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Tax Credit for Keeping Workers on Payrolls Draws Bipartisan Interest

KCBS Radio Morning News

03:19 min | Last month

Tax Credit for Keeping Workers on Payrolls Draws Bipartisan Interest

"Package there does seem to be growing bipartisan support for the idea of expanding an existing wage subsidy keep workers on payrolls and help businesses stay afloat Richard Rubin covers US tax policy for the Wall Street journal is written about this and joins us live now in the KCBS ring central news line Richard thanks for the tennis one is what we're talking about here is a tax credit and for those of us who don't cover economics for the TV basically explain how this works relative to other ideas that are out there yeah thanks for having me this is basically a a wage subsidy so basically means that the government would cover anywhere up to eighty percent of wages and benefits for an employee it in and it's really by up to forty five thousand in Valerie and benefits so what that means is that for employers that are suffering from closures or from revenue decline they would have sort of a a partner in paying their workers which is the government so essentially when we say tax credit if you dig it comes off of whatever taxi company would know does it turn into a surplus if if the number it adds up to they get a check back from the government they can basically if you know the the amount of the credit is the percentage of wages that that they would get and then but the company does to get the money is instead of sending it payroll tax instead of sending him even like the employees income taxes they just tell the government how much the employees they're withholding for the employees and they have to keep that money so one of the advantages of this is that it's really fast instead of spending money in the company and the employer just keeps it and then on top of that if there's not if that's not enough to cover the full amount of the subsidy you can file a special form to get money back faster for the IRS so this is a for a small business means the quarterly tax payments the bi weekly payrolls all that they could be sitting on cash that otherwise would be heading to Washington exactly the idea is just to turn the payroll system the plumbing of the payroll system around instead of like companies and employers spending money and they get to just keep it potentially get some back it is a real key distinction between the way this works now and under the expanded proposal for small firms versus large firms small firms from employers can get credit for paying people whether they're working or not and larger firms can get only if they're paying people not to work it's actually furloughed and your reporting founded tell Democrats and Republicans alike seem relatively warm to this idea yeah I mean for for Democrats it's a fool like the payroll tax cut the president wants but there's some advantages to it over that okay this has to be somewhat larger per employee and it's more targeted and and for publicans they're really looking for an off ramp from the six hundred dollar a week extra client benefits looking for ways to kind of support the workforce encourage hiring and and retention without necessarily keeping unemployment benefits quite as high and and so it could be tricky though going forward trying to figure out how to calibrate this because they're certainly going to be some plaintiffs out there where there's going to be extended unemployment into ministries for a long time so how do you have to manage that while also trying to encourage people to stay on payroll and hire people back

"bi weekly" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

09:26 min | Last month

"bi weekly" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Feels like there's sort of this through line that I'm catching between these records. I mean if I have an incredible Saxon pair on the road with me. Jody Minerva. Who's been with me for like eight years now my guide and he's Kinda shot at. Thanks you really. He's the one we like you just know is going to be shelled throughout the plus life there everything but we eleven do those facts on stage and something had happened him. I don't know what it is that lakes. He's literally on his back spinning Lexi. How coming transform people into like their their full crazy intense outs. It seems like giving people a lot of permission to stretch beyond their own emotional comfort. He truly fins on his back. You need to see and I do need to see that Christly ACA. Yeah you would never expect it. I like hearing about the genesis of this song because now I can almost read like dual meaning into it. It's want you in my room in the sense of like that romantic relationship but hearing you keep talking about the room where you and Jack made the song as this place of like freedom in possibility makes me think that this is like a song about a safe space for creativity. Something like I want you in my room so we can make music together. Yeah exactly I think I think the music video kind of bizarre to was very important to me. The band was a part of it. And so we actually have demise like different furniture playing like the backbone is the plants life tavern is like. I think he's a chair with arms playing his guitar and it was funny on the shoot because I had asked him to come join it. Toughest about three hours into sitting in his chair was like couldn't anyone and so we knew it had to be you been hot. Let a great celebration of collaboration dedicated is is a wonderful record. And we really enjoy it. Her your instructions. I been listening to it while cleaning my house recently because now my home a lot and making a lot of but you have a new record arriving and we want to talk about that right. After the break one of the things that's helping me stay centered right now is exercising and listening to music exercising might be a generous description of leisurely walking a miniature poodle while listening to Caroline. Pull the check but it definitely counts as something and when. I'm exercising on my feet. I'm wearing the tree dasher. From Albert's it's the world's first performance running shoe made from premium natural materials. I'm immediately skeptical of hearing the words running shoe but I have a pair running shoes and every time I wear them. My wife gives me the most alarming looks But the tree dashers from all birds. Don't even listen like raised eyebrow. They look good. They are super comfortable. And there's sustainably made with ECO friendly materials like certified to fiber Merino Wool. They have cane derived souls. That's sends a never thought. I would say I really love that. I had the opportunity to. They're also good for you know actual old exercise as well. If you're into that with the new all birds tree Dasher feel confident knowing that you can run hard and tread light on the planet. Find your pair at all. Birds DOT COM. Hey It's Charlie and I want to talk to you about our friends over at New York magazine. Nate and I both read a lot of New York magazine. That's N Y MAG DOT COM home to the BI weekly print magazine and the Award Winning Publications Vulture Music Culture coverage the cut Intelligencer Rub Street and the strategist. You'll find guards on what to Stream. Watch and read right now and how to shop the Internet smartly all in one place when you sign up for digital subscription you. Get your first month free. That's four weeks to read as much as you want including the best of albums and movies of twenty twenty so far and in-depth interviews with some of our favorite musicians such as thunder cat Angel Olsen. And you can start your free trial today. And why MAG dot com slash upon pop. That's NY MAG dot com slash on Palm You have a brand new release. Yes well I mean I had a reputation with my label into I think at this point. It's kind of common knowledge that I'm a bit of an overrated. Would he be well? I write all the time even when the projects right now already like. Just it's very therapeutic to me. It's my greatest joy so it's not just like this is my job. It's like something that I am very passionate about so I picked. The truth is by the time emotion was ready. I had two hundred sounds to select from in same with dedicated so why my publisher says store. Songs made sheets like a chipmunk but it was really hard to select because there was a lot of different places that experimented with. It wasn't enough me just to share the wine. I like. It always kind of knew that I wanted to be. A two album was really fun to that with motion to the site said when I don Sabam Link. Would it be weird? Released like a fifty song. Welk's get where we'll start with. We'll start with seventeen and we'll get to the rest later so and it kind of funds to do it on the one year anniversary kind of making traditional Batman books. You're not alone in that. The Songwriter Irving Berlin had what he called his trunk songs which was a literally a trunk filled with hundreds of songs that had never been published and occasionally he would pull one out and it became like. God Bless America. Asong that sad in trunk for thirty years and then he was like. Let's try this Eric then it almost became the national anthem. I have an entire. I call them like albums Ed buried in my backyard. Like ENTIRE ALBUM DISCUSSES SWEAT. That was really fun to make. Though I really change like my friends and family groping me select the ones but courier good example of that that was never been a voice A cartoon in there like to have any tunes. Medical One's very like the adjective could work so so say you have hundred songs buried in your backyard. How do you choose which ones go on the album? I go a little crazy. That's sort of when I do turn to my friends and my family. We have like. He's listening parties at my house. Riders feed everyone and give them Mike copious amounts of wind hope that they will have opinions about it if they want to and I am very passionately opinionated friends who are generous enough to give me the time at age like listen through not all two hundred time but like a couple times a couple and and and then they all send in their votes to me like my bandmates. Do my manager Dizin them Mike. My girlfriend Alex I mean she sounds me notes in the night and so immature starts to the at least I think like a common sixty eight. They're all kind of resonating with people and that really helps me. And then I kind of just pick the rest myself. They're my favorites and fill in the blanks of like what's missing from the album. And I take the quake seriously as like being a whole body of work that I really. I don't know that I really WANNA get right. So if there's like alright the songs for energy level and if they're any fives what's a to where we put the one and then I also like rate the songs on subject matter Magog Eighty follow. Were like what with was interesting. And then I'll kind of look for all the different color. Coding involves boarded. Yeah like When you're trying to catch a serial killer or something. You're like connecting play computer mind actually. It's embarrassing do. They have them out about my house and forget them favor having somebody come over beforehand. There are a lot of songs that we could talk about on. Besides what we wanted to select one. That was personal favourite and actually happened to continue this window metaphor. You have the second truck off of your besides of dedicated is called window.

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Philadelphia - Unemployment claims in Pennsylvania hit 1.7 million

KYW 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia - Unemployment claims in Pennsylvania hit 1.7 million

"One point seven million Pennsylvanians have filed for unemployment another record breaking total and one of the highest in the country is K. Y. W.'s Kristin Joe Hanson explains later this week self employed workers and contractors will be able to file their bi weekly claims within days file for pro or the pandemic unemployment assistance program will not need a pin to file weekly claims which is set to begin this week that's when that determination peace will occur and everyone will receive their finance determinations to explain you know how much it is that they'll be receiving policy director for Pennsylvania's unemployment office Susan Dickinson says self employed workers and contractors will use a dashboard to file each week and then will be paid a few days later the extra six hundred dollars will come a week later she says right now they're still working out a few Kinks there are some people having log in issues and that's going to be resolved before we go fully live with the system and if you don't have weeds records are payment contracts to provide the default amount for Pennsylvania is one hundred and ninety five dollars set by the feds for more information and answers to frequently asked questions had to KYW newsradio dot com slash unemployment Kristen Johanson KYW

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When is it time to take out the trash?

Dreas Point of View

05:10 min | 3 months ago

When is it time to take out the trash?

"Friends and podcast land. Thanks so much for tuning into dre. His point of view. I'm your host is Dreux and each and every week. I'll be bringing you a topic that I feel passionate about doing that. In ten minutes or less for those of you is short attention. Spans are mind wanders with those longer shows so wanted to keep it short and sweet and I'll be doing that with absolutely no co host at all that way you can totally only a completely yet dreyer's point of view that being said. Let's jump right into this week's topic ones at time to take out fresh shoes you know. We all have back Goto pair. We've had for months sometimes years. We notice a little bit. Wear on them for inside of them but yet we still keep them although we have other shoes that are comfortable. That's our favorite pair so we just keep wearing them. We've got close that we can still wear but haven't worn in a while some we haven't worn it all tag still on it yet. We still keep them in our closets or in our drawers. Why is that? Why don't we just toss them? Donate them sell them friends. We have we've known for ever. We grew up with these people. Were not as close. Life happens but we still consider them a friend. Maybe a different level. Maybe they're acquaintances. But we still keep them in our contacts as our facebook friend. Why is that so we can just add to our number make a little? We've got a lot of friends some people you don't hear from except on her birthday or maybe holiday is that considered a friend. Why do we still let certain people get a pass? Why do we give people a pass? I was in a restaurant the other day I saw this couple. Sit Down and the lady. She had a she said. In one side the wicker chair part and the Guy. He sat and the comfy booth part and she asked them. Why didn't I wanted to sit there? Why can't I sit on that side? She went on and on about it for a few minutes. Couldn't hear his response but UTAH. She was unhappy and the fact that he allowed her to be. Unhappy was really gap me so I told a friend of mine and he was like well. You know clearly. It wasn't their first date. She used to treat Nur and he kind of way and she accepts. It knows what kind of history they have together if they have kids together. What have you and it's it was a sad situation either way. Why do we tolerate certain things from people? I believe as adults. We have a choice on who we allow to come into our lives and sometimes people will no longer serve any purpose. It's okay to be alone. No you don't need everyone you don't need to hold on everyone that comes into your life. History are not. Why do we still hold on things past their expiration date? Sometimes it's time to take out trash you're in a relationship in a cheat on you or they become abusive. Why do you stay at? What point do you leave? You know you feel comfortable. You don't WanNa be alone. You're afraid but you know it's not right yet. You still keep them in your life. Why is that? Everyone's tolerance level is different. But if you know something life is too short to wait for somebody to act right. You're unhappy let it go. Just why do we hold onto things and people? I don't I don't know just just think about giving some thought in your current relationships on future relationships Wednesday time to cut the cord to delete some of those contacts to spring clean so to speak. Make sure you're subscribed to my podcast. I'm on every platform. You can listen to me on Google. Podcast spotify apple PODCAST RADIO. Public BREAKER WAVE DOT LINK SLASH. Andrea W V DOT COM. You can listen to all of my podcast and be updated on when the next one is I. Try to make them bi weekly and I really appreciate you for listening. There are thousands of podcasts out there but I appreciate you giving me a few minutes of your time each week. You're very important to me and I hope I'm important you as well. This has been Dreyer's point of view.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

Toys & Tech of the Trade

08:30 min | 3 months ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

"Accordingly but definitely get some sunlight. That is important because again. Can't you can't work well if you don't have all of those things you know some nice weather some sunshine on your face. You'd be surprised with that does for your mood food. Of course eat accordingly. Try Not to get sucked into eating just junk foods sitting at your desk especially because your home. The temptation is too damn great. Do not fall for it Last but not least a good home speaker to listen to music Whether it's some sort of a of an Amazon device or some sort of Google device definitely go with one of those. There's tons of them out there to choose from. I use one. That's paired with my nest doorbell so that we especially now with what's going on. I can see the ups. Guy drop-off packages. I can answer the door again without getting any sort of time. Vampires the constant getting up walk into the door. Seeing who it is I can just See who it is right from the screen on my desk. Click the microphone. Talk to that person. It's a solicitor that I don't want I can tell him. I'M NOT INTERESTED WHILE WHILE. Not even breaking a you know a stride when it comes to getting work done so definitely very very very crucial. Lastly I have to say and this is something that a lot of people don't think about but no one to shut off. Have a dedicated space to do your work and know when to separate it from your home life meaning and this is something that many of us you know. We have so much trouble with especially now if we're working from home with our partners our family members and our children have a dedicated space like I have a small space. That's my Home Office and if I'm on a call shut the door put a d. Do not disturb door hanger. You can buy one of those on Amazon or you can say. Call him progress. Whatever the case may be eve or print something out in tape it on your door have that separation but also know that that separation is double sided. Meaning that yes separate so that people don't bog down or interrupt your work throughout the day but lastly also no one to disconnect because you know and I say this not to be not to dismiss anybody's job but it's like listen a you're a medical professional police officer someone that's on call. Someone who who's doing. Whose job is something so grandiose that they need to be plugged in at all times know when to set limits if your day is eight hours and you have a forty hour workweek and you don't punch a clock in your salary. Employees Take Take Pride in knowing that you have eight hours in a day forty hours a week to get what you have to get done and when when that is over you shut off your phone you turn off your corporate laptop or desktop or whenever you may have and you go hug your kids had take go have dinner with your wife go outside whatever the case may be but it's something that is so so so trivial but so many of us fall victim to it In the early goings on my wife would come home and I'd be like I'm just finishing this last thing and it would be you know six o'clock seven o'clock and the other thing is that you have to put those you have to put that also out there for your colleagues who you know. They think that just because they made they may not know may totally accidental that they make a phone call at six o'clock and you answer the phone when you shouldn't or seven o'clock just because you're there you have to really focus on nipping it in the bud and just saying hey you know You know whatever it is can. Can I take care of it? You know as a quick 'cause I'll gladly get it out of the way right now if not. I'm on the way out even if it's on if you're on your way out to go sit in your dining room you know. Hey I'm on the way out Can I call you back tomorrow or can I shoot you an email in the morning and we can reconvene? I only say this because one of the biggest things and I attribute this to my good friend James Lopez from fatherhood is lit is presence over presence. Meaning be there with your kids and don't just think that buying them the latest game. The latest hand held the latest Ipad is enough be there be present one of the things. I've been grateful for being able to work from home. Aside from just being able to bond with my daughter is being there for those great moments. You know her first steps when she rolled over for the first time the first time she stood up which I actually saw her sneaking sneaking around on a babe on the baby monitor while I was working I genuinely paused and just watched in amazement as she walked back and forth in the crib even though she didn't let us know she was walking These are these are little things and again I say this just as a parent but you know maybe maybe you want to sit outside on your stoop and pet your dog for for half an hour. Whatever it is like definitely no went to separate one from the other and you know again be be very very firm with that. No that if your workday starts at nine and you're done at five you're done at five I mean. Of course things are going to happen. Things are going to get in the way but if you have people that are counting on you that that really value your time then you gotta do what you have to do to protect that time because guess what you can lose a dollar but you can always find a dollar in the street you lose our. You're never getting that our back. You're never getting that thirty minutes back that that thirty minute meeting that that because of of back talking nonsense turned into a forty five minute or an hour meeting. Guess what. You're not going to get that extra time back. And unfortunately that's that's GonNa be something that over these next few weeks as many of you work from home you're going to see that that becomes a thing because it's going to be all let's talk about what's going on in the with with the virus or the politics or what am. I getting my thousand dollar check or whatever and that's great you know and if you want to dedicate time to that that's fine but just remember every minute you spend doing. That is a minute that you lose. You know playing catch with your kids in the backyard or reading your kid a story or sitting on the couch and just watching a movie with your wife or whatever the case may be and you know those are those are the toys and attack of the the quarantine trade so to speak and I think that coming back from such a long hiatus I wanted to come back in just do something a little bit more a little more casual Especially because like I said. We're we're all in this together now. All of us are being affected by this in different ways and I just wanted to do my part give you guys a little a little value and give you guy something that can hopefully help you and be actionable show. Let me not drag this out. We've pretty much gone a little over twenty five minutes This is pre editing of course So with that said what happens next with toys and tech of the trade. Well you know. Now that I've hit the record on this microphone and I've Kinda got back to it. I've recorded this episode at least three times already I think this is the one We're back to it. We're going to try and just now that people have a little bit more dispensable time we're GONNA try and get some more interviews in some more creators Have a wish of people that I want to speak to share. Their stories share their attack and their toys with you Hopefully give you guys some value and also as always just help. You guys be distracted. You know my job. In addition to giving you valuable things just to entertain you know you can sit here and hear the sound of my voice and it might get you through the day or am. I put a smile on your face or you might say. Hey that guy's full of crap but at least you reacted and you did something and with that. My job is done so We're back to it. We're going to have new episodes Definitely probably GONNA stick with Bi Weekly. Maybe monthly not sure yet. We're we'll see how the schedule goes..

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How Video Content Marketing Can Learn From Good Writing with Ann Handley from Marketing Profs

HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

09:14 min | 5 months ago

How Video Content Marketing Can Learn From Good Writing with Ann Handley from Marketing Profs

"My name is gain golden from video up and bid target. Along with my co-host my new coast. She's R. E. N. W. T. W. E. L. E. Y. Rene tea leaf video explained a lower Ni. Lo I am absolutely thrilled because hosting this podcast with you. I am so excited so much fun. And today we have a special guest and Ham. We from Marketing Profs. Welcome in. I'm so excited to be how come I don't get a big. You know a big little little rhyme around my last name. She's she's an H. A. N. D. L. E. Y. Just one letter of each. But she's Hanley for marketing Ross. That is so much better. I feel I feel now. I feel honored to be here fantastic and we asked you here because you are the expert for marketing. Profs about content marketing. And and we see you and you can tell us. Farrah we see you as the expert in writing principles but we want you to help inform us about how those principles can help with video. We know you video two and you talk about it. But how do these writing principles affect videoed? Is that a good topic for today at the perfect topic for today right so this is going to be a very short conversation next week. Thanks for being here so my first question to you is i. I WanNa talk in your training. You talked about writing writing rough drafts and outlines. Everyone does it differently but when we do videos at least personally what I do is I sort of write an outline because I find if I write a script. I'm too formal and and could you help us understand how video creators and business video creators can write better outlines that serve the videos. Yeah I mean first of all what I think is important to highlight in. What you just said was that you write an outline right and you know I do a lot of interviews like this. I do a lot of podcasts. And sometimes the host will say. Oh we're just GONNA wing it. We're just going to have a conversation. And that's fine like you want to allow for that sort of free whaling back and forth. You want it to feel conversational but you do want to have an outline right. You want to have a sense of guideposts and I think of them like you know sort of bumpers on the bowling lane right. It kind of keeps the ball from from going too far astray so that you know you're next thing you know you're you're completely in the gutter in zone. Metaphorically speaking I mean and so I think it's important to to write for video number. One and part of that is an outline. Sometimes it's a full blown script but depending on you know your project but I think it's important to involve some sort of writing in in your video creation process. So how do you do that You know I think. Writing for video is a little bit different than writing for text You know I published an email newsletter every other week For through my own personal website at an Hanley Dot com and how I approach that newsletter is not how I approach a video script. You know where to where to create you know by a Bi weekly or monthly video which I do not by the way but just having a sense. That video is much more conversational And that the the the tone and the effect of a video is a little bit different than taxed but nonetheless. I I still think you need some sort of guideposts along the way so a very specific tip around. That is whenever I read video script. This is gonNA sound. You know maybe Maybe a little bit elemental. But I don't use periods I use ellipses because when you like as we're speaking now for example it's not exactly like there is a hard stop as I'm speaking to you. Dane Andrey Comma. It's much more conversational. And so I find that when speaking in video that one line more or less does sort of morph into the other so when you put in on the lips versus a period. I think if you're following a script when you do that it prevents you from actually reading. You know what I'm saying. That's a great point because I was writing a script for someone the other day and I wrote and they didn't. It didn't sound like I had written it so I will be using that Well like you said like it doesn't sound like I had written it. Dot Dot dot dot dot nine series. That's how I would write that you know because I think if you say they'll Howard written it so you know it just it. It has a different sort of flow in a different tone. If you don't plan for a a real hard stop if instead one-sentence does roll into the other and that's the importance of the Ellipse by lips by the way for anybody who doesn't know it's like a literal dot dot dot instead of a period. Yeah I think that's a really great tip and I've actually been given scripts and as I start to read it out loud it just. It's grammatically correct. But it just sounds so formal and nothing. I would actually say in person so what I personally do was go through the script. Read it out loud and then change anything. That doesn't sound like I would naturally say like I'm speaking to someone And so I think you're tip is it's spot on. I love that So I have a question a little bit different. It's really around. You know I've I've heard you mention that marketers play it safe. They don't take big risks so as a marketer myself I I find this topic to be fascinating. So why is it that you think that marketers are playing it safe? And what advice do you have for them to sort of maybe get them out of their comfort zone to be able to take big risks for something that might be risk worthy? Yeah that's a really good point Risks are not worth taking all the time but I do think you just. I love how you term that you know. There are some things that I think are risk worthy An are there you know so. Why do marketers not take risks? I think there are a few reasons. It depends on the organization and it depends on the marketer. I think as well but number one from an organizational standpoint. It can be really difficult to rally team around something. That's risky because you're always going to have that person on the team who's like. Oh I don't know you know it's like we never we try to do something different. You know it it just feels like less of ashore thing my philosophy though is that if a sure thing it's probably not the best thing when it's one of those moments that matters right and so So you know a classic example would be if you are you know if you're launching a new product for example and you're launching a brand new marketing campaign you have to have the the the mindset that you want it to to do two things like you wanted to to breakthrough as everyone in marketing and every business everywhere wants to do But the second thing is you know you want it to reflect who you are as a company as an individual as a team depending on your point of view depending on who you are and so. I think it's important to take risks with that in mind right so you want something to actually resonate with your audience but you also want it to reflect who you are as a as a person and as a company and. I think it's difficult to do that. If you're always worried about offending somebody You know I I just I think if you try to appeal to everybody as the saying goes you know you're not going to be able to to anybody and so I would rather have one hundred raving fans than you know. One hundred thousand people who are sort of you know an on me right and you know that that one hundred thousand space is maybe it feels like it's a better place to be but ultimately for most businesses. I don't think it's the place we want to be. I mean most businesses don't really want to fit in with everyone else and kind of do the same things that everybody else is doing. It's just hard for people to kind of break out of that and do something. That's maybe untested know that it's even GonNa work Yeah so yeah and I I think one way around that is is to you know D- so determine those moments that matter most determined those moments when you you feel like you need to take a risk of some kind that you need to approach it with a different kind of mindset and start there I mean I'm I'm not saying that you need to to do crazy things and push the envelope all the time but I definitely think that there are moments when it's our jobs as marketers to appeal to the the the mindset of the person who's going to connect with you the very most so find that person figure out what will resonate most with them and don't worry about everybody else.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

11:26 min | 7 months ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on House of Carbs

"Introduction. She is a cook a writer and author of bestselling cookbook dining in from a couple years ago. She's a Bi weekly columnist for the New York Times Times cooking section a monthly contributor to bone apetite the Creator and disseminator of recipes. That have taken over the God. Damn Internet Hashtag. The cookies asked the stew as you. Got A brand new cookbook out right now. Just in time for the holidays holidays nothing. Fancy is the book that Guesses Alison Roman. Welcome to House of Cau- She's laughing. I if I was supposed to be quiet during that or if I could participate. This is a highly interactive PODCASTS the participation the patient again yes so I'm super excited because we're sitting across from each other in Washington. DC hanging out. We are hanging out. This is the very very end the last stop on your thirteen city world tour. So congratulations. Thank you yeah. I saved the best for last. Thank you for ended. I did hear very nice way to say in this room with you. Yeah Right. I'm not sure. Yeah you'll be ready for vacation. After this I promise thirteenth studies in forty five days. Roughly right and and You were mostly here domestic but you made it over to London as well. London and Canada. Don't forget our neighbors to to the North Canada. How they're that's exactly right? Yes no so so this is truly an international tour. Every single stop sold out wall in advance. I was lucky enough. You helped me come to the event here in Washington D. C. on Tuesday a huge packed audience. It was a rainy Tuesday Newsday night like not a night to be out out about in Washington. He was the biggest event. I've ever go. Oh yeah by far. Oh you shouldn't have. You shouldn't have told me that every one out of these chest as large and I have to tell you I feel. I'm slightly intimidated in this way. Okay I feel like I owe a responsibility to your group your avid fans to not be an idiot which is not that ready now for me because I I was blown away by the energy by the enthusiasm I mean may I don't. This is not a back how this did not. This is sounding like a backhanded compliment. I don't intend it to be that way. But like what a a great audience. Yeah they were super super edged. And what I'm getting at is it felt to me like a room that was ready to burst Mike. They I'm I'm not kidding and I have. I want to explore something with you okay. Have you ever considered entrance music. You know people have asked me at every. Stop Stop if you were going to be introduced via song. What would it be and I feel like it? Changes so much. From from event to event to city yes the best great though you can do it. That's the beauty of cell clean modern age so could be funny. It could be clever. It could be hype. It could be a bunch of stuff I it just makes me feel like I'm running for office. I mean if like you played Sarah McLaughlin. I don't I don't know I don't WanNa characterize any any artists as possible every three time because great. Yeah Yeah does your journey right like if it was me I'd be doing very that. I like mclachlan by the way. I'm a little young for that but I do I is is that my vibe you know I mean I take it. I do like her I will. I'll say Again the Impact of physically attending the convening on Tuesday night Just built a whole kind of it was an introduction to your world and so felt like because we've never met before. Do you think that you got before. I even spoke that you had a sense of who I was. Who was there? No okay now. It took me. I had to sit through the experience of it. That whole damn talk it. It was a good talk was only an hour. It wasn't that long it wasn't like it was laborious. I did not stay for the book citing come say hi and looked. I had to go through six insecurity inaccessible. I agree but this these are your people your your avid rabid fans. They waited they came out. I mean they showed up in force. I'm interested obviously. We're going to talk about the book a little bit. But I wanNA talk about life on tour. We were talking entrance music. Have you done anything like booth sort of book tour for dining in It was probably about half the size and I decided that for this book tour I was GonNa do a bigger. I was GONNA do it more but I was kind of thinking that it was gonna be the same as dining make the same style. I knew what to expect in. This was so radically different. I feel like my body has been through a car wash like like I just. It is not prepared emotionally or physically for this. Okay okay so I. I don't want to sound like I know I want to ask. Why like what what was different? Just the I think the scale of the events. I also didn't leave a ton of breathing room. I did the whole thing myself in in terms of booking and deciding dates and where I was going to go and so I was like Oh of course I can do an event Chicago night Saturday. Take the first morning flight. Light out to Minneapolis do an event Sunday Monday and then fly to Portland. Tuesday do an event that night in Portland and then drive up to Seattle on like I. I left zero breathing room because I was like. Oh of course I'm young and have tons of stamina. I keep going forever. That's clearly true you did it. And Yeah and I feel like with dieting and it was a lot of. Hi Allison. Here's my book. Nice to meet you. Here's what it's about and I was doing a lot of selling and pitching which is a much different experience this than me hearing people's experience about the recipes they've cooked or these books and stories and a lot of absorbing. Yes yes yes and it was just a much different experience. Sure okay that makes sense I'm impressed that you didn't get sick or did you get sick now. I didn't can you fucking fucking believing. So let's talk about this I take vitamins. Yeah how to sing. And I think that I've I've tuned into my body enough to know that if I feel like something's is going wrong. I absolutely annihilate myself with like oil of Oregano an emergency and other vitamins. And I'm like not today not today the day I'll do like esteem something year. Yeah and but yeah I've I've like dialed it in but it's crazy that I didn't I'm knocking on waiting for new years. No I don't blame me. You brought it up but here there is that phenomenon once the big thing is done. Where you're you running on Stanton's GonNa get sick because now you're not doing? Thank no shit so I I'm coming from the same place as your dad but I feel your dad on this with them with the listening to that The the other sort of aspect of the tour that I'm curious about especially really now in view of hearing how hands on you're in developing this. How did you handle? How did you handle eating not well? I'm not that great at taking care of myself. Generally speaking and meals are the thing that I like I forget to do. Oh it's too late occur and I'm also kind of person that refuses to eat on an airplane or at an airport. I'M I won't do it. I Ha this is you and I but I'm doing a gesture. Where do it means there could be like ours that go by where I'm like Pasadena Zone where I should have eaten? I'm being a total small and I don't because I'm like I'm not GonNa waste that opportunity to eat something delicious on something awful view and I. This is exactly what I had an episode At the you know maybe the first six or eight months of the show about like best airport food no it doesn't. I had to confess to to the guests that had on. I don't eat at airports. Airports and I don't eat at airplanes because it's almost always the case when I'm getting on an airplane I'm going to somewhere. I WANNA eat at that place exactly. I wanted to explore whatever the the food thing is in that place. I'm not wait unless it's a massive layover. You sort of don't have a choice. And then he like cruise the Delta Sky Land or some wrote right right. I feel like thank. You know. The GO-TO are the safe. Things like a banana. I gotta stay alive really good but for you. You know like a hardboiled lagging a package with like. I'm wondering WHO's GonNa Disrupt Airport food. Well it's happening. I'm surprised so in Chicago I will get a Chicago. Doug INISH ICAGO okay. We'll they did for breakfast. Nine fifteen. Am and it was delicious. I absolutely flecked with a hot dog for breakfast. Shut Hager was the place to do it and I trusted it. Yup and for some reason it didn't seem like a gamble. Various like this is the thing. Yeah and and you know folks are put written like shake shack out of JFK. So you can. That's like a familiar thing but I've noticed that preflight shake shack is always never good idea especially on your life's going to La. I'M GONNA be on that plane for five and a half hours. Do I WANNA sit there with that in my body. The tough on the 'cause like eating that and then getting in a compressed to recycle their tough one as a tough a lot my body to be actually empty before I got on an airplane. So this is interesting and and and in terms of like forgetting to eat. So I like to have stuff where I where I'm accountable like podcasting or or you know. Whatever business stuff or even sports stuff? I don't like to eat before like the after two and that has the effective. Sometimes I go long stretches without eating. I forget what happens to you. Yeah and it's not like oh I forgot to eat because it's not important to me. It's that I'm packing my day with like interviews or podcasts or etcetera and you know I have dinner plans or something and I didn't budget the time so that's what I mean. I don't build it into my day like Oh from. I should block out any amount of time time to make sure that I have the energy in time to find a place that actually. When did you have any Time while you're on the road where you were doing cooking. Yeah a lot actually actually so very few of my events were strictly talking oak which are almost always the easiest and most enjoyable events because I just got to talk and then I said Bucks go home but but the events the review that I actually cook at and then a few events where chefs at restaurants Cook from the book German I kind of play maitre d' or host and I go around each table. Oh has it going send your book. How is everything but sounds fun? It is fun but as a control freak person that's actually quite challenging. Yeah okay because while I do like to talk I'll talk all day..

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Hallway Chats

Hallway Chats

10:40 min | 7 months ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Hallway Chats

"To me? It's always meant making enough money to support myself and live a comfortable life. Not even like a diva like life just enough money to live comfortably. Do some traveling definitely. I'd love to do some traveling in two states or Europe or like. I'm always watching the word camp wrap ups and they always have these amazing pictures of of Word Camp. US US and camps all over the world. So that's really opened my eyes to the fact that I would like to do that and and in making and being successful enough to consistently give back whether that's contributing time or donating some money To My community and also like I've realized that they really like organizing in that I I get to help other people be successful. I get to put them on stage of speakers. I get to introduce them to the word press community. I get them to help find out what this wordpress things all about. Become Volunteers I get to send them an email saying we've accepted your speaker application and watch watch them grow from that and that really is is success to me quite community focus of that the giving back the some level of you know I've got to live and I want to see the world a little bit but it's it's much more about doing so in a Holistic way it's very kind of you yet. I really like to be engaged in kind working towards a common purpose I love working on teams I'm an introvert. But I like being part of a team and Yeah that's that's one one of my big things is that I'm in. Marketing and marketing sometimes gets a bad rap for being just like take take take and not thinking like okay. What's the other side of that? What do we do for our customers? How do we bring value in? Like how do you really bring value as a human like human to human right That's really what it's all about. So That's interesting that we say that marketing gets a bad rap. I don't know man I think selling can be overdone. And maybe that for that comes from. I'm not quite sure but most of us who were probably listening to this podcast Our marketing whether we're actually calling ourselves marketers are building websites for people or say yeah. We're all doing things to help. Other people make money ultimately whether it's a donation to a nonprofit or or a big company so that's what makes the world go round to a certain degree and I think it's a bad rap because sometimes it's not done in a very Admirable a maybe right. There's what's happening in the world. That's that's not ethical. Maybe that's where that comes from. But I think in general markings a good thing totally and there are so many people who do it right in that those are the people truly look up to and a lot of them are in the wordpress community. And Yeah Yeah it's just it's just fantastic to see that look you can you can run a business and market ethically and and you know part of what people like to support. Nowadays is is people who have like they somehow integrate some type of like social good or values or like values ears are kind of like the front features fear other business right and they're not just kind of like they live them every day and you know those are the people I kind of like really liked to look up to and support. And that's what I love about. The wordpress community is that we all kind support each other. Yes we do. That's for sure I'm GONNA ask what may be challenging question when you you find yourself with a client who yep critical relationship you're working with. You enjoy them. They enjoy your company. Kind of not buddy buddy but just you know they're nice people you like like working with them they pay your bills. You enjoy writing for them if you run into a situation where they want to do something that kind of maybe puts st ethical hair on the back of your neck up a little bit and if so how did you handle that intrusion. I don't really know what ethical hair on the back of your neck is kind of a weird little analogy. Sorry yeah no worries. I think for me like since I've been in journalism and this is part of the crux of what I've always dealt with is that you can make a lot of money if you don't have any scruples about the stuff and I have of major scruples about this stuff. So it's it's like finding the clients out there that I get good vibes about. And then having a conversation about what I can do for them and then like in the tech and manufacturing world. I think it's really about establishing expectations with with Perspex with prospects and customers and and everything And selling being proud of your products and services but not like a reselling them And being being authentic and honest authentic is a cliche for a reason. Like it's there's a reason like everybody wants to say I'm authentic nick because it's it's one of the major things people value about people they do business with today. They need that authenticity city and I think are part of our duty as marketers just to make sure that you know that happens and you know how okay like doc ethics authenticity and all I could suffer huge questions. And how do we keep that forefront how do we how do we balance Alan and and like promote that in terms of like how do we help. The good guys win has always been like a question in my mind and I think John that can be a challenge if if the business is struggling right you know it's all well and good and easy to say we're going to always do the right thing and we have money in the Bank of when we're behind on bills and to say that we shouldn't do the right thing when money's low but it becomes a lot harder especially F jeff maybe it is a manufacturing company. And they've got thirty five or one hundred employees who need dont`a BI weekly biweekly fortnightly paycheck to pay the runt. Pay The mortgage fit of food. It's it's a challenge. It really is I think if somebody wanted to make some some cleaning on their website that I knew wasn't totally accurate. I'd have to caution them against that and I have to say in my professional opinion. I'd have to find a way to temper. It and say like people are going to find out and they're GONNA be taste they're gonna add so and this is always always always like A. I like one of the pillars of public relations is that you don't want to try to run the truth especially in the age of social media. It just doesn't work anymore. There's so much more scrutiny. And so many more ways to find out what what companies are up to today. Yeah I'd say don't bother just be honest and be transparent. Yeah if you have to try to be authentic. You're probably not really being authentic right. Yeah don't compare yourself because a lot of words it's out there on social media is I suspect the very least stretching the truth if not. Yeah so yeah it don't compare your returns or you're you're kind of success to what you see on social media. I mean I've done it before I fall in for it. You just have to keep in mind that like you know how. How accurate is that stuff? Yeah I love the line. Don't try to outrun the truth. That's Great Bitta a great bit of advice and with with that backdrop. I WanNa ask you about advice and wonder if you can share with us the best advice that you've ever received orbin given or read and successfully implemented in your life might be something someone said to. You may be something you read. Yeah this is. Is it working progress. But some of the best advice I've ever received is from A. She's like a business coach. She does all kinds of cool things a community her name is Ruth Unreal. And she like. I've seen her speak so many times in the past five years and I I know her are pretty well and but one of the things that she said has really stuck out to me is not to make fear based decisions since he has so much like so many of the decisions that get made in Business and personally are fear based like fear is a really powerful thing that is is at the core of so many of the things people do fear and anxiety and it can cause like so many problems whether it's just kind of like hanging back and holding yourself back or doing things or saying things that you wouldn't necessarily doer say on your best days in your best it's kind of situations it and it's it's a death knell for business. I think it's I think a lot. MORE PREVALENT THAN PEOPLE WANNA admit so. Yeah fear based.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

14:26 min | 11 months ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Late pays or no pays ruined credit money missing all the rest. You would think thank your bank was actually doing what's best and right for you. Well most to unfortunately there are many that that have no ethics no honesty and no decency andrew is with us on the clark howard show hi andrew hey clark. Thanks for having me on certainly andrew. How can i be of service to you today. Well i am <hes> a backpacker shoestring traveler and i <hes> i'm always trying to find ways to save money. When i travel and you ever done surfing i have couch surfing. <hes> tell us your best and worst first experiences couch surfing well. I've only done it once and it wasn't a great experience. <hes> it was a very smelly home and and <hes> yeah noisy children on the floor above and noisy children on the floor below so <hes> that was my my one chance with couch surfing. I haven't done sense but i might. I might try it again. Our producer jolt used to think it was a great idea to couch surfing. How many times did you do it a handful a handful. I gotta i going to tell them. One of my good friends travis met his wife on couch surfing so it's not all bad and you met a beer-drinking buddy right yeah. Ah yes sir of course i met some good people through counseling. Although it is hit or miss that's for sure and is there still like a website for that. That's a clearinghouse. What is it's couch surfing dot com. I'm pretty sure it's still there. I've done a long time to go beyond somebody else's oh yeah you can list yours or other people. Have there's listed and you can reach retried out to them so you're done with that. So what are you thinking of doing now andrew well. I mean i i might i might give it a shot again but <hes> right now i found a website that is specifically geared towards people who are <hes> putting our house up to be <hes> rented <hes> to house sitters <hes> so it's a an exchange you take care of their animals and things and <hes> you live in their house for free for the amount of time that they're gone so it's like a day or week or month and they do charge a fee and that's kind of where i'm at a loss whether or not to go ahead and pay that the how much how much is the i'm it's ninety dollars for <hes> that the sitter and then it's one hundred twenty dollars if you are the homeowner in and pet owner okay so the purpose the reason you pay the fees with some of these is that it's because they know you can't not everybody's going to be trustworthy and provides insurance in the system and it's also how they make their money and there are several role of these organizations and they vary in quality and their method of operation which one wanna you looking at this one is called trusted house sitters dot com yeah and that one the reviews are are pretty good. Some of the others nuts southbound yeah. <hes> i found the same thing i read all the customer reviews testimonials and <hes> seems completely above board it was just the ninety dollars was kind of steering me in the face and i i just wanted to run it by you first to make sure that was a legitimate. You know if you're staying somewhere. Somebody's home for days. You're taking care of their dogs or cats. <hes> you're being they're bringing in the mail and and you know bring it if they if anybody still gets a newspaper in me bringing in their newspapers from the curb getting in their packages that are being delivered and bringing them in and all that <hes> you're you're essentially doing a little bit of work to be able to be there her but you get a great benefit if you're paying a flat ninety dollars to be able to stay there for several days weeks whatever <hes> <hes>. I think it's reasonable. Okay good snow and again. This is something we've had zero complaints about. That doesn't mean scene. There aren't people who are gonna call up now and say corker you an idiot. Do you know what happened but it does seem team that that when has its act together great. I guess i'll go ahead and click submit. Thank you for your health. Where do you think you're gonna travel okay. I'm gonna start in japan and make my way to nepal and from there. I don't know okay so i gotta say something about that so you're gonna be how sitting adding in other countries e._s. <hes> <hes> no that the housing standards in many other countries are not at the level we're used to let's take japan for a second. Japan is one of the wealthiest countries on earth but the housing stock doc is much more basic than what we're used to and there are people who live in very very nice homes in japan but particularly shakily in that massive blob of urban urbanism or whatever from tokyo to osaka people the live in very tight quarters a lot of times not very kind of drab places. I guess i'd say and so don't expect things things on a lot of places you go to be the level the you are used to <hes> okay i will lower my expectations which is just watching to know that and the same rule applies with airbnb and a lot of countries that airbnb will be <hes> not the same caliber accommodations that maybe you expect and what you're used to ralph is with us on the clark howard show hi ralph how're. How are you great. Thank you ralph. How can i serve you. Yes i received an email from a company that said i had a lot of money in an unclaimed like thirty seven thousand dollars and i'm that testing. That would be awesome so i made the call to them. And of course they wanted to know everything about me and then they wanted me to pay them a good sum of money and they wanted my social security number. I'm thinking if you can get it for see. I can get it for free. I'll talk the clock hours so we love the way you said that it rhymed. It was great and <hes> so you are you are right and i wanted to tell you that it's become much easier for you to find money. That's gone unclaimed also wanted to tell you this that could also be was known as a pretext a scam with somebody trying to get personal information and or money from you and there is no thirty seven thousand dollars out there. I mean there could be but you also stand the risk that this is just a kind so so i'll tell you how to find out what might be out there ready. First place he go to is unclaimed dot org. Have you seen that i have not but i'm sitting here with a colleague of mine and he said something along those lines. He's writing now. Okay so unclaimed. Dot org is a clearinghouse for all the states around the country who go look at the state databases. The second is one that i used to say i but there are a number of states that don't participate in the very very very easy easy to use missing money dot com database awesome. Both of these are completely free to use. Have you ever owned an f._h._a. F._h._a. home a home with an f._h._a. Home loan on it. No i have not so we'll skip that. Have you ever worked for for a company. That had a pension yes i did and have you claim that pension. No i have not okay. It's possible that something has happened with that pension that the company had and there may be pension money that is there for you if you go due to a website for the pension benefit guaranty corporation which is p. As in paul v isn't benefit jesus and george p._b._g._c. is in charlie dot gov. You'll be able to see and i also have an article. We just updated on clark dot com all the different ways. You should go search to see if there is money missing for you so you can.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"From banks third parties and mortgage companies pitching you on paying in your mortgage off with a bi weekly loan the ideas you take half a monthly mortgage payment and and make that payment every two weeks and what the promise is it. Today's mortgage rates likely on a thirty year loan. You'll uh-huh cut four years off your loan and save probably <hes> you know tens of thousands of dollars early couple of tens of thousands in interest so that's the pitch and so this let's say shows. We'll say save thousands of dollars on your mortgage. Pay your your loan many years earlier. Pay it off. Many years earlier than you would have. Otherwise sounds pretty exciting right well. Let me tell you how this thing plays you will either pay a junk fee up front and a junk fee over time every payment you do or you pay a junk fee every month for doing this many times when the pitch comes from your bank they're getting commission for conning you into a by weekly payment program that is run by a third party in the bank washes its hands if the third party of skies with your the money or doesn't properly make payments on time and the bank says oh no all we were doing was letting you know about. This is a public service. We have nothing to do with it even though they lined their pockets with it by getting do sign up with the biweekly thing. The reality is all you. You gotta knows the math so there's fifty two weeks a year. When you make half a mortgage payment every two weeks over those fifty two weeks you've made twenty-six half payments or the equivalent of thirteen thirteen monthly payments by paying half a payment every two weeks. All you're really doing is you're making thirteen mortgage payments amy year instead of twelve but it gets more.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This morning his bi weekly visit we talk TV every couple of weeks with Dan about the way he's going to be joining us on this Wednesday coming Wednesday for an extra an extra visit because the Emmy nominations will be announced on Tuesday morning and so he will join us Wednesday morning to discuss all the nominations and I know who have a lot to say and I think there's gonna be some big surprises in the some of the nominations will make us happy some of them will completely aggravate us but that happens every year so we'll talk to Dan special extra visit with Dan on Wednesday morning to talk the Emmy nominations for two thousand nineteen anyway he was on earlier we're talking TV and he reviewed the new season of stranger things which is now streaming on Netflix and everybody seems to be watching it and one of the big things about stranger things that takes place in the eighties and they've they've they've reference that a lot they they take the eighties in name multiply it by ninety and put it in every episode so we thought we would in honor of that talk about some of the best movies of the eighties and we would love to here from you what are some of your favorites three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number and I'm not surprised to our first caller is here's IJCAI Ike Hey nickel don't you man all right by the way speaking about eight movies and they did you see the sea and then special on the movie about aids with I have not yet there yes a good yeah it's like the those children a couple different technique but now they're talking about movies and they did a partner talk about the decade of the eighties yeah I know I haven't seen that I'm aware of it and I haven't seen it but anytime on demand I am I know I can get it C. N. N. on demand so I'll probably end up watching it soon okay okay of course this is definitely one of the best not just want the best eighties movie the one the best eighties action movies and I'm not talking about diehard this is the one that led the way that make black to wait for the train for movies like Die are action movies like dire the age of course Rambo first blood part two yeah well that's that's a classic eighties action movie and into me a lot of money and in it did it was that was influential in the fact that you had big muscle had shooting guns in every movie in the area absolutely absolutely I'm looking for season five on little nervous you know I'm all nervous but it was good but it's a classic for sure all right thanks Mike nobody I care yeah I remember when I saw Rambo when I saw the first one part to ram I hated it I hated it I thought it was the stupidest movie I've ever seen in my life especially because I love first blood so much first blood is by far my favorite Sylvester Stallone movie and by far my favorite Sylvester Stallone performance cop land is a close second but Stallone that movie is great like it's a legitimately great movie first blood and then you know to turn him into a a maniac you know pretty big he basically blows up all of Vietnam yeah in Rambo but here's the thing I watched it because when it first came out I hated it here's the thing years later I watched it again that movie rules it's amazing I love it I love it I hate the third one the one that takes place in Afghanistan I mean it has its moments although in terms of how it's aged arm I think the title card where they dedicate the movie to the brave fighters of the movie mujahideen yeah has virtually not age super well yeah well I haven't watched it I mean I I can't stand it I hated it but I still own it the last one the last one that they did in two thousand eight which was insanely violent crazy I love that one you ready for last blood bramble no not really I mean I miss it yeah I mean I'll see it but I don't I'm not particularly I'm looking here to eight if this series that ended after the first movie I would've been very happy is it for the for the seriously I mean to go from the tone of first blood which is like a legitimately serious really good movie to the insanity of Rambo first blood part two you know and as entertaining as first blood part two is it is it's I mean it's great there's a it's it's just it's stupid as hell but it's great but like you know I was really hoping that it was going to be like and you know the thing is in the original cut the first blood Rambo that rainbow dies and I've seen that cut the eight and it's incredibly effective like it's really good but they thought you know Stallone's really hot right now because that is first blood came out when rocky rocky three came out they came out the same year and so they were like well he keeps making the sequels if this movie makes money we can probably make a whole you know series out of it and that's exactly what happened it's hard to believe that there's gonna be another Rambo movie cheese all right eighties movies what we're talking hundreds Robert on WGN hi Robert sorry sorry what's up if you wanna blow your speakers and get your wife really peeved at G. yet crank up top done yeah well I don't I don't have a wife but that's okay but what my top three would have to be romancing the stone down on Beverly hills and midnight yeah those are all three those are all three really good and yeah oops romancing the stone of course directed by the great the great Robert Zemeckis is is after it's a great movie that's a movie came out of no where it came out of no where I remember when they when they were first showing the trailers for it it looks like an absolute rip off of of of what of raiders of the Lost Ark and even the poster art the poster art work look like like like it like it was a raiders movie yeah but not ended up being great really great movie and then down and out I'm one of the best scenes is when he's drowning in the pool and yeah hello this white to call nine one one and he has the phone in his hand yeah yeah.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Listen to me, I know your captivity by the collector was unjust. He had. No, right. The whole Gilad's zoo animals every raise rate every race has the secret rake the freedom taking this world is wrong can work together. The finest Lucien near problem when the polar guns. Oh, and they shoot a blam capless showed up so much for that down the kasha. All right speeds. And capsules what are you say? What else she says we are to die? Here's Steve on route a good. I'm the fending my world and hiding behind the shield of disrespectful intended. Of course, he said unpack. And let's take them on like ventures a movie in the battle. But then our vanishing captain van their banishing. But they Hannah's would us his calf, by the way, they move. I think there were surprised as we were when your voice say they'll be even worse apprise when they find themselves appear in the heart of earth's crust. Yanni turn and say who and it's crystal lockjaw in humans cap, remember them for the first issue. Applying for membership. It looks like you could need us. Next issue, muddy glory. The secret of the brethren begins one aval the girl in her mustache dog. All right. It's technically big Hawkins mustache. And we get the same ad for the BI weekly's that we got off issue. Three more three three mortars guys get the cosmos, but we have to do four twice. Then there's five there's no five five. Yeah. There's no par-five. We just have to four twice. Did it take them with the crossing line too? I think that. Yeah. I think they did do that. Yeah. There's by this biweekly summers things they can't get. They can never get the numbering rain. It seems like and don't even get started on star blast right? Oh boy. Things to come. I think with crossing wasn't informed. Five also to got mixed up. They definitely did. We did they hit. I remember bringing it up four and five stretch naked keep its. Yeah. So. Well, I was just consist a reference to transformers HOGAN in force. We just did the latest episode which is number full her in a four episode or for a shoe miniseries than window eighty four as you. So now numbers can be problematic. I do love that they ended it with whatever number of a four issue limited series. On the final issue. Once there, I mean to important to transform talk. But after we get the eighty I believe Heidi was that idea w I think they they they printed it continued on as if it was like it's weird 'cause marvel transformers series than years later. I d w did like issues supposedly issues eighty one through one hundred of the original series. Okay. Well, now wasn't there. They did a they adapted the transformers movie right at marvel three issue series. And then they did like a four issue. Handbook, right. Like, the marvel handbook ho Oh, Yan. yeah. And they did a headmaster's for forgot about that one. That's right. Yeah. And GI Joe and transformers mysterious. Yeah. The first one they original. Yeah. Yeah. There's an idea w one too. But yeah, you could check out the are transformers chill greens from Simon early on the case, a lunatic YouTube channel on podcast but sorry for transformers talk. You know, we'd love this as you might say, we just. It out of our minds. Yeah. Paint actors minions kind of little of transforming dark hockey little super pro in far, Dr Laki. Yeah. The hockey pro. Vigilante all dressed in black the hockey thing. Jason Jones hit us with the transformers drop, man. Right. Nice. I I when I want court courtoom as a kid every time playing with the toys. I'd I didn't do that. Every. Yep. Awesome. So anything else nothing? Three more of the us. And then we get the cosmic. Just gotta get through. The collect Sean a roles. Pointing their cats. But yeah, so seven issues of goodness with Cozma's. Even that goes driver issues better than this. Yeah. And I I forgot the first appear inside and Cosmas hid reaper. Oh, man. All right -solutely..

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Manager Tools

Manager Tools

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Manager Tools

"Four groups weekly biweekly monthly and control during that nineteen months. Here's what's interesting, obviously, as you might imagine weekly one on ones, greatly outperformed all other test groups in results and retention improvement. Eight percent, actually, we've repeated this and have gotten eight nine and so on although different sizes of studies and so on and folks if you don't know it as a general rule the way we calculate this. Ten percent improvement results retention is exceptionally hard to achieve. So so don't assume, oh, I'm only going to get ten percent of this ten percent improvement because ten percent in a six or eight month period. Sustainable is astronomically high the second biggest improvement came from biweekly one on ones. They got a three percent improvement. When we get this big data. I'm just rounding 'cause I don't wanna go three point two one. And then have somebody say sure three point two one point two. Oh, we're not doing that here by the. The way I found it interesting, and we've found this every single time we've ever tested weekly versus biweekly. The fact that the BI weekly one on one improvement is around forty percent of the results intention role results from tension improvement. We get from weeklies is fairly normal from our comparative tests we've seen it as low as twenty five percent if you do it by weekly. In other words, the biweekly people are getting twenty five percent of the improvement that the weekly people are and we've seen it up to forty five percent of the weekly. We have never seen managers who do by weekly one on ones in any of our studies ever achieve half fifty percent of the improvements in results and retention that the managers who do weekly one on ones do in my opinion, that's significant if you're a data guy, and we have, you know, Mike, and I've talked before that we think our audience skews more laughed on the. This model more logical rational linear, data driven and so on. And I don't think when you hear and see this data that you can say, oh, yeah. You know, I'm going to ignore that data if you've been arguing for more data, and then you get the dates, I dismiss it. And so on I would politely suggest to you that you're just looking for reasons to not do anything different, which is fine. But that'll probably keep you stuck in your.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"So the Levy that you got released for this. Nice couple earlier this week. They're both self employed. There's no magic potion. There's no magic wand to make a goal way. But how does that client? Stop the bleeding if their self-appointed this particular client of ours has had quite a history they've had five or six years worth of owning the IRS maybe longer actually, and they basically spending their gross income as opposed to spending only the net and the difference between the gross and what should be the net. Take home. Right. Yeah. You know, I in theory, your gross income, and what you are allowed to spend. Guess what that is that taxes? Those numbers in the middle that taxes and in Florida, there's no state income tax, but you have to pay the federal security Medicare, so Greg how do you suggest that people are self employed? What should they do? But make sure you water it down a little bit simplified for the listeners. Everyone's situation is unique wall state that you had to make quarterly estimated tax agents. And generally what you can do is take ninety percent of what your previous year's taxes were and divide that by four and they. Like that every quarter and you'll be in compliance, providing if there's a balanced to at the end of at the when you prepare the tax return to pay. I think that that system will not work simply because there are everyday things happen in life. The car breaks down the kids. Get in trouble. Someone gets sick. I is an emergency situation. Arises cats take the dog in emergency surgery things happen. So I tried to get myself employees, go to eight monthly to the tax program or BI weekly or weekly or in the case of state agents. I have them sending a certain percent of every closing commission. Check. They get that way. Percentage, and it's dependent upon what their previous tax returns what tax bracket there in that percentage against Senate the same day to get the commission. Check on never get in trouble, the taxes, rather self employed people sometimes you can use the percentage Medved every receivable. They get they consented or once a month. Or once every other week. Everyone's situation is different than what we have to do is. We analyze previous tax returns we analyze what's going on. We look to see if it's a consistent message or consistent check in once a month. We developed the program, then we get tax payer in this case, I played the tools they need to make sure it gets done. We'll give them a snack estimate attacks coupons. Well, someone with minor noticed if needed. We'll have a way to keep them current until you can keep your current. You'll never get out of this mess. Even if we get your case closed or this reopen next year, and then you have to turn around and go through this all over again. We'd like to pride ourselves doing it. Right. The first time, and that's what we tried to get done. We realized there's emergencies in life. We realize.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"So the Levy that you got released for this. Nice couple earlier this week. Both self employed. There's no magic potion. There's no magic wand to make a goal way. But how does that client, Dr bleeding, if self-appointed this particular client of ours has had quite a history they've had five or six years worth of only IRS maybe longer actually, and they basically spending their gross income as opposed to sending only the net and the difference between the gross and what should be the net. Take home. Right. Yeah. You know? I it your gross income. That taxes those numbers in the middle that taxes, and in Florida, there's no state income tax, but you have to pay the federal security Medicare, so Greg how do you suggest that people were self employed? What should they do? But make sure you water down a little bit simplified for the listeners. Well, everyone's situation's unique wall state that you have to make quarterly estimated tax eight eight generally what you can do is take ninety percent of what your previous year's taxes war and divide that by four and make that every quarter and you'll be in compliance, providing if there's a balance to the at the when you compare the tax return to pay it. I think that that system will not work simply because there are everyday things happen in life. Car breaks down the kids. Get in trouble. Someone gets sick. I wanted an emergency situation or you can't take the dog and for merchants surgery things. Happened wife tried to get myself in point to go to eight monthly tax program or BI weekly or weekly or in the case of state agents. I had them Senate a certain percent of every closing commission. Check. They get that way that percentage and it's dependent upon what their previous tax returns what tax bracket there in that percentage. If it gets the same day to give. Commission. Check will ever get in trouble with taxes. Employ people can use a percentage receivable, they get they consented. And or once a month or once every other week, everyone's situation is different than what we have to do is. We realize their previous tax returns we analyze what's going on. We look to see if consistent percentage or consistent check in once a month. We develop a program, then we get taxpayer in the case of the tools. They need to make sure it gets done. We'll give them a stack of estimate attacks coupons. Reminder needed. We'll have developed way to keep them Kirk to get Matola can keep your current. You'll never get out of this mess. Even if we get your case closed or this reopen next year, and then you have to turn around and go through this all over again. We'd like to pride ourselves on doing it. Right. The first time, and that's what we tried to get done. We were like there's emergencies in life. Realize things happen..

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Companies like pull yourself on the line and give yourself like week to week deadlines where you can eat MVP ideas at one who spoke to you guys earlier. I think a lot of you ruin that session. Allen's like, the perfect example of someone who's like harriett is like something that she's slowly building as she has other reliable sources of income, and she's like starting to get traction as like a really exciting thing. But by no means did she just like have this. Great idea and just like quit everything. Like, she's she's also like getting her masseuse license editor, she added wasn't Emma session. But she's she's like doing a bunch of like she's thinking about it in kind of this more holistic way where she has alternative income, which reduces the pressure on her initially starting that business. And I've actually I want to start your I want someone to start an on deck chapter in Detroit where people can just, you know, meet BI weekly or monthly to jam jamming ideas and each other accountable starting we've talked about question is given the fact that Eric has both started a business in Detroit and also has experienced what it's like to. We're going to start up in San Francisco Hans startups. Do do you believe in the via fame out? I know wait high out do you think about of this idea of rise the rest in startups be the different regions have different specialties in I love it. I love it. I moved San Francisco, but I love it. I think you can start it anywhere. I think actually it's tough sometimes scale is Ross to get series. Eight capital is tough to really scale team. Now, Detroit is very different place in two thousand twelve thirteen minute isn't twenty the investment landscape broadly? So it's getting easier easier and like I think with Finn in do anything blockchain or fifth. Do I think actually doesn't have it native advantage? But I think the two things can be true. I think it's getting easier and easier to start a company here. Also think it's getting better and better to start a company in San Francisco. So I think you successful either way somewhat rhetorical question. Do does village global only invest in another elevate global the third of our companies outside of San Francisco or as after the US and yet we're not invest in Detroit company, hence, the global. Yeah. And because it's cheaper is operatives in. Yes. Less competitive opportunities everywhere..

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"bi weekly" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Of a campaign before tomorrow's midterm election. A tale of two presidents, maybe to America's number forty five Donald Trump at rally after rally the contrast to this election could not be more clear Democrats produce mobs Republicans produce jobs while from number forty four Barack Obama. It turns out that the check on this Batur is you're trying to get out. He's old supporters. You get to vote. In what might be the most important election. Maybe more important than two thousand because it will determine congressional control and potential democratic check on the president. If the Democrats are to take over the house. They will meet a huge turnout from some specific groups in the polling. The Democrats are highly dependent on people who say that they have not voted in midterms before that's going to be about twenty percent of their vote. CBS news director of elections in surveys. Anthony Silvana those folks don't show up. We've rerun the models and the Republicans hold the house getting people to the polls will be vital and both sides. No it Steve Futterman. CBS news Washington about the so-called caravan of Central American migrants, the president has been using as a political issue at his rallies journalist Alice driver is watching them from Mexico City. They don't have an internet connection. They're not keeping up with the news. They don't know. What's what's being said in the US? She spoke to us by Skype underway now in South Korea small-scale military exercises involving U S marines could add some. Sting to this week's talks in New York between secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and his North Korean counterpart. The north is regularly denounce these joint military drills, the larger exercises have been on hold since the summer, but the allies aren't letting down that God in case talks break down and Pyongyang fulfills. Its recent threat to go on developing nukes reporter, Alex Jensen in Seoul, why our gas prices dropping industry analyst trilby Lundberg came from crude oil prices falling as it had an appraiser two weeks and not all of the lower oil prices have made their way through to the street. There might be a few more pennies drop on the way her BI weekly nationwide. Survey shows the average price of regular grade gas dropping eight cents a gallon over the past couple of weeks to two eighty five at the New York marathon on Sunday. Lisa the see-saw of Ethiopia winning the men's title and first place belongs to.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A tale of two presidents, maybe to America's number forty five Donald Trump at rally after rally contrast in this election, could not be more clear Democrats produce mobs Republicans produce jobs while from number forty four Barack Obama. It turns out that the check on this behavior. Is you trying to get out his old supporters? You get to vote in what might be the most important election of our lifetime. Maybe more important than two thousand eight because it will determine congressional control and potential democratic check on the president. If the Democrats are to take over the house, they will need a huge turnout from some specific groups in the polling. The Democrats are highly dependent on people who say that they have not voted in midterms before that's going to be about twenty percent of their vote CBS. S news director of elections and surveys, Anthony Silvana those folks don't show up. We've rerun the models and the Republicans hold the house getting people to the polls will be vital and both sides. No it Steve Futterman. CBS news Washington about the so-called caravan of simple American migrants, not the president has been using as a political issue at his rallies. Journalist Alice driver is watching them from Mexico City. Don't have an internet connection. They're not keeping up with the news. They don't know. What's what's being said in the US chew spoke to us by Skype underway now in South Korea small-scale military exercises involving U S marines. This could add some sting to this week's talks New York between secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and his North Korean counterpart. The north is regularly denounce these joint military drills, the larger exercises have been on hold since the summer, but the allies aren't letting down that God in case talks break down and Pyongyang fulfills. Its recent threat to go on developing nukes reporter, Alex Jensen in Seoul. Why are gas prices dropping industry analyst trilby Lundberg came from Khuda prices falling as it had in the prior two weeks and not all of the lower oil prices have made their way through to the street. There might be a few more pennies drop on the way her BI weekly nationwide. Survey shows the average price of regular grade gas dropping eight cents a gallon over the past couple of weeks to two eighty five at the New York marathon on Sunday Lisa of Ethiopia winning the men's title, and I.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"That is in some understandings that is that that is a a form of payments. And so some people would say, no, you should not have that because that is debt. If you're convicted that that's debt, then you should avoid it no matter whether it's practical or not. You should avoid pledging yourself and in debt. And so that's what you should. You should start from now in my own convictions. I've wrestled with this subject a lot over the years. I've really. Wrestled with it, and it's one of those issues where I think there are well meaning perspective on many size, and it's not. I don't think it's as crystal clear as perhaps we would like, and a lot of it has to do with your Herman itical principles. For example, when Paul writes in Romans and he says, oh, no, man, anything except love. Does he mean by that? What does he mean by that? Does he mean, oh, no man, anything. Well, the reality is there's always going to be some way of -application to that or when when. I'll stop going all the verses. So you have to figure how to apply because it is. It is almost impossible. I would say it is impossible. It's impossible to live a life free of debt of any kind even simple as this. Let's say that you bring on a labor and somebody is working for you and your green is that you're gonna pay them for their work on Friday. Well, that means that at the end of the day on Monday, you're in debt to your worker for what they've done on Monday, you're in debt to your worker on Tuesday, you're in debt to your work on Wednesday. So we all have to until you pay them on Friday. So of course you could pay your worker, their wages on a daily basis or on an hourly basis. And I actually support that. For example, there is a clear instruction in the Old Testament law where the you were clearly instructed to make sure that if somebody's impoverished that you pay them their way, just quickly, you don't make them wait. And I think that's a very valid thing to do that. If somebody is is has earning plenty of money and they can make it for a weekly or BI weekly or a monthly paycheck, then totally fine. But. Somebody is living day by day. You.

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"bi weekly" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

Swiss and Chips

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"bi weekly" Discussed on Swiss and Chips

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Swiss and Chips

10:15 min | 2 years ago

Tips to make your train tickets cheaper in Europe

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