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"andrew goodman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Know we I sort of want to concentrate on this subject as long as you're here today but the meantime it's the beginning of the new year yeah and as a result of that out scam seasons here have you gotten any new emails I think I did a lot and I he's because it was from a quick books from a company I'd work for and said here's your quick books ten forty nine ten ninety nine download it so I'm a little get the wives of the scam and joins us about a forty cents eight other books on stands he runs kamacite dot com has been with us for fifteen years and he's been known to say things aren't as bad as you think they're far worse actually he's not as a law professor I love the also goes into prisons yeah I learned I'm not sure you teach your learning when yeah good behavior goes a long way because it is our no I before I taught at Bentley university where I teach now I did teach in the state prisons and in fact into my entire legal in teaching career the smartest person I ever met was in prison he was a professional chess player who is also a bank robber who used the alias Andrew Goodman so he could sign his name a good man absolutely brilliant see I'm so let's talk about the new year obviously taxes upon us we can talk about the tax scams are coming up one of the latest I wanna kamacite over the weekend I said to myself I mean I there you know you see the regular ones the Ethiopian letter scam yeah you know they were that it would smuggle me smuggle my money out with me because you know you and you see the ones work my mom called me I told you guys last year and said that I I you know honey you're stalking combo on him back to where you San Diego says you know the two thousand eleven and again in two thousand sixteen twice I had my identity stolen through the IRS thing what is the most pervasive these days are those usual tried and true still in the in the mixtape yeah the the IRS scams are pretty current although there's a real need very ation this one is is so ingenious and of course you know we should expect it to be ingenious somebody these criminals their scam artists that the only criminals we call artist so here's how it works the first they hacked into your tax return probably from your accountant's office for they may get it from you so what they do is they use that information when they filed a phony returns using information.
How to Become a Master Influencer With Michael Stelzner
"It's going to start off by talking about becoming an industry leader in the social media industry specifically cynically and some of the advantages that come along with that so you kind of like step back and take us in that direction. I've had the distinct advantage because socially examiners now ten years old and we've been at this for for a while and we've seen a lot of people come and go and I privately mentor advised and coached a lot of these people. And one of the big things that I notice is everybody that becomes known seems to be more successful and there seems to be something to that. How do I become known? Because here's the advantage edge. John when people are ultimately thinking about a person or a company Who is the one who is the company that POPs into their mind? And that's the big question right when you are that company or where when you are that entrepreneur that individual that people think when they have a need. Guess what that means. So you don't have to pay facebook or Google. Any money to try to generate leads exposure. People start talking about you to other people so when someone's inside a facebook facebook group in this a ham looking for somebody to help this they say oh you gotta go to person. Why even if that they've never worked with person Y and your person why that's awesome marketing marketing for you? So what ends up happening as all these opportunities start falling in your lap. You're asked to speak on stages you're asked to be on podcasts. Your Business model grows is and you can take it to the next level. That is the promise that comes from being really well. No and this is something that you've actually done on multiple levels meeting you. Have you know a conference conference social media marketing world where you bring an industry experts. You highlight them on stages you also highlight them on your multiple shows within youtube and just the the overall social media examiner show that you live on a weekly basis so let me kind of talk about some specific examples that you've seen where people have come in. They've become known I'm known for what they're doing. As a result as you mentioned the become more successful as a result. Oh my gosh. Every person you can think of that's probably on the stage David. Social Media Marketing. World has done this right. You think about somebody like Jay Bearer Mari Smith right so Mari Smith is somebody who is out there all the time talking about what's new in the world facebook as a result. She's the one people think of when they look at when they're looking for our facebook expert. She's the one that Businesses partner with and want to hire Jay Baer. He keeps writing books and he keeps doing podcasts and he keeps getting Keno Gigs and he keeps getting opportunities to moderate. You know big stages and stuff like that and he gets opportunities to build this consulting pipeline without having to build. You know without having to pay anybody to do that. Those are just is two examples that come off the top of my mind. But you're another example. John I mean. Look when you've been able to achieve over the seven years since you started entrepreneur on fire because of what you did right I mean you are a relatively unknown. You're the guy that came out of the military right and Had A prior career that not a lot of people knew about and you just burst onto the scene and as a result of you building those relationships in developing that content even though most of your content was focusing on. What's in the minds of other people? A lot of that rubbed off on you John. And as a result you're able to launch all sorts of products and services that accelerated your growth. And now you're living the dream and I would not say relatively unknown I would say completely unknown I mean I had no footprint no fingerprint. Not even a finger nail in any kind the online entrepreneurial Social Media Marketing Space Zero Zip Zilch. So that's just a perfect example fire nation of how when you're able to establish a name in a specific niche than as micro sandwich. I love you know you start getting these organic lease people start talking about you become your evangelist. You're not having to pay hand Over fist for the instagram for the FACEBOOK ACA CETERA. Select right now in the podcasting space. A lot of people are like. Hey you know thinking about starting a podcast but you know what I'm GonNa go to YouTube. Missile videos people are like well. You could do that. But there's this Guy John Lee Dumas has this completely free podcasting course freepodcastcourse.com. You should go check it out and I have so many people because we have an intake former paradise where I'd say. Hey how did you. First Harry about paradise you know. Of course all the options are ads and my journal and this and that but they say a friend told me about your free course or a friend told me to just google you and like that is such a massive way that I'm getting more leads and I'm getting more audience. And I'm getting being more revenue through courses through enroll lease unlike podcasts paradise etc so fire nation this why while michaels talking about is so super key he but where would somebody even startling if they want to become well known and they're just like how even start in the space right now. That seems so loud so so crowded. What would you tell them? First thing I would tell everyone no matter how crowded spaces there's room for you for example. Let's take the food industry. Definitely the biggest industry the world because everyone and there is a youtube channel called cooking with dog and it's literally an Asian woman with a dog and she's got one point four nine million alien subscribers and it's just her cooking with her dog and that's her unique ingle. There's an there's a podcast. There's a blog called love and lemons. And all they do is talk about food food with limits. There's a podcast focused on tastes of the past. And all they do they talk about old fashioned traditional kinds of food food so those are just a few examples to show you that no matter what you can probably find a unique angle no matter how crowded the niches because there's the biggest niche in the world is food on undoubtedly okay so beyond that. Let's get to how we do it first of all you gotta ask yourself. What is your why I think this is is perhaps one of the most important questions to ask before you get started? Why do you want to be well now? Do you want to be well known because you WANNA be famous. Because I'm here to tell you that fame does not pay the bills. Can you confirm that. Confirm you've got to have a better y than that you know. You've got to have some sort of a bigger reason. Why for me? The reason why I wanted to be well known as I wanted to make a difference in the world. I knew that if I could give away the content that others were worse basically keeping pent up inside of them and charging people for as consultants. If I could give it away in my blog in my podcast an-and and our youtube channel. I know that draw an audience to us and I knew I would just need a tiny little fragment of that huge audience to be very successful and I knew that every person that would share that content would be basically increasing the footprint of the business and I knew that ninety nine percent of the world that I touch will never become a customer customer and I was completely okay with that because I had a bigger purpose. So figure out what your wise and it's okay to have a why that I'm GonNa make money It's okay that I want to buy that Dream House. Any of those kind of things. Just have a y but fame alone isn't good enough secondly once you know what your why is. I really think it's important to do a competitive analysis. Now John. I would love to hear your thoughts when you started your podcast. was there any kind of research that went into this. There was a bunch of research that went into it because I was a podcast listener and my the biggest question that I had was. Okay what do I love about the shows that I listen to you but even more importantly what do I feel like is missing with the actual show that I'm listening to on a consistent basis right so start looking at people that quote unquote might be competitors. But don't think of them as like the Evil Empire Empire that you're out to destroy instead look at them as like marketplace justification right. There's proof that there is somebody out here talking about this writing about this creating videos about this and I want to know what is it about them that I like and what is it about them. That I don't like how could I learn from them. And and then maybe you could start researching people in other spaces that are not competition and come up with someone who you really loved. The work that they're doing for me was a guy named Andrew Goodman who was really big in Seo Space and they still might be to this day. I just loved everything about his business model and I said I want to take that and I want to do that in the social for media marketing space so after you research competition then you try to figure out what your unique point of differentiation as John. Unique point of differentiation differentiation is. Tommy John. podcasts there you go yeah everyone else was doing it weekly or maybe twice a week and John decided to do it every single day because he knew there was an audience that was in their car working in real estate or commuting or whatever that was in that car or on that train every single day and he wanted to be in front of them because has he knew that he did not need a huge audience to be in front of if he was in front of them. Every day. I would feel now in my case. My unique differentiation is that I ask questions that others are thinking again on my podcast. So I won't let my guest go deep down the trail without like if they'll say something like an acronym that my audience doesn't know I'm going to say well hold on a second and I stopped. Stop them in the tracks and my audience tells me Oh my gosh you asked exact questions that were on my mind. So that's my unique thing. Is I try to put myself in the position of my listener and try. Yeah to make sure that I that they get something by listening to me. That's just one of my unique different traders. What's your unique differentiator? Maybe you're funny. Maybe your analytical maybe you have a unique view on the your industry that nobody else has maybe you come from a different world like maybe you're an attorney who's become a chef and maybe you can bring some parallels between the world of law and the cooking. Maybe there's laws of food that we haven't even even thought about so try to figure out what your unique differentiation is. And then the last thing is to start testing your message and this is really important. John I think in the beginning I mean when you create content at the core of everything we're talking about today is to be known requires the creation of something you need to either talk on a stage age or talk on a podcast create video or you need to right so when you create that message in the beginning you have to think of. Everything is a great experiment and just like a cookie and experiment. It might not be well received the very first time so start testing your message by creating the message and then analyzing analyzing the message which we're GONNA get into in a little bit here to try to ascertain what works and what does not because my guess is John in the beginning you. We're doing things differently than you're doing now. Am I right big time. What's changed? I mean a lot of things have changed so I I was just like trying to test my message by going out there and really having a structured interview interview and really be focused on. Hey I don't have skills as a podcast is an interviewer's a host. I don't know how to guide. I know how to dig deeper so I was just trying to stay to a very structure message and I did that for five. And a half years. That was two thousand episodes daily with essentially the same six questions. But I've continued to test my message a year and a half ago. I made a big break like I said. Hey I want to switch to an audio masterclass more than a podcast. I'm GONNA be having the top experts. And their specific niche industry. Come on and give a masterclass. It's like give this actual course on specific topics so I can go real deep and just talk in a much more fluid and just really intense manner and so that's just me kind kind of continuing to test getting feedback from audience can continue to try to say okay now that my strengths have grown in these areas. How can I utilize these in a better
"andrew goodman" Discussed on WEEI
"Not gonna lie first of all having, but I'm quite nervous for tonight's pivotal game six I would imagine. So that the nerves in the bucks fan base or an all time high how disappointing was the result of game five, especially when it looked like everything was clicking until maybe those last few minutes of the fourth quarter and it kinda crumbled away. And now all of a sudden the backs against the wall in Toronto. How disappointing was game five oh, you know this game five with super disappointing. You know, like you said, they got up to that start everything like it was finally falling into place. Eric foot so came out of the gates aggressive look like he was starting to turn a corner within the game went on you. The bucks reverted, especially defensively, if you know what my to Toronto Raptors ultimately winning three games in a row. And for me a big thing about game five is within the last four or five minutes. Toronto Raptors way. But. Hall in about four or five off its rebounds and nine points. And for me that was the dagger. Right. There's you cannot allow offense rebound, especially in those moments crunch time. That's really what put the nail in the buck. Stop in game five Andrew Goodman, our guest here on the progressive. Guess lines months about progressive, make it easy to bundle your home and car insurance. I don't love playing the blame game. But if you were going to kind of assign blame your point some fingers at various members of the bucks. And if you want to include the coaching staff in that you certainly can't who who would maybe you point to and blame for this three game skid that's allowed the raptors to take the advantage and be in a great spot here where where are we putting some of this blame? Yeah. For me. I think in the coal Amir kits really struggling with his shot is certainly not helping matters. We know he's not as defensive stalwart per say that might be putting it nicely. So when a guy like him in a playoff series, not hitting shots, also getting roasted under defensive and makes you wonder is this guy really playable the rest of the series? And also for me air flight. So. He had a half stick regular season. All right. You know he earned that contract extension. But just something about the postseason with him where something goes off, especially offensively defensively in the postseason. He's still been pretty solid. Milwaukee's? Overall defensive numbers are better when he's on the court this series but for me, you're not gonna contribute. Anything pensively makes matters even worse for John from company Toronto at this point really isn't guard even depends because of his inability to shoot. And when he's not driving aggressively the basket, you know, first instinct and he's settling for jump shots. You know that really puts the bucks in a desperate position also or silver really hasn't been as big of an impact player. He was in the Boston series. So for me, those guys really, really need to step it up the bucks have any chance stealing a game, six before making seven Andrew Goodman, or guest of the progressive guest line covers the bucks for Brahim. He's the host to buck. The trend podcast foam on Twitter at Andrew dream underscore NBA. Let's. Talk about tonight's game. What do we think about tonight's game? What do we know needs to happen for the bucks to make sure they're getting victory tonight? They're forcing game seven. What's sort of the approach the game plan to me, it feels stubborn maybe the word I would say to describe some of the things we've seen from the bucks. Have they used up all their change up? Saw their change of pace. What do we need to see tonight from Milwaukee to to get them into the win column and force game seven? Well, it's obviously, you're going to need your stunt. He honestly did a Kumo. He's going to need to have a much performance. We know Toronto, the Scotiabank arena. That's no easy place to win. Number one, I do think the bucks you know this is a historically dominant team in the regular season. We saw that I do not think they're gonna come out and just let Toronto punch him in the mouth, and fold, you know, pack it up for ten Kuhn. So Jaanus is going to need to have a huge game. These guys like Nicole America's they're going to need three pointers and also. I would love to see changed up on the defensive philosophy is for the bucks to stay home defensively, over helping with collide lenders when it gets to the pain is leaving all these Toronto shooters open. We saw Fred vanfleet. It's seven three pointers which are little ridiculous. But, you know, most of his looks wide open. Norman pals been getting involved with a lot of open three point looks also Marcus solid starting to knock down his three pointers. So the butter really gonna have to do a better job of protecting the three point line. And I think a lot of over helping defensively, especially on Leonard. It really giving up a lot of throttle, Andrew Gelman, our guest on the progressive gasline cool by and save on home insurance. Progressives new homequote explorer, only at progressive dot com. At Andrew g underscore NBA look at this bucks roster. You're not stopping alike wise it have a good game. Maybe even a great game you can survive that though, because it's been shown, you can survive coli being great. If you had to dial in on one other guy on that raptors. Team that if this guy has a bad game. The bucks are winning who is that guy who's the guy for you. That's the second most important Rafter. I'm gonna go with tile our know Kyle Lowry. Totally flip. The narrative that we seen it show up in the playoff, but, you know, he's definitely shown up might be understatement series against the bucks. And you know, he's a fan favourite throttle understandably. So, so the bucks can somewhat contained his offensive impact in his three point shooting. I think Toronto will struggle the score. The basketball you're gonna start relying on guys like fleet. Norman Powell March saw searching pocket hit their shots. Lowry's misfiring. And also daily green has really struggled with his shot through postseason. So he's another guy that can get going might be in trouble. But then again he's not hitting shots in Lowry's, also struggling than could be looking good for the bucks. Andrew want to run something by something I've been thinking about for a while. And the comparisons aren't exactly spot on on the nose. But I think they're a little they're how long is this bucks, teen going to be around here in this Eastern Conference because it feels like they're going to be here year in year out, but I also get, and maybe this is a little unfair. I also get some vives of that Dr Howard Orlando Magic team that made that run they give off some of those vibes. The teams built perfectly around the star, there's only one real star player on the team, and there's not going to be a lot of change going forward, just because the way the roster's built, and my little off on that is bucks team here to stay. Or is this may be just one good run that it will be tough to replicate? I would love these bucks. But if you look ahead to tortoise osteo, regardless of what happens the Milwaukee Bucks, general manager John force in the front office. They have a lot of make a lot of guys up for contract. You're going to have Chris Middleton who's going to be a hot commodity in free agency. You can have to make a decision on brogden. Call kitchen brook, Lopez's could also get a big contract because of his season. So a lot of things in ops he's gonna have to fall into place with the bucks. You know, you're gonna have to have some guys take a few, you know, hometown discounts in order to, you know, keep that court together. So, you know, it's the bucks, I would really really, you know, preferred them to keep Chris Middleton. I think he's an integral part of house no walkie bucks. Have really ascended this even with Mike Bugno to come back. I think Nicole, America's a bit expendable. I think he's a guy that, you know, you won't be losing much, if he doesn't come back, and you need to keep broadening brook Lopez. So, like I said, a lot of things are gonna have to fall into place from go right for the Milwaukee Bucks season. If they hope to contender down the road and. Surround honest. Progressives homequote explorer, quote onference can pick. What's right for you? See for yourself. Progressive dot com. Progressive guest lines where we find Andrew Goodman covers the bucks for brew hoop, and the host of the buck the trend podcast. Don't miss any of his work on Twitter at Andrew g underscore, NBA aren't right me the story tonight. What's happening in game six tell me reach into the crystal ball figure out what's happening. What's happening to game six tonight man? All right. Andrew crystal ball here. I got the bucks jumping out to double digit lead in Chiapas is gonna come out Wilbur, gresh gets an easy buckets, get some dunks, really get squad going. I think you're gonna have a game where Malcolm Brogdon sitting through three pointers Chris Middleton getting involved in the actions. Facilitating up knocking threes. I do think Toronto is gonna make a little bit of a run into third quarter will be going into the fourth single digit lead for the Milwaukee Bucks. And I think the Milwaukee Bucks are going to steal one, you can call me enough in the but I just think the team's not gonna fold. And when you're talking about it, historically dominant team, you know, they've been resilient and found. Came back. I think I think tonight's gonna get go. Well from walk you could you see maybe early in the game a kind of a wild loose ball. Get thrown towards Drake and maybe one of the bucks players diving a little over zealously towards that ball. Maybe not Drake over a little bit. Well, you know what that would be funny, but I think I think the Milwaukee Bucks if they're worried about Drake. I think their head is going to be in the wrong place. Well say what man game sevens pretty fun. So I'm rooting to see game seven I'm rooting for you to be right. Hey, if you're right about that, crystal, maybe you'll pick up a lot of tickets tomorrow on the way at the convenience store. So pick your numbers for you. There you go. There you go. Have a great one man have a great time tonight. Hope you're talking about a game seven tomorrow and not talking about the off season on this holiday. Appreciate the time. Having great stuff from Andrew Goodman at Andrew g underscore NBA joins us. Progressive guest.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And they're all missions due to injuries the injuries that they had were you surprised I guess, in any way to not see their names. Did you think that these were injuries that would keep them off the roster altogether? For sure. I mean you know, he underwent grown surgery, you know couple of weeks ago, and it was always. You know is always going to be a race against time for him to get back so from that standpoint that wasn't a surprise. I mean books wasn't either. Although I guess if you had to compare the two you could say the Brooklyn's a little bit more of the prize. I mean he had missed the last few games with Wolfsburg and but I mean it's you know, kind of the story of his international career. I mean he seems to pick up odd injuries illnesses at really an opportune times. I think talent wise he's the best centreback in the pool. So I think it's a blow certainly for Gregg Berhalter. I mean I think you know there are some options there. I mean, certainly you've got, you know, Biaz go, but I'm Aaron long is nursing injuries. Well, so I you know, we'll see in the coming weeks, you know, the extent of which he's able to heal up. But you know, certainly originally thought there was going to be a lot of depth in that spot on the field. But now it's, it's the bodies are starting to drop. So it's a little unfortunate, you know, especially. You know, I noticed that when Brooks has a long time to the kind of go through a camp and, and kinda just get his feet on the ground. Get the jet lag out of his system. You know, he does really well. You know, I'm thinking of the World Cup. Of course. Couple of America in two thousand sixteen. He had a really good tournament. I thought you know, when you when the turn around a little bit quicker that's when he struggles. So I think right. Berhalter was probably really looking forward to having Brooks in the full. But obviously that's not going to happen. The newer editions walked names, culturally. I mean some of them just caught my eye because we, it's been so long since we've seen them. I mean like Joe Joe. It's like, wow, you know I can remember right after the twenty fourteen cycle. You know, your Klinsmann going on and on about Joe Joe and obviously he had some devastating injuries. And he's, you know, had to work his way back. So I think he was a surprise. I mean everyone's interested in this guy Tyler Boyd. He's been playing in Turkey. You know filed the one time switch in it was it was approved. And so I can't imagine that would bring him in and make him go through all that, if he wasn't going to get a strong look at him. So, you know, I think certainly the woman games I think he's going to be a guy to watch. Those were the two Andrew Goodman. I mean, how often do you see a US L guy get called up? Obviously, he's on the books that Celtic, and this is kind of a temporary thing. But. You know, even you know, that that's still a little bit of apprised. But I mean again it's the forty man. So I mean it's gonna get cold down to twenty three so, you know, on the one hand you're surprised..
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Caught Offside
"And they're all missions due to injuries the injuries that they had were you surprised I guess, in any way to not see their names. Did you think that these were injuries that would keep them off the roster altogether? For sure. I mean you know he underwent grown surgery a couple of weeks ago, and it was always. You know is always going to be a race against time for him to get back so from that standpoint that wasn't a surprise. I mean books wasn't either. Although I guess if you had to compare the two you could say the Brooklyn's a little bit more of the prize. I mean he had missed the last few games with Wolfsburg and but I mean it's you know, kind of the story of his international career. I mean he seems to pick up odd injuries illnesses at really an opportune times. I think talent wise he's the best centreback in the pool. So I think it's a blow certainly for Gregg Berhalter. I mean I think you know there are some options there. I mean, certainly you've got, you know, Biaz go, but I'm Aaron long is nursing injuries. Well, so I you know, we'll see in the coming weeks, you know, the extent to which he's able to heal up. But you know, certainly originally thought there was going to be a lot of depth in that spot on the field. But now it's, it's the bodies are starting to drop. So it's a little unfortunate, you know, especially. You know, I noticed that when Brooks has a long time to the kind of go through a camp and, and kinda just get his feet on the ground. Get the jet lag out of his system, you know, he does really well. You know, I'm thinking of the World Cup, of course. Couple of America in two thousand sixteen you had a really good tournament. I thought you know, when you when the turn around a little bit quicker that's when he struggles. So I think Gregg Berhalter was probably really looking forward to having Brooks in the fold. But obviously that's not going to happen. The newer editions walked names, culturally. I mean some of them just caught my eye because we, it's been so long since we've seen them. I mean like Joe Jau. It's like wow. I can remember right after the twenty fourteen cycle. You know, your Klinsmann going on and on about Joe Joe and obviously he had some devastating injuries. And he's, you know, had to work his way back. So I think he was a surprise. I mean everyone's interested in this guy Tyler Boyd. He's been playing in Turkey. You know filed the one time switch in it was it was approved. And so, I can't imagine that Berhalter would bring him in and make him go through all of that, if he wasn't going to get a strong look at him. So, you know, I think certainly the woman games I, I think he's going to be a guy to watch. Those were the two then Andrew Goodman. I mean, how often do you see a US L guy get called up? Obviously, he's on the books that Celtic, and this is kind of a temporary thing. But. You know, even you know, that's still a little bit of apprised. But I mean again it's the forty man. So I mean it's gonna get cold down to twenty three so, you know, on the one hand you're surprised..
"andrew goodman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Basketball the Friday night at the signing Scott assembly hall here in Bloomington, we hear it snowing out the side a little bit. So be careful if you're coming in to the ball game with eight oh, one chimp along with Eric, sir. I'm Joe Smith at sidebar. Governor's Cup update. The purdue's with a two and a half to one point lead over Indiana. Are available point will be the bucket game on the twenty four this year. Big tomorrow will the Maryland Terrapins Indiana us solutions service in conjunction with Veterans Day with the with the pre-game at eleven o'clock spotlight. Helmer's cross country teams to beat the Great Lakes regional over the LaVern. Gibson course earlier today and terror hoax. Finishes junior tile mile. Just to the NCAA nationals. During the finishing in thirty one twelve Maggie album led the woman as he finished eighth individually. We'll have to wait and see and she gets an at large. I that will be announced over the weekend. Well, how about the men's soccer team number two in the country? Eight thirty eight. Matches in a row against the big ten. This one finished in a one one draw after one hundred and ten minutes was Maryland oven. The semi-finals of the big ten tournament at grant park in Westfield senior, Corey Thomas kicked in the fourth. The penalty kick to give Indiana the edge there for three in the top seeded hoosiers. We'll play number three Michigan at noon on Sunday on the big ten network for all the marbles. The last time Indiana won the Terni title was back in two thousand thirteen shooting Sunday for thirteen big ten title earlier in the match Andrew Goodman, tablet, who's your goal was his tenth of the year. It came in the sixtieth minute. It was an assistant at a beautiful. It was. Went through about half or more than half of the Maryland team to get the job done. But Indiana wins on.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"I want to start with you windows are end development crash. They clashes when developers building front of a mural or Teramo Merrill down or work of public art of any kind without notifying the community. I think that people feel blindsided and surprise we can't stand in the way of economic development, and we wouldn't do that. But I think respect and transparency and clarity are key issues. Here that we need to just put on the table. I mean has a developer contacted us contacted the community we could have made a plan. We're going to recreate the mural somewhere else mural arches here totally committed to communities all over the city ready to fly. Into action. Another thing is I think that we need to understand and be really proud of the fact that the murals the public art pieces, the frescoes mosaics, thankless, whatever it is these are cultural civic icons in our city. They are assets. We're known internationally is the city of murals people come from all over, and we're one of the few cities, we're truly the art is the autobiography of Philadelphia are you kind of bit in the middle. How do you idiot? This sort of issue. I know the community doesn't love every mural the way they love this one. If you let people know that you want to do some development, and that was not a permanent statue there. I'll fix you for that particular area. Then you don't have a problem. You may have some people who get upset, but if you put a mirror there that's supposed to be there forever. Then you have problems because the miracles really help clear up a lot of the light the aggravation people get from walking home at night because there's no light. There's no sustainable transparent. Food people working together to achieve goals and objectives that good in conversation. Yeah. You can't do that. When you have a lighted eerie, Andrew you guys are clearing up the area making change at the end of the day. How do you deal with people you buy this piece of property? Yeah. There's a mural on the side. But I mean, you didn't put it up there. You want to be able to do what you wanna do. How do you talk to these folks? Someone moving in the community, and they look man, I want to do whatever I wanna do that wall. I don't understand why I have to to preserve this thing. Some days are better than others. Thank you. So it's kind of being welcoming and offering our services and support in any way, we can and helping to be that kind of introduction to the community for someone who might be new. So that we don't always have to be the voice we can connect them to residents or the existing businesses that can be kind of a more direct representation for what the community wants, and perhaps expects of new developers in the neighborhood and Philadelphians are very vocal about things they love. And I mean, like, you know, I mean these murals a made Philadelphia better and more beautiful wine wall at a time, and they're actually a part of the landscape of the city. Yeah. We have a waiting list of two thousand people who won't work. How great is that? There's no way we could possibly keep up with the demand. So we work different ways. Now, sometimes we're more temporary. Sometimes it's more permanent as we work not just with painters, but photographers or video artists and dancers are multidisciplinary projects. We bring. Poets sometimes it's more abstract some are small and quick sometimes they're bigger and more narrative, I think we have to be very facile inflexible. And oftentimes the work that we're doing comes out of our programmatic work are restorative Justice or behavioral health worker, art education work, and those projects are just so deep and meaningful and profound too. So I feel like it's really important for us to never stop being creative, and thoughtful and think how many ways can we impact the city. We should never stand. Still is we have huge responsibility. Are there examples? Claudia of where the community was like, well, or is it for the most part wants a piece of art. Is there the community wants it there? We have some of the people who cry about everything. But in most cases, when we have a issue with a mural, we have a meeting a community meeting, and we look at what is supposed to be here. Permanently. Would you want it to be here permanently? Because most homeowners don't have the opportunity to say, there's a real world business argument that could be sad. That this art actually makes your house better your your neighborhood better. That's why we all choose to live in active, dense, vibrant places like Philadelphia because of these kind of additional moments of beauty or engaging with your neighbors, or whatever it might be an arts and culture is one of those rare kind of great equalizer is amongst us all though, it is crucial in that way. And we've seen it time and time again, for whatever reason it's still a case we need to keep making is there. A solution though. I would love to see some kind of amendment through city council where developers if they are building in front of her tearing down a work of art that they would go to a database, and they would have to check and see who's Maryland is a lot of times it's our mural, and if it's not we can figure out who's Maryland is doesn't have to be a big cumbersome system. And then we can out of respect notified the community. And just say, look, this is going to happen. What do you think? Do you does? Everybody wanna keep the mural. You want us to relocate? Or is it fine. If it goes to mural heaven, sometimes they do what they're supposed to do. Sometimes they should live on. Sometimes it's good to have new work. How do we and and communities keep track of their own murals and pieces of art that they actually care about. And differentiate from the ones that they may not have such an attachment two years ago when they started they just made beautiful pitches. But I think now they have thing and reason for why they are putting the art up. And once you put that up as a problem when you try to take it down. It's a big problem once a family come in. And they see on the side they wall. I don't think they're so fast. They wanted to take it down. Yeah. I think if anything. I'm special because not too many people have art on the side of the the buildings because this flash flashlight. We do have to wrap this up Ken, Philadelphia change and develop and bring in more folks, quote, outsiders, while keeping the same culture and flavor that art has brought us and how do we do that? If you look at the works of art in the city as truly the Unabomber of Philadelphia, then we're going to respect it. We're going to preserve it. We're going to think about how we can grow this collection in a way that it continues to reflect the fabric of our city miss. Claudia? I've been in in my neighborhood, a very long time and the arts has really created a positive effect last word to you Andrew how do we bring it all together? Conversations like these and going even broader inviting developers to the table making sure that there's a process so that we're working on all these things together to make sure that what we all love about. Philadelphia continues to grow. Thank you to Jane, golden, Bhatia Smith Sharada and to Andrew Goodman for coming on flashpoint and talking about this issue in the news. Thank you very much. Next up..
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
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"andrew goodman" Discussed on WSB-AM
"That we will save and make a dent into all this testing that, Dr Phillips suggest, mentioned and, God will find a way congressman we don't have a whole lot, of time left but, I did want to pivot if I could and ask you. A couple of questions about the news, of the, day earlier in our conversation you expressed concern. About the supreme court nominee I know that there are, many voters in the state who are also either very happy with or very concerned about the midterm elections that, are coming up in November do you have concerns about tampering with the vote Yes. I do and I think we need. To look back on the on the on. The words of ABRAHAM LINCOLN with John H so deeply meaningfully in the holy scriptures a house divided against itself show surely. Perish and this country unfortunately, has this division far-right far left we. Came make it like that do you think there's, gonna be a Blue Wave in November what I hope that there is a godly wave of righteous wave because the country ain't blue at ain't, read it's every single color it's not black. It's not white as for everybody and that's what democracy is and that's why we get people in there and they wanna push everybody to the far right or the. Far left week we're not gonna make it when You look at all. You have to do is this look at the history? Of our country now the civil. Rights movement I want to say one thing and I'm through? With it I Martin Luther King was a great influence to me and I was I always prayed every day. I wanted to meet. Him I wanted. To shake his hand only chance. That got to was just. At the poor people's marked way we're going around the consciousness raising the money it was in nineteen sixty eight at award, in school you told us this Yeah and. He said to me I asked them I had the chance to ask him. A question in the. Big auditorium I said that king can you tell me what was one of? The most moving and memorable events I mean. To ask a man like that he thought. He told me about the time it was in. The White, House as Lyndon Johnson. The happen pass the civil rights AC Lyndon Johnson looked at, him and said that the king you got to make. Us do it democrat and Republicans do you ever see a day congressman where compromise and? Negotiation happened to get things done most, voters complained that Washington is broken and then we send you guys there and then. You don't talk to one another you. Don't govern and you don't lead I work feverishly every single day to do that because of the. Work that we've done the money I got down near the three hundred. Thirty. Nine million dollars to help With the home foreclosure that you all help. Expose there with your reporters that destroy on getting that money out that was Democrats and? Republicans working on that right now I got ninety five million dollars in the farm Bill five billion million dollars per school. For the eighteen ninety land grant colleges. I couldn't do that without my Republican friends over in the Senate David Perdue and I working on. That together so agreements are all for show or is that just what I think they has to. Be a, willingness within. I'm a democrat. But within me is a, willingness I'm searching every day for ways in which I, can partner with Republicans because I. Know I can't get anything done I can't get no money back I wouldn't be able to do the. Things that I'm doing if I didn't have those partnerships. I mean and you can look Johnny. Is can similarly to that he and I were together since the days in the legislature Candice you covered me you know this stuff we got done same thing when Jocelyn Dorsey let me take God. Bless her. Are no shoes return but I want you to remember. I think the country needs and the state of Georgia needs to know. That will work for Jocelyn Dorsey we wouldn't have got that little, gun Bill passed that I got started forty. Some years ago last thing for, you congressman before we go Oh What do you say to Georgia? Voters who shake their heads and choose not to? Participate how do you motivate voters to get up and participate in the process and go to the? Polls they need to. Remember they need to realize the lives that were lost the lynchings that were done the killings sacrifice that this country has, made and I'm not just talking about black people being killed and. Assassinated white people miss a all the from a Detroit on the, highway Andrew Goodman and, shaming and those young white and black kids who went into Mississippi and movie was made out of Gene. Hackman, exactly. Right I, mean the prices that have been paid and that's why it is so. Important I'm so glad to mention that, because We? Need to re energize is a great history of? This country and that's why people they say that but when they now of the sacrifices that women. Through and they know. What it takes to be able to have that when they look at and they'd see the night riders of the Kukoc's, clan who went from church to church burning them at voter participation. Rallies there's no reason in the world they can get up and, go to the polls, and vote because our voting rights have been birth through the soil of blood sweat and tears of every. American, regardless. Of race creed colour that as sacrifice to make sure that we have that right. To boat congressman do you worry at All that the racism which was defeated by legislation, during the civil rights, era, and, was buried in American society somewhat underground in recent years has resurfaced where people who are when you think about immigration and you think about black white race relations, in the United States that those people with those, thoughts, in, their hearts are are more confident in letting those flags flying today is perhaps. They were years ago Well I don't know I get, a lot of mixed feelings I'm somewhat worried that is a very profound question that you asked because fundamental to. Event is a decision we've got make do we for example spend our time and our energy trying to dismantle images of slavery of the civil war of, all of that that happen we'd lose something by doing so and as we search now to look at the minute meant that Stone Mountain What our time not be better spent doing what you. And I have discussed enriching ourselves to know that. The greatness of this country was overcoming these things we cannot erase slavery it, happened, we cannot have. Race all of that it happened and. Finally I this point by stating that in the final book of the scriptures in revelations it says blessed demand and person that reads, this book, and then it says but woe unto him who takes away from this book or add anything to it we I great. Country because we overcame these things. And so I think our energy should better be spent on achieving and recognize During the greatness, of what we have achieved black and white together. And spite of, slavery and spied of all of this but you can't raise. It congressman David Scott I can't think of another note better. Yet to close our program on we. Want to remind the audience.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"You have like like the coolest audience because you have a cool fucking podcast why wouldn't you have a cool out you think yeah i have a bunch of took a lot of notes actually because i i know you're really funny and i want to definitely tell funny stories but i also have some some questions that are perhaps more serious you were talking about your doctor and i know a big problem in the trans community is not only discrimination kind of in the workplace the street but also by the medical and mental health communities so who is your doctor now do they specialize in trans folks and also how to have you experienced previous discrimination so my doctor he's a lovely man his name is dr andrew goodman he works at the callen lord oh callen lord is amazing yeah brand of soap yes it's a brand of trans soap it is soaked that used to be shampoo but yeah it's like a clinic for trans people in for people who are hiv positive or in the queer community or just even people who just want to have some low cost healthcare absolutely and it's wonderful i love it and so that's i would say probably half of his patients art trans women okay okay obviously knows everything and that's why he was like when i was i was embarrassed to talk to him about the boehner situation because like it made me feel like less feminine and he's like don't worry about it just you know you wanna feel good here's what has happened because he's he has to create a translucent fairly for like ten years so oh wow okay so he knows what the but he's just like a straight six gender dude he's i believe he's a gay he's guess gender to okay i do not follow him home but he has a gay affect okay got it gave voice and i say that with love but yeah so like there is like is some discrimination out there i'm fortunate to live in new york which is a state that has a firmative consent for gender transition you just basically say this is who i am and they believe you other states make you go through therapy and like make you do tell these fucking hoops just to get close so there's no require therapy in new york state now for hormones enough okay but for gender is there for gender confirmation surgery so for the insurance they want you to have a letter from a therapist really and because i have because i have the the tit surgery looking for the medical term couldn't find it but surgery having a tooth surgery the top sergio thank you person nicole top cities you know all day i'm getting titties they make me go through that hoop where you have to like go through like a therapist or a social worker just to make sure a social worker or or someone that what they ask you but here's the thing though and i don't want to give away the game but like how lord knows that so they have social workers and they have psychotherapists and they like just come and get the letters fine and they would they won't like any other medicine or prescription like anyone is getting it you're always just like coming in cough yeah pretty much it's like it's like it's like getting like a it's like getting a medical marijuana yeah adderall yeah you get that way too easy yeah yeah absolutely just tits are like out cramps exactly guinea adderall and we'd see alice here you.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Self Made Man
"The use whatever i want for a year and they will be for commercial purposes just for you know visual polishing the brand so to be do put all this in writing in and maybe you know sent out a doc you sign for them to sign an agreement that we didn't go that far it was it was in email threats and then you know so we knew there was kind of a paper trail and then went to santa my yemeni viet paper unethical too crazy with it but if you were a bigger company that had maybe more at stake than it might be smart to get our real legal document printed up awesome so what is your advice if you were going to teach myself in those listening to this today on how to build a real instagram following of let's say at least one hundred thousand followers what's the what's the real secret sauce behind that process so there's really three things that you want to focus on if if you're trying to build that the first of which is picking a segment of people to talk to your rights are getting down to a specific nishi doesn't have to be hyper targeted to you know car guys in houston texas by if you're focusing on the car world that's you know where you want to be if you're looking for entrepreneurs who are young entrepreneurs who are old so many different groups out there and really the the more targeted you can be the better you are because it's more genuine and real right you're speaking to one specific person it's much easier for me to right to an eighteen to twenty five year old you know who's going through maybe the college grind or not sure what they want to do with their life verses maybe a 55yearold who's been working a 95 their whole life and wants to transition out i can't connect with that person as well so think about you yourself in who you're able to communicate with as well the second thing you want to do once your inside of that in each is genuinely engage everybody talks about engagement 'engagement engagement but genuine engagement is a different thing there's all these apps out here the let you automatically like and following comment on people's pages and it's really disingenuous because i can tell when i make opposed in use of a specific hashtag.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Self Made Man
"Front row seat and being a marketer while all these things were happening and being a college students studying you know marketing a business and psychology and then working with petron for free at work for him for nothing for five years just to kind of help their cause and you know time came for me to leave the business i was working for and then want to start my own advertising agency and i came to him kind of hand in hand asking if secret would be my first client and it was good timing for them because they were looking for somebody to step in and take over that social role and we just went off to the races from there so that was in 2014 and you actually started managing their social media count since then you've made over twenty thousand host to instagram you've helped grown the membership over there secret entourage from three thousand over thirty five thousand members in the last three years but you're coming into that role and correct me if i'm wrong here but with very little experience when it comes to social media marketing right other than what you might be doing for your own personal stuff but but not for business yet so how did you teacher self how to do that yeah and i had a little bit of experience just in how the different networks operated i understood facebook ads a little bit but i was selling you know directtoconsumer car modification products i wasn't working in the the self health space so to speak which is a totally different animal so for me it was a lot of time spent inside the platform basically once they handed me the keys to their instagram i was following guys like a millionaire mentor jason stone who was one of a kind of the pioneers in that that space but one thing that we had going for us was really high quality photography and really amazing visuals to go with all these quotes and stuff that we were building in putting together so we were one of the first to do the motivational will thing on instagram and i saw that there was just a huge upside in that so i spent a lot of time making as many poses i could and that's why i posted so many times from the get go i was posting you almost fifteen twenty times a day just on one account and.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Self Made Man
"On there all the time whether it's you know image posts or story posts they've just been crushing it so we reached out to uh to pass months team and he puts in touch with andrew whose joining us today an answer you're the guy who's been behind the scenes essentially growing the social media following executing on y'all's plans and you just sent a phenomenal job and so we get an opportunity today to dive into y'all's processes and really how you've how you've done this so thanks so much for joining us thank some left for that and thank you for having me i'm excited to speak with you in your audience yeah absolutely so give us a little bit of background on how you came into this role and started working with has one sure so my story with pettman actually goes back even longer than when i was fulltime a secret entourage back in two thousand nine two thousand ten ish i was sophomore in college and i found a secret consulting dot com which was their original website for secret entourage and they gave a bunch of advice on how to start a business and things like that and one of the things they did actually was a featured a photographer every month and automotive photographer and at the time that's what i did it was sort of means to an end for me to get around all the exotic cars and things that i really love but couldn't afford so i reached out and asked him if they would feature my photos in the next months feature photographer and pass monroe bakken said no and said that you know they were getting away from that because it wasn't on brand but i kind of stuck with them and said they listen you know i i like what you're doing i think it's really interesting you know i'm your your target demo how can i help and you he was pretty fracking so listen you know english is my third language she'd spoke farsi and then french so the grammar and things and some of his post weren't up to snuff and they needed more writing so it started as me being a ghost writer at the same time i was working for a company that was manufacturing aftermarket car parts overseas for japanese cars and i was doing marketing for them and.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Self Made Man
"Was your brain we've been producing lessons for the past twelve months that will change every aspect of your life for the better from your business to your health and even your relationships as of today we're just eleven days away from the start of the prelaunch campaign which begins on february fifth and help us celebrate were given waivers thirty five thousand dollars in cash and prizes including the grand prize which is the ultimate home office for your business one lucky winner is going to walk away with a brand new stand up desk from uplift just like the one that i have in my home office a brand new macbook pro a loaded iphone 10 a yeti pro microphone if you want to start your own podcast and a four k twenty 27 inch monitor and fifteen thousand dollars in cash or bitcoin to put towards your startup now if you haven't done so yet had to selfmade man dot com today and make sure that you're on our email list so you'll get an invite to join the vip notification list for the platform and to enter the contest on february fifth so that you can have a chance to walk away that grand prize with that being said let's dive into this week's amazing episode with andrew goodman everybody mike here welcome back in today we're gonna be discussing a extremely popular topic which is social media marketing how can you actually grow your presence online with facebook instagram youtube everything in between and help us do that we're going to be talking to andrew goodman so andrew has been the man behind a couple of different properties that has mongudhi me is the front man for in the owner of and the c o one of which is very popular in the entrepreneur circles and that a secret entourage now if you've been listening to the show you probably heard our recent episode with peres mon on how to centrally by your dream car your dream luxury car because he owns another property called exotic car hacks which i'm a customer of it's a fantastic product and if you follow mon online whether it's on instagram our facebook yunos that he's.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on Self Made Man
"A few weeks ago we hosted at has manga dini on the show who's a very successful entrepreneur is due primary brands are exotic car hacks and a secret entourage in between them he has were 45000 pain members will over the past two years past months put a ton of effort in a growing his instagram audiences with secret entourage accumulating over four hundred and fifty thousand followers and just under a hundred thousand four exotic car hacks now acquiring those kinds of numbers takes a strategic plan systematic execution and some inside baseball so how of the done it well today we're joined by the man behind the curtain of those accounts and their growth andrew goodman so andrew joined depeche months team in 2014 and quickly took ownership of growing their instagram audience to what it has become and today andrews going to lay out their entire process for you in one of the most detailed invaluable episodes that we've ever had here at selfmade man this is the kind of show that i love to korda i love to learn from and that i love to deliver to you guys because it's just packed with value from minute to minute it is a master class on how to build an instagram following we're going to start by learning about the software they use to create manage and run their accounts we're going to talk about how many times they post per day and why that is the most effective with the latest instagram algorithms we're going to talk about how they create super fans on their account invest of all what you need to do to build your instagram account if you are just starting from scratch so if you want to grow a massive following on instagram and do it quickly this is the episode you've been waiting for now with that being said i want to give you guys a quick update on the launch of the brand new selfmade man a platform that is coming soon so what is it well we've spent the past year building well we believe will become the most valuable platform in the world for entrepreneurs you can kind of think of it like net flicks but instead of filming content that.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on KOMO
"Four kkk leader known for the killings of three civil rights workers in mississippi has died in prison at the age of 90 to nineteen sixtyfour edgar ray killing was a preacher a sawmill operator and a coup klux klan leader who has already said organized a group of men who killed three civil rights workers in philadelphia mississippi weeks before president lyndon johnson signed civil rights act of nineteen sixtyfour into law let us lay aside irrelevant differences killing was acquitted at a federal civil rights trial but 41 years to the day change cheney michael shorter and andrew goodman were killed later dramatize in the movie mississippi burning he was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 60 years in prison brian clark abc news remember the aryan nations white supremacist gang has been put on tennessee's time top 10 most wanted list 31 year old ranee lucas wilson than i did a fight as the suspect who opened fire and wounded a veteran knoxville police officer during a traffic stop knoxville police chief david rash says not only as wilson armed and dangerous he's got a record you also currently has and outstanding warrants for a violation of probation for aggravated assault we understand that charge actually initially was attempted mark the officer was shots expected to make a full recovery california fish and wildlife agents have seized singer chris brown's pet monkey brown posted a video of his three year old daughter with the monkey named fiji last month instagram seems you never got a permit for it though this is abc news to you all the iris more than 10 and dollars in taxes the government now has.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The gas and electric system scheduled today are expected to keep most residence away from a california town there was ravaged by deadly and destructive mudslide most of the people of modest seeto were under orders to stay out of town the latest frustration for residents some of whom had recently fled a raging wildfires well rescuers continue probing thick mock swollen creek shen tangle trees with polls in search of seven missing people dogs when stick around in the ongoing search for bodies mississippi's corrections department says edgar ray killing a former ku klux klan leader convicted in the nineteenth 64 mississippi burning slayings of three civil rights workers has died prison at the age of ninety two his 2005 conviction came forty one here's to the day after freedom summer workers james cheney michael shorter and andrew goodman were ambushed and killed this is srn news welcome back to the dog shut up next we have satchmo satchmo who is a member of the shelter pet group that's right a continent especially filler coach snuggling ball chasing face looking tail wagging backyard hanging and of course companionship and what brie would you say satchmo is i'd have to go with maybe a lavish terrier hound schwab are looking kind of mix tremendous dr i'd also like to point out satchels colouring white bream brown black brindle simply marvelous you know it's such a treat to washington like this that senior action luke how he makes eye contact with his person that's actually known as the treat stare how intuitive now he appears to be exciting new turning in circles happy dad's so coping with this group i finally the loving face thick it's great how he just gets in there and well licks contest but really the best way to know.
"andrew goodman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Don't i don't know but if i mentioned the bill ring a bell right i was a baby so i don't know michael warriner andrew goodman and james cheney nobel now now okay well john get ninety one that prize they just had a spain tv not too long ago about a very well done to let's see a nineteen or the rather two thousand ten blown out gulf of mexico oil was finally plugged after an explosion of the offshore oil rig and twenty days after oil finally stopped gushing from the well when it was capped how long to take the plug the well now twenty with show i think denied a twelve months i saw a movie on this one i'm now three and a half months three and a house it took nineteen forty two of the movie holiday inn premiered story doping you'll bing crosby who introduced this irving berlin classic solving white christmas lawyer christmas you know a lot of people number one selling album i think of all time it's always been up there and of course it's still selling the classic movie in banks he not right now well not at this moment what i mean is out there by you know we give it time we know we we will utilise at title at ninety years we'll be ends at a december in no time at all that a new version of it the nose 1983 during warmups before game in toronto new york yankees elfi eder dave winfield accidentally killed a seagull widow thrown baseball you recall what happened to winfield as the result now what repeat ago air from well yes that would it and mild after the game police arrested win for causing unnecessary suffering to an anibal oh no no is that it fortunately for him and for everybody the charges were dropped the next day because a judge was a bird brain and centers in god card arc i'm just trying to catch up from being letter today we we can invest the yesterday child.