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"arline" Discussed on Streams of Income

Streams of Income

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"arline" Discussed on Streams of Income

"You're a little more confident in once you learn how to find those products you know you can tell this. Keep says the cells autun all the time. Then you might be confident to send in a few more. But i always try to send it in test small It's a lower risk. You know it's a lot smarter to start with that lower risk But also you wanna make sure that it. Well you want to know that. There's no issues that it actually does sell like. You assume it's going to sell before you jump in spread Deep by allied. Spread your things out if you have you hundred dollars to spend. Don't spend everything on one item and just fill your car up with that. One item find know ten fifteen twenty different items or whatever you can find. A few of each of those is a lot better to spend your money on that. Then you have all of those products that are able to be sold on amazon. And you guys didn't start with fifty thousand dollars did you. Now we just start with a few hundred dollars Like i said i did. A lot of parties supply items. We didn't allow dollar store things. We started with really inexpensive stuff so we can watch our money grow quicker that way a good fit for us. Yeah while and there's also even free strategies like if you had zero dollars we talk about things like consignment or looking things around you guarantee. All of us have things sitting at our home in our garage that we're not using any more that you can flip on facebook marketplace or ebay or whatever and earn some money to invest into other products on the amazon. So even if you have zero dollars still plenty of opportunity to do this. So we talked about arline arbitrage retard. Triage Let's see okay. Let's talk about some of the mistakes. So can you think of a mistakes. Made june retard charge. Or if not you. What are the common some of the communist exceed people make. I've definitely made mistakes. And i've learned from them so why you know. I have some tidbits of wisdom here honestly. I don't know anybody that started this business in that hasn't at some point off. Wow i shouldn't have done that and learn from it and you learn to learn very quickly to pivot and adjust but really when we started doing this. We were not looking at..

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"arline" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:36 min | 8 months ago

"arline" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Coming into this game against tampa but look. I thought stafford look pretty good again. He had one really bad pass. But i thought he was good. The rams rush defense was a little concerning to me personally and we saw a little bit of that against the bears to so. That's something i think. They need to kind of tighten up a bit their secondary pretty tight for the most part still but the because jalen ramsey group is just incredible but the run defense little surprised how a week for the first two games look. It's joey and against chicago. It's a good win against indianapolis you're off to a start but the real action gets started this sunday when the super bowl champions come to town we got. Your boyfriend is coming to town. That's right my man. Crush the raiders. Go give me your thoughts. Unbelievable win. I mean to have the ravens in week. One with the crowd filled and the emotion of week one to have a short week. 'cause you played on monday night to have to travel west to east to go to a hostile environment like pittsburgh to win that game. That is the win of the weekend. In my opinion there were a lot of great wins a lot of great and close games. The win of the weekend goes to the raiders that win against pittsburgh that makes people think the raiders could be real. Look it had me. Ask the question. I don't think there's any question. I'm i'm most impressed of the two teams with the raiders. Because of that because of who they won against and look. I'm not trying to take away anything from tom. Brady and those guys but the cowboys i feel like okay and atlanta's stinks okay. The broncos schedule has been stinky. The panthers actually to me are fairly impressive to anno- considering who they've played in the rams Fairly impressive as well. But the raiders. Derek carr looks like the guy we saw in two thousand sixteen which is an. Mvp candidate keyshawn was out there. Telling people a couple of weeks ago. That derek carr is that elite guy again. We kind of scoffed at it. And he's been right so far. Those free agent pickups on defense have been fantastic as well last one quick like forty five seconds. The chargers go the chargers who were they. I don't know what happened. I saw all those cowboy fans. Go into so-fi stadium at when greg's arline line kicked a fifty six yard field goal to win the game. I heard the cowboy fans explode george. That was a cowboy game. Not a charger game. Yeah the chargers just did the chargers thing that they do man were they blow it six penalties. Or excuse me there. Penalties cost them six first downs. Two touchdowns all called back. That could have won them. That game both touchdowns giving them the lead. We're done here. Exit works kaplan excellent work. George sadako great job lindsey and laura as well. We will talk to you my nina at three fifty five. Have a great evening..

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"arline" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:00 min | 8 months ago

"arline" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"He could be back next week And it looks like lawrence maybe back after the bye or very shortly. he's not out for. The season is expected to miss six to eight weeks. So let's hope it's on. The low side was hope heels. Well and you know it's just you know it's it's you know. We have to focus on the game but we have to remember. It's it's seventeen games this year and you're going to need to win him or so those games to make sure you get playoffs. And that's the good news for the cowboys as you. Kind of alluded to They do not play a playoff team until they take on the kansas city chiefs there in november so at least from a schedule standpoint right. It seems like if you were going to have these injuries. This would be the time to do it. You know it wouldn't be. It can get healthy bingo. Yeah right because hopefully at this point can you afford any further injuries. I'm not exactly sure. I'm not exactly as to what they will be able to overcome. I don't. I can't point to the i even point to like anthony brown. Say that what he got hurt. They be okay with for why they plug in because they don't have a reliable answer even after him he may be the best option they have at corner. A lot of people will argue. He's not but nobody else has proven at this point. So eight breath. We're going to have to take it on and you know since we've talked about the elephant the gorilla in the room. Let's continue the little analogy. How sharing beforehand. They've also got that mangy snarling. Ocelot known as greg's arline That they've got to worry about because zero could have won the game last week with if he'd been in shaped kit and he himself said going in he didn't think he was. One hundred percent was fully back You know where is he is he gonna return to being reliable Is he was. He really all that reliable last year because he started missing kicks frequently. They is if it comes down to having to get a you know a forty yard field goal at the end of the game to win it. Y'all are are. We going to be sweating bullets. You know. we're not gonna look at that with any confidence. I'm just going to say go for it today. We're talking about price. Picks which is the hot new thing in the world of daily fantasy and to be honest. It's not hard to see. People are getting all the way into this. Here's how it works. You pick anywhere between two and five players. Take the over or the under on some specific stat projections for the day. That's it it's just you against their projected numbers. Get it right and you could win up to ten times what you put down on any. And here's the best part prize. Pigs has a ton of statistical categories to choose from including yards.

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"arline" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"arline" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"I'm jeff gershman. It's the fourteenth of september. Let's call it and we are here to talk about all things video games. Jeff back lars here. Let's how's it going your voice. Yeah this hype. His high pitched week over here at the podcast. I i don't have the diaphragm for that. What it's called diaphragm to spell. It's all got a bunch of keys in h is in a bunch of bunch of jeez. I'm doing all right. I'm back feel feel good. I eat a lot of lobster lobster still delicious by choice. Force you lobster. You didn't show up to a dinner and people were like we're having lobster new and just moon walk out of there. No no no. No like i was on purpose all like all lot like i did it like six times and i was only away for five days. I it was. It was really good. I was in cape cod. Massachusetts is alba. Like yes and the chip. We talked about this avoid burger. The chip fucking factory was closed. Then they wouldn't they wouldn't get it wouldn't give us chip tours because of covert nineteen got taken so much from us. Sure truly straw. We're real tragedy of the spend spandex. No but it's great because lightest motherfuckers like let me go to the cape cod chip factory. Cape cod is like the little sort of like flick at the end of massachusetts that you might know from your geography class the little flick at the end or the little the little dingus that kinda curls up and you know like i said i have you guys ever had a lobster roll. Do you have a preference for lobster. Roll because one. Yeah so you're you're allergic to shellfish. Yup sorry about that. I don't wanna rub the delicious. You see i field shad now it look. It used to be considered like you know peasants food back in the day sea spiders. That's that leech off the floor of the ocean. These disgusting creatures turns out they're delicious. Yeah well it's the butter and it's you know. I had a lot of like mayo and the butter together on like a toasted sort of bun man jeopardy hush. Hush puppies thought thing up there as well. It's not not anonymous there. I don't believe it's like gosh puppy. I like those are good. Yeah those is. What's the hush puppies got crabs marlin couple of weeks back. Got some hush puppies hush puppies. Its course it's like a stuffing amendment. Some kind of weird ball of corn bread with cinnamon. I think sometimes people new tell on that shit because they're fucking geniuses. Look maybe in american citizen. But i'm going to. I'm going to have to demand you say nutella it's got fucking nuts in it not newts all right now tell. I don't care like it's fine. Yeah i seeing things way except for a specific video game. He wants the hard nut. Want that yeah. Get that nut get that american nut. I still maintain the seafood is bad jay striker you meeting arline but for different reasons. Unlikely unlikely lead on your side I'm just allergic to shellfish. But can you can have like a nice yeah. i know. see the rest of the seafood. I don't i don't do not into it but because they show probably because i can't have it. Yeah yeah that's that's what gets me that's wild. It's only you prefer shellfish over other types of seafood. Even though i would kill me. I understand that i mean enough of it might kill me but like a lobster roll like half of one i can do. And just take like a fucking benadryl deal with. Oh man usually benadryl over the top of it just like poor seasoning up time. Yeah like a bubble gum. Kind of flavor. I had to take some We got trimmed if you know what i mean. It's too thousand early ads. Okay oh shit. And i had a crazy allergic. I i had a crazy allergy attack coming out of that. That i was convinced for a little bit there that i had a cold and i was like it was like zombie invasion smile of like i had to hide it because my wife looking sick because i am about to have a fucking baby and if you were sick you need laugh now. I think it's just and it was just. Yeah trees man. i'm allergic. Choose to those kinds. Juries but not bombs trees granddaddies trees. I.

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"arline" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"arline" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I say go ahead fringe so the point is that in the biggest picture it comes down greg. The legs arline who had season back surgery and didn't get to kick in the present. 'cause no dallas cowboy played in the preseason vinnie note and he missed at least one field goal that was makeable thirty one yards and he missed a sixty yard that he usually makes like an extra point and he did speaking of extra points missing extra points. So i can do if you had greg. The leg in full swing with with no back surgery residue. I'm saying that seven points that we left on the table last night. And what was the final score to do. I remember was at thirty one to twenty nine. Thirty one to twenty nine. Let's see twenty nine plus seven heckling new twenty nine plus four. I'll just new four points that we left on the table. And i thought he had gone completely south and in to his credit he sucked it up and and nailed a couple of key. Kicks later in the game right including the one that might have stood up as the game winner except there was one twenty four left on the clock. But let me ask you this. Do you expect every team that the cowboys play to turn the ball over. Four type have eleven penalties now. That's very uncharacteristic. Now we expect to see a little sloppy especially early on because not a lot of the stars play regardless of the team that we know dallas didn't played really any of their starters tampa played some of their starters but in the the first probably the first month everybody's trying to get their putting you try to suck it where last night people crab as well it's eighty percent humidity. I wouldn't want to have to slog through that well. Guess what you've been pride to in that there's a difference between practice you get you get him football shaped by play football which means in the preseason and you can't simulate that in practice by the way my team did win the time of possession and thirty four minutes to twenty six minutes so that tampa defense sucked it up. Last night. that was. That was a long hard slog with you. Get that you handle locked and they punch it out and i has the ball you come back the next day when you get to fornet and raises wrestled. Now all the sudden you agree and then you getting ready to go in the end. Zone and chris godwin. Fumbles the ball into the end zone and you drive back down the field to get your game. Get what game leaving game. Yeah real goal we so now. You're going to have those minutes but fake about the. If if chris. God doesn't fumble that ball you're about to give up thirty eight points with four turnovers with three turnovers and you will say the same deepest. You got four turnovers and you gave up thirty one k next point. Thank you for bringing that up. That forty four year old quarterback you've tried to send home for five straight years. He looks like he's twenty four. He is getting better the older he gets. I have never ever ever seen anything. Like it. And i will never ever seen anything like it again. He is the first he is the last. He is one of one on an opening night. He put on a show of a masterpiece last night. That was one that you put up on the mantle. I don't know what he did wrong last night. I can't see anything. We're going to talk about this in more depth later in the show but the qbr that he got was a sixty five which is scale zero to one hundred is it is insultingly low. Because i don't know what he did wrong last night. The two interceptions were not his fight. You gave it up. The hail. Mary i'll just saying i'm going to fling. It leaves jump boss and either we're is going to come down with it or one of their. Db's is going to get it on a care and they got it on air right. Cancel that one out. And then the little flip is going to be screened for. It looked like he was gonna run forever to doing okay and it just goes right off his hands. That is not tom. Brady's fault right. i'm not saying it was like a perfect pass. But it was good enough right there to catch. Linda for net is nutty natural kamerhe. He's not used to. Mccaffrey catching the football. And then. I'm going to quote from my friend jared bell and today's usa today. The buck had four turnovers eleven penalties. That'll drive them crazy. And here's the key quote. At least a half dozen dropped passes a half dozen dropped passes well. The goat was the goat like all time he. I don't know that you've ever seen him play. Better regular season waves godwin draw. Yeah okay that was more difficult than the one. He called ingredients get remember. He was spinning around. He ended up if we could see that. That's laden with five minutes. Left in the game in the point of that one was that that this one is. This is the game breaker. If you catch it is light score. It's just gonna be history. The game is going to be over at that. Most people People criticizing tom once he sees the coverage. He should start getting wide. Tom historic over that show to keep him away from the safety. If he takes up he starts to get why now. Tom can hit him up. The real honestly. I don't know that you can throw better balden that. I just don't know i know he had. He had the direct to catch it. Hit him right in the hands. So my point is you did that one. And then if we'd see an earlier one to these are both big third downs down these both third down throws and i'm saying seriously that happened. We we've got the one this is. Abc early in the game when it's a third and five and it's just an a hole in the zone and this is a big play this is going to be a big play and ab. They could've gone and scored they had to punt after right right right okay. So there's another feel go random and field goal range but my point is geared. Bill says by his test at least a half dozen. Draw us well. So you're up against the goat at his greatest and a tampa defense that pressure deck twenty two times to brady's eight and remember i'm playing with. No zack martin. He is to me my best offensive lineman because he's a little bit younger and still stronger than ty smith who played very well tonight or lyle collar stuck it out made it through the whole game played pretty well and my two younger guards played okay. The to connors played okay. Connor williams had a huge late holding penalty over. I agree but he's trying to block vida van v. evade just runs. You look me. It's a mismatch size. Because connor williams is an undersized guard to start with and he just gets bulldozed. Got all right. So my point is you're up against a defense that that is just nasty. That at the end of the year last year was playing at the highest level of any defense and to be able to at least keep backup upright. Healy went down via check. Bear one time in the game right. I was astounded by that. That you don't have zack. Martin and you kept him upright except for one sack again. Got pressured twenty two times but at least he was able to stand tall and get rid of the ball and keep you in the game. A really liked the game plan scale. They just abandoned the run. They'd like we're not going to run. We're gonna run here there just to let them know that we can run the ball. But we're not their best road. Greater zack. martin. Zeke said the other day he's the best player on the the best player and we run.

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"arline" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

07:32 min | 8 months ago

"arline" Discussed on First Things First

"Football is officially back at it. Did not disappoint was last night. A sneak peek into perhaps the today say nfc championship game. Fantastic next favorite match for the weekend. Cheese browns will baker make a statement against mahomes. And how can we talk about the non. Call her around the world. Wait for it. There was good friday morning. Everyone welcome and i think i know wolf. Alonside guy niche right. My guy chris. Research and kevin wilds next and brady getting failed out yet again. No i mean listen. They changed the rules last night. Opie is not a foul and neither is removing her helmet. Slamming on the turf and then putting it back on new roles 2021 pointing not allowed ot. I definitely allowed. You gotta be kidding me. America america mic next gut tapes. All sit back and enjoy. We got two hours of this. We start in tampa that if any chance hosting the cowboys on opening night books. Boys tom and dak. Tom brady making his three hundred regular season. Start dak prescott. Not so much was returning from injury to quarterback did not disappoint brady finishing with four touchdowns dak throwing for over four hundred yards and three touchdowns himself that this game would come down to one. Final drive here. It is boxed down one under a buck to play under a busta or minutes. Play brady finds little buddy bronx twenty to get into cowboys territory. Shortly after brady to chris godwin there. It is twenty four yards to get into field goal range on a shall we call it a questionable non-call ryan suck up drilling at thirty six yard and that would seal it thirty one twenty nine high scoring game just an incredible ending to an amazing opening night the bucks pull out the very close win here. Is tom brady after the game on doing the right things at the right time report about the last drive of the game. Was you know we executed some really good place at the right moment and it was. It was great to see. It's going to give us a lot of confidence. No doubt we're going to go win the game with him. It's just who's gonna make place and gaza fronted helps out protecting and In guys went and got open. There's plays that that we left out there. That could have resulted in touchdowns in his game once a long season. We've gotta make sure that we Get better from this one and allow this to be to propel us. My dad called me last night is what do you think that. I think it'll be a high scoring game comes down to two points. I did not say that. Nick did last night. Say more about brady in the box or deck and the cowboys. I was way off on victimless. Listen i i don't wanna i don't wanna focus on the non call to start the show jenner. You mentioned it. The fact that matter is prior to the non goal the bucks were about to go into score to put the game away and they fumbled near the goal line so the better team won last night but i want to focus on the two biggest winners even though neither one of them are on the books. The first is dak prescott. I'll get them in a moment. The second is our kevin. Wilde's who i must say and i must publicly apologized to because kevin wild thank not only was the only one to pick the cowboys. I know they lost. He also gave an exact score prediction. That greg's arline was able to make first half extra points or chip. Shot field goals while nailed to score exactly right and loyal first things. First listeners viewers know wild said dak prescott is going to throw the ball fifty eight times and i laughed at them we need a yep and he threw the ball fifty dollars so wild. You deserve massive credit. Thank you the dak. Prescott deserves massive credit. I think that's the finest football game. He's played since the packers divisional round. Playoff game is rookie year now. He lost that game too on a final drive and a final field goal against an all time great quarterback but dak prescott broussard under these conditions against that defense with his own coaching staff. Seemingly working against him with massive drops early that killed drives the fact that he came back and came back and came back through the ball damn near sixty times and drove the cowboys down for what could have been the game. Winning field goal bureau cowboys fan. I think you have to feel great. Not as good as you would if you had one but it looks as good as ever looked. You went toe to toe with the favorites in your conference call. Goes this way a bounce. Goes that way. Mccarthy goes for touchdowns that of kicking a field goal. Maybe you're coming out of here. One know but most importantly broussard dak was marvellous. I think it's the best regular season game of his career. Well first of all nick. I can't believe i didn't get props at the beginning. Like wild and dak either did not sit on this show and guarantee guarantees a cow aj. Hey buccaneers victory. Where's the so. I was right about the time given into vin. Ask which team and player quarterback where you most impressed with no question. It was the cowboys and deck. I agree with everything you said nick about back. And look i. I believe nick. And you're right. Tampa bay was marci. Godwin fumbled that ball. But that was a good hit. That wasn't just god wouldn't be a sloppy. That was a nice time to hit by the cowboys. So force that fumble but data south way to buccaneers. They really did. I mean they marched up and down the field. Even i mean tampa bay's punter was tremendous because he was pinning the cowboys owner territory by the goal. Line time after time and the cowboys just continue to march up and down the field. They won the time of possession by almost nine minutes. That player one of his one of the best offensive. Lineman that martin in the league only gets one time they dallas looked great and if it weren't for a thirty one yard missed field goal and a missed extra point by an pro bowl kicker. Maybe they win. I'll say maybe because you know the circumstances a game change and maybe tampa bay rallies but the cowboys were incredibly impressive. You have to give them big time love. And if you're i said before if you're a cowboys fan you play them close. You gotta feel good about this today. Back for him to do this in his first night. Game not series but snap since he broke his ankle against one of the best defense is in the league and obviously the defending champs in their building at care saying about him. And i got. I have to throw this out there that prescott. I've always been a fan of his okay from day one. Because i'm a big intangibles guy. When.

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"arline" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

05:02 min | 8 months ago

"arline" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Shadow to dairy unreas- out for the super chat says even brady was offense passionate appearance at the end. When have we ever seen him. Not going for a touchdown and put it in the hands of a kicker. Get rid of the kicker and louis looked at the end of the game. I know we're talking about anthony brown and kind of on this diatribe I mean that is a thousand percent offensive pass interference and you know what's funny is a year ago in the season opener. It was definitely a thousand percent. You know. Pass interference on jalen ramsey on michael gallup in los angeles. And that didn't get called and here in this game no pass interference. I know chris collins were talking and everything like that. that's all that is offensive. Push off there. That is a push off. There's no need to call it. Something that isn't that is a push off from chris. Godwin and it's it's just it's frustrating. It's fresh but you know like what's frustrating about this. Everyone who's joining us now. Welcome again this is our post game. Show here blogging. The boys. what's frustrating. Is that. it shouldn't have come down to that. It shouldn't have come down to needing to stop the box at the very end. I think that the cowboys defense played badly. But i think that they weirdly. I don't wanna say did enough. But they had they had serviceable stretches. But this game was. This game wasn't just lost by anthony round. It was lost by a collective effort of people involving anthony. Brown involving greg's again the cowboys lost by two. After greg's arline. I won't count the last. You know at the end of the first half ago but he missed that thirty one yard is very first one and he missed an extra point. I mean you know and we're just talking about the field goal. Greg's mr but if he makes that extra point then in different circumstances later in the game here maybe go to right like in so maybe that point comes from somewhere else. I mean you know the math of it all changes with greg's orland making that extra point and so that's that's the decision that the cowboys made. That is frustrating that they decided to make their bed with greg and now we all have to lie in it. They decided to make their bed with the secondary with anthony. Braxton john lewis and we all have to lie in it now a lot of you have dragged lewis in the comments. A rough go early on join louis. I do think that he rebounded. Well i think john lewis is among the better players on the cowboys secondary and not that that is a high bar clear necessarily but i think the join lewis played well. He played well down. Things got better for john lewis and so look doomsday says here and this is this is this is fair point because people are going to bring this up media killed this team for not getting any turnovers last year and chose whining about for turnovers. Your joke here's the joke doomsday. One of these turnovers was real. If you're if you really believe if you're gonna go to bed tonight and tell yourself that. The cow got four turnovers. You're the one telling the joke. Because the first turnover it was one hundred percent real respected demarcus lawrence. That's a turnover going in there. Poking the ball out and having randy gregory fallen it that is a turnover what happened with trayvon interception. That is just luck. That is the luck of the nfl. And that's a real factor. Luck plays a role in the nfl. Teams get lucky all the time. The buccaneers got lucky by chris. Godwin not getting caught for the but so that turnover is luck. That's not on the cowboys. Defense having skill. That's on the cowboys. Making a break on the ball at on anything like the third turnover. It was john lewis at the end of the first half. That's a hail mary. That's a fifty fifty ball by proposition. That tom brady's just flipping a coin that you can't you can't seriously count the jordan lewis. Hail mary and then the jordan lewis fumble recovery is. Yeah great good job by demonte z. Having his head you know in the right place and then he says the fourth turnover was real. Also i certainly agree that casey forced fumble that jordan lewis recovered was more real than the hail mary. But my point is the one that is the most real like medium steak on the plate is the demarcus lawrence forced fumble. The second one the third one definitely suspect the fourth and final ones has some serious quality to it but definitely also a little bit. You know you could poke some holes in it chris. Randall says the pass rush was not there. Tonight i think demarcus lawrence player demarcus lawrence. Excuse me played an incredible game. All things considered in. I am not somebody who harps on sack numbers. I think that's dumb. I think it's silly. I think it's low hanging fruit but you've gotta get home. I mean also a came out. And i'm not trying to throw him to the bus here but he came out when he met the media and said. Yeah tom brady. He's not that mobile. He's he's not that mobile he's just gonna stand at the pocket he's gonna do whatever etc blah blah blah. Okay fine. he's going to be in the pocket all night long. You gotta get home. You gotta get home. One time you gotta get home twice. You gotta get home osa if you're going to say he's not a mobile quarterback you've gotta have sack on the night and the cowboys came close. But they didn't. The cowboys did not get a single sack. Kevin says on on facebook passers was. There wasn't there because of how quick brady gets rid of the ball. Yeah i mean. Tom brady go like. That's a factor as well here but you have to get home. Let's see here. Christopher lopez de la needs to gets expert totally and christopher lopez. Don't give de.

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From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06

The Voicebot Podcast

02:15 min | 9 months ago

From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06

"Big transition that we've been dealing with your in terms of ai. Machine learning is really transitioning from computational systems in decision making to cognitive right decision making out in insights so Baritone fact became a open platform. Call on an operating system for os. That is really good at ingesting. All different types of data then being able to use our suite of over four hundred fifty different cognitive engines and models to to be able to analyze interrogate and ultimately you know empower our business customers with you know the tools applications in unstructured data so they can advance their business. Why do you have so many machine learning models because every job it potentially warrants a different bespoke recipe of cognition. So if i say for example Where presented with australian english. Right you absolutely potentially want to use a different train model as to glowing. Wash 'em in saint louis true for like for example variances in near field or barfield audio right throwing one transcription engine Tire corpus of audio You're gonna get you will get varying results in. Our job is to be able to analyze the data sets in ben in effect programmatic find in orchestrate. The right hung recipe to get the best results and to be clear. I'll give you some examples. The best results is not always accuracy. Right if you're dealing with so much tonnage of data some projects that we work on. You know they're okay with eighty percent accuracy. Because it's it's there's so much volume. They have to meet a price point right. They can't wait ten dollars or fifteen dollars an hour of content process it so and that's in that thankfully that decision being kind of model agnostic in being able to normalize. The output of these different cognitive classes really was the cornerstones of verizon's

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"arline" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

Ghosts on a Train

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"arline" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

"That are pg by john harper. I'm greg your conductor. Who facilitates the game. I'm hannah play in berlin. i'm around. I'm guy i've played mikhael and i participate in the game or tracking on seven. I play tricks. And i play the game sometimes so well i draw stephen onto the car will astra's chocolate. It's me it's been honey. I'm playing male data he is. I'm here for about one more episode. And then i'm out like forever i'm done. This is like the last time you'll ever hear my voice like i'm like existence like once. This recording is over. I no longer exists. So we have to milk this guys. You know unless you listen hunting trip. Podcasts you still running dutch. Leo weird way greg kelly for us a weird way for the listener benatti will cease to exist. According is oh we can bring back. You could live to be here first. Listener is going to die in this episode. Came back. If i could say anything if i could say anything with perfect confidence if i could him with. Perfect confidence is for personnel. Game is melt avas balking dead and we know this distressing fucking dead. Hope you're hope so. Who knows how many other might be fucking dead. because right now in the freight boxcar the pride of squall arline balls sussed out and then drew out one accuracy. Noble traveling with three young nephews Mr miser was his given name as one of the high ranking members of overnight the demons spirit cults what if fucking scrooge They drew out the box car and then Quickly apprehended him before he could use some of the powers gains a granted him by the demon but the goal was of course to get him to summit. This demon which was successful. What the bulls were not anticipating. Was that as soon. As the team demon appeared noted surroundings are horrible monstrosity of like rock. Crystal is fractional ing cracking with imperfect luster across. Its face speaking in the voice of a child. This demon voltron i The voice of many rather this demon vulgar and i immediately. It's incompetence Summoner and demanded of our bowls to tell them where exactly it is. So i think we're gonna do right now is This was a trap. You guys had ready. i assume. Then that you guys were suited up as your roles. What roles were those. Anyone got any Bonani i feel like we should give you first pick since you are just the first pick. Well let's that's sort of a hard one. I would say the owl. Yeah well that's good 'cause none of us are getting smell. Don is i am. It should also be noted is daba part of this route for its work was like you know it would be weird if this guy was dressed up all like a line bowl. It's moldova has taken the equipments Necessary for the owl but is not wearing an countersue that'd be or like master anything like dada is wearing like a conductor's uniform and of his face spaces heavily shadowed. And all you can really see our like glowing yellow eyes that emotes dope your neat very cool. In that case. I would like to take the anchor suit. Because that's what. I do. Best that and i think you know it's important to be comfortable when you're facing imminent danger. Should we all stephan. Should we all just go with our best probably are a. I guess. I can take spider gopher. I've got the Highly aright or whatever a spider. We've got but yes so. So the the involved. I turn solid you. As one of its crystalline g odes retracts into it's horrible fingers. There's led all over. Andrew anderson not But mr misers blood and the rest of your sort of standing around it and it looks to each of you are and your grave demon spikes so packed. I can't see any outside windows here into your question with a question. Where would you like to be sadly here also the grave that was tight again but when you're brave given so i'm going to assume bonani are you. Are you going to act i. In in that case would you be oh leading the bulls against a supranational. Sure if everybody wants sure okay. Let's go with that. I will go down the list of questions here to ask. Whenever somebody leaves the bulls a smell. Have you completed your apprenticeship. Yes nice have you completed your journeyman ship yes nice. Are you a master line bowl. Is that what you're telling me. Yes you anani be kulov. He didn't let yoshiko. Nope wasn't helping you a demon you. You don't have to sort of another gang. You have an anchor if bowen every single role. I love to do this. it's male. would you ask the rest of them if they would follow. Your orders meant hesitation in whatever way you do you do it with your bulls. You guys are you guys willing to go with what. I what i'm doing here. Let me tell you hear introduction. Actually perfectly guess good You know yeah. I'm a pretty go with the flow sort of pylos about this refine new. The i'm gonna relax pouring romi two d six okay plus three. That was a poor choice of word. This is a decision guys. Do i use my demi lich life or microbial cabbage dice. I mean roller lice. Dice nice guy likes no definitely a dice would be better than those numbers on them. What if drew numbers onto the laos. Oh my god all right cats..

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"arline" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"arline" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Confident enough to follow up. They know that you really need business. You're serious about this. So if you're serious were following up with them you're going to be serious working working with them and you WanNa make sure it works because you're being persistent enough to make sure that you get their attention. You work with them. Why would you quit there right? Yeah that's the thing you know the you just keep going through it and they go okay and also to even if it's somebody that and I see the salon with with Social Media Post and whatnot is you keep keep putting stuff out there and time. After time after time I find people will say And I've been reading your post for six months and the timing is right now for me to reach out to you and have a conversation and in its. Its meeting those people at the right time as well. You know from a sponsorships sir. Any type of relationship is you know. Is the time right for both parties to engage in some type of collaboration or transaction or whatever whatever the case may be right and like you said if if they say no you want to make sure and ask a few questions if they would be interested in future why they're saying no and you know what you can do to to work with them. You have e Cap Ashli you have to really you know. Let them know you're interested you to do this and ask them. What can I do you to improve our relationship or or too happy happy? Consider us in the future absolutely and when you ask those questions It makes them think also goes okay. This person really wants to to work with me and that is you know feeling were they feel obligated obligated to able to consider you know working with you in the future and it's you know people make it sometimes slow difficult and when you break down. It's not really that difficult to keep following up in anybody buddy can do it. It's just I think people's ego gets in the way a little bed or they get a little scared and they you know it's they just I feel like oh I'm not worthy. I'm good enough. My company's not good enough my my nonprofits so small Why would they? Why would a big corporation operation ever want to work with us or sponsor us and that's where you have to just get over that part in and feel like okay if I'm on a sponsor on going to get one if you want one badly enough you'll get one? You just have to be bold and go get what you want and know what you want and you'll be clear on that and That clarity will attract the right the right sponsors for you for sure in writing so I've enjoyed our conversation today. Working People find out more about you in the awesome work. You're doing well. They can contact me at Info folks at find corporate sponsors dot com and I would be glad to talk with anyone. Give them some tips on how how to get started. It would be something that you know if they just if they just go to info at pine corporate sponsors dot com. I will get back in touch with them. That's awesome all definitely. Have that information on the show notes. Thank you thank you again for being on the show the work you're doing and impact your causing in thank you for stopping in saving those cats in style. Obviously it's created a new career for you as as well but I never thought it would I mean there there you have it. You just never know what's going to pop up right exactly so thank again for being on the show. I'm I so appreciate your inviting me. Thank you so much my pleasure. It's Michael again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. Surely many people you're dealing with some significant stress and possibly approaching burnout. I know how you feel in two thousand nine. My burn out led to a year of worst case scenarios. I do not want that to happen to you if you go to breakfast. LEADERSHIP DOT com. You can register for a free Webinar burnout. Prevention as as well as good as a free checklist to have successful mornings start off each day the right way again. That's a breakfast leadership dot com. Also since you are a loyal podcast listener. I'm asking you to rate and review my podcast on itunes. I look at all the reviews and appreciate your comments in it helps other potential listeners. Discover the content on the show. I appreciate you and thanks again for listening..

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"arline" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

11:14 min | 2 years ago

"arline" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"So a lot of nonprofits I'm not sure it's yes. So Yeah Yeah. So if you have a nonprofit organization that has housing for a for single individuals or people. If if they didn't have access to this they would be. There'd be homeless and on the streets you know what type of corporate sponsors What type of organizations have you seen would be good Potential good partners and an providing some kind of a a sponsorship opportunity for that social good so one of the first places you would go to would be local late some of your local hardware stores or businesses auto places insurances banks. Another good place to start would be companies that work in you know some of the more obvious ones if they if it's a big roofing company or a metal company or lumber company pump company a company that might not be local. But you know that somehow of dispensing company works with building houses and so on but the one thing that people for miss is just random companies big companies that like an airline or a huge bank. That back you would never realize that they might help homeless people. So that's where it's important to just pick a few and look up their websites sites in see what their interests are and how they help different people and several of these big huge corporations are involved in many in different areas of helping. They might help. Like I said childhood diabetes. They might help the homeless. They might help with clean water but you. I don't really know that until you do a little research and it doesn't take on. It's kind of fun you know. Just ten twenty minutes. He can find out all kinds of things about corporations in what their cause marketing is. That's great and I think one of the things too. Is You know learning you. Know what motivates. It's those organizations to to help not prophets and and when they do that It you can present to them in such such a way where it makes it easy for that corporate sponsor to say yes and believe. Yeah Week. We'll be more than happy to sponsor this initiative. Whether it's to help repaint some of your properties or potentially replace Some some stairs outside or accessibility Ramsey named the sky's the limit and it's excluded to you know housing and saying there's all types of different needs in the world whether it's you know like an you mentioned earlier on you know with finding homes for for the kittens or who e not even enough profit thing we can we can go for you. Know towards the you know the Solo Pernilla and the small business. It's like okay. Well you know. What kind of avenues could we look at in? I would guess it would be the same thing as look you look locally. I in in see what businesses are aligned with. What your mission of your organization or your or Your Business is doing wing and in reach out and have a conversation with them? Worst case scenario you're getting to know other local business owners In the best case scenario is you're getting to know Potentially you know someone that would be willing to sponsor your business on something which again helps them and it helps you write a mistake. A lot of people make nonprofits or or just just business owners is when they reach out to corporations. They're like we need your help and they've got to realize it's not about them. It's about what you can. Or what they can do for the corporation how they can help get themselves now. How how they can help with recuperation recuperation get known so it's all about showing that corporation? We're going to put you on our social media with wants wants to tell a story about. You will write a blog about you. We'll put that law gun arch emails. Eugene used it and put it out in your newsletter. We're we're having been an event you might not you know you don't have to happen event but if you're having an event where point to advertise all over social media media for you we're going to put your name on a banner so it's it's leading the corporation know what you're going to do for them and making it easy for that corporation so you're doing some of the work and they're not having to do it all in. That's you know that's a lesson for all kinds of different things not just in getting corporate sponsorship. It's a make it easy for that other party to say us you give them the information they need in a way that is understandable to them in order for them to it easier to saying yes. Exactly you've got to Shelbourne within that we can get you in front of our audience but our friends audience on our chase crews are instagram coach. And you know have a plan show them plan is and let them know they do do the work for them and relationship to help them in the biggest thing is you know figuring out a way to You have it a win win for everybody and in going into that with with that mindset is oftentimes like why I need to get a corporate sponsorship. Okay that's great how what's beneficial for that corporate sponsor to give you money in order to get that out you thinking about their needs. If you're not then I would highly recommend that you think about in seek to understand the needs of those sponsors before you ask them you get to know what they're about in figure out okay my organization. How can my organization benefit? That sponsor doesn't matter what you know. What your businesses or what? Your cause is like what can I do to give that organization musician a benefit for trusting me enough to sponsor my show or my business or my organization. Sation or a this 'cause whatever the case may be you get to understand what their needs are so you make it a good match and everyone win. Feels good about it because if if everyone's feeling good about it then the likelihood of them potentially sponsoring again or other organizations is good because if you right if you create a bad experience for that sponsor they may go you know what I don't know if I wanNA sponsor anybody else again. I think I'll do something different Fred and all of a sudden. There's all these organizations that could lose out because they don't You know they don't have the situation of being being able to deal with things that they need to deal with right and it's those little things that really make a difference. It's it's the following up with them writing. Thank you know writing them. No on either email or no letting him know what the next you know what you're doing being in keeping that that relationship going keeping that engagement going with them once they are considering you a sponsor you really really have to keep that engagement going I Have a really good statistic and it is that the you can't let me think about this second. Most contracts are signed or sales made after the fifth back to twelfth contact and forty eight percent of people never make a follow up on chats. Isn't isn't that amazing. It is amazing. How few people will actually follow up and even even if there's a no you know like now or not at this time still schedule follow up you know? I have a colleague that I know that in. Actually No. She's each got into a a business arrangement with another individual they'd known each other and they'd been talking with each other for seven Avin years before they were able to come to an agreement on something that they could work together but they continued to check in and follow up and in all of those things and and you know I had somebody the other day that you know had reached out to me About about Getting some guidance with some with burn out that they have chatted with them you give them some suggestions and some materials Israel's and and whatnot and obviously I gave them a proposals well to to work with me and they said you know not at this time you know it. It was something that you know. They knew that it was a it was a personal investment in them They weren't prepared to do it at this time. Now you can follow up with this individual Joel. If they're listening to the show I'm going to follow up with you just in of course you to see if there's an opportunity I need to work together but you know for me is well is okay. Is there anything else going on anything else coming up. Are you better. What's going on in if there's a resource or there's something that I have that can benefit them? I'M GONNA send it to them is okay here you do this and you know eventually either a the will get better or be They won't and then they can make the choice in whether they want to work with me or the reach out to somebody else or or or do every case movie from my vantage point doughy only thing that is important to me. Is I want that person to be able to address. Whatever challenges are facing and get past it or through it? If if it's working with me great if it's working with someone else or they are able to do it on themselves. Great in whatever the case may be but ultimately Follow up is is is one area where a lot of people. Just don't do it right and you know. Think about this if you are following up in content annoying you're bugging that corporation calling all the time but if you're following up they know you're serious. They know that you are.

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"arline" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"arline" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome back I've got Arlene Warwick on the line. Hey arleen how you doing. I'm doing now. Thanks how about you. I am great to watch met back at the new media summit in Tampa earlier in two thousand in eighteen and one of the many reasons I wanted to have you on the show. Is I know. A lot of my audience Work in the corporate space space. And you know they have their own organizations and they are you know looking for ways to increase their ability to grow grow and expand their businesses. And in one way to do it. You help people with is is finding corporate sponsorship and that's why you launched L. Find Corporate sponsors dot com. So tell us about your back story. Why why you wanted to get into this type of role in some of the adventures that you've had so far okay? Well I have been involved with the environment in animals. That's kind of my my first love and I was doing my niece now. Doing some work for a group called possibilities and we were all in tears and we're doing animal rescue well around my niece kimberly. Call me one day in its July in Florida hot hot day. I'm in the kitchen ready to relax and she goes. You've got to get Gantner now. I don't know what to do and I could hear the stress I could hear. She lives very distressed. So I knew it was not going to be a good situation. I drove down to this old fish camper. She and I stepped out of my car and I was horrified. They were like forty cats everywhere. A little baby cats at had like three inch featherweight audience and their heads relied big dense. Golf balls could barely hold Altima and I thought Oh my. Gosh what do I do so I just started picking up these kittens and putting in like August. 'cause I what else could I do. It does have have a good ending so you don't have to worry about that but that was a real game changer. Because I had been going along you know doing some donating donating of money and time and doing you know we were involved with some small events and so on and then I realized that it just was not working and I realize we've got to do something because we can't take care of forty cats and so I stepped back in started thinking. Well how come some non profits and some businesses do so well when others just kind of you know they're always struggling or or they need a plateau and they don't grow any more and that's when I realized that the ones that really excel have sponsored. They had local sponsors. I make corporate sponsors and it gives them this ability and a lot of people think that you have to be big you have to be well known your business has to have been around for a long time to be able to get on Sir but it's really the opposite sponsors sponsors help you grow sponsors make you big. So that's that was how it all began. My my mission is really really started out of trying and wanting to help you know animals and the environment and so on and then from there I realize has while this this needs to get out. I need to teach people how to do this. I me to spread the word. So that's how I started my business. It's amazing back story because if someone stumbled across your your website and erase googling how to get corporate sponsorship. Obviously you're gonNA teach them how to do that. But the the back story of of why you did not I. Don't I think anyone would have associated saving forty kittens the cats you know from from their demise because you happen to stumble across so thankfully you know you were at the right place at the right time to do that. which then created this desire desire and need to figure that out so so fast forward so you you lost organization in war? Some of the things he discovered as you were doing a lot of the research on you know how to approach in get corporate sponsorship for a variety of different endeavors. Well I I realized I had to figure out how to reach out to some of the corporations and of course one on one contact Sali's great but you can't always get someone on the phone and even if you are able to reach someone on the phone they want some information from you so real important step is is a proposal that is not to worry that really can cover a lot of information but in a short format. So it's it's a proposal that is easy to read attractive active in that kind of thing that type of thing so that's really important. The other thing I've learned is just really getting out there and getting non speaking letting people know who you are because the more visibility you have it helps. The corporations a lot of people think that they have to have a huge list. A huge mailing list. But you really don't you just have to be able to get get on podcast. Join Groups and get let corporations know that you can give them disability with that visibility in New Year alluded to this is in corporate sponsors. They're sponsoring because you know they want got to be able to expand their reach and they're helping you expand your reach by providing a resource that they have available so it it's the ultimate win and win and when you're able to accomplish that so how do you how do you help. People find the right corporate sponsor for their organization. Well you have to find who you align with locally. It's different you can really work with a lot of different companies locally because you're in an area where they want to get down when we're talking about larger companies that are not in your area. The things to do is just do. Your research look up. Their websites and most big companies nowadays are involved with cause marketing sure and cause marketing is where a for profit company wants to join with a nonprofit or another for profit company to do a social good so a lot of companies nowadays are really out there letting people know that they are the good guy. This is what we want to do what we want to accomplish so if their message is alliance with your message it's great for instance if you're a health coach coach You might find a company that has really nothing to do with health. It might be a big bookstore. Might be an I automobile company but there 'cause marketing works with. Maybe helping people get better. Help Helping Josh Childhood Obesity Diabetes and so on so by looking up your website and doing some research to find out what some of their programs rams are and how they have helped society. Musa verdict sample. Is he not for profit. Lineal come up with one real quick. Let's say a like a social housing type of organization that it helps keep people off the streets because as we know you know homeless homelessness Across Globe is increasing because of the high cost of homes and things like that what what type of organizations innovations do you think would be a potentially a good match for enough for profit housing organization To be able to alleviate some of the things in yeah maybe fix some of their properties up.

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"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back Hey how's it going in the workplace our friend of show Dr Arline diamond is back with us she works on all processes big and small high level low level with businesses and companies trying to help streamline everything and we're talking about some interesting topics today including conflicts in the workplace and you know is there so much it always astounds me doctor diamond because half the job of doing a job is are the internal politics and getting along with people and you must really have your work cut out for you in so many places well you know it's interesting that you mention that because today I received a request for consulting proposal to come into a company where employees are not obeying the Boston on using the word obey because that's what it sounded like from the way they were talking about where people and having castles with each other this really tension and and animosity in anxiety and that's because we have a really long so much of the natural social life when used to him I mean if you think about when you were growing up you played with the kids there weren't adults over your shoulder at all times you parents didn't have to drive you everywhere you went you you actually negotiated but you're gonna play how you're gonna play who's right and who's wrong you know by yourself without parental interference now everything is either controlled by parents what people on their technology and their their interaction with each other's is not face to face the interplay of it all is what's missing we've lost that sort of diplomacy even civility it sounds like what you're saying yes yeah I I listen at lunch time a discussion group and leaning and we're talking about this is a matter of fact hello social standards have deteriorated matters have deteriorated and some of the people in the group that was sent out talk about morality having deteriorated we're we're kind of in an anything goes society as long as anything goes means being politically correct and it's what you want to go cause politically correct is changed according to the whims of whatever your political persuasion as manners all those things we have to think more about that don't worry yeah again I look talk radio is thanks I don't know something going on in a conference room this is not a Daddy Kim this picture with the doctor diamond diamond associates dot net getting the low down on how to handle conflict in the workplace so they called you they want to quote in the justice of the people aren't being the boss I don't know sounds inherently like well is there a problem with the boss of you can't leave the charging and garner the respect but yeah I don't know see that's it that's why I use the phrase the way that I did because I sounds like more than one person it also sounds like there's a generation gap in the culture of your job going on I haven't gotten enough information but it it I just got the invite today and so there is a huge amount of it's a weird combination on the one hand people raised to never disagree with each other you know go along to get along and that causes its own set of problems and on the other hand they don't deal with disagreements in an amicable manner date everything becomes underground and hostile and and getting back at even with them there's a there's a nasty undercurrents the interplay it's almost like we learned on the playground should of so distracted him by the pictures it says backing someone upside the head with that of a file what we learned on the playground you know that again that just it reminds me the book everything I needed to know I learned these people never learned in kindergarten the same reason that's a great book we start recommending that book along with your great you I'm sorry I'm just gonna say you have your own book on conflict in the workplace a whole book that you wrote I did right yeah I had to resolve workplace conflicts the causes and cures one of those cars in our huge cultural misunderstandings express example that I use quite often is something stupid that I did not too terribly long ago unfortunately those on a panel and somebody else cordon corrected it but I was talking about the fact that in some cultures people long disagree with each other in public especially if there's an SRT person in the room and so this one company just something that I consider to be pretty stupid they decided to punish the guy that didn't speak up by putting quote it Kitty and quote in the room and yet to put in a dollar in the Kitty every time you can speak up every fifteen minutes or something like that in any event when I use the phrase in the kitchen I'm talking to an audience of people from all over the world and they were horrified looks on some faces because they didn't know it was everything about a poker I think that I was talking about a baby can't that's what I thought at first you because your cat is made a special appearance on our show and I'm hoping maybe as their names del Valle it shows down in mail is then when they sit down because they came with the name Bella and Bruno and I you know modify that sound so the Kitty they and you had to explain yourself of cultural differences you always talk about the need to be aware of we say things not having any idea as to what the other person's receiving because we just assume that that I'm jargon are short you know are the things that everybody understands and they don't hi I like can you say that again without any idea what the other person just even without any idea of what the other courses receiving yeah but their meaning that the meaning to them of this messages with sending sorry just phrase that so perfectly added to bring about a quote myself okay so we'll have have website will travel I know you can they can contact you via your website or get your books any one of the the lot of them on so many conducting workplace investigations culture inside the company and then you have the one on on conflict and many more so go to her website for that wanted to mention just a quick bit of news California sued again for requiring women on company boards you've been telling us is a come yeah you wearing what the new guidelines are come January women must make up forty percent of company boards of the big board's saying California so far right and I think the thing I'm saying to be because the sexual harassment training rules of change to where California may be in the vanguard other countries yeah right other states followed suit very quickly so women on corporate boards and a lot of women are afraid to even apply some corporate boards are they don't have to behave we don't know what's expected of them they don't have to sell themselves you know I am doing some workshops on it yeah you've been so helpful in explaining that to us and we've been monitoring.

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"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back Hey how's it going in the workplace our friend of show Dr Arline diamond is back with us she works on all process is big and small high level low level with businesses and companies trying to help streamline everything and we're talking about some interesting topics today including conflicts in the workplace and you know is there so much it always astounds me doctor diamond because half the job of doing a job is are the internal politics and getting along with people and you must really have your work cut out for you in so many places well you know it's interesting that you mention that because today I received a request for consulting proposal to come into a company where employees are not obeying their boss and I'm using the word obey because that's what it sounded like from the way they were talking about where people and having castles with each other this really tension and and animosity in anxiety and that's because we have really lost so much of the natural social rights that people used to hand I mean if you think about when you were growing up you played with the kids there weren't adults over your shoulder at all times you parents didn't have to drive you everywhere you went you you actually negotiated but you're gonna play how you're gonna play who's right and who's wrong you know by yourself without parental interference now everything is either controlled by parents what people run their technology and their their interaction with each other's is not face to face the interplay of it all is what's missing we've lost that sort of diplomacy even civility sounds like what you're saying yes yeah hi I'm Justin at lunch time discussion group and leaning and we're talking about this is a matter of fact hello social standards have deteriorated matters have deteriorated and some of the people in the group that it was in talks about morality having deteriorated we're we're kind of in an anything goes society as long as anything goes means being politically correct and it's what you want to go cause politically correct is changed according to the whims of whatever your political persuasion as and there's all those things we have to think more about that don't worry yeah again I look talk radio is I don't know something going on in a conference room this is not a Daddy Kim this fiction with the doctor diamond diamond associates dot net getting the low down on how to handle conflict in the workplace so they called you may want to quote in the justice of the people aren't being the boss I don't know sounds inherently like well is there a problem with the boss of you can't leave the charging and garner the respect that yeah I don't know see that's it that's why I use the phrase the way that I did because I sounds like more than one person it also sounds like there's a generation gap in the cultural gap going on I haven't gotten enough information but it it I just got the invite today and so there is this isn't a huge amount of it's a weird combination on the one hand people raised to never disagree with each other go along to get along and that causes its own set of problems and on the other hand they don't deal with disagreements in an amicable manner date everything becomes underground and hostile and and getting back at even with them there's a there's a nasty undercurrents the interplay it's almost like we learned on the playground should of so distracting him by the pictures it says backing someone upside the head with that of a file what we learned on the playground you know that again that just it reminds me of the book everything I needed to know I learned a lot these people never learned in kindergarten the same reason that's a great book we start recommending that book along with your great you I'm sorry I'm just gonna say you have your own book on conflict in the workplace a whole book that you wrote I did right yeah I have to resolve workplace conference the causes and cures one of those cars in our huge cultural misunderstandings express example that I use quite often is something stupid that I did not too terribly long ago unfortunately that was on a panel and somebody else cordon corrected it but I was talking about the fact that in some cultures people long disagree with each other in public especially if there's an SRT person in the room and so this one company just something that I consider to be pretty stupid they decided to punish the guy that didn't speak up by putting quote it Kitty and quote in the room and he had to put in a dollar in the Kitty every time you can speak up every fifteen minutes or something like that I mean when I use the phrase in the candy I'm talking to an audience of people from all over the world and they were horrified looks on some faces because they didn't talk about a poker pot they thought I was talking about a baby can't that's what I thought at first too because your cat is made a special appearance on our show and I'm hoping maybe as their names down now the show goes down the mail is then we get when they sit down because they came with the name Bella and Bruno and I you know modified it sounds so the Kitty they and you had to explain yourself of cultural differences you always talk about the need to be aware of we say things not having any idea as to what the other person's receiving because we just assume that that I'm jargon are short cuts you know are the things that everybody understands and they don't hi I what can you say that again without any idea what the other person receiving without any idea what did the course is receiving yeah but what they've meaning that the meaning of this messages with sending sorry just phrase that so perfectly had to bring it out yeah I never called myself okay so we'll have have website will travel I know you can they can contact you via your website or get your books any one of the the lot of them on so many conducting workplace investigations culture inside the company and then you have the one on on conflict and many more so go to the website for that wanted to mention just a quick bit of news California sued again for requiring women on company boards you've been telling us is a come yeah you wearing what the new guidelines are come January women must make up forty percent of company boards of the big board's saying California so far right and I think the thing I'm saying to be because the sexual harassment training rules of change to where California may be in the vanguard other countries yeah right other states followed suit very quickly so women on corporate boards and a lot of women are afraid to even apply some corporate boards are they don't have to behave they don't know what's expected of them they don't have to sell themselves you know I I'm doing some workshops on it yeah you've been so helpful in explaining that to us and.

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"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This I'm from state to state as some have implemented it but it's going full throttle across the US from what I understand from Dr Arline diamond the purveyor of diamond associates dot net is that right Dr Arline all across America on the first of January right. US women's clothes make of up to forty percent on corporate on forty percent more on corporate boards and now I'm you see depending on where you are they actually make up about two or three to five percent so it's going to be. change so wait a minute two or three or five percent are or what women comprise on corporate boards on average across American that has to be up to forty by January first yeah. and they start implementing it yeah it's an interesting problem because on the size of the board of course little family boards I'm going to have an easier time of it is something that they're you know Adam strong woman is part of the family but these big what I call the big board boards. corporate boards they are so accustomed to being all male and to having a particular style of operating that for the average woman and I'm generalizing I'm not making a stereotype here. generally speaking when they're going to have a hard time integrating unless they learn how to be Sir it's not aggressive minister I learned how to speak up in meetings in a way that not disparaging others but is making their point so what I'm doing is I'm doing workshops for women and I'm doing an online for some women because it's a different way of operating. it's sort of a whole new culture for for the board and the women that I guess were used operating a certain way when when they're in the midst of colleagues in the midst of bosses of men and doc it is interesting that you think after all this women's lib for all these decades now that there would perhaps already be laws on the books saying women should comprise so much or on the flip side should be that way anyway without us having to devise these laws of soldiers were talking about I guess. it's a combination of problems one I really believe that general again generally speaking we sell to define what roles we want to go into and women tend to go into the softer skill areas which means promotions aren't quite the same so consequently there are fewer women to get into the sea level because of their work choices are and yes discrimination exists in all of that. put that aside for the moment that all things being equal women make different choices quite often and so now we have a situation where on these boards were mostly they draw from the C. level executives from there and then here is so in their car the customer is mostly during from the colleagues so they're mostly during from by the man and now of course they're going to have to find women who generally speaking are not at the sea level are there at least so so many fewer women that are actually at the sea level than their male contact counterparts. and how do you guide women I know again you do webinars you visit companies of if they'll hire you and then you have seminars in your midst there in northern California where you happen to be how do you guys women on how to behave in sort of you know it changes the culture and change our behavior and our minds that I guess well these two women that you showing me here know it already I can tell she definitely knows that she's got it down. cultural party is women particularly women from other cultures in the Asian cultures but also middle eastern cultures are taught to speak in a very low tone of voice to be apologetic to put lots of qualifiers and polite. where bridge into their talk and so one of the things that I teach women to do it seems so basic is speak up. I was at a meeting the other night and we were just a dozen of the US Senate meeting we're standing and originally came on I was I happened to be sitting at one. and I literally could not hear two women that were at the other end because it was speaking so quietly so what that one of the first things he it's it's your image you know you have to look strong not aggressive but strong so part of it is how you dress part of it is speaking up part of it is standing tall rather than you know being humble and go yeah she's she's got it you know and it is coming into their situation as in low you belong there not as though you're banging your way yeah so that's kind of we do a lot of role playing about that but one of the things that I also teach is for women to recognize that the hammer by you by a position there with him being interviewed to go on to these boards they need to be able to articulate what value they are going to bring to the boards I was recently working with a woman attorney who happen to have an incredible rolodex clients people that she had worked with that were perfect type. for one of them when she was trying to get on and it never occurred to her that that was one of the values that she brought with the rolodex the could be terribly valuable to them so part of ministry hearing now what you have to offer it was this is a job and do what you up in that job what you offer that particular board. and I love the pictures you guys crying you know perfect example of obviously strong competent woman standing in making her point and the men of paying attention. yeah. I'm sorry that we had a pause there I was just gonna say Dr that's sort of guiding the women on how to behave how do you consult with the boards themselves are these companies are run by men because I know you get hired and buy them so what do you tell them and what do you see when you go there so it's obviously very is all over the place but cardboard training is to teach people how to either agree or disagree with each other without them that I can disagree with you without calling you stupid just say have a different opinion here's what mine is and here's why is learning how to do strategic planning and learning how to be a team because of a board whether it's covered or otherwise as a team of players it's learning what your responsibilities are in more important went in not. the thing that one single on board for example that they have the right to interfere with the staff they don't the board is responsible to the CEO when the CEO and C. E. O. is responsible for one of her or his stance and so it's teaching with their with their parameters are with their responsibilities or teaching people how to. one of my please when they say all only a few hours every time each month is not really a lot of work. which is not. top off to find more your.

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"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"arline" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Five three seven oh Dr Arline diamond she is known worldwide for being able to come on in and and help with the people and processes in your workplace says multi faceted counseling group offering she can come she has workshops and and she deals in so many things stock yeah I know you've had some workshops in recent months why no one is woman and the woman in the board room and and what did that entail and what else do you cover okay can I just second of my website is diamond is so soon dot net so many people are trying to I'm associates dot com a data obviously doesn't work so just want to remind you I'm doing a series of court our courses on board training but taking women there's a new mandate specially in California that I forget nineteen forty percent corporate boards now have to have women on them and so women are not prepared for the board leadership is a very different kind of role and so I'm doing a series of workshops I'm trying to do one a quarter but this time exactly working out anywhere I'm doing these workshops to enable women to get on to corporate boards and to be successful on corporate boards I love that picture yes which you guys get the greatest pictures she's a lady boss she is she's got some cool isn't it you know cation right and to be able to stand up and be counted is something that a lot of women you're shy specially women that aren't raised in cultures that stressed humility and modesty that I find myself in these workshops and I do I find myself begging people to speak up speak up so that we can hear you yes LA against what they are used to talk about changes in culture in the workplace and we are such a mixing a melting pot in America that we have people who may have been raised in other places where women didn't and don't have the voices that we do have here and and they they are able to use the voices they have now in these places good good doctor so you're you you what it what do you tell them I basically tell them to speak up and I claim to them that it in order to be respected they're competing with a man's world and they have to look strong not masculine but strong and so I encourage them and help them you know and that's a lot of what I do it also stop apologizing is another one there are lots of choose me I don't mean to interrupt your I'm sorry that I disagree with you or well in my opinion but maybe I'm wrong all of those kinds of things that women have been taught I try to teach as it were that you and I and the other side of that which is an important piece may be used that's the difference between being aggressive and being assertive and to make that distinction was very very important because what happens is when it's when you're new to a certain list you tend to be aggressive and you get it that's going to backfire obviously arm in a quiet way where people know you mean what you say and don't take your niceness your kindness as a misunderstanding the that you're weak and and like you said earlier you we don't have to put when we don't the not trying to be a woman not try to be female but but not you know we don't have to apologize to her either exactly you know that that gray suit always bothered me there was a book years ago teaching dress for success I mean the same Grayson men and women alike yeah we need to be women if where women you know but that doesn't mean we need to be recourse finalists or not humble and jot some day right someday we'll have to talk about just even a tire in the workplace because it's so funny to think of in the seventies and eighties when when we're starting to take their places not be at home all the time it was the the suit with shoulder pads almost looking masculine and then it sort of gravitated down to okay we're we're going to go ahead and wear dresses now is just it's all an interesting thing and it it really does reflect our culture doesn't it it really does you know and more and more using women now have your mission as it were to be to be themselves yeah sure and in the beginning I I was in there and I'm I'm old you know I was in management when there were hardly any women in management back in New York and the only role models I had were women that this is going to sound terrible trying to think of a polite way of phrasing when I'm back information women who would have been good you know wardens in a concentration camp any other way to phrase it you know these very big square women wearing very masculine shoes you know is just out manning the man so to speak our center and it and that just never ever since so I never did it but but there weren't any role models and today fortunately there are lots of role models you know women can be anything she wants to be basically and and now we have cascaded sort of down a slope of not dressing up too much whether it's socially or in the workplace and I want to take that and get back to your thought before the break on social or excuse me still kind alley when American our social media and in it they can wear whatever they want boys and girls and you were making a point about the fine line because they're so analytical sort of it seems like to us on the outside a loose workplace well it is loose work place and it's a loose work place in that again we we think only Google and you know an apple in a couple Google for example that we don't know the four hundred companies that look more like this picture here then you know than happy juries workplaces but the object is to keep people at work as much as possible and also to keep them working for you as opposed to your competitor so the goodies that we are meant to is you know is extra perks for that reason album is alright and and it bothers me is this is worse than the old company store kind of saying this is your whole life your food you dry cleaning your your okay your massages all of this is available at work and I think it's working happened with family life because it's just too much time being spent at work is too much of your life that is in the workplace and not and not with your family not a leftist balanced intercom and and I think that a chance to what we were talking about in terms of you know lack of emotions that fits and just reminding people whether they have a family or not there is a life outside work because you would want to stay and take you know and manage all those those perks and benefits in those places doctor we can't thank you enough for being on with us the website is diamond associates.

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"arline" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"arline" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Thanks again for your time here. I wanted to run a quick stat by you because I just found it this week pensions. All right. All right. It's a twenty four percent of workers in the United States have a pension. But that includes the federal government, which is almost one hundred percent unionized. So if you don't work in the government, basically, you don't have a pension those things have gone away, haven't they? Yeah. There's no starts very few pensions anymore. Meteoroid pilots used to have some some of the schoolteachers had one. But those Adwan, but those are gone the way of the dinosaur. Retirement planning really does kind of follow on us in a lot of ways, and I like to avoid fees where possible I'm just gonna go ahead and do personal front page. Don't like paying the extra stuff. What is Online Trading Academy offer where I can own a little bit more of my retirement planning, but we have a whole different approach because no one's gonna care more make your money, grow faster and safer that you will. So we're a school or educators. We've been around for twenty two years we have to of concentration one is on investing, which is a term for people that want to generate and build higher retirement accounts. Any other training for people who are not quite ready dryer, but they wanted tonight work cash quota save their kids college or pay bills or my new house right out of the two chunks, right? And the second chunk. That's the that's where I came in. Because that's when I came and took your online free. I'm sorry. Free seminar to start things off with arline Trading Academy. Good class it went fast. But there's something I want to double down on with Online Trading Academy. It was it was the teaching method. Right. That's a patented method. Right. And most people that are investors, which we're talking about long term as opposed to traders used things call fundamental analysis. I mean, everybody does it p e ratios balance-sheets earnings per share revenue forecast. And that sorta works a little bit. But does work very well. Because Wall Street has their whole completely different approach to making it best with physicians, and we have a patent on a process called supply and demand where we analyzed where Goldman Sachs gonna buy a hundred million dollars worth or whatever stock this morning where they got to sell it. And we don't need to know why. Or what the balance sheet looks like or who the president of the company is I don't care the name. We just need to know what's happening with the chart with respect to. Where the institutions replacing you're buying and selling orders. Right. Because if you trade off of headlines the stuff that I do all week long you go a little bit nuts because you'll see to communist. I've always heard if you want four opinions as to a communist, right? So it's better if you can kind of have ownership of this too. Now, I want to go back to the seminars a free opening day seminar. What is the expectation there? Pitch at an open house as opposed to opening day. That's baseball. That's all right. Love you. Quick. It's it's an open house. It's basically, you know, you come to our school or coming on our remote locations, we spent a couple of hours together and see if we're what you're looking for for some people where exactly what they want for some people are not. Okay. Well, let's talk about those campuses where are the in the bay area? We have one main campus which is down by the airport in San Jose right next to the matrix casino. And the other are remote aren't really campuses will because people complain sometimes because they're not stupid bay area. Traffic. They wanna get drive two hours to come to our event through. I we have reality issues. Get 'cause we have remote campuses in Pleasanton. Foster city, and we just added one in Mountainview were so that so we try to be convenient to everybody. Yeah. That's all over the bay your scattered around. So it's easy to get to that first free seminar with Lance or another Online Trading Academy instructor. Let's talk about getting people interested and registered for that first free class. What never should they call aunt? Hey, it's pretty simple as far they're driving or if they have their cell phone handy. Hop on the phone, call eight seven seven three three eight trade TR AG eight seven seven three three a trade.

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"arline" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"arline" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Out of the way the concept promotes using tax dollars to give low income families alternatives to public schools. Opponents believe it could take money away from an already underfunded public school system. Clayton Neville KLIF new Dallas city council moving forward with the process of reinstating a curfew for kids under seventeen last night. They voted to schedule two public meetings on the issue. Those must be held by state law before the council can reinstate the rule the ordinance which prohibits teams from being out after eleven pm and during school hours has done some opposition in the six years. It was. Place. A group of Texas residents or among plaintiffs in a trial involving the Trump administration's edition of a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census. The plan has already been blocked by a different judge trial began a week after a federal judge in New York ruled commerce secretary will be Wilbur Ross acted in an arbitrary and capricious manner before deciding to add the citizenship question. The Justice department is appealing that ruling. It's time to get a business update now at seven or nine NetWorth radio, Spence McGowan morning Spencer. Good morning. Amy, Southwest Airlines and American Airlines both reported this morning. The North Texas airlines indicating that we probably reached the peak in travel growth and Ford operating profit down twenty eight percent. The Dow holding firm up about twenty five points and west Texas intermediate crude fifty to eighteen a barrel doubt about forty one sets. I'm spending gallon. President McGowan group net worth radio dot com. I wanna tell you about my favorite place in the world to get breakfast and arline cheetahs crossroad center in north Dallas and their doors are open. They open up at seven AM..

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Best from NFL training camps 2018

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:42 min | 4 years ago

Best from NFL training camps 2018

"Next afternoons on ESPN LA Rams on the field for the first day of training camp. Two thousand eighteen here at UC Irvine and teams are opening up. All across the country were the Rams Kirk. They play a game. They have first preseason game two weeks from today in Baltimore against the ravens. So we're going to be into it fast. This is the first day at camp, but I mean, you better get up to speed pretty quickly because there's going to be games before you know it. Yeah, I and I have a joint practice next week in Baltimore Baltimore's will, but it's it's fast. Actually, two weeks from today is the first game for the Rams one week from today is actually the first preseason game between the bears and ravens. So if football is the on your appetite, trust me, you're going to get a lot of it, but it's a, it's here in this coming fast right now is practice over already. Are they there on the left side team? Jon? Okay, everybody. I remember that part of practice. It looks real chill and call. Yeah, real call. I read something today about the special teams unit that the for the first time in. NFL history. All four of the Rams specialists made the Pro Bowl. Jake mcquaid the long snappers. Johnny Hecker. Yes, Greg's arline Ferro Cooper, all four of them made the Pro Bowl, and and you know, you and I talk about it every week in and out, but that that was, you know, Todd girlies this Jared goff's, that Aaron Donald was doing what he was doing an offense and defense and Wade Phillips in Sean McVay fact of the matter is that group of guys that special teams group bones fossil in the job that he does with those guys. It gave them such a massive advantage weakened in week at they're blocking punts. They were. They were blocking extra points, everything about them, blocking field goals on special teams was above the line by a mile. Yeah. I mean, that was what to me gave. I think, Jared, also the confidence to that Sean McVeigh had to instill in him that, hey, it's okay, we, we got one of the best punters in the game. He's gonna, pin them deep and hopefully our defense and get a stop and think. That's something that the Rams can rely on this year even more so because of the way that they're special teams played a year ago that even this year now you can kind of play this a certain situations, hey, we can go take a shot deep down the field here because sometimes you gotta sit plays up. You gotta go attack in certain areas. You know, third and twelve or second and twelve fellows. We've got to go take a shot here and if we don't get the shot, if we don't get it or you know, we don't convert on third now it's okay to punt. I, it's okay. I know one of my guys always talked to former quarterback and says, Kirk, remember, always every series must intimate kick right? Always whether it's a punt a field goal point after everything has to end with the kick. So it's okay to have those punts. But when you have a guy like Hecker, who can actually in a game in which the Rams can now play that type of game in terms of, hey, this is going to be a field position game. We're not going to score a lot of points. You're going to need a guy like Hecker and he showed that last year in some situations where he's been lights out inside the twenty. You name it that that's his game and and Greg's airline, assuming he's healthy, right? I mean everything inside of fifty yards automatic. Well, to me, he's the one that won the Dallas cowboy game. Yeah. When. Few goes, you know, they couldn't really convert and get in the end zone as much as they want it. But you talk about a guy who was on and really that was the game that really that caught everyone's attention like, okay, this thing looks for real..

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Trista, Becca and Ryan discussed on The Steve Cochran Show

The Steve Cochran Show

01:13 min | 4 years ago

Trista, Becca and Ryan discussed on The Steve Cochran Show

"Yes special memorial day edition of the bachelorette starts tonight becca is the bachelorette she was the one who you may remember from last season on the bachelor she was proposed to and then dumped by arline die junior and that was made him the worst bachelor in history people had their pitchforks out he's the biggest villain ever so she got dumped and then you know naturally everybody wants to see her fine love redemption story so she gets to be the bachelorette and do it all over again so she's starts tonight dating a couple of dozen dudes we know by the end of this she gets engaged that's been out there for a while now so she will find love or at least temporarily crazy people are nuts about this show i know people that are obsessed with this show they can't miss it how season is this of the bachelorette now going along time i think if you if you count both six twenty six yes success rate is one trista think trista and ryan.

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