months ago

Unique Strengths of the Female Brain with Cognitive Psychologist Dr. Tracy Alloway

"Book is called. Think like a girl. Ten unique strengths of a woman's brain and how to make them work for you. I come on. We got a dive into so one of the cool things about the book. There are of course these ten unique strengths. And i want to understand what those strengths are. But i also love at. The strengths ended up dispelling myths. That may exist in the broader consciousness of the world. So what's better. Should we dive into the strengths. And maybe see how you can also disassemble some of the myths that some of our listeners may be themselves victim to and either that state at okay. What is what is the first drink. You might point someone to when it comes to how women's brains work for me and that actually is not the one. Because i feel strongly about this in the idea of how we made decisions under stress and how uniquely rain is set up to make those decisions and the myth that goes allow. That is that women tend to make more emotional decisions so a really fun way that i used to unpack this kind of the way in which a brain works was using something the trolley dilemma and so we may have heard of this made. Its way of tv shows and so on. But you're there be a bystander. You see this train of probably early towards you is going to harm by people you can save the day by switching the tracks you will arm. What a person does. What do you do a big dilemma here. And we know from other research that when people are tasked with making this decision they actually show physiological scientists festival. They do take this decision making very seriously now. Often what's happened is a women. Tend to make what's called a a hot decision so we know the two pathways in our break. A hot decision-making center. That's a big deal outbreaks emotional center driving that so often. You hear comments like i can't do. I can't shoot you. The erdo attitudes too much or cold decision making center house in the front about grade. Prefrontal cortex the more rational utilitarian approach. Now what. I discovered this. I was writing. This chapter is that women tend to fall under this hot decision making tight because first of all we are motivated by a desire to protect. We don't want to cause harm so actually while the surface it may not look so positive is actually coming from a really old protective place. Women don't want to cause harm to anyone to five people one person and as a result they tend to look like making a hot decision making approach

Yale's drama school goes tuition free thanks to Geffen gift

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:17 sec | 5 months ago

Yale's drama school goes tuition free thanks to Geffen gift

"Yale School of Drama will now be tuition free after billionaire David get And donated $150 million to the department. The Graduate School typically enrolls 200 students each year and acting design directing and playwriting program. Starting in August. The school will eliminate tuition for all returning and future students.

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"$150" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:18 min | 5 months ago

"$150" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

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Mike Pence Booed, Called Traitor at Conservative Christian Conference

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:09 min | 5 months ago

Mike Pence Booed, Called Traitor at Conservative Christian Conference

"I want to thank my friend. Ralph reed for those overly generous words. I'm deeply humbled by them. Ralph reed knows me well enough to know the introduction. I prefers a little bit short. I'm a christian and a republican in that order. And i am honored to stand before you. Today they weren't buying the pious mike pence act at that gathering today but the trump up sucking was on full display. Fealty was on full display at this faith and freedom conservative conference today in florida. We are going to defeat the woke assault. Then all of us need to wake up. it's very simple. Go back to the remain in mexico policy and build president trump's wall fight against this woke mob and these radical democrats who are trying to destroy this country. I may ask you something. Do you miss president. Donald trump still with us. I'll thanking and bill kristol bill. I'm not even a supplicant. Can catch a break these days. I heard you bill on another broadcast tonight. Make the best point that. I'm going to ask you to repeat now. It would've cost mike pence nothing other than a few seconds of his remarks to do what some people in the crowd started to call the trader to say. Wait a second. Let me explain what happened on january six. Here's what i did. Why did what i did. I upheld the constitution. This is the role of the vice president. We have no choice at no choice. Not legitimate choice. I delivered Legitimate choice on what to do There was the election votes. Were counted fairly. He could've spent ninety seconds relating lewis

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Euan Ashley and Stephen Quake on the Genome Odyssey

DNA Today

02:14 min | 5 months ago

Euan Ashley and Stephen Quake on the Genome Odyssey

"So. I want to start out by saying. I've read the book doctor. Actually that you wrote called the genome odyssey and it was such a fantastic reebok creek. And i kind of just talking about how great of a writer you are before we hopped on the call here and that really reads like a story so i just wanted to thank you for writing such an engaging book that really goes through just the history that we're gonna talk about between you and you're really special project but also just really cool cases that you've brought up and really honoring the patient perspective in patient advocacy so fantastic job with the block. I'm excited to get into part of it today. Well thanks so much cure really very kind of you to say you know. I really inspired by the kinds of scientific stories that Steve leads day out also by just the lives and the journeys of our patients. And so i hope to try. And tell those and we've the must say unexcited to the chat little bit more than with you today so little background for those that may be haven't read the book yet back in twenty ten. Dr ashley you led the team that carried out the first clinical interpretation of a human genome or at least one of the first and that genome was dr quakes. that come to be. How did you end up coming together. What was it about. Dr quakes genome. That this would be a good one to explore and dive into well. What wasn't planned. Actually i mean i. Basically we were meeting one day about something else. We know each other that well to be honest at the time and i was you know just just meeting trying to plan a little. I think it was and i waited. My way ryan stanford to try to get myself to steve's office and then find him in there surrounded by journals As as we see them actually. You're watching just just right there. I sat myself on one of those years in the back and we started talking seminar but before we really got to that. He's like hey come over at look at look at this on the screen on the screen. I saw one of these old. Html tables early website and a bunch of as ts recognize as ts cs and a bunch of gene names. And i'm like okay. That's genetic data. His and i'm like what is that and he's like well. That's my genome.

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Jerod Smith: Professional Grinder

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:53 min | 6 months ago

Jerod Smith: Professional Grinder

"I bring to you. Professional poker player coach. And podcast host jared smith jared. Welcome back to the podcast sir. Hi ben man. Good how about you. I've been doing very well keeping busy. I guess we'll start by. Ask him what have you been up to. Since last time we talked just fokker obviously been playing a lot more live. Actually more live cash than Navy since last time we talked. We were smack dab dab in the middle of the most extreme part of the pandemic so had been kinda locked down stuck in the house Pretty much just playing online tournaments Every day trying to make sunshine's can have that feeling where online poker is so good that everybody was gonna allow these recreational players that were home because of covid. We're gonna run out of money soon. And some of the sites are kind of bleeding dry in my opinion with some of the schedule in guarantees everything. So that's kind of where it was dan a since then everything in vegas. Everything's opened up a whole lot. More and ton of people been here lately so given it was on the strip last night and just on a monday night was just pretty much packed. You know kind of back the old vegas so to speak so You know it's been really good but it it just pretty much. Been playing a lot of live cash in occasional venetian venetian and win tournaments and such and then Just one us circuit ring online. Last sunday congrats man congrats. Why the live cash games streets and not the live tournament Live tournaments fairmount. Those kind of my that was kind of bread and butter. I mix between live tournaments and online tournaments for the most part. But i've actually been pretty down slaying online mostly. I wouldn't call it a big downswing in live tournaments. But i just hadn't really done too much since the since the i tournaments can i came back so in those can add up a lot quicker other just the the lower end binds are are higher than the barbarians. You know the higher end by that. I play online. Of course even like a four hundred live is like a low buying soft tournament. And i really don't play for a play much over to fifteen to twenty five or something on sunday itself had been kind of going on down swing so it's pretty hard to downswing in. Live one three into five cash people ages. They're like literally giving it away. I mean you you can do it. You can down so you can run. Bad variance will will get you. But it's it's you don't win when your win rate is is something absurd and i'm not even super i'm not even very good at cash. I would say. But i was still winning it some somewhere in the neighborhood of forty to fifty dollars an hour in a one three to five combines so it was an adjusted make sure keeps him steadying going to pay the bills and everything in this kind of play tournaments to trinh make more

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Tesla Cybertruck 'Armor Glass' and UI Patents Reveal Exciting Features

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Tesla Cybertruck 'Armor Glass' and UI Patents Reveal Exciting Features

"Yesterday the us patent office released patent application documents filed by tesla in relation to the cyber truck user interface and some other details about fifty pages of text an a series of twenty drawings or so. And there's some interesting things buried in here so again. These drawings are showing the user interface and the first thing that jumps out if we look at any of these is the six hundred. Ten mile range showed on the way on the right there. And that's the range that is displayed on the majority of these images of course ever since the truck unveiling tesla has listed the top and range for the cyber shock as five hundred miles. Plus but hundred ten that would be quite the plus similarly as we've been talking about with the f. One fifty lightning unveiling the payload for the cyber chalk has been listed fourteen thousand pounds plus one of the other eu i- images here shows the cyber truck pulling a trailer it lists the payload capacity has twenty thousand pounds now. Of course we've got no way of knowing if these are gonna actually end up being a specs but make you wonder why they would show up in the patent application if these numbers weren't in the ballpark of something that tesla was testing or targeting now to be fair these due to some extent look like placeholder values. We can see that on this payloads green. You can see to pay load and it still six hundred ten miles of range. I think we can be confident that that is not realistic. And in a real scenario tesla would likely be adjusting. The range display their based on the pilot. So it doesn't negate these things being interesting but it just shows that tesla's probably not taking a screen grab from a final interface with the final range number and payload things like that with those caveats in mind that might provide some interesting insight on that trailer so seen an image on tesla's site of the truck hauling this sort of sabir truck ask looking trailer from another one of these you i- images. We can see what appears to be in the backup camera possibly that

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Why Tesla Stock Jumped on Monday

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:49 min | 6 months ago

Why Tesla Stock Jumped on Monday

"Robin our here today. We're gonna be talking a little bit about tesla stock tests approach with their sensor suite. Plaid delivery timelines. We've got wells fargo. Picking up coverage of tesla stock. Some news on charging and batteries. Nice start to the week. Four tesla's stock today after a relatively quiet news weekend finishing up four point four percent to six hundred and six dollars four cents that compared to the nasdaq up. One point four percent tussle dead tail off a little bit towards the end of the though falling about one percent in the last half an hour well as luck would have it alanis tweeting about bitcoin and does in the last half an hour about eighteen minutes before market close. He tweeted quote spoke with north american. Bitcoin miners they committed to publish current and planned renewable usage and ask miners worldwide to do so potentially promising and quote couple minutes after that he switched over to doj saying quote. If you'd like to help develop those please submit ideas on get hub and read it and quote so inevitably you see that you see out. Great yuan taking the stock again talking about cryptocurrency. Someone already tag me on twitter suggesting this and if you're just casually looking at the stock yes absolutely looks that way but again it is not that simple if we pull up the minute by minute. Chart here tweeted again. Eighteen minutes before close dessel was at about six hundred ten dollars per share at that point in time it had already dropped from six hundred and fourteen before john even tweeted that if we flip over to the nasdaq you can hardly tell the difference there in the last half an hour with how those look the nasdaq trails off there as well and continued to fall in the last eighteen minutes. Just like tesla did in fact tests actually dropped more in the ten minutes before ilan's tweet actually more than two times as much of a drop their as it did ten minutes after tweeden about cryptocurrency even though the nasdaq performed worse in that second block of ten minutes after alonzo tweet so just like before. Yes tempting to throw that in as the narrative you see the stock falling right when you on tweets. But it's just not that simple and this instance is definitely not evidence of that being the case

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Ford F-150 Lightning Gets Elon Musk's Attention

Lew Later

02:15 min | 6 months ago

Ford F-150 Lightning Gets Elon Musk's Attention

"Sauce watching this thing late last night. It was a wild little introduction. Ford put on over there. I guess just outside detroit they had this huge projection and he didn't nighttime watching nine thirty my time and of course it was all about the electrification of ford. An all these dinosaurs coming online so to speak as far as electric vehicles are concerned because this is a big one here. I think this particular situation is bigger than they did with the machi. 'cause you know how it is with the f. one fifty. It's just a huge is a monster in the automotive gang and tesla you were talking before we started rolling feels kind of like a missed opportunity to get their truck out in the world and i know they had all they were. There was preoccupation. It's hard to make cars. And and they had their moment with the cyber trip day. Just didn't i gave them. I know a few hundred dollars once upon a time I didn't hear anything. Some people are starting to hear something. Actually talk a bit more about it in a moment cyber strikes a whole different thing though you and i were talking. How is every single trades. Person gonna wanna roll up to the job site in the cyber truck. Maybe not maybe there's a comfort level to traditional form factor but the point being is more round or my perception on the state of things as it is right now is more around ten avail- availability ability to deliver. Because we had a story from the other day about that. One enemy fighter dare you. She was saying. Where's my model x. Ordered it way back when people when it comes to tesla or any brand that they really love. Brands would a ton of fandom and hype also that innovate burr. Brands have charismatic individuals at the helm.

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Tesla Is Updating Roadster Design

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Tesla Is Updating Roadster Design

"All right so let's get into the roadster the roadster starting yesterday has been on display at the petersen automotive museum in l. a. And once you know it on the display sign they actually broke some news on the tesla roadster so this was shared out by black model. Three on twitter says quote demonstrating the versatility of electric power and adding extra distinction to the cars already. High-performance unannounced space x package would output the roadster with cold air rocket thrusters position at the rear allowing for a zero to sixty acceleration. Time of one point one seconds rate largely unprecedented modern road cars and so not sure why they added largely unprecedented. I think they would have been safe to say completely. Unprecedented there since they do specify road cars. But anyway while we've obviously heard about the space x package before. This is the first time that we've seen the actual mention of a true zero sixty time at a mind blowing one point one seconds yulon today did confirm this on twitter saying quote. Yes with the spacex rocket thruster option. Package it will be safe but very intense probably not wise for those with a medical condition same as hardcore rollercoaster. And it's also been a little bit up in the air in the past how these thrusters gift tussle doug on this path yuan today saying on twitter quote it will have high pressure air rocket thrusters behind a license plate that flips down bong james bond and so that concept is an idea that you on has brought up in the past but i think when he talked about it on the joe rogan podcast. Maybe a couple months back. He still sounded a little bit uncertain with that. So it sounds like based on this tweet and also them now confirming this one point one seconds zero to sixty time. Maybe tesla's made a little bit of progress. In terms of finalizing the design of these spacex option roadster in this tweet thread on also had replied to someone asking question about the model s. and had referred to the thrusters. So just for clarification sake. In case anyone saw that you didn't clarify that he was talking about the roadster there so no space package for the plat or platte plus model s. and then also replied to you a photo of the roadster on display at the museum saying and i think he got. Autocorrect here. production article look different parentheses. Better presumably meant vehicle there instead of article.

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Arizona Auditors Backtrack, Say No Election Data Destroyed

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:57 min | 6 months ago

Arizona Auditors Backtrack, Say No Election Data Destroyed

"May have heard over the weekend that former president. Donald trump and his supporters gotten very excited because the so-called audit of the twenty twenty presidential election in arizona had finally found that smoking gun. They'd say they found the evidence that the presidential election was tampered with. Somehow and maybe this is the proof that donald trump really didn't lose arizona and therefore he didn't really lose the election and therefore secretly he's still president and all will be revealed former. President trump rushed out a statement about it saying quote the entire database of maricopa county. Arizona has been all caps deleted. This is illegal and the arizona state senate who is leading the forensic audit is up in our meetings. Yes the republicans who run the arizona. State senate did seize more than two million ballots from arizona's largest county. They did hand them over to a firm called cyber ninjas to recount the whole presidential election. They were up in arms. It's true just like donald trump said and so today. They announced that they would be holding. A hearing. With the cunanan conspiracy theory promoter who runs cyber ninjas and the other folks. They've got running the so-called audit. They said they would hold this hearing to get to the bottom of this scandal to tell america what's going on with these smoking gun deleted database but then at the hearing today the geniuses reading the audit actually had to admit sorry. We do actually have the database. It was not deleted. Never mind election auditors. Say they have the data that they accused. Copa county of deleting or we have that you said you throw it. We have it all right. That whole thing. Former president was yelling about the election crime. He had discovered that would undo the twenty twenty election and put him back in the white house. Never mind that didn't happen.

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NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Tesla Crash

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:13 min | 7 months ago

NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Tesla Crash

"Everybody around here and we've got quite a lot to go through. We've got an update from the national transportation safety board on the highly publicized accident involving accessible vehicle in texas a couple of weeks ago. We've got news on tesla. Energy manufacturing batteries and of course elon musk's appearance on saturday. Night live over the weekend rough start to the week. Four tesla's stock finishing down nearly six and a half percent today to six hundred and twenty nine dollars four cents that compared to the nasdaq down over two and a half percent the worst day in a couple of months for the nasdaq and we did see sector rotation today the dow was only down a tenth of a percent as the dow is generally made up of lower growth more value oriented stocks. So i know the tesla down. Six percent can sometimes feel a little bit rough especially for new investors but for context arc's innovation. Etf so a group of a lot of different stocks was down by itself five percent today. Obviously tesla driving a portion of that but certainly the movement was not just isolated to tesla. Today before we get into the news here you may have heard already but my voices still recovering a little bit. So i'll do my best to get through this but apologies for any disruption from that. I i up today. We are revisiting the unfortunate accident back in mid april of decimal ice vehicle in texas. As i'm sure most of you remember this received a ton of media attention because at the time law enforcement said that they were one hundred percent certain that no one was in the driver's seat of the model s. at the time of impact. You may remember that. At the time we went through a number of different reasons why the seemed implausible. And i felt like law enforcement was speaking far too soon saying they were one hundred percent certain of something without even having done a full investigation yet so too soon too much conviction and this led to massive media coverage of this accident. A lot of scrutiny. For tesla you've got consumer reports coming out and running some test about how they can defeat these safety features built in to help prevent people from using autopilot beyond its intended use case just keeps getting piled on all because of this one quote from law enforcement so here we've got the preliminary report from the ntsb quote. The crash trip originated at the owners residents near the end of a cul de sac footage from the owners. Home security camera shows the owner entering the car's driver seat and the passenger entering the front passenger seat. The car leaves and travels about five hundred and fifty feet before departing the road on a curve driving over the curb and hitting drainage culvert a raised manhole and a tree

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Alex Smith Healed Enough to Walk Away

ESPN Radio

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Alex Smith Healed Enough to Walk Away

"Who's off the clock. What was gonna The happen. former So this NFL is it at Radio quarterback City Music Alex Hall. Mike Smith, and I are What sitting an incredible down. career We're What a sitting remarkable just a regular journey. seats He like like if leaves anyone's the game. ever been to radio city, it's literally As the like reigning seeds. You might be sitting NFL in tow watch comeback content, player and of the year, which we're is fitting just sitting there for and the we've way got a crew that of he about handled four himself or five coming people back and the from an injury charges that required taking 17 like surgeries And the Giants take on rivers his leg at and four. not only was career And threatening. they're all of a sudden There's this But it commotion was in the life corner threatening. of the stage, and it's not And quite yet he clear managed not only to come what's back, happening. but to But play you can tell something toe lead is going Washington on. the And playoffs like a little bit of to a murmur cap goes what up is in the room. really But again, this been is an incredible pre Twitter. career. Think about Free this. anything like that. So Alex no one Smith really knows was what's happening the is I didn't know number what Saturday one overall we pick had a producer in the 2005 named Dave, draft that I remember who very well. was a large It was a draft fellow. that many I mean, people thought big Aaron Rodgers And he stands Would be the number up one overall directly pick. And then somewhere in front of along me. the way, as Because it sometimes he's trying to see happens what's going about on. a week out of I'm the NFL sitting draft, one row behind the him 40 Niners with headsets. thinking changed The court and somehow is not long they shifted. enough for me to stand Amanda up so Rogers, I can't who stand would have up got to so stay I in can't the Bay see Area where And he I'm played trying college desperately football to Alex to Smith, get who his was a attention great pro, A to great say, pro get the for hell the 40 out of Niners my way, because and Alex I'm trying Smith to see mentor. what's Think going about on this on mentor. the stage at their tag. Colin Lee booze Cabernet up Beverly's and then talking moved to on someone to Kansas I can't City, cook. where he meant And toward so Patrick that Mahomes. whole thing For happened one year. and I didn't And to see this day, any of Patrick it. Mahomes There was credits a Aldous Alex mayhem. Smith I've was now a lot subsequently of the growth that seen he it had on TV, during You his know in rookie the replays, year. and you see And all I think the stuff everybody that's going who knows on. Alex And Smith Eli knows is standing up there what wearing a great a different coach hat, he would be and all if this you ever is decide happening, and to go I did into that, not But see the problem any is of he's it made well over $150 because the producer million named during the Dave course stood of his career. in front Why of me would and blocked you wanna work my view of Coach it literally is ours. the entire time. That When you've got is the my fortune, most Ugo my most vivid and the family, memory Ugo of hosting the 2004 and Alex Smith draft. deserves And that was at a the happy moment retirement that Eli Manning with became whatever a New York giant. it is Correct. that he wants I missed to do, it, including Eli being Manning, a and guest not on the Adam only Schefter did I podcast miss it, at but some subsequently point time, the we entire hope to audience get him listening on and speak to ESPN to him radio, and Mr get his thoughts because on his future I didn't at some say point, it, all but right

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Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

Your Brain on Facts

02:06 min | 8 months ago

Your Brain on Facts: Trivia Round-Up

"Let's kick this off with a fact number one about the guinness world record. It only costs five dollars to apply for a guinness world record but if you want an official adjudicator with a stop watching a clipboard to come watch you do it. That'll run ten thousand dollars. An adult queen bee's body can be twenty five percent ovary by wait until sixteen. Seventy people thought that high f- life revolved around a king. Be a shocking assumption. I know until one was examined under a microscope. And the biologist was surprised by the size of the king's ovaries skylight. Charlie see-saw half moon regretful. Climb silence mill and patriotic shorter art racehorses. They were nicknames for the guillotine. Oh fellow brainiacs. I'm dan pugh. And i'm shana harrison. According to the oxford english dictionary. Elvis has left. The building is used to express. The finality of situation on a person has died or made a dramatic or notable exit as early as nineteen fifty-six the phrase was commonly used as a public announcement at the end of singer elvis presley's concerts to inform the fans. There was no possibility of his performing another encore so it was a literal usage. The phrases earliest figurative use was an allusion to his death on august sixteenth. Nineteen seventy seven. My favorite is to use it. When tents argument has just ended and both of the people in a storm off and then me and the other bystanders. All like oh. That was really weird. Yeah i could really lighten the mood. Join us on a whimsical adventure of idioms and other turns of phrase on bunny trails word. History podcast the groundbreaking movie. Akira was the most expensive anime when it was created in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight costing seven hundred million yen or about six point three million dollars five point. Three million euros adjusted for inflation. That's about fourteen million dollars today

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Lawsuit Filed Over Hit-And-Run Death Of Nicki Minaj’s Father In New York City

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Lawsuit Filed Over Hit-And-Run Death Of Nicki Minaj’s Father In New York City

"Million dollar lawsuit has been filed by the family of a famous rapper over the death of a loved one mother of rapper Nicki Minaj has filed a $150 million lawsuit against the man who allegedly killed the wrappers Dad in a hit and run crash on New York's Long Island earlier this year. A 70 year old man is accused of striking Minaj's dad, Robert And then driving off without ever calling 911. As for Nikki Montage, she has not made any public statement on her 64 year old father's death.

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Lawsuit filed over hit-and-run death of Nicki Minaj's father

The Mortgage Radio Show

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Lawsuit filed over hit-and-run death of Nicki Minaj's father

"Nicki Minaj is mother has filed $150 million lawsuit against a man accused of killing the rapper's father in a hit and run crash in February. Charles pull of it is accused of hitting Robert Along. Excuse me on Long Island and then taking off without calling 911 barrage died at a hospital the following day. My knowledge has not made any public statement on her father's

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Bahamas Resort Offers Free Stay for Guests Who Test Positive

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Bahamas Resort Offers Free Stay for Guests Who Test Positive

"That may be tough to refuse. A resort in the Bahamas is adding a unique incentive for you to book a vacation guests of Baja Mar, who test positive for cocaine 19, while staying at the resort can either get a free private plane ride to the U. S, or a complimentary two week stay located on the island of New Providence. In the Bahamas. Guests who choose to stay at the resort will be placed in a courtesy suite to quarantine. And get a dining credit of $150 per person per day for up to 14 days or until the guest test negative. If a guest wants to leave the Bahamas upon testing positive, the resort will pay for private air travel to the continental U. S. For them and their immediate family.

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Bringing innovation into the Polish Financial Sector with the Blockchain Sandbox

Insureblocks

05:32 min | 9 months ago

Bringing innovation into the Polish Financial Sector with the Blockchain Sandbox

"Low. Hello hello hello. Welcome to insure blocks. Your dedicated podcast to blockchain in industries and institutions. All around the world. i'm will lead all scores. Your host for this week's podcast. We'll be discussing bringing innovation into the polish financial sector with the blockchain sandbox. And i'm very pleased to welcome dorota. Do blanca president of the foundation siberian and head of human resources at keer and mass yak genetics blockchain technical leader at ibm dorota messianic many. Thanks for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners. Quick introduction on yourself. hello there are free. I'm so happy to jong these recording. And to talk with marci and to talk about the the blockchain. And i'm going to to present my point of view from the not technician and someone from hr who is really really fond of the new technology. Excellent excellent how about yourself months yet. Hi thanks for having me on your show. So on a daily basis. I am responsible for a blockchain practice at ibm For the central and eastern european region and in the context of blockchain sandbox. I was acting as lead architect of the project on the solution. So i'll be more than happy to provide an overview and share information about launching sandbox with the audience. Great grayness is perfect to have you both on this show. So the first question i've got for the both of you is as it is customer. Here intra blocks. Could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain. And how does it work. Okay so much and maybe i will start before we go to the technology so for me. The book chains just stopped records. He also some kind of the database. It it's at least records called blocks and these blocks are started computers. So it might be stored in mind computer in your computer at everybody's computer and i'm always Monetize what talking to to to to the children to other not. It professionals about the blockchain comparing that to the lego blocks so we have a big basket of blocks and we are trying to build at tower so we are starting to compare the blocks at the same color and we would like to be sure that each blocks which are in our phone dominates our construction. They are the special types of the bronx and nawab. There is no the black desert staking white blog and exchanging for the blog which has a different structure different information so because we are building the stars together and we all are verifying this blocks. That's why we are sure that we may create a really really nice tower. The next one is we are building a very beak building. We need to have a very strong from demands. And when it now that everything's settled caller correctly. That's why it's very important that we all the time. Between this blogs our compradors we are exchanging direct records. And we know what is going on so we know which block assemble. We are checking. If we a- something one block that the other was not changed to change so no one can lie. There's no wanna can take the weezer taking wind block and exchange with a different the different. So the blockchain is. The bench is in a bunch of computation network. And the more we use the stronger. It became great. Thank you for that definition message. You have a go. At providing the definition to blockchain. This is a great question on always a tricky one. Because you never know who will. What is exactly the a person who is asking. Ask always trying to focus on the technology aspect of of blockchain. And when someone is asking me this question. I try to define it in as few words as possible. So by taking this very purist approach a my own definition of blockchain is as follows it database of course has a very specific data structure Whereby transactions are put together Inc so a block representing an interval of time between The recording all the previous tight and The states the one that is going to go through the approval process. Each block is crypto graphically leaked to previous ducks for presenting previous types of of that same of these data structures that have been recorded and the governance over the way data is saved on chain is determined by the network and the network decides with the type of policies that saw did are established between them that they agree a palm whether certain transactions are going to be included in a block. Were not

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"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Your job so much easier and your clients need you to show them that because they don't understand how this thing works so it's one of the tools that we use another one is what i call the triangle theory. So let's say that. Jay wants to sell his house and it's and he thinks that he can get five hundred thousand for it. I'm looking at the. And i can tell that things for fifty on the best it could ever get if i tell jay. Your house is only worth four fifty. I'm insulting him. He and i are in conflict at hurts. Our relationship rather than go directly at the person and say. Here's what i think we create a third entity which in this case would be the cma 'self or the market. And i say hey take a look at this. What are you seeing the past sales. Everything sold between four hundred and four fifty. Do you notice that those houses are quite a bit bigger than yours. Yeah they are. Do you notice that. They bigger lots. Yeah they do so what that the market is telling us is that buyers are willing to pay this much money for these houses now. Let's talk about your house. What are the houses on this thing. That looked like yours. Look like i'm letting the market be the bad guy. I'm not in direct conflict with janey more now we are together aligned against this dang market that so troublesome and i'm like yeah this really sucks man like the market just hurting us right now which is a very nice way of saying what you think. Your house is worth. That's another tool that would teach our agents. There's a concept called frame control from the book..

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"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

03:06 min | 11 months ago

"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"And they can't hit that ball. You're not gonna get paid and that little figuring out like what you should be doing versus what you should be doing has had exponential results as well so david very much sounds like by running your real estate business through the lens of not real estate sales but running it through the lens of building out a business with very distinct systems processes and incredibly efficient teams right rather than just let sell sell sell instead really working on a system in process that is repeatable and just works i'm seeing another similarity here to what we talk about a lot in the world of real estate investing right where if you it correctly you can take that business you can take that system you can take that process and launch it into other markets where you are not physically present. Am i interpreting that correctly. Yes so that would be the next phase of what i want to do. And i'm so glad you asked that because know we're going to talk about a couple of different businesses that i'll have running within this same ecosystem and my plans for how to grow in two thousand twenty one. The ultimate goal for the real estate team is to get my teeth kicked in in the bay area where we're putting these systems together. I'm learning who to hire how to hire how to pair people all these things that i'm talking about. You know you gotta kind of tweak to figure it out then take that model and planted in different markets around the country. So that i would love is for all the bigger pockets listeners. In southern california in dallas in miami and tampa who say. I wanna buy a house. But i can't find a good agent to know. There's a david greene team in those markets that they can trust that they're going to get a good experience with and i find the right partners and i say okay. Here's our system. I'm going to incorporate you into it and you can get some form of a similar experience for people no matter where they are and then skillet absolutely love. Love love that because of course here on the bigger pockets business podcast. We really liked to differentiate our show by talking about how real estate people can be parts of these other businesses that provide consistent experiences that can generate passive income. Perhaps in just overall that you are really approaching this in a manner that enables you to launch not even necessarily just in the us even potentially worldwide. So you are clearly approaching it from the right angle. I love that very very cool. You're.

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"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

05:23 min | 11 months ago

"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"To do to work with fifteen people. You're going to work with fifteen people in one month when you come here. You're learning curve is so incredibly accelerated cycle a supercharged apprenticeship program. Where you get paid to why you do it. so what. i'm hoping is i create this little ecosystem where you come in you learn business in six months instead of six years you start like you hit the top of the mountain where you're just pushing a boulder you're not just pushing it uphill and we get you to the other side where it's going downhill faster and then you have the new people coming in. They're going to support. You love this so with all of these new agents that have come into the game if you will in twenty twenty because that happens in a hot market right. A lot of people are like yeah. Give me a piece that give me a piece. You have clearly established like we talked about systems processes to accelerate learning to accelerate the growth inefficiencies. And so on so are are you willing to share some of those things that really set your team apart that have made you successful and pushed you with that momentum that you're known for at this point absolutely bigger pockets where we share everything this company. So where would you like to start. I'll talk about any of it. Well let's start about the lead generation piece of it right you're talking about. There are so many people in those five years. I think you said earlier. Eighty seven percent are out of the game within those five years because there may be doing fifteen deals during that five year span and if you have a great system than you have something going on in terms of lead generation right. So what are some of the lead generation strategies that you train your team to do so. This is an awesome question. And i'm glad we get to talk about it because this is usually the elephant in the room. That no one discusses when you get your license member. I told you that there's that problem brokers don't want it put their time into you're doing deals but you can't do deals until you kind of know what you're doing that's the situation you are into so the broker will say go. Call every single person in your phone. Telomere agent find someone that wants to buy a house. And when you do that then you go to the broker now though work with you there several problems with this. The first is you've never done sales. You're not used to sales get thrown into that chaos. Not everybody can handle that unless they came from a background where they did up before the second is you got no one to call. So you're calling your own family but you feel guilty saying let me buy you a house because you know in your own heart. I don't know what i'm doing. I'm gonna screw this up so you're naturally hesitant in every conversation is like pulling teeth with yourself to get you to sell yourself because you don't know what you're doing. The third is that you have no confidence. You haven't close deals before. So you're forcing yourself to walk up this hill just to pick up the phone and call somebody 'cause it's not till you've closed a couple of deals that you have the confidence that you're even willing to talk about real estate so you're insecurity is glaringly obvious to everyone. And if there's agents listening to this they're shaking their heads saying that's me. I don't wanna go knock on doors. Because even if i was to do it i don't know what to say. I don't sound very confident. You know mary the top person my office she knows what to say. I don't know what to say..

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"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"You said you're a broker and you're working with an agent or your team lead and you're working with your agents. These aren't your employees. You're not hiring them. You're not paying them. It's it's the customers they bring in. Who are paying them. They're basically a partner. I guess that leads me to my next question. You also said earlier that you had a number of people on your team that were pretty much brand new to selling real estate of the last few months and you have three more team members who are gonna be getting their license in the in the next few months which leads me to believe that when you're hiring these partners these team members you're looking for people who are relatively new to the business if not brand new to the business as opposed to going out and finding people that have been doing this for ten or fifty years. Is there a reason why you prefer people who are brand new to the business to be joining your team versus going out and hiring experienced agents. Who done this. And and not the business. I would prefer hired experienced agent. That does it in those the business. I'm having a really hard time getting those people that have done it longer than me. Frankly to work my system..

"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"$150" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"I would say in general working with retail clients is going to be better for your business and it's funny because as an investor which is where i started. We all can't stand real estate agents. They sucked they. Don't answer their phone. They're not giving me what i need. There's all these complaints. Then you become an agent and you hear the same thing set about investors. They just asked me a million questions. They never want anything. They right unrealistic offers. I'm doing all this work. And i'm never going to get paid. So what you have to do is have the wisdom to understand. Who's the right agent for you if you're investing and who's the right investor client if you're an agent. It's not as simple as you walked in the door at. We treat every customer the same you. It's a partnership. Okay when you choose to take on someone as a client. I don't like the phrase I'm hiring this person. I hired this agent. They're working for me because you're not paying them. You're in a partnership. They only win if a house closes and you should be looking at the same way as an investor. I only win. If i close on a house that you don't want to buy a bad deal but you're not doing anything if you're just gratifying your curiosity at the agents expense. You're wasting your own time too so if you've got a good investor that's the golden goose. I mean if you had a good investor that was consistently buying properties. That's reason enough just to hire and train in assistant to help you. Keep up with that one client. The problem is not everybody that says they're investor is a lot of them. Are curious about real estate. they like. It's fun looking at houses. It's cool analyzing them. They're not ready to actually move forward. And you can easily get sucked into spending your whole day helping this person hoping that they buy a house. What i tell new agencies you have to get anytime you recognized. I have this feeling that. I hope this works out. I hope this is a good deal. I analyze this duplex. It looks good. Are you going to buy it. Yeah i hope. I hope it goes well. You don't just hit the brakes here. Hope you shouldn't be hoping something goes good. You should have a really good understanding of what your outcome is likely to be and a decent understanding of the different variables of what can go wrong with the comfort level of. Hey each of these things can go wrong. And i know how to respond..

"$150" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"$150" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Ago. Julie our hearts break for you. Thank you so much for doing that. He fought a 10 month battle. And she mentions that the medical staff just really stepped up all we love you, Julie. Thank you for that. How about this? Oh, gosh. Ah! We got $150 donation from Kristen. She says it is dedicated to my e R. Doc daughter. And no more mouth sounds ever. Now Wait. I think Hang on. I will be happy. I'm Colleen Lindstrom. Yeah. Katie Peterson also gave $150 dedicated to Nome. Or mouth. Sounds from Steve Thiss means for a lifetime to lifetime. The light signs ban here. It's like a sentencing yet, yeah, to life senses how I said that I love it. Carol Carol gave $100 Susan gave $50 Nicky shedding gave 25 bucks dedicated to Can I hear over there is on Joey's once the musical version that she put down their $25. It's request line. Yes. Oh, and there's another request for John Denver. We'll get to that in a second. But Diana also gave $50 dedicated to the alliance staff that took care of my husband this past February and March. Um, this is really awesome. Andrea 50 bucks to hear a John Denver song. All right. We gotta get you dead or alive for John who? Ah, donated $50 to hear that song. How about Kim just donated $50 in honor of all the people who provide care to the elderly, Especially the people at Ebeneezer ridges so lovingly cared for a family. Kim. Thank you for that. Donation, By the way, Christina thank you so much for your $5 donation. We're not playing around when we say if you've got five bucks put it to good use today. And Christina did just that Katie put down $25 on behalf of all of the wonderful, caring and compassionate staff. At United Hospital. You know, it's really cool, because I think if if you're if you're lucky you haven't been in the hospital for a long time or had a family member in the hospital. But chances are most of us have had that encounter. At some point in Donna, you alluded to it earlier nurses in particular. I'm not kidding. They're They're like angels on earth. I mean, they just have responded to a really specific calling and they help you in your greatest time of need, And you mentioned that you spent three months in the hospital when you were younger, and then you develop these relationships. Yeah. With a winter sampling to you. They listen to you. They become the people. You who entertain year seeing you at your worst. You could be crabby could be uncomfortable cleaning your bedpan there. I mean, it's just a nice giving heart. Yeah, I remember. We had our little guy Greece and when he was too like 2.5 He had something that was going on with the kidney, that we couldn't quite figure out. And then he lost a ton of blood one night and then, like I come home, and he's like, despondent on the ground were like shoot. We've just been at the hospital earlier that day, and we end up having to take him back. The doctors couldn't figure it out for the first couple of days. We've spent eight days in the hospital, and it was really, really, you know, nerve racking, but it was Interesting. My wife and I would talk about the nurses when they would come in in just the sense of relief that you felt when they came in. And then you get to know as you mentioned even on eight day stay. You get to know the cycle of these nurses and who's going to be with you overnight. And you just find such comfort as they're there, and they sense your stress. They sense like the parents are freaking out here and they would just bring in this calm energy of Look, we've been here done that. I know exactly what we're going to do and how we're going to care for your little guy on it ends up being this really? You know, in a funny sense because of the mission, A ll work of nurses the time in the hospital. You can then look back on. Fondly. Do you know what I mean? Like it's like the worst time in your life. You then have these fond memories of how how they stepped up and they didn't just help the patient. They attend to the family and make sure that everybody is hanging in there. Absolutely..

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"$150" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"$150" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"The breakdown is as follows $150 for six games oven on campus parking at $25 per game. $90 for six games of on campus tailgate reservations at $15 per game $135 from my yearly donation to Phi Beta Kappa. Another smart listener because they too have gone woke S J W Wow. Please call out my bag. Cousin Frankie? No, right. I am in the mouth many years ago, and he has yet to donate Pre Cove. It just has no problems. Spending $10 on a craft single batch are too hard to nose artisanal. Sorry. Beer beer that tells the story of small batch. Say, says single batch but I can't donate to the best podcast in the universe. Can't do it. He is the epitome of a bag. Just need a good dose of health karma for the accepted the Djinn Eri in parents, the family and the No agenda community, Aaron Marie, you know you got it is your karma. You've got karma. So what's he doing in Virginia? I wonder what a five beta Kappa to be doing in Virginia could they be doing in Langley? I don't know what they're doing. There's a lot of people live in Virginia. Sean O'Connell isn't one of them. I don't think $350 just another contribution to show my appreciation for appreciation for the valuable and important work you are doing. 1000 Thank you, John. Adam. Thank you were good with that very much. Brian boat, right? In Lake City, Florida, three and $34. Says not sent via email. I think he means note sent and I believe I do have a note from right. Yeah. It is not here. It's there It is with my fifth donation and no agenda Podcast 3 34 It propels me tonight. Hood. Ah! And I believe he's on the list..

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"$150" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"$150" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Really shows weakness in them. Eagerness of what the president proposed. First of all he's saying states have money? No, they don't have expenses from the Corona virus. They have lost revenue because that may they are firing healthcare workers. First responders. Teachers and rest of sanitation. Transportation was because they don't have the money so everyone's losing their job because states don't have the money. Secretary Mnuchin said that the states have $150 billion. 1,000,000,000. Because the trillion is thrown around so much 1,000,000,000 seems like change. You know if you're dealing with a $4.3 trillion package that 0.3 is $300 billion. That's what type of money we're talking about here. So When you said when Secretary Mutual Excuse me, says that there is $150 billion that the state still have That's $3 billion per state average. He said. They could use that they haven't even used half of half of what we spent when we sent it already in the first package. But Nancy Pelosi is unhinged as she is. Is just throwing up law being things like because of that they are firing healthcare workers, first responders,.

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