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"andre kind" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Point where it hits to go off the inside of the post and in so gov on his first start and his first goal for the colorado rapids and for good measure mark. He's a young kid who likes celebrate. Texas shirt off gets yellowcard job. Done young man out. We move on to the second half and things really start to slow down and that's really mark where we start to see some really good defensive individual performances for the rapids lawsuit boubacar with some great one v. One play against who. Now the kids did a very good job. Basically anytime renault so got the ball absolutely covering him up or anything. I didn't really even notice fraga pain. Even though he's been a very good addition to minnesota united and a really good fantasy player. Believe it or not folks and lawsuit destroyed up eight. Who now's lunch in this game on the whole and then in the sixtieth minute abalos subs in for who now as adrian heath is looking exasperated frustrated and trying to change things in the game. We'll get to what allah did in a minute or two bassett had a really good opportunity off of a sequence in the seventy second minute off of a corner ultimately gets recycled and bassett. Heads it over the bar. I'm going to officially say it folks. Bassett hasn't really been finishing. He hasn't been great from the run. play either. I think he's officially in a slump and he really needs to not upper. Shut up at this point given a us absences that we're going to see and obviously the long term absence of eunice nominally. Finally get the second goal from andre shinyashiki off the bench in the eighty. First minute folks are really great through-ball into space shinyashiki kind of passes it into space. Maybe trying to find nicholas mosquito. At least that's what he said it wasn't unintentional self past. I got that confirmed from andre in the post game media. Availability nicholas mosquito. Told him he got a touch to it. Andre kind of jokingly said he. i don't believe it. mosquito was not credited with assist. kosta was so. I'm going to believe andre. He was in the best position to see it and ultimately the box gordon credit. She goes one on one with tyler miller and chips him way better than who now did in that same goal job done mark the only real final thing that we had after that was in the eighty seventh minute. A review gives ronald la a straight red card there some shoving on a set piece opportunity just outside the box for minnesota diego. Rubio is being a antagonistic curmudgeon. In ways that he is offer and ronald osceola didn't particularly like that. And rather than the shove in the back the jostling maybe some inappropriate language being said between the two and spanish just decide to sucker punch him like right under the ribs from behind. Rubio goes down. I realized listeners rubio's maybe developed a relationship with officials in this league to making a meal of it ultimately the var does its job finds a video of it as uncle take. Look at it straight red cards. Toronto ocelot summed up the night. Offensively for the loons and their front three front four mark. What was your good thing from the colorado rapids getting back in the win column. A man that gal goal was beautiful..

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"andre kind" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Did not have her peg for rapper boyfriend. But there it is. There it is. Just that's it. Keeping you guys up on the latest and greatest. In the bonus, the ratio of other famous tennis stars male or female, Murph that have dated famous musicians. Are you ready to offer all I'm sure you have a few? Well, Johnny Mac. I mean, John McEnroe. He went out there in his math. Yeah. Did Chrissy ever get with like, you know Ronnie wood or something? Anything's possible. I'm not. I can't confirm that anything's possible shot at 10 Robinson, by the way, anybody else any other tennis slash music? Well, Jonny Matt kind of set the standard day didn't Campriani for a time she was like, turned into like a rebel. She was like may be involved with somebody. I take a question, Andre Kind of had a little thing for a man today, cos I don't know that she was married before she had a kid you drink was like to drink was out there like a sitting courtside at Wimbledon, right? I did not know that there's a good one man. Well, you give me Serena Drake from the From the Millennials. I'll give you Naomi, Osaka, Yb and Corday from from the generation Z. Serena Serena in Drake would be like the premier power. Couple of all, maybe even would they leapfrog Jay Z and Beyonce's Power Zone? That's true, too. Brady yourself. What about them? What about them? Shut up Naomi Osaka in a rapper boyfriend. Okay, Okay. All right. Kids will be moving on now to number five. Let's get some NBA news here. We got some trade. Rumor news happening. In fact, six time NBA All Star forward Blake Griffin. And the Detroit Pistons have agreed that he will be out of the lineup until the franchise and his reps work through a resolution on his playing future. Pistons general manager Troy Weaver has told ESPN this news piss is gonna continue to pursue trade scenarios involving Blake Griffin Talks on a contract buyout with with with his agent could eventually come into focus here, Blake Griffin. E guess it's like, uh,.

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"andre kind" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It is something that mascot Bill comes confident that they can keep up with We'll keep a close eye on that. But I do think that you know, tomorrow morning commutes gonna be certainly messy. A lot of people are telling, working and doing remote learning. And, you know, we advise that if that's an option, that's a great option for tomorrow, But we have We have some confidence and that tomorrow's commute could could could be better than this evening's for sure, Absolutely. And, you know, I just think about also the winds that we're talking about here. 50 60 Mile an hour wind gusts, especially on the Cape. What do you suggest? For people who live in these coastal areas? I mean, there's a chance they could lose their power tonight. What is some advice you have for them? Yeah. I mean, we We hope that people took time yesterday and this morning before the winds really pick up to be prepared. We always want people to use flashlights and other battery powered, You know, don't use things like candles, even though it comes really cozy on a snowy night. You know, that's just too. Too dangerous. So, um, you know, check in with you is your utility provider. If you do lose power, you know, just stay tuned with a backup radio flashlight, extra batteries. Andre kind of hunkered down and look out for one another. Right now. The outages are are also in a good place. We have a pocket and the kind of Quincy area that has spiked a little bit. But we're not seeing too much as far's outages on the Cape, the islands or even in that South Coast region. Certainly something will be keeping a really close eye on and them in the evening hours tonight. Absolutely. Fingers crossed. All right of the director of Mima! Samantha Phillips. I hope you have plenty of coffee tonight, and I hope it goes easy for you. Right. Thanks so much, All right, Thank you. And it's sudden 50. Let's check a couple more stories. We're watching out there tonight. The fires were in modern, a vaccine shots, getting two more people around the country and soon there could be a third from Johnson and Johnson show. The vaccine was 66% effective at preventing mild cases of covert 19 and 85% effective at preventing severe cases. Chief White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says it'll be another useful tool in the fight against Covic. You look at serious disease, hospitalizations and death. Has had a profound effect on that. He says there is much more to protection than preventing infection and that preventing serious illnesses also beneficial Marco Malard ABC news and they've been helping to manage food banks and also helping to guard the capital when it comes to the inauguration, But now more than 100, members of the New Hampshire National Guard are off to the Middle East. The members of Charlie Company third Battalion, the 172nd Infantry will be deployed for about nine months. Going is part of Operation Spartan Shield and Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu and some members of Congress earlier today in a ceremony in Milford, thank the soldiers for their help in Washington after the siege at the Capitol. It's 7 51 will check traffic and weather coming up in two minutes. I want to.

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"andre kind" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Because from where I'm standing, I can't see the top of the mountain. But I see the whole eruption coming from it. It's big. The year was 1980. When Mount ST Helens erupted. John Lennon That's the year he was shot and killed and the world found out who shot J. R. It was also the year we were introduced to the Post it note. What did we do before that? The Rubik's Cube, CNN and this game Yeah. On the financial side in 1980. The Dow ended the year at 9 63 Gas was about a buck 19 a gallon and the inflation rate It was 13.5%. Jeff, you remember 1980. Indeed I do And you know in the eighties and you know people would always talk to us about. Well, I remember when CDs were paying 12% and 14%. And I would say Yeah, but nobody remembers that inflation was even higher than the interest rate you are getting on your CD. So you weren't doing any better technically, because everything was costing that much more. So you know, it's kind of interesting back then. You average cost of a house and 80 was like, you know, under 69,000. You know, an average annual income was under 20. You know, when you look at that versus today, my goodness. A lot has changed in 40 years. It is incredible to look back. Sometimes 1980 doesn't seem that long ago. But when we run through some of these numbers, and we think about you know, this is back when Dallas was still on TV Mount ST Helens, the eruption there It is a long time ago. But what stands out to you most from either that year Jeff or just the eighties in general? Well, I do like music. So I think the eighties gave us a lot of good music seventies were great. And I'm the number five out of six kids, so I had, you know, four older siblings. Um, And so I even grow up as a young lad listening to some fifties music because my oldest brother was eight years older on Gwen, he started working, he would buy music. And it would it would be. You know, some fifties and you know, funny story here he would buy. He liked country music. Now. I was at a conference in the eighties it so I guess this his fits right because this was in the eighties. So is that the hotel I'm packed all my clothes and roll right gold. Some I'm ironing all my shirts and everything, And I'm listening to the radio. The TV excuse me, and there was a commercial. You know how they sell music on the TV commercials and to put that in perspective, they were offering cassette tapes. All right, so that kind of puts it back in the eighties, and it was a country song and I'm sitting there and I'm singing the words and then another country song and then another, and I knew words to every single one. And then I just kind of like, stop dining. I set the iron down on the tiny board. I'm like, how in the world why knew all this country garbage was my thought? Because I never listen. The country and I'm sitting and I got this puzzled. Look on my face. I'm like, how do I know this music? Now this was when I was I was waiting to adulthood and I went Oh my God. My oldest brother used to listen to country music when I was, you know, less than 10 years old, but I still had those songs in my head. That was That's what I remember most about Theeighties. That's I just thought that was so weird. So when you say what I remember most, Yeah, I do like music. And, you know, I liked listening to it like dancing. So, Yeah, I like Theeighties for a lot of the music. They have them. The eighties were good for music. I agree. And I wonder. You know, when we look back just some of the numbers I shared the Dow gas at a dollar 19 a gallon. I did mention that inflation rate. It seems crazy 13.5%. Now Jeff is unlikely as it is to have an inflation rate that high again. Why is it still important to plan for inflation in retirement? Well, if you don't you subject yourself to potentially not having enough income as prices do begin to rise. We have been very fortunate in that. Inflation has been sub 2% for, like 20 years, and that that is a very long stretch to have that low of an inflation rate, especially after coming off the insane inflation rates we had in the eighties. Andre kind of went into the nineties. A little bit a swell. So when you look at that It's um it wouldn't be prudent to not plan for increasing your income throughout your retirement plan, because as we move on, things will become more expensive now. The unfortunate part. When you look at real inflation, and you look at inflation for retirees, those are two different things because retirees tend to spend more money and food. They tend to spend more money on medical issues and those grow far greater than the overall inflation right And then when you look at another inflation in the impact it can have, what about Social Security and how we get our social security increases for those that are taking Social security? Well, that's based on something totally totally unrelated to retirees, urban wage earners So big cities. Those folks getting pay raises if they are, that's what determines the Social Security increase. That to me is so disconnected. I can't even fathom how they came up with that, but that's how the Social Security increases are factored, so there's a disconnect between the real rate of inflation. The increase. The inflation increased with Social Security and then the reality of inflation for retirees. So it's very important to build into any retirement plan for income that there will be some increases at certain points. As you move forward that is critical to make sure that you can maintain your lifestyle throughout your retirement years. When it comes to planning your retirement income. There's certain things you need to look for and make sure that you you handle. So we put together a checklist your retirement income planning checklist and to get your complimentary copy. Simply text the word checklist. Before a 1 207 200 again Text the word checklist to four a 1 207 200. We'll get the retirement in complaining checklists out to you this week. Talking about 1980, the Rubik's Cube. It wasn't invented in 1980. That's a bit of a puzzle. I never was successful in solving it, Jeff Retirement sometimes full disclosure. I hated trying to do that thing. I just I could never get close. Yeah, I'm with you Glad I wasn't alone. No, not by any stretch, I will say, retirement planning. I think we've talked about this before on the show. It's a bit of a puzzle, putting it together, right? A lot of pieces parts. But sometimes people overlook a few of those pieces, right? Especially if they're making their retirement plan to D I y project correct. Absolutely where we see a big issue. Um, we'll ask people to determine their lifestyle expense, and we have a simple one pager that makes it so easy. You can likely do this. By adding together about a dozen numbers off your bank statements. I mean, how how easy is that? So it's not challenging, but we have people that try to do with their own way and they'll come in and say, Well, this is what I spent for real estate taxes for insurance, and they'll name Wolf a half a dozen different things. I'll say OK, that's great. But we can't build the plan on that. Because what about all the other things you spend money on? And those sign asking specific questions? Oh, no, I didn't include that. No, I didn't include that. Look, I noticed you didn't put food here. I mean, come on. That's a simple thing, So our concept is pretty straightforward. Everything we do we generally do for paying bills is through a checking account. And even if you're the type that uses a credit card because you want to get points for something, whether it's airlines or what have you You pay off that credit card each month using your checkbook know whether you do it. 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"andre kind" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I think we're all glad to have this year over with soon. Um, I know you could just tell us a little more about how the logistics will work in terms of this vaccination campaign, For instance, if we're doing a million shots, what segment of the population? Do you expect that to get us up to Will it be anyone over 65 or any essential worker or where will that get us up to in the line? And is this gonna be by appointment or is it just gonna be people line up? Andre Kind of where the number is going to come from with. You know, I think you should 45,000 week at the at the gymnasium type sites that that doesn't add up to a million, so Are you gonna hold on? Hold on, Aaron, You got a lot going on there. Okay, I'll try and pull out the core of what you're saying. This is a re air. She spend radio programming from Thursday. Suffice it to say our vaccine command Central be constantly providing updates and that the specific how each center will relate to the overall number. How the different cowboys Suffice it to say you'll be hearing Maura Maura about that with each day to come. I'll turn to Dr Choksi, but I do not expect him to be able to give you the perfect chart of how all million will be done in January. Yet I also want to say at the outset, it's a voluntary effort, meaning you will decide how many people in each category depending how many people volunteer in each category, the more people come forward among healthcare workers or first responders, the faster it goes in those groups. But if you were people come forward, you move on to other groups. That's what we want to stop the ability. Keep moving to the next group. It is voluntary. I am hopeful, Erin that as people see how successful this is how safe it is how effective it is that classic word of mouth thing will happen. More more people hear from people are lies more more people want it, But we want the ability to jump ahead console into next group. So I can't tell you exactly which groups we're gonna cover, because it really depends on that uptick rate. Uh, but what I can say is I turn to Dr Johnson is the first priority remains. The folks are most vulnerable, uh, particularly in settings that have been dangerous, like nursing homes. The folks who serve us, but we need to stay safe so they can keep us safe. And then as we work through all those categories, we start out into the general community for the folks who are most vulnerable. Doctor, Toxie hears New York City's health commissioner. Sir, You said a lot of the high points. Just gonna pull out a couple tow. Elaborate on one is we're in What's called Phase one A right now, as a mayor mentioned this is primarily healthcare workers, as well as nursing home staff and residents on goes another long term care facilities. Estimate for New York City is that we actually have a million people just in those categories on so our goal of putting the one million for January is to be able to say we want everyone in that category who is eligible to get vaccinated toe actually have the ability to get vaccinated in order to do that we do have toe expand out the eligibility from where it is currently. Which focuses on hospital workers, a swell as nursing home staff and residents. We want to get to other community based health care workers, including home health workers, for example, and do that as rapidly as possible, and that's the other key point that the mayor has already emphasized. Which is for us to move quickly, as is our intent. We have to be able tol spanned the circle of eligibility swiftly as well. So that We can match up the capacity that we have with that eligibility. You know, One also turned to Deputy Mayor Melanie Hartzog, who's done just outstanding work, organizing the command Center Vaccine Command center, because one of the crucial things here is to constantly move with what's going on at the grassroots level and all of these locations they have to all be tracked. And we have to constantly make moves to reach deeper into each population. Then go on to the next. So in terms of the work of the command center and how we're structuring that Deputy Mayor why don't you jump in? Sure. And good morning, sir. Can you hear me? Yes. Okay. Just wanted to answer the question a little bit more a detail. We have existing capacity per week for about 150,000 doses. Yes through hospitals system largely. What we're going to be doing over the course of January is actually doubling that capacity growing to 300,000 by the end of January, and that includes three major components are cleaning vaccination partners. These are partners who contract we contract with. They go into 20 based organizations of the mayor talked about in our hardest hit communities. And we can scale back capacity to 100,000 per week. Then we have our own community hub. That's another 45,000 per week. Bring on board and then our testing Trace Corps That's going to bring another 4000. So that's how we get so that overall doubling of capacity. C SPAN Radio W. C S P from Washington. This one. Thank you. Go ahead and thank you. And then I also just wanted to ask about. We have a story out today about the 219 started 298. City employees who have died from the current virus, You know, just proportionately black and Latino. Um and there have been, you know a number of complaints that that that that folks didn't feel that they were well protected enough. Obviously, some of that dates back to the spring. But just wondering if there's anything more the city could be doing, especially with this second wave now underway to protect its own frontline workers..

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"andre kind" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on KTOK

"Bottom performed by participating McDonald's Leigh Matthews. Katie Okay, that come my email address. Doug Broad is a veteran music journalist and author of a new book. They just seem a little word of weird. He's talking about how kiss cheap trick Aerosmith and stars made a remade rock and roll and he's joining us now on his radio. 1000. Katie. Okay, Doug, How did they remake Rock and roll? Well. My argument in the book is that they re made rock and roll by bringing a real theatricality and flamboyant to the performance. Andre kind of jump started the You know, Jump started that theatrical nous of rock and roll. They came at a time when you know bands like Aerosmith and Black Sabbath. You know they were heavy. They were hard. They were great bands. But there was no you know there was no party on stage. They brought the party to the stage. They certainly did more than just perform and sing their songs. Exactly And you know they were the inspiration as I say in the book for two very disparate sub John Ra's of rock You had hair metal in the eighties, the Motley Crue's The Bon Jovi's the Poisons, and then you had Nirvana and Alison Chains and Sound Garden and the Melvins. I mean, these, you know, these bands were very influential for those for those bands as well. Is there any correlation between some of these kiss, Cheap trick Aerosmith and the glam rock era of the early seventies? Absolutely, you know, you look at you know it. Kiss have kiss and cheap trick, Especially they loved fans like slave sweet. This sensational Alex Harvey band. I mean, and the move and T. Rex I mean, they definitely took some some cues from those bands. Doug Broad is here. He's the author of They Seemed, They just seem a little weird trick Aerosmith and stars remade rock and roll for Kiss. Anyway, In my era, it seemed to start young. They seem to have a younger male audience long before anybody else knew what their music was about. That's that's exactly it. And that's exactly you know what? To me about them. You know, I was a big comic book for side my movie and heard On Gwen. I was 11, I guess, 11 years old. I saw them on TV and I fell in love with the way they looked before even Earth and the music to me was just icing. Don't think it was until maybe death there ballad the top 10 got toe believe it got to number one Did people realized? Hey, these guys can sing too. Yeah, That's the funny thing about kiss. You know, we all die. Hard kiss fans will take. You know, we always have to justify the band because they don't get a lot of respect. They don't get a lot of respect from You know? Ah, lot of rock fans, a lot of other musicians, which I go into in the book, and you have to defend yourself. You know when you want when you say you're a kiss fan, you shouldn't have to do that with anything but you know, They force you to. But I have to say, you know, their music has been such an inspiration to so many other artists. I interview people in the bed, you know, in the book from from current bands who say that Just this is music was so simple and so direct that it made it. It made it easy, easy for them to think they could be rock stars as well. Which I think is, you know the best inspiration you can be The name of the book is they just seem a little weird, and it's how kiss cheap trick. Aerosmith and Stars laid the foundation for hair metal in the eighties and grunge in the nineties. Cheap trick. Let's talk about them for just a minute because their approach seemed to be less on makeup and glam and Maura on outrageous instruments. I remember their lead guitarist seemingly coming out with a guitar that had as many frets on it, It's possible Yeah, that's that's the thing with cheap trick. I mean, you know you had two guys in the band who looked Like Get up. Yeah. Tom Peterson. Robin Zander. Then you had the two goofballs? Yeah, Funny, Carlos, who looked like an accountant. And then you had, you know Rick Nielsen. The guitars who just looked Like this outrageous guy covered and checkerboard spots, and he will. He always wore a baseball cap. And he always brought out these outrageous looking guitars. And he was the consummate rock showman back in the day, and he still is really Yeah, but I think he's lost the baseball cap in the Pee Wee Herman. Look. Well, he no, he still he still has the baseball. Does he know where people have 70? So you can only rock that look for so long? That's true. That's true, and I'm surprised the drummers still walking upright and breathing air as much as he smoked. 00 ask about that. When I interviewed him. He just told me he never he never. He never went through the smoke. You know, he always blew it out. Exhaled in. He didn't inhale. You're telling me Doug Broad? They just seem a little weird. Thanks for joining us. That's the name of the book. You can find it anywhere. You find books and I'm gonna continue my conversation with Doug. And also featured on the later with Leigh Matthews. Podcast, Katie. Okay, calm and the I Heart radio app. Surgeon coded numbers..

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"andre kind" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on KTOK

"They just seem a little weird. How kiss Cheap trick Aerosmith and stars remade rock and roll. He's joining me now on NewsRadio. 1000, Katie. Okay. And the drive, Doug. Welcome. So how did these groups remake Rock and roll? Well. My argument in the book is that they re made rock and roll by bringing a real theatricality and flamboyant to the performance. Andre kind of jump started the You know, Jump started that theatrical nous of rock and roll. They came at a time when you know bands like Aerosmith and Black Sabbath. You know they were heavy. They were hard. They were great bands. Right? It was no. You know, there was no party on stage. They brought the party to the stage. They certainly did more than just perform and sing their songs. Exactly And you know they were the inspiration as I say in the book for two very disparate Up genres of rock. You had hair metal in the eighties, The Motley Crue's The Bon Jovi's the Poisons. And then you had, you know, Nirvana and Alison Chains and sound Garden and the Melvins. I mean, these, you know. These bands were very influential for those for those bands as well. Is there any correlation between some of these kiss, Cheap trick Aerosmith and the glam rock era of the early seventies? Absolutely. You know, you look at you know, Kiss have kiss in cheap trick, especially they love fans like sleep sweet. Um, the sensational Alex Harvey band. I mean that and the move and T. Rex I mean, they They definitely took some some cues from those damn Doug Broad is here. He's the author of They Seemed, They just seem a little weird trick Aerosmith and stars remade rock and roll for Kiss. Anyway, In my era, it seemed to start young. They seem to have a younger male audience long before anybody else knew what their music was about. That that's exactly it. And that's exactly you know what? To me about them. You know, I was a big comic book for five my movie and heard On Gwen. I was 11, I guess, 11 years old. I saw them on TV and I fell in love with the way they looked before even Earth and the music to me was just icing. Don't think it was until maybe Beth there ballad the top 10 got toe believe it got to number one Did people realized? Hey, these guys can sing too. Yeah, That's the funny thing about kiss, you know, all die hard kiss and will take. You know we always have to justify the band because they don't get a lot of respect. They don't get a lot of respect from No. Ah, lot of rock fans, a lot of other musicians, which I go into in the book, and you have to defend yourself. You know when you want When you say you're a kiss fan, you shouldn't have to do that with anything but you know, They force you to. But I have to say, you know, their music has been such an inspiration to so many other artists. I interview people in the bed, you know, in the book from from current bands who say that Just this is music was so simple and so direct that it made it. It made it easy, easy for them to think they could be rock stars as well. Which I think is, you know the best inspiration you can be The name of the book is they just seem a little weird, and it's how kiss cheap trick. Aerosmith and Stars laid the foundation for hair metal in the eighties and grunge in the nineties. Cheap trick. Let's talk about them for just a minute because their approach seemed to be less on makeup and glam and Maura on outrageous instruments. I remember their lead guitarist seemingly coming out with a guitar that had as many frets on it, It's possible Yeah, that's that's the thing with cheap trick. I mean, you know you had two guys in the band who looked Like Get up. Yeah. Tom Peterson. Robin Zander. Then you had the two goofballs? Yeah, Funny, Carlos, who looked like an accountant. And then you had, you know Rick Nielsen. The guitars who just looked Like this outrageous guy covered and checkerboard spots, and he will. He always wore a baseball cap. And he always brought out these outrageous looking guitars. And he was the consummate rock showman back in the day, and he still is really Yeah, but I think he's lost the baseball cap in the Pee Wee Herman. Look. Well, he no, he still he still has the baseball. Does he know where people have 70? So you can only rock that look for so long? That's true. It's true, and I'm surprised the drummers still walking upright and breathing air as much as he smoked. 00 ask about that. When I interviewed him. He just told me he never he never. He never went through the smoke. You know, he always blew it out. He didn't inhale. That's the Let's bring back that old line. Why don't leave Doug Broad. I want to continue the conversation and feature it on the later with Leigh Matthews podcast which you can find absolutely free on the I heart radio app. And Katie. Okay, calm. The book is a treasure treasure. I tell you How are your treasures? No, not just your family. 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"andre kind" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"So I think this is a smart way to get people back. You know, outside of tourism, where you know that they're going to come in. They're going to respect the culture. They're gonna respect the environment, which are two things really important to Hawaiians and do some community service and help out while they're there. I think I grew the because the best the best trips have taken our when we were shown around by people who live their local people right and they bring you in that they do They lectures that bring you into their homes and their galleries and put on concerts and things like that. And and of all the states mean Hawaii certainly has. I mean, it was American colony essentially, so it's got its own distinct, distinct culture. So that sounds like a great deal. This reminds me there's this other program called remote year that I did a story on a few years. Ago that it's so cool where you work remote for a year and you travel around the world, but they set it up for you. So you're with a core group of people and every month he moved to a different country. And they make sure that you have a shared workspace that has really, really good wife. I s o designed for people who are working remotely, but it gives you the chance to live in 12 countries because you move every month. Andre Kind of get to experience the world but you don't have to quit your job and you can still have an income. I like that, too. So you can see the world without bankrupting your Why didn't we think of it? Why did it take a pandemic to think of something like this? I know I used to always be so envious of the very few and rare people that I knew who could work from anywhere, and the pandemic has shown us that Ah lot of people can work from anywhere And so unfortunately, you know, the thing that goes along with that is we can't really travel right now. But you know, places like Hawaii if they're inviting us to come For this and I assume it's OK. I mean, I'm assuming when you get there, you probably have to quarantine for a little bit as well. All you have to do is get beyond the shaming of your neighbors for taking an unnecessary trip. But what the heck eyes? I assume the Internet is Justus fast in Hawaii as it is here. They said that on the website. Yeah, it's funny, you know, you think. Oh, it's in the United States. It must be good, but I'm sure they get questions from people saying you're an island in the middle of the ocean. Something else that they have you do is sign a pledge that they wrote up which, really, you know, shows how much they care about their culture on the environment. You have to read through this document that basically talks about, you know, respecting the natives and respected but it's written in a very Very Hawaiian way on gets very endearing. They definitely want people to come and appreciate the culture. And, you know, I lived in Japan about 11 or 12 years ago. Now for a year, and I can't wait till have another time in my life where I can live abroad again because you just can't have the same experience being on vacation than you do when you live somewhere. I mean, you really get to soak up the culture. You actually can make friends. You know, when you're traveling, you might meet people here and there. But yeah, you you don't really fully learn about a place unless you live there. Aloha, Aloha. 8 53. That's time for real time traffic..

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"andre kind" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"andre kind" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Earlier. Why? Why does the city tow cars? Why is the winter parking ban in effect even when there is no snow. Not a stuff like to be found, but it's still in effect. It's been that way for years and years. My question was why What do you think is the answer, and we're awarding a retro WGN shirt to the person with the best answer. Alan Boyle may not have the best answer. Maybe he does. He's with Black Club Chicago, and he's been covering the winter parking band that went into effect December 1st every year, Colin. It's a sad reality. 232 people woke up and then they couldn't find their car this morning, right? Yeah, That's unfortunate reality that you know, we've been stricken with every year here in Chicago, the lifelong Chicago and I feel for the people here that I was interacting with this morning at the pound. Yeah, I wanna ask you about this before. I forget. I got to say congrats to you because you're with black Club Chicago. Now, as you're on staff there, and I know you've been checking in with us since you're at northwestern months ago. Andre kind of working there part time or something, but congrats on the new gig. Thank you so much. I couldn't I couldn't do without. You know, the beautiful city behind me in front of me as well? Obviously, Chicago and, yeah, I just finished up at the Indy star. Did the fellowship there and I'm so thankful to be back home in Chicago. Now serving our city full time with Block Club. Chicago's A photographer and a reporter. So yeah, it's awesome Touch going forward. Yeah, I hope so, too. You've done some great work, and your photography is amazing. I know you said. You learn from your mom and your grandma, So it's really It's just called the legacy there. But okay back to the printer parking man you've been interviewing interviewing folks overnight and It wasn't a movie, Dude, Where's my car? I seem to remember that it was what it was like. Where's my car? But that was a different situation. This is that was not the city towing them. In this case, they wake up and what did they say? You talked to him and they just said, Jeez, I forgot what that imagine. That's it. Yeah. Yeah. So I was out at the pound this morning in Humboldt Park, and I talked to a few folks there It was just a matter of you know, people are like, Oh, you know, I forgot that today as if they were looking back yesterday. They thought that they forgot that tomorrow as in today would be December. 1st like, Oh, it's Till November and people lost track of time I talked to one gentleman who just came up with a 16 hour work shift that he was pooped and then woke up six hours later without a car. And in the car had his phone charger so he didn't have a phone to work with. Talkto. Hello, Lovely woman from as water who Mister flights. You go take care of her daughter in law, who is battling ovarian cancer because she didn't have any parking on her street in Edgewater said she parked in divine last night, though. It's the unfortunate reality that we're we face every year. But you know, this really comes at a tough time. You know where everyone's just makes so much more than people even just in the past. Now that we're facing the pandemic and you know financial instability, I talked to one woman. And she said. You know, there goes a week's worth of groceries, and it really puts into perspective that you know, every year. This has always been the case. And I believe that you re reported the seventies after the big blizzard and worse, Chicagoans. We know how bad winter gets. When we barely saw a snowflake er to twinkle from the sky yesterday. People kind of dismissed. People probably dismiss the fact that Oh, yeah, There's still this Annual parking ban. Yeah, That's the thing And you you really put in perspective there. These are these are not cheap mistakes. And if you forget about it's $150 towing fee $60 ticket on top of that in the storage fees 25 bucks per day. On DSA. Oh, you were over at the pound or wherever it is where they pick him up. Is that Is that where you were stationed? Yeah. So I spoke over to Humboldt Park. It's like Sacramento 7 700 blocking with Sacramento and yet, so they were just people already cued up. You know, waiting to socially best and go into the office one at a time, that a good routine there, But again, it was a little chilly out. Karen people were shivering. Upset. Obviously, I never talked with you gentlemen who both have their work vehicles towed. So they were kind of, you know, not only out of the day or out of the morning. They're also out of a little bit of work, which The unfortunate reality that they were facing today. It's 311 you have to call, right by the way if you ever get a cartel and they tell you in the city And they all have a really apparent I was told one lady I spoke with because I have a pretty good website as well to navigate. If you're trying to find where your car is, well, that's at least good. Well, hopefully all the talk about it is going to prevent others from doing it. This just talk to police officer. He said that to 32 seems low compared to other years, but Maybe That's just because there are more spaces. Businesses are closed. There aren't as many, um there are as many people in certain certain neighborhoods, at least that taking up two spaces. I just, you know, it's still a lot of folks having to pay that. Right, Right? Yeah. Right, Colin? What? So what are you looking forward to doing? A black club Chicago Now that you're there, everything right? I mean, you're just you're incredible. Your photography is amazing. So what would I came on the radio talk about my reporting. Not about me. But I'm just I'm just I'm so excited. Be back here and helping serve our city. You know, it's Beautiful place. I spent basically all my 22 years of life here. There take a few months and you know, every day I'm learning every day. I'm living here and I'm just so excited to get back to serving. Great city and working long, incredible journalist like yourself and the block blood team. And yes, I'm I'm open for anything. My assignment. My bead is anywhere and anything in Chicago. Just anything I can help tell stories of our people. Well, you got a great attitude and I our eyes are on you because I think you're one of the rising stars and thank you for checking in,.

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"andre kind" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"I was joined in the first segment by JC Gonza, who's the marketing coordinator for the Center for Contemporary Arts. Anna Maria Nash, who is the associate director of operations. Amara is back with me, and we're also joined by Gina Rate List Server Who's an artist and an author. Welcome Gina and Welcome back camera. Thank you, Um, Gina, you were gonna be moderating a serious There's three virtual programs that's called food and feminism in the present day that is going to be happening at the C. C. A. Starting on December 2nd and it's through the 11th, but so tell us a little bit about your career as an artist and an author. Yes. So I just recently published a book called Feasting Wild, and It really looks at hunting and gathering and also the role of women in these very old traditions. Um, So I was very excited when Amara contacted me about hosting a panel about the topic more locally focused in New Mexico, right? And so you publish your book recently and you said Amazon just picked it up named it gave us Emma Amazon just chose it as one of the 20 best nonfiction books for 2020. So Yeah, but I've been I've been encouraging everyone if you want to copy the book, go to your local independent bookstore. Um, you know, they're struggling through the pandemic, too. So I know Collected works has copies. I think Garcia Street books has copies and, yeah, I ordered in the first half. We talk about the upcoming poetry reading from the Native American Anthology. The recently published and edited by our nation's poet laureate, join our Joe, who was just named for another year as the poet laureate. Book is called. When the Light of the world was subdued. Our songs came through. I got it from collected works, and it came signed by Lucy top of Hahn's. Oh, Enjoy hard, Just so I'm just gonna say that's what you get when you find from your local bookstore. You got a little surprise like that so So I signed copies of my book is a collective good, which is called Houston Wild. You 10 work, eh? So tell us about how you came to the idea to write this book. Yes. So I grew up in New Mexico. And then Santa fan born and raised and, you know, going up to the mountains to pick Pignon or go foraging for raspberries, wild raspberries, things like that was very much a part of my upbringing. On guy didn't think much about it until many years later, when I started working on this book and realized how deeply ingrained that was for me both on sort of a way that I related to nature but also in many ways on an aesthetic level of how I kind of understood art and On the relationship, too. You know the visual aspect of New Mexico so striking and so when you incorporate those foods into your life, it can really expand those boundaries. I think That's so interesting, so I'm right. Tell us a little bit about the series. There's three parts to the series, right? Starting on December 2nd. Yeah, so I'm Always coming back to food as such a crucial point of all of our lives and food systems and local impact and import of that on Ben. I actually read generates book and got super excited about wanting to plan a program with her and then just thinking about other women who were doing really incredible work in this area. So sort of expanded into this three part component series. The first one food photography with Andy Murphy will be on Instagram live December 2nd at six PM and for those of you that don't know Andy Murphy. She's a multimedia journalist and podcaster. She has the toasted sister podcast, which is all about Indigenous food and is really wonderful, and she also does speed photography. So she's going to be on the panel with Gene array, but also, um, doing this workshop. Our second workshop is called Draw and Eat, which is with Liz Brinley. That's December 8th at 12 30. It's a lunchtime thing, and Liz is of Prince and plants. She's an artist and really works a lot and the intersection of food and art. And so shall be doing that. And then the third one that generate is moderating is with Andy Murphy and Paula Garcia of the New Mexico A Steak association. And that's where the panel can really get in little deeply about all the ways that the female energy, um plays an important role historically and into the future. When it comes to Theo. That's an interesting so Gina did women play an important role in the New Mexico is thick yous. Yeah, well, we'll have to find out what policy says. I mean, they certainly do today and, um, you know, historically, women were very much involved with food production in the state. Andre Kind of, you know, it's like a lot of female artists have been overlooked. A lot of the role of women in food production has been overlooked its estimate that women produce more than half the food in the world, so we don't really think about it on a day to day level, But women are really feeding the planet. So yeah. Women are doing a lot of things. Actually, you're listening to coffee and culture here on Katie RC. I'm Jennifer B l A. I have a PR company or a Santa Fe called V Media. And I'm speaking with Amara Nash, who is the associate director of operations at the Center for Contemporary Art. And Gina Raila Sirve, who has just recently published a book feasting wild and she is going to be moderating. A serious of three different events to talk a little bit more about the well, Let's go back to the women doing a lot of things. I think it's really interesting that we do not. We haven't seen this. Somehow It's been suppressed, Repressed that women are actually farming and, you know, making food and also right now, you know, we see how much Women are doing in terms of taking care of their families. They are really the people who were having to quit their jobs on be home while kids are doing virtual schooling, and so it's very Undervalued work, So I'm hopeful that in the future in this country, things were gonna change. Um Tolo, and there will be more support for women. So the intersection of food and art I think that's really can you tell us a little bit more about how those that intersection is going to be explored in the series? Um, in the workshop with less friendly. That's really kind of where her work is seated. And so she'll be talking about that a bit as she is encouraging you to draw your food. Um, Her newsletter is always about favorite recipes and finding comfort, enjoy and food, but also expressing that creativity create creatively. And just appreciating the beauty of Nature and of, you know, patterns and food and colors and food and how I think we don't always appreciate those subtler aspect. Yes, right, right. Yeah. Go ahead, Gina. Yeah, no. I mean, I think we all eat with our eyes, whether we realize it or not, That's sort of the first sensory experience that we have of a meal. Um, you know, and I think we've all sort of become food artists over the last eight months or so, as we've become so much more used to cooking at home and trying to find ways to excite ourselves with the same meals. Every every day. So you know, I think, in some ways, food and eating is the first art form that humans have ever really been involved in. And so it's an interesting moment to kind of Renew our relationship with that. That's so interesting. So, Gina Ray, what do you do in terms of your terms of growing and you know what is your lifestyle like in terms of how you collect food? Yeah. So my sister is a huge Gardner and she lives next door. So I was very lucky this summer to have you know she sometimes, like, toss produce over the fence at me. Um, And so that's that's been wonderful..

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"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm Alex Swirly. Welcome to business rock stars. Now let's go to mark lack. So you're starting a business? Where is the best talent hiding? Joining us to answer That question is Nancy Soni? She is the founder and CEO of Build Nancy. It's a pleasure to have you with us. Thanks to be here. So what's the short answer to that? The best home is hiding actually where you're getting your current employees used work. So what I mean is when you're recruiting in building your business usually should be actually tapping into your current employees to figure out the best people that they previously worked with. When I first heard my business, I wish I would have spent more time thinking this through. Andre Kind of learned that you spend so many hours of your day with the people that you're working with that really have to like, love them And so often, people that love each other tend to still stay in contact after they leave, and so Really thinking through most of my business now are most. My company now is actually all through referrals on DSO. Really, When you're trying to hire it's time to tap into the people that already worked there. I didn't know And don't ask, who do you know it's okay? We're trying to fill this role. So when you worked at excising company who's the best person at this who's best person at this? Usually people have more. Kind of appropriate answers when you actually ask a really direct question. So do you do that on the phone? You'd own social media posts like I see you all the time that post on social media and I say, Hey, we're looking for this role They get very clear on their post. This is exactly the type of person we're looking for. Look here is the person we're looking for was the best way to do this in person on social media, like, probably get some responses. Truthfully, inequality won't I mean, if you're if you're the CEO or CEO of a company and you need to hire a digital marketing person, it's talking to the engineers and saying, Hey, you know when you worked at this company who was the best person Can you make an intro? What else? You got? 17 years in the recruiting space, So you probably know as many of the tactics, tricks and tips better out there, and most of them think most of the best people in the industry are tend to be working. And so truthfully when you think through the Yes, people for your business. What is that? Because it's It's going to be different for different companies and different for different rules. And so you have to think through before you actually start your outreach. I think the thing that I deal with more often is entrepreneurs. We just say, I need a director of marketing. Or I need a director of engineering here. Here's a laundry list of skills. Then there's not not much into it. The beauty is that we do actually have linked in so I can see who they've hired them past. You kind of formulate some kind of thought Brussels on that, But really, it's the questions that I ask right after which are okay. Great. Well, what is the team was like, What does it need? Why do you need this? And what is this person? What is this person really going to deal with in the first 3 to 6 months? And then was it looked like after that once they actually 16 it So those are all great questions in my question for you. In that context is how does somebody know when the right time to actually either hire a recruiting company like yourself? Or when did they know the right time to allocate the funds to hire a new person? Because when you're starting a business You and I both bootstrapped our businesses When starting out. We know that allocating every dollar every penny can really make a big difference and either hindering our growth or exponentially maximizing our growth early on. So allocating a 40 50 $7100 employee. He can be very expensive. How does somebody know when the right time to do that is Sitting as an entrepreneur. It's when you are no one else in your company. I can actually handle that. And it's something that will negatively impact your business from a revenue perspective. If you don't get that, taking that rule filled within the next three days, I'm really struggling on financials because I've got so many different skews and somebody from purchase orders in so many different things coming in my business that My my full time job, which wouldn't be my full time job is looking at the numbers. I said that the time for me to hire that because it's pulling me out of my expertise, which may be a sales exactly exactly so and then it's also when you're early stage and bootstrapped. You don't necessarily have to hire an employee. There's a lot of ways to actually bring on talent way use consultants quite often for certain areas in the business of them on a task basis for full time either task basis or we, you know, our CFO is a consultant, and she works with multiple other client. Yes, And she's amazing and actually almost better than a full time employee because she's able to take some of the things that hurt. Other clients are dealing with Andi actually applying it to our business. I love that because that's actually right there. He distinction you just pointed out, and that is sometimes it's better to have people in house. Sometimes it's better to hire A list talent that maybe would cost you a quarter million or half a million dollars in salary, But you hired them on a need to go. Basically, we've realized a quarter of her time 10th of her time. Where s so It doesn't make sense for us to have a full time person, and she was actually a referral, so you have to reach out to your network. It's leveraging your network understanding what that network would bring and then putting it out there. So let's say that somebody doesn't have a network because there's somebody right there going, But I don't have the network. Thanks, Nancy. But I don't have Where do they start? Lincoln Lincoln is a great and just start just typing. In what people? You know what you need to find out exactly. You upgrade to the premium level. Harlington. I mean, Clinton is great partner and so sure that the right answer would probably be yes, to go ahead and upgrade some religions listening to fancy, you know, but I think that you leveraged and D searches and ask for ways to Necked with people and no excuses there out there lengthens the perfect platform. Absolutely me Now it is. There's everything is at your fingertips. You just actually have to know when to tight onto Google. Now these people are making the excuse is that they don't have the resource is but at the end of the day I think that it's easier not to become an entrepreneur started business that has ever been, and there's more resource is out there the more cost effective place than they've ever been. And on top of that, I think at the end of the day what separates most entrepreneurs that are successful early on from others. Is their resourcefulness. Would you agree that I would say that the one thing that I would Absolutely say is scrappiness or resourcefulness. It's understanding. What do you have to work with? And how do you make it work? I would tell most startups start not to work with my firm until they're able to actually aren't with a certain amount of cash and it doesn't hurt. Has truthfully, they should be utilizing that money. If it does hurt, then she probably realize that money for other things, Okay, so at the end of day, separate entrepreneurs is their ability to be resourceful rather than their resource is founder and CEO of filled Nancy. Sony is our guest. Right now we're here to inspire and form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. I'm mark lack on business rock stars. So resourcefulness is something that I think all entrepreneurs should be capitalizing moron..

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"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Destination on the planet. I'm Alex Swirly. Welcome to business rock stars. Now let's go to mark Black. So you're starting a business? Where is the best talent hiding? Joining us to answer That question is Nancy Soni? She is the founder and CEO of Build Nancy. It's a pleasure to have you with us. Thanks to be here. So what's the short answer to that? The best home is hiding actually where you're getting your current employees East work. So what I mean is when you're recruiting in building your business, you usually should be actually tapping into your current employees to figure out the best people that they previously worked with, Um When I first heard my business, I wish I would have spent more time thinking this through. Andre Kind of learned that you spend so many hours of your day with the people that you're working with that really have to like, love them And so often, people that love each other tend to still stay in contact after they leave, and so Really thinking through most of my business now are most. My company now is actually all through referrals on DSO. Really, When you're trying to hire it's kind of tap into the people that already worked there. Did they know And don't ask. Who do you know it's okay? We're trying to fill this role. So when you worked at Excellency company who's the best person at this who's best person at this? Usually people have more. Kind of appropriate answers when you actually asked really direct question. So do you do that on the phone? You'd own social media posts like I see you all the time that post on social media that say, Hey, we're looking for this role They get very clear on their post. This is exactly the type of person we're looking for. Look here is the person we're looking for was the best way to do this in person on social media, like probably get some responses. Truthfully it the quality won't be. I mean, if you're if you're the CEO or CEO of a company and you need to hire a digital marketing person, it's talking to the engineers and saying, Hey, you know, when you worked at this company who was the best person Can you make an intro? What else? You got? 17 years in the recruiting space, So you probably know as many of the tactics, tricks and tips better out there and most of them. I think most of the best people in the industry are tend to be working. And so truthfully when you think through the Yes, people for your business. What is that? Because it's It's going to be different for different companies and different for different rules. And so you have to think through before you actually start your outreach. I think the thing that I deal with more often is entrepreneurs who just say I need a director of marketing. Or I need a director of engineering here. Here's a laundry list of skills. Then there's not not much into it. The beauty is that we do actually have linked in so I can see who they've hired in the past, and you kind of formulate some kind of thought process on that, But really, it's the questions that I ask right after which are okay. Great. Well, what is the team was like, What does it need? Why do you need this? And what is this person? What is this person really going to deal with in the first 3 to 6 months, And then was it looked like after that once they actually succeeded. So those are all great questions in my question for you in that context is How does somebody know when the right time to actually either hire a recruiting company like yourself? Or when did they know the right time to allocate the funds to hiring a new person? Because when you're starting a business You and I have both bootstrapped our businesses When starting out. We know that allocating every dollar every penny can really make a big difference and either hindering our growth or exponentially maximizing our growth early on. So allocating a 40 50 $7100 employee. He can be very expensive. How does somebody know when the right time to do that is Sitting as an entrepreneur. It's when you are no one else in your company. I can actually handle that. And it's something that will negatively impact your business from a revenue perspective. If you don't get that, taking that rule filled within the next three days, if I'm really struggling on financials, because I've got so many different skews and somebody didn't purchase orders in so many different things coming in my business that My my full time job, which wouldn't be my full time job is looking at the numbers. I should that the time for me to hire that, because it's pulling me out of my expertise, which sails exactly exactly So and then it's also when you're early stage and bootstrapped. You don't necessarily have to hire an employee. There's a lot of ways to actually bring on talent way use consultants quite often for certain areas in the business of them on a task basis for full time either task basis or we, you know, our CFO is a consultant, and she works with multiple other client. Hanson. She's amazing and actually almost better than a full time employee because she's able to take from some of the things that hurt. Other clients are dealing with Andi actually applying it to our business. I love that because that's actually right there. He distinction you just pointed out, and that is sometimes it's better to have people in house sometimes better to hire. A list talent that maybe would cost you a quarter million or half a million dollars in salary, But you hired them on a need to go basically utilize a quarter of her time and her time. Where s so It doesn't make sense for us to have a full time person, and she was actually a referral, so you have to reach out to your network. It's leveraging your network understand what that network could bring and then putting it out there. So let's say that somebody doesn't have a network because there's somebody right there going, But I don't have the network. Thanks, Nancy. But I don't Where do they start?.

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"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The planet. I'm Alex Swirly. Welcome to business rock stars. Now let's go to mark Black. So you're starting a business? Where is the best talent hiding? Joining us to answer That question is Nancy Soni? She is the founder and CEO of Build Nancy. It's a pleasure to have you with us. Thanks, Mark. It's good to be here. So what's the short answer to that? The best home is hiding actually where you're your current employees used work. So what I mean is when you're recruiting in building your business usually should be actually tapping into your current employees to figure out the best people that they previously worked with. When I first started my business, I wish I would have spent more time thinking this through. Andre Kind of learned that lets me spend so many hours in the day with the people that you're working with that really have to like, love them And so often, the people that love each other tend to still stay in contact after they leave, and so Really thinking through most of my business now are most. My company now is actually all through referrals on DSO. Really, when you're trying to hire it's tap into the people that already worked there don't know And don't ask. Hey, Who do you know It's okay? We're trying to fill this role. So when you worked at Excellency company who's the best person at this who's best person at this? Usually people have more. Kind of appropriate answers when you actually asked really direct question. So do you do that on the phone? You'd own social media posts like I see you all the time that post on social media that say, Hey, we're looking for this role They get very clear on their post. This is exactly the type of person we're looking for. Look here is the person we're looking for was the best way to do this in person. But on social media like, probably get some responses. Truthfully, the quality won't be. I mean, if you're if you're the CEO or CEO of a company and you need to hire a digital marketing person, it's talking to the engineers and saying, Hey, you know when you worked at this company who was the best person Can you make an intro? What else? You got? 17 years in the recruiting space, So you probably know as many of the tactics and tricks and tips better out there. And most of that. I think most of the best people in the industry are tend to be working. And so truthfully when you think through the Best people for your business. What is that? Because it's It's going to be different for different companies and different for different rules. And so you have to think through before you actually start your outreach. I think the thing that I deal with more often is entrepreneurs. We just say, I need a director of marketing. Or I need a director of engineering here. Here's a laundry list of skills. Then there's not not much into it. The beauty is that we do actually have linked in so I can see who they've hired them past. You kind of formulate some kind of thought process on that, But really, it's the questions that I ask right after which are okay. Great. Well, what is the team was like, What does it need? Why do you need this? And what is this person? What is this person really going to deal with in the first 3 to 6 months? And then was it looked like after that once they actually 16 it So those are all great questions in my question for you. In that context is how does somebody know when the right timeto actually either hire a recruiting company like yourself? Or when did they know the right time to allocate the funds to hire a new person? Because when you're starting a business And you and I both bootstrapped our businesses When starting out. We know that allocating every dollar every penny can really make a big difference and either hindering our growth or exponentially maximizing our growth early on. So allocating a 40 50 $7100 employee. He can be very expensive. How does somebody know when the right time to do that is Sitting as an entrepreneur. It's when you are no one else in your company. I can actually handle that. And it's something that will negatively impact your business from a revenue perspective. If you don't get that, taking that rule filled within the next three days, I'm really struggling on financials because I've got so many different hues and somebody didn't purchase orders and so many different things coming in my business that My my full time job, which wouldn't be my full time job is looking at the numbers. I should. That's a time for me to hire that, because it's pulling me out of my expertise, which may be a sales exactly exactly so and then it's also when you're early stage and bootstrapped. You don't necessarily have to hire an employee. There's a lot of ways to actually bring on talent, way used consultants quite often for certain areas in the business of them on a task basis for full time either task basis or we, you know, our CFO is a consultant, and she works with multiple other client. Yes, And she's amazing and actually almost better than a full time employee because she's able to take from some of the things that hurt. Other clients are dealing with Andi actually applying it to our business. I love that because that's actually write their distinction. You just pointed out, and that is sometimes it's better to have people in house and sometimes it's better to hire A list talent maybe would cost you a quarter million or half a million dollars in salary, But you hired them on a need to go basically realized a quarter of her time 10th of her time. Where s so It doesn't make sense for us to have a full time person, and she was actually a referral, so you have to reach out to your network. It's leveraging your network understanding what that network would bring and then putting it out there. So let's say that somebody doesn't have a network because there's somebody right there going, But I don't have the network. Thanks, Nancy. But I don't know. Where do they start? Lincoln Lincoln.

founder and CEO Nancy Soni mark Black CEO Alex Swirly Andre Kind Lincoln Lincoln consultant director of marketing director of engineering s Andi CFO
"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm Alex Swirly. Welcome to business rock stars. Now let's go to mark lack. So you're starting a business? Where is the best talent hiding? Joining us to answer That question is Nancy Soni? She is the founder and CEO of Build Nancy. It's a pleasure to have you with us. Thanks, Mark. It's good to be here. So what's the short answer to that? The best home is hiding actually where you're getting your current employees East work. So what I mean is when you're recruiting in building your business usually should be actually tapping into your current employees to figure out the best people that they previously worked with. When I first started my business, I wish I would have spent more time thinking this through. Andre Kind of learned that you spend so many hours of your day with the people that you're working with that really have to like, love them And so often, people that love each other tend to still stay in contact after they leave, and so Really thinking through most of my business now are most. My company now is actually all through referrals on DSO, really, when you're trying to hire its top into the people that already worked there Did they know And don't ask. Who do you know it's okay? We're trying to fill this role. So when you worked at Excellency company who's the best person at this who's best person at this? Usually people have more. Kind of appropriate answers when you actually asked really direct question. So do you do that on the phone? You'd own social media posts like this all the time that post on social media that say, Hey, we're looking for this role They get very clear on their post. This is exactly the type of person we're looking for. Look here is the person we're looking for was the best way to do this in person on social media, like, probably get some responses. Truthfully, the quality won't be. I mean, if you're if you're the CEO or CEO of a company and you need to hire a digital marketing person talking to the engineers and saying, Hey, you know when you worked at this company who was the best person You make an intro. What else? You got? 17 years in the recruiting space, So you probably know as many of the tactics and tricks and tip better out there. And most of that. I think most of the best people in the industry are tend to be working. And so truthfully when you think through the Yes, people for your business. What is that? Because it's It's going to be different for different companies and different for different rules. And so you have to think through before you actually start your outreach. I think the thing that I deal with more often is entrepreneurs who just say I need a director of marketing. Or I need a director of engineering here. There's a laundry list of skills. Then there's not not much into it. The beauty is that we do actually have linked in so I can see who they've hired them past. You kind of formulate some kind of thought process on that, But really, it's the questions that I ask right after which are okay. Great. Well, what is the team look like? What does it need? Why do you need this? And what is this person? What is this person really going to deal with in the first 3 to 6 months, And then was it looked like after that once they actually 16 it So those are all great questions on my question For you in that context is How does somebody know when the right time to actually either hire a recruiting company like yourself or when do they know? Right time to allocate the funds to hiring a new person. Because when you're starting a business and you and I both bootstrapped, our business has one starting out. We know that allocating every dollar every penny can really make a big difference and any they're hindering our growth. Or exponentially maximizing our growth early on, so allocating a 40 50 60 100,000 are employees can be very expensive. How does somebody know when the right time to do that is Something as an entrepreneur. It's when you are no one else in your company. I can actually handle that. And it's something that will negatively impact your business from a revenue perspective. If you don't get that, taking that roll filled within the next three days, I'm really struggling on financials because I've got so many different skews and somebody didn't purchase orders in so many different things coming in my business that My my full time job, which wouldn't be my full time job is looking at the numbers. I should. That's a time for me to hire that, because it's pulling me out of my expertise, which may be a sales exactly exactly so and then it's also when you're early stage and bootstrapped. You don't necessarily have to hire an employee. There's a lot of ways to actually bring on talent, way used consultants quite often for certain areas in the business to hire them on a task basis for full time either task basis or we, you know, our CFO is a consultant, and she works with multiple other client. Hanson. She's amazing and actually almost better than a full time employee because she's able to take some of the things that hurt. Other clients are dealing with Andi actually applying it to our business. I love that because that's actually right there. He distinction you just pointed out, and that is sometimes it's better to have people in house. Sometimes it's better to hire A list talent that maybe would cost you a quarter million or half a million dollars in salary, But you hired them on a need to go basically utilize a quarter of her time and her time. Where s so It doesn't make sense for us to have a full time person, and she was actually a referral, so you have to reach out to your network. It's leveraging your network understanding what that network could bring and then putting it out there. So let's say that somebody doesn't have a network because there's somebody right there going, But I don't have the network. Thanks, Nancy. But I don't Where did they start?.

founder and CEO Nancy Soni CEO Alex Swirly Andre Kind Mark consultant director of marketing Andi director of engineering s Hanson CFO
"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To business Rock stars. Now let's go to mark lack. So you're starting a business? Where is the best talent hiding? Joining us to answer? That question is Nancy Soni? She is the founder and CEO of Build Nancy. It's a pleasure to have you with us. Thanks to be here. So what's the short answer to that? The best home is hiding actually where you're getting your current employees East work. So what I mean is when you're recruiting in building your business usually should be actually tapping into your current employees to figure out the best people that they previously worked with. When I first started my business, I wish I would have spent more time thinking this through. Andre Kind of learned that you spend so many hours of your day with the people that you're working with that really have to like, love them And so often, people that love each other tend to still stay in contact after they leave, and so Really thinking through most of my business now are most. My company now is actually all through referrals on DSO, really, when you're trying to hire its top into the people that already worked there Did they know And don't ask. Who do you know it's okay? We're trying to fill this role. So when you worked at a company who's the best person at this who's best person at this? Usually people have more. Appropriate answers when you actually asked really direct. So do you do that on the phone? You'd own social media posts like I see people all the time that post on social media that say, Hey, we're looking for this role They get very clear on their post. This's exactly type of person we're looking for. Look here is the person we're looking for was the best way to do this in person on social media, like, probably get some responses. Truthfully, the quality won't be. I mean, if you're if you're the CEO or CEO of a company and you need to hire a digital marketing person is talking to the engineers and saying, Hey, you know, when you worked at this company who is the best person Can you make an intro? What else? You got 17 years in the recruiting space, So you probably know as many of the tactics and tricks and tips better out there. And most of that. I think most of the best people in the industry are tend to be working. And so truthfully when you think through the best people for your business, what is that, Because it's it's going to be different for different companies and different for different rules. And so you have to think through before you actually start your outreach. I think the thing that I deal with more often is entrepreneurs. We just say, I need a director of marketing. I need a director of engineering here. There's a laundry list of skills, but then there's not not much into it. The beauty is that we do actually have linked in so I can see who they've hired in the past, and you kind of formulate some kind of thought process on that. But really, it's the questions that I ask right after which are okay. Great. Well, what's the team look like? What is that need? Why do you need this? And what is this person? What is this person really going to deal with in the 1st 3 to 6 months, And then was it looked like after that once they actually succeeded. So those are all great questions in my question for you in that context is how does somebody know when the right time to actually either hire a recruiting company like yourself? Or when did they know the right time to allocate the funds to hire a new person when you're starting a business? And you and I both bootstrapped our businesses When starting out. We know that allocating every dollar every penny can really make a big difference and either hindering our growth or exponentially maximizing our growth early on. So allocating a 40 50 $7100 employee. He can be very expensive. How does somebody know when the right time to do that is Sitting as an entrepreneur. It's when you are no one else in your company. I can actually handle that. And it's something that will negatively impact your business from a revenue perspective. If you don't get that, taking that rule films within the next three days, I'm really struggling on financials because I've got so many different hues and somebody didn't purchase orders and so many different things coming in my business that my my full time job, which would be my full time job is looking at the numbers. I should. That's a time for me to hire that, because it's pulling me out of my expertise, which may be a sales exactly exactly. So and then it's also when you're early stage and bootstrapped. You don't necessarily have to hire an employee. There's a lot of ways to actually bring on talent way use consultants quite often for certain areas in the business of them on a task basis, first full time either task basis or we are CFO is a consultant and she works with multiple other clients, and she's amazing and Actually, it was better than a full time employee because she's able to take some of the things that hurt. Other clients are dealing with Andi actually applying it to our business. I love that because that's actually right there. He distinction you just pointed out, and that is sometimes it's better to have people in house sometimes better to hire. A list talent maybe would cost you 1/4 1,000,000 or half a $1,000,000 in salary, but you hired them on a need to go basically utilize 1/4 of her time 10th of her time. Where s so It doesn't make sense for us to have a full time person, and she was actually a referral, so you have to reach out to your network. It's leveraging your network understanding what that network could bring and then putting it out there. So let's say that somebody doesn't have a network because there's somebody right there going, But I don't have the network. Thanks, Nancy. But I don't have the power. Where did they start? Lincoln Lincoln is a great and just start just typing. In what people? You know what you need to find out exactly. You upgrade to the premium love linked in. I mean, slink is great partner and so sure that the right answer would probably be yes to go ahead and upgrade some religions listening to fancy, you know, but I think that leverage and D searches and ask for ways to Necked with people and no excuses there out there. Lincoln's perfect platform. Absolutely me Now it is. There's everything at your fingertips. You just actually have to know what too tight into Google. Now these people are making the excuse is that they don't have the resource is but at the inn of the day I think that it's easier not to become an entrepreneur and started business than it's ever been. And there's more resource is out there the more cost effective place than they've ever been, And on top of that, I think at the end of the day what separates most entrepreneurs that are successful early on from others. Is their resourcefulness. Would you agree? I would say that the one thing that I would Absolutely say is scrappiness or resourcefulness. It's understanding. What do you have to work with? And how do you make it work? I would sell most start ups that not to work with my firm until they're able to actually art with a certain amount of cash, and it doesn't hurt. Because truthfully, they should be utilizing that money. If it does hurt, then they should probably realize that money for other things, Okay, so at the end of the day, what separates entrepreneurs is their ability to be resourceful. Rather than their resource is founder and CEO of Build. Nancy. Sony is our guest. Right now we're here to inspire, inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs. I'm mark lack on business rock stars. So resourcefulness is something that I think all entrepreneurs should be capitalizing moron..

founder and CEO Nancy Soni Lincoln Lincoln CEO Andre Kind director of marketing director of engineering Google Sony Andi partner s CFO consultant
"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Alex Swirly. Welcome to business rock stars. Now let's go to mark lack. So you're starting a business? Where is the best talent hiding? Joining us to answer That question is Nancy Soni? She is the founder and CEO of Build Nancy. It's a pleasure to have you with us. Thanks. It's good to be here. So what's the short answer to that? The best home is hiding actually where you're getting your current employees used work. So what I mean is when you're recruiting in building your business usually should be actually tapping into your current employees to figure out the best people that they previously worked with. When I first started my business, I wish I would have spent more time thinking this through. Andre Kind of learned that you spend so many hours in your day with the people that you're working with that I really have to like love them and so often, people that love each other tend to still say in contact after they leave, and so really thinking through most of my business now are most. My company now is actually all through referrals on DSO. Really, When you're trying to hire it's what happened to the people that already worked there. Did they know And don't ask. Who do you know it's okay? We're trying to fill this role. So when you worked at excising company who's the best person at this who's best person at this? Usually people have more. Kind of appropriate answers when you actually asked really direct question. So do you do that on the phone? You'd own social media posts like I see people all the time that post on social media that say, Hey, we're looking for this role They get very clear on their post. This is exactly the type of person we're looking for. Look here is the person we're looking for was the best way to do this in person to put it on social media, like, probably get some responses truthfully at the quality won't be. I mean, if you're if you're the CEO or CEO of a company and you need to hire a digital marketing person, it's talking to the engineers and saying, Hey, you know when he worked at this company who was the best person You make an intro. What else? You got 17 years in the recruiting space, So you probably know as many of the tactics and tricks and tips better out there and the most. I think most of the best people in the industry are tend to be working. And so truthfully when you think through the Yes, people for your business. What is that? Because it's It's going to be different for different companies and different for different rules. And so you have to think through before you actually start your outreach. I think The thing that I deal with more often is entrepreneurs who just say, I need a director of marketing. I need a director of engineering here. There's a laundry list of skills, but then there's not not much into it. The beauty is that we do actually have linked in so I can see who they've hired in the past. You kind of formulate some kind of thought process on that. But really, it's the questions that I ask right after which are okay. Great. Well, what's the team look like? What does it need? Why do you need this? And what is this person? What is this person really going to deal with in the 1st 3 to 6 months. And then was it looked like after that once they actually seen it. So those are all great questions in my question for you in that context is How does somebody know when the right time to actually either hire a recruiting company like yourself? Or when did they know the right time to allocate the funds to hiring a new person? Because when you're starting a business You and I have both bootstrapped our businesses When starting out. We know that allocating every dollar every penny can really make a big difference and either hindering our growth or exponentially maximizing our growth early on. So, allocating a 40 50 $7100 employee. He can be very expensive. How does somebody know when the right time to do that is as an entrepreneur? It's when you are no one else in your company. I can actually handle that. And it's something that will negatively impact your business from a revenue perspective. If you don't get that, taking that rule filled within the next three days, So I'm really struggling on financials because I've got so many different hues and somebody purchase orders in so many different things coming in my business that My my full time job, which wouldn't be my full time job is looking at the numbers. I should. That's a time for me to hire that, because it's pulling me out of my expertise, which maybe stay. Lt's exactly exactly so and then it's also when you're early stage and bootstrapped. You don't necessarily have to hire an employee. There's a lot of ways to actually bring on talent, way used consultants quite often for certain areas in the business of them on a task basis for full time either task basis or we, your CFO is a consultant, and she works with multiple other client. Benson. She's amazing and actually almost better than a full time employee because she's able to take from some of the things that hurt. Other clients are dealing with Andi actually applying it to our business. I love that because that's actually write their distinction. You just pointed out, and that is sometimes it's better to have people in house. Sometimes it's better to hire A list talent that maybe would cost you 1/4 1,000,000 or half a $1,000,000 in salary, But you hired them on a need to go. Basically, we've realized 1/4 of her time 10th of her time. Where s so It doesn't make sense for us to have a full time person, and she was actually a referral, so you have to reach out to her network. It's leveraging your network understanding what that network could bring and then putting it out there. So let's say that somebody doesn't have a network because there's somebody right there going, But I don't have the network. Thanks, Nancy. But I don't Where did they start?.

Nancy Soni founder and CEO CEO Alex Swirly Andre Kind excising company consultant director of marketing director of engineering s Lt Andi Benson CFO
"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"andre kind" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Alex Swirly. Welcome to business rock stars. Now let's go to mark lack. So you're starting a business? Where is the best talent hiding? Joining us to answer That question is Nancy Soni? She is the founder and CEO of Build Nancy. It's a pleasure to have you with us. Thanks. It's good to be here. So what's the short answer to that? The best home is hiding actually where you're getting your current employees East work. So what I mean is when you're recruiting in building your business usually should be actually tapping into your current employees to figure out the best people that they previously worked with. When I first started my business, I wish I would have spent more time thinking this through. Andre Kind of learned that lets you spend so many hours of your day with the people that you're working with that really have to like, love them And so often, people that love each other tend to still stay in contact after they leave, and so really thinking through most of my business now are most. My company now is actually all through referrals. On DSO. Really, when you're trying to hire it's going to happen to the people that already worked there. Don't know And don't ask. Who do you know it's okay? We're trying to fill this role. So when you worked at Excellency company who's the best person at this? Who's best person at this? Usually people have more. Kind of appropriate answers when you actually ask a really direct question. So do you do that on the phone? You'd own social media posts like this all the time that post on social media that say, Hey, we're looking for this role They get very clear on their post. This is exactly the type of person we're looking for. Look here. There's a lot of the person we're looking for. What's the best way to do this in person on social media, like, probably get some responses. Truthfully, it's quality won't but I mean, if you're if you're the CEO or CEO of a company and you need to hire a digital marketing person is talking to the engineers and saying, Hey, you know, when he worked at this company who was the best person Can you make an entrance? What else? You got 17 years in the recruiting space, So you probably know as many of the tactics tricks and tip better out there and most of them. I think most of the best people in the industry are tend to be working. And so truthfully when you think through the Yes, people for your business. What is that? Because it's It's going to be different for different companies and different for different rules. And so you have to think through before you actually start your outreach. I think the thing that I deal with more often is entrepreneurs. We just say, I need a director of marketing. I need a director of engineering here. There's a laundry list of skills. Then there's not not much into it. The beauty is that we do actually have linked in so I can see who they've hired them past. You kind of formulate some kind of thought process on that, But really, it's the questions that I ask right after which are okay. Great. Well, what is the team was like, What does it need? Why do you need this? And what is this person? What is this person really going to deal with in the 1st 3 to 6 months. And then was it looked like after that once they actually seen it. So those are all great questions on my question for you. In that context is how does somebody know when the right time to actually either hire a recruiting company like yourself? Or when did they know the right time to allocate the funds to hire a new person? Because when you're starting a business You and I both bootstrapped our businesses When starting out. We know that allocating every dollar every penny can really make a big difference and either hindering our growth or exponentially maximizing our growth early on. So allocating a 40 50 $7100 employee. He can be very expensive. How does somebody know when the right time to do that is Sitting as an entrepreneur. It's when you or no one else in your company. I can actually handle that. And it's something that will negatively impact your business from a revenue perspective. If you don't get that, taking that rule filled within the next three days, So I'm really struggling on financials because I've got so many different skews and somebody didn't purchase orders in so many different things coming in my business that My my full time job, which would be my full time job is looking at the numbers and that the time for me to hire that because it's pulling me out of my expertise, which may be a sales exactly exactly so and then it's also when you're early stage and bootstrapped. You don't necessarily have to hire an employee. There's a lot of ways to actually bring on talent, way used consultants quite often for certain areas in the business of them on a task basis for full time either task basis or we, you know, our CFO is a consultant, and she works with multiple other client. Yes, And she's amazing and actually almost better than a full time employee because she's able to take some of the things that hurt. Other clients are dealing with Andi actually applying it to our business. I love that because that's actually write their distinction. You just pointed out, and that is sometimes it's better to have people in house and sometimes better to hire a list talent that maybe would cost you 1/4 1,000,000 or half a $1,000,000 in salary. You hired them on a need to go. Basically, we probably realized 1/4 of her time and her time. Where s so It doesn't make sense for us to have a full time person. And she was actually a referral, so you have to reach out to her network. It's leveraging your network understanding what that network would bring and then putting it out there. So let's say that somebody doesn't have a network because there's somebody right there going, But I don't have the network. Thanks, Nancy. But I don't Where do they start? Lincoln Lincoln is a great and just start just typing. In what people what you needed to see me and find out exactly is to upgrade to the premium level on linked in. I mean, Clinton is great partner and so sure that the right answer would probably be yes to go ahead and great. Someone is listening to fancy, you know, but I think that you leveraged and D searches and ask for ways to Necked with people and no excuses there out there lengthens the perfect platform. Absolutely me Now it is. There's everything is at your fingertips. You just actually have to know what too tight into Google. Now these people are making the excuse is that they don't have the resource is but at the end of the day I think that it's easier not to become an entrepreneur started business than it's ever been, And there's more resource is out there the more cost effective place than they've ever been. And on top of that, I think at the end of the day what separates most entrepreneurs that are successful early on from others. Is their resourcefulness. Would you agree that I would say that the one thing that I would Absolutely stay is scrappiness or resourcefulness. It's understanding. What do you have to work with? And how do you make it work? I would tell most startups start not to work with my firm until they're able to actually hurt with a certain amount of cash and it doesn't hurt. Has truthfully, they should be utilizing that money. If it does hurt, then she probably realize that money for other things, Okay, so at the end of day, what separates entrepreneurs is their ability to be resourceful rather than their resource is founder and CEO of filled Nancy. Sony is our guest. Right now we're here to inspire and form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. I'm mark lack on business rock stars. So resourcefulness is something that I think all entrepreneurs should be capitalizing moron..

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NBA Finals 2019: With all the adversity the Warriors have faced, a title over the Raptors could be their biggest yet

KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen

09:22 min | 3 years ago

NBA Finals 2019: With all the adversity the Warriors have faced, a title over the Raptors could be their biggest yet

"Every series or every championship has its own stories and how great would it be for given all of the adversity the wears you're having to deal with right now that if they can come through this thing and they can win this. I mean what an what an all time or, you know, I mean I keep telling like saying to my dad and other people like warriors are missing the best player in the world arguably. And I mean, the fact is, is that, you know, listen, you gotta cheat your cap, Toronto's healthy and the thing that impresses me about Toronto, Toronto, moves the basketball and dig find the open guy, but dollars just a wounded a wounded animal right now and they played their guts out tonight. The bench players look like bench players. You know, I mean for his as hard as they try, they're, they're just there's not a premium bench player that comes off the bench that can light up the scoreboard for the warriors, and they haven't had one of those in a couple of years. But listen, if they can get Klay back, and they can go ahead and write the ship. I believe that they can come out and win game two because let's face it. I mean they didn't play other than curry didn't play tonight. And if they could write the ship, and then they can go ahead and get Tron to maybe start missing some shots and a few things like that. Only believe the series to go seven but, you know, let's not give up the fate. You know, we're watching a great team. And they're said versity right now. So, but I agree real quick. And I know I gotta go, but, you know this expecting you can't expect anything all. Yeah. Here thing. Oh, no. Can't expect it at all. Winemaker great stuff. Thanks so much. And I, you know, says something really important there about Toronto, the, the good, right? And I and what I mean by that is like they are like the warriors in that you watch them. And you go okay you're playing basketball, the right way. This is not the Houston Rockets that just make you want to gouge your eyes out when you're watching them. There's, there's something about the Rouch was real like, okay. I mean they're planning on both sides of the ball. They're playing team basketball. They're good man. They, they are difficult. There's no question, then the other thing that just pops to mind, there is. I think there's something on fair with the way people talk about teams in the wake of major injury, though. Look at it, and they'll go, oh, it's Steph K D go down. We saw Stephan clay and Draymond. Okay. But understand you have to suddenly. On the fly in the playoffs adjust everything you've been doing all year long. All you just go back to the way you were playing three years ago. That's not that easy. So to do that on the fly at the warriors, for the most part done. It successfully is no small thing. All right. Those of you on hold stay right there, because we'll come back to you, but I want to jump on and get kurtenbach in here bay area news group who is live over to oracle after the game. Great to have you. Thanks for making the time. What, what, what were your main takeaways tonight? The warriors didn't have enough dudes. They talk to simple as that I it Steph curry could do it. Step in curry did. And it just doesn't matter. That means you don't have enough dudes and that, that applied for both sides of the court, the warriors defenseless and nearly good enough. Yeah, the raptors got a little bit. You know lucky maybe a little bit of a progression to the mean but it when you let a team knocked down ten three pointers in the second half. You don't deserve to win. And when you just don't get anybody else. I mean, just nobody else contributing on the offensive end to the best of their ability, other than Steph curry, it's I it just looked like an impossible task for the warriors to win given the way that they played. Well, that's my next question. Let's say Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant, and it's not trending this way. But let's say they can't play Friday or they or clay tries, and, and, and, you know, something physically. He's not right. This particular warrior group that played denied do you think they're capable of getting a game over the raptors perhaps only because there's so much room for improvement on the defensive end and I'll be offensive end as well. But man, it would be tight if they could get one apparently they're only going to score one hundred nine points in every game. I I just don't I just don't I just don't see Sepe able to do something like this again. Not that he's, you know, beyond his realm of possibility. Just man. It was it was special when to ask for something like that twice as greedy. But I'm looking at it. Like DeMarcus cousins was a no show. Ultimately do we think that we can really expect his cousins to show up in a game like this? He he looked completely gas, Marcus all his breakfast, lunch and dinner, Shaun Livingston. I know that it was underwhelming performance, but it sort of par for the course was, Sean this year. He's been fighting it all all season Draymond, I guess can be better on the offensive end. What he provided came too late. Andre kind of right on par. But like you're dealing with, you know, couldn't cook, Andrew bogut, Chidi, Jordan, Bella Jonas, Jared coat here. I mean if they're going to win a game without clay without Kevin. They are absolutely threading needle data kurtenbach bay area news group at oracle with us on these sports later. What do you think tonight did for a guy like Steph those of us here in the bay may already have are, are well formed thoughts on Steph curry, the basketball player? But, you know, that nationally people wait for the finals to really come after this guy on a night when the defense was totally stacked against him. And he still scored forty seven. What do you think that does for them? Well, it gives them the validation that he doesn't look for. But he deserved a long time ago. But I'm sure that you would trade it in again to the wind the warriors are in a spot here down to one and not knowing who they have for game four. So maybe step has to do it again. And if he does do it again, in the warriors win. We might as well throw a parade after that game because it will be such a celebration of everything. Steph curry, brilliant career up to this point Steph, never. We'll never get the credit is it will take five years, ten years for people to understand what he's done back, just for this franchise for the NBA at the whole, and I'm just kinda done waiting on people to figure it out onto the thing in a way like we, we know and if those people don't want to be smart enough it and figure it out for themselves what live in their ignorance pretty wonderful thing to watch. What did you observe with regard to team morale tonight? They seem pretty confident. So they're always listen. This is not a team that gets face. And but at the same time, I think that they know if they don't have those guys, they don't have Kindy, if they don't have play that they know that they don't have the dudes to keep up with Toronto of a lot of the stuff. I said earlier, I they know it and they're confident they always believed that they can fight back. This is not something they haven't face before this team. Let's not forget was down three one in the twenty sixteen Western Conference finals against probably a tougher team, then beings rats an intake in back in one it, and they beat the Cavaliers in twenty fifteen down to one spot. They, they know that they have that little extra something that's necessary to come back from this. But that requires all hands on deck, and right now that's just not the case. And again, we won't really know probably until game time on Friday night, if they got it or not. That's a really, really scary place to be when you think about where this diner. that going into other incredibly important i won't say must win but i mean boy going down three one wouldn't that be good big old big old big old game on friday yeah no doubt about that but it you kind of led me to what i was gonna ask you next i if they lose friday night what what kind of a chance do you still give them with the idea that it sounds somewhat likely that by monday they get all the horses back yeah i mean we'll just have to see who plays in that game and how that one transpire sabi i don't want to move out a full squad warriors team from doing anything and they could absolutely rattle off three wins in a row they have they have that thing inside them that allows them to get to that level but man i mean we do have to give toronto some credit at some point they're really really good and especially on the defensive end and has games you know tighter in the moment if larger stuff slows down and when it slows down that plays right into toronto hands on a lot Way, I would, I would be really, really surprised doesn't matter. If Durant played back, I it doesn't matter if they look a hundred and ten percent, it'd be really, really surprised if the raptors wouldn't win the series that they went up three one. Which is why put so much. So much on it on Friday. Yeah. I do the curtain vary. A news group is is with us. The one question I have there, though, like I remember the warriors, first championship LeBron loses all of his teammates and even still dot warriors group because it was their first one, you know that four win for your first title is really hard

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