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A highlight from URGENT! How To Get Your Real Estate Listings SOLD NOW! (Part 2)
"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. Welcome back. Today is day two, how to get your real estate listing sold. So Julie, without any further delay. Yes, that's right. So this is the continuation. We did points one through five. We're starting on six today, about 11 unexpected ways in addition to a price reduction or instead of in some cases to get those listings to move. And remember this is point number six. So if you've not heard the first few points, make sure you go back and listen to those points because they're really critical that you are tuning your mind to the fact that there are a lot of ways to get properties correctly positioned on the market so they meet the buyer's expectation, i .e. priced correctly. And also if you happen to have a listing that is out of alignment with the market's expectation, how you can make it more competitive in addition to or maybe instead of, thank you, a price reduction. So make sure you read our notes. All of our notes from today's podcast, all of our notes from every podcast are down below in the show description. If you're on YouTube, it's very easy. Just click Show More or on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, all the billions of different places you guys listen to us. Scroll down, read the notes. They're all there. We obviously include about 1 ,000 % more in addition to the notes. When you were listening, you were noticing that Julie and I, because in the comments I'm reading what you guys are saying, we often do talk about things that are I think more drilled down than what our notes are. But the notes are there for you to use to remind you to essentially what to say, how to say it when you're speaking with your sellers or buyers or whatever's relevant. But also there's a link for you to join Premier Coaching. Thousands of you have joined Premier Coaching in the last year. From what we understand, it is the nation's number one coaching program. Why are so many agents joining Premier Coaching program? Well, a whole bunch of reasons, but the best reason is because it's a coaching program designed for this new market, for the agents that are willing to do what they don't want to do and they don't want to do it at the highest level. As a result of that mindset, on the other side of that mindset, when you have the skill set necessary, you're going to experience success at levels that you can only dream of because how do I know that's true? Because we have, guess what, thousands of coaching clients that are telling us that. So the link to join Premier Coaching is below. So scroll down and click the link or just go to premiercoaching .com. Take 17 seconds to join. Yes, we've timed it. If you type faster than me, you could probably do it in 10 seconds, but the link to join is right there and you have immediate access to the entire first level of Premier Coaching. All right, so again, this is part two, starting on point number six, 11 unexpected ways to get your listings to sell faster. Now, any of these ways can happen upfront as soon as you take the listing. They can also be added to the comments after you've had the listing for a while, as some of you are sitting on listings you're surprised that haven't sold yet. And we can also do more than one of these points at the same time on those listings. So you have some flexibility on this. All right, so other ways to add some perks and get these listings to go faster. Point number six, add a $1 ,000 commission bonus to a buyer's agent if it's pending by a certain date. Now, if it is more expensive, you could add a $5 ,000 bonus. You can add a $10 ,000 bonus if it's over a million dollars. If it's over $5 million, adjust accordingly, but add a commission bonus to the buyer's agent if it's pending by a certain date. The builders are doing this. You better do it as well, especially if you have a lot of builder competition. I know, I saw, I think it's from Lenar, it might've been KB homes in San Antonio. There are some agent bonuses as high as a 6 % to the buyer side. That's amazing. And it's not just on one house either. There's like lists and lists of this stuff. Do you remember, Julie, back in 2007, 2008, we had coaching clients who their sellers had like, I remember one in particular is a Lamborghini. It was like a year old Lamborghini and it was during a hard time for the seller and the car had depreciated. The house was, they still had equity, but they wanted to sell the house before the house was worth less than they owed on it. This was a totally different market, not work that we're experiencing now. So they actually included the Lamborghini in the sale of the property and the buyer's agent that ended up buying it, ended up representing the buyer to purchase it, took the Lamborghini in lieu of their commission because the buyer didn't give a rat's, you know, what about a car? I know. Well, I mean way to be creative, right? Right. I recently saw back and forth on one of the Facebook agent pages where an agent was talking about how their broker had invested in some kind of thing where it was like a vacation voucher that they could use on any listing. And you know, I was, what was crazy was the, the other agents on this social media thing like piled on, well, if you have to do that, you must have overpriced it and that seller must be crazy. And what is this, a timeshare? And it was like insane back and forth. And go you, whoever posted that, who said, no, actually we feel it's a smart thing to do to put on all of our listings, to have a little extra something to make sure that we're shown first. I mean, that was a very professional response. There were two vacation vouchers. One was for the buyer's agent. One was for the buyer and they didn't have to use it, but it was like X percent off of their travel. I thought it was pretty crafty. Okay. So along those lines, hopefully we're motivating you guys for what we're motivating you towards is wanting to sell more expensive listings because the tchotchkes obviously are better. Well, they get better. If our first two stories didn't do it, this one might. So Ben Salem, I know you're going to mention this. Yeah. Well, cause he sells a lot of beautiful luxury real estate and he works with a lot of, you know, high end, not in Los Angeles, exactly, uh, buyers and the bird streets and the rest of it. And he's not very, I, Ben's one of my favorite coaching clients of all time cause he's not high profile and yet he sells a lot of expensive homes and he doesn't, you know, he's not, he's not peacocking around about his success. He just gets the job done. That's right. So, uh, one of the things he did on a particular really weird house that was owned by a, I won't mention who is, it was a celebrity, uh, well fallen celebrity, I should say a fallen star. In any event. So this property in particular was very difficult to sell, had a lot of condition issues, um, the whole thing. And so what Ben did is he put an incentive on it that he would pay for the buyer's agent. It was all disclosed. Everyone knew about it. Nothing under the table, nothing like that to take a private jet and fly to Las Vegas stay at the wind and he was going to pay like the whole thing. It was just some ridiculous, some sporting thing or something. I don't remember. You know, I think it was not related to some event. It was something. Yeah, something like that. Anyway, that's what he ended up doing and he took a bunch of pictures and it became a big, you know, hoopty do for the buyer's agent. And it was something that got Ben's name on the radar for other listings that may have been a little cantankerous to sell and he got more listings from it. Point being, if you're in a marketplace where something isn't selling, the answer isn't always lower the price or if it is, it's lower the price and do some things that are more creative to hype up the listing, especially true in upper end listings where the house needs a lot of repairs, updates, that type of thing. Yeah, that's right. One of the problems with big luxury homes is there's more to do when it gets outdated and it's more expensive. You know, I can just see, I can just, I feel in the collective unconscious of all of the, you know, worn out buyer's agents from the previous market. They're like right up, you know, about time we get a few perks out of this, right? We feel you guys, we understand. So we were talking about doing a commission bonus. Always do a new seller's net sheet when you're adding any of these sellers concessions to the transaction. Make sure the seller knows how their bottom line will be impacted. Many of these concessions will actually cost less than a price reduction would have or make the price reduction smaller when combined with the concession. But make sure you're translating it into actual dollars so your seller's not surprised. And you know, again, advanced coaching here, but sometimes you can get your title escrow company to actually make those for you. So they're actually seeing all the expenses. I'm not saying your net sheets aren't accurate, but it's a little bit more authoritative in some sellers eyes when it's coming from the title escrow attorney type thing. So another thing you can do to give yourself a more professional veneer in the marketplace where it's the agent has the skill set that's going to get the listing. So don't avoid doing a seller's net sheet just because you don't know how to do it. Get some help. And there are some MLS is that allow you to plug in those numbers and they know how to figure your taxes and all that. But I agree with you. The title or the closing attorney can certainly do that for you. And it's not weird to ask them to do that. That's normal. Okay. Number seven, seller does not require inspections waived. Again, a new concept that replaces the old markets as is requirements. We talked about that a lot yesterday, so make sure you go back and listen to that, especially at how we tied it in at the end of yesterday's podcast to buying a home warranty at the time you take the listing and including seller's coverage and then having the house pre -inspected and having the repairs on the property done. So that when the buyer walks in, they're seeing that the property was pre -inspected, the repairs are done and the house comes with a home warranty. We are trying to position you so that you can compete against not just other resales, but also new construction. Very well put. Point number eight, have your favorite lender create a rate sheet to give away at showings and open houses. The rate sheet should show three different ways of purchasing the home. You can also attach that to your home brochure in your home brochure box. You could do a 30 year fixed, a 321 buy down, a 723 adjustable or a 525 adjustable. All of these can get a lower interest rate and lower payment. My favorite one is to just buy down points like the builders do and to lock in a lower rate for a 30 year fixed. But there are other creative ways to combat higher interest rates. We didn't say this yesterday, we should say it today. When you're doing things like what we suggested yesterday and today and you're being more creative and the seller is contributing money to buy the points down, in the description you can say at list price seller agrees to buy the points down, making the interest rate in a 30 year fixed rate mortgage, this payment range and that type of thing. So at list price, you can buy a little bit of insurance for the seller so that if the buyer comes in low and the seller is even inclined to accept it, that they're not also then going to have to concede to all those other concessions that they used as incentives to get the offer in the first place. Great point because you don't want to sign the seller up to both have to take something lower and to contribute 10 ,000 in closing costs or what have you. But don't be surprised when you do have, especially in a market where listings are harder to sell, where the buyer's agents do come in and they do ask for a lot of different things, you're just going to have to work through it. And again, we teach you how to do that in Premier Coaching, except the old days of throwing a dart against the board to price it and then waiting for the offers to come in over list price or long over. You have to have the skill set now, not just to list properties correctly and get them sold, but also how to counsel your buyers to get the properties. This is a new market. This is a skills -based market. Those of you are willing to learn the skills and do what you don't want to do and you don't want to do at the highest level, you're going to have an unprecedented, massive, unbelievably exciting real estate future. Yes, you brought up a little minor but important point because we're working through the transition of a super hot seller's market on every single listing that hits the market, no matter where you live, to a more adjusted, more reasonable, more normalized market. Now, we've been talking about how to buy down interest rates and do some more creative financing, which freaks some of you guys out. It makes you think, oh, I heard about that during the housing crash and adjustable rates are evil and we can't do that. I've seen some of this manifest in things like a seller will have an offer brought to them by their listing agent where the buyer is asking for closing costs. And the seller and the listing agent, their reaction is, well, if they need closing costs, they must not be a very strong buyer. That's a weak, truthfully, that's a weak agent. But you understand where they're coming from. Totally, completely. You understand why that's happening. But that's a weak agent who did not properly position the seller when they put the house for sale. This goes back to skills, guys. Now, I even have an instance of that, Federico in L .A. had a builder react like that when somebody asked for closing costs, even though they came in at list price doing what the builder asked because they asked for some closing costs. Builder was like, well, they, you know, why would I take that? They must not be very strong of a buyer. Just because somebody asks to get help getting a better interest rate does not mean they are a weak borrower. It means they're actually pretty smart about what they're doing. So you'll have a choice, Mr. Seller. You either lower the price by $30 ,000 or we actually give concessions to the buyer so that they can buy the interest rate down or cover the buyer's closing costs. Because the buyer is using all of their money, they need all their cash basically as their down payment to qualify for the mortgage. Now interest rates went up, they're going to need concessions to basically buy the rate down so they can afford the payment, qualify for it. Or Mr. Seller, you can just lower the price by 30 grand and we can hope and pray that we get another offer six months from now. It's up to you. Right. And in fact, if the seller were to counter it, you know, up for 10 grand and I'm going to pay 10 grand in closing costs, their net, you guys get focused on the wrong thing sometimes. Do the net sheet. The net to the seller is list price minus coming down 10 grand minus 10 grand to closing costs. Isn't that the same as taking a price of 20 grand less? It is. But that's, by the way, one of the techniques we show you when you have someone that's trying to fight with you over your commission is you don't get them to focus on the commission. You get them to focus on what their net is and in a marketplace where what almost all the houses, well, most, most, all real estate in the United States, according to Julie's statistics two days ago on podcast has increased by at least 45, 49 % since 2019, 49 % okay. So here's the thing. If they have to come down 2%, they're probably going to be okay. And if you're having them battle you over price or I'm not paying the $360 for a home warranty, you need to move their eyes to the bottom of the net sheet and circle with a red pen, their net, and then you need to get, have them understand that they've won the real estate lottery. Congratulations. Exactly. Okay. Number nine, find out if your seller has an assumeable mortgage. What's the rate and what are the requirements? Advertise this in your MLS description as well as in your home brochures. all Just note FHA, VA, and USDA mortgages are assumeable and some other loans are as well. All you have to do to find out is call whoever's servicing the mortgage. There are ways to look it up online as well, especially if it's FHA and VA, you can go to hud .gov and look it up by loan number. My beautiful wife, what are you, what assumption are you making? That they even know what an assumeable mortgage is. Correct. You're assuming, you're assuming they knew what an assumeable was. You were making an assumption. Well, I'll explain it quickly. So basically, someone's taken out one of these FHA, VA, USDA mortgages and let's say they have a fixed interest rate of say 3%. And let's say the property is worth, they paid $400 for it and now it's worth $500. If the buyer comes up with $100 ,000 or whatever the spread is between the market value and what they own the loan and they qualify with release, in other words, the FHA, VA, USDA has to, the person has to have decent credit and obviously... They have to be able to qualify for the mortgage. They can assume, they can actually assume the mortgage of that seller. So they themselves can have that ridiculously low 30 -year fixed rate mortgage. Now I'll even make it more interesting for you. Let's say your buyer only has $50 ,000 down, the house is worth $500, the USDA mortgage is only $400, the interest rate is 3%, the payment's obviously a heck of a lot less than it would be if they went out into the marketplace now and got a loan. But the buyer only has $50 ,000, but other than that, they qualify. You can get the seller to give them a second mortgage for the $50 ,000. And I don't want to get into the weeds on that, but this is something we talked about in Premier Coaching and we talked about in previous podcasts, but you can make deals happen where other people don't even see opportunity. That's called skill. Yeah, and that's even better than doing a rate buy down or an adjustable. I mean, potentially it's pretty killer. Just to overview, if you want to, you know, hopefully some of you are having some sparks fly in your minds, what would happen is the seller would give the buyer a second mortgage, I'll stick with $50 ,000, that is an actual lien against the property. So that means every month the buyer is going to be making the payment, now the owner of the new house is going to be making a payment on the first mortgage and on the second mortgage. You can do, and you will use an attorney to do this obviously, but then what will happen is the second mortgage, let's say the first mortgage is 30 -year fixed, the second mortgage might have a three -year arm. In other words, they're going to make the payment on that $50 ,000 for three years and then they have to pay the seller back the $50 ,000 or refinance it or there could even be a covenant in there, a carve out where if the seller agrees, you know, they can continue the mortgage, right? It's not just a balloon payment. It could be essentially... You can write it however you want. Exactly. You can write it however you want and if the interest rate makes sense and the payment's been made on time, I bet you that a seller is going to be more than happy to continue to have that $50 ,000 paid over terms because maybe the interest rate is great and they're making more money on it than they would investing in other places. You have just put a buyer in a house that they normally wouldn't have necessarily been able to buy because they didn't have the down payment and now you put them in a house or they can get the mortgage assumed. The reason that this is very powerful because a lot of the properties that are FHA, I'm not going to say VA, but FHA, well, I'll just lean into USDA. They're going to be more rural type properties and some of them are going to be working farms and small farms and things like that where you're going to have to be more creative to get the property sold. This is the type of information that gives you an unfair advantage and every marketplace makes you more confident, makes it so that when you wake up every morning, you're bouncing off the walls wanting to share with the world your real estate knowledge. I have seen some of these assumables already happening because smart agents have figured this out. I have a question for you. Maybe you don't know. I need to research this. Let's say that you have a seller that has an FHA assumable, but they've owned the house for like five years, which means they only owe 25 years. If I assume that, you pick up a 25, that's another advantage, right? I mean, that's huge. Yeah. You've just shaved off five years that you don't even have a 30 year. You've got a 25. They don't recast the mortgage, Julie. That's what I thought. That's what I thought. I just wanted to make sure I had it right. But the same goes true. Like when you and I started selling real estate, there was a whole bunch, well, they were hard to find, but they were just sweetheart deals. And there were assumables out there where people had paid off half the loan. It was a 30 year and it was 15 years left. You'd pay them their equity and you'd basically have a 15 year loan. I know. It's amazing. And I was just reading, I think on housing wire, that a surprisingly large amount of this recent, you know, when we had all these low interest rates for several years, a lot of those, and some of them will be assumable, because rates were so low, people got 15 year loans when they refi'd or when they purchased in the first place because the payment was, you know, normally you wouldn't do a 15 year because the payment is higher, but with rates the way they were, it made sense to do 15 year. How are you going to use this information? First of all, ask your seller what type of mortgage that they have. Don't assume, here, I'll give you, assume they have an FHA mortgage or a Fannie or Freddie until proven otherwise, or a VA or, you just assume that they have a mortgage where there's a carve out for it to be assumable. And if you're in a marketplace where things are hard to sell, you can find out if they do because I promise you again, your sellers won't know. Find out if it's assumable. And then if it is, you have the ultimate unfair advantage when getting that property sold. A hundred percent. Because again, back to our example from yesterday, if it's that listing, which is an assumable at some outrageously, now outrageously low interest rate, and you're advertising that in your agent comments and there's four other homes that meet the buyers criteria, who do you think is going to get shown first? I'm going to even take this to the next level. If you are smart, which all of you are, otherwise you would be listening to our podcast, you're going to think, well, how can I pick up rental property this way? Because a lot of these mortgages, FHA, VA, USDA, the mortgage criteria to qualify in the first place is a little lower. You can actually use what would have been your commission as a, towards your down payment. And you can assume these low rate mortgages and you can actually start walking into rental properties. There you are. See? All right. So point number 10, use 1 -800 -HOME -HOTLINE on your for sale signs to generate leads and possibly sell your listing yourself. One of the best solutions to a listing sitting on the market too long is to sell it yourself. 1 -800 -HOME -HOTLINE .com. So also refer to past podcasts about that system. We're not going to dive too deep into that today, but capture unlisted phone numbers, answer zero transfer calls, or immediately call the prospect back. Secret, many of your initial calls will actually be from neighbors of your listing. Those are also listing leads guys. And that website, by the way, and the product is getting totally revamped. So anyway, go to 1 -800 -HOME -HOTLINE .com. Full disclosure, Julie and I own 50 % of that company. Yes. With a partner with one of our original listings, oddly enough. Actually, he was our first seller, wasn't he? Oh my gosh. We forget that sometimes. I know. Well, it's all related, right? Yep. Okay. Point number 11, use a home brochure box next to or attached to your for sale sign. There is an art to the home brochure. Of course, highlight all the attributes of your listing using 800 -HOME -HOTLINE and including your email address. But in addition to this, there's lots of different ways you can utilize the home brochure to make your phone ring. Now we have a podcast that we've done two or three times in the past called How to Hot Rod Your Real Estate Sign or Your Brochure Box. So there's all kinds of things that we did in a dedicated podcast on that. This is all about the fact that in many cases, you're going to have to sell your own listing because the buyers, agents, you know, a whole bunch of reasons. I'll give you guys a really good example. You'll remember this. It was our neighborhood in New Albany Country Club and there was a listing that was for sale when we moved there, expired, got listed with somebody else and expired again. I remember. And it was like caddy cornered to our backyard and they were moving back to Hungary. I think it was Hungary. Something like that. Yeah. And they're the nicest people ever. Super nice people. So we ended up listing the property and I was shocked the house hadn't sold. Me too. It's a good house. It was great. It was a typical expired where it basically gets a lot of activity when it's new. The local agents, you know, stopped showing it because there's other new listings, the whole thing, right? If you look at the curve on showing activity, it's really, you know, two weeks, three weeks and after that it starts to drop off pretty precipitously and after it's been for sale for 30 or 45 days in virtually all markets, the showing activity stops. Well that's what had happened to this property. But even worse, or I should say better for our advantage, even worse, the local agents were assuming that the house had some sort of problem, otherwise it would have sold. And how do I know that? I had, Julie and I had that listing. This listing I remember was five or 600 grand and this was back in. And so this house was, we had a for sale sign obviously and we had 800 home hotline. There was somebody parked in front of the listing.
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"Because i really need something dramatic and kulik this for isaac. He's not old enough this time around but he'll be perfect for this next year i got. I got a challenge this drama somewhere else besides in scott's direction because it's not going well i wanted to also share it today here so for anybody that's watching live the if you wanna be in the minicamp then you need to do it by today. Which is july six when we are recording. Obviously those of you. Who are listening afterwards. You're welcome to come check it out because they think they're going to have a An introductory workshop as a virtual event a seventy five minute workshop in there. I believe that that's going to be available for you to purchase and it's going to be a digital product but it's very cool i get. I know and now moving onto our second sponsor of the episode jess yesterday. Sponsor is swell dot life swell as a home for your voice when you're not on stage if you're not performing if you're not running clubhouse if you're not recording a podcast this is your personal audio portfolios sort of like an audio diary of sorts and also you can discover a whole new world of audio. They're short fund audio conversations that you can enjoy anytime you want and you open it up and tuned into a never ending stream of fun. Actually the i live with a never ending stream of audio so not sure that i would need a quiet space to do this necessarily but like not is not nearly as interesting conversation going on in this house is there is on swell so you can share your swell cast link with your fans and followers asked him to keep updated engaged with the stuff that you say on there. It can be random thoughts little tips stream of consciousness. And then you can also embed your little swell cast in your own website because it has a little widget that you can embed your stuff in Yeah so it's kind of like a network and it's really cool you should check it out swell dot life sweat up all right so we're going to be closing out the show with some we'll.
"321" Discussed on She Podcasts
"So it's like i do agree. Yeah totally we'd you're absolutely right. You learn how to be in a show. You don't learn how to audition or what it's going to be like once you go out. Maybe that has changed since. I've been there right and certainly you can hire a private acting coach or like there's a casting director that can tell you that stuff but there was no course that prepares you for that. Yeah exactly so that. That's what i'm talking about with a lot of this stuff that a lot of the artists and a lot of the rural like heart passionate people who really can do. The incredible are the ones that are often passed over because they don't know how to do the basic stuff like for us like marketing randy. I mean yeah that well. That's why we have. The membership is because we're trying to help fill in those blanks for our community. But but you're i hope i heart goes with that too for sure. Lisa organ agrees with me. See they never taught the business of acting no they don't oh yeah she's a she's an actor as well an actor. An actor does well. She's a over at least orcas verse over and she has a hilarious show. Wait i'm lisa. What's the name of the one where you interview famous. People remind me. Because i was on it. I don't remember the name of it. I did ariana huffington. Yes styling. I was gonna. That's right she she. I totally forgot. The name is so important that you know that s. It's the worst impression i do. Probably but it was really fun. It's a good georgia gabor. If you could go back to the project wu look me up. I'm huffington dialing. She did a good hung. It's a hungarian woman. Yeah excellent call general jew. That's my accent. Just general jill. Gio yes yeah. She's not jewish. I don't think all of my aunts or just everyone that's old in my family. All talk like this dialing sleep is so important you know you can take care of your.
"321" Discussed on She Podcasts
"I heart 'wonder-ball cut bondo von durbale. So they're moving. He's like disneyworld. I'm joking sorry. Sorry okay well. Are you going to say i'm sorry. No that. I'm glad that there's more organizations that are doing this kind of stuff and they're putting it up there and you know woo-hoo we love it. I'm excited i'm excited to partner with these companies. That's what i was gonna say. It's about time right. It's about time that these initiatives took place it is about time but in fairness iheart and spotify. They haven't been podcasting since the beginning of time. Like i would say it's under five years so i think they've spent the first couple years establishing a business model what they were going to do what they're what's it called when you put yourself in a market with a establish your something in the market. What am i talking about. You're also talking in the wrong person about. No i know you guys. I know but like sort of like Old navy versus like target versus. There's like brady aren't goals right now. But i'm saying like like who you are in comparison to everyone else's like what differentiate. Yeah i was gonna say that market differentiator like brand identity but you're you're trying to establish yourself as like just where you are in the vertical guess is what i'm trying to say and and yeah it's about time but i just wanna give them fairness because yes. It's about time that everyone do this. But these companies in specific. I think probably been planning this for a while and they're only just now like.
"321" Discussed on She Podcasts
"We'll be worth it. Yep but there's i speak elsie. You speak in the middle of the night. I i think. I know you're brain well enough to know what you what roads you go down enough to guess right now and i think it was about it was about the investment. Not only from folks that are like speaking at the event and people who are attending the event in its itself. Is that the experience that you're having when you go. There is worth it. So and i know that it's kind of like saying like this is going to be worth it but it's more about being able to show like being able to show up for the experience like there's times when folks go to disneyland or they go to like disney world and yes everything is. Maybe you don't go into any rides. Maybe you don't do anything but walk around but the walking around it gives you something right. The bill is here in north carolina to take. Its for that thing are so expensive in all you walk around you literally walk around this place because it's so beautiful and i think that there's something to be said about being to being able to have an experience and have it with your friends that also podcast which is like the crazy part of it is i think yes no i agree i mean i think i think the important thing that people should know is that not only. Is this a gorgeous destination but who are frozen frozen your back. So what i was saying in response to your excitement is not only. Is this going to be beautiful destination for people to come to and like you said. Walk around and feel it. But they is such amazing content for podcasters at every level and every coming from every experience. And they're going to leave this conference more informed hopefully a better podcast or in addition to making all of these connections and celebrating women and non violent people in podcasting. So it's i mean. I don't think there's anything like it and also to your point about the way it's gonna look. We are trying really hard to not make this like staunch corporate kind of feel to it. We want people who are attending to feel nurtured. Taken care of and like. They're having a spa spa experienced. That is just bettering them. I know patrick says it'll be a delicious comedy. Just perfect way to describe it so far. The furniture and the layout everything is delicious thing inspires connection and warm more than any conference. I've ever seen so i'm super excited. I'm an. I'm very grateful to have them and their vision. Because i don't have that. I mean i have no vision. Really look like you. And elsie have the vision for have for doing this in the first place and bringing people together in this way. So you know it's it's a movement that clearly was needed. Yes exactly mundell. So yeah so we just went out speakers. You guys wanna see You can go to. She podcasts dot com slash. Live the not a wednesday this full speaker list. 'cause we're still announcing psalm and putting things in place but we did do a i. Yeah we did a first round of confirmed peeps and they're already up and we're working on the agenda now so we're pretty excited. We've also announced some sponsors to which are going. We'll probably be on the website by the time. You hear this I don't know if anyone has questions about the event or anything like that. But if you can always reach out to me that she podcast dot com you can also reach out to jan jannaschii podcast dot com with one end..
"321" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Dec- i guess. There was a hockey player that be more practice. He was killed by a firework went to set it off. Hell went the wrong way and got him. Oh my god. I don't want to hear that. Okay another chipper story from john with your fireworks ladies and gentlemen okay lives middleman. Oh my god so can we talk about. She podcast live. Yeah we totally. Can i'm rapping. How cute as my tank top. It's so cute so very cute that would fit on my left thigh totally not even the right one just the left one and he would have to stretch to fit. That's how little that tanked up is. Do you know why it. I used to wonder. Like elsie had the smallest luggage when we would go to conferences. And i'm like why do you like pags. Everything like a backpack. She goes because we're close or the size of like a head scarf that they need to make those tank tops for big girls. I they do. They're just not flattering. Like it is pretty terrible. No i mean. I mean we can make our own. But like yeah. I have to fix the store. Let's talk about that. So we're talking about saturday night. Live she podcast live. It just came right out saturday. Night live highly. She is so cute. isn't she so. Yeah so last week. We got a bird's eye view of some of the ideas for the stage and also how the marrakesh bazaar is going to look marrakech. In other words. Well i think. That's what a bizarre is based on but this is going to be themed into the southwest location and to all of the gorgeous colors that are in the she. Podcast live logo that will carry through so get ready to be ensconced in gorgeous. Nece ensconced con artist. Thanks for the coffee. That's what you get when you give jennifer coffee ensconced so i will say this because of course i can't spill the beans even though we all know i want to because i'm the worst. But she is the worst jennifer. She's gonna let things fly. I'm not letting anything fly. Because i have a team of people who are handling this besides me and if i piss them off they'll never work with me again so i will not let it go i really i mean i just want to say that. I'm extremely lucky to have jennifer and her team. Because i'll tell you this ladies and gentlemen no conference in our industry will look the way ours will look you will. You have never seen anything before like it. You will never see anything after lake. That's how it's going to be. It is quite amazing. I was so excited afterwards. I didn't know what to do with myself. I love was like really really incredibly exciting and it really cemented why we are doing what we're doing. It really cemented it. And i had a piff unie in the middle of the night and nine did in. I woke up like this is why she podcast. Live is what it is. And i remember. I woke up. And i wrote it. But i was like i can see and i can't understand what i said but it was a really amazing epiphany that i had already well. If you can ever interpreted please let me know. I know to me member. I because of the auto correct. It doesn't make any sense. It doesn't read it to us now. In how like bet they investment but the so but why you make with always will be web it so i think it was the investment that you make with us..
"321" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Because i'm sad that i didn't make plans to go to the beach. Do it every fourth of july this year especially so because it's the first time in like six years that it hasn't rained on the fourth of july not last year but in subsequent years. I've made extreme efforts to take this little bored of fireworks and it's poured on our heads at my friend's house at the dupont country club all kinds of places. It's a huge bummer. Did you see fireworks We watched it on tv. They had fireworks where i was last night strangely but and it was so packed. It was a good energy though. Because you know people coming out of the pandemic reckon people were happy about it but you know big crowds like that. Just aren't for me especially in in the hot weather so we kind of did a drive by and then went back to my parents house drive. Good drive-by firework watching. Did you see it on saturday. Had all the fireworks set up for that night and somehow they went off in the middle of the day. Like all at once in ocean city maryland in ocean city. Yeah that was a big deal. That's where it was. I mean i was in bethany beach. Delaware but yeah. I didn't know that that's hilarious. People running for cover the thing with phone is. There's like seven thousand videos of it from different angles. I heard a bunch going off actually a couple of the ones we're discussing because that's an hour and a half away but i heard some going off in the middle of the day on the fourth of july as well but it was like three or four o'clock no sense whatsoever and clearly you weren't able to see anything so it's like what are you practicing was why in ninety works stopped blooming them. I did see. There was the worst some close by and i thought oh my gosh the thing starts at nine thirty and i thought there's no way i can't i can't drag fan on thirty soldiers saying you can't stay up to nine thirty. No it's not staying up till nine thirty. That means that the thing is going to start at nine thirty wherever it is that we're going and i don't want to be somewhere at nine thirty. Have this thing happened com home afterwards. So i don't know. I remember when i noticed that i was. It was ten o'clock. We were on in the bed already with the girls. Chillan couldn't you ascend the mountain and look towards the fireworks and see them from where we could have gone outside to look okay. We did not. Patrick thinks you should start. A new show. Called the flea coach steph league coach. Oh my gosh. Jenny said she started hearing random. Fireworks at ten am on the fourth. I think they're they're practicing right right..
"321" Discussed on She Podcasts
"Three to one. I am your co host jessica cup for men with me as always the especially giggling elsie. Escobar the mass and then our occur budgie today john dominguez. Who's mad at me. Because i guess hound during the is but it's fine that is not why is that a gasoline unprofitably gas lighting. That's right so sorry. I'm whose guys leading humor me. I'm guessing you don't even know that means girl lying. You're just out lying nicest guys. We have lots to talk about today. But i i want to introduce you to our event planner for the fall. Her name is jennifer folic rains and she and i have been friends since we were thirteen. I think yeah some thirteen fourteen somewhere in our early teens. We go ahead. Sorry what were you gonna say. No i'm saying hi to the chat. Sorry oh how are you going to see you. My gosh. i haven't seen you in so long. Missio yes we had such a good time that less conference with annika we did. It was really fun. I had also my conference. I think on we had. Yeah and big house. I missed you. yes so. Jen is here visiting. We're going to do lots of work on the event today. She got here just in time to piss john off and record with us. That is not just let her go. She's gonna show she can. She can malign me anyway. She wants to come on. That's what you're doing to me right. It's all fun and games till loses an eye right. Continue your lives okay. All right good so We have lots to talk about today. But before we do elsie. What'd you do for the fourth. Absolutely nothing fourth related at all. Do you not celebrate our freedom and independence from the british Yeah i mean it was a great liar. Whereas if i was with my family i think we would have gotten in barbecued with your family would be like a a siesta all night right. Yeah i mean we have over. That's where we sell it last time we went to la and hung out with the family over there. The all of us over there. We had a huge barbecue and everybody was in this one place that pool and you know all the things that people do all the way people same thing that all the way people do except we have different food. So what food is you did. Nothing you don't hear nothing zero nothing special nothing at all. Do you watch fireworks on tv or anything. No we didn't do anything. I feel so bad for your children. Don't fireworks on fourth of.
"321" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"321 Amazon Prime video drops their sci fi action flick this week. Tomorrow War starring Chris Pratt, who sent to the future to fight off aliens. Also look out for season two of making the cut Coming July 16th and HBO Max. Subscribers can check out the long awaited gossip Girl Reboot, which is set to premiere on July eight, featuring a new generation of New York teens written and produced by Joshua Safran of the original series. And that's new to view on I heart radio Happy binging, The free I Heart Radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview. They're the type of crimes you're shocked someone would commit. I've never been called like that in my life. That's how I felt when I learned about Father Ryan. He took every single cent from that woman and it disappeared. This guy was accused of exploiting people fraud and abuse. This man spreads pain on levels that just astounding on all of it while he claimed to save people's souls problem, then, of course, is that Brian Scott was presenting himself as a priest. That means marriages, baptisms. Faked. Father, Ryan had opened churches in at least seven different states. He has to be God think of how many people were tricked lawsuits missing money unaccounted for Funds angry, angry people, every entity that he touched. If you want answers, join me as I unravel this con. I'm Alex human, and this is season one of smoke screen. Big priest, Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one app. Records milestones first last and everything in between. What happened today in sports history on I Heart radio. How's it going, fellas? Sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history..
Coleman, Vasilevskiy Give Lightning 2-0 Lead in Cup Final
"Cup finals two games to nothing After 321 win over Montreal in Game two in Tampa last night, the Lightning's Blake Coleman broke a 1 to 1 tie with the buzzer beater at the end of the second period. Game three will be in Montreal tomorrow night. At eight o'clock, you can find more sports and access
Canadiens Eliminate Golden Knights
"Six technically Playing for the first and only time moving forward for the trophy, usually awarded to the Western Conference champions. The Vegas Golden Knights in their third Stanley Cup semi final round in the four years since they've been in existence, had a tall task ahead of them. The game would be a 21 Montreal lead deeper. The third period, the scarce crowd was on the edge of their seats with ice cold Molson Molson's being down by the minute. Time ticked and ticked. The night season was in jeopardy. But then Alec, I will take game taught tying goals for 500 leaders. Carlson out high in the slot. Tran Djalo shoots gloves, same price rebound score. Could not secure it. Vegas has tied the game. Alec Martinez poked it through the legs that goal, courtesy of Dan Do about the Vegas Golden Knights radio network. Yes, Alec Martinez, tying the game with just over a minute left into the third period. Hold off the celebration. Poutine. We were headed to overtime. I miss wrote that now I'm gonna have to go back to my notes. It will be a quick action. It would be a quick session just overnight. All right. It would be a quick 321. It's Canadian. Make it all right guys. Usually, though, the game now is tied. If you're following along, we're going over time right? It would be a quick session just over 90 seconds in a Vegas turnover led to glory. It led to a work of art Terry Dental cutting to the Net. Here's a chance. Surreal working in has sent the Canadians to the Stanley top final that call courtesy of Dan Robertson on the Canadians. Radio Network. Sing us A song are Terry LinkedIn, You are the drought ending, Man. A Montreal did in
Rapid Changes in Slow-Growing Ecosystems
"All right. Dr brian bouma. Thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. It's an honor to have you here. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is. You do short. So i am a plan to disturbance ecologist in particular so i studied things like Communities respond to disturbances like fires in wind and in particular how the edges of those things respond so my interest is in climate adaptation in one important aspect of that is the migration movement of species in response to climate change and things like disturbances and worming ends disasters. Give opportunity for that. So i tend to seek out areas of recent wildfires or windstorms or landslides and then look at how. The community is responding changing right on. Yeah i mean. Unfortunately you read the news. There's no shortage of that and a lot of ways but it also gives you know colleges like yourself a lot of opportunities to understand these dynamics but what brought you to this in the first place i mean. Were you always a plant person or do you just enjoy ecology and understanding the distribution of species. You know where did this all start for you. I was always in exploration person. I always liked wandering around in the woods. I grew up in the northwest northeast. Seattle couple hours north of seattle and spent most of my childhood wandering around the woods. Nice i always found it interesting to figure out what's wearing why maps always fascinated me and so it was a natural jump distributions of species being out in the wilderness in thinking. Well why is a species here and why is it not over there and it's a it's a natural jump into where things are geography and then my interest in forests Because i grew up in biggles forest led me to actually to disturbances because forests are fairly slow. Fairly slow moving on human time scales in many ways. It may respects up until they're not until you have his disturbed and so those quick sort of catalysts for change became an interesting target of investigation because a lot of stuff happens in a very short period of time even in a forest which has trees thousand
"321" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"But in a in a late latest reversal in the latest reversal of past administration policy. This administration's environmental protection agency is restoring. Rules that grant states. In natives or native american tribes authority to block pipelines and other energy projects that can pollute water water water ways like rivers and streams and other waterways to include protecting Dumping in some of our coastal coastal waterways in. You know it's beyond me why anyone would want to allow something like that to happen. I say beyond me but it's not truly would take a person that cares nothing about the earth or themselves truly to allow something like that to happen or to yell fellow human beings. You can't drink dirty water. You can't clean up water. That's been polluted by oil and gas. Oh yes they can try to clean it up but the water is still contaminating. And let's hypothetically say even if they were able to clean it up and make it usable. Think of the billions or at least the millions upon millions of dollars to get the water back to some semblance of potability even or even to be used on crops. My grandmother used to say it's it's better to stay out of something than it is to try to get out of something and that that term applaud that ideology and adage applies to water as. Well it's easier and less expensive to keep the water clean that it is to try to clean up dirty water. It's it's not rocket science provision in the clean water act gibbs states and tribes power to block federal projects that could harm lakes streams rivers and wetlands within their borders but as we know the last administration curtail that review power complaints from members of the republican party and and other members of congress and the fossil fuel industry that state officials news. The permitting process to stop new energy projects. Okay so again. That's all motivated by greed. That's the impetus for that review process. Being stymied had nothing to do with anything but greed. So who cares. Who cares if the water gets polluted. Well i care in many other tribal nations out there care so. I'm glad that mister reagan has taken the efforts to put an end to or at least began to put an end to this ridiculous policy that the previous administration put in place now. The previous administration said it's actions would advance then President you know who go to fast track. Energy projects such as oil and natural gas pipelines. Were you know that to be a fact instead of a supposition washington state wasn't buying it though in twenty seventeen blocked the construction of a coal export terminal and they said that there were too many major harmful effects including air pollution which i mentioned earlier. Rail safety and vehicle. Traffic new york state wasn't buying it either. Their regulator stopped a natural gas pipeline. Saying it failed to meet standards to protect streamed wetlands and other water resources so i applaud those two states for saying no. You're not going to do this no matter what the previous administration said so in a statement to the associated press the epa administration administrator. Excuse me michael. Reagan said the nation has and i quote serious water challenges to address. He also said quoting he will not hesitate to correct decisions that weakened the authority of states and tribes to protect their waters in quote. I'm glad he's gone to that. Level of commitment and he also bowed to work with state tribal and local officials to protect water while encouraging sustainable economic development and vibrant communities. Well okay that could be Political speak but we're we're going to see what mister reagan is going to do now. The article says the rule. The trump era rule were will remain in place while the epa develops a revised rule. But let's see how long it takes them to do that. I hope not hong reagan says and i quote the agency will continue listening to states and tribes about their concerns and to help address these near term challenges in quote. Now mister reagan called the restoration of the section 401 provision an improvement and an important step to reaffirm the authority of states and tribes to regulate projects that affect water quality within the borders but under the provision a federal agency may not issue a license or permit to conduct any activity that may result in any discharge into nabal waters unless the effect state or tribe certifies that the discharges and compliance with the clean. Water act act. Excuse me in state law or wave certification so that was an act of idiocy to strike down section for a one in the first place. It was just appear active idiocy. Why would somebody their right mind. Undermining the safety of our already stressed and endangered waterways doing little research folks. When you get a minute and find out how much drinkable water clean water. We actually have on this earth. It's not much it's not much at all so we need to stay on top of this. We need to hold politicians feet to the fire. When they tried to enact ludicrous laws and pass you know executive orders that threaten the lifestyle of everything on this earth. Everything living requires water clean water. You can't survive on dirty water..
"321" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"321" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
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"But Yeah so they're like okay. You're you're going to like what are you gonna do. He's going to go back. And be a grand duchess. Or you gonna go run off in be mrs dimitri thanks to sunset yes So you know. She leaves her crown behind and leaves a note for her grandmother. And said you know. We'll be together in paris soon. And so he's like they looked. It's a perfect ending. No it is beginning right well and she knew because a kind of telegraph to are like. Hey i can kinda tell you. Don't want this. i'm giving you my okay within. Go after you've got an out take a giving you one out here and it's not like you at. It's not like they can't you know you. You can't come back and see her grandmother and that can they can have the couldn't have a relationship but at the same time. It's it's like you know this this this world of of royalty and stuff. It doesn't for her it doesn't exist anymore. In fact i mean i. I love where the movie ends. I really do. I think it's just. It's just a good ending for this story for the story they said onto tell i. Don't i mean. I don't want to do a sequel. Because it could if it would it would suck that being said there's part of me that's like you know. I just kind of wonder what it would be like for her to you. Know go live with this knowledge of you know. She's a she's a princess her life could've gone so differently if you know if if Her her country wasn't wasn't in such disarray. It what would have happened. Or what is or is she. Just gonna go often not be part of this anymore. or not not be not be affected by it. I guess yeah because they leave all the politics out of it. Yeah unless you know your history is like yeah yeah. She could stay with her grandmother but she just probably would have been living in paris. Because i mean technically i guess she would. She could lay claim to the throne. But there's no thrown to claim it's all the country is no longer a monarchy. Yan will. it's it's. I mean i guess she's supposed to be a democracy but it's communism his what it's gone into this but not is not a and sean arche role in the would not be. She would not be able to go back to now which i don't think she wants to anyway There's nothing for her there anyway. No no it really isn't and as so it's like a. Oh she's gonna marry dmitri this commoner so it's not like oh you know i'm gonna marry into one of the other royal families now that's she's gonna deliver on life so it's it's probably something that i'm sure fan is covered somewhere so sure. Yeah i i might just or you know. Just enjoy this this movie. Just it's the story. The music the animation and yeah. I mean it's ninety seven so they blend the so. They put a lot of. Cg with the traditional animation. And you can tell. I don't care nicely like the the the music box designed of it is just so pretty and some of the the glittering glitter on the of the dresses and the backgrounds On this on during the perry holds the key to your heart. it's all done in He's at called impressionism. Yeah eh takes from like the fresh french impressionistic style and there's a whole bunch of like cameos of of Different french people of note. Yeah so it's show so it's very it's very clever how they do a lot of this stuff and i also love. I mean it does like the weather even doesn't quite make sense for how long it takes them to get there but you know they start in russia and it's just snowing and cold and gross and gloomy and then as and then as they leave russia is kind of more fall colors in its little brighter. But not quite you know. She's not quite there yet but then she gets to paris and it's like the springtime almost or summer. I guess so. It's just kind of like yeah. That doesn't quite make sense for the for like the seasons. How it should be but at the same time it's like it's a good you know symbolism of what's going on in the story so i i do i do like that the you go a and i and i love the bit. Where during when they're on the boat and she's still enter orphan rags and dmitry says look. I bought you address. S last time you see. You're in the rags. Because from then on she wears nice dresses and then somehow her hair grew like a foot yen. Yeah yeah that always and she. I'm not sure they had those back in the day. You can tell when she's in in her orphan outfit that her some of her hair is like. Wow no around her ponytail or how she however that works but yes she goes. Princess hair pencil twisted. Yeah yeah it's like you know. Maybe that's just that's just how it is. You become a princess and you get the hair. Maybe but yes so. It's just. I don't know it's it's a fun movie. It's always been one of my favorites and yet it's historically accurate. It never pretends to be you just you. You watch it for the story of a girl who is figuring out who she is and how and how she ends up doing that and so like an and now. It's i mean for years there was the joke of you know. Oh she's not. She's not a disney princess. People stop saying that well. Disney bought fox so that she is. She's adopted she's opted disney. Princess will.
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"That last scene where he's like posing on the subway in the trailer. It's like that is totally a power rangers lost. That's that's that's what i thought so if i'm not supposed to. Oh well yeah. I thought okay. So i've washed trailer a couple of times but did eddie of you guys catch the disney easter egg. I did not missed it. Yeah no now lightness please okay. There's a real quick shot of. It's like this whole like his father is like you know i let you live your life. You being normal or whatever And ers her shots of him. Like working in go to the grocery store and hanging out with I know if this the katie gal is like his girlfriend or or what laibach. Who is looks like. She's going to be hilariousness. She's funny but There's a shot of them at karaoke. You can see like he aquafina saying to actually until the mike. I think microphones on their hands and just laughing and singing is a real quick shot but you can see the screen behind them with the lyrics. 'cause y'all karaoke that put up the lyrics volume the lyrics. It's a quick shot. It's only like one line from the song but it's obvious the lyrics. It's a whole new world from aladdin. Wait a minute. I know those lyrics over sideways and dirt is like whatever like. I know that saw me artful dizzy easter egg. That's how you do like a disney ceric at marvel. Nothing that united in. Yes yeah well. There may be hit. Mickey learn something. I don't know i don't know about hit mickey's in the mcu. I've never really like looked into that. It probably probably do exist for those who are really really sharp-eyed. Yes i mind but that was. It's too so now when you watch the the the trailer when they a real quick shot of he aquafina karaoke. And it's like i was like ha eastern. I know what that is. Yes for one. I did miss something. Yeah he may at tricky yes. Exactly i'm like captain. America understood that reference so but yeah anyway change and the legend of the ten rings. The september hopefully won't change. Yeah although i really. I really feel like that when we can probably plan on. I still write it in pencil but looking a lot more settled. Yes but especially for the fall up so so but yeah. I i think i really know nothing about change. He and like the comic book origins and all that and they just like with everything. I don't really care. Because i'm here for it well and it's like thing like it's like i'm really excited to you. Know have something to look forward to at the movie theater. That to something that you know is actually might actually be worse going out of my house to see a movie especially the marvel movies with all the action set pieces and like the bigger bigger screen. The better. hey that was. That was a nice thing to wake up to and be like. Jj like on a monday. Yeah you shouldn't trap those too late tuesday or a avenue in there. But then they were all in like samir lou. Who's playing change. E he was like best birthday present ever. And i'm like that's day birthday to you. Happy birthday to us liking. Happy birthday to you. Thanks for the present for everybody. Yeah thanks thanks for sharing your birthday present. Happy birthday to the rest of us exactly. That's how you do it all right. So that's really it for you some housekeeping in the tangentially related Five ashamed girls podcasting universe. I guess A gold standard got. So if you're a patriot. Supporter got new episode in the feeds. You did with special guest holly talking about again. He walks star return of the jet. I uh so That was a A fun discussion always funded so e walks and i think we may have finally convinced nick to watch other star wars stuff because he's the converts quite yet Slowly edging him closer yet. I think he's i think he's finally gonna sit down and watch mandalorian egg. I don't believe the same impact. Is i think he's just to appreciate for what okay. Okay yeah okay. Yeah so and then when he way well. I hope that's the case for him in italy. I don't know about like other regions as far as disney plus but he also sounded excited to learn that the the to walk movies were available disney plus to do battle van doren caravan of courage courage s childhood. Always like i feel eight again. A sixty or seventy.
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"Just after kathleen passing crazy But Chris how the other half of the kind of the creators and owners of the blue box cafe in elgin. Just outside of chicago passed away over the weekend at the age of fifty war after battling melanoma or last year nap again. Cancer cancer sucks. There's a reason page has founded camp cages. Cancer sucks because it does So yeah if you remember us talking about when his wife kathleen passed away suddenly And i think seemingly unexpectedly what a month ago yeah yeah yeah and I i had yet to make it out to blue box but you know we had. We had chris on the show a couple years ago as as a guest and Yeah kathleen died in february. So yeah it's been a couple of months but still so close yeah so There is as a recording this. There's supposed to be open to public visitation thursday At the funeral home in elgin. And then the service will be This this friday have lincoln the show notes for information to that. If you have to. Yeah you're in. The area was a fan of the cafe The the cafe was closed over the weekend. They are supposed to be open. I think through thursday and then they're gonna close For the assuming so employees and stuff can go to the service and the like And beyond that. The future of the cafe. Is i guess up and up in the air now that both owners are passed shoot. Yeah hopefully yeah with with luck and hopefully circumstances are such as the cafe gang continue To to be open and run. Because i i would like to get up there at some point. Yeah it's it's a doctor who theme restaurant allow. Yeah and it's just one of those things it's like you hear about like i'd love to go see it or go go visit it and whatever reason either. Make it or you don't. Yeah yeah i mean in in some part of it sits a little bitter sweet cause yeah but at the same time. It's all Yeah they did. They have kids or anything or a donor. You leave so okay out. That i the not that i'm aware of okay So and i. I've been keeping up with rob southgate has been really really good about keeping a posting updates and stuff and Pity one just kind of solidarity He's been asking for people. The post Selfies of themselves preferably the socks crude. I ever if you have one that anything doctor who related you may have And Put in the show notes. I forget what the hashtag is. A hashtag Rob said a us just kind of as a community type thing so if folks want to Do that as well. That i'll put the hashtag in the show notes. So i will i will. I will keep my eyes and ears peeled for any updates as far as the the cafes future is is concerned so i hate to see a good business. Go under because of unfortunate circumstances. Yeah for sure. So sport. Local your local family owned businesses folks yet all right. Let's move on to things more. Happy so We've got from marvel As a i. don't this been intentionally plan but is it yes. It somewhat celebration of the stars. Birthday happens to be his birthday today. He was like best birthday present. Ever We have gotten our first Look at shanxi. And the legend of the ten rings humming this temper or Entry into the mcu and my goodness this. It looks like it's going to be fun. Just lots and lots of so. I know a lot of people i know. A lot of people did not like it and pandit but it does re it does have a reminds me of iron-fist if you manage to your sit through the iron fist series on on net flakes. Hope maybe this one will be better if you didn't like iron fist as it's all the same universal but yeah you it's it's it's You know if you've ever been a fan of kung fu movies. Jackie chan bruce lee. And like the sicel. Be ready to periodic. This is going to be right up your alley even something like. It's not necessarily an accurate comparison but even something like power rangers will that lasts.
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Space station launch from Virginia honors 'Hidden Figures' mathematician
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Space station launch in Virginia honors 'Hidden Figures' mathematician
"You probably remember Katherine Johnson from the movie Hidden Figures today. A spacecraft named in honor of the pioneering black NASA mathematician blasted off from Wallops Island, Virginia. 321 Way have engine ignition DSS Katherine Johnsons carrying more than £8000 of supplies to the international space station. Worth from Northrop Grumman traditionally names each spacecraft after a person who played a pivotal role in the legacy of human
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"Come to my house and listen to the claro single in the new roaring twenty s you have to reject the the culture that doesn't believe in itself you have to go out there with a nice haircut and like a skin tight dress like some real foxy makes you look weird. Something that makes all your bitch friends be like. Oh what's her so she she's too good for us. Now that's what you need your ding bat friend Yeah the roaring twenties or back we are in the roaring twenties. There's going to be. I mean this is it. Yes there's cocaine in coca cola. it's it now you there's there better be no. It's nothing like the roaring twenties. It's going to be no zoot suits just going to be a bunch of dudes hanging out on ever ever getting clemencia. Yeah i mean that's that was always a thing. Yeah it's like. Oh i don't feel so good guys it's like You don't even know that right where women women gets the tummy ache guys on the they get that call that sunday afternoon call. Hey i don't know what's going. I'm not even a 'cause like a facebook message. Hey you around. Yeah sure talking to me aren't they. Yeah you're i am. I'm i i was active. Hello hey We gotta talk your meet up in tom whatever. Well i'm gonna have one of my friends contact anyways. I'm in bothell i'm I just wanted shell. I mean for the next two years. I just kind of want to listen to like a live from the jewel set. Maybe do that show. We totally fine. You know tour like the the a or backs the abandoned military bases in america and just like try to join the army. Maybe try to join the fucking the fucking canadian force. I bet you could join the army now. I think i could weird offer one do that. I think might at craigslist craig's voice actress dodger for craig for loaning us the puppy super pop filter. Oh yeah i could hear my heavy piloting super fat heavy breathing. So oh those episodes where you laying in your back recording really wild to listen to next glad we all remember that it was like it really was it was much better shape back on the irony super thick as much better shape back then i was just. I don't know what my deal was. I was on lots of fucking mind altering men. Yeah that that was. That was deep in the fucking. Sarah quill x saw sunday. That's just shows that were actually good friends. Yeah was the circle. Alexa are experiment. We're here for the state. It's fine banging girls in the western mass Yeah life was. Yeah exactly lives carnival. That's how i got my knowledge of western massachusetts. Believe me i know. All about the league's. It's not about the deer. Population apparently always things to learn. God i really miss that car. Anyways car was a half done. Hate that shit. I forgot hate the i blame. Espn all right. So i came with content. Let's go come with the temper. Tiffany or something frigging. Andrew has content never have content. And i'm afraid that this is something that everyone already knows about. And i just found out about coach happens a lot. Let's go. are you familiar with raw time. I am not okay. Yes i mean. I if it's what i had on saturday night live. Oh yeah you try. You try to video chat me you somebody else videos So tom raw time. I looked up. I had a very hard time. Finding any info was a public access show in the late nineties. Time in austin being And somebody put up a forty five minute video of one of the episodes in its joyous. I'm going to airdrop you. The link to this video okay is our first airdrop on the air. Oh raw tom. i'm all over it. Yes oh that's coming up right now already roth i'm siren and so it's hosted by this goth girl who's like a really every saturday night one so good. I saw the cardigan with a race reversible. Love tiffy julia reeves with nineteen ninety nine and head of its time you g k take this girl with never talk to me ever college all from one to three in the morning in texas. This is my shift. It's so good. Do you have any kid rock. Exactly my shit. I was the real found this. This killer stefani. I don't know. I think she's out on a little vacation vacation. Yes weren't you're supposed to have a co host today christine. I think that's me. I was i was last week. Yano but Well forget your bitchy anyway public access fucking pranks last. How how stupid. Sorry now. I love to know more rap Yeah asked dave about that okay. Thank you uh-huh arm quattro fo- pile you delicious little baby gimme time you got the old Joy division. I think we mostly play newer staff But i'm sure we have some and maybe we'll be able to play some next time. Really cool rod time. Do you have any sparkle horse. I was on the this off. This is forty five minutes long time. Look pussy time with up. Hey videos offered site well with over to go. Dude dough for us What are you doing there. Buttons pretty much pretty. Dang watching donor show. I think a lot of people are doing that right now. I don't know you tell me. What do you wanna talk about. I don't know really. Hey videos book stupid hit okay. Ross shit bitch.
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And that's why everybody raised kind of whatever. That's what i choose to believe and roaring twenties number is drunk. Flappers happened going out there. you know. People decided not to care for a while. A modern flapper is going to be like a new roaring twenty s like a car beanie and like some kind of gene of cutoff jeans. Good you know. Look flappers size coat. you've got to fire it up. You gotta you gotta like jet. Joe you.
The Joy Of Being Wrong With Adam Grant
"Adam. Hello thanks for coming on. Hey dan it's such a treat to be back although i have to tell you. I have not started meditating. That's fine. I have no plans to berate year for that fact what i plan to say off the top of this adam grant has done it again. You've written many books but the book for me. That's been most impactful as give and take and as i dive into this new book. I realized that this is landing in a lot of ways for me so just as an audience of one atom grande has done again. So congratulations well thank you. I hope i don't make you rethink that conversation. That would be poetic. But i doubt it's going to happen. So speaking of rethinking. Can i just get you to state the basic thesis of this book. This book for me is about rethinking. What intelligence means in a rapidly changing world. I think in a stable worlds which most of us for a long time thought we lived in intelligence was basically the ability to think and learn but now we live in a crazily turbulent world and i think increasingly being smart having good judgement even writing it wisdom requires us to be equally good at rethinking and learning and a lot of people assume that those things are the same that if i'm good at thinking and learning i'm also going to be good at rethinking and learning but as you know sometimes the better you are thinking the worse you become at rethinking because you can find so many compelling reasons to support your beliefs and essentially outsmart your own ability to question yourself and i think that's a very dangerous skill set and so for me this. This book is about saying look in many ways. Twenty twenty was a year where we were all forced to rethink so many things. We took for granted whether it's where we work or her whether we can get access to food and toilet paper or what are stances on racism and my hope is that in twenty twenty one and beyond we all get to be a little more proactive about rethinking before were forced to and saying you know what there might be some assumptions or opinions that i've held for a long time that no longer fit in the world that i live in. I said this to you before we started rolling. I think this is of evergreen importance this argument and it's particularly important right now. This is the word you use in the book. It's about mental flexibility and i struggle with it And yet i've just found it to be incredibly important because there is like now i'm going to get a little meditative with you but we'll see if you agree with me on this. I feel the more self aware. I become an. I'm not super self-aware but i'm somewhat software. The more that grows the more. I can see a sort of subtle pain. That's associated with dogmatism. Does that land for you. Yeah that's such an interesting way to frame it. Because i think for most people. What sailing is the pain of changing your mind right and just how much it hurts to admit that you were wrong to recognize that some of the major choices that you made in life maybe even some of the most important decisions you've made poorly thought out and if you could go back and do it over again you might actually have different views or make different choices and that discomfort for so many people it creates a ton of cognitive dissonance right and it's just easier to be consistent than it is to be flexible but i think you're you're exactly right that in the long run it hurts a lot more to stick to convictions that turn out to be false or at least ineffective for us. There was a great psychologist. George kelly who had what i think is an endlessly interesting definition of hostility. He said that hostility is the emotional reaction. You have when you find out that one of your beliefs is wrong and you always suspected it was wrong. But you don't want to admit it.
How to Let Go of Resentment
"Let's take a break from grumbling to consider five ways to get a healthy perspective shift and let go of resentment so we've talked about a lot of negative emotions on this podcast including how sadness is not all bad how you can cope with fear and even how to see anger as useful. These emotions are all pretty clear and easy to define kind of like the primary colors of bad feelings but sometimes we feel bad in ways that are not as easy to put a finger on one such emotion. I've heard a lot about recently. Is recruitment do thoughts like this sound familiar. I moved across the country and sacrificed the job. I loved so we could be together. And you can't even do your share of the dishes. I'm so sick of hearing my sister talk about her perfect wedding last year. I didn't even get a half mind because of covid. I shouldn't have to be the only one taking care of my elderly parents. Why don't my siblings do their fair share. It's just not fair. That i have to work so hard to lose weight while my partner can eat. Whatever and knocking pound success seems to just fall into his lap because he's good looking and charming. It's so annoying. These feelings of resentment are so understandable. Who is an earth by unfair situations or undeserving people and it's not surprising to see a spike and resentments around the holiday season because along with great food and family time the holidays tend to open old wounds and polka stale hurts this year. We've added the bad feelings that come with an ongoing pandemic and a lot of us have been pent up with those sour feelings but when was the last time that marinating in these resentful thoughts and sour feelings actually made you feel better and has it ever improved a relationship. Chances are you would rather let go or make peace whether it's with someone else or with yourself. Coming to terms with feelings of resentment is easier said than done. But today's tips could be a good start and the first step i have for. You is to be assertive about what you need. Sometimes were stuck feeling resentful about an unfair situation because we haven't done anything to correct the injustice. We allow the situation to remain unfair. Maybe we're scared to ask for something different or were not very optimistic. That will get what we want either way. If nobody knows how we feel about it the situation will never change. And we'll just keep growing more bitter so why not express your needs. Even if you don't ultimately get your partner to do more dishes or change your parents favoritism towards your brother the act of asserting your point of view can already be a huge relief so a quick primer on how to be assertive which we covered in a previous episode in a lot more detail. So check that out. If you're interested here's a quick primer. Don't be a bully. But don't be a doormat either. Stick to just one issue start by simply describing the situation as you see it using is statement to say how you feel about the situation. Ask for what you need or state the changes. You'd like to see and of course end with some gratitude or encouragement. So here's an example of assertiveness in action have noticed a lot of dishes piling up lately sometimes. I'm frustrated because it can feel like. I'm the only one taking care of the house. Could we make a plan together for how to split up chores. It would make me feel a lot better. See easy peasy and not too complicated. Not too long. This can be a really good conversation starter and make you feel less resentful just by saying it out loud now if your situation is not quite that simple. If there's not something really concrete you can ask for tip number two maybe for you. And that's the figure out who or what you're really mad at feeling resentful towards someone can be like shooting an arrow. If you're a total newbie at archery that is whoever happens to be in the path of your arrow gets the blame. Even if they're not the real target does the woman who is resentful of her sister's wedding really hate her sister or is. She sat in angry that her own wedding was canceled due to covid. Nineteen does the struggling novelist really hate his successfully published friend or a c. feeling frustrated by his own writer's block.
ASU's COVID-19 Management Strategy
"Gabriel Thank you. Linda Issues President Michael Crowe told MSNBC today that through a combination of mask wearing daily health checks and random testing, the pandemic is manageable. You add the new shield of vaccines, All of them have holes, and all of them have weaknesses. But if you bring them all together, we very much believe it's manageable. And our semester this this'll fall has proven that to be the case. A new update yesterday, The university said they only had 321 known positive cases among its student body of over 75,000 students, 247 of the positive cases or off campus. 62 of them are in isolation at the Tempe campus, and the pandemic is also brought a new challenge to university students. And it's a financial strains caused by the covert 19 pandemic and among, uh, President Crow says universities have been offering assistance to help students in that area as well. We're basically saying anyone you bring us your financial concerns, and we will come to your assistance and so We're not running a lifeboat, but we are running a life forward. Both, Crow says. That means being there for students when they need it most to ensure that we can move forward in life and their studies that includes helping on campus students who may need food or other resources.
Apple Launches $99 HomePod Mini Speaker
"Ninety, nine dollars for the home pop mini. So humbled is much smaller homepage just a little ORB finally, enough very similar to the new design of the Amazon Echo, which is also circular. I love when this stuff happens you know like thus cylinders now the will balls and that's where we we're at this point we're candles. One of those candles you light to like drive mosquitos away or something exactly or like a little coca looks a little coconut. Coconut mini. I think that it is clear at this point that price point when we all draft pick was under two hundred because we thought maybe one, nine nine why was? Ninety nine as the price that's I was surprised now as a had some people out to me. Is Forty nine dollars. So I like apple still offering this at a premium price, but for apple and the P- the home pod. They they've come a long way is what I'm saying go to ninety nine dollars. Connected Home Product is pretty pretty big for them. Look he's Prime Day today you can get an echo dot for thirty dollars right Lakefront but this is today by the way. I'm day one and everyone out there listening happy Prime Day. But I think the point here that we're making is they are selling this product at a much better price point than we would expect half of what you'd expect, which does mean that they're at least attempting to be competitive in the way that apple does this wasn't the homeport. The original home pod was always significantly overpriced right compared to what it was going up against and I think it could be fed to say that you know th and also the echo dots you can get for like twenty dollars old ones. And Amazon have new ones coming. And yes, they will be cheaper than the homepage but again, this is apple right? Is this what the home pod should have always been should the original homepod ever should've existed? Yeah I mean, this is I. Think this is one of the questions. This is apple. Learning a lesson like the the existence of this product is apple learning a lesson from what happened with the relative failure of the home pod which I think. We've all known for a while now with kind of over engineered and really overpriced. So they are they seem to have learned a lesson. Which I think is interesting that they've done that. I'm also interested by the way that this is the homepage. and. The homepod appears to continue to exist, and that makes me wonder if perhaps there is still going to be. A home pod. Like. Are they going to take another crack at that of like a higher or is this going to be you know product range whereas in the end going to be the only one that's out there I'm curious what what they are thinking about this and where they go from
Bill O'Brien: Head coach fired by Houston Texans
"Coach Bill O'Brien has gone from the Houston Texans and nobody can say they're surprised last January. He had his team up twenty four nothing over the chiefs in the playoffs then got outscored fifty one to seven. But as a coach O'Brien can at least say he won four division champions in six years. It's as a GM that he made. You scratch your head in one year he traded former number one picture Davey clowney to Seattle he traded two first round picks a second round pick for Laremy Tunsil and Kenny stills and the whopper of the mall. He traded the Andre Hopkins to Arizona for running back David Johnson as of now. Johnson is thirty seventh in the League in rushing and Hopkins leads the NFL in receiving. Yeah. That'll get you fired but not as fast as an oh four start despite having to Shawn Watson and Jj Watt on your team a heated argument with what may have been the last straw for O'Brien. Then again, have you ever stood next to Jj watt they can't say O'Brien doesn't have courage. He just doesn't have a job anymore.
SpaceX launches 60 more Starlink satellites in fast-growing constellation
"Launch from space X 321 Falcon Falcon nine nine rocket rocket carrying carrying dozens dozens more more StarLink StarLink Internet Internet satellites satellites with with mission mission more more than than 700 700 satellites satellites or or in in orbit orbit with with a a goal goal of of more more than than 12,000, 12,000, for for a a stage stage of of the the rocket landed on a barge, etc. And it will be re used on a future flight.
321 New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases in Rhode Island
"Two numbers out twelve new deaths from corona virus in the last twenty four hours three hundred twenty one new positive cases there been eight thousand two hundred forty seven positive cases Rhode Island since March first and two hundred fifty
Coronavirus: How the Outbreak is Changing Global Politics
"On December thirty first Chinese authorities alerted the World Health Organization to a weed strain of pneumonia in. Wuhan seven weeks later. An international rugby match was called off in Dublin. As this edition of the foreign desk goes to Eh. The Corona Virus Cova nineteen has been detected in more than fifty countries. At least eighty thousand. People have been infected of whom nearly three thousand have died the majority in China. It is likely of the not that all those numbers will rise significantly. It is a serious situation and countermeasures. Worldwide have been robust flight suspensions travel restrictions closures of schools and other institutions cancellations and postponements various events even quarantining of entire cities and regions. There has also been an economic impact measurable in Stock Market Losses. The political impact may take longer to become clear and will depend a great deal on how different governments respond. What have we learned so far about what works? And what doesn't how where he should nations and businesses be of overreaction and is it arguable that a world in which information travels faster than any disease is actually pretty well equipped to cope. This is the foreign desk. The nightmare scenario for the Chinese. His party is that the rest of the world manage to contain the virus whereas China that poop tenderly be seen as a no-go situation for the of China but this stage one has to keep a sense of proportion in mind every year. The flu claims about three quarters of a million lives. We're nowhere near that level of mortality with this yet so one has to keep inside a sense of proportionate and panic. Think it's a shame to think that the world is not helping around at the moment and is keeping sanctions on because that country as well as some others do need an absolute amount of help brought now. I think one of the biggest things which are Ronald face gang for just the fact that they're deputy health minister was going on television interviewing the people and clearly spreading around for some time when he seemed visibly sick the virus and that I think will have massive repercussions in the country because it's quite visible expression of government. Failing its task. You're listening to the foreign desk with me Andrew Molo. We'll start where this outbreak did in China. Well joining me now. Steve Chang Director of the China institute at US Steve. We know that getting reliable information out of China any circumstances he's not always a straightforward but as far as we know now how cooperative have people in China bean in those areas of the country. That have been more or less locked down well. In general terms. People are cooperating. You do have the ones who would scale. Dong a high rise building in order to escape the quarantine and you also have police. Training reviews being released that Bush showed that they will catch up with all force required. And that kind of intimidate a bit and the fact that they are putting conjul media up shows that they are concerned about people not cooperating but by notch people are cooperating because a situation like this like any great national crisis is a test of many things but one of the things that does test is the degree to which the people trust or otherwise the government of the state institutions the media at a moment. Like this how confident do you think? Most Chinese people will be the. They're being told the truth about what is going on. I think very few Charlie's belief that they are being told the truth but then they have we very little other options they have to work with the authorities because they are frightened and therefore even though they do not fully trust the government in terms of these statistics they will have to work with the government in terms of the effective measures to contain the virus. Do you think the Communist Party has any reason to fear that that lack of trust might be accelerated or magnified to a for them dangerous degree by this crisis. I know the comparison has already been made the way disaster like Chernobyl accelerated the demise of the Soviet Union because the one thing all authoritarian systems. Fear of things. I can't control. Oh you're absolutely right stare. And therefore the top Perotti of the Chinese government is in fact control often narrative of how the virus is being managed and manage effectively and well and he roic. -Ly do you get the sense that they're almost trying to turn the response into an advertisement for the Chinese system? I mean quite early on. We saw those somewhat dubious claims of a hospital being built in a week in John. Well they started he do that. I mean again if you look. At the composition of the top level leadership group in charge of conquering. The virus is a committee of night. People off which only one has responsibility for public health one for the economy? The rest are for either propaganda or state security. That shows kind of party now. They did build the two hospitals within ten days. What they do not show is that. Since the hospitals have been completed they have not been fully. You just packed up. Those hospitals are simply not use and makeshift hospitals are being used instead. Now that is not being shown in the official news. Release so from where we are. Now what do you think the Chinese Communist? Party's idea of a nightmare would be. What is the one thing that they're most afraid of? Well the absolute nightmare scenario for the Chinese Communist Party is that the rest of the world managed to contain the virus way s China cannot now that really would be absolutely the nightmare scenario that potentially be seen as a tra- noble situation for the Communist Party of China but luckily for them Detroit instead China will be the only country that cannot contain the virus and the rest of the world can is not a particularly like the scenario. Is there a case that the world is reacting? Perhaps even overreacting to this in a way that the world would not had a virus like this originated somewhere other than China that we would be regarding this entirely differently if the point of outbreak was Canada Role Belgium. I think we have to bear in mind that the virus is a kind of nearly natural problem that can arise from any country on dislocation arise from China because of the perhaps the existence of life market. But it could have developed anywhere. What really turned this major grave? Public Health Challenge into a crisis was the lockdown off a major city lie. Want a city of eleven million after nearly half of the population had already left. Now that's what caused a panic in China as a whole and make it politically impossible for any other major governments notch to extract citizens from one and therefore we get into a mindset. That is going to be a major. Now you've dividers had developed in a country like Canada as you say a democratic country with a relatively high degree of transparency. Then I think people will have a more measured response by the Canadian government gin with and therefore a more message respond by other governments thinking that they can trust Canadians government's words and deeds in how they are dealing with it. We don't trust Chinese government. And therefore we overreact.
How to Reach Multiple Target Audiences
"They're released sh and MOJO RIGHTS HIGHBURY FIRST OFF. Thanks for being such an amazing inspiration inspiration for sharing your rockstar. Know how the world you are. Welcome I look forward to your videos. Every week. I currently run a business called the mouse. Market uh-huh I sculpt Itty bitty realistic foods out of clay and I sell them as either dollhouse miniatures. Or I turn them into jewelry pieces whenever I'm creating something. The share with my audience dance from my monthly newsletter to daily tweet. I seemed to get caught in limbo because I can't figure out how to speak to both the customers who wearing funky jewelry and and customers who love decorating their dollhouse a super specific example. I want to offer free appear Freebie when people sign up for my newsletter but I can't think think of anything that would appeal equally to both groups. Is there smart. Way To target both sets of customers in marketing efforts without over generalizing my five message. Thank you so much so well let me tell you how it was going to go. which mouth market right here and right now girl up Mo we love Your Business? It's fun it's adorable and it's totally unique. But I went ahead and visited your website and I don't think your problem or your challenge is what you think it is. You got some other issues issues. That are easy to fix. While I'm going to give you a whole bunch of as to cues. You didn't even ask. Let's start with your first question about food. Jewelry customers versus dollhouse customers. We'd be odds here for a minute girl menu. People who want dollhouse food and people who want miniature food jewelry are not that different they like food and they like banks. Here's the question. Are you reaching all of those people because I took a look at your website and I saw some opportunities that you are messing. Do you have any idea how many people search for food jewelry I'll tell you. It's five thousand four hundred every single month breath how about miniature food. That's nine thousand. Nine hundred searches her month and then dollhouse miniatures. It's forty thousand. Five hundred searches searches per month. A lot of people decorate dollhouses. So by the way I use the Free Google Edward Keyword tool to find all these numbers and I highly highly suggest you use it to you can just go to Google and type in keyword tool and you'll find it so here's the deal Miss Mo- you are missing out on an incredibly active give niche market. Because you're using clever wording versus very basic simple language that people are already searching for dollhouse catering which you have on your site is super cute and clever but it sucks for your business because nobody searching for it. By contrast thirteen hundred. People are searching for dollhouse food every Vermont. So here's what you need to do. My friend simply write about and you simple terms like food jewellery miniature food and dollhouse food next up. Let's talk about out this whole. PDF idea for your business. You sell physical products right mile so think about it. Your customers probably don't want a pdf a PDF works. Great when you're or selling information or advice or how to's but for you you need to think about your customers and your business and what's going to work really great for you as an opt-in so for products based business you want something compelling like free shipping on your first order new subscribers only sign up for flash sales only available to subscribers. Here's a twenty dollar off instead coupon and the list goes on and on the point here is that your offer should be in line with what your customers most want. We also want to talk about the policeman of your often offer on your site. Currently it's buried all the way at the bottom which is not good when it comes to opt in offers they should always is be above the fold and what that means is that someone should never have to scroll down your website to find it. Important point here should always test different locations for your often offer to find out what converts best and I did a little snooping on your behalf and I found out that one of your colleagues is doing something really smart back. Here's a little screen. Shot of what. She's he's doing on
What Companies are Looking for in Sales Professionals Today
"So the question is what are companies unease looking for in sales professionals today and the second piece that question is how's it changed over the last few years so it's a bit of a tricky question to to answer because not all sales people are created equal and. I think when I was thinking about this question I think back to all the feedback that I get get from my clients and I think about why they don't move forward with people in their interview in selection process and so I want to reverse engineer engineer. The question a bit of what are they looking for in. What's missing and I think what they're looking for is someone that understands their particular task at hand and can clearly articulate how they met back to that people really struggle being specific about what they've done where they've they've done it who they've done it with what the outcome was what they learned from it. How they can apply it? Companies are craving that. They're creating natural curiosity. That people people want to immerse themselves into whatever it is that they might be doing because that translates to the buyer journey. People Care About folks that can listen. They want to work hard that they WANNA roll their sleeves up. These are things that go back to you. A lot of the basics in the human element of things so think about the criteria so to speak that cannot be replaced by technology. That's what the best companies are looking for in terms of the people that are hiring for sales else. How has that changed over the last few years I think because we live in such a world where it's digital technology is everywhere and there are a million ways to Sunday to get help from a technology perspective. It has made sales people little lazy. I'm a salesperson. I promise I come in peace. I'm not trying to be offensive. But we've over. segmented the sales world it is really choppy choppy. I grew up in the world of having to do every single thing myself. I was my own customer success person. I was my own. Bdr I was my own account manager I was a own enterprise seller. I was all of it and I'm so grateful that I had that because it has served me well and so I think over the last few years at least the last this decade we've fallen into this world of over segmentation where sellers learn one thing. And that's all that they know and then to get ahead they either have to be promoted or they have to leave which contributes to a lot of other problems that people talk about. But what's really changed as technology has contributed to that and it's made people hide behind tack to not be able to have real conversations which goes back to what companies are looking for foreign sales professionals today. They want somebody that can communicate. They want somebody that can be accountable. They want somebody that can have a thoughtful strategic business discussion. They want someone that's going to follow through all of these things. Technology can't really do because it's a human