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Fresh update on "andrews" discussed on Edelman Financial Services
"To help them. Steve. How you doing, man? Hey, great. Garrett, How are you doing? All right, So So Now you're on it again again, And this is not just a shot. It's just a reality. The P the GOP. Where are they? To help the parents. They are nowhere to be found. So the Patriot Party, which is just a bunch of conservative Republicans that want to make a difference. Um and you are making a difference. You were down at the Veil School board meeting a couple of weeks ago, which has caught the nation by surprise and shock and the nation is happy, More more school board. More parents are doing what what the parents did down there. With your advice and your help? Um you What do you want to see? Happen tonight at the salary to school board meeting? Yeah, I want to see the parents show up Bottom line. Just like what happened in Vail. We need people to show up and express their their their viewpoints in their frustration. We've been. We've been fighting back against the school boards for years. For many topics, you know whether it's the comprehensive sex education what they call now critical race theory. Different, very progressive and and damaging policies and in different in different curriculums that they've been implementing. So we've been fighting on that for years. Now, obviously, we've got a major issue with these masks. And Sarah Rita. Is not honoring the exceptions. For the parents. You know the medical exceptions, which we've talked about, if if, if a child or any individual has a medical reason for not wearing a mask. They don't have to. And they don't have to provide that reason yet again. That's not being honored, spoke. We're going to head down there again and hopefully speak to the school board, hopefully ensure that every parent that shows up that wants to speak to the school board is able to do so. Because at this point we're hearing that they're going to limit limit the amount of people that are going to get to speak. I hope that the school board at least doesn't walk out. I hope they have the guts to hear what people have to say. Nobody is wanting to be violent. These are parents that want to be heard. That's all it is. Parents that want to be heard. When you want parents to show up. I mean, and if they do get to speak what I think you tell me. I think they should stick to the facts and the science, not just the emotion and talking about rights being taken, but the facts in the science about masks. That's what I think What What do you think would be smart for them to say? Yes, it's good question, right? Because I think you can look at it from both both angles. Obviously, we've got the right as parents. Under Arizona statute to direct the medical decisions of our Children. I think you have to speak to that that this is a parental rights issue. At the school does not have. The government does not have the right to dictate to the parent how they parent, their child. I think you have to come at it from that angle, but at the same time What is the actual medical emergency that dictating the Children are wearing these masks for these muzzles? There's no science to back this up. You know, we've got some great parents down there in the sorry to school district who have been communicating. With with the superintendent and the board and they've been asking them for specific science or data to back up this mandate in this policy they've implemented. And again, the correspondents they received back is very vague at best. Well, we've implemented these policies based on speed EC. Guidelines and recommendations. And I think as you've even talked about Garrett, the CDC has been effectively coordinating with the schools to implement these arbitrary policies, which are not rooted in science. The left always says, Follow the science failure. US science denier well Apparently, they're the science deniers because they have nothing to back up that their policies Yep. You nailed it. And then I mean, look at look at what happened. It came out a couple days ago. The New York Times out of all places, which is not a conservative newspaper, right? They came out with a bombshell of a story. That says the CDC greatly overestimated the amount of cases of covid that people caught just by being outside the outdoor transmission. Um, they exaggerated it so much. There's a guy doctor Mu judge in this. The New York Times story. Dr Huge Civic, A virologist University of ST Andrews said the benchmark seems to be a huge exaggeration. In truth, the share of transmission that has occurred outdoors seems to be below 1%, maybe below 10.1%. And yet, the New York Times said it was as high as 10%. I mean, that's that's a giant difference, right? And we have kids running around outside, sweating, passing out in masks outside in the big heat we have here in Arizona and and you know, for school boards say we follow CDC guidelines. Not only did the CDC collude with the school boards to make sure that schools stay closed as much as possible. But now we find out that the C D. C got it wrong, big time about how dangerous it is because it's not at all to be outside without a mask. Yeah, They've been moving the goalpost this entire time, Uh, with the the way you've seen them operate over the last year, the C D. C. The World Health organization. All of these local municipalities. It's just been this constant moving goalpost. So at a certain point, you have to wonder. You know what? What is their real intention and plan here?.
Cicadas Delay White House Press Ahead of Biden Overseas Trip
"As president by the heads on his first overseas trip since taking office he's leaving behind an issue that's plagued the Washington area cicadas as he prepared to board Air Force One this morning I just got one job earlier they got reporters traveling to Europe before the president a swarm of cicadas over ran the press charter plane at joint base Andrews delaying the flight by several hours it was swapped for another which took off for the U. K. about four and a half hours before Air Force One left Sager mag ani Washington
Andrew Vaughn Helps White Sox Rally Past Blue Jays 6–1
"Andrew Vaughan homered and drove in a pair of runs as the white Sox rally for a six one victory over the blue jays Vaughn solo shot in the seventh tied the contest and his sac fly in the eighth was the go ahead run leading to a five run frame until that seventh inning Robbie ray was brilliant for Toronto as he struck out thirteen with no walks Carlos wrote down meanwhile pitched out of one jam after another before departing Garrett crochet we ended up with the wind for the white Sox who have won four of five meanwhile the blue jays have dropped three of four David Shuster Chicago
New York Governor Frustrated by Low Vax Uptake in Some Regions
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo's expressing frustration with the low rate of vaccinations and some areas far Rockaway queens Williamsburg Brooklyn Rochester city the governor says he hopes that by naming the zip codes in New York that have the lowest vaccination rate still inspire local health officials to target those regions the bottom ten percent of the zip codes are below thirty six percent Cuomo says the name and shame tactic work with hospitals that were slower to vaccinate their staff at the beginning of the vaccination drive focus your resources there I'm Jennifer king
The Case for Alternative Medicine With Dr. Andrew Weil
"What goes on in your mind. Really determines shapes your experience of the external world and i've applied that very much in my work with patients because i is fine over and over again that the root causes of illness are often in the mental emotional sierran not in the physical body or they're they're in both but conventional medicine has so ignored that non-physical part of ourselves and i think that's a great limitation science and medicine and airport of the world poorly nominated by materialism. You know a philosophy that says that the only thing that's real is that which can be seen in touched and measure and that if you see a change in the physical system because has to be physical non-physical of physical events doesn't compute not allowed for. So you know in hypnosis. There's so many demonstrations like you can touch person with the finger and you have them believe. It's a piece of red hot metal. And if they're a translate. Get an actual blister. I mean that is non physical causations of a physical event. If you try to get a doctor to look at that or scientist oh it's just a curious thing it doesn't have any meaning to me. The essence of science as open minded observation. That's where you start.
Technical Issue Causes VP Harris to Switch Planes
"A technical issue that involved no major safety concerns, has forced the plane of Vice President Kamala Harris to return to joint base Andrews in Maryland today, 25 minutes after she had left for her trip to Guatemala and Mexico. Vice president departed in another plane about an hour
Kamala Harris' Trip to Guatemala Sidetracked by Technical Difficulties
"That caused air force to to return to joint base. Andrews, the VP, telling reporters on the tarmac. She's fine. Are you OK? Yeah, it's not pretty everywhere that Harris was on her way to Guatemala and Mexico to discuss the migrant surge at the southern border. As controversy and debate rages of the origin of the Covid 19
Harris's Plane Forced to Return to Andrews After 'Technical Issue'
Braintree Offices Recovering From Friday Shootout
"A Braintree police officer who was shot Friday is out of the hospital officer Matt Donahue was released from Boston Medical Center yesterday afternoon. A second officer who was shot Bill Cushing remains hospitalized. The suspect, Andrew Harmon, was killed in the exchange of gunfire Friday. Police dog named Kit also was
"From Russia with Laughs" Interview w/ Famous Russian Comic Yakov Smirnoff Show #68 - burst 1
"Together came along a bit later in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. You came over to the us. But you didn't speak any english and used to talk about that. You kind of Didn't you kind of learn english off of television. Yeah and i had a good teacher. Andrew dice clay Roommate oh you will then yeah you teaching yielding nursery rhymes. Yes absolutely i. That's how i was learning english. I learnt more than average for every person who goes to school. You know. I didn't andrew dice clay. That's hilarious yes yes yes yes so i. I was very Well when umass me probably Seventy-nine i'm guessing because prior to death. I barely spoke english. So by the time i got you. I was already doing the comedy store. And i was. I was kind of Getting my feet wet. But he's definitely was being steps. You very very kind to poor are immigrants on stage and then we have some big success with us. Oh yeah you were one of my great discoveries when you first came to work for me but by the way was in nineteen eighty and you were a believe you started as a featured act. I don't think you ever open for me but you featured a couple times and then you were quickly a headliner because your humor in back then if you remember you would do a dance and a song and it was a it was a big production and people off
Andrew Puzder Compares Biden and Trump Tax Policies
"Because the tax cuts and jobs Act limited the itemized deductions. The amount paid in 2017 for itemized abductions under Obama and Biden was 1.4 trillion. Right, so they got to deduct 1.4 Trillion from their taxes. Their taxable income under the Under the tax cuts and Jobs Act under Trump in 2018, that number went down 55%. It went down to $600 billion, so it was went down more than half And most of that decline. Most of the reduction 59% was due to the elimination of the salt deduction, which is state and local taxes, which is a big bugger move for people in New York and California. And that's that's a deduction that Biden Pelosi and Schumer want to restore so that Spanish increase the tax, but but but restore this huge loophole for rich people. I mean, it's the insanity. It almost sounds like a like you're like you're messing with my Now I've gone over the data in your piece repeatedly. Other folks have written about it. I don't think as well as you did in your piece, and we're talking to Andy Puzder puzzler, author of the piece Biden and the 1% real clear politics, Folks, I strongly encourage you to read it. But what you're saying is some up because you know there again. There's some left this immediate people listening would have a tough time with this kind of stuff. You actually looked at the data. So this is inarguable their facts, their data points. They're not opinions and after Trump cut taxes, we were told us was a big, huge tax cut for the 1% totally false. They paid almost exactly the same amount as they did before the tax cuts. They paid a percentage of their income that is very high, especially compared to even some European countries. And even worse, it's liberals now who are trying to restore a salt deduction that primarily not primarily benefited the
Andrew Puzder on Media Bias and Lack of Coverage Regarding Lab Leak
"The media. You know, it's just kind of odd, Andy. This group think that set in whether it's the Wuhan Lab leak. This hunter Biden story, Um, whether it was the spy gate story. Don't you find it Bizarre that an entity that had one specific job and you're a former CEO? You're brilliant guy. The author of the Great Book The Capitalists. Come back, by the way, folks, check it out. Your former CEO If you had such a level of incompetence say you had someone in your company whose one job was to like, fix the ice machine and the ice machine is always broken. You would fire them yet the media keeps blowing it. I mean, how are the How do these people remain employed? You know it. It's actually inconceivable. I'm 70 years old. So I remember in the 50 60 seventies. When the media was leaned left, But you could still find out what was going on in the world. You can't find out what's going on in the world with the media the way it is today. Let's take what you were talking about. Did we finance The development of this virus. In what? Well, not only did we finance it, the second question is, did we then try and cover it up there when I was being finance it and then try and conceal it. That's the story of the
Upcoming UFO Report to Congress Creating Lots of Buzz
"U. S Intelligence report reached few conclusions. The origins of UFO's Congress will hear from US intelligence agencies and whether those close encounters with U. S military are a sign of extraterrestrial life or something else. U. S intelligence agencies will present a report to Congress by the end of the month on UFO sightings by members of the military lawmakers called for the report after the Navy declassified videos showing encounters that fighter pilots had in recent years. Skeptics claim the unidentified sightings could be some sort of advanced drones developed by Russia or China. Others say the videos are just cameras playing tricks on us. That's a B C's Andrew Delbert. Thankfully, there's no UFO screwing up the traffic because us humans are
White Women, Listen Up!
"I am thrilled to have you on again side. I know it's been a minute. And as much as the world has gone through the wringer and shifted these last few months. I'm sure you've experienced a lot of changes as well. I believe it was early. March when you and i spoke rate And at the time. We had regina as well. And i remember being so impressed with your radical honesty how you would unafraid to call out racism and also admitted to the nuances. It plays at the person level. So today what i want to do is i want you to build on the conversation further. And maybe we go in uncharted directions. Sure and i'm going to put on the spot now and snippet from your last episode. Take listen when. I ran for congress. The a pat the asian american. You know hack in. Dc has a big gala every spring and they invited all the asian americans for office and they're like eight of us running for congress at the time except for me. They didn't invite me. Do you know who invited me. And i went and they all died. Andrew yang invited me to go as his date so andrew and they all were like holy fuck. She came like and i was told by more than one person. There that they feel like my platform is too radical and alienating and do you know why it's because i had black lives matter on my website and i was told specifically to take that down because it's too alienating to a lot of asian people
Andrew Alliance Shares His Review of Dying Light 2
"Andrew you our guests she get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week. Dying light was really good. I'm glad we're able to get an update from them. And i watched the trailer and it was absolutely amazing. So just the divide for. I am legend and higher able to go through the city. And it's it's beautiful. And i'm glad we've got an update from those guys so absolutely fantastic. Yeah we got. We got a number of pre three games being showcased trying to get a little spotlight before the big week of the summer of games is what was really gonna be and a number of games like i said getting the spotlight. Getting a game played trailers for the first time. I'm sure we'll talk about all of them. I was gonna go grab. I completely forgot before we started. I was going to go. Grab my t shirt. That i got. That says dying too. I saw at first year. Which i think is at least two years old. Maybe three years old at least two years old. Yeah still have that shirt. I saw at first. But i didn't see it before right before it came out because it's been quite a while but it sounds like it's actually coming out december seven dying light to as you said We got a a new gameplay trailer. We get the official title which is dying light to stay human. Stay human. you know like that. Try to avoid being something other than you and yeah they talk about a number of big game play systems that result from choices that consequences happen based on how you interact with the world a lot of zombies chasing ya ngo you are fan of this franchise i take it. This is why you're excited i. I'm excited. I don't really play a lot of like you know horror games but there's just something abided than i. I want to
Russian Hackers Are Using 4 New Malware Families
"Do new attacks allow alteration of certified. Pdf documents researchers from ruhr university. Bocom have disclosed to new attack techniques dubbed evil annotation and sneaky signature on certified. Pdf documents that could potentially allow attackers to modify visible content without invalidating their digital signature. The attacks leverage the flexibility of pdf certification that allows signing or adding annotations to certify documents under different permission levels. The experts presented the results of the study at the forty. Second i tre. Police imposed him on security and privacy. Us says agencies fended off latest russian hack involving four new malware families. The white house says it believes us. Government agencies largely fended off the latest cyber espionage onslaught blamed on russian intelligence operatives. Ap t twenty nine also known as belgium saying that. The spearfishing campaigns should not further damage relations with moscow ahead of next month's planned presidential summit in this case the group gained access to an email marketing account of the us agency for international development us aid and targeted about three thousand email accounts at more than one hundred and fifty different organizations microsoft states. That four new malware families were used in the attack and html attachment need envy scout a download known as boombox a loader known as of zone and a shell code download or and launcher named vivere. Reach new epsilon. Red ransomware hunts microsoft exchange servers incident responders at cybersecurity companies. So i discovered the new epsilon red ransomware over the past week while investigating an attack at a us company in the hospitality sector. The researchers found that the threat actor breached the enterprise network by exploiting unpacked vulnerabilities in on premise microsoft exchange servers andrew. Brandt principal researcher at sophos says that the attackers may have leveraged the proxy log onset of unr- abilities to reach machines on the network
Ron Desantis On Crazy People
"So he was wrong to Santos at a press conference, pointing out the fact that the media for years of excuse me months, not years, precision matters said all that, Rhonda said this a conservative in Florida. What a terrible job handed the handle in the Corona virus. They call them Death. Santa's Florida What a mess Now that Florida's emerged from the Corona virus is one of the best performers not the worst, like Andrew Cuomo when the Liberals in New Jersey I understand this has had kind of enough of that crap. So he was him an oppressor the other day when they ask him about who the real crazy people are. Check this out. Normally, it's not all of our different normally open then. So so this is one of the first ones. I think they sent, like one of the corporate media outlets sent some reporter down. They were trying to make fun of Baker. Like all these yokels or having kids going school. How? How crazy are these people, right? Crazy people are the ones that are vaccinated. Still wearing six mass in New York City, I mean, to be honest with you.
First-Time Unemployment Claims Hit a New Pandemic Low
"First time. Claims number four hundred and six thousand as i said the lowest since the pandemic started a pretty solid sign. The labor market is working. It's way back but a we are nowhere near labor market normal and be that first time. Claims number is a look back. What already happened and with two dozen republican governors having said they are cutting off extra federal unemployment benefits some as soon as next week marketplace would megan mccarthy carino looks at the labor market yet to come. It's not just that extra three hundred dollars a week. In federal unemployment payments. Most of these states are ending. It's also benefits for gig. Workers freelancers and the long-term unemployed like marcellus row in dunwoody georgia where federal benefits will end june twenty six. I will be receiving nothing. Unfortunately i have no idea Going through live they buy day row lost his job at a public transportation agency last year and says he hasn't found work to match his previous pay- of sixteen dollars. An hour and all album is just not going to cut it as economies reopen and the dangers of the virus recede michael strain at the american enterprise institute says the additional benefits are doing more harm than good. I see in your market. Where employers clearly want to hire workers but there are not enough workers there to be hired he says scaling back benefits could incentivize more people to return to work but andrew staedtler at the century foundation says. It's not so simple we to believe that we can just turn the lights back on But that's not really how it works. Industries like tourism and entertainment have been slower to bounce and some people face. Health challenges were childcare issues caused by the pandemic that prevent them from finding work. Those are the ones on the federal programs. Those people that have the greatest barriers to work rising vaccination rates might make it feel like. We're done with cove ed. But he says covid isn't done with the
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Zooming out the number one thing they have to get back into series is as close to zero breakdowns involving non luca humans as possible on defense. If you clean up all of that you take fifteen points off the scoreboard and you make the mavs earn. It honestly is not the way you just. Don't give them bass you don't give them the game that gives you a chance. Look again i. I don't know what their odds are. I have enough respect for their talent coming back from two having lost the two games at home i don't know what do they have. A twenty five percent chance thirty percent chance twenty percent. They have a chance fifteen. Whatever it is but if they don't and they're going into this offseason coming off a first round loss they don't have a lot of options whether or not states or not and i think everyone is sort of agreed. He's more likely to stay. You're staring at your stared at inaugurate situation for potentially a very very long time. Which is the last thing any the last thing. The clippers above all franchises needs to be inaugurates situation for a very long time. I it's not that bad because pg or like thirty. They're still really really good. Even if you end up having to trade both them it's not like they're kevin love level trade value could like a net neutral. Pg better than that for co-pilot even it's not that bad but it's not great. Well it's like you know again. It's like what's your stomach for being like sort of competitive right and this was Kinda what happened like through the last ration- of this team right. The last few years of like sort of the the the the chris blake deondraye sort of core words. Like you spend two seasons. I'm cheers of about how good your and that's what happened in those years in those were not not happy years zach around that team like everybody was pretty miserable because i think at their core. Everybody knew they weren't good at us. And you know. I think when you have quite leonard new apple george You feel like you should be in an echelon of contender and and obviously i think if this ends the way probably will in this postseason you start to look around. I mean you fired the coach last year right. So you're you're you're not gonna probably make that change again. I would say. I think that seems pretty unlikely We talk about. I mean you could maybe make some adjustments and try to get some fresh eyes in the front office but like they've a ever like if they fire any of those guys like they're gonna go get hired somewhere else. They've all turned down jobs to be there right. Like trump register jobs to to to remain with the clippers and gotten raises. Mark uses interviewed for jobs. Michael wingers turn on other opportunities to stay with the clippers. Like so i. I don't know that you're gonna find new. You're going to upgrade their. That seems difficult And i don't even know what that looks like because then you're going to hire someone elson you. You know a blow up rebuild seems not palatable for steve ballmer for anybody and also not necessary. It's just it's hard to improve on the margins win you're going to be capped out as they are. And you have no draft picks. It's just hard to get a little bit better so you just kind of hope to get lucky i i. I don't know what it is ac. I mean it was fun when you wake paul george strait's like dow was interesting but it does sort of like your it feel like you're changing in a dollar for like four quarters a little bit like i don't know that you're ever really like altering the amount of money you have in your hand. Yeah i'm not ready to quite go through the paul george trajan up in in game three in dallas Whether they fight what happens if demands are up eight at halftime. You know all that stuff see what this team has them. Damn waikiki you can. You can read and listened to him at the la times. He has a newsletter to. It's always good to see you. I'm going to be los angeles in ten days. I don't know if they'll be any basketball games for us to go to maybe los angeles. i know. Yeah right if so basketball sankey from on over in that. Seedless dan beer..
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"That like you kinda know that. This is going to be pretty north-south. Luca is all directions at all times. I mean hitting just like that. One footed runner is the type of shot. That like you see a guy. Shoot at lifetime fitness in like those summer videos we all freak out like oh james. It's going to add this repertoire. Like is he going break on site. No way he'll ever really do that. Doesn't appraising you. Mrs we all ask like lucas hitting shots in the playoffs. Right now and look. I do think what thai lewis said is sort of like. I mean it sounds ridiculous. It's our will like we're gonna see if you can still do it. I think them shooting sixty percent from three. I think what tim hardaway's doing which has been just. He has destroyed the clippers this year. I think i texted you. Ride like in the five games against him. This year tim hardaway's plus seventy four or something like that. He's he's scored forty nine points. Seventeen of twenty seven shooting. Eleven of seventeen threes in this series did in the regular season. I mean like he is they they lose him and it is a huge problem and they need like they will not win the series. They will not win games if they cannot kinda carell some of these other guys but everyone says you know just take the ball out of lucas hands. Make the other guys into this is an nba team. You could you do that. Five percent more shirt. Like ideally your ideal. Defense is luke takes a lot of long twos and some step back threes and you shrug your shoulders if he beats you over your best defenders not over pots right and some offers zubac's on switches and other than that you trap him here and there and and it works in the ball gets directed to exactly right guy at exactly the right time with exactly the right amount of time on the shot clock like that's not real life though. If you just trap. Luca fifty times tim. Hardaway is going to make practice shot three pointers maxi cleveland's gonna make practical dicky's gonna make gonna shoot lamps to because like with the state of the clippers defense right now to. It's not like. I trust this team to be making three four five rotations. Either is accurate. Like you've seen this leg. They're literally three stooges at times. They like run into each other guys. Who left shrugging their shoulders. Like aren't you supposed to be three stu icee keystone cops for three students. Neither of which is a reference that anyone over seventy five years old has actually seen on television in the movies. Ski down kinds loves keystone. Switch saying.
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Pg thing which. I don't care what anyone says. Now it was a coup and it was considered a coup at the time. And what i wrote at the time and this is what i heard from another front office person that it was a deal that could be could come back to haunt them but also one that they had no choice but to do. Because the whole point of accumulating all these extra picks. Get one for more hardcore. Here you get a couple for tobias. The whole point is to get guys like hawaii. Leonard and paul george. That's why you do that when you're in los angeles if you're in oklahoma city or memphis or wherever that's not the point of cumulated knows picks at least not in that way now when those guys got their remember they were in a position of it was almost process sixers in which they were they were in the whole. Why it's like they. Lost picks into jeff. Green deal jared dudley salary and so a lot of like blake griffin trade and the tobias harris trade. A lot of that was yeah. I don't know if we want to pay these guys their next contract and we're setting up for capturing but some of it also was we need to start recouping assets to us down the line and they didn't get everything right right. I was going to say to the other thing was like and then they also because they were sort of veteran teams actor in that stretch like they drafted players and never played them either right. They didn't really develop anybody in house so then they were free until you know. Shake his alexander walks. The door like big didn't really have a young future. Right i mean reggie bullock is probably the best traffic the doc rivers era. You know and he barely played for them during that stretch. And you're right like we talk about like what like lawrence and what winger have done. I mean you can. I've i've i've heard clipper fan complain like it's indefensible. That you draft annual arturo. Instead of zombie said xavier. Tillman like zaba told him. I was gonna throw that out. But like i mean is it. Is that teams missing early. Second round all the time like that's a dice. Throw you know what i mean. And like they don't need. Xavier was on the clippers. He probably wouldn't play because they've got twelve rotation guys already. So you consider a nit-pick the cabin gala. Pick the jerome robinson pick and this and that like the bottom line is there. Hit rate is what it is. It's pretty good and that trade. They just i always thought the real pain of the kawai. Pg trade was not the it was shay and as far as we all know that all that stuff was just not impressively had them over a barrel. Dig out everything and this is where we are and you know i mean. There were voices inside that room. That didn't wanna do that. Trade there were i. i can say that that they were because of shea. There were people like we don't wanna trade shea I don't think you can go to steve balmer and say we're gonna keep chicago's alexander that means we're not going to get quieter. Paul george now look who knows if they would have still gotten coalisland leonard to right like it was. Maybe it was a bluff. Maybe it wasn't. I don't it's weird kind of what we know about koi leonard now him standing off the ball watching lebron james initiate offense for two seasons seems like i don't think that's something he would want to do But yeah the what. what what what. What alternate alternative is he taking. It's a great is a great question. Maybe there isn't any. Is he staying in toronto. That doesn't make it was the thing that oh no. Let's talk about this series. And so here's some of the things are going wrong in this series if you wanna talk about if you want to criticize their process will here's some things They're getting zero out of canard who they traded for and paid a lot of money. Not playing a baca is clearly way south. One hundred percent to the point that they barely played in game. Two of that actually looked okay and game to maybe plays more than game. Three morris has been a disaster through two games and look i. I was one of the. I can't i can't lie. I liked the marcus morris straight for them. I thought he made a lot of sense in terms that they're building this team of big wings. That can switch everything. Yeah he's a ball stopper. I told myself but he won't do that. In the with the clippers will become a spot up guy who abuses mismatches now and then by the way. And if i see one. More marcus morris 20-footer over to hardaway junior. I've thrown my laptop on the floor. If you have tim hardaway junior you be bigger than him and do something good with it. And they're getting nothing out of him and so those things are hurting them. And look paul. George leonard sixty nine points on twenty six forty three shooting in game two. And you lose you. Because the other guy's got you nothing. Beverly getting you. Nothing except trucked by lucas dodging embarrassed on national television. Luca dodgers screaming at his face up and down the floor and your defense has been a complete tire. Fire really distort is going to be right now to clippers right. Because we're the clippers are staring into the best and all this and it's fun and everyone likes to make fun of the clippers to story of the series is lucas dodge and to a lesser extent. Tim hardaway junior. But luka doncic has completely torn them apart now for two playoff series and dave had no coherent answer for them for him and the biggest story of game too was dead. All of these breakdowns. Seventy five percent of which did not involve lucre fifty percent of which did not evolve luca just botched switches miscommunication. One guy switches. One guy doesn't and then they look at each other. They're yelling at each other. They're appointing each other. They look like a team. That has too many voices in their head. Too many game plans many set specific schemes. That are trying to do and they just fell apart. Defensively is going to beat you here and there. You can't fall apart and give josh richardson. A wide open three. You can't fall apart and give porzingas to dunks. You can't fall apart and give you know a tim. Hardaway a wide open three. Because you miscommunicate those things you can't do at. That's the biggest problem is that luka has them spooked and they're playing horrible defense. Yeah i know he is like completely like watching like just watching them. Just crumble in these situations right. It's like it's it's a stress test or exact. And that is what he is doing to the clippers defense and.
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"So yes barclays center. I i will draw a line in the sand. Barclay center is cooler when i look at the celebrities. Show up courtside when it's cooler but it's still it's still like the cool it is it's gonna is. That's a scorcher eight. I want you to get specific now. Who are the celebrities in her showing up at brooklyn games that make cooler. So i think that madison square garden historic. It is eaten. It is enduring in the fact that it is like a little bit. Sh- laghi a little bit You know i liked it. The what she'll be. It's a little sticky. It's a little like the building sweats. It's a little the food is in you. Know it's it's it's it's. This is my take the games that have gone down in their concerts. That take place. Nearby blah blah blah blah blah historically. Nothing touches madison square garden. The knicks still. You know. I walking around new york city in terms of fan ratio in especially in manhattan next round the town. That being said when you go to barclay's it's like the sleek black the theater lighting you see beyond say sitting courtside. It's like travis scott sitting courtside. When i go to madison square garden. Like the actor who plays elliot stabler. I love law and order. Svu like that's not beyond say. That's not travis scott. It's the young cool hip diverse. That's brooklyn just ask you bet. You made a cogent argument..
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Range at all in minimal ball skills. But the jazz didn't get to shop at the superstar grocery store. The guy who was their franchise started allegedly gordon hayward he left for boston so they drafted mitchell they stole rudy gobert at the end of the first round and other left to do their best to make a work around them to grizzlies are going to have to do the same thing with john. Bryan jaren jackson. Whatever think it and by the way they've cut and quite a lot. Mike conley amorphous oil. Were not like late twenties in their prime super stars when the grizzlies cut bait on both way past their primes and the grist still got well. It looks now like a lot of value for them. Calling into listen to this grayson. Allen jae crowder. Two first round picks one of which turned into brandon. Clark indirectly anti giant trade exception. And the deal which they used to absorb. Andre goodall longtime grizzly odriozola and another first round. Pick from the warriors. They got the draft pick. That became desmond bane in a funky three team trade with boston and portland. Anthony melton came at a salary dump with phoenix kyle. Anderson looks underpaid. Now all good stuff on the margin they turned marcus soul with a year and chain left on his deal into yoenis balance. Eunice three second round picks jonas by the way is one of my favorite stories in the entire nba. David gale who is a former assistant for the raptors kicking button europe. The last years he told me a story once about going out to eat with young javy toronto and being in awe of how much aided steakhouse left. This is according to david and didn't exactly dispute us. Foul tunas called a local pizza in order to pizzas. You could pick up on the way home for dinner so to say the raptors wondered one valid. Tunis would really start taking his conditioning seriously. Even though we always took basketball seriously always worked his butt off at practice after practice all that finally in the summer of twenty four jerry who runs the raptors challenged him fouled. Tunis ditched all his junk food and did two days all summer with david gale in los angeles and the end of the service one of my favorite stories. They went out to nobu nobu of course for some fancy sushi and to celebrate it. Some are of good work. And yona said i'm having beer can't stop me from heaven beer and i also wanted a mama and here's the rule coach gail for every order of eta. Mommy we get. We're drinking a beer david. Gill remembers five. Orders made five beers and probably doesn't remember about jobs from the from that night in la with yoenis and yoenis gotten better steadily since then the best part of all of it is that with the exception of an occasional slow motion three pointer. He is not improved by changing his game wholesaler. Becoming this hip stretch fight that everyone wants. It doesn't even have the ability to do that. Really he just became the very best version of himself in interior masher who is tireless on the glass of works. Hard on defense. Even though he's not the fastest dude. One of the joys of this season in these grizzlies. who's been watching on fallant. Unicef just beat the hell out of people all game long anyway. The grizzlies rebuild hasn't been perfect. Obviously does perfectly in the nba. They traded a lot in talent and cap space. For justice winslow. Who's been injured mostly in really bad when healthy and is really not even in the rotation now imagine if this team still had jae crowder who was in that justice windows deal but mistakes happen to every office. Maybe that was big one. Maybe the cap space. They sacrifice wouldn't have yielded anything meaningful. Anyway i tend to think it was kind of a smaller one medium at worst totally recoverable. Anyway utah almost certainly going to win this series. But the grizzlies have something going and it starts with john. Moran one of the league's best young stars. Now let's transition into balik andrews on the nets and i just want to clarify this. When can i talk a little bit about the knicks fans taunting trae young and fan behavior. In general we did not. I did not at least know that there was someone allegedly spit trae on during the game. So obviously don't do that. Don't throw popcorn players. It's not that hard to just boo and have fun. Let's get on.
"andrews" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Driven everyone Before we bring in balik andrews to talk about the nets. Dan wicky to talk about the clippers disastrous. Start to the playoffs. I wanted to talk a little bit about jazz grizzlies specifically about the grizzlies since utah with donovan mitchell. Back almost certainly going to win that series and the grizzlies are making their mark. I want to give them a little love. Of course the highlight of game to last night. Was john marantz. Attempted murder of rudy gobert by dunk which go bare rejected to his credit and that dunk the tried. It all says everything. About how audacious dude ben. Since he walked into the this is a point guard who in his third career game blocked kyrie irving the buzzer of regulation and talk to junk to everyone. Eighty or shot about it including kyri who seems to be every young players idol. But the thing that i noticed on that dunk even as much as a highlight was how it came to would be dunk. It came off a given. Go with kyle anderson and that's a reminder of something else. The mirant has the craft of the veteran and the feel and willingness to play within a team concept from day. One moran is weaponized. Who speed is an off ball cutter those cuts. They don't just open up scoring opportunities and highlight dunks for him there away for getting into the lane. Kick the ball out to an open teammate. Think about this. We don't celebrate many twenty one year old stars for their ball cutting especially ones with supernatural athleticism late moran. He has a lot of hetty veterans stuff to his game and he uses it to empower teammates. He's already master at the pass. Fake he doesn't in the lane on the pick and roll like modern. And joe ingles stricken big guys left and right. He does it on the perimeter. He'll fake an extra passed. The whole defense will jump that way and then they'll drive into the lane and find somebody and he doesn't do those things just to score even if he does score a lot and those past fixer away from to flick up. Those gorgeous gorgeous floaters that he's becoming a master at those pass. Fakes break defense. They open up possibilities from rant. And it's not just about that. One possession marantz too smart for that. He knows if i pull that off once. I'm going to have you thinking over thinking next time. I arrive at that same spot with those same options in who knows what possibilities might emerge for him and his teammates. This is what is so peeling. He has never not for one second. Played like someone who cares one iota about being the face of the grizzlies controlling the team about making the grizzlies belong to him. Somehow and you talk to people within the grizzlies and they say he doesn't carry himself like that either. I've written a lot over the last couple years about being all in iran as a tent pole star from episode. That general attitude is a lot of why i'm all in like that. The best franchise stars make their teammates. Wanna play harder. Wanna play for each other. Wanna play for their star. Mirant is going to be that kind of franchise star. That doesn't mean these perfect. Obviously as a long way to go on defense so do most young stars who carry a huge burden offense his answers to upright the grizzlies hide about non-threatening guys like russell and the olot in this series in utah tore the grizzlies up on the pick and roll in game two to the point that they had poor. You want us foul judas blitz. Mike conley donovan mitchell because nothing else was working and of course the other big area of mirant to improve his jumper teams are ducking under picks daring him to shoot all that we see that. We've seen that lots of young guards. You know what brand hit about thirty eight percent of his last one hundred fifty three. That's a good sign. You looks confident or at least not not confident. I bet on ranch jumper getting good enough. I bet on brand in general. Are the grizzlies gonna win title sunday with maria. Who knows miranda's just six three. Most of the last three years have been dominated by the apex predator. Wings that a good portion of that of course to players michael jordan in the broad james jaren jackson junior is marantz co star and he has struggled a bit to find his place as a medium usage. Stretch power four next to balance unisom mirant and sometimes a backup center. He sometimes feels like an afterthought and that's not that unusual for inbetween kind of big man who play a lot of power for it's happening to john collins in atlanta. He's a sideshow to the clint cappella. Trae young pirelli as twelve points in two games against the knicks. What is a super fund first round series. He had zero game to hell. It even happens. The anthony davis sometimes. Now davis has obviously in another stratosphere from these guys as a post player picket role threat all that and he's also obviously one of the five or six best defensive players live so he's always impacting the game somehow even if egypt's a little bit on offense we don't even know what position jaren jackson juniors best said on defense yet but these are all high class problems. Memphis is a small market non-glamorous city. Those teams don't get to pick their superstars their foundational players from the free agency superstar grocery store multiple top ten in their prime. Do not and have not teamed up to go to those kinds of markets. You take what you can get in the draft. What the lottery. God's give you and you make it work. The jazz are kind of a fitting opponent in that sense. If you create a two franchise stars in a lab you've probably would not create a six one hybrid scoring guard and a seven foot center with dose shooting.
Andrew Cuomo made dumb decisions
"Did you come? I was like I got an idea. Let's put a bunch of sick people in a a home for a nursing home or elderly People reside who are very susceptible of core advice. Let's put them in there. I mean, what could happen What could happen? Tens of thousands of people could die, and that's what did happen. The alternate reality they live in is destroying this country, ripping it apart by the threads every single day because we can't agree on a common set backs. So, as I said before the break The other myth, the media and liberals promoted, which made people made really stooped this stupid decision. Police were the enemy, which led to de funding. The police led to a massive spike in crime. I just gave you the numbers before the break, fax and data that stuff matters, you'll get it on this show.
"andrews" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Mario anything and they're calling it kind of the comfort food of streaming services like at some of the old movies. One that i'm going to be dialed into his. I watched at the theater. American hustle jennifer lawrence like all the movies back in the day. You were kind of watching and you miss and this is the perfect time to do it for me. After sunday after the super bowl. I'm gonna kick back. Because i've been working you. You know since september nonstop and i'm gonna get down in watch all the movies and shows i haven't seen a while you can also check out. Some of the box shows while masked singer mass dancer. Lego masters for your kiddos hell's kitchen. That's what mine is normally like a. Yeah just get back to get back to being on my couch if missed it so much. I'm a big fan of streaming. Do you know the significance of the name tubi or were they came from. Or i'm trying. I was trying to think of the correlation. Hopefully somebody from choubey tax me. I was just curious. 'cause i i see the nbc the peacock because they have the emblem. And then what's the other one for. Hbo mac hbo. But but it was like wouldn't aaron. Just make it up. I'm sure it's fine to be or not to be really which free that's key. That's it's massive in compliment with all your other streaming services so tv dot sorry to be dot tv. You guys have thrown me off with this question. I was like i'll just curious. I was just curious. We want to hear this. But i was just curious like what was it the i liked it. It's catchy are in big trouble for dialing in on that all the other stuff here but nothing on that. You should make up a new reason for that name every time you do an interview about it or maybe it's an acronym the undisputed bitching dependent right Pre that's what we wanted to get across to be or not to be somewhere. There's a bunch of people literally texting each other on. What does it mean. They're gonna hit you with that guy You've also got a fashion line whereby erin andrews. What's what how would you describe the look. Well i would describe it is. I need to get on board and get your wife's chargers gear it's team apparel. It's all cool. However she's a she's a steelers fan because he's from pittsburgh but donny john subtype. I'll give her. I'll give her. I'll give her chargers. I'll give her steelers so if she wants to get along with your maybe knock the exxon's good. Oh i love that. that's more. Just leave it up. Two years ago we started in the nfl. The see how it redo kicks jazz. We were so excited. I'll tell you behind the name where.
"andrews" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Now on zoom sportscaster. Marv girl erin andrews. Welcome to the show. Erin how are you what's up. Hey how you doing. I'm doing well doing well. Where are we talking to you from. I'm in los angeles not in tampa for the super bowl. Wouldn't you normally be down there too. I feel like those are like the random places always run a right. Yeah no you know. Unless it's like mighty i've gotten to the point now or maybe at the age unless it's my team which was never gone the chargers that's my team. Yeah i'm l. a. All the way but the chargers armory team. Hey we just got rookie of the year just in her rookie of the year..
"andrews" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
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"andrews" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"All right baby boomers pay attention because according to the review of a according to a review of the book. We are about to talk about now by terry castle. Baby boomers and i confess. I am one this according to the review prepare to squirm and shake your increasingly arthritic. Little fists for here comes sas. Helen andrews senior editor at the american conservative. Helen andrews is our guest book is called boomers the men and women who promised freedom and delivered disaster. What made you want to write this ellen. Basically michael i wrote it because i'm a millennial. And as everybody knows the millennials and the baby boomers are natural enemies Around the time of the financial crisis. I started looking around at my peers and my friends my age and i noticed that things were a lot tougher for us than they had been for our parents when they were our age. We didn't have the luxury of going to college at a time when you can pay off a semester's tuition with a couple of nights a week. Working you know sweeping floors at the chemistry lab. We graduated with five or six figures of college. We graduated into an economy where most jobs were gig. Economy jobs are unstable job not the nice stable one that our parents and graduated into so this book was my attempt to figure out what happened and why the millennial predicament ended up the way that it did obama. This is going to go over like a ton of bricks. A millennial arguing to my baby boomer audience. Why they had it easier than she did. I like this but let's talk about the book so you you say one of the paragraphs talks about how you went through. I guess six baby boomers that had great intentions but ended up. Talk about that if you will. That's right that's right. I did not wanna just talk in generalizations about the baby boomers so i picked six individuals to keep things a little bit more concrete. You in the review. It says she reveals the essence of boomer nece. They tried to liberate us. And instead of freedom. They left behind chaos..
"andrews" Discussed on The First Degree
"Podcast that you might end up on my name. Is jack panic. I'm sitting far away from alexis. Linkletter and billie jensen and welcome to our loss episode of a three part series on michelle even andrews twenty eight year old couple. Who is murdered in their home gateway florida on december. Twenty seventh of two thousand five and we still have to. I raised with us. Who are intertwined in this case from the start to finish an- honestly i commend any of our. I use that have weeded this long until today to listen to all three episodes in succession. Because that's that's a hard one. That is hard but i understand that plate so good on you for the self control. Yeah we love the self control and we hope that it was worth it. But billy what day is today. Today is january twentieth. It's very big day for one reason which we'll get to in a second but also national cheese lovers day. Oh while now both of you girl over here is a cheese monger. We all say our favorite cheeses. Yes okay. I'll go first goat cheese. I have several favorites. I like hot brie with like honey in like a very rapid pillsbury crescent rolls. And then. that's that a baked. Brie a baked breeze incredible jacqueline. We've bonded over so many baratas you know. Oh my god. I forgot about barada. And then i love like a monterey jack a taco or a case of dea I love like a bear. I mean it just goes. I love fontana i mean it just goes on and on. I know it really does go on. I mean just a good. you know. Unexpected cheddar from trader. Joe's is one of my favorite cheeses to put on our charcuterie board. It is unexpectedly delicious. Yes the best day of twenty twenty one so far foreshore billy. Do you eat cheese. Or is that one of the weird things you don't do cheeses smoked gupta with probably be my favorite okay. Everybody go have a nice cheese board today. I think that you know it's time to celebrate. Hoods you could also celebrate. Because it's inauguration day yeah mother. The time couldn't have come soon enough so we're recording this little bit early. I hope it has been a day. Otherwise yes sorry for the jovial light-hearted talk if something.
"andrews" Discussed on The Ten News
"We're sharing our favorite books of twenty twenty. It's the ten news top. ten number. Ten from the desk gives zoe washington. Janine marks a captivating debut novel tackling topics of family love and justice in smart and compelling fashion number nine clap when you land elizabeth a available a novel packed with the exploration of imperfect forgiveness loss and grief number eight of space aaron and try to kelly set in one thousand nine hundred six. This middle grade novel does a fantastic job of blending. The exploration of friends family and science number seven class act by jerry craft a funny powerful companion book to new kid. Class act follows drew's experience is one of the only people of color in esteemed private school number. Six tristan strong destroys the world by kwame volume. The second book and the tristan strong series is an action packed adventure from start to finish and it's written a page turning style. The both young and older readers can enjoy stick around till the end of the ten to hear the rest of our list. If you've ever seen the sound music the original. Mary poppins or any of the princess. Diaries movies you've seen the amazing talent of the legendary. Julie andrews now also a bestselling author julie. Andrews hosts a podcast with her daughter. Emma walton hamilton. Who is a writer and arts. Educator and emma's daughter hope hamilton a seventeen year old student and actress. The podcast called julie's library features these three generations discussing their favorite children's books speaking with authors and bringing stories to life. I recently got the chance to speak with them about what it's like to host a podcast with your family. It was really exciting. Hello thank you so much for joining us. This is julie i this. Is emma such a pleasure to be here and this is help. Thanks for having me so first question. Was it always intended to be done as a family project. And why was it important to you to do it. As a family project we wanted the podcast to be something that could be multigenerational families could sit down and listen to altogether parents grandparents children of different ages in so what better way to do that. We thought than to have multigenerational voices on the podcast possible and so was natural fist. Indeed it was yeah. I don't think. I knew that i was going to be on the podcast. I i think it was like. Oh they want you for one episode. Then you know it did really well only want you for another episode. Yet was really nice. It was quite a nice surprise and superfund so it is super fun. Yeah i think it's really cool that we all get to work together kind of experience this together because it's a new thing that none of us have done before no navy's pleasure of doing it together. Isn't it hopi him. It's just a lovely cousy. Sheila enjoying the moment and i think we believe in what we do. And it's just lovely to bring it to audiences. Yeah definitely so to talk about that a little bit more. How do you approach it from a multigenerational perspective because you have such different points of view coming into this. How do you approach it and give voice to the different generations. Well the one thing that i do believe in very firm is that the best idea wins it whether we're writing or doing the podcast or coming up with the thought and so we might discuss it or even discuss it somewhat heated sometimes but i think we both recognize that the best idea does and the one that resonates makes. The most sense is where we go. Emma you want to add anything to that. Yeah i i would just say i think it also helps that we are that almost everybody in the family is creative to to one degree or another and we all have creative backgrounds can qiliang anyway but i mean we all in various ways have worked in theater and and we've worked creatively together in other capacities before the podcast. Even if we're working together. I think what we all know is that first and foremost we're family. Were not colleagues and so it's kind of a different way of approaching it because at the end of the day you just you go back in you live with them. That's likely put hopi dialing the the love and kindness that we share with each other comes first so we don't really even if we we don't even argue that even if there's like a slight problem like me getting a little bit bossy once in a while he you a few too many acting. That's okay no. But i should it some well when when not collaborating from far we are family. First and it from my point of view flows that much more easily and it truly is fun and lovely to do and to share. It is a gift for me. How do you choose the books that you read and the guests that you have. We started out by all of us agreeing that we wanted the choices to be as diverse as possible to address as broad range of subjects and cultures and ideas and people as possible. Because we wanted can i. Can i just into interrupt donny and say that the one thing we decided on was picture books though that's the kind of themes that we go for that's true. We are sticking to picture books at this point or at least season one was specifically picture books but we wanted all the picture books. We chose to be as diverse as possible because our audiences diverse because our listeners are diverse. And we wanted children everywhere to be able to hear themselves and see themselves reflected in the stories we chose but because we choose or set ourselves the task of reading mostly picture books. Of course on the podcast. We can't show the pictures but we do try very hard to choose subjects that we can read aloud well and then with the help of sound effects music and so on a hopefully the listener can picture what those lovely autistic contributions would be. But it's it does make it difficult. Mostly the pictures in a picture book. Tell the story is will set me as much as text. I think that's probably one of the biggest challenges we had. Isn't it out to find stories that stand alone without the art you know and and yet have the diversity as well right hosting a podcast with three generations of my family would be bought nanna. I wondered how julie's library was handling the additional challenge of recording their podcast while social distancing. Because we've been recording during cogan are early episodes were recorded in a recording studio but we had to obviously locked down and so american public media gear to both of our homes and we set up sam our son. Our engineer set up the gear for us in my.
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"andrews" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show
"In two thousand fifteen. . The author of Cities Must Retain Andrews and his business partner sold their product business. . A small team of fifteen people and they're able to sell the business for a multi seven figure amount now Dan. Says . he doesn't regret selling the business, , but he does regret some of the decisions he made along the way or even how he went about selling the business. . One of the things that he shares in the book are some of the takeaways or some of the findings he gathered when interviewing other entrepeneurship sold businesses, , and the interesting thing is, , is that when people sell a business not because they're like I'm selling this business because the optimal time to sell and I'm going to cash in and I'm GonNa, make , all this money. . Most people say the sold their business. . Because they were just tired they were rundown. . There are ready to move on these just weren't enjoying the process anymore. . and. . That's not a good place to be when you're selling your business. . Why? ? Because you're just not gonNA get top dollar you're in a vulnerable place. . So in this book, , Dan, , Andrews Five thought experiments for you to go through five things for you to consider scenarios that, Hey, , , what if you did this instead or what if he did this before you sold? ? And the names of these five experiments are the lifestyle ladder, , the mock tax rebate with the mediocre CEO the hidden upsides. . The cash conundrum and finally the dirty secret. . Now, , I wouldn't be doing Andrews Justice if it went deep into what these thought experiments are had to do them, , he does a great job explaining how to actually set these up in your mind and make sure you consider them. . Before you exit. . They're. . designed. . To give you clarity and confidence. . As you think about selling your business. . Now, , I, , want to say that the reason why this book is so helpful is it's so different from other business books that Talk Selling Your Business this book on about how to get the most money for your business or negotiated deal or even when is the best time to sell? ? It actually deals with a far greater important matter. . When it comes to selling your business, , you and the emotional side of things, , your identity after sell really understanding why you want to sell in maybe you can sell that problem that's causing a cell without selling this book is Actually Abou- making sure you're making the right decision when it comes to selling your business and presenting some alternatives. . A lot of people don't consider other options. . I'll share with you many people still business because there's just tired of the day to day work, , they have to do managing people being on top of everything and just the daily pressures of growing and expanding and looking over your shoulder when competition is loom, , Inc. . so they say, , you know what? ? I want to wash my hands of this and I want to sell this business cash-out born people forget about when you sell your business is that you probably are selling your greatest asset. . It's your money maker. . It's the thing that has the most value probably in your life we're talking monetary value. . Of course, , you really should think twice before just giving it up. . One alternative is, , why don't you just remove yourself from the business I know that sounds overly simplistic but plenty of people do it where they say you know what I don't WanNa, , do this business anymore I'm gonNA hire a CEO. . I'm going to hire a president of operations or president for my company to take over and I'm not gonNA work. . I'm basically GONNA retire I'm GonNa give this person salary maybe it will give him a a slice of profit share have some sort of bonus scheme and this person is going to be fresh blood. . They're gonNA come in and guess what I have a money making machine on my hands any profits I make can go into my pocket I can maybe work out if I can pay myself a salary as a director and just me with my president once a month and the rest of my days I could be semi-retired. . On other projects, , this is actually an option. . A lot of people do why? ? Because they just can't sell their business maybe they don't find the right buyer maybe they can't find the right price. . So instead of saying, , okay, , I'm a slave to this. . They say, , no, , I'M GONNA leave the business and I'm going to hire somebody to take over and what this does. . It turns your mindset from being a business owner into an investor and this is really one of the gems of this book got us are looking at. . Your Business as an investment, , how much time and effort and <hes> you know capital we've put into this business. . Are you getting your return on investment if not change things around and remove yourself from the business as if you were an investor as if you are buying this business, , imagine you're buying your own business what would you do? ? Maybe you would just say, , Hey, I'll , hire somebody to to run it a new CEO and I will get a return on my investment. . You can do this with your own business. .
"andrews" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"It's Alec Baldwin here. We're going to take the next couple of weeks off. And we thought we would reach into our archives and give you one of our favorites that we released in January. I have two thousand fifteen who better to celebrate the holidays with than the one the only Julie Andrews this is Alec Baldwin. And you're listening to. Here's the thing my chance to talk with artists lists policy makers and performers to hear their stories. What inspired their creations? What decisions changed their careers? What relationships influenced their work purely Andrew? There's a.
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"andrews" Discussed on World Cafe
"Yeah okay this is courtney andrews with kindness of strangers in the when you to the the lugging similar so vehicle performing so beautifully here at the world cafe courtney andrews kindness of strangers her new album is called mayor kindness remain forty thank you so much for being here thank you so much for having me a pleasure you're listening to the world cafe.