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"bob dunne" Discussed on Storybound
"Would I have been merciful when I was a child? No I answered. When I was a child I prayed. I studied my Bible and kept a journal with letters to God. I was a paranoid journal keeper. So I made code for all the people in my life whom I wanted God to punish. Reading the Journal makes it clear that I was a real centers in the hands of an angry God kind of Christian. And I believed in the redemptive power of punishment. For it is said that when that do time or appointed time comes their foot show slide, then they shall be left to fall as they are inclined by their own weight. Codename I gave my mother, the Black Mamba. Because we just learned about the snakes and school. The movie The teacher showed us that day featured a seven foot long snake that looked like a slender woman skin skintight leather dress slithering across the Sahara in pursuit of Bush world. And my journal, the night we learned about the snakes I wrote. Dear God the Black Mamba has been really mean to me lately. Yesterday she told me that if I didn't clean my room, no, one would want to marry me. My brother Nano was code-named buzz. I don't remember why now. And the first few years of my journal Keeping Buzz was my hero. Dear God buzz rain after the ice cream truck today. He bought a firecracker popsicle for himself and Flintstones push pop for me. Or? Dear God. At the REC center today. None of the other kids want to be my partner for the three legged race because they said, I was too little. But then buzz came over and he said that he would do it and guess what we won and I got a trophy. Sometimes he annoyed me but back, then his offenses innocuous trivial. To God buzz keeps coming into my room without knocking and can't stand him. But after a few years by please for God's intervention became something else entirely. Dear God. When buzz came home last night, he started yelling at t. b. m. and I could hear her crying. So I went downstairs to look even know I was supposed to be in bed. She told him to keep quiet or he would wake me but then he picked up the TV and smashed it on the four and punched a hole in the wall. and his hand was bleeding and TBN started crying and she looked up and saw me and I ran back to my room while by screamed kept the fuck out of here you know. What does. I was ten when I wrote that entry. Was Smart enough to use the code names and make note of new. Words but not smart enough to see that anyone who could read could easily crack my code. Ahead. The Journal under my mattress but because my mother is a person who thinks to clean underneath the mattress, I'm sure she would have found it at some point. If she did, she never mentioned it. After. The broken television incident, my mother had run up to my bedroom and lock the door while nine raved downstairs. She grabbed me close and pulled the both of us down onto our knees behind the bed while she prayed in Sri. Bob Dunne or Lord protect my son. Eradicate Bama. Lord protect.
"bob dunne" Discussed on How I Built It
"Them and That's that has been really effective. We're actually you know still really really busy. It's hard to fit in. You know the the marketing efforts now that we're doing Deemed one of the most essential parts of our business. All right thank you Ross. And so like I started to say before Before he called in is they're working mostly with Oh clients but they. They're becoming more proactive right. So they've changed their process to again kind of what what? Shannon and Jason mentioned was. Go on the offense and do more outreach. Do More webinars become more proactive. And because of that they were able to help some clients that they currently have improved their business. So Again as your thinking about what you can change. Think about what you're doing and what you could do better right if you have an intake form but your not actively reaching out to people. I know. Cold outreach is really hard I. It's something that I don't like to do but I've gotten sponsors and clients and customers from doing cold outreach. And it's not just a generic a hey dear so and so. I make podcasts do you. You should have a podcast. Have you heard about podcasts? It's more personalized than that. So it is cold outreach. But the goal to demonstrate their needs That you understand their needs in that initial email and make a good impression so Ross understood what his clients needed and what they were going through and when he reached out to them he was able to make a big impact on their business. So Really loved that your take your second takeaway Aside from what services can you pivot is how can you change your process Maybe you can cut away some expenses And Save that way. 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Just visit text expanded or dot com slash podcast and let them know how I built. It sent you. That's text expenditure dot com slash podcast for twenty percent off your first year and now back to the show all right fantastic. Thank you again to text expand their really love their tool. I think they're absolutely fantastic. So how can we be of service? pivoting your your time and your content so first up is My friend Matty She I specifically reached out to her because I knew what she was doing. So let's just get into her recording and then I'll tell you what I think after that. So truth be told. I haven't had to adapt to my business a lot. Since the current Envir- started affecting business operations for other businesses mostly because of my business is primarily run on wine and in terms of business I'm still getting a lot of inbound leads every week on still working with pretty much all the same customers. I did prior to this point but one thing that I have done to adapt my business in a way is freeing up more time to mentor. Other business owners who are struggling I usually do weekly office hours and I have this kind of extended the time period worked to make those more well known to people so that I can help to service while things are going well for me. I know that's not necessarily the case for everyone. Alright thank you matty. So she she her business you know she is still getting leads. Her business hasn't been impacted that much on the bottom line yet. But she is being more proactive about her office. Hours and making herself available to those who need it and I love this idea because it's something that I decided to start doing as well I offer a free fifteen minute consoles to people who are thinking about starting a podcast and I get to ask them. You know what is what's holding you up. What advice do you need? And it's been really great so far it's been great. I think for them You know they've all been really happy with it but It's also been great for me because now I get to understand better. The problems people are having starting a podcast and then I can put out more content to help those people so I just love that idea from matty and how she's doing it and it's very generous over time right because time is so important. I know a lot of people have more time on their hands. But if you're a small business owner like me or like Matty your You might be in a position where you have less time so I I certainly do have less time because my daughter is her daycares closed. My wife is a nurse and so there are three days a week where it's just me and the Kiddo and I can't I can't work those days or I shouldn't work those days and actually be present with my child So I'm busier now. But I know that that fifteen minutes is going to help somebody put out a really fantastic podcast And that's that's one of the things. I can be generous with And speaking of You know putting out more content and things like that. There's no better person. In my opinion talk about putting out tons of content than Bob Dunne Bob. Wp He also called in about what he's doing. So let's hear from Bob now is Bob. Wp and actually. When I hit big time for a week I did see some serious downturn in traffic and people know I create content. That's the center of my business. But I knew at the same time that people were probably mobilized so for moment I thought about well shy cut back on the amount of content I was doing even though I suspected people be looking for solutions to sell online and that really only lasted a moment. So instead that heck a bump up my content and at that moment it hit me that. I didn't really care about the numbers. The traffic I figured if I write a in get five US releases important. Getting five hundred five thousand. It really didn't matter to me as long as I figured. Hey you know if this help someone so instead of living out or cutting back I started doubling up on some days in starting a new podcast actually and I'm glad I did it all right. Thank you Bob for calling in I think that you know what he said about seeing a slowdown in traffic and and how he was thinking about evaluating exactly what he's doing. I think that is an important thing to do. And then he decided to double down and start putting out helpful content because again people are going to appreciate that by and large. You might get that one annoying comment but If you're if you are generous with your time people will remember that generosity. And so bob doubling down putting out more content is again a strategy that. I've decided to employ. That's why I wanted to have Bob. On because I think it echoes and reinforces something. The I'm doing and that's that's always good right if you're doing in a vacuum you're not really sure. Well Bob has been putting out content heave and started a new podcast Again something I did that. I'll talk about shortly but I think that's really great. And then the last person that I want to bring you. I said six but it's actually seven. I guess I can't count. I'm really sorry Is My Laura. Burn Cristiano She is a she works with an agency. And so let's hear from her about what they've been doing During the pandemic.
"bob dunne" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Those few months bob dunne uh-huh dude comes into i have like a one hundred percent think that dia could snap like a twig wig a he just looks like menacing dirt but he's got a giant dick to i call it to do that's my dude look he threatens her i love the way he kinda like says at her as she walks out like he's in the background around like his arms around his hips and then like you know he he passed on his computer like immediately is exactly what just happened i love like why i even have this shit on your computer right yeah or like have this in just anybody could like walk up and get this information like i don't know it's just it's so funny seeing tony's smarter and be like yeah put this on a private server and you could see fucking open data public library like putting a usb flash drive in audio's this up away to the audience up way too loud search hit the button real quick fucking he he rents out books like tunnel like how to how to successfully cannot billion as missile like what the fuck is so easily traceable i would like jettison that computer often disputes no one can right exactly but then we get this she just quickly i want to get she finds out about sixteen riots she doesn't know exactly what it is but she knows that it is the thing that is running and then on the way out she made calls in again and she's like walk with me because she knows that she's good probably gonna need security and it's amazing that you know i think that what she when he was talking to tony earlier he's i kind of so and so on this episode and it goes sounds good and he just shakes his hand like yeah whatever and then it just happens to we this exact time and i was like oh that's fucking funny and then we get the yeah the aqueduct sane right he's like wait the technology is like william here's the technology i'm just asking you to make it smaller this plays william have you seen spot of far from home yet know who i don't want to spoil anything for you but this guy william is actually a friend of john forever like a really oh oh that's really really believe they co-produces or something they used to be like really really into making films together i'd like this is this is coming from like it's something that i read correct me if i'm wrong but i believe that's true and he is modest oil is also in spot from home as this character that's i just thought he was richard dreyfuss i don't know why i you drivers he kind of reminded me a richard dreyfuss is a little bit i don't know why the glasses and like what he looks like now right not not not like now like from jaws right this is obviously the famous line tony start built this siddique that booming i like i like hugh crescendo wacky.
"bob dunne" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Another wonderful plane tail by the old pilot salad now. I have to mention because I didn't mention it before. And we're talking about the plane talking. UK Three hundred episode and celebration and and you mentioned it at the beginning of this plane tale that you did this originally at that celebration. Nick did it live so you had some some pictures going on the big screen in the background but All of what you just heard was Nick doing it. It live live and he didn't flop anything to stop. No outtakes or anything was pretty. Yeah for anyone listened to the Christmas Plane Tells Sometimes put out with the year's worth of out takes you realize how hard it is to get a complete story out in one go and never happens but Yeah I I should do it for the for the peachy. UK so that was kind of good fun having one live there While we're there but we should do it live on every show. No no actually ended alive so I vote for that too much time it would kill me. No wouldn't job. I see in order to do a live one. It's like a a lecture when you're working with a a lot of nights you've got to read through them so many times until it's fresh in your head though would actually take me more time to do that. That it would to record one. Uh so anything you want to add or say about That particular story. I think it's an amazing story. An Amazing Job Bob Dunne by that flight crew in so sad that that airplane is still still sitting there as I think twenty eleven. That was the most recent some photograph I found of it Sitting some of Rub the engines from it. They frame sitting there covered in red. Dust is going to have any seven. That's sad now. I think that because the it was just the crew on board the new passengers it wasn't given nearly the same level of from publicity. Then had it been an aircraft full of passengers in NATO being saved was from US pilots point of view do what they did was unbelievably hard and they did a fantastic job. I mean they had about fifty knot. Oh crosswind component. When they touchdown China Control that airplane with all the problems that were going on around them And put it the runway. I think he's just a brilliant pace of piloting. Absolutely wow good stuff. I also forgot to mention earlier that the beverages is here in the Anderson Studios Are provided today by or at least the first two by Carlos stubbings things Host of the PD UK. Thank you very much callous. It was a really get the Adams South World Ghost ship citrus Pale the Goblin and some of them was commenting that they've chained governor who changed their labels that the attractive nowadays. Ah just one of our listeners opinions now this this CITRA pail Has CITRA hops. which have a very as you can imagine a very every tropical kind of hot player? Nick loves that Topical Topical Tropical Player and then I just selected another one on that your son gave you a Christmas present. That baby baby faced assassin But it is an in India Pale Ale as well from roosters brewing company since Nineteen ninety-three and it is entirely one hundred percent citra hop. So it's a very tasty hail. Thank you if you'd like alcopop. Yeah well everybody has everybody has taste some lower than others. I like Manley Beer in there. You go actually. That's not true anymore. I know ever Sorley. Educating we daily you are I am. I do not like happy as that. But I do like wit bears and I do like Porters and stoute's yeah I like it all here okay Let's continue with our feedback Item number seven from Dave. He says hello all well first off. Let me say how much I love your podcast. Okay thanks very much. I'm just waiting for him to say it. I did okay. I look forward to it every week. My question is this. I love the old pilots plain tales and would like to I I do the two and would like to share them with my mom. She however isn't into the podcast thing. Is there a way to purchase and a CD of multiple stories on it. If if not maybe an idea for those that are not into podcast yet. I look forward to your next podcast and any info that you may have on my question. Thanks thanks and again. That's from Dave and he gave us some some information To get back in touch with them and I believe have you yet or are you going to tell him now. What you what your plan is here? What your idea about The the idea of putting them out and CDs fills me with dread. Because the amount of work it would take really Not just putting them on CD relatively simple but mass mass producing them More importantly as Jeff knows from his efforts Producing a mugs and t shirts in the past It's really collecting all the people want who want them addressing packaging Charging the right money going overseas shipping. Oh yeah yeah exactly. That's just becomes a nightmare. I sadly I just don't have time for that And quite on the c the simplest way into Present these as a packet of just go to our website. You can download it each Plane tail individually you could onto a CD. He is self and then give that to her or alternatively Drachen drop them onto a ST card. And you can get plenty of Little loudspeaker system USB stick or something you said You plenty allows speaker systems. That won't you can just just plug a USB stick straight in to put an st concentrated into and then just press play and off they go so I would recommend the do it yourself. South Route It'll be cheap if you and it'd be a loss simpler for me. Yes I agree so hopefully it helps del. Dave I'm not sure what you said before said Dave but oh and by the way the money you would have spent on buying a CD You could always consider putting that into the coffee fund because that would help us anyway or you could buy your mom some flowers or by yourself. Some beer yes to all three all altered or by Dana some cough drops. Yeah exactly right right some right now but that was good. You caught that really rapidly. I mean very quickly. I'm big have gotten a lot better than my old age in my experience. Now I'm reacting lot better these You know they that roles Switch that you're using for cutting your yourself out. They also make a A floor switch model Rican. Actually you know like just tap it with your foot if you want. I was listening to another podcast and I was reminded that Rolls Makes Afoot activated Switch for coughing I Dunno just throw that other Let's see item eight. This is from Jack Jack English. Do you think Jack is English. Could be but he might not it might be just a way look the first he is. ABC crew from hurt for in the UK. Did I say that but for sure I'd get that right. Hartford Scher in the UK. My Name's Jack. I'm nineteen years old and in March this year. I'll be commencing training to become a commercial pilot through an avenue program A A few months ago I passed my initial class one medical ca job but during my eye examination. The optometrist raised a point that I would like your opinions on as as I wear glasses. The optometrist told me that I may not that I may want to look into finding a suitable headset in advance of training because she has been told by previous pilots. She has examined that the force of standard headset pushing glasses into the side of your head over a long period of time can become very uncomfortable. So I'd like to to know whether this ever affected you guys especially with Captain Nick having to wear a headset for the duration of a long flight. that's not true Our contact lenses a viable option. Russian or would they dry out your eyes any thoughts on this or solutions. I would love to hear or even if you have never experienced this before and I think I have nothing to worry about That it's all a meth I began listening around July twenty nineteen. I loved the show. I suffer with the syndrome Sorry to hear that we're still actively working to Klaus one medical or did you just not declared the syndrome when maybe they didn't ask the proper psychological questions he could behead every episode makes me more excited to begin my training. That's good good here. I hope all the crew and community have had a great start to their year. We have all the Best Jack English. Okay so just quickly before you answer. Nichols I know. You have some good answers for this one just to put out there The a myth is that long-haul pilots where their headsets for the entire twelve or fifteen hour flight. And you're not required to do that right. I I think I think you need to on on a noisy. Airplane lack of Boeing but The Airbus is so quiet so so sorry let you answer that. Let's see. Let me find in your microphone. SLIDER UP OH too bad. Stop Jam. Okay I'll put it back on any joking say Jacob Jacob once you're above twenty thousand feet on our buses Because we had speakers and the copy stuffing quite. You could could take off your headsets. You didn't need to wear them anymore. in fact Some people Yeah so So no you didn't do it for long You know the first hour on the last hour properly so But if there is a problem I Roland wait and see what kind of a headset you gonNA end up with Whether you buy your own or whether you get one issued by your company etc I know that there are over the air or in the ear version so and India version would probably operate it without any problem tools since it's not affecting the place on your head way or You spectacle arms go I know that ED military flying helmets press a lot more than civil Air Fines so An pilots Who Wore glasses cope cope with that? No problem I do think it was ideal but certainly bearable Certainly if you've got a pair those kind of more modern thick black plastic Dick Frames that's going to be West. I personally have a very thin wire frames so I would recommend glosses may buy some Juan like Lindstrom or was still the one I'm thinking has really whip he frames. Anyway you get any Decent tolerance choice choice and they'll have thin y frame so you can go for as an option All or just trying out various headsets With with the glasses and just see which one suit you I'm which one stone Of course it also depends on which aircraft type you're GONNA fly as to how L. Noisy there and how good the headsets needs to be so. I made it all the way through my career without any problems whatsoever. But I don't know about you you I eight glasses. I'm wearing right now. Are Basically the glasses that I'm the same glasses. I wear on the airplane at Super Thick. Whatever you call these things at the the arms or whatever but Yeah so.
"bob dunne" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"And how impossible possible is but when you see what festivals are men who don't get to sing in their lives and when they can go and go dodi aerobics and also released for them and that is freedom yeah search will turn only make more money only the me no matter how much i stink of home michigan how which i try because no i don't really know my point. I think like implementing you. Singing is a therapy and you. I guess now made to believe that it's stupid and silly and embarrassing saying and i think he if you can't do you shouldn't do think you can't doing your own saying you as i do want to the career but why do you think that you think that because you've been told that you can't sing yeah probably gone through a system that said unless you reach this criteria you can't dancing so get rid of that and it's been a reward is being rewarded by t._v. Shows in and and things like that like as much as i love the experts of judging job by the way everyone i'm constantly asked by people who don't understand understand what i'm doing. Why are you going to go on a talent show on the t._v. And it's so ironic as it was called the expediter and is like the thing that almost none of them have because it's like you go into a classroom in britain and the boys are going to be shire but probably half. The girls are quite good. Singers kids are quite good. Singers people are quite good singers. We're human beings with lowering taxes and we like music so we listen to music. Can your ear becomes accustomed to me but you know you look at the people. I love tom waits. I love bob dunne. Madonna's not very good singer are the x factor that makes them amazing but also those all of those programs initially so that prove that anyone can do do anyone could be a massive star. I wanna stash. They prove is is that i can be a massive story obviously because very few voters come out of those programs if any but one thing is it shows that everyone should sing. Everyone exactly what you're saying. We will go to auckland instrument. I mean keep a family piano violin better idea but but it's true anyone can you can. It's it's everyone's right to be able to sing. Let's play this is a good thing about the internet as well that you can now find a plethora of instrument lessons online for free and i think think that's definitely really good leveller and should be really encouraged. Yeah you should do. It could be like that michelle. What's his name when you learn. What's his name language guy. 'cause you listen you learn with someone else. He's on the recording. It could be learn an instrument with eh you learn at the same time and the idea is that you do hooded and the other person so you're we're gonna. We're gonna go into a- and shop. I did pick an instrument. Give it six months and then giles book in a recording session with i think ferrum i'm in giles. Can you plan ceremony at saruman. Album is one of the world's way through for that you might get an accurate explained to me the la well let me thank you so much for coming up in into rebecca lewis taylor from self-esteem giles martin and k t tunstall the i would really like to thank deborah nets and jimmy rotherham again. Please big round of applause. We'd like to thank universal music. Yeah thank you so much for you to the studio. You can't usually come in here as a member of the public tried on many occasions have been forwarded particularly see to david joseph who runs universal music who listen to our podcast some riot early stages and this led to this right so thank you to universal..
"bob dunne" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"So that's what I'm saying. You are starting to realize it's going to take them to get away from Bob Dunne, understand, he's using ESPN booth appearance fury. Theory. Meanwhile the world who. Hey, crop Whitney leave publicity or something. I I'm not going. Him in a fight with where ERO but arrow got he got he got the sound behind him. Like if you ask anybody they're going to say aerospace, over Crawford because people know aerospace more than they do Crawford. I, I don't know what pay per view numbers are looking like. If you. The only rumor that came out and they never cleared it up. Because, you know, that was probably even Loa was one hundred and fifty. So yeah, you know what I was saying? If aerospace is aerospace is bustling with the numbers like he. He the one that's running it as far as the wealth way. Then he got to do is go collect belts, in the big the big. Do the big two hundred and fifty to twenty five versus porta and his. Crawford Crawford Crawford, don't have nobody for next fight that two hundred two hundred thousand people going to watch. I don't I don't know. Who's gonna watch Crawford fight this. If it's not spin. I don't know who they gonna watch them fight. Puckett. How we won't fluid. I want I want to go be like. Country. Bring us for may with a junior. Gotta gotta talk book, talk, and bug. I'd say. The bug gotta be be putting the pressure on those guys. Because every time. ESPN should say fuck out front. Don't go by. Right now, spins don't have to fight it right now. Got porter spins could go get the winner of a pack Yao Thurman and Bush still be sitting there. The only thing I will give but is he'll be fresh for the fight. Because spent some beat our had two good horrified on me, but then he still be getting a momentum but it'd be looking like just. Oh, yeah. He he's one of the champions, instead of being a premier. Get something, Honey. Yeah. Oh man. They trying to freeze my man to line out Brian, but in the ring all year hang fight sodas next month, July six man fighting. Remember he? Nine he's still fighting Sebastian formality just drop full mellow from high as rankings. That's all this one. This one is is going to be for. WBZ into continental title. This would I don't get right? Well, he got the strap that ain't going to be on the line..
"bob dunne" Discussed on WSB-AM
"This hand. Yeah. Last night. Alex trebek's. He gets data devil. He listened Alastair back. You know to do. I don't. Anyone's going to beat that guy. Oh, yeah. Asked couldn't hear the night. Improv group. I know seventy. Yes. What about the lady the other night? Oh, yeah. We're said you're starting to scare me. Yes, she wants. She said, might my partner I tried to take over the world starting starting to frighten me see she. She was voted most likely to take over the world high school, and she just kind of a weirdo. She was weird. You know, sometimes our friend, Greg, Russ to our friend, Greg, Russ when he was a kid. His his adult teeth started growing in what. But his baby teeth in. Go didn't drop out oh he's a shark for a lot. And they took him to those. He was afraid of the dentist and his parents lied to gone to Baskin Robbins or something. He says he's sitting in the chair they just pulled a yanked him out. And I was thinking when I saw that, that lady, that maybe she s that same thing, just seem like our teeth for too big for mouth. And it's frightening. She knew her Shakespeare, though. I'll give it today. Jeopardy James is not stupid. He knows what he's doing. 'cause Jim Bob was giving them a bit of a run. So if he doesn't know Shakespeare, and she knows sake spear. He lays back so he can split the vote. There's something she knows the Jim Bob Dunne this guy. Everything is planned. I he is going to have to show up hungover or get an automobile accident on the way to the studio. I don't know in order for somebody to take him down. I think they're going to have to retire him at some point some step in. But maybe I'm wrong. Maybe tonight. Maybe he loses. That's the only thing that I am interested in is jeopardy. James. Visit trusting. It might be the end of the world. All right. Go ahead of this. First story is from ABC five Boston, w CV they're good. They're the best ABC station in the country. Now you're going to have an apology now. Thank you. Thank you, Tim called upstairs, and I'll have to give an apology personally to Fred Blankenship, bend the knee. Yes Fred, I'm very sorry. We apologize to Fred, Blankenship, all employees. WSB television, you are the best ABC affiliate in the country. But this one in Boston ain't, bad nether. Great in this first story is from nutritious. Chelsea Aamer again as nutritionist go. We have traffic.
"bob dunne" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Eight six four five seven seven. Here again is your host lake water. Now, Jodi, what are some of the big benefits of trading four x versus let's say, maybe stocks. You know, something in our listeners. Maybe more familiar with. If you guys aren't and they would leverage what happens is for fifty to one leverage. Whereas the stock market can give you two two one four to one leverage leverage means that you could for every dollar you can control fifty dollars in the forex market. Now. Why would you do for us? Well, it's a market. That's open twenty four hours a day doesn't closed until Friday. And then it opens the following Sunday. Then they just trade for the whole week. Now, why are they open twenty four hours because the world doesn't stop? And all these other countries are coming online during the day. So the first one is usually London Lookie here in London. It's daylight savings time's for London. So this week it's four AM. So at four AM here this week, the London market will open k now London usually controls sixty five percent of the currency market. Because like they say pirates of the Caribbean. They're the ones who created that East India company and all the lending case. Now, you have to decide that's the thing. You don't know what you don't know yet to decide. Hey, do I want to have this flexibility? Do I want to have another stream of income? Well trading can do that for you. And you know, when I before I became a traitor. I had no idea could I do this. We gotta give formation now. I like doing it. Because why I control my hours, I can control. How long in front of the computer and trade guys ever seen like anything else about trading? You guys sinc- like what Wall Street or something? Like that. Where all these people making money thing is they don't tell you how they're making what they're doing to make it looks all exciting. But unless you understand what the rules are you're gonna lose money. Okay. Because no, I've never met a traitor yet who had didn't have a consistent set of rules that could make money all the time. Okay. You can't be emotional. That's the other big thing. You're asking new trader stock market versus for us. Well, new traders are emotional, and you have to put that emotion in check. Because the market doesn't care. What you think the market doesn't care? What you do you have to conform? Your personality, your vision your mind with the market is doing a big thing about this is some traders, they learned ten -ticipant with the market should do. But the patient no longer reactionary, it can actually plan out a trade plan out what they want to do with their day. And eventually they complain on what they wanted do with their future example, I have a nurse, and I feel highly responsible for her because she says, hey, look, I started trading didn't want to be a nurse anymore. So I quit my job. And I'm just a full-time trader boy. Yeah. You know, I feel responsible. I need to make sure that she's on the right track. And she is. So I feel good. She's making money. That's what it is. I know people like say money. Well, you know, I hate to say it, but money helps you in this world. So that different ways of making money. You guys want to you know, work hard. I mean, you're not doing trading to change one job for another job because that's not the way trading is you learn to recognize the opportunities and get into the market at the right time in the right place. Then you can make consistent money gonna come naturally to get an education. Absolutely. And a lot of people out there. You know, they don't know where to get started. Don't know where to get started with the financial education. And you know, I get a finance degree from Florida state and teach me anything about the financial markets. And it wasn't until I began to surround myself with other successful traders, Jodi Wong or Bob Dunne. And these these some of the big instructors with Online Trading Academy that I really realize they're learning what's important to look at what's a huge waste of time. And most of stuff out there. People are looking at is a really big waste of time really has nothing to do with what the markets are doing or what you need to do to actually.
"bob dunne" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Your mind with the market is doing a big thing about consistent traders, they learn to -ticipant with the market should do. But this anticipation, they're no longer reactionary can actually plan out a trade. They can plan out what they want to do with their day and eventually a complaint on what they wanna do with their future example, I have a nurse, and I feel highly responsible for her because she says, hey, look, I started trading I didn't want to be nurse anymore. So I quit my job. And I'm just a full-time trader. Well, yeah, I feel responsible. I need to make sure that she's on the right path. And she is so I feel good. She's making money. That's what it is. I know people like say money. Well, you know, I hate to say it, but money helps you in this world. So that different ways of making money you guys work hard. I mean, you're not doing trading to change one job for another job because that's not the way trading is you learn to recognize the opportunities and get into the market at the right time in the right place. Then you can make consistent money going to come naturally to get an education. Absolutely. And a lot of people out there. You know, they don't know where to get started. They don't know where to get started with the financial education. And you know, I get a finance degree from Florida state and teach me anything about the financial markets. And it wasn't until I began a strong myself with other successful traders Jody Wong or Bob Dunne. And these these some of the big instructors with Online Trading Academy that I really realize they're learning what's important to look at what's a huge waste of time. Most of the stuff out there. People are looking at is a really big waste of time. Really has nothing to do with what the markets are doing or what you need.
"bob dunne" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"But it's it's not the same thing as the president lying about immigrants. It's not the same thing at all. No, no. The things I lie about our born of my own stupidity. You see President Trump is immoral and and he lies. To be mean. But I might tell little white lies, and I might make mistakes. But it's in service of a broader more generalized good, Mike at O'Connell walk. You're on the Dan Donald show. Hey, Dan, you notice off lifts her. After the question. She have answered with anything. She could have said we're gonna pay for these these. Healthier. With Trump's got orange hair said anything, you didn't matter. He writing a follow up her that. And that was it was Anderson Cooper. I know it's I know it's tough to tell because he wasn't making little noises like when he was taking those shots on New Year's Eve. But it was Anderson Cooper, what's that I can tell because one of them has a beer. Oh, I see what you did there. My I don't condone such wordplay, sir. But yet. To get to the broader moral point of what you're saying is that she doesn't get ups. She doesn't get challenged. She doesn't have to ever provide. Specifics. The start and end of any interview with Alexandria. Oh, Cossio Cortez. Should be and must be every study has determined that everything you're proposing is economically unfeasible restoring taxes to seventy percent. And and I know the defenders out there will say well that was the tax rate from the imposition in the early twentieth century of the federal income tax to what the nineteen sixties when it was lower down to thirty seven percent. How many people were actually when it's the same dollar amounts that you're talking about from the nineteen sixties to now inflation alone dictates in there was it should be noted. So. Much more income inequality when there were such confiscatory tax rates are high marginal tax rates that you didn't have as many people getting into the upper tax brackets. Now, you have many more people who would be affected, and when you hear a socialist talk about well, we would only take from those who make ten million dollars eventually as Margaret Thatcher, very famously said you run out of other people's money. So you have to take from lower and lower and lower tax brackets. What am I bodies? Joining me for the first time this year. Bob Dunne all from the Wisconsin, conservative digest. I you doing Bob happy new year. Great happy new year while we are busy ridiculing these people. We are way. Underestimating have you read Kelder, ROY? She won the straw poll at her half herb platform, the golden boy, the Democrats, right? Isn't it right now as Mandela Barnes? He has the same platform is okay court has in fact, if you wanna go. Oh back to nineteen forty eight. It's almost the same platform as Harry Truman had this is not the first of all she is not stupid. I'll disagree with you. Bob. This is not the same. This is not the same platform as Harry Truman this this. This is the same platform as mouse say tongue. I mean, this is open. Socialist. I understand your point though, this is a sort of populism with a heart. It's almost the flip side of the Trump coin. And I know people will be offended when I say that. But it's true it is appealing to the masses. But the reality of it is that it's economically unfeasible, socialism that invariably the same result of Venezuelan. You are one. I assume that says, well, she's so charismatic, and we're sort of falling into this trap of not thinking that many many people millions upon millions of especially millennials believe this. And this is true. This is why Bob it is so important to the folly of their arguments to expose how ridiculous their inability to articulate a coherent. Message is. The tax rate was.
"bob dunne" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"But I was then in the hands of different wing of the pirate king. Basically, they tried to be nice to me. They tried not to freak me out. Right. Okay. So bad in that your time on the boat was at an end, exactly. And all of a sudden. I was in solitary confinement. But I was with guys who tried not to be threatening. Had you been separated from early by that point. Yeah. Roller remained on the boat. So once they took me off, we separated rise. So that was bad as well that was bad. So by the time, you get back to land you no longer on the boat will set about a year of captivity about nine months. I think I was on the ship for five and I'd been on land for three more more like eight months, and then moved to land in the fall of two those dwell. Did you see Raleigh again? Never you've seen him since seen him since Simpson freedom, but not in smaller. What was your mental state when you back on land after having been on the non three I was then I was panicking. I was upset, but I was also. Oddly hopeful, partly because I listen to what the pirate said, but they tried to make out like I was going to go free sometime soon. You know, they said ten days, you can go free, and they were going to take me to the airport or something like that. And one of them told me that in secret. And then the story changed, but we wound up actually driving Galkayo. So I knew once we'd settled that we're on go Kyle when they were actually trying to tell me that I was in her daddy, which is totally different town. But I knew we were in Galkayo because I could hear the planes landing at the same airport where I'd seen my partner Ashwin off. But it turned out to be very long time before I went free. We there until your release. Yeah. Oh my God. So that's two and a half years. No little under two years. I think. Okay. Long enough. What was the routine like Diane day that? At a very slow. They put me to bed around sundown. Let me wake up around sunup. So basically between those two calls to prayer. I was supposed to be under mosquito tent where did you get hold of the bible? Oh that was only on the ship. So the Filipinos who are Christian. They gave us a couple of bibles on the ship. And so that was reading material I read the bible twice. That's when the Dylan song was going to had you read it hitherto. I was I had been a devout Catholic. Boy. So I knew the bible, but it was a good reintroduction to some of the stories, and at that point, I was so desperate. And I was interested in somehow. Learning to die. You know? And I I was really looking for something solid to hang onto the bible. And it was remarkable. How vague the bible could be about death. When you really looking for information. So at first I found it frustrating learning to die because you fade you would be killed because you considering killing yourself a little both. But I think on the ship. It was more. I thought it was going to have to face death. So I wanted to do it in some some way that could benefit somebody else. And yeah, no, we all know the principles of that. I was looking for a little something more in the bible and its there. But it's there in poetry. I mean, it's there if you read it like fundamentalist do is really hard to glean, something real. Yeah. You can't be too literal. No, it's like Bob Dylan. He has a lot like Bob Dunne. There's also a cat that was there for awhile. Yes. I got a cat sometime. I think in the fall of two thousand thirteen simply because I heard it cry. It was a kitten somewhere in the corner and the mother gone off somewhere and sound like the Kipp was hungry. So I asked when the pirates to bring it to me, and they thought it was bizarre that I was feeling at all affectionate towards cat because to them cats as vermin and there were like rats. Okay. Is that not what keeping pets is not palm culture?.
"bob dunne" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Of the most amazing things ever about was this whole thing of ROY. And Bob Dunne. That's what I thought. It was wonderful the best singer and the best loser system. Both in the same group. End of the line became the album. Second single orbison stated at the time. I've been rediscovered by young kids who had never heard of me before the wilburns. Radio mama walking down the street, but just four days before they shot the music video for end of the line and just three weeks after the album's release ROY orbison suffered a fatal heart attack. Although he had complained of chest pains over the previous month mentioning the discomfort to his close friend. Johnny cash orbison did not take the symptom seriously. Here's Tom petty. Roy went out on top. And I'm sure he knew that the last conversation I had with it was a couple of days before he died on the phone, and he was just so thrilled at the wheel breeze. Had gone platinum and need is just great great. Roy was a real special part of the group. It was. It was just our AC hall to have that voice. Come in. And he was so nice. So painful when he died. The video for end of the line was shot inside a vintage passenger car on a moving train maybe somewhere down there. A meal. The. During orbison vocal solos the camera focused on a framed portrait of the singer, which was perched near weather rocking chair that held resting upright guitar. Yes. Orbison became the first musician since Elvis in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven to land two posthumous albums in the top five in the traveling will berries album handle with care. What also went.
"bob dunne" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Week is four AM. So at four AM here this week, the London market will open k now London usually controls sixty five percent of the currency market because they say pirates of the Caribbean. They're the ones who created the East, India company and all the lending. So now, you have to decide that's the thing. You don't know. What you don't know? You have to decide. Hey, do I want to have this flexibility? Do I want to have another income? Well trading can do that for you. And you know, when I before I became a trader had no idea could I do this. We gotta get information. Now, I like doing it because why I control my hours, I think control hauling wanna sit in front of the computer and trade guys ever seen like anything else about trading and see what Wall Street or something like that where you know, all these people making money. Well, the thing is they don't tell you how they're making it or what they're doing to make it it looks all exciting. But unless you understand what the rules are you're gonna lose money. Okay. Because no, I have never met a traitor yet who didn't have a consistent set of rules. There could make money all the time. Okay. You can't be emotional. That's the other big thing. You're asking new trader stock market versus four x well new. Traders are emotional you have to put that emotion in a check. Because the market doesn't care. What you think the market doesn't care? What you do you have to conform? Your personality your vision your mind with the market is doing. The big thing about consistent traders, they learn to anticipate with the market should do. Patient. They're no longer reactionary can actually plan out a trait. They can plan out what they want to do with their day. And eventually a plan what they wanna do with their future example, I have a nurse, and I feel highly responsible for her because you says, hey, look, I started trading nurse anymore. So I quit my job. And I'm just a full-time trader. Well, yeah. You know, I feel responsible. I need to make sure that she's on the right path. And she is so I feel good. She's making money. That's what it is. I know people like say money. Well, you know, I hate to say it, but money helps you in this world caso at different ways of making money. You guys want to you know, work hard. You're not doing trading to change one job for another job because that's not the way trading is you learn to recognize the opportunities and get into the market at the right time and the right place, then you can make money gonna come naturally to get an education. Absolutely. And a lot of people out there. You know, they don't know where to get started. They don't know where to get started with the financial education. And you know, I got a finance degree from Florida state and teach me anything about the financial markets. And it wasn't until I began to surround myself with other successful traders like Jodi Wong or Bob Dunne. And these these some of the big instructors with Online Trading Academy that I really realize what's important to look at what's a huge waste of time. And most. The stuff out there. People are looking at is a really big waste of time. Really has nothing to do with what the markets are doing or what you need to do to actually make money Online Trading Academy, essentially shows you what buttons to click to make money and what buttons not to click they fly professional trees and from around the globe..
"bob dunne" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Local radio station KFI AM. Six forty more, stimulating. Talk it's a. Tuesday twenty eighth of August I'm Jennifer Jones Lee and some of the stories we're watching in the KFI twenty four hour newsroom chief at the Fullerton, PD's. Been placed on ministry leave the move comes after the chief and another officer got involved in some sort of off duty incident. At a concert in Irvine they, were reportedly asked to leave. But we're not arrested captain Bob Dunne will serve as. Acting police chief while authorities look into this President Trump made his first remarks about the. Death of Senator John McCain he told a group of evangelical leaders at, the White House. Last night hearts and. Prayers go out to McCain's family Trump was criticized for only, posting tweet after McCain's death, because for other high profile that's the, White House has released statements and a chain of fans has gathering in Detroit for three days of. Public viewings of Aretha Franklin Franklin's body is lying today in. Detroit's African American history museum her body will be moved Thursday to the Baptist church where she grew. Up another day of Ewing's Franklin's few Rural after another day of. The innings Franklin's funeral will be streamed live from the church Aretha Franklin died two weeks. Ago at seventy six years old news is brought to you this morning, by Mike diamond. The smell good plumber. Fifty we'll talk with ABC's Ryan burrow the NFL and the, player's still have not come, up with a resolution when it comes, to kneeling during the national anthem and we're headed right toward the start of the season there was. Another meeting yesterday we'll find out what happened and at six. O five handled on the news but right now it's our business buzz.
"bob dunne" Discussed on WTMA
"The crater but we've been concerned for more than a year but it could be two years now the drill bit down as its drilling and they've done a bunch of tests they had mixed reviews they did manage to successfully do a drill about three weeks ago i i reported on that on my last rover update on behind the black well this week they announced the the problem was that the feed mechanism was used to bring material into the hoppers for the laboratories and they have to bring a very precise amount is not very much like it's like half of an aspirin tablet they say it's very small amount to much clogs it too little they don't have enough to do a test well without the feed mechanism they've been actually trying to see if they can use the robot arm and the drill bit as deteriorate stuck to the drill bit after the drill if they can tap the material into the hopper and they announced this week that they have successfully been able to do that and they're going to begin to do lab tests now on this material they you know they tap it in and they look at the hopper to see if there's enough material there and of course they do want to put too much in clogged thing and they're successful so now this they're going to do a lot more tests along the way because this method of shaking material off the drill bid is a little less precise than the old method with the feed mechanism but nonetheless it looks like the drilling technique they've come up with will allow them to do work that they haven't been able to do since october of two thousand sixteen job outbound for mars cubesats marco a and marco they've successfully is that correct bob dunne course corrections that can be used an interplanetary missions they can take a lot of the the weight off of the budgets of the bigger research satellites for example mantra coniston's all but that would take pictures of mars and really get a feel of what the mosque surface looks like but they use it for communications as it relates satellite they had cubesats to do that at much lower cost this would really free that up to do research extremo files early in my conversation about astro biology extremely files were great fascinations things that can exist on earth creatures that exist on earth without the normal understanding of water.
"bob dunne" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"Online trading academy is not time concerns no one of the biggest mistakes you can make and we go over this and the free workshops that you get away is over trade right so we teach our students defined four trades a day and we actually give them the routine to do that and even when you're new to this it only takes forty five minutes to do right now eventually you have that plan memorized and takes only fifteen minutes that's how long it takes me now and i know that's how long it takes you as well so that's one of the reasons you know again what what else are you going to do with your day action about this why not own a business and what's by the way what's wrong with having multiple streams of income well that's why rich guy sold millions of copies of that book and it's all based upon developing multiple streams of passive income that you don't have to work hard at now bob dunne was teaching here a few weeks ago i mean he makes a hundred thousand dollars a day i mean trading why is he teaching it online trading academy while in his case it's because he likes a little bit you know you know i hate to say this is kind of an ego maniac he likes people worshipping him you know because he's a rockstar he's a great trader he likes the class he loves that that's why he doesn't you know i know a lot of extremely wealthy people that could buy you and me out a hundred times over who still works so why why are they working again they're passionate about it interesting question that we get that question all time every week oh my favorite question is hey this is so easy then why isn't everybody doing it well okay first of all nothing worthwhile and life is not easy you gotta put some effort into it and learning how to do it but then you know my response is like bright nanny why why aren't they i mean if i can do it.
"bob dunne" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The the futures contract the es a one of our instructors his name's bob dunne he was actually on the committee that created the s and p five hundred futures contract so when you come out to online trading academy you're learning from people who worked on the floor who created some of these some of these who created some of these commodities trader these contracts i should say that we actually trade and can it can generate some income off of now when you're looking at this you're looking at how many contracts you need that it's just a fun way of reverse engineering your income you say you know what i need i need a thousand bucks a week or any thousand bucks a month or maybe you need thousand bucks a day well if you're looking at a couple of points on the snp fifty bucks appoint per contract you know at trades millions and millions and millions of contracts per day it's easy to kind of scale up and go okay well if i'm averaging two points a day how many contracts do i need to get there now you're not going to start with twenty contracts you're gonna start with ten contracts everybody starts off small and you build the skill and one of my mentors used to always say don't worry about money he say don't worry about money the money will take care of itself the money takes care of itself as long as you generate the skill so many times and this is one of the greatest things that rob ever said to me and rob rob if you're out there listening this is one of the greatest things you ever said to me but what happens is he always say don't focus on the money the money is a byproduct of the skill if you generate the skill if you generate the ability to generate money the money comes right but so many times we're so stressed out about the money and all i only made one hundred bucks today are all one hundred bucks this week and we get stressed out about not being about not being as profitable as we want rather than focusing on generating the skill to be consistently profitable and then we can scale are what i like to call our trading business from there yeah you know what ryan looking at the time i think it was time to give away another another another two tickets what.