38 Burst results for "5 Years"

A highlight from Real Estate Agents 5 Year Guide To Become A Millionaire

Real Estate Coaching Radio

03:07 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Real Estate Agents 5 Year Guide To Become A Millionaire

"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. Julie and I are going to be presenting to you over the next few days, our real estate agents five year guide to become a millionaire, a big lofty title, but I'm sure you'll agree after you hear today's show, especially as we get into some of the points that you will understand this is a path forward that all of you can be taking, even in this crazy real estate market with all this sort of salacious headlines that are happening now. Does not matter. This is the path that many of our coaching clients have followed and to some extent that Julie and I did as well. So we are absolutely positive when you follow this path, you know, adjusting accordingly, depending on your own experiences, you will find what you're after in terms of financial freedom. And I think it's good, Julie, at this point that we do like a lot of people get stuck on the words like millionaire and rich and all the rest of it. And so let's simplify it all that means. And again, don't worry about if you don't necessarily, if you have a reaction to a specific word, if it maybe conjures up negative emotions or feelings or any of these types of things, some of you are thinking, well, how the hell can the word millionaire actually conjure up anything other than positivity? Well, there are people out there who are a little bit repulsed by the idea of a certain of some people having more than others, right? I mean, the whole 1 % conversation just to sort of, I think, draw a line out of that. But really, the goal should be in our humble opinions should be for you to be rich and you no longer actually have to work for your money. That's it, where your money is coming in on autopilot every month from having actually, you know, and where's that money come from investments, it can come from rental property come from exp revenue share, come from all different sources. But what's important is, in order to get there in the first place, you have to build a successful ATM machine. In other words, you have to build a successful real estate practice. And then you have to run a very profitable real estate practice. And then with that profit, then you can reinvest into things that make you passive income. Now, I know that was a lot in a very short period of time. But after you've listened to these, this three part series, you will understand clearly I think a lot of you are going to have a massive sense of relief. That's right. So we're going to give you a specific practical and tactical plan in order to meet or exceed your goals in real estate career and ultimately in your life in five years or less. As Tim said, you can adjust accordingly based on your own experience level, your skill set, and maybe your goal is to be a half millionaire. Maybe it's to be, you know, double that. So you can adjust. Julie still has her allergies, obviously. So what we're going to do today is we're going to go through what we don't want for you and what we do want for you. And I'm going to start out right away with what we don't want for you. We don't want you to be burned out, broken and beholden to other people or companies controlling your success.

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Fresh update on "5 years" discussed on The Crypto Conversation

The Crypto Conversation

00:21 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "5 years" discussed on The Crypto Conversation

"Hi everyone, Andy Pickering here, I'm your host and welcome to the Crypto Conversation, a Brave New Coin podcast where we talk to the people building the future in the Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency space. 5 years ago, deep in a bear market, a group of traditional finance experts founded BitGet and they've been building ever since. Now, with 20 million users worldwide, BitGet is committed to helping users trade smarter by providing a secure one-stop crypto investment solution with copy trading, future trading and spot trading. Your security is their priority and BitGet has one of the largest protection funds in the industry with US $300 million to cover potential trader losses from unforeseen events that are not due to misconduct from the user or platform. BitGet wants to inspire everyone to embrace Web3 so if you're new to crypto, learn more at the BitGet Academy with free blockchain courses, crypto guides, cryptocurrency trading strategies and more. Or for the experienced investor, trade smarter with daily access to institutional-grade crypto market intelligence and trends analysis with BitGet Research. I've put links to BitGet Research and the BitGet Academy in the show notes so get amongst it or simply go to bitget.com. Thank you to BitGet and now it is on with the show. My guest today is Andrew McFarland. Andrew is the CTO at Validation Cloud, a staking as a service provider. Hey, welcome to the show, Andrew. Thank you, Andy. Nice to meet you and thank you for having me on today. It is a pleasure. Andrew, let's do what we do at the beginning of the show. Be great if you could please introduce yourself. Be cool to hear a little bit about your personal and professional history, really what you've been doing in the lead up to joining the team at Validation Cloud. Sure. So a little bit more on me. I'm one of the co-founders and CTO of Validation Cloud. My background is in computer engineering, spent some time early in my career in telecom working on content distribution networks as well as cybersecurity before getting into the Web3 space about six years ago now, initially from an investment perspective with some of my co-founders and saw the opportunities to provide better infrastructure to the Web3 ecosystem. And on the back of that, we founded Validation Cloud, which is a Web3 infrastructure company that you can think of in many ways as a Cloudflare for Web3. So we're bringing scalability, resilience into the Web3 infrastructure space and providing a platform for different ecosystems. So that involves staking node API and data as a service for many of the top ecosystems across the blockchain space. And so just to be clear, when we talk about institutions in this case, I guess, yes, another way of saying, who is the target audience or the different customer segments, if you like, for Validation Cloud, Andrew? Sure, so I can I can nuance that based on product, but at a high level, our platform is built for enterprise or institutions in the staking space, that includes institutional asset managers, custodians, exchanges that require significant security and resilience in order to feel comfortable in a staking as a service product. We're very proud to have achieved our SOC2 compliance, which is really the gold standard of security in the Web2 space and bringing that over to our infrastructure in Web3. And on the node API and data side, enterprise can include everything from large applications to many of the different stakeholders across an ecosystem, whether it be wallets, exchanges or blue chip enterprises who want to push their transactions and read data from the state of blockchain networks. And we've built that product to be highly scalable. So we're proud to have ranked number one on compare nodes, which ranks the top node API providers in the space in terms of performance for, I believe, six plus months since we've been listed on their website. And so giving high performance and scalability to these applications in order to to really scale their businesses. Got it. Thank you, Andrew. Just before we jump into some of the I guess the differences between Validation Cloud and well, other staking providers, I guess, and some of the advantages that you guys provide be probably useful, Andrew, just to kind of get a recap and would love to get this from you, just in terms of just a high level overview of what staking is, why it's important. And yeah, I guess the benefits that staking provides to various crypto ecosystems, I suppose we're really specifically talking about Ethereum in this case. But yeah, just love to get a recap, if you like. Sure. So in many ways, Ethereum is the flagship deployment of proof of stake, but we do support other proof of stake based ecosystems like Aptos, Casper and several others. So maybe wind that back and and talk about staking at a high level. So different ecosystems emerged first, obviously, was Bitcoin with proof of work. And there's been different proof of variants in the space, which is really at a very high level, a way of selecting who is the next miner or validator for for building the next block in the blockchain network. And so proof of stake emerged as well, one way to select that is relative to the amount of stake on associated with that validator. So staking as a service is really a way to connect token holders with the underlying infrastructure to be able to participate in consensus. And that really allows for two things. One is it improves the security of the protocol as there's more tokens participating in consensus, becomes more prohibitively expensive to influence consensus as a malicious actor. And two, and most importantly for our customers, is that allows you to participate in the block rewards generation of consensus. And so there's revenue or yield associated with with staking that drives token holders to want to participate in it. And then the key for our product is and what makes something truly staking as a service is when a validator organization like ourselves provides the underlying infrastructure, but at no point has actual custody over the assets being delegated to it in order to to perform consensus and generate those rewards. So those while they're sort of linked on chain, there's never a point at which a validation firm or ourselves can can get access to those tokens.

A highlight from The Solana Foundation - Stewarding Solana

The Crypto Conversation

06:30 min | Last month

A highlight from The Solana Foundation - Stewarding Solana

"Hi everyone, Andy Pickering here, I'm your host and welcome to the Crypto Conversation, a Brave New Coin podcast where we talk to the people building the future in the Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency space. 5 years ago, deep in a bear market, a group of traditional finance experts founded Bitget, and they've been building ever since. Now with 20 million users worldwide, Bitget is committed to helping users trade smarter by providing a secure one -stop crypto investment solution with copy trading, future trading and spot trading. Your security is their priority and Bitget has one of the largest protection funds in the industry with US $300 million to cover potential trader losses from unforeseen events that are not due to misconduct from the user or platform. Bitget wants to inspire everyone to embrace Web3, so if you're new to crypto, learn more at the Bitget Academy with free blockchain courses, crypto guides, cryptocurrency trading strategies and more. Or for the experienced investor, trade smarter with daily access to institutional -grade crypto market intelligence and trends analysis with Bitget Research. I've put links to Bitget Research and the Bitget Academy in the show notes, so get amongst it or simply go to bitget .com. Thank you to Bitget and now it is on with the show. My guest today is Austin Federer. Austin is the Head of Strategy at Solana Foundation, working across the Solana ecosystem on a variety of initiatives, I'm sure. Welcome to the show, Austin. Hey, thanks for having me. It is a pleasure. Let's do what we do at the beginning of the show, Austin. It'd be great if you could please introduce yourself. I'd love to hear just a little bit of your personal and professional backstory, what you've been doing in the lead up to getting involved with Solana. Yeah, certainly. So today, now I am the Head of Strategy at the Solana Foundation. So I've been at the organization first at Solana Labs and now at the Solana Foundation for about three years. So I joined the project in the very beginning of 2021 in January. And before that, I was working for Bison Trails, running a product marketing for them. And Bison Trails was a blockchain infrastructure company that got acquired by Coinbase at the very end of 2020. Before that, I worked for more on the investment side and going back, working for startups. But my original career trajectory was actually as a journalist. So my first two years at a school, I spent working for an NPR member station and the Boston Globe and PRI. So a pretty big change from that into the world of startups and technology. Yeah, absolutely. And so Solana, is that your first, I guess, endeavor in the blockchain space? No. So I originally started working in the space in mid -2017 when I joined a fintech company that was starting to build out some blockchain borrow -lend solutions at the time. It was sort of an attempt to save that company. And that product never ended up shipping. The company basically went bankrupt. But that was the first real exposure for me to building something on blockchain. And I got hooked. So after that, I went to work for Republic, which is a private investment platform for non -accredited investors, and launched Republic Crypto with the team there. And that was really, from then on, I've been working in the blockchain space. But this was the first time actually going to work for a proper layer one or layer two protocol. Before that, I was more either on the investment side or sort of on the blockchain infrastructure side as opposed to working for a foundation itself. Got it. Got it. Thank you, Austin. So yeah, I mean, Solana is a fascinating one, and I'm sure you can appreciate the nuance behind that. There's a multitude of reasons why Solana is interesting and kind of divisive in some ways as well. But we can talk about that as we go deeper into the show. But to begin with, Austin, I suppose it would be good just to understand, you know, you know, various layer one blockchains, which in theory are decentralized distributed ledgers, but many of them still have, well, foundations attached to them. So maybe just explain a little bit about the structure and I suppose the vision or the goals or the purpose really of the Solana foundation and what it does. Yeah, certainly. So all blockchains except for Bitcoin have a foundation involved with them, and the foundation is a nonprofit usually based in Switzerland. And that foundation and nonprofit really is set up for things like grant giving. And it's really important that these things are set up as nonprofits and usually Swiss foundations. There's a few other jurisdictions that work too, because that's really set up to protect the integrity of the organization over the long term. A Swiss foundation, the charter is very hard to change, unlike a US -based nonprofit, because you don't want someone to be able to come in and redirect the foundation into something with a profit -seeking motive behind it or something along those lines. And so the foundations really don't have much power besides the power of the purse, right? We are, you know, we are a primary agent that gives grants on the Solana network. You know, the first grant the foundation gave was to Solana Labs for initial development of the network. But now there are, you know, five different core contributor teams building on the network that have received grants from the Solana Foundation. And we do a lot of the work on sort of promotion and marketing in terms of like awareness around what's getting built on the network and how people might be able to sort of use that. So these things operate somewhere in between sort of like a proper nonprofit that gives out grants and sort of a industry trade group in some ways that's sort of lobbying on behalf of its members. But in our case, our members are just anyone that uses the Solana blockchain. And so it's a very interesting place to sit. We're sort of some like almost a city government, you could say, for a blockchain, except we don't actually have a police force or any real power. It's kind of an interesting place to be in.

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Fresh "5 Years" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "5 Years" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Plus zero inches for 5 years call 866 -90 -nation or visit them online at windownation .com. I'm Rob Stalworth WTOP traffic. The seven news first alert forecast with Steve Rudin. Cloudy skies moving through the remainder of the afternoon as our next weather maker approaches from the west high temperatures today just around 50 degrees rain showers this evening and into the overnight may see a little bit of light snow along the i -81 corridor it's not going to stick the roadways not going to be problematic wake up temperatures tomorrow morning in the thirties once this weather maker moves out of here early wednesday highs will be in the middle forties we're in the forties on thursday fifties on friday i'm seven news meteorologist steve rudin in the first alert weather center we have partly sunny skies and 48 degrees you're listening to washington's wtop news traffic and weather station the wtop producer's desk desk is

A highlight from Calaxy - A Social Market for Creators by Creators

The Crypto Conversation

01:25 min | Last month

A highlight from Calaxy - A Social Market for Creators by Creators

"Hi everyone, Andy Pickering here, I'm your host and welcome to the Crypto Conversation, a Brave New Coin podcast where we talk to the people building the future in the Bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency space. 5 years ago, deep in a bear market, a group of traditional finance experts founded Bitget and they've been building ever since. Now, with 20 million users worldwide, Bitget is committed to helping users trade smarter by providing a secure one -stop crypto investment solution with copy trading, future trading and spot trading. Your security is their priority and Bitget has one of the largest protection funds in the industry with US $300 million to cover potential trader losses from unforeseen events that are not due to misconduct from the user or platform. Bitget wants to inspire everyone to embrace Web3 so if you're new to crypto, learn more at the Bitget Academy with free blockchain courses, crypto guides, cryptocurrency trading strategies and more. Or for the experienced investor, trade smarter with daily access to institutional -grade crypto market intelligence and trends analysis with Bitget Research. I've put links to Bitget Research and the Bitget Academy in the show notes so get amongst it or simply go to bitget .com. Thank you to Bitget and now it is on with the show.

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Fresh "5 Years" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:03 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh "5 Years" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Thrive, they need to be smart, efficient, savvy, staying ahead market of the at every turn, finding ways to do more with less, and taking advantage of every opportunity that comes their way. That's why Comcast Business is introducing the Small Business Bonus. For a limited can time, get you up to a $1 ,000 prepaid card with the qualifying gig bundle when you switch to Comcast Business, company the with the largest, fastest, reliable network. Yep, you heard that right. One thousand back. Something extra for your company from the company that powers more businesses than anyone else. So if you're a small business owner, don't wait. Call or go online to learn about the $1 ,000 bonus today. Comcast Business. Powering possibilities. N's 12 -5 -2023. New customers Gigabit extra internet, security edge, one voice mobility line, and connection pro or wifi pro with two year agreement. restrictions Other apply. Call or go online for details. WTOV at 128. Traffic and weather on the eights. Still looking for the bourbon bowl, it's Rob Stalworth in the traffic center. Oh, it's coming. It's coming. It's going to be there. Trust me. 10 is going to be good to me this year because I've been pretty good. If it's traveling on the beltway through Prince George's County, out of the loop after 2 .14. Watch for delays as you head toward Route 50 and the John Hinton highway. Earlier we had some debris spilling along the right side. We believe that's all cleared and your travel lanes are open. In a loop after Connecticut Avenue, the crash was blocking the left side of the roadway there, so watch out as you travel on the inner loop past Old Georgetown Road headed toward Northbound 270. You're looking pretty good once you get toward I -70. The delays start to begin northbound on 15 after Rosemont Avenue. That's where we have police activity along the right side of the roadway. In Riverdale Park, 201 Kenilworth Avenue at 410 East West Highway. Each way, the right lane gets by you the work zone within a delay northbound on 201. That's where we have one broken down near Madison Street blocking the right lane. Traveling in Virginia, inner loop and outer loop between the toll road and the Georgetown Pike, Groundhog Day still there with the right lane blocked in the work zone. Westbound 66 approaching 123 may have one stopped in the roadway otherwise on I -95 you're in great shape leaving the Springfield interchange headed toward Fredericksburg. Not so on 395 as you make your way past King Street where the continues work to block the right lane. If you're in the district keep in mind northbound and southbound DC 295 At this point between Benning Road and Eastern Avenue still with the left lane blocked for the work zone in place there. Right now Window Nation offices you're 50 % off all windows styles plus zero inches for 5 years call 866 -90 -nation or visit them online at windownation .com. I'm Rob Stalworth WTOP traffic. The seven news first alert forecast with Steve Rudin. Cloudy skies moving through the remainder of the afternoon as our next weather maker approaches from the west high temperatures today just around 50 degrees rain

Charles Payne: Planning Ahead of Trump Tax Cuts Being Lifted

Mark Levin

01:54 min | Last month

Charles Payne: Planning Ahead of Trump Tax Cuts Being Lifted

"Sometimes you can hold them for 5 years, 2 years, 10 years are the most common. Those are the ones that are held by most people. And then 30 -year bonds. And then they auctioned them. So, they went to auction them today and there's hardly no buyers for them. And because there's no buyers, they have to offer higher yields. And this This higher yield, higher interest rate environment is what's destroying everyone. The house you could have bought, you could have bought a house for ,000 $500 4 years ago, 3 years ago. The same amount the of money same and monthly payment, you might be able to get a house for $250 ,000 right now. The American Dream is being trampled on, but the problem is our government is spending at such an incredible rate right now. And again, there was a time when Wall Street looked the other way. They can no longer look the other way because the Buyers of our bonds, the Federal Reserve was the main buyer, but they can't buy any more. They want the economy to come down, so they're not buying. After that, Japan was the number 2 buyer. Well, Japan has its own issues and now they're letting their yields go up, so Japanese buyers are now just buying Japanese bonds. China has been an aggressive seller. Brazil is a seller. Saudi Arabia is a seller. There are no buyers for our debt. No, I want to have for see this? Can we our debt. We'll be right back. buy? Of our values

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Actress Jacqueline Fritschi-Cornaz Is in Studio!

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:57 min | 2 months ago

Actress Jacqueline Fritschi-Cornaz Is in Studio!

"I have the privilege of sitting here in the studio with Jacqueline Fritchey Cornas or something like that II tried not to mess it up too bad. You're just Jacqueline. I Uh because don't. Uh you your native language. Of course you live in Switzerland is German. It's Swiss German. Swiss. What's the difference between Swiss German and German? Swiss German is like a dialect. I think that you know Germans couldn't understand us if we talk in in our dialect, but we learn it as a first language kindergarten and school. Yeah and then it's French Italian English today. Of course we start with English. Yeah and you know any other language, but it's a great privilege to live in a country where you have all these languages around because it's it's so enriching. Yeah and you're able to travel and to talk to the people and to just be in a contact. Did you know as a girl growing up in Switzerland that you would be an actress that you would want to be an actress. You know I was. On stage with 5 years, the first time in my ballet class, yeah, I was a little rat and we just you know we're dancing on stage. I hope this was the nutcracker. No it was oh good and of course I was you know I was so thrilled to feel the emotion and this first time I felt that I'm like an instrument. I played with my body with my soul and I could transmit something and I could feel that the the audiences would respond. So that was actually the moment, which was so inspiring to me, which always told me even if I'm nervous, you know before a premiere or something just go back to that little girl to that rat and and I could I happy yeah and how did you find your way into method acting. That was a wonderful coincidence. I applied for a workshop of Susan Batson, a very famous coach. You know she works with Nicole Kidman with Juliette Binoche and she once came to Europe before the pandemic and I was in Berlin. I was privileged to be a part of it and then she invited me to come to New York to continue the work to really go deeper into the character of Mother Teresa, which helped me in an enormous enormous way and I'm so thrilled that she will be here tonight in our premiere. Oh she she will be there. I'll get to meet

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A highlight from Child Malnutrition Estimates

KAILASH HAZARI IAS ACADEMY /ADMINISTRATIVE CONSULTANT SERVICE (WORLDWIDE)

04:27 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from Child Malnutrition Estimates

"Hello friends, Joint Child Malnutrition estimates recently the 2023 edition of Joint Child Malnutrition estimates was released by UNICEF WHO and the World Bank. It includes estimates of prevalence and numbers for child stunting, over weight, wasting and severe wasting. The key findings are reduction in stunting. India has shown a reduction in stunting among children under 5 years. The prevalence rate of stunting dropped from 41 .6 % in 2012 to 31 .7 % in 2022. This resulted in 1 .6 crore fewer stunted children in 2022 compared to 2012. Global and regional compared region, globally, the prevalence of stunting declined from 26 .3 % in 2012 to 22 .3 % in 2022. In South Asia, including India, the decline was more significant, dropping from 40 .3 % to 30 .5%. India's share of global burden of stunting decreased from 30 % to 25 % over the past decade. Vasting remains a concern in India with an overall prevalence rate of 18 .7 % in 2022. India contributes 49 % to the global burden of wasting. Obesity levels, the prevalence of obesity among children in India increased marginally from 2 .2 % in 2012 to 2 .8 % in 2022. India's obesity numbers grew to 31 .8 lakh from 27 .5 lakh, contributing to 8 .8 % of the global share. However, the overall classification for obesity in India remains low compared to the global prevalence of 5 .6%. Weight issue, the prevalence rate of overweight children globally increased from 5 .5 % to 5 .6%. NFHS data, the decline in stunting observed in India aligns with the National Family Health Survey. NFHS -5 data, which estimated a prevalence of 35 .5 % compared to 38 % in NFHS -4 and 48 % in NFHS -3. NFHS -5 also highlighted improvements in access to health services and reductions in underweight children but raised concerns about amnesia. Vaternal malnutrition and wasting, wasting is a complex indicator that assesses acute malnutrition over short periods. In India, two -thirds of wasting cases among children at 12 or 24 months were found to be caused by maternal malnutrition. This suggests that children are born with low weight for height and do not recover despite weight gain.

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A highlight from This Asset Is Outpacing Bitcoin As Inflation Hedge!

The Bitboy Crypto Podcast

06:00 min | 2 months ago

A highlight from This Asset Is Outpacing Bitcoin As Inflation Hedge!

"And probably flat next time, but it's close to a coin toss. They could raise it in November. CPI is up. Consumer Price Index. What does this mean? It basically means how you feel when you're opening your wallet at the end of the week, and then, you know, the pain that you felt. Well, CPI inflation jumped 3 .7 % in August, more than expected. The main reason, higher oil prices were behind the big rise in headline inflation last month. CPI rose 0 .6 in line with economists' expectations for 0 .6 and up from 0 .2 back in July. In a year -over -year basis, it rose 3 .7 % versus forecast for 3 .6%. So you got to be careful sometimes. You'll see people say, oh, you know, it's only 0 .6, it's only 0 .2, yeah, compared to last month. But when you're looking at a nation's inflation, you don't want it to even go up 0 .5 % month -over -month. You kind of want it to be flat month -over -month because the target is 2 % for the year. You divide that by 12, you're going to have everyone coming in at like, what, 1 .888, I think, like that. So 0 .1, 0 .2, we can handle that. Once you start tripling that, quadrupling that, that's when you're going to start to feel a little bit of pain. The core CPI, which strips out food and energy, rose 0 .3. And on a year -over -year basis, core CPI, which is stripping out the food and energy, rose 4 .7%. So almost a whopping 5 % year -over -year there. Surging oil prices were a major factor in the rise of headline inflation. The Fed, though, will likely take comfort in the continuing decline in the core inflation rate, which fell to its weakest pace since mid -2021. The Fed's September policy meeting takes place next week, and the central bank is widely expected to leave it unchanged. Focus will soon turn to the next meeting at the start of November. Markets are currently pricing in a 40 % chance they will rate height then. So according to the CME FedWatch tool, and the prediction markets have been pretty accurate. So it looks like it's going to be flat next time and probably flat next time, but it's close to a coin toss. They could raise it in November, but we're going to be pretty close to the holidays. I don't know if, you know, it's not popular to do something like that right before everyone has to go Thanksgiving shopping or Christmas shopping. And I'm going to be real interested to see what Black Friday is going to look like this year. Do you guys have any Black Friday predictions? Is it going to be, I mean, we're still shrinking it just because of web activity? I always, you know, I'm probably going to buy a TV. That's my Black Friday prediction. Okay, okay. Drew, you're going to buy any like chicken coop wiring? Oh my God. You know, I've been liking buying chainsaws. So I might go get a chainsaw. Oh, man. Plural. You know, chainsaws. All right, chat. How many chainsaws does one home need, one family need, one man need? You got a chainsaw on a pole that I can stand on a ladder on a ladder and then using the pole with the chainsaw at the end of the pole and really reach new heights. So, you know, there's a chainsaw for everyone. All right, all right. Gas is surging. They're feeling the inflation at the gas tank for sure. Yeah, we've seen gas is moving on up. Some people are saying people's faces will melt because of Avax. Avax Avalanche. Because they're sad they lost so much? Is that why? The tears melted the makeup. Ten chainsaws. Ten chainsaws is the number. Kevin has three. Kevin has three. I got a chainsaw. Piccolo Rick says, Piccolo Rick has three chainsaws. Do you guys like really like Limp Bizkit? Like what's, you know, old Eminem videos? What's going on here? I love that album unironically as a 14 -year -old. What is the CPI? Here we have a little bit of a breakdown of the CPI. CPI is a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a market basket of consumer goods and services. They tweak it. They massage it, you know, to kind of make them look a little bit better. Here we have the 12 -month percentage change for the major categories. All items. So we have all items, 3 .7 to the upside. Then food, 4 .3%. Energy, actually down here. And then we have major categories, all items, less food and energy. That's the core, 4 .3%. So this is the year -over -year change. So Brent crude probably down there. Alright, let's see. What else do we have here on the US CPI? We have this US CPI pegged token, and it is outperforming Bitcoin as an inflation hedge. But the important thing is to look at, you know, what is the timeframe that it's outperforming here. In this context, this is created, the token created by Fracks Finance and supposedly pegged to the US CPI seems to be outperforming Bitcoin by close to 40 % since its deployment. But the deployment was from September 22 to press time. So from September of last year. And you can see here that was pretty close to, oh, wait, no, that's the CPI. That is not a Bitcoin. If we go to here, we go to Bitcoin chart, we go to September of last year, go to CoinGecko, go to the top coins, click on the flagship crypto. We can't do one year, but we kind of can. Yeah, Bitcoin is actually up. So outperforming in a major way. So doing a pretty good job there. September, I think we're a little bit high. Yeah, September. So up Bitcoin roughly 25 % and is outperformed it by 40%. So the CPI token, but me, I would stay away from something like that. Like just trading gold on the blockchain. I'd probably rather just buy gold from, you know, a pawn shop or something. I don't know, it depends on the tax. Depends on what kind of tax they're giving you. Someone did their community service in a forest to axes only. Ooh, yeah. Whoa. That's a lot. That's what we're kind of feeling. Mario has three, big one, small one and a long one. They're very practical tools. What do you guys like watching a lot of Dexter or someone? I mean, how much trees are going to cut things down and break things apart? It's chainsaws are amazing. Well, I just hired tree removers because I'm scared of heights and there's just no way my age broken limp wrist, you know, that just seems I would be up there shaking like a Chihuahua dripping pee.

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A highlight from #433  Carl Osburn  People of Divine Naples  The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

Divine Naples Podcast

06:15 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from #433 Carl Osburn People of Divine Naples The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

"Welcome to another podcast episode named People of Divine Naples, today you will hear an interview that was done on the very beginning of our Divine Naples podcast, this was the second interview I have ever done in the United States on 14th of January 2018, this interview was never published but for many reasons today I have to bring it to your ears, you will hear voice from my dear friend for 22 years, my neighbor for 18 years, the businessman that you should have known and the person that will be missed by many, if you are one of them you will always find his voice here speaking, enjoy the show. Hello all divine people, welcome to episode 433 named People of Divine Naples, I have the great pleasure to welcome person that decided to dedicate his 22 years of passion for people, he enjoyed to make them happy through taste buds and good vibration, he started experimenting in Naples 2001 with Chicky Hut where he blended in community immediately, after that he opened best rated and most successful barbeque restaurant in South West Florida, Black Eyed Pick and he built from scratch Franklin Social, here is one and only Carl Osborn. Hey Rich, how are you today? I am doing great, good to have you, you are comfortable? Yeah, oh good. Yeah, and our bar is serving good? Yeah, beer is good, check that out. We like to have interviews relaxed so we are prepared with whatever you wish as drinks, so if anybody want to come over and do the interview, so make sure we get the right information. So you are sitting here in a very humble studio, I hope you are feeling comfortable and good, whether it is cold outside, it is good, probably a good time to maybe do barbeque, a lot of people maybe do barbeque because it is Sunday today and you have been doing this for 15 years, isn't it enough of barbeque right now, you still going to continue? Yeah, we are just getting on a good roll right now, we are actually at the restaurant, we are in year 10 right now, but I had 5 years prior doing outside stuff. The question was, you know, if you still like it. I still like it, I love barbeque. That is good, let's just tell everybody what is the name of your restaurant, where you are located, so we can start with that and let's just roll. We are at the Black Eyed Pig Barbeque, it is 5307 Shirley Street in Naples, just off Pine Ridge Road between Airport or Naples Boulevard and Goodlett Road. It is hard to find, so you guys have to get on that road and it is a very short distance from Pine Ridge and you will see from a long way the pig eye, the design on the building. So it is barbeque with a big pig face. Yeah, it is a very inviting pig face. I wanted a big pig to put on top, but they won't let me do that. Oh really? Yeah. But you can smell it from a long distance. Yes. All right, you end up in Naples when? When did you come here? 2001, came down from the Orlando area. Oh really? So you lived in Orlando before? I did, I came to Orlando in 1986 with the Olive Garden. Oh really? So I didn't even know that. I know you for a long time, I didn't know you were in the Olive Garden. I was with the Ruby Tuesday prior for four years and came with the Olive Garden in 1986 to Orlando when they had four restaurants I think. So there is a long way, you are the expert in restaurants, you picked up a lot of practice there. Yeah, I've had a lot of practice closing restaurants and opening restaurants and lots of employees. So you know how to do it? Yes, absolutely. And you know there is a reason for probably keep it on the size you have it because it's very limited on seating, it's very limited with employees, so you can focus on the quality and there is probably, the end is, you've been voted, as many people say, the best barbecue in Naples, so what is the special on that? Well, we decided in the beginning, the building was a breakfast lunch restaurant when we bought it and I've never been open for dinner, so we started opening lunch and dinner and we got rid of everything that we don't do, we got rid of salads, so we're basically just barbecue. If you smoke it, we got, so we just sell what we do. We don't try to be everything to everybody, we do barbecue, that's it. That is very simple? Yes. And you do the hot sauces? Everything is yours? Homemade sauce. Recipes? Everything. Really? I just have to tell everybody who is listening right now, we don't talk ordinary barbecue one like you can buy in the Costco and you roll it out at your parking lot, load it in your SUV, this is serious business. Your barbecue is probably 10 times maybe more bigger, now you bought another little barbecue I would say, right? Specialty built for you, for your business? Yeah, we've got a competition smoker now that we're going to start with this spring, but we use it on a lot of caterings. But going back to the recipes, I've got a great friend of mine who I met here in my first business venture here in town, which is a little bar, he's from Oklahoma and his family has been in business since 1930 in the barbecue business. So a lot of my recipes came from him, so they're well tested, they've been there 85, the one on 88 years now. So, would you say this is like Saturn taste or what is this exactly? Well, Oklahoma, it's a dry rub, everything's dry rub and hickory smoke. Never baked, never boiled, it's just smoked. How many hours do you have to smoke like ribs? Ribs are around three and a half to four hours depending on the size. We do baby backs and St. Louis as well. St. Louis are the ones that came out of Oklahoma, we kind of threw the baby backs in for the East Coast kind of people. And what's the best seller? They sell about equal, we sell a couple of hundred racks of each a week, we have 35 seats, so we stay pretty busy. I think you did really well when bikers start showing up because they love the type of food and I think there's always a lot of bikes on your parking spaces. There's a lot of bikes, there's a lot of guys, golf outings, we always get the guys, we're a big guy hanging out for lunch and then they all bring their wives at dinner. Okay good, so you do what, I mean you do pick, you do chicken, you do sausages, just tell us a little bit. So everybody who's listening, their mouth is already watering right now. We do pulled pork is our specialty, we call ourselves home to pulled pork.

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A highlight from #433  Carl Osburn  People of Divine Naples  The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

Divine Naples Podcast

06:15 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from #433 Carl Osburn People of Divine Naples The BEST Barbeque Master in SWFL that been rubbing the meats over 20 years with secret spices, love and gentle hands. His KNOW HOW brought lot of people together around his Table with slab of ribs. THANK YOU CARL

"Welcome to another podcast episode named People of Divine Naples, today you will hear an interview that was done on the very beginning of our Divine Naples podcast, this was the second interview I have ever done in the United States on 14th of January 2018, this interview was never published but for many reasons today I have to bring it to your ears, you will hear voice from my dear friend for 22 years, my neighbor for 18 years, the businessman that you should have known and the person that will be missed by many, if you are one of them you will always find his voice here speaking, enjoy the show. Hello all divine people, welcome to episode 433 named People of Divine Naples, I have the great pleasure to welcome person that decided to dedicate his 22 years of passion for people, he enjoyed to make them happy through taste buds and good vibration, he started experimenting in Naples 2001 with Chicky Hut where he blended in community immediately, after that he opened best rated and most successful barbeque restaurant in South West Florida, Black Eyed Pick and he built from scratch Franklin Social, here is one and only Carl Osborn. Hey Rich, how are you today? I am doing great, good to have you, you are comfortable? Yeah, oh good. Yeah, and our bar is serving good? Yeah, beer is good, check that out. We like to have interviews relaxed so we are prepared with whatever you wish as drinks, so if anybody want to come over and do the interview, so make sure we get the right information. So you are sitting here in a very humble studio, I hope you are feeling comfortable and good, whether it is cold outside, it is good, probably a good time to maybe do barbeque, a lot of people maybe do barbeque because it is Sunday today and you have been doing this for 15 years, isn't it enough of barbeque right now, you still going to continue? Yeah, we are just getting on a good roll right now, we are actually at the restaurant, we are in year 10 right now, but I had 5 years prior doing outside stuff. The question was, you know, if you still like it. I still like it, I love barbeque. That is good, let's just tell everybody what is the name of your restaurant, where you are located, so we can start with that and let's just roll. We are at the Black Eyed Pig Barbeque, it is 5307 Shirley Street in Naples, just off Pine Ridge Road between Airport or Naples Boulevard and Goodlett Road. It is hard to find, so you guys have to get on that road and it is a very short distance from Pine Ridge and you will see from a long way the pig eye, the design on the building. So it is barbeque with a big pig face. Yeah, it is a very inviting pig face. I wanted a big pig to put on top, but they won't let me do that. Oh really? Yeah. But you can smell it from a long distance. Yes. All right, you end up in Naples when? When did you come here? 2001, came down from the Orlando area. Oh really? So you lived in Orlando before? I did, I came to Orlando in 1986 with the Olive Garden. Oh really? So I didn't even know that. I know you for a long time, I didn't know you were in the Olive Garden. I was with the Ruby Tuesday prior for four years and came with the Olive Garden in 1986 to Orlando when they had four restaurants I think. So there is a long way, you are the expert in restaurants, you picked up a lot of practice there. Yeah, I've had a lot of practice closing restaurants and opening restaurants and lots of employees. So you know how to do it? Yes, absolutely. And you know there is a reason for probably keep it on the size you have it because it's very limited on seating, it's very limited with employees, so you can focus on the quality and there is probably, the end is, you've been voted, as many people say, the best barbecue in Naples, so what is the special on that? Well, we decided in the beginning, the building was a breakfast lunch restaurant when we bought it and I've never been open for dinner, so we started opening lunch and dinner and we got rid of everything that we don't do, we got rid of salads, so we're basically just barbecue. If you smoke it, we got, so we just sell what we do. We don't try to be everything to everybody, we do barbecue, that's it. That is very simple? Yes. And you do the hot sauces? Everything is yours? Homemade sauce. Recipes? Everything. Really? I just have to tell everybody who is listening right now, we don't talk ordinary barbecue one like you can buy in the Costco and you roll it out at your parking lot, load it in your SUV, this is serious business. Your barbecue is probably 10 times maybe more bigger, now you bought another little barbecue I would say, right? Specialty built for you, for your business? Yeah, we've got a competition smoker now that we're going to start with this spring, but we use it on a lot of caterings. But going back to the recipes, I've got a great friend of mine who I met here in my first business venture here in town, which is a little bar, he's from Oklahoma and his family has been in business since 1930 in the barbecue business. So a lot of my recipes came from him, so they're well tested, they've been there 85, the one on 88 years now. So, would you say this is like Saturn taste or what is this exactly? Well, Oklahoma, it's a dry rub, everything's dry rub and hickory smoke. Never baked, never boiled, it's just smoked. How many hours do you have to smoke like ribs? Ribs are around three and a half to four hours depending on the size. We do baby backs and St. Louis as well. St. Louis are the ones that came out of Oklahoma, we kind of threw the baby backs in for the East Coast kind of people. And what's the best seller? They sell about equal, we sell a couple of hundred racks of each a week, we have 35 seats, so we stay pretty busy. I think you did really well when bikers start showing up because they love the type of food and I think there's always a lot of bikes on your parking spaces. There's a lot of bikes, there's a lot of guys, golf outings, we always get the guys, we're a big guy hanging out for lunch and then they all bring their wives at dinner. Okay good, so you do what, I mean you do pick, you do chicken, you do sausages, just tell us a little bit. So everybody who's listening, their mouth is already watering right now. We do pulled pork is our specialty, we call ourselves home to pulled pork.

Oklahoma 14Th Of January 2018 1986 15 Years Orlando Naples Boulevard Pine Ridge Road 10 Times 22 Years 18 Years Chicky Hut 5307 Shirley Street Second Interview 35 Seats Rich Goodlett Road St. Louis South West Florida 2001 Black Eyed Pick
A highlight from Bitcoin to Crash?  Spike?  Sideways through Dec 2023?  (Tides Turning Pro-Crypto Globally! )

Cryptocurrency for Beginners: with Crypto Casey

03:55 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Bitcoin to Crash? Spike? Sideways through Dec 2023? (Tides Turning Pro-Crypto Globally! )

"Are the bears back in town for an extended stay or just a short getaway? Is this price action natural random market whims or was this a planned crash so Wall Street can accumulate as much cheap Bitcoin as possible before the SEC approves the highly anticipated spot Bitcoin ETF? Is this the final shakeout? Well, here's what we know for sure. When measured by leverage liquidation, this recent crash in the crypto market is the biggest price since FTX collapsed back in November of 2022 when Bitcoin dropped to around 15k. In taking a look at the Bitcoin chart, the price has fallen below the 200 -day moving average which is bearish. In taking a look at the main technical indicator I personally use to spot changes in long -term trends, the BSI or Bitcoin Strength Indicator. If we close below this 26k price level for the week, which is by the time this video is posted, we will know if it did or not, and if it does close below we are likely facing several weeks of sideways price action trending downwards. However, if we are able to stay above it, we may recover and continue the bullish trend we flipped into back in January of 2023. The last time the BSI flipped from bullish to bearish was back here in November 2021 when we reached the most recent all -time highs and the bearish trend continued until it flipped here like we said in January 2023. And now we are on the cusp of potentially flipping back to a bearish trend. So as crypto investors, it's important to note that the year before the Bitcoin halving is always a bit chaotic and right now the halving is slated to happen in March or April of 2024. And if you don't know what the Bitcoin halving is, check out this video guide for beginners by clicking on the link above. So the most recent scenario we can refer to is the year before the last halving where we see this bullish trend from April 2019 to September 2019 and then these four months of sideways bearish price movement until January 2020. And then of course here in March 2020 we have the black swan event coronavirus until finally here in May 2020 the halving happens and we flip bullish and start the journey to all -time highs. So if history repeats itself, we could be entering a sideways downward bearish trend for the next several months or weeks possibly through the rest of 2023. Or we recover quickly and remain on track or really anything can happen. We could have another significant drop or a crazy spike or boring sideways movement. At the end of the day we must take into consideration that Bitcoin has been the best performing asset of the year so far, up 80%. Second best was IT stocks up only half as much as Bitcoin at 40 % and it also beat out other stocks, bonds, gold and everything else. And we also saw a few weeks ago Bitcoin turns less volatile than the S &P 500, tech stocks and gold. July saw lowest Bitcoin trading volume since November 2020, Digital Token's 30 -day volatility is sitting at 5 -year lows. And then just a couple days ago Bitcoin and Ethereum are now less volatile than oil according to Kiko Research. The summer doldrums are hitting Bitcoin and Ethereum hard, dampening the asset's historic volatility to multi -year lows. So my random wild guess is given the small market cap of the entire crypto industry, it's still extremely prone to manipulation. And this time around a lot of things are different in that we have political leaders all around the world talking about it and adopting it, as well as huge asset managers in financial institutions like BlackRock and Wall Street talking about it and adopting it. And they will do anything to shake out the cheapest Bitcoin they can from the weak hands before the SEC approves a spot Bitcoin ETF, allowing a ridiculous amount of money that's been on the sidelines due to regulatory uncertainty to start flooding in. Let me know what you think in the comments below. So what else has been going on? What should we be aware of? What should our game plan be for the rest of the year? Hello, I'm Crypto Casey and welcome to another episode of Crypto This Week. Let's take a look at the global news stories and the macro environment at large.

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A highlight from Jay Franze, Tips and Tricks for Discount Shopping Sites  HGG581

Home Gadget Geeks

03:21 min | 4 months ago

A highlight from Jay Franze, Tips and Tricks for Discount Shopping Sites HGG581

"This is the Average Guy Network and you have found Home Gadget Geeks Show No. 851 with guest Jay Franzi, recorded on August 10, 2023. Here on Home Gadget Geeks, we cover all the favorite tech gadgets that find their way in your home. News, reviews, product updates, and conversation, all through the Average Tech Guy. I'm your host, Jim Kausa, broadcasting live from averageguy .tv studios here in the beautiful Bellevue, Nebraska. Jay Franzi's with me tonight. We, we, Jay, starting like 4th of July, it started raining here, and it just hasn't stopped. And the grass is green, the trees are green, everything is green. It's glorious here. My sister was just in town today having lunch with us, and she's like, It's so green here. And I'm like, Well, this is not typical. Have you guys been getting as much rain as we have? You know, I think we are getting more rain than normal. You know, it's just once or twice a day, maybe. But I'll tell you, I'll take it because moving back from California, there was no rain and everything was brown. So now being back in this neck of the woods, everything's green, and it's beautiful. It's hot and humid, but it's beautiful. Yeah, it's just been a, it's been a really wet, I mean, we had a really dry spring and then just started raining, and it hasn't stopped. We're supposed to get rain all the rest of the week. Brian Auer in chat says, So are we doing a meetup for show 1000? This is 851. That's 250 shows. I do 50 a year. That'd be 5 years from now. Well, we'll see. We'll see, Brian. We'll see how that goes. And so, of course, big thanks to Randy Walker, who joined me last week, fun to have him on the program. And we spent a little time together, if you haven't caught up on 580, get back there and get that done. Big thanks to our Patreon subscribers as well, if you're finding value in the podcast and you want to give back, easiest way to do that is through Patreon, whether you do it for one month or, or a annual subscription of some sort, whatever you want to do. Check it out, theaverageguy .tv slash Patreon. You've already heard from Jay, but Jay's back on the show tonight. Jay, welcome back. Well, thank you, sir. I appreciate it. Your show last week, that was the WordPress episode, right? Yeah, there was a WordPress one. Yeah, it's good. Kind of, it was, it was kind of good to catch up on WordPress. It had been a while. He actually, after the show, Randy said, let's dig in, I'd said a few things, I think that alarmed him. So he was like, Hey, let's dig in a little bit. And so I shared my screen and we went through some things and he was like, nah, you need to change that. You need to change that. You need to fix this and go, this is how you see blocks. Because I was like, I don't think I've ever seen blocks. And he was like, hmm. Let's take a look. Yeah, so Randy, Randy, thanks for, for hanging out with me. We actually, he introduced me to blocks. And we did some things on the site, and, you know, I'll be forever better for it. So Randy, thanks for coming in. Speaking of that, Jay, last time you were on the show, you talked a little bit about building a fire pit. Have you made any progress on said fire pit? If, if you mean progress is we pick the stuff out, yes. OK. Have we done anything? No.

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SAS to soon start online booking for 2028 flights aboard electric-powered aircraft

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

SAS to soon start online booking for 2028 flights aboard electric-powered aircraft

"A Scandinavian airline will soon take bookings for the first commercial electric powered flights. Scandinavian airline systems or SAS are set to open online reservations for short distance flights aboard electric passenger planes. But travelers would have to wait 5 years to depart, where the commercial launch scheduled for 2028. Those booking can choose from 30 seats on each of three flights in Sweden, Norway and Denmark and will find out the exact departure date via email once scheduled. SAS is one of several airlines investing in the use of electric passenger planes for future commercial travel. I'm Mimi Montgomery.

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On this week's AP Religion Minute, the archbishop of Chicago wants more information from the Illinois attorney general about newly uncovered cases of abuse.

AP News Radio

02:11 min | 6 months ago

On this week's AP Religion Minute, the archbishop of Chicago wants more information from the Illinois attorney general about newly uncovered cases of abuse.

"This week's AP religion roundup. The archbishop of Chicago wants more information from the Illinois attorney general about newly uncovered cases of abuse. In an interview with The Associated Press, archbishop blaze sewage urged the attorney general to provide information about 125 newly uncovered cases of priests, who sexually abused minors. It really does highlight the terrible tragedy that took place in so many lives by priest who acted to responsibly, but also leaders in the church who did not respond appropriately. Cardinal sewage says he would gladly include the cases on his list of credibly accused clergy if the claims were substantiated. In his first interview, since the report was released, the cardinal expressed surprise that the report contained names he had never heard of. We are genuinely perplexed by the use of the word undisclosed reports because as far as we know and we verified this also with the state's attorney, we have gone ahead and been very careful about making sure that any accusation any allegation of sexual abuse of someone in the church has been reported to the state's attorneys. The nearly 700 page report said investigators found that more than 450 Catholic clergy and Illinois 6 diocese had sexually abused nearly 2000 children since 1950. It depicted the problem as far worse than the hierarchy had acknowledged in 2018 at the start of the state's review. The newly revealed cases wouldn't necessarily have been handled by the archdiocese, but rather the religious orders were the pre served. During the 5 years, we have constantly asked the attorney general. If you come across any accusations that have been substantiated, that we don't have who are religious orders or others, please tell us, and we will look into it and do it. So we were surprised by the new names on there. We thought we had that kind of relationship with the attorney general. And so our disappointed that we're hearing these for the first time. Super acknowledged that the report laid barrow problem in the way the Catholic Church has handled abuse cases. Religious orders such as the Jesuits franciscans and Maris often escaped scrutiny since they keep personnel files on their priests, not the diocese and leadership. I'm Walter ratliff.

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AP Religion Roundup interview on a Chicago church abuse investigation

AP News Radio

02:11 min | 6 months ago

AP Religion Roundup interview on a Chicago church abuse investigation

"This week's AP religion roundup. The archbishop of Chicago wants more information from the Illinois attorney general about newly uncovered cases of abuse. In an interview with The Associated Press, archbishop blaze sewage urged the attorney general to provide information about 125 newly uncovered cases of priests, who sexually abused minors. It really does highlight the terrible tragedy that took place in so many lives by priest who acted to responsibly, but also leaders in the church who did not respond appropriately. Cardinal sewage says he would gladly include the cases on his list of credibly accused clergy if the claims were substantiated. In his first interview, since the report was released, the cardinal expressed surprise that the report contained names he had never heard of. We are genuinely perplexed by the use of the word undisclosed reports because as far as we know and we verified this also with the state's attorney, we have gone ahead and been very careful about making sure that any accusation any allegation of sexual abuse of someone in the church has been reported to the state's attorneys. The nearly 700 page report said investigators found that more than 450 Catholic clergy and Illinois 6 diocese had sexually abused nearly 2000 children since 1950. It depicted the problem as far worse than the hierarchy had acknowledged in 2018 at the start of the state's review. The newly revealed cases wouldn't necessarily have been handled by the archdiocese, but rather the religious orders were the pre served. During the 5 years, we have constantly asked the attorney general. If you come across any accusations that have been substantiated, that we don't have who are religious orders or others, please tell us, and we will look into it and do it. So we were surprised by the new names on there. We thought we had that kind of relationship with the attorney general. And so our disappointed that we're hearing these for the first time. Super acknowledged that the report laid barrow problem in the way the Catholic Church has handled abuse cases. Religious orders such as the Jesuits franciscans and Maris often escaped scrutiny since they keep personnel files on their priests, not the diocese and leadership. I'm Walter ratliff.

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Vinicius Junior says Spanish league ‘now belongs to racists' after enduring more abuse

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Vinicius Junior says Spanish league ‘now belongs to racists' after enduring more abuse

"The latest abuse against Vinicius came in his team Real Madrid's one zero loss to Valencia, a match that had to be temporarily stopped after the Brazil Ford spoke out about the latest incident, according to media reports, Valencia has identified two fans who allegedly insulted the star behind one of the goals, some comments on social media claim fans were saying the Spanish were tonto, meaning silly, instead of mono, meaning monkey. However, the 22 year old star whose black has been subjected to racist abuse since moving to Spain 5 years ago. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Meta fined record $1.3 billion by EU over handling of user data

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Meta fined record $1.3 billion by EU over handling of user data

"Union's slapped social media giant meta, with a record $1.3 billion privacy fine and ordered it to stop transferring user data across the Atlantic by October. The penalty fine from Ireland's data protection commission is the biggest since the EU's strict data privacy regime took effect 5 years ago surpassing 2020 ones huge hit on Amazon for data protection violations. The Irish watchdog is metas lead privacy regulator in the 27 nation bloc, because the Silicon Valley tech giants European headquarters is based in Dublin meta has vowed to appeal and ask courts to immediately put the decision on hold the company adds there's no immediate disruption to Facebook in

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Devin Nunes Did So Much to Debunk the Russia Hoax Five Years Ago

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 7 months ago

Devin Nunes Did So Much to Debunk the Russia Hoax Five Years Ago

"You deserve great credit. Am I incorrect in saying that we learned very little from the Durham book report and most of the work was the work that you and cash did 5 years ago, repurposed with a couple citations. Devin, your thoughts. Well, look, I think that's exactly right. Back in, we knew this in 2017. I always like to say that when Mueller walked through the door with his pit bull Andrew weissmann, they knew there was no evidence of Russian collusion because they had none. They would have provided it to us already who were conducting an investigation, Charlie. And why do I say I know that? Well, they would have had every single bit of reason to give us everything they had in early 2017 right when Trump is becoming president right after he fires Comey, but why not give us all the evidence? And so, you know, we had been watching this for a long time, and we knew there was no evidence of Russian collusion. You know, even just in my experience dealing with Russia for many, many years before that. Fast forward, it took us only about 6, 8 months to put together what was called then the newness memo that we actually launched around the 1st of February 2018. And that clearly laid out everything. I think the only thing that we learned through his investigation is that it really dialed it in on just the people at the top. The only new names and maybe I'm forgetting a couple, but it was really the alphabet scam that went on from Georgia Tech joffe guy named joffe, danchenko, who was their phony Russian that was just a former brookings institution guy. And then the Clinton campaign operative Dolan. Now the worst part with all this is I think no one can understand why he wasn't able to bring a conspiracy charge. I think that's the frustrating part because against these DoJ and FBI rogue officials.

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The Durham Report: The Good, The Bad, The Devilish With Kash Patel

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 7 months ago

The Durham Report: The Good, The Bad, The Devilish With Kash Patel

"Missing anything cash? The floor is yours. Charlie, it's great to be with you. And I am equally bitter and said to be tied. I was Durham's biggest champion. I've been on your show supporting his work over the last year and a half. And now is the time I become his biggest critical analyst because he failed. He failed. He regurgitated the Russia gate report with 7 and I wrote 5 years ago. And he added a little more nuts and bolts to it, but who cares? We already knew all of the crimes that you have outlined that were committed by the people you talked about like the Comey's mccabe struck clapper Brennan, et cetera. What he did was maybe land a political victory because he's got the fake news, at least coming out with the headlines that the FBI is devastated. Of course they're devastating their criminal. But what you're talking about, what I've been talking about, what I've been hoping for is that there would be a prosecution of these individuals. And at the way he laid it out, he basically said all but everything that means you're a criminal. And came up short. And I don't know if Garland stopped him or she didn't have the gall to do it, but either way it's wholly insufficient. And people like Andy mccabe was pension was restored. Our House of Representatives and Republican majority should zero that out immediately based on this report alone. Yeah, they likely won't. I'm just being honest. It just seems as if they're afraid. This will be honest. Most House Republicans are afraid of the FBI. They're afraid of the dirt the FBI has on them. They're afraid of the administrative state. They're afraid of the Department of Justice. They live in fear of the fourth branch of government.

5 Years Ago 7 Andy Brennan Charlie Comey Durham FBI Garland House House Of Representatives Republican Republicans Russia Fourth The Department Of Justice The Last Year And A Half
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Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Notes whether you're listening on iTunes or whether you're listening on any of the Spotify or over on YouTube. So just scroll down, just click it, you're good to go, and then download the real estate treasure map that is your fill in the blank business in life plan. All right, Julie point number four. Point number four, do not fall victim to boredom and wreck your momentum, focus intensely on building listing inventory. You can now refer virtually all of your buyer business except for your repeat clients high end referrals and listing clients who also have to buy. If you're wondering what to do in year 5, really in any year, the answer is always the same. Build your listing inventory. It is the most healthy thing that you can do. I had a coaching client telling me yesterday after being run around by all these buyers and having a really strong buyer, but they couldn't really compete on escalation clauses and all this. He said, you know, I'm very clear on what the difference is between working with buyers and working on listings because he also had a listing that he listed three days ago has multiple offers on and is absolutely in contract that he's then going to use that information to talk to the other people in the neighborhood. So what you can do with listings is so different than what you have to do with buyers. So get to the point where you can refer your buyers and concentrate on listings. Listings are leveraged. Absolutely. And if you're not, you are basically being leveraged by the buyers or you're leveraging the market through your listings. So points 5 and 6 are specifically for those of you who are in EXP royalty and a lot of our listeners and coaching clients are in EXP reality. You've got to be taking the revenue share model seriously and you should have already been over the last 5 years now that you're on year 5. You should have been essentially habitually adding people to your revenue share group because it is one of the greatest wealth creators I've ever seen before. And let me just explain this to all of you. You know, maybe some of your EXP royalty curious or others of you are any period. I'm going to share with you guys something that I learned from gene Frederick and this was probably four and a half, 5 years ago. Somewhere in there. So and I'm just telling you what he said and if some of you want to hash this out on a spreadsheet, feel free. But here's, again, this is what he calls this napkin presentation. So if you sponsor 5 agents, which is easy to do, your sponsor is in other words for recruiting. 5 agents in the next 5 years. And all of those agents are FL QA, which we can explain later. But the gist of it is just the numbers. So if you have sponsor 5 agents in the next 5 years, after 5 years, you'll have 25 agents. And again, for the sake of this explanation, let's just assume all of them are FL QA. On average, and again, this information is about four and a half years old. On average, your group, if you have done that, will have grown to at least 500, maybe 600 agents. Now, to put that in perspective, we're not supposed to be talking about money with regards to revenue share. But let me just make it very simple for

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Say, I am so proud of my elite coaching clients who are really proactive right now. So I'll give you a couple of examples of the difference that you illustrate, right? So there are agents out there that are, you know, I got to do another video. I got to do a video a day. I got to learn how to do this Instagram's TikTok. I've got to, you know, I got to do all that. Because I'm not doing enough of that. I must not be doing enough because I don't have enough leads versus some of our coaching clients who are taking their buyers who are ready to rumble, getting their very specific needs, and doing the exact things that we coach on how to find inventory other than or in addition to your MOS. For example, my door knockers, who find out, okay, Tim, you want to be in X, Y, Z neighborhood, it's got to be this school district and it has to be at least 2000 ft² with a two car garage. All right, tell me this streets that are your favorite streets. And by the way, I'm not going to do this for you unless you are absolutely pre qualified. I'm sorry, you are pre approved, loan committed, or all cash. You are okay, great. So I'm going to go out this afternoon. And I'm going to talk to make contact with people in your exact 6 streets that you desire. And I'm going to find the next person for you to buy. And you know what? They do it nearly every time. And do you know what they do? Lather rinse repeat. That person who's selling their house to their buyer in a non competitive non knockdown drag out situation who they now control the entire transaction. Now, guess what? That's their next client. They're going from deal to deal to deal. They are thinking big and they are living small. They're doing the real work of real estate and they're making all the money. They're like navy seals. It's amazing.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"And I said, I'm just curious, I've had a hard time reaching you. This is me following up on a potential coaching client. I'm just curious, why is your voicemail so full? You know what they said? I had a new listing. I sold it right away. I'm sure that's just a bunch of buyer calls. I haven't deleted yet. Oh my gosh. Like, could maybe some of those be listing leads to? So even worse than botching the call, if you do it, is not making that call at all because after all, you're sitting there with three buyers, you haven't even been able to get in contact with yet. So why would you want more? That's the problem with a lot of you guys who you think you can just delegate yourselves into basically sitting on the beach and picking land out of your toes. You will abdicate, abdication is not the same of delegation. We are the only ones in the real estate industry that say this. So listen to what we're saying. The whole delegation thing has been overplayed because you're delegating something that is a high skilled activity to low skilled people. And you're wondering why the hell am I not getting any results? It's because you don't know how to do it. You never learned how to actually master that particular skill set. And now you're delegating it to somebody who doesn't know how to do it either. And now that, again, Julius example, those are a whole bunch of buyers, half of which had houses to sell, which you probably could have been going and listing appointments. And you wonder why so many of you are so easily seduced and to believe in your problem as your brand, or that you have to buy buyer leads, because you're not properly working the leads that you get. Hopefully this makes sense for all of you. And the ones who are really ready for this lesson, you're probably laughing at yourself because you know it's true. That's right, which brings us to point number 5, similar, resist the urge to buy

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

03:57 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Three, two, one, and we are back and as promised we are on day two, year two, and this is your 5 year success blueprint. Julie Harris, point number two. Oh, by the way, I should say. Okay, you guys need to go back and listen to the first two podcasts that we've done on this exact topic titled the exact same thing and listen to those obviously in order for essentially today's show, tomorrow's show and the following day to make perfect sense. It's really critical. You guys listen to all these episodic podcasts that we do in order. Now there's still tremendous value if you're just listening to this as a one off, but definitely want to listen to it in order that way you can build on your education every single day. Our job from this podcast is to educate you to motivate you and it's obviously your job then to get into action. So take this information that we're sharing with you and do something with it. So Julie point number two for year two. Yes, that's right. So here's the point, focus on net profit, not on unit count, complete a new real estate treasure map increasing your production goal by about 20%, 12 to 18 closings this year is a realistic goal. Now, if you are already averaging more and you just decided to do a 5 year plan, you can still add a 20% increase to that goal, but let's say that last year you did a 144,000 on 12 units this year, 20% increase, maybe a little bit more 18 closings. I like to keep the math easy. Is 216,000 gross commission income, use whiteboards for visual accountability we teach you that in premiere coaching. Remember, this is a podcast. It may feel like coaching, but we are just exposing you to with things that you've got to implement. We can't do the deep dive drill down that we do in coaching. So the point to this is focus on your net profit, not your units, but do increase your goal this year.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Someone said on Instagram, they ask us if we think we're addicted to working out. Hello. We're not. So every day we go through this process and every day we basically have the exact same result. That is what you do if you want to move forward. When Julie and I sold a hundred homes our first year when we were just kids and it's not like we knew what we were doing it's not like we wanted to have doors slammed in our faces and how all those experiences of rejection. But what we didn't do is we didn't work on our mindset first. What we didn't do is we didn't spend a lot of time getting ready to get started. What we did do is there's a fist boat. I have a hand. That's a door. I'm going to knock. We didn't even really have a script. We figured things out along the way. That's what all of you, if you can move past this idea that there's a sort of institutionalized procrastination that's built into everything, it's like they say now, you've heard this before, right? That, you know, modern psychologists, I'm air quoting here, are saying, people are not really adults and their brains are fully formed until they're 28. Since when is that even possibly remotely true? Guys, think about not just your parents, but your grandparents. Think back to World War II. 17, 18 year olds were over fighting in World War II. How many generations ago was it that people were getting married and having kids in their 20s? And now all of a sudden someone's considered a child until they're almost 30. Who believes that? That's not true. That doesn't even make any sense. And if you're essentially acting as an adult child until you're 28, and then once you're in your 30s, you basically start taking life seriously, you've just missed the best time in your life to truly actually take risks and make something amazing of your life.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"That is the core essence of what it takes long-term loving, supportive, and I think successful. Everything. Yes, yes. Absolutely well put. Thank you for that. My number 7, again, we're working through your first year of your 5 year plan, develop at least two predictable income spokes for your first year of your 5 year plan. We recommend building your center of influence since you all have that and it doesn't cost you anything. That's your foundational spoke. Plus, one very proactive spoke like expired listings and or for sale by owners. And I think there's not tons of for sale by owners so you can kind of put those into the same proactive spoke, if you will, expired and for sale banners because the scripts are very similar. So don't waste time looking up expired listing information. Some of you don't do it because you tried it for a day, and it took too long to find phone numbers. You can let red X, there's a company called red X, do this for you. If you text the word red, RED to four 737 two, they have partnered with us to give you a $150 set up feed discount. Then you never have to do all that heavy lifting and you don't have any more excuses not to be calling on expires. I am absolutely shocked you read one of our commercials. It was written into my notes. You never do that. So text the word red to four 737 two and they do give you a $150 discount. That is the go to solution for those of you who are smart enough to move forward, which should be all of you exploring the massive opportunity with expired listings. And learning how to basically master the art and science of working with the expired listings is just one of the many things you guys learn in premiere coaching. There's links to join premiere coaching and freed on iTunes Spotify on YouTube. Just go ahead and click the link and join premier coaching. But in the meantime, you're going to need red X, so text or red to four 737 two,

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. Three two one and we are back and we are talking about your 5 year massive success plan without any further delayed Julie Harris. I believe we are on point number 5 5. Let me move your notes. All right, point number 5. We are continuing from yesterday's start to this podcast series. Now, whether you are just getting started in real estate or you're hitting the hard reset button doesn't matter at these points, apply to you. And remember, this is day two. We should have said that, right? So day one, if you listen to these out of sequence, it'll still have value do, but nearly as much value as if you listen to these in sequence, because what Julie and I do, we love doing sequential podcast series episode ones because it allows us, frankly, to drill down more than if it just podcasts to half our 45 minutes where we just skim the surface. When we deliver content, we want to deliver you guys stuff that's actionable. In other words, we want to motivate you. Well, we want to educate you. We want to then motivate you and then it's ultimately up to you to get into action. So if you've not yet listened to the first day, make sure you go back and listen to day one. Otherwise, a lot of this stuff is going to start sounding a little bit confusing. That's right. So part two, day two, you must immediately set up three separate bank accounts. And I have to say to him, I've got some elite coaching clients that have been in real estate for a long time. They're making great living, but they skipped this step. Nobody coached him on it. It's not something you learn in real estate school, your broker didn't tell you about it. And maybe even your accountant didn't tell you about it. And everybody complains, you know, like, where are the real estate accountants? Why do I have to say this to them? Shall we tell the truth how we actually learned this the hard way? Yes. That's why we know this point. I think we will. I mean, we've certainly experienced this from coaching, but we experienced this primarily ourselves, our first year in the business, when we sold over a hundred homes, we earned several $100,000 and trust me when I tell you that was unusual in general, but incredibly unusual for us, you know, and yeah, so we had nobody was telling us how to save money or how to set aside taxes or what the hell do you mean there's 14 cities we have to pay taxes to what state taxes and the rest of it. And it wasn't until basically at the end of the year right around, let's say march where we found out that we owed a lot of money in taxes. Yes, it was the wait. What? Now, fortunately, we did have a couple of big transactions that happened to help us pay our taxes. But damn, did we learn? So from that, we quickly figured out, well, we're not essentially the accountant's job is just to do your taxes. There are really no one that's going to help us understand how to handle our money. We have to learn it ourselves. And from there, we started doing a lot of reading. We started hiring coaches were available. We started using mentors. We had to seek out. And this is really before the widespread consumer Internet. Right now, you guys have it far easier than we did. Listening to this podcast, for example, there were no podcasts for us to listen to back then.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Remember that knowledge equals confidence in ignorance equals fear. You are unlikely to be proactive if you know you don't have any of the tools and skills that we just discussed. And I'll tell you Tim, I had a coaching call with a newer agent last week, who had been doing pretty well, you know, kind of doing it on their own way. They'd put together a lot of skills, but they used the pre listing package for the first time. And they were like blown away that it was so such a much easier transaction with, I'm sorry, much easier presentation with a much more predictable outcome. They spent less time at the sellers house. The seller was happy. They were happy. They walked away with a signed listing. Guys, the pre listing pack, if you're not, again, proactively lead generating pre qualifying, presenting negotiating closing. Though the other elements obviously is prior to the listing appointments, send a pre listing pack, if necessary, then you do a lot of lead follow-up. But ideally, when you make that initial contact, you're setting the appointment right away. So lead follow-up isn't really necessary. Just hopefully I'm not confusing you, hopefully I'm helping you focus. That's how complicated real estate is. Proactively generation pre qualifying presenting, negotiating and closing. That's really, if you get good at those 5 things, primarily the first one and the second one, you're going to basically be right as rain. You can be terrible of everything else as long as you're really good at being a proactively generator. And frankly, pre qualifying and I'll just add to that, obviously, the presenting. Those three things forget to those three things are the most important things in real estate. I think all of you can logically see that that supersedes the need for anything else. And you can do being wildly successful in real estate have really no real marketing or branding or any of the rest of it.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:39 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"And when that happened, it bottomed out for about three months. I'm talking about like a 6 month average. And the average days on the market went up for a while. This is when rates went up. This is when we had the holidays, nobody knew, uncertainty. What was going on with inflation and all that. So now we are back up just as was reported, Austin is now back up to guess what an average sale price of 700,000 average days in the market is back down to 30. So if you are an agent selling in Austin, you might have experienced 6 months of an average net commission being a bit less, but now it's back on the Ascension. Yeah, it's incredible. And I just think to your example of the average home in the United States being $500,000. Yes. So if someone bought a, let's say a year ago, they bought that house for 460,000 or 450,000. It's now worth $50,000 more. What would they have paid in an average payment, even if they bought last year in June, it say with an interest rate of 7%. I don't know if you can do that in your head. But I bet you if it was, let's say they had a $400,000 mortgage. They may have been paying, well, let's just say $40,000 a year all in sharp PITI payment, right? But the house itself appreciated or inflated by the exact same amount roughly that they put into the house in terms of PITI. Sure, possibly even more, because even when rates went up, so say their interest rate worst case scenario was maybe 6 and three quarters, maybe a few people out there had to pay 7. But if your house appreciated by 8%, you're still on the upside. You guys get the point. You're going to have in this market. You're living for free basically because of the inflation of the appreciation on the home. Make sure you're explaining that to your buyers. And rates are coming down currently. So keep an eye on that.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Create more business, both more listings and, of course, buyers. Buyers generally don't and in fact, it's worse than that because some buyers don't ever actually buy. So they're kind of negative transactions sometimes. Point number four, we want you to invest in yourself first so that you then can be rich and free. Point number 5, we want you to build strong skills from the beginning. So, let's make some assumptions about you, our listeners, so we can show you the math. Assume the following facts and, of course, you can modify for yourself if necessary. Now, again, we're going to give you this is very important here, listen to what Julie just said. From here forward, we're going to all be operating off this common essentially these common assumptions. Assumptions are starting points. You need to adjust accordingly. And if you're listening to this out of sequence, there's going to be people who listen to part three and haven't listened to part one and they're all going to be confused because we're all going to be leaning back into this math. Just so make sure you memorize this and make sure you know what our common agreements are as we move forward. Yes, and I would say this our example is chosen on purpose. This is a great goal or example. So assumptions, maybe you live in a state like Florida, Tennessee or Texas with no state income tax. If that's not you, adjust your math to include your state tax. Your average sell price is 500,000. Now, the average sale price has been bubbling around. I checked this morning between about four 40 and 5 ten. So 500,000 makes the math a little bit easier. That's why we're doing that. We're assuming you are an EXP agent, we're assuming your average gross commission based on 500,000 is 15,000 that you pay your broker 20%, netting you $12,000 per transaction. And remember EXP, you have a cap of $16,000. So after you've paid in your $16,000 cap, you will be a 100% after that. Not also assumed that when we're doing the rest of this math. So I'll say that again at EXP when you pay in your cap, which is only 16 grand. After that, there's no more additional commission split. Really important you remember that. There are always shocks me. You know, obviously Julie and I are aligned with EXP. It's probably one of the best business decisions we ever made. And if you're interested in joining Julian ID XP, we strongly encourage you to just text me directly at 512-758-0206 or if you'd like if you want to learn more about EXP just text the letters EXP to four 737 two text letters EXP to four 737 two. But if you've not yet chosen your sponsor and you're looking for a sponsor that I think you'll agree will be very proactive in your success text me directly at 512-758-0206. And guys, there's every reason in the world right now for you to be moving forward and at least seriously considering EXP. Because for many of you, it's going to be the difference between essentially wealth accumulation that happens in a snail's pace and wealth accumulation that happens like you can't possibly imagine because at EXP you make money from more than just your real estate transactions. There's multiple ways that you get paid. That is what, at the end of the day, you want to be looking for a passive sources of income. So just text letters, EXP to four 737 two, or you can text me directly if you've not yet chosen a sponsor, Julie and I are formally applying for the job of being your EXP royalty sponsor, new agencies and agents, grizzled agents, big teams, small teams, doesn't matter. Everyone's joining text to me directly at 512-758-0206. Remember when texting message and data rates may apply. So back to our math, we're going to keep it easy.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

02:15 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"And lots of stress. Number 5, we don't want you to follow false prophets, gurus, or fake coaches who have no authority to coach you. Actually, I got to find out it for that one. We don't want you to fall false prophets who want to suck away all your profit. You know, gurus, fake coaches who have no authority to coach you and bottom line guys is be very, very careful who you listen to because if you fall one little shitty piece of advice that can put you in a completely different trajectory and that misdirection compounds over time. Yes. And I can completely wreck your vision of your own success in a real estate. When in fact, it wasn't your fault. You just followed the wrong thing. In other words, you start trying to do something as some fake guru told you to do and it doesn't work for you. And you assume that they guru knew what they were talking about. And basically blame the lack of it working on you versus the fact that it was this crappy advice to begin with. The world is full of people who want to sell you information on how to get rich, who have never gotten rich themselves. Their product is selling people on doing something never, never actually done. They sell a whole bunch of guru type stuff. I had to get rich, get your mindset together, but they've never actually done anything other than sell the information. I would avoid those people. Those people are what we call charlatans. Those are snake oil salesmen, only listen to people that have actually done what you want to do. The rest of them are just selling you into this dream, the fantasy, they don't know whether it works or not. They've never actually done it. Yeah, you know, he made that point in the book, too, that there's a difference between dreaming an idea and doing the idea. Anyway, great book. All right, point number 6, we don't want you to have failure to launch syndrome. That applies just some of you listening not all of you, but getting ready to get started, analysis paralysis, and creative avoidance of work will all make you broke. Now we'll move on to something more positive, 6 things we do want for you. Point number one, we want you to have a definitive plan to follow so that you will have direction and won't have to guess what to do to succeed at a high level from day one or if this is your day, 1001, same point. Point number two, we want you to have goals in 5 areas of life. Those are family, physical, financial, spiritual and educational, to

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:35 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"That's what we're going to be presenting. And that's what we're going to start out by presenting. I think that will help you guys sort of pace your way into this new world that we're all going to be experiencing, whether you want to or not, there's no unring that bell. Anyway, let's not talk any more about this because I can't stop myself. Let's get started into what our specific topic is. Back to our topic. Okay, so we're going to be over the course of the week. This is a multi part podcast series. We're talking about your 5 year plan. Now it doesn't mean that you have to start on day one. The second you got your license, maybe you've been in business for a while, but you want to do a new 5 year plan. Some of these points are going to apply to you. Some of these points are filling in the gaps that maybe you never implemented. So this is really for everyone adjust accordingly. So podcast part one, we're going to talk about before we get into our first points. 6 things we don't want for you from day one moving forward. And 6 things we do want for you. So we're going to go through these kind of fast. My number one, we don't want you to be burned out, broken and beholden to other people or companies controlling your success. Don't build your castle on someone else's land. We talk about that all the time on this podcast. Don't wait for someone or something else to spark your success. You must light your own fire. Excuse me, sir. I'll do number two. You can catch your breath. Point number two, you don't want to suffer cash spurts, lack of profitability, or uncertainty, is certainly in cash flow. Uncertainty in this market does not mean uncertainty for your future. Uncertainty in the market does not mean uncertainty for your future. That's right. Does that mean uncertainty for your future just because there's uncertainty in the market. Your number one affirmation is if it's meant to be it's up to me. What I mean by that is just because you talk to prospects sometimes that are sitting on the sidelines because they're uncertain, that is not your job to embrace the uncertainty and say, well, I'm going to wait around too. If it's meant to be, it's up to me. There are people transacting while we're talking on this podcast. Joel, what was the book you and I listened to over the weekend? How to get rich by what was his last name? You remember Felix some things Felix. Yeah, guys, that's all the breadcrumbs are going to give you. Go to Amazon and listen or read this book. And well, he made a really great point that salient to Julie's point number two. Again, go to Amazon, get the book. His first name was Felix, will probably remember his last name in two seconds. But it's called how to get rich. He was a magazine publisher, started a lot of famous magazines. He was worth hundreds of millions of dollars, but I love the book, honestly. It's so practical and tactical. There's no whoo whoo in it whatsoever, which makes me instantly a fan. But definitely listen to it or read it. And so how does this relate to Julie's point? The most opportunity is always made during the greatest times of change. Oh, who's been telling you guys that forever on this podcast and all of our books and coaching, Julie and I and this is what we're experiencing right now because of AI.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"We're going to completely forget about what the numerical sequence is soon because it's just going to be what it is and it's going to happen so fast. And we're really excites me just beyond normal levels of excitement is how it's going to make all of you better. Because it's going to make it so that the mundane tasks that many of you never do in the first place are going to be easily delegated. And I'm talking about all your social media, all your YouTube videoing, all your lead generation for a lot of lead generation steps can be done by AI. A lot of this stuff you guys avoid all the time. You know it's really important and yet it persists to be something that you're resisting. This can fill in those gaps. And I think that to your point, Tim, this is such a big, quick topic, quick meaning, it's regenerating as we speak. There's probably a new version. And I think we will stop calling it versions because we'll run out quickly. But because it is so vast, I think it's why is that we do a different channel more of a dedication to that specific topic because it's not going to be like a 5 part one week series and you're done. It's going to be ongoing and there's going to be so many ways that you guys will be able to utilize it and I appreciate you saying that we're going to keep it positive. How will your lives improve and how are you going to be able to keep up on this part of this is to remove your fear of the unknown? So what we're going to be doing and I think the easiest way for Julie and I to sort of work through all this with all of you is we're going to be taking three again I'll just let me bear with me for 60 seconds. So essentially you have open you have chat GPT and there's other chat GPT things that are out there.

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:45 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"In your real estate career and ultimately in life in wait for it. 5 years or less. So the gist of this week's show is going to be all about helping you goal set, create plans, and then obviously implement the execution of those plans to accomplish the goals. Because after all, a goal is a dream with an action plan. But before we get to point number one, I have actually, I think, three cool announcements. All right, late on me. All right, well also a lot of you have been lobbying me after I've sort of been hinting that I'd love to expand the context and the content on this podcast to talk more about different things. And Julie was kind of the holdout for this first topic and she was finally agreed. I true story. Yes, true. All right, so we're going to be including adding different, I don't know if they'd be called channels to our main podcast. The first one's going to be about health. And a lot of you guys follow us on Instagram as well at Tim Mitchell Harrison. So you know Julie and I are really focused on that as well and have been for a long period of time. And you guys ask us questions sometimes about what we're doing. And we're going to start talking about some of the HRT hormone replacement therapy. We're going to start talking about some of the nutritional things that we've been doing for a long period of time. Because you've been asking and we haven't really wanted to be that sherry, but we're going to start talking about all those things now. Since you asked. That's right. That's right. Number two is we're going to be talking about investing, not just investing in real estate, though a lot of it will be about that. But investing on a whole. Because really, that's something else that once you start building a very profitable consistently profitable business, you're going to have to know where to put that profit.

"5 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

08:25 min | 8 months ago

"5 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"You may have already entered to win our free trip to Israel, but we've added some exciting new prizes to the contest, so stick around for the end of the episode to find out how you could win. Today we wrap up the introduction to the book of judges and God tells us that he has left a handful of canaanite leaders in the land as a test for the Israelites. Today we also get to meet the first four judges. All of whom are pretty good by comparison to the others we'll read about. Early on, we find out that Israel has forgotten God and are worshiping baal and the astroth and God takes credit for selling them into slavery, just like he warned them he would do when this happened. After 8 years, they finally cry out to God and he raises up the first judge to save them. And remember that the judges were talking about here are more like military commanders and civil leaders than someone who sits in a courtroom with a gavel. The first judge is oatmeal, whom you may remember as Caleb's nephew slash son in law. The text says God's spirit was upon him and he gave him victory. Then they had peace for 40 years. But then the Israelites decide they prefer sin over peace, and they rebel again. So God strengthens their enemy against them, king eglon of Moab. He gathers some allies and they attack Israel and take back Jericho, which was Israel's first conquest in the promised land. They also take the Israelites as servants for 18 years until they cry out to God for rescue. Then guide appoints E hood the second judge to rescue them. If you're left handed, you probably love this story even though it was gross because left handed people often get a bad rap in ancient text, but here one of your people is the hero. One interesting thing about this is that E hood was from the tribe of Benjamin, which means son of the right hand. I bet E hood was probably teased about his left handedness for his entire life. Kind of like if you're a vegan whose last name is hunter. But this left handed warrior led a group of people in giving a gift to king eglon of Moab as a ruse so he could stab him with an 18 inch knife. Then he led the Israelites in killing 10,000 milligrams and taking back the land, and things are peaceful again for 80 years. After that, we only get one sentence on the third judge shamgar. Both his name and his family of origin point to shamgar being a native canaanite who had turned to worship yahweh. And here he is, established as a judge over the Israelites, leading them in victory over the Philistines to save Israel. the people sin again and God sells them into slavery for 20 years under jabin, the king of Canaan. The situation seems impossible to the people because jabin and his military commander cicera have access to 900 iron chariots, and they live in areas that are flat. If you have chariots you want the battles to be on flat land. If you don't have chariots, you want the battles to be in the hills for obvious reasons. Chariots are super advanced, like ancient tanks, but they don't move well across anything besides flat, dry ground. So for these canaanites to have chariots in flat land did not bode well for the Israelites. The Israelites had been worshiping the canaanite gods and now they realized that those gods are worthless to save them and they have no hope but yahweh. So they cry out to him. That's when we encounter our final judge for the day and one of the ones who occupies the most space in the book. Deborah. Of all the judges we'll read about, she's the one who honors God the most and sticks the closest to his commandments. Scripture describes her as a wise, bold, level headed prophet who keeps her word and fears the lord. She's also the one judge we encounter who actually presides over legal cases. So she's a judge in the israelite sense, and also a judge in the Judy since. The one traditional role of an israelite judge that she doesn't step fully into is the role of military commander. She says God has appointed Barack for that position, and he's on board, but he refuses to go to battle without her. She agrees to go with him, but lets him know up front that a woman will get the praise for winning the battle. Initially it seems like she's saying this praise will go to her, but this prophecy points to someone else. In the song in chapter 5, we find out that Barack summons 6 tribes to fight with him, which is the largest coalition in the whole book of judges. Before the fighting begins in chapter four, we see a brief mention of a keen eye man named heber, who pitched his tent in the middle of nowhere. This is foreshadowing. Debra gives the heads up that today is the day for battle against cicera and his 900 chariots, and she reminds Barack that God goes before them and has given them the victory. The Israelites kill a lot of canaanites, but Cicero escapes on foot and winds up in the middle of nowhere at, you guessed it, the tent of heber the keen eye. Heber had a peaceful relationship with Cicero's king jabin, so they were on decent terms, which may explain why Cicero went to his tent. But there are at least two other weird dynamics going on here. Heber was a keen eye, not in israelite, but those two are closely related and have a peaceful relationship. The canines even settled in the land with the Israelites. So Cicero is showing up to a place where he is both a friend and an enemy. If you've ever been in middle school, you've probably been in a situation like this. The other weird dynamic, according to the text, is that Cicero actually goes to heber's wife's tint, not heber's tent. Wives often had separate tents from their husbands. Maybe he thinks she'll be more compassionate than heber would be. I don't know, but it still kind of sketchy. So this was probably a pretty awkward situation for at least two reasons. It wasn't awkward for long, though, because she drives a tent peg through his temple. And once again, God and his people gain victory over the enemy, and they wrote a whole song about it in chapter 5, praising God in his works. Then the land had peace for 40 years. Where did you see your God shot today? I really loved seeing how he chose and appointed unlikely leaders. In our first four judges, we start with a man from the tribe of Judah, which is to be expected. But then we have a left handed man from a right handed tribe, a canaanite to lead the Israelites and a woman. None of those would be viewed as traditional leaders in that day, and it just reminds me of how God uses the unlikely not to pump up their self esteem or give them bragging rights in front of the haters. That's prideful at worst and fleeting at best. He does it to reveal himself at work to show his heart for those who are overlooked. It's not that he sees potential in them. He doesn't see it, and it's not potential. It's a reality and he created it. God is establishing a track record of using people we probably wouldn't think of as leaders. Those we might pass over because they seem less qualified for one reason or another. It brings him glory and it brings us joy, because he's where the joy is. Do you want to remind yourself and others throughout your week that he's where the joy is? Maybe in the middle of brushing your teeth you thought I wish there was a small print I could frame and put next to the sink so I could have a little daily reminder of where my joy comes from. Or maybe while you're getting dressed, you've thought, why don't I have a T-shirt to remind myself and others what really matters? Or that all the fat is the lords, or maybe you're getting ready for dinner and think, I can't I find jewelry that's the perfect balance of classical style and biblical encouragement. If so, then you and I think alike, that's why I ask our team to help design all these things because I wanted them for myself. I have the print framed in my home. I wear the jewelry almost every day and probably half my t-shirts are TBR t-shirts. Now, you can be my twin if you visit our website and click the store link. The Bible recap dot com, forward slash store. I'm so excited about how many of you entered to win the free trip to Israel with Israel X and hope media group, and because of that, we want to offer even more chances for you to win a few other things, especially for those of you who might not be able to go to Israel with us. So we're going to be giving away some bonus things. You could win a copy of my new Israel book, which comes out in April, it's a luxury coffee table book with 256 pages of gorgeous pictures of Israel, and 30 devotionals, or you could win some other TBR book bundles. And a few other secrets were keeping tucked up our sleeves. 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"5 years" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"5 years" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

"It's just like so cool. It's awesome. And you know, if you don't ask you don't get a know people can do is say no the thing that kills me the most is that people are afraid to ask because they're going to get a no doubt. However, they've already accepted a consequence of know before they asked absolutely absolutely, you know, it's interesting. I've probably spoke about a hundred different conferences in the last five years. Cheers, and I got to a point for Carona to where I could literally talk to someone for two minutes and know if there's one of two types of people one type of person is they don't know what the crap they're doing and they do and the second type of person that conferences is analysis paralysis person that wants to do but as too scared to do and and you've been to a lot of the you see me speak a lot of these conferences, you know exactly what I'm talking about. You have the people that don't know anything about YouTube that are making a million dollars a year because they do and then you have the people like that are smarter than people that work at YouTube that still haven't started this channel. Yeah, yeah, it's it's and that's you know, I I talked about it's almost like, you know going to Dallas. Have you ever been to Dallas and flying a plane when when they take off or they laugh and it's like they'll and like four miles before they get to Dallas and they just drive in you know, you take off from Dallas. It's the same way. It's like are you ever going to take off or wage going to drive there? And that's when it gets stuck in the planning stage. It's your when are you going to take off like there's only so much preparation like there's only so much and the thing is if you don't take that action to move forward, then you're not getting any result. You're getting a negative result. It's actually worse than had you taken action. So the last ten years. I've been one of the first original YouTube groups, like people teaching people how to do YouTube. Yeah last month. I cut out not doing YouTube guru stuff anymore. I canceled every like I'm not I'm a ghost in that industry. And and that's the reason the reason is.

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"5 years" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

Living the Law of Action Show

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"5 years" Discussed on Living the Law of Action Show

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