23 Burst results for "Baya"

"baya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | Last month

"baya" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Part in Bloomberg invest global It's an event that's put on by our Bloomberg live team and it brings together the expertise of the world's largest newsroom With the biggest newsmakers in finance It was an unbelievable lineup There's so much information at Bloomberg dot com on the terminal So I highly recommend that you check it out I actually had the chance to catch up with greyscale CEO Michael son and shine And Sebastian baya his president of one river digital at one river asset management We talked about a lot of things including whether cryptocurrencies should be in institutional portfolios and the volatility in the Bitcoin trade It's not for everybody The same way that every investment opportunity is not something that every investor ends up actioning for their portfolios I think one of the important things that Sebastian brought up that really should be something that viewers and those listening in should take away from this conversation and throughout the entire Bloomberg invested then is just how early it is You are seeing tremendous coverage around cryptocurrency and popular financial media You're seeing the on ramps into the ecosystem to continue to get developed but it really is still early days Bitcoin has only been around for the last ten or 12 years And so one of the important things to remember when we think about institutions is that there are still some legal and operational hiccups when it when it comes to whether or not they can allocate Many of them don't have the legal or operational wherewithal to hold the bare instrument like Bitcoin directly or like Ethereum directly And so what we're starting to see is some of these institutions either leverage investment vehicles that can give them that type of exposure whether that's through grayscale or otherwise or they're actually developing dedicated funds whose documentation and investment mandate actually does allow for that type of exposure So while I would say that it's still early days that is probably the most important takeaway for folks listening to this that it's not somehow when you see price movements that suddenly the wave has been master or somehow crypto has gotten Markets and we've made the largest institutional allocation to Bitcoin and Ethereum when Bitcoin.

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"baya" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"baya" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"I'm cooking the meal for jerry. And i'm like okay. Well it's my but it's not really fair because a i'm a cubs fan and be. If you lose. I have to pay money right over my pocket to make him a to me whatever so. He graciously extended the even. I'm also a cubs fan. You are and the cubs sir. I don't pay any attention. But they also offloaded. Hi your news thing. I don't think they're gonna be oilfield. A team no. They really want but either way. Last year they lost. The white sox had a better record lost all of their best players in the last two days today. Basically they lost basically zo baya's bryant a bryant tried kimbrel came to the white folks. Trevor williams Either way he's got a cook a meal a three course meal for my family like me and my wife chris and his wife on this saturday yes so anyway. I was what i was saying. I've been looking forward to this for so long. Anyway i went and got a kovic shot and now i'm feeling like hammered dog shit. That's awful and i'm worried that i'm not going to be in my full ability to enjoy this tomorrow but i'm thinking i'm hoping to be honest. That one hundred percent. Why didn't get the vaccine. You did get acceded you. Yeah but i didn't get it recently. So that i could enjoy it. Yeah okay you planned way ahead way ahead. I was well planned and to be fair. That's the reason. I put it off so long. Because it's just my busy season kinda just ended and i'm like okay so you decided like i'll ruin a good dinner. I you know. I was at jewel. They give you ten percent off your groceries..

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"baya" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:12 min | 4 months ago

"baya" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"We we get so many calls from cam real. It really is amazing. Do we have a huge following up there. Eight thousand of us so. I love cameron cameron downtown today. Trish it's probably like eighty six degrees in camera. What are you got about seventy five. Yup yup yup toss all right. So what do you think of. What's going on with kenley kenley. I have two words about kenley. And it's pedro by us. Do you remember pedro. Baya's year force last year flashbacks flashbacks to win. Dave roberts would keep using pedro baya's even though he would come in and high leverage situations and blow the game. Yup i do think to tristesse point. I do think once he had once he gave up that double. Why are we sticking with them. At that point. I just want to point. Pedro bias has a terrible reputation over his seven years. With the dodgers. He had a three point. Zero three era pedro. Baya's was not as bad as you remember him. Well but we made tristesse point was that in high leverage situations he tended to wet the bed which only used them in high leverage situations. He was our high leverage guy. No kambli was your high. Leverage can lease. you're closer high leverage guys were. We're talking about the seventh and eighth inning. We're talking about the guys you used to get to kenley though he trish. Are you still there. As long as it's not joe kelley. Don't put him in okay basis would you would you be okay. If they would've trotted training out there for the ninth. yes. I was saying the same thing to tv that you were saying. We don't put jazz in in. What are you guys doing. It was so frustrating. There's seven times in that game where i just i. I've done exactly the same move. I would have made exact now with retro with hindsight. Obviously i would appear on something different but in that moment i was completely content. I even said yesterday watch can lead to save tonight. And i would argue. He did get to save twice once on the runner at second base and once on the checks buzz a yeah it was one more poll in l. a. Hey paul urine seven ten. Espn hi you guys doing today. Good and watching the game last night with my wife. And i said as soon as they brought johnson and i said oh here we go now. Let me ask you guys this. How how does it. How do you think your use and Beautiful feel last two games. they've thrown seven innings of dominant baseball. Being touched you bring in finance. The first night he throws nine pitches gets three outs. Last night seven pitches three outs in eighth inning. Okay what does he have to do to let roberts no. I'm ready to step up and be that closer that will get it done. Why not drop canley down and let him pitch the seventh and eighth innings. Now your he can make that adjustment. I just don't think he's that guy. I mean you know what can lease thing is it's seeing a lead trotting out of the bullpen dramatically and being really fired up to get the last three outs. He's not a seventh-inning guy. Like do you want. Who do you want to come into the game. Here's the question. Who do you want to come into the game in the seventh-inning with runners on first and second do you want kenley. Is that where you want. Kenley jansen then who do you want in that role blake. Training is the guy i trying to is your best setup guy. Yeah but i just don't think you can put i mean here. Wow look at this tweet from corporate greg. bergman says. here's the question. do you feel good with him. Coming out in a playoff game. They didn't last year. Don't then what are we doing. Get a closer kimbrel or maybe move training and put kinley in as a spot reliever if you do. Leave him out there keep throwing him out and watch the world burn. I'll tell you what the world burning is. It's when greg bergman sends out a schedule then sent out another schedule then sends out a third schedule..

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"baya" Discussed on KR Live Podcast

KR Live Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on KR Live Podcast

"Expectations of their family and they were really torn and they were talking to me about this. And i was just listening has being present and asking questions and at the end the person said gosh i feel like you answered all my questions and you helped me think about things hadn't even thought about you answered questions that i had. I feel like you were just so present for me. Listened in thank you so much has been so valuable and like in such a different place now than when we first started talking. There's clarity there's excitement. Like i really know what i wanna do now and for me. That's just like let me up. Like this what i wanted to do so i would say. Have that a moment where it lights you up were. You have had experienced kind of just being there for someone and really listening holding them as resourceful and whole and creative and not broken but just believing in them and get such aliveness from that. That's how it's going to tell you that. Coaching could definitely be worth it for you. To explore further can do explore it. If you're like this is for me then really think about like what you need to learn high need to develop yourself so that you can show up as much as you can for the sake of your clients because for coaches if we're not work on ourselves then it's going to be harder to show up for our clients. They're gonna say things that are going to trigger us and then we're going to become baya's star. Judgement is gonna come in. So there's also that personal responsibility to do the work on ourselves too so that we can also show up fully for the clients. Sign a nutshell. What you mean is that people should learn to connect with yourself personally and with other people. Yeah exactly and i'm joy in that on to find excitement and aliveness because in the coaching engagement liens hiccup on that energy. You're like oh gosh here we go again all. That's helping you miss that..

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"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Client. I ever had some time. It would not to do. Yep, but a lot of times and that's that's helpful cause you're talking about warnings. The biggest thing I can say is it's going to be hard. You hear people say that and you think I you know, I'm smart. It won't be that hard for me. It's going to be hard and it's not going to be hard like digging ditches hard. I you know, you're not going to be physically tired at the end of that going to be mentally exhausted. It's exhausting you are going to try your hardest and you are not going to be there and you beat yourself up your beat yourself up something bad and you're going to consider quitting don't you know, I'd be lying if I haven't said that I've considered quitting just about everything I've ever done because it gets hard at times. You just gotta push through that way. You gotta remind yourself what really matters as long as you're taking care of this thing's it really matter. You're going to be okay, but one of my favorite quotes about this is in the in a lot of times a bigger stress 4 p.m. When they're starting a business or starting a new career something as money, there's a farmer up in great. Authors name's Joel salatin up in Staunton, Virginia. He's as you should be prepared for the rather lengthy period of apprenticeship you will have to go through to learn the skills of a profitable insert whatever profession name. You've got. You've got to be prepared for that to the two of the biggest things. I would recommend to be prepared for those stresses. And and that that hardship is save up some money before you start doing this if you're going to totally quit what you're doing and start something else save up 12 months of living expenses. Yeah people listen to him listen to him because I turned in with the business part of my notice to leave the farm that I had started my career in Iraq on July 31st. I didn't get a paycheck till the next February my employees got pay checks, but I didn't get a paycheck to the next February and say you've got to be able to stick it out. Yeah, or you can have a spouse wage. That if you've got a spouse that can support your basic living expenses and is okay with you doing this, you've got to be blunt and honest and say let's play The Worst case scenarios out. I mean my wife and I sat down before I went into business for myself a very first time and I said, what if I don't make any money for a year, what if I don't make any money for two years what would happen you going to divorce me? You know what I mean have these conversations because it could happen. Now what what if you quit after 12 months and not making any money and you all you needed was fourteen months, you just need two more months and I've seen that happen over and over again. I'm just I get this point where I'm like, all right. What what do I need to do? What do I need to do in all of a sudden a month later? It's like Bam Bam Bam Bam Bam a bunch of business comes in and I'm like, we'll see you just gotta stick it out. So take it out mentally to you've gotta enjoy and you hear people say this, but I don't think they tactically tell you hear people say Enjoy the process wage. That's an easy thing to say, right but here's how you enjoy the process first thing you gotta do is you got to set a big goal and you gotta so this is where I'm trying to get to then you've got to say what is my literally down to even daily but what are my weekly goals that I want to do week-in and week-out day in and day out. If you're that detailed there that I think are going to get me to that goal. And then at the end of your week, if you did what you set out to do have some kind of Celebration, it could be just a simple beer but have a celebration and reward yourself for getting done what you set out to get done. Can always share my experience. But what will happen to you is if you focus on that Big Goal, you won't be happy until you get there and the you're you're getting better in the process. It's like a, you know, a kid that plays baseball if he's hitting the ball better every week and he's throwing the ball better every week, but he's still not starting is at a cause for you to be upset. It's not you're getting better. You see it all the time in our culture to you've got these quarterbacks that you know, it College athletes that are going out and they're they're transferring because they didn't get the starting job to you know, they're good. You know, I'm too good. I should be starting I'm transferring them going somewhere else techno man beat the guy in front of you. Yep, you know and and so you gotta enjoy and you've got to literally reward yourself. If she doesn't have to be it can be something simple but you got to literally reward yourself week in and week out for doing a good job. Even if you're not where you want to be in your business. Yeah, you wouldn't be upset if you were a high school graduate and you'd wanted to be an engineer. You wouldn't beat yourself up as a freshman in college because you're not an engineer yet. Right exactly. So you gotta you gotta you gotta earn it. And so but but but you should also enjoy the fact that you just made an A on the midterms. That's toward yourself. That's business. All right. I want to know your biggest screw-up. I hate the word failure because I'm happy where I am and and Ed. Who knows what would have happened? If you had done it different, you know, everybody says if you could go back what would you do different if I had not listened to that editor-in-chief that I had called early on, you know and done something else then I don't know. Maybe I wouldn't have met my wife. Maybe I wouldn't have you know going and getting a business degree. But I think the biggest failure in that decision of listening to him and not pursuing. What I was passionate about was that he was taking my eye off of what I knew since I was a young child what I knew I wanted to do and who I wanted to be and how I wanted to spend my days and let someone else is Jaded opinion change my course and and like I said I came back to it, but don't let anybody not even your parents. Don't let your neighbor don't let them change your course because they your parents they may want something different for you than what you want. You know, I mean my parents did not push me to do what I'm doing right now, you know, they wanted me to be physical therapist. That's what they thought. And they're not wrong, but that wasn't what I wanted to do. And and so just I don't know cut out all the noise and and but that was probably my biggest mistake was really caring what other people thought. Well when you get 55, you don't give a crap when you make things right now. Well Joe, I want to thank you for coming on the show today you go from deckhand to digital media class and at the end of every podcast we Give It 2 years now. I want to give a cheers to you for getting back to what you love and making a success out of it building an empire. Well, it's not an Empire and I don't really ever care if it is but it's it's my Little Empire and it's fun and I wake up everyday fired up, you know, and I'll probably work harder now than I've ever worked in my life and I love every minute of it. So thank you. You know, what I want to give it to yours too is I just think right now especially we're in a really politically divided. Politically divided country and I think home Important to remember that nothing gets done whether it's in business or in government without teamwork. I want to Give It 2 years to to teamwork to employees to bring spouses to vendors to into the really to the communities around our businesses that make that possible keep these businesses going because you know, you can believe what you want to believe but we're all going to have to work together to get things done into progressed tears job. I tell people how they find you. Well, it's very easy, you can go to great days Outdoors calm we host all of our fishing reports and the hunting land podcast as well. If you want to pick up a gray days Outdoors magazine, you can go anywhere magazines or sold like Barnes & Noble Bass Pro Shops Books-A-Million and Tractor Supply Company in any of those newsstands and you know, if you're listening on any of.

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"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Single day you never run out of content L agree with you talk about monetizing it. Well, there's several ways. You can monetize a podcast but I mean one day easiest simplest lowest hanging fruit thousand ads run ads on it find people who want to get in front of that same group of people bring it to them partner up with them be transparent show them your downloads show them what you're you know show them how it's working out and but also be able to explain it in a way that makes sense to them. For example, we run ads on all of our fishing reports and it's great because these are companies who don't have the time or the resources just to put out a fishing report every week. And but they know they want to get in front of Anglers, you know, and they know they want to get in front of local Anglers. So for them, it makes great sense to to support and kind of Co-op the cost of producing that podcast because they're going to get their message out to to a targeted group of people, but the thing that I think a lot of people miss about podcasts when they're trying to sell them Podcast is that with radio. For example radios ubiquitous, right? Everybody's got a radio in their vehicle. But radio is here today is gone tomorrow. So you do something on the radio. It's you got to keep that going if you as soon as you turn it off. It's gone with podcast every add that we've ever had on our podcast is still available right now. Yeah, and so the compounding effect of that advertising makes a really big difference and that's that's one of the great things about podcast other ways to monetize your page besides running ads, you know, as a publisher you need to be able to bring that podcast into the bigger picture, you know for us we have several podcast. We have the website. We have the premium magazine. So a lot of times what we're doing is the information that we're getting on the podcast we may take an hour and talk to someone but then we're pulling out 15 minutes of conversation that 15 minutes conversation can turn into a v e Our word article well, guess what that just became a blog post and a magazine article. So now the company that was featured in that article or or in those advertisers that wanted to be in front of that group of people. They're willing to sponsor not only podcast to sponsor the magazine sponsor the website and and be included across those platforms because everybody consumes things differently a lot of people still don't listen to podcasts they like, you know, listen the radio. Well, what about the people that don't want to read blogs and they want to read print, you know, you've got to in this day and age as a publisher. You cannot be so solely focused on one particular media channel, you've got to spread yourself out across those media channels and so by lumping in lots of other things your your podcast doesn't have to totally support itself. That's the key thing with a podcast is everybody think, you know, well, you know, here are all my costs and here's my time and here's my fixed and variable costs. So I've got to charge this for the ads. Well not if you can log. Lump it in with something else. So you just gotta be creative and think about what are the resources you have at hand. Do you have an email list? Well, can you make a sponsored email send a part of your role podcast advertising if you can then you're going to make it more valuable to the customer and they'd be willing to be willing to sponsor you you're also a wielder. Yeah. So tell what National Land realty is well known now in reality, you know being in the publishing industry, I get to see a lot of different types of real estate brokerages and especially in my industry the hunting and fishing industries. I see a lot of laughs brokerages and National and realities just really the most Innovative land real estate brokers. That's totally focused on on land. That's that's out. There is one of the it's been in the ink 5004. Gosh. I think the last six years running. It's just growing at a rapid Pace. I think we're in forty States now and the big key thing with National Land realty is just the technology of Being for the Bayou. It's being able to find exactly what you're looking for and really never have to leave your couch. If you don't want to for the seller our marketing is so good our advertising. So I thought I'd spread that it's their netting more in the at the end in the sale because when they when you reach a national audience and you're trying to sell your piece of land, you're going to command a higher price wage. You're just trying to sell it locally. So that's the biggest that's the biggest thing most most real estate brokerages are going to put your your land on the MLS and they're going to call it good with national and literally if somebody Google no, Alabama hunting land for sale and they're in Washington state. They're going to find your property. That's the key with the actual and that's why I joined up with them. I like how you've wrapped your passion into so many different areas. I mean cuz you understand what Hunters are looking for what people will that are wanting land are looking for and so I think the knowledge but you got the education behind it. And so I think it's you know, Iraq. Up a whole big picture of passion. I think it's rare that people can follow and put it together. So organized what are some tips, you would give people that have a passion that they want to do. I don't care what it is. It's just like businesses. The basic foundations are all the same. So what are tips are warnings that you would get people that are thinking about jumping out and doing something that they love. Well passion is one of those words that gets thrown around a lot and and I would say I've been passionate about a lot of things throughout my life and that that passion has held in Flonase as I've learned more and more about the subject. So what's more important I think than anything is figuring out your y as to why you're going to do it because guess what when I was a deckhand on the charter boat the first couple of years, it was awesome. I was fishing every day and making money and it was great and then all of them Not had like three hundred days on the water and I didn't even want to look at a fish. You know, like I just I didn't want to talk about fishing and I don't want to think about fishing and I was passionate very passionate but it got old after a while and I needed a break. So everything will every single thing you look at will get old if it will eventually 25 taxis every April 16th, you talk to me that they love what they're doing. It's just going to be no, but you know what when you've got a three year old at home, it's really easy to know what your why is and so that's the most important and fundamental thing is you gotta figure out your Y and it needs to have a deeper meaning or you'll just quit you'll quit when it gets really really tough. I mean it it it gets really tough. You just quit. You said I'd take the easy way. Let me just go back to work for somebody. I can't take this anymore, you know, so find your wife for me. It's it's it's my family. I want to be able to have the freedom to spend the amount of time. I want to spend with my family it's dead. It's not the Quest for this big giant pot of money. And it's it's my health. You know, those are the two driving forces for me. The other thing is find a mentor and that Mentor doesn't have to be a person necessarily a copy people all the time. So don't be scared to copy people but copy people that aren't in your industry go look at how people are finding suggests with a podcast or with the thing that you want to do in a separate industry and then see what you can glean from that and pull back into your passion your industry and it could be a person, you know, but don't hesitate I've worked for free for a lot of people just to learn what they knew. I did it when I was a deckhand I've done it as a real estate agent. I mean is I'm doing a lot I've done a lot of I've done it for my customers right now. I work for free for my customers all the time, but I learn things through that process that I then can turn into valuable products later on and so you just log Find a mentor and that doesn't always have to be a person. I've done it for thirty years. I learned something from every single.

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"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"And especially if you're passionate about it, it's going to fly. Well if you stick with it long enough, you will make it work. I believe in that wholeheartedly I don't care how old you are. If you have a passion for something Outdoors or businesses or whatever you can bring new life into the already existing business. Yeah, but I think that you can be smart about it too. Don't just think just because you're passionate about something that it's going to work out. I totally agree with you on that one and you gotta look at the the era in which we're living Magazine's are not what they used to be. It doesn't mean that the written word is dying. It used to be you had Print advertising you had television advertising you had radio advertising. Those are the big three, you know, I mean Billboards are just a version of print advertising. Okay. So those are the big three now, you've got so many different options those three are still there, but they don't get a third of the pie anymore. They get a piece of the much smaller piece of the pie. And so what I was looking for and what I think you need to think about thinking about start up or you're thinking about buying an existing business is you want to look for something that's ubiquitous. Meaning everyone uses. It has been around for a hundred years, but can you apply technology to it and bring it in to this day and age that's great advice. If you find the need then you can have a business you probably sit right? What's all this about advertising and we're two people go it leads to age the website and social media and I want to hear about the podcast. Well fundamentally for me the best marketing out there now, I'm going to talk about advertising. I'm talking about segmenting a wage. Group of people into into different groups that you can then advertise to. Okay fundamental marketing for me. The best marketing is getting in front of the people that are looking for your product when they're looking for it whether they know it or not. Okay, you don't want targeting. Well, I'm talking I'm talking about using intent. Okay, and and people's intent a lot of times is is not exactly clear. But but one of the best ways to learn someone's intent is through search engines when you think about when somebody goes to the Google and they type in a query to Google they're looking for information will based off of that information. You can determine what their need is. Okay, and sometimes you think you need something but really you need something entirely different. There's another option that is better and you just don't know about it example, I like to use this. Let's say you go to you got a home improvement project. Okay, and you go to a gym. Hardware on Saturday to get the thing that you need to do that project and you walk in and you talked to the the guy on the floor and say I need X product and he takes you over to all seven. He says here it is and not looking at he says well, what are you trying to do? And you say well, you know, I got this project. I'm trying to get it done this weekend. He says oh, okay. Well you can use that if you want but I got this other thing over on Aisle 9 and I just did what you're what you're looking to do and it's going to save you a lot of money so last a lot longer so he gives you that authentic testimonial you go over you end up walking out of the store with the thing that you didn't even know existed. When you start out on this Quest because of marketing. He he marketed you he found out what your need was and then he took you to the best product for that task. Yeah, I start time this time this back into podcast. You'll see where I'm going with this is search engines give you that ability to do that online. I mean, if you've got a really great sales person in the store, they're doing that they're saying wage. What are you looking to do? Okay, let me take you over here and show you this online. It's the exact same thing somebody shows up on Google and they type in you know, I'm looking for rot resistant deck boards, you know home and and and you know at that point they're building a deck. Well, maybe you need to get something in front of them. That's an ancillary product to building that deck. It might be these certain type of screws or you know back up it or something like that. So search engines give us that knowledge when people in this day and age when people want to read information, they're going to go to Google and they're going to type in what I'm looking for and they're going to read about it when they want to watch what they're looking for and and consume the information with their eyes. They're going to go to YouTube and they're going to watch somebody do it podcasts are increasingly becoming and and my belief my prediction is that over the next five to ten years. You're going to see podcast become the third largest search engine because people are learning that they can go to a pod. Pitcher, you know iTunes or anywhere wherever they're listening to podcast and they can search for a topic, you know might be building a deck and then they can go and find that information via a podcast so they can listen to it while they're on their way. You are cutting the grass and that's why podcasts. That's why we really bought in the podcast is because it gives us the ability to control our content. If I get on YouTube. I've got play by their rules and they can pull my stuff down and demonetize it and do whatever they want to do cuz that's that's Google's property with a podcast. I can control the publishing and I can be searchable. That's the biggest thing. So what are your podcasts we have four so we have the Alabama saltwater fishing report. We have the Alabama freshwater fish report. We have the Northwest Florida fishing report and we have hunting land. Wow. So are you the host on all of this know I host the Northwest Florida fishing report now, I used to host the Alabama saltwater fish report and I co-host the hunting land podcast now the saltwater one that one off. Gotten pretty big and it it has it's been really awesome to see the community get behind that and because it's really a you know, it's a all of our podcasts are crowdsourced podcast. We're taking information from people. Like I said at the very beginning having those mentors was super important for me as a kid to get into the outdoors. Well, we've got those same mentors the same kind of guys that are willing to share their information. They're not cost you anything. They're just good solid guys that get on with us every week share their knowledge Decades of knowledge and we literally have a library of of knowledge. That's right Thursday available. You can go listen to it right now. They're being those same kind of mentors that I had as a kid and that's been really awesome to see that and see the community to get around that. Yeah. Now I totally buy into the podcast concept. I mean, we're both doing it, you know, I'm just giving business advice based on trials and errors and successes that I've seen it and the stories of the guests that I have. I'm like you and one of the wage Since I've been asked is how do you grow a podcast? So what's your advice on that? You have to first identify a need? Okay, and what's easiest to do is you identify information that needs to be updated. So you've been growing podcast that's how we've grown our podcast. There's other ways. I'm not saying that that's the only way but you know, for example going back to going back to search engines people look for the fishing report the world over you can use search tools to find out that people are looking for the Costa Rica fishing report and you know the Alaska phone number and Report, you know, they're they're searching for those things. So people want that information but that information changes daily. Definitely weekly so content can be the hardest part of growing podcast. So having to constantly come up with new ideas. If you're a an expert on one topic you're going to run out of content very quickly, but if you can interview the people who are getting new and new and fresh in fog Should every.

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"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"That's d o c rx.com now onto the day off. Don't just think just because you're passionate about something that it's going to work out and you gotta look at the era in which we're living Magazine's are not what they used to be. It doesn't mean that the written word is dying off. To be you had print advertising you had television advertising had radio advertising. Those were the big three now, you've got so many different options. Those three are still there, but they don't get a third of the pie anymore or they get a piece of the of much smaller piece of the pie. And so what I was looking for and what I think you need to think about if you're thinking about start up or you thinking about buying an existing business is you want to look for something that's ubiquitous. Meaning everyone uses. It has been around for a hundred years, but can you apply technology to it and bring it in to this day and age? Yeah, that's great advice home. If you find the need then you can have a business. Yeah Price at right? Hey everybody, welcome to the show today, I guess is Joe Beyer Joe has taken his love for the outdoors hunting fishing, whatever it is, and he's taking that into a multi-tiered career with multiple businesses. One of them being a magazine great days Outdoors. You also has fog Broadcast, I think the most popular one is Alabama saltwater fishing report. If you love the outdoors, you love business and you love life. You're going to enjoy this show. Hey, I'm Karen. I'm a former c p a z Ultra new business consultant with Big Ideas. Welcome to cheers to business. Go by you thank you for being on the show. Yeah, thanks for having me. You know, we've been doing a couple of shows about taking your passion and really making a business out of it and you have a passion of the outdoors. When did that start? Well Faith started as a very young age as long as I can remember. I had two very fortunate experiences and one was that I grew up on file River. I love Belle River I live there now. Oh, yeah. It's it's a great place in town. I live in a mobile and you haven't enjoyed Powell River you need to what nevermind they'll say that y'all know don't, it's not a lot of snakes in their Gators. I had a gator. Yeah, you know, I was lucky in that every day. I could get on the way I could go out in the woods and you know, I didn't have any neighborhood kids to play with so every single day. I was fishing or shoot my BB gun or run around in the woods getting dirty and that coupled with having some really great mentors as a kid. I had some people that just took me into the outdoors and and that was my dad and my godfather and what they did that was so important. Was and and I see that he see this in sports. You see this in in the outdoors. You see a lot of dads that are really putting a lot of pressure on their kids to be good at sports or to get outside may be a hunter be an angler. They never did that. They just took me if I wanted to go and a lot of times they didn't take me and those were the times that really lit a fire underneath me because they take my older brother and they wouldn't take me and I just kind of made me mad. So, you know, that was what really stoked the fire for for being outdoors hunting and fishing and really just just being outdoors. I grew up on the bay and I was like dad's running partner when he wasn't at the fire station, you know, we take the skip out of Manali Park and had the Gill net out or whatever. I'd be on a he'd go on a fishing trip and I'd be the only not only that's the only female on the boat. Yeah, and I don't mind being somebody's big girl. Well, it's a great existence growing up and it keeps you out of a lot of trouble. So when did you really realise that this passion could turn it off? Career as a kid, I didn't like being told what to do and so being a business owner always seemed like something that I wanted to pursue because they just oh, they're the boss. So I want a boss, you know, so it's all right, it's sometimes well, it's yeah, it's not it's not what they make it out to be but that was the original Drive. I remember as a child thinking, you know, we'd go to the sporting goods store and they'd begun and fishing rods and tackle and I stopped to be so cool to be a sporting goods store owner, but it was always wanted to be the owner. I wanted to be the guy at the head that was just really early on and then when I was twelve or so my brother actually got a job deck handing on charter boats down on Dauphin Island and man, he'd come home every day and he'd have he'd smell like fish and he'd tell me about all these big fish they caught off and he'd have hundreds of dollars in his pocket and I just that seemed like the most awesome possible job in the world. So when I was sixteen I I did the exact same thing. I went down and begged. Yep. Boats wash boats worked on the docks until one day. I got a shot and started working on on Charter Boats as I got into, you know got a little bit further along in high school. I realized that I didn't want to be a charter boat captain which is the next level. You know, you've got to go from being the deckhand being the captain because I like being a deckhand captain. I didn't want to be the captain that was the head that was the owner and so I started looking for alternative ways to to get into the outdoors and you know, I decided I want to be an outdoor writer at that point. I was really good my mom's an English teacher and and I reached a love writing stories. And so that was where it all starts and so I went to Auburn and went into the the agricultural college and agricultural Communications and my dad used to say, what are you going to do with that going to talk to cows? You know, and that was my that was my thought process. Is that what I'm going to go learn how to be an outdoor writer and that didn't pan out the best plan sometimes don't for a good reason. Yeah. Now your own a magazine tell us about Out great days Outdoors. So great days Outdoors was originally Gulf Coast outdoors. And and I read that magazine when I was a teenager. So you bought it growing up. Yeah. Yeah, so it's been around for twenty four years or so then in 2015, I sold a business that that I had started right out of right out of school and moved back to the area and was looking for my next project my next thing you know to do and in my previous business, it was not something that I was passionate about but I learned a lot about running a business in Business Administration from having that business, but I decided you know, hey, I've done that now let's let's do something that I've got an intrinsic, you know passion for and and I started looking around locally and I didn't really find anything that piqued my interest are are really loves passionate about and so I started looking for things that could be done from home things that could be moved and that was when I when I came across a great days Outdoors was wage. For sale at that point and so I bought my way in. Okay. Yeah the writing. Yeah, you know when I was when I was a freshman in college, I actually called the the editor-in-chief of a major life or publication and I told him what I wanted to do and I said hey, I just looking for some advice on what what you think I should do throughout College to ready myself and get myself to get a foot in the door and in the outdoor industry and he said, you know, he said don't do it. He said go go do something else. There's no money in it. He said I wouldn't do what you're thinking about doing if I were to you and that just crushed me at the time. You know, I was like that sucks, you know, and that was a listening to him was a good thing for me because it put me on a different path and but device worked out but it wasn't great advice. I mean, I always recommend, you know, you follow it and if you stick with it, you figure out a way to get it done. So what I saw with great days Outdoors was that I had zero experience with with publishing. I didn't know off. Anything about publishing my bachelor's degree was in sports medicine. My graduate degree was a Masters in Business Administration. I was unfamiliar with the business, but I saw a business that was was already in place and that I could learn a lot about without having to start from scratch. That was why I took the lead and actually purchased the company. Yeah. I always talk about jump just go. Sometimes you got to jump that Parish. It's not going to walk every time but you know when it does.

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"baya" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"For black folks. They're just general means that went around that we're saying and this was earlier in the year so imagine so that means that have the earliest thing about what we saw. Last night said the senator harris hated like man because she locked the more black men in the history of broke the record for lacking of black men in california. First of all. There's a there's a record. Like a guinness book of california records. Carry the da locked around the ag like dang what you do. Your job was like man's law of what's happening in the state and you that was used effectively as a way to peel black men off of they weren't going to vote for the primary and think about last night and i think about the four people who i saw in the last week and a half in the debate and nobody looked more presidential actually than senator commonly harris to be honest right. I think about the rumors when you when you hear conversation with fellow brothers who are undecided. Or trying to sit there you know. They're they're free thinking independent men so they don't they're not part of the cpa at the democratic party is that they want to hear about things around economics they wanna hear about things are criminal justice and they want to hear about things that are health care and it's like well the one thing i can tell you is you. President trump doesn't ahead a plan for any of these. But i can tell you. The presidential candidates do and if they the senate candidates or the house of representative candidates a state house or your state senate candidate has plans for these right You just continue to see me after meeting after meeting or even like i think. Now you're saying with ice cube right and his contract with america with black. America initially was supposed to be for For all of black america then. I think he got criticism from black women around that work. Because there's plenty of agendas out there that already existed. That were like dealing with and very conscious of what black americans needed. Then you say well we need to know. What's the black male agenda. Then when people said he needed to blackmail agenda than it was what we need to have. These calls at the campaigns to get delivery on like things like slots for trade jobs and and And being able to understand around opportunity zones right. That's by the way we found out only benefits rich. Investors not necessarily the the average african american. Yeah yeah got to have been credited investor right right but people the opportunity zones but it's all talking points because i think like once i get brothers of our ally here and i think especially now in kovic times when you are separated where you are not able to be connected where it feels like Where i think some brothers feel like and how they have heard that black women are the center of the democratic party. There are some brothers who feel like they have heard that or something similar about black men in general so now this is the time to be able to get attention because you the nobody gets more attention. The last thirty days of election than undecided voter and this is a time for you to be able to talk about whether grievances policy positions but You know right now. We're in the space brothers are looking for ways to be heard in. This is the way to do it. And i feel like for some from some men. They're they're not able to step up to the plate and say they got say you know. Oh it's so much in their west like thinking about like coalition building. That seems to be the same whether it's you know with camelback ventures or whether whether it's with the podcast and coalition bill like we we can't deviate where we can't have like these offshoots one offs right. We've gotta have. We've got to have one linear voice right. This and that one lender voices look okay. Let's talk this on november fourth. Right correct clip. Go out and vote go because go out and vote for the like the x. essential presence that has been marring your livelihood for the last four years or a way out of that. And look i. it's it's even if it's not the presidential we've seen what the last six months the outpouring because of cops continuing the kill unarmed black folk right and then we see how they have not been convicted for those killings. Y'all in some of the cities there district attorneys. That are up for election right now tonight story like even if you if you're not pleased about what's happening at the top of the ticket the judges are that are really giving us their trials. The criminal court judges the da's The da's of who didn't convict are taking a look at it like right. Now there's an opportunity to change the system particularly because it seems like more americans are are not buying into this anymore. So you gotta go vote because like livelihood your livelihood. Your lives are on the ballot justice on the ballot like housing. All the things that you want to have happened now. I think the the biggest time in ever of to be able to see real change happen. Yeah i love that you you you brought us because we can get stuck on joe biden and donald trump or kamala harris and mike pence. But you know this and you can speak to this. You can speak to this best state policy local policy have more of an impact. And tell me if i'm wrong. More of an impact on our livelihoods than federal policy. And we always used to say i remember. The last time is that was it. All elections are local. All politics are local. All politics is local. All politics is local. So thinking about this. I'm thinking about the school board here in virginia beach. Virginia right and the impact that my brother and spins is trying to have on all seventy thousand of our students here in virginia beach right. But he's got these four conservative school members who just don't give a damn about every student on the ballot right there on the ballot so that means that means policy issues about educating every child right and following the lead of an equitable progressive leader like erin spence links about every child from every perspective is on the ballot. And so we've got to think about this. Speak to this for one second. Is that like in presidential years. Black folks tend to go out more and vote because we think we we get lost in those. You know higher in elections. But why so important for us to guam in those off years. And i think we've said it but i want i want people to hear like okay. Two thousand and twenty but we got twenty two and we got twenty four right off year elections. That are still going to be happened. Why do we need to always go out and vote. We can talk about the city. We boat used to be a new orleans. They're having a oriel city council elections next year right and for the most part when we think about. And that's you know they're here where i'm at new york city all across the country. There's mayoral elections sydney council. There's county commission on. These are the people that are decide in the police department. The fire department the parks right streets. They things that we are most concerned about particular view live in cities and local areas like those elections. And those are people that you know and you can touch and you can see like. I can vouch in new orleans. It's not hard to find the city council member or the may be somewhere. Jason williams is going to be somewhere second you. If you want to find.

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"baya" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

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"baya" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"But also have been mired in thought of the last day. We saw debate last week. That just was. I don't even want to call it a debate. It wasn't it was it was it was theater. That's what i'll call it. It was it was bad feeder right right and then last night. Last night i got to watch. Senator carmela carmela carmela right vice president mike pence debate more. But it made me think about right. We still have to do. They are still work to do. Because the smooth i felt like i was watching when i was watching debate last night. Watching vice president. Mike pence felt like i was drinking a colt. Forty five like you know. It was smooth right. He was he was smooth right because for the as we say in the for the uneducated you're listening and watch him like he can't be telling lies he can't tell he's smooth like that co forty five. I used to drink. When i was like. When i shouldn't madrid i was like ooh this is good. This is smooth. It goes down easy. Don't give full. Revolutionaries do not get food just because the smooth taste good for. You doesn't mean right the it tastes good. I mean that is good for you. And so i began to think about who i wanted to have. This conversation is as we're less twenty six days away somewhere around this before the election. And i feel like it's my duty. I can't have sodas called. What's your revolution and not have as my duty to talk about the work that we need to do. As revolution as people as revolutionary men. Because there's been this statistic in my book. Good brother wesley. When i bring them all the probably gonna illuminate is that it showed the number of black men in various counties across the country right. That did not vote right and this was then over overlain. I don't know if that's a real word. With the amount of boats that donald trump won in those specific counties right and if black men had just gone out and vote and if we got look if just fifty percent of your not the ten percent of y'all that is voting for donald trump just fifty percent of black men in those counties had just gone out and voted. We may not have had the last four years. It is a very very interesting statistic for people to see him for us to hear. But my revolutionary black men. I'm talking to you right now. Go register get if you missed the deadline. I'm sorry but they're still states. You can go register. Do it register and go out to vote. So i wanted to have this conversation with my good friend. Nura linian my brother in arms. He's been on the show before this brother if you see him right right well as we talked in the green room look straight up like you know black panther in baku like you know what i'm saying. He used to be like straight place. The beard the locks. He got going on like brother. Wesley bias. What's going on whether i'm good Real good thank you for having me on the show once again. you know. it's always a pleasure to talk with. Students just happening in the world. Politics is is a while tar. The last week has been awhile time. I'll tell you that. Yes it is l- let me give let me give you the stats on his brother. He's the vice president of campaigning. Creative services at berlin rosen. Right us in this brother like when we talk politics right now. You're going to be like now like you're that you're that you're that dude like he brings extensive political experience as a general consultant direct. Mail venter and data director for campaigns. Like if you're trying to run a campaign right if you need somebody like to say these are the x y and z. That you need to do for your campaign. Wesley is the man for the. I'm so happy like to have you back. Let me go ahead and get this question now. The way like wes. What's your revolution right now. Revolution is especially. I think at times a couple. A couple of ways to continue to have carefree blackness. And everything that. I do upping last time. I said it i was very clean. Cut by like it's very overt where i'm at home and they conservative. Everything i can. I can be is in the in not just in just the full range of blackness. Tell people hit bowl servants. That's what i do out to anybody and everybody on but at the same time trying to be able to own my version of masculinity of able to make sure that it is one that that that is full complete and fits made And at the same time trying to make sure that you know we talked about this last time to above lifebuoy dork about being able to make sure that Now only boys live. Men in general can be happy that we can be free that we can before that we can be the providers and protect of sisters or amid harbor. People are right of men to be able to be joyous. Because i i have a blake especially the last since the last time we talk. I've had those opportunity. Giant people see that and be able to reflect on that to me about what it meant to see a black man. Happy and joyous Saw my revolutions carefree blackness as black boy joys always and is the of the helped. Make sure by cam part of that in the work of all the other things i'm doing my job is little bits to make sure that they can see that joint so we can be how we can be in this world. And that's why. I'm here for a man brother. I i love that. You know. I love that i i. I waited for that hashtag blackboard jordan. I'm a bring that around one second west but dropped something new. You know what i'm saying. You dropped something new to me. And i'm like this carefree blackness hashtag carefree blasts like br unpack that for me. Because i realized that. I probably haven't gotten to that feeling of carefree blackness so i want you to really unpack that i mean and the way i see it is i think often we enjoy. We are able amongst ourselves. We even in public. I think to a certain a social media of these very black moments very like stories the way that we hear a song. We start dancing To that that that jam way that you have a memory that connects with you in your own folk. But i think we're out answer. The knicks spaces were afraid to be able to show that right. Ns mariah different reasons. i think really valid. Why people buy that wanna do that. You'll hokey your business. You don't want your. We know that like people like message was the oldest kind of Joy culture from us for me. I'm almost in the sense of i want a. I want people to be uncomfortable. With the fact that i'm comfortable glass at the end of the day among looking or people can't really see it. I'm sixteen four. I'm a heavyset guy. Like i'm a big. I had to be concerned. Most of my life about how was receive in public. How people would receive because because of the of the tropes of images of the stereotypes people have a large black men right. And that's what it is. I believe but that's not for me right. But would i didn't want to do is make sure that in my appearance in when i'm wearing and how i'm talking about blackness how i'm pro black all day every day forever right How i'm going to be able to make sure that people are gonna have the full experience of blackness blackness able to see how people have to deal with it right and it may be some of what we're saying in this world what we're having happened because the other people are starting to see an experience.

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Crypto Market Depth - What Is It?

The Cryptoverse

04:06 min | 1 year ago

Crypto Market Depth - What Is It?

"Now in this lesson, we're going to explore a more advanced part of the trading interface, which is called market depth. Most exchanges visualize market depth by displaying something called a depth chart. Now one by Nance this actually hidden away behind this tab says depth on it. If you click on that this is what you will see the most exchanges have this so you should be able to find it someway in the interface. What we are looking at now is a very unique way of visualizing the current state of the order book. So, this is the market depth for BTC US T.. Along the bottom of the chart, we have the price increasing from left to right. Then along the side, you have the amount increasing from bottom to top. So. This is kind of what it would look like if you took the audible and just tend to on it side. It's now easy at see the spread as well because that's just the gap in the middle between the two sides. Now as the depth chart changes, what we are seeing this took of war between Baya's on the left and sellers on the right, and then the price is kind of like the middle of the rope in the tug of war. So, sellers, they are wanting to pull the price up. So they basically get more dollars when they sell that bitcoin and the by as a wanting to pull the price down to the left. So they get more bitcoin for that Dulles. The spread is kind of like the pits in the middle of a tug of war and WanNa, pull the side into the pit. So the depth, Cha is the only easy way to see where the big wools. So the dip chocolates and looks like two mountains facing each other. And a a wall by wall or sell will is the price is where we see these kind of cliffs. The cliffs signify a large amount of orders at that particular price level. Now for the price to go beyond that whether it needs to break through that wool with an equal amount of opposing force. So a big cell wall means the price is unlikely to go any higher than that. Until the Selah either cancel their orders or if an of bias come in to fulfil those orders, remember though that it's not enough to simply equal the cell wall because they're all these owners in front defending it. And those orders going to get filled fest since there at lower prices before we even get to the sellable. Therefore the FDA is another way to quickly identify areas of support and resistance. Although. In real time whereas on the charts on the price charged with looking historically at supporting resistance, the depth job gives his it in real time and it changes in real time. Now one final point to remember is that the depth chart can only display limit orders that have been placed on the books for everyone to see. At any moment someone could place a market order out of nowhere. And the rule. So any number of stop limit orders which are hidden and waiting for a specific prices before they trigger an automatically place a new LAMOTTA. There's nothing really we can do about that except be aware that those hidden forces out there and they can reveal themselves at anytime. So, like we covered in the lesson on market orders if I played a huge market order right now to say by a hundred Bitcoin, it would tap through this whole section of the cell orderbook up to a quantity of a hundred. And I can use the scale on the left to get an idea of how far such an such a market order would push the price up by. Again. You may or may not use the depth chart, but it just feels beds undestand something the not to.

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"baya" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"baya" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The only big problem out there right now is the construction work that is going on on the Kennedy. And that's going to affect you if you're using the Kennedy inbound, and also if you're using the Edens, inbound l. The traffic from both is going to be moving end of the express lanes. That's because the local lanes are closed, and that is on the in bound side from Lawrence all the way down. With a projected $187 million budget. George Fall for the 2021 fiscal year cranes reporting that Cook County health is going to cut some costs and that's going to include layoffs and consolidating outpatient clinics. United Airlines planning to furlough up to 2800 pilots. That is unless the federal government comes up with more covert 19 relief. The carrier based in Chicago, is one of many Pushing for another 25 billion to battle economic challenges. The industry got 50 billion in grants and loans to give its employees on the payroll. United notified its employees. The cuts would take a fake starting in October. Delta and American also getting set for layoffs. Tony's in Kenosha County have filed charges against 17 year old Kyle Riton House of Antioch. The charges include first degree intentional homicide, first degree reckless homicide. And attempted first degree intentional homicide. Believe say that Rittenhouse shot three demonstrators in Kenosha Tuesday night. He's being held in Lake County, Illinois. Jacob Lakes shooting. Baya Kenosha Police officer began the protests, Blakes family says Right now he's being In a hospital bed is in a hospital bed and handcuffed to the bed, even though he's paralyzed from the waist down. Wisconsin's governor Tony Evers, was in Kenosha yesterday. And he was asked about that. That seems intuitive. It seems to be bad medicine, and I would say bad, bad restraint. And Washington President Trump last night lashed out of Joe Biden and Democrats as he delivered his speech accepting the Republican Party nomination to run for another term as president. He did it at the White House. Here's ABC spike. Here's a correspondent My Grazia from the South Lawn of the White House President Donald Trump delivered the keynote address to the 2020 Republican National Convention. I profoundly accept this nomination for president of the United States president was unrelenting in his criticism of his November opponent, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Biden's record Is a shameful roll call of the most catastrophic betrayals and blunders in our lifetime. He has spent his entire career on the wrong side of history. Election Day is less than 10 weeks away. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is holding a.

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Best Quotes Of Trent

Trent365

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Best Quotes Of Trent

"Okay Episode Nine, hundred and ninety nine today one more episode to go to we hit the magic one thousand tomorrow. I will be telling you how you can get a hold of private one on one session with me to talk about Your Business Your idea pretty much anything you wanted to talk about except soccer I don't talk about soccer because I have no interest but pretty much everything else last year episodes have been a bit long. We'll try and keep this bit shorter I wanted to share my five magic quite I guess if you like from the first thousand episodes, the first two and three quarter years of this show. I want I wanted to start with was in the empty lies the opportunity in answers. The Joe Question is the glass half full or half empty. Most people think that if you say it's half empty if you view it as half empty, that's a negative to me. It's a massive positive. You can't do anything about what's already in the count in the glass you can impact what's not in the glass. So it's the empty pot that to me is exciting next one value is in the eye of the perceive A. Lot of people talk about trying to create value edge rather than discounting, and that's fine. If what you're adding actually represents value to me not you a lot of times. What we do is we create these value adds that really don't add much value to the consumer to the end user in which case they kind of irrelevant third one price is relative cost is personal. To me prices a constructive the buyer. Sort of the Selah, not the Baya the Bairo McKay's about the cost, and that's the cost to them in terms of Dolla in terms of time in terms of if it and convenience. So if you are thinking about things in terms of your price, your not really thinking about it from a consumer perspective. So once you understand that all your consumer or your customer really cares about is the cost to them. Then, I think you're in the right mind frame to stop processing your product. The fourth one first impressions. Count Lost Impressions multiply. It always staggers me that in this industry of hospitality particularly whether it's hotels, spas or restaurants we spend a lot of time and effort on trying to get the arrival experience, right but not so much on the departure experience. First, impressions are super important mode out about it, but let's be honest. It's the last impression that are going to. Lingga. So first impressions count last impressions multiply because they have a multiplier effect on the impact of the head and the final one I'm not actually sure whether this was my quite a one that picked up from somewhere but I can't remember where picked it up but I think it's particularly relevant in today's world and that is the change is really easy. But often necessary. And I think that's something that a lot of us can carry through to today's world. We're all being put in situation where change is being forced upon us. It's not necessarily easy. It's not necessarily fun, but it is probably necessarily necessary, and if you really want to grow if you really want survive them chained to something and you're GonNa get your head around. So don't take changes negative. It's not easy, but it's necessary already. So

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Kucherov, Stamkos key Tampa Bay’s 9-3 rout over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Kucherov, Stamkos key Tampa Bay’s 9-3 rout over Rangers

"The Tampa Bay Lightning made quick work of the New York Rangers Thursday night beating the Blueshirts nine to three the lightning scored four goals in the span of just over four minutes chasing Alexandre Giorgio from new York's net we came back in the third to finish the game after Henrik Lundquist gave up four goals himself the lightning went five read on the power play and replied got the game winner and former ranger Kevin Shattenkirk finished with a goal and an assist that's always a point to prove I think when you're planning it's a former team and I think more importantly though I I'm just happy with the way I'm playing right now and and playing with this group Tampa bay's Nikita Kucherov at a four point night and lightning captain Steven Stamkos a goal and two assists Chris Kreider and Filipino scored for New York what's more secure Tampa

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Language barrier: Cameroons forgotten conflict

The Economist: The Intelligence

09:42 min | 2 years ago

Language barrier: Cameroons forgotten conflict

"Not so long ago. Cameroon was a stable country in a fragile region. Today it's anything but for the past three years of bloody conflict. Raging separatist militias want independence for the English speaking areas of the mainly Francophone Country Poor governance silence. trigger-happy forces are burning down villages while the militias are becoming increasingly violent. Thousands have died in the unrest. More than half a million have been forced from their homes. I spent a week travelling in the anglophone the phone regions where the effects of the war are clear for everyone to see John. McDermott is our Africa correspondent in village after village that I drove through I saw fields feels that grown wild houses that are being burned down and several buildings are just been pot marked with bullets. The conflict was inescapable. The origins of the conflict go back at least a century after the first World War the former German colony of Cameroon was split up between Britain and France and then when those parts became independent in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine hundred and sixty one. They were spliced together to make modern day Cameroon and now the country is officially by lingual with roughly twenty percent of people speaking English and eighty percent of people speaking French but the English speakers claim. Decades of marginalization is Asian by the central government and year upon year. They've been promised more devolution to their regions but those promises have been repeatedly broken and so why did those attention start to increase three years ago. Those tensions had been bubbling for some time but towards the tail end of two thousand sixteen lawyers and teachers hit the streets protesting against the imposition of Francophone Systems and in response to those peaceful protests. The government hit back hard intern a year later. Some of the more extreme anglophones who are separatists I want independence they proclaimed the independent state of Amazonia Zonja which is named after the embassy in the southwest of the country and once more this led to another escalation this time violent international NGOs. Joe Think there's been at least three thousand people killed and perhaps several times more than not and so who's responsible for that. Violence is security. Forces is the a separatist themselves so neither are covering themselves in glory. Both separatist militias and security forces have committed atrocities. But there's also no doubt that the Cameroonian military is behind most of the bloodshed local. Ngo in Boya. The main city in the southwest region estimates that more than two hundred and twenty villages across the anglophone the phone region have been burned by Cameroonian military and you met some of the people who have been affected by that violence. Yes I met lots of people who'd been affected one man I met was called who had to flee his village of economic because of just a torrent of shootings and burnings by the military. He said he could recall literally hundreds of incidents where soldiers had fired at his fellow villagers story when a military gum Strauss. His immovable from galaxy censured was and in a when. You're hearing these stories. You can stop a why. Why are they doing this and for him? It just seemed like there was no questions asked us behind the soldiers they were just firing will do your neighbor in this to these two other people. I really cannot tell you. I really don't tell you because does does the systems municipal new way on Shugden. I do and you say the the army is responsible for most of the violence. But not all I mean well. What are the separatists doing so the separatists have mostly been attacking military and the military installations? But they've also also been attacking people on their own side who are deemed to be collaborators. With the State one woman I met Adeline worked for a state run company and call you you coming in Development Corporation which runs a series of plantations in the region and she described how one day she was accosted by about twenty of these militia men who attacked her tied to a tree stuff leaves her mouth is the diagnosed with autism or last about twitter witter and then chopped off a finger again. You ask them why they're doing this and her crime little as it might seem to us was to work for this state. Run Company and US was deemed a collaborator. If you have anything to do with the Francophone Central Government. You're into on this side. I mean that must have knock on effects for for the way. The country runs for the economy's for society. The economy is collapsing. The anglophone regions contribute about fifth of the country's GDP and the main in company is that plantation CD and since the attacks began a couple of years ago workers essentially stopped. Revenue is down ninety percent. MM sold a single banana when I went down to their headquarters in a tank with a the general manager and all his staff just seem completely full on these because because they had also been receiving lots of death. Threats phoned the separatists so I said you know how you how you dealing with this posed any side and he looked at me and I said I pray more or less and so in essence people are are simply afraid to to go about business as usual. Yes there's widespread terror amongst the population and it's especially acute amongst parents. Almost ninety percent of children and the anglophone regions have not gone to school for three years. This is partly because of forced displacements by the military but it's also because the separatists see schools as arms terms of the state. Now there are some incredibly brave educators who have set up ad hoc classrooms and buildings these displaced children again. It's not entirely entirely safe. I asked one of the teachers at the school. I visited Baya. How do you ensure the security of these children John and frankly she admitted you can never be one hundred percent safe award yet? If we knew in fact she said that there were often threats of kidnapping which has become increasingly common as separatists. Either seek to impose their will or frankly sometimes just seek to get extra money out of the population. So what about the people who aren't directly involved in the conflict in the anglophone region. How do they view the constant cycle of violence? It's hard to do polling in a war zone but when the violence began it seemed like there was a surge in support for the separatists who reviewed viewed as helping keeping local safe but as time has gone on and you find things like the sabotage of education opinion may be in slightly shifting against them. I interviewed a professor at the University of Boya Guy called Garner some of the inflicted on a community. Ah Ah change attitudes. And he said that loyalty to the separatists is indeed dwindling. No longer call him voice. Call them booze boys he he also told me that in what most anglophones want isn't necessarily independence they want more autonomy Habsi federal Cameroon's not a safe arenas we're waiting for it is. It is anglophone vessels from before but he was very keen to stress that the anglophones have grievances but there were the central government not the french-speaking compatriots. Do you think a kind of reduced appetite amongst the Anglophones Ford. This conflict will have any effect on it. I mean how do you see. The situation playing out at the moment went to win. A bit of a stalemate because the separatist militias take the towns and the Cameron Army camp take the Bush normally calls for a political solution. Cameroon lean governed as it is by president. Paul Biya who has been on the proverbial thrown for thirty seven years is prone to move slowly in September. He announced a national dialogue but it was a total sham. Some of the key people weren't invited and it wasn't really even about the anglophone crisis so what you have then is. Is this political process. That's going far too slowly also because the rest of the world doesn't take much notice it's an underfunded under reported crisis and the bulk of people are just stuck in the middle of these two warring sides. Many people just want to get on with their lives in peace and sadly that's only possible in a few safe places such as the very very center boyer one evening I was there in the center. I was waiting for the Bishop of the time. And I caught one of those few glimpses of normality through the open windows of the church. I watched a choir including many members been asked fled their homes from other parts of the region and they were they were practising their songs for me. It was just a little reminder that in the midst of all this violence and chaos there is an everyday urge. Just keep one can occasionally manifest itself in rather beautiful ways. John Thank you very much for your time. Thank you

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 Dodgers edge Cubs 3-2 with late-game heroics

ESPNews

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Dodgers edge Cubs 3-2 with late-game heroics

"Let's get to our game recap after the dodgers took the first two of the series last night. Anthony Rizzo with the go ahead, two run home run in the ninth inning gave the cubs the victory in this game, young general you on the mound for Los Angeles was brilliant. Seven scoreless innings seven hits eight strikeouts on ninety four pitches in the sixth inning. However, a one one swing at a slow roller right side. There's nobody dare try to track it down. It starts in the right field. Baya's to score Bryant to third. It's an RV. I single and I mean it just rolled and rolled forever and got through at RBI knocked to Titus game at one gums would later take the lead on a sacrifice fly in the top half of that sex inning. But in the bottom half of the inning. Cody Bellinger, a chance to tie it. Here's a swag, high five all out towards centerfield, Laura backtrack law. Download your will touch all with his twenty third shadows did bother of their we're tied up. Choo?

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"baya" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"baya" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's going back all the way to the start of last season when he was MVP. Kelder player. And I would you know he has been the cubs best player statistically this season as well. How do they factor war totally? It's a counting stat. Okay. Because like I got I'm looking at Rizzo to Adams point two thousand sixteen. He had thirty two home runs. One hundred and nine driven and he batted two ninety two and on base of three, eighty five is war was five point seven out of this is just off. I'm talking festively the following year. The same number of home runs. He had the exact same number of RBI's. Okay. He's not a factor on base. Percentages was higher. It was three ninety two versus three eighty five and his war went down one point three. So I mean, again, it's his PS went down fifty point zero five his and then it went down, again even more than that. So he's steadily gone down and. PS. I'll take him as my first base. No, no. Argument. I don't think you can put him in the conversation with the cubs best player right now, when comparing Bryant and bias, there's a lot of my friends. Like to say this is the golden era of cubs baseball. You won't probably we've never seen an error like this. You may never seen era like this again. That's why you hope you win another championship, and it's not just one. These are the rich people debates. You know what I mean? You know, the rizzo's comparing to Brian's comparing to buy, as and everything like that, but they couldn't they led by his develop remember, like, there was a lot of talk about trading heavier Baya's, but that's the question. Three one two, three three two three seven seven six again, sixty five percent for heavier bias, thirty five percent for Kris Bryant. Really good interview yesterday. Hobbies back in the lineup today. We'll give you the lineup. I want to hear you a wine to play this. So you can hear it on the interview on WGN yesterday. Have your by just what a big surprise at Why's that he was able to pinch hit last night. Hot air bias tonight. Unique game usually play.

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"baya" Discussed on Disconnected

Disconnected

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"baya" Discussed on Disconnected

"I think another I've heard several people say I think it was a good thing where if Baya wear because the game place fine violated just taking the way the game plays made it single player. It's fucking with all the stuff that's causing these issues, and then made a good story to go along with it could have been fine could have been the new Sifi mass effect successor. Or what have you? But it wasn't the decided to go game over story. And there still wasn't much at that. Here's a big problem the sympathizers because there's always a sympathize for everything that I hear for anthem always say this. Well, you know. And subsidy not doing good. It's such an anthem not doing. Well. Did you ask them? Well, no, man. But it's just a shame not doing better. The problem. Your buddy is the fact that lots of people like you that wish the gave did well didn't buy it. Guess what happens when you don't buy a game? And it doesn't sell it doesn't do. Well, and. So when I hear that as a as a as an argument, kind of laughing, I go, wow. You're part of the problem. You're actually causing it. You're causing this. Why ho can you let that string of thought? Open your come out of your mouth and not coho. Yep. I can't have an appearance on the participate. No one's been buying because it's just not you have resident evil to remake the play. Now, you have the five to play. And if you're not a fan of his games, you can play apex or you can play. Four night over one. There's so many other things the planet people investment in time into wanna get an anthem because why and then the hear these stories about it and doesn't make it anymore. But then they still wish it could wish all you want. And again, I propose proposed idea earlier of how could have done well, but just decided not to go that route. And then, of course, people go, well, you can get saved, and that's somebody feasible thing. Now me one of my best examples of that is no man's sky. When that came out an absolutely empty live game. Like didn't Bolivia a lot of stuff they promised most player forget go all developing that however festival were now a couple years later few years later the game so good now. I absolutely the game is so great. It's really shitty. It took that long. I understand why no one wants to give it a chance anymore. But no man's sky is actually really good now into the game lodge like this. It would have went down in the annals of history is a great game. But it didn't and ending with you can hope all you want me. Maybe in thousand patches, it'll be fixed. The problem is I don't think now just me a lot of people. But I don't think the game will live long enough to see that many revisions because EA is not patient. EA all the here's angry shareholders. They'll just gonna kill violent before violent has a chance to fix the game. So I think the Beiber really shot themselves in the foot with this one. It's just a shame. You know, whether it's the breaking the potential bring of console or whether you heard the game was just boring. If you do not by the game for any reason, you not wanna hear it. And you may have all the John's in the world sorry in this match. Brothers term. No. I I remember I used that. You were just like the the what? The light way say my name, but you every excuse on earth, but the long short of it is if you don't buy game, and you don't support it. It's not going to do. Well, as why bio commie every time I haven't replayed it since the original. But I own it on like every platform is because I'm trying to support Capcom, and I'm trying to show them. They fucked by like platinum go. But that's the thing..

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"baya" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"baya" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"So, but it's yeah, he's still super young. Like, there's still plenty of time for him to figure this out in the twins. Keep giving them all the chances in the world. So as they should right now. I don't see any reason that they that they should move away from sano. So I do agree with that with that aspect of it of giving him the playing time right now, but this is a doer dyke season in terms of getting that full runway to do something from a gal for sure let's move on. Let's move onto Ian, have speak in a guys that I'm going to go back into well on after getting burned. I gotta do. Exactly we've already talked about it repeatedly about that. That little trio of Baya's happen all Bs. They were they were going very close. And I was hap- all these all day long, mainly all these. So I didn't get super burned. I got the second best of the group, but got had plenty of hap- shares to and it just wasn't getting by as and of course, he was far and away the best of that trio half. Now does come with an appropriate discount. At least we see some of these guys that, you know, don't pan out to the level that we hope for and then we don't see an appropriate discount because the community at large just says, no, we're all sticking with. It's like dang. That's a lot of things sometimes that. Yeah. Like, everyone still gives me hell about Louis castio getting discount. There's no discount. So it's like people talking about both one. So that one's a little different too, though. Because he he did rebound is much. Give you crap about it. He did rebound in the second half. So I see why there's no discount. I'm just surprised. There's no discount. Yeah. Like, none with with castio. But there is a substantial one with him drop off in the starting pitching that I that that's kind of leading the way like for me. It's like it's the Korea thing where like like crazy. We should be getting a bigger discount on Korea. I think. But people just keep buying in. What would you compare correct it? No. I'm just kidding. When I started. Fourth buck cast that are oh I had an, you know, we talk about it. And we try to tell people not to do things. Like, this doesn't mean we're not guilty of it to some of the times we're talking to ourselves. I had the most f- in confirmation by as possible The the first here. here. First pitch of the season for a Homer, alma genius. The best at fantasy baseball got him. So fucking smart. It's ridiculous. I can't I can't help myself. Oh, so good. I was so geeked..

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"baya" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"baya" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Yes. And he was personally very compelling. Well, yes. Was he one of the pioneers to do this kind of operation? I believe he is the pioneer to do this kind of operation the Baya near well. I guess if you're going to do something like this you'd like to be with one who knows the most about it. So that would be good. Yes. Imagine the nerve the sheer nerve it would take put a body through that process. Every time. He does it. He lays himself on the on line. One hundred percent. I bet you had to sign a lot of releases. Pretty good many. Yes. No. When you went down there to talk to him. What's your expectation that you were going to have this operation right away? Or did. You just think you're gonna go see him, and maybe have some tests, and that sort of thing, and then come home, and then maybe come back and have the operation. I mean, it was like the next day. No, I knew that that I was in a very precarious situation. And that a matter pointing for hours could mean life or death for me so immediately as soon as he can get me in. He did that. And I knew I had no doubt in my mind that I would be put in immediately. What was the last period of time before the anesthetic hit you that is spent with your husband? Well, he they came into the hall to visit with me for a moment where they will media Larr. It was just hugs and kisses and see on the other side. Pretty much. Yeah. Operation or the other side the other Saudi operation. Another peculiar thing about this. Many members of my family were with me. No one had any doubt in their mind. Everything would be fine. Listen, I'm gonna ask a lotta questions through this. And if at any time, you don't wanna if it's too personal. You can tell me to go climate trae. Okay. Well, yes what I'm good at that. Good good. Because I just you know, what you went through is so incredible that I really want to fully understand it. And and I can only do that by I guess, understanding moods. You're you went I understand. It's really important that somebody go into an operation like this with a lot of confidence a lot of hope a lot of good feelings and not negatively back. In fact, I promise doctor spent for that. I would work with him hundred percent if he just make sure and get the buy back. I do the rest does he does. He also believe in that a that a positive attitude is really important for a surgical positive result. Does he certainly does? So that was it. They they they rolled you in. And even though you didn't completely understand what they were gonna do. You did. At least understand your heart was gonna come to a stop, right. I've had that that would be a temporary situation. You promised me. Get me back. I believe I believe and he believed I believed, but still he didn't give you the downside risk. He didn't tell you any anything at all about, you know, when we go into the hospital.

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"baya" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"baya" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"And because I think there's an interesting interesting discussion to be had with the pair with bregman or with Baya's excuse me at fifteen and Bryant twenty picks later at thirty five. My question, then is what's the better bet by as maintaining his superstardom here or Bryant coming back up and and catching him maybe meeting in the middle by as comes back. Bryant surges up. How do you? How do you see these to hear what he thinks the better bet between those two four nineteen. If Ryan's healthy. And supposedly he is then it's Bryant I just think that particularly at the discount, right? Oh for sure. And I just think that if there's going to be a season in which Kris Bryant puts it all together and hits forty five. Maybe fifty home runs. It's it's in his skill set to do that. I he supposedly is healthy. I don't know if it's going to be this year. But I think that is the upside for him, and I just don't know that with how the heavy by has plate skills and discipline that he is going to be able to maintain all of the gains. We saw last year last year was dream season for him. And you know, I'll be the first admit I was wrong on him last year. I'm still not paying for last year's production. See that's the problem. Like, I I got no problems in meeting that I that I missed on bias. And I went with teammate, Ian, hab or Ozzie Albee's those during were going together. And I didn't. Get anybody as I got the other two guys multiple times lost. I I lost that one hundred percent. Coming back though. I don't know if I'm running back at pick fifteen and not that I think he's going to flop and be you know, the hundred fiftieth hitter for hobby or bias because we've seen advancements pretty much every year. And I think that forty two percent strikeout rate from two hundred twenty nine point appearances back in fourteens still burns in the head of some folks. I don't think that's fair to really hold over by us anymore. Right. He's been a consistent like midway. You know, capable twenty four twenty eight twenty six the last three seasons like you can live with that with the power and other production that he'd gets, but he doesn't walk and I do think it breeds volatility. Now does he go back to the two seventy three of previous years and hit twenty four homers so slice off ten and of course with that? You would bring down the runs in Rb is like what is your projection for bias? Then if you're not paying this premium what are you project that he's going to.

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Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan

"Where good taste never goes out of fashion now the news officials have identified two climbers who died when they fell for milk capitan in yosemite national park the cameras name saturday were forty six year old jason wells of boulder and forty two year old tim kline palmdale california more from correspondent bill michaels rangers received multiple nine one one calls that two climbers had fallen while climbing the free blast route the investigation is ongoing and no further details were immediately available it was the second fatal incident and you seventy national park in just over a week president trump is at camp david this weekend as he prepares for the singapore summit he said friday that the nuclear summit with north korean leader kim jong un is back on for june twelfth in singapore president said talks with kim may take more than one meeting and call the summit the start of a process i'm barton eckerd bloomberg sports update make five straight a winning decisions for masahiro tanaka as now seven and two pitching five and a third is a yankees baltimore at camden yards eight to five it's also five at owen road starts this season he gave up four runs on eight hits with seven strikeouts over five and a third helped down offensively by miguel and do harm and giancarlo stanton who both a two run homers the os have lost seven in a row domingo herrmann will pitch later today against alex cobb the cubs in fourteen innings scott by the mets semedo one in that fourteenth albert al mora and ben zobrist had tworun doubles havi are baya's with a two run homer jacob degrom went seven innings allow the one ronnie struck out thirteen michael conforto with a home run to tie the game in the sixth inning in the stanley cup final washington at home with a three one win over the vegas golden knights if kenny kuznetsov contributing your goal landon assist alex oh venture can also scored as do devan anti smith pelly caps nellie two games to one they'll hosts game four on monday night it'll be game two of the wars and cavaliers later tonight golden state will be home again leading one game on they cavs lebron james trying to put that game.

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