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Microaggressions Between Women

Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

01:59 min | Last month

Microaggressions Between Women

"Microaggressions. They stand in the way they stand in the way every day all the time and we have some urgent business to attend to. I remember years ago. Many years ago. When i was first beginning to practice law i joined a very prestigious public interest law firm. They didn't really hire people out of law school. But i had gotten a temporary job there right out of law school to help you get ready for trial. People were so excited about what. I was bringing. They quickly developed a program. That would me to be able to join the firm. But as a fellow i joined the fellowship program. It was their way to bring me in but within six months they said oh. Just let that go. Just come one of our partners. And i did but there was a woman there who had been what they called. Legal secretary then. I suspect they use that language anymore. I haven't practiced law in twenty years but she was smart as a whip. She understood the law but she wasn't a lawyer. One day i had gone to work not expecting to have to go into court dress very very casually and something happened in. My case was up. And i had to go to court. Went into the women's room with a couple of other. Who were there barham. Sturt from somebody gotta blouse from somebody else. Somebody else had. A jacket looked at myself. I looked pretty good. Looked in the mirror and said. Does anybody have lipstick. I think i need to add a little color. And this woman who had smart as a whip knew everything about the law but not a lawyer might woman said. I thought that's why we brought you in. I was so taken aback. I'd been friendly with her. She had helped me out on a couple of cases. And i thought not. She didn't hurt me. what she did. Is she exposed herself. I've thought i didn't know you were in that kind of pain. I can see it. I didn't know it.

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"barham" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"barham" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"My husband's retired and march. Now there's another twist again another change so it's about actually sang okay. So we've got a new norm. I mean we are in this difficult situation here in the Obviously had locked down for has retired at the end of march. We went into lockdown instead of His brother died of multi later soon as huge dramatic change for him in the last few months. And so all the megacity saying okay so we need to set some new boundaries in some new rules here bing flexible. I'm sexy enough to know that now's not the time. The actually this to money changes to him. That have gone on his best friend and his brothers died now. His lost his job is sixty seven. So this have many fifty Forty seven years that he has been a very prominence and important and respected man in his field. Does you know i'm then for covid. Talk inaudible of that. It's just too many changes so for me to expect things to kind of have this new haw here. We go is unreasonable. So i think that realization that setting boundaries. But actually timing is everything I think for me is It's really really important to know about yet taking everything consideration understanding yourself understand your partner and sing like okay. What do we have to do here now yet. Now before go into that. Mutual respect aspect. You said about the monopole House harder your husband yet. So we'll through the interesting. Is that when you hit menopause. Which most women doing this full taste..

11 Trivia Questions on USA Crossword

Trivia With Budds

06:53 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on USA Crossword

"Guys. Today's episode is all about a USA crossword. Why give you letters and you try and come up with the answers? Just like you're doing crossword puzzle and before we do that. We have some questions for you from trivial pursuit. Here's a question from a movie in beetlejuice. What BOOK TURNS UP ON? Gina Davis Alex Alec Baldwin's coffee table after their untimely demise. What is named the book from Beetlejuice? That is called the handbook for the recently deceased. Handbook for the recently deceased love. That movie love that book. It's a very cool prop. You buy at places like hot topic and box lunch. They have purses and wallets and things of that cover. Your next question is about Michael. Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nineteen seventy eight variety? Show had a troop that included Michael Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nine hundred? Seventy eight variety show was that and that was Mary. Tyler Moore way back in the day. Mary Tyler Moore David Letterman Michael. Keaton working together. That's kind of fun and here is your last question. It's about music. What was the name of the male member of the carpenters? What was the first name of that member of the carpenters? That was Richard Richard Carpenter. I imagine there you go. Thank you guys for listening to this intro and get ready because we got eleven more. Usa themed questions common at you right about now here we go all right here. We go with the USA Crossword. We'll give you the amount of letters and the clue and you tell me or looking for all American and USA related things number one ten letters a famous building that blows up in Independence Day number one ten letters famous building that blows up in independence. Day that's number one number one number. Two six letters thirty third. Us President number two six letters the thirty third US president and number three on your list nine letters the capital of Iowa number three nine letters the capital of Iowa number four eight letters the most American desert Americans in quotes number four eight letters the most American desert question number five nine letters home state of springsteen number five nine letters home state of springsteen number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech number six seven letters the memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech and number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this. World's biggest tool in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool questionable eight ten letters. America Ferrera. Is this Sitcom after five seasons. What is it after five seasons? What do you think an number nine four letters? The Police Department for Dangle Clementine and Garcia Police Department for Dangle Clinton and Garcia question number ten we have six letters and that's the MLB World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen number ten MLB world series champs in two thousand fifteen six letters and the bonus four two points twelve letters. I'm looking for the name of Hogan's entrance song name when he wrestles Hogan's entrance song name twelve letters those all your questions for USA Crossword. We'll be right back in just a second to see how you did. We are back with the answers to USA Crossword U. S. A. Let's see how you did number one. Ten letters famous building blows up Independence Day is of course the White House to five letter words for the ten letters in White House number. Two six letters the third. Us President Harry S. Truman Truman. Where the six letters we are looking for. Tru Number. Two number three nine letters capital of Iowa is de Moines Das Mo es es Des Moines number. Three number four. We had eight letters the most American desert looking for Apple Pie eight letters. Long Apple Pie number five nine letters home state of springsteen that's Bruce Springsteen and New Jersey nine letters New Jersey number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech. That was the Lincoln Memorial Lincoln number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool it is a hammer. The world's biggest hammer is in Eureka. California number eight ten letters. America Ferrera is leaving this Sitcom after five seasons. It's called superstore. You can drive by the storefront that they use for the exterior shots of the building on Barham Boulevard in Burbank. California right near where my first apartment was number nine four letters police department. Four Dangle Clementine Garcia. They brought back this show on. Qube. It's Reno for Reno nine one one. Those are characters on Reno nine one one number ten six letters. Mlb World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen. The royals Kansas city royals and the bone is twelve letters. Hogan's entrance song name is real American Hogan I am a real American in there. You guys all your questions for the USA themed Crossword Hope. He had fun playing along with today's quiz. We have one more question for you. It's called the question of the day. And it is what sea creature is associated with. Ross and Rachel's relationship on friends. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday is questioned. The day was about the sparkling water brand from Coca Cola that was released in two thousand twenty and the answer is Ha- A. H. A. It's called a high and it's pretty damn good. I like the citrus citrus. Green tea one. It's green and yellow box. Looks like lemon lime? Go Try that. If you have not had the citrus Green tea and your Trivia team name of the day is come and get your gloves. Come and get your gloves. 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"barham" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"barham" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"Because they don't I have a voice and I canceled show and you know therefore what at that time eight hundred people in Asheville or in the surrounding area going to get a see us and that that amount of money whatever that is is going to be pulled from the state that's going to have no effect but on the flip side of that the boss. We're just talking about him or he cancelled a show. There that did have an effect right that respect the fuck out of Bruce Springsteen or doing that twenty thousand people go to the PNC arena China right. Now that's a that's that was my. That was the other part of my argument that we get messages saying that. You know you're going to be there. You shouldn't Alabama to after their whole abortion Ornstein thing and it's always been my. Hey what you said which I of course agree with about the people that are coming to see us there. Don't fuck with that shit either. I don't WanNa fuck them over but also so the powers that be you're trying to send a message to if someone tells them. Hey the fucking. Liberal Redneck is boycotting. They're going to be like a Hukou. Do and be the the liberal redneck. They're not coming fucking. It must be my birthday. That's good news news to like the bill. We also don't want us to be came in Alabama show beyond say played the show in North Carolina and then donate it's like the ACLU and and just like that's huge like when you're sitting there and you're like oh because she sold out like Carter Finley Stadium which is like twenty thousand people and then she just turns around and donates that to like trying to get this stupid fucking bathroom bill because it puts it. North Carolina believe it or not was a progressive state in the south in two thousand eight Korobov bombing upswing. It was the first north. Carolina flipped Democratic candidates since Carter it. Don't you think that's exactly. Why had the bathroom bill even fucking came up in the first place? Meaning those mother fuckers at the state level that you guys still had North Carolina. They thought it was like a big swain. Swayne that they took you know what I mean. We gotta do something to get to state back on track. And that's what they landed on. Because I just remember everywhere. We went from Wisconsin. It's go ch Asia and and it's hard because you know we had these pockets it just so happens to be where all of our the universities are. All the towns have major state and public universities are extremely progressive. Places like we're southern we like everything southerners like Love College. Football Nascar Fried Chicken can but we also love rights for everybody. Love like that kind of stuff and and it's weird because like the minority of our state Ah Somehow represents everybody. We'll actually talk one of the most One of the worst examples of that in Gerrymander. They've used he's like North Carolina. Well they finally did finally changed this upcoming election I the Supreme Court ruled that it was in fact illegal to draw giant in lines. And and just pick which you know districts how the districts were set up and so I mean we're literally the worst in the nation as far as every every comedy show took their hits at being like I was a hit was also like factual those are always the worst. Those are hard words to take there from Tennessee. The ones you laugh it and then you realize it's your true. Oh faulkner that's rough but it's supposed to be better in this next election but who says it's we're still very very much conservative state. And we just we were lucky. We live in that pocket of Raleigh. Durham Chapel Hill that is extremely progressive. And so so you know. We're the kind of people that lived in that Echo Chamber in the two thousand sixteen election. We're like others everywhere you go and Roger Chapel Hill. It was just all Clinton signs and then when you start and then when we'd leave for tour and get forty and once we get outside of White Chapel Hill and you start getting into the heart of North Carolina go. This is going to be a lot closer than anybody. Fifteen miles west East even thinks it's going to be and you'd see the exact same thing in Washington State Colorado state right. Yeah you know you're in Denver and obviously it's it's fuck in Legal Pot and Hillary signs John's but you get outside of Denver and it's like yeah I got a bunker ready for it right. Yeah that's that's what I would tell a lot of my liberal friends who they would in one sentence. Let's say this they were like yeah on my facebook and on my twitter I've blocked everybody. WHO LIKES DONALD TRUMP? I've blocked all there. And then the next sentence they they would say you know I just. I don't see there's no way trump's going to win because I just don't see the support for him like I say for him and I'm like yeah you fucking deleted that from your whole life life. I've meanwhile I just drove through forty states and I fucking promise you if if election signs mean anything this is GonNa win. Walk go for sure. Everybody in Raleigh Durham. They live in that echo chamber. Because it's a self inflicted echo chamber like you said. They blocked people on follow people. That disagree disagree with their opinion so all they're surrounded with for an entire election cycle is people just pat him on the back telling them in a right and I'm playing shows in Texas Texas and Oklahoma and Mississippi Alabama and I have fans that are fifty percent one way to present the other way and I'm seeing it. I'm Mike this is not like a cakewalk. For anybody like there's a lot of people who are standing up for either GonNa toe that Party line and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa vote Republican or there's people that are just so have been and so full of hate and not been able to expel it and follow. There was this guy who walked off and just kind of turn the valve open and said it's okay to say. Yeah and then that's win like my whole like certain sides of my family. We're just coming out and you see it on facebook like Holy Shit. You can't write that and then nobody said anything like that. And it's like Oh they've been thinking the whole. It never went away. That's the that's the part of the south is we live in this gigantic underbelly. The shadow that we thought we'd out. Oh I'm just the specific south Let's let's call. It is slavery we like to pretend that that was like this deal. It was like dinosaurs. Distant ancient thing and like my great great great great grandfather owned people for our tobacco form. It's not that far removed. My grandfather remembers a man that owned people at at one point in time like that's how not far back it is and so for. Let's just say for one hundred and fifty years two hundred years. Most of those people have just been quite because they had to be but now it was like Pandora's box somebody just under the lid and said it's cool to say it again. What do you think about the argument though and I kind of go back and forth on this sometimes but I think ultimately I fall on the side of it? I do prefer that they be vocal. Be because like they always think that Shit bill accountable at one right right exactly and now that now that they have opened Pandora's in are just being open and out on front street about it like. Yeah it's really disconcerting in discouraging. Because you're like God damn I didn't realize it was like still this bad but on the other hand is like they were going to be that way anyway so I'd rather us all know where everybody stands. You know what I mean and like you said of an account. It's hard because you see it and you think like is just like you know you're you're racist uncle. That has his thoughts. But then you get on it and there's your best friends from high school you teachers they brought up like people you went to church with hosting this stuff. And you're like oh it's way worse than I thought. It's not just like openly people who are like right like flying the confederate flag on the back of their truck. It's like there's people that you know in love and respect it that that that hell lot hate in your heart and and on the it's nuts 'cause like it'll be somebody who likes I legitimately believed shopped me as a person exactly and made me and made me the way that I am and then I see all this stuff and I'm like how the fuck did I get where I am basing everything saying on this person and this is what they were the whole time. A- just cannot. I can't wrap my head around to take the I agree with that and take the personal out of it end to extend that to where we are I I was on that side of it for a long time. There was that great patent Aswa bid about. I mean I'm not GonNa do the whole a bit. One of his points was if we know who saying it a better or quicker example. Is the Roy Wood Junior B. You know we got rid of the rebel flag but now where my how am I supposed to tell which gas gas station not to go to as a black man in the south you know what I mean. And that's like very funny but also agree with what you're saying you know it's like yeah but now we know who they are but But what I've come to realize it's kind of what cory was talking about and you. It's not just painful to realize that people you love your best friend's your teachers also have some of this inside them. We trump got rid of shame surrounding son. On some of those feelings in the wild depri- right the wild crazy easy racist guy. I'm glad we know who that is so I don't you know I don't want my nephew's around him in my hometown and Blah Blah Blah but the people who were okay with that because has at least. He's on my team. That's part that part's what's dangerous. It's like I know what you mean. Let's get it out in the open but this is a part of me. That's like part of sweeping it under rug made people who were fifty fifty ashamed. Because you you're supposed to be a shame that's the other side of exact. They went somewhere years without saying it because they we were shamed of it. And it's like and that was a good thing right because you're you should be ashamed. Shit and yeah no right people who and it's like let's take the morality we out of it. You know you can hear what I'm saying right now and be like well fuck those people to sure but we need to win an election. Like if you're worried about gay people you have to understand that we need some of those folks to vote our way over. We're talking about real life shit here. Not just what's morally correct or incorrect and so there's a part of me that's like maybe the shame was working man. You know like shame was a good thing especially when it came to. Tha that those kinds of situations like you're not supposed to be vocally do that Shit. We'll we've been talking about race. Let's talk about sexism and how quickly so many people in this country as soon as this dude started just grabbed by the pussy. You and do this and that. How many people I love and respect? We're just like Yemen..

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"barham" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

11:50 min | 1 year ago

"barham" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"All Birch said outlaw country on it and stuff and they would like saying about in reference while an and Willie and all them back in the day and like obviously it wouldn't. It was not got out there. Wasn't nothing outlaw. Waylon ever wore bedazzle. Gene I'll go down that hill right. Well like that type of thing. Do you know what I mean Eh. But but again they're still kids in an origin or our subset of country music like the Independent Country Music Americana as the countries that call themselves out loud and my biggest thing is like if you have to even call yourself outlaw. Then you've you've lost point like the reason you know but get a bag on era and the reason they're Allah wouldn't because they robbed a bank and got away with Bang. It was because they weren't getting played on the radio so they went out and did what they went out and found on their own audience. But I get it because it's like alerting me I mean look if I read that and then I see your album cover and you've got on bedazzle jeans on Mike Right. Well throw that as far as I can. But if I hear one referred to as outlaw country and I know they're independent and they're underground and all that to me it's like oh they're alerting me to what I would now consider consider a sub genre of music because it got labelled as such you know what I mean like I would never say. Oh my buddy. Aj is an outlaw. But if somebody was asking me out kind of music I would say. Oh you remember the outlaw country guys and they go. Oh I know what that is and I get that. I think it's more like outliers. Outsiders insiders is outlaw. Well I'm also don't look as good on T. shirt though country country se. I'm also very biased. I'm not question person with name names right now. Someone was talking about his ex and her band calling themselves outlaw and pissing him off on twitter and his band is named named after stolen guns. And I'm like Bro. You're doing the same thing where you're stolen. You Ain't ever stole the pistol. You Ain't never had a pistol. Hi this is described. I don't want to name names but I'm GonNa name to people that you know very well and live in your home state All right my only with that. BJ is like the mad live. Ah I don't I don't blame him for naming his band after stolen guns and then I don't blame her for and it's like you guys are both going for the same ship it's like this is all a little bit. Fake that aside. I think outlaw country is a little useful as as John Reid identifier it has been bastardized completely. Yeah it's been taken advantage of to sell fucking shitty towns Zandt t-shirts as well but anyway. let's back up a little bit so all right. You're at what did you you know when you write. Tainting went to college that you wanted to get there and start a band. That you've been lagged up around with Rodney Silences Shit when you're in high school and that type of thing or what. I did whatever kid with emotions did I put some words on paper and they were all shooting and they were talking about how blue some girls is were and how she made me feel like I was in the night sky or whatever the fuck he tried to get busy and eh but at the end of the day I moved I went to college. I was majoring in political science and history. I had every intention going to law school That was my path I I I was ten or eleven. Abbas side of what I was going to do with my life I was going to be a liar and this was the path and so I got about a year in and started going going to shows a year in college year in college and started seeing people playing on my hand I can. I can write better that I can write songs so I started writing songs. Still shitty sounds sounds bow. Blue girls is worried all that bullshit but after a couple years I started writing some songs that people like outside of my friend. Group was like Manet's S.. Pretty good like you should play show and so I put a band together you know classic the. What's the name of the band? What are we gonNA put up on the marketing? I think I don't know. Let me think about so. I was listening Yankee Hotel. Foxtrot and the first line of that wilco records. I'm an American aquarium. Drinker a buddy of mine from high school was like Ma'am Eric. guerin be cool name nine as a cool. That's the name of the band thinking anything about it. And that was two thousand five ish and And then fast forward and once you name in your band and put a record out. You can't really go back and change the band name your kind of Stutter And so I'd say I made it through my junior year at NC state date. And then I got offered a tour and by two or I mean a very loose definition of the word to I got offered six shows in six different cities that weren't in North Carolina. Anna and I dropped out of college buggy. I was like we're going on tour and by two or I mean I went to Chicago and New York and Nashville and and I got bit by the bug. I got bit by standing in front of people telling stories and play songs and then I started dropped out of college and focused on. Okay fuck man lawyer Fuck School. Fuck academics I'm this is my calling. It was like a craft. It was just like keep riding shady stuff until it got better and then and then so on so on just to get a little bit nuts and bolts on the process of it. Because I'm fascinated by this type of thank you said you started going shows sandpaper. You're like hell. I could do better than that. What did that take the form of for you specifically at first sitting in a room mm-hmm with nothing and like the lyrics to learn how to play guitar? Okay that was well that was part of my question was I did you were. Oh you like you know a three Chord stromer already. You didn't you didn't know Shit. I grew up What what was I like? Did you have okay. I started singing in Church Church and then I started saying and school like I was in like all the choirs and like a drama kid theater kid so you had the musical ability era could saying I can pitch I. Could I had vocal training. I needed to train your fingers. You didn't have to train your hear your ear. I love music could sing and all I had to learn how to play an instrument to sing along to and so when I started doing that it was very much like watching. Like you know this is before youtube going online and finally accord short chart and this is the g And then this is a D.. I learned how to play. GD And then. When did you start? You learn like the first five chord you realize like Holy Shit. I can play the entire like hank senior cannon. This is great like I can be a country singer and then I think I've learned in the last fifteen years and really really just churched it up a seven in there every now and then but Grab a guy who can play the stem field. That's what that's what I learned is is is your goddamn outlaw. I I learned to surround myself with much more talented musicians in May because as long as my songwriting was as good as their guitar playing or their drummer in their base. I could had hold. Walk Right we'll so all right you sit in a room now. You know you've learned your co Worker Sitting Room Guitar and you you work your way through a songwriter right. And you have that and then do you go to the bathroom. And you're like all right. Here's what I've been working on. And they and they hear it and then the still guys like we think about this and throws that. That's how it's always been out. Bring them these like extremely skeletal words songs and then they kind of knew for sure and and even with this new record up until a month ago. The boys had never heard any of the songs I had the record written and then we met up in Raleigh for two days and I played them for them and then we built up a little bit more. We waited a month sat on it and came here. And then we're in the studio now shooter Jennings and we gave him like a day to kind of make notes. It's on what we already had. And then we just started record them and so it's fun to watch as a writer as a creator of these things in their infancy to watch them go from just like three cord folk songs like ruminations living room to these somebody who just liked music of like when I was younger but didn't know anything about it at all. I always just kind of assumed that Whoever the songwriter? What the guy that you had to do all every bit of that you know what a main mainly well? There's some people that do there's some people like like control freak songwriters that literally have every like they hear the bass like Brian Wilson with the before that way springsteen was that way they hear rants I believe was that way. They hear the fool song in their head. The Mount Rushmore. uh-huh Wilson Springs Day France. Kid Rock plays every fucking can bob's in barbary. She lays sweetness. He's like no. We are almost done. But Bob won't get off the base. He won't get off the bow of bomb It's one of those things where I I knew friends who you know. They hear the full band arrangement and they go in the studio with the band and kind of tell them what to do. Orion Adams like that are used to be. I don't know I think I've read that. I don't know yeah I've known for a while now that it doesn't work that way but it was weird like I always just assumed for whatever reason reason that one thing that I'm jealous of From what we do and what you do many things but one thing is you get the best of both of them in so like you're a writer who gets to write something. Take it to other people. They work it out you go into the studio shooter Jennings his fucking legend in his own right he tinkers with it then you put it out and that's that album and you get that from beginning to end the collaboration the only thing we have something like a sketch or whatever but then you also get what we get with stand up up which is a made this today and I worked on it for a little while and now I get to go out and put it out and get the validation and that's like put it in my fucking convenes. Oh that's why we do. It is being able to go share it with people and put it out in front of people and then if you if you do it the right way and you do it. Good enough people like people talk about how good it is. And I've I've been on both sides of it. I've put out records if you'll like. This is a a pile of forty five minute garbage and then put records out that like our last a couple records everything since birth. The Guy has yeah extremely well received by like critics or Christianity. I gotTa tell you they've all been fucking great. I gotTa tell you quit this story. Scott Nelson was a comedian Stand up with New York. I think he's like you know married quits. Answer whatever long hair beard. And he's not from the south he's from like maybe Vermont. Maybe maybe like a kind of rural but I don't even think that I think he grew up like in a suburb or whatever and he found out. I was an American Aquarium Fan. And just do just my favorite band we gotta go see him and all that Scott would do comedy in the most like timid character. He Him Scott. I work in an office. You just not not at all like a rock and roll L. or not southern at all and then we'd go to your shows like in New York he would get hammered. DRUNK MOM hammered drunk. And then the burn flicker dial and was like sincerely sincerely his favorite album of anything of all time. And you play. Burn flicker die and you know no different than the neon lights. This man Bro. Yeah telling jokes. Doing comedy were rocking. Fuck and row and I'm going I don't know Scott. I'm not sure if we did. We tell Dick Jokes basement. It's never gotten either of us. Lay Not one single single time but if you believe in your heart buddy that's all that matters here. Let's have another accent. I'm with Scott for the record that's Hours any song that light burn flicker die is like you know fucking live fast die young look over you know just out here rock and just doing a bunch of fucking rails.

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"barham" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

The TechSalesShow

15:18 min | 1 year ago

"barham" Discussed on The TechSalesShow

"It kind of as A. I won't say bad career but maybe a little slimy before you got into it. What's what's been one of your proudest business accomplishments to this this point I think probably getting to where I've gotten to now. I don't really like to say that because I still feel like I haven't accomplished all that I want to but I definitely very proud of. What I I have done and I think that's probably my biggest accomplishment is getting to where I've gotten to in the time that I've achieved yeah well. I think you should be proud Samantha. I think there's a lot of people that are listening that may have been in your same shoes two years ago and that when they I listened into the podcast and I think there's a lot of people listening today that might be in that first month that are doing the same thing you did looking for a resource to learn from and and you can probably teach them a lot something to be proud of for sure Samantha so when he talked about knitting from inside sales to out down being a field account manager. It's a it's a big shift. We talked to inbound or mediums all the time that are looking to make that move like tell us about what made you successful as Abedian. What things did you do that made you successful there. How did you start to prepare for being filled seller as well so I I would say that the the biggest thing I did was I talked to people that were in that role and people that had come from inside sales and gone out of deal sales more recently in wanted to understand. What was the most challenging part about that? What did the day expect and what does it end up being what they like about it what they don't like about it because you know there. There are some situations where maybe inside sales is the role that you wanNA take in you. WanNa stay inside sales. That's okay. There's definitely some companies out there with the you know. The structure is in place for you to go on inside sales into stay there and to not go in if the old and that's fine for me. I I like to be in front of people and talk to people trying to understand what the expectation realistically should be set as in my mind because I had an idea of what I thought it should be that I wanted to talk to all the the people that I knew that had been recently inside sales had gone to the field and what that looks like for them and I I I did that. I talked to management. I talked to my manager who thought that would be and got feedback doc on where they thought my strengths weaknesses were what I could be doing that wasn't doing. I really tried to get a holistic view of all all the things that I should be doing what I'm doing good what could be doing better. Maybe where I shouldn't be expecting certain things from so I. I don't know I really tried to. I'm a big resource person and and I feel like if if you've got resources out there impeachable that you can talk to that can give it back and they're willing to give that to you. Let them talk to you and ask questions. 'cause that's going to be your biggest asset in my opinion so that's really where I focus. It's nighttime when when I was trying to get prepared to move into this role it's almost it's almost uncanny how many times the people that are on the show say something very similar to that and they are either top achievers or soon to be top achievers you probably went through that s three training with a group of people as soon as that correct perfect and are assumed that all of those people are in a field sales role. You know not not everybody but there's a couple that have been promoted did I was the first one to be promoted but there's been a couple of that have gone to the field since then There's definitely some among the group that I came from in sales that are definitely hoping in looking to get into that next all right now so I assume you stay in touch that my question is what what do you think those few people that are out in the field now that they did differently or are doing differently to get to the field sooner than than maybe the rest of the class. I think it goes back to being open to moving right like our for most companies nap specifically. We have our inside sales. Organization is in Raleigh. A lot of other companies have in Raleigh or Austin or in California. Some are in Boston Massachusetts so I think that being able to will be open to moving or willing to move and just raising your Hanan Zang. Put me on like this. If you've got this availability here I would love to go with the flag for our company and be in front of our customers and telling them how great our solutions are that is really. I think the biggest thing that you could do whereas if you don't WanNa move that's okay but it definitely does make it harder to go into the field. If you WANNA stay where your inside sales organization is trying to go into the field there because everyone's trying to go to that place right so that I think that was the thing I was willing to move and how's how's the movement it's been good. I really like living in Philadelphia. It's it's really nice. I mean I think the transition just to be honest for those out there that are looking to do this at. I don't think that I'd be doing just as if I wasn't completely candid. It's definitely difficult difficult. I lived in North Carolina for thirty years had all my friends and family right where I moved from and I moved to a place where I don't know anybody but the My job is something that I really enjoy and I think that's something that's really played a key part in this. I'm really like what I do and so so. I think that that part will come with time. You know making friends in feeling comfortable in a new place but it's a really good experience if art overly enjoying it. I think I made a move to and I changed roles. When I made a move I found that while it was challenging to you know it's always challenging challenging Beckham move of course found that having kind of that change in my normal everyday approach give me a little bit more time to focus on my job for a period of time. Did did you find that to be true for yourself as well 'cause. It's a big transition right. Moving from inside sales to fill cells is a big transition so how's that transition been and is that move helped it. Yeah that's funny that you say that I am definitely a workaholic at heart my previous role before I came into DHEC sales so much the point where now all I do have my manager sometime. Say like Tant Sam. Take a break in Go do something else. It's it's okay. You're doing a great job but I I. I definitely have time to focus August on my job. You know this is something I moved here for this job and for me. It's something that gives me a lot of pride and joy and and I really appreciate the opportunity that I've been given so. I like working and I may be different in that way a slight we're calling. I enjoy working. I don't really have a lot of distractions right now so I feeling it. This is my time to really put all that focus there. There's GonNa be a time my life. I do have distractions yeah right now. My focus is work and it's I think working out for me. Okay yeah sounds like it is so you you kind of had you. You spend a lot of time kind of investigating what their role would be like you. You spoke to folks that were already in the role. You probably built up a picture of what the role looks like. is it been everything expected. What what did you find to be easy. What you find to be challenging. I think easy is is the selling motion or the the processes on the tools is this are the same between inside and outside challenging aging out would say managing my time of having to leave island and you know being on the the amount of time that I'm on the road to go Zia customer so for me. If I have to go see a customer that's two hours away. That's essentially five hours out of my day. I'm not able to be responsive in email l. Two hours out to see a customer in our minimum to see customer two hours back so that's five hours and then I have to get back home to make sure I'm responsive in doing the other things for customers than maybe I wasn't seeing that day so I think the time management of it all and really trying to know a hey. We're looking at what by next week looks like so if I know that next week I'm GONNA be on the road every single day and I'm going to have multiple meetings in different places and they're not going to be responsive to email or as responsive as I would like to be. I needed to make sure that the really the top of mind things or or things that customers are waiting on for me. I I get them out to them either early. where's the expectation of hey we we? You said you needed this. I'm going to do my best to get to you. At this time. I may be a getting now. Just the night so that you're not putting pressure on yourself to pull over on the side of the road. I mean it happens where you have to pull over and get a quote John or do something really quickly for a customer but you want to prevent that as much as possible right so I think that's where the time management of it all is something that I'm still full time good or better at because I I definitely like to set realistic expectations customers on follow-through appropriately so I had a question come to mind that we haven't asked before so this might take you back a little bit but I normally would ask interviewees that we're interviewing viewing for cells roles for me kind of where they pictured themselves at the end of their career you being fairly new in your career and new to still tech sales but knowing that you you have big aspirations. Where where do you WanNa be fifteen twenty years from now. I think about that a lot. I when when I first started it definitely looked different than it does now. So when I first started in Zales I will never forget I sat down with WHO is is my current boss now. He was our inside sales director at the time and I told him I want to. I want to become an account manager in inside sales organization that I would would like to him to the field and then eventually I would like to move to either an enterprise role or at some point moved to a management role and become a leader for our company. I know as a person I really like giving back and I liked teaching. I like coaching and and for me it has been really feeling to go back and work with the as three academy that I came from and working with the new hires that we we have coming to that program and giving them some sort of realistic view and feedback on someone. That's in their position. That's gone through all the cycles and to give them someone to go to talk to and so I don't know that that's twenty years down the road but I will say that at some point in my career I would like to have the opportunity to still be in sales but also be able to get back on a consistent basis to that new hire program that we have and some sort of leader or trainer in that way where I can help give art the sales organization that that is encompassing our new hires feedback and just someone that they can go to ask discussions too nice. Obviously it's rewarding. Bryan and I do it on a weekly basis to pay things forward and still like to give back to those people that are learning how to be better sellers. What do you do whether it be on a regular basis or more random to keep up with everything obviously obviously were connected on link dancy a lot of posts. But how do you manage all the influx of competitive information current information. I mean that APPs gotta releasing new stuff almost daily and then really customers needs and the man not just your customers but in general theory look. How are they going to manage the data center. The future sure how to Samantha new detect sales. Keep up with everything. You need to keep up with to stay tuned to tack in Tech Sales so I I I. I ask a Lotta questions. It's it's a good thing but it's a false actually asked a ton of questions whether that adds to different engineers that we have within our company or your partners that I work with or customers than I have really good relationships relationships with. I ask questions all the time and it's hey. Are you looking at this or as it's been something that has trickled down in conversation within any of the you know the people that you work with or hey. Did you see this. Does this resonate or How are you guys looking at using using this technology. I think a lot of it comes from questions and a lot of it just comes from really enjoying when I do wanting to know more if you don't really like which you're doing you're not going to give a lot of attention or put a lot of time and effort into it and I really like what I do and I wanNa make sure that I am giving my customers the best advice I can give them an and I hope that at the end of the day the solution giving them mm-hmm is GonNa fall on my favor but I do want to make sure that I'm making their life easier so it is only benefiting me to make sure that I understand what's going on in the industry the best no I'm definitely not but I I try to you know Google search or ask questions or just you know the other day I it was re watching a documentary on on I think it was on Netflix just about the different innovative technology. That's coming out on. I forget the name of it but it was talking about some of the. 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"barham" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"barham" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"On. We were having the dog compensation because edgy are deliberating. Yes. Sarah's been recommending Barham. I don't dot com. Yes. Going on, now too great website. It's fit ten dip of dogs. This is just people who don't want to pay for dog walkers. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. And it's people love dogs so much. But can't have them for whatever reason that they're sat enough to look after doc for free, but is it difficult? Give the dog back. Yeah. It's quite sad. Mentioned sorry. Bringing up the sadness of having to give the dogs back, Sarah before we ask you about your ideas, you have a new show that you take up to Edinburgh old was thinking about this year. It's cold Pacific. I didn't know what it was going to be about. And it's not really about anything specific and my dad hates it. When people say Pacific instead of specific and Dame to my show to annoy. My father, my show is kind of 'bout strength and masculinity, and how I like to think big, strong boys for not on the small woman. For my real valley. We interested in about masculinity. Another verse consider beckstrom boys. Chauffeur man who doesn't feel strong enough? So you with Sarah have, I think that should be dedicated centers across the UK in every single city, the adjust for joy joy centers, joy centers, and they have different rooms. So they'll be like a poppy room, or like a quiet room or a room where like you somebody can be assigned to you. And they just agree with everything you say, more like a room where you can sit in eight a novelty comments on the food. You're eating just that, you know, the hall talk just, just nice little rooms. Waking go and feel happy. So that some of them are judgment, free-zone freezer, devoted to the tactile pleasure of putting a puppy, yet, full of popish would wrote rumored. You likeness a judgment fray puppy room would see it may very well especially if nobody judging what I was eating. Yeah. Like a pool room. We took him pull the game over game. Right. That would be a permanent. Yeah, there's exist. Could you don't convert on kitchens into? Maybe that's their semi pool room is out of bounds. I'm getting the sense now you can do it, and I just I don't you know, you can have any room you want. Paul rooms is is you're saying this election legislation to Israel. But what I'm saying is,.

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"barham" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"barham" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"I was asking too many questions. And that's in the album Utah on the L but one hundred percent how he responded and all that of the church, right? You know, like the one thing I can say, for my dad is like, once they started questioning his parenting, and once they started questioning like the fact that I couldn't ask questions, they basically just wanted me to show up. And so once they did that we got pulled from the church and credible man. It was that speaks to where you close with your parents. Yeah. I'm still still in both my parents are still off. And so were you close with them, as I mean, when the knees that feels like a dad who really stood up for his kid, but I'm sure there was tension around my parents are extremely supportive people. They are they don't necessarily understand what it blows my dad's that people pay money to hear me. Talk, basically, give my opinion on things. It flabbergasted him. But they've always been very, they're all my side, whether I'm wrong. Or right. And when we get home in the privacy of her home, they'll, they'll dig into me and be like your fuck up. Like you're messing up, they'll never impulsive. They're, they're a unified front, and they, and they were awesome like in, it was one of those things where I went to a very small school, and they try to teach everything one way. And so a lot of times once you get to the age of eleven twelve th grade, you'd have students who were smarter than your teachers. Yes, just it happened. And so we would start asking questions that the teachers couldn't ask. And so it made a lot of pretty cocky, so we just we talk. We talk down to the teachers. We hear that we get in trouble for it, and my mom always, it's not his fault. I get better. Teachers, it's not his fault. They're not being able to challenge him anymore. And there's more. The kids, they're not being able to challenge. So mom would come in and just mom in her prom was a, a real force of nature, take after her learn ways I get any kind of outgoing extrovert qualities from Asian research. She was a she was like I said, my mom, she's been sick, last few years. But always tell my wife was like if you could met my mom like circa, ninety nine mama. It was hellfire but you, you do not cross that woman. She was just she was scary, like really scary. But like in, in, like now, looking back like in the best possible ways. And so you start to say if we got off on the church things, churches important, some music church music, music. Start your your athlete and you're doing the stuff. Weird is rock and roll takeover, Robert again to take us. It didn't start happening for me. I started writing really shady poetry freshman college NC state university. So that's, that's where my love of used to pull for the winning teams they used to pull for. Like Carolina UNC. And then when I went to state all allegiance off. It was, you know, you dance with the brought you, you know, if you're going to state, I'm a, I'm a lifelong good or bad, mostly bad forever. State fan. When I got the state, I was starting to always been fascinated by words of always been fascinated by how words together, and how they can make certain strings of words can make people feel different emotions. And so I started attempting what would be shitty poetry this point. But like they were songs, and then a buddy amount played guitar. And so he'd play guitar not saying the songs just horrible, horrible. What were you listening to then the? Man, I'd say eighteen or nineteen year old may was just getting turn on, like indie rock, or what would be considered in Iraq. So I started falling in love with when I turned sixteen I lived in reads Ville, the nearest town that had a record stores, Greensboro, North Carolina right around Winston Salem area, and so they had turtles music, which is an independent record store..

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"barham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's a humanitarian crisis here, but it's a band-aid on top of a fundamentally broken immigration system, and broken cooperation by frankly. Countries involved, south of defending measure is passed a committee, but still needs to pass the Senate and house and the Orange County Fire has decided to roll back its recent choice to encrypt radio. Traffic people who monitor scanners online say encrypting the radios hurts public safety, OC FAA says the decision to encrypt the radios was made in two thousand sixteen for safety reasons and had just taken effect this week, critics of the encryption say while first responders are on the ground. Trying to handle an emergency in real time, journalists, retired firefighters weather experts and more. Depend on the scanner traffic to inform the public FAT Bryant finished. He says he's directed staff to immediately start reversing the crypt radios. He says his decision provides for safety of firefighters, and the public in Orange County. Corporate Carson KFI news. Clearing a crash on the two ten was Glendora on the to ten westbound just before grand, the wreck has moved to the right shoulder. So you still see some activity, there a little bit busy for your from sunflower through that stretch. KFI in the sky sponsored by injury. Attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com will. Kohlschreiber some of your four zero five commute getting out of the valley, not a terrible drive this morning. Southbound side of the four or five is going to be a bit slow from Sherman way on down past the one to one and some slow go spots up this pass through Sunset Boulevard. Southbound side of the one seventy looks to be slow from just before Burbank boulevard on down through Barham, there in the choline pass. It looks like as far as the canyon routes Coldwater canyon not moving so well they're getting away from Ventura boulevard. Looks like laurel is doing a little bit better injured in the maximum. Visit superwoman super lawyer dot com will Kohlschreiber KFI in the sky if I in the sky helps get you there faster robbing banks dodgers. Stay off giants rally late in the game to take the series closer by score of nine to eight boys and blue. Now, get the Colorado Rockies excess water. Bueller.

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Kamala Harris calls Mueller press conference 'an impeachment referral'

All Things Considered

01:04 min | 2 years ago

Kamala Harris calls Mueller press conference 'an impeachment referral'

"California. US Senator Kamala, Harris says today's public statement by special counsel, Robert Muller is all the more reason to impeach President Trump. The democratic presidential hopeful has previously called for Trump's impeachment and Harris says, Moore made it clear today that he's referring the findings of his Russia investigation to the house of representatives for possible prosecution show, also says or told MSNBC, the only reason Muller, did not file obstruction of Justice charges against Trump is because of a department of Justice legal opinion that a sitting president cannot be indicted, the special counsel, did not return an indictment because of that memo in other words, but for that memo. I believe the affair inference from what we heard from Bob Mueller is that there would have been indictments return against this president? Well, Harris says we also learned today, that attorney general William bar is led the American people about a conversation he had with Muller on that topic. She says Barham made it sound like Muller himself said he failed to indict Trump due to a lack of evidence, not because of Justice department policies about indicting a

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Dems demand full Mueller report be released

Sean Hannity

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Dems demand full Mueller report be released

"Packer. President Trump talking to supporters in Grand Rapids, Michigan right now bow conclusion and special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia report after three years of lies and smears and slander the Russia hoax is finally dead. Democratic lawmakers pressing to see the entire Muller report. They say the four page summary from the attorney general is not enough. No one outside. The Justice department has actually seen special counsel's report. But today, we learned that it's long more than three hundred pages long and all we've seen a bit as a four page summary by attorney general Bill Barham who says Muller cleared, the president on collusion with Russia, but could not reach a determination on whether Trump obstructed Justice. So bar tackled. That himself declaring there was not enough evidence to charge Trump with a crime Democrats aren't taking his

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Graham says Barr committed to letting Mueller probe continue

All Things Considered

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Graham says Barr committed to letting Mueller probe continue

"Just as deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is preparing to exit to talk through the changes at Justice and what they mean for the Russia investigation. NPR's Terry Johnson's here in the studio with us. I carry hey are what kind of reception did. William forget from senators today, mostly a warm one Bill Barr met with Republican lawmakers, including Lindsey Graham, the incoming chairman of the judiciary committee, Lindsay Graham told reporters he asked bar a lot of questions about the Russia investigation in the man leading it special counsel, Robert Muller bar and Muller are apparently good friends. Miller attended the weddings of bars. Children and Lindsey Graham says bar told him Muller is not on a witch hunt bar said he would make sure Muller can finish the job. And according to Graham bar also said he would quote, lean on the side of transparency. In terms of releasing any public report that Muller prepares all this new information, maybe coming out now to make bars nomination more attractive to democrat. Okay. So it's clear what the central tension point in this confirmation fight will be given that the Justice department is changing leaders in the middle of this contentious investigation, while his confirmation really be that easy. You know, there are a few complicating factors here. Whether or not these guys socialize with each other bar has been critical of some parts of this Russia probe. Democrats have been asking Bill barter recuse himself from overseeing it that's because he wrote a memo last year to the Justice department arguing that obstruction of Justice should be out of bounds. When it comes to Trump's firing a former FBI director, Jim Komi in that memo. Bill Barham, essentially said the firing was within the president's power not a crime, but bar has not agreed to recuse himself. In fact, it's hard to imagine why he would do that. And take this job. Remember, President Trump had a vendetta against the guy who used to be attorney general Jeff Sessions for recusing himself and leaving the. Russia probe in the hands of the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, and there is news about rod Rosenstein future. Today, Tulsa latest there. NPR's confirmed Rosenstein plans to leave the Justice department sometime after Bill bar is confirmed by that time Rosenstein will open on the job nearly two years. That's a long tenure for a deputy AG. It's probably the hardest job in the department in normal times. These are not normal times. I'm told Rosen signs leaving on his own terms. He's not being post, even though the writing's kind of been on the wall since the New York Times reported last year at one point he had discussed wiring, President Trump Rosenstein sides he was being sarcastic. They never went ahead with that idea as long as you're in the studio, I want to ask you about a development in the case against President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, this looks like some self inflicted damage

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Experts are understandably worried that stock prices have run too far too fast which may have worried some individual investors what are you have to say about that it's definitely human nature to want to predict the future and there's so many financial shows and numerous experts it base their business on guessing the market basically my opinion that most of these predictions are little practical value to a money manager or two individuals primarily because tomorrow there's another opinion under moshe market and economic conditions we find there's usually investments to be made or to hold historically the valuations on a lot of the popular stocks are definitely high by most measures but also us treasury ten year bonds and treasuries historical low rates so we've got a under which ways the best way to go most of the high priced issues are also exhibiting rapid worldwide growth till this is where the majority of attention has been focused right now in the market that's not saying that many of these aren't only worth their price but for instance the fangs in these types of stocks that are really running and really collecting a lot of cash right now and leading the index is for sure but there's gonna be a lot of volatility and drops along the way so at orca investment management we love getting into growth stocks early but we approach fastgrowth issues that these high multiples with a lot of caution so here sound research is always paramount while our tape is still positive and we're keeping a close watch on the economy and market performance or any changes in the sentimental or in performance of the issues listeners for a free forty five minute portfolio review call and ask bill barham at five zero three five eighty to ninety five hundred blue barham senior vice president senior portfolio manager at orca investment manager llc.

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To say about that it definitely human nature to want to predict the future in there's so many financial silken numerous expert hit base hit business on getting the market basically my opinion that most of these predictions are of little practical value to of moneymanager or to individuals primarily because tomorrow there's another repeating under most market and economic conditions we find that are usually investments to be made or to hold historically the valuations on a lot of popular stocks or death only high by most measures but also us treasury 10year bonds and treasuries erred historical low rates so we've got to consider which ways the best way to go most of the highpriced issues are also exhibited in rapid worldwide growth to this is where the majority of the attention spin focused right now in the market that's not saying that many of these are all move the worth their price footprint since the fangs in these type of stocks that are really running and regain collecting a lot of cash right now and third leading the index is for sure that there could be a lot of volatility and drops along the way so at orchid investment management we love getting into growth stocks early but we approach fast growth issues that these high multiples with a lot of caution so here sound research is always paramount all our takers still positive at were keeping close watch on the economy and merka performance or any changes in this sentiment or in performance of the issues listeners for a free 45minute portfolio review call and ask bill barham at 503 5e to ninety five hundred pu barham is senior vice president senior portfolio manager at orchid investment management llc.

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And ask bill barham at 503 five to ninety five hundred mubarak is senior vice president senior portfolio manager at orca investment management llc a back live out across the us and around the world you're listening to run said gee today and i'll just tummy i guest before he went on the air that a couple of weeks ago we had one of her costars on a tv show that is doing very very well called superstore his name was ben feldman and day he is part of the cloud nine staff africa now we bring another part of that staff in with this comedy that i think is so appropriate it should have happened a long time ago it was a no brainer think about it playing the role of dna laura ashley high learn how are you i'm greg how are you good this is a great show notes it's thursday nights at eight o'clock but you're on a little bit of a hiatus because of the olympics i understand that's right we've got a few weeks off our back in march 1st with all new episodes that i've been getting rid of really important high it had a chance to catch up it gets away from them or they like to deliver theoretical could bring get the phone time for i really think that a good time over the next few weeks when you're not sharing on the armed and take a break get caught up on superstore because once they come back march for a lot of crazy stuff company so i think people need to be caught up by them at school now you know i mentioned the introduction i don't know why something like this has been done before now of course some of the originators of the show or from the office a justin spitzer jonathan green gave miller and that was an environment that we never thought of before and it's you know like they said before no brainer but superstar is good the reason i like this is because not only do people working superstores can relate to it but.

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"barham" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"barham" Discussed on talkRADIO

"And you wanted to talk a little bit about the credits is a byron yes i was reading that off off half filled with a way for baron okay the the properly did expand a little bit too much almond into a barroom recently drank timber friend of mine and it was absolutely fantastic was he could you see it because i find that that there are better places to get better bogus i mean isn't it's not bad and it's easy the thing is they will kind of the first move with so when they came in everybody went all this is good and it wants good but what they didn't do with it didn't kind of adapting to their brand all the experience as other people came in so you had told me as you got 5 guys you've got dirty bogey got all these other things which have come in and sort of taken over and i guess that's a great lesson of business which is if you are the first mover you've gotta keep innovating and developing your brand otherwise you're going to end up as we are going to be like that but better and then other somebody comes in and does it matter yummy the whole sector became became absolutely massive and at a time when barham would distracted put the issues with the stuff so i think there i may have been taken off the ball and those they're paying for the consequences now and this is an important that start off i mean you talked about so the experience of a how'd you how'd you run a great sort of business and it's it's the people it's not just the people who come in as you accounts in your your your customers it's the people who you have as your staff they set the time they set the couch well you know the the visit that i paid to borrow on the food was okay you know it was it was it was a good burger in a good milkshake whatever it was that i had but it was the people who were absolutely fantastic just career absolutely spoton it's a.

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To say about that it's definitely human nature to want to predict the future in there's so many financial shows and numerous experts it base their business on getting the market basically my opinion that most of these predictions are of little practical value to of moneymanager or to individuals primarily because tomorrow there's another opinion under most market in the economic conditions we find there's usually investments to be made or to hold historically the valuations on a lot of the popular stocks are definitely high by most measures but also us treasury 10year bonds sin and treasuries heard historical low rates so we've got to consider which ways the best way to go most of the highpriced issues are also exhibiting rapid worldwide growth to this is where the majority of the attention been focused right now in the market that's not saying that many of these aren't oh movie worth their price but for instance the fangs in these type of stocks that are really running and really collecting a lot of cash right now and their leading the index is for sure but there are so that can be a lot of volatility and drops along the way so at orchid investment management we love getting into growth stocks early but we uh approach fast growth issues at these high multiples with a lot of caution so here sound research is always paramount or takers still positive and we're keeping a close watch on the economy and market performance or any changes in this sentiment or in performance of the issues listen for a free 45minute portfolio review call ask bill barham at bible three five eight to ninety five hundred bill barham is senior vice president senior portfolio.

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To say about that it's definitely human nature to want to predict the future in there's so many financial shilton numerous expert base hit business on getting the market basically my opinion that both of these predictions are of little practical value to of moneymanager or to individuals primarily because tomorrow there's another opinion under moshe market and economic conditions we find there's usually investments to be made or to hold historically the valuations on a lot of the popular stocks are definitely high i i most measures but also us treasury 10year bonds and treasuries erred historical low rates so we've got to consider which ways the best way to go most of the highpriced issues are also exhibiting rapid worldwide growth til this is where the majority of the tensions been focused right now in the market that's not saying that many of these aren't all movie worth their price footprint since the fangs in these type of stocks that are really running and really collecting a lot of cash right now and third leading the index is for sure but there are so that can be a lot of volatility and drops along the way so at orchid investment management we'd love getting into growth stocks early but we uh approach fast growth issues at these high multiples with a lot of caution so here sound research is always paramount or takers still positive and were keeping a close watch on the economy and market performance or any changes in the sentiment or and performance of the issues listeners for a free 45minute portfolio review call and ask bill barham at 503 five eight to ninety five hundred bill barham is senior vice president senior portfolio manager at orca investment management llc live nationwide and around.

bill barham senior vice president senior portfolio manager orca investment management llc 45minute 10year
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WMEX 1510 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"barham" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To ask built barham bill barham is senior vice president senior portfolio manager of orca investment management llc bill and recent comments we've heard the saying that it the strongest bull market cycles so far in the last hundred years as investors entering a different time are we looking at what the catalyst is the main one net a lot of people who go he's pretty will acknowledge that the it's the unprecedented creation of bit by the world's central banks not to mention just world did in overall but the central banks in the aggregate their balance sheets have grown dramatically the largest six central banks in the world now how have bela sheets that total about eighteen trillion dollars and list is basically the swiss be english japanese chinese than the european union plus the us federal reserve they have about a four and a half trillion dollar balance sheet just alone all this liquidity this been created which buying dead out of the markets by the central banks to keep interest rates down an end jennifer economies whose found its way into the stock and bond market in its undoubtably added to the market's price increase we've been seeing at you see that going forward well the united states talking about possibly slowing down by raising interest rates by lien also oh i believe i read where they're talking about not reinvesting leader abdul interest payments sentences they're talking about slowly may be reducing their balance sheet but not very much in practice yet for sure and i don't think the europeans have slowed down much hudaya either no of course with listeners have any comments questions or would like and permission on changes in.

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To ask bill barham bill borrow ms senior vice president at senior portfolio manager of orca investment management llc bill in recent comments we've heard the saying that the strongest bull market cycle so far in the last hundred years as investors entering a different time are we looking at what the cat the list is who main one note a lotta people who go pretty will acknowledge that the it's the unprecedented creation of bit by the world's central banks not to mention just world in overall but the central banks in the aggregate through their balance sheets have grown dramatically the largest six central bank could in the world now have bailed total about eighteen trillion dollars and little this is basically use with being greece japanesechinese soon the european union plus the us federal reserve they have about a four and a half trillion dollar balance sheet deuce alone all the liquidity this been created which buying did it out of the moro could by the central banks to keep interest rates down in jennifer economy who found its way into the stock and bond market could in its undoubtably editor the market price increase we've been at you see that going forward well the united states was talking about possibly slowing down by raising interest rates by lien also i believe i redwood are they're talking about no reinvesting absolute interest payments soon that they're talking about slowly maybe reducing their balance sheet but not very much in practice yet for sure and i don't think we europeans have slowed down much at all you either no of course with listeners have any club and it's a.

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"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"barham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"It's time now to ask bill barham bill barham is senior vice president at senior port foil manager of orca investment management llc bill recent comments we've heard the saying that it the strongest bull market cycle so far in the last hundred years as a besters entering a different time are we looking at what the catalyst is the main one note a lotta people go pretty will acknowledge that the it's the unprecedented create in a bit by the world's central banks not to mention just world dead in overall but the central banks in aggregate their balance sheets have grown dramatically the largest hick central banks in the world now have valid sheets that total about eighteen trillion dollars and little this is basically the swiss the english japanese chinese than the european union plus the us federal reserve they have about four and a half trillion dollar balance sheet just alone all this liquidity this been created which buying data out of the markets by the central banks to keep interest rates down and jazar economies has found its way into the stock and bond market in it undoubtably added to the market's price increase that we've been seeing at you see that going forward well the united states talking about possibly slowing down by raising interest rates lien also i believe i read where they're talking about not reinvesting their actual interest payments and they're talking about slow the maybe reducing their balance sheet but not very much in practice yet for sure and i don't think the europeans have slowed down much at all you either no of course with listeners have any comment questions or blood like information on changes in.

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