36 Burst results for "Brands"
Fresh update on "brands" discussed on Bloomberg Markets
"Work all over the world. We only have 2% in cash right now. We're stopping short of saying that we're going to see an earnings acceleration or re ignition of the cycle, but we are putting money to work. IBM weighing on the downshifts of industrial average, it's cash flow miss overshadowed a profit beat. Traders tomorrow, they're going to parch the PCE. That's the preferred price gauge used by fed officials. Right now, the S&P 500 was paired the earlier gains right now, up just three points of about a tenth of a percent, the tech heavy NASDAQ 100 very much interest rate sensitive, up 68 points right now that's up 6 tenths of a percent parsing the gains there and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, 66 points lower. That is down two tenths of a percent. We check the market's view all day long right here on Bloomberg radio on John Tucker. That's your Bloomberg business flash mountain hall. All right, John Tucker. Yeah, we're going to have you land in here 1107. So if you're free, come on up and say hi. That'll be fun. Looking at the markets here, just no direction here. What do you mean up is Tucker downstairs? I don't know, I think he is. I think we put him down and one of those bullpens. I thought he was sitting over there by Mike in the, I don't know. Oh, no, I see Michael Barr over there. Yeah. No, think about all those smart guys, all the news guys downstairs. But they can come up. All right, let's check in with the markets chess men and she covers all things equities for Bloomberg news. Just tons of digest here today, where do you start? Right, there's so much going on. Obviously the mega caps and technology that are driving the market higher clearly what's happening with Tesla stock, the waiting that it has on the index. Quite a bit, even just before Tesla reported its results late after the bell yesterday, the options market was pricing in 11% move in either direction, you're seeing the stock up. Close to about 9% and still at one point earlier today was on pace for its best days since 2020 now. It's best day since potentially over the summer if it can hold around the level. It currently is, but looking more broadly at the equity market, we are seeing gains over in discretionary energy, Staples, materials, mildly lower. But we are continuing to see that dynamic Paul between what I was talking to you about yesterday when it comes to discretionary and Staples. And we've seen that ratio on the equal weight continuing to improve because of the improvement we are seeing in discretionary typically I look at the equal weight just to get the noise out from Amazon and Tesla, but that is something that's key for traders to look at when they're trying to assess the direction of the equity market as well as the economy. So that's something that has voted well so far at the beginning of the new year after obviously what we saw last year. All right, one of my favorite sectors, which I know you cover from time to time, gaming. Gaming. Macau. They'll stop ripping. They are. I mean, I'm thinking about a China real-life fall in terms of the S&P industrial sectors, the 11 groups. So that actually is in discretionary when you're looking at consumer discretionary. Okay. Gaming stocks. So that also is part of what we are seeing in the industry. I mean, you can lock down for three years. They just say go crazy. What do you do? I hop over to Macau. Yeah. You roll the bones. That's stuck. It's up 3% today, up 18% year to date. If you're looking at what's happening there, stifle actually was calling out the company's commentary when they were looking at revenue and gaming volumes, especially in that region. So that's really boding well, even over at Wells Fargo, he boosted stock if you say if you're looking at other companies like wind resorts from one 25 to actually one 25 now it was one O one, so not even just when you're looking at some of the gaming stocks, but also more of the hotels in addition to the casinos. So you're seeing some big movements over there. Las Vegas Sands is another big play on Macau. I mean, think about the market growth. They built this island essentially for all the 1.4 billion Chinese people who basically all liked the gamble. Why flight of it? They used to fly to Vegas. Did you love it? Unbelievable. Yeah? Yeah. We should all go. Yeah, it's phenomenal. So just monstrous properties, all top, top notch, great stuff. And it's a great market. And so, you know, but then they got crushed. And with the pandemic. So this is a reopening trade. So definitely, and we saw that strength even happening back toward the middle of October, so we're continuing to see that strength as those casino and hotel stocks, but then also in addition to discretionary home builders this year have been on quite a tear. So you are seeing different pockets of discretionary. We have obviously we've talked a lot about when it comes to the retail sector. And the questions as far as restaurants, that's I've seen actually a lot of strength on the small cap side when it comes to my conversations with portfolio managers. They've been buying up more, so with restaurants on the small cap side, it'll be interesting how that filters in, but Wells Fargo actually last week had a note out when it came to Yum Brands. Obviously, they have different restaurants when you think of KFC. The best. They have the best restaurant. Taco Bell. KFC and pizza the hutt, like that's, if you had Wendy's in there, it would be like the greatest conglomeration of fast food restaurants, but my favorite is cracker barrel. This is a fast food restaurant. You only saw it. That's casual. What do they call that casual, I have to ask Michael Halen, he covers it. And jolene comes over to you and asked you what you want, sweetheart, you know? Yep. I want sweet tea, country boy breakfast and we're good to go. I love that. So Jess, do you use the EA function a lot to track how we're doing throughout earnings season? I do. We're not that deep into it yet. We're only a 127 companies have reported out of 500. Right. We have obviously they're beating on sales and earnings, a little bit more on earnings than they are on sales. And then if you click on the growth tab, you can see they've actually grown sales 6% in earnings are down half a percent. How much does this earnings season? How much do you think it's going to matter? Well, what's interesting is because we've seen clearly a lot of movement when we're coming when we're talking about the technology and maybe chip makers and some of these other growth stocks, but on average companies that have been beating on EPS and sales have been rewarded more so when you're looking at the Bloomberg intelligence data on average, it's actually beating the 6 year average right now. And when it comes to misses, they're not getting punished as much as they had been in the prior quarter and that is just as simple as those expectations were just so low that even if they are missing expectations, they're just not getting punished quite as much. So that's something that has stood out to me more broadly. That's what's been happening during this earnings. Chipmakers, by the way, are so split, right? Because if you're Nvidia, we got to use your chips to use GPT and for the cloud. If your Intel not so much, right? Well, today, so it'll be the first computer chip maker to report, stocks up 12% this year, but it was down about 50% last year. So that's going to be key to hear from them after the bell today. I just great stuff. Equities reporter for Bloomberg news. Tons of eco data today, we don't know which way to go, so we said, let's call Yelena. She's only one floor away. She can just walk up and come into the studio. What? But no, no, no, no, no. She has left Bloomberg and gone to BNP Paribas. U.S.
Linda Ronstadt Insults Mike Pompeo
"Welcome back and they're gonna do you it. I'm joined now by the former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, his brand new book never give an inch is a fabulous read. I have been immersed in it for a couple of weeks. Good morning, mister secretary. Congratulations. You did not hear, but you're opening music with Linda Ronstadt singing. When will I be loved? Well done, Lou, are you? Well played. Well, I want people to begin with that anecdote because it sets the tone for the book. You are perhaps no holds barred when it comes to Washington, D.C. culture, and the Kennedy Center Honors is really Washington D.C. culture. So I like moment. Tell people about what happened there. Oh, here we the State Department's responsible for putting on this big event to honor great Americans talented Americans for music and the arts Secretary of State hosts the dinner on the evening before the big event. And you know these folks don't like Republicans very much. They certainly didn't like me or the Trump administration. So my wife and I said we're debating whether we should go. But you know, we wanted to honor the tradition. Great people. Earth wind and fire, Linda Ronstadt. There was a great group of folks. Very talented. That's a way we went to this event. It's intended to honor the musicians. And the Secretary of State does a little bit of introduction work. And so I decided to keep it both sincere to honor them and with a little bit of humor. And so I joke when I was introducing Linda Ronstadt to the podium, I asked the audience, I said, goodness gracious. When will I be loved? Harker back to one of her songs. The end of she doesn't get up and look at me and look me straight in the eye and say, you're not going to be in love till you leave this guy Trump or something like that. Yes, the roof, by the way, left and right in the room could see this was both inappropriate, nasty, mean beneath the level of the nice evening we were having. But I just got a chuckle went on with our lives fully expected in today's Washington D.C. that those of us who believe in traditional value sets will be mocked by those who want to undermine our country. That's what miss ronstadt was doing. It was most unfortunate and a little bit funny. No,
Danielle D'Souza Gill Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Royals
"You were talking a moment ago about the fact that the royal family is sort of stayed out of politics, and it seemed that the queen, the late queen, was, you know, also stoical in her personality, tended to hold her emotions and check in that sense, reflected the personality of an earlier era. Would you agree that it was starting with lady Diana that we began to see a kind of a new sensibility within the royal family, which is the idea of being a royal as a form of self expression. I say this because it seems to me some of what's going on with Harry and with Meghan Markle is an extension of what happened with lady Diana. Do you agree or do you think that they're actually very different? I would say they're different. Some people say Megan is like Diana. Megan herself has keeps trying to imitate Diana. She will wear the same outfits as her. She claims she never knew who the royals were. She never followed any of this. Other people who knew her have claimed differently. But it's pretty clear that she has tried to put herself in that line because Harry has this kind of obsession with his mother's death. So I think that was something that Meghan did strategically to make herself seem like a new Diana. However, Diana was really the people's princess and she was loved by many people. She was even though she had a lot of problems that was more of her at least brand whereas Meghan is more of someone who most people dislike, even before this book came out. She really wasn't very popular. She was popular around the time of her wedding, which is when kind of the royals and we're still getting along with her at least as far as the world's thought they were getting along. And most people were really excited about this new person joining their royal family. People thought it was cool. She was of another race and so on. And so I think only really after that after Meghan joined the royal family, did her popularity go down as soon as she kind of started acting in ways that were diva esque, like things were released about from her staff about her kind of being abusive towards them. Other people and then I think the pattern just continued of her. Sort of acting in that entitled way,
TVS Motor Companys Chairman Sir Ralf Speth conferred with University of Warwicks Honorary Doctorate
"12 p.m. Saturday January 21st, 2023. TVS motor company's chairman sir Ralph's Beth conferred with university of Warwick's honorary doctorate. Singapore, January 21st, 2023 ACN newswire sir Ralph speth, chairman of TVS motor company, has been conferred with an honorary doctorate in the field of science doctor of science, honoris kalsa from the university of Warwick, United Kingdom. The honorary degree was conferred by the university of Warwick Chancellor baroness Catherine Ashton of up Holland. TVS motor company post chairman sir Ralph speth conferred with university of Warwick apos honorary doctorate. Sir Ralph is accompanied by the university of Warwick Chancellor baroness Catherine Ashton of up Holland, who conferred the degree, sir Ralph is a fellow of the Royal Academy of engineering, and a fellow of the Royal Society. An honorary professor at Warwick manufacturing group WMG. He has been closely associated with WMG ever since obtaining his engineering doctorate in 2008, under the pioneering leadership of former WMG chairman, lord Botticelli. An outstanding engineer with a vast experience in the global automotive industry. Sir Ralph has held leadership roles with some of the renowned automotive and industrial giants such as Jaguar Land Rover, BMW, Ford, taught a motors, and the Linda group. He was appointed honorary knight commander of the British Empire in an additional night commander of the most excellent Order of the British Empire, commenting on the honor, Venice srinivasan, chairman emeritus, TVS motor company, said quote my heartiest congratulations to Ralph for this well deserved recognition. Over his distinguished career in automotive and industrials of more than four decades, he has built world class products and brands. He has been relentlessly working towards transforming the industry with his passion for technology and strive for excellence. This honor is a testament to his leadership, vision, and dedication to the industry, and we are privileged to have him lead TVS motor company in its transformational journey dot clothes, and venue, MD, TVS motor company, said quote sir Ralph's exemplary leadership skills, tremendous vision for the industry and descending approach towards technology make him unique. His energy and passion is inspiring. We are proud to have him amongst us we wish him many more accolades recognizing his immense contributions to the industry dot quote sir Ralph has a degree in engineering from the university of applied sciences rosenheim, Germany, and a doctorate of engineering and mechanical engineering and business administration at the university of Warwick. About TVS motor company TVS motor company is a reputed two and three Wheeler manufacturer globally, championing progress through sustainable mobility with four stadia off tart manufacturing facilities. In hoser, messieurs and in India and karawang in Indonesia. Rooted in our 100 year legacy of trust, value, and passion for customers in exactness. We take pride in making internationally aspirational products of the highest quality through innovative and sustainable processes. We are the only two Wheeler company to have received the prestigious stemming prize. Our products lead in their respective categories in the JD power IQS and appeal surveys. We have been ranked number one company in the JD power customer service satisfaction survey for consecutive four years. Our group company Norden motorcycles, based in the United Kingdom, is one of the most emotive motorcycle brands in the world. Our subsidiaries in the personal E mobility space, Swiss E mobility group a CMG and EGO movement have a leading position in the a bike market in Switzerland. TVS motor company endeavors to deliver the most superior customer experience across 80 countries in which we operate. For more information, please visit WWW dot TV's motor dot com. For more information, please contact Priyanka Kumar Priyanka dot Kumar TV's motor dot com copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
THETA Breaches 1 Level Courtesy Of Solid OnChain Developments
"10 a.m. Sunday, January 22nd, 2023. Data breaches one level courtesy of solid unchained developments. Streaming services have become a big part of the modern society. Theta network is building that kind of tech for the web three space. The network's native token theta has been going bullish in the past few weeks as a result of on chain developments, and a reversal of the sentiment on cryptocurrencies. According to coin gecko, theda rose 15 in the biweekly time frame, along with other altcoins. The network has been revving up development with the recent alpha release of edge store. Theta networks decentralized storage solution related reading what is singularity net and why is its AGI X token exploding by one 16 boosting the network in their January 20th blog post, the development team detailed how this new way of storing data can help the network and web three progress. The edge store solution would be a decentralized way to store web three content. This will run on the theta edge nodes, which already has the ability to encode and transcode content. The fear uncertainty and doubt surrounding the cryptocurrency market has not stopped the networks to grow with partnerships. Trusted media brand, a web three entertainment firm, is now part of the growing list of theta's enterprise validator nodes. The list includes tech industry giants like Samsung, Google, and Sony to name a few. This would accelerate the adoption of web three for entertainment services. One reached what's next for theta as the time of writing, the token has breached the 1.02 resistance to hit its current price of 1.04. This drive towards one might have left the bulls exhausted as they pulled off the advance yesterday. Right now, they'd a bulls are focused on consolidating gains. If the bulls are successful in consolidating the coin, we might see an explosive upward pressure in the next couple of days. The token, with its high correlation with Bitcoin, would also be subject to the broader sway of the crypto market. Theta gearing up for a monster move pick dot Twitter dot com 5 are 41 socks gay Luke prior high priest of cash the look of prior January 16th, 2023, with BTC going into consolidation mode as well. Theta's face right now would be reliant if Bitcoin breaks upwards or downwards. Although the token still has a long way to go for it to recover pre FTX levels, its steady momentum now will surely help investors and traders reach their goals. Analysts are also bullish for the future of the token crypto total market cap at 993 billion on the weekend chart chart trading view dot com related reading Shiba Inu shows aggressiveness with 20 jump in the weekly charts for now. Investors and traders targeting 1.20 should focus on keeping the momentum steady and slow as consolidating gives the token some room for short and medium term gains. With Bitcoin's price movement also affecting the theta market, monitoring how BTC moves in the next couple of weeks, should also be a priority. Featured image by currency dot com
The latest in the NFL
"NFL roundup Saturday preview. I'm Dave ferry. Fresh off a biweek, the eagles and chiefs are back on the field Saturday and her favorites to advance to the conference championship games. Philadelphia hosts the Giants of Kansas City entertains the Jaguars. The week off gave eagles quarterback Jalen hurts extra time to rest his spring right shoulder. He missed two games, but was back under center when the eagles beat the Giants 22 16 in week 18. Hertz has respect for the Giants defense. Regardless of what they've done, you know, I think they've done it well. What are they playing man coverage? They do that well, whatever the plan is on coverage, they play that well. So I think for us, it's just on us executing versus them. Hurts was healthy when the eagles handed the Giants their worst loss of the season, 48, 22 and week 14. And now the two teams meet for the third time in 7 weeks, eagles wide receiver AJ Brown says he doesn't see that as an advantage for either team. It doesn't matter how many times you play it. Come down to it. This opportunity and shouldn't be worried about what you did in the past or it doesn't help it doesn't hurt. You got to execute and that's what we find. The Giants were riding high at 7 and two before a two 5 and one finish dropped them to the 6th seed, but New York advanced in the wildcard as Daniel Jones threw for 301 yards and ran for 78 yards in the 31 24 downing of the Vikings. But he faces another challenge playing in front of the hostile eagle fans. It's a divisional game. I think that brings some intensity to it and yeah, I mean, they're known for having a good crowd that supports their team and yeah, so we're prepared for it. We've played there. Coach Brian debal says Jones has grown in his four NFL seasons, although this is their first year together. Dave ball sees Jones as a calming influence who is far removed from the player who went 12 and 25 in his first three years. Players looked to him because he is that consistent voice consistent message and consistent player, how he practices, I think, consistent is probably the best word to use. On paper, the chief's Jaguars game appears to be a potential mismatch, and Jags coach Doug Peterson knows their margin for error is small. For us, it's just a matter of just staying disciplined and trusting what we're doing. And just understand your role within your game plan, right? And just execute each play one at a time. Peterson was a backup quarterback when Reid was head coach of the eagles. And he also was a member of Reid's coaching staff. Reed has been impressed by Jacksonville's improvement this season. They've improved every week, and they have bought it. Doug's done a great job as his coaches have. It takes everybody. So, but he's a nice job with her. A 27, 17 loss in Kansas City left the Jaguars three and 7, but Jacksonville won 6 of its last 7 to win the AFC south, then turned to 27, nothing deficit into a 31 30 win over the Chargers in the wild card round. They advanced to the divisional round despite four first half interceptions by Trevor Lawrence, who also threw for four touchdowns and leading the comeback. I think we scored every drive in the second half, didn't pun again. So, I mean, that's huge, obviously, gives us confidence, and you don't want to do that, but to be able to win a game like that is really, really special. Lawrence has put up good numbers, throwing for 4113 yards and 25 touchdowns. But chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put up historic numbers, racking up 5250 passing yards and 41 touchdowns for the NFL's number one scoring offense. But the playoffs are an elevated brand of football, according to mahomes. I think you build up for this all season long. The regular season you take it week by week, but you want to be here in the playoffs and you know you're going to play the best football teams in the league and that's what you want to do as a competitor. And so I'm excited to get to go up against a great football team at arrowhead. That's always a good time. As of Friday afternoon, DraftKings had the chiefs at 9 point favorite while the eagles were giving 7 and a half points. Sunday's games have the bills hosting the Bengals before the cowboys visit the forty-niners. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.
A New Poll Predicts Which GOP Candidate Can Beat Biden
"Here we go. This is a poll that was conducted, as I said, before anybody knew the public knew about those classified documents being found here there and everywhere because it seems like every day there's another tranche of these things that they keep digging up. We'll see how many more there are. Anyway, this poll was conducted by the club for growth, great club that focuses on some of the economic policies that are really important right now. And we know that the economy is not in a very good spot. Just look at some of the bank earnings that you're seeing out this week. The upshot is that there's two Republican contenders that are very, very close in beating Biden. One of them, let's see if you can guess who one of them would actually, as of today. Pretty easily beat. Biden, and that would be none other than Ron DeSantis out of Florida. It's interesting when you look at these numbers, I think part of the reason for this is because his negatives are low compared to Donald Trump's negatives and that's to be expected, right? I mean, after all, I think Donald Trump certainly love him or hate him kind of politician. We used to call this in the media business a Q score, right? And the bigger your Q score typically, the more known you were, but not necessarily for the right reasons. Typically the bigger the Q score, the higher the negativity around a particular personality or brand. And so that is obviously obviously the case with Donald Trump with the base absolutely loving him, and others absolutely hating him. That's just the only way to put it. So when you look at somebody like Ron DeSantis, the reality is he's less tested, fewer people know about him and thus he doesn't have the same kind of negativity. So this will be something that the Democrats will work aggressively on.
Kyle Seraphin: Personal Thoughts on How to Fix the FBI
"If you were in charge tomorrow kind of a king for a day like a proffer session but what you say in that proper that's it that's going to be gospel right What would you do to fix the FBI and bring it back to an organization we can all be proud of rather than sadly where we've come through now So I grew up in a household My dad was a marketing guy and there's a point when your brand is so tarnished that you got to rebrand it You got to just shut it down I don't think you could reopen an enron today like no one's going to go into that there And I think the FBI has done a thing that is maybe an insurmountable optical to their brand At least with half this country And so you know given the opportunity I would shut the thing down and I would move people into places where they belong you know potentially even open up just a pure straight law enforcement entity to do it But if we're not going to do that and I don't think there's any political will to do so Breaking off that domestic intelligence mission it has to go away and it can't be part of law enforcement That doesn't mean they can't communicate with law enforcement But you can't have people that were in my job who have a law enforcement oath a badge and a gun and the authorities to go do it You know doing intelligence work domestically It's incredibly dangerous and it's going to lead to overstep And there's something I'm going to leave you with which I think is really powerful I talked to a guy named George Hill the other day former NSA retired FBI analyst So he was an Intel guy And his statement to me is very profound I think it's the problem that we have in one sort of basic sense Before 9 11 the concept of national security meant to continuation of our federal republic and the protection of the constitution as its guiding document And after 9 11 on September 12th 2001 national security meant nobody dies from terrorism in America And that is an unsustainable goal because you end up with the Chinese state of welding people into their house and the padded room and giving them Netflix and giving them Amazon deliveries And then everybody has to just stay home and hide Because you just can't have freedom and overall 100% safety I think it's a really really interesting thing that Americans need to reflect on and decide how much risk are they willing to accept and they've got to accept more if they want freedom
21st Edition of Manufacturing IT Summit Indonesia
"8 a.m. Monday, January 16th, 2023. 21st edition of manufacturing IT summit Indonesia. Jakarta, January 16th, 2023 ACN news wire after successful 20 editions of manufacturing IT summit, exito is all set to host another milestone event the 21st edition of manufacturing IT summit, and in person event which serves as an ideal platform to enhance the experience to quote reimagine, innovate, and transform what. The manufacturing IT summit is a by invite only in person event exclusively for technology leaders from leading businesses, institutions, and government officials representing Indonesia pass manufacturing sector. Recent data from the ministry of industry has indicated that the manufacturing sector has had the largest contribution to its GDP. Indonesia aspires to be a top ten economy by 2030, with net exports to be its growth engine, the next 15 years is forecasted to be the golden age for Indonesia, as it will realize a demographic bonus peak. Accelerating growth of the manufacturing sector is critical, with the Indonesian government planning to implement industry 4.0 through the ministry of industry apos making Indonesia 4.0 road map manufacturing IT summit Indonesia aligns itself with Indonesia pass national goals and is a leading networking conference. Gathering the most influential of these technology leaders to explore synergies and discuss today apos biggest technological challenges, fostering deeper collaboration and generating new ideas this conference will bring together over 150 sea level executives, directors, and heads of technology to discuss the critical technology issues affecting today across manufacturing industry, speakers like IR ignatius war zito, minister pass expert staff for strengthening domestic industry capabilities, acting director general of chemical, pharmaceutical and textile industry, ministry of industry, republic of Indonesia, director of community development amp. Entrepreneurship, coordinating ministry for economic affairs, republic of Indonesia, salil debt, chief technical adviser, United Nations industrial development organization you need, rain rinaldi S IIP, chief of digital assist committee, caden president, I had a printed group, republic of Indonesia, Juan canga one, head of product, triban data, Indonesian national ministry give tick and smart cities, republic of Indonesia, will British darma, CIO, Toyota ASTRO motor, mocha mad James fellow hooden. Executive director, Indonesia blockchain society among many others will be sharing their experiences and expertise at the summit. Event registration has commenced for delegates and sponsors. The delegates will be exposed to in depth, trimmed forward Sessions, amp workshops, practical takeaways, and ideas to keep you ahead in the digital economy. The spots will be able to create an overwhelming branding in the event along with meeting their prospects and displaying the products. Hundreds of seasoned marketers, strategists, designers, and more to network and connect with. Meet your customers, vendors, expert resources, Friends, and colleagues on 15th amp 16th of February, register now to engage at this grand event as the slots are filling up fast T oh no more about the event. WWW dot manufacturing its summit into an issue about excel we are globally to be business events company focused on crafting bespoke solutions and contexts by designing platforms that create new business opportunities for our clients across concepts and industries. We cherish the trust over the last 12 years garnered from our partnering organizations globally and with the growing team of young, vibrant and creative individuals, excel aims at success and perfection copyright 2023 ACN news wire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
StoneX Hires SWIFTs Edward Phelps as Head of Sales Strategy
"7 p.m. Friday January 13th, 2023. Stone X hires swift's Edward Phelps as head of sales strategy. LTP class Guatemala normal kwa stone's global payments, a subsidiary of the StoneX Group which specializes in cross border payments to developing countries, has hired Edward Phelps a former swift employee as its head of sales strategy. Phelps, who left swift after over 5 and a half years, announced his new role on Friday LTP tail TP class Guatemala normal club Phelps brings about a decade of experience to the role. His appointment comes less than a month after CBOE global markets finance magnates dot comics seek to invest with speech Patel talents boy Clara peace president in 2023 quite appointed weichs paddle tagged the top swift executive as the new president of CBOE clear Europe LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal quadrat swift Phelps worked in various capacities from acting in a business development corporates role in 2017 to moving to an SME and consumer strategy role in February 2021 LTP GT LTP. Classical normal coats this FML S 22 session that takes a futurist look at the online trading industry dot LTP tail TP class gua mesa normal club Phelps joined swift from ebri where he worked for almost 5 years. He served in various capacities including in corporate fork sales roles at the FinTech company dot LTP tail TP class guadagno normal kwa Phelps appointment is one in a number of executive hirings companies under the StoneX Group, which provides execution, post trade settlement, clearing, and custody services to its clients have completed in recent months LTP LTP class Guatemala normal quad in December, stoics group taffer finance magnates dot comic seeker devastation promoters run a Kotlin tummy marketing gun events manager quote promoted run a Catelyn tagged its events, sales, and marketing executive to the position of marketing and events manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Earlier in November, stone X retail, the group of pass FX and CFD trading division, finance magnates, dot com executives of a stoics hotel promotes item dance to product director quote promoted Adam dancel tagged to product director LTP detail TP class qualms normal quote stone exas subsidiaries face regulatory sanctions of the classical normal kwa meanwhile. Two different subsidiaries under the StoneX Group have recently come under regulatory scrutiny. On Thursday, the national futures association NFL finance magnates common statuta forks the phenytoin X markets 1 million 4 compliance quotes slapped 1 million final tagged on subsidiary stoics markets, which is a swap dealer member of the NFA. The U.S. derivatives regulator said the pecuniary penalty is to settle multiple charges of compliance violations against stone X markets. The subsidiary fine neither agreed to nor denied the allegations, but agreed to pay the fine dut LTP tale TP class Guatemala normal caught furthermore in December, NFL tahr clubs of the finance magnates dot com forks the finest game capital 700 K four compliant CV elation squad that gained capital tagged, another stomach subsidiary with a 700,000 fine. The penalty, the regulator clarified, was for multiple compliance violations by Forex dot com, which is one of gain capital apos retail Forex brokerage brands. LTP GT this article was written by Solomon Aldo pupo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
What is Mocaverse
"3 a.m. Monday January 9th, 2023. What is mocha verse? Mocha verse is a new NFT non fungible token project for money mocha brands that aims to strengthen the company's ecosystem of web three and metaverse eccentric projects, as well as bring together the company's portfolio projects, subsidiaries, joint ventures, and partners through a unique NFT collection. Features 8888 mocas, which are NFT profile pictures PFP's that serve as. The post what is mocha verse appeared first on Asia crypto today.
Ledger in 2022 Releases, Collabs NextGen Devices
"1 p.m. Monday, January 9th, 2023. Ledger in 2022 releases, collabs next gen devices. Things to know 2022 was a pivotal year for web three, showing the direction for an industry that needs more ownership, security, and freedom to thrive. Ledger reached many milestones, with the same north star to enable a future where users, artists, and brands manage their digital assets with control and freedom. We
Kash Patel Has a Special Name for Special Prosecutors
"Back with cash Patel. He's got a brand new book up. Let's put it straight up there. So everybody knows the name it is. Image. There we go. Government gangsters. You can pre order it at government gangsters dot com. We'll talk about your fight to get it published, but first things first, when it comes to the news, you said something that rather triggered my former White House colleague Steve Bannon in a good way on his show yesterday on war room. I was on right after you. You said something special about the special prosecutors the special counsels that are going after president Trump. How did you describe them cash? I call these special counsels, the special forces operators of government, corruption. Look at rob Rosenstein's appointment of Mueller. Now look at this appointment of rob her. Who is rob her? Rob Rosenstein's protege. Why does that matter? Rob her single handedly with rod Rosenstein was the one that blocked Devin Nunes and I access to russiagate information for the American public when we sent them congressional subpoenas when they were running the Department of Justice. So you want it information and DoJ and this guy her blocked you cash? Not only did he block it, I want him. I dare him to come out and say he didn't do it. He also blocked and wanted to prevent the release of the Nunes memo. We've got the emails. I'm going to post them later today, a foia request to be made for every Robert herr email. This guy didn't want us to expose the corruption at the FBI and DoJ with his henchmen rod Rosenstein. They lied about it. And these two guys not only signed the illegal fisa warrant against president Trump as the heads of DoJ, they also launched an investigation and subpoenaed me as the chief House intelligence committee investigator on Russia gate in 2017.
Eric Talks About His Favorite Guest Speakers
"Watched the Andrew clavin premiere two nights ago. Did you did you question mark? Was he your favorite guest speaker of the season, Eric? Oh yeah, I hated the other guests. Definitely. Os Guinness, bottom of the list, pathetic. Clavin's number one, yes. No, that's not true. Actually, one of the things I have to say is it almost never happens that I do a Socrates in an event where I don't love the guest in advance. There's just been a few that have been, you know, a little offbeat, but boy, the four that we did this fall were killer. But each one in a very different way. And again, that's kind of the brand of Socrates in the city. We try, you know, it's kind of like this show, the show about everything. I like to be as broad as possible. So obviously the Andrew clavin won is on the nose talking about Jesus. The second one, which premieres this Tuesday, is James tour talking about science, nanoscience, which has implications about God, but it's really not about God. It's about science. The third one, David berlinski, Dave berlinsky is an atheist or an agnostic, he is so fascinating. I don't even know where to start. Like he's just a character, you just wait. You just wait.
The Problem With Individual Truth and Collective Action
"Chris, you mentioned something I want to get kind of back to some of these themes of the book. You say, the social trust thing, I think, is the most interesting point you make, because some of this is really profound, all of its profound. But I think that's the one that's really interesting and collective action. If everybody has their own truth, how on earth could you ever get towards a purpose of collective action? That this is the problem, right? This is exactly the problem. And so I was talking with a friend yesterday about this. We had just been reading the book, and he said, well, how do you even got into the second half? The first half is the problem. The second half of the book is sort of my attempt at solution. He says, what's the solution? He's like, tell me I haven't gotten there yet. I want to temper expectations. I don't have the solution. But because I don't think there is a single silver bullet that says like, oh my gosh, we have all these problems. If we just do this, it's going to be fine. Like, I think that's too simplistic. But what I did was, as I went through things that are very concrete that are achievable, like I would try to give you an example in just a second because social trust is very important, but you don't get a country of 303 130 million people across that spans like this massive continent that goes from sort of dysfunction and polarization and then it's kind of like the Internet thing with this one weird trick. We just got everybody to have social trust again that rather what I put forward in the book is plans that I think are like audacious but achievable. So that you can have that sort of functioning and that sort of trust and those sort of big goals but things that you can do at a meaningful but still kind of small scale. It's one of the examples that I use it here. In the book as I proposed building new cities in the country and that these cities like brand new de novo cities. Out of nothing. Out of nothing, but that they should exist within a different purpose built political rubric.
God Says 'Be Anxious for Nothing'
"A brand handsome who's written a book called able, how just one change can make all of life better. And this is a revised and updated version because the previous version was loaded with anger and you had to edit that out, correct? It was just dripping with rage and he thought that makes no sense. That makes no sense. Right. Okay, so we're talking about, I mean, there are certain scriptures that I have to remember constantly. Like one of them in philippians, be anxious for nothing. But in all things, by prayer and supplication, make your quest known unto God. You know, because it's very natural for me to be anxious because things are wrong, things are screwed up. And I have to remember that God says, in love, he says to me, son, be anxious for nothing, but bring these things to me in prayer. Yes, these are screwed up things, but instead of being anxious and letting it rot you from the inside out in anger or whatever it is, bring it to me. Pray, ask me how you should deal with this or ask me to deal with it. It's really important for our souls for our lives for our health, for our physical health, that we don't walk around carrying anger. That is a fact, and the Bible says that over and over and over again. And obviously, in your book on offender bowl, you talk about that. Well, Jesus is brilliant because he's given us the best way to live. He's a genius. And all the other things he is, but he's on the cross saying father forgive them. They don't know what they're doing. I think we forget that when we see people saying things are horribly wrong, doing things are obviously horribly wrong. It's on display every day. However, if you're also somebody who's a Jesus follower, for instance, you're coming at it from that angle, you know you're in a battle not against flesh and blood, but against spiritual things. So I have to look at somebody with compassion and go, okay, they're fooled, they're taking over, they're doing evil things, but I'm not I'm actually not at war with them.
Continuum and Plato Announce Strategic Partnership for Web3 Powered Data Intelligence Content Syndication
"8 a.m. Friday January 6th, 2023. Continuum and Plato announced strategic partnership for web three powered data intelligence, content syndication. New York, January 6th, 2023 ACN newswire continuum, a web three community think tank. Today announced a strategic partnership with Plato data intelligence and white based data platform focused on the curation of data intelligence on today's most innovative technology verticals. Through the partnership, continue across partner brands will immediately benefit from the increased global reach Plato delivers. The partnership is focused at extending the both companies active web three communities via increased brand awareness, engagement, and vertical data intelligence using Plato apos content distribution and syndication at work dot quote our goal is to help early stage companies in the web three space create cost effective way to generate brand awareness, social proof and SEO across a company plus marketing and outreach objectives stated Christina brujon continue upon CEO and founder. Core Plato apos content distribution and syndication platform enables us immediate global reach across a deep mix of publications and media outlets while their data platform drives the latest in web three connectivity and data intelligence. Everyone in the web three space should be using it as it drives knowledge across our ever changing landscape data web three brands are unique, solving different problems of archaic web two infrastructure, but they all are faced with the same problems. Regulations, commercial adoption press, marketing, development, capital raising, cybersecurity audits, compliance, and licenses that makes the sector very difficult to navigate. We immerse ourselves deep into a brand deposit objectives which serves as a testament to the way we deliver results Christina added that quote we are excited to work with continuum and see a perfect fit for our platform across continuum of us growing community by delivering unprecedented engagement opportunities for their growing community Brian feinberg, Plato apos founder and CEO current continuum web three brand partners till us, good block, rift three L, legion, Devo protocol, the Bates group. Magnard sizzle, Medicaid, Gerard, breathed convention, NFT today magazine, future point partners, aphid AI, D G ramp, and merch, coin agenda, transform group, bid angels, Ceylon, blockchain center, Plato blockchain, silo cloud, novum insights, proof house, NFT yearbook, Corey connects, digital niche agency, and nifty chicks, bad crypto, the artist foundation, on the blockchain, metazoa, JS tax corp, meta racer X, deed entertainment, lion's share media, this famous, reactive, coin squad, digital one IRA, co intelligence fund, BC employ, local buzz, about continuum continuum that market continual market is a web three focused advisory and community driving commercial adoption through effective strategy, communications, and networking. The company has an extensive roster of partners its delivers through a community focused approach towards brand support, marketing, and collective resources. About Plato Plato, Plato blockchain dot com, amplify PR dot com Plato is an open intelligence repository and platform that curates the latest in data intelligence across today apos most innovative market verticals. The platform is designed to provide an ultra safe and secure environment to consume sector specific real-time data intelligence while delivering fully secured web three connectivity across 27 market verticals and 27 languages. Amplify, Plato apos in-house syndication network currently syndicates content and press release the apostle electronically to over 1900 publisher websites for deep and authentic connectivity. Media contacts Christina brujon CEO amp founder Christina condom market Plato data intelligence Brian feinberg CEO founders ever Plato data that I owe copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
President Trump Gave the Republican Party an Identity
"And I contend that this is the reason why Trump is so hated. I believe that Trump exposed the system simply by giving the Republican Party an identity yet again. Ronald Reagan did the same thing. We haven't had an identity for quite some time. It took Ronald Reagan. We went through this spell where we had George Bush, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, and I feel like, at the time, I supported George W. Bush, but in hindsight, I go back and I'm like, man, this guy really did some damage to the conservative brand. One of the ways in which he did damage is by calling us or by calling himself a compassionate conservative. And I'm going to get into that in the second hour. Dennis prager wrote a fabulous column that I want to share with you also there was another column and a.m. greatness. And I want to talk about the compassionate left or the disk compassionate left because they're not a party of compassion. They're actually very mean people. But what the heck do we stand for as Republicans?
DCM Suisse and Plato Announce Strategic Partnership for Ai Powered Content and Data Intel
"1 p.m. Friday, December 30th, 2022. DCM Suisse and Plato announced strategic partnership for AI powered content and data Intel. E crypto news update provides the latest articles on technology and cryptocurrencies, Geneva, Switzerland, December 28th, 2022, ACN newswire, DCM Swiss digital content marketplace, a decentralized blockchain powered platform for content creators, publishers, and brands. Today announced a strategic partnership with Plato data intelligence, a NY based data platform focused on the curation of data intelligence on today's most innovative technology verticals. Through the partnership, DCMs partner brands will immediately benefit. It crypto news dot com.
"brands" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"Number one is understanding. What the suite of products is you want to develop in other words. What are you to offer for. That's like the most complicated thing you do. What do you want to offer. That is the easiest smallest way to work with you And then what do you want offer. That's in the middle right and they call this evaluator or you can google that in other words there are sometimes things that you may want to offer that. Just bring people into your world because a lot of people just to get started need help with something very small and that'll help build trust and if you help them succeed and you give them some cook winds he might be willing to move onto the next phase and hire you for the thing that you do that you are known for. That is the service you really want to help people with but you may have to start with something smaller right so building. This suite of offers is part of that phase right now. What i want to also add to this is. It's not just about selling things. The idea of offering your help is huge. And what i want you to be able do is before you get to the point where you are selling something. I want to make sure that you build out resources right. What are the things that even while you're teaching are things that you would give people that are templates. That are checklists that are resources that they can use books. They can read approaches to follow whatever it is build them outright them out any kind of list of tools that you might use that you would recommend all of that and start to catalogue them and save those things number one because it'll help you serve your clients when they do decide to be clients and pay you for your service but number two day will help you figure out what the resources are that you could be offering people when you meet them in person or online when they are just trying to get a question answered you could say oh actually. I have a resource for that. Why don't you go get it here. I it should solve your problem for you right. It brings them into your world in a non sales away.
"brands" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"I think too especially a business starting out. Have you come across that with with companies that you're you're talking to absolutely. I think that people on they most businesses are more a part of the noise problem on social media than they are making money from it. A lot of what i teach is making money with social media livestreaming specifically i teach the live launch method. So that people can build and grow scalable programs with you know using live streaming as a catalyst for that. But i think people think that people that are building and running successful businesses that make a lot of money on social media or on social media twenty bars day. I'm almost never on social. The i batch my content my team takes it a push it out. I have my one livestream and you know. My time is running the company managing my sector visionary work rating content. You know all of that stuff. And i think it's really unders important to understand that if you're a business owner that time on social media you better be in front of a camera in front of a microphone right like sending a private message to someone. There's no time for strolling if you actually want to convert into a viable income stream totally agree and you have a bit of a an interesting background on. But i'd like to hear a little bit about you before you are the coach. You back when that. That god took you down this road a little bit Before you became an adult all these things what was young young Kelly like yeah. Well i was always extremely tenacious. Because i got no as an answer to so many things ryan up I came family with five kids. My dad worked for a nonprofit. My mom was home with five. Kids So there was not a lot to go around. I mean i'm sure a lot of people listening had those experiences. But i was one of those kids who you i got no alaba i did not accept it very easily And so i found a way right and so even from a super young age. I was like the gatekeeper. The boy was the mother's helper was babysitting. I was doing all these odd jobs. And as i got older even cleaning the paid for my less ends and you know all kinds of crazy but i never had anything handed in a the best thing. That ever happened to me. Because you when you have that muscle of work ethic and determination anything's possible because you have the ability to discipline yourself to work at a goal over a period of time and say no complex it and where did that take you. I mean were you. I imagine you had a lot of roads like some people. I'm an odd ball. That was on a very narrow paths on that really risk. But i imagine you you went down a few different roads and i know one of them took you to the nfl as cheerleader. And then tell us how that all kind of worked together. Where did that come from. How did that all connect where it kind of connects to what i was just sharing so basically when it came time to go to school i got into a ton of different colleges and universities but i knew i was going to be running basically almost one hundred percent on loans and eight and that kind of thing so i went to the school where i was going to be in the least amount of debt coming out because i didn't wanna be coming out of school obviously and inevitably one team. They didn't have division. On the i had been used to competing at a really high level in both in so i either had a choice to take a pretty big step backwards and just kind of frustrated and disappointed or taking a big step forward hanging. You know what. I'm gonna go to the nfl. So i started at westchester university for year. N addition to become an eagles cheerleader. A game on this team. I kept competing. You know at a high level for dance by van and is it was amazing. It was such a great experience. It taught me how the on camera i mean. It taught me to discipline a fourteen hour. Days Those game days were incredibly long. Rehearsals were incredibly long. But more importantly it taught me to. I bet on myself entrust myself and not be afraid to go what i really wanted. Any there were hundreds and hundreds of girls. In addition it was a grueling six process. They slept at thirty two of us. And i didn't find out until later but a lot of those roles had For three four five years before they made the team so as being unable experience and i went right from there into the fortune. Five hundred that i started with i was the first one in the last one out. Every single day was promoted seven times in eight years. I went from being an outside salesperson to then being sales manager and then basically went from having one team member. My very first i i hired you know on building a team of one hundred people in managing seventeen locations around the us. And you know. I always say. And i think it's so so important. I see people in world all the time like bashing corporate and saying like all these negative things about their past. I think it's really important to recognize that. You can't get to go where you're going without having been like where you work for me. I'm extremely thankful for my fortune. Five hundred training because that's high became really exceptional at the fundamentals of business growth and in managing millions and millions of dollars in equipping new at the skills to be able to run multi million dollar companies of my own now. So i've really lucky. Jeff had that experience. But i did have that experience not knowing that i would ultimately become an entrepreneur. I thought michael was promoted and move up through corporate and then as did that. I recognize that. I couldn't accomplish the things that mattered to me personally freedom and fulfilment and family and all those other things in that environment and so. That's when i kinda took responsibility for myself and say all right. Let's lead screen it right if it's not here. Let's split-screen data. Was there a trigger at some point where you're like. I now need to go do something for me. Like come from there. Were a lot of things you know. I i. i don't think it was one thing. I think it was many things and more than anything. I think it was just the recognition. That i would not be able to achieve my highest potential on purpose. They're you know it like to care my health and wellness. You know obviously Huge fitness background. And you're so busy so burn. It's really hard to do that now. Being an entrepreneur. I workout with personal trainer three times a week at your mindset work every week marking with my coaches and you know you had the opportunity to choose to make those things a priority in your life so i would after seventeen years in corporate myself like the the first thing that i was the freedom to invest in myself whether it was you know going to the gym willow. More often meeting new people going to conferences or events or kicking classes. Whatever the thing was just the like my mind was open to doing. these thinks. that wasn't exhausted from just having to focus on my job. You know not just in the forty fifty hours you work during the week but also outside of that and figuring out what do i need to tomorrow and how do i get ahead of my career and i'd say that was just if i could tell anyone like the the from ten years ago. It's you know don't ignore investing in yourself beyond your career you know. I think that's when you can hire someone like you or like even look into some of the content in the things that you create you. Start to kind of explore expand your horizons a little bit. Because you're i think you're most important asset. I'm glad that i'm glad you found this past. I think a lot of people can learn from you in where you've been. I know that you have some some strategies to to be unstoppable. What would you. What would you say that you know. Balance preneurs out there. The people that are maybe looking to be that How does one become unstoppable in their work in their life. Yeah well. I think connecting with purpose and recognizing that there's like a one in. I think it's like four trillion chance of us. Even being here is a good start right. I think we forget that right. There's there's so many miracles around like that are happening with our participation or without our contribution all day every day. But you know. There's there's a purpose for being here right. And you were given the dreams that you were given because you're intended to achieve them and that does not mean.
"brands" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"Right. Let's get going today. Welcome everyone to brands on brands on brands. I'm excited to bring to our guest. Today molly mahoney first off molly. Thanks so much for being here today. I cannot wait to dive into this with you today. And when i'm excited because you know i love when i run into people in these social media marketing community speakers authors are like my favorite people out there. Because you've you've figured out how to teach other people the things that you're good at and one of the things that you specialize in his creating like facebook video content and a lot of live video as well and let's start there. Have you always been comfortable in the spotlight per se. Man i would say yes. It's a you know. Mom has like photos videos of me when i was. I don't know maybe four. Three or four singing into the vacuum cleaner on the man like standing in front of the fireplace like putting on full concerts and we used to make videos. When i was around eight my sister and i would make videos of my baby brother in the walker like watch. We're gonna beat him just up here and my mom would like stop the camera and we were like doing our own tiktok videos. Basically when i was eight and we'd wheel him out and then we turn the camera back on his own. But i was a professional musical theatre performer for twenty years. That really has been something. That's been me my whole life so definitely yes. Yeah that's gotta help. I mean the the trial by fire is what they say like. That's definitely a way to get there and not a lot of us won't have that kind of background that are that are venturing into video. And i knew you had some kind of knack for because you know. I not only got to see that you were speaker at social media marketing world which is a huge marketing conference when just being a speaker takes a lot of practice and at skill but on top of that i i also notice that you were part of this ensemble musical like introductory hurt you know production that they put on which has always kind of funny and awkward because it's like media people that you're now seeing is doing musical performances and i'll say you you definitely stole the show for me in that performance. Thank you so we have done this for years in a row as a musical spoof. That we've done is intro right before the opening keynote for social media marketing world which has been such an honor and so fun to be a part of
"brands" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"You thought leaders in marketing and in entrepreneurship talking about how to build brands how to execute those marketing tactics and strategies and today's no different on mondays. We talk to the thought leaders and on thursdays we come to you with some deep dive into strategy from me. But today's an interview day which i know a lot if you look forward to and my guest. This week is zali barklay. If you haven't heard of daily barkley that's zali. it's x a y l. I check her out. Zany barklay dot com. She's a visual content creation coach. What's that mean. That means if she creates a lot of videos on youtube and she teaches people how to do it and also if you have already gone down that path already creating videos. I'm already creating content. Well have you figured out how to create courses yet if not this is the episode to listen to checkout. My conversation would say lease we get into what it takes to make a video from top to bottom how you start. How do you finish in the things you need to be thinking about like clarity of purpose and mindset and and all that and all the steps that get you from start to finish and how to make a genuine impact in the digital space now. Not only is this conversation. I've been interesting from that perspective but also as foamy jump into a little bit of a how you develop a personal brand and the our thoughts on that and the value of that and another thing is are fun. Conversations led to me understanding that she has a new product coming out. If you guys haven't checked out her website you can also go to start shoot. Grow dot com. It's it is something we talk about on the conversation that you'll hear in a minute but i wanted to point it out because she is launching a new program in january on that site. Want you to check that out at should be around when this is launched in terms of the podcast If it's not up when this goes live make sure to go to the site anyway. Start shoot grow dot com to register to be on the weightless. Make sure you get a spot. 'cause she does have people who are waiting to get into classes so if you have any interest in creating courses in being stronger with your video creation. This is the episode to listen to and start shoot. Grow dot com is the place to get those lessons. You might need to just get it done today instead of taking six months doing it on your own without the coaching. You might need so hope you guys enjoy the call. I had a great time with sally. And i hope you guys enjoy it as well. Thanks for tuning in each week and branch dot com to make sure you are seeing all the new things that are happening joined the subscription lists for the email newsletter or. Go straight to your podcast provider. Make sure you hit that. Subscribe button so we know that you are getting new episodes every week. All right thanks you guys check it out. Enjoy brad all right. Let's get going today. I want to welcome our new frontier. The podcast family here on brands on brands brands zali barklay daily. Welcome to the show. Thanks for being here first and foremost thank you for having me. I admire what you do so much a likewise and feel like there's a mutual admiration there. You know i feel like there's something like i feel like i'm since i'm lead with podcasting times. Podcasters are jealous via craters. But i don't think video. Creators are ever jealous of podcasters. But i sometimes because actually like it's lake. Everyone is saying podcasting now. So it's like that's like. I can repurpose my things too that there's always that whole thing. How can i push my thing. They're exactly but when i you know we have a lot of mutual friends in common in the creator space and in the marketing space and he got me excited to talk to you about the power of video content. Because i'll be honest. I don't think i've had a lot of people that have focused specifically on that In in that space live streaming video creators. But not like. I haven't had sean kennel on the show yet. He's coming up that's going to happen. Yes but you know some people that are like actively topping video creation and how to use it or some excited to get you on the show and to get some of that out there for the listeners. Today before anything else. I'd love to hear a little bit about when you started posting video on social media like take me back to the beginning a little bit about like. Was it something that was. Just you like a video of you and your family thanksgiving like when you actually started creating for business purposes. So video really happened by mistake for me. I knew that i wanted to do video. Definitely and so back in two thousand nine. I had locks and so i used to wear my hair in that specific way and i just i wanted to start sharing tips on walks and how to take care of them and how to grow your here and i uploaded. My first video was in my bathroom. And i looked at it and i was like oh no girl this has to go and i deleted it and i started again in twenty fifteen and committed and i started sharing my locker in the third. Share makeup and body positivity you know just awesome stuff but what i realized was if i was creating i was already damaged so that was really everything happened by mistake and i realized that i was able to grow faster because i was in a niche and people were looking for solutions and so all of my social media arms were growing right. It was easy for me to grow. Because i was being that solution to that specific spot loans and if they don't get to see you on this right and what they're missing with the audience is missing here is like style is just screaming out jumping off the camera i i. I'm sure you play here style coming up the voice to for the podcast is out there but yeah like like she's got like fly hair like kick ass background like sweet close on. Everything's rockin right and so you're talking like you started talking about hair and in different ways to manage hair and and in that kind of thing and that started. You saw some uptick in that why started growing like crazy. People started sharing my contents lot. I would have like a community in the comments on like. There's something bigger to this. And so what happened is or was people love the quality of my content and they love him that i broke sayings downs. I started getting questions audio. And how do you do this by I can show you so. I started creating courses based on video content and i realized that if this worked for my niche then hello it can work or other. People signed twenty fifteen. I started teaching video all about video content. And i feel like it's so popular now i've been there for the journey of it and so that's really how i got started in get. You started to take it seriously like this could be something. Did you try to build a business in that beauty space like as a creator or is it like no. I think i need to be teaching. Because that's where my questions are coming. I think what really happened. Was the courses and that side of things really just superseded the beauty and then i realized as well the income there was much more stable because it was up to me so with youtube you can make money to google ads since and that waivers and you can also make money with bronze. But i just didn't want to leave my baseline in the hands of somebody else. Yeah i get that. I wanna i wanna hear about creating courses but i want to take step back about. Let's talk about video. In general. I like i think it's really intimidating for a lot of people out there too like not that getting on camera thing. I think people that's on them to get past and just try and start lending that's even the name. Your classes start is the first word and it starts you grow but i think beyond that i want to talk about the value. Like why should they put that working. What's the value of creating video content. What has been for you. What do you teach other people's the value in doing it. To begin with. I mean me. Return is just so it's insane you get on camera and if you have a business and you're using in your business you create trust so much faster than the person who is probably just writing blurbs online or probably you know uploading pictures like.
"brands" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"So integrally tied to our customers and they are now synonymous with extreme sports right and then that turned into other things and other stunts and things that they went beyond with but it started with this mindset of. I am not going to just advertise to my customer. I'm going to build experiences with my customer and for my customer and i'm going to be a part of their community instead of speaking to their community right and media platform like a podcast can be the groundwork for you to do that. It can be the source material for you. Have content at fiji website that feature social media that bills all those channels and creates community and engagement with your audience. So that's what's happening these days. You'll see a lot of brands now. Starting to create not have already created podcasts. That guess what jumped to the top of the charts because they also have money to put behind adds to prop these platforms up into send their audience to that and guess what once they have. The audience one time they are now subscribers so instead of paying for an ad every time they are now building. I-instead accumulates over time and becomes part of their world. Instead of just someone watching tv right. That's the magic and the power of creating your own media platforms your media. Forums can still be events which is a huge budget for a lot of companies. It can still be short form content. Tv shows which are harder to any more expensive to produce it can still be social media posts but if you create something that's more platform oriented like a youtube. Channel like a podcast. You're going to be better off for it. And podcasts are pretty low commitment. Start to test the waters and get your footing to see. Are we going. The right way gets comey optimizes. Better to really what our audience looking for from us. So brand podcast thinker a huge trend for twenty twenty one. And i'm excited to see how this grows and develops but i'll be helpful for you. If you guys are podcasting are out there. you're a business your podcast or whatever. It is hope because leaning to these trends to give your business and your brand the opportunity to grow and develop and to shine and hope that was if you guys today. Screenshot this episode. Go to instagram tag. Me so i can interact with you guys. Otherwise i appreciate you for listening and again reach out to me anytime. Brands.
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"All right video podcasting excited to go through the setup for you. It's really three easy components for you guys today. We're gonna be talking about the camera. Setup the lighting and your environment. Those are the three sections will be going through today. So let's start with the camera. Obviously if you want a video podcast year and have to have some kind of camera setup for most of you beginning. You're going to have a one camera setup. That's going to be the camera right in front of you recorded you as you are speaking into the microphone looking right at your face with the background behind you. Some of you might be bold enough to set up a second camera which can be off to the side and that can give you a different angle. So that your editors can have multiple angles to choose from to keep your show interesting now. The camera you have in front of you. Hopefully you can sit up a little further back than i have here today today. I'm working not in the best environment. We are moving soon into a new house. And so i am in our little office in the bedroom and you know i have the light behind me which is not ideal usually. It's off to the side. I have nothing behind me. That's interesting and i can't set up a second camera. The camera in front of me is too close. But we're going to get it done right. We're just if you're a podcast. The job is just get it done. Create the content and forward. So that's what we're doing today but if you want to set up a second camera you can do that. Give yourself a different angle. And if you set up your first camera to be in front of you and further back you also give the editors opportunities to shoot forward and backwards and zoom in zoom out again creating opportunity for more visually interesting content. Okay so the cameras that we're talking about here. They don't have to be fancy people have dsl ours and things they set up. That's for advanced right for you to get started really. I want you to buy a simple webcam that you can put on top of your computer or on a tripod just behind your screen somewhere now. That webcam there's lots of brands out there when it's very common and reliable is logitech. I have the c nine twenty two. I believe it is from logitech.
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"And by the time he pays food and for his bus pass he needs less than a thousand bucks. A month to live is different than the married. Couple that live in downtown new york city and they have ten kids and their two car garage and their apartment is going to run on forty grand a month to like live it up basic level so there's a large spectrum of trying to define and anywhere in between of what success even means so i would say but for the smart personal brand. What do you need to survive. And then what do you need to have more than enough to scale because anybody even if you're an individual on a personal brand you gotta be thinking like a bigger brand. How do i eventually then hire a virtual assistant how i hire shops or husky to get someone editing. How do i get level up my internet speed and get faster laptop. How do i build that battle station. How do i hire that personal assistant. How do i scale the brand of me. I'm not a businessman as jay z. Says i am a business man. And a business needs revenue to reinvest in the business to cover costs and growth and expansion into new territories. So i think it's getting clear on stick with one thing. Focus follow one course until successful that your youtube channel my opinion you know you've reached a a measure of success number one based on however you wanna define it but number two if you've got momentum and you've got you've hit that monetization of if you will pass it income when you're passive income from youtube because it's going to your funnel or because it's going to affiliate product or because it's going to youtube ads or it's because people sign up for coaching or because just your brand their leads to the twenty speaking engagements you need a year. That's all you need that. You know that that's what you need. Like if i get twenty speaking engagements year at my fee. Then i'm good. We'll maybe your youtube channel. Does that for you. Momentum monetization and automation. And that's that's huge. And i wasn't gonna i think it wasn't gonna finish the show like this but what i want. You mentioned public speaking. I think for so many people. That's like where that fits into. Their model is confusing. It is at the start of it. Is that how they get the attention. Whatever it is. Because i think for a lot of us. The goal is the targeted attention. We want the attention of the people that we want to work with us. Right and for you..
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"Zone hey this is. Sean cannell author of youtube secrets. And if you want to build a brand that matters you should be listening to brands on brands with my good friend. Brandon burke meyer world where content is king and you. Reputation is your brand. How do you build a brand with matters.
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"I'm excited everyone to welcome our guest today. Jasmine star to the show jasmine. Thank you first and foremost for being here. Well thank you for having me. We're talking about things that i absolutely love so it's gonna be a party. We have that in common the reason i'm excited why i want everyone to be listening. Today's we get to talk about my favorite marketing topic right now which is personal branding. And from my perspective. I've worked corporate jobs for eighteen years at ad agencies. So i understand what it means to have a resume not a reputation outside of that i wanna hear from you wait wait. Let's hold on you about to drop that. Mike people have a resume and not a reputation. I think that's the podcast app somewhere in there. Is the podcast episode title. That's a real rich. Okay let's go on ahead pause and just clap that moment up. Well it's it's my reason for this whole show right it's the mission behind it. Let's get more people doing that. But i want to talk to people like you who've done that. let's start like top level. I like before we get into like very specific tactical things. Let's take a step back and say okay like personal branding. it's kind of a buzzword but like what is the value of building the brand of you. What and why does that matter. When people are excited about a business they will buy when they want when people are excited about a person they will buy to support in support is endless. And i that that clear distinction and the best most powerful mechanisms are when people buy a brand business and a personal business as one. Then you are just like a soon
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"There's something to be said about thinking of video. Not as like maybe even the final result that has maybe your your source material like what is the thing that you create that will go everywhere else but like how do you start with this first thing. Yeah that is your pillar content of the thing that you create that then creates and goes other places and when you're creating video. I i mean you've done this for a long time so you've now figured out all the different things the nuance of how to speak where to look how to present yourself how to get lighting right so that it looks better how to set up unitary all the things that's a lot and that's intimidating for someone who's just getting started but i think if i think of it as step one like start the process of figuring out how to record your voice and get started with producing content. I think it's a different way to think about it for some people out there. You bring up some really good points there and it kind of brings me back to the four disciplines of video marketing and we call this the video pro system in fact if you search the hashtag video pro you'll find a lot of our stuff. I mean there's some other people that have used the hashtag as well but it's like our core hashtag tag and video pro. What that means is a professional use of video and for some people. That's going to be like a youtube channel that generate subscribers right for others. It's going to be a youtube channel. That generates leads and still for others. It's going to be sort of like you know a video presence that's on multiple platforms even. Igt we believe in a youtube. I like a youtube centric. Right your top down. Content starts on youtube. And then you repurpose that into the other platforms. The reason for that is on facebook. You know three seconds is of you. Let's just kind of time that out for a second ready you click on the video and one two three and you click off. Youtube counts that as of you and you go home. And you're like i got two hundred sixty seven us on facebook today right. You got two hundred and sixty seven people to watch your video for one to three seconds. That's not have you write that in my world view like that's that's someone who just clicked on your video. They may not even have turned on sound yet. So you know on youtube. A view is thirty seconds. So it's literally one view on on. Facebook is worth ten views or one view on youtube is where ten views on facebook. And that's really really important to to consider why. Youtube is so important because people are actually watching your content now. The other part of that is the four disciplines of video marketing the video pro system and when you master these four things the blur of what camera should i get. How do i look better. What do i say. How do i producers who edits it. Where do i share it. What if it doesn't get viewed. How do you get people to watch it. How do you get people to click on your link. All of those sort of confusing things come into very clear focus. And here's the good news. It boils down into four main points. Here they are k. programming production promotion and progress. Okay the video pro system. So programming is the art of knowing what videos. You're going to produce a head of time and what you're going to say in those video videos literally how you structure them right. Because i see what i see. A lot of video creators doing especially business. Creators is going way off the prairie hatred avenue to talk you about x. y. z. And you end up talking about trump and biden in the election. This whole thing and it's like dude. How did you get there. You know what i mean like you. Keep your stuff a scaffolding. Because i promise you this if someone tunes into a video called like how to market your business or how did you seo. I guarantee you. There are not interested in your vegan recipes or your political views right. So you gotta have scaffolding. What do you say. What are you not say. That's the programming discipline the production discipline. What camera light and microphone. Or you're gonna use and if you're filming in front of a window you really don't even need a light. You just gotta make sure you film during during daytime hours right but you gotta have like set up. We recommend a video creation station. This is a three part system right. It's a camera a microphone and a light for example. You know you're looking at my video creation station right now. I film right here every single day. I have other stations as well. That's part of what. I do a youtuber but you only need one right. You could just do a webcam. Alight microphone and being a place where when an email comes in an instant message or a text message comes in. And you go. Oh my gosh that would be a great video right like a question from a client. You can just press record and start. Recording so programming is very very simple. You set up everything in a standard concrete environment so that whenever you sit down you technically film something. So that's production. Promotion is where you share the video right. Like where do you upload and went and then do you share it on facebook and if so where on facebook how often on facebook you know this is i think you use your e mail campaign. Do you share it on instagram. And how right. Every business needs their own specific promotional plan. And it's going to be different for some people i'm going to say. Yeah like you should be sharing this on facebook for other people. I'm going to be like you know. Let's wait a week. See how the video performs and if we need help then we'll share it in some facebook groups. You know that sort of thing so that can change and finally progress right progress or progress as how the video pro system that we kinda came to a little bit of license on that but when you're looking at your progress what you're looking at is did people watch the video. Where did they x out of the video. How long did they watch the video. And what you're looking for really are like right like peaks and dips right and with peaks. You want to do more of that and dips you want to eliminate that so if you do a video where it's talking heads you the whole time and you notice that like people watch for a minute and then it just dips well. That's a good indication that you need to mix up the scenery a little bit right. My point is is that youtube gives you ton of tons of analytics and when you learn what analytics to read and when right because the analytics the first three days of a videos publishing is one thing but after three months you're looking at different analytics now knowing what to look at and when will will affect your programming and you see how it comes right back into full circle so you're programming impacts your production which then impacts where you share the video in promotion. Then you get progress. Reports on your progress helps the impact your programming master. Those four things and youtube is easy and your business grows
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"All right. Let's get going. I'm excited for everyone listening. Today we get to welcome our guest owen video to the show first off. Thanks for being here. Hey i'm pumped to be here. Thanks for inviting me. Yeah absolutely will. The reason i'm excited today is that we get to dive deeper for something that we don't talk a ton about with experts like you which is video content and we're going to gear that towards personal branding today and this isn't obviously a new topic. A lot of people video has been around a long time but so many people are still afraid of launching video doing video for themselves for their businesses. So let's start there. Why video important for personal brand businesses. What's the role of it. Why is it so important. You know i think video is the only thing you know. I saw great post the other day that said online. Marketing is now video marketing. And there's bad is the truth of the scenario right used to be like. Oh you've got seo and you've got like facebook and social media marketing. You've got video marketing and youtube and these different things but really they've all come together now and it's video right like it's video that everyone is paying attention to. I'm not saying that there isn't room for some seo blogs and and there isn't room for social media marketing but what are you posting right like what keeps people on your page longer video. What keeps people engaged. More on social. It's video you know. Video marketing is not a part of your marketing anymore. It is your marketing and everything else stems off from there now. The scientific reasons that it's important is number one. I think this is so key is the para social relationship. That happens between i know serious. It just got serious para social relationship. What that means is it's a one way media relationship and we establish this with the people that we see on screen so when you log into my channel every week and you see my smile and you see my personality and you see my set right. You've become sort of part of that world and you start to develop relationship with me and that relationship naturally to trust and credibility and in some cases some really great long term friendships with people that that are watching your videos and that of course extends into leads and sales and brand awareness. But you cannot accomplish this with a facebook post with an instagram post or even with faceless videos now i wanna put a pin in that because there is a space for faceless videos but the para social relationship happens more specifically with the eye contact and with The tone of your voice and with seeing your sentencing sort of the people that you're around so video is important for creating that relationship with people that causes them to go. I know owen. Or i feel like i know owen and when that happens you know your customers become friends and and friends become customers and that's when you get into that sweet spot of getting a business results from a marketing venture. I'm glad you said that. I think there is a human element to this. That when you get to see someone and talk it same thing like when i'm if i'm trying to meet someone and do business jumping on facebook group and saying hi isn't going to do it. Yeah if i said a discovery call it might be zoom. Call or something like that and i get to see them face to face because it's harder to see them in person sometimes might be across the country..
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"My ten reasons at your content marketing should include repurposing number. One reach reach is the amount of people you're content gets in front of when you re purpose. It gives you more reach. You are allowed to build awareness more quickly across platforms the more places you put it. The more people will see it number two frequency. This is a term that we use a lot in my eighteen years of advertising agencies frequency. There are more opportunities for recall for people to remember seeing your message via increased exposure in other words. If they see it more than once twice three times four or five six times the more they see it the more likely they all to recall it or for it to have impacted him away to to for them to say you know what i should take an action on that so you get frequency number three longevity search and re posts offer a long-term opportunity for you to grow your audience in other words when you put your content into these other platforms and you re purpose. It number one. It gives you a chance that content to live a longer lifespan. Because when you put something out onto search if you end up being found in the search engines that's going to keep blasting year after year after year. Same thing with you and you have also the opportunity riposte as you create and cut your content down different pieces repurposing. It also means you re posting it in the future so that it doesn't just exist the day you released it to the world on your launch of that episode. It also exists three months later and you decide to re post that interesting comment that you made that you wanna share with the world reason number four on my list of reasons why content marketing should include repurposing authority. Each touchpoint creates a known for opportunity in other words. Every time someone sees you talking about that same topic or something within your wheelhouse it gives them another reminder another piece of proof that you are known for this thing that you're talking about so authority starts to be created reason number five preference. People have their favorites. They have their favorite sources of media the favorite channels. They listened to their favorite shows. And as you re purpose your content and start putting it into all the different platforms all different places people consume. You're giving yourself a chance to be seen in the place where they spend the most time and everyone's places different. So you need to repurpose in a way to get you out to more places so that more people can find you in the place that they are. The most reason number six by content marketing should be included in your repurposing plan. Why repurposing should be included in your content marketing. I should say reason number. Six is impressions for anyone who doesn't subscribe. At least they get an impression of you. Maybe they aren't someone who is on your channel and i wanna get recurring messages from this people. Every time you share a new purpose piece of that content is an opportunity for that person to see you again. Even if they didn't subscribe maybe they'll subscribe the future because of that next impression reason number seven retention the are more chances for subscriber growth where they prefer to subscribe in other words. If you re purpose your content into a blog they might be more likely to sign up for your newsletter if you re purpose it into youtube. And that's where they watch all the time. Maybe they'll subscribe to you on youtube if they love to listen to podcasts. And you have a podcast. They might subscribe and listen to you every week on pocket. You have to them a place where they like to bench content. You have to make sure it ends up in those places but maybe they're just an instagram per there on instagram. Ninety percent of the day you have to be there so that they can click follow and then consistently you shop in their feed number eight reason. Why your content. Marketing plan should include repurposing compounding. Now what i mean by this. Is that each touch point each time. Your message is shown to someone. It directs traffic through your funnel over time and builds. Seo strength in other words every time you have an impact on someone it is giving further proof that your message is important so it tells all these search engines and algorithms and whatever else that more people are interested in your stuff and as that happens over time you get more credit for that and the you get rewarded for that for doing that consistently over a period of time and it has a compounding effect on your brand your discover ability number nine engagement. There's more chances to create compelling environments for your content with pictures and videos and quotes and memes and people sharing that with other people you creating all these new kind of versions of your content. Create more places where people can decide that for me is the kind of thing to see. I love pictures videos. i love a little clip. It's more engaging it's more it's an opportunity for someone to actually be like. Oh i love that. I want to interact with it. I wanna make a comment. Whatever it is so your engagement increases and number ten on your reasons why your content marketing should include repurposing number ten. Roi return on investment with each new piece of content. Every time you share that concept of more places you give that individual piece of content on increased chance for exposure and return on investment in other words. If i create this thing once and it takes me an hour and i share in one place and ten people see it that return business very high but if i share and then he goes to five more places and then ten more places and that means one hundred people see it or thousand people cedar ten thousand people see it return on my time for that one thing that i created suddenly is a lot more higher than ever could have been before and that also drives bottom line business results so i hope that makes sense to you guys oath that you see that if you take the time to build repurposing into your content strategy you will find a way to make a stronger impact on the people that are finding you and there will be more people finding you
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"All right. Let's get going. I'm excited to welcome our guest today. Erickson to the show first and foremost kate. Thank you so much for being here. I'm super excited to be here. Ran and things so much for inviting me absolutely one. The reason i'm excited we get to talk about something that every personal brand entrepreneur out there can relate to which is productivity now at first. That's not the sexiest topic. I'll admit that but it's definitely a game changer. But i'd like to hear from you. You can help set the stage here. Why is something like productivity so important for us. Okay well i think. Productivity is super sexy. That's my jam. But i can totally understand where coming out from like stuff. I end up talking about system. Sign management productivity focused disciplined. They're kind of like a lot of like the entrepreneur game but productivity so critical because when we have a goal when we have a vision when we have a mission like it's so clear to us right and then many entrepreneurs because we're so excited about that vision were so excited about that mission. Were building our brand. We're doing we're being creative like doing all. The things that entrepreneurs are known for the problem is that oftentimes we get caught up working in the business or in the brand versus on it and dot can result in the actions that you're taking every single day. Not actually being in alignment with that vision and not mission. So i like to think of productivity as is working on the right things and oftentimes. Unfortunately we end up in the weeds were busy. Were doing a lot and so usually that makes us feel good. Because we're like. Oh man. I worked for like you know twelve hours today and we wanna brag about it when in reality you could probably be accomplishing more in like four hours. If you are focusing on the right things and to me that's productivity. That's like getting the right things done. That are in alignment with your vision and your mission. They're actually moving you forward to where you wanna go here. Well maybe we can get like specific like what are some like right things and maybe it's different for everybody. But what would you classify as right things versus you know the in the business thinks yeah absolutely so it's definitely going to be different for everyone you know. Everyone's brand and business and podcast and youtube channel and like whatever they have set up is going to be different. But i think the most critical thing to think about and be tracking. When you're wondering like okay. Am i working on the right things like you need to have a measurement you need to understand that the actions you're taking are actually bringing results so if you think about it from roi perspective return on investment and you think of the investment as your time. Usually people talk about roi in terms of like okay. I spent this much money. How much did i get back like. We need to be thinking about that as the investment. Being our time to okay. I spent this much time on this activity. What did i get and you need to start. Having some type of measurement like we talk about smart goals a lot specific measurable attainable relevant and time bound and measurement so important because that measurement is what tells you that you are working on the right things and it alerts you when you're working on the wrong things because you don't see results from it. So let me give you just a random example of this. Like i have received so many clubhouse invites like everyone wants to be on clubhouse right now right i think it sounds like an incredible platform super awesome. I like social media. I love instagram. i'm on facebook for groups. we've got twitter you know. The platforms are endless. Right when i think about the time that i invest in social media. I need to look at what the highest roi for me is and when i relate that to my business and my business goals and where i want my business to go my highest. Roi is on facebook. Why because i'm on facebook to moderate and be an engaged active member in groups those groups i can attribute actual revenue in my business and life along like literally lifelong relationships that i've created from those groups so to me if i'm gonna join clubhouse beyond instagram and beyond facebook. Mb on twitter. And like you know all these other platforms. There's probably so many. Don't even know about if i'm really trying to be on all those platforms honestly like my measurement is sinking my facebook's hi my instagram. I have great engagement. There and i make great relationships on instagram. I only have so much time. So i can't just keep adding adding adding expecting like dot measurement to continue. Going up is only going to start going down when i'm putting myself on platforms. That many times is a distraction. So you just have to keep that measurement and minds like you can't be everywhere you can't do everything so be wise about the things that you are choosing to work on. Make sure that they're equaling some type of roi.
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"Zone hey this is keener exempt from entrepreneurs on fire. And if you want to build a brand that matters you should be listening to brands on brands with my good friend brandon. Meyer who were content is king. Reputation is your brand. How do you build a brand but matters.
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"What's hot. What's not and just making sure that you turning up regularly consistently in publishing really helpful valuable original content. So it's very much we'll that you and what you can do for people and then the other thing that i do on a very regular basis suspended. My message is this. I make sure that when the right opportunities come my way to be on somebody else's podcast on the podcast too. So i get it and understands. Just how personal it is to introduce another person to my audience. I'm responsible i'm responsible for doing is just like you are responsible for introducing me to your audience today. And so you know. I get austin beyond shows. Yeah four five times. A dyke proudly currently certainly being more than that in the past. It will probably you know be less than that in the future but right now four to five invites day. Probably i get but only do about three a week right so i'm very picky very choosy with the shows of i go on when i do. I respect the fact that the host is ultimately introduced into their in a circle. And you go to show up and provide value in that regards as well. The goal here is to do that on mass with your audience. But i guarantee they'll be somebody that listens to this old watches this or tunes sound bite somewhere. Someone will hear what you and. I have been talking about today. And it'll bring clarity to a situation that they currently handling and that at the very core of everything we do is what it's all about because it's a solve people's problems that's it don't have any delusions of grandeur. That's all we've that's what we do. That's i hope that today through listening and hearing what the value of this could be he would tell you how to do it all today. But i hope you've least listened and figured out that maybe today is a day. You start taking a step in finding your voice in figuring out what you stand for and want to be known for and you see. I'm going to take a step today to put something out there that helps people that is from something i've done before that you've learned you want to help people with and take that step and dip your toe in the waters of getting started in this idea of building a personal brand building a reputation outside of your resume and you preneurs book is a great place to start. It does get into these ideas. How do you start. How do you put out content. How do you build the awareness around what you're becoming known for something. And how do you build a business around that. How does this become something that you can actually monetize outside of your normal job at. You're still working a job. And that's all you procure dot com. If you wanna work with chris specifically or higher to speak at your company or your events there is chris tucker dot com as well and if you wanna go see him live and go to one of these events you preneurs summit dot com is where you can find some of that information so again. Thanks christopher coming on. Today it's been a pleasure for me personally selfishly and i'm sure the honest got a lot out of it as well today till it was my pleasure. Thank you for having me all right. That's it guys again. If you haven't had a chance go and subscribe. Listen every week tune in as we bring you more guests like this more value bombs in marketing branding and thanks for listening. You've taken your marketing knowledge to another level with this episode of brands on brands on brands. But we have plenty more ways to not just help you build a business but build a brand head over to brandon brands dot com for more resources as well as access to our blogs videos and exclusive coaching sessions with your host. Be sure to visit brandon brands dot com..
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"Doesn't mean you need to do every single level things so a lot of people a struggle to come into sums of either one is actually having to do the work itself and those people are gonna file. Godless doesn't matter what they're doing. Whatever these are going to be an end to it comes down to well. I don't wanna be from so. I don't wanna have to be the bill and end all of everything you don't need to and that's what we teach you know. That's what we we focus on helping people on the stat. And we've we've worked with many clients over the years who have gone from you know making good living of five figure living's neurology up towards six figure on an annual basis and then within just eighteen mumps their seven-figure because all i needed to do was just think a little bigger single mull different and i'd like to go down. This road of trump may be challenging idea. A little bit of of laziness. I think most people don't think that they're lazy. But you know maybe propose a different way in we have a little bit of that but maybe also there is this piece that we have a routine. And there's there's something that feels safe and if someone did you know like did a corporate thing for so long like you know working crazy hours in the marketing space. Didn't feel like that was a lazy thing on senior calling me lazy late but at the end of common front definitely felt like i didn't spend the extra time to invest in my reputation outside of my resume outside of working to do a good job and you know build my what i call my personal brand within my industry but not like what. I would need to build my network to build a reputation that would carry me anywhere. I wanted to go and it took some like almost like that. The fear ahead of me had to get stronger than the fear behind me. That is becoming irrelevant. And i wonder if she see that a lot. You work with a lot of people that you coach in the on this very thing so i wonder if she sees something of that. Fear that or that routine holds people back. I think fear is normal in fact constantly fears of very very good thing. If you're scared of something it means that you give a damn. And i think there's a lot of although although like i said people are generally nice i liked to like people they liked to be liked etc etc. A doesn't necessarily mean that you know. They care so much about what they're doing and how they're doing it. If you fair something of you scared about making a big move. Megan a big change. The nash shows that you really do actually genuinely care about what it is. You're embarking upon my whole thing with fear. Is that ninety nine percent the time the things that you worry about the things that you are scared all just uncomfortable it. Just don't come true and it takes me all the way back to what my mom used to say all the time. Don't worry about nothin' until there's something to worry about this not why you aren't. Nothing's happened a y. You know going down the big slide. Why you not diving from the top old. Why you not running through the snow your sled you know. Why are you worried about potential breaking raw until there's something to be worried about. You shouldn't worry about it. Sophia is actually very natural. And it's a good thing. I don't really worry so much about that. And and obviously that's relatively easy to overcome. I think for most people anyway. The big issue is not fair. It's change and the fact that we like you say routine comes in the play and searching. Oh i'm gonna lose my salary now now on about. Do my own thing got to fend for myself. I don't know that this the exact same amount of money every single month coming into my bank account right so now starting to think rethink bow making moves because mortgage except children because of ions whatever it might be and so i think change is scary the most people than fit itself but In a no one ever built a successful business without having to make big changes on a pretty regular basis. And that's where the are of the pivot comes into play. And you know those those entrepreneurs that do extremely well in life and make a crapton money and have incredible impact in the people they meet and come into contact with those people. They have adapted to change over and over again raw. The more so than overcoming fit you know. Yeah that's that speaks to me for sure. Like the idea of i mean you have to be prepared to change and look for almost scout. What's the next thing going to be in. What do you want to chase out my. Yeah and if you know it's okay don't beat yourself up over if you wanna stay in your cushy job and get the same the same paycheck every month and be comfortable that dude. That's absolutely fine. The entrepreneur life is clearly not for you right. That should be the end of the discussion in automating within yourself like you either. Have you either have it or you. Don't have it right exactly and you might have different seasons of your life. you like. I wanted to do this now. I'm feeling good now. Feeling the h. To watch salute scratch that drink absolutely. There's a guy inside of all our we have the. Up are incubated mosque. Mind where we meet every quarter for one day a mazda Event in person in london. And this guy's actually originally from the united states but he's being based out of belgium for a long time and he was j. P. morgan for a long long long long time and it was only really on it. Do like well into his fifties now and he literally just made the leap. Maybe two or three years ago to finally turnaround around saying like in ought. I'm i'm ready now to jump ship and become a high pay sultan bill my business around my expertise in his. If these salon you say seasons of life. It's a real thing and you wrote this book a couple years ago called the rise of the uber. Noor i wanna get into the the how to and business of personal branding. But i wanna talk about this. You know it's called the rizal. You procure the definitive guide to becoming the go-to leader in your industry and building. A future proofed business. In that book you talk about building. Media company mindset. And i've heard that before create a lot of content etc but you say that an authority has to focus on creating how to content. Why is that well because you want to be seen as someone who knows what you're actually talking about right the when you go on the internet and you you have questions or problems. You won't answers or solutions. You don't want fluff you know. An s white. Yeah just the other day. I'm wanting to know at this. This is so unsexy for topic. But i'll go here anyway just literally over the weekend. I wanted to know how to d scale my brand new very expensive espresso machine it but it was the first time that i have done it. This things like six hundred dollars. Us right so it's it's a good chunk of change coffee maker. And i had the manual. I could have read the manual it instead. I went to youtube and looks for video on the exact model to learn how to do it from somebody who's already done a whole bunch of times and then tole obviously thousands of other people online how to do it. Simple a very simple example there but you know what if i wanna learn how to become a better basketball coach for example coach. Peewee bowl so like if. I want to learn how to become a better basketball coach. I need to go hang out with other basketball coaches right. If i want if i want to learn how to become a better dad if on the new dadge anita spend more time with other. Dads dads are being during the thing for a long time. If i want to learn how to build a business then anita go and hang out and learn from other people who have done likewise and so. I think that's where the how to element. You know when you go to google or youtube and you looking for answers to two questions. Nine nine point nine percent at the time the first two words you.
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"That's not all he also can help you feel business through if you want to read another book of his called virtual freedom which is about how to build the support system you need through the use of virtual assistance in your business which is huge these days everyone's using freelancers and outsourcing so can also check that out but he is an assad after international keynote speaker. A trusted business mentor a blogger. A podcast after an author. Obviously as we talked about and he coined the concept of the euchre. Noor the brand. You concept that you know. A lot of us have have been talking about bitcoin that in twenty fourteen the word you procure and has built a business around it a book a website. A a Conference you can attend and we talk about all that today. More importantly we dive into the tactic. We talk about number one. Why is personal. Branding so important. Why is building your with your reputation and a business around that reputation so important and we get into the tactics on how to get started. What it is you need to do to stand out and be different and use that voice at only you have to bring people to your world to help them into provide value. Why that's so important. How to monetize that. How to get people's attention all that is covered today. And i wouldn't bring it to you in any other in the bring the guy who's done it who's been a serial entrepreneur whose had several businesses that generate multi seven figure annual revenue has employees of over three hundred fifty employs around. The world. didn't start there but that's where it. It is now also as an investor and adviser in startups knows how to give people advice to get them. Moving has been featured regularly in entrepreneur magazine inc and success in forbes in the huffington post and business insider among others. You can find my guest. Chris tucker dot com and you dot com. If you're looking for more information but if nothing else give today a listen with your ears. Wide open your minds wide open because there's a lot going on and a lot of value for you guys out there which is core to my message. Which is you have to find your voice. You have to figure out what makes you different and you have to find a way to matter to the people around you so you can provide value and make an impact in this life and there's so much for you guys. Today i'm excited. Let's get goin' my guest. Christopher here we go all right. let's get going. I'm so excited to welcome our guest today. First and foremost chris ducker. Welcome to the show. Thank you for being here. Thank you a pleasure. And the reason. I'm excited. Is we get to talk about one of my favorite marketing topics which is personal branding. I've worked a corporate job at agents at agencies for eighteen years. And i know what it's like to have a resume instead of reputation but i want to hear from you to get us kicked off here. I think on the right foot. What is the value of personal branding. Why does this matter to people. Or it's invaluable plain simple. Everybody has a personal brand right so whether you want to build one on all is a whole different conversation piece right but everybody in my mind. Everybody has a personal brand. That is it's what people say about you when you're not around you know when y'all at that conference or when you're not at that coffee meeting or at the dinner party or you know that mastermind group whatever it is that's what your personal brand is it's ultimately what people say about you when you're not around and so you know the work we do at. Up know we focus a lot on helping people build genuinely profitable businesses around that personal brands. So that really comes down to two major components number one their expertise. Obviously they need to know what the heck they're talking about to build to be an with fine johnson turning it in the prophets but secondly personality comes into it now. I think more so today than ever before we want to love people we i mean we we do. The world is a pretty messed up place nowadays and i feel like people really do want to do business with other people more so than anything else. And so you know we talk about marketing like a magnet attracting the best ing the rest and all those other sort of you know tweakable quotes and things like that. But ultimately i think it really just comes down to like being really really good at one coal thing adding a very healthy slice of you and and being on apologetically uniquely you at every available opportunity so that you tracks right apl into your weld the same time repel the naysayers and the number levers away. No wonder why it is we. We think it sounds like nice to say we have. It's nice to want to do business with people but it seems like there's something else there that we've been conditioned to ignore businesses and commercials and everything kind of sounds the same but what is it about being another human that makes us want to say that's the person that i'll do business with because i know them. What is what is that. Like in our culture that makes set like interesting to us. Why you know it is it's personality. It's story telling you know we we we do. We want to like people. Were not born cynical. Ails you know what i mean like. We actually really wanna get on with people. We wanna like the for the most part anyway. And i think that when your when you tell your story in your own way and everyone has a story. Every company every found a as a story Whatever that overarching narrative is as then sob stories and sub sections within those stories. You can kind of gleam for one liners whether you're just on stage or maybe you're being of utah podcast or whatever it is. I think we do. I think we crave human attention. We and and likewise we wanna give that attention back. You know it's like all the way back to like high school right. Gulf kids hung out with the goth. Kids ag- nerds out with the nerds. That was going out with a job. You know what i mean and it was like everybody wants to be part of something everybody wants to find that people and i think that's where the the power of it comes from coming to my mind is. It's when you talk about something. Oh gee reputation reputation it's how people think about you. It seems easy in that regard like my pole. Yeah i just be myself and fun doing the things that i'm honoring my the things i believe in. Then it's easy to to have a good reputation but when we say we twist and we call it personal branding suddenly. It's intimidating thing. Why do you think personal. Branding is difficult. You know and why what keeps people from starting watts and has a couple of things. First and foremost. I think that Although everything i've said is on the percent legitimately true people are lazy as well and is like the reality is a lot of people. Wanna all the staff all the success of fame all of the notoriety. But the don't actually want to do any work to get it clearly then not going to succeed and not going to become famous. Knock libyan notable expo in their industry and their niche. Or whatever right. So i think a lot of it comes down to personal brand. I don't i don't wanna be from santa. i don't want you know but you don't have to be fronts. Booting a business based round you. Not reliance on you. And that's where true tried and tested a real business building elements like team building and you know understanding how to read a frigging profit and loss statement. Propylene all these other things that a lot of people don't necessarily assigned to the idea of building custom business it has to be the the The products is you and your experts. Say.