35 Burst results for "Barbara Barbara"

Barbara Mandrell returns to the Opry for 50th anniversary

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Barbara Mandrell returns to the Opry for 50th anniversary

"Musician Barbara Mandrell has made a rare public appearance to mark her 50th anniversary as a member of the grand Ole opry in Nashville on Saturday I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Kerry Underwood was one of the musicians paying tribute to Barbara Mandrell at the grand Ole opry others were Linda Davis CC winans and Susie bagus Mandrell joined the opry in 1972 when she was 23 She has not played music or sung in public except for church since she retired in 1997 Mandrell says it was great to return to the opry It's family And I'm big on family I think that's obvious By the wonderful family that I have So I just feel at home I feel comfortable

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Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes

"Los Angeles County is holding off on an indoor mask mandate for now two weeks ago health director Barbara farrar said Los Angeles County could require indoor masks again under CDC criteria as hospital coronavirus admissions trended upward But Thursday officials were able to Dodge imposing a broader mask mandate for now reporting that infections and rates of hospitalizations have stabilized for R says COVID-19 rates in LA have declined since July 23rd so while the county remains at the high level of community transmission it could drop to a medium level in coming weeks The county still requires masks in some indoor spaces like healthcare facilities and public transportation county supervisor Catherine barger says she's hopeful they can return the focus to promoting vaccines treatments and the benefits of masking while leaving the decision in the public's hands I'm Jennifer King

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You Can't Have Good Intentions Without Understanding the Consequences

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

You Can't Have Good Intentions Without Understanding the Consequences

"I think public health schools, for the most part, produce spectacularly stupid people. Barbara Ferreira is a perfect example in the county I live Los Angeles County. They don't ask what are the consequences? So let us close schools only one country, it's a very, very sad thing. One country asked the question, will it hurt children more than it will help children? That is a question of wisdom. And one country asked it and said, we will not close schools, the country was Sweden.

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Eric Asks Pete and Seth Talbott, Is Age an Advantage in Business?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | Last month

Eric Asks Pete and Seth Talbott, Is Age an Advantage in Business?

"Folks, we continue our series with Pete and Seth talbott of the Talbot group where I get to ask kind of a classic business question. So the question I'm asking this week is from the position from the point of view of the business owner who wants to know is my age and advantage or a disadvantage. You're looking at me. I'm looking at you. What are you looking at? Yes. Well, I started in business pretty early. I graduated from high school with a 1.1. And I'm proud that I made it through high school. I'm kind of off the charts. Every successful businessman has a story like this, right? I wish I wish I could be. And then he sells. He never cracked a book once and four points. Yeah, yeah. Anyway, just drove me nuts. Okay. Anyway, not my problem. But my folks let me get into business at age 16. And I started singing professionally. Singing, singing. In nightclubs, and as a Christian, there is a lot of old fuddy duddy Christians that weren't too happy about it, but I was with three guys and we were good and we sang in nightclubs and we did special events for campus crusade for Christ and what have you. It's how you eventually met pat Boone. Yeah, that's how we met pat Boone. His agent saw us at a club in Santa Barbara long story. But let's let you know what the books. Singing. And singing. I did make it through high school. Belvi Christian school, I made it through. But if I hadn't had that outlet, I think I don't know what would have

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The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.

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From Nixon to Trump: Is Donald Relying on Watergate Precedent?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

From Nixon to Trump: Is Donald Relying on Watergate Precedent?

"Jamie Raskin said he doesn't intend to browbeat Merrick Garland, but he noted the committee has already laid out in legal pleadings criminal statutes that they believe Donald violated. I think he knows his staff knows the U.S. attorneys know what's at stake here. They know the importance of it, but think that he thinks they were rightfully playing paying close attention to precedent in history as well as the facts of the case. I agree with that. But we can't Nixon got away with it. And this led to Donald Trump, I think. Yeah. I'm watching Watergate because the 50th anniversary of the break in is this year. Is this month, I think. And so there's a lot of stuff right now and gas lit just ended yesterday. So good. The guy that plays Lydia is fantastic. Yes. So I mean, this is watching that and just kind of, because I was little at the time, I was just a weird little 5 year old. But Nixon did get away with it. And on Barbara mcquade and Joel wine banks is hashtag sisters in law podcast. They were banting about should criminal charges be brought and the importance of that not happening just means then people are above the law. Right. And proving it in the court of law is different than I really do feel as much as Adam Schiff doesn't think it's happening and I respect him like crazy. I do think they're investigating it. It would be remiss of them not to. 100% believe that they are. You know, and Garland is very good at being quiet about things. And I like that about him. And he's conservative so the fact that he has brought up seditious conspiracy charges for such a conservative DoJ. That's a big charge. That's a huge charge. It's almost impossible to prove, so I think that because he's doing that, he is going. He's looking into what Donald knew and when he knew it. And it looks like the committee has set the stage for Donald's defense not to work going on in no.

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Michelle Obama Was Always an Idiot, Radical Kook

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Michelle Obama Was Always an Idiot, Radical Kook

"Now these damn fools will wear masks That's the science while they pretend a baby one second before birth isn't a baby Wow that's a choice I'm asking science a baby is a choice Now I say this with all the respect I can muster Michelle was always an idiot And if we want to shift the tide she said we can't afford to get cynical or throw our hands up and walk away Well what do you need to do So don't walk away and throw your hands up But what's the opposite of that We have to double down get even more organized and join the activists who've been doing this work away from the spotlight for so long Michelle she's no No Dolly Madison no Barbara Bush No Jackie Kennedy Historic figure no question about it But a radical kook That's right I said it And I don't plan to issue a statement I don't plan to be fined a $100,000 I don't plan on any of that happening Over my dead

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Gas Prices Reach Record Highs, Again

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Gas Prices Reach Record Highs, Again

"A new marker yesterday gas is hit $4 a gallon in all 50 states. In California, $6 and 29 cents a gallon for regular. I'm thinking about someone stuck on the 55 and the 91 coming in from Marino valley over to the coast or someone coming down from Santa Barbara or the one O one into LA and certainly those very long commutes up into the city or Silicon Valley, $6 and 29 cents a gallon. You know, yesterday, Joe Biden invoked the defense production act for baby formula to make it easier to make baby formula. I think he should invoke the defense production act to make more gasoline. Does anyone ask him that in the press corps I'll ask Michael to share that. You know, it was a big deal. The DNP, the DPA, defense production act for baby formula. Why not the DPA for gasoline?

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Tarasenko scores twice, Blues beat Coyotes 5-1

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Tarasenko scores twice, Blues beat Coyotes 5-1

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House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 4 months ago

House votes to decriminalize marijuana, but Senate fate dim

"The the house house has has approved approved a a bill bill that that would would decriminalize decriminalize marijuana marijuana at at the the federal federal level level and and allow allow states states to to set set their their own own policies policies I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the building building criminalizes criminalizes marijuana marijuana at at the the federal federal level level by by removing removing it it from from the the controlled controlled substances substances act act in in congressman congressman Jerry Jerry Nadler Nadler the the bill's bill's sponsor sponsor says says with with most most states states having having done done so so already already it's it's long long overdue overdue in in congresswoman congresswoman Barbara Barbara Lee Lee adds adds make make no no mistake mistake yes yes it it is is a a racial racial justice justice bill bill according according to to the the ACLU ACLU black black Americans Americans the the nearly nearly four four times times more more likely likely to to be be arrested arrested for for cannabis cannabis related related crimes crimes than than white white Americans Americans despite despite equal equal rights rights abuse abuse but but congressman congressman cliff cliff Benson Benson Oregon Oregon Republican Republican questions questions Democrats Democrats timing timing the the main main priority priority for for the the Democrats Democrats this this week week is is that that Ukraine Ukraine skyrocketing skyrocketing gasoline gasoline prices prices eight eight percent percent inflation inflation or or the the border border crisis crisis no no one one said said is is marijuana marijuana and and he he says says the the legislation legislation does does nothing nothing to to address address the the consequences consequences of of legalization legalization still still the the bill bill is is not not expected expected to to garner garner enough enough support support to to pass pass the the Senate Senate a a similar similar measure measure died died there there two two years years ago ago Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington

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Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:44 min | 4 months ago

Legendary Performer Pat Boone Shares a Story About Buddy Hackett

"Talking to papuan. Do you understand what I'm telling you? Pat Boone. Pat, is it really you? It's definitely me. You're not just teasing me. It's really you. I confess, no makeup whatsoever. A purposely kind of fuzzy light so that I'm wearing, I'm wearing enough makeup for the two of us. Don't worry about it. I said to them, I want to look like George Hamilton. What can you do? And this is as close as they were willing to go. They didn't want to give me what you need four shades of tan more. That's all. Have you played golf with George Hamilton? I played in the same tournament with the who's who of showbiz, but not in the same force of no. What about so you've played golf with Bing Crosby? I don't know that it gets when you say you've played off with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. I think we're done. I don't think you can top that. Have you ever played? Have you ever played golf with Phyllis Diller? No, I don't think she plays, but you know, I topped it, as I say, Bing Crosby was my sponsor. He was my reason. Now, look, can I tell you a funny story about that? It involved buddy. I dare you. Go ahead. It involves Buddy Hackett. He and I were making a movie. Now you got to keep it clean. It is clean. All hands on deck with Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, and so on. And Buddy Hackett, who played an Indian in this film. It was a naval. It was in the navy. I mean, we were on the navy LST. And he was just lower course. And I was a lieutenant. And so anyway, you don't need to know the story. While we're making the film, he was taking up golf. He said, pat. He says, I want to get to be a Bel Air. Can I be a member of Bel Air? And I got to be honest, I was not, I was not expecting you to do a Buddy Hackett impression on this program. So I just checked that off my bucket list. So you're doing a film with Buddy Hackett, Barbara Eden, and during the film, Buddy Hackett is leaning on you to try to get into the Bel Air country club. Okay. Yes. Now, he was already a member of hillcrest, a Jewish club. But Bel Air, of course, is famous. That's where Howard Hughes landed his plane famously and on the golf course and things like that. And this pictures of being in bob and Fred Astaire and Gable when he had a hole in one. You know, it's where all the stars like to play. And I was a member now at 23, 24 years old. And we're in the car, and he says, I want to play a bit here. And I said, well, buddy. I don't have anything to do with except I can ask the manager. And he says, we'll do that. So I did. And the manager told me he said, you know, we don't have any Jewish members. I said, what is it? He says, it's not in our bylaws. Now, wait a minute. What year, this is like what 54, what year is this? 57. 57. Bel Air country club had no, I mean, I'm not surprised, but it's nonetheless, it's extraordinary. It was shocked to me. And they didn't say it's not in our bylaws. It's just we don't happen to have any. She said, but you can talk to the membership committee, the various members and see what they, if they'll vote, but

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Singing coach, 87, dies after she was attacked on NYC street

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Singing coach, 87, dies after she was attacked on NYC street

"New York City police are searching for the woman who pushed an eighty seven year old Broadway vocal coach to her death on the street Barbara Guster and also worked with performers be on Broadway police say she was attacked in Chelsea last Thursday by a woman who pushed her to the ground Guster Nader head and died Tuesday chief of detectives James Essig says it wasn't on provokes senseless attack that's horrific an eighty seven year old woman just walking down the street knocked to the ground police released surveillance video of the suspect a woman who they say cross the street came up behind us churn and pushed her to the ground on west twenty third Julie Walker New York

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Biden to deliver first State of the Union

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Biden to deliver first State of the Union

"President Biden will face a balancing act as he delivers his first state of the union address tonight war in Europe will be the backdrop as the president heads to the capitol and while his speech we'll have to address that I think for the average American this is not a harbor university of Virginia presidential historian Barbara Perry says for better or worse most Americans simply are not engaged with what's happening overseas as they deal with their own problems inflation is an issue co that is an issue and the president will have to explain how the war will affect them with higher gas prices one consequence still peri says if he wants the president can use the phrase every president wants to give in the annual address to Congress saying the evidence backs up a claim that the state of the union is indeed strong Sager mag on the at the White House

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Nancy Pelosi Equates Russian Invasion to 'Republican Assults in U.S.'

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Equates Russian Invasion to 'Republican Assults in U.S.'

"She's in a video meeting this weekend and she equates Russian invasion of Ukraine to Republican quote assaults on our democracy in our own country This is a sick woman This is a sick woman All those Botox treatments have obviously leaked into the mush that is her brain Cut 6 go As we talked about Ukraine on the trip we talked about the fact that the invasion of the assault on Ukraine was an assault on democracy Barbara took the time to talk about a soul song Democrats speak Detective they get jaw lock or something Go ahead Own country Putin was engaged in just trying to disrupt our own elections But a separate and apart from that what's going on in our country about the vote and the role that you're playing to fight for passage in the Senate and the rest on voting rights in our country Sir once again my own speaker connecting what's taking place abroad to what's taking place in our own country And what we see taking place in Ukraine now is a direct assault on

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 DeRozan continues streak with 37 points, Bulls beat Hawks

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

DeRozan continues streak with 37 points, Bulls beat Hawks

"To Barbara Rosen continued his NBA record streak as the bulls defeated the hawks one twelve one oh wait for the eighth straight game to rose and scored at least thirty five points thirty seven on this night while shooting at least fifty percent from the field to Rosen also scored twelve points in the final quarter including two late clutch baskets Zach Levine added twenty points for the bulls who won their sixth straight game back then by done events had a season high twenty seven points for Atlanta with Clint capella adding fourteen points and seventeen boards David Shuster Chicago

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Moink Founder Lucinda Describes Her Experience on 'Shark Tank'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | 6 months ago

Moink Founder Lucinda Describes Her Experience on 'Shark Tank'

"Yes, I'm talking to lucinda, who is, I don't know, listen to how to describe you. You're the woman behind moin. I want you to say it. Where does moin come from? Moin. But you gotta go to moin box dot com to order the and so you can say oink oink just so happy I got moist. You could, but I never will. Okay, now listen challenge accepted. Now listen, so you were talking about when you were on Shark Tank. This is behind the scenes. Yes. And they had treated some dignified woman with their business, whatever, in such a way that she walked out of their sort of beaten up. Yeah, you know, look, she was very poised and confident and educated and like I said, all the things that I envisioned, maybe one day I will, I'd never be. But I had a lot of respect for it and so she walked in and she glad it in there. I was rooting for her. You're not supposed to see the people that go before you, right? And when she walked out her shoulders were hunched down, and I just thought to myself, oh, lord, no. If you are going to do that to me, I'm going to earn it. Right. So you went out there with a chip on your shoulder. Not literally. But Barbara corcoran. She wasn't in the room. I'm sad 'cause I felt like her and I, no, no, no. I thought she was the one that said you seem like you have a little chip on your shoulder. Who was that? John, who said Damon? Yeah. He said that. Yeah, they cut out what I really said in response because it wasn't TV appropriate, but it might have been something along the lines of if I've been disrespectful in any way, please let me know because I'd like to get right. But if you just think I'm a strong drink a whisky, you're I am. And not everybody can belly up to the bar and other words like, look, you don't come from nothing. And a small farming community, I lost my daddy when I was 11. My mother struggled, will you're absolutely right. This is a personal business to me. I'm gonna have a cookie. I'm gonna have a chip on my shoulder because the family farm is something that I'm passionate about. I'm with you. And I didn't know all the terms I had to learn them before I went on. I had to have a crash course of what these words meant because I knew the concepts I just didn't know the words, right?

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Remembering Rush Limbaugh One Year After His Death

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Remembering Rush Limbaugh One Year After His Death

"The great Rush Limbaugh went to heaven. He was special. I'll tell you what. All the times driving all across the country, it was a tradition. When I was first getting turning point USA started, I would rent cars, you know, I couldn't rent a car until I was like 22 or 23 or whatever. And I'd always be going to meetings. And I'd try to schedule my meeting so I could be in the car during rush. And so you'd Google Los Angeles, Russia affiliate. And I'd be driving from I don't know, Santa Barbara or Oxnard to Orange County. And I'd be making calls in between, but right there on the radio was rush. No matter where I was in the country I could always get my rush and so then my great friend Tom Patrick May he rest in peace. He was so special. He really got me on to rush when rush I think was at his best rush was at his absolute best. In my personal opinion, not that he was ever bad, but just when I think he was just hitting home run after home run during 2016, 17 and 18, those were the three years where rush was most needed when it was the Christine balls a Ford stuff. The Russia gate stuff and the Trump stuff in 16 rush was spectacular. He kept people at ease about Trump, he kept people at ease about the whole thing. He was he was just so special. I could go on about my stories. I got to know him personally. And he was a friend.

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Olympics Live: Chen sets world record in short program

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Olympics Live: Chen sets world record in short program

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"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

08:04 min | 11 months ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"The window. I'm going to tell you the real deal listening today. I'm going to answer all your burning questions about work. Life starting accompany getting on track and much much more. Be sure to call in to the business unusual hotline with your question at eight eight eight barbara. That's eight eight eight b. a. r. b. r. a. This episode is presented by. At and t. business. Hey barbara this is leslie from ohio. I was wondering if it's ever appropriate to ask what the salaries during the interview absolutely but save that question till the end because it's much more gracious to ask at the end of the chew and before you who in make sure you know at that. Job is worth searched online and going with that number and if they give you a lower number and you're looking for more say it right than in there. There's no harm doing that every salary. Believe me negotiable. Hello this is barbara barbara. My name is hayley from auburn california. I was just curious. Why is the best questions to trip interviewers. In your opinion you've been in a game for a long time and you're always you know looking for that fresh person. That really did their homework. So what questions Surprise and impress you think you. Maybe i never tried to ask a trick question or trip somebody up and i don't look at the active interviewing as a game at all in my mind. The purpose of interview is simply to find out if the person's going to be good for the job do they fit the company Do they have the skill set. That's needed to perform the job. Well now when. I think about what kinds of questions i asked to accomplish. That goal of the first and foremost is to try to get to know the person as an individual. I always ask questions about their family. Their parents siblings town. They were born in. What's it like. I try to get them to relax and tell me all about the background. Why because you really can't change people if someone has a very open attitude. They're going to be an open worker. If they have a spirited core about their family in the hometown they going to be a team player. if they have grudges or if they're insecure or are Couching their own personality. I know they're not going to be open minded and so i ask a lot of questions about their background because i want to really get to know the individual their attitudes most importantly And the way they look at life The second part of the interview is to really drill down on the skill set to try to figure out. Do they have the skills for the job. And this don't trick questions there. I just present different. Circumstances went on on sure and see how they respond to it. What would they do. And so i end the interview feeling like i know the individual and i know if they have the skill set. And you know what i've learned. I've learned that. You can never change individual when i was young. Doing my first early hires. I always thought i could remake anybody if i put my mind to it. But then i realized if their parents couldn't remake them and life didn't remake them by now. Heck what was. I going to do to remake them. Sino and i interview. I'm going to get what i see. I'm not always hoping like i used to. When i was young i could change them. I can improve people. But i can't really change. I recently interviewed a woman who is very talented. Obviously had the skill set for the job but in the interview. I wasn't sure if she was going fit my personality. I was concerned because she talked a lot. And i'm not a good listener around someone who talks a lot in the workplace and so lucky for her. She asked an amazing question. Before i finish the interview with her she said is anything that would get in the way of you hiring me well she s so i told a. Yeah you talk too much. I said and she turned right around. She said i don't have to talk too much. I can work around that. I could be exactly who you want me to be. I won't talk too much. And i hire good for her. If that was an a trick question it was certainly a great question and she wouldn't be happily working in my company today. Being tremendous at what she does issue and ask that question. I was ready to pass just threw that in. I think that has been something new. I learned recently. Let's take a short break to talk about a company. I love no doubt. It's been a tough year for small business but those were quick to go. Virtual and adopt new technology are coming out on top. That's why i've teamed up with eighteen business to bring you the business unusual webinar series with free expert advice on how to grow your business from some of the smartest people i know like gary viner chuck ratio ray rebecca jarvis of abc news. Danny meyer of shake shack. Daniela betsy of kind bars and many many more registered eighty barbara dot com to get the tips and tricks. You need to push your business ahead today. At and t. Business shares my passion for small business. And we're eager to hear from you. If you've got a question tweet us at barbara corcoran and at att business. And i just might answer your question live now. let's get back to the show. Hey sh ruthie. From austin texas and I'm glad to go to college. And i was wondering what advice you have for young girls wanting to do something in business Wanting to succeed in business because it's really challenging for many to get past. The barriers are in place and i washed shirt tank. And all these shows. And i i find it really inspirational what you do permit people. So thank you so much tracy first off. You can't focus on the barriers you look at the barriers keeps you outside in the same spot. You're in no don't let the barriers and certainly don't look at yourself as a young girl or even a woman for that matter. I don't think i ever approached a day in my life and business trying to build my life. As i wanted it to be as a young girl or woman i thought of myself as a person and more importantly i thought of myself as a competitor so when i entered the world of men who looked down on me or didn't take me seriously. I don't think i was even aware of that. I just dismissed it. I was too busy. Just doing what added due to accomplish what i wanted to do. And if they saw me differently what the heck. It wasn't until i was in business ten years until i realized the great advantage of being a woman. You know what it was. The guys didn't take me seriously. And so i went around that back and competed so hard while they weren't watching until i became the number one rival. I surprise them. If i had been a man they would have seen me coming in. They would put up a battle. But because i was a woman. They didn't take me seriously. Stop thinking of yourself as a woman. Just go out and compete like you would if you were a man. And that's all we have time for today if you have a question. Leave me a voicemail in the business unusual hotline eight eight barbara. That's eight eight eight b. a. r. b. a. r. a. You can also tweet it to me at barbara corcoran and i may just answered on a future episode. You've been listening to business unusual with me. Barbara corcoran come back. next week. To hear more steps and missteps. I took on the path to success search and follow business unusual on iheartradio or subscribe. Wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"Spend on that listen the more crystal clear you are about it the better hiring job you'll do so don't do a thing until you've got that really clear lists including the hours vacation time how it's gonna run overtime at times what you're going to do about overtime. Think of every single angle see of this law scary lists. You're record not for the next guy here. Okay secondly what questions you ask in an interview that gives you the meet the stuff you really wanna hear this one best question the world if you willing to listen. Tell me about yourself and then keep asking question on question. Tell me about yourself. That's how you're going gonna get a read on that person's personality which is key. Does it match your list that you need in the personality and then you want to ask about their experience specifically do this do that. If there's a way you can test the do this do that all the better. But if you can't you want to ask about and see if you believe the answers they're giving you a. How organized are you owe. A morgan is on a scale of one to ten. How organize i seven. Oh that's so organiz. Okay you want to drill down and get real good solid answers to your question and then last after you've finished doing the questioning you want to make sure you're hiring attitude over experience it's great to have experienced can live without experience if you get somebody with a positive attitude. I'm going to use my mike stevens. Who runs all my shark tank businesses as a perfect example cyber leave. You'll remember it in the interview. When i was interviewing mike he was just graduating from college. He was the football coach. No pardon me the football captain in college. Big muscular guy the kind of guy you picked treating seven hamburgers and may be dripping the catchable over his mouth but i needed someone super organized when i asked him how organiz she was. He said very organized. I said how organized she said. Well i was a scholarship kid at columbia university. The captain my football team. I worked twenty hours a week for the university to help support my tuition. And i gotta be plus average. You have to be organized to pull that off too. I believe him you bench. I was impressed. And then the other issue. I had on my list was a lot of men. Don't like to work for strong women. And here's a football macho guy. Who i enough. He likes for women who strong women. And so i asked him. How do you feel about reporting to a woman. I can ask that question and you know what you said. My mother is the most organized powerful person i ever met. I reported her my whole life. I love answering women who knew this. Football hero was gonna come out with that stuff right. So i hired him that day based on attitude and my other important trait can they report to own and you know perfect. Hire his attitude toward him. Everything he didn't know about the job any new nothing. If i had chosen based on experience he was the absolute wrong candidate. But i had my eye on experience a me. I had my eye on attitude over experience. And i had my eye on the key traits that i needed for that specific job because i had taken the time to make the list too. I know what i was hunting for. So that's what i would suggest. I know it's a way a lot of more information in the us for but it is a sure-fire formula behind the right people. It is and that's all. We have time for today if you have a question. Leave me a voicemail in the business unusual hotline eight barbara. That's eight eight eight b. a. r. b. a. r. A you can also tweet it to me at barbara corcoran and i may just answered on a future episode. You've been listening to business unusual with me. Barbara corcoran come back. next week. to hear more steps and missteps. I took on the to success. Search and follow business unusual on iheartradio or subscribe. Wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"Hi my name is melissa. And i'm calling from new canaan in connecticut and my question is what advice Do you give to young entrepreneurs who are finding their way in the business world Water good jobs to take To gain experience or internships to apply to gain experience Thank you melissa. This is a question. I hear every single day in. It's a great question so it's good you're asking a lot of people can learn from it you just starting out. There's a whole world out there. Where do you go. What do you focus on what he'd take. What are you one. It's like so hard when you haven't started down a path okay. So my advice would be three solid things. Okay number one. You want to stay open minded. Okay just see what comes your way you gotta go out and play in the traffic to see what bumper cars of the air. And what do you like to do which you want to jump in and steer you gotta get out there and tries to alaska them. So don't go out there with an attitude that you have to find the right first step. There is no right. I stepped is no formula. Just get out and get in the fray. That's number one number two. You'll have opportunities along the way in the beginning and all along the next job and the job. I after that you'll have opportunities to choose more money or better position or more experience but you know they never come in the same job. A better experience comes with some jobs and better pay comes another other jobs always choose experience because when you choose the better experience it always gets you further ahead when you you back up from your life and look back and see wall. Thank god i worked for that guy. Thank god i worked in that place that opened the store to this one that open door to this one but if you had just bought the job that was offered you because paid more. Those jobs never really go anywhere for some reason. That's what i've learned. And i've had a lot of jobs. Hey and the last is don't overlook the person you're working with working for you boss if you choose a boss that you like and has your back. He likes you back. she likes you back. She protects you. You're gonna wind up in a better job. You're going to get promoted more. You have pushed ahead because you've joined a great team headed by great leader and so don't overlook who you work for has more to do as you happiness you'll find than what you actually do for a living so loosen it up. Melissa you sound a little tight loosen it up. Let's not get out there and playing the traffic. Don't be so particularly. And that's all we have time for today if you have a question. Lead me a voicemail on the business unusual hotline eight eight eight barbara. That's eight b. a. r. b. a. r. a you can also tweet it to me at barbara corcoran and i may just answered on a future episode. You've been listening to business unusual with me. Barbara corcoran come back. next week. to hear more steps and missteps. I took on the path to success. Search follow business unusual on iheartradio or subscribe. Wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"And i'm trying to match it with a great enthusiastic answer but the truth is that i got an invitation. Gordon shark tank. I just got lucky call. Not that i was already working very hard in the field to build a reputation for myself as someone in the media space. But i got lucky. Call someone who called me and invited me. Would i be interested in going on the show. that's how i got on shark tank. I might also add that. I got rejected on shark tank right after i signed the contract. We'll say cold and so they changed their mind and the best thing. I did not lucky. But the best thing i did was stand for myself and give them a lot of reasons why they had made a mistake and asking them to invite me and the other woman they already chose or so they said out to compete for the one seat so that was the best decision i made and really got me on shark tank but i do get that lucky coal. Initially that being said. Why do i do it. I wish i could tell you. It's because i love helping people and that was on my mind. In the gecko. I discover that later why i did shark tank. Initially as it was fun. I felt like i could speak my mind. Be myself and people responded well to and they got something out of it only then did i realize the power of plane. The fairy godmother and making dreams come true and how much satisfaction i would get of having many different partners all the time changing all the time becoming part of my family and how satisfied that was. I wanna say one of the thing and that is i love me on shark tank every single day. All right i. There isn't a day on that. Set that i don't say thank you god for giving me this shot and because of that i've got so much satisfaction. Well well well. Beyond what a job could give give. You feels to me just like a gift gift every day but you keep that old enthusiasm olivia from the city of long island. I never heard that line could feel and you sound like you're still from long island by the way. Don't lose that accent. Hello this is barbara. Hi barbara since they keep from olive branch mississippi. I have been a work from home. Mom for twenty five years. I built a very successful direct sales business. That unfortunately closed after thirty five years in business i was with that company for twenty years earned a healthy six figure income. And now it's gone. I never thought that. I would invest so much of myself and my time into that business but fell in love with the people i worked with and that exposed me to. I'm now floundering. And the fact that i've not yet found anyone who acknowledges the skills and stamina and professionalism that building and sustaining in that industry required is somewhat disappointing I have great people skills a higher than normal q. and work ethic. And i'm just wondering if you have any advice or direction for what line of business i'm not consider pursue mix while it's kind of a complicated question because there's a lot of layers would vicky so let me take a stab at giving my my best dancer. Okay first of all get about the regret. I hear between the lines. What always time. You can't spend any time regretting it because what it really is. It's another version of feeling. Sorry for yourself. You don't have time for that. You don't need it you to talented. Don't waste another minute even thinking that you regret any of the energy you put anywhere because guess what you got forward. You became successful. And that's all you can hope to get is success from really putting the pedal of the metal and try and everything you can all right so don't regret it. Leave that behind. That's number one next thing. You have to leave behind looking for the acknowledgement from others. You know people. Don't you know it's like being in a long marriage in hoping a husband brings you roses. Every day doesn't work. that way. Lucky remembers the anniversary. Frankly so don't look for acknowledgement of how talented you were or what you accomplished from people that you want to employ now or from the people that you work with back. Then it's over. You did well any job. You're paid well again. Another version of feeling. Sorry for yourself just looking for acknowledgement again. But here's what i hear in The positive vein of everything. You said i agree with you. I don't doubt you for a minute that you were more talented than most people there. And that's phenomenal package. You could apply those particular talents because said not industry related their people and job related. That could apply to any. You could apply to any job you choose. So what are you interested in. Make a list of what floats he boat. What makes you happy. What kind of industry catches your eye here. There and then to start applying for a lot of jobs. They're all those old talents you have. Don't go away you'll bring them to the next job and push them at the job with reckless abandonment. Don't hold back and you'll have another big success. Remember how happy you were in that old job before it ended so you just looking for replacement and i would also say if you have people you love people who loved you and you had great exposure many people which you mentioned in your question i say why not grab a few those people maybe even one as a partner and go into the same field. Do it for yourself. Why not start the business for yourself if you enjoy being a member of a team you know what you're doing and you produced money for the next guy so why not go out and do it for yourself. I just say maybe consider that but those are to clear roads to your future success. Oh forget the past. Close the door on that move on. Let's take a short break to talk about a company. I love no doubt. It's been a tough year for small business. But those who are quick to go. Virtual and adopt new technology are coming out on top. That's why i've teamed up with eighteen business to bring you the business unusual webinar series with free expert advice on how to grow your business from some of the smartest people. I know like gary viner. Chuck racial ray. Rebecca jarvis of abc news. Danny meyer of shake shack. Daniela betsy of kind bars and many many more registered eighty barbara dot com to get the tips and tricks. You need to push your business ahead today. At and t. Business shares my passion for small business and were eager to hear from you. If you've got a question tweet us at barbara corcoran and at. att business. And i just might answer your question live now. Let's get back to the show..

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"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"Barbara my name is tara. I'm in from oregon illinois. I was wondering how to deal with Building a small business and a cop and copycat and how to deal with Someone who is trying to come in essentially do everything that you're doing so That's my question. I appreciate it. I appreciate your time and your feedback. Gonna s you. Question was the story. How i learned about copycats. Okay and what they mean and how how. I see it now differently than i did when i was younger. Business person when i was trying to build my real estate business here new york city. I was doing individual sales and rentals like one apartment at a time and finally i realized. Whoa there's a lot of development in new york. I wanna get hold giant buildings three hundred units and so i started calling on developers to get their trade three hundred listings versus one a time. I did the math. That's what i wanted. But i didn't know how to do that. Business a whole different kettle of fish. So i went to someone who's already in the business. Her name was Adrienne alpert who still in the business. I think i went to agent. Albert's office and pretended i was a customer. I'm ashamed of this. But i'll tell you i went into the sales office and pretended i was a customer so that i could see how they ran the operation and every form they use have that could i have that. Could i have this and even slipped if you forms in my purse. Then i went back to my own company and a replicated. All those forms and i knew the mechanism of running a onsite sales job and i opened a few offices all over manhattan with large buildings in effect. I was a thief. I didn't see it that way. I justified but i was a thief. Fancy thief but a thief gay. I was ashamed when i went back to my desk. The following monday's. This is a friday morning following monday. I get a phone recording. From mrs albert wong business. I was terrified to listen to it. And you know what. She said. She said barbara. I understand you're in my sales office at such and such dress and that you are wondering how that onsite business actually operates in that. We were able to help you with a few of the forms. I'm holding my breath feeling the pound in my heart and then she goes on to say just know that. I'll help you in any way that i can. I'll give you all the forms. I'll teach you how the whole business runs. And i'm very very happy to have you as a rival. Here's my number. Call me anytime. I was stunned. I thought what class act. And what a small person i am. I was ashamed. I called her. When i got the courage. I think it took me three days to get over my shame. I finally called for and thanked her. And i became her number one rival and then superseded her and she was always gracious. Here's what i've learned about copycats. It's the highest compliment in the world. Every single business. I invested in shark tank that is exceptional businesses. It's making the most money i copied every day. It's a good sign. It means we're onto something good and what also copycat does. Is it encourages. You insist that you do a better job. It keeps you on the edge. Keeps you on your toes. So when you're having copycats which i hear you are tara. Copycats copycats send them a thank. You know and thank them. At least you had thank food for copying his highest compliment in business you could get and that's all we have time for today if you have a question. Leave me a voicemail in the business unusual hotline eight eight barbara. That's eight eight eight b. a. r. b. a. Aren't a you can also tweet it to me at barbara corcoran and i may just answered on a future episode. You've been listening to business unusual with me. Barbara corcoran come back. next week. to hear more steps and missteps. I took on the path to success search and follow business unusual on iheartradio or subscribe. Wherever you listen to podcasts..

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"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"It with deep blue we come up with a color theme and that becomes like your map of like why everything's gonna look like then we send your like all of the looks and things that were excited about the internet or on. Though on runways things we want incorporate and something might like like. I found an outfit that was like this like schoolgirl outfit nelson. Okay the seems a little cheesy. But there's something about it and our sister jordan. Who's a stylist who's working with us on the project on unfavored daughter. She was like okay. You like that look but it looks cheesy. Let's pause we brought in another family member to really complicate things. Yeah the she looks at it she goes. Okay let's get your on. What you like about this picture so on the blazer. There's a crest and she goes. That would be a really cool thing pressing corporate. What if we did a favorite autocrats and we put it right but on the jeans and this sounds like that's a great idea. So we all start like rowing in weird ideas into the pile in the designers. Able to take those kind of chaotic idea. Your misery then. Merchandising goes okay. Let's look at the budget and allocate what we can actually award here. We really only. The budget allows us to have four dresses in a in a short dresses. And who does that. That slush room coming in and saying wait. We gotta budget here. No that's merchandising. Through sex part of archie nordstrom nordstrom will alive that her. She has to come in and ruin everything. I know what it's actually really helped. Can she gives us a framework. She goes okay. You can have six sweaters. This false six metres. You can have four pants. You can have three short. Whatever little so then. Carla our designer comes in and she takes all of ideas. She does sketches of what she thinks. Those ideas look like we go through and we eliminate the ones we don't like or we go. I like this. But i don't like it sleeveless or address. Not that i love. Let's use that as inspiration but make it different and expand on it and we all kind of create this thing than she does. New sketches based on our implement. Then once you have the sketches we come up with what kind of materials and fabrics and we have a person who's devoted to bob. Ricks brings ashley. in all. she doesn't fabrics and again is working for you out my posture minute..

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"barbara " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Barbara Stroke Z.. . Was Born in Venice Italy in sixteen nineteen. . Her mother was Isabella are Zony a servant in the household of the famous poet Giulio Stroke. . while. . Giulio became Barbara's adopted father. . It's possible that he was also her biological father. . Either Way Julia was a profound influence and source of support. . Barbara's life. . When Barbara was young she received an education in music composition. . Truly used his connections with Venezia's artistic and cultural elite to provide his daughter with opportunities. . In. . Sixteen thirty seven Giulio created a music focused branch of an intellectual organization he attended. . Barbara hosted the group performed some of her music at the gatherings there. . She was also exposed to other academically minded musicians, , some of whom dedicated volumes of music to her. . Barbara I launched her composing career in sixteen, , Forty four with a volume called first book of Madrigal's she dedicated the book to the Grand Duchess of Tuscany. . She wrote so that under an oak of gold, , it may rest secure against the lightning of slander prepared for it. . In other words she was ready for some serious criticism perhaps particularly due to her gender. . But the musical community ended up largely appreciating her work though she did face some accusations that she was a cortisone. . Barbara's music was typically secular while many other male composers of the era focused on creating music for the church. . Barbara was one of the most influential secular composers of the time and gained a rare amount of public recognition for a woman in her position. . The men in the field generally wrote more music than she did but Barbara ensured that more of her music was published than there's. . From Sixteen, , Forty, , four to sixteen sixty four Barbara published eight books of music. . The one of them has since been lost. . This high volume of work indicates the Barbara's music was well liked however, , after her father Giulio passed away in sixteen, , Fifty, , two Barbara may have faced some financial troubles. . She was Julius only air but didn't seem to receive any money after his death. . Publishing. . So much music may have been an attempt to find financial stability even after Giulio passed away Barbara's work was profoundly influenced by him. . Mustafa of her compositions were based on texts perhaps a result of her father figures background in poetry. . She used a technique called risky to Tibo <unk> llandough meaning she emphasized the words in her music with minimal musical accompaniment. . Barbara's bold. . Experimental style influenced music for generations to come and cemented her place as one of the few female Italian composers at the is still studied today. . Not, , much is known about Barbara's life after her final publication in sixteen, , Sixty four though she occasionally liked to sing her own work and associated with famous opera composers of the era. . She never performed an opera she also never married, , but she did have four children who she raised as a single mother. . Her two daughters joined a convent and one of her sons became a monk. . Barbara Strokes he passed away on November Eleventh Sixteen, , Seventy seven in Padua Italy.

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888-Barbara

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on 888-Barbara

"In thank you so much thanks bye bye hey barbara this is heather come Chicago and when I saw your question about emptiness advice I thought that couldn't have Out of better time I have a daughter who is a senior in high school right now. Getting Ready to apply to college and already I can feel that tightness in my chest as I start to think about her not being on a day-to-day basis. Of course. I'm thrilled that she's going to be heading off on this new adventure and I know it's the right thing for her but as the face changes it's always difficult. I have a wonderful heisman. I have a business secure that I'm very happy about but I also know that there will be a void there so any advice you could give. I would greatly appreciate. Thank you so much for all you do. I really really admire all your hard working with them. Thanks we're soulmates. On this question I want you to know. Is that right. Oh without a doubt. I'm struggling with the exact same thing myself myself that you're going through but I got a worse version of it. which is my thirteen year? Old has just left for boarding school. That's so young young to lose a kid you know. I struggle with the decision for two years before I was brave enough to even make it and I made entirely for her. Although although I really didn't want to do it for myself you know four years young. I think well the right decision for your child. I assume it's the right thing to do. And but that's what we his parents right for our kids. If you're good power but I I have to tell you. It's honestly breaking my heart breaking my heart so so I'm probably the worst person to give you advice but at least I lost my son to college and he never came back. I felt was sure he'd be dying to move back in with his father and I but yeah oh he moved on and I think even looked relieved as he was moving on. I thought a man. I'm a magnificent mom. Why is he so happy leaving? You did a good job. He was ready to go. What's your daughter's name? My daughters Lily. Lily our sweet name. A God probably suits are well right. She's a great lovely girl And I feel very fortunate in that. I don't love her. I also really like her like I love spending. I'm fair which is why I know making the transition. She's just someone with whom I like to spend my days so when she's not going to be here I know there's going to be that void and I wanna be able to fill it productively rather than becoming some kind of basket case. which isn't my nature? But I'm so close with her that I want to make sure that I support her and she knows I'm thrilled for her. This is such a an exciting time of life but there's inevitably going to be some sadness because has this chapter of our lives together has over. Well you know I've never met an ending that wasn't said honestly. I Love Beginnings I specialize in that. It's always exciting. What's around the corner? ooh Who could she be. Who could I be But all endings sad. I think so for me if I could just tap into a what went on with my son because I have a little distance from that now he left home for college and never came back. I really thought he would come back because he lives in my hometown and my apartment so so much nicer than his in his axes. They should both live with us. You know but I still honestly if I were being very direct I still have a broken heart over it. I feel like even though he's my son in a way I lost my best friend. She's a real broken heart like deeper than I've felt. I should be feeling but that's been a lot of years ears. Now that's been going on seven years since he even college and I've mostly filled that space with more friendships is what I found. Answered answered my call. Initially I remember losing Tommy. I worked harder. Fill the void which is probably a good in between medicine. I just worked harder and and so I had less downtime to think about. It kept myself busy. That didn't amount to much. It amounted to kind of a different kind of empty feeling until I realized I needed more friends in my life like he was too much. My friend almost two important too much a big piece of my life and now experiencing the same thing all over. You're again with my kate leaving because she like. Your Lily is sweetness. Always sweet I have never had a bad day with her and she is joyful fool. She's funny she's really my best friend. I don't know how my kid wearing being my best friend. But even more so than ever with Tommy. She's a girl but I realized that I'm not as close with my friends. Is I used to be a she. Kinda replaced a little of that commitment to friendships that I used to have an feel wholeheartedly a now. They're on the side and Kate Semaine main friend and then I have my other friends. Interesting is so let me ask you this. You have a really close girlfriend or two on your side yeah. I'm very fortunate originate that I have a very tight network of friends and frankly several of them are going through this transition at the same time a little ahead of me. Some are a little behind me and end in watching them navigate. I'm certainly trying to learn from their experiences. Well to make sure that I'm ready to take that next step and again be supportive but also feel the loss. I can't just mask it in work or anything else. I think the idea of fans is great because you can be emotional. FM In a way that you can't necessarily be obviously your professional context. Yes yes you know what I noticed among my girlfriends who have had the kids leave home. And then I'll tell you what I've noticed of my girlfriends who have the kids come back twitch. I don't want now. I thought great. I don't want that the ones who have left home the one sip mourn the loss of the kids most are the best moms. It's almost. It's like you mourn as hard as you love you know part of the same things so it's really a compliment to yourself that you're a phenomenal mom that you love that at heart you know. It's a good report card is sadly nice to hear. Yeah well I mean you want to develop them in a way that they're ready to go and again she's completely ready to go but I keep reminding myself that. No I don't obviously the endgame here is not to have her move back in and become a child can continue having a strong relationship with her. She goes through this process staying in touch but not being in any way overbearing or intrusive and allowing her to move forward the same. I need to move forward into this next chapter chapter. Whatever that may be You know one thing. I just started with my Kate. That has helped me tremendously. And I can't take credit for the item on my closest friends. Suggested is I have a to set times a week that I speak to her like after her. Study whole nine o'clock on Sunday night in Lan o'clock on Wednesday night. That's great and I suggest you set that up for a lot of reasons worn. She doesn't have to feel guilty that she's not calling me and I tried that for a few months than didn't work. Okay and secondly I get the -joy of anticipating the call knowing. I have a safe spot that I'm going to touch base and touch her and she touches me back that's fabulous so I feel elect that carries me through the week. You know the other thing I wanted to say is the moms that I know who faked being independent of their children and went after after them trying to like kind of claw their own importance back into their life away are exactly the moms that don't have good relationships with the kids today. You know I've seen that over seventy years. The kids don't want any part of them. which is the saddest thing of all so I learned from watching them? That other very important lesson is to not chase my kids. It's you know and that's why again I like the two points a week. You know. And if she chooses that she doesn't WanNa talk twice a week. I'll accept that but so far. She seems happy with Nice. Seem happy with it. That's great and are you able to watch her develop change. I would imagine as the week progresses something. That's a big deal on. Wednesday may not be a big deal on Friday. thicke calmed down a little bit. She's not that kind of kid doesn't have a lot of drama you know. She's felt her oats a little bit at the school and testing a couple of limits. I'd like to see her more. excitable light abo-about stuff. That's bothering her on a very low keyed and even you know it's really about having a base where you know you can touch your child and have a conversation -sation and a short conversation. She's off the phone with in two minutes. We run out of stuff to talk about but I have to say what has seen me through the loss of my my son leaving home and now is helping me again with Kate is. I brought my girlfriend's in closer. That's great should be my husband. I tried that but somehow that doesn't work somehow. You know really and I really have tried that like Oh let me play more scrabble games with bill. Let's go out for dinner more with Bill. No no no no. He's not I changing all. He's not crying about any loss. I'm the one that's got the problem so I have to find a different solution. It's not the marriage that's Fisher and your girlfriend's help. Oh the girlfriends are great great and a bottle of cold white. Pino Griego helps when we get together. Right Yeah Yeah Oh that's great okay. So that's the best advice I could are few and I'm not even sure if any of it's really good because I am struggling exactly again with what you're struggling with. Having your lily go off. But there's no other way to make an independent child and that in the long game is what we all want our kids even more than they love. We WanNa make sure that independent in life they. You can't provide for themselves. That's the best gift of all a Lily Kate and let's keep telling ourselves and hopes that we believe in. What do you think I agree? Great advice thank you so much. Thank you so much. You're feeling better about. Oh by the week I do feel better no doubt about that. Yeah Right Okay you will two K hit. Thanks so much and that's all the questions we have time for today. I hope you found the advice helpful than guy got it right. They got wrong. have an idea for great guests. Come on give it to me tweet me at Barbara Corcoran using the Hashtag. Eight.

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10:25 min | 2 years ago

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"In thank you so much thanks bye bye hey barbara this is heather come Chicago and when I saw your question about emptiness advice I thought that couldn't have Out of better time I have a daughter who is a senior in high school right now. Getting Ready to apply to college and already I can feel that tightness in my chest as I start to think about her not being on a day-to-day basis. Of course. I'm thrilled that she's going to be heading off on this new adventure and I know it's the right thing for her but as the face changes it's always difficult. I have a wonderful heisman. I have a business secure that I'm very happy about but I also know that there will be a void there so any advice you could give. I would greatly appreciate. Thank you so much for all you do. I really really admire all your hard working with them. Thanks we're soulmates. On this question I want you to know. Is that right. Oh without a doubt. I'm struggling with the exact same thing myself myself that you're going through but I got a worse version of it. which is my thirteen year? Old has just left for boarding school. That's so young young to lose a kid you know. I struggle with the decision for two years before I was brave enough to even make it and I made entirely for her. Although although I really didn't want to do it for myself you know four years young. I think well the right decision for your child. I assume it's the right thing to do. And but that's what we his parents right for our kids. If you're good power but I I have to tell you. It's honestly breaking my heart breaking my heart so so I'm probably the worst person to give you advice but at least I lost my son to college and he never came back. I felt was sure he'd be dying to move back in with his father and I but yeah oh he moved on and I think even looked relieved as he was moving on. I thought a man. I'm a magnificent mom. Why is he so happy leaving? You did a good job. He was ready to go. What's your daughter's name? My daughters Lily. Lily our sweet name. A God probably suits are well right. She's a great lovely girl And I feel very fortunate in that. I don't love her. I also really like her like I love spending. I'm fair which is why I know making the transition. She's just someone with whom I like to spend my days so when she's not going to be here I know there's going to be that void and I wanna be able to fill it productively rather than becoming some kind of basket case. which isn't my nature? But I'm so close with her that I want to make sure that I support her and she knows I'm thrilled for her. This is such a an exciting time of life but there's inevitably going to be some sadness because has this chapter of our lives together has over. Well you know I've never met an ending that wasn't said honestly. I Love Beginnings I specialize in that. It's always exciting. What's around the corner? ooh Who could she be. Who could I be But all endings sad. I think so for me if I could just tap into a what went on with my son because I have a little distance from that now he left home for college and never came back. I really thought he would come back because he lives in my hometown and my apartment so so much nicer than his in his axes. They should both live with us. You know but I still honestly if I were being very direct I still have a broken heart over it. I feel like even though he's my son in a way I lost my best friend. She's a real broken heart like deeper than I've felt. I should be feeling but that's been a lot of years ears. Now that's been going on seven years since he even college and I've mostly filled that space with more friendships is what I found. Answered answered my call. Initially I remember losing Tommy. I worked harder. Fill the void which is probably a good in between medicine. I just worked harder and and so I had less downtime to think about. It kept myself busy. That didn't amount to much. It amounted to kind of a different kind of empty feeling until I realized I needed more friends in my life like he was too much. My friend almost two important too much a big piece of my life and now experiencing the same thing all over. You're again with my kate leaving because she like. Your Lily is sweetness. Always sweet I have never had a bad day with her and she is joyful fool. She's funny she's really my best friend. I don't know how my kid wearing being my best friend. But even more so than ever with Tommy. She's a girl but I realized that I'm not as close with my friends. Is I used to be a she. Kinda replaced a little of that commitment to friendships that I used to have an feel wholeheartedly a now. They're on the side and Kate Semaine main friend and then I have my other friends. Interesting is so let me ask you this. You have a really close girlfriend or two on your side yeah. I'm very fortunate originate that I have a very tight network of friends and frankly several of them are going through this transition at the same time a little ahead of me. Some are a little behind me and end in watching them navigate. I'm certainly trying to learn from their experiences. Well to make sure that I'm ready to take that next step and again be supportive but also feel the loss. I can't just mask it in work or anything else. I think the idea of fans is great because you can be emotional. FM In a way that you can't necessarily be obviously your professional context. Yes yes you know what I noticed among my girlfriends who have had the kids leave home. And then I'll tell you what I've noticed of my girlfriends who have the kids come back twitch. I don't want now. I thought great. I don't want that the ones who have left home the one sip mourn the loss of the kids most are the best moms. It's almost. It's like you mourn as hard as you love you know part of the same things so it's really a compliment to yourself that you're a phenomenal mom that you love that at heart you know. It's a good report card is sadly nice to hear. Yeah well I mean you want to develop them in a way that they're ready to go and again she's completely ready to go but I keep reminding myself that. No I don't obviously the endgame here is not to have her move back in and become a child can continue having a strong relationship with her. She goes through this process staying in touch but not being in any way overbearing or intrusive and allowing her to move forward the same. I need to move forward into this next chapter chapter. Whatever that may be You know one thing. I just started with my Kate. That has helped me tremendously. And I can't take credit for the item on my closest friends. Suggested is I have a to set times a week that I speak to her like after her. Study whole nine o'clock on Sunday night in Lan o'clock on Wednesday night. That's great and I suggest you set that up for a lot of reasons worn. She doesn't have to feel guilty that she's not calling me and I tried that for a few months than didn't work. Okay and secondly I get the -joy of anticipating the call knowing. I have a safe spot that I'm going to touch base and touch her and she touches me back that's fabulous so I feel elect that carries me through the week. You know the other thing I wanted to say is the moms that I know who faked being independent of their children and went after after them trying to like kind of claw their own importance back into their life away are exactly the moms that don't have good relationships with the kids today. You know I've seen that over seventy years. The kids don't want any part of them. which is the saddest thing of all so I learned from watching them? That other very important lesson is to not chase my kids. It's you know and that's why again I like the two points a week. You know. And if she chooses that she doesn't WanNa talk twice a week. I'll accept that but so far. She seems happy with Nice. Seem happy with it. That's great and are you able to watch her develop change. I would imagine as the week progresses something. That's a big deal on. Wednesday may not be a big deal on Friday. thicke calmed down a little bit. She's not that kind of kid doesn't have a lot of drama you know. She's felt her oats a little bit at the school and testing a couple of limits. I'd like to see her more. excitable light abo-about stuff. That's bothering her on a very low keyed and even you know it's really about having a base where you know you can touch your child and have a conversation -sation and a short conversation. She's off the phone with in two minutes. We run out of stuff to talk about but I have to say what has seen me through the loss of my my son leaving home and now is helping me again with Kate is. I brought my girlfriend's in closer. That's great should be my husband. I tried that but somehow that doesn't work somehow. You know really and I really have tried that like Oh let me play more scrabble games with bill. Let's go out for dinner more with Bill. No no no no. He's not I changing all. He's not crying about any loss. I'm the one that's got the problem so I have to find a different solution. It's not the marriage that's Fisher and your girlfriend's help. Oh the girlfriends are great great and a bottle of cold white. Pino Griego helps when we get together. Right Yeah Yeah Oh that's great okay. So that's the best advice I could are few and I'm not even sure if any of it's really good because I am struggling exactly again with what you're struggling with. Having your lily go off. But there's no other way to make an independent child and that in the long game is what we all want our kids even more than they love. We WanNa make sure that independent in life they. You can't provide for themselves. That's the best gift of all a Lily Kate and let's keep telling ourselves and hopes that we believe in. What do you think I agree? Great advice thank you so much. Thank you so much. You're feeling better about. Oh by the week I do feel better no doubt about that. Yeah Right Okay you will two K hit. Thanks so much and that's all the questions we have time for today. I hope you found the advice helpful than guy got it right. They got wrong. have an idea for great guests. Come on give it to me tweet me at Barbara Corcoran using the Hashtag. Eight.

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15:37 min | 2 years ago

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"And sometimes I'll be asking them to interview view some of the greatest folks. I know to learn the secrets of their success. So I can share them with you today today. We hear from Denise From Louisville who is asking me what to do after she divorces her husband to March more surgeon. Tomorrow not next week yeah. We're all divorcing forcing our husband tomorrow listening so my daughter just left for boarding school and walking around like almost a press like I lost my best friend a and I gotta get over this and then this caller calls in with the exact same problem. We put our heads together. We've come up with a plan. Hi Barbara I have been married for about six years and I plan on divorce in my husband tomorrow. Wow I have a home that I chose sixty thousand on and it's a prison get one eighty I have about forty forty thousand dollars in directed. IRA and I would like to try to utilize that money to put me and my two kids in a better position financially. The home that I live in right now my husband pays for it. We still owe two hundred on. It would love to be able to pay this off but I need to do something that will help me generate income with the money that I have looking for some advice on how I can get myself out of this marriage in a financially smart way thank you. Hey there denise from from Louisville how you doing today I'm doing well and we'll be better after I get some insight from you. Okay let's hope so anyway. So you've you've been married six years and you plan on divorcing your husband to morrow we all want a divorce a husband tomorrow is. It's the truth both if anybody's been married for more than maybe the first three gorgeous years you'd think about divorce and getting rid of the guy on Monday so what's wrong with the marriage. Why so oh definite about it? So we've been together for almost twenty years married six and I have been finding out about financial moves and decisions decisions Berry big decisions behind my back and so I've been really adamant you know before we got married. I said I really wanted this to be a situation where we grew together A little back story where a biracial couples. So I'm African American. He's Asian he's Chinese and he works for his family his family's family's not so thrilled about the marriage and so I've made it clear to him after dealing with them and things that they've said I don't want our income tied right to what you do with them. We have to do something independent of your work situation with them in order for us to really survive because because he's the breadwinner and so much of the money comes from that situation but I've had so many negative things and experiences from that side of the family where we're I'm not comfortable. It's fine if he wants to work with them. You know that's his family but for me and for me to feel safe in the marriage I feel like we need to create another the income stream independent of that and so I've been real adamant about expressing that and trying to work on that I am in real estate I buy rental properties and I have I've been wanting to increase our portfolio but I've run into roadblocks because of lines of credit that he is pulled behind my back. I see a May I ask q a few questions about the buying of the rental properties. So this business you've started you've been working on and that you have equity in you've purchased properties properties. You rent them out. I wasn't sure what that looks like. Could you give me an idea. We have four properties right now. There's one that's completely under my name. One under both both of our names one under his name of actually the other two are under his name as well so four properties ones in your game To our in his dame and one isn't troy. Yeah one is our residents so denise you live in a home now that you're raising your family and is it just a home or does it have a rental oh component to it as well. No that's our primary residence. But it's under his name Soli So your husband owns the home in his name that you're raising your children intern in name. Only what's the next property. There are two rental properties that my name is on. There's one my name is solely on. There's one our name is is on together. And then the other two or his so The final score is in his court. Then he owns more of the rental properties in his name than you do. Yes Sita's okay. And why is that so because of the line of work I do. I sometimes have Java. Sometimes don't so what will happen is I will save my money. You and then use my money that I've saved as down payment and because he can qualify for loans because he has a steady income then sometimes they go under his name. But why would you need to use your husband's income to justify an income producing property loan banks usually lend on the viability of how much income you could get. Not what the husband is earning. What am I missing there? My first one was my primary residence and then I turned that into a rental. The second one was one that he bought. And then we refinanced it with both of our names and the other two are his but when I've spoken to lenders when I've tried to get loans. They're like the he makes the money so so the loan has to go under his name. So it's very hard for you to buy another property to produce income with without your husband's help. Yes Okay A.. What are you GonNa do oof for continuing that business? Once you leave your husband tomorrow. Well I I have a real estate license and so I've been getting into that and taking going customers MHM The good thing is that this is not a messy separation. So he's not like you know you're out of here. Oh you spoke to him. Oh well yeah no we. I'm very open. We're very clear clear with our communication. It sells it. Yeah he knows how I feel. The agreement has been you. Don't have to rush to get out of here if you can get your pipeline fool pool and by this home I will sell it to you for what I oh wait. WHO's talking here your husband? Yes my husband's so your husband says you don't have to be in a rush to get out of here Denise Jason Then what does he say the home that we live in under his name if we would like to stay here. He's given me an opportunity to get my pipeline with my real estate fool to purchase it from him for what he owes. Oh Okay so you could buy him out in the House that you live with with you. Two children yet. Sounds like a great idea to have the cash to do that. It's tied up. I have equity and then I have a self directed. IRA that could utilize. But it wouldn't take down the whole cost of the house. I would have to sell some houses south a little vacation nation. You know it makes you make money. That's for sure. Yeah okay so what do you think about that. That's your first question. Should you buy your husband out of your home. How do you feel about that? So so. I'm conflicted because part of me is like this is a large home and do i WanNa take all this on by myself but then also it's the kids home and they're very happy here and this would keep me close to him so we could all still coordinate family functions and and be involved with each other slow down a second keep you close to him. You mean he he would move out. He'd be that close. Yeah he's a very good father and very active father so I would not want to move away so far. It's where he he could not be involved with the children. Well that's a little unusual denise. I'm sure you're aware to say the least. So if you got divorced from your husband tomorrow which you're hoping to to do he would stay in the house and live with you and the children but he would be in one room. You'd be in the other. You'd still share a life together for the sake of the children. Well that's what we're already doing now. Now know what I'm saying is we would keep this home and then he would move out. Oh okay so he's GonNa move out of the home and then the question is do you buy him out of the home. I I would say number one know. What's the rush? She seems like these reasonable. Why do you want to take on that debt You feel a year from today. You don't want to be in that home. You know things change change the your judgment is always con. Simple what you have to judge with changes all the time. So what if you decide to make that decision down the road. What the decisions are there that you have to Mike Now Really? I just wanted to try to see if I could use that money in the self directed. IRA to generate some income. Like what may be do. A flip may be rental until I don't get as much you know about slow money coming in initially until his paid off and then it looks a lot better destroyed to make that money. What one person told me was I should buy cash? Lots and then seller finance them sat easily done in your neighborhood in your market that you know he seems to do very well with it. He's said that he I would mentor. Me and this is a friend is not anybody. I have a relationship with this is a another real estate partner. He's suggesting that I do that. I've never done that before. So I'm a little little bit. Not Too quick to jump on it but according to him you know he's looking at the numbers and he's like you can make a thirty percent return on this dollar amount. That's why I don't like it. Okay I think your hesitation thinking about not jumping right on. It's your instincts speaking at saying slowdown slowdown. I would definitely listen to your instinct. I'll tell you what I don't like about a few things mixing of business and friends never works out the guy that's on his game and it's GonNa share it with you. Never works at thirty thirty percent return. Amazing amazing usually doesn't work out. What works out as what you know sticking with knitting? Obviously you've built a little portfolio over time. That's something you know how to take a house to make it a rental building but like you just said the income would come in to slow food you initially what about flips. Have you flipped houses. Does this do you have a talent for that or would that be a new venture something. You're not familiar with it would be a new venture but I have a passion for that too. So what I've done is is. I've done little construction projects around my home and people actually ask me about different things they can do with their home. I just haven't taken on purchasing a new property gutting and get and doing it and that's something that I wanted to do with my husband and he would talk me out of numerous times and why. What was the hesitation there? Well he doesn't know real estate and he's not comfortable with it and his family there in the restaurant industry and right so that was a big separation for us. You know we gotta do something you WanNa do. Restaurant draw fine. Do Your restaurant thing. Come up with your plan on moving forward with real estate but what I noticed. Every time I came across a deal he would speak so badly about it that I would eventually essentially walk away from it. I got it wiser than that. I don't think you'll kind of lady that lays low too long. May I ask you on the properties that you've already acquired that you've turned into rental two units. Forget about who owns what Sharat now but just the properties themselves. How long have you own them and are they profitable yes they are well I I don't look at his to that he has but but the two that are under my name? I have a mortgage on one for eight hundred I charge fifteen hundred. I have.

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15:37 min | 2 years ago

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"And sometimes I'll be asking them to interview view some of the greatest folks. I know to learn the secrets of their success. So I can share them with you today today. We hear from Denise From Louisville who is asking me what to do after she divorces her husband to March more surgeon. Tomorrow not next week yeah. We're all divorcing forcing our husband tomorrow listening so my daughter just left for boarding school and walking around like almost a press like I lost my best friend a and I gotta get over this and then this caller calls in with the exact same problem. We put our heads together. We've come up with a plan. Hi Barbara I have been married for about six years and I plan on divorce in my husband tomorrow. Wow I have a home that I chose sixty thousand on and it's a prison get one eighty I have about forty forty thousand dollars in directed. IRA and I would like to try to utilize that money to put me and my two kids in a better position financially. The home that I live in right now my husband pays for it. We still owe two hundred on. It would love to be able to pay this off but I need to do something that will help me generate income with the money that I have looking for some advice on how I can get myself out of this marriage in a financially smart way thank you. Hey there denise from from Louisville how you doing today I'm doing well and we'll be better after I get some insight from you. Okay let's hope so anyway. So you've you've been married six years and you plan on divorcing your husband to morrow we all want a divorce a husband tomorrow is. It's the truth both if anybody's been married for more than maybe the first three gorgeous years you'd think about divorce and getting rid of the guy on Monday so what's wrong with the marriage. Why so oh definite about it? So we've been together for almost twenty years married six and I have been finding out about financial moves and decisions decisions Berry big decisions behind my back and so I've been really adamant you know before we got married. I said I really wanted this to be a situation where we grew together A little back story where a biracial couples. So I'm African American. He's Asian he's Chinese and he works for his family his family's family's not so thrilled about the marriage and so I've made it clear to him after dealing with them and things that they've said I don't want our income tied right to what you do with them. We have to do something independent of your work situation with them in order for us to really survive because because he's the breadwinner and so much of the money comes from that situation but I've had so many negative things and experiences from that side of the family where we're I'm not comfortable. It's fine if he wants to work with them. You know that's his family but for me and for me to feel safe in the marriage I feel like we need to create another the income stream independent of that and so I've been real adamant about expressing that and trying to work on that I am in real estate I buy rental properties and I have I've been wanting to increase our portfolio but I've run into roadblocks because of lines of credit that he is pulled behind my back. I see a May I ask q a few questions about the buying of the rental properties. So this business you've started you've been working on and that you have equity in you've purchased properties properties. You rent them out. I wasn't sure what that looks like. Could you give me an idea. We have four properties right now. There's one that's completely under my name. One under both both of our names one under his name of actually the other two are under his name as well so four properties ones in your game To our in his dame and one isn't troy. Yeah one is our residents so denise you live in a home now that you're raising your family and is it just a home or does it have a rental oh component to it as well. No that's our primary residence. But it's under his name Soli So your husband owns the home in his name that you're raising your children intern in name. Only what's the next property. There are two rental properties that my name is on. There's one my name is solely on. There's one our name is is on together. And then the other two or his so The final score is in his court. Then he owns more of the rental properties in his name than you do. Yes Sita's okay. And why is that so because of the line of work I do. I sometimes have Java. Sometimes don't so what will happen is I will save my money. You and then use my money that I've saved as down payment and because he can qualify for loans because he has a steady income then sometimes they go under his name. But why would you need to use your husband's income to justify an income producing property loan banks usually lend on the viability of how much income you could get. Not what the husband is earning. What am I missing there? My first one was my primary residence and then I turned that into a rental. The second one was one that he bought. And then we refinanced it with both of our names and the other two are his but when I've spoken to lenders when I've tried to get loans. They're like the he makes the money so so the loan has to go under his name. So it's very hard for you to buy another property to produce income with without your husband's help. Yes Okay A.. What are you GonNa do oof for continuing that business? Once you leave your husband tomorrow. Well I I have a real estate license and so I've been getting into that and taking going customers MHM The good thing is that this is not a messy separation. So he's not like you know you're out of here. Oh you spoke to him. Oh well yeah no we. I'm very open. We're very clear clear with our communication. It sells it. Yeah he knows how I feel. The agreement has been you. Don't have to rush to get out of here if you can get your pipeline fool pool and by this home I will sell it to you for what I oh wait. WHO's talking here your husband? Yes my husband's so your husband says you don't have to be in a rush to get out of here Denise Jason Then what does he say the home that we live in under his name if we would like to stay here. He's given me an opportunity to get my pipeline with my real estate fool to purchase it from him for what he owes. Oh Okay so you could buy him out in the House that you live with with you. Two children yet. Sounds like a great idea to have the cash to do that. It's tied up. I have equity and then I have a self directed. IRA that could utilize. But it wouldn't take down the whole cost of the house. I would have to sell some houses south a little vacation nation. You know it makes you make money. That's for sure. Yeah okay so what do you think about that. That's your first question. Should you buy your husband out of your home. How do you feel about that? So so. I'm conflicted because part of me is like this is a large home and do i WanNa take all this on by myself but then also it's the kids home and they're very happy here and this would keep me close to him so we could all still coordinate family functions and and be involved with each other slow down a second keep you close to him. You mean he he would move out. He'd be that close. Yeah he's a very good father and very active father so I would not want to move away so far. It's where he he could not be involved with the children. Well that's a little unusual denise. I'm sure you're aware to say the least. So if you got divorced from your husband tomorrow which you're hoping to to do he would stay in the house and live with you and the children but he would be in one room. You'd be in the other. You'd still share a life together for the sake of the children. Well that's what we're already doing now. Now know what I'm saying is we would keep this home and then he would move out. Oh okay so he's GonNa move out of the home and then the question is do you buy him out of the home. I I would say number one know. What's the rush? She seems like these reasonable. Why do you want to take on that debt You feel a year from today. You don't want to be in that home. You know things change change the your judgment is always con. Simple what you have to judge with changes all the time. So what if you decide to make that decision down the road. What the decisions are there that you have to Mike Now Really? I just wanted to try to see if I could use that money in the self directed. IRA to generate some income. Like what may be do. A flip may be rental until I don't get as much you know about slow money coming in initially until his paid off and then it looks a lot better destroyed to make that money. What one person told me was I should buy cash? Lots and then seller finance them sat easily done in your neighborhood in your market that you know he seems to do very well with it. He's said that he I would mentor. Me and this is a friend is not anybody. I have a relationship with this is a another real estate partner. He's suggesting that I do that. I've never done that before. So I'm a little little bit. Not Too quick to jump on it but according to him you know he's looking at the numbers and he's like you can make a thirty percent return on this dollar amount. That's why I don't like it. Okay I think your hesitation thinking about not jumping right on. It's your instincts speaking at saying slowdown slowdown. I would definitely listen to your instinct. I'll tell you what I don't like about a few things mixing of business and friends never works out the guy that's on his game and it's GonNa share it with you. Never works at thirty thirty percent return. Amazing amazing usually doesn't work out. What works out as what you know sticking with knitting? Obviously you've built a little portfolio over time. That's something you know how to take a house to make it a rental building but like you just said the income would come in to slow food you initially what about flips. Have you flipped houses. Does this do you have a talent for that or would that be a new venture something. You're not familiar with it would be a new venture but I have a passion for that too. So what I've done is is. I've done little construction projects around my home and people actually ask me about different things they can do with their home. I just haven't taken on purchasing a new property gutting and get and doing it and that's something that I wanted to do with my husband and he would talk me out of numerous times and why. What was the hesitation there? Well he doesn't know real estate and he's not comfortable with it and his family there in the restaurant industry and right so that was a big separation for us. You know we gotta do something you WanNa do. Restaurant draw fine. Do Your restaurant thing. Come up with your plan on moving forward with real estate but what I noticed. Every time I came across a deal he would speak so badly about it that I would eventually essentially walk away from it. I got it wiser than that. I don't think you'll kind of lady that lays low too long. May I ask you on the properties that you've already acquired that you've turned into rental two units. Forget about who owns what Sharat now but just the properties themselves. How long have you own them and are they profitable yes they are well I I don't look at his to that he has but but the two that are under my name? I have a mortgage on one for eight hundred I charge fifteen hundred. I have.

Denise Jason Louisville Barbara Sharat Berry intern Sita Mike partner
"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"I'm going to tell you the real real deal listening today. I'm going to answer all your burning questions about work. Life starting a company on track and much much more be sure who to call in to the business unusual hotline with your question at eight Barbara. That's eight eight eight B. A. R. B. R. A.. The first one is the right time to hire a publicist to promote your business. And how do you do that smartly today. We have a caller who's asking and should I hire the publicist now. Should I not at all and is good for stupid. Money spent listen. I'm going to give him some advice. Not really needs to hear. Hi Barbara My name is Tai from Boise. Idaho I'd like to know how to find the right marketing. The group or publicists promote your new product. Seems like there's so many out there that just WanNa take your money but how did you find the right one appreciate some advice. Thanks for hi TY BARBARA FOR FORTY YEARS I've worked with many publicity companies. It's certainly an expensive proposition. But let me start by asking ASCII. Why do you need one will? We are launching a new product company. And what are you sell product. We have gone called rural lights. There are new consumer markets are actually the consumer light sconces that going in the house and they actually opened up enclosed when you turn on and off and trying to get the word out there and get people to understand them in contract customers. I mean you gotTa have revenue branding is not my forte rid. You seldom tie right now. We sell them all online and then we also are trying to work with is a bunch of manufacturer reps or they go out in contact different lighting companies to represent our products to them. We you're talking. We do this. Who's the other irving good business partner? We've been in business for ten years. We actually own another company and we started for a light says a new consumer market company. So we're we're branching out okay and is it related to your core. Business is also lighting companies. A new kind of lighting but related to what you've done already. Yeah we've been in the lighting business for about ten years as we make our military lighting for aircraft and tanks vehicles. So they're pretty sturdy and We decided we want to get into the consumer market a little bit bigger pie out there. There we actually had developed New Light that nobody else out there. Has We went to a trade show recently and it was really well received. People were happy because it's something new. They were very gracious to see that some news coming out on the market. So we're trying really hard to find the best method to promote when you went to the trade show. Did she take orders. It wasn't wasn't badly that kind of a trade show is more of a manufacturer rep trade show and we got tons of contacts and excitement and we've been diligently working signing up these different it rips in the last month that this has all happened like within the last thirty five days really fast. So the reps that you're signing up is so that they can go out and sell your product product to the retail space so that the retail space can sell it to your consumer. That exactly how it works. That is correct again they also promote it to you know. No lighting designers and various people like that so tied. Tell me once more. Why is this light special? I'm not sure quite got that. If you think give a normal Scott slate that might be on your wall you go to turn the switch on it just comes on turn. It often turns off really quick. We decided we wanted to add a new artistic element to do those. And they're kind of a mini piece of artwork. When you actually turn the switch on they slowly open up? And they changed form in shape in the lane gradually increases and then when you actually turn the switch off the lights actually revert back to their normal stage and they have a little soft glow about him. So it's kind of unique. It's kind of a new product. South sounds spooky to me and you have two lights that look like little field mice on the wall and then you turn them on and suddenly they grow into an elephant. You've got to be elephant. Funny we know give me an example of how they change shape just like visual of it. And then I'll leave you alone on describing over and over again. No no problem at all. One of our lights is called the apex of a triangle. Shape as you go to turn it on. It actually grows outward so the side piece actually become bigger. The backlight lights up the wall while the front our delight as a RGB lights and they're made out of aluminum covers. They look really artistic. Actually Pretty Pretty Nice. It sounds to me more like you're selling art versus you. Selling life is a mixture of both It's targeted for a high end market. It's not your average going down to home depot so in Celena alight. This is kind of a higher end a home automation products. You know one more thing. What are they sell for list price on him is roughly seventeen hundred dollars? This is precis artwork really okay and the military lights who've been selling to the military audience. That has nothing to do you. These lights who you're selling to you're going out into a totally different landscape to sell your new business right. That is correct. Yep this is a totally new company. Okay okay thank you. Thank you for taking the time to explain a little bit more. I need to picture something to really help somebody. So now I get the lay of the land. You have quite beautiful lights. That are or beautifully made have a high price seventeen hundred dollars. Typically people wouldn't necessarily buy them for the practical aspect of lighting their room. They would buy them into. Wow people like wow what is that. That's gorgeous more like a piece of art both correct. Yeah Okay and you've recently been talking to reps direct you to the retail stores. Hi Sue high end so that people could come in and actually buy them. Yeah okay I mean it's hard when you're a new company. It's hard to wave your hand out there to you. Know in the big world of the Internet. I you offering them online right now. Now we do offer them. Online people can order them online. And what are you sales online. We haven't had any sales of those online yet. We've just had a couple orders through some reps ups and do people visit you online. Have you been promoting you online site. We have slightly through Google Edwards and stuff like that but We we really like a marketing company. Kinda take it over into. We've hired marketing companies in the past and it seems like you know they want fifteen thousand dollars from you just even answer the the phone. Fill out a ten minute survey from your product. That's exactly right and then instead of that you're thinking if I get the right. Pr Company they could put it out there. Get a lot of Action around it attention around it and the people will just have to go online or go to the store and buy a lights often. Wonder if a publicist isn't better I mean it seems like maybe they can draw more more attention to it and trying to find out if it's the bang for the buck it's not I'm going to tell you neither is for now anyway. You don't mind if I tell it to you straight right no. Let's take a short break to talk about a company. I love my friends at onto business..

TY BARBARA Barbara My Idaho Boise B. A. R. B. Pr Company Google irving partner Celena Scott Edwards
"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"I'm going to tell you the real real deal listening today. I'm going to answer all your burning questions about work. Life starting a company on track and much much more be sure who to call in to the business unusual hotline with your question at eight Barbara. That's eight eight eight B. A. R. B. R. A.. The first one is the right time to hire a publicist to promote your business. And how do you do that smartly today. We have a caller who's asking and should I hire the publicist now. Should I not at all and is good for stupid. Money spent listen. I'm going to give him some advice. Not really needs to hear. Hi Barbara My name is Tai from Boise. Idaho I'd like to know how to find the right marketing. The group or publicists promote your new product. Seems like there's so many out there that just WanNa take your money but how did you find the right one appreciate some advice. Thanks for hi TY BARBARA FOR FORTY YEARS I've worked with many publicity companies. It's certainly an expensive proposition. But let me start by asking ASCII. Why do you need one will? We are launching a new product company. And what are you sell product. We have gone called rural lights. There are new consumer markets are actually the consumer light sconces that going in the house and they actually opened up enclosed when you turn on and off and trying to get the word out there and get people to understand them in contract customers. I mean you gotTa have revenue branding is not my forte rid. You seldom tie right now. We sell them all online and then we also are trying to work with is a bunch of manufacturer reps or they go out in contact different lighting companies to represent our products to them. We you're talking. We do this. Who's the other irving good business partner? We've been in business for ten years. We actually own another company and we started for a light says a new consumer market company. So we're we're branching out okay and is it related to your core. Business is also lighting companies. A new kind of lighting but related to what you've done already. Yeah we've been in the lighting business for about ten years as we make our military lighting for aircraft and tanks vehicles. So they're pretty sturdy and We decided we want to get into the consumer market a little bit bigger pie out there. There we actually had developed New Light that nobody else out there. Has We went to a trade show recently and it was really well received. People were happy because it's something new. They were very gracious to see that some news coming out on the market. So we're trying really hard to find the best method to promote when you went to the trade show. Did she take orders. It wasn't wasn't badly that kind of a trade show is more of a manufacturer rep trade show and we got tons of contacts and excitement and we've been diligently working signing up these different it rips in the last month that this has all happened like within the last thirty five days really fast. So the reps that you're signing up is so that they can go out and sell your product product to the retail space so that the retail space can sell it to your consumer. That exactly how it works. That is correct again they also promote it to you know. No lighting designers and various people like that so tied. Tell me once more. Why is this light special? I'm not sure quite got that. If you think give a normal Scott slate that might be on your wall you go to turn the switch on it just comes on turn. It often turns off really quick. We decided we wanted to add a new artistic element to do those. And they're kind of a mini piece of artwork. When you actually turn the switch on they slowly open up? And they changed form in shape in the lane gradually increases and then when you actually turn the switch off the lights actually revert back to their normal stage and they have a little soft glow about him. So it's kind of unique. It's kind of a new product. South sounds spooky to me and you have two lights that look like little field mice on the wall and then you turn them on and suddenly they grow into an elephant. You've got to be elephant. Funny we know give me an example of how they change shape just like visual of it. And then I'll leave you alone on describing over and over again. No no problem at all. One of our lights is called the apex of a triangle. Shape as you go to turn it on. It actually grows outward so the side piece actually become bigger. The backlight lights up the wall while the front our delight as a RGB lights and they're made out of aluminum covers. They look really artistic. Actually Pretty Pretty Nice. It sounds to me more like you're selling art versus you. Selling life is a mixture of both It's targeted for a high end market. It's not your average going down to home depot so in Celena alight. This is kind of a higher end a home automation products. You know one more thing. What are they sell for list price on him is roughly seventeen hundred dollars? This is precis artwork really okay and the military lights who've been selling to the military audience. That has nothing to do you. These lights who you're selling to you're going out into a totally different landscape to sell your new business right. That is correct. Yep this is a totally new company. Okay okay thank you. Thank you for taking the time to explain a little bit more. I need to picture something to really help somebody. So now I get the lay of the land. You have quite beautiful lights. That are or beautifully made have a high price seventeen hundred dollars. Typically people wouldn't necessarily buy them for the practical aspect of lighting their room. They would buy them into. Wow people like wow what is that. That's gorgeous more like a piece of art both correct. Yeah Okay and you've recently been talking to reps direct you to the retail stores. Hi Sue high end so that people could come in and actually buy them. Yeah okay I mean it's hard when you're a new company. It's hard to wave your hand out there to you. Know in the big world of the Internet. I you offering them online right now. Now we do offer them. Online people can order them online. And what are you sales online. We haven't had any sales of those online yet. We've just had a couple orders through some reps ups and do people visit you online. Have you been promoting you online site. We have slightly through Google Edwards and stuff like that but We we really like a marketing company. Kinda take it over into. We've hired marketing companies in the past and it seems like you know they want fifteen thousand dollars from you just even answer the the phone. Fill out a ten minute survey from your product. That's exactly right and then instead of that you're thinking if I get the right. Pr Company they could put it out there. Get a lot of Action around it attention around it and the people will just have to go online or go to the store and buy a lights often. Wonder if a publicist isn't better I mean it seems like maybe they can draw more more attention to it and trying to find out if it's the bang for the buck it's not I'm going to tell you neither is for now anyway. You don't mind if I tell it to you straight right no. Let's take a short break to talk about a company. I love my friends at onto business..

TY BARBARA Barbara My Idaho Boise B. A. R. B. Pr Company Google irving partner Celena Scott Edwards
"barbara " Discussed on 888-Barbara

888-Barbara

14:47 min | 2 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on 888-Barbara

"Come to that road when they reach it. You know what I thank you need to do is that you need to prove to yourself that you're capable of following through village. You need to pick something small whether it's a business thing or an online course or a diet or something and just proved yourself that you're capable of following through on something and build up your confidence again that you will not not let yourself and others down because I feel like you're coming from a place that scarred from past mistakes or pastime that you didn't actually follow through and I feel like so you just need to hear like you are forgiven and like let's move forward and you just got slowly build that confidence muscle by proving yourself that you're capable of doing those things that that you really WanNa do. I WanNa add something of that. If I could very bluntly if you don't mind my saying Thomas don't spend another minute selling real estate you you wave over due to move on nothing wrong with trying it out but you don't try out something for three years and not enjoy it. It's a waste of three whole years of your life. All for the right motivation Shen and provide for your family. But it hasn't panned out. I would say when you first uttered your first word I turn to my producer here when you set em a real estate agent and I said to him with my lips he sounds like a nurse. Be No what came across to me is not a lack of confidence whatsoever however a lack of aggressiveness. I heard the tone and feel and heart of someone who enjoys helping someone. What's better than being a nurse or radiologists geologist's somewhere can make a real difference in someone's life not through great hustle but greet service? We're all meant to be different things. I want to just tell you one last thing because I know we're overstepping stepping. Everyone's time here but I have to share this with you. My very first husband Dell was the most loving wonderful man of my life. We didn't stay married for long not to take away from him really. I think it was more my stuff. Okay but he was an advertising executive from California from business school and wasted three whole whole years in the advertising business and from the day I met him. I said you should be a minister. You should be a minister. You should be a minister. You know what he did. He went amount became a minister twelve years after I left him but you know why he wasn't an aggressor advertising New York City. Bing Bang no the beauty of this man was used a great listener. He was kind you know so. He tapped into his essence and he's phenomenally successful. That's all you need. You need to go hundred ninety degrees to the left and do something that answers to your calling. Which is your lovely guy you got to share that with people not Haslem into palm loosen talk them into this and then night you so we both gave your? I can't think the same advice in different words but if I hear your name associated with real estate eight out there in Saint George Utah. I'm GONNA come after you myself with a big stick. Get that out.

New York City executive Shen geologist Saint George Utah Haslem Thomas producer California
"barbara " Discussed on 888-Barbara

888-Barbara

10:11 min | 2 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on 888-Barbara

"Beiber on my name is Michelle and my question is. How do you overcome blockages? There's like mine is I've been told all my life that I'm not worthy of me knows that I'm worthy but I don't know how to get rid of it. I've had nothing but abuse abuse in my life on the day my butt hit the ground. I've been rejected and abused constantly and I'm always struggling to be successful astle. Can you help me with that. Hey Michelle how are you. It's far I'm Barbara. I'm doing good doesn't sound that way from your question. You know selling doing so good. Good there I tried to hang in there a fighter. You know I'm a survivor. So I just hang in there but now I I am struggling Michelle. What part of you is worthy in your opinion is worthy? What part my honesty and integrity? That's about as worthy as I feel. I'm on instant have integrity. What else us? There's a lot of people out there that can't use either of those words and mean it but you could use each immediate honest and have integrity not a bad place to start. What's unworthy everything else? Like what give me the long list. What's on worthy cups to my success have been successful in the past But for some reason my come success I'm not worthy. I just feel like I'm not worthy of it. I guess because it's always a struggle goal. It's always a battle when you say success to mean making money to meaning relationships do mean getting satisfaction. Everything all right so. Give me three things that you don't think you're successful or haven't been successful with relationships money and my time okay and you said to me just a moment ago that you were successful once in power you successful and you were What happened is I built a heavy equipment business for my husband at the time? He's my ex now but I was able to build it in six months I had generating one hundred and fifty ground and I have not been able to do that again. Well is it part because you're on your own and you don't have a partnership to work within with your ex husband. Yeah probably at. I feel like I need a partner. It'll be successful. Well that's a great thing to know about yourself. What was your role in that partnership in? What was your husband's role? He did all the repairs. But I did everything else invoicing saying that dealing with the customers who got the business. I brought the business in all he did was turn wrenches. Oh okay did he take credit for the business and forget that he was turning the wrenches and that you brought the business in and manage the business. Oh yeah and he made. My children believed to that I had nothing to do with it but I just used him. Or how long ago was your relationship with your ex-husband. When did you build a business? I ended everything back in two thousand ten so I have been struggling. It's okay ten year run or close to ten year run of struggling. Have you tried to build any other business in any kind of partnership situation Shen. Yeah right tried to build a foundation to help children heal from abuse and went nowhere like ten years. Nothing so you worked on that foundation which certainly sounds like a worthy cause for ten full years and never went anywhere just got sabotaged by everyone that I was around. Why do you think that is because they were jealous? Or they didn't believe in the cause or you collect the money and they stole the money. What was just what went wrong? It was all of the above. They collected the money and stole the money. They stole the spotlight. When it came to ban it was horrible? They pretended pretended to care. It always turned out to be an in the end. Okay and did they in the end end the charity or did you end it or did it just fade out since suspension. It's still legal. Ngo In suspension. And what happened to the money that was collected to benefit charity. Did it actually get the money end. Nope I just used what I did bring in and for expenses to try to keep it going. Try to keep things moving but then my partner my business partner ended up dying. Oh boy was he a good was is he or she a good partner no she was kind of hard to deal with. I'm still involved with people that she taught her therapy to. And so I'm still hoping hoping one day I might get it going again but I just had to put it on the back burner and take care of me for a while. So what brings you joy your family you case they bring you joy. Kids do That's a good place to start. Are they grown up where the little kids. They're adults and they turned out. Okay doing okay. Okay that's a to so you're great credit. I do need money to live on or you provided for in other words. Must you have a job until you have a job now. I'm struggling now as it is. I've been doing uber part time. And I'm working on a multi level business to as with gold. Oh so you starting another business. Yeah well I've started. I mean I'm part of it. I'm it's a slow build. I'm having trouble getting it built in love with it or not. It's a struggle. That's all just a slow slow process. It takes time. It's a network marketing company. It doesn't happen overnight so so you're willing to keep working on that right but meanwhile you do uber which yeah over spring the cash into pay bills pretty much. Yeah Yeah it's a side hustle. It leaves you free to do other thing absolutely. Okay I'm GonNa give you who I'm not so sure this visits you're working on your dedicated enough to really make a go of it. Honestly because I don't hear any passionate voice. That always is a red flag so you would know better than I on a scale of one to ten. How much do you wake up in the morning thinking? Oh my God. I can't wait to get in their work on that. That would be a ten wake up ten ten. I wake up in the mornings I thing okay. Well then there we go now. You have a me a believer but I think you're missing one thing in your life. It's a something in your life that a mite make a big difference. I think you need to find something to give to this something about when you give to something with no objective to bill something to win in favors to be light to find joy. Just give for the sake of giving the has a remarkable effect on the soul psyche or anything that gives you you. You've been abused as a child or maybe I'm filling up all your life right. Couldn't there be kids that you could relate to and if if not kids other adults and a form kind of thing rather than starting a business and raising funds and Dell that just sheer giving of yourself as something that you could give to. That's what I started. The foundation for was to give back because I'm a survivor and I feel like I can make a difference in people's lives but like I said it just got sabotaged numbers. Nothing that I could do. I'll tell you about something really simple like working in a soup kitchen or going on the street and giving coach to people who don't have coats uncomplicated. Easy two hours a week. Even is this something you throw yourself at. Yeah I know it sounds like a wacky solution to very complicated problem you have. That can't be turned back on time. Can't be reward. Kimchi Redone. But I am. I'm just a believer that when all else fails you throw a life preserver. Out to someone in a little way and while you're pulling them in you forgot what was going wrong with zero life. I've always been that kind of person that reaches out to other people. Even though I have nothing to give I still do it. I don't believe you have nothing to give. I can hear it in your voice. You have so much to give but what I'm suggesting is that you take that gene and that ability and experience you have to give and dedicate to Seoul hours a week just for that on a schedule as a giver. I think those two hours will be the happiest hours of your entire week and I think from that you'll find a source to do other things that bring a great satisfaction in essence. That's really what you're missing in life not so much success success that's defined by too many people too many circumstances but the feeling you get when you go to bed at night and you think you know. I really did a great job today. Even if it's as one little thing I did a great job. Okay Michelle his two things. I'm going to give us an assignment and I want you to try it and mean it number one. Stop feeling sorry for yourself. That's more new way than you could ever imagine. That alone will clear the deck and then the second thing is just find and one little thing you do every week maybe for two hours. Will you purely give just purely give soup kitchen help some kid. That's abuse become my big brother. Big sister go and give for the sake of giving what happens when you giving is you can't think about what's wrong with you. That's the beginning of the sure right. There you do that. You call back into me and tell me how you did. I think you're GonNa be surprised at what you find that. Okay all right. I'm on your side just like everybody else aside. Michelle look forward to hear. And that's all the questions Sion's we have time for today. I hope you found the advice helpful than guy got it right then got it wrong. have an idea for great guests. Come on give it to me. Tweet me up Barbara Corcoran using the HASHTAG. Eight Barbara and keep those questions coming into the eight eight eight Barbara Hotline. You can subscribe to this show wherever you listen to podcasts. Don't be coy. Leave a review the show at Apple podcasts. And keep the party going on. We'll see you next time. 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888-Barbara

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on 888-Barbara

"And sometimes I'll be asking them to interview view some of the greatest folks. I know to learn the secrets of their success. So I can share them with you. See you find the whole landscape of dating today as treacherous and you haven't been on a date and a whole year can get over it. Should you get over it. Listen and we'll have bad days but sometimes those days add up so much you start to believe you can have a good life this lady coal so down in the dumps. I had a hard time giving your advice I did. I wonder if she'll listen. You decide abor overhaul you. Hey this is maverick. I'm calling from Atlanta and I was won't left a message on instagram about the dating game. Oh my goodness you should be grateful and thankful that you are happily married and not in this game. Minimal Bravo it is treacherous here. I mean I'm talking straight up. Dating Gay has just completely changed. And don't even get me started with social media dating. Oh and let me tell you about the new dating scam out now where people pretending to be celebrities. I Wou Barbara I could tell you a lot. I got proved to show show you some stuff too but yeah I am hoping to speak material if you think this is interested enough all right. Thank you so to speak with you. Hey Maverick Haibo are you. I want to date you myself. You sound like so much fun. I saw who said I'm happily married which you get that from a thought I read it. I probably Oh we Li- once in a while. Yeah no I'm married for sure for over thirty years but if you think the dating scene Izhar where do you try a marriage. Oh my God I probably work my ass so have to make it work every day of my life and I'm not even sure how well I'm doing but you got me curious. What's so bad about the dating game for you? You sound like you're lively lively Warmth and voice you probably really good cutler Come on I bet you good looking to you just sound like all that on the phone I would. I would think he would have no problem dating. What's going wrong over? The game has changed. It has completely changed of is more like Villanova application for award job. No no way how boring. It doesn't sound very romantic until you a quick story. Yep I actually went on Speed dating a while back one of my friends. Wow it was so many female showed up not he. He had problems getting guys so he called me at the last minute and say you're kidding I promise you and it must must've been about that. Sounds like heaven on earth coming from a guy. What's wrong with that? Am I missing the point. We're almost like you know everybody. Everybody wants to work with one. Another is more like what you do for me. Now Oh but I would think the scales would be tipped in your favor that you'd be in the position -sition be asking the girls. What can you do for me? I wanted to do that all on Matt Dead Paper Guy. You're a nice guy and I think that's my problem too Nice I. I don't think being too nice is ever a problem. It depends upon who you being too nice to or who you're being nice to. May I ask you. Who Do you wind up updating? What's your type? Maybe you just choosing the same person again and again I mean as I'm assuming you're going on dates in my right about that maverick. Actually I owned on day. Two novels a year won't come on. Maverick I'M GONNA post your face bio on my website and I am going to put you out on social media you're going to have you've dates than a man could shake stick APP okay with it. In fact I'll I'll say the people out there you have a gorgeous daughter for this gorgeous man sender. Under my way I want to set this marriage up okay. But that's on another. There's more serious no merit that said for me to think that you're sitting home free year not dating in someone when you sound like a delicious package of a man in every way. So what's going on. Why not what's the trip wire there when you're trying to date film in your Adler to picky earnestly this goes crazy too? But I actually saw a Catherine Zeta Jones movie it. I'd I saw that movie. I changed my tired data. Seen you wanted somebody that looked like her. Oh my goodness oh you can me well. Did you call her up a year. But I don't believe Michael. Douglas happy by. Oh No no no no you better go into hiding in fact no so what happened. You saw that move in. You said there's the girl for me I have to to find a woman that looks like her acts like care. What was the turn on the IT? Just a physical attraction. And you said that's the kind of girl I want the appearance of course. The personality personality honestly bar went from dating on exotic dancers to politicians from politicians to just your average beautiful female and I just got reappeared after that will it so the movie was the turning point. Or you're going to get to that point anyway. Yeah I was getting to that point anyway. So now what happens. You go on dating sites sincere girl at the photo and you say not good enough. Click Click Click or or. You're not even going on the dating sites. What are you doing? Yeah clue to be honest with you. ALYSSA Internet data model. You're what in an dating Moro okay. They were coming to me. Wow Yeah it gave flip for real was an enticement. Enough was about an eight inch it enough to keep my attention you know. I'm just different in that era. Let me ask you. Are you looking for a serious relationship or are you looking for romance two different different things wrong. Maybe a finding exactly what you're searching for which is romance intrigue up and down. How exciting? She's she's no good she's pretty she's not pretty. Maybe all that excitement is what you like. Happy a new thought about their. Yes actually I am the happy. Go lucky guy you take a lot get a scam. Yeah so you might be right. I never thought about it I did it. Wouldn't it be amazing if you realize you are doing exactly what you always wanted to you do. What are you bitching to me about? What are you calling me up for? Baba Conquer Maverick. Averick guess what I'm seeing right through your act you wanna Dayton be real. Do you WANNA date. I'd be let me give you my husband cell number. It's two Oh one well first of all. I don't have a daughter to marry off yet. She's fourteen but if you're still around. I think I'm going to send kate to you. That's what Oh I think I would love to have you as a son law. You'd be just the kind of son in law that every mother would want. Maybe it'd be around and he I don't think so. You know what I don't think I don't think the marrying type hype playboy through and through and you love it and let me tell you something you would be the envy of every guy out there. Wow you know. You're the second person the WHO said I your mother. Probably she probably knew you best right. Yeah no no no. No that wasn't truthful. WHO said it? Besides me. I could hear the difference. was she do she. She actually told me she's a some people. How does she put? I WANNA put it how she put it. She says some people expect to be mayor and they are you know they had at blue to be there and then now yeah knows that don't and she told you your mother that you don't she didn't she just did because of my spirit because type of person I am. Yeah name they must have known it on birth. She named Him Maverick. Let me tell you why. Because she said data all her boss a rose one sister I kick the horse. What a kick the hoarders when she was scared me a ride horses? She as she says. That's what she named Me Maverick. She was a big fan of that. TV show Britain Maverick. Yeah I remember that Maverick show. I watched you sound younger than that. I'm surprised you even know what Maverick is. How old told you? Divide fifty five. You're hopeless. Yeah but still you game going and you smile and good feel okay. Well you've just become my hero and you probably going to be the hero every guy listening like I wanna be a maverick when I grow up and you've actually managed to pull it off. You know. Maverick Rick I'm not feeling sorry for you. I'm admiring you. You got what you wanted beautiful girls whacking them away with a stick and you smiling from ear to ear now almost monitored okay. I'll speaking with you. I really am. Okay yeah the UN Atlanta you were amazing. Well thank you. You know I would agree with you. I'm pretty the amazing. I'm only Ki. I remember that Atlantic crowd that I was speaking with. Everybody was so chew Bulent the minute I walked on that stage like God. I think these people love me any except people applauding before I said a word I think I had to correct the audience as I recall that. Don't clap until I do something you know. You have a certain prisoners about you and the were you spoke is something magical botchy at you right you hit everybody attention in that arena. Well let me tell you something about you maverick. You're the best Schmoozer I've talked to in a longtime you've just charmer my pants right off so keep it going keep it going and invite me you wedding. You got which I'm not GonNa wait very long for that. Invite enjoy a dating. Okay Bye bye bye bye.

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"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"barbara " Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"Advantage. Ladies listen up. I'm talking about being a girl in business today. When I started out the real estate sales business in New York City was a business that was entirely owned and managed by the men, but it was worked by the women when I would walk into a room filled with the sea of men in grey navy blue suits, I realized that I had an advantage as a war. I had a short skirt great legs and high heels, and I decided right then in there, I would always wear red suit. And it became my trademark when I walked into any room all the men noticed me. And that's about as far as I went using my girl cart. I can tell you the great advice. Vantage I had building my female business in a world. That was run by men is I never thought about myself as girl, I think thinking of yourself as an oddity or woman or the odd personnel. Always takes your power away. I would walk into room. What did I really see? I saw my competitors. I saw myself as a fierce competitor, not as a woman competing, but a fierce competitor, just like the guys. And I always kept my eye on that full. What do I have to do to win this? That's all I ever thought. What do I have to do to win this? I soon learn as I built a large business that I had an advantage being a woman, I wasn't focused on it. But it became clear I was hiring women to work for a woman, and I understood what they're going through. I was a mom with kids running a business. They were moms with kids trying to go back to business trying to struggle to make a living. And so I could walk in their shoes. Shoes and talk their language. Everyone who worked for me for the first ten years. I was in business was female. And that was okay. With me. I had a female support staff female managers female sales people, and they all love me because I was just like them what an advantage. And now I'll tell you the little bonus. I got when it comes to competition. None of the men ever took me seriously. They saw me come and go. They didn't think I was going to be a real competitor. Until I became the number one rival in the business, and then they stood up and took notice and guess what? Too late. I was already the number one broker off when I started out real estate sales in New York City was owned and run by all men, but it was worked by women ownership was an all boys club. And I was the only woman in any room instead of letting that intimidate me and see my gender..

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