18 Burst results for "Brandon Evans"

"brandon evans" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Goes redline will start running soon if you need help navigating it look for the folks in the tee shirts and those people are more than two hundred volunteers I'm John Herrick there's gonna be a lot of general information that needs to be our education that needs to happen as a driver education is a big one right like not only how to ride the system but also how to interact with the system as a driver on the street indigo spokesperson Brandon Evans says the work in two hour shifts at all twenty eight stations between seven AM and seven PM the red line begins September first John Herrick ninety three W. Y. B. C. mobile news this Hey for Indiana teachers as the fifteenth lowest in the nation the education group stand for children says that's creating problems server numbers really struggle with their children having multiple teachers in the same year instead of a win will feature we use in the middle of the year I just rub distance learning the organization's Justin old Miller who says something maybe a tax hike we'll have to be done to generate more money you can tell the governor's commission on teacher salaries what do you think that a series of public hearings starting tonight at seven at ivy tech in Indianapolis others will follow Saturday in Evansville in next week you know card a hit and run in Madison County puts a sixteen year old boy in a hospital and leads to a search for a gray or silver car it happened Sunday afternoon on state road thirteen the boy's condition has stabilized after he was knocked off his bicycle the Madison County sheriff's department is asking for your help identifying the car and driver your one minute away from traffic and what's funny I switch the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Three five two. And we got another black face thing ear. This is incredible. How many of these things are popping up now? And this time state Representative Anthony Sabatini. They've got a photo that popped up of him dressed in black face. And the Florida Democrat party is calling on governor to Santa's in state House Speaker Jose Leyva to ask for his resignation. They first reported on this back in the were Landau sentinel did back in two thousand eighteen October twenty eighteen when they said the photo was mailed anonymously to media outlets in Lake County. And it shows the us from how in the hills Republican as a teenager with his face blackened and wearing a bunch of gold jewellery and a New York Yankees hat back then seventeen he told the sentinel. He was a sophomore at used to size school when he and his friend Brandon Evans who was black dressed like each other for a themed homecoming day and that. Evans told the sentinel that Sabatini asked to bar was jewelry and clothes. And of course, you got just last week Florida's secretary of state Michael tell resigned after photos came up of him wearing black face in a Hurricane Katrina costume that was the wildest costume. And and of course, you've got up in Virginia a few days ago, the photos of the Virginia governor Ralph Northam appear to show him in black face next to a guy in a Ku Klux Klan robe and a first he said, it was he he apologized then the next day said up that wasn't me after all that wasn't me. How would you not remember something like that? How could you not remember? And why did they put it in a yearbook rook that's so stupid that was really stupid, but then on Wednesday of Virginia attorney, general, Mark herring. This is yesterday admitted to putting on black face as a college student back in the nineteen eighties. And it's just. Going on and on. Again, the latest is state Representative Anthony Sabatini from how in the hills here. This is Republican this time having done it at some point. I'm thinking when I was a kid they had I've forgotten what club it was in in my hometown, the lions or or something like that. And they had a review where all the guys dressed in black face and sang songs and dance and stuff like that on stage. It was an annual event they did it, and it was acceptable back. Then before segregation, it was or I mean before integration of the schools that kind of thing was very much acceptable. And you wonder at what point you say, okay. It's no longer acceptable. And in this case, teeny was with a buddy of his who was black in the buddy was dressed as a white, and he was dressed as a black. And again, it seems like that was acceptable to at least one person. Who is black is buddy? It just gets really confusing and at what point is the off at where it was okay to be black. And then after that, it wasn't has his friends spoken about this since it's been brought back up. What did he was? He had to say about. Say something from before. The only thing he is said is that he lent him his stuff, you know, some of his stuff too. So he could pretend to be him. And whatever I mean, it was apparently acceptable with him. I mean, if his friend has said anything before now, apparently he wasn't that mad about it. No, apparently, not at all. But the Democrats are saying get them out of there. We've got to get rid of them is so mazing how people will have to be told to be upset about something you need to be upset about that. You have been, you know, been delta bad hand. But I keep wondering what is the cutoff point because people used to do it routinely. I mean, I it's an old thing that was done. And of course, it's not being discussed us all this story somewhere. It's not being discussed on the late night shows because what are the names of the late night. Yeah. On ever watch them. One of them. We helped put out a business here with the power pig. Yeah. Jimmy Kimmel and. Jimmy Kimmel and what's the other ones? Seth. No, not Seth good Lord. I forgot he was in a movie about the Red Sox. What they're not talking about is what your point is. No. They're not talking about it because they've got photos of both of them having done black face things. Oh, man as as consequently that. It's a two way street. Yeah. On the late shows that is not a topic. And don't expect it to be a topic anytime soon, but I'm just wondering at what point is the cutoff. If somebody did this back in the sixties was it acceptable. If they did it in the sixties, apparently, it isn't if they did it in the eighties, and it obviously is not some certainly would not do today. But anyway, it it it just goes on and on. I think we're gonna find more of these kind of pictures and things emerging as as time goes on here..

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Judge drops charges against 3 linked to New Mexico compound

Chad Benson

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Judge drops charges against 3 linked to New Mexico compound

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"See you in person yes we so my partner and i won aren't we run a group called miami may dot org which is what sanchez is apartment is a part of and so we have we've kind of brought together a lot of the founders in miami and have some great events they have a conscious element to them but everything from happy hours to had a morning morning breakfast meet ups to cooking classes and meditation i'm looking at the homepage as meditation right there too yeah so we believe in hang on i just hit the page and hit the play buttons hang on i gotta meet it there we go all right yeah so i mean it's our main events call thrived together tuesdays in the ideas that we want help founders thrive in business and then a lot of that is also life so if they don't learn some of these tools if they don't know how to manage stress they don't know they don't have the support system that becomes very difficult in in miami it's probably harder than in new york it's francisco where you find people all around you that are in startups with miami we wanted to more consciously bring bring people together so that they have those same resources all right miami made dot org i don't wanna take my two sponsors who honestly some days they get a lot of value me on the days after be honest they didn't get that much for me today but i think in the end they end up better than any other podcast and frankly they'll let me know they'll let such it no not me let such it no if they don't the two sponsors are hostgator dot com slash mixed reggie and top tau dot com slash mix which either great companies even though they didn't have a great spokesperson today.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"Yes it is a ceo for super wellness ac over guided answer where basically co with them we're helping them build their businesses were helping you know we'd be funded at early stages where we're helping them kind of hopefully get avoid this some of the mistakes that we made in in in our careers helping them find the resources that they need so it's very hard for entrepreneur to know what is a good designer what is it good developer what is how do i run accounting i mean there's so many different skills need so early on and you know one of the strategies tends to be like let's raise a bunch of money and you know try to hire a bunch of people and figure it out but there's united i think there's there's there's other ways to get there so part of part of floor trying to do is is really kind of create a mentorship near kind of a mentorship model and it's also a mentorship in life so part of our model is also tip to provide coaching to to our ceo's they've all gone through a coaching program on that we've all participated in they all probably will be on her journeys at some point you know if they if they choose which you know i think everyone has a couple that haven't been on you know that there are plenty on the next one but we believe in kind of creating that environment and then how do we create collaboration between those companies so you know if we have a bunch of health life coaches that are working with the superfoods company how does that all synchronized from we haven't group we have we built out influencers in the health and wellness how do we leverage that across businesses 'cause a lot of times creating assets we're building companies hiring people and then the business fails and that's you know you're kind of scrapping that starting all over saturday create that structure where we can kind of continue to grow does assets in businesses what weekly.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"The beginning you know there tends to be in the ceiling route but there's a lot of healing that happens for me there's also a lot of insights that happen so there's a lot of stuff that you know whether it's articles i wanna ride or what businesses i should be part of i actually had a very profound experience with my new girl kind of in knowing that you know my new girlfriend and i were really meant to be together in in this last experience so there's a lot that that you can kind of relate ammon you're kind of kind of seeing through some of the bullshit that you can have in your head going back and forth into really able to kind of break through some that whether you were you were going to be with your girlfriend forever having it would be otherwise you're not she wouldn't be a girlfriend anymore crat but we we don't we dated for a month at that point it became as clear to me as an from that well yeah it's it's the relationship as well in the experiences we've had together but that that just kind of accelerated made me made me realize beyond a shadow of a doubt which is interesting compared to obviously my previous relationship in going back and forth for years now in some of that is just the work i've done in the growth that i've had between now and then but you know kind of all contributes to that in time becomes less relevant we actually at two soulmate via two people meet on our trip that are soulmates they basically discovered that within i think the first few hours of our trip they are now they were living on separate coasts in la in miami they're not together committed to each other for life from from this from the strip and that happened even before they even did the medicine but just bringing them together.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"Do you do anything what else did you do beyond that as breath work there's yoga there's massage mudbath really anything you can think of that was decoction cleansing they have farmtotable organic food in this you know this resort it's it's not it's not in kind of the jungle of peru its after military resort you have seen sixyearold seven year old people there in addition you know i'm trying to get my parents to go still so it's something i believe in you know for anyone on it's certainly not a it's not an easy pat necessarily mean the medicine makes you work end adds makes me work yeah you face you face difficult things you may have physical you know purging in different things at having throw up yeah it's not drug am i gonna pay you may i might see you guys have a colon de hydro wait colon hydrotherapy i'm guessing that's why yeah they have cleanses is part of it it's really i mean when you come back from there i've never felt healthier my life you come back you literally because all junk is out of your body yeah and there's a diet that goes along with it that you know you you tend to eat before and after pretty vegan or close to it you you tend to cut out caffeine there's a lot of different things that they ask you to do before and after that that help make the whole process more successful but for me it's what we disagreed to do these quarterly so we're doing another one that we haven't announced yet in the end of july and we're gonna have one towards the end of the year that will probably announce five times it's mrs has aired.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"It's kind of weird bradenton erupted like heartfelt conversation commerce i have some ads where i do killer bangup job and i have to be honest today's to add i did not to kill killer bangup job i was just wasn't right mindset but i still refuse to record the ads in stick amid i wanted to feel like it's part of the conversation in be part of the conversation all right little loss now to be honest with you because i feel like i feel like i got it i got in how you were you were i got where you're going i wonder do you feel like you're do feel like your younger self would think that your success or would your younger self you like you're traitor to the mission i asked myself that all the time why are you going to be talking i mean you know i think our five year old self in our child self you know always sees film in love enjoy floor us you know somewhere along the line we create these expectations that ourselves whether they're they're from ourselves from our parents or from some from from society of what we need what we want in i think part of our journey in our challenges is kind of getting back to that childhood self of i mean the happy self yet a happy self connected self the self just wants to give out be loved once he wants to play with everyone partner with everyone i'm somewhere along the line it becomes let's be everyone let's be competitive let's take these guys out of business you know that's not the natural state you know we've we've created that state in i is was as competitive still am around everything.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"We need to have someone 'cause we're never going to have a utah it makes her he's always going to be the like these diehard entrepreneurs so we have to sell the right product to that man we realize you know what they did i had nothing to do with it that there that the right companies are always hiring and they're always like searching for the right place to higher end for hustle con they had some kind of recruiting headhunting company as a sponsor and they said sasha you should look for that if you really believe that you have an audience of entrepreneurs they're going to need to hire from someone since sacha went to see who is my past interviewees who had a company that hope i'm telling the story right had a company that did head hunting or finding or recruiting and it turned out i interviewed the founder of top towel so he reached out to them and he said hey was that actually even helpful for you to be on mixed genie customers and i guess they did and so they ended up buying ads from us and they've been buying from us ever since because we have real entrepreneurs real entrepreneurs have an issue you where they wanna hire smart developers and the place to go higher smart developers as we proven here on mixture g is top towel so if you're listening to me and you want to go higher developer go higher from top towel they will get you set up with the best of the best developers first things what's going to happen after you press that big green button on their website the one i'm about to give you is you're gonna get to talk to someone you're gonna tell them what you're working on you tell them what you how you operate as a team tell me about your personality 'cause they don't just want to find the right person who can do the right thing but find the right person for you the one you could work with and and then they'll introduce you if you like you could get started off in within a day or two i know when i heard from them i was always able to start right away so here's you.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"Yes and that is that is what we are in in i think for me anytime i fear now i mean fear of something to to face we have the ability to you know kinda repress fears but that stays with us somewhere you know i it stays stored in your muscles save stored in your body that fears is they're doing harm to you whether you want to have it actually come out or or you wanna kinda keep it within what the medicine does more than anything i've i've experienced gets it up in our and there's there's talk you know part of the medicine is people do throw up people think i'll purge part of that pershing is you're actually purging emotions your pershing that fear your pershing the judgment your pershing some of these some of these things that you you're holding into your body holding on tightly to because you define that as who you are anything that's an important piece of it but once you once you yourself of that i made my experiences just been you know the amount of joy and gratitude in you know these emotions that people kind of talk about that i was like okay now i'm never gonna walk around say how grateful i am every day in it just started happening and i do it every day all the time and it's it's it's not like at gratitude journal that i forced myself to do it just became part of my life it just i started feeling it and you know that's what i think is possible when you start to at least some of these other emotions in some of these other which is largely fear that the kind of the kind of wills us in the opposite of is love and so those are you know you have the opportunity to to hold onto fear or to hold onto love you know you can think about that in every business meeting you have every person you meet jiwan approach approaches relationship from.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"You did and how did that impact you i mean i was always i always found i could tap into a different level creativity with with with we'd i wouldn't say it was profoundly life life changing but i feel like it opened me up to a lot of things i mean the time i remember swimming in the most leaders by abroad in college in london and had a good friend in we were kind of the only people on the program with getting good weed smoke nearly every day we didn't have a lot of responsibilities now is when i really started like reading and getting into more the books in things like that so i do believe in the power of some of these things to open you up to different perspectives because i think and people can open up in money other ways certainly not required but i do think you know we can have these blinders we can you know that time at all i read was business books all i wanted to know how to run a company and you know you can just kind of go straightforward in a path or you can have things that that that may be opened that even back then a little bit of we'd with your friends or a lot of weed with your friend opened you up a little bit more yeah it did all right and in iowa ska what was the experience like i think the first thing you notice is there's this heart disease that denied connection to holiday universe call it a a higher power and the one of of everything and once you get into that perspective hence the name of my company when you know when you get into that perspective a lot of your decision making potentially changes when you think about the fact that we are all connected both people both while other organisms on the planet and you see that or most people that i've come in contact that have done the medicine see that pretty pretty definitively and it's not like hearing it from insured shirt at temple it's it's actually viscerally experiencing that feeling in that experience yourself and it's hard i don't know another way to kinda replace what that that can do for someone maybe your old self could identify with this i'm as i hear that i'm intrigued.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"At nc that outcome i didn't see you know i i didn't see the right acquirers i can see the right you know place place for that for that exit which would have to be probably affability plus once you raise that type of money and i looked at the time commitment years more that i would have to put in put into it and i was probably thirty seven at the time like okay family mid forties early four released by the time i leave and i knew that wasn't that legacy that i wanted to leave and that just started this existential crisis i guess along with you started already exploring did you start doing or trying drugs at that point or did that come only after i refer to it as plant medicine by it is it is it is a natural it's a contra major but the yeah i started probably yeah while i was still a crowd tap it while i was still with my actually i actually came to it through my ex's cousin who had tried it and was just this amazing spiritual person a mother and just kind of really trusted trusted her and heard about her experience in it was going through these different challenges it was looking at how to tap into how do i connect how do i kinda gets nuts level of of myself and that was what initially kind of got me there night been doing i'd studied law for five years for while before that i've been increasing kinda yoga meditation practice been doing some other things but you know for me i it was really the tool that that kind of opened things up for smoked weed before any other plant medicine.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"I wish i had the courage to express my feelings i don't know about that for me do feel that jewish that at times you had the courage express your feelings more yeah yeah i mean i think it's a big thing yeah big thing i've i've been working on his just coming from the harder like why do i feel versus what do i think in what do i you know i think what we think is and to be more type two ego tends to be more tied to you know are we looking good or are we right if you can actually just give it a little bit deeper into like what is what is actually coming up for you and that's been definitely hard thing through my life i wish i'd stayed in touch with my friends number four number five i wish i'd let myself be happier all right i get it you know what i thought i was gonna just crap all over this lifting instead he touched me because you know what i do remember the reason i named my dog tucker was after that first company i remember saying really admired this movie about the carmaker tucker preston tucker was his name and in the movie he was always happy no matter what they basically shut down his car company no one's driving a tucker car anymore but he was always singing hold that tiger like getting his family all excited bring everyone into whatever it was doing and i said you know what i did well and i still wasn't like enthused i was always angry and like fed up whatever happens i'm just gonna be the hold that tiger guy you know who's going to be that accent it's all on my dog tucker just so i can remember that are in.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"And then to go through life navelgazing and understanding myself because at the very least i survived forever if i leave a legacy of that right steve jobs died i'm still using his frigging computer there's we drive through new york city we still have to go i forget the name of the frigging streak has been so long you still have to go around the train station and look at cornelius vanderbilt camelias vanderbilt's statue because he changed the world he put tracks everywhere and yeah was dick and i don't think he fully enjoyed himself but he you know he built something so shouldn't that be the right way i guess to an extent it goes down to our own personal values i don't tend to believe that i mean just coming from my from my perspective i tend to think that that's a story that a lot of makeup i you know at the end of the day i believe everyone you know wants to live a hat off affiliate life life silva joy they wanna be around people that love them in the in the bay of they wanna do things that ultimately matter and i think the lot of the research read some articles about people in hospice in you know what they say their their last moments it's never i wish i would have made a little more money or i wish you would have built it's slightly bigger company it's always about the relationships in people and in the love and so i do you know i do tend to in just with my own personal experience i do tend to think that that is that is kind of path but that is that is where i think more and more people are getting lead i think that is what you know when you talk about seekers from people like looking searching in going journeys you know it tends to be more about you know how do i do i find my own kind of flow and purpose and how do i tap into what is really authentic to me and i think a lot of us are doing things that for whatever reason we.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"At that point said maybe something's wrong here you started to look can it be that maybe that's the mistake i've been thinking about my life to maybe the mistake is not that maybe the mistake is just that you started questioning yourself and that what we need to do is keep looking forward instead of this analysis can it be that this whole thing you and i about the talk about the change your life for the positive to the point where you're willing to come on here could it be that that's the mistake that maybe what you need to do is we all need to do is just not look down not look at the failure not examine our hearts not examine ourselves say keep on fucking marching dude because every minute you stop is a minute to second guess yourself get shot that's not my experience in how you know how i see it in elsa also would never view it as a mistake i truly believe every you know i the divorce i write a lot of medium i run article this the seven spiritual laws divorce in i truly believe it's one of the best thing that's ever happened to be it's it's been just a spiritually enlightening experience just what i've had to face what you have to go through higher you know all all these conflicts of be talk about found yourself yeah the puts you up against who are you in what is this mean in like who do you wanna be in the future in there was just so much that that that have ignited within me in the way i'm not challenging you i'm just trying not to go back down it but i got myself and say why did i punk out of this interview but so i'll say who cares who we are who cares about having a good life right now i wouldn't we all understand me i'd rather have more money more impact bigger company and dia tired old man who never understood himself.

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"Who did become somebody's so for me that's why i had to be on the cover of forbes magazine just like ron perlman was on the cover forbes magazine because i'm not going to live in these people shadow i have to be there what was it for you you don't have yeah there's probably a bit of a napoleon complex to i mean i have your height how taller you five six seven always felt insecure because of that walking into a room and having to look up to talk to people yeah there's a piece of that yet and i think i've always been a leader but it's always been kind of leading from behind or people don't necessarily may be recognized that immediately it's also my personality i'm a little more introverted so i'm not someone that's going to go in and light up a room but you want to a lot of people to look at you anyway yeah yeah i think there's an element of that at the end of the day i mean i wanted people to follow me i am a leader and i think when i'm with people for long enough period of time i think they recognize that in those those traits come out but i think for me i guess i was wanted to be easier like i wanted people to walk into the room if people know him the leader where i wanted to have happen money sitting in the bank accounts like i start the company i wanted to start everything i've done i've almost begged for or every job i've had i've written passionate emails about why should be there in called you know i've always fought for for the stuff i've i like at some point in your life you should just not have to prove yourself anymore have people feeling her proven.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"Which backs heart lead founders and hudson watch ice run snatch used to run scotch tasting too scotch france yeah i ran as manager for single malts back in the day trump you know what i was going to suggest we bring a scotch over but i've got another conversation after this so we'll we'll miss it but i will say one heart actually what's your one sentence on what what one heart is we help art lead leaders builds conscious companies so we're we're focused on both enabling entrepreneurs to follow their heart in build more more companies in also providing support system and resources that enable them to do that you know brennan i must not i know i have a heart full of passion but i must be completely heartless because i talked about you a lot after the enemy the thing that i kept saying was he also runs these the hiawatha events for entrepreneurs where he takes them to new places and dwi wasco i completely missed it that the business actually does much more than that all right let me talk about my sponsors and then get right into this the two sponsors are hostgator and top towel i ran it here's the thing let's just set up the premise you raised how much how many millions over the course of building your business the last one pat temporaries fifteen million fifteen total sales at your height was how much closer to twenty million twenty million now okay and then you fired now let's go back before all this and you had a vision for yourself it seems like you had a big one grand one what was your vision for yourself of where you were going to be at this stage or ten years from now in your life.

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"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"brandon evans" Discussed on Mixergy

"Hey there freedom fighters my name is andrew warner i'm the founder of mixer g where i think i think i think i do interviews with entrepreneurs where i am empathic where i get to because we've got biddy turn on i know most of you don't watch video but i do because i've got video i think that i can find the spots in the entrepreneur's story where we can go deeper were they're comfortable saying things that they would feel uncomfortable in any other situation and still when i interviewed brandon evans a few weeks ago i found out afterwards from the person who introduced us that i was being week that i didn't ask about how he got fired that i didn't ask enough about his divorce that i didn't ask him now off about the transformation that happened in his life and i thought i did a good job brandon i thought that as i was looking at you and talking to you about your divorce i could've sworn that i saw something in your face set andrew back off i'm not gonna give you anything it's not comfortable and i could've sworn the same thing happened with the divorce and i said you know what i got a solid interview with an entrepreneur who created crowd tap which did influence or marketing that actually worked i talked to him about how he raise millions how he made millions and how it was fired i thought we got some great stuff here if we don't go into the divorce maybe that's okay i don't have to drag people into my personal mission but apparently brennan was willing to go deeper into it than i was apparently i miscalculated and so i invited him back with this premise i said you know what you're entrepeneurship who's been through who has the credibility to talk about the challenges of being as systemized as anal as driven as we are and can talk about how that played a positive role in the challenge of of that and can talk about what happened in your life that caused you to lose this vision of your of yourself which is the perfect wife the perfect business the perfect everything so i invited brandon on here we have no agenda i'm just kind of going to rick with him and understand that of.

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