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Dunkirk Awards

Filmspotting

06:36 min | 6 months ago

Dunkirk Awards

"Welcome to film spotting, we will get to our Nolan Review Awards. Later in the show, we might have an for those awards picked out by. Then we might not. We will share our awards for favourite supporting performance and lead performance from this retrospective of the work of Christopher Nolan will also share our picks for best Nolan moment in the overall best moment or seen after we have revisited all ten of Nolan's films and that will culminate with our Christopher Nolan rankings. The definitive Christopher ranking for each of us one to ten will there be some shifting Adam Gimme a tease. Shifts definitely from the last time, I posted a Nolan ranking on letterbox. There's been some movement Yep me too one I think you'll like I don't know if you'll like it enough, but you will like it I though the World War Two movie from Christopher Nolan that we didn't know we needed dunkirk. The enemy tanks stop. Why? Why waste precious tanks when they can pick from the. Barrel. Their full hundred thousand men only speech. Your position. Josh, coming into this rewatch was that done kirk is Christopher, Nolan's best film and there's at least one longtime listener and regular commentator who agrees with you that we are culminating this overview triumphantly with the filmmakers greatest achievement Adam Grossman in Vancouver says like many of us. I've completed my Christopher Nolan Review. Biggest takeaway hoover is a really hard were dispel. Well, second takeaway. I've decided dunkirk is Nolan's career highpoint while my heart loves interstellar the most good on you Adam and I. Hugely Admire. and. The Dark Knight for what they meant to Action Cinema and Superhero movies respectively dunkirk is his masterpiece got laid down for you tenant. I just don't know how anyone could argue that the legend of dunkirk could be told any better the setup and the first eight minutes alone from the falling paper from the sky to the distress. Cry of where's the bloody air force is a wonder of a short film. In itself, the lack of dialogue works perfectly for what this movie wants to achieve with. Hans. Zimmer's relentless scored doing all the audio work that's necessary among all the chaos. There are frequent moments of grace. Kenneth. Branagh face as Commander Bolton as the cavalry arrives in the form of the civilian vessels the empathy as Peter Tells Killian Murphy's PTSD soldier. The young George will be okay and no moment more than the shot. Be Okay and no more than a shot of Tom Hardy's planes silently gliding over the beaches of dunkirk knowing his job has been done. dunkirk is also uniquely Christopher Nolan Movie One where his signature use of time has never melded together better and more cohesively than it does in the final twenty minutes of this film while Dunkirk will understandably never be a wholly enjoyable or easy rewatch. It's one that gets richer and richer with repeat viewing. Now, Adam Mention Nolan signature use of time, and that is one aspect of dunkirk among others that certainly connects to his entire body of work. But there are other aspects that Mark Dunkirk is unique. It is only film that is based on historical events, which means it is inherently rooted in the past and yet I'd argue it is only film that truly feels present tense meeting there are no. Dead parents or wives or forsaken children or other tragic events haunting the air's barrier played by Tom. Hardy the Moles Army private Tommy fiene whitehead or for the most part the sees Mr Dawson played by Mark Rylance like all Nolan protagonist there's plenty of personal sacrifices on display but no guilt no sense of futility about toning past actions just the seemingly futile need to survive the current event that they. Are Tragically experiencing here's something else that argues unique about dunkirk as we every other commentator on Dolan's work is discussed in some form or fashion for all those dead parents and wives and foresaken children. There's nothing so emotional or borderline sentimental in any of his previous films as the climax of inception and yes, mileage may vary there which led to interstellar and not only mcconaghy's crushing breakdown watching twenty three. Years Worth of miss video messages from his family but the verbalize message love is the one thing we're capable of proceeding that transcends dimensions of time and space. Maybe we should trust that even if we can't understand it, it's hard to imagine any character in previous Christopher Nolan movies saying something like that which led to Dunkirk am I crazy josh this is his most blatantly sentimental and even heart film. And if so is that what establishes Dunkirk as his best its balance of coldness the sober portrayal of the hell of war of life in the misguided choices, some men will make when facing death with warmth. In the compassionate inspiring choices some men will make to maintain a way of life. So a lot of subtleties in that question and you're onto something so you're not crazy I think I would distinguish. The word blatantly, I. Don't think this is blatantly emotional or moving, but I do think you're onto something in the fact that it is maybe his most heartwarming in where it ends up and let me kind of try to parse those. You're right as long as the Nolan Canon has convulsing McConnell. Interstellar is going to be his most blatantly emotional I mean you can't have a scene like that without registering that on it surface. That's his most emotional movie. But I will also say that I find Dunkirk to be his most emotionally affecting movie maybe even more. So than inception, which we about how I did find that very moving especially in the character of Mal. So yet dunkirk is really a unique thing even as it's working within the strands and trends that we have been tracing in Nolan's other films, I. Think the heartwarming aspect is probably a part of that. You've nailed it there in that it brings us to a place that. Is One of Constellation and I think it's earned because I think up until that point we have just been suffering alongside all of these other characters in so many ways and we've also been recognizing as the movie does that this is You know a an account of a military failure, a huge defeat and so for the movie to kind of offer, some sort of solace at the end of that I think is. In proportion and well

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"adam grossman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:17 min | 1 year ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This business rockstars I am Britney when me and my guest today is Adam Grossman CEO of Papa in Berkeley I don't think so much for joining us today so for those not familiar with you in your entrepreneurial background kind of give us that story and what led you and inspired you to start Poppin Barkley my background is entrepreneurial and operational so I've been CEO and see a number of different start up companies and somehow my. business background kind of all lined up for this business what happens struck the company was that my long time business partner Ellie gorgeous and a third partner Scott Gordon I were having discussions about forming a fund in the cannabis space and we were sort of looking at it from an operational perspective having launched new companies and Scott is an institutional investors so he was looking at it from that lands but really what started the company was an experience I had with my my father at the same time that we're having these conversations in New York I was commuting back to Boston to take care of my parents were elderly and needed help my mom got Alzheimer's and my father developed back condition spinal stenosis that left him in terrible pain and unable to get out of bed we didn't know what to do so we put in the hospital and they didn't know what to do and you just got worse they got put on hospice care and the pain specialist said that if you didn't get out of bed in the next week to ten days that you probably wouldn't I was desperate got a call from a friend of mine my friend Billy said who is here in California and had seen bomb of pain bomb in the dispensary out here and she suggested that I could perhaps make it and I went online and looked at the D. I. Y. formulas and I called my high school buddy and asked him to get a couple of ounces of the best cameras that you can find. I bought a crock pot from a neighbor and I got that coconut oil and the other ingredients from whole foods and put five hundred dollars worth of cannabis into the crockpot and cooked up a batch of the first batch of pain bomb and put on my dad's back the next day and I could get him out of bed amazing so he got better he got off hospice incredibly and I started giving away samples of the bombs are friends and family and that's what got us started wow so what was the first step you talk you know after you realize that the bomb help your dad and can possibly help other people was the first step you took when you were serious about starting this as a business we started looking at topical as businesses and on the investment side with those meetings I was having in New York and that inform what we're doing but really the what I I was pursuing this as a passion project for a while and an old friend of mine who had experience in the cannabis space called me up yet heard that we're forming a bond he ended up introducing me to my partner he was really that creative force underneath up on Barkley and when I soggy and his skill set around. formulating products and is believed to understand the plan and the medicinal uses of the plan that really was the spark because here was a guy that you can build a creative engine around and given my operational and entrepreneurial experience I sort of knew how to build that engine absolutely and explain kind of how your brand is teetering to a wide demographic. we really got our start and catering to a very different demographic than a lot of the cannabis companies given our medicinal focus so I had this experience with my dad and we have and our our value proposition around non psychoactive pain products with the bomb and then transdermal patches forming really the core of who we are as a company that naturally skews a little to older people and health related concerns so we we lean in that direction but because pain and stress are universally felt and suffered we really spanned across all demographics yeah and your active investor and serve on the board of several privately held companies how that experience help do you kind of not only launch pop and Barkley but help the business grow. well being here in California where the business is really. raised over the last four years it didn't exist prior to that well it did but in a different environment we had to do a lot of different things we've got to build our own manufacturing facilities up north and your Rico were based on we've built a distribution business to get our products to market as well as the brand so. my diverse experience in terms of being on on other boards is really helps because of all that we've had to do an example of that is I've been on the board of my friend Jeri's company for many years it's a global logistics company he's an investor and pop and Barkley and he's mentoring our logistics people and has really been instrumental as a strategic advisor and helping us to grow that part of the business so that prior experience really come into play quite a bit the main thing for their any curve balls that you weren't expecting or any challenges that you face starting and growing pop and Barkley that you were just kind of wow that that uses weren't expecting to have hit you hard well yes and after awhile I guess you become used to it in this market things change constantly we're defining and new industry here and so they're definitely been a few moments in the company's history where. surprises of happened on the regulatory side of things there's a change in July on the packaging requirements and that cause some issues for us to really scramble to to make sure we were compliant in all ways and it's actually been a great way to see the strength of the company culture and how dedicated folks are to our mission. give company culture before the interview we're kind of talking about how you're even outgrowing the space that you just moved into so what is that like kind of being the head of a fast growing company and how important do you think company culture is to the success of pop and Barkley. Klay important particularly in this market in the cannabis market where it's very aspirational both with respect to what this plan can can do for people from medicine standpoint and I think that that attracts a certain type of of of people we're extremely mission trip and we arose out of this experience that I had with my dad but the experiences that people using our our products are telling us about all the time is incredibly empowering so we share them we spent a lot of time as a company giving back and we do that up in your Rico we do that here in LA we we like spending time together so yeah company culture is critical to us and you've got an amazing group of people and that becomes I think self reinforcing when you're recruiting and we take a lot of time in chair in the way that we recruit and I like to say to everybody that's coming on board that the structure of the potential to be the best job you ever had because it's an amazing market we have an amazing mission our products really work and people are inspired and some people who might not understand this DVD space my number there knows it so how do you kind of make sure that your marketing is really kind of attracting new customers. that's an excellent question and we still. very privileged to be able to be in a position to have that first conversation with people because there's so much stigma associated with cannabis and start to be able to even relate my personal story but just more broadly talk about these products. don't get you high and it but amazingly effective for pain relief and listen getting high is great and that's a part of who we are as well but to be able to have that initial conversation with folks and and to be able to open up their perspectives around the use of this plan and how it can help them in the world it really is a really powerful place to be and you can go back in time and give yourself one piece of advice before starting pop and Barkley what do you think you would tell yourself. well I think we'd all like the opportunity to talk to our twenty years. I know I would yeah. I guess. I guess when I think about myself at that age even and and getting through school and it was very tactical and how to get through this has and and how do I eat make sure that that I arrived at the place that I want to arrive to my dad used to say this a lot about paying attention to the journey and not just the destination it sounds very trite but I think the older I get the more I appreciate that advice and what's happening here at the company level is that we're I think taking the time to recognize not just where we're trying to be but we are now and join what we're doing along the way and that's reflected in some of the corporate culture stuff that we do as well the investment that we make and and and the company in our people absolutely and talk a little bit about your distribution because you guys have an impressive distribution list and where people can kind of find you. so you can find within California there's a store locator dispensaries likely were in very high percentage of the dispensaries in the market I think that's a testament to the quality of the products and the fact that now that they're working and and so new store owners are now calling us which is different than in the old days so we're pretty widely distributed here in the California market and now with pop and Barkley essentials are we have a CVT line that is available to folks that don't have full access to the full spectrum cannabis products.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Thank you okay mic for the for the last two years. The heisman trophy winner has come out of Oklahoma Baker Baker Mayfield two years ago cuyler Murray last year Jalen hurts was twenty six and two at Alabama and led them to national championship games but last year when Tua Tagliavini has showed up hurts was benched and basically became a free agent. He's now at Oklahoma but sooners head coach. Lincoln Riley says that hurts has to quote earned the job. I is there any me way that hurts isn't the starter for Oklahoma after he could have transferred to any school in the country so if this all depends on how big you think the ego is for Lincoln Riley and if he wants to try to do the ultimate flex its to say you know what I've got a guy here. I'm the king maker. I'm the one that makes these guys who they are look. I'm going to start my guy in watch him. Put up crazy numbers to it would be a little bit diabolical though because you feel like you you would. There had to be some conversation when he was figuring out where he was going to transfer to you when they said Oh you know you're you know you're the guy you're wrong about this and here's why if he doesn't start hurts in this new college football world where transfers are a big deal. He'll never get another transfer. They'll never trust him again. I don't agree other coaches will use it against him forever. They say let's say guys in between let's say somebody's GonNa Leave U._C._l._A.. U._C._l._a. and he's GonNa go to either Oklahoma or Alabama and both schools want him. Nick Sabin is going to say look man. You can go to Oklahoma but Lincoln Riley Jalen hurts transfer here and you can be our quarterback and then he benched him Jalen hurts and I'll bet you anything thing you want Mike any amount any embarrassment bet anything you want that if he's healthy jalen hurts starts game one for Oklahoma this year no matter what happens in spring practice I agree. I think you'll start to okay. I'm just I'm but I'm going to disagree with the premise that nobody would ever go there again he's like did you guys watch Baker Mayfield. Did you watch Carla Marie. Have you seen my system. Have you seen the wide receiver like come on. I'll have to do is find one quarterback each year. I'M GONNA make you king. I'm going to make you the heisman. In Trophy winner did Jalen rose came here. Guess what he wasn't as good I came. I said the job is open so I think he could win either way but ultimately hurts. We'll start. Where do you come down on this any way? Jalen hurts doesn't start. No I think if I think trudell is right if it's an open competition and the other guy is better they are going to play him. They WanNa win a national championship. It doesn't matter jalen hurts is a transfer. Not This isn't so montage shop like almost always going to recruit. They're always going to be able to get zero chance. Hurts doesn't than start none chat zip about the star but I disagree with the premise okay so I don't know why John when prepping for faster on Mason Ireland I thought about illegal streaming I it's just the my hey hey greg would turn onto legal streaming yeah. It was youtube today. Well I watch everything legally. I'm not sure what you're speaking of. You know <hes> you know my friend John From my wedding Adam Grossman who who has a company called block six analytics where they analyzed sort of sports and business this unique little fact about Adam Grossman introduced Lisa Ireland and I to tinder did not know what vendor was till I met Adam Groom single at the time and he was now happily married. Lisa took his phone and like swipe left and right on like fifty girls. That's the best way to experience tender is to have somebody else's phone Greg's a few years ago and to be able to go through it but not you know not having to do it on your own. I think I've never been hijacked your question anyway so one one issue that that that they're asked about a lot <hes> basic say what their business is whether they can determine the value of illegal streams of games matches or contests especially in.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on Filmspotting

"I almost did it though just because like you're sitting there. I know you're looking at me going Adam this is just something gotta get over. If I showed it to you in like ninety second clip you'd go. Okay. Yeah. He's doing something there. There's no I believe it it sometimes involves eating. It's it's a tick though, that he had even before this role in the first part of this film. It's all over it. It's half of his performance as rusty and ocean's eleven hundred percent is and I think even there it's a way pit somehow thinks by giving that character those ticks, it's giving the character character. And that's the problem. He's going for some kind of insouciance that for me again is just pure distraction. And if anything on rewatch, I found it more noticeable and distracting one line that did stand out to me, though, from the voice over when they're talking about Frank his brother leaving and the loss. He felt when he heard about jesse's passing. There's a line in there where it says he had spurned his younger brother for being put culinary and temperamental. And I thought well, you know, all. Stuff with the mouth peculiar peculiar? So maybe pit was going for that. Okay. Before you get to the transition where you came around on the performance. Let me just suggest that maybe this was part of the plan. And I don't know how intentional Pitt was in this. But maybe in the casting they thought we're going to give the myth the man the legend in the first third because this entire film, slowly drains the myth away. That's that's the point of the movie right is to undercut that myth, and it works to give you Brad Pitt. And then take it away from him where he gets CLYDE or now, I don't know. I didn't do as close of a study the mouth movements. Maybe they're just as many in the final two nerds. There sounds like they're not. At least eight detention. I do wonder if this is part of strategy to say, okay, let's take some of that away. Let's be more still whatever the direction was is to undercut Brad the legend. Yeah. While we love to believe that it was all by design. But again knowing how much has gone on and other pit performances. I do think it was a device on his part away to get into the character. And I can applaud him for that. But I don't think it works on screen in that Email. I mentioned from listener Adam Grossman, he mentions that apparently Jesse James himself, even at some point in his life referenced Julius Caesar and feeling like Caesar, and of course, I'm going off of what I know historically, but the Shakespeare play and for me there are shades of Julius Caesar, of course, all over this movie. But in addition to thinking of him, and that betrayal on the level of Julius Caesar. I think there's at least some suggestion of a Christ figure in him too in perhaps the sacrifice he makes at the end of the film, which is something we can get into a little bit more. But he is such a mythical figure, and this movie does very clearly sort of pull on both ends of that rope trying to further mythologies him. And then at once d. Mythologies him. But he's such a mythical figure that in addition to Jesus in addition to Julius Caesar I saw him as this almost supernatural presence. He takes on this role almost of death. He basically becomes a grim reaper goes through a good chunk of this film travels place to place man to man, bringing with him fear and misery and ultimately to a lot of these people death, and as pit transitions into that Jesse James he becomes that paranoid grim reaper. He's really fascinating. All the lips of does completely disappear. It's replaced by that icy cold stare. It's replaced by a sadness to that overwhelms the performance in a good way knowing that everything he has done in his life has led him to this which is a life mostly on the run, and he surrounded by people who claim to love and adore him these sycophants who really ultimately are just constantly lying to him and betraying him. And along the way, he's even compromising his own values. And that's an element forgotten about from the two thousand seven viewing of this. Film. Originally, we see him in some of those moments where he becomes in his rage..

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"adam grossman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ordinarily, insurance companies would not be the most interesting topic but there. Is one thing about them that's worth your attention they have. Stood the, business test of time outside the US in fact. Many, go back as far as the sixteen hundreds Adam Grossman founder of Mayport wealth management wrote on humbled dollar dot com that it's no coincidence that, so many insurance companies have survived for so long and he believes it's worth taking the time to understand the secret to. Their, longevity in order to help your own finances Adam how do you see what I got. Me thinking about this Gordon was actually my father-in-law so my father-in-law's ninety, five years old and when I first met him you know us merely seventy five years, old and he would give me lots of advice and I would. Probably listen with one ear, like like any, son-in-law but, as he got older I realized that you know he's he's really stood the, test of time and. I, should probably start listening much more closely toes advice particularly, is health and nutritional advice So now he's ninety five and I listened very carefully to what he says surely insurance companies struck me a lot of them, are disproportionately represented among some of the oldest companies in the world and they'd be heard of Lloyd's of London been around. Since, the seventeen hundreds but even in the US signal was founded during George Washington's administration John. Hancock was honor during the civil war and so it struck me that, maybe these companies are doing something similar that it's not just a coincidence that these companies, have stood the test of time so well and so that's why. Like we we really can, benefit by studying, what they, do and it's pretty clear actually what they do all right so explain what, is it that they. Do, so the secret to their success It's a little bit of a. Jargon term it's not as liability matching so, I'll explain it in plain English what they. Do is. They they don't leave anything to chance so to. The best? Of their ability they, project out all the dollars that they have to. Pay out in the future. And teams of people who do forecast the actuaries and they can estimate how many house, fires in hurricane damage and so forth and then they set aside dollars for. Each of those future claims that they think they'll have to pay, out and so each of the claims zone, is a liability and so that's what they're matching their matching dollars to expected claims so that that is what allows them more or less the same business for so. Long because they really don't they, don't just sort of hope they'll be enough money, to pay the claims but they really try. And plan. It out all right so that could translate. To our own personal finances how Well you know each of us does. A form of this which, is that we save in 401K's for. Retirement we might save five, twenty nine accounts for college and. Of course you know day to day, checking accounts we use for day to day expenses so in a sense we do some form of matching but I think we're individuals, maybe could take step further is to say let's actually look at the amount. Of dollars that are in each of those accounts and make sure that they match up to the future expense. So for example you know work with people who say. I've got two thousand dollars a month into a five twenty nine account for my four year old son and I said that's great but have we done the math to figure. Out whether that's enough for maybe. That's too much and so I think that, that's that's the exercise that can be very. Helpful Adam. Grossman founder of Mayport wealth management writing for humble. Dollar Dot com it's. Thirteen, minutes,.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Us Ordinarily insurance companies would not be, the most interesting topic but there is one thing about them. That's worth your attention they have stood the business test of. Time outside, the US in fact many go back as far. As, the sixteen hundreds Adam Grossman founder of Mayport wealth management wrote on humble dollar dot com that it's no coincidence that so many insurance companies have, survived for so long and he believes it's worth taking the time to understand the secret to their longevity in order to. Help, your own finances Adam how? Do you see it what I thinking about this Gordon. Was actually my father-in-law so my father father-in-law's. Ninety five years old and when, I first met him you know us merely seventy five years old and he would give me lots of advice and probably listen with one year. Like like any son-in-law but, as he got, older I, realized that you know he's he's really stood the test of time and I should probably start listening much, more closely to buy particularly as. Health and nutritional advice so now he's Ninety five and I listened very carefully to what he says surely insurance, companies struck me a lot of them are disproportionately represented among some of the oldest companies in the world and they'd be. Her, Loyd to London and been? Around since the seventeen hundreds but even in the US. Signal was founded during George Washington's administration John. Hancock was during the civil war, and so it struck me that maybe these companies are doing something similar it's not just a coincidence that these companies have stood the test of. Time so well and so, that's why I, feel like, we we really can benefit by studying what they do and it's pretty clear actually what they do all, right so explain what is it. That they do So the secret to their success it's a little bit of a jargon term those liability matching. So I'll explain it in plain. English what they do is they they don't leave, anything to chance so to the best of. Their ability. To project out all the dollars that they have. To pay out? In the future and they have teams of people. Who do forecast minnows actuaries. And they'll they can estimate how many house fires in hurricane damage and so forth and, then they set aside dollars for each of those future claims that they think. They'll have to pay out and so each of the claims known, as a liability and so that's what, they're matching their matching dollars to expected claims so that that is what. Allows them more or less to stay in business for so long because they really don't. They don't just sort of hope there will, be enough money to pay the claims but they, really try and plan it out all right. So that. Could translate to our own personal finances how Well you know each of us, does a form. Of this which is that we save. In 401K's.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

"What are you trying to convey the theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're hitting a financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and often times it seems that fanfare questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by women have any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes it important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets and chess everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you twenty you tell folks who generally speaking her in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well it's hard to say you know exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know of questions but i i would say that the majority of them if you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances i don't know even maybe conservative to say that there a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual that you may own this direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best answer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure speak with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com and he's written a piece entitled in.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WTVN

"The theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're facing a financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by a woman named any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chess everyone can see the entire board but impo ker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you twenty you tell folks who generally speaking her in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well you know it's hard to say you know exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know of questions but i i would say that the majority of them if you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances it's i don't know it's even it may be conservative to say that there are a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual stock that you may own the direction of the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there's so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best dancer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"What are you trying to convey the theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're pitching a financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by women at any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chess everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you do you tell folks who generally speaking in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well it's hard to say exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i i would answer to say that the majority of them do you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances it's i don't know it's even maybe conservative to say that there a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual stock they may direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best dancer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

"What are you trying to convey the theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're hitting a financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by women have any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chats everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you do you tell folks who generally speaking her in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well it's hard to say you know exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i i would to say that the majority of the do you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances i don't know if not then maybe conservative to say that they're a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual that you may own direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen in so many different combinations that i think the the the best answer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com and he's written a piece entitled in.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WWL

"The theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're pitching up financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that handful questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by woman named any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chess everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you do you tell folks who generally speaking her in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well it's hard to say exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i i would say that the majority of them do you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances it's i don't know if it's even it may be conservative to say that there are a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market and in any given individual that you may own direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best answer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

"I'm what are you trying to convey the theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're picking up financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by women at any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chess everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you tell folks who generally speaking her in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well you know it's hard to say you know exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i i would hazard to say that the majority of you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances i don't know even it may be conservative to say that there are a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual the direction of the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there's so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best dancer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com and he's written a piece entitled in.

adam grossman boston mayport
"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WLAC

"The theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're kissing up financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by women have any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in cheifs everyone can see the entire board but of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you twenty you tell folks who generally speaking in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well it's hard to say exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i would say that the majority of the do you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances i don't know if it's even it may be conservative to say that there are a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual that you may own the direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best answer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also contributor to humble dollar dot com and he's written a piece entitled in.

adam grossman boston mayport
"adam grossman" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WRVA

"The theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're pitching financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by women at any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes it important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chess everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the pace fund certainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you do you tell folks who generally speaking her in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well it's hard to say exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i i would say that the majority of you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances i don't know if it's even be conservative to say that they're a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual this direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best answer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com he's written a piece entitled in.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"What are you trying to convey well the theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're picking up financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by woman named any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chess everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the tasteful certainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you twenty you tell folks who generally speaking in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well you know it's hard to say exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i i would say that the majority of them do you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances i don't know if it's even it may be conservative to say that there are a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual that you may own the direction of the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best answer in really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com and he's written a piece entitled in.

adam grossman boston mayport
"adam grossman" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WWL

"The theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're picking up financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by woman named any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets in chess everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you twenty you tell folks who generally speaking in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well you know it it's hard to say exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i would say that the majority of the if you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances i don't know if it's even it may be conservative to say that there are a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual this addiction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best dancer and really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com then he's written a piece entitled in.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Know when you're picking up financial questions whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by woman named any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where there actually are no secrets and checked everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when do you tell folks who generally speaking her in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well you know it's hard to say exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i would say that the majority of the if you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances it's i don't know itchy then it may be conservative to say that they're a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual stock they may this direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but the reality is that there's so many different things that could happen in so many different combinations that i think that the the best dancer and really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com then he's written a piece entitled in.

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"adam grossman" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"adam grossman" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"What are you trying to convey well the theme of this message is that it's sometimes difficult to know when you're picking financial question whether the answer is knowable or not and oftentimes it seems that fanfare questions are simply a matter of math but it turns out that actually it's very much not the case and this article is inspired by a woman named any duke duke is a retired professional poker player actually a champion of the world series of poker and in her book she makes an important distinction between games like poker where you don't have all the facts and games like chess where they actually are no secrets in chats everyone can see the entire board but in poker of course you don't know who has what cards and so you're making decisions in the face of uncertainty and so my message is that personal finance is a lot more like poker than it is like chess interesting and where do you find that it's okay to say i don't know because some of your clients probably have a good idea of what they're doing with their money so when you tell folks who generally speaking are in the know that it's okay to say i don't know well you know it's hard to say you know exactly what proportion of questions are i don't know type of questions but i would say that the majority of the if you think about all the different things that could affect your personal finances it's i don't know it may be conservative to say that they're a million different things that could affect the direction of the stock market in any given individual they may this direction the bond market interest rates inflation whether you'll get a raise next year and some of these things you may have better visibility on than others but reality is that there are so many different things that could happen and in so many different combinations that i think the the the best dancer and really the most honest answer in many cases to say at least i'm not sure we're speaking with adam grossman he's the founder of mayport wealth management in boston also a contributor to humble dollar dot com and he's written a piece entitled in.

adam grossman boston mayport