36 Burst results for "5 Year"

Holiday sales are expected to increase at least 3.6% this year

Steve and Ted

02:18 min | Last week

Holiday sales are expected to increase at least 3.6% this year

"On Tuesday the Dow hit 30,000 for the first time ever, and President Trump celebrated its and, most importantly, I want to congratulate the people of our country. Because there are no people like you. It's quite the comeback. The Dow was below 20,000 back in March, and the housing market is boon, which has increased home values for a lot of Americans. So, the National Retail Federation predicts overall holiday sales will rise between 3.6 to 5.2% this year. People aren't spending money at restaurants and not spending money on cruises and vacation. So So there is a lot of my people have been saving, so there is a lot of money in the economy again. I wouldn't want to be very thoughtful and respectful for those who don't have jobs because the pandemic, but that's not most people, Most people Are employed. They do have money and, frankly, the cop bored sitting around at home with nothing to do, and there, everyone set up with this pandemic, and they want to do something so people will go out and shop probably not to the levels of prior years. But they will shop at home to more than make up for it. So I've been bullish for months. I've said this holiday shop is no surprise with interested. I've been saying the same thing. Even better for months, I think will be at least 5% year over year gain in retail retail shopping, in fact what they said They were excluding restaurants and gasoline, automobiles and keep in mind is that you know that was up 8.5% in October 7.9% for the for the third quarter. So what They're actually saying in a way is going to slow down and I don't think it will. So I think we're going to see really high sales for this holiday season. It's not spread equally. People are not buying clothing. Let me tell you, you know, there is no point in dressed up with nowhere to go. So clothing stores in department stores have still been suffering during this period. But everyone else is doing great best by reporter fantastic numbers. On Tuesday, dicks sporting goods or defend had 20/20 percent. Comes. Botham seems yourself those are numbers. You just have never before they go astronomical sales for for there, so people are spending on on home. They're spending to exercise their spending Elektronik. They're spending on food. And they're sure spending big. You saw it target WalMart, Costco All these dollar stores. You know, they're a lot of winners. There also losers and I just want to mention the other big loser. Unfortunately, small mom and pop We don't have the technology to compete in an Internet enabled error, and so they have been going out of business in really, you know, Historically high numbers. That's very fat

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Fresh update on "5 year" discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

00:35 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "5 year" discussed on Mason & Ireland

"I had such a year last night. Just didn't to even show up number. I think you've one browns. Plus i have an ass. We wouldn't is getting a healthier again myles garrett back they get Their other cornerback de award returning. And i think the titans are overrated based upon that one. Great game against indy where into had to wineman injured and frankly the the left tackle lewin is out for tennessee. That's a big problem against myles. Garrett should be a really close game among the cleveland browns plus five and a half. Check him out pretty soon. He's gonna be excited about that right the browns team. I mean i don't know about that. I'm not gonna get excited yet. If they we'll see they still don't played anybody. We'll see thank you steve. Thanks guys take care of her. She added so i mentioned something. Their mobile was a little bit of an easter egg. All right somebody hit me up the other day. I said listen. I'm basically a chargers fan. Now so let's just it is what it is. Hold on. And they said that's weird. Why i said do. The team from my hometown is garbage. And most despicable franchise in the history of the league and moved. La for example. He might not be a rams fan or let's go down the list. Look the rams. They wear dirty brown uniforms on television. I'm not rooting for that team. That's just a personal thing for you. It's a large part of. It could be rooting for you. Gotta look good. Clinton had my first person. I have met. Also let's even to the charger fan. It's okay for now. As their head coach which matters they might get another brother that replaces them. So that's okay number two there in so fi. I know the rams are too but also yeah. There's an element of not the rest of you just fans that are probably with this. But like i mean what's the difference for me at this point. I'm coming into. I moved here in march. You know. I'm not going to be a raiders fan. Just because i'm not. I i respect all these fan base. This is not to say that. I'm going to start talking trash. That's not the deal. But when i came i said you know what the likelihood that i ended up being a fan of a different. Nfl team is very very high. And i opened it up. I said whatever gives me the experience. I like the most. I will root for that team. And we're going to a out no urban aired out those two balls early this year with the long hair. I was like oh. I like this kid. It doesn't matter anything else. He's got the player. I liked the best on all three of the la teams which ever and the best. I'll say i hear you on that. I like to me. Like i grew up raider fan in the rams like i would. They were buying them like. It wasn't a fan thing. But i was so happy. They came back cool but to me like i'm always raider fans so the idea that the chargers are in the raiders aren't is just like ridiculous jarring. I can't ever get over that but i will say this i. Do you like justin herbert as well. I think that he is a star in this league. And he's somebody that made me like pay attention to the chargers. Which is more than i did the first two years they were here in two years. What absolutely kid believe he cut to hear. That was very disappointing. Like as soon as i decided that. I cut his hair that was that was devastating on some level. It doesn't coming up. We're gonna talk about something. That is very important to me that we discussed earlier in the show which is how. Nba team st. They're stars one. Nba team did not do a very well at all. I'm clinton she's ronan show when we're billing information in ireland. Espn seven ten songs call. John wall spam shock lizzy from dc. I'm clinton yates ramona. Shelburne joins me as well mason island on. Espn seven ten. your poison. little hot. Okay i've been looking at my twitter all day all day yesterday. Ever since the deal was announced. The washington wizards owned by one theodore orleans whose name will come up repeatedly in. This segment traded john wall for russell. Westbrook tuesday john wall any number one for russell westbrook. Now there's a couple of different discussions to have here. Momo there's the player-for-player there's the whole sort of look at the relative value on the court of each age injury etcetera roster fits blase blah. But there's a very specific discussion to be had about and the reason why this is important. Everyone even getting into this at all because you mentioned earlier. The relationship the lakers have with their stars. Being not just something that they do well but effectively their forte as why people want to be there. The wizards traded the first player. That ted ever picked when he owned the team. Why does this matter because for years. And by for years i mean perpetuity. The wizards have been a participant in the nba. Perhaps at some points they have risen to the level of pretender but they have never really gotten to contender status fact. We all have accepted. That is okay and fine because its core beyond just the sports teams they root for the district would be is a basketball town. You can check the participation levels you can check in the league. It's from the dc area. You can look at the college basketball programs. And that goes for men and women momo so there's that base to be understood now when john wall and the question of whether or not he deserves. A supermax deal was in the air. Well that's when people want start revisiting things that folks acted like we're now a problem that were just a part of his personality before arguing was stephen a. About rose bar. This added third about whether or not he's stone. Gang signs yada yada star. Whose too cool for everybody. All of that. Nonsense whereas outside stories created by and fostered by a community. That i feel did not want john simply just take over and be himself again franchise to star relationships important so when we get to a situation where he signed. The max deal.

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$10,000 Reward Offered In Search For Shooter Who Critically Wounded 5-Year-Old Boy In Chicago

WBBM Late Morning News

00:59 min | Last week

$10,000 Reward Offered In Search For Shooter Who Critically Wounded 5-Year-Old Boy In Chicago

"Is offering a $10,000 reward for information on the person who shot a five year old boy in the head last week. As you played on an iPad in his apartment building in the Rosalynn neighborhood on the South side. Chicago police say the boys still in critical condition after the shooting on the evening of November, 16th. Five year old was in his living room on the couch playing on an iPad police released video of the exterior showing an SUV driving around the building several times. And then someone gets part Wait out of the passenger side window and opens fire early. Walker, the founder of the organization, I'm telling Don't shoot is offering a $10,000 reward every one last member of a family member. At the table this year. He's five years old. It makes no sense. Police say the gunman fired several shots and was targeting someone else in that area in the 200 block of West 115th Street. Steve

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$10,000 Reward Offered In Search For Shooter Who Critically Wounded 5-Year-Old Boy In Chicago

Steve Harvey

00:43 sec | Last week

$10,000 Reward Offered In Search For Shooter Who Critically Wounded 5-Year-Old Boy In Chicago

"Group is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the gunman who shot a five year old boy on Chicago's Far South side last week. Early Walker of the group I'm telling Don't Shoot, announced a reward yesterday as the search continues for Clarion Williams shooter that she has already been a terrible year. It's been a terrible time for everyone. But here it is. It's gonna be one last member of a family member at the table this year. He's five years old. The boy was playing with an iPad inside the home and the 200 block of West 115 Street when someone in a passing vehicle fired shots towards the residents. The boy was rushed to Comer Children's hospital with a gunshot wound. He remains in a medically induced coma.

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Global deaths from terrorism reach 5-year-low

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:26 sec | Last week

Global deaths from terrorism reach 5-year-low

"Deaths caused by terrorism around the world hit a five year low last year. The report from the global terrorism Index shows the deaths related to terror have declined almost 60% since 2014. Middle East and North Africa saw their lowest terror level death since 2003 the U. S in United Kingdom had the highest number of terror related deaths in the West ranking. Overall 29 And 30th when you look at all countries, so

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Agent: Heat, Adebayo agree to 5-year extension

Chad Hartman

00:23 sec | Last week

Agent: Heat, Adebayo agree to 5-year extension

"Bio is a big part of Miami's run to the NBA finals, and it's going nowhere the heat and they're big man reportedly agreed to a five year extension worth $163 million in the pelicans or hanging on that Brandon Ingram after breakout season. He gets a five year deal also reportedly worth $158 Million.23 year old Ingram average nearly 24 points a game last year for the Pelicans.

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Dallas Fuel in Buying Spree

High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

03:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Dallas Fuel in Buying Spree

"Fearless has joined. The dallas fuel from shanghai has joined the dallas fuel from paris repel has joined the dells fuel from free agency. Dallas fuel of seinfield. From harris. And jack say has joined the dallas fuel from houston okay. I'm not gonna do whatever he thinks. I'm going to do and flip out man. But what i am going to do is laugh at astro here. Okay they're obviously building a phenomenal team. Right like this is a great roster you should already be thinking about. Are they favorites to win this thing next year the talent is certainly there so i'm super excited to watch and blow it up to watch him joking and threw it up because that's tip that's more often than not what happens with super teams right and we're iraqi territory and a super team that is specifically playing under the dallas fuel. Banner which we've seen happen right. And i do also want to continue to to make fun of hasro for this because it's hysterical to me him tweeting about how much effort he's putting into build this roster for twenty twenty one aired. He now that it's done and they put out a tweet saying they're done so that that should be the end of the. You didn't build anything you try. He's got his out. You think you're sitting fearless downside trial you think. You're buying a half of the parents to turtle the good half of the turtle and trying them out. stop it. this is the lazy. I don't know what i'm doing. So i'm throwing money at solution and you're like you just ran three marathons back to back in. You need to sleep for two weeks. It's hysterical get over. It manley utah. You're you committed in a different way. Okay yeah fans don't care. I'm gonna continue to throw stones at you because you're my rival and you went the yankees route right like. Oh there's no salary cap so we don't have to be opposite. We need money we opposite. It's just stop pretending like you you you were in the salt mine slaving away for fourteen hours a day over the over the course of this offseason far you bought it. You're trying to buy a championship mad about it. But i don't respect either right like i'd rather know unless if it's eight listen if you wanted to do it. I'm not gonna sit there and complain going to be like oh look at. The amazing is yes. Enter general manager is a genius because like take a step back calmed re. Don't don't try to pull the wool over people's eyes right. You're committed to winning your committee. Your fan base. That's enough for your fans. So that's that's the end of it. You have to try to sell me. That you're you're doing some herculean task or haley effort. Like get like let it go. You need to stop that angle. 'cause i swear just looks like a complete fool to me when he tweets like that. Yeah this and this is i. Don't know what a general manager does. Maybe he really did have to go to go to battle in a different way right like me. Did after like contract negotiations outs in like it could have. Maybe it was. Yeah but like. When you're taking that route it looks lazy so like don't try to fight the optics of it. Just ignore the optics of it. I don't know it's gonna bad look for has show or whatever because he cares what i think but i know i'm not the only one that kinda felt this way a bright And yeah it's just funny me. Congratulations on attempting to just purchase and overwatch league championship. Right stop patting yourself on the back

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5-Year-Old Boy Killed In New York City Fire

Midday News

00:23 sec | Last month

5-Year-Old Boy Killed In New York City Fire

"Now on the deadly fire in the Bronx. We've been telling you about police say the victim is a five year old boy. Not a seven year old girl has previously had been reported a five year old boy, the victim that fire broke out around 9 30 this morning at a home in East 153rd Street near Bergen Avenue. The F D. N Y says the boy died of smoke inhalation. 37 year old woman was critically injured in the cause of the fire is under investigation.

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Police: 5-Year-Old Boy Stabbed In Neck, Drowned Inside West Philadelphia Home

KYW 24 Hour News

01:19 min | Last month

Police: 5-Year-Old Boy Stabbed In Neck, Drowned Inside West Philadelphia Home

"Philadelphia Police are investigating a five year old boy's death. They say his dad came home and found him in a bathtub and that the mother tried to hurt herself. Hey, Whatever used Tim Jimenez joining us live from police headquarters with more on this good morning to him. Good morning. Carol. Yes, such a GN awful situation here. Police say the boy's mother was the only one with him. Last night about 10 o'clock, the dad got back to their Pine Street apartment in West Philly. Inside. Police say he found his son face down in the bathtub that was filled with water. He also the boy had a cut on his neck. He called 9 11. The father did and medics got over there. They tried to revive the boy. They rushed him to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. As for the mother, investigators say she had a self inflicted cut on her wrist. 40 year old was taken a pen Presbyterian hospital where cops say she is conscious as she has been talking and is in stable condition when she's released police a homicide detectives We'll be taking her into custody. Of course. A lot of questions here. What was the exact motive? Was there Something like maybe a Some powder mental health issue going on here are right now. We don't know from police. If there were any warning signs if they've had to respond to that house before Carol all that is part of this

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Teen who allegedly murdered 5-year-old half-sister arrested almost 500 miles away

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Teen who allegedly murdered 5-year-old half-sister arrested almost 500 miles away

"With killing his 55 year old half sister in Maryland this weekend on a A Janet Abdul was found dead at a home in the 4100 block of Apple Leave Court in Pasadena Saturday morning. And Arrundell County. Police say the autopsy indicates she died from multiple sharp force injuries. The girls half brother was located this weekend in the Springfield, Ohio, area 17 year old Stephen Jared Davis. The second is charged as an adult with first degree murder. Extradition proceedings are underway to return him to Maryland. Dick Uliano w T. O p noon. There's now a bigger

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Mother charged in fatal stabbing of 5-year-old daughter in Chicago

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Mother charged in fatal stabbing of 5-year-old daughter in Chicago

"Bail for the East Garfield Park Woman charged with first degree murder In her daughter's stabbing death on Saturday. W BB EMS Nancy Hardy with more Chicago police say they don't know why Simone Austin allegedly attacked her five year old daughter Saturday morning, saying she invoked her right to remain silent. Chief of detectives, Brendan Dina Han, says the 27 year old stab serenity in the throat in front of her eight year old sister. The mother then takes the the child child outside outside and and lies lies the the child child down down on on the the parkway parkway and and lies lies down down next next to to her her until until the the fire fire department department arrives. arrives. And And brings brings a a child child to to the the hospital hospital where where the the child child is is pronounced. pronounced. Police say they've responded to domestic violence calls at the home on West Fulton before, including times when the mother was the victim, Superintendent David Brown says the department will be showing officers resource is for overwhelmed parents and training. Domestic violence. Liaisons for each police district. Nancy Hardy,

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Mother Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park Chicago

Chris Plante

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Mother Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park Chicago

"Minutes 49 people shot seven fatally over the weekend in Chicago. That number does not include two stabbing deaths. 27 year old woman facing first degree murder charges for allegedly stabbing her five year old daughter to death have it in the East Garfield Park neighborhood Saturday morning and this morning. The mother is due in court. So police arriving this couple of times before his family's address the medical examiner's office identifying the girl as serenity. Barrington police Identifying the girl's mother is 27 year old Simone Austin, also a body pulled from the water. Ah, one earner twenties with stab wounds. She was pulled from the North branch. Of the Chicago River on

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Mother charged in 5-year-old daughter’s stabbing death in Chicago's East Garfield Park

Nick Digilio

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Mother charged in 5-year-old daughter’s stabbing death in Chicago's East Garfield Park

"Mother charged in the fatal stabbing of her five year old daughter heads to court today and Glenn Marshall's live 26 to California with the details. Good morning, Glenn Good morning. Now. Police just confirm for us that this was a fact the mother of the child that was arrested for stabbing the child. Here's a look at that photo that we have of the mother. Police told us that it was 27 year old All Simone Austin was placed in handcuffs around 9 30 Saturday morning, police said. She stabbed five year old serenity. Arnson in the throat happened inside the little girl's grandfather's home on the 3200 block of West Fulton Boulevard. The child was taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced deceased. Simone Alston was charged with first degree murder, with no specifics as to why the stabbing happened. The child's grandfather had this to say about little serenity, Arnson Like all a grand grand keys out here. Beautiful school, looking at mood with a granddad. Now Simone Austin is still in police custody. She's expected to have her bond hearing later this morning.

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Chicago Mother Likely To Be Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park

Frank Fontana

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago Mother Likely To Be Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park

"No charges filed as yet in the stabbing death of a five year old girl on the west side of the city. The girl's grandfather says his 27 year old daughter is responsible for fatally stabbing the little girl who was her daughter. Police were called to the 3200 black of was folding Boulevard and east scarf. You'll park just after nine o'clock yesterday morning, they found that girl with stab wounds being treated by a Chicago fire department crew. The girl identified his serenity airing tone was reportedly transported to Stroger Hospital. She was pronounced dead. Police have arrested a 27 year old woman. They believe she's

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5-Year-Old Girl Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park, Chicago

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

5-Year-Old Girl Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park, Chicago

"News No charges filed yet in the stabbing death of a five year old girl on the West Side. Here's W G N Steve Roxton, the girl's grandfather says his 27 year old daughter is responsible for fatally stabbing the little girl who was her daughter. Police were called to the 32. Or black of West Folding Boulevard in East Garfield Park. Just after nine yesterday morning, they found the girl with stab wounds being treated by a Chicago fire department crew. The girl identified as serenity. Arrington was reportedly transported Astrologer Hospital She was pronounced dead believes have arrested a 27 year old woman. They believe she's related to the victim. Steve Roxton, Deputy

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5-Year-Old Chicago Girl Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park

WBBM Programming

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

5-Year-Old Chicago Girl Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park

"Five year old girl is dead. She was stabbed by a suspect, police say is a relative. CPD officer Jose Horror, briefed reporters CP received multiple calls of a person stabbed On the 3200 block of West Fulton. When CPD arrived, Safety was already unseen. The victim, who was stabbed multiple multiple times, times, was was already already in in the the ambulance ambulance who who was was transported transported to to start start your your hospital hospital where where she she unfortunately unfortunately was was Pronounce Pronounce around around 20 20 minutes minutes later. later. We We don't don't have have her her name name yet yet or or no anything personal about her other than her age. As I said, just five years old. It happened yesterday morning. Police identified the suspect as a female relative of the little girl. Neighbors Tell Wcbm, the female relative is the little girl's mother, and that the mother may have mental problems.

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Police: Search Continues For 5-Year-Old New York Boy Who Fell In Water Near Randall’s Island

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Police: Search Continues For 5-Year-Old New York Boy Who Fell In Water Near Randall’s Island

"The search continues this afternoon for a five year old boy who fell into the water off Randall's island yesterday afternoon who was playing in front of his parents when witnesses say he ran right into the water and disappeared. Several people Jumped in and looked for him tried to help him the F D, N Y and NYPD and Coast Guard searched by water and by air and could not find him before dark last night, when they had to call off their search. So it resumed this morning.

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Jalen Ramsey gets 5-year, $105 million extension from Rams

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Jalen Ramsey gets 5-year, $105 million extension from Rams

"Done deal for Rams defensive back Jalen Ramsey getting a five year contract extension. He'll end up making around $21 million a year $105 million overall $71 million reportedly guaranteed. The deal makes Ramsey the highest paid defensive back in NFL history. The team gave Jacksonville their first round picks in 2020 and 2021 to acquire Ramsey last season in a trade and the deal comes a day before the season starts, with Houston, visiting In Kansas City and four days before the RAM season opener this Sunday night against Dallas. Randi Gordon can extend

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:28 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Scissors melodies. You Never I. Mean at this point, we kind of know her song structure but I love like if I were working with her in, Studio I wouldn't know where she's going with it. You know because she just goes where she goes I love artists like that. Always hit different. Because she's not following any specific song structure you know like she doesn't she's not rigid to music theory and I love that I love the she's just like I'm GonNa go where the song feels right and artists like that are exciting and I love that melody what the Hell even China sing it. You know on top of her like I was like. All right. It's kind of like brandy at thinking in her new album. She did a lot of that too where she just Kinda took the song this whatever it was going and it wasn't the easiest to follow along but I'm a huge fan of of people that feel that free with the melodies when they're singing so I love that hit different record the video was really Hey she looks beautiful. She looks stunning. Last look baby. A. In. The cuss about her face is I was like wow beautiful. Bodies I'm excited for the for the whole album hopefully that clearly that's dropping soon and then I'm like, how do I pick? This is so much. I'M GONNA give it to. Emily King. Now No, I love Emily King. She dropped a new song 'cause see me and I just I've had it on repeat 'cause emily king just never misses this out goes. See You. So toll kid. Oh. Cindy. Too. Put see you. Know. Oh can. See You. I? Cry. Feel your body dislike..

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:47 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"If you're still feeling the effects of the tool, please pass here and come back when you're ready to proceed because I need to Pas a myself. Weekend music a lot has happened I. Guess I just WanNa talk to you about A. Few things that I might have missed that I wanted to go over. Friend want brought up an artist this artist guy big on Tiktok for their music cookie Kawhi. The song vibe if I back it up weeks ago, she dropped a video for the song vibe. If I back up and then a week after that, she dropped a remix video or I don't know if that's a remix or if it's just a collab- at this point, but cookie now has tiger on the track for the Song Vibe. So so good. So. Good. Oh, refer to last week's episode. If you don't know why did that anyway love in the videos for cookie co I I just want you oughta go check her out just go see would a beautiful brown woman this is she looks a little bit like Kiki Palmer to me I just throw that out there because that's Ceram. Plus we love. Palmer, we do. We do love Palmer. We do love apologies to that woman. Okay we'll be no salary so that woman because we don't make sure it's right for Kiki Palm. Also in music videos I WANNA make sure that I shout out the the girl group good girl they dropped another visual the visuals for a new song that they've dropped its well caught face please check out good girl I talk about the weekly, but they keep dropping music so they're still doing the right thing. So do the right thing support them also tell them that essentially if you show up. I just want to quickly share some of those things that I forgot to miss But in the meantime I wanna go on ahead and just quickly skip to the listens lately while I recollect my thoughts because I'm still kind of in a base. Just happening. so How would like to start with you because I always, you know loyalty here with the latest been listening to I and you just tell me what you've been bumped into which been vibe into what's right near ears. This Alaska's out. I have to give it to Sousa man this hit different record with todd sign is crazy. I can't say TAT dollar style without Satellite Easter as late. As. I can't say that. Time to leave one more time. Please please. One more time for come on I. Need I need the layer you both ladies one more I never. Know Dollars. Just like that, just like I. Love me some each..

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

07:09 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"You had a video that was over five minutes, it was od like people with nearly being the comments like dishes too fucking long I don't have if. Eighty and yeah like I remember being stressed the fuck out because I be trying to do tutorials that form in his law. And just not understanding how was going to get all that information in in five minutes because I knew people being the comments say anything over that was too much now. Are you kidding people on there for an hour? I sit and watch youtube videos that are two and three hours long especially if it's like a Ted talk or lecture of some sort or you know my Wu conspiracy theory side. Where you ask them documentaries even just the youtubers now the get ready with me chats or when they do pop culture rundowns, it's the average videos for reaction videos, forty minutes an hour. UNHEARD-OF UNHEARD being hurt anybody I ain't trying to rein nobody Arabe everybody Ain't good at. What was funny about that? As the ones that deserve it. So boring ass off the screen. Care by what to react you ain't a reaction anyway. It was funny because back in the day, you literally had to get approved like like before I think when I offering the partner you to get approved to get like a twelve minute video and they opened. Fifteen minutes was cut off couldn't do more than fifteen minutes. You have to ask for approval and then I, remember the day that it said you can go for like as long as you walk along, we were all freaking out like what the fuck does that mean might. Now to see this crazy or even the. The. What is it am? I got I forgot the name, the cow. Margaritas goes show how the chilled cow like that's twenty four hours I still don't have the hell they do that. You know and the chilled Fox showed cow all the study video ones and I mean, it's just a different place inside think that ties to what you're saying Asante like don't try to fit your format to be like anyone else's show be comfortable with maybe you. Love to talk, maybe you comfortably give us a three hour show maybe you like to do a quick shot give us a fifteen twenty minute show. I know NPR they have a lot of short shows that I love 'cause I could just be walking to the corner store I need something to just hold me down that five minutes ten minute walk. So the corner you know Does love to get in there banging. They look. Like I love that. You gave that advice because I think shoe there's no format. We're making this shit up none of us fucking. There's no there is no podcast formula because what whatever's the winning formula for someone may not win for you. The formula you create is the one that's going to win for you and that may not. Anyone. Else's. As, soon as you listen and it sounds formulaic, it's a turnoff payroll. That's another thing you have to be aware of needs to sound natural, and if you're trying to be like another motherfucker then. So you have to keep that in mind. Thank you guys for that conversation. I just thought that it'd be nice to kind of right. Just we have one of those is that anything you'd like to say any parting words before we switch off. I just want to say thank you to everybody that's ever come out to a live show wanted to come out to our lives. So I bought marriage from US and wears out. Or, left a comment or is tweeted or retweeted or has share with a friend or it's a new friend through the show any. Dan Mail though. Even email because a lot of y'all have shared a lot of. Details and you're in the email and some of them just because we say anything about it on the air does not mean we may not have shared it in behind the scenes because Johnson a lot of things. Any way you interacted with the show. Thank you for that. I just wanted that girl that was like. But you guys I don't think y'all been on twitter and see the tweet we got today. Not Pleased to. Give me no sign. Oh God. Okay. No telling. Donovan you would now. Okay that's. That's all I needed to. Say I needed to know you know Okay and you know who you are. And the answer to the question was always know will always be. Will forever be no is no was no. Shelby no Shan't be no. No, and no means no especially in this. Go ahead. I can't wait the Asante. Bring in a motherfucking. So because as both so much I, WanNa, keep my wellness segments short and sweet I asked a lot of questions about the books I'm reading because we've had some pretty awesome episodes based on books I. Read Excerpts, you know thoughts and concepts. So I'm GonNa let you guys know very quickly that started a thread on my twitter where I'm going to start sharing whatever books I'm reading or tackling that month I started at three months ago and so like I said the threat will come out the top of every month. My personal goal with books is not rigid 'cause you know life life's So sometimes, I can knock out a book sometimes I can knock out three sometimes, I can't not got any, but I will continue to share those because I noticed that you guys do find them interesting and my favorite thing is when you guys comment underneath my posts with what books you're reading because that is how I've been put onto a lot of really interesting books and conversations and I appreciate you, guys. Asked. On Twitter Wedneday Day. What's the last like mind blowing book you've read of any genre and it had thousands and thousands of tweets in response is been the hardest thing to try to keep track of because now, I wanna thousands and thousands of books to add to my collection as if I can do that. But I love you guys love how billion smart insightful why dying laughing. He's over here holding his chest in laugh. What happened? What kind of what kind of did you give friends? Keeping more because. I sent him to tweet. tweet. Gone on I'M GONNA ask. You had to see it. Three did you read the whole?.

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Think what's been good for me is the show which I've mentioned before like when I was on Youtube and had my blog and just more on the hey front hey side of things it was so heavily based on health and wellness and information that was a little more dense. So I didn't really have an opportunity to. My actual personality in a Lotta I did like if you watch on Youtube is still very much me but there wasn element that it was very black and white very matter of fact, this is what I'm teaching you this information. Thanks for watching by. Same with the Blah. And I think when we ventured into this platform while you're talking upwards of two to three hours, you know you you you're gonNA share more. You'RE GONNA show more of your personality whether people like it or not, and it was scary I just remember. How. Much more Tihar editor had to involved with the editing in the beginning because it was a lot of like walking on eggshells you know what I mean and and justice kind of. Full Year like fearful of like on they mentioned that I, speak for myself. Obviously. I was just so uncomfortable with being that free with my thoughts and my personality and being open, and now we barely send him notes on anything to Ed only like when there's actual mistakes that needed to you know needs to be edited out. But nothing edited excuse me nothing as far as our position on things and as scary as as it can be it actually helps you to feel stronger. In your positions in your stances in what you feel whether it's right or wrong sometimes, it's going to be wrong and you're GONNA get backlash but this is all part of the process of development and it's mortifying. It's amazing and I think that's probably been my favorite part and people get to see how funny I really am on this show s you are. They have no. Say that all the time like people have no idea. But I just show bits and pieces. But I, liked that I have an opportunity to like really be myself. You know on a platform outside of everything I've built. So that's probably been my favorite pie and then working with you guys because you guys are just hilarious hilarious. Thank you girl all my friends.

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"No no announce it. GonNa say they're like. Right. So I'll last week episode titled The Reference Episode, It was destined Roz takeover. We finally created that reference episode we've been talking about and it was an inside look at our inside jokes anything you'd like to add to that. So does the Russ You know what I just thank your because you'll have reminded me of so many good moments that we shared together. You know I'm all about an inside joke, a phrase mom you know a mumbled secret that's kind of conversation, and so the fact that we now have those as a community I really loved that shot up to the people who also recirculated like funny moments from our live shows. You guys have really been missing like being on stage and being on tour traveling with you guys you know and the team to Michelle like everybody listening I missed that and I saw a clip from our Toronto. So you'll remember when a girl would not stop talking and S. I shared it on twitter today because. There wasn't there is nothing in the world like being on that stage and being able to connect in alive. You know format with the audience like that, and just you know we all WanNa Heritage Shut up God. Bless. But we. Everybody did it so being able to see like okay, it's not just a issue to that was great. So subtlety offer the reference episode. Was Actually Really Fun, and we definitely have to do a part to the soon. 'cause there was so many. Many, many more. So Asante who stood out to you. Actually Independent soundcloud streets I WANNA. Give a quick shout out to Drako Alcatraz. That was yours. Okay. What I'M GONNA pick a different one there because there was a fuel. Are Jerko Jerks stop don't talk to me was from wizards of waverly places the Selena, Gomez Disney show I mean cute. Cute in the U she was a child. Of course you would pick something wizards of waverly but you know black magic's the reason it became what it was. I was going to put it out there. She is the reason that I loved it I didn't know Selena Gomez for Bush I. Shining is Disney and shot. See You DRAKO for bringing that back around. About to say. I got some hot off. I got breaking news but I'm waiting till. It's my turn 'cause that's literally where it belongs. So here for him, I'm scared. So e. E that's me Yes said. My second. Look at that alignment either that's me said, the official indigo accident is called singing in cursive apparently, my daughter cracks me up. Cracks me up talking about cursive indie singer voices. If you Google cursive singing, you'll find loads of laughs. Okay. News to me. You know we call it avocado around the. If you really WANNA laugh at the mother Farkas Corbett. So. Does then what did you? See All right. Hopefully we get some kind sound effect right there. You know to signal breaking news a hot off the presses guys get well guess what was literally just announced by the team over versus swiss-based. My. Next versus battle the this Sunday. September thirteenth one night only APM Gladys Knight. Patti labelle was just breaking may see. I love. Oh that's crazy. That's crazy. Is really funny about it.

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"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:41 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"War. Album. I'm Dustin Ross. This is the friend zone in. Here's the news that you can use first up. Keeping up with the Kardashians is ending in twenty, twenty, one with season twenty. Announced by Kim today who confirmed that they also fuck it after he told them, they had to film season twenty-one with Jada Pinkett Mama. Has. She wrote a asked on Ria table. They was like, no, it have this show. Next Tiger King says that he's been sexually assaulted in prison and ask for a presidential pardon from Donald Trump. Who happened to be scratching his inner thigh burping and then wiping his mouth taking shit and miss the request what And finally. You gotta get those in when you can finally. Dr. DRE is facing requests for two million dollars a month in temporary spousal support from his estranged wife a coal young who said in a statement to Cherie Whitfield my last name may be young, but I'm feeling they get old on that my Angelo looking ass niggers mining ain't. We. Can look things mental health move. Because who wants to be Bray? We don't hey friend how you doing I'm good. I just wanted to. Zoom name is I don't fuck off. Don't. Louis don't ask me twitter. Guys. We say you know what? This week this do some a little bit different Asante. How the fuck you doing? I'm doing good and I'm very glad that you segue there from twitter because I just want to stop being tagged and certain things. This is my plea t aw please stop me in Lake Lanier things. That's all. I ask. Other than I'm doing. Great. How you doing? I'm feeling really great especially since I have an amazing black business of the week for you guys this week. Is it the blackest business? Well, it's definitely black. It is actually a beautiful handcrafted fine jewelry line based right here in New York City by incredibly talented black artists named a Ziza. The brand is a Ziza handcrafted and.

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"5 year" Discussed on The Digital Story

The Digital Story

06:34 min | 3 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on The Digital Story

"Think one of the interesting things about a diary like this is that you can measure how quickly life changes. . It's one thing with your memory to go. Yeah. . . You know remember back a few years ago. . We used to sit around and do this and that, , but you sometimes weren't exactly sure when that was or. . What Would it look like an all the sort of things? ? A photo diary has a date and it has a picture and it has text and it has all the stuff that you need to fill in those gaps so that when you look at the photo diary entry, , then you go oh yeah. . I remember and then the other details come to you. . This is very helpful for not only remembering things but <hes> when people ask you, , Hey, , when was that we did or that or what did we do on my forty fifth birthday or? ? All that kind of stuff you actually have information available to you. . Now, , I'm going to talk about the actual software in the second segment. . So we'll get to that right now I'm just going to talk about the idea of a photo diary itself. . One of the things that I do like about them is especially compared to something that you would write down I mean this is electric. . This is on my phone on my IPAD and on my computer all my computers. . Is that a searchable so it makes it really easy to find stuff and I think that's one of the things that's important when you're doing this kind of work in especially when you're trying to retrieve this kind of work is going. . All right. . You just enter birthday two, thousand, , , seventeen or something like that and <hes>. . You can find what you're looking for pretty quickly. . Now, , I also find them useful <hes> for me knowing what cameras I'm using, , what settings I'm using actually put a lot of that information in the diary and in fact. . When I started it back in two thousand fifteen the idea was for me was to take an iphone picture <hes> of something that I was shooting with a film camera because obviously film cameras don't record any meditate at all. . Then that way I would have date than that way I would have temperature and things like that. . I would definitely have location which was very important to me, , and then I could go ahead and fill out notes about what was happening. . So that was the original concept of this. That's . what got me going on this however once I started doing it, , and then once I started looking back on what I had done I was going this is far more valuable than just adding meditated to analog shots I'm glad I did it I'm glad that I figured out the system to. Get . me going on it but like so many things in life it evolves to something completely different over time and in my case something better, , and that's something better is what I'm going to be sharing with you right now I know a lot of you don't care about fell photography and that's totally cool. . So I'm not really going to talk about that aspect of it, , but I did want you to know that that's what got me going on this and then led to what I'm GonNa, , talk about today what I thought I would do just to give you a feel. . For the kinds of things that I enter I, , picked five entries and I could have picked thirty five entries <hes> to share with you but I just picked five to give you a feel for these things. . Now, , each one has a picture. . Each one has a fair amount of location data time all that kind of stuff, , and then I usually put a caption with somebody give you five of them and then we'll talk a little bit more about maybe the value of a photo diary in your life as well. . August sixteenth two thousand sixteen. . Giants Baseball. . I packed the contacts one, , thirty, , nine q for some street shooting in San Francisco on our walk to at and T. Park for a giants game. . Four votes were going Zach Max Jason and myself. . We took the larks per ferry over to the Barca Daryl. . Strolled for a mile to the ballpark and then return to Lark spur of the giants ferry after the game, , the three boys, , and I had a great time. . So, , that's that's where the entry ends I'll tell you a little bit more about it. . So Zach Amax, , my sons and Jason is their friend who even to this day is their roommate. . So all three of them are living together down in Santa Clara California they all have different jobs there in Silicon Valley, , but this was back in two thousand sixteen. . And the reason why I start off with this entry is because they're just so many things that aren't happening right now we're in baseball season we can't go to a baseball game. . I'm not sure I would want to take the ferry to the embarcadero. . I would have to think about that in that whole experience that we had that day and that evening you know all crowded together at the ballpark. . <hes> hanging out with all these people watching a ballgame that right now just feels. . So in the past to me, , and that is interesting to you know look at the photo and read the entry and think about that really cool day that we hadn't by the way I got a photo out of that shoot <hes> that I just love of the three of them <hes> as we're walking down the embarcadero. . The shot of course, , I shared it with them later. . And they like the shot so much there's actually hanging on their wall in their house <hes>. . So it was a great day and <hes> is one of those days that I hope that we get to have again December twenty seventh two, , thousand, , sixteen, , the apple photos book at Barnes and Noble I was killing some time downtown waiting for the battery to be replaced in my iphone six S.. . So I, , ducked into our local Barnes and noble bookstore to see if the apple photos book for photographers was in stock much to my delight. . There was one copy left. . So I did what any photographer would do I faced forward and took a picture of it. .

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5 Years with a Photo Diary

The Digital Story

06:34 min | 3 months ago

5 Years with a Photo Diary

"Think one of the interesting things about a diary like this is that you can measure how quickly life changes. It's one thing with your memory to go. Yeah. You know remember back a few years ago. We used to sit around and do this and that, but you sometimes weren't exactly sure when that was or. What Would it look like an all the sort of things? A photo diary has a date and it has a picture and it has text and it has all the stuff that you need to fill in those gaps so that when you look at the photo diary entry, then you go oh yeah. I remember and then the other details come to you. This is very helpful for not only remembering things but when people ask you, Hey, when was that we did or that or what did we do on my forty fifth birthday or? All that kind of stuff you actually have information available to you. Now, I'm going to talk about the actual software in the second segment. So we'll get to that right now I'm just going to talk about the idea of a photo diary itself. One of the things that I do like about them is especially compared to something that you would write down I mean this is electric. This is on my phone on my IPAD and on my computer all my computers. Is that a searchable so it makes it really easy to find stuff and I think that's one of the things that's important when you're doing this kind of work in especially when you're trying to retrieve this kind of work is going. All right. You just enter birthday two, thousand, seventeen or something like that and You can find what you're looking for pretty quickly. Now, I also find them useful for me knowing what cameras I'm using, what settings I'm using actually put a lot of that information in the diary and in fact. When I started it back in two thousand fifteen the idea was for me was to take an iphone picture of something that I was shooting with a film camera because obviously film cameras don't record any meditate at all. Then that way I would have date than that way I would have temperature and things like that. I would definitely have location which was very important to me, and then I could go ahead and fill out notes about what was happening. So that was the original concept of this. That's what got me going on this however once I started doing it, and then once I started looking back on what I had done I was going this is far more valuable than just adding meditated to analog shots I'm glad I did it I'm glad that I figured out the system to. Get me going on it but like so many things in life it evolves to something completely different over time and in my case something better, and that's something better is what I'm going to be sharing with you right now I know a lot of you don't care about fell photography and that's totally cool. So I'm not really going to talk about that aspect of it, but I did want you to know that that's what got me going on this and then led to what I'm GonNa, talk about today what I thought I would do just to give you a feel. For the kinds of things that I enter I, picked five entries and I could have picked thirty five entries to share with you but I just picked five to give you a feel for these things. Now, each one has a picture. Each one has a fair amount of location data time all that kind of stuff, and then I usually put a caption with somebody give you five of them and then we'll talk a little bit more about maybe the value of a photo diary in your life as well. August sixteenth two thousand sixteen. Giants Baseball. I packed the contacts one, thirty, nine q for some street shooting in San Francisco on our walk to at and T. Park for a giants game. Four votes were going Zach Max Jason and myself. We took the larks per ferry over to the Barca Daryl. Strolled for a mile to the ballpark and then return to Lark spur of the giants ferry after the game, the three boys, and I had a great time. So, that's that's where the entry ends I'll tell you a little bit more about it. So Zach Amax, my sons and Jason is their friend who even to this day is their roommate. So all three of them are living together down in Santa Clara California they all have different jobs there in Silicon Valley, but this was back in two thousand sixteen. And the reason why I start off with this entry is because they're just so many things that aren't happening right now we're in baseball season we can't go to a baseball game. I'm not sure I would want to take the ferry to the embarcadero. I would have to think about that in that whole experience that we had that day and that evening you know all crowded together at the ballpark. hanging out with all these people watching a ballgame that right now just feels. So in the past to me, and that is interesting to you know look at the photo and read the entry and think about that really cool day that we hadn't by the way I got a photo out of that shoot that I just love of the three of them as we're walking down the embarcadero. The shot of course, I shared it with them later. And they like the shot so much there's actually hanging on their wall in their house So it was a great day and is one of those days that I hope that we get to have again December twenty seventh two, thousand, sixteen, the apple photos book at Barnes and Noble I was killing some time downtown waiting for the battery to be replaced in my iphone six S.. So I, ducked into our local Barnes and noble bookstore to see if the apple photos book for photographers was in stock much to my delight. There was one copy left. So I did what any photographer would do I faced forward and took a picture of it.

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"5 year" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"Or that data Turquoise Turquoise. Hey y'all. It's me Brinda. Love Turquoise in that right, Tiem I think we need to save the Turquoise her Brenda. We will well those sound like so fine gift ideas. If you guys are in a marriage and you gift ideas there you go. Would cotton leather gold paper? Rock scissors paper. Happy Anniversary. Just going to bring you in a stick, here's your would gif. Only give is that we have each other. Yes, that's the gift that keeps on giving. You're the best. You're the best. Oh! No the Red List. Take an all know well. We appreciate everybody tuning in happy anniversary to Milady Jags. If you haven't found love, don't give up hope I'm telling you I'd never thought it was coming. I waited for it for a long time. I was sad about it plenty and the day. Yeah, she just appeared. We both weren't looking and boom stay open and in my advice is. Don't settle. If you know, it doesn't feel, right. Don't force it Yeah, be happy with yourself. Be Good yourself and you know if you feel good about yourself and where you're at, you know that's most important. Yes, that's important, but. But also I think sometimes we tried to hard to shove a square peg into a round hole, and it's not. You're not failing I. just feel like we put too much pressure, but of course when two people are meeting up and trying to do life together. You'RE GONNA have a lot of matches that don't work you know, and so I feel like people shouldn't feel bad when it just doesn't work out, and I will say this relationship has been so easy, and it felt right from the beginning, even though we had to overcome a lot of obstacles in terms of careers were very different long distance. but it didn't feel like it was too hard. We work any of those things. I wanted to yeah. Yeah, yeah, I think in the day. That's a big part of it because we didn't know we didn't know when you moved here. What would happen, but we both were like I know I want to go on this journey with you and figure it out. Yes, and here we are year we are. In five years, and we're here with you guys and thanks for being a part of our journey. Yes, thank you so much for all of your support. and we will talk to you next week bye!.

"5 year" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

03:03 min | 5 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"Little work, maybe I should just practice singing first and then songwriting. I don't know. I feel like you just jump into songwriting communism. I'm you'll have the most we're on. People were like you hit so many different octaves in the song, but that they weren't saying that. It's like a compliment. Because, I was doing my voice the whole these. Who pulled. Do. Saw All right all right we are. Going to call me again I just wish you would sing for real. Listen people laugh. They had a good time and that what I wanted and I had a good time. You had a good time. I think it was..

"5 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"All right. So at the time recording in the middle of this seventy launch the phonology launch hopefully while he has a chance to had a chance to watch that we started on January second third and fourth. I'm doing three days of training and then we're making it off. At the end for people get recordings from the training and the transcript so much other stuff when they get their take like you might. So that's kind of what's happening and It's been really fun but yesterday to the very procession to was three hours long top my face off it was awesome. We streamed at both facebook and Youtube. And then we got done we came off the stats and stuff we had between platforms about five thousand people watching twenty five hundred and one hundred people on the phone so it was kind of cool and what's amazing is the afterwards youtube and facebook shows you how much time was consumed or how many how many video time it was cool. They they don't do it. My caves the an average of twenty two. I mean the pressure as well but they say look of the five thousand people watched you took like. Let's go watch for five watch for an hour for three hours of scholarship. It'd make you put like stack that time together. Now I'm in the three hours. I was on stage. One point. Two years of video tie was consumed one point two the years that one point two years worth of time was consumed while I was live. And then we we. It was online for another twelve hours afterwards which increases much. Oh I'm guessing probably at least a year and a half if not if not more consumed that was number one right there. Point is offline data about to start in the datum of three so this is a one one and a half years of viewing time happened yesterday. In probably GONNA the year half today and tomorrow so when all said done worth three four four and a half the three or four four almost five years. Let's say five rounded up five years of viewing time with was consumed during this launch. Now I'm I'm Tony because interesting. This is the magic of leverage. This is why we do what we do right like. Let's say I wanted to be a teacher. Let's say I wanted to have a huge impact around the world and so let's say I go on a teaching degree. I get a job and a good university. Let's start teaching kids and I teach a class three days a week. And there's fifty kids each each thing and teaching gene. Our Day started looking at that way. It's like okay. Let's say there's fifty kids. Teaching hours is fifty hours types. Threes a week. One hundred fifty hours How long would it take for me to teach five years worth of content right if you've hook it back to back to back take me a decade or two or three right you? That's how traditional education is done. That's how most people get their messages out. Mostly will teach at educators like if we shift this this mindset like how do we how do we go live how do we how do we share message with with tons of people got over this week. We'll have five years worth of education. Right let's I wanted to go mentor. Some one on one you AH. That's me spending five and a half years with somebody to get the impact that is able to get in a couple of days anyway. It was just like well it was just just like oh my gosh like my message can go so much further today because of these tools we have these these crazy things. The seven day live wants concept of lows and get five years worth so by training out into the market and and it's just it's it's exciting. It's fascinating so tell you this because I want you to understand like how much of an impact you can have on people. That's why these these tools. These trainings is marquis. All of a sudden we're doing and teaching Thomas so important because the impact that little me a little you can have now in. The world is hught five years with education in three days again back in the day taking your traditional educator. How long years lifetimes to do what we did in a weekend? And same thing is true for you and so hoping she cited hope it gets you more passionate about your mission mission and more passionate about your job and your ability and you're calling to go out there and share because you can have an impact. I'm thinking about teachers. I Dunno Aristotle Socrates. He's like the early philosophers. Right like you're able to do the weekend. They can do in a lifetime right anything about the impact that those guys had on on their you know their spheres of influence that huge right and the impact you can have on your spirits even bigger right. This is little tiny hinges. Swing such huge doors. And so that's why it's so important so vital for all of us to be building. Our platform building are following doing trading doing stuff putting our message pretty Thoughts putting our our ideas. That is out there because we're not careful. The ideas the ideas we don't you know don't agree with are being published out there right and then he consumed consumed by millions of people. It's like if we're not out there doing our best to suck the attention away from the negative messages and sucker attention away from things that are destructive for people and give them light and truth. I hope and belief in things that do matter that are important. Like that's that's that's a that's a pretty powerful it. All of us have been called to do that. And so it it is not just a way for you guys. Make money something where you can literally change people's lives and hope you see that hope you understand that it'd be fun to actually go back to my podcast look look at who got ten thousand downloads. Times twelve minutes eagles. How much time? How many episodes like be fun to kind of look at how many how many years with content that's been consumed to the podcast as well? I think it's just fascinating and interesting cool so anyway Want to share with yesterday. Because it's been on my mind and I just thought it was exciting and got me got me excited to share more. I'm going to live again in about about ninety minutes. And hopefully get five or six years worth of you time in Sucking that time away from the distractions that aren't serving people in our empowering them and and giving them the tools they need to have they wanna live so all right. Thanks guys appreciate Y'all and we'll talk to you as very. Hey this Russell again and I really quick I wanNA thank you so much for listening to the marketing secrets. podcast hope you enjoyed this episode and if you did you imagine what it would be like experiences for four days with five thousand other insane hackers people who just like you. Think like you. Who believe vision like you if you'd like to do that and you need to be? This year's final hacking live is coming me up very very soon if you'll ever take shape and go to follow hockey live dot com and it gives you the ability to leave your home. Leave where you're you're trying to create dream and come to a place with a whole bunch of people who think like you who believe like you see visions like you of what they can create what they can become. Life is not just a marketing event personnel development event. It's both of those things into one and it is an experience that will change your life forever so make sure you get your tickets. You don't have me. I go to hockey live dot com. You're tickets we've sold out a five years in a row. We will sell this year as well. And after your tickets you'll be there with five thousand other insane crazy fun the funnel hackers talking how to grow the business sharing all the best. That's market secrets. Things that are working today. You gotta go your tickets now at funneled hacking live dot com. Thanks so much in Nashville..

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"5 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"All right. So at the time recording in the middle of this seventy launch the phonology launch hopefully while he has a chance to had a chance to watch that we started on January second third and fourth. I'm doing three days of training and then we're making it off. At the end for people get recordings from the training and the transcript so much other stuff when they get their take like you might. So that's kind of what's happening and It's been really fun but yesterday to the very procession to was three hours long top my face off it was awesome. We streamed at both facebook and Youtube. And then we got done we came off the stats and stuff we had between platforms about five thousand people watching twenty five hundred and one hundred people on the phone so it was kind of cool and what's amazing is the afterwards youtube and facebook shows you how much time was consumed or how many how many video time it was cool. They they don't do it. My caves the an average of twenty two. I mean the pressure as well but they say look of the five thousand people watched you took like. Let's go watch for five watch for an hour for three hours of scholarship. It'd make you put like stack that time together. Now I'm in the three hours. I was on stage. One point. Two years of video tie was consumed one point two the years that one point two years worth of time was consumed while I was live. And then we we. It was online for another twelve hours afterwards which increases much. Oh I'm guessing probably at least a year and a half if not if not more consumed that was number one right there. Point is offline data about to start in the datum of three so this is a one one and a half years of viewing time happened yesterday. In probably GONNA the year half today and tomorrow so when all said done worth three four four and a half the three or four four almost five years. Let's say five rounded up five years of viewing time with was consumed during this launch. Now I'm I'm Tony because interesting. This is the magic of leverage. This is why we do what we do right like. Let's say I wanted to be a teacher. Let's say I wanted to have a huge impact around the world and so let's say I go on a teaching degree. I get a job and a good university. Let's start teaching kids and I teach a class three days a week. And there's fifty kids each each thing and teaching gene. Our Day started looking at that way. It's like okay. Let's say there's fifty kids. Teaching hours is fifty hours types. Threes a week. One hundred fifty hours How long would it take for me to teach five years worth of content right if you've hook it back to back to back take me a decade or two or three right you? That's how traditional education is done. That's how most people get their messages out. Mostly will teach at educators like if we shift this this mindset like how do we how do we go live how do we how do we share message with with tons of people got over this week. We'll have five years worth of education. Right let's I wanted to go mentor. Some one on one you AH. That's me spending five and a half years with somebody to get the impact that is able to get in a couple of days anyway. It was just like well it was just just like oh my gosh like my message can go so much further today because of these tools we have these these crazy things. The seven day live wants concept of lows and get five years worth so by training out into the market and and it's just it's it's exciting. It's fascinating so tell you this because I want you to understand like how much of an impact you can have on people. That's why these these tools. These trainings is marquis. All of a sudden we're doing and teaching Thomas so important because the impact that little me a little you can have now in. The world is hught five years with education in three days again back in the day taking your traditional educator. How long years lifetimes to do what we did in a weekend? And same thing is true for you and so hoping she cited hope it gets you more passionate about your mission mission and more passionate about your job and your ability and you're calling to go out there and share because you can have an impact. I'm thinking about teachers. I Dunno Aristotle Socrates. He's like the early philosophers. Right like you're able to do the weekend. They can do in a lifetime right anything about the impact that those guys had on on their you know their spheres of influence that huge right and the impact you can have on your spirits even bigger right. This is little tiny hinges. Swing such huge doors. And so that's why it's so important so vital for all of us to be building. Our platform building are following doing trading doing stuff putting our message pretty Thoughts putting our our ideas. That is out there because we're not careful. The ideas the ideas we don't you know don't agree with are being published out there right and then he consumed consumed by millions of people. It's like if we're not out there doing our best to suck the attention away from the negative messages and sucker attention away from things that are destructive for people and give them light and truth. I hope and belief in things that do matter that are important. Like that's that's that's a that's a pretty powerful it. All of us have been called to do that. And so it it is not just a way for you guys. Make money something where you can literally change people's lives and hope you see that hope you understand that it'd be fun to actually go back to my podcast look look at who got ten thousand downloads. Times twelve minutes eagles. How much time? How many episodes like be fun to kind of look at how many how many years with content that's been consumed to the podcast as well? I think it's just fascinating and interesting cool so anyway Want to share with yesterday. Because it's been on my mind and I just thought it was exciting and got me got me excited to share more. I'm going to live again in about about ninety minutes. And hopefully get five or six years worth of you time in Sucking that time away from the distractions that aren't serving people in our empowering them and and giving them the tools they need to have they wanna live so all right. Thanks guys appreciate Y'all and we'll talk to you as very. Hey this Russell again and I really quick I wanNA thank you so much for listening to the marketing secrets. podcast hope you enjoyed this episode and if you did you imagine what it would be like experiences for four days with five thousand other insane hackers people who just like you. Think like you. Who believe vision like you if you'd like to do that and you need to be? This year's final hacking live is coming me up very very soon if you'll ever take shape and go to follow hockey live dot com and it gives you the ability to leave your home. Leave where you're you're trying to create dream and come to a place with a whole bunch of people who think like you who believe like you see visions like you of what they can create what they can become. Life is not just a marketing event personnel development event. It's both of those things into one and it is an experience that will change your life forever so make sure you get your tickets. You don't have me. I go to hockey live dot com. You're tickets we've sold out a five years in a row. We will sell this year as well. And after your tickets you'll be there with five thousand other insane crazy fun the funnel hackers talking how to grow the business sharing all the best. That's market secrets. Things that are working today. You gotta go your tickets now at funneled hacking live dot com. Thanks so much in Nashville..

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"5 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

06:58 min | 11 months ago

"5 year" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"All right. So at the time recording in the middle of this seventy launch the phonology launch hopefully while he has a chance to had a chance to watch that we started on January second third and fourth. I'm doing three days of training and then we're making it off. At the end for people get recordings from the training and the transcript so much other stuff when they get their take like you might. So that's kind of what's happening and It's been really fun but yesterday to the very procession to was three hours long top my face off it was awesome. We streamed at both facebook and Youtube. And then we got done we came off the stats and stuff we had between platforms about five thousand people watching twenty five hundred and one hundred people on the phone so it was kind of cool and what's amazing is the afterwards youtube and facebook shows you how much time was consumed or how many how many video time it was cool. They they don't do it. My caves the an average of twenty two. I mean the pressure as well but they say look of the five thousand people watched you took like. Let's go watch for five watch for an hour for three hours of scholarship. It'd make you put like stack that time together. Now I'm in the three hours. I was on stage. One point. Two years of video tie was consumed one point two the years that one point two years worth of time was consumed while I was live. And then we we. It was online for another twelve hours afterwards which increases much. Oh I'm guessing probably at least a year and a half if not if not more consumed that was number one right there. Point is offline data about to start in the datum of three so this is a one one and a half years of viewing time happened yesterday. In probably GONNA the year half today and tomorrow so when all said done worth three four four and a half the three or four four almost five years. Let's say five rounded up five years of viewing time with was consumed during this launch. Now I'm I'm Tony because interesting. This is the magic of leverage. This is why we do what we do right like. Let's say I wanted to be a teacher. Let's say I wanted to have a huge impact around the world and so let's say I go on a teaching degree. I get a job and a good university. Let's start teaching kids and I teach a class three days a week. And there's fifty kids each each thing and teaching gene. Our Day started looking at that way. It's like okay. Let's say there's fifty kids. Teaching hours is fifty hours types. Threes a week. One hundred fifty hours How long would it take for me to teach five years worth of content right if you've hook it back to back to back take me a decade or two or three right you? That's how traditional education is done. That's how most people get their messages out. Mostly will teach at educators like if we shift this this mindset like how do we how do we go live how do we how do we share message with with tons of people got over this week. We'll have five years worth of education. Right let's I wanted to go mentor. Some one on one you AH. That's me spending five and a half years with somebody to get the impact that is able to get in a couple of days anyway. It was just like well it was just just like oh my gosh like my message can go so much further today because of these tools we have these these crazy things. The seven day live wants concept of lows and get five years worth so by training out into the market and and it's just it's it's exciting. It's fascinating so tell you this because I want you to understand like how much of an impact you can have on people. That's why these these tools. These trainings is marquis. All of a sudden we're doing and teaching Thomas so important because the impact that little me a little you can have now in. The world is hught five years with education in three days again back in the day taking your traditional educator. How long years lifetimes to do what we did in a weekend? And same thing is true for you and so hoping she cited hope it gets you more passionate about your mission mission and more passionate about your job and your ability and you're calling to go out there and share because you can have an impact. I'm thinking about teachers. I Dunno Aristotle Socrates. He's like the early philosophers. Right like you're able to do the weekend. They can do in a lifetime right anything about the impact that those guys had on on their you know their spheres of influence that huge right and the impact you can have on your spirits even bigger right. This is little tiny hinges. Swing such huge doors. And so that's why it's so important so vital for all of us to be building. Our platform building are following doing trading doing stuff putting our message pretty Thoughts putting our our ideas. That is out there because we're not careful. The ideas the ideas we don't you know don't agree with are being published out there right and then he consumed consumed by millions of people. It's like if we're not out there doing our best to suck the attention away from the negative messages and sucker attention away from things that are destructive for people and give them light and truth. I hope and belief in things that do matter that are important. Like that's that's that's a that's a pretty powerful it. All of us have been called to do that. And so it it is not just a way for you guys. Make money something where you can literally change people's lives and hope you see that hope you understand that it'd be fun to actually go back to my podcast look look at who got ten thousand downloads. Times twelve minutes eagles. How much time? How many episodes like be fun to kind of look at how many how many years with content that's been consumed to the podcast as well? I think it's just fascinating and interesting cool so anyway Want to share with yesterday. Because it's been on my mind and I just thought it was exciting and got me got me excited to share more. I'm going to live again in about about ninety minutes. And hopefully get five or six years worth of you time in Sucking that time away from the distractions that aren't serving people in our empowering them and and giving them the tools they need to have they wanna live so all right. Thanks guys appreciate Y'all and we'll talk to you as very. Hey this Russell again and I really quick I wanNA thank you so much for listening to the marketing secrets. podcast hope you enjoyed this episode and if you did you imagine what it would be like experiences for four days with five thousand other insane hackers people who just like you. Think like you. Who believe vision like you if you'd like to do that and you need to be? This year's final hacking live is coming me up very very soon if you'll ever take shape and go to follow hockey live dot com and it gives you the ability to leave your home. Leave where you're you're trying to create dream and come to a place with a whole bunch of people who think like you who believe like you see visions like you of what they can create what they can become. Life is not just a marketing event personnel development event. It's both of those things into one and it is an experience that will change your life forever so make sure you get your tickets. You don't have me. I go to hockey live dot com. You're tickets we've sold out a five years in a row. We will sell this year as well. And after your tickets you'll be there with five thousand other insane crazy fun the funnel hackers talking how to grow the business sharing all the best. That's market secrets. Things that are working today. You gotta go your tickets now at funneled hacking live dot com. Thanks so much in Nashville..

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"5 year" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

Legacy-Dads Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"5 year" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

"I think they call it I or one but <hes> you can go over to family. Matters Dot net <hes> <hes> or believe. It's also on Amazon just for grace based parenting. It's actually a DVD study that you can buy you can do it as a small group or or we just did it his parents or if you're a church or you are on right now media which is essentially kind of a Christian <hes> streaming type Netflix thing <hes> believe it's on on there as well but what you'll learn is through the course of this first thing is is really. How do you create an atmosphere of grace in your home. How do you focus there's three <hes> driving inner needs that every child has and one what are they and then how do we meet those as parents and then this shows you how to start laying the groundwork of teaching love acceptance and grace through things like <hes> they're playing their school their friends or sports and again and as everything the real the thing that we always harp on and I love his all this is learned through actions not words and so goes back to that modeling aspect where we have to modernise us in the home for our kids that catches so <hes>. I hope that kind of get encapsulated some this. It's it's a lot <hes> I will tell you guys as Dante Oughta go back over to Legacy Dad's dot Org backslash stages and you can walk through and look at some of this other stuff. We put some links in there as well. We can get on these more resources but I would say. Don't try to do it all once. Grab one or two of these things grab whatever makes sense to you or whatever you gravitate to just try to incorporate some of these things in into to your family or into your kids lives right now and with that guys that just want to say as always we love you guys. We thank you so much support reprieve you guys <hes>. Please hit US up. You can hit us up on facebook INSTAGRAM <hes> we'll put this up on facebook in the close facebook groups. You guys come in a discussion. If you WANNA talk a little bit more about this or <hes> share in some ways that maybe you want some of the things you do with your family and your children because we'd love to hear that as well <hes> and please head over to itunes. Leave us a great five star our review <hes> if you don't like send don't worry about it. It's not a big deal but if you do you do leave the review yeah and also I would just add to that land. We really appreciate some of those prayer requests that are out there. You know thank you for being raw and open you know you're you're getting at the heart in the vein in of legacy dads and for those of you that are saying hey liked to hear this topic or can you address that. Keep those common because you're not only just affirming what we're doing but you're your challenge <unk> challenging us as well to go deeper and really hit you guys where you're at but it's also kinda hit us too because it's a good reminder or maybe some of the things that were shellacking are lacking on that. We can get a little bit more attention to so. We're doing this together guys yeah. Absolutely I think what we're GONNA do is we're. GonNa break this out of the next few PODCASTS and give you every stage age so maybe you're not at that stage right now but you can then you'll have this resource you can go back to it or download it or whatever and you'll have that for when you kids hit there hit that stage you can listen to this but we're. GonNa hit this up for you. Guys and I hope it's a valuable resource of it is let us know again. This is based on evidence-based wins based Biblical proven evidence that actually works to raise kids who ultimately grow up to be crossing results nets looking the point so that guys we thank you watch and as always we appreciate you and we will see extend gabbling. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of the Legacy Dad's dad's podcast.

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"5 year" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

Legacy-Dads Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"5 year" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

"We're talking one years old when you're when they're playing with others and things like that teaching them empathy for others. Hey we share our toys. No you know if if your brother takes your toy away don't hit them over the head with it. <hes> you know those types of things are when they're out socially playing. Maybe take him to the nursery at church. How do they the you know the show empathy for others and this idea that you're not the only person in the world there are other peoples in the world. You have to have a consideration for other people's feelings. You have to think of others not only just yourself starts. It doesn't start talking is one years old <hes> <hes> the other thing I think is a we talked about his boundaries and discipline and when I'm talking more about here we want boundaries want discipline but really what we're aiming them forced teaching them self discipline and that there's consequences for actions and I think if the one thing that can set you up for having having a smooth <hes> parenting career his is basically getting boundaries and disciplined right. <hes> you know early on so you know teaching kids at. Hey this is these are the rules. This is the boundary. If you cross that boundary there's GonNa be consequences but not only teaching kids the self-discipline that it hey listen if mom and dad aren't around you still follow the rules. There are still boundaries and from a very early age if they can learn that that's GonNa make take your teenage years Dante so much more easy does that make sense to you and my wife has big your kids you know from a mental you know healthy a all the way around fulfillment they need boundaries because without boundaries and nobody really likes to talk about this in the world but you creating. Zaidi and hottest hottest society show let's deal with anxiety and you know you create worry and you create stress and then you go into a whole lot of gastronomical issues as as far as like you know. Alzheimer's and you know ticks and everything else like that and you don't when you give a kid about it and they're going to push back. They're gonNA hate you and the older they get the more. They're gonNA tell you that they know more than you. The more they're going to tell you that they're smarter than you and the thing about it is the whole purpose of like. We're talking about these early. Stats you know getting search getting you know the serving like the empathy for others is that they're going to realize that not only are you you really seriously talking you talk the talk but walking the walk and so when they leave and they depart from you or they start going the wrong way or taking their own autonomy and steps as an adult they may they make mistakes their centers like you and I and we've made mistakes and you you gotta look for those teachable moments that when they blow it you know you can come down and just totally holy murder them with just a anger and frustration and telling them they soccer. They're not worth it or you can sit there and say you know what they they knew..

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