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Joy Reid Tries Uninspiring Joke on Gov. Ron DeSantis' Brilliant Invitation for First Responders
"Joy Reid joy Reid she's hateful Joy Reid she doesn't like this because why Because Ron DeSantis Ron L Don the sentence What did he say He said oh guess what Whatever state you're in you got fired I'm giving $5000 bonuses What's up Come be a cop in Florida Come be a first responder over here Was good This is why I like him because he brings the fight to the left He doesn't wait to get punched in the face He's like how are you trying to punch me Watch this Wow And he catches him and they're like oh how did he do that Oh he's terrible He's killing everybody with COVID Listen to joy Reid On Sunday the Florida Republican announced plans to offer unvaccinated cops $5000 bonuses to relocate to Florida and join police forces there Rolling out this perverse dystopian tourism ad to the COVID blue line Are you big on ordering people to comply but you hate complying with health mandates yourself Do you dream of a resting people's ability to breed while you arrest them Well pack up your potentially infectious self you're bad in your gun and come on down to Florida Take this taxpayer bonus money and enjoy constant interaction with vulnerable senior citizens you can breathe on Every breakthrough case in ICU admission is the virus of freedom spreading And don't forget the sunscreen Now you know my bias may prevent me from laughing at that I think that that may have been funny if it was arranged a little better I got to admit and maybe this is me tooting my own horn I think I might be a little bit funnier than joy Reid I really do Sometimes I listen and I go you know what that was actually pretty good Do we read Boo That wasn't any good You were talking about cops These are heroes These are the people that went into the burning buildings in 9 11 cops and firefighters in the ambulance Come on EMTs This is
"$5000" Discussed on Today, Explained
"And then you can make more money on only vans or as a stripper or just be more confident in your body like naturally so it's very much targeting a certain working class woman it's ironic. Isn't it that this surgery is marketed to the people who arguably have a big but naturally have appreciated for a long time and then we're also taunted for it. Yeah is it. Like a surgically enhanced butts are like becoming the box braids of cosmetic surgery. Oh my gosh just trying to follow like what is appropriation of what is get so confusing because you know we have the sort of white appropriation of the typical like black latin. Next beauty standard. And then you have that repackaged again and sold to those same women. I think it's much more complicated than the box braids. Because you can just take those out. You can't just take yeah. I guess the other thing that comes to mind. Rebecca is that like we have celebrities like cardi b. Talking really openly about her injections or her breast augmentation..
"$5000" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Bbl's are going to be a big moneymaker for me. So i'm gonna go get like certified quotes like in this crappy weekend course to perform els which are like obviously a very intense surgery a weekend. Course yes you need more training to drive a car and a lot of the times. Those weekend courses are trained by people who have very minimal training in this procedure so it's really really shady and there's been many lawsuits over the years where people end up getting really hurt or killed from doctors who clearly have no clue what they're doing but technically they're allowed to do that and how much might have bb l. cost someone on the lower end and how much it cost on the higher end. Some of these miami clinics advertise as low as three thousand dollars. Which is astonishingly low for a for a surgery of this magnitude and doctors. I spoke to said that if you're paying less than ten thousand for a bb l. It's you should run away because they're they're cutting costs in some regard. If you're primarily interested in the brazilian boatlift that's four thousand dollars adding the fat back to the buttocks. But where do we get it from. Five thousand dollars is like the most typical like advertise rate with these miami clinics. They you know they advertise on social media. They target low income women. And you know they make. It seem really desirable. They can just like go to miami for a trip and then go home with a new body. Also you have to typically double the cost because you have to account for traveling and then after care which is a huge deal it can be months of. You know daily lymphatic massages and sleeping on your stomach and only using a bb l. pillow.
"$5000" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Doesn't include. Implants it's just taking out your from one part of your body and putting it in there so it wouldn't show up on an x ray so we don't know but you know people have made plenty of speculations otherwise. Has anyone ever done a study about how people end up with the perfect peach emoji. But do you just have really good genetics. Do you generally do like a lot of squats in wading thrusts or does it always take a bb. Oh well it's funny because you know plenty of people have like large butts just naturally the thing about a bb l. is it's creating this very very hourglass shape very exaggerated. Look that very few people in the natural world have because usually when you have a lot of fat on your but you also have a lot of fat of north. Is you have a lot of fat on your waist. You like everybody's fat goes different places. But it's very rare to have like a ton of fat in your but and then like nothing at your waist like jessica rabbit cartoon proportions so sure. There are certain people who are very genetically blessed. I think kim kardashian is one of those people that just like came out of the womb..
"$5000" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Law will face a $5000 fine for every single violation. Descente signed an executive order earlier this year banning so called vaccine passports or requiring proof of vaccination, he says President Biden's vaccine mandates do not follow the science to Santa says the science includes recognizing natural immunity. Well. New York City's Met gala made a comeback after taking last year off due to the pandemic. ABC is Derek Dennis says it's known for attracting a Who's who of celebrities wearing a very eclectic mix of red carpet looks. Kim Kardashian dressed head to toe literally in a dark Balenciaga hooded chief singer Sierra wore lime green sequined gown and New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez War fitted white dress with red lettering on the back reading tax. The rich. It was the front of the dress almost looked, uh, kind of reminded me of it was white. So it was bridal esque from the front, very fitted down to around her hips, sort of mermaid style, and then it kind of poofed out. After that, and then when she turned around The tax. The rich was written in red, almost kind of reminded you of spray paint or some of those things that you've seen where it's like a weight. Something where some like Peter activist or something. I'm it wasn't a PD activist, but something like that draw something in blood reminded you of that. But I mean it was eye catching. I'll give her that. Ocasio Cortez said she had the wording on her dress to send a message. Uh, The pain to okay, the curtain will soon raise for some of Broadway's biggest shows. Wicked. Hamilton, Lion King and Chicago are all coming back to the stage in.
"$5000" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"And i think that that's that's something to just really tout in. It's kind of. And i think the reason why is that. I think that our community and the fact that scene i created this program in two thousand sixteen now it has seen many makeovers and updates since then but the fact that it was the first of its kind when it first came out and at the end of the day like you said i mean just our numbers don't lie and the facts are what they are like this program if you go through it if you get the support you need if you get your questions answered if you do move the step-by-step you will see results And i think that that that's the secret that we know inside a perfect is that there really is money for everyone. There really is enough collaborations for anyone who wants the collaborations and wants to work hard enough to get the collaborations. So there's not this this fear of scarcity or the sphere of like. Well if i give her a brand contact that's gonna take something away from me. Or if i give her this information she's gonna make money. Which means that. I don't make money because we know the right way to do this. We have the method. We know that it's foundation foundation. We have the strategy and we have the support and this community here to help us get there And so you know. Of course you know it may not be that way for every single person but it is that way for the majority of people and i think the bad is is really. What makes it such a strong really program in support system because that is all tied into the results And so. I love to hear that i love to hear that you guys were able to take a trip and then you're able to share what works what you've learned to deal with that because that really is what makes i think the industry as a whole flourish and get stronger to So i would love to know from you if there if there is someone you know and whether it is maybe they're not ready to do a course maybe they're still kind of figuring out what they want to do or maybe there's someone that they've been thinking about it for months or for years they just haven't like for whatever reason gotten to the place where they're like okay. I'm going to finally do this. What would you say to that person who may be on the fence of really going all in on what they want and really learning the right way to do this so they can make money faster and easier than they are now so for me when i was looking at the course i was like okay. I know that the results are there. But you still kind of have especially with your first. Course she's still kind of. Have that like resistance. There really is no by wanna spend x. amount of money on this. I keep telling myself. And i have talked for instance damn later like okay. We'll end any other job. You may be investing in yourself. You know getting better software for working at home or whatever it is that you're investing in yourself. You have to invest our small businesses owners invest in themselves time inside. I'm my own business. I may own small business. So i need to invest in myself and i think once you realize that you know you kind of look at yourself. You're like okay. I can do this. I believe myself. I'm going to invest myself. I think that was kind of step for me but if there is somebody who's on the fence again just look at the results look at people who have put testimonials online or you know somebody like myself who's done the course reach out via. Dm and ask them okay. Can you give me some examples. Like i know that at least myself. I'm happy to share. I know the girls in the facebook community could probably stay the same and just get out there and ask questions. Don't be scared like we certainly have a really great community. And i know it can be scary sometimes. Reach out see those results and just think to yourself. Okay if i take this course. I am sending this amount of money but i could be making thousands more dollars because i took that course and at the sackler happened for me in so many others too. So thank you so much for sharing that. And i would love for you. Katie to share. What is your instagram. So people can connect with you reach out if they have questions about not only pitching and end the program or how it's worked for you but just about how you got started in your journey and how you've been able to keep it going Where can they find you time. Brunette and blush on instagram brunette. I n flush or katie. Look katie davila. Either one awesome and then your blog. Same as old burnett blush dot com so adama instagram Signed dams ask all the questions you need. I love helping people in this realm. And i help people with pitching all the time france. You texts next question. So i am happy to help adam. Katie thank you so much for being an awesome example of. What's possible another quick question before we wrap up. What does influence mean to you. That's a hard one Honestly i feel like just dealing like for mia when people okay. What do you want to influence people on. It's not necessarily fashion or beauty or lifestyle. I want people to come from me or come to me. And i'm like the big sister or their best friend and be somebody that they trust whether it be. You know asking what. I got trader joe's last week or what target or whatever the latest fashion trends. They just having an influence. Having that platform is being there for people in china light and being available to anyone who who needs you awesome. Thank you for that and for those listening. If you want to.
"$5000" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"A quarter of what i should be getting paid and i was up. That crossroad where it's like okay. Do i take this brand. Get great exposure. Do i take these thousands of dollars. Or do i step back and say you know. I'm worth thousands more followers and this is why so getting into that pitch it perfect group in asking and i had a lot of people. Dozens of people on there helping me. Some of them had worked with the brand before and they also said that they had said no. Because of the same reasons that i did so that was really helpful. And just like in the impotence unity it feels so big and it feels like you're such a small fish in a giant pond sometimes in knowing that there's people there that go through the exact same things you every day has been extremely helpful so facebook group is alone itself worth the money up the course but like you mentioned in the course itself having those examples. I'm somebody who needs to have examples in kind of helped me along my step so that was really helpful in seeing okay. They also said no to collaborations because when he first started out thinking. I got collaboration. I should just say yes to what i should be honored that they're wanting to work with me but that's not always the case. If seeing those examples knowing how to go from a gifted to a paid collaboration. I stella those examples on a year and a half later because they are so helpful That again going back staff facebook group just having that community knowing that you have people there that can advocate for you and help you and you can also be researched to them has been amazing and i just i want to mention that too because i think in you really touched on something that the influencers space can feel so big and because so many of us are solo. Preneurs can also feel very isolating. Because we work. We're basically a a one woman or one man show. We may have a photographer. Help us here and they are. We may have someone virtually helping us with editing or you know sometimes people help with content creation and that sort of thing but it really does. It's always a very kind of small world that we live in within ourselves. You know most of us spend predominantly the whole day behind some kind of screen whether it's a computer or a phone and so. I think that we forget the importance of only just having having people that you can go to to get answers to get feedback but mostly having that support because that also that is what's going to sustain you when times get tough and when because it comes for us all when those times come that you know you you hear a no or something. Didn't work out or you're just burnt out in your overwhelmed and you know a lot of things that we talk about inside that community to is like follower growth in engagement in like reels and like how does all of this work in getting more brand exposure and getting out there and so just being able to have an outlet in a source to have those conversations to have community. I think is truly priceless. And i don't really. I know for a fact because i was this way too when i first started out. I had no idea how important that was. Until i actually got in community and then i realize like wow i have been missing out on so much like no wonder why i've been you know so hard on myself in so let down and so miserable. Like i didn't have anyone that i can go to. That could understand what was that was going through. And so i really love that about our community and the fact that it's been around since twenty sixteen. I mean we have like almost five thousand people in that group. And i think it's a really supportive group. It's not And i would love your take on that because i think another another mindset that people have is like the influence space is berry closed off. People aren't here to help you. People aren't going to share brand contacts. They're not gonna share how they got things they wanna keep it very secretive and that has not been our experience at all inside our community so i would love for you to kind of share a little bit about that too absolutely totally agree especially when it comes to the everybody is very like tight about you know the information that they haven't. I'm very lucky to have met some of my best friends or blogging community. Even sometimes with them. It's hard to talk about some things in you feel like one of my best friends is like. Oh my gosh. She gets thousand more likes than mere. She gets this and that and it as close. You are these people sometimes. It does become like competitive. Were you just feel like you know you just like you said very isolated and getting into the facebook group. When i saw people will just post like hey. I just looked my biggest collaboration ever to see the dozens of girls on there are like routing her on in saying you're doing so amazing or telling him that he didn't amazing job and praying for them about things or adding them to the list of I'd love to share contacts with us like well. Okay so people are actually your help you. They have your back. It's very refreshing in Anytime struggling with like. I haven't gotten a collaboration expanded days or you know. Mike engagement has dropped. It is really helpful to get on there and see girls that are going through the same thing. He don't feel so alone. Even when i got in there are saw a couple of my friends who i had. No idea were in the course and i had met them through instagram luntz. Prior in it's like oh i didn't know you were taking. The course actually went on an influence or trip. With some girls to nashville. One of the girls is in the picture perfect group. I know idea until we started talking about it. Oh my gosh. So weird chitchatting about thinks that we've learned from the core stand teaching other girls in our trip about the courses well and it really has become such a community that like you said. He don't think it's really possible in.
"$5000" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"That's julie salomon dot net slash shine one of the things economists in before was our community and it's one of the things that You know. I think really kind of blows a lot of people away once they just i think. Join join a community of people that all have the same goal. Because i really do think that it just. It's like the ship. The tide just rises up in rises. The ship right and so one of the things i love about our community is not only our facebook group which i would love you to kind of chat about that and how it helped you because you said once you got in there you were just kind of like whoa mind blown like there are so many amazing in different ways to get what you want but also all the student examples so inside the program we actually have real life. Examples of you know pitch Press kits of brand deals like how did a student actually get a brain deal A lot of different examples of people's elevator pitches in different ways to write that so what kind of examples and then what kind of discussions inside the community do you think really helped you. And how has having that community of support and really just that knowledge base. How is that Helped you with growth and with success incident extremely help logging on facebook group probably daily now just especially with you know things going on in the world and you want to figure out like what's debate. What's the best way to do this in that. In when it comes to negotiate a oush on their couple months ago asking. I had a very large brand comes me wanting a photo shoot for their wedding dresses in. It was a huge opportunity but they were not offering me. Buy.
"$5000" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"In this crazy time This was something i was. I learned definitely more in picture. Perfect but kind of trying to make it like you're obviously value to them so kept telling them you know. I know you're in a really tough time right now. What can i do for you. And it's like how. Can i be value to you but i would say before. I bought pitch perfect. It was just like i should know how to do it. Scary and i was like i need something to feel a little bit more professional and you really have to kind of discuss there and go on a limb and fan people that are gonna work for you and there was definitely times routes taking courses that were like working at all or you get forty five minutes in and they'd say okay purchase the rest of the course for two hundred dollars finish last fifteen minutes. I'm like i know there's gotta be something out there. That's going to work for me and i was introduced to you by a fellow influence. You had similar background. is music. think we had the same brain here. Think she did. Help me Mcconnell going into like the whole pandemic in not giving up during that time. I definitely with most people outside okay. What people are going to use their money. What are they like. They need help at this time. In at the time. I was working for small business boutique so i kind of knew from a small business perspective like what they really needed during that time so that was kind of helpful in again just reaching out people like how can i help you during this time and then i realized the money is actually there. People are offering money. The money's there you just have to offer your services and tell them how you can help them totally. And i would love to know a little bit about Because i think that that you know whether you are you know potentially looking at a course pitch perfect or maybe you're looking at something else or maybe you're consuming free content right. I think that the the biggest question is always like. Is this actually going to work for me. Is it gonna work for the way. That for what i'm doing or how i'm doing things Well i already know everything. I know that that's another thing. So once you learn the right way to do it and the right method what did start working for you and you know what did you either learn. He didn't know already. Or what did you learn. That may be taught you a different way of thinking or approaching something that you already knew. So since i had some idea of like. I mean. I was used to like t. news reporter going. Somebody's door and coal pitching that way. So i wasn't afraid necessarily to reach out to people are like i just know there's a better and more professionally do this so once. I actually saw like how you're teaching us to pitch in. How students leaner examples in in samples while there is a lot better ways to do this but i think what really clicked for me with pitch at perfect is. I actually saw results by students. In by your Clients and stuff. I was looking at their instagram pages. People were telling me you know. I've spent this money. Investing myself in her courses and i made it back within like a monk. There's actual real results there whereas a lot of other courses. I wasn't saying that. So for somebody who is looking for something like this. Just do research look into the teacher. Look into you. Know what their past is what they've been doing feel like they'll can. Actually i felt like i already kind of had a connection to you because of my background in journalism. Staus really helpful but there are. There's testimonials out there. You just have to look for them once. I kinda like dove into the course in things that you are teaching us. I think the biggest thing i learned is just confidence which he feel. Like you have a lot of confidence being influence or mike putting yourself on camera every day talking to people but it's cycle whole 'nother level of confidence of you have to confidence tele brands. You know. i am worth this amount of money. And this is how i'm going to do that for you. Think before pitch a perfect house. Kinda like i knew that i was worthy. I knew i was worth like x amount of money but it was like i didn't really know how to specifically say that to a brand if that makes sense so i think believing in yourself and having that confidence of saying maybe it is your background of what you have your degrees in or maybe you know you've done something cool in your life for your like this is an example can help you just having that confidence in believing in yourself. I think changes everything worked wonders for me. What was that first moment. If you can remember a think about that once you started learning new methods and learning the right way to do things and as you said it was like you were kind of learning about confidence in a new way and how to really use confidence to advocate for yourself and to say no and to be able to kind of back that up. What was the first moment that you either got a brain deal. Got an offer that you never thought you would have gotten. Maybe you got paid like this crazy amount that you never thought was possible. Kind of walk us through what that looks like. How did you pitch it. What what did the journey look like. What were the responses. And how did you use the new tools that you had to actually get you what you wanted. I think Born in the out to meet most ryan around night for started the course it was for fancy that is in downtown kansas city. Where i'm from. And i just wanted to work with them to little staycationing but some bloggers and at the time i think had three thousand followers. So they're gonna look like who is this girl and kind of knowing how to be confident in saying. Oh this is what value we can bring to. Even though i have three thousand followers. I know how to do. Xyz and you know x. amount of my baller base is in kansas city. That's how it can help you in. When they said yes i was like. Oh okay so it actually does work. Just kinda putting yourself in your value behind the pitch. I think it just kind of clicked through me then that okay i can. I can advocate for myself and then continuing with that collaboration. The most hotel collaborations they weren't offer x. amount of state. Rex nana content end. I had kind of known like what was the like averaged Like how many nights you should be getting all that stuff. So i kind of was fighting for myself in that sense which is technically not paid. But it was more like a gifted. Or you're still fighting for yourself even though it's not paid so that was kind of one of the first big collaboration. I think this is kind of clicking. But i would say the biggest when it comes to paid. Collaborations was honestly l'amour recent one. It was a few months ago. I started my biggest Long term collaboration with a huge brands. That why that would find me. Or one work with me and i was able to get my full rates out of it and that was one of the first times especially a collaboration of this is got full rates. They didn't ask questions. They believed me. They knew my value is there and they said yes now. Woo okay got it.
"$5000" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"It's so good to have you with us today. Thank you so much for having me this. Such an honor. This gonna be so fun so katy you are obviously one of my amazing students inside my community pitch perfect. That is how we got connected and got to know each other. And that's how. I got to hear about your amazing story and so i would love to really dive into that because i think that you have a path that a lot of people that listen to this podcast that want to learn how to monetize content. Monetize what they post social media. You have a very Just authentic story in how you've been able to do it and you've been able to do it. I guess when you started you were able to do it with Anywhere between five to ten thousand dollars. Five thousand followers and i think that that is something To know because. I think that a lot of people feel like even though five to ten thousand followers can sound like a lot to somebody. I think a lot of people feel like you have to. Have you know a lot more followers than that to monetize as we even know from inside pitch a perfect there are community members that you know they were able to monetize with less than five hundred followers and so i want to talk about the possibility of that and really what your journey's been like. So if he can just kind of share how you got started your background as a tv journalist and what made you want to dive into content creation into blogging. Yeah so ashley said katie. I am the face. Or i guess. People are listening to the voice behind by brand called grenade in blush. So when i started. I had just This was august twenty eighteen august versus. When i started i was originally a tv new journalists. You mentioned and it was not the path for me. When i knew i wanted to do something in journalism so i was kind of in a little bit alone life. A little bit of a haggis. I wanted to write loved riding. Love doing creative writing. And i loved watching bloggers influencers that kind of thing. Like i'm just gonna start a blog and just write about stuff. That i like so. I started writing about no Trends and beauty stuff. My skimpier journey just random things and had no idea that it was going to become an actual brand kind of just doing it for fun and then i realized this can actually like something. I was enjoying myself. I finally in a spot rose like okay job that the fills me. I go good. And i'm happy so i started kind of investing more in myself in investing more in my blog and putting more things on my blog and putting it more on instagram And that's how i found perfect. I knew i wanted to monetize my business and go further. But i just didn't know how to do it now. It's probably at like a relief. Four thousand followers. When i started pitch a perfect and i knew the growth potential is there. I just had to get that push Being a journalist and kind of having my background. In that i knew that i was like okay talking to people and talking to brands and stuff like that and i was like i just need. I don't know it's scary. No matter your background scary like okay. Dominic go pitch like amazon or target. And they're like who is this girl so that's kind of high found pitch perfect and i started in. I looked back. I purchased it in february. Twenty twenty so right before it came to make in the pandemic was kind of helpful in the way that i got to sit down. Do the corson kind of get into the mix and distorted pitching and within like a month or two i started getting actual real paid collaborations And because of this course. I have been able to go full time. I went full time in february so it was about a year and a half into just a hobby that turned into a brand so now i am a fulltime Blush instagram. that's also my blog name in just sharing Lifestyle beauty lotta targets staff. Something my brand is kind of not my target tuesdays with katie. So few left target. Beloved target tuesdays in just kind of hanging out with my little instagram family and had no idea that years later Beef and so. I love that journey in back. Kind of the the the where you come in in such a short amount of time and then also in the middle love you know the the crazy year of twenty twenty that we all had and so i would love to kind of back it up a little bit in that you know you you were really able to show up and grow and monetize during a time that i think a lot of people thought it was not possible to do that and they actually stopped showing up. They stopped working. They stopped collaborating. They stopped pitching and they potentially even lost out on a lot of money and opportunity in. So i would love for you to kind of share. What your experience was like from first getting started and and really those first six months i mean. What gave you the idea to pitch. What gave you the idea to test things out. What what maybe worked for you a little bit in the beginning. What didn't work for you. So when you first start out. I think most influencers lace can attribute to this that it's a lot of like gifting and people reaching out and they send you stuff in i. That's like so watering. You're like me. I would you want me to do it. And then the more that i started looking at it i was like you know i have still much more to give and i am giving a lot to some of these brands. I'm like i'm more so much more than being in having the advertising background as well unlike people pay marketers for this. They pay advertising companies for this. So what's the difference. I have my degree in that end. I'm basically doing that on a platform that people are more interested in than like a magazine or newspaper so it was kind of just having to believe myself in. I just started reaching out to brands and kind of telling them my background in asking what i could do for them..
"$5000" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast
"Hello hello friends. Welcome back to another episode of the influence or podcast. Today we have the awesome katy davila. Who is a blogger content reader and she is also an incredible member of my pitch perfect program and community. Katie has a background in tv journalism. And she has now pivoted into being a full time blogger content creator who is monetize ing like crazy. She is known for her target tuesdays. Where she gives you everything and anything that you need from target and who doesn't need all the things from target but more importantly she has a really unique story in knack on how she got started. Today we chat about how in just about sixteen months. She went from having not a lot of followers and not making any money monetize ing her content to now making over five thousand dollars a month pitching brands working with brands and collaborating with some of the biggest brands that she dreamed of and she tells you exactly how she did it. She tells you how she learned new methods and strategies for working with brands house. He built her confidence to start negotiating for more pay house. She started working with some hotels and other brands that she had dreamed about and really how she was able to get over. Some of those mindset blocks that she originally had about what it meant to make money by posting online. So if you're someone who's been trying to figure this out or maybe you have had a misconception. About how hard or difficult. It may be to monetize. This is the episode for you. Let's get.
The Purpose of Getting Weird in Your Marketing With Penji's CMO Johnathan Grzybowski
"So let's talk about the purpose of getting weird. Because i think there's actually a marketing tactic. Here we see lots of companies that try to do zany funny out of the box stuff to get noticed and it's not even just companies influencers. All sorts of people are just trying to stay in the top of the media cycle. Stay present stay top of mind. And sometimes they're doing things that maybe are considered off brand or a relevant to their brand but it just gets everyone talking and remembering them which has to have some sort of business impact. How do you figure out what the purpose is of your media strategy. How much attention you need and want attention is good attention. The reason why the episode is discussed as like the weirdest things is actually a contrarian. You where it's my job as the speaker and the person that you're listening to to convince you to not actually do weird things and the one thing that we found out very early on is that we will never trade respect for attention and we don't want to be little ourselves and we don't want to make ourselves look different than what we actually are as workers in cofounders of the business. We tried that. We did the weird thing. We did the cool things. It worked to a degree as mentioned before we created a robot in getting in multiple newspapers in the local region of where we're located in philadelphia. But it never brought in customer. Not once did it. Ever bring in the actual customer and the reason why i say that is because if you have the fundamentals in the foundation of a strong business. You won't need the disrespectful things. The marketing ploys in order to actually grow the
"$5000" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"But did he match my $5000 campaign contributions? What I want to know I'm sure he did not. I will talk about that. But I'm sure he did not get a dragon kicking and screaming to my support, So we're going to have to shame him. We're going to get a five grand donation. How to Hewitt before it's all over before the the Big day. Now, let's talk about the big day. We have a big presence in California. Obviously, lots of listeners around the country as well, tell us about the process because a lot of people don't quite understand, And that was the CNN report, frankly. They're lamenting the fact that not enough Democrats will show up in this. This recall process walk us through what has to happen for you to take over the governorship of California. We'll note that in that piece, they said. Democrats are depressed. It's not Democrats depress California or depressed. That's why 2.2 million people signed the petition to have this man recalled a good a third of them or so are independent Democrats before for him just two years earlier. But after the process, it's a very simple thing. Uh, there's two questions on the ballot. Do you want Gavin Newsom recalled. Whom do you want to replace him? If 50% plus one voter votes to recall Gavin Newsom, then we go to Who do you want to replace him? Whoever gets the greatest number of votes wins and I am substantially headed my Republican rivals on that part of it. I'm not worried about that. I'm worried about the first part and right now is in the margin of Eric Half of California once and recall half of California wants to retain, but the recall cited picked up about five points. The last couple of weeks, so the momentum is in our favor. Although you've got tons of momentum and again, this is a two pronged process number one voters have to get. It's going to be a 50% threshold. Yes, you want, Gavin Newsom recalled. And, frankly, I'm getting a whole lot of emails and messages from California and saying, if we get to the 50%, Larry's the governor, because no one's coming close to you. Apparently, I saw a video of you in a church the other day. I mean the enthusiasm, the excitement. The momentum you have. It's got to be pretty humbling for a guy with who's normally like me behind a microphone mic. It's been overwhelming. I was at a campaign a fundraiser and rally yesterday and I was treated like like a rock star. I was treated like the Beatles. I mean, it was almost ridiculous. Um, I am overwhelmed by the enthusiasm because people feel for the first time there's somebody who represents their values. I'm pro life, pro family and pro business and pro growth. I'm common sense and they feel they've got somebody. Now who can articulate this in a ways Republicans have not done in a long time, there isn't a single Republican will hold the statewide office here in California. This will be a revolution. This will be an earthquake that will reverberate all throughout the country, and Gavin Newsom knows it, and Democrats know it. And that is why they so far raised $50 million, mostly from the teachers union. Public sector unions. Big tech in Hollywood. I'm only gonna be able to raise a fraction of that. But it doesn't matter. There was recently a proposition that would have that would have reinstituted race as a factor in college admissions. The part that wanted race to be admitted as a factor outspent the other side 20 to 1, and they still lost. It's not just about the money, it's about common sense and people in California are hurting and Mike help is on the way. You're and you're the help Larry Elder running for governor elect elder dot com Larry the final question. I have to ask you about this collapse in Afghanistan, which is ultimately a collapse of the Biden administration. It's a disaster. It's an epic failure for the Biden administration. Does that impact the governor's race in California, and if so, how? It's not come up. I haven't heard anybody talking about it, but it does show you the kind of leadership we have in the White House, this Democrat Democrats believe in, uh, in in in strength through peace. Republicans believe in peace through strength. That was a Ronald Reagan position. Who, by the way, was a very popular two term governor here in California, became a very popular two term president. But it does show you that Americans can't be trusted. Our allies are not looking at all this. We can't be trusted. The the Islamofascists are now gotten a stranglehold, and they believe that all you have to do is wait out America and unfortunately we proved them to be right. See, I I really believe you can connect the dots. Inasmuch as a poll just came out. 70% of Americans are disapproving of how Biden has handled Afghanistan. This was the the the Trafalgar Group survey that just came out. I got to believe there's a lot of Californians witnessing this and saying We're in bad shape with Democrats in leadership. We need a Republican like Larry Elder to run the state. I'm gonna start making that argument by thank you for that talking point. I'm happy to do so because it's true. I mean, I think a lot of people going to say Wait a minute. That we are. We are running into the side of a cliff here with Democrats in control. Look at Cuomo in New York. Look at Newsome. Look at Whitmer. Look at all these failed Democrat governors. And now this, this this disaster of the White House right now, I think it doesn't do anything but help Larry Elder's case, whatever it takes. Listen, I know it works, prayer works, and I know people are pulling for you and praying for you all over America, Larry and we appreciate you coming back on the show. Don't worry, we'll shame Hewitt into into coughing up five grand to meet to match my Donation to the elect elder Com campaign and I hope you do nothing but great things over the next few weeks, and the Big date is September. The 14th right, Although the ballots have gone out already, and so people are beginning to vote already. By the time the September 14 rolls around, my I think most people would have voted. By the way. There is one national issue that's been impacting us under the vitamin Stray shin is the borders the illegal immigration. I want that wall fixed. I don't support illegal immigration. And it is an issue here in California. You're right on so many issues and my prayer is that enough Californians have their eyes woke. Opened up, not woke. Is Ben Dominic points out but have be awake. Be awake being behaviour, Eyes wide open, Larry, we're pulling for you. We're praying for and again. I hope everybody goes to elect elder dot.
How Much Do You Need to Save to Retire Comfortably?
"Be with you today. Well, hello, Megan. It's always a pleasure. I'm looking forward to sharing some more great information to our listeners today. Well, there's a lot to get to and I want to start with how much we should be saving for retirement. Jeff, How do we make sure we were actually on track to meet our goals. It's kind of interesting. You hear a lot of things, especially when it comes to like emergency money. I'm sure most of our listeners have heard you should save at least 3 to 6 months of of your your monthly income to have as a cushion. In case something happens with your employment, and that's a good rule for those that are still working. But once you get to retirement, it's a little different. Um, when you get there, we call that the pillow money. How much do you need to have in the bank as emergency money so that when your head hits the pillow at night, you're comfortable now That number is going to be vastly different for everybody. Some we've had some people come in and say, Look, I only want $5000 and I'm like, Oh, no, no, no, no, that just doesn't work. But having 50 for some folks is plenty. Some folks need 100,000. Everybody has their own number, So it's important for you to get comfortable with that number. Keep in mind that there is a cost for having that pillow money. And what I mean by that is you're not going to make much money in the bank because the rates are currently you know. It's just not producing much so you won't make much there. So you want to have emergency money but may be considered to different phases of that. So the initial emergency can be the bank with its 25 40 50,000 whatever your number is, But then you can have money invested in a brokerage account that you can liquidate those investments and have that put into your account within, say, three days or so. And that can be like your second portion of emergency money. At least that part the the invested part can make some money and that way you're not putting it all in the bank and not earning anything on it. So that's that's a recommendation there. So one thing to look at. That's just one thing. Of course, there are many different things to look at. When we talk about this topic. It's a
"$5000" Discussed on 790 KABC
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Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail
"A seven night Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale, with all crew and adult passengers vaccinated. Cruise industry has been shut down for the past 15 months by the Corona virus pandemic. The CDC said last month that cruise ships with nearly all passengers and crew vaccinated can resume sailing. But NPR's Greg Allen reports there is a problem it violates a Florida law. This ad by celebrities sums up the relief and excitement among cruise companies. Some day is finally here and we're ready to sail beyond again. Extended shutdown has cost the industry more than $17 billion in direct losses. The celebrity cruise departing June 26 will be the first under new CDC protocols. CBC says ships can resume sailing under two scenarios. The first is after conducting tests cruises with masks and social distancing in place show they can keep passengers and crew safe. The second scenario, when advocated by the industry, allows ships to resume sailing immediately as long as 95% of passengers and crew are vaccinated. Chris Gray Faust is managing editor of the website. Cruise critic. People will not have to wear masks, they will not have to do social distancing and at least in the US, they'll be able to do shore excursions without you're staying in a cruise ship bubble type of situation. The idea of requiring all adult passengers to be vaccinated is popular not just with the companies but also cruise passengers. House says the survey conducted last week found 80% of cruise passengers said they would prefer to sail on a ship with a vaccine requirement. So what we're finding is that Abbott cruisers want to get back to see, but they would overwhelmingly prefer to be on a ship with vaccines. That's what passengers want. It's what cruise lines want. But it's not what Florida Governor Rond de Santis once. He recently signed a bill passed by the Republican Legislature at his request, which bans company from requiring any customer to show proof of vaccination. Under the law, each violation carries a $5000 fine. Asked about it last week, De Santis said, applies to cruise lines and that if they violated, they'll pay. We are going to enforce Florida law. I mean, We have
NHL Fines Rangers $250K for Criticizing Player Safety Call
"Completely manhandled and brutalized multiple players for the Rangers. The Rangers put out a statement on Twitter that was very heavy handed in a bunch of different ways. This has come down a short time ago. The NHL has find the New York Rangers. $250,000 further public comments to 50 public comments of the nature issued by the Rangers that were personal in nature into meaning of a league executive will not be tolerated. So it just sort on the same page. Tom Wilson gets $5000 and no games. For almost ending the career of a dude by dragging him by the hair and bouncing him off the ice. But the Rangers make a statement about that and get fined 50 times that amount. Yeah, it seems fair. While we don't expect our clubs to agree with every decision rendered by the Department of Player safety, the extent to which the Rangers expressed their disagreement was unacceptable. It is terribly unfair to question George Parker's professionalism and dedication to his role in the Department of Player safety.
Clyburn Fined $5K for Metal Detector Violation
"Fine from the House Ethics committee. Failing the pastor up metal detector outside the House chamber. New House rules find members $5000 for a first defense and $10,000 for a second offense. Sources told Politico. Clyburn exited the House chamber to use the bathroom and went around the metal detector when he returned fly Bernice, the first Democrat to be fined for a violation, Three Republicans have faced fines for not completing the security screening. Jared Halpern, Fox, New Texas business Closing numbers
NCAA Hits USC Basketball With 2 Years' Probation, Fine
"A nail Southern California men's basketball with two years probation and a $5000 fine. Ah, former Trojans assistant coach violated ethical conduct rules when he accepted a bribe steering players to a business management company. Sports A
"$5000" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Do need to calm down. Welcome to the show. Everybody and james. How are you today. A couple of chevrons steve to close your writing my bumper here. Okay hoover back. Yeah yeah you're very early for you gotta say it's not. It's just a terrible time for me. Yeah so cranky jimmy today actually. I'm getting up earlier. And i'm getting up a little earlier. Stevie i'm trying to. Yeah i'd love the late night. And and by the way. I spent a lot of time this week. I watched afterlife again. Remember how we just loved that. Show ricky gervais beautiful show. You might have been the guy. Got me onto that afterlife. And and then people tell me while you gotta watch his other one that he did And he's a great story right. He resisted the office in in the united kingdom. And then he's got this whole idea. Ory does a short amount of shows just a couple of seasons six or seven episodes. They're only twenty two minutes and then he and then he sells them to the states. You know like he did the office office. Steve he did. I haven't watched it yet. Twenty one years ago. That that ricky gervais did that also found out. He was in like a boy band. Okay yeah i'll like a durant durant thing yeah. I immediately had to stop the showdown and find a clip of ricky gervais. In boy band the band was called and it was around. Nineteen eighty three on dancing. And this is a little snippet of record your vase in a boy band.
University of Phoenix students to get $50 million in refunds
"Refunds going out to students of an online university. CBS is Matt Piper explains why thousands of University of Phoenix students will split nearly $50 million in tuition refunds because they were allegedly learned into enrolling in the four profit school by deceptive advertisements. The Federal Trade Commission says the money will go to more than 147,000. Phoenix students. Who enrolled at the University of Phoenix between October 2012 and December 2016 paid more than $5000 in tuition and continue to have student death. Students who get their refund via PayPal have 30 days to accept the money. People will get mailed checks should deposit them within 90 days.
Congress deadlocked over bill to resolve border crisis
"At the U. S. Mexico BORDER in droves. Texas Senator John Cornyn says the wrong people are benefiting from what he calls the Biden White House is open border policy is an invitation to the human smugglers who charge roughly $5000 a head. Move. People across the border into the country and border Patrol has already recorded more than 34,000 crossings. Midway through March, the Texas House and
Houston Police searching for man accused of trying to kidnap child near Memorial Park
"Officers say a man tried to abduct the child. Back on February 24th near a pond on the eastern edge of Memorial Park. He's been described as a bold white man around six FT. With an average build. Crimestoppers is offering a $5000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Governor Greg Abbott continues to blast the Biden
Houston police searching for man who tried to grab child near pond at Memorial Park
"For an attempted child kidnapping suspect officers say a man tried to abduct the child back on February 24th year upon on the eastern edge of Memorial Park. He's described as a bald white man. About six ft. Tall with an average build Crimestoppers, offering a $5000 reward for any information leading to an arrest and conviction. Ah,
How soon might you receive a $1,400 stimulus check?
"Biden's $1.9 trillion covert relief package. Well, some of that money get to you. Let's go live to double d. T O p. S. Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. Mitch First I think the stimulus checks is the top of mind for a lot of folks. How soon could people death? Um Absolutely well. President Biden plans to sign this bill into law on Friday is on our understanding from the White House, so given that the checks could go out Elektronik Lee for many of those who have actually received the checks this way in the last couple of stimulus packages, they should probably go out about a week after the president signs this into law and then for those who actually get the paper checks. Those would probably go out the final week of this month so they won't have to wait too long, and the Iris says they're pretty well ready to go, especially given their past experiences for those who are waiting for the extension of federal unemployment benefits that $300 enhanced unemployment benefit. We understand that it is supposed to be in the pipeline because this is really just an extension of that program. So for most people, it should be fairly seamless. Obviously, there are going to be individuals that have problems here. There but overall because this has now been into effect for almost a year. Ah, lot of this is going to get into the pipeline pretty quickly to people. Mitch. No Republicans voted for this bill. How did they framed their latest argument's during debate today? Well, Hillary, it was a little more nuanced today in the actual arguments on the floor. Of course, there have been a lot of arguments about the fact that it's full of political waste from the Democrats that it's just a wish list from the Democratic Party. But today, actually, the Republicans Went through and kind of broke things down into the areas where they think that the money is not really going directly to the Corona virus, And they have basically been saying that it's nine. Only 9% is actually going directly to the coronavirus. Now you can go back and forth on those arguments, but one of the more specific arguments they made is that while people will be getting $1400 checks The stimulus checks that overall if you look at all of the other money that's going toward things that the average taxpayer might actually be having to spend more than $5000 minus that 1400. So they argue that it's a net loss for the taxpayer Now, Obviously, there's a lot of economic things going on there as well mentioned course, we've been through a couple of these big relief bills. Is this likely to be the last major covert relief legislation? Sean, I think this is going to be the last one, at least for quite some Time. As you know, this is actually the sixth one of these major stimulus packages. Obviously, this is the biggest one since the cares act was approved last year that was over $2 trillion, But even Democrats who have been continually saying they're going big on this, they are saying they need to wait to get this money into the economic system and see how really how everything is affected by the fact that people are getting vaccinations. The fact that businesses are reopening, so I think this is going to be ah, waiting period for a while. However, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has said that if things do go worse later in the year, they will be open to taking another look at this legislation. But I think this is the final big bang for now, out of Congress already. Thank you so much,
Capitals' Ovechkin fined $5K for spearing Bruins' Frederic
"Bruins look to bounce back from their shootout lost last night when they play the Washington Capitals again tomorrow night at seven. Capitals Win or Alexander Ovechkin has been fined $5000 by the NHL today for sparing these rookie Trent Frederick in the third period of last night's game after Frederick had been physical with him the entire night. The rookie was asked today about getting under the superstar skin. You know, he's a good player, so anytime you get a check on him, obviously trying to do that. Just just play them hard to his good clear. That's respect to give. It is just by playing marks and
Seattle officials pushing for 'no bail, no jail' for non-violent offenders
"You how covert precautions and court backlogs mean that a lot of people who get arrested don't actually end up in jail. Today Come was meant Markovich reports on a growing effort to eliminate bail altogether, except for the most serious crimes. It's a phrase you hear a lot in Seattle's community court. Everybody gets released to comes in without having to post bail. It's geared to people accused of lower level crimes that may otherwise sit in a jail cell awaiting trial because they have no money for bail. We have historic levels of backlogs and because of that, and co vid There's a tremendous push to keep non violent offenders out of jail toe, lower the jail population and pressure on judges to keep it that way. A 2019 report by judges says 77% of jail population statewide. People waiting for their trials. The bell system needs to be reformed. And some of that reform has to be through the Legislature. And that's what Seattle State Senator Jaime Peterson is hoping to do. There are an awful lot of folks who don't need to be in jail. He's paying the bill that would essentially let people accused of nonviolent crimes. Go free until their trial. No bail at all. What's the threshold of violation that you have in mind? That's a good question, and that's one of the things that we're gonna have to work out. But at the bills hearing, even the liberally minded a C L u opposed it because of some possible unintended consequences of it. We are here in opposition, as did judges who want bail reform because it still requires. Court hearings with significantly stress the entire court system. There are fewer people being held for unveil because a lot of people are being PR. That is correct. One veteran bail bondsman says More judges are P R ng I think people accused of nonviolent crimes go anyway on auto theft in a couple years ago would have been a $5000 bill will now be PR. Peterson says he's convinced his bill needs more work. And that the threshold for a bail request. Maybe a person is a threat to another. That's one of the issues that I think we're gonna need to do Some more work on here over the next year in Seattle, met Markovich Cuomo news. Edmunds. Police
House votes to fine lawmakers who ignore metal detectors
"After that capital riot metal detectors were put into place outside of the House chamber, and now lawmakers are going to face fines if they refused to go through that new security. The House voted to find lawmakers $5000 for a first offense and $10,000 for each a fence after that. Democratic congressman Jim McGovern. The rules are the rules. But apparently some of my friends on the other side think differently. Summer acting as though by being elected to Congress. They have been anointed to some sort of special club one that gets to pick and choose what rules to follow. Republican Congressman Tom Cole of Oklahoma also spoke. He criticized the security measures, saying it's impossible to socially distance while waiting the past through them.
Federal worker cut air traffic communications with planes
"Employees find and put on probation for tampering with airport communications. Olin Costal will pay $5000 and sit idle for two years for cutting communications between air traffic controllers and planes flying above Honolulu Back in early 2019. A two minute outage effective communication with about 10 airplanes. Acosta was sentenced this week by a federal judge after pleading guilty to maliciously interfering with a federal communication system.
Federal worker cut air traffic communications with planes
"Federal Aviation Administration employee has been fined $5000 put on two years probation or cutting communication between air traffic controllers and planes flying above Honolulu Back in early 2019. Two minute outage effective communications with about 10 planes. The man was sentenced this week by a federal judge after pleading guilty to maliciously interfering with a federal communications system.
"$5000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"$5000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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