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A highlight from Real Estate Agents Complete Door Knocking Guide (Part 4)
"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. We are back. And actually we are picking up where we left off a week ago when we were talking about door knocking. And I have to say, Julie, the door knocking podcast series that you wrote has become one of our biggest downloaded and listened to podcasts. And now it's quickly becoming one of our biggest downloaded and viewed YouTube videos, which it is something door knocking and learning how to be a proactively generator is definitely something that everyone wants to know how to do, needs to know how to do, because really a lot of the passive lead generation stuff from social and from buying leads, it's had its day in the sun, all these passive ideas and as the economy changes, as the housing market changes, people are realizing they are going to have to actually get off their dust and learn how to be proactively generators and had to have real meaningful conversations with real estate perspective, real estate clients. And in doing so, and I know you're reading this as well from our people who email us and text us and all the rest of it, they're having more expensive, more expensive, right? They're having more success from that experience faster than they thought. They that they had no clue, frankly, that they're going to be able to generate so many leads so quick. Yes, absolutely. And here's the thing. This doesn't cost you anything. Right. And at the same time, there's so many added benefits. For example, of course, your skills are going to increase your ability to have really great, valuable conversations about real estate. That's going to get better and better with every conversation you have. Of course, we all know that most real estate transactions do indeed come from a face to face conversation about real estate. Most people will choose to work with the first person they talk to about their situation. Your job is to be that person. And another great byproduct of this, Tim, is that it creates a lot of lead follow up for these guys where also you have a high likelihood of setting your next appointments from. But, you know, really, all those things are the practical, tactical reasons you want to, you know, door knock or do any kind of proactive lead generation. But I'll say the biggest psychological mindset reason why is because a lot of agents right now, most agents right now are looking for a sense of direction. They feel the markets change. I mean, really, I don't know. Did I tell you this, Jules? They're originally they were expecting there to be five point five million home sales this year. And now they're actually projecting. I believe it's NAR that's projecting now it's only five million home sales. So five hundred thousand fewer home sales. But that's actually a million home sales fewer than last year or something like that. So you're talking about a very significant number of real estate agents who won't be doing real estate transactions at all. And a lot of the agents who are listening to us right now and are in the business have only been in real estate, frankly, for the last five years or less. And if you've not sold real estate for more than really 15 years, you've not sold real estate during a transitioning market, you're at an advantage and you're at a disadvantage. And the disadvantage is, you know, or the advantage is you don't have the battle scars, you know, so you don't have the bad memories of what that market's like. But the disadvantage is, is you don't know how different things really can be and how quickly they can change. And if you've been in real estate only in the really the last five or even 10 years, you've come up during a very sort of bizarre time in the real estate industry because there's been this advent of all this lead buying and team building and branding and marketing. These things really have hit their peak. Why? Because there was so much money that was in real estate, so many agents looking to spend money, so many agents not really understanding how to decide what they should spend their money on, if they should spend their money at all on anything. And so as a result, that's brought in a lot of these businesses that were venture funded. And, you know, I don't want to bore all of you, but the moral of the story is a lot of those businesses are washing out a lot of these ideas that never really worked in real estate, even in the best of times, are really going to prove out not to work certainly in a changing market like we're experiencing now. That's the reason every single one of you need to accept the fact that we're in a new market. And that's fantastic. There's going to be fewer transactions in most of the country. And that's actually not a bad thing either when you take into consideration that your biggest competitor, for the most part, isn't the seasoned grizzled veteran. Your biggest competitor is the other agent who just got their license or maybe the other agent who the seller might know because their kids played together or just some social connection. But as those types of agents who aren't really serious about the business get out of the business, the ones that have skills are actually they're absolutely going to clean up. That's the reason that during a market shift like this, you always see. Well, you see one or two things. You see new kings crowned, new queens crowned in the marketplaces. Those are the agents that were able to adapt to the new market, learn the new skills. They didn't wait around for the market to change back the way it was. They said, this is what it is. I'm going to make the most of it. And then sometimes you also see the agents who are at the top of the market, who are the actual dominant agents. They actually start to get more market share. So you could. But here's where it's interesting. It's fascinating. I have to be careful saying this because it offends some people, but it's still true. A lot of what happens in a market like this are the dug in grizzled teams and brokers refuse to change. They still try to carry their old way of thinking and their old expense structure into this new market. And when they do that and the new market essentially doesn't allow them to, frankly, make it work cash flow wise, they go out of business and they have to hit a hard reset on their personal and business lives. I'll suggest if you're in that bucket, if you're in that bracket, if you're realizing that you're essentially trying to model your business after something that worked in the past market, you need to take a seriously hard look at adapting very quickly to the new realities. Otherwise, frankly, you're going to most likely suffer needlessly. Don't wait to learn what I just said is true. Get ahead of whatever is going to happen next, because, guys, a million fewer transactions is a million fewer transactions. That's a lot of transactions that are leaving the marketplace. And a lot of you, again, have been buying your business and the quality of the leads. Have you noticed the quality, especially the buyer leads has really gone to pot? Well, that's just going to get worse as well. So please, please, please, please don't wait to experience hardship to realize what I'm telling you is true. Take action on all that now. So we're going to get back to door knocking. And this is the last part of our four part series. So, Julie, point number 13. Yes, part four point number 13 post on social media, especially on YouTube, a video of you starting to prospect a specific neighborhood. This should be you in front of the neighborhood sign or something recognizable about where you are. Share some fast facts and explain that you'll be there this afternoon, connecting with all of the neighbors and answering any real estate questions. Give your mobile number posted on all of your social media. And of course, you can refer to our podcast series about how to utilize videos for real estate agents. Now, let's I'm going to talk real briefly about this. First of all, YouTube is now migrating towards trying to be a little tick tocky. And so is Instagram. In other words, it's starting to give more priority to short videos, which is perfect because short videos don't have to be really produced at a high level. It's great. And what Julie just said, why are we telling you to do this? Because what's going to happen is as you're door knocking and getting to know the neighbors and essentially building your centers of influence and past clients, they're most likely going to do a little bit of googling on you to find out what your your story is. And so if you created a lot of these little short snippet, you know, tick tock type videos and they're on Instagram, they're on YouTube and maybe even on tick tock, what's going to happen is those search results will come up and they're going to see your very proactive in the community. You get it? So all we're trying to do is use the social to reinforce, use the passive, the social media to reinforce the proactive, which is you door knocking. That is closing the loop. That's creating a Web. Now, there is a way to do these videos. And Julie gave you some ideas. We also include in our premier coaching, which is free for all of you, a 12 month social media marketing plan. It's something a lot of you, frankly, are struggling with because you don't know what to talk about, what to do. And we give you a lot of great ideas, kind of model out your entire year what you should be doing. I just gave you some ideas right there. If you want to join premier coaching for free, you heard that right. For free, simply text the word premier to four seven three seven two. Text the word premier to four seven three seven two. Or you can always go to members dot Tim and Julie Harris dot com if you don't want to text or if you're outside of the continental United States. But the easiest way for sure is just to text the word premier p r e m i e r to four seven three seven two. And when you do, we'll text you back a link. You click that link and you can join premier coaching and usually about 20, 22 seconds and you will have instant access to premier coaching, which includes a daily semi private coaching call daily, as in every workday, Monday through Friday, semi private coaching call. You have immediate access to our private members only Facebook groups. You have immediate access to the scripts, the objection handlers. A lot of the things that we talk about on this podcast you get for free. So don't wait on this. This is a perfect time of year for you to be getting your skills 100 percent in alignment with this new market. So text the word premier to four seven three seven two. Remember, when texting message and data rates may apply. Yes. So back to point number 13, just for a second. So let's say that you went door knocking today in Oak Creek. You talked about it. You gave some fast facts. You let everybody know you'll be there this afternoon. Well, maybe this weekend somebody in Oak Creek is thinking about listing their property. One of the first things they're going to do is go to Google and say agents or realtors or real estate agents in Oak Creek. They want to know who actually sells that area. And guess whose video is going to pop up, assuming that you did point number 13. Well, you know, you're going to get me we're never going to move past 13. But this is really this is such a sweet thing that she just said. You all should do this experience or experiment. Go to your phone, go to open up Chrome, assuming you have that on your phone, and then do a search for Julius using Oak Creek. I mean, Oak Creek's a subdivision we used to sell in. But use the name of a subdivision in a community, like as if you were a buyer looking. And then what I want you to notice is the first ads that come up are the pay -per -click ads. And then after that, what you're going to see is usually in the second or usually the first, second or third search results, you're going to see search results from YouTube. In other words, you're going to see that Google is starting to give priority to these short little snippet videos that I just described to you, and they're prioritizing the videos above the normal search results. In other words, you're going to get primo search results. Why? Because they want people to click search results and they know people will click video search results, like at a 5 to 1 ratio, more than a textural search result. So you need to be doing these little short videos in conjunction with what you're already doing. Now, it's not enough just to do the video. You're going to have to use a system like the one Julie and I use is called vidIQ to make sure you're getting all the YouTube SEO stuff right. You have to title it right. You have to put in tags. It's all very... None of that's hard, though. Oh, it's super simple. I mean, frankly, if you and I know how to do it. Right. And vidIQ is so cheap, I don't even remember how much it costs. There's a free version. OK, there you go. And we're not we're not affiliated with vidIQ. It's just vidIQ. And then it'll tell you essentially how to make it so that your videos get higher placement. The key is always to have very drilled down titles in your descriptions saying today I'm door knocking and getting to know the neighbors in Oak Creek subdivision nothing and a lot of you know, you don't need a lot of blithering and blathering, just very three or four lines. And then you want to put your links. You want to if you'd like to contact me about home for sale in Oak Creek or if you're thinking about selling your home in Oak Creek and then give your cell phone number, things like that. And what you'll find is you'll start generating leads from your YouTube. But what you're really trying to do is close the loop. Door knock. Hello. Hi, it's Bob at my door. Bob's here to provide me some information about recent home sales. Bob's, you know, very nice, very approachable. I like Bob. Bob's great. He's obviously trying to do a great job getting home sold in our community. Well, I'm more curious. I'm curious about Bob before I actually want to further my relationship with him. I have my phone in my pocket. I pull it out. I Google Bob's name, but I find Bob's actually very proactive. You guys get it. This is all free. Every single thing we told you how to do so far is free. Yes. And the super cool thing about doing the video in addition or in conjunction with your actual door knocking is that that video is going to live on and the search results will live on. So it gives a boost to that door knocking. OK, point number 14, door knock the neighborhood prior to all of your open houses. Again, give out a flyer with the stats for the neighborhood and add your home brochure for the home that you'll hold open. Ask who they know who you should invite to the open house. Ask permission to place your directional signs in the yards. And don't forget to ask, who do you know who could use my help buying or selling real estate? Well, let me give you a little bit of an enhancement to this. Now, this will work pretty much in all price ranges. But what our best age we have agents that are making, you know, millions of dollars per year. One of their primary lead drivers is doing exactly what we talk about. One of the things you want to do, it works sometimes unbelievably well in certain neighborhoods, usually more expensive neighborhoods realistically. But one of the things you want to do is you want to have a neighbors only open house prior to the main open house. And so what you can do is you can go and door knock the neighbors, invite them to the open house, and then by inviting them to the open house, you're going to maybe have the open house, the normal one for the public open from one till four, where you're going to have the neighbors only open house from, say, you know, 12 till one or something like that. What you're doing is you're just showing that you're more proactive and you're getting to know all the neighbors and the neighbors are going to think, you know what? This gives me the opportunity to go through that house and look in their garage and see if they ever gave me my mower back or my, you know, search for that search for the missing, you know, whatever, see if my neighbors accidentally snatched it. That's a bad joke, but you guys get the point. What we're really trying to do is position you, put you in. You're now door knocking. You're now having conversations. You're now delivering value to people. You're now being the person you want to be and you're working in the communities you want to work. You're actually doing real work of real estate. How does that make you feel? How does that make you feel versus, say, for example, working on your CRM more or less confident? How does that make you feel knowing you're having direct conversations with people versus, say, building a big funnel that hopefully maybe you're going to spend a bunch of money trying to get people to go into so you can drip on them door knocking, having real proactive conversations. It immediately energizes you, immediately makes you more in alignment with your highest and truest purpose in this planet, which is being of service to other people. Point number fifteen. Yes, and number fifteen is a mindset point. Believe that door knocking works and it will work. How you speak with someone when you're prospecting is greatly influenced by how you're thinking about what you're doing. Napoleon Hill said, what the mind can conceive and believe it can achieve. You'll have more energy and enthusiasm when you're all in versus I'm going to try it out or I'll see how it goes. I'm just going to do this for one day and see whether it works or not. So believe that it's working. Be consistent about it and your your attitude about it will cause you to have better results. And also with regards to that, when you're door knocking, use the scripts that we give you. We talked about those a little bit on the first couple of shows of the series, but obviously these are all waiting for you over on premier coaching and all of you are ready to join premier coaching. Don't wait. Just text the word premier to four seven three seven two and you can join right away. Remember when texting message and data rates may apply. Yes. Now our final point, number sixteen is number sixteen in a four part series because it's a bit more advanced. It's also one of my favorite points about door knocking. You can create a neighborhood directory as a way to get everyone's contact information and connect the community. This can be digital and or hard copy. It's a great excuse to door knock and you're providing value to the community. You can include a map of the neighborhood, phone numbers to the utility companies who service the neighborhood and a section for other recommended providers like the sprinkler guy, a pool guy, a painter, a dog walker, a babysitter. And of course, your real estate ad with testimonials will be in that section as well. Or you could put it in the back cover as directory sponsored by Bob Smith of Exp Realty, for example. This is why hard copy is nice. It stays in their kitchen with your information on it and they use it all the time. They're not going to throw it out. This is such a huge idea when you do it well. And of course, Julie and I did this as well. And yes, we could have leaned into one of those online portals. What was the one that was in Georgetown, like nextdoor .com and they provide. But they're keeping all of that pertinent information behind a paywall and you're not in control of it. So really, what you want to do is there's a couple of different ways to go about this. I would say you'll experience, again, depending on the price range, you're going to experience 50 percent of the people are going to be very apprehensive about giving their information out. So here's the move is you want to essentially create a fill in the blank flyer and the fill in the blank flyer has no required information. Now, you can have an address associated with a name. You don't have to have their permission to say one, two, three Elm Street is lived in by Bob and Betty Jones. Right. You can do that. All their other information, they have to decide whether they want to share it, their phone numbers, their email addresses, whatever else it is. So you will door knock and you will say we're putting together a directory as a community service. And this directory is only going to be given to people in the neighborhood. It's not going to be shared any other way. It's only going to be in print format. It's not going to be a digital format. No one's going to be able to essentially email it or anything like that. So you don't have to worry about any nefarious marketing that might happen as a result of it. This is just for the neighborhood. In addition to that, we're going to include a list of the service providers. So if you've got any on the same fill in the blank thing, who is your favorite babysitter? Who's your favorite roofer? Who is your preferred landscaper? Who is your preferred all the rest of it? Right. If you're from Columbus, Ohio, like where Julie and I are from, who's the best, most reliable person that's going to show up in the middle of the night and move the 14 feet of snow off your driveway, all that sort of thing. Right. Give them the babysitters, all these types of things. But that's really valuable. You know, I mean, how many times do you, oh, I got to go Google that and then I've got to look at reviews and I got to sift and sort all that out. What if you knew, and we talk about this all the time, that when somebody needs a service provider, what do they do? Who do I already know? If I don't already know somebody, I'm going to ask a trusted friend or advisor. I'm probably going to ask a neighbor because they're going to know who services the community. So this is a really valuable thing for you to put together. That will have shelf life. And of course, you can sponsor the back cover. You can include yourself in the service providers. There's lots of ways you can work this. And so you can you should do this. This is just thinking big here. You should do this every year. Now, when Julie and I did this, what we did was we do it. Actually, I don't think we updated it every year. I think we updated it like every 18 months or 24 months. But it was it was obviously completely voluntary. At first, people were apprehensive and then they felt left out. They had FOMO if not being in the directory.
Fresh update on "betty" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"We don't celebrate the death of our political adversaries. We are not on the left. We wish her family well. It's her I pray for her in eternity. I have no idea what any decisions she made at the end of her life but let's focus on her political career. Dianne Feinstein here's a fact. She was a United States Senator longer than I have been alive 31 years. That means today Friday September 29th is the first day that I am alive that Dianne Feinstein is not a U.S. Senator. Think about that. My entire life every single day has been filled with Senator Dianne Feinstein. Her whole life was about advancing in politics and she was pretty good at it really ambitious scrappy willing to make deals. She kind of made a whole campaign around an extension of the feminine mystique. We've kind of played around with this feminine mystique modern woman doctrine that was composed by Betty Friedan. If you want to know where the American feminist movement started, the feminine mystique is a really good place as a genesis and origination. A lot of it came out of California and Dianne Feinstein was perfectly positioned in California. Former mayor of San Francisco similar to Gavin Newsom. She was actually a better mayor than Gavin Newsom was. San Francisco is still a respectable city back then but it was all about progress all about bringing forth the revolution. In 1978 she held a press conference following the killing of San Francisco mayor George Muskon and supervisor Harvey Milk. Muskon's designated successor was in office a few feet away from the shooting. She said, I heard shots. I heard three, Feinstein said. In 79 all throughout gay power there is this one thing she was one of the leaders of the gay power march of 15,000 marchers also carrying candles during a march to remember Harvey Milk. Harvey Milk was not a good guy. Let's just be clear, this whole romanticizing of Harvey Milk is honestly reprehensible and disgusting. That's a separate show for a different time. But Dianne Feinstein dedicated her life to the revolution. We've said many times that we are living through a cultural revolution. Honestly, she would be one of the top 10 most important people that dedicated every ounce of being to immunizing the eschaton. Now that is a rather wonky academic term that William F Buckley used to say which means we're trying to immunize the perfection. For Christians out there you know what the eschaton is. That is when Christ will come again. They're trying to bring forth utopia on earth. Feinstein looked at her entire career as a way to accelerate the progressive revolution. Abortion was one of her biggest issues obviously and not just safe legal and rare abortion. We're talking about the most radical unthinkable heinous abortion practices. Abortion right up until the baby is born. She also focused a ton of attention especially in 2012 through 14 on gun confiscation. Especially after the Sandy Hook shooting when she still had a little bit of spirit she led all in on trying to confiscate our weapons. Now before I get misunderstood by making it seem as if I'm giving some sort of a positive reflection on Dianne Feinstein's life, I think it's important to note that it's hard to find a figure in modern politics who loved power, who loved being a politician, who dedicated their life to the expansion of the state and the destruction and the refounding of America as much as Dianne Feinstein. Maybe Nancy Pelosi interestingly enough from the same city. Maybe Pelosi. Feinstein believed that political power was the most important thing a human being can engage in. And you think about it, part of this is actually really sad. While I don't believe that retirement is something that we should necessarily overly platform in our country, I think some people retire when there is way too much potential still left. I don't think that it's a good thing to say that someone who is cognitively impaired had one of the most important positions in the entire U.S. government. Instead of her spending her last few years with her grandkids, she was too busy on subcommittees about renaming post offices and sending foreign aid to Namibia or Kenya. But for her that was the most important thing. For her being a senator all up until her death was the ultimate purpose because she believed, as Hagel believed, that the state is the closest thing to God on this earth. Now all the eulogies are coming in for Dianne Feinstein. They're saying she is a an amazingly dedicated leader, she's an inspiration to women everywhere, and that's an interesting question. Is Dianne Feinstein a good role model for women? Is Dianne Feinstein somebody that we should lift up like Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Nancy Pelosi? You see, you look at how the media goes all in on the eulogizing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Feinstein, perfect examples, incredibly radical. They want young women to look up to them. Why? Because they dedicated every ounce of their being towards activism, towards revolutionary-type posture. And you're starting to see the news coverage, I'm trying to find it, it was in the cold open, this is a very long cut sheet, but you heard it say she was a trailblazer for women. And again, I'm not celebrating the death of anybody, I don't like it. But it's worth asking, did Dianne Feinstein live a good life? Did she live a virtuous life? Did what she dedicated herself to make America less free or more free? And more importantly, what is the legacy of Dianne Feinstein? Is it the fact that she had a Chinese driver for over 20 years? You think about it, they say she was a trailblazer, she trailblazed for women by sitting in an office so nobody else could have it. And this is not just isolated to Dianne Feinstein, this is in both political parties. And now I'm about to get into a topic that I don't think is going to be very warmly received by a lot of you, but it needs to be said, which is when you have people like Mitch McConnell and Dianne Feinstein that are far past their prime, that make the Senate look more like a nursing home with votes than actually a place where robust debate occurs and the representation of voters, that is a bad thing for the country. It's a very bad thing. Now I say this because some of you are going to say, Charlie, you know, respect your elders. I respect my elders so much that I don't want to have them go through the pain of having to sit on some committee where they obviously are not understanding every word. Mitch McConnell is short-circuiting on a regular basis now. Dianne Feinstein was unable to even hear questions recently as much a couple months ago. Joe Biden. What I'm getting at is that we have a nursing home ruling class running America right now, and that is not healthy. We are a great country with tons of energy and potential, people that are willing to work the 20-hour days, people that want to start to give their all. But the people that are still at the top level of society are disproportionately mentally incapable, physically incapable at governing their best. And there's another very interesting wrinkle to this, because you would think, you would think that when you have a bunch of elderly people, again there's nothing inherently wrong with it, Chuck Grassley would be the exception. He has more energy than most 30-year-olds that I know, so he's an exception. But large in part, Biden, Pelosi, McConnell, and now the deceased Feinstein, not the best America has to offer. But what's amazing is that you would think when you have elderly people, they would be temperamentally conservative and politically conservative. It's the opposite.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 07/20/23
"Happy birthday, Kim. When I say being nice to her, I wanted to do this instead of one of the fingernails on a blackboard songs of my entire life, Betty Davis Eyes. Yikes. I don't know what it is about it. I just don't know what it is about it. It is kryptonite to me. Do you have a problem with Betty Davis? No. Do you ever see Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? I love Betty Davis. Martin Short. I heard Martin Short on a podcast talking to somebody, I think Conan, talking about how he was on Johnny Carson. And this kind of television will never happen again, where you have an evening of TV and somebody with the heft of Johnny Carson is talking to Betty Davis and then bringing in the hot fresh new talent that is Martin Short. And I think someone I don't know who had dared Martin Short, I'll give you $100, if you will do a Betty Davis impersonation to Betty Davis. And so he comes in and looks over at Betty. And this is so weird because the guests, when you're done as a guest, you don't leave. You just move down the couch, which is also a strange thing. Martin Short leans over and says, well, it's certainly a pleasure to meet you. And she has no idea. She says, well, it's wonderful to meet you as well. I mean, she has no idea that Martin Short is actually dead. And he starts doing some impressions and then Betty Davis leans over and says, well, could you do me? It's like, OK, just one of those late night stories of the time you'll never get again. Martin Short is, I believe, the funniest guy in the universe. So talented. He has a character named Jiminy Glick. And I swear he patterned, he's a closet Mike Gallagher Show listener because he patterned Jiminy Glick after me. Let me go through the list of comparisons. First of all, he never met a donut he didn't like. Jiminy Glick is married to like Dee Dee. And of course, I was married to Denise. He's got four sons, Matthew, Modine, Michael and they're all with like them. And of course, I have Micah, Matthew, Trevor and Brian. And he's an egotistical blowhard. So there's that, too. I think he absolutely patterned Jiminy Glick. But have you ever seen the Jiminy Glick interviews? I mean, he's this big fat. Yes, the prosthetics are just amazing. With the oversized glasses and he's shoving donuts in his mouth while he's interviewing all these stars. And it's I mean, he he had a one man show on Broadway once that that I saw that was just one of the best things I'd ever. He's a funny, funny guy. Real, real. All right. Well, speaking of gems. So yesterday we've got the IRS whistleblowers who proved over and over again that the entire Biden family is sorry, garbage. The same goes for rotten Merrick Garland and the corrupt Christopher Wray. And of course, do you realize that CNN, MSNBC, the mainstream media, they didn't touch it? They didn't touch the whistle mark testimony. Can you imagine? I thought they I thought the left like whistleblowers. They like some whistleblowers.
Scholar Thomas Howard Shares His Sister's Tragic Story
"People watching probably don't know that you have a famous, at least one famous sibling. Can you tell us about Elizabeth Elliott? Yes. Betty, as we called her in the family, is the second oldest of our six children. And it was interesting. She and I in this family of six offspring, she and I had a very intriguing, a very close relationship. We were, she was the second oldest and I was the second youngest, but there was something about the love of words and all sorts of things. I mean, she's most famous for people who don't know for her book Gates of Splendor, I guess is the title. Through Gates of Splendor. About the murder of her husband. Tell us about that. Well, she was married to a chap named Jim Elliott. They both went to Wheaton College together. As did you. Yes. And he was one of five young American men who in 1956, I think it was, they were in mission work in Ecuador, in the Ecuadorian jungle, the Amazonian jungle. And they were trying to make a contact, a friendly contact with a tribe there that are popularly called the Alcas. The Alca Indians. They call themselves Walrani, but most people know them as the Alcas. And these five fellows made a very carefully orchestrated and cautious and hesitant attempt to make a friendly contact with them. And they were afraid of all outsiders, even other Indians. This was in the eastern jungle of Ecuador. And to make a long story short, they, in their attempt to approach the Alca Indians, as they were called, they called themselves Walrani, they were all speared to death, these fellows. They were all killed. Yeah, all five of them. All five of them. I didn't remember that. And your brother -in -law was one of those five, Jim Elliott. That's, you know, you don't hear very much about missionaries being killed these days. It's sort of like a 19th century British joke. But as recently as 1956 this happened,
The Rise of Ordinal Inscriptions
"Give us a lay of the land on ordinals what's going on this week. So I guess refresher like water ordinal drying or nose is just kind of like an accountant standard of looking at Bitcoin, right? There's been no changes to Bitcoin that relate to this. It's kind of like you're running outside software and you're just looking at the chain a little bit. And the way you look at that is by numbering Bitcoin supply from zero to 21 million. And it's actually the smallest denomination of Bitcoin. So like one sat right to the 8th decimal place. But it's actually one that my math was right, like 2.1 quadrillion, something like that. And the idea is that if you do that, you have an idea of a certain code for each unit, then there's a kind of by nature non thunderbolt. them. And so the whole ordinal staying what people are doing where they were inscribing the sads, they're using some pretty sophisticated methods. And embedding them with different files. And so this started the wave, a lot called inscriptions, on Bitcoin, which have some, I guess, competition with the NFT space on other platforms where you can have like a jpeg attached to essentially a token, which in the sense it is a top sheet. Okay, so that's like the background, right? And then what happened lately is people doing kind of what the old operator and protocol is used to do, where, instead of just having kind of an NFT comment like a persistent jpeg attached to a specific satoshi, they were attaching fungible tokens, you're issuing an asset. Think of like a stablecoin or like a meme corner or something like that. And this was how tether kind of first originated on Bitcoin. And so the standard came out called BRC 20, kind of a nod to the ERC 20 standard on Ethereum that is how assets get issued there. And so let's see, instead of in Betty in like a jpeg file type to a satoshi, they would embed like a JSON, right? Like a certain text. That was structured in the same way each time. So you could basically trace and see these assets, whether it be a mint or a transfer, et cetera. If you're a programmer, it's just a dictionary, right? JSON. And so what's happened is people are basically minting a bunch of assets.
Jerry Ford's Surprising Relationships & Decisions
"That was it. And I do want to talk about two incidents which are separated by hundreds of pages. The gridiron in 1976, Chevy Chase's roasting him and Ford just completely self deprecates it. We look for the audio and we couldn't find it probably not there. And then flash forward decades and Chevy Chase is a patient at the Betty Ford center. Jerry Ford here watching misses Chevy Chase and Betty Ford trying to fix the video camera and Chevy wants to intervene in the president says, no, let's leave that alone. That's a very funny anecdote, Richard Norton Smith. Well, so what, you know, what has that's one of the things people will discover that there was a relationship with Chevy Chase. A lot of the relationships, Hugh Carey, democratic governor of New York, who was sparring with Ford across publicly over New York dropped dead, the whole headline, the Ford never said. The amazing thing. You carry voted for it. Against Jimmy Carter. Hugh Carey told me Jerry Ford has never gotten the credit he deserved for saving New York. What she meant was saving New York from itself by applying a tough love policy. He lost New York State and with it he lost the presidency in 76, but it's one of the decisions that look awfully good. 30 or 40 years old. There are many. We're going to talk
MI5 lost chance to stop Grande concert attack, inquiry says
"And inquiry has found that Britain's domestic intelligence agency did not act swiftly enough on key information that could have prevented the Manchester arena suicide bombing in 2017. The report found that one officer from Britain's MI 5 intelligence agency considered arena suicide bomber Salman abedi to be a security concern, however, a retired judge says the officer did not discuss these concerns with colleagues quickly enough. The inquiry concluded that if MI 5 acted on the intelligence it received, it could have led to a Betty being stopped at Manchester airport on his return from Libya just four days before the attack, a lawyer representing 11 of the bereaved families said the report was a devastating conclusion for the loved ones of the victims,
Bart Herbison and Doug Share Stories About Elvis
"And I share a my birthday in his death day. August 16th. August 16th, he died on my birthday. And I told the story the other day on one of the podcasts about my next door neighbor Beatty, who, again, lucky you loved Elvis and everything and she came running across all my birthday party. He's dead, he's dead. He's dead. We thought it was. I mean, I thought of her husband and died and it was Betty talking about Elvis and died. And so, you know, the sharing this. So the last part where they actually showed real video of him in those last concerts where he was bloated. He was there. I mean, some of those actually, those are memories are not memories for me. Those are actually, I saw those concerts. That's all. So it was really, really interesting to just see. Well, one last Elvis plug and a story. Peter go around a controversial author. And he was very controversial when he wrote to John Lennon book and the Elvis book too. There's two Elvis books, careless love, and last train of Memphis. There are over a thousand pages, and they're so thorough. It's like he was in the room, so he tells everything good, bad and different. And I particularly love a lot of the stories he told in the famous RCA studio B across the street from my headquarters. And here's one. I got the privilege of knowing Chad Atkins a little bit. One of my mentors, the late Joe Talbot, took me to launch at a place called I forget what it was mauds down on music grow. It's not there anymore. And chat was there. They had a standing launch every Friday they were in town. I couldn't make this up. He sit there playing his guitar at the table quietly. And I looked at Joe and he goes, that's why he's Chad and he plays everywhere. So Chad is the only major artist I've ever heard of that wanted a closing act. Chet went to bed at 8 o'clock if he could. 8 30, he was a country farmer, got up in the wee hours, three or 4 o'clock in the morning. And so Elvis is showing up late or wants to record at ten, 11, 12 may not show up, sits in their place gospel songs all night, and he can't stay awake at 2 o'clock in the morning. So he calls Elvis's team and RCA and goes, look, I like the kid. And at that time, Nashville did not embrace Elvis. They threw him off the grand Ole opry. They didn't know what he was. But Chet liked him and saw that he was about to change music, but he said, I don't care. 11 o'clock tonight, I don't remember if it was four or 5 songs we do them and we're out.
"betty" Discussed on The Trying Scotsman Podcast
AJ's Thoughts on Bob Saget's Unexpected Death
"It blew my mind to get the news tonight that bob died. I have a couple of stories about bob, really not really anything worth talking about. He dated a girl for a minute that I dated her for a minute and you know I met him at the mansion and she had told me a story one time where she was in his office at his TV show and she was much younger than he was like 18 years younger or some shit. And he was nervous the executives were going to see and he told her to get in the closet and hide and she told me that story and when I met him we had we hit it off at the mansion one night and I said you know I kind of hung out with a girl you dated. He goes, let me guess and he said the name is a that's her. I said does the story about you putting her in the closet town familiar? He goes, AJ, I wish I kept through in the closet. She's fucking nuts. I said, I know, and she was. I went out with her once and never saw her again. And then he proceeded to be as filthy as you could imagine a comedian ever could be. Bob Saget was so gifted at being filthy, better than most comics you've ever heard in your life. I'm not gonna lie and say we were friends. But I'm also not gonna sit here and act like it's no big deal that all these big names have gone in the first ten days of this new year. When we say Joan didion and Betty White at Sidney Poitier Peter that black Donovan and Bob Saget, I don't think one of them died of COVID. I'm sure some of them might have had it when they died, so let's get to hear those fucking bullshit excuses, but the point is, I don't know if I'm sacking to be a party. I don't know him to be a Coke user or a pill popper, but I will say this. With nothing out yet, he was 65, I'm 59. You can't do Coke this late in our life because bad things can happen. If it comes back if there's anything in his system, I will not be surprised. And I'll tell you why, not because I know him to be the kind of guy who would do that. I do not know him to be that kind of guy. Maybe it is youth, but not in the last 20 years.
Tonio Liuzzi on His F1 Career
"Today i'm joined by two special guests. The first italian driver who started his home pre five times between two thousand six and two thousand eleven in three different teams for going onto rice in twelve endurance. Championship super-g t on formula e v antonio While concern you drank your mess You i'm the second-guessed jonathan. Oh boy who covered. Tony are in formula one at the time And i guess the first time you would have been counted him would be back in two thousand and two macau pre. Yeah i think so. I mean high high tiny macau macau. I've done we'll try to help with coach times but tried to just to kind of meet a lot of the the young rising hotshots coming up and remember much of two thousand and two i think. At the time tonio beat michael schumacher that karting world championship. Macau such a such a big race. Although it wasn't one of his one of his best we can in terms results is always a great great experience race. In macau isn't i think he's one of the race. You can never forget the management the once and it was really shocking experience. 'cause michael is a really unique circuit. I was coming from Wait betty seasoning from what the german former the and whenever after macau and they said the circuit as a while was reading. Grandma goes you can expected to dugan southie like that because there's no more nicole in comparison do my cow that can be For the ball goes. Mcconnell is really unique is really scanty when you're driving with a former foam tree that these much slower than a foam once by taft It wasn't incredible experiences. I was lucky that we can cause in for session. Also sabido many steak because they wanted to offer that acting the first session and Michael the the The the let me do it. Because i i guess the i manage blue there for station in this white or the remaining as was climbing up in terms of speed
Tampa Rays Beat Boston Red Sox 6-1
"The tampa bay rays the defending champions the american league unequivocally the league's best team they faced the red sox last night and louise patino a key. Piece acquired in the deal with the padres was outstanding tremendous stuff in the raise dismantle boston. Nick better first brandon lau is rocketed the right sterner betty the budweiser ports pets up. And that's where it landed. I swing here. The i just wanted to bud light. It's one nothing race. They will six twenty. Da the raise win that game six to one before the game. The red sox announced that. Closer matt barnes was played placed on the kobe. Nineteen injured list on monday. Joining several teammates will miss time during the critical stretch of the season. Also at kika dez christian arroyo in pitcher martine
Exploring The Halloween Party Murder of Arpana Jinaga
"The time of the halloween party in two thousand eight. Jay was in his thirties successful programmer. He lived in the seattle area but he kept in touch with a lot of friends. Back home including dr. Jim naga whose daughter had moved down the road from j to an apartment complex in redmond very beautiful girl betty brainy and all. She's very kidding. I noticed that you speak about her in the present tense. Yes yeah three days after the costume party at the valley view jay woke up. Walk downstairs checked his phone. He saw a bunch of miss calls from arpan his dad. He called dr genego back immediately and he could hear his friend was in a bad place. There was no sign of arben banana. She wasn't answering her phone. Her friends sri aletha couldn't get in touch with her either. J. hung up and tried arpanet himself. Nothing like calling back and saying that it's going to iceman and what are you going to do. you said. Can you go and check on her. Jade bandarban has pleased once before but all he remembered was that you had to walk up a set of stairs to the top floor to be honest. I don't even know the unit number. So that's why i took the steps then. I was knocking on the door and map for almost like thirty forty seconds. No one was there. Then i read then again not to play. That's what i saw that. I don't even know who he is. The guy j saw coming towards him was in his mid twenties. The goatee and sideburns. Average build and height was cameron johnson. Arpan is next door neighbor. And i asked him dino this he said yeah i know so. Ask him which lives by. Then mehan cameron. We both standing just in front of that apartment. J. push gently on the door and a bolt fell off. Someone seemed to have bashed it in. The lock was broken. And there were splinters. All around the chan- then. I talked to cavern. I asked like it looks like somebody broke her apartment. What the hell is going on right. So can you help me out. He said okay. Then we both went inside about. I was cut basically. Jay was yelling calling for our puna but no one was answering.
"betty" Discussed on Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase!
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"betty" Discussed on Project Voice 2021
"Really insightful. Bring it to the next level and you know we talk about you talking about open banking. I kind of morphed into open finance because i think it's broader than just banking And i even look at it as kind of embedded finance right and embedded finances if a consumer is in an experience There are many players right like an uber. Payment as opposed to an uber taxi. Ride like uber is as just as an example They started in the ride sharing space. They then went into the food delivery. Space there is a credit card that you can access with them and voice could be an is a part of how you start to experience and request and manage all of these experiences across this ecosystem of services that are provided by a variety of players some financial institutions others not financial institutions but with the eyeballs that You know they own because the consumer is in their app and so it's just it's it's a really interesting time and i think boys as well as other Other other input schemes are looking at. How do they drive a broader Y- vertical and start to append an aggregate and add on services to ensure that they continue to delight provide incremental revenue streams delight the consumer providing ingram mental revenue streams and. Start to look at the experience of what they're providing and because technology is able to enable these These services to be added musing. These api's using open banking technologies. It's just it's it's no longer your traditional set of competitors and i think an extraordinary time for the ecosystem to also be collaborating. I think there's not a better place to end our conversation today. Although i know that we could go on for a very long time and i love it I think the the last word that you used in collaborating. I think that's another whole kind of area where you know the unlimited growth. That's going to be coming ahead of us is through collaboration. It's through partnerships. It's through an understanding that the challenges that we all have our complicated and the can't be solved by one person institution entity alone and that expands to a global market as well so We both have tons of experiences in understanding kind of the the the the ability to learn from different markets right and ultimately bring that together. I think that's another Remarkable area that. We're all going to experience. So with that i wanna thank you betty For joining me here on this Discussion around boyce but really a lot broader than voice. I think trying to understand and see the big opportunity of where voice now Integrates and connects with everything else as we described in that ecosystem. So thank you very very much much. Appreciated marsha for your voice always unique an insightful and great to have the conversation thank you..
Why Savant Systems' Acquisition of GE Lighting is the Future of High-End Smart Home
"Across all industries and the data that is associated with these technological solutions sets us on the path to global scaling an unimaginable business growth. Which is the best way for me to introduce my colleague and my friend betty. Davita betty is a global executive with expertise in digital transformation and consumer financial services. Betty is currently the chief business officer and member of the board for finn. Connector a technology company which connects digital platforms and solutions and financial services companies via an api platform to accelerate digital transformation and open banking. Betty is also the founder of bet. Deb solutions a fintech advisory practice where she works with emerging companies on strategy value creation partnerships and the path to global warming previously. Betty served as the chief commercial officer of digital payments labs at for mastercard and prior to that that he held various leadership positions at city. Which is where we work together. Welcome betty thank you betty as the first question. I'm certain our audiences would be interested in your perspective of the digital transformation. That's taking place today in financial services we'd love to hear what are you seeing in the market and what business problems are being solved with these continuously evolving technologies. That's it's a loaded question. And i'll try to answer at At a couple of kind of macro levels and then try and get a bit into What we're seeing in different regions around the world. I mean at the macro level. It's clear that financial institutions can't continue to develop everything here right the notion of proprietary developmenh is just. It's not sustainable from the standpoint of the speed and velocity by which they need to turnaround new solutions. They've got a competitive landscape of thousands of been tax in stored ops that are entering the market and providing services at a level that You know consumers. Sme's incorporates see in their everyday transactions. And so there's so much friction that's been taken out of the equation with many of the digital giants and these new solutions. Banks can't continue to
"betty" Discussed on Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase!
"I've mentioned before that a good friend of mine had told me that this great moisturizer for your hair is manny's so i sometimes we'll take manny's with me on a trip and in the hotel room up the manzano put on a shower cap Let it sit for a while and then take a shower and my hair. I used to get a lot of compliments that day on my hair. All because of the manny's so i had put them amazon naked. Wanna get manny's on your clothes smell like owed sandwich. So i Naked i have the mayo on my hair. I've got my shower cap on and Just doing a few things and now it's time to take a shower. Get ready for work and go. And what are the chances. I mean really. What are the chances. The shower was broken. You probably thought the story was going but the water came out of the bath spigot but the thing you pull up to make it go to the shower and i was thinking i'm going to fix this. I can fix it. I'm pulling it up. Then i'm trying to think i'm sticking. Maybe there was like kind of a geeky thing on the actual shower like to make it different. Sometimes you can make it more like stronger. Spray or lighter spray. And i'm like me be that says Fiddling with that and I like polling really hard on the thing that makes up to put up to go to the shower. And now i know some of you are thinking well call down to the front desk and they'll send somebody up now remember a naked with a bunch of manny's on my hair with a shower cap on i don't want to call somebody And how long is that gonna take and now. I'm like at the point where i need to get ready for work so i don't really have time to wait for someone to come up not to put clothes on them to get the mayonnaise on my clothes so i decided very glamorous to use a coffee cup so i just would take the coffee cup under the spigot where it went into the bathtub and pour it over my head and linking. This was not. It's not an easy process. Because i have a lot of manny's i so the moral of the story is if you're gonna put mayonnaise on your head test the shower first to make sure it works..
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"Brady wears women's leader conference and each year one hundred percent of our gross proceeds. Go to support women in this ships like through nonprofits within ohio in this year the compasses supporting the better business bureau and the women's small business accelerator to amazing organizations. Unfortunately in twenty twenty we did cancel because of the pandemic. We didn't feel that it was time many months ago. You know we begin planning for the conference and we thought it was best to err on the side of safety and so. We didn't want to cancel this year. But we wanted to be safe so this year's conference will be virtual in why this is not the most ideal especially for betty collins who likes to be out with people it does allow us though to offer participants speakers that are nationally recognized as well as local women leaders so regardless we have an amazing lineup of speakers in a fun day. On july thirtieth. We're going to have peggy kloss. She's our keynote at the noon. Hour and she is the author of brag. How to your own horn without rowing. And then we're going to have breakout weaker. Michelle letterman the author of the connectors advantage. It's an amazing book and if you wanna hear michelle. She is on one of my past. Podcast you'll lover. We'll start the morning with a lot lively. Discussions handled business owners and leaders within art columbus ohio area and then to add to the excitement of all the day. You'll be a network visit. Exhibitor tables You're going to win wonderful prizes. We have some gang affiliation going on. So it's gonna be a lot of fun. But i would like to personally invite you to be there at the brady women's leadership conference. I'm passionate about this conference. I started. I was the founder. It was an idea that i kind of shoot from the hip rub in. Its his turn into serving again. It's on july thirtieth in its seventh year. Please take advantage of early bird registration because it ends june fifteen so i want to encourage you to sign up now very simple to do you just go to columbus. Women's leadership dot com a single form. And we'll do the rest for you. So don't miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge registered now at columbus women's leadership dot com hope to see they're coming up in the next episode of inspiring women. I speak with janet meeks. Jan is the author of gracious leadership just in a magnificent book. In course under the her subtitle is leave. Like you've never lead before you'll love getting the perspective From her because she has lived at she's experienced it and she has an amazing journey as a leader. And still today. She's gonna talk from her book. Has is so such a simple read yet. There's some basics in there and she's also talk to stay. What should we expect from our leaders. You know there's an expectation we should have about this so join us and come in and just sit back. You'll love the charm in your gracious slash kind tough leadership the janet. Meeks lives embrace. I also believe that leaders need to be secure enough to understand. I don't have all the answers and that leaders who trial getting the results accomplished are really holding back. The organization need to trust their employees who are subject matter experts and free them. Let him lie in sore. If you will be all. They were created to be so they can play at the top of their game. And then that leaves chime and ram for the the person with the title to be able to take on does difficult task that brandt someone and other levels of the organization cannot..
Olympians: Elizabeth Robinson
"Olympian has one of the best comeback stories of all time. She won the first olympic gold medal for women's track and field. Event set a world record at the age of sixteen and just weeks before her next olympic run. She came back from the dead. We're talking about. Elizabeth robinson elizabeth or betty robinson was born on august twenty third nineteen eleven in riverdale illinois. Her career as a runner started when she was still in school and only by chance one day that he was running to catch a train to chicago. She jumped aboard just in time. Her speed impressed fellow passenger a biology teacher and he got her place training with the boys track and field team at school. Betty began running competitively to instant success during her second ever track meet. She ran a world record. Time of twelve point. Two seconds in the one hundred meter dash she was just sixteen years old. Oh and as an added bonus she qualified for the olympic track and field team. Betis debut at the one thousand nine hundred thousand eight amsterdam olympics marked the first time track and field events were open to women. She was one of five. Us women entered into the one hundred meter dash and she was the only one to advance to the final when it came time for the final race betty matched her world record time and took gold. In the event to this day she still the youngest one hundred meter champion and olympic
Bladeless Wind Turbine Generates Electricity by Vibrating
"People think of wind power most imagine rows of giant turbines stretching across wide expanses of land. David yanez envision. Something else entirely. Jagna is co-founder of vortex bladeless. Eight spanish startup has the name of his company. Implies he's invented a blameless wind turbine if fabric structure nikon mast. instead of relying on rotating blades the cylindrical device vibrates back and forth as air moves around it. the technology is still in its infancy. We are working now. We've had various more device. We named device bore so far it only produces enough electricity to charge your cellphone or a small sensor but jagna says bigger devices could generate much more power the energy that the martini say to produce glows betty. Betty fast they hide so larger devices could be used to help. Our homes jagna says the bladeless designed is quieter less noticeable and lower maintenance than conventional turbans. So it could more easily be installed in urban and residential areas and because the wind often continues to blow at night when the sun is down. Home wind and solar systems could together provide power night and
How Showrunner Dailyn Rodriguez Stays in High Demand
"Dalin rodriguez is considered a hollywood unicor. A latina who has risen through the ranks to become a television show runner. She has written for a lotta shows including the george lopez show and ugly betty and now queen of the south where she is also the executive producer. It was not straight shot to get there far from it and lynn is really honest about what it took to make that rise. The disappointment she experienced when project stalled out. And what it is like to finally be in high demand dylan your twitter bio says that you're born in washington heights but you call yourself a new york slash new jersey girl so as a new jersey. Cuban i need to know where new jersey so we moved to new jersey. When i was nine we moved around in bergen county so we moved to quebec park removed. Fort lee and then we settled in teaneck. And i went to high school in inglewood. I went to dwight englewood. I would go. It shuts off seig up in union city. Which is where all the humans me one. And then i would have graduated from dwight in two thousand and one. I'm a little bit older. You like to say that you grew up like meadow soprano going to private school in jersey while your dad ran in a legal underground gambling syndicate in the city. Is that writers flourish or is that what it was no. That's not writers. I know my dad was unbelievable. He's actually mentioned in tj anguish for called the corporation. It's all about the cuban mob and the entire bully from the eighties nineties. I grew up a really unconventional life was my dad. It just got too dangerous to be in washington heights. People kind of knew where we lived. My sister was almost kidnapped. I had a bodyguard for a while so we moved to new jersey. So that's that's true.
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"I'm clean now. It takes proactive effort every day. Right or you're gonna stink and that won't be because something's wrong with you. It'll be because your body is functioning as it should you know. And so when we see people and their quote unquote stinky for the purposes of this analogy. It's really easy to get stuck proving to yourself unproven to anyone. Who will listen to you that they thank you know that they have fallen off with their listening hygiene their communication high instead of realizing like okay. Well how can i encourage hygiene like maybe i can provide soap instead of deciding that this person isn't worth my time you know or that. This is a critical problem. And so you know those habits that you may of deciding what kind of person you're dealing with and then getting married to that story those habits don't change as quickly as circumstances to that person could leave your team tomorrow and you will still be the kind of person quote unquote to use your own language. That's just decided. I'm gonna commit to this narrative i am going to be you know constantly stacking up and evaluating deciding you know who's worth my time in investment and who's not or. I'm the kind of leader that is looking for problems instead of solutions or to get what i'm saying like oh that you make in your brain. They don't change as fast as circumstances. Do i had a client who was like stuck on this awful hamster wheel with investor that they hate it and they had grown from like these numbers are not exactly something like fifteen employees the seventy employees in a year which in startup world is just. Incest changes everything about your culture. So newly hired. Hr person about. How can we address these culture issues in when i was talking with their leaders. You know they're like well. We can't really do anything about this. Because this investors investors bester like in six months. This person might not be here. And you're still building a culture where you know. We're pretty much addicted to worry at this point. Yeah anyhow so. I i didn't meet able. You can touch with my podcast. When i do. So yeah i do. I do want to wrap it up. I i want to say thank you for coming today between virtual school or homeschool in your office at all the stuff that is going on right and spending time with my audience is very appreciated and again i want you to leave them with that one sentence on. What is mindful improv. 'cause i love it but i will never be able to stay it back so t just give us. That lasted bit absolutely so mindful. Improv is hurtful being present in this moment with curiosity instead of judgment and second of all being empowered to know that you are currently building. Whatever is going to come next and you have the freedom to decide what will happen next year. Building it with your scene partner. It's not decided for you wonderful. That's perfect now. How can we find you. I know you're probably on all kinds of social media platforms and your contact information but give us the place that just gets us to yo. What's your website. Yeah and beyond improv. Dot com is where you can go if you're interested in doing an improv workshop. that's great. I do a lot of Well in a pre pandemic world. I loved speaking at events when he turns sour thing again to speak at your event. I also do more individual coaching. That's less Of the workshop improv. Game stuff and more really down into the heart of leadership But yeah you can find all of that information and beyond improv dot.
Your Grandma's Meme Stocks of the 1980s
"Disillusioned wall street. Rose tried to hack the system and punitively bring power to the people. Another group of unlikely. Investors teamed up to get a piece of the pie themselves. A group of sixteen women mostly retired seniors known as the beards town ladies. The hustle recently recounted the women's rise and fall in the nineteen eighties. at honestly. i'd say even their fall from grace wasn't that bad but we'll get to that so there's is mostly story of women deciding to claim their space in sector that had historically discounted them zone in the early eighties. Betty sinaga bank teller in beards town illinois decided she wanted to buy some stocks. She kept seeing customers. Drop off substantial dividend checks to get in on that but she didn't know too much about investing and had trouble finding a broker because as she put it. None of them wanted to deal with an old lady. She teamed up with another woman facing the same challenge. Shirley gross the two of them interested women in the town and founded the beards town business and professional women's investment club. Many of the women were retired. The youngest just forty one and the oldest eighty seven somewhere teachers. Some small business owners others were farmers and homemakers. Hardly any of them had experience in the stock market but they met together once a week to learn together swapping tips and resources as they snack. Doritos drink pepsi. After starting meetings with a poem they would discuss which stocks to buy with their pooled funds. Each woman had paid one hundred dollars at the start and contributed twenty five dollars a month in dues. Quoting the hustle. The club's process for identifying good stocks was a mixture of intuition research. And good old fashioned legwork as self proclaimed fundamentalists or value investors. They gravitated towards stocks. They felt were underestimated by the market.
How Poker Player Jay Helfert Became 'Toupee Jay'
"Is pool and poker player to pay. jay helpers. how are you. we're we're fine. Tell me how you got the name to pay jay. Well like like many many young men. Not really that betty but i was prematurely balding. I was actually losing hair. When i was in my early twenties and i come from the The nippy generation of the sixties and seventies when long hair was in and it was very embarrassing to me. And i was very uncomfortable with it so when i was twenty two years old i had a toupee bait and i had already been playing pool for several years since i was eighteen and gambling at it and i found i discovered this was happened by accident that as soon as i put a to pay on and went back someplace that i hadn't been in a year people did not recognize me. They didn't know that it was me. And kind of accidentally I played the same guys that i might have won money from two three years before i had to the more than one occasion. Where guy said you know. You look familiar to me. But i can't place you. Yeah i said you know. A lot of people say that i would happen by accident. That wearing a toupee was advantageous to me in the pool world. It was a good disguise. I put on a toupee and i grew a mustache and people did know i was. The same guy have played a couple years before and there was supposed player from From arizona Sean walsh they. Call era zona showing. Who saw me come into a pool room and getting a game and he yelled out across the rue watch out. You're in a game with two page. Hey that's named stuck. I hated that name. I hated that name but it stuck and years later i got to where i was comfortable with it because everybody knew that name.
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"It's a practice to adopted about mindset. Now let me be. Clear and abundant mindset is not pollyanna great right abundance is about the possibility that being better than it is and even the possibility with a probability and to work towards that likelihood So it is a belief and you know it is about not yourself against other people they so that's one of the habits and practices of abundance mindset. Because there's somebody who's always going to do better and there's somebody who was always going to do worse but really wanna like compare yourself against you working towards and your goals it is about understanding that envy and jealousy are normal feelings and you're allowed them. I remember somebody who she has worked for me and she got the amazing sports client that i would like wine. You know i could have been like You beating myself up like wide. And i do that. I didn't get them. And how did she get access right and that can gone down that rabbit hole of beating myself up mentally and being almost resentful and instead i was like okay. How can i learn. How did you do that. You know you need somebody else to help you end. I could be happy for her. And it doesn't mean adjusting. Wasn't there as well. But it had space and it didn't take over right right and there's one other habit that has really helped me maintain abundant mind especially during this time of cove. It i know you don't want to stay on there but you know it is a challenging time and it's very easy for us to be negative there you just. I say this is awful and that's awful. This is going wrong and when people say how you doing for the last year i would entail right because you know. There's a lot of weight with everything going on and then i would say feeling grateful dead. I would list all the reasons. Why feeling grateful because you know what i have kids. That are old enough that they can actually help manage their virtual school. I have a space where each kid can be includes room and school and i can do my work We have good internet connection..
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"It's interesting One of the mines that connector that will talk about is abundance and on the opposite abundance scarcity so everyone has experienced scarcely in some way or form in some foot partner life and for me growing up there was financial scarcity and we tend to make decisions about our lives as an anecdote something that was missing as to whether it's like. Oh i had a boyfriend. That wasn't affectionate. Then you get the boyfriend that super affectionate or whatever it might be and so for me. It was going to finance and financial security. it was. There's always going to be a job. There was good pay. But it was really about what i was looking for in my life. And what i was good at but not what i was passionate about and i think a lot of make those types of decisions but i i was pretty good at it. I was the only woman on a trading floor. I was feeling not global vigil capital team. You know and it was an interesting place to be. But as the only woman on the trading floor i was witness to a lot of poor communication and and even worse management and i had people pitching me that they wanted me to investment hedge funds. And and i'm sitting there going past that her you get my money good So really it started. Because i was the one who said oh. Let me go on recruiting for my accounting firm an owner. Let me teach an on board. The new hires. And i'll do a class on capital asset pricing model for the new commerce. Because those are the things i loved. And i was trying to fit them in to where i was and i think what we need to do and probably would have a lot of your listeners are doing is is designing their ideal. They're creating the careers in the businesses. That passion right and i can relate to exactly what you're saying because i win into accounting because i had to choose a major by year year three. I mean i'm taking all my classes. And i'm like oh my goodness and so accounting was just a job for me and it could be a good job and on and on and so i can relate to taking the secured path and it took me until i was almost probably forty five to fifty to go through this shift of now i. I'd like to inspire women business owners. And i would like to have a podcast which you told me you told me that. Twenty years ago. We didn't really have them. But i mean it's so i relate to what you're saying in terms of i'm gonna follow passion. I'm going to go because something in my life happened. Like lack of communication. The.
"betty" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"And of course our own sun system with a place where they go frequently occasionally. That should give me fucking chills down my spine. This is a weird weird ephedra freezing though frequently or occasionally every day or like once every explaining that they're either they're often and they fall these trade routes often and then the ones. She said that her broken up or once they They haven't traveled much. I understand that. I just don't like that. That paraphrasing does that not bother us has frequently or occasionally so means that she said we visited and we know. That's what i'm talking in. Noah says the frequent or occasionally so thinking about. Why mean be there every day or once every seven traveling at light. Speed and speeds that will never understand. And this physical form being on this planet weird paraphrasing. That's confusing. Let's get into a little bit of the interview in general. So this is george morton talking. And i'll do voices out here. You go and early morning. Hours of september one thousand nine hundred ninety six one betty and barney hill were exchanging traveling and desert new hampshire highway. When an event occurred that would change a life forever. Betty it was beautiful night. The moon was very bright. Calm and relaxed. The radio was playing. When i saw a strange light in the sky came out over the highway and stopped directly in front of us. Oh what what. Betty thought she saw was a flying saucer. At this point barney got out with his noculars and attempt to identify the craft. And how is he looked up. He could see a row of men standing in the windows. Looking down at him the craft began to descend and he had the feeling he was being abducted at first. Betty and barney hill recalled only shadowy fragments of what happened that night but much later under hypnosis through memories came in sharper focus. The leader was telling me something. I can see it in his face. These tapes were recorded during noces with barney hill. And this is barney. Give me strength. i've gotta get away. Oh according to the hills extraordinary tell they were forced to board a flying saucer by creatures from space as far as we know we probably at least in modern day life the first time the first ones to have face to face contact with astronauts from another solar system. Betting barney may have been the first but are certainly not the last to report an alien abduction and since that night on the lonely highway thirty three years ago thousands have come forward changing that they too are victims of folk kidnapping recall plus poor suggesting that millions of americans believe in them including budd hopkins. Where the fuck and nineteen sixty four. The cold at an alien telepathic powers. Very much like betty and barney hill discovered just days after the broadcast. Like anything that happened. That's fine. I don't like all of that. What you just bothered me and maybe a line. And i don't like any of that so wrong. I'm going to have nightmares in this in this session. Barney had many recollections such as meeting. This is fucking crazy. Talk about fucking crazy. Shit fucking crazy and their special case so we didn't get him this too much but they swore they saw fucking white. Do's and fucking nazi regalia looked like fucking s s officers fucking recall evil all them in the fucking window when they're looking at them. They thought that they saw like grays hill. Us all reptilians part of this They literally asaf and they said they swore they saw white german looking people with blonde hair and blue eyes and ss uniforms abducted. There were looking over them. They were talking to the reptilians back here saw. How did you a german accent. That that's geeze goud k. Nobody can see. But i really want to just point the fact that every time. Tom does german accent. He sticks his hand out with when we record that episode. You guys at the end kept doing it nine so much nine then you hanging october. Put a sausage volkswagen possible. I love your jus. Oh my god so this is crazy so there is many in. That's why this is could be a whole series of episodes and the session. Barney had many recollections such as meeting an irishman. The had red hair conor mcgregor. It's kind of conor. Mcgregor's ru took me yet. He is talking. It's fucking beard is orange. His is orange. Everything's about him. Orange literally the the most irish men than right now. But i don't know hey carbon so so and this is what i'm saying. How deep this goes the. He and board had recollections of being an irishman that supposedly had red hair but they're they're type of beings which we could also get into another episode jury member member to member member so many mexican out eastern time man. We had the very first like stream. Skype earlier encounters. You member those weird ginger aliens. I do the same thing so these beings were also there that didn't seem to be human and all individuals were dressed in similar looking uniforms. And they're all ginger looking fucks with beards but didn't look human. It's like you're looking fox with like irish weirs fucking shit. And it was weird all hunters another place. If you're you're not wide is they're not screaming at you let you fuck you. Don't like talk. Is the man fucking. Kill you folk in wink. Yeah houston carter. But the fact that like you know what i mean like i also a you've heard about we're in creatures like maybe tentacle arms super total ginger alien. See it's fucking weird. The aliens don't like them gingery. They don't want you to know but.
"betty" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"They went home. Remote the new hampshire on the highway. They some fucking happen. Some salt happen would like no other cars present dead. It was like there was dead. Driving through the boonies. I guess back to this area might not have been so populated and shit like on september. Twenty first yeah. They don't have google maps now. Nineteen they could've been laws. They probably drove like thirty. Two fucking hours seven hour drive. Probably keep dismissing the credibility billy. I don't know. I'm not saying. I'm just saying i hope to fucks you with like a fifteen inch. Caulk and then you don't remember it and then wondering ripped chilean ages. Yeah the reptilians. Eight ten feet two inches less than me. i'd fucking love the have that your foreskin your entire droopy weser even it count. Count the skin. I'm so happy. I'm not a reason that eighty percent porn stars cut yet but twenty percents. That aren't fucking foreskin on september twenty first nineteen sixty quick side note. Because you've said the so many fucking times you do understand you do understand that whence uncircumcised guy gets a boner. He doesn't have foreskin anymore under you understand. That only went on flaccid that there have seen porno with okay. Do you do understand that. That he doesn't look like i have an uncut. How do you think. I i get a boner with an extra four inches of what would you like. Isabel on september twenty first nineteen sixty one at the urgency of her sister urging her to call the. I think it's called the peace air force literally spelled p. e. a. s. e. like which is weird the peace peace peace air force base to report the encounter lady later admitting that she withheld some details for fear of being labeled as eccentric. I think it would be more crazy on. Oh dear eccentric eccentric. yeah now event. More what you talk about like somebody. Eccentric is like like a top yes crazy. different words. eccentric is someone who was like you know. I like to hang up a the pictures on my wall of naked women with open wide. Vaginas call them billy's k. Ilise definitely a century the following day. Major paul w henderson of the hundred th bomb wing called the hills. Remorse wing wing. Yes for more details of the interview. They wanted detailed interview. What is the one hundred th bomb wing. It's a fucking wing of the air force base. Obviously the hundred the bomb wing. Yes i don't know what that means with the air force what that means either and it makes me scared because how many bums that got this fucking airflow. According to later reports this site was for some unknown reason. Important to the air force. This was supported by major henderson. Who reassured betty. This a ufo was also confirmed by our radar days later on september. Twenty six damn major henderson determined. The hills had missed identified jupiter quotations. because that's what he said the military always they came in. And you're like oh you guys saw this big object in you know you just thought it was jupiter. Yeah isn't that great bitter is on earth like there must have been a crash somewhere else with days. That's what i'm saying. The military will always come in. I eventually hundred percent wanna get into the men in black on this. We've talked about this before. It's so crazy alex. You probably don't even know how crazy the black actually are when it comes to what they are do not like. Will smith say wilson. Running out there is not like and they're like they're like weird dudes like no eyebrows like put lipstick on to make themselves have lips. But they don't fucking lizard it's fucking. We're so ten days. After the event betty began have unusually vivid dreams. She had never dreamed in such derail. Edgy yeah well. She never had dreams such detail or intensity like this before after five consecutive nights of bizarre dreams they a stopped stopped in the middle of nowhere however she could not stop thinking about him. Which a will we've. I've died in the dreams with an old co worker on this podcast before i would like to get back into dreams about something. There's many things that dreams are so detailed. it's crazy dreams. Billy didn't dream for years when billy was first on this podcast. He never dreamt. Tv on all time. I still have my tv on. But now i dream yes. Oh something's wrong brain not a tv. Dude i'm i dream all the action house frequent one. No i didn't. I didn't dream. I swear to god like seven years now. It's like every other night. I remember my dream complete in one hundred percent clarity. The last one was actually like two or three nights ago. I quit my job. Currently and isabel stalled their clock. Put it in their purse and brought it home and what the fuck is is she went. You quit so fuck them. Why would you steal the clock. Following month betty began recording which career member of her dreams and one her in barney encountered a roadblock in a line of men who surrounded their car she fought a abductors and realize she was being escorted by two small men through a forest in the night. She saw barney walking behind her. As if he was in a trance she recalled. The men were about four feet tall and wore dark uniforms of similarly colored colored from head coverings the same we talk about this weird head coverings. They had this weird like skintight. Suit of what. We what we see in thinking about aliens in craze and stuff is a lot of because this abduction case to the appeared somewhat human would dark is bluish lips and grey skin color. Energym betty barney and the men walked up a ramp into a disc shaped craft of metallic appearance. Once inside betty and barney separated she protested but one man explained that the examinations were conducted. While they were together. it would take much longer. It's like this once for the females and this one's for the mets skis. Get so damn kidding. I'm joking i'm joking. I'm joking now. Joe dark humor but that's crazy. Her dreams are where this. I'm telling you this starts off a little slow what's really happening. And this is where it gets fucking crazy so a different man entered the room to conduct these examinations. Betty would later refer to this man as the examiner. She said the human spoke to her in english but the examiner the examiner command of the language was so perfect. She had difficulty comprehending him. So i i don't understand what that was british out now governor. You want to the probably to pick this thick and we're going to figure out what's wrong with you man. Yeah you sound like the guy from two to smoking guns. While i was going to cut. That's all i can think of when you're doing that you to smoke in barrow to gunsmoke. Fuck whatever i don't tell. That's one of my favorite films. Alex sounds like i guess. L. a. governor. Betty was seated on a cheer and bright light. Sean and her and this is all from her fucking dreams. So this is really weird haunting. The manda cut off a lock of her hair and examined her eyes ears. Mouth teeth throat hands. Legs and feet.
"betty" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"So the mood and the car was quite as they continue the drive. Home upon arriving at their home a frightening shaken. The couple left their luggage in the door. In order to make a quick escape if needed their watchers would never be seen again. Underwears all packed in there. And i don't want to unpack and wearing the same pair for three months and the leather strap attached to the ba- knox had been ripped away. I love that word. But that's our new words. I will never ever refer knock. It was sexually binoche a benakka. No i don't know what a benach is noculars but knock is like spraying your mouth. Want to like. Make up with a chick. Like oh i was. I was gonna say blanca. I thought i thought his name was benakka for some reasons to stream writer. Who's excited for you. no shocker. What did the what am i excited for. What you what are you asking me right now. Mortal combat though that movie. That's sick did you see that anyways on so so barney is the leather strap. Attached to the binoculars have been ripped away barney. Shoes were explicitly and exclusively scuffed. So it's enough where he's like mice my jordan's a fucked up right now me jordan's ninety four jordan's that are don't come out for another thirty six. Call them scarfs and up them steph. Currys currys issues. Raw scraped up. His clothing was like in misery. So i don't know what that means like issue bench his but rolling stone insured as backwards anew late sixty only fucking person i can think of is elvis and sinatra person from that time. Top ahead right. Yeah it's true. I was born in the ninety one. And billy was born in ninety cents. Ninety eight holy. Fuck man and we believe that. Now nydia you. Weren't you believe he. He instantly fucking diminishes. The fact that i'm older but way younger a whole that's girl i would love hanging around. I'd fucking and twelve years. Fuck it and i think that fiber that they come home everything's misery. Everything's going crazy and they don't know what the fuck happened. They only have like figments in their in their brain about like just look fragments of what actually happened and like they see something. They don't know what happens they keepdriving. They've missed their missing time. It's about two hours altogether. And they don't understand why they come home issues or scuffed his fucking closer all fucked up betty will get into has something like the owner dress is almost as petty. Why it was just rough sex. It could be barney. Says he felt compelled to examine his genitals in the war in the washroom but found nothing wrong so in his head. He's like some strong medac. I'm not getting a boner betty white just bent over. There's no fucking way. this is true. He pulls it out like oh there it is. Aren't you getting both took long showers move any possible contamination down. Probably she liked that big dong brow. wbz so they they sat down and they actually decided to draw pictures of what they thought they saw. They both were surprised to find. Both sets of drawings were similarily striking in in similarity so they both were like kay. Okay we saw something. Let's us both dried. And they both draw drew by themselves and find out. the drugs are both extremely the same identical. Yeah which is fucking perplexed. These guys draw if i draw stickman in draws a fucking person. It's not at all the same looking thing. Mindset to figure with arms and one may be given the the finger and the other one drinking a beer and it's just the cylinders complex by the experience. They try to reconstruct the series of events but they found they they heard the buzzing sound their memories became incomplete and fragmented with each attempt every time they tried to remember like what the fuck happened to get drunk night and it's like a blacked out and they don't understand with the fuck happy and they both however recalled a luminous round orb sitting on the road. Bardy remember saying. Oh no i just fucking so shit. Remember last night. A windshield hawks. Steelers car boy. I was gonna say. Could you say car especially back then. Thinking shit like is the telltale obviously like an people people respected them stuff too but also i think like if you go into the deeper background of them together. A lot of people at the time in like that they were interracial couple and i'm sure they got harassed so after sleeping for a few hours. Betty placed her shoes and clothes in the closet and no one's that her dress she wore had a mysterious torn at the hem zipper and lining. Joe also notice a pinkish powder on the dress which we will post these pictures to the strange. We podcast the strange. We host heads page and instagram. Strange canada because there are pictures of her address because they took pictures of them after. I have all the pictures like ready to go. She hung the dress artemis. Sorry there is colored orb pinch colored pictures in the sixties colored pictures. I thought that'd be black and white still. I didn't think colored still think back on when it color pictures become a thing wendy. Do you remember the movie. Wizard of oz. I understand i understand. I understand people could make color. I'm saying what would your average homeowner have a colored camera that time that time. Okay is quick. look up for me. i'll sure did fuck nineteen thirty. Yeah you fuck it. Kills and were in the sixties and they have footage from it and it's all in color. Yeah i just. I just didn't think like an average person in the home would have a color photo. Like hell. I'm sorry. I grow poor. Go fuck yourself. My mom was fucking mexican and every photo thank one years old is a fucking black and white photo. I'm sorry i didn't realize boxing's some people you more money than me. I'm sorry violin for billy. Sorry she she does take picture of dress will post but she did notice a pinkish powder on the dress. She hung addressing the clothing. Line and the pink powder blew away but she said the dress was so damaged that showed shy. Throw it away but then changed her mind. In retrieved it later five laboratories were conduct chemical and forensic analysis on the dress. Similarly barney noticed shiny circles countries circles on the car's trunk so he knows he's weird circles on the car. Way later yeah. After they got home they went for vacation. And they're all the way home dream which is crazed. They drew from like they drew. They drove.
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"Coming up in the next episode of inspiring women. I speak with michelle. Tell us letterman. She is a fantastic woman. I would even tell you to google her. You're gonna find out a lot of things about her. She's very successful driven. But she has really focused in on I while recovering from venus. Cpa to having a company called executive essentials and she has written several books In the one we focused on today was the connection. The connectors advantage in that. She's going to talk to you about seven mindsets. She's also going to talk about the one the bind said that she really struggles with and that has it's a disciplined for her. So you don't wanna miss that. She really has a lotta compassion about us needing each other in connection. Especially what we've been through and what we're still continuing to go through because you know this is and there's a lot of new things out there we should be bracing in this can in connecting virtually so. You don't wanna miss it again. We're going to have michelle tillis. Letterman is one more channel. Right say what we think about connection. There's so many cows we connect over. Yes we have the face to face. We have the large peak networks. We have the phone. We have text in its messaging and instagram and social media and we do in and time so there's tons of channels and really in this time we've lost a few of the face to face option but we still have all the other channels. And i always say the more channels. You connect over the stronger. The roots that connection will bind. So let's see us the channels that we have accessible to us and honestly the virtual chat channel whether you use skype or zoom or teams. Were facetime the video component is so valuable. I've had clients. But i've coached for six months. Never met in person and have had strong successful relationships. I had a personal working for me. She's still works from eight. We'll probably going on behind year. Never never person and she's like a little sister and it's because we will connect on screen so we might not be the same state but we are in each other face and we're any other space..
Spotify acquires Betty Labs, creator of live social audio
"Spotify. Just announced that they're acquiring betty labs the creators of live audio social app record locker room a clubhouse competitor. This focused on sports spotify plans to expand locker room into an enhanced. Live audio experience as they say For more of its creators. And fans. In the coming months ashley commented. The verge writes that as a result of the acquisition locker. Room will stay live in the app store but will be rebranded with a different name in the future on. Irs eventually android where they brought a focus on music culture and sports contents. Spotify says sees live audio as ideal for creators who wants to connect with audiences in real time. Whether that's Two premier an album host a question on session or possibly even perform.
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"I don't know if you caught his interview. But i highly recommend it to to you and your listeners. What a great example. So john john johnson. He is the Lieutenant governor in pennsylvania and he was just on. Cbs sunday morning this last weekend. And this guy i mean. He's six foot eight. Hey showed up to the interview in a car. Heart jacket of fluorescent yellow next thing an athletic shorts love has tattoos on both arms. Actually when he was the mayor of a town of all the date of de the murders in the town. I mean he speaks his mind and i think you know when you ask the question like how do we turn it around one of the things i talk a lot about is the goodness with authenticity on like maybe some other things will read and leadership books and career books. It's incredibly contagious. In in all directions. So i even talk about how the i used. Authenticity and my first boss was was not very authentic. All right. it's not something. I got handed on a plate or inspired by people above me. It actually is something that a lot of it was inspired by my father. But you know watching people around me. And then ultimately i was even further fueled by the employees that were within my organization so the way we turn it around and i talk a lot about this in my book like it's not just about saying it's great to come on your podcast and talk about it but it's really about modeling it. It's really about being that person that we all want to be. When we see the whether it's john fetterman or quite frankly kamla harris. He's been very authentic. Michelle obama like we see those people that were like so refreshing right into ardern you know and we see not.
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"Coming up in the next episode of inspired women. I speak with aaron. Hasa costas of be authentic. You do not want to miss this podcast. She had such energy by the way. She's a big fan of my podcast and she reached out and asked to be honest. I loved it She has terms like you know she's a podcast host And she's just got totally different a thinking but she talks and shares with us on authenticity. It's not transparency by the way it's a strategy. I learn it's contagious. And it's so needed in corporate america today and so she really really has a great perspective. You do not want to miss this. She's got a book that's coming out view and you ish ish is the key and it has a really cool ackerman. Humans which. I'm not gonna tell you what that hands you don't wanna miss this one. This was probably one of my favorite interviews in the terms of just her insight. I forgot i was interviewing. I was in on with her so again. Make sure you tune in to the owner of the brothel take but it was starting to realize that my authenticity was something that was actually calling me forward and so at the time subconsciously turned it up and i realized whether it was negotiating a contract or introduction meetings or you know presenting at a large know quarterly business review the things that made me authentic storytelling and the humor in the components. Were actually as you mentioned. At the beginning they were kind of my secret weapon for success. Used this fifty percent role to help you. Do it your own way. So you know as people are giving you whether it's career adviser business advisor parenting advice. Search whatever it is a taken fifty percent of it but the other fifty percent do your way do your own way. But that's how we progress that's how we innovate. That's how we are able to feel like we're authentic and that's how we make the world a better place..
"betty" Discussed on Inspiring Women with Betty Collins
"It's twenty twenty one so what it's a new year new day shirt but You know all i see is that we went from twenty to twenty one. It's the same stuff right now. It's just a different time so to me though in the past new year. Generally meant new beginnings. You re said it was his big sigh of relief. But i think right now. It's a different time. All the circumstances of life are same. Which we're not gonna talk a lot about today. So don't worry but cove nineteen and politics and i've been tax season and Women are still out running the world. I mean i could go on and on right. I'm not a resolution person. They really don't work. And i think they're really irrelevant even more now you know. Did you take all the time and energy to compile them and execute a plan and get excited and you're all motivated and it's january third and you tell the world you're doing it on all your social media and let me ask you. Have you already broken them. Given up probably so. Because it's you know february. But in my reading i came across something Between the holidays where i could get away. That just really got hold of me. So i decided to have my first life statement. You know. i've always seen people do that around me. I thought why do they have life statement there. you know. that's just too much for collins. Said you know new tactics results in maybe some new good things. So i said okay. I'm going to have a life statement. And i even went so far that i got a customized wall hanging and made it and it's big framed is in my home office where i spend about half of my time now and it's kind of the focal point when you walk in in the first half of the statement is really kind of about twenty twenty and then the second half is twenty twenty one. So here is the statement. It's not really mine. Stolen from someone else and i don't even know who is stolen from it. Just somebody had it in their stuff but being strong speaks of strength but being courageous speaks to having a will to do more strength at some point ends. We all get tired. It's kind of like the treadmill. We're strong we're going we've got up on. You know four to go up a hill but at some point your strength runs out. I mean guitar but not your will. If you really wanna finish the lap the wills what gets you through. So strength was all about twenty twenty right. You had have strength to get through that year. You had to be strong but being courageous is going to go to a new level and i think that's what twenty twenty one is all about again your strength ends at some point but you're will does not so as women you know moms were wives. Some of us are business. Owners are in business. Maybe your accounts professionals will have to be strong. We all really had to be strong again to survive. Last year was hard exhausting. It seemed like everything was exhausting but being strong though portrays that you have this big confidence right in your resilient. It's an instinct that just kicks in. Under all of those circumstances it speaks of your strength of being courageous assumes also that you were strong confident in resilient and it's about having the will so an example if you're a shareholder and you're now became the business owner you're actually an owner but now you're on a board of directors making key decisions for your company all that spinks of strength and confidence and resilience and you made it there but a courageous shareholder will vote no when necessary a courageous shareholder. We'll talk about what nobody wants to talk about in the room. Possibly and i'm not gonna get really political. But i will stay this in the midst of all the turmoil around this election. I'll two men printed about being courageous and one of those was mike pence one of the most loyal supporters of president trump. But when it came to certification day. He was courageous. He stood up. He did the certification. He probably didn't wanna do the certification he probably didn't wanna say joe biden had been certified but he did it because that was what he was supposed to do as vice president and the president of the senate on the same token i look at cruz. I don't listen to a whole lot. And actually my bernie sanders loving son. Said you'd need to listen to this ted cruz speech because he also stood up courageously in the senate of somebody from Though the house and the senate said no we need to have debate. And though that's courageous that's courageous. That's not just been strong and we're here and we're in the senate and we do our job so i look at being strong speaks of strength but being courageous speaks to having a will to do more and overcome. The reality is different. That's why this is called. It's twenty twenty one so what it's just a different day and So we're gonna talk about some of those things about this life statement about the things that i could spend my entire podcast on that life statement and i may do one in the future for because there's a lot to that so how am i can deal with twenty twenty one. What do i do with it. Well it's my story. And i'm going to control the content the narrative. That's a definite so on twelve thirty twenty one. When i am having a really good dinner probably at the capital grill So we're having a really good steak. I going to say this was twenty. Twenty one my story but i categorize my life like all good accounts and hopefully do too. Because it's a good thing. And i usually do at the beginning of the year. I kind of get it in order. But it's a constant evolving document. It's not just these boxes change and get bigger some get smaller. Whatever you wanna call it. These categories. But i do it into into four things. I is your spiritual life your emotional life. Your physical life and the fourth box is the routine of life. Any kind of just happens because the first three are done in thought through. I choose a theme. And then i drilled down bright and i because i want to accomplish each category and do a well because they all balanced my life and i keep simple. Believe it or not and it doesn't have to all be done today or by the end of tax season. Even it doesn't have to be all in order and make sense. It always certainly subject to change especially in the virus. We live today in. You're gonna constantly pivot. So i'm looking at twenty twenty. One is my story control the content narrative. I'm gonna box my life into these four categories. I'm not going to talk a lot about spiritual life. I think it's very Personal but in my spiritual life. I one you know. I'm a believer. In god. almighty the sun comes up every day and it sets and bacon's has nothing to do with that. I just wanna turn chaos into order by doing that. Let god do the super and let bacon's do natural. That's enough done..
"betty" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Celebrate. Oh, yeah. You got a sample and goes back many? Oh, yes. I don't know. What does that matter? Don't video sister Global demand day by day. Seven daddy out of it. Toe makeover room is nothing can get mangled. She is a better man than you might think. Is that no matter what, I'm going to make you a deal that's going to Sam and get the wedding bell. You don't stand a Lego castle. You may get some. You get some rest. On love. To make. Um there's no thank you know, get It's a fearful Get my God must hate Betty. Also, get me a gun. Come on, Nana. But given that he's going to make a phone, there's no thank you. Guest us down off that Don't be O. J exceed those moving day, say spawned a single.
"betty" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Betty. You there? You're welcome. You're welcome to Betty. What can I do for you? Yes, ma'am, This is Bill. Yes. Yes, Betty. Okay, I'm going through a divorce. I have, um, what we have $282,000 in an IRA. In my name, and then we have I have $40,000 in Arizona State retirement in my name. The house is also in my name. Just because my husband sign that disclaimer deed. And I old 16,000 on the house. All right, so What I want to do is Refinanced the house for 159,000. And give all my husband wants 141,000. As to dissolve the marriage. He wants 141,000 half of the IRA, right, so that's why I want to refinance the house for 159,000 given 141 out of that. What's your question? Is that a good thing to do? Well, I mean, you're not gonna get into say what's good and what's not, I could give you the legal aspects of it. And the first question I have is. How long have you been married? 31 years, right? So it's fair to say that it's community property, so he gets half your pension and half of your assets. And even though the house is in your name depends on when. When was the house transferred over to you? From the beginning and 1995. Then it's probably yours on you've never now have you paid the mortgage out of community assets. Some. Yeah, well, that's gets a little complicated S O. What you have to do is you have to see a divorce attorney Betty, There's no way around it. A family law attorney because this gets really complicated because you refinance the house. Even though the house is in your name. I guarantee you that they're gonna ask for your husband to sign off on any rights he might have. You can put the payment into when the payment is made, or the refi part of escrow is it goes to him, But that has to be part of the settlement that you have, which means that the family law attorney is going to set all of this up. Both sides have to have an attorney because your attorney will drafted. He has to have an attorney. Look at it. Okay, Otherwise it's liable to be broken wide open because he's gonna argue you and an attorney. He didn't He didn't understand. So it's definitely time for a family law attorney to figure all this out, and it makes sense. I mean, what you're saying is logical, but you have to protect yourself. Otherwise, you're in for a lot of grief for a lot of years. If you don't do it right, so go to handle on the law dot coms go to Khandala malloy dot com and we have family on law attorneys, all right. And let me ask you another question. Yeah. If I have to split my pension. You do what? I have to get a quadrille..