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"3.5 million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And more than 3.5 million have been fully vaccinated across the ST John roller K T A R news evictions can resume after the U. S. Supreme Court halted a moratorium that kept people in their homes. The head of the Arizona Multi Housing Association applauds the decision, saying it will bring relief for property owners who have struggled to pay their own bills because of miss payments from renters. With everything going on in Afghanistan. There's been some concern that terrorists from overseas might try to get into the U. S from Mexico, Brandon Judd and Arizona based Border Patrol agent tells Keita are it's more expensive to come in from the northern border. But money is no problem for terrorist organizations. And so I would expect it. You know, people are going to be coming from Afghanistan. If Isis is going to exploit that a Taliban is going to exploit it. I would expect to see it on the northern border, Judd says. There's a bigger chance terrorists would get caught trying to get across the southwest border than coming in from can Canada, The monsoon has made a big difference for water source that serves millions of people. SRP. Six reservoirs on the Salt River and Verde River systems are collectively at its 71% capacity. That's up from 66% a few weeks ago last year. At this point, the number was 86%. Hurricane Nora is moving up the Mexican coast and expected to increase Arizona's chance for monsoon rains this week. Let's get a check now on traffic in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center is Andy Ramirez. Thank you, Julie. There is a new crash blocking the HIV and left lanes reported on the 17 northbound near Indian School on 91st Avenue at Beardsley..

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"3.5 million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | Last month

"3.5 million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Who could face eviction with the potential of 512,000. Nationally, It's 3.5 million. Steve Gregory, King of My News officials in Louisiana are warning residents to prepare for Hurricane Ida. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell says residents in the city should either leave by tonight or be ready to ride out the storm at home. It really does speak to our ability like we've had to do in the past because of the lack of time the need to shelter in place, hunker Down. It is vitally important. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered for homes near levees owns. Forecasters say New Orleans can get up to 20 inches of rain when the item makes land when IDA Rather makes landfall on Sunday, Orange County could be able to further reduce dependence on imported water. Thanks to meteorologists at U C. San Diego, You see water districts, Greg Woodside says the new technology will conserve more water. Prado Dam. Two billion gallons additional water per year and that's enough water for 60,000 people per year. Using advances in weather forecasting in stream flow forecasting, he says the program forecast Atmospheric River storms to allow reservoir managers to make decisions to retain or release water based on forecasted conditions. Getting a covid vaccine in one city in Brazil is a real shot in the well in the But the Brazilian National Health Ministry has picked the ventral gluteal area as one of the best alternative injection spots on the body, because it's less painful than going into the arm. So the city of Joinville has made that alternative spot its first choice for giving the covid vaccine. It's not actually on the butt cheek but in a muscle group about an inch or two below the pant line. People can ask to get the shot in their arm, but most people in the city or just drop in trial. Brian Brunon K F I NEWS, the ventral gluteal area. The NBA has issued new Covid.

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Caller Concerned Over Safety With U.S. Crumbling Within

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Caller Concerned Over Safety With U.S. Crumbling Within

"Wanted to keep this with what you were talking about. But with all the distractions of CRT and black lives matter and Being politically correct here and the stuff that we talk about every day. Uh and more than concerned, I'm worried that the nefarious countries like China and Russia Perhaps North Korean Iran. Why wouldn't they make a move? They they have their pulse on the American people. I've talked about this, I think When you're when you're crumbling from within its very provocative You're absolutely right. They look for opportunities. Right. So in the end, why would they wait for 2024 election where a trump or Pompeii would get in there? For Well, they start to be careful. You know, we still have a very powerful military and nuclear weapons. And so rather than just confront us that way. They're doing other things like China right now is doing many other things that it's massively building up its military. It is it is building and ports and docks all over the world, including in our hemisphere, including in Africa and other parts of the world. It is slowly but surely making claim to islands in territorial waters that don't belong to it. It's making claims to airspace that doesn't belong to it. You have China and Russia now and Antarctica, making claims to that area and putting military bases building them there. You have killer satellites that can attack our grid. All of this is going on. As Joe Biden weakens the country from within, weakens the economy from within. I want to talk next hour very much about what's going on on the border here that there's not 11 million illegal aliens in this country. It's closer to 35 million. And now he wants to push amnesty. They want to push it through this omnibus spending bill. This is this has all the telltale signs. Of a American. Marxist type of approach to things

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IRS Still Has 35 Million Unprocessed Tax Returns

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 months ago

IRS Still Has 35 Million Unprocessed Tax Returns

"Americans. Still Casey Harper, right, still waiting to receive their tax refund. It appears the weight could be far from over. National taxpayer advocates federally authorized report to Congress found the IRS held an unprecedented number of tax free transfer manual processing this year. And of course, where's the press? Leading to major delays and millions of Americans waiting months for the refunds. The 2021 filing season was the quintessential definition of a perfect storm. The report No one could have predicted a global. Okay, So now they're full of B s. 35.3 million unprocessed tax returns four times more Process delays matter greatly because most taxpayers over pay their tax during the year via wage withholding or quarterly payments. Are entitled to receive their funds. This filing season, 70% of individual tax returns had associated refunds with an average of 2800 and $27, the report says, until the IRS can manually work through the over 35 million Unprocessed tax returns, it will not be able to issue refunds to impact the taxpayers. Historically high number of unanswered phone calls. They blame the virus. Everyone blames the virus, especially the bureaucrats. How is it that everybody else can do their jobs? How is it that everybody, Here's the thing? We have to meet deadlines to file our taxes. We have to meet deadlines on quarterly tax payments. We have to make deadlines are withholding taxes. We have to meet all kinds of deadlines that the federal government throw at us day in and day out. But they can't meet their own deadlines. You know what we need to

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"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Don't see i don't see it happening. I disagree with mark on that one in a look. It's it's july thirty first. Is the trade deadline. The mlb all star games coming up in just a couple of weeks or they all star game. We'll be done What's it gonna look like. I mean obviously trevor stories. One of the top top candidates for a lot of people look at that could be traded. we'll be dot com just releasing a story as well that includes Trevor story for the for the rockies but another one here you know this. Mlb dot com trade news Cj krone could he be a potential fit for the brewers indians. Red sox crohn's power has been on display during the past two weeks as the first baseman is slugged. Five home runs with eleven. Rbi's over twelve games kronas in on a one year one million dollar deal making the thirty one year old one of the best bang for your buck alternatives on this year's trade market. So that's there for the rockies as well her mind marquez is on the mlb dot com Trade list watch His his past two three starts now have only enhanced its trade value and potentially less than the possibilities that iraqis will move him. Marquez went two zero with a point six four era allowing just one run on three hits over fourteen innings. He six and this was before last night's game 'cause he's now seven and six and he know what he did last night there's no way they trade him there's no way they trade him now Let's see who else They've got trevor story. So this is where you know. A lot of people are expecting the rockies to to sell. Trevor story has been atop the most likely to be traded list since the season began but a sluggish. Start to twenty twenty. One caused some to wonder how it would impact. Trade value story has started to Hit the in the past two weeks And story earning eighteen and a half million this season as he heads for free agency. He is betrayed it and if he continues his hot streak. Iraqi should benefit with a stronger return. But we also said that about nolan or not. And how did that work out for us. Ten forty four the time ten four closing on ten forty five. Now if you're looking to buy or sell your house here in northern colorado You wanna talk to. Desert petting her at cleary real estate. She is the expert in the real estate industry to ensure that you don't miss anything in that you don't lose out on your money. That's your money you bought a house. You're going to sell the house Make sure it's listed at the proper value so that you're right where you need to be called as repainting or at clary real estate ten forty five time. Let's take a break. We'll come back on the other side getting a couple of national headlines kid the headline cut my entrance is.

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"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Don't see i don't see it happening. I disagree with mark on that one in a look. It's it's july thirty first. Is the trade deadline. The mlb all star games coming up in just a couple of weeks or they all star game. We'll be done What's it gonna look like. I mean obviously trevor stories. One of the top top candidates for a lot of people look at that could be traded. we'll be dot com just releasing a story as well that includes Trevor story for the for the rockies but another one here you know this. Mlb dot com trade news Cj krone could he be a potential fit for the brewers indians. Red sox crohn's power has been on display during the past two weeks as the first baseman is slugged. Five home runs with eleven. Rbi's over twelve games kronas in on a one year one million dollar deal making the thirty one year old one of the best bang for your buck alternatives on this year's trade market. So that's there for the rockies as well her mind marquez is on the mlb dot com Trade list watch His his past two three starts now have only enhanced its trade value and potentially less than the possibilities that iraqis will move him. Marquez went two zero with a point six four era allowing just one run on three hits over fourteen innings. He six and this was before last night's game 'cause he's now seven and six and he know what he did last night there's no way they trade him there's no way they trade him now Let's see who else They've got trevor story. So this is where you know. A lot of people are expecting the rockies to to sell. Trevor story has been atop the most likely to be traded list since the season began but a sluggish. Start to twenty twenty. One caused some to wonder how it would impact. Trade value story has started to Hit the in the past two weeks And story earning eighteen and a half million this season as he heads for free agency. He is betrayed it and if he continues his hot streak. Iraqi should benefit with a stronger return. But we also said that about nolan or not. And how did that work out for us. Ten forty four the time ten four closing on ten forty five. Now if you're looking to buy or sell your house here in northern colorado You wanna talk to. Desert petting her at cleary real estate. She is the expert in the real estate industry to ensure that you don't miss anything in that you don't lose out on your money. That's your money you bought a house. You're going to sell the house Make sure it's listed at the proper value so that you're right where you need to be called as repainting or at clary real estate ten forty five time. Let's take a break. We'll come back on the other side getting a couple of national headlines kid the headline cut my entrance is.

"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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"3.5 million" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Was being able to buy it 700 so a deeper discount on the bearish side of things. These are traits that are really more identify to, uh, to be profitable in a downward direction. And so the risk on these is to the upside. The profit potential is to the downside. So a good price is 45. But a great price is 46. So I'm liking it at 45. I'm loving it at 46. That's that identified retail area, using our step by step core strategy using that process. That's an area that I've identified where there's a high probability of some professional selling, and this is all about what right all about identify what they're doing so we could potentially Do what they do when they do it. So identifying a like and love on Wells Fargo to the downside, 45 loving it at 46. Because I think the pros are selling Wells Fargo. I want to sell with them. Gregory. What? Your thoughts on old wfc there? Yeah, I think you know the more little bit shorter term exactly there. You know, I think a little bit higher up. There's still some potential selling going on around 46 a half to 47. Just a little bit above that, you know, it has been kind of a little bit of a sideways range was between 45 to 40 Gosh 48 for quite a while. They're inside of that range where we saw the institutions. Selling one of these we talked about at the workshop. Is that people say Well, why can't institution just how do you know Institutions don't want to sell their still want to buy their What's what's your reasoning? And we think about IBM like to always use that example. You and I want to buy shares of IBM two snaps of the finger we can get in or out. That's you know, it's pretty darn quick. A couple of minutes, maybe. Whereas Warren Buffett's famous for his famous article, Rod said, took him seven months, seven months to get into position. Why 10 $10.7 billion in the stock that was only trading 3.5 million shares a day. Yeah, You can only buy what's.

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"3.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"3.5 million shots have gone into arms. In just the last 24 hours. 71,000 shots have been administered for a total of more than 1.3 million people fully vaccinated the state's latest coronavirus numbers more than 2200 newly confirmed cases and the Department of Public Health Update 36 new deaths in a seven day average positivity rate of 2.53%. Commonwealth says it's taking steps to ensure what happened to David Uhlmann does not happen again. He died at the age of 14. There's a 107 page report from the office of the Child Advocate. Here's WBC's Karen Regal Department of Children and Families had Linda Spear says There is no rationale for why these boys, a set of triplets and a half brother were sent back to a tiny one bedroom apartment in fall River and apartment investigators say was filled with bags that once contained heroin. The circumstances in this case Are inexplicable. That decision to reunite David Almond and his brothers with their father and his girlfriend after they've been removed from their home ultimately led to the death of David, who loved to read and was hoping to be in the school play. The people responsible for that decision have been fired, says Health and Human Services Secretary Mary Lou Sutter's to senior leaders in the Fall River office have been terminated from their position. The child advocates report says multiple warning signs were missed here. Manipulative parents know in person visits to the pandemic and schools, not checking on absentee issues. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's News radio, A Winchester man charged with fatally stabbing a woman at a public library and 2018 has been found not criminally responsible because of his mental illness. Here's WBZ skimped on a cliff. The judge on the bench trial found Jeffrey out not guilty by reason of insanity for the 2018 stabbing death of medical student dance striker Inside Winchester Public Library. He was also found not guilty on the charge of slashing a 77 year old man who came to strikers aid both of Prosecution and defense presented reports from three medical experts to examine you and determined he was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the attack and was not criminally responsible for his actions, Defense attorney Jay Carney said. Yeah was being tormented by harassing voices in his head. And it was the voices he was fighting against when he walked into the library and stab striker 20 times from behind. Kevin Tana Cliff WBZ Boston's news radio. Yeah, has been sent the Bridgewater State Hospital. Coming up Bloomberg business and Sports The movement to bring Americans back to the office is gaining speed. Google is the latest company to join allowing workers to return to some of its U. S offices within the next month. Employees can choose to work from home until September. Delta Airlines is sending its pandemic policy of blocking middle seats effective May 1st. It will also expand its on board offering of snacks, cocktails and other beverages, all amid signs that travel demand is recovering. It was a mostly higher day on Wall Street. With technology shares leading the advance. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 85, the S and P. 500 climbed 14. The NASDAQ composite gained 201. Nestle is out of the bottled water business in North America. It has completed the $4.3 billion sale of brands including Poland, Spring deer park and pure Life. Business has 27 facilities and over 7000 employees. I'm Larry Kowski. Bloomberg Business on WBZ NewsRadio. 10 30 Trusted for 100.

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Vaccination Efforts Picking up Speed in Florida

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

04:24 min | 6 months ago

Vaccination Efforts Picking up Speed in Florida

"The age for the general population to be vaccinated in the state of Florida for Cove. It is now 60 that began this morning. 60 and up without pre existing conditions. It's just the age and the more that Fizer Johnson Johnson Moderna manufacture the continue to drop that age. Let's talk about our vaccination process how we're doing in the state of Florida. But Dr Joshua Lynch's chief medical officer for Our health Medical center and vice president of the Florida Medical Association. Come, Archie, Doctor Good to talk to you. Good morning to you, Jimmy. Thanks for having me on again. How we doing so far. I think we're doing pretty good. You know, If you look at the national numbers more than 100 million people have already been vaccinated of those good part population, 30 35 million or so and have been fully vaccinated. With the other 70 million, at least having one dose and we're making significant strides. Two thirds of the population over the age of 65 already had one dose. More locally. Here in Florida. We have about a little more than four million people have been vaccinated about. You know, the population of 22 million you have about 10% of our population has already been fully vaccinated. And I think we're well on our way. Definitely down here in the southeast Florida reaching way. We're told that private doctors officers may be getting doses for patients. How do we When would that happen? And how do we know how well that rule out? Yeah, I would imagine that, as we increase as the amount of Johnson Johnson is increased here is only about three million or so doses that Johnson Johnson has has supplied. About half of those have already been used in the United States. But that's really going to be. I think, the foundation of the vaccination effort for private private offices who don't have to maintain the cold storage that that we have to maintain, and the other pieces is that it's only one dose, which is which is great because You don't have to worry about booking that second dose that we do in the health systems for for Visor, Madonna Right, Um Aziz goes forward we're supposed to get. I think almost half million doses of Madonna and Fizer plus Johnson and Johnson this week in the state of Florida. Are they being distributed correctly? In your view across the across the state. I think that there's a lot of logistics that way go into the supply chain of that vaccine distribution. And certainly hindsight is Is 2020. I don't know that anybody had anticipated depend up demand that we still have not just here locally, but across the country and so minor things that you wouldn't even think of like. When you open a phone line, you know, phone line, as you guys know, in the radio phone lines can only take X number of incoming calls. And when you put a call out to tell people is vaccine 10,000 people try to flood the phone system. It could crash the system. So I think that they're doing probably as best as they can. Everything is sort of predicated on the domino before it. And even though the industry that pharmaceutical companies are continuing to pump out as much as they can to get it into the arms of people, because that's really where it needs to be right, and the rollout is faster than we've ever done. I mean, you know, the the messenger RNA has been around for 30 years, We put it into a vaccination vaccination. Now it seems that works beautifully. But, um, But the rollout is faster than what they normally do for this kind of a product correct, And that's real. They're learning as they go. I'm talking about the logistics experts that these pharmaceuticals Always out it out. Yeah, This is your absolutely during the last year. We've used the word unprecedented a lot of times, But this is really I don't even forgiven. Unprecedented. This is this is historic. I mean that Operation works. Speed was incredible. Because if you think about it within the span of one year, you know, we had already identified the genetic code for that protein that was embedded into that messenger. RNA developed a new vex to new vaccines based on that technology and had distributed it and vaccinated people, all within the span in 12 months. That zoo historic.

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"3.5 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on KQED Radio

"3.5 million African Americans in the United States labeled them as deterrent. In a town to actually keep people from showing up to the pole saved targeted Aunt Yes. And we we know from Facebook's own research right that you can influence voter turnout based on the kinds of post that are put on their platform, And they did this in battleground states. And so in this way, we're seeing predictive modeling and had targeting right being used as a tool of voter suppression, which has always been the case, too distant friend. Chuy's right. You might say black lives don't matter. But it's clear black votes matter because of so much effort used to rob people of what blood was spilt for, you know, for generations. So it shouldn't be the case right that any sorts of algorithmic tools that are intended to be used again have to be verified for non discrimination before it's even adopted. So as a black woman technologist. You know, there's not that many of you. Frankly, why not, You know, go work at Google or Amazon and make these changes to the algorithms directly. Why act as sort of a watchdog? I think there are multiple ways to be involved in the ecosystem. But I do think this question you pose. It's really important because it can be a assumption that by changing who's in the room Which is an important and needs to happen. We're going to that change the outcome and the outputs of these systems. So I like to remind people that most software developers, engineers, computer scientists, you don't build everything from scratch, right? You you get reusable parts, and so if there's bias within those reusable parts or large scale bias in the data sets that have become standard practice or the status quo. Right. Changing the people who are involved in the system without changing the system itself is still going to reproduce al breath, make bias and algorithmic harms..

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Roblox IPO Update

Esports Network Podcast

07:24 min | 8 months ago

Roblox IPO Update

"This year. They've been talking about an IPO and that was originally they announced they were going to do in November and December. They're like, actually we're going to delay it. You talk about sort of their decision to delay that IPO and instead raise the series 8 Round which came with a much higher valuation. You make the argument that hey this was a really nice called a delight to take us through why would a company would make that decision? We're going to delay the IPO and what Roblox gained by doing? So yeah. So I mean, this is a a pretty interesting and strategic play by by the CEO of Roblox by you know, the originally anticipated a traditional IPO for November and then they delayed it then back December but the second delay, I'm sorry in December they decided to delay and a lot of that had to do with what they saw happening with Airbnb in doordash. Those were two months, you know, highly successful IPOs both of them pretty much doubled on day one and so it kind of made Roblox think okay. Are we leaving something on the table here? Right because the original birth And when they wanted to IPO was was an average valuation of of eight billion. That's kind of what they were targeting. Right? And so after seeing what happened with doordash an Airbnb, you know, they felt like okay, they're an appetite here for investors to actually value robots in a much different lens. And so that was the you know, the option that they decided to take and so there there was a comedy there was supposedly a company-wide memo that explained to the Roblox employees as far as why decides they decide to take it off and revisit this strategy and so from December leading up to about January to your point. They actually were able to gather another round of Investments through a series agent round that valued them at twenty twenty nine and half billion. So, you know, you literally go from an eight billion valuation to a 29 and 1/2 billion, which is quite remarkable, right? And when you put that into perspectives you look at epic Gaming right and you look at their recent valuation went down. Leave I think they dropped about a 250 million investment that valued them roughly about 17.8 billion time around that ballpark. But you know, you take that into perspective right? You got a very successful such as fortnite that has the Unreal Engine. They've got a great ecosystem here and there at Seventeen and half and yet there's investors here that are valuing Roblox now at close to $30 billion, right? So Thursday impressive and I have to imagine now, you know epic Gaming evaluation is probably significantly increased. And so now you know it could you know, when you look at that as a comparison like, okay. Well, wow, these are two very successful franchises, but with a much different strategy, right Roblox is clearly a platform gaming strategy versus epic is a lot more of building in Palm Coast system around gaming and even outside of just gaming right the comparison to Epic Games is so interesting because I think people would assume dead. It's a more valuable company than Roblox. You mentioned the two different ecosystems. And you know with this is being said with the caveat that you're right. The Roblox is new valuation may have it as sort of a Leap Frog situation with epic games where they can take that and go to somebody else would be like actually we thought it was $70 billion now, we now might be 35 or whatever it like it sounds absurd but based on what Roblox did this year? It's clearly has a model that that could exist. So why does Roblox have so much value when compared to epic games that has that owns rocket League? They have fortnite they're bringing in all these different Major Brands into fortnite. They have the epic game store. I mean, they felt cocky enough that they got into a lawsuit with Apple after all. What is Roblox? What where's the intrinsic value from the company coming from? Yeah. Well what's impressive about Roblox was the abilities to build dead? A platform that targeted a market that probably wasn't as heavily looked upon right when you think about fortnite. It's a little bit more on the teenager Spectrum, maybe above but when you look at the Roblox a platform it the average or the the their sweet spot is really the nine year olds thirteen year old demographic right? And so there weren't a whole lot of platforms that were developed. I mean you can argue maybe Nintendo switch or even the weaving of platform but I think robots was able to sort of expand apply the this from a mobile gaming but also you can play Roblox and PC. So there's a lot of different platforms that you could play it on. That's more widely that can be more widely distributed towards kids right versus a Nintendo switch. You've got to convince your parents to spend an average of 3 to $400 on a on a system or a console. So I think that that's number one and then it's I think the reason behind the valuation here as well is when Roblox did wage Our file for an IPO they did have to of course release information. They're asked one and it was quite intriguing information that they released as far as their their daily active users and just the hours of Engagement due to the Panthers made their hours of Engagement pretty much doubled from roughly about 4 and 1/2 or four billion to almost close to nine billion hours, right? It's crazy when you think about that number, D E Yeah it like nine billion. I mean, you know to put that into perspective right you look at twitch twitch obviously is a very big streaming platform and their average wage, you know hours of streaming double during the pandemic as well, but it went from roughly about 2 and 1/2 to you know, a little over 5 billion hours, right? So you look at ROBLOX, you know, like oh, this is just one Platform One game will maybe not one game but one platform, right and they're able to track 90 million hours versus something as widespread as twitch is is is trailing in, New Jersey. Five billion in streaming hours, right so crazy to think about that. But then you also look at the daily average users of kids that are playing. It's like somewhere close to like 35 million daily average users. And so you look at that potential of the amount of kids that are playing this the amount of hours. I think if you do the math, it's roughly each kid playing it from roughly about 2 and 1/2 hours per day off, right and that's a lot of time right and and the question becomes now is okay. Well is that can even continue number one post-pandemic? I think that's where the speculation comes into play. But even if it doesn't look at how many kids had gotten onto this platform that are only going to continue being on that platform for at least several more years and then that a monetization that they've been curd based on their virtual currency Robux. I mean when you put all of that in a play-off like that's where the valuation comes in a place right? They've actually been able to monetize this amount of frenzy that these kids are going on this platform and buying, you know, using these robots to age. Not even enhance the game per se. It's really more for skins right or or how do they enhance their Avatar which is which is mind-blowing right when you think about all that. 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It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

World Affairs Council

02:06 min | 10 months ago

It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

"It's been just about a year since the first symptomatic cases of a new coronavirus were reported in Wuhan, China. Viral pneumonia has hit central China's Fu Han city authorities have reported 27 cases in total, seven of which are critical. More than 35 million people in China are now on a travel lockdown. More than 800 have been sickened and 26 have died. As the virus spread like wildfire in Europe, we turned to one of the world's leading infectious disease specialists. My name's Larry. Brilliant. I'm an epidemiologist. Dr. Larry Brilliant, is CEO of Pan defense. He's best known for playing a key role in eradicating smallpox, a scourge of humanity for centuries. He previously led the school foundation's global threats fund. Was founding director of Google dot org's and he was scientific advisor for the 2011 film contagion back in March, right before the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic. This is how he assessed the situation. Very this is going to be a bumpy road. This is going to change the world for the next 12 to 18 months. They'll be outbreaks in States and countries they'll be cleared up the return again sees now they will play a small role in it. Travel and accidents replace small role in it. The case fatality rate will go up or down, not because it really changes or the virus changes. Based on how rapidly we find light cases or how rapidly we report deaths, But you have to realize that this is a novel coronavirus. And that there's nearly eight billion of us on the planet. None of us have immunity, except for a small handful. This disease is not going to go away by itself. We don't have an antiviral. We will not have a vaccine for 12 to 18 months. We're in for we're in for a tough time. But it is not A mass

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More than 50 million Americans facing hunger in 2020, projections show

WBZ Midday News

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

More than 50 million Americans facing hunger in 2020, projections show

"The the holiday, holiday, But But the the Corona Corona virus virus is is still still lingering lingering and and so so our our fears fears and and concerns concerns about about food food insecurity. insecurity. CBS CBS is Adriana Diaz has more on the pandemics effect on struggling families. USDA before the pandemic, and estimated 35 million people were food insecurity. Using people who couldn't afford balanced meals, but perhaps any food at all. And believe it or not. That was one of the lowest rates in the past 20 years. But now because of the pandemic, that number is expected to explode to 50 million people by the end of the year, including 17 million kids. That's one in every four Children. Well, there's been talk of another covert 19 relief stimulus package out of

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Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Demand surges at food banks as more than 50 million face hunger in 2020

"Boston's news radio, while the Dow soared above 30,000. For the first time, many Americans were still wondering where their next meal is coming from A CBS is Maria via Royal says People are heading to food banks in record numbers out of work and out of food that needs turkey at me, me. These massive giveaways in Denver, Miami and Dallas have become the new lines of the times. It's crazy to see the love you know that we so desperately need beyond the holiday Feeding America projects more than 50 Million Americans will have faced hunger and 2020 up from around 35 million before the pandemic. Food and Security is a challenge in Boston as well. The Greater Boston Food Bank says it's seen a huge spike in the demand for food during the pandemic, and amid the massive job. Bosses in the state and the country. They delivered £98 million of food for their fiscal year ending in September 30 million more than what they had budgeted

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Pfizer seeking emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in US

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Pfizer seeking emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in US

"Going to the FDA today to ask for emergency use of its covert 19 vaccine. The company says it's early trials show that it is 95% effective. It's the start of what could bring the first shots in two weeks. Visors filing sets off a chain of events is the Food and Drug Administration and its independent advisers debate if the shots already, if so, another group will have to decide how the initial limited supplies air ration. Doubt Initial supplies will be scarce. According to information given to the National Academy of Medicine about 25 million doses of the Fizer vaccine will be available in December. 30 million in January and another 35 million in February and March. People getting the shots will need two doses three weeks apart. My company. Once a vaccine is

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97 million Americans have already voted, breaking records

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

97 million Americans have already voted, breaking records

"100 Million. So far, nearly 98 million ballots have already been cast with just hours to go until election day. That includes more than 62 million mail ballots and More than 35 million in person. Votes still haven't received your ballot or lost the one you got

Concerns over food insecurity grow amid COVID-19 pandemic

Symphony Financial Group

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Concerns over food insecurity grow amid COVID-19 pandemic

"Has created an economic disaster for millions of families, one that the nation's safety that hasn't been ableto handle. Millions of people have been thrown out of work with no new jobs to be had, and many of the measures designed to help them. Things like supplemental unemployment benefits and eviction moratoriums have run their course. They engaged in a lot of necessary coping strategies and trade off folks. They're making difficult trade off between painter of food and medical care, food and utilities. Food and transportation and helping Jessica Hager is director of health and Nutrition for Feeding America, a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks and the country's second biggest charity, she says Before the pandemic about 35 million Americans or 1/9 of the population lived in households that were food insecure without the resources to get adequate food. Since mid March. It's gotten much worse family's air having to decide whether to pay the rent or buy food. Food banks are crowded. We have projected right now that there'll be 54 Million people are one in six could be sued and secured this beer in 2020. We've also projected that food and security Rachel increase in every single county in the United States in 2020, so this could be a 21 and three adults and one and two Children could experience it in Korea this time again due to that. Economic impact that has been in effect around the pandemic. No individuals whose job individuals relying on their savings to make their way through experts in hunger, No, that family's suffering from food insecurity have a variety of goto strategies to try to stretch scarce food dollars. Hagar says. 55% of food insecure families have used at least three of the strategies are things such as receiving help from friends? Purchasing an expensive unhealthy food, which we, of course know in the long term has an impact on health, telling their personal property where, if possible, which isn't for all, of course, but growing food in their own garden. Anticipate. Families have continue to engage and they trade off in coping strategies while also trying to manage the difficult circumstances of managing the disease and being out of social distance increased normally have even in normal times. Many families go in and out of hunger, depending on economic circumstances. But today a lot of people are gig workers or freelancers whose income is far from consistent. What is certainly common or not unusual for there to be seasonal food insecurity or one coming in and out of the security and that against you Point gig economy. It could be our essential workers who are farmers, and much of their income is based on seasonal rotation of crops. We also know of course, that folks began as they're making tree off. Sometimes their assets are coming in, and they're able to live off those for quite some time. But a situation may come or a health crisis cooker that's unexpected in that put someone in a food insecure state, though it does change depending on a variety of circumstances, and also note that we have a lot of built in inequalities within our structures institution in this country. And so though helpful, maybe doing Well and being able to make ends meet for many years. There may be the circumstances that change the last idiotic cetera. That family made their individual, maybe food insecure for a period of time until they're able to re secure that financial foundation for their life Being food, insecure, even for just a little while, is a major risk factor for poor health. A recent study in the sage journals shows that independent of all other factors, food insecurity, Khun drastically increase the chances of an early death. We found that the drift of the people in America who are secure Eventually have a high chance of dying from any cause of that heart disease. And that is a striking finding good extended dance of death for insecure people After 10 Years of increases, 50%. That's Dr John Dee, scooped on Donny, professor of Public Health at New Mexico State University co author of the study, not a sophisticated multiple models. Adjusting for different types of actors. And yet no matter how much you account for just being food, insecure from a few years after a long duration, profound impact on someone's help. On the train, the heart, the liver, the kidney, and so any cause of death is more prominent in for insecure people essentially being food, insecure challenges your body medical autism, and then you're depending on your supply in the body, putting supplies. And those declining over time and eventually the challenger system so heavily but a liver stops function and people underground Club Gen. Donny says the increase in heart disease death as a result of food insecurity is especially striking 75% greater over 10 years than in people who are not food in secure. The reasons are fairly clear. Cheaper foods are generally less heart healthy. And there are few things more chronically stressful than not knowing where your next meal is coming from when an individual is going through this difficult and very stressful, my nontoxic, stressful experience that if they're making a stray off, perhaps again purchasing, inexpensive and healthy food That can lead to perhaps previously controlled diet related diseases becoming uncontrolled, uncontrolled diseases. Such a society that can lead to complications like kidney disease, identities and nerve damage. Often food insecurity and poor health combined to create a vicious cycle with no way out. If someone enters a cycle of food, insecure or their household is experiencing an unexpected and extensive medical crisis are often forced to engage in the financial coping strategies. And it includes the consumption of cheaper foods often that are hiring calories. But Lauren nutritional value and the reliance on the left healthy food can lead to poor nutrition and chronic diet, really, and diseases. Ensuring these diseases can worsen existing disabilities or other illnesses and results in an inability to work and bring in that previously the cheese income. What's more, the

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World Health Organization estimates that 10% of the world's population has been infected by the coronavirus

Bloomberg Markets

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

World Health Organization estimates that 10% of the world's population has been infected by the coronavirus

"Radio than 35 Million Covert cases are confirmed around the world. But the World Health Organization estimates roughly one in 10. People are more than 760 million may be infected. W wait, show head of the health emergencies, Dr Michael Ryan says the vast majority of the world remains at risk. We know the pandemic will continue to evolve. But we also know we have the tools that work to suppress transmission and save lives right now Head of the W. H O is calling for global solidarity and support of those at the front

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Rise in Unemployment Claims Signals an Economic Reversal

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Rise in Unemployment Claims Signals an Economic Reversal

"The pandemic looking like it could be around for a while and the impact on the economy uncertain. And, of course, unemployment benefits in this month. Caleb Silver is the editor in chief for invested PDS. We were not expecting one point for one million Americans fought last week. We're expecting less than that. The resurgence of the virus and the consequent shutdown of economies and businesses around the country needs employers had to lay people off again. So this is not what we wanted to see at this point in the recovery and as you mentioned right there July 20 seconds when the last $600 we check those out. There's no extension. There are a lot of folks going to be hanging in the balance here. You know, Caleb, I had read something that the president was thinking about extending it. But for less money, you know, there's been that big debate how people are making more, You know, not going backto work. Why should they go back to work if they're getting so much money? So there's that consideration to weigh what we call a moral hazard, And it's actually up to Congress on whatever bill they agreed to. Whether to extend that $600 a week. There's talk of making it $500 a week for the Treasury secretary today said 70% of a person's income. You can be very hard to figure that out because we all have various income. So that just shows you how much uncertainty and how exactly is where we're running to the end of these of these checks going out on July 25th The fact is, the stimulus checks have helped Americans pay the rent paid the mortgage. The fridge with grocery stay afloat in the mist of this crisis that has 35 million people about claiming unemployment in some 54 million out of work since the pandemic together. And, of course, Caleb. We make the distinction between that for the unemployed versus the stimulus check which people have been getting the $1200 or whatever it works out depending on your your income. Soon. Both have been key factors. And both has helped raise the personal savings rate in May and in June because a lot of folks we're spending it on the necessities. But they were also putting money away for a rainy day. Not thinking that the rainy day would last throughout 2020 But given where we are in the recovery of stopping and starting in the least on the re stopping, it looks like it's going to be a long recovery. And folks you're gonna have to brace themselves by saving as much as they can and cutting down On their extension.

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"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"And who are you to say that they're going to be the one that's going to be the winner in ten fifteen years. Right. And that's the only thing I had to say, I think crypto and blockchain all those are phenomenal innovations. I think they're going to have a place to stay here or some variation of it. But I I can't tell you that they're going to which which one of the ripple is a theory is a bitcoin leg who's going to win the game come ten years from now. I don't know. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's exactly are thinking technology is amazing. Read the dick. No, I think the blockchain technology is like world changing, but the coins themselves. It's yeah. Who knows still? Yeah. Who knows who knows? And that's the thing is like, I don't know is g-gonna be here in ten years. Like, I don't know why invest in index fund. All right. Well, let's let's wrap it up here. I know you've you've kept we kept the a little longer than we promise. Appreciate your time. It's been fun. Yeah. So really quick before we wrap up. What's a book or something that you just tend to kind of reference yourself of really cool. Just you get a Hawes every time we read this thing they like to recommend here on the show. Yeah. Like, I don't know Hoss from it. But I do like if I'd like reinforcing is big on like the stoicism. So so I like the way that the daily story by Ryan holiday, and the reason I like it as it's like what three hundred sixty five like little one pager, and they sometimes they're like two pagers. So super easy reading which I'm a huge fan of right? And it's just reinforcing and motivating I'll tell you the thing.

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"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Traffic does your your college investor website yet? So I mean last month we had I mean, this is you know, ten years in the making. But last month we had three point five million visitors. Those are unique visitors center about six million page views when I left the site. We are probably about a million are when I left my day job. We're probably right about a million unique visitors a month. So you've ripped it up a lot since then. But obviously did a lot of work at prior to that point too. Eight. I kind of you blogging is like it's compound interest. Right. You write this article, and you put this work in you know, it might not necessarily do anything of fron. It's like, you know, you're earning your one cent of interest, right? But over time that like one cent compounds compounds in compounds, and that's why you know after ten years, you really do have this large nest. Egg, right. Yeah. No. I love that analogy. The obviously coming from you the finance guy compound interest. So many people get have stumbling blocks when it comes to any kind of content or even Facebook ads seeing it through to you know, sometimes they kill it. Too fast. As now work in two days later, I doesn't work, but guess what it could've taken a week. Actually, are we we see every piece of content that we put on the internet as a new asset that we're putting out there. Every like this podcast interview. We're doing right now is another asset that's going to be in the mix. Once it's live and out there, and it's going to generate little bits of revenue for us, but compounded like you said after hundreds of episodes and hundreds of blog. Hosts that heads up to a lot overtime totally. And you have to realize there's also like you get better as you go. So when you're starting out like, let's take content as a generic thing. Right. So you have ten pieces of content that you put out there. When you first start maybe one in ten if you're lucky like takes off. But it's probably even worse than that. Probably like half in ten right? You probably had to go out to twenty of the content one in twenty. But then as you keep practicing in getting better and learning how to share your content how to promote it how to structure it all this kind of stuff like even the best of us. And you guys probably see this like I think I put myself about three in ten to four in ten of my pieces of content are quote, unquote successful. It's still it's it's it's half. Art. It's half-science. You never know. But like you don't start there. Either right now. Yeah. You're you're exactly right. You kind of figure out. What resonates what are some gaps in the market? Maybe you some tools for that. Or Yasser customers, you leaders? There's a lot of ways you can find indications of what's gonna hit or not. But they don't always hit like you said, they don't even when you think it's like like I've had that too. I was going to be the greatest thing ever. I can't believe it took me so long put all this work. It's like a bust and you're just like, oh, man. No. That feeling very well. That's why. So like what was saying this interview like this will get re purposed or reconstructed in? I don't know one of at least five different ways, different pieces of content in different formats. So if you're allowing yourself to spread the deck or yeah. The systems to do that. That's how we kind of hedge our bet a little bit. Yeah. Is by spreading that out in a different modalities or ways that people can consume this and take an action whenever we point them to. Yeah. I mean, like, I mean, that's kind of one of my big checks day to is. Now that I have this archive is we I dig back in my archives a lot and I- repurpose content..

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"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"I mean, I would sell stuff on EBay, and I still I have things listed on EBay right now that I'm trying to flip. So. I always liked to do other things and like any kind of venture. I can find into it. So what point did you decide? Okay. I'm getting out of target like where was the where was that sort of like tipping point where you finally decided? Okay. I don't really need to work at target anymore. I can go time on this. Yeah. It was really hard. So the the website, and my business had started earning more than I was making it my day job about two and a half years. Three years before I left target. Put target was easy. Like, I've been doing it for so long when you're the store manager at target like there's nobody above you. Right. So like, I would see my district manager Miami. Like once once a month, and I talked to her on the phone, maybe another two times a month. But like, you know, I don't really have a boss over my shoulder all the time and as long as I did my job, right and things were running. Well, like everyone stayed out of my business. So I found it to be really easy in the paid. Really? Well, and so like at the same time, I was I was reading more outside of it. I was earning really well at my job that was I liked it. It was easy. But it came to a point where my kids started getting older. So I'm a five year old and a two year old at this point in time. There was it was like a three year old in like, you know, nine month old, right? And I was looking at my year in my time and my kid. Starting to demand more time. And it was like, you know, the one drawback about target is it still requires you to physically be present. Right. So even on the job was easy. Like there would be days. Like, I would literally just have to go into unlock the door. Because if you don't show up the store does literally doesn't open, right. And that was hard when you had kids and time constraints, and then when you look at the holiday season, it's night, it's weekends. And it's you know, thanksgiving through Christmas. And I just was like why am I doing this? Right. One of the things. I talk about a lot of my blog. And it was, you know, show me your time in show me your money. And I'll show you what you've Al you. And I would say things like I value, my family and I valued at time I spent with my family, but I wasn't necessarily living Matt right? Like, I would go to target, and I would literally just sit there, and it wasn't I card full shirts in stock boxes..

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"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Boone Buksh pong pong Butch boom. What's up everybody? You're listening to the hustle and flow chart podcast schmuck? Wolf and Joe fear. Boom picky. I just want this to go down on record that Joe fear. Just threatened to beat me. With a crutch. The one crutch I have here that was Mads needs gone wasn't collecting my debts from years of knowing you and he's bad at paying off debt. And I'm just kidding. All right. Can't be. Yeah. Skewed. My foot up the other day. So I'm guessing around still weekly ter- with one crunch. Yup. My wife says I should have to though, hey, but speaking of that if you hear in the news later this week that Matt wolf was beat up by a random dude with crutches. You know, what happened? Watched south you keep that much. I don't know why you'd be a random dude people would probably like he was beat up by his business partner. Cops are just like, yeah. Go figure that out. Well, you know, what we're talking to someone. That's really freaking awesome local guy, local, dude, he seems to kind of be in our neck of the woods. He's a he's an old school boy buddy of yours. Hold school. All the way down to middle school crazy friend of my wife little closer back in those days went to high school with her as well. My wife Heather, and he just and this is Robert farrington, by the way, we're talking about. And he runs a site called the college investor, which is one of the top, personal finance blogs. Did not know that at all met him, you know, in some restaurant bar thing. Maybe a month ago. And can remember him over all the years cod? Up of what we're all doing? I'm like, holy moly. You are doing some really interesting stuff in a completely different space that we operate in. But he's he's doing all these cool stuff with content and traffic Reddit quarrel, a whole bunch of stuff we? What it out with? And he totally laid it all out. He doesn't hold any punches. I would I would say this episode is sort of broken up into three sections. Right. So the first section. Well, okay. We talk about his story and kind of how he got into the business and then beyond that it's sort of broken up into three sections. We deep dive into a content marketing strategy, and like a a way to consistently create content for your business, and content calendars, and all that sort of thing. And then we deep dive into traffic strategies, and I'm not talking about what we're normally talking about in this one we touch on SEO a little bit..

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"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Absolute in case in point you know we tried to develop this protein buck we have a great recipes arena nine we we we know it's going to be incredible it's going to help with weight loss it's going to help with health but there are no other protein buzz in the industry that don't have a syrup or filler and so we honestly wave in even if they pretend they don't like some prebiotics cassava fiber but it is yeah went to so many bar companies probably twenty we was so sick of like their reaction no you can't do it this is not without a dried fruit paste or yet and we're like he she can we're like cat telling them how to do it like hold on whipping in the industry for years so in the end would build our own facility built our own machine on jolly machines and so you know we're doing sales because we don't believe you count we believe you can and now we're doing it in so that's spinout meant tra not listening to the negatives and sang on sorry we can i love your energy i utilize bouncing back and forth as great synergy between the tovia i love it it's really great to hear could stuff because wow wow so did you ever have mentors in your life did you have anybody that guided you gave business advice so that you looked at that you thought wow that person's inspirational when you followed some of their footsteps at risk out parents who have no business at all that because they not.

"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"It's quick it's easy it's that's what it's about you just said what's happened we didn't really win never put that into words but actually that's correct that's what happens so you should write a book or something i'm sure you already have now that's why i can feel your pain on the book side of things it is very yeah but you're exactly right let let you community that you marketing at maine as just it's so powerful we so grateful to full that because the that's what propelled this whole message now when people's yes exactly pro when people congratulate us on us accessible like no you know it's you it's you we push it back right back to to mama's at which was the community we call mama's yeah and then they have done it for us love those a love that so knowing marketing dulles spin just if you're listening right now just remember that no marketing dulles bent on your side that's that's amazing yeah and now of course l publisher random house spent marketing dollars now i'm sure that they do i don't really know what the particulars but you know with what what what style home message nothing nothing was spent except except women telling others about what they spear and just so you know just of this people out there who want to do it more of an the an original way we don't necessarily feel like the journey with the book company is any better the majority alone you to try to to try out new shoe.

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"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"My goodness and you know yep publishing is is is one way to go but l community it it's out community that pushes everything is it's not really us if you plan a than a label what he better than a whole like pia firm out community because it's just woman woman powell all we had was the facebook community in office book and same same group of welcome in markets books now they should just tell they friends they they get together they hold groups in their homes like come on the next healthy mama book is out let's read it together companies now loss to unite facebook community yes and so you don't outside we really promote recipes and we get on there we're doing things like that but i think if you haven't engaged audience that's your marketing that you marketing right there totally as you know i teach a little bit of branding and marketing myself and some of the points that i really focused on when i am bringing my students to my wing is three things is easier to be different than it is to be better so you know trying to be better than everybody else storytelling is a huge key right and you guys have an incredible story and community is really where it's at right so you've built this community where they're the mouthpiece for you you know you don't have to to mock it as much as self because they are banning together and you've also found you edge now you've found what makes your brand magnetic.

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"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"3.5 million" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Well i guess i'll speak this pearl he always is to i think l frustrations many other women's shared we were so confused in sick of hard diets sick of we went done i mean so many people i think i'm in the end that's why it resonated so many other mamas were done in their sick of like dire gu's telling them what to do those sick of duct is telling them what to do they wanted to know from other mas yes and feel like we kind of suffer through the oppression of the tight we're home kind of gives a depression it's like you kind of see diet and food through the lens that's very dark and dismal and all its richt and all is kat an all shocked and we kind of like really wanna find food free to wiz food freedom and we found a place of food freedom and we wanted to share it with the mamas and bailey i love it because it's not the shots in cons yeah is it a wise and what you can have yeah so i i think that's why we didn't we don't win out businesswoman mean whatever has happened to us has just been through the message not l savvy business approach so hampson you know pencil currents oh wow so that's great isn't it funny how you know you have this problem and you like someone needs to solve this usually that's a good business idea is a good place to start.

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