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"bassa" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"bassa" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Their pro plan. Let me. I'm going to read one here tom. It's really relevant mason. Bassa he says. My work directly enables other businesses to stay online and do their work. And i didn't fully realize i was on essential worker until the pandemic i was unable to provide are if i was able to. Provide our services. The trickle down effect would have affected thousands of individuals related to dozens of industries. So i asked him what does he do. He says i'm the coo at a managed service provider of it. We keep the it infrastructure working internet servers computers phones etc for small to medium size businesses industries ranging from dentists doctors lawyers and cpa's to a dairy farm country club landscapers charter school several several others. Well i appreciate that. And i believe it was your dad. Zig ziglar tom and if you know if you re recognize me no but somebody told a story of somebody in a similar situation and it was kind of an i know it was. It was a refrigeration. The guys looking at go we do. We do refrigeration stuff. How is that worthier honorable. Do you know the story. Yeah that was one. My coaching calls was tell me. Okay you speak it then go. I was telling him About how valuable. His his team members are and what they did and he said. Gosh i wish my i wish. My technicians knew that their business was was refrigeration systems for hospitals and food manufacturing and a lot of chemicals a lot of requirements. A lot of regulation. So it's a pretty intense job because you screw it up. It's bad and i go. I said allen. Are you kidding me. They don't. they don't know the value their job because no they'd just thank your technicians. And i said well what happens if they go into a hospital and they work on the refrigeration it fails because well i guess they could lose their blood supply and a lot of medication. I go yeah. Their their job lives depend on what they do. And i said you guys work on food manufacturing plants line assemblies and things like that. He said yeah. I said well if the refrigeration goes down to they shut down. The food is simply line. He said yeah they have to. I said well. What do they do with all those hourly workers do they pay him for sitting around they send them home without pay and he goes they send them home without pay and i said so your your guys doing a good job is the difference between somebody who works there having enough money for christmas or not. I mean if you're in that type of work environment and you miss a few days pay because the line goes down. Then you're not making a payment you know you're you're not buying toys your someone's big and so that's mindset shift of. Hey what i do doesn't matter to hate. Christmas depends on what i do. Dat is an an energy shift of how i'm gonna do life. What i'm gonna do the other thing i wanted to kind of bring into. This conversation is You know people. People confuse passion with skill. And you'll see people who were like and they've just got this amazing skill something but then they get this passion for like i'll call it the rabbit trail right. That's just wrap and they're not good at it. And so where's the balance between following your passion and doing what you're doing legos gifted to do and that's a that's a tricky one so i always. I rely on what gifts and talents to create. Did god give me. Because it doesn't matter what i do if i can Access those gifts and talents. Then i can step into a new passion or the passion. That's all my heart and that was the painter example. Yeah it wasn't just that he didn't have a passion for what he was doing. It was primarily because he wasn't using the gifts and talents that god had given him in. Thank god gives us gifts and talents for reason. I i absolutely. I wanna hit on that passion though. Tom and we can make do a whole show on just that. It's such a common topic. I know incredible people that i respect and revere accomplished people who are gung ho on the work at your passion things and others who take a view and go. No you just do work. That takes care of you. Takes care of people. Don't get waylaid by thinking has to be fun so lots of debates around that. I think it's to me pretty irrefutable. That having a use whatever word an inspiration ajoy in what you do pays more and help people more. I feel like that's fairly irrefutable. You're only going to help things by really appreciating what you do but to what you said i do feel like we often fall into this errant perspective that there's one thing i have one calling. I have one passion one penultimate thing that i'm supposed to go out there and discover and do that and tom. I say that acutely because my kids have struggled with that. And i've had to talk them off the ledge of that somewhat of saint first off kid. You're twenty you don't know what your ultimate passion is. And i'm so sorry that i have upheld that so much that they they feel so. It's such a daunting thought to figure out. Oh my gosh. What am i supposed to do. What is my call it and say go out there and just try stuff right now. Try stuff and find that now. That's one part part though is that you probably hopefully had multiple passions however defining things that you really enjoy that really bring you life that really inspire you and for me. I have a list. This communicate in his one. Communicating a positive uplifting. Hopefully transformational message. I have always been drawn to that. I like reading it. I like writing like here. Podcast in it. I like doing that. I would put that as passion if i was. You know locked away in a jail cell or something like that. I want to write man. Just give me something to write hopefully to read but just just a write my thoughts and ideas and ponderings. I really like doing that. I also. I love my mountain bike and trail running. I probably get the most just pure thrill of joy. Play happy joy out on a trail out in the woods. But even doing those things where i'm at speed and adrenaline and what i mean it's just pure out joy. I love working with wood natural. Would we have trees on our property. We cut them down. I have a wood mill..

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"bassa" Discussed on Bit Storm

Bit Storm

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"bassa" Discussed on Bit Storm

"Watson e yeah i think that's i mean that's often the perspective that you get on a show story because i think it makes most sense to sort of see it from the more reliable person although the games the show games always have you which i don't get because all all the books are pretty much written from the perspective of of you know there is eve. John wrote the monday mostly. Like what's in writing. Yeah which to me so much. More sense because chile is just not. You can't be like someone that smart. You got to work with someone he as well. It's i mean it's hard to play that character because the to'smart to actually be kind of effectively played so look we have an opportunity. We have an opportunity here to to name these characters character. What is this. Who are the shilla times in the john watson of the outback. All regional australia woman's go to the basil dolls. That was what it was in my head. bassa clarkston. Yep that that's you john watson character. I think you play basil a clocks in who who is working for and sort of friends with the very clever crime selva of sheila. I'm looking sheila caravan. This sheila jacker chile january. There we go. I was thinking of homes house somewhere else that you know i did. I did i. Did maybe try to go for. A seamless sanding. I couldn't take sheila jacket. Or yeah. I love and embezzled clocks his trusty sidekick so what sort of grind. She's living. what does she is. She interested in that she's gonna decide to because yes the is it the ifa or is it just like the low level like local police a lot. The idea that it's sort of like the afc of coming to help the local police like writing series of grizzly motors. Con of the You know wolf creek. You know some of ivan mellat so these tourists have been going missing I think that rock for for someone really smart to come in and analyze the scenes and every allies that it the normal sort of serial killer that going up against this. This person's very smart. They're covering their tracks the Well i mean she has to have a yet. Does that come through in this first. Big case i think it's one of the things that you know. We we keep humour yachties of behind the scenes. All is yeah. Yeah three full cases down you realize. It's all connected. Yep yep love it love it. So i sorta classic like the arms race and show. Thanks good i. I haven't played a lot of them. But from what i've played i replied played a little bit of like devil's daughter or something. And then today the most of one of the other ones actually on maybe on books. Yeah i was. I was close to studying. Went up a lot of crimes and punishments the two thousand fourteen one. I think i've played some of that on on..

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"bassa" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

Verbal Outpost

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"bassa" Discussed on Verbal Outpost

"Odor. The woman can is going to be ten years younger than him. Exactly says reason number one reason number two is that men are Says mason is indian. Subcontinent coach is About maturity is that women mature faster than men so thirty man will be as mature as the twenty year. Make that what you wanna say. Need more kids. I mean that's one of the things i was thinking about when it comes to marriage at all i mean there's a culture cultures Maybe we've experienced ourselves as well. That comes up during marriage way. You didn't even think it was a thing but now suddenly these elders are coming into the picture and there are no. You have to do it this way. You have to have this and you have to especially having a big lavish weddings. That's i think. Bassa major cultural thing and people are taking out loans and whatnot just to pay for these massive weddings. And you know you're going into marriage but some debt like why. Why would you. But it's doing it for appearances. Unfortunately you know. There's nothing wrong with having just a simple nikko in mustard with a few people around. And just that's it. It doesn't have to be a massive lavish where we shouldn't be making it difficult for people. But that's when he's bottle. We'll almost a status thing. Isn't it if you don't have a big wedding status visual wealth the power associated with guys as well like oh. They have to get married after this thirty after they have a. They have a car after they have the house. You know it's like yeah. Let's just put all these restrictions in place before someone can get married while in between the slightest struggling you know is not especially in this country not being married having someone with you so if someone is able to me should make it easy for them If they've got on scene as well where the older brother has to get married. I for the younger brother. So i mean there's a whole bunch of stuff we can go into and maybe we can discuss it in another episode in aleppo which we've run out of time so i hope even listening. Please feel free to send us an email leaves a comment and that's outburst outlook dot com any. Shallow we'll catch you next week on next week's episode. Luckily here for listening..

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"bassa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"bassa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"bassa" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

Espa?ol con Juan

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"bassa" Discussed on Espa?ol con Juan

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"bassa" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

Punchline with Alex Calleja!

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"bassa" Discussed on Punchline with Alex Calleja!

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"bassa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"bassa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As you're writing the book. What were the biggest obstacles it that you face throughout the entire process? I mean, so few. We don't have enough writers in the community. Not enough people telling the story and selling these kinds of stories in general, but I'm curious as to what were the biggest obstacles. I think I see the first one is to genuinely like gain people's trust. And in a genuine way, I think part of part of what makes this job hard in. This is just a good exercise for myself is is making people feel like they're like their stories are not being exploited, right? And I think that's important and there's never like a guarantee. Obviously, you know you do your job and I try and do justice. But I do feel like you just have to get you can't just go in and out of these places. Now you have to truly gain people's trust. And I think I had to work for that in every state and every receipt that I wanted, and I found that a lot in the Central Valley. Rightly so. Where I remember. You know, at the end, people would be first of all people would be like, Why are you here? No, I was like, Why are you even in the Central Valley? Which it says a lot And then, like, sure, like you'll come back like, Yeah, right. No. And so again. You want to make sure that once this is out there that it lives beyond these pages on that people that it's you don't forget about them. So I'd say I'd say the trust isn't is important. It was important to to gain access then. I think just like There's so much like I come out of this trip, and I'm like there's just I missed so much right. There's so many places that I didn't go to so many more stories. So many more nuances that I can't fit in. And so how do you pick and choose? Know? That was hard. So Yeah, I'd say I'd say those those two things were where the hardest and then you know, just making sure that you're making people proud of that when they read that when they read it truly does justice to their words. Have you run into any of them? Since I keep in touch with a lot of them, and I mean Cove it has, as I said, like My dream. My true dream was to like, Go back, go back to all of these cities. That's what I really wanted to do. Hopefully and perhaps in a postcode world, I get to do that. But my real my real dream was to visit all of these places and, like do do these talks in person with them. Let's update two today, as you think about now, everyone that you talked to in terms of in sort of the voting world was those conversations, even a discussion where their specific issues That you were hearing about. His people were telling their stories. I mean, if you think back now, what would you have told them? Or what do you think the key issues that would have resonated as you traveled across talking toe all these different communities? So I think that the issues honestly there. I don't think they're not like rocket science to me. No. And it Z. I think people we You are pretty in tune with what they are. No racial justice always comes out. Now Feeling equal, You know, health care always comes up. Climate change comes up constantly in in in Florida in the Central Valley, like environmental racism comes up so You know, people always ask a question. Like what? What are what are the issues that Latinos care about? And to me? What I found was more not so much that but like a true genuine desire of feeling like you belong, right it even among the young Latinos 70% of young Latinas are you is like the 80% of young Latinos are U S born like this is like they're born in this country. They are U s citizens, but that always Had coming up of like feeling all the rise in their own within their own citizenship. And so how do you resolve that? I think it goes back to over talking about it comes it comes back to like making sure people feel like they're at the table. No, and I think that's that's a different strategy. No, I think you start from the beginning. You pull them in from the beginning, you ask the questions from the beginning of these campaigns. I don't really think you saw that with a policy issue around that you saw that with immigration, but you saw that by by tapping into that belong in by like embracing them from the start. Did you have any conversations? I'm so curious because I think in some ways, right when Trump came down the escalator, calling Mexicans, rapists and criminals and had quite a bit of negative language about the next community. Did anyone talk about that the politics of that cause When you wrote this book, we weren't where we are right now today. Wasn't a topic of conversation or really wasn't just arm's distance. Very removed. That was the undertone of of everything. No. When I say the feeling of belonging I think that's been accentuated under Trump. I mean you. Yeah, you couldn't you couldn't escape it. I remember being at the border right during zero tolerance. That was that was a topic of conversation. I was there also again. During in Bassa. Obviously Trump's words that inspire Hey, that was a topic of conversation. And I had multiple conversations with young Latinas that had you know different levels of anxiety and depression. They felt the trump effect in their classrooms. Right, like multiple people have told me about the like being in a classroom and feeling Feeling like you were different, No..

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"bassa" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"bassa" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on KTRH

"If they have to if we don't have a financial panic if we don't have a crisis then you know life will just won the central bank security money though proper Bassa prices you'll see all all goes to the outside of that we still have a lot of problems of jobs and unemployment in the United States it's when the panic hits that the response is going to be different the last two times nineteen ninety eight and two thousand eight when everybody wanted to money back the central bank's printed the money and gave it to them the next time everybody's going to want their money back and you're not going to get it in a lock down the system so I'm not saying they're going to do that for fun I'm just saying they're getting ready to do it if they have to to put out the fire in a panic okay well ma'am but I I understand what you're going to have a phone I would think it would be fun in fact I would think would be so much the opposite of flown that there would be world wide variety for people that are gonna be very unhappy about the fact that they're basically just being told by all these different institutions that they have their money and Charlie you don't get it and so what's the game plan of dealing with the world population who is universal a and simultaneously out reach to the Max about basically being told you don't get your money back and this like not gonna happen for a long long time what we were going on doing just declaring global Marshall on they're gonna have to do something Jim because they'll be massive civil unrest yeah great question you're exactly right I also talked about this in my book the road to roll and I call these the money rights you know you had food riots and unfortunately no racial and ethnic rise sometimes time these are going to be the money right it's it's happening in India today you know what I I finished reading this book and last September we send it to the print version of his takes well the print and get boxes get out to the bookstores they came out November fifteenth there was a publication date little design when I finished writing the book that the day it came out money wise would be breaking out in India I predicted that in the in the books but X. as we said earlier they they took two popular forms of money you could think of is the equivalent of a five dollar bill in a ten dollar bill and they said they're illegal that's no longer money well people started losing supermarkets burning down banks you know all the ATMs went offline just to show how stupid it was okay I'll see if that policy but the president knew kind of money see it was kinda like you could bring in a ten and they would give you ten singles right yeah but the singles with the wrong size they didn't the printed them and they didn't fit the eight tails so now we go to go around and rip the guts of every ATM in India that's some messed up to six you're right that that the money what's will break out but then comes the response about by the way I'm of a big supporter the police I'm not anti cop but you know I know she knows the swat teams these guys you know they take steroids I guess she attends the god's kevlar night vision goggles helminths flash bang grenades armored personnel carriers I'm not talking about a hundred first airborne division talking about your local police force they will be deployed in a kind of neo fascist response because believe the only still go down without a fight if this kind of social unrest and money rides don't happen then you just put your money before you know what you mean there's going to come a point where our police in our military realize what's going on this is not what I would call you know looting of bank our war looting a business in burning down some cars because you're ticked off over candidate this is this is gonna be something else I I think that smarter heads will prevail and in some of these police officers will tell their buddies Hey these rioters are doing what we should be doing well George you're right there's a long history that said the immediate response function is yes send out the cops and send out the National Guard and break up the rest of their comes a time when that way you're exactly right now history as many examples of the military the police it was second whose son we on yeah we working for the elite paymaster is are we part of the people and then that as revolutionary potential so we're getting pretty far out there on the scale but you can see these things coming they could have done they could happen and what about Russia where does rushes sit with all this rush is a really interesting case for a couple reasons number one so you know we they invaded Crimea by the way that was a response to you know and my six and CI a were trying to get rid of the pro Russian prime minister now back I was not a nice guy he was a star again and a loser and all that but he was elected prime minister of Ukraine so they came up with a plan to get rid of him and and they did they start of violence in that we just we just have a rise to were rising Kievan demonstrations so he flees for his life right so this looks like a victory for the western NATO well pollutant comes and and he takes Crimea he says it's mine and then he starts interfering in eastern Ukraine and now you crane is effectively divided so we wanted to respond to that we did not one invade you know we have sent in the eighty second airborne and to serve us to pull so we throw on economic sanctions so we think this is kind of non genetic worker but we're back to my working scenario that we we talked about the beginning of the show well putting considers it an act of war which I think is correct when you're strangling some of the consummate that is an act of war he responses cyber warfare suite we got this whole cyber warfare going on with with Russia right now the rush isn't as this is an interesting case for so they know how to do a hardship president Obama and the West Valley city it will show the Russians will it will tell other corporations they cannot refinance their dollar denominated debt in European capital markets and will this general can't go to Jim hill will do all the sanctions of their within that the Russians hunkered down they just say you know test of us give me they they survived the Polian they survive Hitler they've survived a lot worse and their economy still standing too interesting things number one rushes practically debt free most of the rest of the world is drowning in debt Russia has very little sovereign debt relative to this economy and they're buying gold hand over fist they have tripled their gold reserves in the last seven years and even and two thousand fifteen early.

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"bassa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"From shady deals what they actually meant this you can't sit further than sixty inches away research businesses report and this is the John Bassa shows that many chalet intellectual biography also include the romance of cal Coolidge a man born in eighteen seventy two who continues to struggle with speaking at great length until all of a sudden he wakes up and realizes that his brevity and his eloquence perfectly suits the times in Massachusetts in New England at the turn from the century in which there plunged into labor confrontations and wealth problems and also the war in Europe and the Wilson progressives and the teddy Roosevelt progressives it is now February of nineteen sixteen were in Boston and cal Coolidge has been elected lieutenant governor after serving for many years in the Massachusetts Senate as president of the Senate is now lieutenant governor and is being celebrated on Copley plaza by a dinner of Amherst alumni I want to establish the fact that Amherst becomes his touchstone throughout his career what does he make of the Amherst alumni supporting and does he take it for granted is easy amazed by it and does he understand that this is the foundation for the presidency I think you surprised Coolidge did find himself at Amherst Indian through debate and to speaking into a couple of teachers one was Charles Carmen and you know there was easy to find a few key friends almost white Morrow in the end but and the law firm where he worked his first job north Hampton those were Amherst men as well but I think he he knew it's sort of like you you don't know there's this big wave undo that will lift you up in that way until the water comes and suddenly you know you're up or when you're flying you don't feel the wind on to you but then you realize it's lifting you up that's what Amherst was to him so whatever saw was a likely Amherst man and Amherst had pride remember this is western Massachusetts they were not Harvard they thought they were that frontier Harvard dot they were the front your didn't even notice some right still does in Massachusetts a great rivalry where where the east want you most of the time and they said this one might do he seems to be doing well in politics he had a great ability to to win the support of new immigrants and at that time is now the Republican Party doubted its future didn't know because the country was changing there were new immigrants they were voting and while they weren't always voting Republican and maybe the Republican Party was a stodgy old party and was about to die and attending this dinner I note the you very useful Amherst alumni include Charles Whitman the governor of New York and he was a class of eighteen ninety which Coolidge's venture class of eighteen ninety five cool is it this point is not only being entertained as the next governor of Massachusetts for those days had an election every year because they didn't trust them so they wanted to come back next fall to make sure they were spending the money right in doing what we wanted are they not only think of ms governor but there's some names all right stars for example suggesting that he could be the vice president nominee who is Stearns and what does Mr lodge think of their ambition for the vice president of Mr why didn't know a lot of colleges but not this one this was a swamp cooler trick some westerner Ramon let me Henry Cabot lodge was V. dean right there basically the head of the Senate the great senator great opponent of Wilson we've heard about and this little guy from western Massachusetts that the Bostonians like AJ didn't pay much attention to the new Coolidge's at Harvard much more import quotas they were full Rocha snob so the embers men were therefore proud and tossed and fought back in stern's was another Amherst man who happened to be in a family that owned a great department starring cisterns which center which is the centerpiece of commerce in Boston at this time that's right so he took up Coolidge and and you know sometimes when you see people you know he fell under Coolidge's spell which is a spell of brevity and collision usually did what he said to me under promise systematically and delivered slightly more and that had a charm you know you want a piece of legislation you go see many might say I might do it and then he would do it too it is this turns is where we're kind of in love with collision that does happen with politicians and generally you know is this one Republican who managed to get the ethnic vote and that is how could you won the Senate role right he could get the new vote was like oh my god the future of the party is saved if only you know it through this person so it's sort of like Rubio knower cruiser as it is the Republicans are are hoping for the salvation of their party and they worshipped the people who give them that possibility so crews had that glow about him all the sudden because because he was kind because he very much about the small people and visited them and stood on their level and listen to them he did to get the vote of newcomers and that's very very exciting the fall of nineteen sixteen the he's reelected Ural reelected every year McCall is the governor at this time he's a Republican as well the war in Europe suddenly collapse suddenly crashes on to America when will send responding to a German submarine warfare and provocations moves to declare war in April of nineteen seventeen and the preparedness theme that it dominated Republican politics these last years suddenly becomes the Yankee division how did Wilson do with the war did he think that the war in Europe was needed necessary for the US to go about it will mean cooler to I think the Republican position was were darned if we're going to bridge will be the loyal opposition were darned if we're going to portray Wilson in the way that the copper you know the copperheads big trade Lincoln by the by not being sufficiently loyal in the conflict he thought much of Lincoln collision this period and I'm going to support he said to himself the president on this and this was it a big division not everyone wanted a war in Europe which we participated with the war in Europe was horrible we knew what was happening to the to the British to the English boys at the front and it was kind of it as now a like Iraq or a division point for people at like the Vietnam War a generational tension didn't people did not get over they stopped speaking to one another over this issue include was definitely on the side of support and he was eager to show an early that beach would support that's federalism not just Washington will do this let's on the money but let's do it now from our level from from the state level two is that's interesting too if you know that we're going to war than at least let us do it from the state each state send its division or its group rather than be overwhelmed by Washington and hence the Yankee division the book is Coolidge amity slices the author she is the author of the previous the forgotten man this is a this is before the forgotten man were preparing for the bad days and when we come back Coolidge and the Boston police strike of nineteen nineteen I'm John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor show.

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"bassa" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"All right so so <hes> let's suppose we have <hes> we have in the twenty visits owners in a room and they are. They're not involved with P._R.. Right what what would be valuable to for them if they were GONNA spend in three to four hours with you what would be valuable thing for them to you know what can you do with them. So the first thing I would say is identifying their expert topics that a contest about the are connected to their brands people focus so much on the product or selling but you need out. What are your expert topics so that would be the first thing the second thing is really crafting your file a lot of people? I don't have a bio and importance now. I think linked N._S.. Helps tremendously improve that but ensuring that you have your by was extremely enforced and then I would also say having creating a target list in working with them to create your dream media lists at now. I really am remote increase that you should start local because here's the thing if your vocal business a lot of me outlets in your local city has an affinity for their phone sound so knowing yourself to start local to figure it out in work together on your messaging will be better than you expecting to go right to national media in to you want people when a Google your needs find you for two years I graciously accepted every offer to me regardless of size to share teach in so value and because of that I reign crying will end. I still get traffic's affects my old website and Bassa value of just saying hey. I'm heather and I love P._R.. Nick half about P._R.. And that's it so figuring out what you WanNa talk about what you WanNa be known for into seeps in free to teach. interspecies will really make you a machine enforcement so I have a client who have <hes> notes about twenty five million dollar company. They are manufacturers. <hes> you know the the the CEO is a very powerful visionary and he is really created a skunkworks for the company. Now he's got a of of atheists in in they do want to become they do want well-known in the country for their advanced engineering what would be valuable for him so for hand route so I think trade publications and it's three publications where buyers are reading investor looking at taught media that cover end myriad smart cities or whatever his products for engineering are really the two areas that I see for him and I think to looking at what events are coming up what he speak on except trust are really high profile to file pieces for him in the last east is looking at universities in getting him together three watcher about engineering at a local university. Okay who's been very very interesting under this has been a wonderful APU experience in the hearing from you know what. What would you like to say to business owners in Orange County at a microphone? It's all yours. Tell them what you'd like them. So here's the thing a you are not deep-sea. Our P._R.. Is Not part of your strategy or business. It's not an option not do it so you need submissive figuring out in doing it. Whether it's you trying it yourself you trying to podcasts or if you want a free discovery all just like talk about what's passable. You have to meet that commitment to yourself because times are changing. You need to make sure P._R.. Need to make sure you have contact your website to is much more product or selling or again. If somebody wanted to talk with you what what would where would you send them. Yes even though to at publicity for good as all Scott up dot dot com or press to me on dot com in Preston Megan. If you really want.

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"bassa" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Accepted every we offer to me regardless of size to share teach in so value and because of that I rank high in Google and I still get traffic affects my old website and Bassa value of just saying hey. I'm heather and I love P._R.. And a half about P._R.. And that's it so figuring out what you WanNa talk about what you WanNa be known for into seeps in free to teach. interspecies will really make you a machine force or so. I have a client who have a notes about twenty five million dollar company. They are manufacturers. It happened. <hes> you know the the the CEO is a very powerful visionary and he is really created a skunkworks for the company nights of of Evia in and they do want to become they do want to become well-known in the country for their advanced engineering what would be valuable for him so for hand route so I think trade publications and it's three publications where buyers are reading investor looking at taught media that cover end myriad smart cities or whatever he's products for engineering are really the two areas that I feed for him and I think to looking at what events are coming up what he speak on except trust are really high profile defiled pieces for him in the last is looking at universities in getting him together three watcher about engineering at a local university. Okay who's been very very interesting under this has been a wonderful to experience in the hearing from you know what. What would you like to say to business owners in Orange County at a microphone? It's all yours. Tell them what you'd like them to do. So here's the thing a you are not to our P._R.. Is Not part of your strategy or business. It's not an option not do it so you need submissive figuring out in doing it. Whether it's trying it yourself you try to podcasts or if you want a free discovery all just like talk about what's passable. You have to meet that commitment to yourself because times are changing..

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"bassa" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on The big d zone

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"bassa" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Before Bassa lawyer frayed tonight extra days rest cannon fodder as your possession home early goal. Get the job done say Steve widely still running about chasing narrow enough delay these well, that's because that's the kind of thing. Can we just keep the ball? And you know, one date went down at one point the foster the L in the second half. But I thought it was an ankle tone resides some of these fruits and that was fine. But every time somebody went to ground this. They can get them off. So no as far as no, no, no walk in winded for Liverpool. Good rest periods on, you know. The han. What's going to happen in tight race? But what the have done here is himself a great opportunity to get decent rest between embossed perfect setup in wasn't it for that trip to the to the new camp on Wednesday, e absolutely I've been think the game was a formality. Everybody knew it. I think even how to still town on their fans knew going to Anfield they that they were just just for the BT. What they really the interesting thing is this season. I think is right. The bottom. Three have not taken a single point in games against the top six. Just a little indication really of how big the gap is between the elite teams in the division and those who are scrapping against relegation. So yeah, Liverpool can have a good rest now head of that Barcelona game, and they can sit back and see what happens to to Manchester City, burn. It was interesting to say that you're in club was trying to mind games and saying well of all the games if you ask me I could pick I wouldn't pick Burnley away earlier. Fighters they might make something so much going back to the old Keegan Ferguson kind of verbal crossfire stuff. We will touch on that game. When we talk about the title rice. First of all, Steve you want to get your thoughts on Wednesday at looking ahead for Liverpool does year, clump you go into that game and set up against. Well, there's no question. They'll play four three three a case of who plays in the middle. I think the lane share Bruno's what that will be very bodies the frontally reveal that. What does he do in the middle of the part though, you know, for me cut on go. Probably the the choice that he seemed to like was was headless album and Milner, but that seems to have changed in the last two months is rotated a lot. We we are being your and cater and show action in not quite sure. Which three I wouldn't Neko and see what she what would she is that I don't think they're going to be as energetic. Getting forward. This Liverpool say that police boss alone will get the ball to the front three and the three will set because you can't afford to Liverpool. Go forward naturally. That's why the end up getting five against Huddersfield because he can't help himself. So that means three in the middle are going have to be very disciplined. Because they cannot afford to get caught to follow the field, otherwise Bacelona and guy called messy with any space. Oh, yeah. Kill you. Most Sala Craik as part of the final one Helton now. Go twenty one he's the top scorer in the primarily again. Apparently he's having a rough. Oh, no. Well, there's nothing. It hasn't always played his looking at some most all of his goals. Take what with what you will. But I get some of the teams in the pre made, you know. So I was looking for going against Brighton. And so out and Huddersfield so, but as I say where you can be used to test against someone this teams, but he's not having a bad season. Of course, he's knows at least scoring wise. He's performance have not always been been great. But listen, I don't want. We'll be ball schools. Again, Huddersfield is the big one for them. This is real big when all of us stop then midfield for wing out safe for being new Henderson went out. Okay. But that's just stopping the daughter could cater. Be maybe from Henderson and went out. In your photo. We're going to say at the new.

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"bassa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It. And it's going to Ricky though to stamkos at center in the middle. And who Jeter all negative fumblitis by both teams in the neutral zone right there. Ruta will deal for Sergeyevna lightning near corner. And at forty left on the first kill circuit. Jeff short, Tyler Johnson escapes. The Senator Johnson crossed the blue line to the right point. He'll work to point right circle. Rate point a pass off escape is doing good job. Getting in the passing lane to Anderson on a counter perform, no out to center ice. He'll smoking in by the lightning Coburn grouts rate and Colbert extract up the right side of cetera. Motoring and he is carrying cross the line right point point. I slap a lot open jokes. Oh, he missed a great. Look Tyler Johnson left circle. Porna- Polat one. Oh, six left in the period. A lot of the left circle a lot pressured ill maneuvre, though to Cobra point Coburn has checked and got tapped out to center ice by Felina minute to go in the period. Right Polat backup mental Johnson. Good pass picked up. I set Jones slip it for Felina with the end of the shift work it in on the lightning that boy. Pull out a great chance. Mr. net is Ryan mcdonagh left wing right side, Girardi off his stick and it deflects out a plan. So it's going to be a decent fees up the lightning forty one point. She seconds left in the first two blue jackets face up. Chris face up beat that a right of Bassa less. Forbid draw. Starting to grip their sticks a little tighter, and they made some by by saying that they made some mistakes that we haven't seen for much of the last two games. But the lighting not been able to capitalize though. You stamkos? Today's stamkos Girardi in front of the lightning right wing podcast to center. They'll turn it in. But it's hammered right back out by art down. The is it goes going to be nice Adelaide to get an offensive zone face. That's what I'm talking about Bill. That's hockey hockey's a game of mistakes but wasn't making plays like that. Oh in games. Two and three momentum. Swings are tremendous in this game. Now Henrique now there's a little bit of a momentum. Swing that is going to lighten face off to the right of Bob Ross king. Stamp goes into Shane on the draw. Stamp does Windsor kucherov left circle shot blocked who Trump Dan left circle shot. Save abroa- sqi long rebound, Shane Shane bus to center ice with twenty seconds left in the period ships in and grabs it not Shane left circle is checked by mcdonagh nicely done. Eric turn a funnel rush here in the first to center. I he steps sweep it for stamkos across the blue line left circle. The point Cherniak shoot blocked again rebound. Mcdonagh four seconds left gonna run out of time here, and I'll just give it away to Savard. Blue blue jackets had to nothing lead to get one bag, and then they had a goal taken away the blue jackets due due to an offside challenged by the lightning through to on Columbus after one Greg coming up.

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"bassa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Reveals her utter ignorance, not just our dismissive attitude towards nine eleven, but the fact that she thinks care was founded in the wake of nine eleven. This reveals a whole lot more about her than quite frankly anything else, she says ever could that she doesn't know what she's talking about. This ignorance is apparently quite widespread very viral exchange this week in a house oversight committee hearing between Representative Thomas Massie Republican out of Massachusetts. Yes. Apparently, those do still exists Republicans out of Bassa -chusetts and former Senator former secretary of state also out of Massachusetts John Carey Carey was before the committee for some reason to talk about climate change with the consensus on parts per million of CO two in the atmosphere. About four six four hundred six today. Okay. Four six are you aware around fifty being level that scientists have said is danger? Okay. Are you aware three hundred fifty s dangerous? Well, are you aware that since mammals have walked the planet? The average has been over thousand parts per million. Yeah. But we weren't working in the planet. It's limit just share with you. Sweet. Were we now know are at no point during the least the past eight hundred thousand years has atmospheric CO tube. And as high as it is today, that's actually. When I was when I was in McMurdo, we couldn't get the south pole because the weather, but I was given a vial of air which said on a cleanest air in the world. It was four zero one point six parts per million. That is fifty parts per million already over. What is the reason you chose eight hundred thousand years ago is because for two hundred million years before that was greater than than it is today, and I'm going to for the record. But there weren't human beings. I mean, there was a different world, folks. We didn't have to get the two thousand parts per million. If we here because there were all kinds of geologic events happening on earth, which spewed geology stop when we got on the planet German. I this is just an honest conversation. Your testimony is hot series. I agree. When you can't when you can't answer the question. That's the best answer. You got. No, actually, he didn't geologic events, particularly volcanic eruptions are responsible for a substantial amount.

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"bassa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"bassa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Do something. It's people talk rotates. What's waiting for you at home that you'd like to see the most after three days in an airport? The wow air flight on the departure board is still listed as on time and the self serve kiosks are still working, but they won't get you anywhere at Logan. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio one person who is in the sky way up in the sky. Nasa, astronaut and McLean, currently she's stationed on the international space station and last night. She took part in the traditional greeting between the ISS children's hospital in providence since two thousand sixteen residents. Police officers and local businesses have participated in these so-called good night lights event. That's when astronauts China Light toward the Hasbro children's hospital at eight thirty PM right before bedtime children's shine lights back in return. And speaking of space, we might have a job for, you know, not going into space. But if you love a long lazy morning in bed. Here's your job Bassa and the European Space Agency or offering nineteen thousand dollars to those who are willing to spend sixty consecutive days lying in bed. The study is looking for twelve men and twelve women to spend two months lying in bed at the German, aerospace centre in Cologne. Researchers say they're aiming to analyze the effects of long space flights on astronauts bodies to destinations like Mars. Participants will also spend a total of nineteen days preparing and recovering from the bed portion of the study of the house is said to be weeks away from voting on a Bill that would protect state legal cannabis businesses for federal intervention congressman Jim McGovern says the house rules committee, which he chairs will look at the bipartisan states act legislation within the next few weeks. If it passes the Senate would exempt state legal marijuana companies from the federal controlled substances act McGovern says he thinks the Bill Willie's Lee passed the committee and the full house, and he has faith it can get through. The senate. Meantime, another cannabis related vote in the house today means the cannabis industry is one step closer to working with banks. Details on that from business reporter Jason Brooks piece of legislation for the cannabis industry is moving through the political pipeline. The House Financial Services committee passed these secure and fair enforcement banking act, which would allow banks to work with illegal cannabis industry. Financial institutions are not currently allowed to work with the cannabis industry, forcing those companies to mostly operate in cash while the Bill easily passed the house committee, and is receiving strong support as it heads for a full house vote. It's receiving less enthusiasm in the Senate. Meantime, the non psychoactive cannabis compound CBD is gone, mainstream and lotions and sprays and now drugstores CBS. Jennifer Brown explains. Green stores in select states will start selling CBD products has all you need to go further than Instagram people. Swear, the ham base. Creams are great for aches and pains. A Walgreens spokesman says they're making an effort to sell a wider range of health and wellness products. CVS also carries CBD's skin-care in seven states back in December President Trump gave the thumbs up for him to be. Farmed on a larger scale giving the cannabis business a major boost. Jennifer Brown's CBS news for now. At least Vermont is the only New England state where Walgreens will sell those products. Smart. Speakers are bringing radio back into the home station forms a home better than. Newsradio. While you cook. While you clean, and whatever you do in between live and local reporting on everything that matters to that place. While you're there 'til your score speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. Breaking story as if you were there for most son hair base, where we just moments ago the questions, you you.

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Internxt (INXT) X Cloud - Decentralized Cloud Storage Service

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

13:45 min | 4 years ago

Internxt (INXT) X Cloud - Decentralized Cloud Storage Service

"I want to explore the world of crypto and blockchain with a company called internet based. The company first appeared on my radar. After I discovered that they are disrupting industries through the use of revolutionary technology. They are creating a range of innovative products and services that strives to substitute those already currently massively adopted. So it was a pretty big brave move. For example, I service ex- cloud is a distributed, highly secure cloud storage service, which is hoping to compete with services such as dropbox, Google or I cloud. And most interesting of all is Fran as France cigar at founder and CEO east to twenty one years old. He's a young entrepreneur who before starting internet's worked to hosting international studies, own web hosting company. He's also part of the next web's t. five hundred which holler at the most talented young entrepreneurs in the digital saying. So book loop and hold on tight. As I beam your is all the way to Spain, so we can speak. We've Fran villa Bassa Gara, founder and CEO of internet. So massive, warm, welcome to the show friend. Can you tell the listeners a little about who you are and what you do? Sure. Yes. I'm Fran. I'm the founder and CEO Vince next next weeklies ovation company and we will talk about it in enough minutes. I guess. But yeah, I'm, I'm twenty one. I love interpenetrate love you technology. Now, when I was researching Yugo is you hooked me in with your Tagoloan technologies to enhance life into next is transforming the way people live through revolutionary technology. So you hope me straight away with that tackle on. But I mean, can you just set the scene and paint a picture for listeners and help them visualize exactly what kind of problems do you actually solve x. cloud is, yes. So internet, these any no company. And we strive to do many different things that took to revolutionize different in the different industries. So right now we're doing that in the car industry and office product is called x. explode and that's a decentralized more security perversion of I cloud on Google Drive. So right now we are disrupting the car in this really said about in the future. We strive to do the same thing in other industries, so kind of what I'm Joan apple are doing. So they're not also, for example, Amazonas only online shoulder, you know, you know innovating in many other industries as well. So. What always five to next. So I've got to ask as well, where does the next token into all this? How does that work. Yeah. So the token dean, thanks so can. So how it works is we've x. cloud, our first product people by by the service is doing tokens or in dollars and either biting tokens, these gets paid hosts. So people hosting the files are the ones getting painting tokens. I think they biting dollars what we always those dollars. We buy tokens. So virtually especially the same as if they were paying told lake integrion's directly. But we don't want to force people to pay tokens because he may be I, if you want to try must adoption, I think in a people may not use it because of that. So so, yeah. So basically either directly or indirectly people paying tokens and with those though because we pay hosts and that's how it took advice works. So when I first discovered you guys straightaway, I'm thinking of other disruptive services outlasts which is stores and say, get x. cloud better or different from those solutions, right? Yes. So these two companies, I think they have their targeting different kind of customers. So the target audience is completely different. So if you want to use store j or Siah there, you have to be either developer or feel comfortable with of developer environmentally user experience. I would say so, whereas we getting any kind of customers as we targeting the mass market. So we talk, we in corporations, we targeting startups tolerating. I don't know anyone, basically individuals who who not necessarily need to know how to develop for how to how to code. So yeah. So in terms of marketing, like the two companies are in basically in any marketing, we are focusing in marketing or our efforts are in in marketing an in building, a very beautiful user experience, which is superseded Poland, super beautiful, and I don't know an as good as that of our Google Drive. So yes. So basically we're competing with Google Drive right cloud, not really with stores your sale because of the target audience we have. So how we describe ourselves is basically. A more secure and cheaper version of accountable drive. Thanks. We centralization on encryption, so it really feels into next. He's going after a completely different market segments are always your intention. Yeah, that's right. Yeah. So

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