38 Burst results for "28 Year Old"

Who Is Charlie Kirk?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | Last month

Who Is Charlie Kirk?

"Here, believe it or not, because not everybody has access to all the awesome videos and content that you're producing. But who is Charlie Kirk? Who are you? And how in the world did you get to the point where you're at at 28 years old? It depends who you ask, I guess. There's a couple of different answers to that. First of all, I gave my life to the lord in 5th grade, most important decision. I made in my life. I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. So in the state of Illinois, now I'm going to have to now hear my Illinois deal. You guys all know this. You see in Illinois, we have term limits, a little different than most states, one term in office, one term in jail. See? You guys get it. They get it, Missouri. I'll tell you what. All right, how about see when we ask for our governor's cell number? So born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Started this whole effort to try to save America and save western civilization. When I was 18 years old, I'm wanted to get into West Point, didn't get in. It was the best thing that never happened to me. God has a plan for all of us. And I thought I knew what I was doing, and I didn't. And so I started this effort with no money, no connections, no idea what I was doing. When I was 18 years old in the suburbs of Chicago, and I felt a need, a deep urge that the people of this nation needed to wake up, especially students in young people. I felt that we were given this incredible constitutional republic, and we were making decisions. Self inflicted decisions to turn this country away from righteousness and towards decay and despair. And again, it was a clumsy first couple of years starting at turning point USA at some amazing support along the way. The lord really had his hand on this organization and has had his hand on this organization all along and ten years later. We are now the nation's premier organization for young people, pursuing and defending American values on high school and college campuses across the country.

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Fresh update on "28 year old" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:56 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "28 year old" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"And one nothing meet over the hurricanes coming up in about an hour the puck will drop in Calgary as a flames are hosting the Edmonton Oilers Major League Baseball scoreboard local teams in action heading to the bottom of the 8th inning Boston 5 Houston one bottom 5 Washington Miami all tied up at three Bottom of the 6th the Yankees behind Garrett Cole shutting out Baltimore three to nothing bottom of the fourth Saint Louis Cardinals and the New York mets all tied up at two earlier San Francisco falling to Colorado 5 to three Minnesota all over the Oakland a's that was 14 to four Big game right there in terms of the score Free agent cornerback James bradberry has agreed to one year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles the 28 year old is guaranteed to make 7 and a half $1 million next season and could possibly earn two and a half million more Bradbury was released by the Giants after two years due to his salary cap number I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Juliette Thank you so much Dan Coming up we're going to chat to William Lee chief economist at milken institute from D.C. bill will tell us his views on what we are seeing in this market sell off We woke up here in Asia to news that the S&P 500 had a 4% slump the biggest daily drop in almost two years and we saw a more than 5% tumble in the tech heavy NASDAQ That's flowing through as you would expect into the Asian session Japan's nikkei two two 5 is down by 2.3% in early Tokyo trade And we're seeing losses of around one and a half to 2% on the other markets that are open no surprise bonds are big you've got the yield on Australia's ten year note down by 11 basis points to 3.34%.

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"28 year old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:57 min | Last month

"28 year old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Russian invasion of Ukraine A Minnesota man is no longer being detained by Russian forces while in Ukraine On Friday senator Amy Klobuchar announced Tyler Jacob was released after ten days The 28 year old who was living in Ukraine was trying to flee when he was taken Klobuchar said Jacob has since been reunited with his wife and daughter and is safe And the House majority leader says the house will be ready to pass more aid for Ukraine as needed Brian shook has the very latest In a letter to members Maryland Democrats steny Hoyer said the house will also be ready to act if the Senate approves a new COVID relief bill a recent effort to pass a new COVID Bill fell apart in a last minute dispute over how to pay for it meantime Hoyer said the house will soon consider a bill decriminalizing marijuana at the federal level I'm Brian shook And that's the very latest I'm Jim Forbes Now this Bloomberg sports update the Saint Peter's peacocks are flying to the elite 8 the 15th seeded peacocks defeated third seed produced 67 64 in the sweet 16 in Philadelphia becoming the first 15 seed to advance to the elite 8 and NCAA tournament history Darrell banks the third led the peacock of 14 points clarence Rupert chipped in with 11 and Saint Peter's guard Matthew Lee talks about why the team succeeds in close games Coach has been preaching a pretty nice to make sure we lock in all the time in school and no one's going on in the game We've been at least in these predicaments the whole season close games coming up to the end Saint Peter's will play the North Carolina tar heels on Sunday for the east region championship and a birth in the final four the tar heels defeated UCLA 73 66 In the Midwest Kansas advances to the elite 8 with a 66 61 win over Providence and it was Miami 70 Iowa state 56 At a possible first round postseason preview the ranger struck early and often against Pittsburgh and scoring three first period goals on the way to a 5 to one win over the penguins But rangers just one point behind Pittsburgh and the standings that won four of their last 6 Chris kreider scored twice Micah sabana had three assists at Igor shus durkin May 20 saves Emmanuel quickly scored 20 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter leading a huge comeback that carried the next pass the reeling Miami Heat one 11 to one O three RJ Barrett scored 18 points for the next who trailed by 17 points with 11 minutes left before closing on a 38 to 13 run and handing Miami a third consecutive loss Preseason baseball Kyle lagasse hit two home runs and drove in three runs as the Yankees lose to the Phillies 6 to 5 Marwin Gonzalez also drove in a run with a 5th inning single The Yankees two and 5 now in the pre season the mets lost to the Astros two to one falling to three and three in grapefruit league action With a Bloomberg sports update I'm Tom Rogers.

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Fresh "28 Year Old" from The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:34 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "28 Year Old" from The Dan Bongino Show

"So looking at a huge market slide today with the jail plummeting news is next but first the weather channel forecasts rain throughout the day Low to mid 60s we're keeping it for a high tonight low 55 tomorrow makes the sun in clouds high 87 We're 53 at O'Hare 58 midway 54 at the lakefront U.S. stock swoon is target woes for new inflation fears It comes a day after Walmart signed inflation for its own weak results in gas prices are up again the Dow down right now 1010 points The NASDAQ's down 5 12 the S&P is down one 45 Ghost guns are now illegal in Illinois the governor signed it into law today Chicago policing a big jump in usage of ghost guns were the first Midwest state to do so Bond was set at $10,000 for the mom whose child brought a gun to the Disney magnet school on Chicago's north side yesterday 28 year old Tatiana Kelly was post $1000 to get out Police say her 8 year old son reportedly took her 9 millimeter Glock semi-automatic handgun from under her bed putting his backpack and brought it to school It accidentally went off in a 7 year old student suffered a graze wound and is a good condition And Cook County officials launching a pilot guaranteed income program that will send monthly payments to more than 3000 residents in the amount of $500 a month for two years Applications open in the fall adults are eligible if their income is at or below 250% of the federal poverty line and they can take part in any other similar program selections will be made by lottery and it's all funded by the American rescue act WLS news time one 31 To the roads we go It's been a busy day out there and let's see our travel times Down Kennedy will head to the burn as close to an hour due to all this construction.

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What Advice Would Eric Give His 28-Year-Old Self?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:22 min | 2 months ago

What Advice Would Eric Give His 28-Year-Old Self?

"What advice would you give your 28 year old self? Get a haircut. Yeah. What advice would I give my 28 year old self? That's a good question. Yeah. I struggled a lot with health issues in my 30s and 40s. And it was very hard. And I think I always would want to give myself the advice that the scripture gives us, you need to know that God is real and he's with you. And when the scripture says be anxious for nothing, but in all things, by prayer and supplication with Thanksgiving make your quest not to go. God is trying to do us is trying to bless us. And he's trying to say, listen, I know the big picture you don't. So I see the future I see things, and I'm telling you, trust me, do not be anxious. Do not fret. No that I am with you. No that I have a plan for you. I could go on and on and on. But that really, I can't stress enough that taking the Bible seriously and taking the promises of God seriously, God won't force you to do that. But if you don't do that, you will suffer a lot more than he wants you to.

Fresh "28 Year Old" from The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:34 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "28 Year Old" from The Dan Bongino Show

"Dim retail sales mom faces charges after gun goes off at the Disney magnet school news is next but first the weather channel forecasts rain throughout the day high 68 tonight low 55 to mom makes a sun in clouds high of 87 where 54 O'Hare 56 midway 54 at the lakefront A 7 year old student suffered a graze wound after a gun went off at the Disney magnet school on Chicago's north side yesterday police say it accidentally discharged in a backpack inside a classroom The student is in good condition but parents are feeling very anxious My son is 7 two so it's like it's very worth some How did a kid get a gun in his backpack A mother of a classmate who brought the gun to school is charged with three misdemeanor counts of child endangerment 28 year old Tatiana Kelly will be in court today Another hiking gas prices overnight by four cents That brings the national average to four 56 a gallon It's four 91 in Illinois over $5 in Chicago retail sales slumping today the Dow at one point was down 8 65 Now it's down 8 61 NASDAQ down four 50 S&P is down 129 points Thereby less news time is one 31 All right let's turn the roads We got him to travel times out there on this sort of yucky weather day Looks like we are inbound Can we hear the Bernie's 34 and we are 33 on the outbound Down Eisenhower root three on the old post office 44 slow between north and the tri state western and the.

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Ask Metaxas: What Advice Would You Give Your 28-Year-Old Self?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Ask Metaxas: What Advice Would You Give Your 28-Year-Old Self?

"Okay. What advice would you give your 28 year old self? Get a haircut. Yeah. What advice would I give my 28 year old self? That's a good question. Yeah. I struggled a lot with health issues in my 30s and 40s. And it was very hard. And I think I always would want to give myself the advice that the scripture gives us, you need to know that God is real and he's with you. And when the scripture says be anxious for nothing, but in all things, by prayer and supplication with Thanksgiving make your quest not to go. God is trying to do us is trying to bless us. And he's trying to say, listen, I know the big picture you don't. So I see the future I see things, and I'm telling you, trust me, do not be anxious. Do not fret. No that I am with you. No that I have a plan for you. I could go on and on and on. But that really, I can't stress enough that taking the Bible seriously and taking the promises of God seriously, God won't force you to do that. But if you don't do that, you will suffer a lot more than he wants you to.

How Dwight Chapin Became Nixon's Trusted Aide

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 3 months ago

How Dwight Chapin Became Nixon's Trusted Aide

"His name is Dwight Chapin, who is Dwight Chapin. He has written a book. This is extraordinary. It's called the president's man. The memoirs of Nixon's trusted aid Dwight Japan, just an honor to have you in the studio. Thank you, Eric. It's great to be here. It's hard for me to believe because you don't seem old enough to have been Nixon's trusted aid, both of us were friends with chuck Coulson, who himself was young when he was Nixon's special counsel, or was he, yeah, special counsel to the pretzel. He was 39 or whatever. But you must have been practically a kid. How old were you? And when you say you were his trusted aide, and what capacity did you serve him? So people have a context of the book that you've written called the president's man. Well, I was 28 when he was inaugurated as president. And went into The White House. So my first years in The White House, I was our first year. I was 28 years old. But when he ran for governor back in 1962, after he lost to Jack Kennedy, he ran for governor in California, and I was 20 years old, and I was hired by the man that would become his chief of staff, bob haldeman. I was hired when I was 20 to be a field man in Southern California. So I had first met him when I was 20 years old.

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Why Is the Washington Post Obsessed With Attacking Charlie?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Why Is the Washington Post Obsessed With Attacking Charlie?

"We got a lot of problems in our country, but don't worry. The Washington Post, everybody around the case. They're on the case because they wrote a multi page article today about a thing that actually ended up not happening, but an idea that we had that almost potentially possibly could have happened around having people be able to go online for digital education. So this is what The Washington Post considers to be like breaking news. The story this morning, Charlie Kirk's turning point USA academy, not even what we call it, by the way, get the name right? If you're gonna slander me, just get the name right whatever. Had potential for $40 million in revenue by selling America first education potential partner suggested. So this was all just a potential deal that was going to come through. It ended up not happening. And it's an idea that we still have and we still are going to do. Around trying to empower parents be able to withdraw from public schools to effectively teach their children or their grandchildren their niece to their nephew around basic civics, non corrupted, uncorrupted, science, I should say, American education, almost none of which is happening. In our schools. It goes on to say that Charlie Kirk the 28 year old activist who boasts 1.7 million Twitter followers has championed former Donald Trump's basis claims that widespread fraud crossed costs in the election, and has scored demands for racial justice, or is that what we call it now? Called burning the entire country racial justice. Followed the 2020 murder of a black man at the hands of Minneapolis police calling George Floyd a scumbag. He was a scumbag. I stand by that. At least they caught me accurately. Here's the point, is that with all the problems in the country, why is it The Washington Post is dedicating multiple pages of an investigation into a school and online school that didn't even happen that we were going to do? And the answer is very clear. That we are really close to the target with the work we're doing at turning point USA, and we are going to pull this off. Make a mistake. We're going to figure

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Eric Describes the Funniest Story From His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:49 min | 7 months ago

Eric Describes the Funniest Story From His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

"There are a lot of funny stories in the book. And usually when I do interviews, I don't get to tell these stories. I've got a glance over the top. But you just asked me about one of my favorites. I mean, I can't tell you how much joy I just laugh every time I think about it. But this was the discovery in 1979 of what's called the silver ketef scrolls. And what that means is these are incredibly tiny silver scrolls that were so tiny they were worn as amulets. And they had the priestly blessing the ironic blessing where the priests would say the lord bless you and keep you the lord make his countenance to shine upon you and give you peace. I mean, this holy thing from the scripture of written in silver in really Proto hebraic because this is from 6 50 BC. Anyway, but how was it found? Yes. I, if you read books and archeology, it'll sort of tell you, oh, this was discovered here here by so and so and so and so I was okay. But somehow, in my research, because I have fun doing the research, I discovered this weird backstory. And the more I dug the funnier it became. Yeah. Okay, here's the story. The guy whose last name, oh gosh, what is it? It's Barack. I can never say his name. It's the book here. But anyway, it's not Jacobs. No, it's a 28 year old. It's a 28 year old guy studying archeology in a Tel Aviv, or Jerusalem. So he's a nobody. He's 6 years from his PhD, but he gets this idea in his head that below Saint Andrew's church outside just right at the outset skirts of Jerusalem. There are some old caves and burial caves, whatever. They've all, they looked like they've been excavated. There's nothing there, but he has a hunch that there's more to be found there. But he doesn't have any credibility or anything to get real archeological students to help him. So he has to be really humble and say, you know, I'll take anybody who can help me. Gabriel barques Gabriel bark, I think it's barkai, barkey. He has to go and this is like a joke. So archeology club, 12 and 13 year olds. They volunteer the kids, the kids can help you. So how'd you like 12 and 13 year olds annoying 12 and 13 year olds to help you on this big dig? So they do the dig, they find nothing. He's disappointed, and he says, well, you know what? At least to we've got a photograph, all these chambers, even though we found nothing, there was one kid that was so annoying to this barkai that barkey was like ripping his hair out and he says, I can't take another minute of this annoying 12 year old named Nathan. So here's what I'm going to do. All of these caves need to be photographed. The most distant one or one of the distant ones and over cave 25, he sends Nathan there, and he's really stern with him, like angry, like, hey, I've had enough out of you. I want you to clean that chamber. It's gonna be photographed. I want it to be so clean that your mother could use it as a kitchen. Like you really threatens the kid because this kid was very annoying. So Nathan trundles off to this distant place. And the joy, of course, is that it's far away, and we're not going to hear from this kid for two or three hours while he's doing what we do. But he takes a hammer with them, which is a weird thing, nobody knows. But the kid is so annoying that to go clean the cave, he just happens to hide a hammer on his person. And when he's bored in this sacred chamber, okay? There's nothing there. It's got a stone floor, whatever. He takes the hammer out. Nobody knows this, okay? He's all alone and starts smashing the floor with the hammer. Now this alone, I find it funny. The only reason he's there is because he was so annoying, they sent him as far away as possible. But if he wasn't annoying enough, he had a hammer with him and decides to use the hammer to smash the floor. The board Nathan smashes the floor with the hammer so hard that it cracks. It wasn't supposed to crack. And he finds a hidden chamber. He sticks his hand in the hidden chamber and is dragged into the bowels of hell itself. Just kidding. He puts his hand into hidden chamber and he pulls out some stuff, some like little ceramics. He now is like, hey, this is what I'm here for. I'm not here to clean. I found treasure. So he runs to barkai and tugs on his shirt. He's like, hey hey, look what I found. You could see bark. I could picture his hair standing on end, like what is going on? The annoying kid is back with some ancient treasure. So they run back to the place, barkai sees that, what do you assumed was an empty place was in fact hiding this stuff and the annoying kid was so annoying that he smashed the floor open or whatever. So he sends the kid home and they spend days now excavating the secret whole and they pull out treasure after treasure and the greatest treasure is what we described. And unbelievably tiny silver scroll so delicate that they couldn't unwrap it for three years. They didn't know how to have the technology without destroying it. But they could read the words inscribed in silver. Now if it's inscribed on anything but silver, it doesn't last. So the Dead Sea scrolls, which are amazingly old, they're not this old. This is even older. So this is the first extant writing from the Hebrew scriptures ever discovered thanks to the annoying 12 year old Nathan. He's probably in his mid 50s right now and he doesn't know. And when he's

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Man in Love Tries to Break Into Taylor Swift's Apartment

AM 970 The Answer Programming

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

Man in Love Tries to Break Into Taylor Swift's Apartment

"Man under arrest for trying to break into Taylor Swift's apartment in Tribeca Yesterday, Patrick Neeson allegedly entered the building through an unlocked door and around eight in the morning it was spotted by security officer Who called the cops? The 28 year old told police he is in love with the pop superstar. He's now facing second degree criminal trespassing charges.

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Romelu Lukaku Returns to Chelsea From Inter Milan

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Romelu Lukaku Returns to Chelsea From Inter Milan

"Move from Inter Milan to Chelsea is complete as a 28 year old striker heads to London for a transfer fee of €115 million Copy was with the Blues from 2011 to 2000 and 14, but only played in 10 matches while mostly being on loan to West Rahman Everton In two seasons in Syria. The Belgium International scored 64 goals in 95 matches. In all competitions.

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Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowler Frank Clark Arrested on Weapons Charge

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowler Frank Clark Arrested on Weapons Charge

"Is a former Seattle Seahawk is Dealing with some off field troubles. Kansas City defensive end Frank Clark pulled over Sunday night south of downtown Los Angeles for a vehicle violation, Police officers noticed a bag with an Uzi submachine gun sticking out. 28 year old Clark arrested on suspicion of having a concealed firearm. He is released on $35,000

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Daredevil Dies Attempting World-Record Motorcycle Jump

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Daredevil Dies Attempting World-Record Motorcycle Jump

"Falls short of the target. Almost Corwin Hank has more afraid of resident and stunt driver Alex Harville chose the Moses Lake Air Show. To attempt a Guinness world record breaking dirt bike jump More than a football field in length spectator Debbie Williams tells K. R E M She was watching as the 28 year old daredevil tried for a 351 ft jump. The next thing I know he went off with the ramp and he didn't make it to the hills back tire. Looks like he got caught. And then he flew through the air in his helmet came off. Losing the helmet may have cost Harville his life as the Kawasaki motorcycle crashed into the dirt just short of the target ramp. He was airlifted to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Harville leaves behind a wife and two young sons. Corwin Hike. KOMO NEWS The Tour de France creating a women's

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Walter Devron Hill Charged With Murder in Deaths of Gwinnett Brothers

Mornings on Maine Street

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Devron Hill Charged With Murder in Deaths of Gwinnett Brothers

"A suspect and the Gwinnett County jail with no bond and connection to a Lawrenceville double homicide earlier this year. WD US TERROR. Brawley has details. Manta Journal Constitution reports 28 year old Walter Devran Hill was arrested and charged Wednesday in the deaths of 28 year old Darius Miles and 21 Year old Christopher Smith. The two were reportedly shot to death as they were sleeping on March 28th their mother, Tyrion. Brown told the A. J. C that investigators secured enough evidence for hills arrest about two weeks ago. Authorities later located and arrested Hill into Cap

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"28 year old" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on KTRH

"Conroe 80 in Pasadena, 79. Mostly cloudy in Houston at the Ktrh top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center. Ktrh news time 10 01 Our top story well, Texas Democrats have blocked an election integrity bill from passing for now. State leaders vowing to bring it up in a special session, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick telling Fox News. The bill is not what critics claim it is. There's been so much misinformation about this bill about it being voter suppression. It's not. We simply want to stop some road counties like Harris County, where Houston is that's created 24 hour voting. It's against the law. They also had driving voting. It's against the law. We can't have one county running the other 253 counties, so we stopped that. Even a rabbit says he'll add election integrity is a priority item in a special session. Meantime, the governor is going to veto legislative pay, saying that lawmakers abandoned their responsibilities. Least are investigating a two year old girl's death in southwest Houston. The girl's parents took her to the hospital late last night, but hospital staff called police saying the girl had suspicious bruising on her body girl was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Investigators now awaiting an autopsy to determine the cause of death and decide to foul play was involved. June has arrived, and so is the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. Jeff Linder, the Harris County Flood Control District, gave the early forecast today on Houston's morning news. We're definitely looking at a act of hurricane season in the course you know everybody gets, you know, looking at the numbers this time of year, you know. Last year we had a record season 30 named storms. We have to be ready here right off the start in hurricane season in Texas because we do get June tropical storms and even hurricane landfalls here. Last year, with the busiest hurricane season on record, and this year's projected have 13 to 20 named storms. Ktrh news time 10 03 the financial markets back in action after a long weekend, we get the latest from Ktrh money man. Pat Shin. Stocks are trading mixed with good news on the economy offset by rising long term interest rates this morning. We got a look at the I s a manufacturing index coming in with a very strong reading 61.2. Remember any number above 50 indicates expansion in the manufacturing sector. Right now, the Dow is up 105 points. The S and P 500 is unchanged on the day the NASDAQ is down 56. Crude oil up more than $2 to 68 51 a barrel Astros now just a half game out of first place in the American League West. They go for the third straight win. Tonight. They host the Boston Red Sox at minute Maid pre game starts at six on Sports Talk, 7 90 You get the first pitch at 7 10 right here on Ktrh. Who's on demand at ktrh.

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Texas Man Arrested for Allegedly Planning Mass Shooting at Walmart

Del Walmsley

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Man Arrested for Allegedly Planning Mass Shooting at Walmart

"Walker. A man has been arrested in Texas accused of plotting to carry out a mass shooting at a WalMart Kerr County Investigators intercepted a message Thursday from 28 year old Coleman, Thomas Blevins. Indicating he was preparing to proceed

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Southwest Passenger Accused of Knocking Out Flight Attendant's Teeth

Phil's Gang

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Southwest Passenger Accused of Knocking Out Flight Attendant's Teeth

"Airlines is banning a passenger for unruly conduct. The woman is accused of punching a flight attendant in the face last weekend and incident that highlighted a recent increase in unruly passengers. The incident happened after a plane from Sacramento, California landed in San Diego on Sunday. San Diego Harbor police arrested 28 year old Vienna kid known is and charged her with felony battery, and she is now banned from Southwest flight attendant suffered serious injuries, losing two teeth.

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Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0

Bloomberg Law

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0

"A pitcher who grew up watching the San Diego Padres has pitched the team's first no hitter and the seasons as well, defeating the Texas Rangers three to nothing Friday night. Cliff Albert reports 28 year old Joe Must. Grove grew up in San Diego, watching the Padres play from the stands. He chased batting practice home runs at Qualcomm Stadium. And then cheered from his family season seats in right field at Petco Park. It took 52 seasons at 8206 games for a Padres pitcher to finally do something none had done before. Must Grove who played baseball it? Grossman High School in La Mesa, and the minor leagues had never thrown a no hitter before, even in Little League But now is a hometown kid. He's made

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5 indicted in series of connected slayings across Cincinnati

Eddie and Rocky

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

5 indicted in series of connected slayings across Cincinnati

"Announcing today that five people, including a 14, year old boy have been indicted in connection to a serious of killings across the Cincinnati area that are linked. Four people have been killed, three others wounded over a 19 day period. 21 year old Carl Godfrey 18 28 year old Jason Gray 30 year old Mario Gordon, 49, year old Thanh and ABN it and the 14 year old all being charged with aggravated murder, murder, Felonious assault in additional charges. Not recorded in an ABN it are being held at the county Justice Center. The teen is that the juvenile detention center grave, was arrested in Mississippi and will be extradited back to Hamilton County. The string of killings happening between January 21st in February 18th in Hamilton County most happening in Cincinnati. For 2000 to cover 19

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Victims identified in mass killing at Southern California business

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Victims identified in mass killing at Southern California business

"Investigators are releasing the names of victims of the Orange County massacre, police say 28 year old Genevieve Marie goes a 50 year old Louise Tovar, 58 year old. The TC, A soulless Guzman and nine year old Matthew Various were killed in Wednesday's shooting at an office complex on West Lincoln Avenue and Orange. The shooting suspect, Amini Dub. Gonzalez was shot in the head by police and remains at the hospital in critical

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Man Wanted For Murder After Body Found In Ellis County, SW Of Dallas

Chris Salcedo

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Man Wanted For Murder After Body Found In Ellis County, SW Of Dallas

"County has led to a warrant for the arrest of 28 year old threatened James Adams. Authorities found the victim after someone called the sheriff's department about the gruesome find. The body was identified by the medical examiner as Jordan von Hoffman of walks a hachi the cause of death listed as homicide. During the investigation, Ellis County sheriff's deputies found evidence linking Adams to the crime. Officials say he's driving a black 2011 Jeep compass with the Texas license plate in CG 9476. Anyone with information is asked to contact Police. Texas business Real

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Woman sexually assaulted, robbed in Lakeview, Chicago; man facing charges

WGN Programming

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Woman sexually assaulted, robbed in Lakeview, Chicago; man facing charges

"Chicago police say a Southwest side man has been charged with the sexual assault of a 29 year old woman in Lakeview Sunday, police say 28 year old and one Jackson is charged with Two counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault with a weapon, aggravated robbery and kidnapping. He has we're told a bond

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"28 year old" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Want to get these roads clear too soon as possible. So Sanders and soldiers were out ahead of the big deep freeze. 28 year old Bronx man Shawn to death at the corner of East 181st Street Sunday. The mound man pronounced dead at ST Barnabus and investigation is ongoing and so far no arrests. The victim, identified as Christian Gala Burt of the Bronx. He lived at 8 45 East 227 Street. On New York City's A Democratic mayoral candidate, Andrew Young, held a press conference yesterday with the host of officials Young announcing his green no deal for nine to New York City's public housing development to fight for $48 billion plus in federal funding that will allow us to convert nightshade developments into role models. For the rest of the country, Young ones $48 billion plus in federal funding that will allow New York City to convert night to housing as a role model for the rest of the country. All right. W ABC News time of +504 taking a quick look and sports It'll have a lot more. A quarter after the hour. Miami over the next one of 9 to 103 and the winner of Super Bowl 55. Tampa Bay over Kansas City, 31 to 9 your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru Weather Center. Partly sunny day today or high 30. Right now. 19 under cloudy skies from the 77 w ABC News desk. I'm Deborah Valentine, The Rooster for your Morning all the news. You need to know it's the W A B C. Early news on 77 w A. B C. Now Here's Juliet Huddy and Frank.

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"28 year old" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on KTRH

"Low temp Tonight. Overnight 62 degrees are low. Partly cloudy Thursday warm high 77. In a mainly dry cold front comes in Thursday night. Just a Sprinkle or two and then cooler sixties for Friday and Saturday. I'm meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the weather Channel. Right now it's 59 Katie 60 and partly cloudy here. The ktrh top tax defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. Let me know what our top story rodeo Houston canceled again this year due to the pandemic. President CEO Chris Bowman made the announcement via Twitter this morning. I'm sad to say today the 2021 show that we had previously moved to Mei is simply not possible. Therefore, we are canceling all the events previously scheduled for May. However, the last talk show at horse show competitions will go on as planned as private events next month. We have more details posted online and ktrh dot com. One person in custody. Another remains on the loose at this hour after an officer involved shooting along the North Freeway near the Rayford Sawdust exit this afternoon. Texas DPS Sergeant Eric Burse says the female passenger ran away on foot and was taken into custody. But 28 year old Taylor Goodson, a wanted felon is still on the run. We have a perimeter set up, so we want everyone to know there's a large law enforcement presence in this area. Vests, gaiters say, good said nearly hit a sheriff's deputy while running away from a traffic stop forcing that deputy to fire at the suspect's truck. Ah, Forbidden County has a new vaccination hub. The smart financial Center in Sugar land, centrally located off the Southwest Freeway at university was used to sport Ben counties. Covert drives through mess testing site. Now the county is turning that into their drives through mass vaccination site. What bed reopen appointments Yesterday. They were very quickly booked this operations in partnership with Memorial Hermann Sugar land. As more doses arrived, The porter will be opened again. For those who meet one A and one B qualifications. Nikki Courtney NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. One in five Texans say they don't want the Corona virus vaccine. That's according to the latest survey done by the University of Houston. It's a large number, especially if we keep it mind that To get to herd immunity. The estimates are we have to be somewhere between 70 and 90%. Survey author Mark Jones says there's greater uncertainty among African Americans compared to other groups, with 15%, saying that they are undecided on whether they'll accept the vaccine. South Texas Congressman Henry Clay are among a handful of Democrats surging the Biden administration to reconsider its stance of the Keystone XL pipeline and drilling on federal lands, he told Fox News to Texas stands to lose millions of dollars that flow from oil taxes to public schools and higher education. If we don't bring the stakeholders how we're gonna address this issue, you just can't keep the energy out and say here, the winners Here. The losers. You gotta bring people together at the table and try to work things out. So far, they've been movement. No movement from the White House on the president's executive order. Ktrh shoes time 11 03, the Trump Administration took aggressive action to fill the judicial benches with their picks. Now it's the Democrat's turn. The new president is already working with the Senate majority to transform the federal courts and Democrats are chomping at the bit to fill them, hoping to be as aggressive as the previous administration. By the end of the first time, we have close to 300 federal judges, not quite 300..

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"28 year old" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on WTVN

"Sheriff's deputy and to Wal Mart Security officers are being treated after getting shot at a store in the Washington D. C area. Second Loudon County, Virginia deputy returned fire, wounding the suspect and forcing him to flee. The suspect crashed his car in the attempt and then was taken into custody. Deputies were called to the Dulles crossing Plaza Walmart Saturday afternoon by store security because of theft. When they arrived, the suspect allegedly pulled a gun from his waistband. And began firing. All three were shot in the legs. A North Texas judges the suspect in the vandalism of a segregation era sign Lisa Bull has more Video posted to YouTube shows Ellis County Judge Todd Little telling another man to spray paint over a sign which used to hang over a water fountain reserved for black residents. Ellis County Commissioner Lane Grayson said the sign was left as a reminder of a place we should never go again. The court filing says The spray painting was an attempt to obliterate historic segregation era signage and that little had a legal duty to prevent the vandalism and investigation is now underway. Nine people are dead after a head on crash in Fresno County, California, The California Highway Patrol says seven of the nine were Children. The accident happened around 8 P.m. Friday on Highway 33, a Dodge was traveling south bound when it veered into the shoulder. The driver overcorrected and swerved into the north bound lane hitting afford, causing that vehicle to catch on fire. The Ford had eight people inside despite only five seats. The driver of the Dodge was a 28 year old man and people from several Christian communities are gathering at dawn cutter lanes and Illinois to remember those who died in a mass shooting. Last weekend. The candlelight vigil was held in Rockford after six people were shot, three of whom died,.

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"28 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"12,000 new coronavirus cases Saturday with another 397 deaths and with over a million vaccines administered the positivity rate at 6.5% and online portal for people in Pinellas County to reserve one of the 8000 doses it has for next week crashed instead of 10 A.m.. Saturday, it went online at 1:45 P.m. and a statement from the county saying that the vendor reported assistant issue affecting the portal due to a national court outage. A man accused of kill In a Hillsborough County sheriff's deputy faces a first degree murder charge. The evidence gathered over the past 10 days has established that this was a deliberate attack on law enforcement at state attorney Andrew Warren. He didn't say if he would seek the death penalty for 28 year old Travis Garrett, who ran the patrol car driven by Sergeant Brian Levin on Levin's final shift. For retirement. One person dead and dozens of apartment units evacuated due to a carbon monoxide leak in Orlando, Orlando Fire and has Matt Cruz responded to the call at the Jackson condo apartments. A tweet from officials saying the cause of the high levels of the deadly gas has yet to be determined in sports. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers one game away from the Super Bowl quarterback Tom Brady, hoping his experience will help the Bucks beat the Packers this afternoon. I have a lot of experience plan and You know, I'd like to try to convey a lot of different things that I think could be successful. And you know whether it be a physical thing to a player could be a way I certain way that I see something happening, and we put ourselves in a decent position. Now we gotta go capitalize on it. That game is that the chilly Lambeau Field with kick off just after three PM, and if they win, they'll host the Super Bowl in Tampa in two weeks with Florida's news on June night. A new strain of the coronavirus. Sideline sports At one school. I'm ham who so Fox News Sports programs at the University of Michigan, Iran hold for two weeks because of a new, more infectious strain of covert 19 5 cases have been confirmed. Michigan's athletic director, says the sports pause was not undertaken lightly and that the change was made out of an abundance of caution. The covert 19 variant was first reported in the UK and has now been found in several states. Officials say it's more transmissible but not more deadly. Faxes. Sue Guzman, a new variant of the virus may be circulating in New Zealand. A woman who recently traveled to Europe has tested positive for covert 19 after quarantining for two weeks and testing negative twice. Health officials believe she may have called the illness from another returning traveler. The country has.

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"28 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The Dodge was a 28 year old man. I'm Jim Forbes. Former one time James Bond girl. Tanya Roberts is still alive. Her representatives saying today that word from a publicist that she had died Sunday was not correct. The 65 year old actress has been hospitalized since Christmas Eve after collapsing while walking her dogs. But now, the publicist says Tanya Roberts is alive and well and in the hospital. It was not immediately clear how the mistake occurred. Georgia's secretary of state, Brad Wraps, Burger, a Republican, doesn't see any problems, he said with recording in releasing his phone call over the weekend with President Trump. He explained that the White House did not mention the call was supposed to be privileged and had his counsel on the line. Rapids Burger, also telling the Fox News Channel he didn't know it was being recorded it first President Trump of President elect Joe Biden holding events in Georgia today to support each of their party's candidates and tomorrow's Senate runoff elections. That will determine control of the U. S. Senate. We will have special coverage on setting those evening news starting at six and a pair of huge lottery jackpots up for grabs this week again Tuesday night's mega millions jackpot has rolled over to an estimated $432 million. It. Estimated $410 million is on the line for Wednesday night's Powerball drawing since nobody matched all six numbers over the weekend on Wall Street speaking the numbers the Dow was down 382 points and NASDAQ lost 190. It's 3 34. Let's check out the freeways now with couples real time traffic..

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"28 year old" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"We don't really have a senator that represents us here in state of Minnesota, Ron Johnson. He's gonna be on the show coming up in the next segment. I am really, really looking forward Teo. That segment looking for that conversation would like to know what Ron Johnson has learned about Tony Glinski. Since the since the conference before the debate last week, and Maura lot more information is coming out. Apparently, Bo Belinsky is going to go on Tucker Carlson and play tapes. Yeah, fighting officials begging him. Please don't Did not come forward with what he knows. Yeah, you know, I'm convinced that Biden isn't lying. He just forgot. I really do. I think there's a party. There's a part of biting that he just He just forgot. We played audio yesterday of Biden from 2014 to today, I believe was 2049 2015. But the campaign stump speech was exactly the same. I he, He may have forgotten that he talked with Hunter with Hunter, Biden and all this stuff. I think there's a really good chance not even so much for God, but I think there's a very distinct possibility that Joe Biden doesn't think anything he's ever done is wrong, right? Because he's been in the Senate since 1972. He was 28 years old and think of yourself as a 28 year old entering the Senate in 1972, when you didn't have 24 hour news cycles, you didn't have media dogging you. It was much easier to get away with being corrupt in 1970 little bits of corruption, not like you know, a little bit little kickback here. A little side thing there, you know, have have the have. Ah, the banking lobby. Buy a house for you for He's on the dollar, and then you could sell it back to them for $1.4 million. It was very easy to do things like that in 1972, and I think he's just been conditioned to living that life of privilege and corruption for so long that and so many of his colleagues have done it the same way that I don't know that he even thinks, like taking kickbacks from the Chinese through a shell company set up by his son is actually a bad thing to do in that campaign stop during the primary season. Freak over it when that when one of the attendees pushed back on him a little bit, you know, talking about the impeachment of Trump and the phone call with the Ukraine, but that mentioning you know Hunter, Biden and Joe Biden got all mad and called him fat and challenged him to a push up, You know, contest or whatever, in the in the middle in the middle of that, Joe, you know, Joe revealed something very clear. He's like I know how to get things done. I know how things operate. And that to me was incredibly revealing. He was he was basically speaking truth. Yeah, And it was exactly whose poems need to be, as it was exactly what you said he believes that's the only way that you go and get things done in in D. C is you have to go and you have to set up these Mafia type scenarios and you have to develop these relationships and kickbacks and This is how the process how the process works. He he's Ah, he's a swamp creature through and through 6519895855 k. W in Minneapolis. Good morning kw. Good one. And gentlemen, you know what I might go to in the morning for the news and fax this information that you don't hear underwear. Other places that am 11. You're smart man Kw. But you know, I don't want to go back to the 1972 or 1978. I will go back to 2016. I am done in that car. Ah, westbound highway, someone going to work and the notice has severe John drugs. And Andrew made a prediction regarded as one of 16 election. Two of the three uh Donald. John Trump, one of the two pick Hillary Rotten Clinton. That would be me. I'm not going to be Clinton. I will. It was me. I thought Clinton was gonna win. After making that claim there was I remember, distinctly remember sitting in the restaurant at the hotel waiting for the For the GOP event to start in the We saw a little bit of the data coming back, and there was a moment. Where was I? Oh, my, You know, strong, Sam. Yeah, I was I was gonna win, but there wasn't a moment of life. Deep breaths going into it, But I I I I own that. I didn't think Trump was gonna win. Well, I am looking forward to hearing you Got predictions for this upcoming election is about the fact that this morning at about I think I'm leaving work at noon to go cast my vote and my prediction Kw wanted you. Why don't you give us a prediction? Who do you think's going to win? Well, I think I think nobody is going to win, OK? You sound so confident. Because I've been know Evan asking his friends. You know, people have a lot of them. All right. You know people, people that meet and ask him about politics and Yeah, you know. A lot of people just don't like trump or whatever reason, so I am basing my prediction on this prediction of you Want Now I gotta doesn't want to close before you do you think was gonna win a Tennessee Jason Lewis. I am not really ready to make a prediction on that. I'm going to say, Jason. I'm going to say Jason obviously want Jason Lewis to win. I'm going to say Jason loose as well, I pretty confidently. I mean, I'm I think more confident than most that Trump will win Minnesota, But I think even if Trump didn't win Minnesota, I think that Jason Lewis could still win the seat. Yeah, see, I don't I don't know. So if I agree with that, I think if Jason Lewis Beats Tina Smith. I think Trump I think that only happens with Trump winning Minnesota. I think both I think those two are tied together if Trump wins Minnesota, Jason beats Tina. If Trump doesn't win Minnesota, Tina wins, That's That's my expectation anyway. Hey, kw. We're short on time. And thanks for the thanks for the phone call and looking forward to you voting for Trump later on today. Do it. You know, you want to hear another theory? Here's a Here's a star. A real quick hot take on this at least where my head's at The the the only indicator that we have that shows that Trump is going to win are those polling numbers. Okay? So in my mind, I go back to what could have possibly changed in the polls that would have made them reflect more accurately this year, and I haven't seen that presented to me. And as a matter of fact, I see the opposite taking place. The reason why the Poles were often 2016 was because individuals didn't want to admit at the time that they were voting for Trump, or they simply were not taking part in those polls. That issue And the reason why Trump won has now been expanded upon and grown far beyond anything we could have imagined. All the reasons for people voting for Trump in 2016 is that you can dial that up 100 to 1000%. At the same time, you can also Diallo up the same rationale why people didn't want to take part and through the polls off in 2016, so you take that mentality new couple with couple it with all the anecdotal evidence. Right. You look at the favorability ratings. You look at what Jesse Kelly always says. When I which I agree with that it's really hard to unseat an incumbent president right, especially with a good economy and economy still has good given Cove it and on top of that, you look at Joe Biden's campaign strategy and the amount of mean what you have Obama bringing in 228 cars to an event. Trump did three rallies yesterday, with thousands of people showing up the last time I saw rallies like that was when Obama was running. If we select McCain, and I'll even dare to say that Trump's rallies are bigger than what Obama's were at the time. I feel like they are. Why don't have data, but I feel like they're certainly anecdotally, speaking of especially to have a parent by never, ever, ever in my life, seen the amount of energy and and dedication towards a any politician, any candidate for any office. As I see with Trump this year, and that includes Obama, and there was a lot of energy and excitement for Obama. There was a ton of energy and excitement for Obama from a lot of different sectors, and it was bipartisan in a lot of ways, especially early on when we didn't realize what a terrible president he was going to be you so you got Trump stores. You got doors that have popped up all over the country littered with trump paraphernalia to think about that for a second. That's kind of insane. Thing to have happened for a politician, A presidential candidate and nobody's opening of a Biden store and keep in mind to Trump is still drawing in these massive crowds in the middle of a pandemic..

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"28 year old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Over for not wearing her seat belt, the only form of identification. Her medical marijuana card suspended. Why? I don't know. And now I'm waiting to see if you have warrants through Woods County, and there you have it. And then she says, This is their excuse, having to get somewhere. Of course. Ah, she wasn't wearing her seatbelt. She had a suspended license. And she kept saying that she had to go the bathroom and then she got away from the police. And they wound up. Ah, arresting her. Of course. So, you know, sometimes you got to be. Ah, just just have some brains. I don't know how people Go and to be this stupid how they grow to be the stupid. She's 28 years old. She blows by the stop sign in a school zone. And now she's in the little house. Don't going to be in the big house for this, but she is in some trouble. They did. Ah, search her car around a pipe with a meth inside it. This is your brain on meth, folks. You've heard all in seeing all these P s public service announced with Suzie. Don't do this. Don't be Emily Owens of 28 years old Anyway. Willie Ah, stopping and then saying that you have to go. The bathroom is not a good excuse. Especially if you're on a suspended license, not gonna work. No cops going to accept it, and that's about it. No, it's no use If you ever heard that kind of Go ahead. There's we get stories that came across the wire at the time of people who have assorted bodily functions that they claim I need to conduct to get out of traffic Stop. And usually nine times out of 10. The police go Yeah. Great story. Here's your ticket and life goes on now, if you are pregnant. Oh, that's different or chance. I would say of probably getting out of it because the officer is going to realize. Because, um, any any man on the planet who has been on the planet for more than about 20 minutes realizes that if you deny a pregnant woman, the ability to use facilities you're going to get murdered. It's not going to be good. It's not very why ended by by the aforementioned woman, so I think that that's probably your lone exception. And you're probably gonna have to prove significant. Well, first off the pregnancy is probably gonna need to be obvious if you if you're sitting in the car, and you're You weigh a buck 05 and somebody has to question it, then you're probably not going to get out of it. But if you're eight or nine months pregnant, you announce I have to go to the bathroom right now. Right. You might get a pass. Um, if you have a crack pipe in your car, however, I think that negates your need to use the toilet. Well, yeah, and you're going to jail, their privacy, child particular services. Ah, come around also and talk to you a little bit about maybe taking care of your of yourself anyway, the poor lady. She wound up getting in even more trouble because she already had a suspended license. A Z heard the reporter that Peyton Yeager from K for television. I don't know what seduction I don't I don't know. That's Oklahoma City. Other on your side or not coming up on 7 40 at news radio 8 40 years Penny and I did escape. Orange Beach. Yes, we still went. Oh, beat. It was just gonna tropical storm and it was gonna be not be where we all were. But guess what came our way. And there was some sad news to report out there. Of course there is. One person.

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"28 year old" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"We inherited greatest resentenced shortage of depression. President chartered that to do something about it in the process of that I was the one who was given responsibility and make sure General Motors and Chrysler didn't go bankrupt. Bringing and so we made sure they didn't brought eighty thousand jobs here to Michigan and to the automobile. Eighty thousand good paying jobs came back. He's lost fifty thousand jobs since he's been president. The fact of the matter is Nafta was not the deal that was sold. When Bush said we're going to have enforcement mechanism Nafta they didn't do it. That's why after it passed and and he did not insist on that I was against NAFTA. We tried to begin to change it because it didn't keep the deal that was made. There was not the enforcement can the neck is abandoned and so but look, here's what else he's doing. We're talking about trade. What has he done with trade to give to create more jobs in the United States what happened with this trade policy? Look what he's done with China. It's it's a disgrace. What he's done he's allowed the Corporate America to be able to make money by continuing export American jobs. It's not made in America making another plea for example, those those those those carry bags that the military is using they're supposed to be made there being deployed made in America they're made in China. Made in China. That, let me ask you about China because in two thousand eleven when you were Vice President, you said quote it is in our self interest that China continued to prosper. A lot of people think. that. Allowing China into the World Trade Organization which he supported. Extending Most Favored Nation status to China which you supported. Those steps allowed China take advantage of the United States by using our own. Open trade deals against us. Retrospect you naive about know here's the thing in context of that we want China to grow. We don't want to have a war with China. I said the Xi Jinping I was I remember you may remember the president wanted me to spend time with him as vice president is going to be president he couldn't do it so I traveled around the world with him. He asked said, why do you keep saying you're Pacific power? I said because we are specific power. If we weren't, you would not been able to have at Easter Bodey at all it's. In China be stable is not an instance China take advantage of us not just take advantage. So what trump done? He's poked his finger in the eye of all our friends and allies and he's embraced every autocrat in the world and it's now we make. We make up fifteen percent of the world's. Economy. Twenty five percent of the economy and we've lost all our friends. We've lost all our friends. The way to keep China in line is to make two things. Clear one we're going to insist we're going to play by international rules. So when Xi Jinping said to me, we were GONNA make sure we have these air identification zone. You can't fly through I said, no no, that's not true. Very international airspace. He said, what are you going to do about it? So we're going to fly through it. So we flew bombers tour through our jets flew. Flew through it same way with with what we did in terms of taking a significant portion of the navy sixty percent in getting into. Asia to make sure they could not control those sea lanes doing what is trump done he's done nothing about it. He's done nothing about it and what is he done with regard to our friends like Japan?.

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"28 year old" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Jake was was did he not know? Had He not been briefed or was it what we now know that he knew he had consolidated he clearly had been briefed and he's still said the opposite thing I mean clearly the opposite clearly it was a lie nearly three weeks later. Yeah. In fact as as I recall on Jan I went back and watched your discussion with President Trump in the briefing room back then towards the end of February when the president was still reassuring people this was no big deal the case count in the US was going. To Go away soon, it would be close to zero. You thought, and that was the latest information that the novel coronavirus was maybe two to three times deadlier than the regular flu and president trump knew that it was five times but even then he was pushing back on that yeah I mean I, it was clear I mean the the the data was still emerging but you know what what is interesting to me Jake. Is that I mean as you'd expect I guess the United States has access to to information that may be the rest of us don't have access to I, mean the data out of Wuhan I I. Call my sources they're talking to my sources in China on a regular basis, but the the scientific data was coming out in the medical journals right. So we were kind of getting this information all at the same time, and some of the some of the data that's started to to really start to nail down how deadly was this corona virus. Some of that was still emerging after that February seven conversation that he had with with. Bob Woodward. So he had you know he was getting access information as the president should but then what to do with it nothing it seemed for the month of February and there is obviously a wide array. Of Activities One could do between full blown panic which he said he didn't want to do and Dana Bash the idea of not saying anything and then trump is now characterizing Bob Woodward. As having not said anything sooner because Woodward New the comments were quote. But. That's not what Woodward says. Woodward says that as often is the case with Donald Trump he didn't know if president trump was lying or not. Yeah and it turns out that he was. Remarkably well versed on the topic early on because he got that information from president she the leader of China the country that he is blaming for this virus, which is understandable did come from China the thing that really I was sitting here and I couldn't believe what I was hearing. The president of the United States not only blamed by Woodward. But said, if he thought it was so bad. He should've called the authorities..

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"28 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"28 year old now faces several counts of intoxication. Manslaughter well, the Spurs won their second straight game in the Orlando bubble over the Memphis Grizzlies, one away to 106 yesterday. The final points came from a pair of three throws by shooting guard DEMAR DeRozan with one second remaining. The wind moves the Spurs into the ninth spot, just two games behind Memphis for the final spot in the playoffs. Spurs take on the Sixers tonight. Our coverage begins on 6 30 at 6 30 right here on Spurs Radio W away. I news time. 7 37 traffic and weather together in a minute, But first a check of your money in the world of businesses. Report Brought to you by first Mark Credit UNION. Ed Corey is live at the Bloomberg News Desk. Good morning Charity Marathon Petroleum, based in Ohio, is telling its speedway gas stations. The buyer is the owner of 7 11 stores is seven and I holdings. The deal is worth $21 billion. Tailored brands. The owner of Men's Warehouse, and Joseph, A bank has filed for bankruptcy, the latest in a string of retailers grappling with competition from online shopping and hit hard by covert 19. Google will make a $450 million investment in home security firm a DT Google and 80 or entering into a long term partnership to create the next generation of smart home security operations. Right now. The Dow futures are up 135 points live with a Bloomberg business report. I made Korea on NewsRadio 1200 W. O A. I Thank you, Ed, Get the latest news anytime, anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news Radio 1200 W II on my heart radio. I'm Charity. McCurdy news Radio 1200 W Away. I now traffic and weather together from the W Away I Traffic center Good morning at about 10 minutes to your normal time on 35. South found near downtown. We've gotta crash around the ITIN Highway 90 interchange. That's causing a pretty heavy buildup from Laredo. If you'll be taking 16 04 That's going to be about 14 or 15 minutes of total commute time.

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"28 year old" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"28 year old" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Who is just 28 years old, underwent the double lung transplant June 5th at Northwestern. She didn't wake up until mid June. Dr Anthony Fauci. He returns to Capitol Hill today, along with government health experts to testify before a special House panel investigating the pandemic. His appearance coming at a time when early progress on combating it seems to have been lost uncertainty clouding the path forward Douchey telling a CNN town hall Thursday evening on there is no telling where the U. S is right now and When it comes to the Ark of the crisis. You know, it's impossible to predict Sanjay because you know when we were looking at the increase and then going down If it had gone all the way down to baseline the way some of the European countries in the Asian countries have done then you could say, You know, if we hold tight, we may be in the seventh or eighth inning if you want to stick. With the baseball analogies, But that didn't happen. We came down to about 20,000 cases per day, 20,000 for weeks and weeks and weeks, and then we had the unfortunate surge in the Southern states were enough to 40. 50 60 70,000 per day and now it's down between 50 and 60,000. So when you're at that level, the thing we need to do is we need to put out all the stops to get it down to baseline and to keep it there by doing the things that we've been talking about, and that I've been talking about it consistently. If we do that, Sanjay, I think we're well towards seeing this under control. If we don't, then we really can make a prediction about how long this is gonna last. Earlier in the day, President Trump joined by Dr Anthony found together they pleaded with those who have recovered from the virus to donate their plasma. President Trump walking back his suggestion that Election day should be postponed amid criticism from all sides. The president says he does not want to delay the election. And that does not what his tweets suggest that he was asked about it yesterday at a news conference. I want to see I want an election and a result much, much more than you. I think we're doing very well. We have the same fake poles, but we have real poles were doing very well. So we're in favor of absentee, but it's much different. And millions of people in California..

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"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

Real Marketing Real Fast

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

"Lebanon are doesn't work. They tell you fix this. You keep doing. It doesn't work so before you know it. You're twenty twenty five k. deep and you haven't gotten any result so he came into my program very frustrated very skeptical Very difficult client after not having success because pretty much anything you say. They don't believe you I. I mean it's just it's just how it is so he came in. He's a weekend and he's already trying to get out. I mean he's he's just like not really fallen direction. The guy you really over think stuff like he's very analytical so I'd say we'll just message this person explains the what do I say though? Why would do just say this? He's like like but do I say that on my very very difficult client and I called him and I kinda talked him off a ledge and you know he finally started implementing and you know now he's blowing my phone up in these two sold another ten castle to five K. Like do I got all these people in so I just it just I like that more just because he he he was struggling and he kinda went through it and he kept spending money. He didn't give up and that that's actually harder to do. Because you know after a while when you're making prophet and then you're paying coach after coach after coach. You're basically working for free. You're making money and then you're paying someone else to help you. And so when it doesn't work out you Kinda feel like Manna Just save that money to Yup and so I was just really proud of him because you know now he's he's already doing You Know Hillary have a multiple six figure business. He's been for like a month and I think by the end of the year he'll be doing seven figures because he's he's very good at sales and he's very good at speaking on but I I just I really like having the students who have bad stories. Or THEY'VE had bad results with other coaches or they spent a bunch of money because mentally. I think that's actually harder to keep going forward after spending ten grand in it didn't work or spending ten grand on ads and it didn't work because you don't. It's like it's at this point. You kind of start wondering like is it ever going to actually work you know I am. I just going to keep wasting my money. And so most people. I think they quit right before they're gonNa hit success and so I was just really proud of him for kind of sticking through It's fun to see because when they kind of flip there from The Hague in you to love in. You is kind of like fun and you're like it's all delay you just gotTa stick it out. So that's right now. Yeah that's a great story. I mean I think I think it was the Polian Hill. That had written a book. Some three feet from gold-plate. You said most people stop right before they're gonna get the breaker yeah. It's like that picture. You see where they have the pick ax and the Guy. Walking back and you see the gold on the other side of it. It's it's a real thing. It sounds cliche but I really realized that every time you fail you're actually getting closer to success at the time. You don't feel that way you just feel like a waste of time. Waste MY MONEY. But you're learning what not to do. Which gets you closer to knowing what to do so when you start business if you're looking at let's say ten people they're all standing in front of you. It's like well. Who Do I choose? Will the thing is even if you choose wrong? Will now you have nine done any wrong? I have a and that's kind of how businesses worked out for me so I'm just glad I never quit. I'm just glad like I moved home like I had a crappy car. I did everything and anything. I could to keep investing coaches in courses and doing what I had to do because it was. Kinda like there was no out for me. I was like I'm going to be successful. I'm going to be homeless and when you have a mindset like that. It's hard that you're the top. The homeless here successful can help the homeless. You probably saw me on the side of the road a few years back. But I'm out now. I like your your message. I mean you. You said that every time you fail you're closer to succeeding and what. I didn't hear you say was I tried facebook. Ads In facebook doesn't work you said. Hey tried I try to piece out? Just the coach and it didn't work so I tried it again. And so you you. You know you didn't throw the media out and say hey. Google doesn't work and Youtube isn't work. Facebook doesn't work didn't work with that. Coach that approach is readjusted approach. Figured out what worked. And now you've got a license to print money Ryan. I think what helped to some? I wasn't tied finally got unmarried to what the coach said. So if the coaches like do it this way and it didn't work you know I stopped thinking okay. I was just like very simple as I. Okay I need to convert these leads. What's what is working for me when I'M NOT DOING PAY TRAFFIC RATE. This is what's working organically. Can I mimic this? It's like yes. I was like perfect. I mimicked it and it worked. Oh my gosh like I was way over complicated. I was way over thinking at the end of the day. It doesn't freak and matter how it works. You just gotTa get to work and so people get so tied to like has to work this way. It's like it really doesn't like as long as the lead turns into a sale. You're good to go so that was really powerful for me to have worked because now you know if the coach tells me something I feel. I've done my due diligence and I've pushed. I pushed us out working on like all right. What's next what's next week? We can try this sure. That was powerful for me. That's really cool. It makes much sense. Yup I am often having conversation run testing this testing that during us like you know what we're just trying to get an incremental improvement one percent here half percent two percent there and it makes a big difference at the end of the day. Oh Yeah I mean you get two percent three percent increase on funnel I mean. What's the difference between six figures a year on seven? I mean it's if it doesn't really ex- detects everything. Yeah it's literally true and so it's an it's fun when you see those improvements because you're like oh my gosh look it's Oregon. I mean that's why low marketing because I feel like you know you're rewarded for your efforts are rewarded for persistence. And you know I just you don't have to be special. You don't have to be a certain age or color like size like you. Just gotTa sit down and have some brain power and light. You can pretty much. Do you want and persistence persistence. A lot more people have so we you touched on this earlier on. It's GonNa ask you the question again since I got the name right. You guess you recommend. I absolutely have to have my podcast Ryan. Yeah Ryan Moran so I recently just start. Kinda working with him and you know He. He's a big proponent of product based businesses that brand new to me so you know just like when I start my consulting business. I'm learning all over again but I really WANNA build. I really want to build a business that I can sell. That doesn't rely on me to be the face and constantly be doing the ads on the social media. And I just I like how he thinks I think he's. He's very logical but he's just like a deep thinker. I don't even know how to describe it. He just everything you ask him he has. It's just I don't know. He thinks so much deeper than most people in his responses. I just love him so I think you gotta meet him to kind of know what I'm talking about. But he's making an introduction. Yeah I mean absolutely. I wouldn't wouldn't be hard at all. That'd be great and yeah I mean whether it's relationships or business or whatever he's actually really helped me with my personal relationships just because I feel like I'm a young guy. I'm still trying to mature. I don't always feel like I know what I want in terms of relationships like hearing from a guy who's older who successful you know. I have a lower SPEC for him and he he just his answers are just really deep and I think when you meet him you kind of see what. I mean. Excellent so most important question today. How can people find you? Connect with you. Where's the best place I mean? There's always a million places but I always prefer social media. They sent me message. Like I always will see it so you know instagram. Facebook Is usually the two best places you can also go to Youtube I just Kinda like starter that but semi idiom on facebook INSTAGRAM A. You'll always get a response. It might take me awhile. You'll always get one so what you're out. You're handle in Sarim so a hand on. Instagram has just tanner DOT Chitter Chitter Unfortunately I had a someone. Who wouldn't give me the Tanner? Chitter so I just got to improvise and then on facebook. It's my name just without the DOT. Perfect well I want to say thanks so much a really enjoyed. The conversation is so inspiring to see. You know to hear your journey and see what you've done in that you didn't give up an and you know. Unlike a lot of people who try media doesn't work you didn't give up you decide. Hey you know. This didn't work this time. I'm going to try readjusting it and you got it to convert so good for you. Yeah I really appreciate you know. Hopefully I didn't talk to your off. I have a tendency to do that. But I appreciate you know this love talking to another marketer and congrats again on your next level with final. What is the next level? You're going to achieve so as the eight figure award. I don't know if they're going to have another war but I'm sure Russell's GonNa like amounts like one hundred million award for now I feel content and I've done everything so. I'm kind of hoping Russell doesn't do that because I'm sure if he does then. I'm GonNa feel like I have to get that to you. Got To do that to the time. Exactly but yeah. It's it's been a great journey and it's been fun doing it with my brothers. You Know I. I've just learned so much. So it's it's been a fun ride. Thanks again so there is another episode of Real Marketing. Real fast Our guest today shared a ton of information and hope you enjoyed the conversation with tanner. I'll make sure that in the show notes we've transcribed and give me a link to his website and his social media and there's great advice though so hope you took some notes and they look forward to serve you on our next episode..

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"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

Real Marketing Real Fast

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

"I have I'm really using that. Cash flow to Either invest in other businesses or create my own businesses and kind of really become. I guess owner Versa Entrepreneur and build a company. I can really sell and a product. That isn't you know. Tanner chicer- right like something that can stand alone in cell. So that's really. What kinda getting motivated right now and I've been the beginning phases but I've really built a lot of good connections in rapport with people and just a lot of experience. And so I feel like it's absolutely the perfect timing because if I tried to do this from the beginning I think I would have failed miserably but now I feel really good. So that's kind of what's gone me excited As of late so we'll you know we'll see how it goes right? We'll talk really cool. Well good for you congrats. Thank you I really appreciate it. Yeah I mean it's it's a lot of work to do that and you know obviously you've done it even more things right than you've done wrong you've built your business like you said up to eight figures and you know just to share just a glimpse. I was just talking to somebody yesterday. Who is at? Who's a young guy like you are. And he built a Started a new business with his dad built it and three years for billion dollars all my. Gosh what business. They're in real estate investing. That's the main and so you know. When they're they're teaching people now he was will. I'm obviously not doing this for the money. So yeah so they make sure the right people in the room so good for you. So it'll give you some some options to go and look at some other businesses. I won't I won't pry into what direction your going. Some you've got some great some on. I appreciate it in terms of business advice. You know I'm sure you're speaking at at various events in your over here all sorts of conversations. What some of the bad advice you hear about you know starting a new digital business or starting some new digital marketing these days. Yeah so something. I really don't like you're gonNA find this kind of ironic like actually love Russell Brunson but I'm pretty vocal about. I don't like the low ticket model for beginners. I think that that's what actually kept me a stuck for the first two years. I may so my first two years. My story is really hilarious. I mean it wasn't at the time but it is now but the first the first series of business I had a forty dollar product and I was really trying to sell an I sold about two grand in two years right gun into anything and I think. The biggest reason was united beginner. You don't have experience. You don't have capital. You don't have knowledge you really don't understand how funnels work or paid advertising. You don't have money for paid advertising and so it was funny but my twenty fifth birthday. I just remember I was like my Gosh. I don't figure this stuff out this year. I'm going to have to go back to school. I feel like such a loser while Blah and that's when I heard about high ticket. Coaching what like what is we asked. You sell it for higher. Prices like people will buy that really and they're like yeah. Okay so I remember that first week and I mean like ten grand and that was triple what I made in a month and at that point I went all in and I was actually a little upset. I mean during those two years door to door sales in all these things that I don't think I knew we were going to help me at the time but it was really kind of upsetting. I was more upset than happy because I was like man like I was living horribly for this long and this was all I had to do. So for a beginner who doesn't have money or experience. I think tickets absolutely the best way to go because it allows them to make a bunch of mistakes mess up a lot not have experienced in still make quite a bit of money with great margins that allows them to get out of the situation or because most people you know. They're making three four thousand a month you know. They have to make money before they quit that job and to me the fastest way to do that is built a high ticket service offered get good at sales closed over the phone and then from there build experience and you know now. I have low ticket products and stuff but I think that was the worst advice I was given as a beginner because It's done in my growth and you don't you don't have the experience or the cash flow to really make that work in my opinion. So let's talk about that. So what what was it? That changed the change your mind. That's that switched. That kind of flipped win. Okay I'm GonNa get the forty-seven thing hanging to move priced at ten grand. Yeah it start it start off lower but it has sold so between you know to to turn. The ARGUMENT SOLD UP THIRTY. But you know it's being stuck. You know experiences the best teacher. Although it's the slowest an you know after two years of being stubborn hiring coaches Anyone I kinda was like you know either. Have to humble myself and listen to someone who has a different opinion or stay stuck in cry about it and you know I felt like I was doing everything I knew how to do. And so honestly I kinda just left out I think. The coach are hired was a proponent of high ticket I if he had said loaded question him and because it worked for me obviously bills that belief right like going from zero to ten K. In a week burst two thousand and two years. It was easy to be like. Oh yeah this is the way so I never say never but I do think for beginner with limited experience. It's much easier to get someone on a phone. Call Sell something for a thousand two thousand three thousand dollars in. It is to try to automate a forty seven ninety seven dollars product. Well well said so. I'm GonNa ask you a personal question. You can ask for it or not so in terms of imposter syndrome. How did you feel when you sold that I Big Ticket item. So honestly that's a great question. I didn't feel bad because it was a fitness product. So great because you know shredded to the bone. I was modeling. I mean I looked like a Greek God at the Time Right. I look okay now. But that's all I did because I was broke so I had a lotta time out and then when I started Doing Business Coaching Consulting Built a seven figure business. That was to see so I was like yeah I know what to do. I'll show you so. I've never struggled with that just because everything I've ever sold. I felt like I had a lot of experience. And I've done a lot of stuff so I did luck out in that aspect but I mean it's something a lot entrepreneurs do struggle with for sure. So do you have any You know being that you overcame that those thoughts on many people have. Do you have any advice for people that are listening going like I could never do that? Yeah it's it's a struggle right so everyone's different and I think something I've been blessed with Doug is I've always had a pretty much just do it mindset so what I do is I. Kind of ignore my feelings Which can be good and bad And I'm very open criticism and feedback from people. But I guess for me. It was like I wanted to live this life style. Our money was not an issue. I didn't grow poor but we had seven kids. My Dad was a teacher so I grew up in a home. That was like if you want something you have to get it yourself. And I knew as an engineer in going to college I was Never GonNa make the money. I want to make unless I went into business for me. It was kind of just like I I had to make it work in figure it out and I knew everyone started from zero so I was like why not me these guys who I see on TV or on the Internet who. I WANNA be like they. Once upon a time. Didn't know anything either. So why not now or why can I sell it? And I don't know if that's good advice for everyone some people they really do struggle mentally but for me. It was always just kind of logical. And I'm very logical thinker. Where okay so I WANNA Millionaire like the only way to do business so yeah. I'm just GonNa do what I have to do to make it work and you know if someone really struggled with that I mean. There's a lot of different ways to attack it but I think at some point you have to kind of what people are saying because my parents told me I was dumb you know. They love me but they were like. You're an idiot like you're GONNA make six figure. Now you're making twenty four thousand and you know my ex girlfriend told me. I was stupid and my my own. They make comments like they work with me now. Ironically but my one of my bras by. Oh How's your business going? And he said it in a way where you knew his condescending absolutely an end you know I it was just this thing inside of me where I've always kind of had a chip on my shoulder I think that's a little bit from childhood so I won't go to that but I've just always been like I can do anything I want like. I'll show you I'm going to show you. I can do it and so every time I wanted to quit. I would just call my mentor. He was the only guy who told me I could do it and I was like dude. I think I'm GONNA quit like I. I'M GONNA quit this time. And he just would always talk me off a ledge and I actually message him the other day about getting my comment X. Award you know whatever they call it we were laughing about it. Because if it wasn't for him I'd be making you know six figures year but I'd be miserable plus great and I think that's great advice and like you said every everybody's different everybody's got the same genes that you do that. Can they can just do that and ignore their feelings. But what I've learned. Is that the lineup. For the big ticket items is shorter than the lineup for the small ticket. Items if you're GONNA pitch there's there's less people to go through. There's less people to compete at least competing. I work in the media buying space so for me to to buy you know to rent an email client that spending two hundred three hundred thousand dollars. A week isn't a big deal. I figure why not do that? Why why do five thousand dollars a week if you can do a larger number? But he said not everyone can make that switch. But it's a swifty. Should make if you want to want to have the Do what you're doing. Well Yeah and and like even talking about you know sales with the when you're on a phone call you drop price. You can handle any objections when they're on sales page. If it's not perfect you're done like they're gonNA Click off and they're gonna go somewhere else and I you know I was talking to a young guy today. He's going to be super successful here he is. He's doing one hundred thousand a month and he's twenty three years old. I'm like my goodness but he had such a mental issues selling a high ticket program to people. He he was just like you know. How can I guarantee they'll get results? How can you do look at the end of the day if you're giving him one to one attention in you're doing all these extra things like it's not on you day? You're going to have to get over that you can't make people be successful. He's just having such a hard time with it. And and you know because I think a little differently. It was hard me to try to help him. I was like man like I don't know man I just. I just know my practice that good and I know it's going to get people results if they do it. I say I think you know some people holds back on and I don't one hundred percent. I'm not a therapist or anything like that so I don't know if I have the best advice but you know it's something. Everyone has to kind of overcome. I think in business because you know everyone wants a beginner and so I just I don't know I think if you have good intentions and you have integrity and you have something that really helps people. You shouldn't feel bad about game. Paid for it and yeah so I don't know I mean I'm hopeful. Someone's listening it's it's it's a tough topic. I mean it's zone episode. Absolutely so do you have a A client the onto share a success story about so you can name them not name someone who came in and you help coach them and mentor them through their Their business yes. Oh I mean there's a bunch of clients I think the easiest thing to do is just go back. You know recently because I've had so many but you know there's a guy who came into my program recently and his com- com- Josh. But he had had a bad coaching experience. He'd spent about twenty five thousand dollars on coaches and his experience is very similar to mind. You know you pay the coach five ten grand you go in you start running ads. Your Auto..

Versa Entrepreneur Tanner chicer Russell Brunson engineer Josh Doug
"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

Real Marketing Real Fast

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

"Yeah I agree with you on that. I think actually being honest upfront bills more credibility and trust especially if you're targeting other marketers other marketers are absolutely the most sceptical opinion. So I agree with you on all fronts. Now you mentioned that You also had the ability to collect email and tax. Are you collecting other pieces of information from your subscribers? Come into your final. Absolutely well happen is what I do is if they go inside many Chatter Messenger actually scrape it right inside there and what you do is you just use the lows abeer or ZAP. I guess you could say scrape it right to your email lists without them ever having to leave so it's very effective and then you're right inside the funnel. I get their phone number email and get them a messenger within the first five minutes so at that point you know you can slam them. No matter where they're at very effective not to mention if you have a sales team you can do that as well so we do a lot of touch points and you know. I am a little bit of the buyer philosophy. We don't try a message. People don't want the message them but We definitely are very thorough with all our lease and I think that's something not that's really helped us one. There's nothing wrong without I mean I've I've seen both sides of seeing where people message the heck out of someone and I've seen others. I say well you know I. I sent them three emails. Like you know it takes like nine to eleven times someone to buy so just four more. You'll see an increase in sales. I mean if if you feel you can help people that. Help them product and leave him alone one hundred percent. I agree with you. So why do you collect the other the other day? Just WanNa make sure that points clear because I you know right now in the marketing world is everything's the new holy grail. Oh if you just do this you know you'll make zillions of dollars if you just get ticked. That's where you need to be. So here you are using messenger and you're collecting emails and you're collecting texts. Yeah I mean just ended the day. You just never know what's going to happen at a ultimately all you really do have control over is technically. You can control phone numbers. You know people get tell you not to tech somebody can in same thing. With e mail so Messenger. Anytime like facebook decides a shutdown which. I highly doubt that they could shut down. So you know I just WanNa make sure I make my businesses safest possible. It's the same reason I run traffic on youtube or other places because relying on one method is dangerous because every shutdown or you know there's some type of policy with Google or facebook you know it destroys your entire business so I just always liked to be thorough and it never hurts to try to have as many touch points as possible. So I think you're doing yourself a disservice to not grab email or not pushed a messenger. I think you D as much as you can and then just hit him on all platforms that while I you know I just wanted to hear from you. I've been preaching that for a long time in my probably being sick and tired of me hearing are saying that totally makes sense the own the social platform so you can hate on facebook all you want for not doing your stuff for free but if they disappear then. Where's where's your data? Where's your customers absolutely? And you know again. I highly doubt that will happen. But it's just always better to prepare for the worst pray for the best analogy what I would say now terms of trophic. The you sound like a guy who's really sharp and you've got a dialed in so I'm assuming the first thing you tried like you said didn't work so you know when you're running a campaign when you're saying pay traffic. What does that look like? Yeah so as of now. What we really do is predominantly. We spend about six figures a month on a facebook wall over that and then we do around onsite twenty five to fifty on youtube. So we're anywhere between two hundred fifty a month. The biggest thing I said is we just do and hope I'm answering. The question is not just kinda cracked me but they we do is we go from Ad Two Messenger. The first button inside there will be to a via cell webinars. Something like that YouTube. You cannot really do that as effectively. There's too much of a drop offs on. Youtube will go straight to a page. Try to make it convert okay but specifically with high ticket at the end of the day. What I've found is that the more conversation. You can have the better chance at our is sign up and you make your You make it a lot. Easier FOR SALES REPS. I actually have had zero attrition. My sales team for over a year and a half which is kind of unreal. When you think about because typically you know sales guys will not quite quickly. Because you're throwing everything you can end. Sometimes a quality is horrendous. Right like they get on the phone and they didn't application but they lied or wasn't followed up with etc so I've really found that my method not only gets the highest quality calls but it is highly. It's vetted extremely high. So by the time they get to the call a rep can look at the Messenger conversation. They can look at the APP. They have their phone number to text them so they remind them before. The call all kinds of stuff like that so We do run APPS straight to the page but ultimately I just think that's what's really helped me skills so fast because Arwa extremely high well. It's it's interesting listening to talk about your sales reps and with no attrition. I mean because that's you know that's a ongoing battle. So why do you think that at the end of the day people are so qualified as the number of touches that you put through so the people that are not qualified or the become disinterested just self select yet so I just think it's the follow up process so when you're inside Messenger if they say something on the application that you don't like or they're hesitant. You can see that from the responses so hey I put this on. The APP was the reason for that. They have to answer. Or Hey you know. Have you ever had a coach before he really sought X Y and Z? So you're getting very detailed answers before they ever get to the phone call so on the other side. If someone comes from youtube straight from page all you have to go off his application and their email so you really don't have any chance to follow up or if you do there's a chance they probably won't see it and so by the time you get to the call you're fighting alive those objections that you wouldn't have to fight if you had a good follow up system before so my sales reps have been the day. They're good but I think they recognize that. The calls are getting are so much easier to close because we hit them so hard on follow up before they even get on the call so are using a crm of some sort to manage the data on the back end. Wants to come through absolutely so I use active campaign surprisingly. I know that probably sounds weird. There's pipe drive hub spot stuff like that but is ideally exactly but I just keep it in acts of campaign so on. My team doesn't get confused in one spot Guy Who set it all up so the application comes through. It'll automatically go into campaign. We have like a little deal section and then it goes to that specific rep and they can leave notes on it. They can move it to a deposit spot. Lost all that kind of stuff so yeah absolutely. That's we definitely have to do that in track everything well. I don't think it's weird. I mean the challenges that we have as marketers eased as is. There's so many choices out there all legacy systems and then there's all the new stuff that's coming. There's a new one seems like every day in the space At some point is need to make a decision. Put your credit card down by one build your business and if you a year down the road figure out. Hey you know. This isn't right for me. dench change. Don't spend the next year analyzing your Sierra BEF- restored business. Yeah I actually I. It's funny you say that. I say that about coaches because sometimes people they they worry so much about who they hire next they look just hire someone because even if you mess up you're GONNA learn from mistake anyways and yeah. It could be costly but I found that even when I hired the wrong coach I learned so much of what not to do that ends up actually helping me in the end anyways. But you'll see somebody sits on the fence for a year and they waste so much time just kind of scared of indecision so see whether it's you know systems are coaches like I agree with you on that. I'm one hundred percent well in terms of you know looking at how you've scaled your business. I mean one of the things that I learned in. Both my business and in my health was the first coach. Hired wasn't great so I had to fire her and then the second guy was great but I I got to a point. I got to my kind of my. My wake. Goi Lost My eightyish pounds. But he couldn't take me to the next level but I you know I spent six years with him and then I moved to the next level. Coaching and I think the same thing happens their business. You hire accountants. You hire a lawyer as you hired. Marketed hired visors. And as your business changes you're GONNA have to change them anyhow because not everyone's going to be able to scale with you is. Have you found that in your business? Well Yeah Yeah one hundred percent and I think I think a lot of times. Actually I've spent about two hundred fifty thousand dollars on coaches today in the last two and a half years so I've had quite an experience good and bad and I think sometimes we also agree with your point but also I'll get my own way because he takes so it's almost like you take so much For Gospel what. The coach says that sometimes it can be a detriment because they'll say something wrong and you just do it and do it and do it until you kind of like convince yourself like through repetition failure that it's incorrect so I've seen I've seen on both sides where it super helpful because they give you that clear direction and it's good advice and then on the other side it's not so something I've really kind of taken Harz. No matter who are higher I always. Kinda keep open mind. I question them even if they are. Someone paid because you know everyone gives you advice based off their experiences stuff I say is one hundred percent based off my experiences in. What's worked for me so are biased right and so? I've just found end of the day like do it works for you. Obviously listen to people you pay but you know. Don't don't listen to the point where you know you drive your business into the ground because they keep telling you to do something on. It doesn't Oregon. I kind of found that out the hard way. I guess you could say but hold. That wasn't too off track. I know you're in the same space. And that's why I like the analogy of fitness business. Because they they run. They run in parallel. I mean so you still need to be your own advocate. There's all sorts of advisors. You can go but you know. It's no different than going to the doctor. If you get a diagnosis you don't like you know okay. Fine at a second opinion say is there. Is there another way before you go down that road? So in terms of looking at what? You're what you're most excited about in the next six to twelve months. What's what's keeping me up at night. Yeah so it's funny asset. I just had I just had kind of a transition where I was feeling pretty kind of unconcerned with my business. Not because it's not going well but because I feel like I've done everything I've wanted to do. You know all right. I got it to seven figures. You know we last year able to become an eight figure business I've got you know the next Awarded the Click funnels event. They're going to be handing out to me. I think it's Friday or something so I was actually just kinda feeling man like what's next so a guy. The Guy Actually recommend that you interview next set. His name's Ryan Moran. I'm sure you might have heard him. But he really specializes in product businesses selling businesses for exits. And so what's really happening? Now is the consulting businesses..

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"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

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"28 year old" Discussed on Real Marketing Real Fast

"Yes thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to kind of talk about marketing and see value. I can provide so thank you. Well I mean there's two things that I found really interesting around your background and one is that you've developed as a very successful business. Coaching people and helping the make money online. And you're also you also pay attention to your health. You've helped people walk through the health journey and often you know lots of times is people big businesses. They spend all the time in the business and they don't spend any time on their health. So do you want to share a little bit on how you combine your passion for it? You know like eating and living well as well as building a business. Yeah absolutely so. I mean ironically when I first started I didn't know what to do and I had a mentor. And he's like well. What are you good at him? I was like well not really anything. I work hard and I work out. He was like well. You know. Why don't you do fitness? I was like okay so yeah I started off just helping people get in shape and I built that pretty big and then before you knew it. I had no trainers and so forth. They were asking. Hi How how are you doing this? Because you know most trainers don't make a lot of money and ironically to your point. It's kind of funny but as business grew I kept working out but I don't think I worked out as hard as I used to in the past because I was so busy trying to grow the business. Now that it's gotten to a pretty high level I have a big team. I've actually got time back so I'm getting back in the kind of shape had posted. Pre Business So to speak but it was just logical for me. 'cause that's all. I knew and so when someone recommended I was like. Yeah sure because I I didn't really know what else I was GONNA do. Lots that's really cool. I mean I was sharing with someone today. I said Yeah. I was at the at the gym this morning. So what do you do? I says Cross faces what what does cross that I said. Well there's only two kinds of workouts in Crossville those that you hate and those that you really really hate so I don't think he really got to humorous Join meal figure it out so now in terms of building your business so you said hey you know. I wasn't really short to do. I'm going to be something in fitness and I think that's where a lot of entrepreneurs whether they start fulltime or side-hustle start but the difference. Is that your story is different than most in that. You grew it to the point. We became part of the two comic like finals. Yeah so so. How did you scale your business from? Hey I've got this idea to the point now where you've got your freedom and a team to help you build it absolutely so when I started it was all me I was spend. I mean unhealthy hours working. I'll just be honest. Made some people. They're like how skillful Vasan The I pretty much worked all day so I started off messaging. People like crazy just organically like anyone who interacts on Instagram. Facebook groups and stuff. But what I've found is that you know if you'll pay a little money for shoutouts on Instagram or you've built a following somewhat it's always easier to with people who've at least have that touch point and I did that until I was doing thirty to fifty k. Month consistently but I was killing myself and I started to realize. Will you know if I kill myself to make this money? Who Cares now? And that's when I really start trying to figure out paid traffic. Paid a bunch of coaches. That kinda helped me with that and you know in the high ticket space pretty much. Everyone just teaches webinars And I never had any luck and I was convinced that I was doing everything right. You know the when you when you go into coaching program. It doesn't work typically. They're like all you're probably doing this stronger. That sounds like no. I'm telling you like I'm doing everything. And my breakthrough was finally when I started using something that I call my marketing conversion conversations but essentially what I did is I I was like. Why am I trying to automate everything with my ads? When that's not what worked for me. How can I take? What's working for me? Organically and move into my adds. An when I did that. I mean it absolutely took off in. I remember every moment where something clicked. I knew it was like oh my gosh. This is going to change everything and so essentially all I did is I took what was working I started running my paid traffic to you. Know Messenger and many chat and stuff like that and I have a very systematic process of moving people through my funnel quickly and efficiently by asking important questions in them. We sign up for a call so I kinda put something in the middle of the AD in the webinars they go through and they watched webinars sign up great. But I've realized that you know for most people unless they're very experienced marketer or their Russell Brunson or someone who's just really really good or has a lot of clout that it usually is not enough to get people to sign up because they're so used to it especially in the general business consulting space so hopefully that answered the question. I didn't go to on but I swear dive a little bit deeper. Soy Soy understand your audience has full understand. We're talking about so. You said conversion conversations in years I was at a Webinar or actually an event and John Lee Dumas was speaking there and he said do things that are not scalable and so that's what it sounds like your social right and I still people connect with me on twitter and they go. Is this really you or. Is this your va? I went? No I answer these. This is really me so you took that conversational style. And what did that look like in your ads because so many people you know they buy the book they get the stuff they they wanna automate everything and I think their dream is there. They hoped that magically traffic will show up people convert. They'll never have to talk to anybody yet. Yeah a hundred percent. And that's what I realize was at the end of the day. People want that until it doesn't work at the end the day with me starts working. It's a lot of fun in all of a sudden you don't mind so much. Essentially what I do is I run an ad in it goes to messenger and then from Messenger. You can do all kinds of things. You can send audio files. Voicemails text messages videos images. You can send him obviously to the U. R. L. You can do broadcast. And there's a ninety plus percent open rate so inside there you can also grab emails phone numbers. I mean it allows you to do everything and I found it is the most effective yet minimally invasive methods. So you know. People don't like being texted you can but usually they won't respond as much voicemails don't seem to work as well in my emails. A twenty twenty five percent open rate at best so we can get ninety plus percent open rate in still grab emails and text messages and you can get that type of interaction as well as doing manual followups all kinds of stuff. It is totally transformed. My business. The problem is I kinda like it's it's difficult right or it's time consuming so most people it's hard to duplicate when you don't have enough revenue or you don't have a big enough team and so I've kind of enjoyed it a little bit Because you can't just come in and like look at my funnel takeover. It's definitely a process that has to be systematic no-fun lagging. Yeah I mean and you can try but I always laugh because I on like dude. Good luck you're not gonna be able to especially when they don't understand that back into my business because a lot of it they. They're they're trying to go this automated. This is amazing. And they don't understand that some parts of my business are but there's a huge part of my business. That actually isn't and I think it's what is allow me to grow so fast because I'm doing things most people aren't doing and so when you do that usually it gives you an advantage over others and you know I'm not comment isn't the takeaway from what you've done eating things. That people aren't doing this. Lots of people who are running Pay Traffic. There's lots of people that are running. clicked finals and lots of people who are running messenger by the part that you're doing the art is you're seeing huge success in revenue from it So there's less people using the tools does not put them together in the right way. So they get the revenue they want. Well yeah in a totally agree with you. I guess just more at the scale. I'm doing and the amount of volume is just very Seen anyone doing at that type of spending five grand or ten grand on ads is one thing spending two hundred thousand. Two hundred fifty in continuing to kind of push people through at the same pace. Ineffectiveness is kind of more. What I'm talking about especially when you're doing manual follow up you're getting thousands and thousands and thousands of leads so it's not just to my own horn. I just know that at the scale. I'm doing it. It will be very hard to replicate some. If they didn't see the back end well and I find that really. You know an exciting conversation because you know I enjoy spending money on media because it gets results so yeah I do it because for two reasons first of all because it works but other some sort of satisfaction in listen to people. Oh you know. Facebook CHARGING FOR ADS. And you know they're just trying to make money off me and you know. Google's charging me for ads. Say yes and so what you put a dollar in dollars comes out or two dollars comes out or three dollars comes out like what's wrong with that model. I'm the same way I one hundred percent agree with you. So in terms of where the kind of the winner of the world's going with Messenger and you know you're the first guest of had on my podcast that's built a successful business using using messenger which Which is a nice surprise. So where do you think it's going I mean there's been some changes and facebook with Messenger and what you're allowed to send what year loud send for free and what you're allowed to what you have to pay for. Yes so I. I don't think it's going to affect me and my business whatsoever just for the simple fact that again. It hurts people who are trying to automate everything. We do have some automation. But there's definitely human aspect to my business and the new rules essentially is if they don't respond within twenty four hours. You can no longer send anything. Every time they responded restarts that clock and so with the amount of touch is and follows. We have if someone doesn't respond within twenty four hours. They're not going to get pushed through usually anyways. Unless we re engage them at a later date so you know we've looked at that like I was very you know aware of the changes come in wanted to make sure my business was going to be safe with what we're doing in case. We need to make changes based off what I saw I. I don't think it's GonNa Affect me whatsoever. I think the people who will get hurt from it or the marketers who want a hundred percent automation because if they do not respond or engage after twenty four hours. It's over with and they're going to have to pay more money to engage with us when you add any human element. People respond better. They can tell it's just kinda human nature to I think when they bought they're less likely respond and it's very difficult. I believe to fully automate and have someone actually thinks person like. I think it's almost impossible. Because depending on what they say or how they say it if they get the same response no matter what. I'm not a huge fan of the automated webinars the evergreen that looked like their lives. Like you know just do do the world a favor and be honest. If you'RE GONNA lie about the Webinar why would I trust you with my credit card? Yeah like even. It's funny because I even like when I do run webinars I kinda might look like. It's prerecorded whatever and usually the only reason I run it. Bursts of ESL. It's just to see the converts better at the end. The dare and Gavia cells much easier. There's less resistance so it's funny. You kind of said that goes fill the same way. I don't have a problem with people that have got recorded. Webinars great I mean it fits better in my time schedule but just don't try to pass it off as being live you know the same with the body being lots of I've seen more marketers. Now say that this is a bought. So they're telling you in advance. They're not disguising it and they're explaining why they've automated this to help with customer service ranch your shins or whatever it is but they mentioned that upfront..

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