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"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

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03:36 min | 2 months ago

"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

"To reassuring to hear. And some people I'm still friends with, which is amazing. There's other people who I thought we were friends and the company who I never heard from them again. It is what it is. There's nothing like difficult times to show you who's really there for you. At the end of the day, it's tacked people were able to get up and go out and find new jobs, which is great. That was my primary concern, actually, with the whole shutdown process. And I hope I hope it was a growth experience for the team members. You know, I think it was. That was super tough. Yeah, and even even still, though, even with how difficult it was, I feel like I got a lot out of the experience. In the end, Justin realized that being the CEO actually isn't the role for him. It's an amazing lesson when all is said and done knowing what you want to do and what you excel at and that's invaluable, even if it comes through some pretty hard lessons. Well, now he's back with a new startup fractal. They just raised $35 million to create an NFT platform for gamers and game developers. Yeah, hopefully this is a better go from it sounds like he learned a lot from this failure and I hope you did too. So either way, he'll always have Twitch on his resume. So I think he'll be okay. Yeah, he definitely will. Twitch is, you know, one of our culture's biggest success stories. So you will definitely always have that. But that's really going to wrap up this week for now. So for Michael sokka, I'm Mike elcio and this is rocket ship dot FM. Thank you so much for listening to rocket ship dot FM. It is your support that keeps the show going. If you can take a second and leave us a review wherever you listen to podcasts, it helps out the show so much. We're also part of the pad glamorous network and if you'd like to listen to more great shows from the go do the hot glamour it dot com to see the full show listings. Rocket ship FM is produced in partnership with product collective, a community for product people, go to product collective dot com and get access to our weekly newsletter, live video interviews, slack community product job board, and a whole lot more. Again, just go to product collective dot com. I'm Natalie barbu, host of the real real podcast where we go behind the highlight reel to find out what's really going on in the lives of content creators, entrepreneurs, and everyone in between. After quitting my corporate job to start my own businesses and focus on my YouTube channel, I realized that, while things might look glamorous on our Instagram feeds, things can get real, like really real behind the scenes. We get an inside look at what's truly going on behind all of those beautiful feeds. You can listen to the real real every Monday to start off your week with some realness and inspiration. Find my podcast wherever you're listening right now and be sure to rate review and subscribe so you never miss a beat. Be told, though. Eddie Murphy in dream girls. Being serious, it's almost like the video for how can it be? Were you just kind of waiting for him to crack a joke and then he doesn't. You're waiting for the host of this week's Saturday Night Live to come walking in to tell you that it's just a skit. Or at some point everyone breaks scene and looks at the camera and says New York. It's Saturday night. Let me show mission. Two men, one podcast, every black film ever made. New episodes drop every Wednesday. Subscribe on Apple podcasts and Spotify or wherever good podcasts be..

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"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

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06:53 min | 2 months ago

"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

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It's so nice out there out there in the Mexican markets where chili stretch in the sun. High in the mountain air between backcountry skis and kids doing the first snowplow. Or next to the pool after a long day of forgetting what day it is. We're all here to get out there and come home or us and us that went away. And when you save on travelers and Expedia member, you can travel even more. It's so nice out there, so let's go Expedia, made to travel, times apply seaside for details. So atrium just raised another 65 million from Andrews and Horowitz. And others in this massive round that set them over 75 million in total funding. And they're growing, not as fast as they could, but they are growing. The revenue was growing. It's just that margins were pretty, because we hadn't really fundamentally delivered innovated on how services were delivered. Primarily in one of the differentiated one was that I was a really good marketer to startups because that was my background. You know, I knew what sorts wanted to hear. I was in the space. Have been a successful star founder. But marketing as a primary differentiator is not good enough if the product isn't better in some way. And so along the way this caused a lot of friction because we didn't have clearly defined goals is very hard to clearly define roles with my cofounders and I think there was just a huge amount of frictional cost of one by one. They left until I was kind of a last man standing and you know, I don't put that on them, I think I did not have a lot of maturity in I would say I didn't have a lot of empathy as a manager in the beginning. It was kind of like either you either you succeed as an employee as a team member, either you're crushing it or you're betraying me. You know, I was very much like win or die and there's nothing more important than winning. And the problem was that people didn't feel supported, like cofounders did not feel particularly supported. And I think in a lot of ways, I didn't set them up for success. Four cofounders all leaving the company in secession. If this isn't a sign of dysfunction, I don't know what is. Yeah, this is the beginning of the end, at least publicly. So back to the product problems, Justin describes the product as a leaky bucket. The end result was a very leaky bucket. Customers would come in the product was not sufficiently differentiated. They'd churn out. And so even though it was like a pretty big revenue base, it just wasn't working. And I was just banging my head against the wall and like, what can we make it? How can we make it work? That's incredibly frustrating. And because of the cultural issues and the fast hiring and now large team, this all made it incredibly hard to maneuver around this problem. Yeah, it's like they were stuck. And it got to the point where I said, I don't believe that there was a solution that we can figure out here that I would personally invest my own money in. And so even though we had now the 75 million we had over 25 in the bank, I made this hard decision I should return this capital to investors because I don't see a pivot that I really believe will work and I don't want to make everyone just go through the fire drill of working on something that I don't believe in. For the next 6 months until we run out of money. So that's what we did. And 14 months ago, I stood in front of the company that I love dearly. The worst part about this was that we laid off our entire team. And I looked for acquires or soft landings, had one lined up actually fell through at the last moment. And then decided to have to shut down this company. And so stood up in front of the team in a team meeting. And I loved our team meetings. You know, normal. Not this one, but I loved our team meetings. And I love the team we built and I really love the culture that we built. I was really being in a culture and I built a culture around conscious leadership that I felt like was really empowering to people, but it wasn't working and the company itself wasn't working so I ended up having to stand up in front of the company and say, hey, this isn't working. And we're shutting down. And everyone is getting severance and you're going to have to find a new job. And that was really tough. You know, I was tearing up. People were crying. People were angry and that's what we did. So heartbreaking for everyone involved. And you know, look, this is what startup life is like. But it doesn't necessarily mean that it gets easier. If you are that founder, you are on that early team. Yeah, and this was particularly hard for Justin, who lost actually several good friends throughout the process. So the experience, the feeling of shutting down your company, I mean, there's so much guilt attached to shutting down your company like if you did wrong by your investors, but your cofounders, by your employees, by your customers, tons of guilt. It's a lot of sadness. You have to get over your team. A lot of it is very easy opportunity to have a lot of rage and anger, blame, like, why is the market doing this to me? X, Y, or Z people, not performing their jobs, or why are the customers want this instead of this, thing that we built all of that feeds in and those are the emotional experience, shutting down. It can be very difficult for people. What's interesting is, you know, I loved many members of our team and, you know, it's fascinating from a clinical standpoint from a external standpoint. It's fascinating to watch. And when you go through something that's tragic like that or there's a shock to the system or it's sad, it's interesting who sticks with you and who doesn't, who supports you and who doesn't, you know, some people, some executive team members, some people with team members were very supportive, you know, they said, hey, we understand this is tough. We thought you did right by us. You tried your best. Which is, you know, nice.

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"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

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08:13 min | 2 months ago

"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

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Then, in 2006, a boardroom scandal threatened to bring the company's carefully built reputation crashing down. When sensitive information from Hewlett Packard board means was leaked to the press, HP chairwoman, Patricia Dunn, hired a team of outside investigators to find the source. These investigations use highly illegal methods. They impersonated board members. They followed people and even dug through their trash. When the board catches on, done is faced with accusations of spying and potential prosecution. Business movers has this incredible story of corporate espionage. Listen to business movers on Apple podcasts, Amazon music or wherever you listen. You can listen early and ad free by subscribing to wondery plus in Apple podcast or the wondery app. So before the break we talked about how atrium raised $10 million in a series a from general catalyst off of a ten slide deck. But they didn't stop at 10 million. So we started this company. We got this term sheet. I raised money from I wanted to fill the round with many, many investors are raised money from like 90 investors so that we would use them as a funnel for customers and we really dominate Silicon Valley. We did that. I'm great at pitching. So his strategy was to raise from as many firms as he could, then turn around and use them for lead generation into their portfolios, which is a smart concept. Yeah, it definitely helps for early customer acquisition. Everyone had an incentive to introduce Justin to their entire portfolio of companies and everyone in their portfolio needed legal services, no matter what sector they're in. Flush with cash and set up for customer acquisition Justin and his team started hiring quickly. Really quickly. In the beginning, we just hired way too fast because I was like, I just want to go, go, go, get customers, and then figure out product afterwards. That was a huge mistake. Number one, true technology startups, I should say, about product. It's about finding a differentiated solution using technology to build something that is fundamentally new. And that is something that I think I lost sight of. And there are companies out there that don't do that. Of course, like a Dollar Shave Club or something like that. It's a marketing. It's marketing or places that people who figure out better forms of distribution to sell something. But like the true ultimately dominating Silicon Valley game changing world changing startups are the ones that use technology to figure out how to do something completely new. The googles, the facebooks, twitters, cruises, or coinbase, all those are companies that do something completely new that has never been possible before. And they are enabled to do it because of technology and product. And so we were not, you know, I didn't focus enough on product because I think I had been jaded by product and seeing a lot of stores that I felt like did not have differentiated product create some things that were very successful companies or seemed like very, very successful companies. So that was one of the first mistakes. So lesson number one here, he didn't focus on the product. He focused on customer acquisition. But what was he acquiring them in two? Honestly, I don't think he really knew at least in the very beginning. But we'll get back to that in a second. First on that topic of hiring. Another mistake that we made was we really just hired way too fast. You know, and one of the things that I didn't spend out of time doing was figuring out how do I set the culture of this company. What kind of company do I want to create? A culture wise. And who are we serving for as our customer? In atrium's case, it was already serving lawyers and within lawyers, are we serving lawyers who want to make a lot of money and be partners or we serve people who want to get out of big law and have more of a lifestyle, like a better lifestyle. We never answer that question and then, of course, outside of lawyers, it's like are we serving the clients? The people who are buying the legal services. We never really spent the time to figure out who are we serving in the same way that Twitch Emmett very clearly early onset. Okay, we're going to serve the broadcasters the streamers. The streamers are the ones we're going to serve because viewers will go to wherever streamers are, even if the site sucks because they want the content. And so we basically only built features for streamers in the very beginning of Twitch. You know, that was the right move at the end of the day. And so I didn't do that sufficiently at any trim and therefore we never had this north star like what customer are we serving first and foremost. And I think in a store that serves many different types of people, that is critically important. It's better to serve a narrow niche of customers and then have that grow than start trying to serve everyone, which is the temptation for many founders who want to take over the world. My guy did. So he failed to set the culture and failed to set the focus of the company. You know, who they were and who they were going to serve. Instead, they tried to be everything to everyone, which generally translates to being nothing for nobody. Yep. It's very familiar and almost painful to listen to. But despite this, they continue to grow and they continue to raise more money. Now, another 65 million they raised led by andreessen Horowitz. Now, we're not at the end of the journey quite yet. There is.

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"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

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08:03 min | 2 months ago

"$75" Discussed on Rocketship.fm

"So back in 2014, Justin Kahn sold the video game streaming platform Twitch to Amazon for nearly $1 billion. The U.S. online retail giant Amazon has bought Twitch, a video game streaming service in a deal worth nearly 1 billion U.S. dollars analysts say it's part of Amazon's plan to expand its media empire by capitalizing on the booming eSports market, Amazon announced on Tuesday, it would buy Twitch for $970 million in cash. Marking one of the biggest acquisitions for the commerce company. And if I remember correctly, that deal was a who's who of Silicon Valley at the time with everybody making bids to purchase the company. That's right. It kicked off with Google making a $1 billion offer. And the team actually walked away from it. But then that set off an even bigger bidding war. Here's Justin himself walking through the lead up to the eventual Amazon acquisition from his own YouTube channel. After the deal with Google website sideways, zuck actually called hem it up and said, hey, I want to invest $50 million. And you guys should keep going. But the next big dog company to come knocking at our doors for an acquisition was Yahoo. Yahoo had been talking to us for a while, and after our bankers let them know that the company was still in play. They came back to us really quickly with a big number. $1.25 billion plus $250 million in retention. That was 50% more than what Google had just offered. Our minds were fucking blown. And we immediately said, yes, please. And thank you. At the time, 'cause we have done all this painstaking diligence for the Google deal. We said, hey, let's just use the same documents and the same diligence. And let's agree to a quick two week close. And Yahoo. For some reason, agreed. Then, the night before the deal was supposed to close. Emmett and the rest of the management team went over to Marissa Meyer's house. She was Yahoo CEO and she wanted to do a final meeting. And Marissa had a vision for Twitch that I think encompassed Twitch expanding beyond gaming to everything from fashion shows to music. And unfortunately, there was a bit of a disconnect there. Emma and the rest of the team felt like things were working with gaming and we should continue going with the direction we had. The next day, Yahoo told us, they changed their mind and just like that. $1.5 billion gone. We literally gone from zero to $1 billion to zero to $1.5 billion to zero. Now by this time we were so exhausted and burned out, it had been almost 6 months of doing deals and we were looking for anything and somehow catalysts reactivated yet another buyer. Amazon. We started talking their corporate development team and Emmett even met Jeff Bezos once. And then we agreed to do a deal. It was 1.2 billion with $200 million of retention. So how do these decisions get made? Well, after each offer the board is obligated to discuss it. So we would get on a call and myself and the other board members and talk about whether we thought it was a fair offer or whether we should keep going. And because the board is reliant on the management team, AKA Emmett and the rest of the executives to run the company, we mostly wanted to do what he wanted to do. So the entire Twitch board is on a conference call. And we're discussing some of the minor details of the deal when one of our investors, Chris pike said, I don't think we should do this deal. Hold up. Wait a minute. Somebody back. This deal was going to make everyone around the table stupid rich. No one knows what to say, and there's dead silence. 30 seconds go by. One of our investors finally breaks in with. Why not? And Chris says, well, I think the company is going to be worth more. And the other investor says, how much more? And Chris says, well, I think it could be worth three, 4 billion. I don't know. I just think it's going to be worth more. And maybe we should keep going. There's another long silence, and then literally we just kept going like Chris never said anything. Everyone else just wanted to get this deal done. So we decided, as a board, we're going to sell to Amazon. Third time's a charm. We're ready to sign this deal. Well, not so fast. Amazon corp dev calls us and said, well, they had a little bit of a change of heart. And now the deals priced at $970 million. Take it or leave it. And you know what? We took it. It wasn't quite the $1 billion that we wanted, but well, it was close enough. All right, that is quite the story. So we'll be right back next week with hold up hold up. Hold up. We're not done. We haven't even started yet. We haven't even started. I thought this was a short one. Sorry, got ahead of myself there. All good, all good. So, okay, so that was 2014. Let's fast forward to 2017 when Justin founded atrium, which was built as a legal services company, which would try to utilize a specific regulatory hack that just an invented in order to innovate and streamline the way legal services were provided. In response to the expensive, confusing, an opaque nature of existing processes, atrium built software for startups to navigate fundraising, hiring acquisition deals and collaborate with their legal teams, Justin himself was a power user, so he says of legal services through his years as an entrepreneur. And he felt like he could make this experience better for the next generation of entrepreneurs. I had this really what I thought was interesting idea around creating a new kind of legal services company that would utilize a specific kind of regulatory hack that I invented in order to innovate on the way legal services are provided because I was a consumer of legal services. I'd been a, what I call the power user of legal, unfortunately. In my companies as an entrepreneur, it's been all this money and time on legal and I hated the experience. The experience of legal buying legal services is very opaque to me as a customer as a client. And it was very expensive. And often I didn't understand what I was paying for. So I started the company. I kind of started riffing on this idea with someone who eventually became my cofounder augie reiko, who was a partner at Warwick, and augie and I really hit it off in the beginning. I really liked chatting with him about this company. I really liked talking to him about the idea. He quickly assembled a team of 5 cofounders. As someone who was working for me, not at YC, but just in my own personal capacity, it's kind of like my chief of staff. His name was Nick Cortez and Nick and I really got along. He's like a great friend to me. Like a really, we kind of riffed on all sorts of stuff we'd do investments in getting he'd work on investments together and he actually told me to invest in this company teachable back in 2016 that we invested. Teachable marketplace for courses, which actually sold last year for 200 and something $1 million. So I actually Nick was a really great relationship with Nick. I mean, it was amazing and not only personal, but obviously it was a great investor too. So we were just studying different ideas and I started riffing on this idea for a legal service to start with augie and then Nick kind of was excited about it and so he joined on and I recruited a friend of mine Chris smoke, who was a white C founder as the CTO and then had met this other woman baby chua, who I really hit it off with too and she had been in legal service. The legal startups before and had a lot of experience. She sold the legal startup to LegalZoom and so I just really liked her as wallet so we kind of assembled this team of 5 different founders and because of my track record because, you know, I'm just a cod and I got Twitch, you know, under my belt and I've been a part of why see it. I just like people wanted to fund my next startup. A quite the powerhouse of a founding team. As Justin mentioned, atrium experience no shortage of eager investors willing to fund the startup, especially with Justin at the helm. They received a term sheet for $10 million right out of the gate from general catalyst. They raised.

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Donald Trump Sues EVERYONE With Kash Patel

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 5 months ago

Donald Trump Sues EVERYONE With Kash Patel

"With us right now is cash Patel, website is fight with cash dot com. He has several lawsuits that he is engaged in against all the worst people on the planet. We'll talk about that. You're a former federal prosecutor. You understand how this whole world works. I want to ask your thoughts on the news yesterday. We didn't touch on this at all. Donald Trump filed a lawsuit yesterday. Yeah, and it's probably hopefully he's not listening. It's his best one yet. No. Is that right? I think so. It's the most conclusive comprehensive lawsuit. It's basically if you took the russiagate investigation with Devin and I ran and looked at it from a criminal perspective with Donald Trump has done is said, okay, how do I encompass everyone from Comey, Clinton, clapper, Brennan, and all the whole DNC crew on down? How do I get them civilly in federal court and the way you do it is you utilize this thing called RICO racketeering enforcement and corrupt organizations. We used to prosecute gangs under RICO's criminals. But what most people don't realize is RICO also has a civil function. So what he did was he took the RICO statute, which is permissible under by law and said, these guys orchestrated the largest criminal enterprise in U.S. history, but I'm suing them on my civil side of the house for, I don't know, $75 million. The whole point, right, is to get to discovery. Yes. Well, then also civil can lead to criminal. Absolutely. It can, but I think John Durham has got that covered. We can talk about that later, but I think what the president wanted to focus on was finally say, I'm not going after onesies and twosies here. I'm bringing everybody in, one federal lawsuit. Everybody's got to go to the table

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Joe Biden Is Losing Political Capital Every Day

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Is Losing Political Capital Every Day

"At an Oscar ceremony. I get it. I'm not suggesting, you know we should take a victory lap. Crack the champagne. Get on the medal stand. I know it's a small thing. I understand that. But I'm not going to come on the air all day and be Danny Downer and act like the whole world is collapsing every single minute when we are starting to rack up some political victories here and there. You've seen Gavin Newsom in California struggle. He's how to spend upwards of $75 million in this California recall election. He's fending off a group of Republican challengers who have a real chance. Are they going to win? I don't know, folks. I have no idea what's going to happen, but the elections coming up and I hope, our KBC KSFO and our other California affiliates, I hope you're all voting. We got a real shot here and I would make the case to you. Yes, Obviously we want to win that election. But I would make a shot you we've already racked up some small victories. Folks listen. The money is not replaceable. Gavin Newsom has had to spend tens of millions of dollars on an election that should never have happened. Never have happened. That money is gone. It's been consumed. It's been pumped into T V ads that have already played. It's not coming back. It's not an unlimited pool of money. There's not that's now money that can't go to other places in California and around the country. Is that a huge win? No, just like Chipman. Is that the biggest win ever in the history possible, but it's a good one. I'd argue that we are already starting to rack up wins because Joe Biden's political capital, his political bank account, what we think he has is even less than he actually has. The guy is losing political capital and withdrawals of being taken every

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"$75" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"And then if you want to add something on added on but don't buy core shelf. Thinks the next one's going to be easier because it's not it's not gonna easier. There's times when you might buy course abbas not for me. That happens happened many times. But you still have to pick a focus and then focus on because otherwise you're all over the map and you don't ever really get you do. Do you feel like you did that. What your financial planning careers while with the with the financial planning because again so many different ways you could go and i just decided focus on mutual funds and a little. Bit electra germs. They did do tunnel life insurance. I like the growth part of the mutual funds and and and then i also liked that the long-term bind hold multi in real estate so but it took us about pickup focus to like. It took us a year before we add decided on which strategy wanted to focus on. I love it. I love it are your are your daughter's getting in on the real estate business not so much you know. They're more artsy birdseed. So they think they they wanna be hairdresser nail texts or you know stuff like that yet but we always tell him you know what you're going to have to real estate to keep your lifestyle because they've had a pretty now pretty on yet. When is a tour seventeenth foster daughter to and one is nineteenth of the nineteen. Year olds is graduated. She's waitressing right now which she loves. She's very social but she also has her life insurance license because they said to her. That is a good place to learn and it's also social as well so good place to learn how to sell. 'cause i think learning how to sell is really key in the world and do you find that your daughters. That are older that you had when you were younger that they have a different perspective. Did they did. They learn different things from you. Then the the ones that are you know seventeen and nineteen grew up with more money. Right like my. My women are always like little like hate love with the money thing like is it going to change me. Is it going gonna make me into someone..

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‘Free Speech’ Is Liberalism’s Greatest Lie: Biden’s Administration Is an Educational Dictatorship

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

‘Free Speech’ Is Liberalism’s Greatest Lie: Biden’s Administration Is an Educational Dictatorship

"There's this lie in liberalism that everyone is going to be co equally nerd neutral to your opinion. What markers talks about in this essay. Which i'm not going to get into all the details is hey if we have ideas that we know are right like sexual operation allowing children to be sexually active. Which he believed was a moral good and you could read his essays. He talks about it then. We should shut up the people that disagree with us. Why would we give the other side of chance to talk free. Speeches and aberration herbert markouzi and all of his disciples said we need a quote educational dictatorship. That's fancy that's joe biden. That's kamala harris. That's nancy pelosi educational dictatorship. The experts are in charge up rooting the western order as we know it. No no we're going to use our credentials. We're going to use our earned credibility or given credibility to dominate. You free speech. Construct were in charge. You see we're gonna talk about this coming up shortly because there's a question about this around free speech. I'm a really make you think about free speech we had michael knows on. Our podcast phenomenal discussion. He definitely made me think deeply about some of these things and so did so. Rub amari who have a podcast on as well as what if the left played us on the free speech issue. What the left us free speech as a bridge to get to this educational dictatorship that herbert mark talked about people. Say charlie what can i do to save the country. How could you possibly know how to save the country. If you don't know who you're up against

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German Philosopher Herbert Marcuse Was the Architect of the New Left

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

German Philosopher Herbert Marcuse Was the Architect of the New Left

"The author of the new left. Who's behind all of this so really important question now. There isn't a single person. go to karl marx. You can go to hey goal and the haley dialectic and the long march institutions and a german historisches view of our experience in our existence but there is one person that every conservative should become familiar with now. I want to give a hat tip to the great newt. Gingrich newt gingrich did something back in two thousand twelve where he insistently introduced the author and the activist saul alinsky into the mainstream of the conservative movement. When i go to republican lincoln. Reagan dinners when. I go to tea party. Meetings truly don't exist anymore. When i go to any sort of function and i say saul alinsky. I'd say seventy or eighty percent of the room knows who i'm talking about now. Actually i've been going across the country. Speaking at churches you'd be amazed at how few churches know who saul. Alinsky is a man who wrote rules for radicals thirteen. We've covered them extensively on the show and the dedication. That book was to lucifer. Who he said was the first ever rebel trying to tell me. We're not spiritual war. Oh charlie it's just a bunch of matter versus matter notes not to spiritual work. They admit it's a spiritual war now. The man who is the architect of a lot of chaos. You're living through the man who is largely responsible for a lot of the academic backing of is a man by the name of herbert markova using the frankfurt school. He was a communist. That was kicked out of the frankfurt. School in germany found a safe space and the united states of america taught at harvard. Columbia brandeis and eventually settled the university of san diego. He was the architect of what is now known as the new left.

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The US Courts Conform to the Clambering of the Chattering Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:18 min | 1 year ago

The US Courts Conform to the Clambering of the Chattering Class

"The courts conform to the people now. This is something that we as conservatives. Don't talk about enough. We think that the courts are going to make sober and fair and unbiased decisions regardless of the clamoring the chattering class hamilton. Never thought never thought this isn't the case he wrote about this in the federalist papers and you wrote about this in his private journals and alexander. Hamilton is actually a ghost rider for a lot of george washington speeches in a second term of his presidency. Now the idea of judicial review came in thanks to marbury versus madison. Which really kind of enshrine this idea that. The supreme court is a co equal branch of government. The supreme court has the ability to have a check and balance against tyrants and dust spots or unconstitutional measures when the legislature as we've covered extensively in a previous episode of our podcast. Joe biden has just basically said. I don't care if the supreme court says i am going to do. What i believe is right let roberts sent his army. Let marshall sent his armies. Andrew jackson said an booster versed beaver. V georgia a lot of people debate whether it or not but the essence definitely fits andrew jackson's persona.

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 "Triad of Comedy"  featuring Don Friesen, Steve Smith, and "Mr. Bullhorm" Glen Super Show #75  - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"Triad of Comedy" featuring Don Friesen, Steve Smith, and "Mr. Bullhorm" Glen Super Show #75 - burst 01

"Right now one of the funniest on the road ladies and gentlemen. Here's done freezing talking appliances in the next couple of years ago but talk to your kitchen. Is that gonna help our lives. Life done goofy burke. Microwave say cook you say how hot the blender and the toes we'll keep you up on that was Losing weight and have fridges pissed. Cheer loud he took it wrong. Going to couples. Counseling blender with issues. You know enough cities with your toaster. On the dr phil show. So you're just and he just want to come home. Have your bread all ready to go up. They know understand guys. Never see that coming like Yeah that's pretty much what i do. Who do you think you like a dr phil. Alarm clock heavy great. How can you sleep through that. You need to wake up. You need to wake up. Wake up this news more than twice as war. Were you walk in the jimmy j. christmas. Did i miss a turn off to crazy town here

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"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Booked kid a big time. My dad got it all like mardi book plants man. What was he doing a little suitor. No it you really know what took your even ask follow up why what answer would suffice. He's got to save the country. Every single answer would be really anywhere at weird till told somebody else that matter like. Did your dad big time. You on father's day. Yeah yeah that happened checkmark done but yeah so you know on father's day you other big time by my dad which to think about it. That's kind of that's the most dad father's day imaginable. I mean you gave him a special experience like he got to do that to someone right. Got to got to reestablish premacy. Right i was i was de i. I spent father's day Camping with a bunch of women. But i did call my dad driving back from a river float as soon as the bluegrass station played. Will the circle be unbroken and we proceeded to have a forty five minute conversation about college baseball. So i feel like i feel like i did my what is the girl version of filial duty. I don't even know milly milly filial milly. He'll rock from manila leo. Lil little girly going to return to the to the list of replies here because there are a few more that i just cannot let pass unremarked fund from another longtime friend of the program at cup the cup. I got an amazon gift card for my birthday and used it to buy lawn trash bags in bulk. i would like to cite mighty metsu. Who said that. Our babies only eight months old. But i may have cut her out of a onesie rather than negotiate with the zipper during an early morning. Blowout that occurred during the dreaded pre babysitter arrival. Post bob leaving for work. So i totally respect the nine one one. Emt hustle of this ryan's reply to him and was like you're basically an emt now the you could have done the normal thing which would be to simply undo fasteners and take nope nope. There's no time no time for that. Got to cut her out of it. So you've you've both had infants at one point during your children's development did you have either of you have like a kiefer sutherland. Moment like this. Do you remember i do and it was this. I had to change one of the who had had a horrible blowout in the bathroom of a burger king. I believe it was like the only spot at this exit. And this was the type of blowout where staying in the car was not tolerable. We had no art solutions for this car. Besides rolling the windows down. And even that wasn't cutting it. So i had so. I took the kid i went in took the baby. A put a bunch of toilet paper down because i was going to be bad. Took the kid and when i had finished cleaning the kid up and putting the diaper back on nothing was salvageable. I could not. I just took the whole mass and threw it into the garbage can and then walked out of there with the kidney. Typer like it was raising arizona and just said yeah now out with the kids. I walked out with. That was listen. That's the only job. I walked out with clean kid. That was all i had to do. But it was so bad that when i was doing it somebody walked into the bathroom which was not a single user bathroom. No stalls multiple cynics implying that multiple people could use the bathroom at once. This person walked in gave one look and once mel turn right the hell out and kept walking it so bad. They refused to use a burger king bathroom. So when evey was in pre k. I used to her. Her pre k. Was close enough to the house. That i just go walk instead of driving their walk and literally carry your home with my shoulders. This is cute. This is fun stock about the last time she ever shattered pants. Was it when she was on your shoulders. Jason not during in fact it was around lunchtime about three hours earlier and then yeah just sat around with jeans full of shit and Eventually sat shoulder with that going on. And i sort of said smells pretty bad out here today. Where you're like it's already happened. I can't be your it together until we got home. And just sorta said that was coming from you that whole time. All right. you're going in this. I'm going in that shower and it was sort of. We'll never speak of this game. Well you know funny thing. Is we talk about all the time and remember that time. You shot your jeans while sitting on then sat on my shoulders and high school graduate a lot. now she's a teenager and at some point really soon. It's going to be like okay. Can you start you on this story. Yeah it's insane i like. I'm sorry. I was emotionally ready for that realization. There are many raising a young child where you have to treat it as if things happen. That are on the scale of losing a finger. That's how disgusting they are. you go. well that's already happened. Let's put in an ice lis- we're we've crossed the rubicon. But but now. I have shit in places that aren't supposed to be and you do too so we're just going to not lose our minds unstop job while you're on yeah. It couldn't be worse than what's happening right now. And then the next week something else worse happens. I'll let you know how the story plays when she gets high school. That'll be the real the terminator folks let tell you so there. I am at her wedding. You speech it'll be fine. I would also like to share. The story of brendan porath. A man who knows about grass as golf writer. Who says that his dad thing is he vigorously rakes and fluffs up the grass so it quote recovers unquote after putting the bounce house away. The idea of treating the grass like it's been traumatized we've got up server. Is this legit. Yeah one hundred percent. That stuff's going gonna lay down and you're like water starting to filter down to the root. It's not a good. It's like sticking a pool on it That's a that's a peak move a better move would be to find a place where you're not even going to put the the grass at risk but i understand we have we all have our own limitations brand new you hear that. I'm not trying to hurt his feelings. But what you have a driveway jail you trying to hurt his kids house there enough..

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"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Out of a house. That's three hundred million dollars painting. That'd be like what if you could explore this. Throw away your whole house and live in a van. Would you like to do that. Because i know i know that it seems like a good idea to me. So this face to stay on our way to yellowstone. I will tell you this. Instagram as for the census save one smells. You can't smell with instagram. Actually smells like so. Every time i see at attractive van or an attractive bus because with this fantasy i know that hook fantasy the fantasy it is shiny and it is floating right there and the way that i resist it is by going. It all smells like farts. That is the one thing that i think. Whatever i restored van and more than one person living at it and i'm like smells like horrible farts. That's thing that keeps me okay and there are solutions to this. But it's fine it's fine. We'll we'll move along. Move people living solutions there. We go like van life life has. What's your strategy a question for wolves this. I'm just going to go to the biggest bad accounts go under the instagram and asked them all the same question. What about the farts. The farts out of their failing. Michael felder and i need to do this. This is like a michael felder investigates thing like. Hey how do you keep all the fart set of your beautiful. Tweedy van. Your little wes anderson fantasy. It smells like farts. I know it is drawn to this. One by billy joe miller have we ever said his last name out loud before. I'm not sure if that's exactly correct. I believe it is go. That sounds better. All right Started having very serious discussions with my six year old about turning lights off so yeah. This is my level of dad for a solid eight nine years. But like i've just fucking given up like i've accepted anytime. I walk out of one room. Every light in the house will be on and i will get to enjoy walking around him off like it's it's a game that we all play together. It's very fun. They love leaving them on. I love turning them off. Everyone's happy they're reading. My goddamn light bill but i i have. I'd only gotten the the children who occasionally are here for quarantine school trained to turn speaking of both farts and switches. I've got them trained to turn the bathroom fan on. I cannot get them to turn the bathroom fan off a suitable amount of time. So that is that is my next jericho. Hey michael thurber have you made. Any dad progressions this year. I know that like me. You have no children of your own but have you. Have you had any moments like this. That speak to you. I spent significant time like multiple weeks seating my front lawn and doing it. And i talked to my grass and encouraged my grass to grow in a healthy way and multiple times called my own father to say i making great progress. Felt like all of that was Was dad worthy. I mean anybody with gardening. Podcast is late performing averaged that level the degree to which i look forward to this to our weekly discussion of a just to name a recent topic a fierce battle over different kinds of mulch is is perhaps a serious dad's signifier in itself great. The greatest battle had was mult. I pine straw in general for fucking weeks. It's still going on. Frankly elder vallario. You have outlive nor should he. In norwood we advocate stance on mulch over plants straw. I'll add that to the having having a multi opinion at all. Yeah sure. I do have a father's day story that i'm gonna share because if you got this far in the cast you served premium stuff. Okay sorry. I have one more on topic before you get here. Go ahead for meant to put in erin ryan at morning. Gloria angrily side while adjusting the thermostat. Yes yeah every fucking time. So the premium father's day story. I have is this because there's different fathers day experiences As you know my dad is Very much royal tenenbaums type He is Inex- he's an eccentric man. A man of a man of legend a man who sometimes they hear stories about and i'm like why didn't know that or that that was illegal like that's My dad and my mom. They separated a real long time ago. Their divorce they live in the same place. And i have to call my dad bill. Okay we're going to do something town town. Yeah little town. So i called him on father's i call them like on saturday so day before father's day like oh. Hey i'm in town like you. You want to hang for father's day and he goes. Oh listen. I'm sorry. I'm already.

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"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"It up. Acorns dot com isn't investment thing where money goes into it and then it invests And you have more money at least. Hopefully that's how it's supposed to work in us. How often it sounds worked for me. Let me put it that way. You gotta acorns dot com slash forecast in you. Get five dollars starter. Boost to the amount of money that you have and then some day. Hey who knows player cars right near the automatically nickels and dimes thing into the big pile of money and maybe you can retire I'm still on course for after age. Eighty three but If you if you go harder than me on investment maybe perhaps you will retire before age eighty three. That'd be awesome for you and me as well. Because i revel in the success of others i tell you what last last month. I'm looking at a four point. Two seven percent growth rate on my acorns has me Where do you go. it's down. Underperformance market gained. A few folks. You scroll down on the app. I don't have the performance well and also on my family plan you you're familiar. I've been putting away a little bit of change every week under my early account for the kids. It might be time to check on whether my younger son has indeed pilfered a little more money away from me to pull away. We were at a current gap of twenty. I believe twenty five dollars last time we are. We're holding steady. We're holding steady at twenty five dollars once again of current gaps jason. I have sent you that link out as he found i have replied with the word poon tang which was which was i received. Oh you thank you. Thank you vents. If you're out there yes also rounded up. Hey listen just today. We're out over the past week rounded up a good five dollars that went into my account. So chip chipping away little bit at a time. It adds up. That's true technically. That's a good point. The app sets a folks. What are we gonna do with all this all this money. Well we're gonna retire for one thing. Dammit it's eight hundred eighty three or what but Is pocket put all my money in like a kangaroo. Yeah i i. I'm gonna keep saving until i have about. Seventy five million dollars are and then once. I have seventy five million.

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"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Where's the van life life. What's your strategy a question for fart wolves. The biggest bad accounts right go under the instagram s. Them all the same question. What about the farts. The farts out of their failing. Michael felder and i need to do this. This is like a michael felder investigates thing like. Hey how do you keep all the fort set of your beautiful tweet. Van your little. Wes anderson fantasy. It smells like farts. I know it to the shutdown. How can you are listening to the internet's only college football podcast. Which tonight means that. We also possessed the aug title of america's most important legal broadcast. We know the we need. We need legal music around. Nasolo exciting announcing aerodrome. No we don't need aerodrome. We need the opposite they do. He's been with c. span music. Do they have music go. that's hidden. Yeah singing bowl Some like warbling horn right over some shallows playing the indicates that you're somewhere on the potomac right all noble america. Joel folks. if we heard the womp womp womp that means we had court stuff happened in college sports. Land the ncaa. The thing the ncaa does whenever the appears in court lane. Which is it's got it's ass whooped tends to happen every few years The latest one was Yeah the sean. Also case shot austin hell of a career for the west virginia mountaineers. Not only did he post two touchdowns in the seventy three orange bowl against clemson also to critical touchdowns in the last ever backyard. Brawl against pitt. Yeah lest we forget. Numerous other scores. Final season missed some time that year. But hey he did enough in in that twenty eleven campaign and then there's this dragging the ncaa's ass all the way it's surpreme court where they got. Shut the fuck out which oh nine and nothing like football score as a two thousand eight nick sabin score right there and i actually looked i did. I did some supreme court analytics all right. So a unanimous verdict the supreme court hears about sixty to seventy cases per year and something like twenty to thirty of them are unanimous. Which is like more than i would have guessed. Feels like a huge deal but like still they paid these lawyers millions and millions and millions of dollars in got zero points on the board. Seventy seventy five million dollars over the course of like how. Many how many of the incidental as employees do you. Reckon are lawyers like sixty sixty five percent. Yeah what you couldn't have saved books and gone in house for this instead g. Paid somebody a lot of money to take a nine hour thing the now when you feel bad on twitter about maybe pulling up and maybe dunkin on that rando a little hard and you say i don't know that guy's only got four hundred followers. Let me reiterate our nation's highest court does this twenty to thirty times a year they pick a case and they're like yeah. We're going to dump the shit out of this. We're just going to go nine. Oh we're going to humiliate the hell out of these guys. Never seen so many replays of that onion headline the worst person. You just made a great point because brett fucking cavanaugh. The incidentally has to have a lower rating than congress itself at this point. Have you ever seen such by part. Get this much. Bipartisan consensus on like. I don't know pizza. Definitely not definitely especially not if you're specific chains or toppings or whatever yeah. He couldn't get this much. Bipartisan consensus on like fever. No the video. Game i mean. Let's put it this way. You got justice and justice cavenaugh and justice alito all on the same page. In fact you got them so much that the quote that you will see the passage that you will see site. It does not come from the main ruling. No no no course wrote that. Okay cavenaugh just enough by the way that you've got gorsuch out front. These are people who think fence posts have more rights than human beings. That's basically who ruled in favor of student athletes today. Now you will hear a lot of people say well. This is really just kind of a window crack. Well it's a bit more than a window crack. Okay and this is the reason why the concurrence by kevin saying among other things in my view. It's always good when you get in my view right. This is like i am. Oh here comes the heat shit to say It says that the aa econ it says that colleges may declined to pay student athletes because the defining feature a college sports according to the nc double a. Is that student. Athletes are not paid a loop and guess who points that out. Cavanaugh cavenaugh says in my view. That argument is circular and persuasive. The incident couch does its arguments for not paying student athletes in innocuous labels but the labels cannot disguise the reality the business model would be flatly illegal and almost any other industry in america that bad ask to be described by the like the the Supreme means like highest right like most important most powerful. See bad. there's no this is this is. You've talked to the manager. All more managers speak. They checked in the back. Okay an hour talking about like do. It doesn't light unions but he. He was so infuriated by the ncaa's gall that he's like. Y'all better go start a union breath fuck and cavenaugh telling you to go start a union. That's how disgusted by what he's looking at here. That's incredible man. Like i think of every song or it's like a comment for song where it's like. This person was so beautiful. Made a blind person could see. Could appreciate the purview. Whatever this is like the opposite of that right. This is something disgusting. A blind person can perceive the ugliness of it. Great job this. This this is this is of all the ncaa's legal ass whippings. This feels like the most Just just slam dunking missed. i would. I'm going to go the costliest. But how did you get a guy who would probably seriously endorse something you would consider to be child. Labor in coal mining to right this or legislation would be one option toward resolving this or colleges and student athletes could potentially engage in collective bargaining. What did you do. What did you do the gap between. And we've said this before. But the gap between i encourage you to watch coverage of this on television or on c. span or streaming whenever you can't because the gap between what we have just learned to accept his normal in this industry at watching anybody outside its industry. A whiff of this for the first time highlighted this year by i think this was actually during the congressional proceedings and incidentally lawyer being asked so wait. You're telling me that people like college sports better when the athletes are paid and their answer was yes.

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What Makes Bixby Different with Roger Kibbe From Viv Labs

Sound in Marketing

02:04 min | 1 year ago

What Makes Bixby Different with Roger Kibbe From Viv Labs

"This labs is the brain behind samsung bitty. Roger has worked in voice and conversational. Ai strategy execution for quite some time he up some really great points about contextual awareness talked about how big these different from our competition really i think. Two primary ways one we're inherently multi-modal into focus on devices that are not smart speakers all devices that big is currently on have screens. The this means is that when you're building bixby capsule capsules white collar boy sap lexical skills gocha qasem actions. You're building a multi modal experience. Matter of fact you need to. I think there's a lot of voice assistance. Sue have kinda rich support for graphics and multimodality and come out but also on the input with dixie. So if you're asking for input at dixie on the i you can have a form you can have a slider ican buttons. You could interact with it via the screen or your voice really depending on contractually contractually. What works best for you in that situation. I mean i love voice but sometimes tapping button on a screen is better than speaking to things. so it gives you that capability. I love smart speakers. I have smart speakers in my house all over the place. I think they're great. I think we've done wonders with them in industry but if we're going to grow as an industry we're going to kind of move beyond the smart speaker when i mean by that is there's a whole group of people who would never go out and buy a smart speaker but they certainly might go out of by samsung tv and then they bring it home. Knock out this is cool. I can talk to my technology. And now you have a new voice consumer who's now talking to a device. It didn't buy it. Because i voice was kind of just feature of it. But now they discover it and now they get comfortable talking to their technology. And i think that's going to unlock a bunch industry. And i'm super excited about that.

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Approx 75% of Ontario Home Sales NOT Being Inspected

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Approx 75% of Ontario Home Sales NOT Being Inspected

"Many as seventy five percent of properties in the ontario area might be might be in the process of being bought and sold without home inspections. This is based on an article in the in the cbc recently And this was a poll from land. Inkster the secretary of young terrier association of certified home inspectors. Who believes that on conversation. He's having with inspectors throughout the province less than twenty five percent of all homes. Sales are being inspected so that means seventy five percent. Properties could possibly be being sold without inspections done. Obviously these are not scientifically one hundred percent accurate numbers. But if it's anywhere close to that the you know the article says and this is the one of the quotes in the in. The article says that this is a this is a situation where antero buyers could be in in in big trouble by not doing their due diligence. So this podcast is about making sure that you guys understand not just that you know the fact that you should be doing this but why you should be doing it and the reason why you should be doing it is because you want to know as much or more any property than anyone else does including the owners of that property and the listing agent and. That's something i've done for twenty one years now in always do this. I always want to do as much homework as much background research and do as much Find out as many stories. As i can about the area about other issues in the area developments everything that has to do with the enjoyment of that property and although i might not live in every single neighborhood that my clients want to live in. I always put myself in position that if i was going to live in that property what would i do to make myself feel safe and confident about it and this is really what i wanna pass on to. You guys the importance of doing that homework and doing everything that you need to do. So as a buyer you need to understand that you are not in a position where even if you are bidding on a property which you might not wanna do even if you're bidding on a property you have the option to do a pre home inspection before putting in your

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Walmart Drops Mask Mandate Following New CDC Guidelines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Walmart Drops Mask Mandate Following New CDC Guidelines

"Doing now that the CDC is issued new guidelines for the fully vaccinated, the world's largest retailer, says it's allowing vaccinated shoppers and workers to go massless in its stores. This is what community looks like. WalMart announced its new policy yesterday following the CDC easing of mass guidelines on Thursday. Vaccinated workers can stop wearing masks on Tuesday. They'll get $75 if they can prove they got the vaccine as an incentive vaccinated shoppers can immediately stop wearing masks. WalMart says they'll be held to an honor system but won't be asked their vaccine status, state or local laws will still supersede the policy if they require masks. Wendy Gillette CBS News in just a

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Saudi Aramco profit slumps 44% after Covid-battered year, but maintains dividend

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Saudi Aramco profit slumps 44% after Covid-battered year, but maintains dividend

"Shutdown, economies and global oil demand of withered But Saudi Aramco announced Sunday it's maintaining its $75 billion dividend payout. The company reported Net income of 49 billion in 2020 down from more than 88 billion in 2019. Support responsibly Life like identity theft protection. Taxi's gonna be a big headache of identity of stealing personal info from your tax forms. Lifelock helps protect, monitor and restore your identity

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Sign at Denton restaurant threatens to charge $50 ‘if I have to explain why masks are mandatory’

Charlie Parker

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Sign at Denton restaurant threatens to charge $50 ‘if I have to explain why masks are mandatory’

"Owners of a dent in diner are letting their customers know they'd better be prepared to put their money where their mask is a pink sign on the front door of Legends Diner explains what it calls our new surcharge. $50. If I have to explain why mass are mandatory and $75 if I have to hear you disagree.

California university offers to pay would-be spring breakers $75 not to travel

Common Sense with Bill O'Reilly

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

California university offers to pay would-be spring breakers $75 not to travel

"Real quick. California University offers to pay would be spring breakers $75 to not travel out of town and that's students at the university, California corn chips Take two secured university, California Davis can earn a $75 grant if they agree to stay in town for

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Paint it out boxing and creativity with Robyn Spodek-Schindler

Creative Therapy Umbrella

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Paint it out boxing and creativity with Robyn Spodek-Schindler

"Okay ravin. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you. I'm so happy to be here so lovely to have you. Thank you again for coming on. And i'm really excited to dive into a lot of the topics we can cover today absolutely. I'm excited as well. I think this'll be great. Yes yes well. I wonder if you can tell us. A little bit about your. What kind of drew you to work with children. So that's a really great question. And i love when people ask me because it kind of leaves into how i found art therapy to I basically grew up working with kids. I was one of those people who was sitting a camp counselor. I'm the youngest in my family. So i never had little brothers or sisters to take care of but i just gravitated towards it and other areas of my life and when i was probably an elementary school. I made it very clear. I wanted to be a pediatrician. I wanted to be a doctor. Helps take care of the kid. And let's fast forward a little into college where i was speaking in organic chemistry. You get on that pre med track. I just could not it was. It was killing me in every sense of the word and i was crushed because it was like my dream so i had no idea. How am i going to work with. Kids didn't want to be a teacher. Like i knew. I had options. But i wasn't really sure and i always been in artistic percent and i've always loved doing art and my sister one of my sisters said to me. You know i heard about this. You know feel up and coming field. And i thought you should look into it and when i looked into art therapy and i realize that i still care for kids do it in. That's really amazing. Creative way i mean. My mind was blown. Because i combined everything that i loved here. I wanna help kids. I wanna help kids feel better. I love doing our. I love working with families. I love the interest of mental health. This just all really kind of came together in a wonderful way for me and it became my calling so i knew almost instantly. This is how. I'm going to help kit. This is how i'm going to do it. And i just followed through from there and it was pretty amazing yet. That is fantastic. And like what an you know to. It's so painful. Realize something like that when you have that dream and it's like wait a second. This isn't this doesn't feel right. Like i in organic chemistry or biology and then but then out of that you know coming to this like really beautiful thing where you can serve in the way that you've always felt like you wanted to write. It really makes you believe in everything happens for a reason. And that's a very big part of what i believe in and so at the moment yes. I was definitely crossed and confused. Because i knew i wanted to help kids and i knew i wanted to work with them. I didn't realize there were so many other capacty that and when this fell into my last so to speak it was it was just instantaneous. I was sold. I knew that this was what i wanted to do. And now even currently. I mean i love working with kids. And what their families and people always ask me. Do you ever see yourself working with adults. And it's not that. I like working with adults because i do. My main goal really is to help kids. That's just what i see for myself.

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Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

Kinda Cute Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

"Salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing.

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Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

Kinda Cute Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

"It has been too long since we've talked about hilaria baldwin aka fake spanish. Mom married to alec baldwin. Really i stand by being being my favorite pop. Culture story of twenty twenty just brought me so much joy now. I am so shocked. That salma hayek actually commented on this. So salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing. Well first off. I had to say she is really right about spanish. People being cool. I wish i had been born as a spanish person. I love spain. Really i mean again. I'm like choose only been to like three cities in spain now. That sounds obnoxious. I was gonna make well. I'm that but she's only been like barcelona and then i'm like wait. I've been to madrid and sons. Boss john too. I can't just. I just i've been a visa to fuck i sound. I sound awful okay. I love spain period. If i ever do get married. Or if i just throw myself and elaborate party which i am prone to do It will be in spain. Everyone likes talk about italy in a little italy leading. No spain where it's for me. It's my favorite country. So bottom line. Salma hayek is right spanish people or coal period

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University Of Chicago Receives $75 Million Gift For School Of Social Work

John Williams

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

University Of Chicago Receives $75 Million Gift For School Of Social Work

"The University of Chicago Socials work school is receiving a $75 million donation from investment magnets James and Paul, a crown University called the donation, the largest ever in support of the school of Social Work Graduate school will be renamed the ground Family School of social Work policy and practice.

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"$75" Discussed on V103

V103

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on V103

"Skills receive a $75 sponsored job credit when you upgrade your job post at indeed dot com slash credit terms and conditions apply. Chicago weather Mostly sunny and very cold high. 24 currently is 12 degrees. That's what's happening. I'm Perry Williams back with another update and 30 minutes on the Steve Harvey Morning show on the one or three Ladies and gentlemen, let me have it. I need your undivided attention. Please. This is too Steve Harvey. Morning Show Best Best morning Show on Planet Earth. I would say I would. I would, I would say,.

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A Conversation With James Fox

Walking the Shadowlands

04:45 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With James Fox

"James thank you very much for joining us today. From you on the show we could stop with you telling us about how you got into documentary filmmaking and specifically how you got into the erie of few documentaries that would take us back to the early. Nineteen nineties where. I had a father who was paralyzed from the neck down with multiple sclerosis and he was a writer and in. So i've been traveling. He was a fantastic to larry's driven ambitious intelligent witty. Great fun guy. We traveled the world together. I was his legs. Is schommer is secretaries nurse. With a lot of fun. We interviewed. Stephen hawking we interviewed race cartilage legend. Dan gurney traveled to formula one races down in mexico city. I mean we did some really cool stuff and my my father was a brilliant writer. I was always amazed at how could put words together and So good at it. Got such a skill and i had picked up probably in the late eighties very early. Ninety certainly the late eighties early nineties. A video camera from a friend of mine. And i was so a amazed at the technology of steve instant. The did was take back then. But the instant playback it's like you know it was amazing. It was a real novelty back then and and what a great tool it was for documenting things and so i started doing video production. You know probably my very early twenties and Probably i dunno. I want to say when i was around. Twenty three twenty four a very good high school friend of mine. One of my best friends. One of my best mates we We bought a car length. We flew to europe from america. We bought a car in london. And we drove this old fiat. One thirty one doors read two hundred pounds for it. We drove it all the way to added justin not just had a hell of a of adventure together and car did make it out four gold back but he was a good friend of sky rene and he started to tell me back back in the us About ufo's in one of my best friends honestly and i had. He didn't talk to me about highschool but he talked about it later in early twenties tonight. I thought he'd lost mind. I really did talking about roswell. You take your you haven't heard about roswell and i just thought well it's been a good friend and i'm gonna have to write him off. He's lost his mind and I was telling the story to a a mentor apprentice. Video production house in san francisco Ellison horn productions have been like this in this guy. Richard van sickle was was one of the senior people at the production house. The brilliant guy. I really looked up to him. And i just one day told him all. You're not gonna believe really good friend of mine is tell me about your phone and then about how you crashed and aliens were recovered in roswell back in the forties. Got my poor friend. He's lost his mind and Richard turns me and he says no. You heard about that. I said haven't heard. But no i haven't heard fully happened. He said they actually admitted that it happened. And i thought well hang on a minute. richard. Somebody i look up to and i respect and very intelligent. He runs his video production company. And i thought well if richard thinks that happened. Maybe i should take a closer look. And so i did. And i went to a couple of conferences and i Befriended some military guys basically exchanged offered an exchange of of documenting them and making you know Making their interviews available to the public and documenting presentations and things of that nature in in exchange. They kind of brought me into their world. Bit and then I think when i was twenty four maybe twenty five. I said hey. I'm a documentary on your phones. And i was amazed at how not unsupportive. My father was because my father was

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"$75" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on WTOP

"A $75 credit for your first job. Post terms and conditions apply. It's 10, 48 traffic and weather on the H and when it breaks It's good to Steve Dresner in the traffic center in Maryland on the North bound side of I 2 70 right before exiting a Earth. The exit for route 80 exit 26 her Banham report of a truck fire a while ago. It's off to the right side, and we do have response heading to the scene again. The North bound side of I 2 70 Miller's Phil area North found 97 right near Ben Feel Boulevard Single Lane does get you by the crash collar confirms we still have the closure. In place in Silver Spring, New Hampshire Avenue and Elton Road. The lanes remain blocked in each direction for the ongoing crash investigation. Over in Virginia Arlington area less for report Dealing with the crash North bound 3 95 right before X CITY Darlington Ridge Road two left lanes are blocked and South Bend on the GW Parkway. Right before you get to the memorial Bridge accident activity currently blocks the right lane road work setting up were set up. Rather, we do have causing delays in both directions on I 66 the eastbound side afterward. 50 single right? Language by then, between Nutley Street and 1 23 single right Lane does get you by a swell with delays. Steve Dresner. W T o P. Traffic from Team 44 Day forecast in Mike's 10 officials move out fairly quickly. Tonight. All this will be dry by midnight overnights and partial clearing behind the cold front. Lows will be in the mid to upper thirties. Good morning sunshine on.

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Unauthorized use of the Low Bridge will result in a $75 fine in Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Unauthorized use of the Low Bridge will result in a $75 fine in Seattle

"Was the first day of photo enforcement for the West Seattle Low Bridge with the high rise bridge closed for safety reasons. The city wants to keep the low bridge cleared for emergency vehicles, Busses and heavy freight. As of now, if you're caught driving on the low bridge between 5 A.m. and nine PM any day of the week, you could get a ticket for $75 in the mail.

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"$75" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You're $75 credit for your first posted indeed dot com slash credit. Terms and conditions apply Rob tackling some of the busiest traffic on the threes. Analogic the board a WBZ AccuWeather forecast be a mild day today. Highs reaching the mid fifties to 60 degrees sunshine, mixing with some clouds tonight 34 degrees downtown, dropping to the upper twenties for the inland suburbs. Little chillier tomorrow afternoon highs, reaching just 46 degrees. A mix of sun and clouds Monday to be breezy with Cem. Rain and drizzle. But that hi's gonna bump up once again a little bit of a roller coaster ride the high back down on Tuesday to 42 degrees, mostly sunny and chilly, and let's look ahead to the holiday rain likely to return late Wednesday or Wednesday night. And right now, rain is possible on Thanksgiving Day. All right, let's check the region right now. 48 in Abington 49 in Jamaica Plain. Farther north National New Manchuria, 39 degrees and in the city of Boston. We have Partly cloudy skies, 49 degrees Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Good Saturday morning. It is October 21st. Thanks so much for waking up with us. I'm Sherry Small. And now here, the five things you need to know. At 5 46 State police on the scene right now in high anise surrounding an apartment complex after a state trooper has reportedly been shot..

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"$75" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"$75" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You're $75 credit for your first post at indeed dot com slash credit terms and conditions apply. My King. W B. C's traffic on the threes Looking at the four day forecast, Thank you. Others, John Feerick says it's going to turn out mostly cloudy tonight A little rain late on down to 45 tomorrow cloudy with a little bit of rain and drizzle High 55 tomorrow night's going to be cloudy and damp, low. 49 Tuesday cloudy and chili. A shower or some drizzle can't be ruled out high 53 Wednesdays partly sunny with a high of 52 looking ahead rain likely for Thursday, and it could linger into Friday right now. It is 48 degrees in Gloucester, 51. Randolph 49. Mostly cloudy in Boston to 15 local and fiercely independent, This's W. B C news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Madison Rogers here. The five things you need to know. At 2 15 Thie president is in New Hampshire today for a rally at Manchester, Boston. Regional airports sick with us for live updates from the ground. A New Jersey man arraigned in Boston after police say he tried to steal a car by threatening the owner with a razor blade. New Hampshire youth hockey teams will hit the ice once again after a covert outbreak like blood to a two week pause in the activity. In Rhode Island, Providence Police are looking for a man they say Soul, a car with a two month old baby sitting in the back seat. We get the latest now on the confirmation of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court Thie Senate's voted to limit debate time in an effort to quash.

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"$75" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"$75" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Even give you a $75 credit for your first job post at indeed dot com slash high impact terms and conditions apply. Tonight's forecast emptied cloudy with a well of 69 degrees. Body showers Get chance of rain tomorrow high of 77 periods of heavy rain. Also some heavier rain forecast on Thursday on your side first word Chief meteorologist J. P. Dies on news Radio 1055 w E. R. C Right Now It's 78 degrees at Birmingham's news, traffic and Weather Station. He was radio 1055 w E. R C Oh, Bill Mayor Sandy Stimpson says there is ready as they can be for Hurricane Sally. Impression right now is that Dutch citizens are listening. They're taken preparations were prepared for first responders standpoint. So we feel as good as you could possibly feel at this stage of a storm. National Weather Service meteorologist John the Block, joining the governor at the Hurricane Sally Press conference today. Block says Pinpointing landfall has been challenging as of 10 o'clock, Sally was about 110 miles south of Mobile. Drifting to the north at the speed of a child in a candy shop about 2 to 3 MPH, and that's going to take a while to get to the coast. And we're looking at about tomorrow morning now, little bit later than we have been talking about earlier. He says massive flooding and storm surge are on the way. Record flooding is very well possible in the mobile in Baldwin County areas. 10 to 15 inches of rainfall locally higher amounts. And after that, it will be on the Montgomery as Sally comes up. I 65 towards Montgomery during the day Wednesday and into Wednesday night, we can see upwards of 8 to 10 inches of rain approaching the Montgomery area. Which is again going Tio lead us to a threat for flash flooding Also river flooding along the Alabama rivers, the Tallapoosa rivers, possibly by the end of the week. Oven arrive. E advising residents ahead of the hurricane urge everyone To evacuate. If you're living in low lying areas or near the Gulf, Moby obey or even revolve conditions permit. And the state confirming more than 500. New Corona virus cases along with 32 more deaths. Hospitalizations air below 800 lowest level since June. I'm Jim. Parity. You're next news at six are Michael Berry in three minutes on Birmingham's news, traffic and weather station NEWS Radio 1055 w E. R C The Corona virus. Operation works may have all the data with dangerous Hurricane Hurricane Sally approaches the Gulf Coast through the election, and you can follow me. The hotel Birmingham turns toe one radio station more than any other for local and national breaking news that matter, Sally is shaping up to be a very dangerous storm playing Alabama's most listened to station for news, weather and traffic and you play a critical role. This is news radio 105 at your local level soul we are see. I'm John Morgan of Morgan and Morgan. Some people say bigger is better when it comes to buying a home, a TV or an ice cream sundae. Wouldn't you rather go.

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"$75" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"$75" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Even give you a $75 credit for your first job post that indeed dot com slash high impact terms and conditions apply. Thiss have sponsored by the Auto Club of Southern California a sig alert on the South bound side of the six of five freeway just past the 60. You only have the carpal and left lane to get by cruise or cleaning up after a crash with a gravel truck there, so the drivers jammed up coming away from lower Azusa found 605 going down from Beverly over 22 60. Westbound 60 is solid from Azusa over towards the 605 And westbound side. The tennis now backed up from Jesus over towards the 65 and unfortunately there's an accident that's blocking lanes right before you make that transition to the six if I That's adding to that, Dr. Your best bet is to avoid it altogether. Take the 7 10 Freeway South bound. That looks good right now is you leave l. A Good downside. The 7 10 just before he gets a slots, and there is a cell car that's blocking the left lane. Traffic is slowing down and you come up on that. And then it's going to stay busy over to the five minutes better headed to Alhambra and South bound side of the 14 Freeway Placerita Canyon Newhall Avenue. They do have the right lane blocked up because an earlier fire please be works out alert through that stretch. Do not drive through the cones. The drive is heavy. They're from sand canyon over towards Newhall. Do you know the auto club offers competitive rates on auto insurance, go to Tripoli dot com slash insurance for free quote today and find out how much you could save insurance through the auto club visit dot com slash insurance today that your traffic I'm Tony Jordan with Valentine in the morning at 43 my time in the morning Hollywood headlines. Chip and Joanna gains New network Magnolia Network will launch next year and they're doing basically a reboot of fixer.

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"$75" Discussed on Beyond 8 Figures

Beyond 8 Figures

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"$75" Discussed on Beyond 8 Figures

"Get it. So can you share what the revenue was at the Exit? And then how was the multiple or the val you figured? Did you have to stay on for a period of time? So just take us through the the exit specifically yeah so that exit Really all of my exits. And it's something I talk about a lot today. I've never sold a company on financial multiple and so every company I've ever sold has been based on some strategic value that we have been able to articulate or argue that there's a lot of value created our companies now some of them have reached eight figures and revenue and so the multiple. If you did it would be reasonable. But that company we were probably at about two million in revenue a big portion of that was re occurring In it was a stock and cash deal in a company that was about to go public They had already filed arrest once we and we had. We ended up having three offers on the company. And we chose this company. Because of the pending. Ipo which we believe. Would you know significantly enhance the value known and effectively? What they were interested in buying. Was You know they wanted the team? They wanted us to run kind of a regional office for them but a lot of it was our client base where they knew they could with more resources. Sell much deeper into these companies. So they were doing you know analysis in always tell people now is basically selling the future of. What's possible with if you own these clients in my team but you take away. The small business challenge that we had You know what's possible? And they were very much seeing the potential with our customer base in our team so we sold it in. May of ninety eight. I stayed on almost exactly a year. The company went public in June of ninety nine. I resigned the day after the IPO. So we're zero. A was there a period of time that you had to hold it or you know the traditional Mica period. Yeah Yeah there was. There was a stock lockup on the backside of the IPO in But I was so excited about my next company and I and I you know it was. It was my money. It was owned. The shares. I had the cash I did. Leave a fair amount of stock options on the table. When I left the company it was. I don't know seven figures a stock options but I had already in my mind made up again. I'm in my early twenties. I made millions of dollars. I thought Gosh this is. This is life changing Checked off a couple of the bucket lists bought. The House bought the cars. I wanted and And I started my next company which I was incredibly excited about. Never looked back that that stock got annihilated In the DOT COM crash. I was still sitting on a lot of Public equities in the tech space and just melted millions very quickly. I learned that lesson early. Yeah Yeah I am I'd love to speak to the whole conversation around selling without a multiple but I also don't want to hog the Mike here so Mary rich anything. You want to run by MAC before I circle back to that. I have a couple. Yeah I just WANNA flash back to this concept of are using Knowledge About Gardening Lot and surfing a lot or just sports in general This is a lot. I'm talk now about first-mover advantage sometimes first-mover advantage get arrows in your back and sometimes you end up getting acquired and you're able to Sell and not have to use the multiple same way by looking at the future value. Because the whole reason you were success was you believed in you went in there. I and now all of a sudden everyone's starting to see. Oh every coming online. They're going to need more think they're Gonna. We're GONNA need to build this. These people are already trained at it. So just in these markets win these big swings. These Crashes Happen. Something new always rises out. It's just whether we both saw enough patterns in the past to know which ones are going to rise out of the ashes in the next one and also there is. I just can't say there's there's some element of luck to right there really is. You could have made the wrong higher with that first guy and you know So but my question specifically is I know I've looked in and watch some of your Scale with freedom and I know you're really trying to help these startups. I haven't gotten super deep in there yet. I can't come back enough to. There's going to be people who are completely changed their business but to go back to that group that might not ever have that job again for the first time in the history of their life. They're thinking of being an entrepreneur and they can grow to eight figures but no matter what they can take care of their family. What are what are the first things that you saw in the in the world? Where what? What's the phrasing of he who's willing enabled he or she? Who's willing and able to spend the most to acquire a customer but wait the longest to collect. The check's GonNa win and whether it's Uber Net flicks and all this stuff. You know keeping your money in your business right. What do you say to those those people who into some some ways? I almost feel like they're in an advantage because they have nothing to lose and I I really. I really looked to kind of inspire some of those people that now is the time for them to try something that they've never tried before. But I also know a lot of those might not want to go for the eight figures but I wanna take your experience by doing it. So many times that even if they got a percentage of their success their whole life could change so go ahead. No I was going to say so. What what would you say to someone like that? With your knowledge on what they should really focus on a market that already knows. There's a problem in jump into that. Their passion like you did with soccer or something they might seek them in the future. Kind of loops. Sorry one of those three things. Yeah really really good question and I one hundred percent agree with you that that you know now may be one of the best times you know look look for the neon signs in life and this is one for a lot of people that like. Hey if you ever thought about starting a company here's your neon sign. Go do it kind of thing So I agree with the timing and I actually consider it. I think Steve said this earlier. I mean you don't want to say your you know Getti- about things when people are struggling and suffering but I am. I'm actually close to Giddy about like the opportunities that are going out right now so so at a high level I would say the mistake I see most I call them young not in age but like I found early founders making is not focusing on the market I and so my first company the one thing I did in that company decided until myself I would never do again is have a sales challenge as one of the issues I never wanted to have to sell the market again. I wanted to sell the market. Something they already wanted to buy and a perfect world that would be also shared with me as a consumer because if. I'm excited about something and I want it for myself and I knew that there are other people that wanted it. This is a great opportunity so what I tend to tell people is I think is very true right now. If you have an idea whether you're passionate about it or not you need to test the market is there. Demand in is that demand in the form of cash. There are a lot of people will say. Hey that's a great idea. Steve Richard. I love what you're thinking but until they write you a check to buy that thing there's no company in so I see a lot of people get literally in my inbox every day of my life. Now where people are like. I got a great idea. I need to raise money. Namic get after it. I'm like you got the whole process wrong. You raise money to turn up the volume on something. That's already working. The market tells you if it's working or not so sort of long answer shorn. I would say to anybody now is take your idea. Tested with a few friends tested with the right kind of You who you think the buyers would be and make sure that if you can get to a minimum viable product or whatever you WANNA call it. That someone's willing to pay for that thing the minute that validates. I'm all in. I believe you're onto something in just figuring out how to scale it how to navigate things like that so that's how I think about it and typically recommend people do it. Yes great thanks point. We'll take Mary anything to add before I circle back to something that makes it earlier. Yes I wanted to bounce this idea. Automatic. I've learned as an entrepreneur for thirty years that if I embarked on a project and I totally believe let the market tell you what it wants and what it will pay for that right. Because I've been real estate and I always tell me sellers. I can give you an idea based on calms but the market's GonNa tell you right. Okay so going back to creative ideas. I've learned that I'm starting to flesh out an idea on do some research if my energy level is overwhelmed heavy Bogging me down. I'm on the wrong project for me. I have to be like I'm working on right now that I am just flying through writing some courses and e books and I'm just flying through the content. It's like it's a can't get out of me fast enough that I'm Energi is wild. I'm doing an after I finished. So have you any comments about that relative to the businesses that you've started and then maybe what helped you decide to exit? Yeah that's A. That's a really good Kind of vein. I I would say I use that as a personal barometer something. My Mentor said to me. Many many years ago is you should spend time on things with people that give you energy. And that's kind of personal barometer if I walk out of a meeting with someone and I'm tired and WANNA lay down. It's like probably not someone I'm GonNa be with again. And so Mac what people do and I. I learned the hard way. Oh I just have to stick it out. It can't be that he's eat you know. I've learned to trust my instincts if I'm like you said in a meeting with someone and I'm like Whoa. This is this is not feeling light energetic ability late in etc so I'm so glad to hear you say that because I think it really comes down to trusting yourself dressing up. I think there's a. There's a huge fundamental difference between Something that gives you energy and something. That's easy they may or may not be the same thing you know and so and I'll give you the sixty second example. One like my favorite in hindsight my favorite startup was really my second company soccer related to your energy point. I literally almost couldn't sleep because I was so excited to work the next day and I was literally just happy about every second of that Because of the subject matter it was a really hard business in a lot of ways we had a great outcome but like the funny thing is I look back on it and say it's it's my favorite. It's the only time in my business life. I kept a journal so now I can go back and read this journal and the day to day entries are hilarious. It's like I need to go the doctor. I'm so sick I don't have time. I'm so stressed out. I'm like wait a minute. I thought it was having fun. No there was really hard moments but I was so passionate about what we were doing. In the outcome I wanted to create that I just sort of kept going. Even though there was definitely a lot of it wasn't easy it was not easy at all and so I think that there probably is some part of the mindset. If you're working on something that you really believe in you really passionate about then it will help you through those. What are inevitable lulls? Whether they're the market gifts like Black Swan events were living now or they're just the day to day dealing with employees and you know investors and the challenge of business Yeah Yeah it's and we're going to have to let you jump here soon enough. Love to have you all day man but we'll let you jump here soon enough. One thing I did want to circle back on a real quick here is the whole notion of being able to exit without multiples right or exit without What most would call sort of commonplace valuations right? I mean in terms of how typically companies look at what they will value business ad in order to acquire it it. It is interesting so.

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"$75" Discussed on Nonprofit Everything

Nonprofit Everything

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"$75" Discussed on Nonprofit Everything

"I think that's one the second one is that the rules for nonprofits are different from the the accounting rules finance rules for nonprofits different from the accounting rules and finance rules for four prophets there there are some very specific things that are different <hes> one of which is that that that money can't be paid out a particular way when when a donor gives you organization money that money has to be used for the mission and and their specific rules about what that means like so you can't you can't do certain things you can't get into these weird conflict of interest situations with your board and that's what causes an awful lot of friction and a lot of nonprofits. It's like what are the rules about that so recognizing that the what you may know from your previous job as whatever at a for profit like some of those rules are just not going to apply and you're going to have to open your brain ran a little bit and say okay explain to me why this is different here. I explained to me why we can't do that this way here and then the other thing that i think the probably the third most important horton thing has to do with like recognizing what's important to track and what's important to to look at from the nonprofit nonprofits perspective versus. This is a for profit perspective or something that you've may have brought from someplace else so <hes> just pound for pound. If you compare a non provident of for profit to to each other if they're exactly the same they make the same amount of money they have the same number employee's the nonprofit is going to be ten times more complicated just because the rules are harder like nonprofits way harder from a business perspective which if i could like drill that into every board members head like even though the seems easy to you it's actually ten times better than whatever stupid it is so so so cool off wow i ended up anger and frustration and conflict the that sense so off topic fake that sense of like well you know if you were smart. You wouldn't have gone into the nonprofit sector right known how to run a business. Let me talk to you. What was the sale like it needs to be more indoor..

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