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02:16 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"Companies in more than two hundred countries and territories that have built their business on net sweets platform and Maybe it's time for you to check it out sweets a lot more cost effective than you might think and as a listener to this podcast they're offering you a free one hour growth review with an an expert in your industry checkout net sweet dot com slash different to book your Growth Review. That's net sweet dot com slash different all right we would like to thank my Buddy Bruce Cleveland his firm wildcat ventures and why not check out his new fantastic book. I highly recommend it. It's called traversing the the traction gap versing the traction gap. Wherever you get legendary books speaking of legendary stuff that I liked the mission daily podcast a podcast for smart people who want to get smarter check it out wherever you listen to podcasts speaking of books hey my book my first book play bigger how pirates dreamers and innovators tres create and dominate markets one life fully live dot org? This is the nonprofit helping you Dream Plan. Live your best life. Check out the number one life. I fully live dot. Org Grow Wire Dot Com. It's what entrepreneurial people are reading on the Internet for stories of innovation. There's a great podcast at Great Youtube Channel. We'll check out grow wire DOT COM and if you're an entrepreneurial person and you want to scale yourself one look into the power of a virtual assistant with my good friends at bottleneck virtual assistance you can check them out at bottleneck dot online and my friends at spunk WanNa help you bring data to everything as you know we are living in the data age and there's a massive explosion happening with data and there's two kinds of companies in the future those that harness harness the digital revolution and those that are not around so check out my friends at spunk slash D to e. That's S. P. L. U. N. Okay Slash D to e all right. I need to remind you that this odd cast is a sole property of the lockhead cast network. What do you think beatrice she? He likes the outcast network definitely and we would love it. If you shared the shit out of it all right do remain perturb not clearly this odd cast is created in the.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"Going to the store Safeway's nearby. That's one of the major retailers around here on the West Coast Safeway's nearby. I'm going to go in. I'm going to pick up some milk while I bring my Handy Dandy phone along with me of course because is my wife may want to pick up something else and in addition to mill so I walk into the store. Guess what I'm a member of the Safeway rewards program a Ha- I've opted in the says hey when I'm in Safeway. I'm open to receiving offers okay so I walked down the aisles boom. There's beacons installed. They are winging they go. Oh well. We know the system the point of sale system what Bruce's bought or what specifically his wife is bought many times or what I don't we we offer them a coupon for days Brad because you know what we need them to buy more Brian how you know. I love that Dave spread that Dave's killer bread. I love it too so Oh yeah look at David Goss new cool. Stop you know I don't pumpernickel with whatever seeds all attached to it so I picked that up that you cannot not do that. If you have to go through that old architectural staff you have to do it in a new stack and what's happened right now some of the leading some of the leading companies like might say we built Safeway rewards they had to handcraft at a friend of mine actually was CIO for many years Barry Levinson you work with me at Oracle and he literally had a hundred two hundred PhD's who were designed it basically manage and run after spending hundreds of millions of dollars on on building from scratch hobbling together all of these different technology to make the rewards program were well that that is analogous analogous to having to take a compiler to write your own to write a database. That's kind of the state of where we are. This next generation is you're not going to have to Tom. Tom Sables new companies C. Three day I is a is a dot com. I would highly recommend Thomson New Book while Digital Transformation thought it was great and it was awesome having him on the podcast and I was I expected the book to be good. I didn't expect to be I didn't expect it to be that good. It's really good and the other thing that's interesting. It's just a side note and you touched on a little bit earlier. My conversation with Tom like all legendary conversations also occurs on multiple levels and of course there's the surface level what he's saying which is fascinating and the things he's unveiling in these ideas okay great but underneath that one of the things exist going on as you're experiencing a master hat gray designer market engineer category Creator whatever term you want to apply to it but he is doing doing what the legends do which is he. He is the one with a point of view. He's the one who's framing the thinking. He's the one who saying this is what's important. He's the one who saying I think this is how you should value this shit. This is the strategic reason to do it now not three years from now he's the one driving right and then other people are gonNA play. Hey in his wake yeah. I don't think people realize just how good Tom Siebel. Is You know be I remember let's see I San San Hill on is that I think it was vinny bidding Sean as a blog or it might have been Mr rang. Swami has yeah Sandhill DOT COM yeah so I remember something about outlook posted around Tom and and somebody wrote Tom. sepals of washed up has been you know Blah Blah and I thought you have no freaking idea who you are talking about so so the and you know the the the last laugh is on because this new company Siebel may have had a big market the crm market it is is huge. We can take a look at salesforce in see just how big that market is what times pursuing with this whole digital transformation with seed three as a platform I think is massively larger than than that particular market show and Tom as you said is a master market engineer and you can see all the same stuff that that he did Siebel at how he created a whole. CRM industry is being replicated. Here may not have been as fast asked. It may have taken a little longer to get to where we are now but I think Tom's got the bit and you know a lot of people think that just because somebody's in their sixties author author tired and have no energy and are are are not as A. Tom is a competitive man. I'm telling you he is going to own. The strict. Category is no doubt in my mind so interesting. The data supports that I didn't episode awhile ago I forget the specifics of the research but the net of it is entrepreneurs north of forty are disproportionately responsible for creating a meaningful long term enduring value and so look as it really cool when a twenty ninety two year old person does simpson amazing in creates a multi absolutely in should we put that on the cover of magazines in for sure but that's not the vast majority of who get this done unfortunately the limited partners of all bought into the bullshit that Yup. It's a you know to be gotTA. Be Twenty Five to be an entrepreneur you gotta twenty five and in some extent the bench your community is been as lead this but if you look at the real facts of the returns from WHO's made the investments to WHO's generated I think it would end and who's generated those returns. The vast amount of returns really come from the enterprise face and if Ear Inn enterprise entrepreneurs as you said the the agents Muc- around forty six e those are the best ones. Do they want somebody twenty five years old who's never built a company went out Nino Winter School Stanford. Mba Do you want that person on your board or do you want somebody's actually built a billion dollar. Company done been there are done that and can be as sounding board for Hey. Here's the shit that had happened to me. You might want to avoid it. That's what if you're forced to take it from person best best fly. That's a whole different deal but I'm descended you had if you have a choice you would probably prefer to put at least I would. I want people I would want. Tom Siebel on my board right I would want I want people who are going to give me grief because I'm not thinking about the problems that are that lie directly in front of me and and take me to task making sure things done. It's not about being my friends about making sure we make this thing. Were so the point of all this is I'm a huge believer in digital transformation you could see common you can see it steamrolling and you could see the evidence is clear it is manifesting now in the enterprise the your alternative other than a c. three or Spicer Sheen another company that investor and so you know disclosure disclosure. I'm an investor both in C. Three splice Shane the these are companies that are providing a better providing these these tool kits to enable you modernize is your application or to write these new. I am elapse the the issue the other alternative is much. PhD's and and pulled together like a hundred different discrete components that are open source very inexpensive but you have to understand how to put all that stuff together and so that's why I was using a compiler analogy from back you know sorted in the late sixties early seventies yeah you cold your database okay but is that really where the value is going to come from and I think yeah the other problem is that all these great companies like Hulu and Amazon or sucking up all of these anyway. You're not going to get them. You know they're offering a million dollar signing bonus for these young bright minds and and so what are you gonNA do instead dead. I think what you're GonNa do is you're going to license the technology from these companies like C. Three let them hire the PhD's these other smart computer scientists and used their technology to build your modern real time Jewish League transformed company and at the same time educate your your your your your organization so I'm another disclaimer is a big bowl. I see is workforce new workforce training in digital skills and so so I created company called green fig that provides work experience not just not training on salesforce so the Trademark Keto again you can get that from those companies in having will fly that so brief as a company offering experiential a work in applied business science so knowing how how to apply those technologies and in partnership with universities. Uc Santa Cruz is we just begin customer so so so so. You're a banana slug now we are you know you know go to ugliest greatest t-shirt. Ever is the banana slug t-shirt of course made famous listen pulp fiction anyway that gets the point is is that I'm a huge I think is exciting as it has been for me but it lasts sort of thirty years doing this to stop I think the next the next ten to twenty I picked I think digital digital transformation is likely to take ten to twenty years. There's and the reason is that it's so massive which then is an opportunity for investing in these disruptive technologies right to overhaul them overhaul business models you know overhaul workforce's overhaul the computational and server technologies that are that are going to be needed to revive these these environments rose. I think that's an amazing insight and I think you're I think you're mostly right right. I mean Look No. Nobody has as a crystal ball but it certainly feels like this is where we're moving and the other thing. I was just as a side note blown away by Tom on is the investment he and his he makes it his people's education resist donner he the very sharp guy so if you remember remember what Siebel you still look like inside you go in every office we I was never invited over Swinburne competitors at the time so you're inviting me to the Monday staff meeting yeah so you know suits and ties. Everything was sort of same look and feel very very but down corporate. She go inside the offices C. Three. It's a little more relaxed. Tom is a clever man es adapted with The Times Yeah I noticed he has there's a photo of them. Out with his hair is kind of who want more wild look in and he sort of looks like he's on on his ranch or something or so yeah. Maybe he's like. I never thought he'd have a pitcher with his hair. Looks like he's blowing in the wind is adaptable yeah anything else you want to John Bruce Conversation Chris Aso's really thank you brother. I'm stoked came back congratulations again on the awesome success of traction gap. It's a great book. I highly recommend it to everybody and I look forward to having you back again. Soon there is there's a reason that Bruce Cleveland's Lee legend and Silicon Valley. I sure hope you enjoyed that conversation and if you did why not share it with somebody in your life I want you to know that we deeply appreciate you sharing this podcast cast now. Are you building a high growth company because if you are you need a platform that can take you.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

13:07 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"Late two thousands but now how in earnest into all companies and so what is digital transformation well it's technology but also process to is and this is what people are scared arrays all my God. My job is going away. that's how it's been manifest right. There's a lot of fear around digital transformation but did not jazz nation. Make no mistake it you overhaul everything from the metal the chips that we use all the way through networking and the the components that we I used inter operate and we're seeing this happen. I mean think about how fast is happening. You know ten years ago the idea of an autonomous car the idea that you you know that we would allow ourselves to be transported or could transform still science fiction is still eighty so I don't know that I'm GonNa WanNa do that. They're bruce well. You know a lot of we would also say. We probably wouldn't put all our you know personal information on the Internet Internet either. I always think about like you think about what's going on in China. which is a terrifying that there's now now a you know? The digitisation of the nineteen eighty-four vision is is is so real. It's even reeler than anything could have been imagined and and and so you think about it you know the government and said Hey. This is what we want you to do. What you log on this website Chelsea are how old you are what you do for living where he went to school? WE'LL everybody you're related to everybody you know and a post photos of your family and everything you're doing all the time and make sure that anybody else the photo we know who they are two and just put that all in the public sphere and do it all day every day. There would have been riots in the streets at we've we've all done it like a bunch of a bunch of cows. We've all just been directed into this thing and now we have what was this term. I heard recently the surveillance economy interesting well I you know yeah and the monetization comes through the digital oil right the data not through necessarily pain for the people that these things for free but they're not for free right there in just take a look at facebook's prophets. You know you can see for no. We Sell L. them our data as right yeah yeah they provide as a service that we provide the more data yeah so the way the the reason I kind of get this big long. windup is because I think is massive as the technology industry has been and it's massive as we thought y two K was going to be this will dwarf all of it I think. IDC says that by the year two thousand twenty five you know roughly two trillion dollars a year will be spent on this on what we now are calling digital transformation is ability for companies and consumers to actually to interact real time twenty four by seven and that it'll be contractually relevant interactions that will make our lives dramatically easier but in exchange for what rights right it could be an exchange for no jobs or Our jobs are completely different. You know we no longer we don't need a Milkman or milk person to deliver there are milk right and at some point we're not going to need an uber or lift driver to deliver a human well and I think it's getting even more interesting in which is I think some people I myself included who are in the more. Let's call them. A creative type fields thought yeah well you know all the task type fields. They're gonNA get fucked but as smart creatives. We're going to be just fine. Well guess what Chase Chase Bank after doing multi year a pilot has now hired this digital firm I forget the name of the firm now and this firm specializes allies in writing ad copy because after a multi year study the Ad copy firm delivers livers way higher. Roi Than Human Writers so now we're seeing marketing creative writers being replaced by Nike just bought some Consumer Company consumer analytics company that sounds like Cambridge analytics around demographics Vic's and tastes and I don't know when I read the article about what this thing was a bunch of guys from mit that created this thing so so what's my point. There's a lot of things that used is to be strategic creative analytical that were the domain of human beings and now you could just press a button and have make copy yeah well. I think you're raising a really valid point. I think there is at some point you you gotTA. We're not gonNA machines necessarily sell to other machines right although that on this that may not be a true statement you know we Alexa could do. You're buying for you and decide what it it is. So I'm sort of like if you think about in the stock market right you can put in an order with your broker digitally yourself which most people will pollinate would do it and say well you know when when G. E. Hits X. Number Sal or when Ge Hits X. Number by and you know so you can set those things up and then look how far away away from trading rhythms yeah well. I think what we are setting ourselves up for is which is why I think that the Y I I believe that we can see a doubling in the stock market because it's GonNa come in the former productivity the downside of productivity of the company but do some research they are I think some interesting things that are emerging that will help maybe sort of a a break on some of this stuff which means that humans are going to be needed and the break is that for example millennials if you look at the research millennials and Gen Z. These are the sort of people Jesse's just now counting entering the workforce millennials of course I think by twenty twenty ninety five again roughly seventy five percent of the of the of the u the workforce will be millennials. Hey they're millennials who are now starting to have middle-age age crisis. It's your head around that one of the things though you'll see is that millennials value at least that's what the research reports showed that millennials value more than just looking for more than just a companies that provide great products and services they also WanNa have companies that provide great contributions to the social to social causes and you and I think that in order for companies to do that a maybe a large part of the profits that would maybe necessarily just go directly into shareholder whatever value are going to have to be reinvested into social good stuff because the the data shows that people don't want to buy from companies that are just for pure your profit motives in fact a recent Supreme Court case with hobby lobby involves said that companies don't have to solely pursue a shareholder holder value in terms of for profit they can also invest in things that we would consider to be leased in in my career you know sort of outside the the the environment a for profit. It's more in Hey. How are we helping the local community? How are we helping the environment? How are we helping you know our our our community so the point being is that I think and we're going to see some massive changes? That's digital transformation is going to do. I think we have to overhaul our education market to your point needs to be learning in these to be learning industry industry. We can't afford to just tap you can't go to school and get a degree in art history. sorry everybody who has a degree Korean art history but you can't get and expect to have a light you know a great earnings potential or have industry one hire you. We need to combine nine that Hannah knowledge etc with also digital skills. We need to bring those to the end. Those digital skills needed a useful to industry because they can't amortize is your training because they know that you're GONNA only be there couple years. It's not lifetime employment your two three years and then you're off to the next company so they need to have you come in already able and capable of doing something. That's useful to them so digital skills such as hey hey you know how to set up an operate salesforce of but not just that you understand the strategy of using salesforce like what should be the territory's in what should be the what are the quotas and what you need the commission system sales sources just a mechanical thing use as a tool to implement those strategies. We need to teach those strategies strategy sales forces good job teaching tools marquette hub spot Zen desk all these companies teaching how to use the actual tools but how to apply them needs to be trained and so we need a different type of learning program one takes. We can't ask our in educational institutions does become overhauled you know in a in a couple of years we need them with new forms of learning and that we need to have the faculties and the administration embrace that and understand that their mission isn't just to provide you with the understanding of of rhetoric and Empha- means and and syllogism sweeney you need to understand you know silly syllogisms logic yeah you need to understand you do need to understand that you need to be an educated person mm-hmm but you also need to know how to apply that education and I think I love. You're constantly learning. We need to learn. I think that's learning yeah and like I think I can educate you. Talk about all these tools and I try to educate myself on all the marketing stuff and now has a podcast and author. It's fun to Dabble in the BBC side with my own shit and of course I still help few companies here and there some fascinated by a the education education. What do I need to know about these technologies and tools some of them bigger some smaller but whatever it is and then be the learning is in is in the application I think about how the learning to me is about you? Get educated on what the shit is but the learning happens when you try to use the shit right and you try to do stuff and you're like okay well. I'm going to do this digital all marketing and I'M GONNA fail here and I'm going to do something they're gonNA figure out. Oh this platform works better for me in that you know or or or in the case of ai were all playing in the marketing world today they with bots of one sort or another the and so I think it's in that playing that learning that failing at figuring new stuff out you know that to me this is the fascinating part and so what are the big areas that you see inside this giant banner of Digital Trans a digital the transformation. What do you see are sort of the big thematic areas that you and your partners are investing in yeah yeah so I said we're going to see a massive overhaul? so the architectural the the the comp the computational and storage architectures that would be put in place over the last twenty thirty years lamp stack right we have you know that's common. You know terminology basically relational databases with some kind of application that sits on top of it with the we extract the transactional data we transform it into some other form factor we loaded into a business intelligence system a data warehouse. We have data scientists you know run their models against stat and and a week later or two weeks later we send a report back to the marketing teen or whoever wow look what's being soul that it's it's over you. We can't use that model we have to have we have to overhaul our entire architectural architecture to support real time which means a different type of database a different type of computational architecture that allows us to take our actions behaviors in real time. I'll give you a specific example. I'm.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

13:25 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"Junior. Here's the missing link it for most of these teams except with exception and that's why people like Glare Yeltsin mark benef- Steve Jobs Tom Siebel these are wide. They're all billionaires because they're not just prog engineers their market engineers and they knew this from the get Gubbay engineered a category they presented themselves as the category King define the category they own the category and then the extended the category through these market engineering techniques and when I speak at Stamford or speak at at Columbia or these great universities that I could never get into. I hate to interrupt you but isn't it funny that I mean I don't put myself in your league but I get to speak it so these places says sometimes that there's no fucking way they'd ever has their students and here we are lecturing to the NBA Super Ding-dong. What was that thing you got me involved with with with Babson with their entrepreneurial super? NBA thing that's a real those those are very serious people yeah they're very clever dairy smart right like perfect scores and sat's yeah yeah. It's like Hey you know math was over for me in grade three like yeah understand and I'm probably going to drink definitely gonNA swear and then the other one that I love you know I do it. I don't know maybe once a year. I get invite to something this week it sounding Stanford and I know this makes me a child but every time I walk onto the Canyon Park the car and start walking towards the whatever you're hall Ding-dong Hall you're GonNa go to there's a big part of me. That just goes. Hey intern honor. Are you motherfuckers. Who threw me out of that no-name place in Montreal going to give a speech in Stanford Internet or go fuck yourself I have I have to say that in some wonderful twists of fate I am starting my master's degree at Johns Hopkins? They allowed me in and I don't know why but I have been allowed to to attend and I'm going to be a student which I'm very loud so you're going to get a masters stirs at John Hopkins a Master's what he's look communications not even business or psych computer science which were my Undergrad digital communications yeah so what what do they mean by digital communications a lot of writing but writing more authentically and riding with research is one of the most powerful research I think it was the first I research university in the US phenomenal and what I want to add to my ride into my authentic you know the authenticity of morality is to introduce much more less opinion and more fact and to really build up a discipline of how to communicate those ax so. That's what I'm looking to learn and that's where they teach. I don't think they can help me. It's not for job. You know it's not it's. It's not really I don't I don't need to do this other than it's an it's an internal drive to continue to better myself and I really enjoyed in writing this book but I think I can do better with the next one if I choose to do it and I think I can do better in my blog posts and other things by getting better at this craft. I love that you're committed to that. You know I I'm I'm committed to getting better at reading and writing as well. I don't have it in me to be disciplined. As you are. Now GonNa go be but it's not you know it's so funny businesses. I know complete digression but who is this distinction between learning education and if we could somehow make education about learning. Wouldn't that be great because I like you. I I love learning I starting podcast. I have read more frigging books than at any point in my life by some meaningful factor and of course the more you learn more hungry your brain gets. I've become addicted if you tried these. Are you into these masterclass DOT com. I haven't tried to I know about them yeah. Oh my God awed it's insanity. I have no relation with them. I don't know who funds them so you know it's I'm not doing a commercial Although I love them to sponsor the podcast I think they'd be awesome but you for like a hundred and fifty bucks a year. You can take classes from Steph curry on Basketball Steve Martin on comedy. I love the Malcolm glad one in the world that you and I ride in. He's already taught me a few things. It's helped me in my writing. There's one on Eric Zorkin from Aaron Zorkin how to make movies in awesome. TV Shit you know and I look at I'm fascinated by these things like you communication stories. How do you intertwined characters fact storytelling Ellington what makes things resonate and stick and so these are all fascinating ideas and for one hundred fifty bucks you can go on masterclass and so but I guess my point is regardless of how you do it? Isn't this the greatest time in the world to be a curious person. Yeah it's the accessibility I was doing. I do a few pre coursework for for the course of begins September so here's here's how it used to be done. I would go down to the library. I would go to card file. I would ask librarian because they didn't get the Dewey Decimal System where the hell this book was go to find it and it's been checked out. Oh shit tonight and I got to put my name on a list. Wait till gets checked back in and I know I got a term paper. That's due okay. That's great read. All the books read all the books assemble type type type type the types oh not in a word processor and a typewriter God forbid you fuck up one word two thirds of the way down the page Zaki. Why now why now okay yeah and of course people could see where you fucked up back then right right? That's like a double penalty. See for fucking up on on typing that's right so ad and then you had to write down all the citations and you had to go. I had to go create a bibliography then he tell are you my new experience experience go to the online library. Look at new stuff. Oh Peer Review. That's required. Take a look at that stuff. Okay Great Assemble at all but it together gather right by introduction. Oh do I have to actually create the knocker for your the citation. No there's some application call ref works ru Wallah Bibliography Semaine all my time is spent on the important stuff which is thinking about what does this mean. What are the inclusion sweater What's my analysis Nelson? The time spent travelling to the free library trying to get the books trying to type the damn thing so it doesn't look like shit in the end you know and then creating the proper citations -tations in reports all that is cut out. It's often non spirits unless you experienced how horrible it was. It's probably the same experience that people we'll have his an abacus or I use a frigging slide rule a slide rule versus a calculator or even today. Listen talk to eight. I hate to use this term because it sounds so terrible talk to young people what the fuck it was like before the Internet like what do you mean. There was a guy who came to the door. Mom talked to him and she decided that your brain was worth investing in so she encyclopedia Britannica or the World Book in my case you know and then once you you would suit the subscription service was you would subscribe to the annual update right. You'd have a book and it would say nineteen forty two on it right like all the new shit that happened in the last year that that's what we did and then and then we went to the library and you know then of course we had to walk forty miles the snow up hill both ways with no shoes on. I mean it was tough Baghdad. Let's maybe we could link this conversation into this digital transformation thing because they think it's all part of that here's how I describe oppressor. If you think about it every decade since the sixties we've gone through some kind of major ager technology transition sixties it was mainframe computing right and got banks in our financial systems kind of online during that that that era era but because of the cost it was really limited to the upper apex of all all the Apex Predators of any particular industry right and Vegas the advantages of being able to implement that seventies we saw dawn of the of the mini computer right Al- suddenly we democratize doc critize some computing right at least made it more accessible never digital inc right we end and some other proprietary companies Wang my you. You just said it. That was my favorite company of that era Wang Lang Yeah I wasn't even the company had thousands of employees who said hey hey I work at Wayne. I still remember taking all written up to the typing pool which was a bunch of people who know how to use the Wang processor to get my I stopped turned into some kind of document my favorite was when PC's and P. C. Networking started and were roared perfect was the you know the category King and word processing was a major driver of people wanting to come off these old mini systems. There was an expression you heard all the time and every time I heard it like a seven-year-old boy I laughed and the expression is working on coming down off our Wang. Remember that we're coming down off the Wang an interesting yeah conversation could occur over that. I don't know whatever's there's part Artemije brain. That'll never cease being seven. I think the best actually that's the next as was personal competing right. I mean we we saw emergency IBM. Pc we saw we saw apple right come into it and we we saw word processing the driver for those weren't the kids WanNa do a trash eighty program. TRS Eighty Radio Shack they were business people who said Oh wow spreadsheets I mean i. I don't have to do them on paper. Yeah I can do it in in this special you know. Pc were processed right so really applications drove the acquisition of and the inclusion one of those of the personal computer then we saw in the nineties we move to things like client server computing we had a different way to interface the PC's into the into the into the back end servers that contain a lot of the documents that we want access along with the emergence because of the Internet right it was basically I remember when you were looked down on. If you need anything commercial on the Internet it was you know you were violating protocol because you were trying to sell something or or communicate something that might be jerked is selling and you're violating the protocol. Whatever that was that was that was implemented and then into the two thousands we saw the emergence of cloud mobile clout which again brought forth a set of new applications nations new accessibility the democratization of really high end application software to lots of companies seem we'll pass millions you know salesforce cost us tens of thousands so really opened up the the universe of business soccer which net also dramatically in crew increased productivity into businesses and then beginning consumers and this is kind of where our story brings us which is in the two thousands with mobile and cloud computing thing we began to see the emergency of what we now call digital transformation and it began in the consumer markets began with facebook apple the Amazon Netflix and Google commonly known as Spang we saw it emerge there right and these companies disemboweled the incumbents? I mean think about blockbuster where where it is right today. Nowhere think about think about these business models that allow people these companies companies to dramatically change our lives are consumer lives had made these companies some of the most important companies the world end half of the fortune five hundred that existed in the year two thousand are GonNa either been assimilated or they were just went bankrupt. You know they just don't only exists Kodak you know. Have you had a Kodak moment lately. I haven't so the net of this is that I don't have. I'm only when I'm on my horse and Buggy. I have other kind of moments don't have all kinds of other moments yeah exactly but but so so what gets me really excited about where we are now is that we began to see the emergence of the digital digital transformation these these business models and technologies began who have come into the enterprise space really sort of in the.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"And if you look at the valuations of accompanies of these public SAS companies or public in technology companies selling into the enterprise using a subscription model what you he discovers their valuations are reflective of the enduring value that they provide right and so it's just it's an it's amazing when you begin to look at it and there's a more subtle factor here which is that the amount of capital invested into due to these private enterprise companies that go on to be successful that is they eventually go on to become public or acquired for a high multiple. Take a look at the amount of capital required to build that enterprise company versus the amount of capital required to build a consumer company any it is shockingly different that is consumer require so much capital not affront to build the product but to build the market share tremendous amount of capital versus certain of these enterprise companies which require much less a good example Uber. I don't curr market. Valuation is one point one hundred billion. Let's call to look at it right now. While you're talking so that that company required about ten billion dollars to get to its current market cap I'm currently at sixty two billion and I think in their most recent earnings they had a giant loss. It was some number that made me Stop Uber Stock Craters cold on five point only two billion dollar loss in the quarter. Wow that's how not a business well. I mean I get the jam the foot through the floor scale scale we got massive category potential and we're going into eats and we're going to this. I get they're trying to prosecute a gigantic agenda and takes a lot of capital but holy Shit. I mean Bruce. I don't know you're the you're the smart guy we haven't seen a lot of companies in Tech B. Two B. or BBC. I don't think we seem to be at that level. I mean people were freaked at Amazon levels with these this is this is this is incredible now the whole new you know I believe and and so if you look at a company I'm looking at your chart here which I love by the way on the BB returns so you you were deeply involved with Marchetto. Yeah the enterprise value the company in the end was four point is at at eight or billion four point eight billion and do you off the top of your ahead. Remember how much capital they required to produce four point eight billion in value only through private markets so about one hundred six million so that excludes what they raised raised in the in the public offering or many potential downstream financing events okay so maybe is there an example. That's a little cleaner because they did go through the public and private nal add one Biba okay so what is the it's very focused enterprise application Gatien software company targeting the pharmaceutical industries actually started by a bunch of people that you work with me at Siebel systems as a Craig Ramsay Markham Dante A and a number of others they're they're basically see sort of a crm system for for farmer and built on top of salesforce platform so they didn't have to build all platform infrastructure. They decided to build the APP on top of it so but just for one vertical I made this is one of my anti portfolio Leo passed on it because it was so intricately involved with with with salesforce I was worried about their ability to control the platform in the pricing and sometimes it pays not to know as much as you do no good guys at but I got I got an opportunity to look at it and I went to see where Benny off in sales goes with this before I make this investment. You probably have another couple of investments. I'm fine with the you know having to kind of pay for that. I'll just wait so emergency consumer APP around and unfortunately for me. They never rates another dollar so how much total capital did viva raise by the way check. Let's check out what Steve Stock is currently what's the market cap of the V. E. E. V. A. Mulde onto that too on the story and I'll look it up so well unfortunately for an investor like myself they never need to raise any CAPELA woman and fortunately for a great investment firm White Emergence on that seven million total raised. They are now somewhere. I think north of fifteen billion in terms of market H. How no this can't be the right? What's the name? How do you spell it was there? It's the E V is is the symbol b. e. e. me be who like that can't be right so an Viva Davis systems there. It is twenty four billion four billion off of what raised a million total total yeah but you know that's not a real return. Is it there Bruce Yeah. I'm sure the guys are in the hall there in the Front half maybe the front ten percent of the Enterprise Tech. Roi On Investment Hall of Fame Well Oh you now. Let's take a look at work day. I worked and thinking around in the forty billion plus range. They raised around couple hundred million odal. I see that see workday stock. I think that's I think they raised around two hundred. I don't know that for sure but that's my memory this says forty three point five billion and the other one zoom mm-hmm there at thirteen and a half so down a little bit. I don't remember the the number we had eric you on on earlier era. I'm hoping to have him back they they they did not raise one hundred million. I don't think I don't think so he was less than one hundred if it was more than one hundred wouldn't have been one fifty and a F- wouldn't have been two hundred pre. IPO No way but and if you go through all the public SAS companies those are the ones that have made it those companies this is a consistent theme the multiple on invested capital the MO IC- multiple on invested capital. We're talking about the private capital investment nominally better in enterprise. The issue is is that they take longer to build up right there. They take longer to begin again to get you don't get those big markups in the first two years you know as as long as the companies began to scale and show minimum viable traction and once they do though the unlike the minimum viable product which I don't really love. I love minimum viable traction. Sorry I hate to interrupt you how great you are but I'm GONNA so a debate is available. Turn the the way that I look at it is that that's when all the venture community begins to throat it is it is the moment time that you're not selling others is to invest in you. They're selling you to invest that to take their dollars. That is the I think the the defining moment that's why. Mb Tea is so important is such an important part around this traction framework that we've developed but the important part here is that a lot of limited it partners a lot of people who invest in venture firms they WANNA see mark early markups in your funds. They WanNa see these great markups because then they can go to their investment committee and show look at these great firms that were in what they don't tell them. Is that banning me true initially but it's GonNa take gazillions wins of dollars to get that company finally out the door extraordinarily capital intensive and the multiple on invested capital little is high an a lot of these things are faddish you know they may work initially I it they can move into other areas than they'll. It'll be okay but a lot of times these things can come and go as opposed to these interprise companies I mean last I started with Oracle back in the early the eighties I think is still around Sap workday now. I mean these are companies that that are enduring franchises go I mean incredible company and more recently I mean look at the incredible success of Palo Alto Networks I'm biased because I have a connection to them but you know my friends at spunk unbelievable and you look at some of these companies are doing and you just go all in the future that we hear about all the time that we're all betting on and I do WanNa talk to you about digital transformation in ai as part of sort of your enterprise investing thing insights but the future that we're betting on only happens if these massive new enterprise companies and not not just new I mean look Microsoft. Microsoft is is is is a massive enterprise company. continued to deliver on that enduring value. You're talking about now. The and I and I think this is the fundamental problem is that if you talk to college students you know whether they're undergrads grads as they can about entrepreneurship taking on ship programs I lectured at I lectured Stanford and Columbia Center nine out of ten of the companies that they're considering building these these young these young entrepreneurs are beat AC- and the reason they are is quite obvious because that's all they know they haven't really worked in industry and I don't think they realize that the the failure rates associated with BTC are in the ninety percent of its EP G. It's like ninety eight percents failure rates. I mean it it's huge and by the way it's not limited to just startups large. Everybody has a new idea for for a new hot sauce or whatever the fuck cry like. I was like Oh my God. I have an innovative idea for doughnuts and look there are successes. I love to talk about nothing Bundt cake the two hundred and fifty franchise chain of Bundt cake bakeries and it gets an amazing me down and I it those things are always fun and I think there's you know there's sort of a Disney esque vibe on some of those success stories but you know all that said if the interesting thing for me is a young man I stumbled stumbled into this but what sort of helped my stumble was. I was an I always I always chuck it up to the fact that I wasn't a technical guy. I'm not so sure picture. That's really the reason anymore but whatever the reason I was fascinated with the application of technology and what it made possible label what what were we now able to do inside our business or you know I if you think about as Iot is emerged. I started to work with a couple of IOT companies long before the term is sworn I wrap my brain around the Internet is GonNa be everywhere and on everything. There's there's GonNa be this physical at one point. I think it might have been called a tarrant. I can't remember but there's lots of terms floating around. It's time anyway whether it was when I was a young man learning about p. ABC's and client server or today in this example with Iot. I my brain lights up around. Oh what what does that mean you could do this or do that does that mean is going to change this or what does that that gun nullify or make obsolete that or I have this. My brain goes to this crazy like and then what's the future going to be like as a result of this and so the application of technology to make some kind of difference in a business or hopefully hopefully some kind of business in world my brain went to there and so that's why first and foremost I was attracted to enterprise and then the second thing as I sort out of casted myself position myself as a marketing guy as you well know everybody in marketing wants to work at proctor and gamble you're you're the marketing guy who can take deeply technical products and figure out how to make them relevant to the world and translate from Geek to business this or human in a powerful way. That's a cool thing to do. No absolutely I think I think you're you're right on It's not just a cool that it's hard and it's hard we know it's hard because we see most companies stale at it. It's part of it. I mean before foundational principle principal of the book that distract this triggers attraction get Profeta wrote is really around market engineer it every one of our teams that we invest in two companies work work with four are all phenomenal Hannukah.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"Immediately go to lockhead dot com for the show notes and key takeaways from this episode and Hey while you're they wanNA check out our newsletter subscribe to our newsletter the difference we're sponsored by my friends at Oracle Nets we'd learn how to turbocharged the growth of your business today today at net sweet dot com slash different. That's net sweet dot com slash different. I also want to invite you to join me. Did you hear that noise. That's my friend Beatrice She's one of our dinosaurs. If you're if you're new you might not know my wife and I have eight hands and Beatrice was pretty we need so she sitting on my lap right now but I digress soon. I'll be speaking in a wonderful event hyper growth. It's one of the world's fastest growing events for modern business this leaders. It's the second time I'm going to be there. It's this November eighteenth twenty nine thousand nine in beautiful downtown San Francisco and I am stoked because I'm going to be doing a talk a live podcast if you will with the legendary ca carry Palin who's the chief marketing officer of spunk and we'd love to see you there go to hyper growth dot COM to to get yourself setup and at checkout you'll get tickets for ninety nine bucks. If you enter the code alleged dairy at hyper growth dot com enter the Promo code legendary and you'll get tickets for ninety nine bucks and hope to see you in San Francisco November eighteenth now. Hey Ho let's go tarry.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢

"Thanks for pressing play. This is Christopher lockhead follow different and if you're a long-time listener I just WanNa say hey thank you so much from the bottom autumn my heart I'm so stoked that you're with us and if your new well we are a real dialogue podcast which is pretty different from the traditional interview. We have real oh conversations that are not edited that celebrate the people ideas and companies that stand out and we hope to inspire you to follow your different in life life business and in marketing well. We are on an awesome run of episodes with some legendary Silicon Valley. VC's we had randy. Andy Comas are on episode one. Oh six from Kleiner Perkins. I highly recommend you check that out. We have an episode coming up soon with Heidi rose in one the absolute living legends and Today on this Episode Entrepreneur Executive and bestselling author of one of my favorite books the last couple of years traversing the traction gap none other than my buddy Bruce Cleveland. He's one of the smartest guys I know and particularly one of the smartest guys is I know in the Enterprise Technology Startup World Bruce in his firm wildcat ventures have been rated independently as producing one of the top one percent returns in enterprise tech. We get into the state of the industry. Why Enterprise Technology is the place to be? If you WANNA create enduring value we talk about digital transformation and a whole lot more. If you're a tech EXEC startup founder investor frankly somebody with a curious mind. You'RE GONNA love this conversation conversation and gained many insights that you'll be able to put to work.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say the unbelievable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore. The so-called news. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Taking my call. Yes, sir. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media. Who is this to your investigation? I don't think they blew it. I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us purposely line, the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course, and I read your book and I love your book, and I was shocked at all the things I had forgotten about over two years. Yeah. I mean, I mean, I, I've pointed out, of course, they're not gonna apologize because I mean they're participating in it. The, the senior level of the guy needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. Okay. And I agree with you. Question is why do the members of the media on FOX who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media blew instead of saying the media lied to us because there's a difference? It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. When you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand, they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you, Johnny. New York, New York. The great WABC. How are you? Mark your jewel. Thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're going to have a layman and people who are not a quick to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are going to show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that, you know, and they're just going to look at the face of the tax return in ignore the fact that it's pages long and say, Trump was two billion dollars when the they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at an aren't you gonna have you're gonna have that. But aren't you also gonna have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. It as a cudgel against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, that was my next point is that the media is going to take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their pseudo events. And it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping tax reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it. The new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? One hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to upon on. I agree. I agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't wanna participate in that, right, Johnny. I bet your great CPA my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resent it some of the laws, I had to deal with I resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IBM, the whole time I wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday. Mark. Both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if you leave your taxes to me you're making a big mistake. All right, Arthur, great WABC, New York. New york. Right ahead. I have three points. I wanna make an wanna make them very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. I point is I want to express my profound. Thanks to you for the patriotic work that you do in educating the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything else? Man, I appreciate that. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost the twenty four and a half year old son. Kid, and they tell me and was ends. Well, we wanna medically. Consider it an accident because it's it's a drug overdose. And I it's all what you're talking about. And I just want an and I'm very sorry. Thank you. I'm calling you market. I know you Mark is fine. Blaze TV for two and a half years. And I've sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you will be remembered as a true patriot. But the moment I wanna make the third point. And then I'll hang up really wanna hear you talk is that I've read Peter Schweitzer's book, and I am polled at what Biden did in two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to his son, and got a billion dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and for his son hunts and Chris Hines, and just knowing that it talks about it. They talk about the Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that. Stay tuned. I gotta tell you. I love you gotta hang up so that you can take a close, but you are the greatest as far as concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we've got this guy Biden, who's in bed with they men when he says that didn't know competent that amazing, isn't that amazing. This kid gets this, this huge. Come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that you're out of lyric brain, and your sense of humor to I got to say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering it peripherally. Trust me on this. I'm I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm going to hang up. And I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I've no other people out there have. I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to your third. Hanging up yet I read your book. Parents, my wife and putting up the tombstone the unveiling booby in August at putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book. I love you more before you hang up. All right. Arthur, my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why people will tell you this. When I go into a restaurant, I treat waiters waitresses, I don't care what people go nuts with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Be nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course. They're left this trying to destroy your country. I'll be right back. Adopt US kids presents what to expect. When you're expecting a teenager learning the lingo today. I'm going to parents translate teams legs. Now when a team says something is on fleet is exactly like faking. That's read simply means that something is awesome. Another one is totes. Exactly like saying totally just sure as in I totally love going to the mall. Other words, you might hear Joey, Joey is shorter better way to say jealous as in khloe..

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say beyond believable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called new. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Hi. Taking my call. Yes, sir thought I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media, who. Is this two year investigation? I don't think they blew it. And I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us purposely line, the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course, and then I read your book, and I love your book and I was shocked. It's all the things I had forgotten about over two years. So, yeah, I mean, I mean, I pointed out, of course, we're not gonna polish is 'cause I mean they're participating in it. Now wait, the, the senior level of the FBI needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. Okay. And I agree with you. So by question is this. Why do they members of the media on FOX who I agree with ninety percent of the time? Why do they say the media blew it instead of saying the media lied to us because of the difference? It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. And when you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you, Johnny. New York, New York. The great WABC. How are you? Mark your Joel, thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're going to have Lehman and people who are not quick to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are gonna show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that. You know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return and ignore the fact that it's a dozen pages long and say, Trump lost two billion dollars when the they just don't have the education or background to properly assess what they're looking at an aren't you gonna have you're gonna have that. But aren't you also going to have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. It as a cudgel against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, and I didn't mean to cut you off. That was my next point is that the media is going to take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their student events and it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping tax reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything well, in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it, the new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? A hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to apply on. I agree. I agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't want to participate in that, right, Johnny. I bet you're great CPA my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resent it some of the laws, I had to deal with I resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IB, angry, the whole time I wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday March. They wouldn't be both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if you leave your taxes to me you're making a big mistake. All right. Arthur, great WABC, New York, New York. Go right ahead. I I I I have three points. I wanna make an wanna make them very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. I point is I wanted to express my profound, thanks to you for the patriotic work that you do in educating, the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything else? Man. I appreciate that. No. It's true. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost a twenty four and a half year old son. High functioning autistic kid, and they tell me and what's ends with. Well, we wanna medically. Consider it an accident because fence. No, it's a drug overdose. And it's all what you're talking about. And I just went in, and I'm very sorry. Hi, the sack you more tomorrow. I'm calling you market is if I know you, yes, they Mark is fine he'd be you. I've been on blaze TV for two and a half years. And I've sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you will be remembered as a true patriotic, but the point that I wanna make the third points and then I'll hang up say really want to hear you talk is that I've read Peter swipes his book, and I am appalled at what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son, and got a billion and a half dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and for his son hearts of buy in. And Chris Heinz, and I just want no one ever talks about it. They talk about the buffoon. Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that. Stay tuned. I gotta tell you. I love, you gotta hang up so that you can take the calls, but you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we got this guy, Biden, who's in bed with them. And when he says, oh, I did didn't know competent that amazing isn't that amazing and his kid gets this, this huge come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that you're out of Olympic brain and your sense of humor, too. I gotta say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering peripherally now. Trust me on this. I'm I'm, I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm going to hang up. And I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I know other people out there have I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you, Arthur. I want to tell you something else. And then I'm hanging up yet. I read your book, the dedication, you make your parents, my wife and I are putting up to tombstone the unveiling will be in August at I'm putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book. I love you more before you hang up. To my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why. People will tell you this. When I go into a restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses, I don't care what people go, and that's what I go with absolute respect. There's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Be nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course, they're left is trying to destroy your country. I'll be right back..

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say beyond believable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called news. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Taking my call. Yes, sir. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media. Lou is this two year investigation. I don't think they blew it. I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us purposely line, the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course, and I read your book and I love your book, and I was shocked at all the things I had forgotten about over the years. Yeah. I mean, I mean, I pointed out, of course, are not gonna apologize 'cause I mean they're participating in it. They the senior level of the needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. I agree with you. So by question is why do the members of the media on FOX who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media blew it instead of saying the media lie to us because there's a difference? It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. And when you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you, Johnny. New York, New York. The great WABC. How are you? Mark your Joel for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're going to have layman and people who are not a quip to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are going to show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that, you know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return in ignore the fact that it's a thousand pages long and say Trump lost a billion dollars when they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at an aren't you gonna have you're gonna have that. But aren't you gonna have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. It as a cultural against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, that was my next point is that the media is going to take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their suitable events, and it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look, they just came out with the sweeping pets reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it. The new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? One hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to apply on. I agree. I agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't want to participate in that. Johny bet great CPA, my friend. I am. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resented, some of the laws, I had to deal with resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IBM angry the whole time it wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday. Mark, both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if your taxes to me you're making a big mistake. All right. Arthur, great WABC, New York, New York. Go right ahead. I have three points, I wanna make into one of very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. I point is I wanted to express my profound, thanks to you for the patriotic work that you do in educating, the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything else? Man. I appreciate that true. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost a twenty four and a half year old son. High functioning autistic kid, and they tell me it was endless. Well, we were medically. Consider it an accident because it spends all it's a drug overdose. And it's all what you're talking about. And I just want. And, and I'm very sorry. I thank you. I'm calling you market is if I know you Mark is fine. TV for two and a half years. And I've sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you will be remembered as a true patriot. But the point that I wanna make the third point dental hangup. Say really wanna hear you talk is that I've read pita Schwytz his book, and I am polled. At what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son, and got a billion dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and his son, hunts of buy in, and Chris Hines. And I just want knowing of it talks about it. They talk about the buffoon. Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that state tuned to tell you, I'm gonna hang up so that you can take the calls, but you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we got this guy Biden, who's in bed with, when he says, oh, did didn't know competent that amazing isn't that amazing. And his kid gets this, this huge come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that your brain and your sense of humor to I got to say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering it peripherally trust me on this. I'm I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm to hang up, and I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I've no other people out there have I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you. Arthur. Hanging up yet. I read your book, dedication parents, my wife and I putting up the tombstone the unveiling will be in August at I'm putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book. I love you more before you hang up. All right. Arthur, my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why. People will tell you this. When I go into restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses. I don't care what people call them. That's what I go with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Be nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course. They're left this trying to destroy your country. I'll be right back. Seventy seven percent of rural counties, lack sufficient primary healthcare, Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap. I placing former military medics in communities improving access for them of.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KTOK

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say beyond believable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called news. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Taking my call. Yes, sir. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media Lou. Is this two year investigation? I don't think they blew it. And I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us purposely line, the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course, and I read your book and I love your book, and I was shocked at all the things I had forgotten about over the years. Yeah. I mean, I mean I pointed out, of course, are not gonna policy is 'cause they're participating in it. The, the senior level of the needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. Okay. And I agree with you. So by question is why do the members of the media on FOX who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media blew it instead of saying the media lied to us because there's a difference? It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. And when you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you, Johnny. New York, New York. The great WABC. How are you? Mark your jewel. Thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're going to have a layman and people who are not a quip to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are going to show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that. You know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return in ignore the fact that it's a dozen pages long and say Trump lost two billion dollars when the they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at an aunt. You have you can have that. But aren't you gonna have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. It as a cultural against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, and I didn't mean to you off that was my next point is that the media is going to take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their pseudo events. And it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping pats reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it. The new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? One hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to upon on agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't want to participate in that. Johny your great CPA, my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resented, some of the laws, I had to deal with resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IBM, the whole time I wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday. Mark, both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if you leave your taxes to me you're making a big mistake. All right. Arthur, they great WABC, New York, New York. Go right ahead. I I I have three points. I wanna make an wanna make them of very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. First point is I want to express my profound. Thanks to you for the patriotic of work that you do in educating the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything else? Man. I appreciate that. No. It's true. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost a twenty four and a half year old certain professional high functioning autistic kid, and they tell me and was Angeles. Well, we what a medically consider it an accident because it's it's a drug overdose. And it's all what you're talking about. And I just want an and I'm very sorry, I thank you, Mark. I'm calling you market is if I know you, yes, they Mark is fine been. I've been on blaze TV for two and a half years. And I've sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you will be remembered as a true patriot about the moment that I wanna make the third point dental up say, really wanna hear you talk is that I've read Peter Schwartz his book and I am polled at what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son and got a billion in a half dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and for his son hunted by, and Chris Hines, and I just want no one ever talks about it. They talk about the buffoon. Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that stay tuned. I gotta tell you. I love you gonna hang up so that you can take the close. But you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we've got this guy Biden, who's in bed with, when he says, dad didn't know competent that amazing isn't that amazing. And his kid gets this, this huge come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that you're out of Olympic brain and your sense of humor to I got to say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering peripherally. Trust me on this. I'm I'm working on it. That is wonderful. Hang up. And I thank you very much for. Listen, I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I no other people out there have. I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you, Arthur, I want to tell you something, then I'm hanging up yet. I read your book, dedication, you make your parents, my wife and I are putting up the tombstone the unveiling will be in August at putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book. I love you more before you hang up. All right. Arthur, my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why people will tell you this. When I go to restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses. I don't care what people go nuts with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Be nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course, they're left leftist trying to destroy your country. I'll be right back..

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say beyond believable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called news. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio, Sirius satellite go, hi taking my call. Yes, sir. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media Lou. Is this two year investigation? I don't think they blew it. I don't think you do either. I think the publicly why to us it purposes. I'm the one is been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course and I read your book and I love your book and I was shocked all the things I had forgotten about over the years. Yeah, I mean, I mean, I pointed out, of course, not gonna polish is causing him. I mean they're participating in it. The way they let the senior level of the needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. Okay. And I agree with you. So by question is this, why do the members of the media on FOX who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media it instead of saying the media lied to us? The difference. It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. When you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand, they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also I they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you, Johnny. New York, New York. The great WABC. How are you? Mark your jewel. Thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump returns is that you're gonna have layman and people who are not quip to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are gonna show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that. You know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return and ignore the fact that it's a dozen pages long and say Trump lost two billion dollars when the they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at aren't you all certain a have you gonna have that? But aren't you gonna have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. It as a cuddle against the president. I states in there. We are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, I didn't mean to cut you off. That was my next point is that the media is gonna take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their pseudo events. And it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping tax reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it. The new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? A hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to apply on agree. I agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't wanna participate in that. Johny. I bet you're great CPA my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resent it some of the laws, I had to deal with resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IBM angry the whole time it wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday, more than when we both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean really your taxes to me or making a big mistake. All right. Arthur, they great WABC, New York, New York. Go right ahead. I I I have three points. I wanna make into one. That makes them very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. I point is I want to express my profound. Thanks to you for the patriotic or work that you do in educating the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything else? Man. I appreciate that. No. It's true. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost a twenty four and a half year old son to send. High functioning autistic kid, and they tell me and was endless. Well, we were medically. Consider it an accident because it's it's a drug overdose. And it's all what you're talking about. And I just want an and I'm very sorry. I thank you, Mark. I'm calling you market as if I know you. Yes, they Mark is fine. I've been on blaze TV for two and a half years and sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you would be remembered as a true patriotic. But the more that wanna make the third point dental hangup. You talk is that I've read Peter swipes his book, and I am appalled at what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son and got a billion dollar deal. For roads months Seneca, and his son, hunts of buy in and Chris Hines, and I just want no one ever talks about it. They talk about the buffoon. Let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that. Stay tuned. I gotta tell you. I love you. I'm gonna hang up so that you can take the calls, but you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing. I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we got this guy, Biden, who's in bed with them. And when he says, oh, no competent that amazing, isn't that amazing. His kid gets this, this huge. Come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke him up. I wish that you're at Olympic brain annual, you know, just the sense of humor to, I got to say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering peripherally. Not trust me on this. I'm I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm gonna hang up. And I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. No other people out there have I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you, Arthur, I want to tell you something. And then I'm hanging up yet I read your book. I the dedication, you make your parents, my wife and I are putting up the tombstone the unveiling will be in August at I'm putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book. I love you before you hang up. All right. Arthur, my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why. People will tell you this. When I go into restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses don't care what people go nuts with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course. They're leftist trying to destroy your country..

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The press. I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say beyond believable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called news. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Taking my call. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media Lou. Is this to your investigation? I don't think they blew it. And I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us purposely line, the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course, and I read your book and I love your book, and I was shocked at all the things I had forgotten about over two years. Yeah, I mean, I mean, I pointed out, of course, not gonna polish is 'cause I mean they're participating in it. The, the senior level of the guy needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. Okay. And I agree with you. So by question is why do the members of the media on FOX who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media blew it instead of saying the media lied to us because there's a difference? It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. And when you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you. Johny New York, New York, the great WABC. How are you? Mark your jewel. Thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're gonna have a layman and people who are not a quip to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are going to show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that, you know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return in ignore the fact that it's a thousand pages long and say, Trump, lost two billion dollars when they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at an aren't you gonna have you gonna have that. But aren't you gonna have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. It as a cultural against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, and I didn't mean to cut you off. That was my next point is that the media is gonna take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their suitable events, and it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping pats reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything well, in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it, the new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? One hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to upon on agree. I agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't wanna participate in that. Johny Becher, great CPA, my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resented, some of the laws, I had to deal with resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IBM, the whole time I wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday Mark, when we both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if you leave your taxes to me you're making a big mistake. All right, Arthur, great WABC, New York, New York. Go right ahead. I I I have three points. I wanna make an wanna make them very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. First point is I want to express my profound. Thanks to you for the patriotic of work that you do in educating the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything else? Man. I appreciate that. No. It's true. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost twenty four and a half year old son defend high functioning autistic kid, and they tell me and was endless. Well, we would consider it an accident because it spends. No, it's a drug overdose. And I it's all what you're talking about. And I just want an and I'm very sorry, I thank you, Mark. I'm calling you market is if I know you, yes, they Mark is fine been. I've been on blaze TV for two and a half years. And I sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. Tennis time goes by. I think you would be -membered as a true patriot have the moment that I wanna make the point dental hang up really wanna hear you talk is that I've read Peter Schweitzer's book and I am appalled at what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son and got a billion in a half dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and for his son hunts by in and Chris Heinz. And I just want knowing ever talked about it. They talk about the buffoon. Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that. Stay tuned. I gotta tell you. I love you gotta hang up so that you can take the close. But you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being smarted part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we got this guy Biden, who's in bed with, when he says, dad didn't know competent that amazing isn't that amazing. And his kid gets this, this huge come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that you're out of little brain, and your sense of humor to I got to say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering peripherally now. Trust me on this. I'm I'm, I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm gonna hang up. And I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I've no other people out there have I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you, Arthur, I want to tell you something. And then I'm hanging up yet. I read your book. I saw the dedication, you make your parents, my wife and I are putting up the tombstone the unveiling will be in August at I'm putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book. I love you more before you hang up. All right. Arthur, my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why people will tell you this. When I go into restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses. I don't care what people that's what I go with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Be nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course, they're left trying to destroy your country. I'll be right back. You can only get this greatness on KFI AM, seven ninety. Let's get something cleared..

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say the unbelievable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called news. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Taking my call. Yes. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media blue. Is this two year investigation? I don't think they blew it. I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us it purposely. I'm the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course, and then I read your book, and I love your book and I was shocked at all the things I had forgotten about over the years. Yeah. I mean, I mean, I, I've pointed out, of course, are not gonna policy is 'cause I mean they're participating in it. They let the senior level of the guy needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. I agree with you. So question is why do the members of the media on FOX? Who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media blew it instead of saying the media lied to us because there's a difference? It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. And when you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you, Johnny. New york. New york. Great WABC. How are you? Mark your Joel, thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're going to have layman and people who are not quip to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are going to show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that. You know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return and ignore the fact that it's a pages long and say Trump lost two billion dollars when the they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at aren't you gonna have you're gonna have that. But aren't you gonna have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. As a against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, that was my next point is that the media is gonna take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their pseudo events. And it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping tax reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything well, in real estate, nothing simplified, and let's face it, the new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? A hundred percent. I'm saying that they're going to come out and try to apply on agree. I agree. It's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't want to participate in that. Johny. I bet you're great CPA my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resent it some of the laws, I had to deal with I resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IBM, angry, the whole time I wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday. Mark. Both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if your taxes to me you're making a big mistake. All right. Arthur, thank. Great WABC, New York. New York, go right ahead. I have three points. I wanna make an one to make them very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. I point is I want to express my profound. Thanks to you for the patriotic. Work that you do in educating the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything else? Man. I appreciate that. And Secondly, I'm a father who Lewis, the twenty four and a half year old son. High functioning autistic kid, and they tell me well we wanna medically. Consider it an accident because it's it's a drug overdose. And it's all what you're talking about. And I just want an and I'm very sorry. I. I'm calling you mock is if I know you Mark is fine. TD for two and a half years. And I've sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you will be remembered as a true patriot. But the moment that I wanna make the third point, then I'll hang up, say you talk is that I've read Peter Schwartz his book, and I am polled. At what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son, and got a billion dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and for his son hunted by in, and Chris Hines. And I just want no one ever talks about it. They talk about the buffoon. Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that. Stay tuned. I love, you gotta hang up so that you can take a close, but you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we've got this guy Biden, who's in bed with men when he says that didn't know competent that amazing, isn't that amazing. And his kid gets this, this huge come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that you're out of little brain, and your sense of humor to I got to say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering it peripherally. Trust me on this. I'm I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm going to hang up. And I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I've no other people out there have. I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you, Arthur. Hanging up yet I read your book. Parents, my wife and I putting up the tombstone the unveiling booby in August at putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love and it comes directly from your book. I love you more before you hang up my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why the people will tell you this. When I go into restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses. I don't care what people that's what I go with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Be nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course. They're left this trying to destroy your country. I'll be right back. It's time to check the roads in Kate on traffic.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say beyond believable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called new. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Taking my call. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media Lou. This two year investigation. I don't think they blew it. I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us purposes. I'm the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course, and I read your book and I love your book, and I was shocked at all the things I had forgotten about over the years. Yeah, I mean, I pointed out, of course, not gonna policy is 'cause I mean they're participating in it. The, the senior level of the needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. Okay. And I agree with you. So my question is this. Why do they members of the media on FOX? Who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media blew it instead of saying the media lied to because there's a difference? It wasn't that they were negligent. It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. And when you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you, Johnny. New york. New york. Great WABC. How are you? Mark your Joel, thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're going to have layman and people who are not a quick to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are going to show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that. You know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return and ignore the fact that if pages long and say Trump lost two billion dollars when they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at an aren't you gonna have you're gonna have that. But aren't you gonna have politicians and media types who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at? But then us. It as a cuddle against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, and I didn't mean to you off that was my next point is that the media is gonna take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their suitable events, and it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? All the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping tax reform last year. Right. And claim to simplify everything. Well, in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it. The new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? Hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to apply nine on agree agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't wanna participate in that. Johny. I bet you're great CPA my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resent it some of the laws, I had to deal with I resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IB, angry, the whole time I wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday. More both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if your taxes to me you're making a big mistake. All right. Arthur, great WABC, New York, New York. Go right ahead. I, I have three points, I wanna make into one that make them very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. I point is I want to express my profound. Thanks to you for the patriotic. Work that you do in educating the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Some anything else man, I appreciate that. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost a twenty four and a half year old son to send high functioning or cystic kid, and they tell me and was endless. Well, we wanna medically. Consider it an accident because it's it's a drug overdose. And I it's all what you're talking about. And I just wanted. And I'm very sorry, I thank you. Mark. I'm calling you market is if I know you Mark is fine. TV for two and a half years. And I've sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you will be remembered as a true patriot. But the moment that I wanna make the point. And then they'll hang up say really wanna hear you talk is that I've read Peter his book, and I am appalled at what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son, and got a billion dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and his son, hunts of buy in and Chris Heinz. And I just want knowing of it talks about it. They talk about the buffoon. Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that state tuned. I gotta tell you. I love, you gotta hang up so that you can take the calls, but you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work, you're doing, I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around so that could see that are uses being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we got this guy by who's in bed with them. And when he says dad didn't know competent that amazing isn't that amazing. His kid gets this, this huge come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that you're at Olympic brain and your sense of humor to I got to say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering it peripherally. Trust me on this. I'm I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm going to hang up. And I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I've no other people out there have I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you. Arthur, I wanna tell you something hanging up yet. I read your book, our dedication, you make your parents, my wife and I putting up the tombstone the unveiling, we'll be in August at putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book. I love you more before you hang up. All right. Arthur, my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why. People will tell you this. When I go into a restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses, I don't care what people that's what with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. Be nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course. They're left this trying to.

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:03 min | 2 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I mean that's like a conservative Christmas. I would say beyond believable. All right. I don't really want to do anymore, the so called news. So let me keep checking you folks out for a little bit here. Bruce Cleveland Ohio Sirius satellite, go. Taking my call. Yes, sir. I'm sick and tired of the newscasters even the ones who I tend to agree with saying that the mass media blue. Is this two year investigation? I don't think they blew it. I don't think you do either. I think they purposely why to us purposely line, the one who's been saying this. Right. Bruce, of course and I read your book and I love your book and I was shocked. It's all the things I had forgotten about over the years. But yeah, I mean I mean I pointed out, of course, not gonna apologize because I mean they're participating in it. Now, wait, they let the senior level of the guy needed the media in order to try and undermine candidate Trump and President Trump. Okay. And I agree with you. So by question is this, why do the members of the media on five who I agree with ninety percent of the time. Why do they say the media blew it instead of saying the media lie to us because the difference it wasn't that they were negligent? It wasn't that they were now listen, I can't be specific because I don't know. But you're exactly right. I agree with you. I mean that's been my position that, that, that they were active participants in this. And when you read on freedom of the press, you'll understand they are active participants in these things they are progressives. They are social activists. They are Democrats. That's who they are. That's what they do. That's also why they've been ignoring the other half of it with Hillary Clinton and the DNC and all the rest. It's intentional. All right. My brother good call. I'm with you. Johny New York, New York, the great WABC. How are you? Mark your jewel. Thanks for having me on. Thank you. I'm a CPA working in the real estate industry in Manhattan for the past fifteen years. My concern with the release of the Trump tax returns is that you're going to have a layman and people who are not a quick to properly, analyze these items making snap judgments who don't understand the tax code. I mean, there are so many intricacies as far as real estate goes, let's talk about depreciation amortization, you know, all the different things that are going to show gains and losses carry-forwards things like that. You know, and they're just gonna look at the face of the tax return and ignore the fact that if pages long and say Trump lost two billion dollars when they just don't have the education background to properly assess what they're looking at an aren't you gonna have you can have that. But aren't you gonna have politicians and media types? Who are going to spin what's in there that is they may actually know what they're looking at. But then use it as a cudgel against the president United States. And there we are off on more, pseudo events that have as their purpose to defeat his reelection. Well, and I didn't mean to you off that was my next point is that the media gonna take it and run with these little sort of soundbites, and tidbits that they think are going to make a splash and it plays right into into your book, which I'm about halfway through their pseudo events. And it's going to be a media circus that actually has no basis in reality. And don't we get a lot of that? Oh all the time. I feel like it's most of what we see, isn't it? Yeah. And look they just came out with the sweeping tax reform last year. Right. And then claim to simplify everything well, in real estate, nothing got simplified, and let's face it, the new code is still eleven hundred pages long. Have they read it? I guarantee they have not. You mean the members of congress? Yeah. They don't read anything they voted on ObamaCare. They never read it. Remember? One hundred percent. I'm just saying that they're going to come out and try to upon on agree agree. It's all it's poison. It's all fake. It's all poison and we don't wanna participate in that. Johny. I bet great CPA my friend. I am. I don't know. I don't know how the hell you guys do it sit there day in and day out. I mean, even as when I was much more into practicing law. I resent it some of the laws, I had to deal with I resented the regular and I can't even imagine I resent the income tax. Can you imagine me as a CPA IBM, angry, the whole time I wouldn't get anything done? Well, I'd hire you every single day of the week and twice on Sunday. Mar both go to prison. Johnny, thank you, my friend. I mean I mean if you're leaving your taxes to me, you're making a big mistake. All right, Arthur, great WABC, New York, New York. Go right ahead. I I I have three points. I wanna make an wanna make them of very briefly, so that I can hear you speak. I point is I wanted to express my profound. Thanks to you for the patriotic of work that you do in educating the public, I've been to law school. I've been to college. I've learned more from your several books than ever learned. Anything out man. I appreciate that. No. It's true. And Secondly, I'm a father who lost a twenty four and a half year old son. High functioning autistic kid, and they tell me and was endless. Well, we were medically. Consider it an accident because it's it's a drug overdose. And I it's all what you're talking about. And I just want. And, and I'm very sorry. I thank you, Mark. I'm calling you market is if I know you. Mark is fine. I've been on blaze TV for two and a half years. And I've sent out a subscription to a friend of mine because I think what you're doing is important. And as time goes by I think you will be remembered as a true, patriot at the moment that I wanna make the third point. And then I'll hang up really wanna hear you talk is that I've read Peter Schweitzer's book and I am appalled at what Biden did in. I think it's two thousand thirteen forgive me if I got the chronology wrong when he flew over an air force to with his son, and got a billion and a half dollar deal for Rosemont Seneca, and his son hunted by in, and Chris Hines. And I just want no one ever talks about it. They talk about the buffoon. Arthur, let me tell you something. Stay tuned. Stay tuned on that. Stay tuned. I gotta tell you. I love you gotta hang up so that you can take the close. But you are the greatest as far as I'm concerned. And when I think about the work you're doing I think it's guys like you, especially you that will perhaps turn this country around. So they could see that are used as being slaughtered part of the process is that China is so deeply ingrained, and we've got this guy, Biden, who's in bed with them. And when he says, dad didn't know competent that amazing isn't that amazing and his kid gets this, this huge come on. They're not. And then they reverse course because somebody woke them up. I wish that you are at Olympic brain and your sense of humor to I gotta say, we'll deal with this topic. I know I'm just covering peripherally. Trust me on this. I'm I'm working on it. That is wonderful. I'm going to hang up. And I thank you very much. Listen. I'm very, very sorry. I cannot imagine losing a child. I can't imagine it. I know you did. I no other people out there have. I just can't imagine it. So my heart goes out to you, Arthur. And then I'm hanging up. I read your book, the dedication, you make your parents, my wife and I of putting up the tombstone the unveiling will be in August at putting what you said, you know together forever in perpetual love. And it comes directly from your book, I love you before hang up. All right. Arthur. Oh, my best to you and your wife. You never know what people are facing. You just don't know. That's why people will tell you this. When I go into a restaurant, I treat waiters and waitresses. I don't care. What people that's what I go with absolute respect. When there's a taxi driver, Uber driver training with absolute respect. People I come across I try to try to do that. When thousands of people come to book signing. I try to treat everybody with respect. You don't know what people are going through. And you don't know what they have gone through. And I've taught my kids, exactly the same thing. The nice to people. There's no reason you shouldn't be less. Of course. They're leftist trying to destroy your country..

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"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"bruce cleveland" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Now if you get to all these new ankle baiters now yeah and uh you know in the spirit of full disclosure i'm an investor in one of them called spiro wrapped up his priorities batum spent on the show awesome well adam and i are old friends and battle hanoch for people listening you can go go find my interview with him up try find that episode number before we spiro doubt airline and i love the company because adam and the team its bureau in my opinion have reimagined um sales technology and i can explain to you why if you care brought out airs so the problem is defined originally with salesforce automation and i grew up in this industry as a matter of fact last night i was at a an event i spoke at an event with my dear old friend bruce cleveland and bruce was one of the cofounders of civil systems and bruce when i was twenty seven twenty eight years old uh destroyed my uh net worth and self worth at the same time when sibel became the category king and we got crushed at a company called van too and then of course years later benny opted to say the disabled right so i knew we get it getting to today here's while out at the problem that salesforce automation's lleshi are m's boast assault from salesperson perspective is essentially one of tracking leeds frano uh and coordinating tasks in activities around that in reporting forecast backup to management that's really what it does.

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