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Fresh update on "brunson" discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
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The Step by Step Checklist to Spying on Your Competitions Marketing
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to give you a step by step checklist to spying on your competitions marketing. So first and foremost kneel before we talk about it when it comes to spying on competitions marketing, why do you find it? Helpful I find it helpful because typically what works peer competition, it doesn't always work for you but in many cases, it will and you can see the direction that they're. going. So when you're competition's doing a lot of experiments and things like that, it'll give you ideas on what direction you should end up doing what you should end up trying. If you want to grow your business while and sometimes it doesn't need to be a direct competitor it could be an indirect competitor but let's say for example, I'm a direct competitor to click funnels, which is Russell Brunson Company. So I might just pull up facebook Ad Library, which is completely free and I'm going to take a look at the ads that he has going on. I'm going to look at how frequently he's throwing up new ads because facebook was show when ads are published I'm GonNa look at the ads that he frequently has running and I can just tell by looking at his facebook Adler he last time I checked it was six hundred thirty results. He just cranking out new creative all the time because he knows that he needs to stay interesting to. Stay top of mind you have to come up with new concepts and you have to constantly show up over and over you can't just show the same ad and let your ads. Basically, you can't drive ad fatigue right I like looking at this using that as an example when I like people's ads facebook. Ad Library. I use at beach take a look at Google, display ads and Youtube ads. Those are what I start with I when I want to look up people's advertising campaigns. Other thing that I recommend doing is checkout goat with Donald, what technology people are using, and you wanNA combine that with the way back machine. So if you're seeing that people are doing things like running ABC's tests using Bwi or optimizing crazy egg, what you WanNa do is you want to go to the way back machine to see all the variations that they're running in. See what they end up with annual you keep going back and back and back and seeing all the different variations. 'cause it will give you a direction of what consumers in your space prefer if you WANNA maximize your conversion rate. All right. The other one I like using is social blade social blade allows me to see the growth rates of different. Let's say youtube twitch channels. I can see twitter as well. We can also see the top channels for different categories. So from a social perspective, I, find social blade to be helpful. and. There's a lot of tools out there like eight sem rush uber suggests by sumo that will show you what people are producing on a contract basis social shares. What's going? Well, how many shares new. Back, link. But Will give data on both content marketing as well as SEO as well as paid advertising. Again, this will give you trends to see what's working overtime on what's fair competition. Yup, and then similar web is great too because it shows websites that you know referring websites that go to one to the site that you're looking at the also show you the breakdown of traffic in terms of different sources and I've talked about this in the past but I used to find that their traffic trends were accurate but the traffic numbers were not as accurate. That's actually incorrect now the. Traffic trends are accurate and then the traffic numbers. There are a lot more accurate than they were before. So I do find myself looking at that from time to Time Neil anything else on your side yet the last thing I have for my side is Google alerts put in your company competitor names and Google alerts. If the more than one word, you'd WANNA put him in quotes and get alert emails on that because it'll show you every time your competition releases something they're trying to make some noise. This will get inclination of where they're moving on what you needed to. Yup last one from my sight is crunch base. Especially, if you're in the tech world, you can just take a look, just follow your competitor and see what's going on what new announcements are happening. Crunch Base Hook up with a lot of different other news sources. You can see funding rounds. You can see if they hired a specific executive, you can see what direction they're going in. From a marketing perspective, but also from a business perspective as well. So
Is Affiliate Marketing Dead
"Welcome to another episode of marketing. School I'm Eric, Su and I'm Neil. Patel and today we're GONNA talk about if affiliate marketing. Is that right, so let's talk about what affiliate marketing is I, so let's say I want. Promote Neal's Uber suggests okay. He sells it for twenty five dollars a month. Or whatever it is, I'm just making numbers up right now, so let's say twenty five dollars a month. He might say Eric for every customer that you get from me. I Will Give Me Twenty Percent Commission, which is five dollars a month great. I'll do it. I'll push to my blog my audience. Let's say Seo focused audience. It might be a good fit for them, and if I recommend it to them I'll. I'll collect a commission, and the beauty of this is as continues to stack up and I. Have this quote Unquote Free Traffic, I will continue to bring in revenue he gets new customers were both satisfied, because the terms of the are acceptable to both of us, the thing is affiliate. Marketing has a bad rap because people will do really dirty black hat things to do whatever it takes to make a buck. Buck right, so a lot of people may think marking is like Oh. You know markets dirty might take on. It and I'm sure. Neal's TEGAS actually I want to speak for Neil. TAKE ON AS AFFILIATE MARKETING NOT GONNA die. You know why Amazon is affiliate marketing. A lot of people are doing deals around the world is just affiliate. Marketing is a term itself is bad, but it's not going anywhere affiliate marketing. Marketing as Eric mentioned, a lot of people say bad, because there's these affiliates who will go out there and create force continuity offers being like by the skin-care. anti-wrinkle cream is free trial, and then they just keep sending to every single month. Even if you want to cancel, and you don't want, and they don't tell you, that's why affiliate marketing has a bad rap, but it's amazing way to grow a business. There are so many players out there in the space that can push your product pusher service. Drive you sales. I was talking with the founder of get response years and years ago. He was telling me how they get a thousand sign up today purely from affiliates. That's a lot. When you look at Russell Brunson from click funnels is a really good example, so there bootstrap. They'll give you I. Think About Forty Percent Commission on each new customer that's driven which a lot. Most companies won't do that, but it just goes to show 'cause he comes from an affiliate marketing background where he plays a lot of different products. If you incentivize people the right way, they're going to go under the fittings out for you and a good chunk of your business can come from a again. You have to look at Amazon when you're selling on Amazon I. Think what are they take? They take a look at fifteen percent commission. That's affiliate marketing finance. If you have scale, yeah and that. Was On the poster child for affiliate marketing done right and at scale. During covert at during the early days of Covid is Amazon. Was email letter to their affiliates? Scrutiny affiliates yeah and. We're going to pay you either. We're GONNA stop paying your pay you less. It was one or the other is naturally getting some new cells I think affiliate marketing is greater especially if you're starting out. If you have some type of distribution, you have some type of audience and you are on the fence on whether you want sell a product or not. Let's say you're on the fence on, if you. You want to sell a course. You can go to click. Bank and look at what courses do well. That are tied to your niche, and you can push out course. If it does well, you can contemplate doing your own without having to do a lot of work upfront. Similarly, you can go find other products. You considered for marketing affiliate products. There's a lot of lists out there and you can. Can find whatever using your audience interested, and then you can serve them better yet. You serve your audience I. Ask them what they need. Then serve that up. If it does really well, and you think you can actually build something, or maybe you can go buy something for cheap you go do it, and you can collect even higher march of that all
The Ultimate Checklist For Selling High Ticket Products and Services
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. To another episode of Martigues School. And I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the ultimate checklist for selling high ticket products and services so when it comes to selling high ticket, products and services. Here's one keeping. You cannot expect to just put it on your website and people are just going to buy right. There did believe it's five dollars or more events for vendors. You've got to be expecting to on the phone without getting on the phone. These people I. If. It's a higher to offer is going to be better and the reason. I also better is because if you can charge more money than need, you can actually afford to spend more on ads of those that can afford to spend more on. Ads are going to do better in Lawrence so you WanNa. Give yourself as much margin for error, so I would say. Say She can have your price higher. You get more flexibility. You get more budget for making mistakes and at least for someone like me. I got March. You also need someone doing sales. If you don't do sales in your son, high ticket items, you'll notice that you won't make as much money versus when you had someone. Doing sales is a huge difference. And then the other thing, too is depending on what you're selling, but I'll as what works all the time without fail retarded people so people here your website especially if they hit lessee, renate. Sherman services or sectors that you serve people age and your retirement, a small segment of the People Lese you have one hundred head that page in a week as a lot of people on facebook, for example, you can target daily unique reach is just like what I ask for a week or so each week, and your impressions conflicts showing up. You want to be showing up and then when the timing is right. People visited that page before you can retarget them come. And again call you and then the other thing you want to make sure. Is You have a Webinar a fine tune? One GO CHECK OUT SAM events. He has a really good webinar. That will give you idea of how to structure one Russell Brunson also has a perfect webinars formula. You can learn more about that on youtube as well, but a webinar allows people to get more comfortable with you handles a lot of the objections and increases your conversion rates as. As, well, you can also use ever Webinar or webinars jammed also host your utvs. Yeah, and the other thing is about building a ascension funnel, so Allen recommend reading about dotcom secrets by runs, said defoe idea is, you might try people into your email. I might drive people to get a free book. Free plus shipping offer in an s alternate might throw might be higher. It might be fifty dollars two hundred dollars you all the way out to a mastermind. You don't even make it that complex, but to be able to ascend people to point where the radio by because only a very small segment of people on your list are going to be ready to take your highest offer the other ones the end up there, so you're gonNA help them out to the highest share. Yeah, the other thing that you'll want to end up. Doing is making sure your price points are above a thousand dollars. The moment it's below a thousand dollars. It makes it really hard to make your ads profitable, and what you'll find is even if you have two thousand and three, thousand five thousand. Thousand Dollar Price Point. It's not just as easy as increasing president. Get more sales also have to figure out what can you offer? That seems like it's worth ten thousand dollars, or really is where ten thousand dollars in your giving it a really good deal like a thousand or two thousand dollars. Yeah, and after you collect leads. Let's say you're driving people right? You have an email. Don't forget to conju marketing and when I say that I don't need that. What I mean is constantly ratio them telling stories, so I like writings, Ville emails I might talk about how my day. What area nearby offered to sales? Or another example might be every quarter solids up into my real estate beautiful house. Maybe you're not ready to buy a house media, but he likes all in my content so every quarter so I might reach out. Say Hey, Neil, are you still interested in buying a house? So this is a nine email that was created by are going by. The Jackson is a great copywriter. He actually being the real estate space, so don't forget your mls. Is your asset so continue to think about how you can utilize it? It yeah, and then the other thing from my end is make sure you try to figure out how you can. Adding countdown timers, and really have your expire were combined after a certain time. It's a great way to generate way marseils yeah, the other thing I'll add to is if you have people applying for phone call I liked any a survey next step at based on the questions of the answer might say I don't have the financial services to for this one neck as I might drive to another final say. Financial Services here's up payment option for you a lot of
"brunson" Discussed on Big Blue View
"He doesn't really stack and shed that well. And as I've talked about this before would stacking and shedding is is a linebacker reacting where the ball is seeing an oncoming blocker getting long extension on block or not allowing them to get inside and then as he's reading where the bulkier is going shedding that blocker. So it's tight in an offensive lineman you name it. That is what needs to be done. So sometimes these guys that struggle will come in a little bit too close to offensive lineman causing them to get blocked and I think that his problems with stacking and shedding relate. A little bit within being indecisive. I think he just needs to be sticking to his technique going in following what he needs to do and just reading where the ball is a little bit better. I don't think it's so much what he's doing in the stacking and shedding part. But I think he could also implement his power in his explosiveness a little bit better in those situations. I agree with that completely sometimes. It's almost like he would rather run around blockers then try to stack in shed and go through blockers and just considering his overall strengths and weaknesses as a player. That seems like kind of an odd choice. Yeah it's a little bit odd to me that you have this big powerful not super big but you have a powerful linebacker shows. He likes to hit but for some reason chooses to run around guys. And you can't do that at the NFL level. You can't run around linemen. It's just not going to work. You're wasting time you're going to get caught up or picked off by somebody else. Because you're running out of your rushing lane you need to attack it head on at the very least if you can't make a play if you can at least make an initiate contact with an offensive. Lineman. Sometimes you can at least slow things down in Philly gap in slowdown a running back at the very least. But if you move out of where you're supposed to be playing you're going to give a big rushing gains by making mistakes like that last thing though. Chris and something we already kind of spoke about. I think that there needs to be day and attention put on his stance his drops. That's a very simple fix. That's just working in drilling how you're lining up. How how you're you're going through your progressions on a pass drop it all that stuff because right now like I said earlier he's too narrow he's hunched over. It doesn't have a proper base. I don't think he moves fluidly as he could. Just spend those first couple of weeks of training camp with them see if he can make some progress with with those issues yet and other than improving the mental aspect of his game that probably is deep best fixed for him maybe improving how he starts with his stance improving his technique with his drops. Maybe that will help to unlock him playing in space. You know it's. It's very difficult to play in space cover or honestly do much of anything from a variety of other disciplines if the base foundation the fundamentals are just off. Chris for his ceiling and his floor. We were in pretty good unison and an agreement on what we see from him what he could become. He's not a high ceiling guy. And that's not really what you're looking for. Its seventh rounders. Some of these guys that we've talked about have had decently high ceilings but what we see with. Brunson is just a player. That's going to be a special teams contributor in a backup linebacker. I think that he has those traits that you're looking for being a good leader being willing to hit make plays. I think he's the perfect guy that you send down on kickoff to go break the wedge and make a play and at least slow down the progression of a kick return. That's exactly what I want from Brunson. I just don't see him really developing into a starting linebacker. I think some of those processing issues could improve but I think the right now there are a little bit too much for him to actually step in and become a starting linebacker especially with all the guys in front of him. Yeah I agree completely and I think if the giants can get a regular special teams contributor out of a seventh round pick. They'll take that and really what I saw him playing his best when he has very limited responsibilities doesn't have to try to decipher a whole lot of things. That really might play into special teams role. Where this is your lane. Go down no breakthrough wedge make tackle at the ball is in your lane. Just stay in Your Lane. Keep the integrity of your lane intact yet. Don't go where you're not supposed to don't go into anybody else's lane just run on the field do your job and I think that's something he could do well and should play to his strengths. Yeah with a lot of these late around day. Three guys we've talked about. We all see and envision them being good special teams contributors. And that's really what you're looking for with these days guys. If at least one or two of them are even just one develops into a contributor in various defensive or offensive situations. That's a huge positive. But if you get that out of them terms especially team or I think that's realistic. That's probably what's going to happen but for a floor if we're just being realistic some of these problems that he had. I think that he could be an early candidate to get cut during training camp and then eventually put onto the practice squad. I just I think that some of these other linebackers who are currently on the roster who've been around a little bit longer we'll have an advantage over him because they're more experienced and right now it's a bit of an uphill battle I think for someone like Brunson because of how many guys that they've brought in to address the position and also the speculation that we think that Carter coughlan is going to get transitioned in move to an all ball linebackers same spot that TJ Brunson was playing in South Carolina. Yeah there is definitely a numbers game at play. The giant drafted four late round linebackers..
Hard-Selling vs Soft-Selling and the Invisible Hooks You Probably Missed
"What's up everybody this Russell Brunson? Welcome back to the marketing secrets. Podcast today at one talk. About the marketing that's invisible inside of the fulfillment of the thing that you are actually selling so the big question. Is this power entrepreneurs like us. He didn't cheat and take on VENTURE CAPITAL FOR SPENDING MONEY. Own pockets marketing away. Let us get our products and our services and the things that he believed in out to the world and yet still remain profitable. That is the question in this. Podcast will give you the answer. Name's offer Brunson and welcome the marketing. All right so a couple of things ahead. Somebody An instagram right me in the questioning. Hard selling and soft selling out the wheels my head spinning and then today actually this whole week. Everybody is starting to get the the books in the of the traffic secrets are showing up. The box shown up odd so exciting seeing everybody getting their boxes and packages and a couple of people circle made videos them open boxes and it was like. Did you guys all capture? The marketing lessen the Russel's gave us here inside of this box. And it's fun because I don't think most people got it but a few people did some secrets just in case because a lot of times we focus so much on the hard selling I'm GonNa go. I'M GONNA create my offer my funnel. GonNa. I'm like Hook from a hook them. Tell the story make an offer. That's hard selling right. Soft selling rate all the subtleties. You're doing around everything for example in my podcast and my facebook lives in my interviews. My everything I'm always talking about stuff right. I always talk about click funnels and when when I had made a circle when it was still open if you ever noticed the first probably three hundred episode of this podcast as always talking about major circle members. Don't manage circle member to this circle member to this. I was talking about these people in this tier need this group and as I did that more people right I want to be in their circus are looking for it right. And that's what just it's just like casually talking about things talking about phones talking about order talking about all these things that lead back to whatever it is that you actually sell and so I think a lot of people think oh I mean there's some my product you're selling my product or I'm or I'm I'm teaching right and say no they all go together. Do you understand that? Like they're all they'll kind of tied together in so soft songs all the things. You're doing all the time lake. Just for example right. Now what have already done already talked about? Click funnels with talked about the traffic secrets book and talked about the box and talking about circles with four things. Just in the first two minutes of this podcast just and it's like planting seeds and talking about and talking about more and and as you do more and more of it it just gets people to to wonder more into look more and be more excited when the opportunity to purchase arises. So that's kind of a hard sell soft so now to go deeper on that. This is This is what's what's Fun Right. So everybody bought the book and You went to the book funnel right if you have a book yet come on Alec. Why are you even listening to me this point? Don't trust me enough to go by the book. But I digress. Traffic DOT COM. You'll get the book the book you go through down so flowing through the whole thing off there. I you much webinar. Hopefully go to Webinar. And you know the whole whole funnel happens. That's hard now. Soft cell are the things happening now right so in the mail every got box outside the boxes waiting for you open the box scan the Qr Code. And I know about people know how to use our Koji. I still am just learning how to use them if they go to your photo APP and you hold Kyoko to pop open website. Where the video from me in the video ad space basically tell people? I think you so much for buying this book I read from. Sison like you're gonNA love it. I can't wait to dive into it and ask them for favors. Look just know an authorized me biggest thing that we want is we want to be able to make how people actually get the thing. We create right. We spend eighteen months of our life. Lock down like writing this. This this thing for you like I want you to feedback. It's like the thing that being the most me right now is before you open his box of extra record yourself. The boxes you open it go and then shared on facebook and instagram social media and tag me on it and and I wanna see those things right now again. This is like this is the art of selling now right so maximum for favorite US book. I I kill myself to give it to you. Have if you could just make a video you in boxing and posted now. Obviously not everyone does not even like not even the majority of people do but a good percentage people do and posting them everywhere the posting when the close group posted on their own page posting them on instagram their their stories that like I am getting tagged in in boxing video everywhere and obviously we sold like I think sixty or seventy thousand copies of book so far and my getting sixty or seventy thousand getting literally hundreds multiple hundreds of people posting these videos. And when they're doing it gets what's happening their friends their family members or other people like what's up. What's it about and it's starting to make sales Second wave cells are coming. I didn't do anything for other than I. Just ask people to be willing to box that. They're they're thinking posting and boxing you tag. She's been really really cool All the course ones. I don't see all some land. My other folder junk-food but the cool ones. I see I share Mcginn. It's helping those people as well so there's a lot of benefits than side of the book like if you the box you open up a quickstart guide in quick start. Guide walks you through how to use the book. You can buy a computer. You Get Quick Start Guide you buy. Software Quick Star Guy like before book. We don't we included quickstart guides to get quick star guidance. I Okay. I need you to read this book. Second thing you need to do is if you ever read. This is part one of three. They go get the other two books and make sure you read the whole. Trojan get along with the workbook for free. Then here's how to get the whole box set. So I'm telling about the best way to consume the book and how it fits with the other books and for them to go get it right so. It's not hard to say here that you're reading this. This is the best way to consume it. I'm just like if I was selling crackers. I'd like the best way crackers with some some crackers. Cashew milkers of I don't even know. Is that even a thing like I was? Let's say let's say I had a food company right and Shampoo Company right. The Best Chiampou Booms doubled yourselves right. It's these little these little things like that. And so the quickstart guide is also then like little tickets to other things like tickets to webinars tickets all offers. We have just like oh by the way. Here's a bookmark you can use but it also serves as a pretty good ad smell these bookmarks that come in the in the boxes people who broke marks in the books but it's pushing to the Webinar funnel and the this thing and it just other places. They're quick funnels trial things like that you know. And so it's just it's little things kind of including in the sales process the fulfillment process that Increase a whole bunch of things right. It gets your your book. Your product is spread more viral. It gets people talking about people sharing it gets people knowing. What's the next step? Where do I go from here in the value like what's the next piece and so all the things that you kind of look at them? That's that's the magic so anyway. I hope you started thinking about
Andrea Hailey, CEO of Vote.org Discusses Protecting Our Vote During a Pandemic, and Vote-by-Mail
"Haley welcome to the fight CAST Inc. You could be here Jennifer. I just WanNa talk a bit about Oregon. What you've accomplished over the past several years because it's really impressive. You know when I look at the numbers. You've registered more than three point. Three million new voters and you've verified registration for eight million voters and you do that primarily through technology. How does that work? Yes absolutely anyone can come to our site. Vote Dot Org and they can verify registration status and if you're registered to let you know and if you're not registered the site will lead you through a workflow that specific to your state and allow you to go ahead and in states where you have online voter registration and go ahead registered to vote and right now. You can request absentee vote by mail through the site. So that's pretty exciting. We've have a ton of organic traffic and we also have a lot of partners. Who User tools and embed them on their websites through that we end up with a lot of traffic in distractions working hand in hand with our partnership groups awhile. I didn't know about that. Change about being able to register for absentee ballots in vote by mail. I think that's really really important especially given the times we're in but I know you and I were talking about this off. Line that one of the most important things that people can do right now is to go to Dr Oregon. Check to see if you are registered as something that you say that people should do early right. Yes we like to say. Do it early often. So you can verify your registration. Make sure you're still on the rolls in. If you're not then you can go ahead and register through the site. But the verification of registration takes you know less than two minutes so that's the easiest way to go online. You can check on your phone on more on your computer. And we're really encouraging people to go ahead and do that and to continuously check that it's up to date and then I think the other thing. We're really encouraging people to do is. If you're going to vote absentee and if you can in your state which will take you through all your state rules on the site to do that as early as possible. So that you're getting your request in early. Just in case states get overwhelmed with requests especially in places where they're not used to having the administer by mail so go on the site. Ask for your absentee in verifier status. Right that's really important especially this year. I mean we saw during the primaries numbers up in lots of states right and people who think that they're on top of everything and think they might be registered. This is just check anyway because like you said states could get overwhelmed and if you need to register you don't want to be caught in November and find out that you're not registered and you've missed the deadline because I don't even know what my voter registration deadline is for my state. I don't know that's right. I mean and unfortunately we have so many different dens country depending on what state you're in because we have this kind of I think we've discussed before Wonky. Ping where unlike other countries where all fifty states in the US administered their own elections because of. You may have different registration deadlines you know somebody who's living in a different state than neo. So I don't think that people are aware of those deadlines off the top of their heads. So it's better to go on go online early. Go Dead Work. We tell you the deadlines Too so you can find those out there and get access to that information but really the earlier you get into the systems and in the process the better and into it often so yeah so you bring up a really good point about in this country because in other countries I know the things are different and then brings up a really fundamental question for me. Why is this a thing in this country? Why do we even have the separate? It seemingly convoluted registration process. And you know you have organizations and activists in all this money being dedicated to get people to do something that we say that we want all Americans to do and all Americans have the right to do. They have the right to exercise their right to vote. You have to go through these hoops to get registered. And I'm thinking about countries like Australia. Encana and I think Australia has birds of ninety five percent voter participation right in their elections so why in America is it so complicated? And why is it a separate process? That's a great question. I mean I think that we need to go back and redesign our systems with voters in mind and design them. This is a great time to imagine as everybody's having to change in just in time of Kobe. Why don't we imagine a system where everybody is participating in where we can get to eighty percent voter participation in the country and then work backwards from there? What would it take to get to eighty percent voter participation because we think about dot org that voters want to participate we believe that many of the systems in place created in ways that are not conducive? Brunson's many states do not have twenty days of early voting. That would be immensely helpful for people who need time off from work or who are concerned right now about social distancing. Don't WanNA stand in lines. I think that there's a lot of conversation that could be had about. How design a system with the actual voting population in mind? Because that's what Ms Service I also think we're in a moment whereas a lot of voting systems need to modernize any state that doesn't have online voter registration right now. There's no reason to not go ahead and make the change to all my voter registration. I mean we saw New Jersey Change. We saw North Carolina Change. And I think that the handful of remaining states that don't have online voter registration should go ahead and do that. The other thing is we know it's easier for a lot of people when they can vote by mail so people should have an option about whether they want to go into a polling location or whether they want to vote by mail and states should automatically in a time of co bed. Just make that so that you don't need an excuse to vote by mail in any state should be kind of a given you kinda think long term here. What are the things that would make voting easier on people and participation easier on people and and these are the things that are just a couple of things that would make it easier on everybody? But I don't think our system designed for the modern world that we're in right now and I don't think it was designed with the anticipation of full participation of our population but to have a healthy and thriving democracy. That's how we're going to have to start thinking about this
The Most Impactful Marketing Article Neil & Eric Read for 2020
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about the most impactful marketing article that needle and I have read for twenty twenty so I'll go first and Neil. You can feel free to chime in but one thing I read the other night. It's from this guy named J. J. A. Y. Couso Oh it's a C. U. N. Z. O. I think butchering the name again. I mentioned it to episodes ago if you Google Marketing. Show runners experience steph troms. You'll be able to find what I'm talking about and I think this is probably one of the most important things I've read in a while because you realize that everyone talks about especially. We talked about this on the PODCASTS. All the time we talk about Oh you have to produce content yet to produce content produce content but like you realize that there's just like this entire sea of garbage content and people are just producing CONTO CON. It's very transactional people are doing. Keyword research on Uber suggest whatever it is and it's just they're covering the answer right there but the problem is create transactional content. What happens is people? Come they get the answer and they leave. And that's it bounced that's it right whereas if you create an experience transactions the first part of the spectrum on the very far end of the spectrum as you take people on a journey right. It's about eight thousand words or so but it caused me to rethink everything we do right. It's okay how good are we? Driving an experience with our blogs with our podcast with the events that Neil and I do they're all at different ends of the spectrum like the products that I put together right or products that Neil does too. It's all about the experience. And if you don't create a good experience if you don't obsess over customer near contents do anything so in that post it was actually talking by making like a show that people love like marketing podcast. Which is funny. Because there's no mention of us and I'm like men may be were very transactional podcasts. I don't know but part of me thinks dot what we've been able to do with this is to be able to take people we've been able to build a community around it so the community is right before the journey right so it's literally you have a transactional of content. That's the first step. The second tier might be. You have an expert so I mentioned an expert might be like a sports analyst so I hear might be sports scores. The second one might be a sports analyst giving you the scores and that might give a little more authority there but then you cross over to building a community so at community example might be Neil night doing the growth accelerator group that we have right that is creating experience. That's creating a bond. That's very hard to duplicate anywhere else. And the beyond that. You're taking people on a journey so I really think everyone should read this at listening to this because it will reframe how you think about things and caused you to think twice about going out there and producing content for condensate. Because that's why a lot of stuff doesn't grow doesn't grow that quickly. It's because it's very ho-hum US neil yet. So my favorite article for the year so far and session at article two video but it's on marketing is Russell Brunson's Ot owes of your on Youtube search for Russell Brunson. Oto otiose stands for a one time offer and he breaks down no matter what kind of products service you're selling SASS product subscription ECOMMERCE. It doesn't matter you can make money through a upsell upon your checkout and you can have multiple works so well do you do it. Yeah and you guys already all know this so I'm not gonNA say hey you need add up saw because everyone already knows that but what he does. He breaks the copy. You should use. You don't have to be as aggressive as him. He breaks down the layout. You should use and what you need. A copy step-by-step and it just works and it's an easy way to make more money and it's not rocket science. I everyone can do it. It's super simple if you guys have a website your website because a chance. Are you trying to sell something? Or people subscribe something or generate a lead and his process teaches you the exact page to us to make more money from whatever type of business you have doing up cells right and people. Can I mean if you guys want to see examples of this you can go to click funnels DOT COM and Russell? Brunson actually has an active challenge called the one funnel away challenge and in there. You can basically WanNa buy his product You County. You can basically funnel him. That's a term that he uses to see how that one time offer works. So yeah I mean I think both contexts pieces
5 Ways to Learn from Your Competitors and Shortcut Your Marketing Success
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about five ways to learn from your competitors and shortcut your marketing success so I'll go with number one. I I talked about this. I believe maybe less two episodes but I do want to bring it up because it's fresh and actually got to play with the tool for the first time today. And so. The tour Spark Torah that's S. P. A. R. K. T. O. R. O. And the reason I sparked Toro is if you think about Chet Holmes Dream one hundred concept which is basically. If I want to promote my book. I'm GonNa go find top one hundred podcast in gaming for example. Okay that's my dream. One hundred for the PODCAST THAT. I'M GONNA find a dream. One hundred four youtube right so this dream one hundred concept was kind of coined by him and then Russell Brunson from click funnels kind of made a dream one hundred four different categories. Now what's beautiful? About Spark Toro is instead of you having to manually find all the influencers all the partners that you might attention WanNa work with you can just use spark twirl and you get five free searches a month and you can just find some key words by the way you can find a bunch of people and from there. You can basically decide okay. I'm going to try to work with these people reach out to these people and you're going to leverage the audience that they already have to help you get to where you WANNA go. That's number one. The second thing that I would do is go look at your competitors and see which one is running a continuing modifying. Their design built with is a website. That tells you if someone's using AB testing software alike optimize VW or hot jar. Crazy or anything like that and what you want to end up doing is seeing what changes are making because almost continue making changes and they're using these softwares that means tracking to make sure that the changes they're making in their design and copy is boosting sales revenue conversions. So I like doing is using way back. Machine Way. Back machine shows me the variations of their pages that they've been using and how their design and copy has evolved over time. And then what I like doing is learning from that. Because if they're using the conversion software you know that the changes that are making tend to be increasing conversions so learned from that and I should give you on what direction you should be going with your business to start getting more sales more conversions faster versus having to do all the learnings that they already did the third one. This seems like a dust. Amen but facebook Ad Library has been great. I mean to be able to see when your competitors are putting up new ads and how long they been running those ads for what type of ad copy they're using chances are if they've been running ads for a very long time there either a stupid or be. They has been working really well right. It's it's was the time it's one or the other and they're probably not number one if they've concept been spending a ton of money and so facebook our library. I like to use it. Not only look a competitor's withdrawn stations that I could potentially swipe because when you're writing copy or when you're writing at any type of advertising you ultimately looking for copy you're looking for some type of structure that you can pull from and then ultimately make it your own number four look one thing that all your competition's doing online and I don't understand. Why people do this people go on. Podcast interviews and talk about their business the revenue. What's causing it to grow failures. They had and they're spilling all their beans like one podcast that I listen to a lot on the enough is leveling up another one Nathan Laco and when you look at these podcast you know? I'm not mentioning Eric's leveling up because he's my Kohl's marketing school. It honestly is good and a lot of my competitors have been on his podcast or people in similar industries. They talk about what's working for them. What's failed and their strategies? And they're spilling their beans and a lot of them do brag. And what's cool about for me as a marketer is I'm able to learn from it and avoid their pitfalls and failures so that way I can grow faster so make sure you search for your competitors and add the word revenue at the end or podcasts at the end. And you'll find that the reveal a lot of articles or podcast episodes breaking down how they're doing on what you can learn from them to grow faster. Yeah Nathan. Lack has podcast Larry's because he forces the revenue out of them and if they don't give the revenue he basically like extrapolates to math which is pretty simple. I usually they're like. Oh yeah you know. It's roughly that anyway. I digress so number five. Last Finale Hillary to my last recommendation so last one was phased out library. But most people don't know that you can use software such as at beat and you can look at what type of ads people running on Google for example Google display network. You can look at how they're spend his trending over time. What their top. Ads are and again as a advertiser as a copywriter. Your job is to have a swipe file like a library of ad copy or adds that you like and then from there you just restructure to whatever you're trying to do because if the ad worked on you then you should be thinking about okay. Why did that work me and how it might potentially work if you basically restructured a little bit and tailored it towards your audience right
5 Secrets to Growing Your Ecommerce Sales with Paid Advertising
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to a another episode of marketing. School I'm Eric Su and I'm tell- and today we're GonNa talk about the five secrets to growing your e commerce sales and paid advertising all right so the first one we have for you because you're getting paid. Advertising majority of the people won't purchase your product right then in there on a lot of when paid advertising. You're sending them to one product. So what I want you to do is remark all the people who didn't buy and show them what it would be like to buy your product through remarketing video on Youtube. Facebook remarking video. Show what it's like when someone purchases it a good example of this is fab- Lennox by Kate Hudson. She has yoga pants. You'll see on youtube a lot and facebook ads people using the product. This shows people what it's like they would. Your pocket is a great way to generate sales number two. So actually did this the other day. I don't know about you neil. I just bought like a bunch of silver coins just in case so the site. I went to actually out of silver coins. I actually signed up for a product reminder so it could be a text message or it could be an email in. This case was an email when came back in stock. Amelia went and I went to buy a bunch of silver coins. Reminders on product pages. Go a long way and actually did that earlier today to when I was trying to buy something figure out how you can set that up and go from there and a lot of you guys are doing paid outs to your e commerce sites but what. You're not doing this capturing the person if you're out of stock because you're paying for those clicks right so eric just mentioned one way what you can do is use email marketing. You can use push notifications. You can use text messaging. These are always to let people know and remind when it's going out of stock or let's say someone comes to your page and they're about to buy your stock the letting him know you'll have to items available as a great way to encourage them to buy because it's scarcity now if you have a hundred available you wouldn't. WanNa show one hundred and if you have one hundred available you also don't want to show you have to available line but if you only do have one available or two available or nine available low amount show it. It's a great way to increase your conversions. Yeah hopefully you guys have a multichannel attribution setup. Maybe we'll talk about that in another episode but the whole idea. Is You know being able to track all the touch points. People went through before they actually ended up buying a product. What I would say is about how you can use a customer data platform. You know layered on what you're driving paid advertising. You're trying to get more e commerce sales but what if somebody already took your main offer like you have these banners across your website if they took your main offer already then maybe you show them the next offer and then the next offer after the and the next offer but you have to have the data for each customer and so when they visit your website you can show it the next thing right so there's a lot of customer data platforms out there. Hold ON I. Oh that's H. U. L. DOT IO. That's what I use from Abebe perspective but I had a friend Eric. Rivera uses a company called Lennox. That's L. Y. T. I C. S. DOT COM so. Yeah just you know. Try to take advantage of technology if you are spending money on Peyton so he can maximize yeah and The Last Supper I have for you as watch a youtube video called. Ot Oh script by Russell. Brunson that's Ot oh script Russell Brunson in other words. It's a one time offer in the video. He doesn't breakdown ECOMMERCE company but it works on Commerce Justice Wealth C. Paid ads are becoming so expensive. You want ways that allow you to keep competing with the competition. So by having these two up cells right upon checkout and he has a great way to explain how to do. Because if you put on your up sell page thank you complete your purchase. Most people are gonNA closing. You're not gonNA get the upsells breaks on exactly how to do it to keep people on the page and click the offers. It's a great way to maximize your revenue per conversion rate. Increase your average revenue per customer. And once you do that allow you to spend more money on paid advertising compared to your competition which will allow you to dominate your industry than remarkable people through email and then get more repeat purchases but to really spend an arm and a leg on paid advertising. You GotTa have a tight funnel and that includes having multiple
Vic Syracuse Homebuilt Aircraft Council Chairman on His Building History
"So how'd you How did you first get involved with With ea where you involve with a chapter when you were younger where that come from. No I if I think back to my first touch on was I. I started building an RV for that was something I always wanted to do. Since I was a kid and I saw. I probably a teeny two or something. On the cover of a mechanics illustrated you can build bigger airplanes. And so I think it was twenty five. I started building rb. Four and Went and visited the local chapter. It was quite a bit different back then. Quite honestly it wasn't quite as welcoming to youth. It was more of an older gentleman's club and they seem to want to sit around and talk more than they did want to build and I wanted to build so one or two visits. I just stayed at home and spent that time building as opposed to a bill chapters. And I I'm at Air Venture was One Thousand Nine hundred ninety one when I came here after I'd already started building. The RB foreign got my first ride with Dick Van. Brunson in the four wow. That's that's a great interaction. What was it led you to the RV to begin with the first of many RV's actually you'll get a kick out of this so like every person trying to build their first airplane. You're on a budget and trying to figure things out and so I'm trying to look at some of the cheaper. Airplanes were to build and The one that was out there at the time I think was a monet model and I realized I didn't have welding skills so next thing I know we're sitting at the dinner table. One night and private pilot magazine came and there was an RV. Four on the cover doing a loop. And I made a comment at dinner to my wife that I really liked to build an airplane someday and her words were well. It'd be nice if you quit talking about it. So that's all I needed to hear. Order was in the mail the next day I love that woman to. That's that is terrific just out of curiosity the RV for you. GotTa ride in from from Dick. Was that the prototype. Yes it's the one in the museum right now. Yes that was the first survey you've ever had a ride and was the one that sets the display so you do have to point out how old I am music. There's a lot of airplanes are now in in thanks. I'm well Oh my goodness so How long did it take you to build that first? Rv for? And what was that experience? Like so I kind of didn't know what I was doing. I'd been building. He's gets for a good part of my life. You start on page one page ten. You've got something and Building like radios teams up to color. Tv's okay did you ever built the weather station the beneath get weather station. I didn't do that. Dad and I did that together. Only father something projects like that hands on that we did. That was a lot of fun. Yeah I missiles heath kit days me to have my silla scope and once in a while but that's just when you look like a bond villain or something so Well BACK TO VIG. You asked me about trying to remember the question. Sorry the question is what was the how long it took out the RV here. I am this twenty five year old kid and again it was an old guys club and I I've always been one. Once you start you keep going and you get it done and So I kept calling pestering fan. Hey Winston xe kit coming so I started out as serial number. Two thirty nine ended up being the twelfth. One finished vowed I think it was about twenty two months later. Twenty four months later maybe was the first RV for Sun and fun and the first one east of the Mississippi rivers a lot of fun. What do you remember about that? First Flight? The first airplane you built. It was reminds me of here a little bit in that. It was on a New Year's Eve in Cleveland. Ohio and it was minus ten degrees. So we all know what kind of performance you are visa but when you're in an RV four with only. I think I had ten gallons of fuel in it and it was minus ten. You can imagine how that thing Klein about ten thousand minutes. You're not supposed to need oxygen during phase one remember very hilarious so we have a VHS tape. Tom You probably look that up in the library but as a kid okay. So it's funny here. It is it's minus ten degrees outside and I land in the family's all around and I'm I'm I'm on cloud nine. I'm so excited and everything and in video you can see everybody else. Kind of standing around freezing for my wife finding says getting we go inside Your Square John. Ten feet tall Having just mastered this role as test pilot. What did you fly to get ready to to get comfortable in the RV farm you had the right and the other RV but did you. Was there. Another airplane you flew to get deal skills Sharp and all that sort of thing was a lot of ratings at that time including I was doing a tail wheel instruction outer let As a good practice there was a friend on the field and he had a decathlon so that very morning I went up I with him and did three takeoff and landings just to make cert- draining back then right which is something. We're trying to change quite a bit today and no transition team and NO SECOND PILOT ADDITIONAL PILOT PROGRAM. No Load No. Ea Flight Test Manual. But but they had electricity and things. Tom I mean it wasn't it wasn't that long ago is our guest. Okay civic after the after the four. What did you go onto to build? So when I had the four for probably I think three years or so and Basically had a four place family so it got to be not a whole lot of fun having this to place airplane and about that time. Prescott pusher came into being and they came to us with a lot of splash and unfortunately I got caught up in that real splash and again I was the first one to actually finish the Prescott pusher and did manage to fly. Here Dash Gosh The first year we finished it but You know a number. A number of other people behind me Came to demise in that aircraft it was not represented very well and so we realized at that time the best thing to do for four place airplane was probably a rant or have partners and So built another place airplane Kit Fox and Most of the time you're flying by yourself anyway or with one other family member and then we We had partners in one. Eighty two. And then bonanza so that filled the four-place niece for awhile until I was could convince Dick van grunts into doing RV ten which took about ten to twelve years and so you're saying that That the RV ten exists is to shut you up. We'll tell you this alone. I came to air venture. I think it was nineteen ninety-six. After pestering van every year for however many years my wife and I were probably twenty feet from his booth and he sees us coming up and he points right at us and says all right. I'm going to do one. Excellent and you also I mean obviously in addition to the aircraft. A you've built you've you've test flown. Many aircraft done pre buys them in the aircraft also. Da are as well does this represent a free FAA signing off aircraft But one in particular that of that we all have some connection with is the one week wonder the RV twelve iso we built an adventure In in two thousand eighteen. You did the first flight on that I did. That was fun so I'm always have an emotional connection to that aircraft. Matter of fact at lunch I was just explaining that to a couple of your new hires. Here go take me take advantage of flying club you have here and then rb twelve with special. I was just flying in on Sunday. Good for you good for you. John Egan and I you're part of the the West Coast tour of the aircraft couple months ago so we got the flight from From Phoenix All the way back to Oshkosh need. That's right you picked up. After David and Serena dropped it off so that was that was terrific thing getting that airplane out there and show you off two chapters and that was literally the Monday after adventure right. It was correct. It was done on Sunday. Flown on Monday. Yes yes and now we flew Monday. Evening is a postcard
Listener Questions: Marketing That's Working Today
"Dive in to listener. Questions Ruben. Thanks so much for coming back on the show man. Thanks for the invite. Yeah it's GonNa be fun. I think you have some good insight on a lot of these questions today. Our first question is from will and it's actually a question that I don't think you and I have a lot of insight into so I've called in a remote correspondent to help us out with that. The question is are there any good places that you know of to pick up more stuff on affiliate marketing? One thing that came out of this past year is that I can write a lot faster and more effectively than I thought. I'm not convinced that writing code is even my strong suit even though lots of people tell me as I'd like to explore options in this area a bit more but I'd like to borrow your behest filter for a minute trouble with people. Teaching affiliate marketing is that they're also affiliate marketers and a signal to noise ratio is brutal thanks. Well that's been my experiences. Well I ruin before we recorded. You mentioned that you haven't been in the affiliate marketing area for a while. You'd never like that comment that most of the people selling courses our affiliate marketers as well. So it's really hard to know what's legit exactly you're dead on will and so what I did is I tapped a friend and mentor. Microsoft Speaker Taylor Hendrickson who does exist in that space a lot of the stuff and affiliate space. And let's throw that over to Taylor. Hey thanks for the question will give him my name's Taylor and I've been doing affiliate marketing in one form or another since before the panda update in Google which view non nerds out there almost ten years. Now you're completely right that most people out there who are quote teaching affiliate marketing actually aren't good at themselves or just regurgitating the same information. They senior of posted a billions of times. That doesn't actually help anything or anybody. So for that reason. I actually really don't have any good courses or resources to point to affiliate marketing. Who aren't just hawking the same stuff everybody else's but one of us did provide a little bit more perspective or way of thinking about affiliate marketing. I think will help guide you in the right direction and looking for the main core of affiliate marketing the same main core is normal business. You get into it solving the defined set of problems for defined audience. So when you look at WHO's doing that well filial marketing look at places like wire cutter. All they're doing is recommending the best version of whatever. The problem people were coming to the website for in exchange for the commission. They know that the only reason they have an audience were bought for untold. Millions OF DOLLARS BY THE NEW YORK. Times is because they provide amazing value to the people coming. They're looking for solutions to their specific problems. So I'd recommend the same thing for anybody looking to get into marketing. How can you provide value to very specific audience with very specific problems by recommending things that you would actually recommend to a friend or a loved one not just as a highest philly commission or just random things? You're trying to make a quick buck. People see through that really quick and if anybody is promising those one click riches or anything. That seems a little bit too good to be true or actually doesn't stand the test of this last another years completely run the other direction because they are probably a charlatan. So I know this doesn't quite answer the question you were asking but hopefully give some perspective as to how to think about this industry better now back to you rob. Thank you so much Taylor. Being are onsite correspondent for the affiliate marketing question. Our next question is a voicemail around new modes and methods of marketing. Hey Rob wave to Mike. Muslims donal longtime listener You both kept me going through tough times so really appreciate that. I'm a recent return to my home country of Ireland but a tech networks and security for a long time Bacchus I built my first self-funded. Saas up twenty eighteen. It did live technical screening of engineering skills and engineering skills but to get traction for a ton of reasons. somewhat intentionally did things backwards like built at first as I was new Tyrrell's and web APPs so I was learning as I went a failed at marketing failed to get paying customers Alba. I did demo for some large and small works on experimented with a whole host of cold and warm methods to get leads so after nearly given up I ended up pivoting PUN SIFT DOT com a few months ago to Saskatoon back in the deception text base. So it now automatically. Honey Tokens Your deploy branches effectively. It's kind of like a breach detection. Up for Saas and infrastructure. Codes did enables attacker detection in Minnesota the months but there's some customer education required for both security teams or engineering teams. And I'm trying to figure out positioning and pricing but my traffic is currently almost nonexistent so as I restart marketing efforts. I'm struck by the recent five. I'm hearing on the podcast and elsewhere that an email list an existing audience doesn't really cut it for Saas any longer so apart from one to one hundred. Combat Customer by customer are there any other new or nontraditional avenues? I should or could be exploring for marketing. Rather than content marketing. Seo PPC and giving talks doing. Podcasts ARE GONNA conferences any help or guidance. Much appreciated love what. You're both doing thank you so thanks so much for the question. I think I want to chime in real quick before I throw it over to you. I've heard a couple people quote back to me. That like on the podcast. I've said that having an existing audience doesn't help and I really want to clarify that. Because if you have an existing audience that is BTC. I'm sorry is a beat. A be focused audience and they could potentially be customer of yourself. I think there's huge value in that. Especially if you have ten thousand or thirty thousand on an email list when I talk about this audience thing not being the end all be all of SAS is that I've seen the kind of beat AC- marketers have a large audience of kind of WanNa preneurs or folks who were looking for that that opportunity to make a million to make money online crowd and then they try to launch US asset for them and they realized that none of them want to pay and the truth is through the roof. And there's a bunch of mess with it and and that is really hard. It's a lot harder than selling info products. That's more of what I'm saying. You are trying to say like if you have info product audience and you're making hundreds of thousands a year and you think that you can switch to SAS and make hundreds of thousands of year. I've never seen anyone do that. Well right so do you. Does that make sense? And do you agree or disagree with that? Yeah I completely agree that sort of the Internet marketing space where basically most. It's usually INFO`products where happens lot selling in that way Selling to people who are trying to buy Education courses and other products is different than selling a sas so yet. I've never seen it. I've known several people have tried to do it. That had big audiences that were successful with info products. Really usually struggle when it comes to selling this just because it's different. Yeah I agree. I think the one example that I can think of that worked with Klay Collins with Lepage's but it was man. It was all annual plans. It was pretty high pressure sales. If you went to their webinars it was really marketed. In a very specific way and frankly they struggle with that longer term they got big quickly but then that had its own drag on the business there couple there couple that have done it the It's not everyone but most people are not going to be able to do it. I'm the other one that I can think of is click funnels. What's his name Brunson something Russell Brunson. Yes so to donate question. What do you think about? And he mentioned a bunch of stuff Hussein content marketing. Seo Pay per click. One on one. I think he was meaning cold emails. Speaking at conferences. Going on podcast right and in my like all that stuff still works right right right it does. Some of it is harder than it used to be like paid. Ads are generally more expensive across the board content marketing back in the day. You do a volley Volume thing just published two three four five posts a week and the more republished more Traffic you got so in some ways it used to be easier but things have changed in its I'm not sure that I'd say that it's a lot harder. It's a little bit harder but it's it's also different so it's about like just getting educated on what's working nowadays I think it's part of it but I think one of the things that you mentioned was that he was trying to figure out positioning pricing. And things like that and I don't know about you but when I hear something like that I'd be kind of hesitant to start looking at channels. That are that are a lot of people aren't using there aren't proven because in my mind I would need to figure out that I can sell this product who the customer is had as a customer by that. This is going to work. That is fun that I have a funnel that kind of works before I kinda start exploring other channels and channels that that are little unusual or something like that right. Where do you think about that? Yeah I think you're right. It sounds like he's in customer Developmental Mostel. Maybe his product is is to the point. People can use it but if you don't positioning pricing down than yeah I wouldn't. I would really wouldn't start marketing yet. I would be doing a lot of sales. Yes so a lot of people equate the two is the but the different like I see. Sales is really a one on one. Act even if you draw in all the leads through marketing techniques than the sales becomes conversations. And that's where yeah in his case I'd be looking to have a lot of conversations and try to pick out their language to to figure out positioning you learn so much from those conversations that later help you do marketing In a better way otherwise. You're just sort of guessing you know. I'm I don't know this category. So maybe if this category has a lot of competitors and they're doing really well and it's pretty established the you know that this type of product works. That's a I think that's a different situation where you can have more A little bit more confidence but it still pays to sort of do that upfront work. I think
How to Get Unshakeable Love and Unleashed Passion For More Than Just One Night with Stacey Martino
"Stacy. Paul say what's it's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. Hey Okay so something interesting about something interesting so I think one of the things that people don't realize about us as we grow up on the East Coast but we recently decided to move to Boise Idaho and a Typically when we've told people as we were doing that the first thing they say is why why would you do that. Yeah and really. It's about living a life by design. We had been coming out here for a couple of years. For Russel Brunson's inner circle that were part of and started falling more and more allowed with the location and as we were looking for a house decided to move out here and I think the peace at most people don't know is that house were living in. which we I totally love is a house that none? None of us had ever seen before except Paul. He came out here on his own cows and we moved across the entire country sight unseen to move of our family to this side of the world. And we're so happy to be here but we moved here without even knowing what neighborhood it was in where we were going at. It's been quite an adventure. Really it really is the most amazing place. The greatest people is just beautiful. It's such an amazing place to be. It's a it's an under known amazing place to live and we're really the quality of life while I've always heard great things and have been out there a couple of times myself specifically just for some really kind of smaller Russell Brunson master my season throwing so I haven't got to spend a ton of time. Boise itself but it's always been like. Oh this is a cool place. Cool vibe cool energy and I totally get like you guys doing that kind of move move because you know this is the world we live in now. Fire nation is when you are financially independent when you are location independent you can make decisions and choices like this. And I can't tell you how how many people have come to visit me down here in Puerto. Rico Oh my God it's so beautiful. Down here is to Caribbean. The weather's unbelievable year round announced. You know obviously what you're going to deal with things like earthquakes and hurricanes but you know no place is perfect and then they're like wait a second you only pay a flat four four percent tax rate. Meaning you get to keep all of the money that you make. That's kind of the homerun because I'll tell you what when you start keeping the money you make things change so it's Kinda cool I actually. There's been a bunch of people. Russell Brunson inner circle. That have moved down here like my neighbors Jamie Amos. And he's an amazing dude and just a lot of great people bull doing great things so I love hearing you guys. Moving to Boise other people move to Puerto Rico. You know when I moved out to San Diego back in two thousand thirteen. There's a lot of people doing that because there's just such a beautiful location etc but then factor in the taxes and all that stuff. Give me the heck out of here. But that's for another episode. We are talking about how unshakeable love and unleashed passion for more than just one single night. Fire nation. I've already told you in T G with all the greatest we're talking about. I'm talking to stacy and Paul. They are absolutely creme de la Creme. Would it comes to stuff like this. So let's just break this down my friends give us your story break that down for us so so honestly we never started out wanting to do this or planning to be released interbank spurts of any kind are calling kind of found us as so many people in our life journey attempts to happen that way. It's hard to believe but it was twenty years ago twenty years. I know twenty years ago I remember like it was yesterday. Paul drove up the driveway. One night coming home and as soon as he got out of the car I could tell something was wrong. You ever have that moment. Jd where you look at someone's face you're like oh man what happened totally and in some instant. Somehow I knew like oh no. It's me there's something he's there's something about me and he said four words to me that I actually think are some of the most painful words in the human language he said. Hey we need to talk and so we sat down and he proceeded to tell me how no matter what he had done no matter what he tried. It wasn't working and as much as he cared about me. He didn't see any way for our relationship to work out and that he was leaving and as I was sitting there on the couch listening to him. Talk Tell me all the things that were wrong in our relationship. I couldn't disagree with any of them. It's not like I hadn't heard those things before so that didn't surprise me but what really shook me to my core. What surprised me was my reaction action because unlike the woman that I am today back then my nickname was actually the ice princess and it was super well-deserved so when the tears started rolling down my cheeks I was very unnerved and shocked to have that response and in a moment of what felt felt like a break down? I actually broke open and started to feel this flood of tears which allowed me to feel for the very the first time that I loved my husband and I know it's terrible to say but until that moment I knew I love being with him. I knew I you know I loved him. I didn't really know what that meaning of that. Man until that moment where I got to feel the depths of my love for Paul and as I was Tears turned into sobs and and I looked up at him. I realized wow. I didn't even know that humans really could feel love like this. I never had and I now realize I'm in love with Paul and he's walking out. I'm never going to get a chance to live in that love because I've ruined did because I don't know anything about relationship and I've ruin this just like every other relationship in my life and in that moment of desperation I figured I don't have any relationship skills was like that's how I got into that situation. I didn't know what else to do. And so I- begged my husband for a second chance and I said to him like Babe everything you're saying thing is one hundred percent. Sure I can't disagree with any of that crap. I don't know how to do this and I just have this feeling that this is not the best of me. This is not the best. Sti- CAN DO. I don't know what I'm doing. Just give me a chance to jump in with both feet and figure this out and then if you don't love the real me I'll will release you with love but just give me one more chance. Don't don't leave now out because I felt like I had just had an awakening and I just wanted a second chance and I know Paul had his own experience in that moment in Paul actually before you jump in here because I really WanNa make the most of the time that we have together and we have so much awesome Mr cover that we can only spend and so much time on your story and of course fire nation. I'm going to direct you to where you can learn more about both stacy and Paul and their entire story but Paul. Why don't you really in a concise way? Give give us your perspective on this and the move forward into this relationship you program because I mean just the results have been staggering. I mean the average. Divorce rate's fifty to seventy percent and you guys have had a one percent divorce rate in the ninety nine percent success rate over the past six years. So we're GONNA get to that and then some other really important things about relationships fire nation as as soon as Paul wraps up this part of the story yes so what happened was over that next year we short cutting the story of course of enough for me to stay but over that next year. I'm like Kowcase Ugo fix yourself like you. You work on this obvious in my mind thinking. There's nothing wrong with me as wrong as I was. But that's what we were back then and over a period of year. What seemed like a good week turned into a into a couple of months and I suddenly woke up one day and I found myself saying like I'm the grace relationship? I don't know what happened. She had transformed armed into like the most authentic version of herself. And I could feel it. I became a better person. I didn't I wasn't doing anything and we realized through that year. What happened was her? Transformation had had an not only transformed our relationship but transformed me as well to into a better version of me and that began the journey. Where we're like? What like this is amazing? I'm inspired and I said I feel like in the Anderson next. You like whatever you're doing I'm all in like I WANNA learn. I don't want to just be standing on the sidelines. I see you are amazing. You're happy I don't know what you did here but I want to be part of it. So that began our journey. You're too big transplant. List really about the discovery that accidentally that I discovered it only takes one person to transform a relationship. I was forced into discovering that now we've created our entire relationship development methodology in our eight step system dumb and all the tools in our toolbox and we have literally proven over and over and over again. The reason why we have such a huge success rate is because it only takes one Alan person to transform any relationship. We only work with one person when we do this work. And they're getting tremendous results because they're not limited by needing their partner to get on board or needing their partner to agree to do this work that combined with our methodology which is the complete opposite of what everything else is out out. There has really transformed this landscape and is enabled us to get this one percent divorce rate in our relationship. You program over the last six years which is really crazy just
Tony Robbins, Russell Brunson and Dean Graziosi: 4 things I learned over 4 days in Fiji
"And this actually comes from Russell Brunson in is all about. Are you resisting making serious bank. Are you resisting and making dollar dollar bills. Are you pushing money away because it just doesn't quote unquote feel rights. I love when Russell stood up. And he shared the story of some of his failed launches and when he looked back those failed launches and companies and products. One thing was a consistent theme. He didn't have nearly enough focus about making money about generating revenue. He didn't look at it as an obligation allegation and guess what his company's ran out of money. His company's ran out of time. His company's ran out of ways to pay wages to pay salaries to pay all of those things ads for amplify etc all because he didn't make it a focal point of focus and just embraced the fact that yes you need to make serious bank to run a successful business and and then if you want to do all those amazing things you WanNa do be philanthropic. Give to your favorite charity. Go travel the world. How about your family members wherever that might be that all becomes possible symbol when you start making serious bank able to run a successful business and so when Russell Move Ford and shared about when you launch click finals completely different mindsets and that mindset was? I need to make serious bank. I need to make product in the service. The starts making money and his cash flow. Positive is creating a net profit for me and my business from day one so that I can put more money into ads into able vacation. I can pay Greek emissions for affiliates. I can sponsor podcast and sponsor conferences. Maybe throw my own conference which he's done many many times now and finally I can live is a hugely successful conferences. Actually had twenty one hundred. Come and Speak Multiple Times that has three thousand. Five hundred attendees. Didn't start that way. He started with three or four one hundred dollars at his first conference but still he was able to invest in that conference and make it happen to get that momentum going and that's really the message that he wanted to share. was you have to be focused on making revenue in your business from day. One it has to be a priority. It can't be something that you shy away from because it just doesn't quote unquote feel rights. If you you want to amplify your business your message make a bigger impact. It's all going to happen much much faster. And in a much more impactful way when your company is generating healthy profits with entrepreneurs on fire. I got to a point where I'd sponsors approach me and some people say John Don't you sponsor is because then everybody's going to get tired of hearing the sponsors. They're gonNA stop listening to your show. And and then that's it up to that and I'm like putting so much effort into this. PODCAST is a daily podcast on pouring my heart. My Soul my blood. My sweat my tears into this podcast literally. Seven days as a week. I've got to make some kind of return on my investment so I can pay my bill so I can continue to grow my business so I can take out facebook ads to grow my business so that I can invest in my infrastructure restructure. I can hire more people I can do all the things with equipment etc.. All those things happens one. I brought sponsors onto entrepreneurs on fire and I was able to amplify the message and and guess what of course. There's a couple people that complained. There's always a couple that complained when you try something new or when you add something to your product your service your podcast. Your Youtube channel rather might be but guess the vast majority they either understood or they didn't say anything because they realized that is going to make a buck that I need to have a business. That is Jerry healthy profits so I can keep producing this great content that this content is not going to produce itself. There's some get up and put in the hard work and that person needs to be generating some kind of return on investments so fire nation. I really hope that this quick tip from Russell. And then my example with entrepreneurs on fire and bringing sponsors onto my show has just really opened your heart your mind your soul all to say you know what whatever it is. And I'm doing my business right now. I need to make sure that I'm putting a strong emphasis on. Generating healthy profits are making series bank. And and that's why our upcoming five day challenge called. Think like an expert has that as one of its three core components the first component is building your confidence. You need to build your confidence you need to be you. Leaders need to step up and say this is my time. Then you need to be able to attract the right customers with that conference that you now have. And then the third thing that we're focusing on today is making serious areas bank because once you have the confidence and the ray customers now. It's time to make serious bank. We're GONNA teach you how to do those three things in that order myself. Kate
Luka Doncic, Mavs Hit 22 3-Pointers to Beat Blazers Despite Damian Lillard's 47
"Out west Mavericks and Blazers in a good one it featured Luka dont judge and Damian Lillard but the real star of the three point line specifically for Dallas the soldier the end of the movie with trade we would lower launching the three off balance off the back rebel good ballad we've got a right to want to approach it fights brought to open left wait for three there's the twenty three of the night for the Mavericks a jailer Brunson with his fourth three pointer little lightness man's radio on the call Chuck pristine one of twenty two three pointers that the Mavericks made the Blazers may twenty one Mavericks beat the Blazers one thirty three one twenty five with the Dodgers should twenty seven Damian Lillard had
"brunson" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"That guy. She hasn't told me I'd be working our there for weeks at the table. Hit shake you. Oh don't don't live with your back. Well I'm going to take a shower. You just got here. I know at the story reminds me somebody who would use like whore foul language and religious things going to church called reading him up the church. Yes to hear a sermon again. police also alleged pickard. You're about to speak in tongue because no he's GonNa understand you what I'm doing with Moose tossing GOP. Actually that was the one we were waiting to look in the mirror. And then Tyler Perry beats up Tyler Perry for making another deal. Yeah Okay if you if you tell the payers like you're starting in the next movie what do you you say. I'm sorry islander wouldn't she said to me I'd be like yes. I would respectfully decline however I I do not like shit talk his movies. Oh my family's they have all of these plays but I'm not sure that my sense of humor would fit in secreting. Yes police also let that Pickard had more than two grams of crack cocaine when he was you gotta go man. Ah I gotta go man. I have so much places to be right now. This is the time man he spontaneously. That's in quotes confessed. I just purchased the rocks for fifty dollars then. Finally this is my favorite heart. Then he finally buttoned up after arresting officers told him he had the right to remain silent so he just started. I'm cheating on my wife so you don't have to talk to US okay. I'll right got it stolen fifth grade in Florida. This is like chuck and goonies the whole time. I'm sorry I love you Jeff Cohen. He's my lawyer and a great fan. Yes yeah he's the best lawyer he's the best You know we. We haven't chunk joke in our act really so the debate is about. How when you you show your kids today? Movies from the nineteen eighties there was no. PG thirteen so there's like PG covered a lot of ground so there's always a minute when you're showing a moment or a scene when you're showing your kid today and move from ninety as where you're like. Oh Shit I forgot about this tape in sixteen candles and then I'm like Oh shit I think I see the side of the kids. Let's dig the goonies. That's why they call them. I'm like I don't need to hear that you know somebody's Dick at the end of Teen Wolf. Oh you totally do got in the background with the audience. All celebrating. The crowd is also offering a guy took his dick out and just started shaking. So maybe the so. That's what we should change. I saw kids Dick and Teen Wolf. Yeah that's why I call them styles like God genetic you got it from his dad eh. If it's a wolf take then it's just an you're allowed to see that. There is no indication intoxication he posted on and we'll be in court next month. He's going to be in court but now everyone knows like I want. I WANNA follow up on that story from wife who read the news articles. Thank God him cheating. He was cheating. Did Not Pertain at all know dicey committed. They didn't need to put that in the article that report all of their Glenn. And let's say I know but then they were like clue. Don't like you could have said I have to get home right. He didn't need the middle part of I. I have to get home. I'm cheating on my wife. The police that is impertinent to the family. Thing right right right and just like it has nothing to do with that at all I. I don't love it there you go. There's a show That's how we do it again. I I'm so excited to listen to your podcast and I want everybody who's in a Christmas pleases. Joe J.. You have to do it and you have to say it fast All Right Cisco and Tree Bird presents just go cheever presents. The Christmas podcast on ice and likely to sketch show is so funny. Check it out and had Oh Shit we'd expect dum dum dum dum dum dum stick around town. podcast network..
"brunson" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"So fragile that you can't handle normal shit. That's basically what I think is bad in this case. Though you not hear me you know I. It was the ST episode. Can you not hear are able to hear here. You fucking exact me no. I think it's some if if he would've say this is what he can. I don't think this thinner Tom's work is a problem with. Should I drive around and give my order. I don't think you can hear me. Also if you believe that. What are you saying? Because he can't hear you know you say point I think there's I think the intercom smashed up around. The customer told go ahead uh the employees okay should not be on the customer. This should be on the employee. The employee should have said twice. I cannot hear you you have to come around to the other window now. That's appropriate to ask. I will ask him something worse. Like Ra word. You're not supposed to say yeah I would be like what. How are you going to keep saying the same? That's right Willie Murphy in your car so let me out. I won't deal. I beat the shit out of him and my we know we give me a Chiluba three bags of hot sauce. Just baby oil in your car series. Ask you baby and kid and soap in the kid baby one more time. He tried to place an order. Order was Samuel Helmet in the drive through lane but had to ask. Can you not hear. You're right it's the not can you hear me. Can you hear me. Can you hear me is like way better you can you. Can you not hear asked him several times. What do you want so that's at least four? I'm saying okay. The customer said Samuel became to curse it him and and told him. Why don't you pull up and I will show you what I have for you? So why did the guy keep asking also say at this point if someone invites you into the jungle go. Oh yes you are in the Great Ray. Best case scenario. They're spitting in your food. Drive away I was GonNa say the same different twenty five forty or there's a Taco bell probably a mile away Taco bell pizza hut hybrid next door to a combination pizza hut and Taco literally. Go anywhere if this were to thirty more like we I want to eat. This is what we got. Whose whose song is that? I'm at the KFC bell combination. Casey talk although the Pizza Pizza Pizza Pizza Hut Taco Nocco Bell Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell. Nothing more than when three white men no more rap songs than I do. I don't think it's a white guy. Rap Rasa no idea who it is somebody tell you it is. It's earl sweatshirt nope we'll dickey nope not saying no especially it is black researchers black. Yeah and WHO's well dickey is white. Little Dicky is white. Yeah thank you for name. She told you okay. Okay I never thought about it like that. All right just had something peeled open and it was genuine. Okay so the guy says why don't you that Samuel Hemmitt. Why don't you pull up and I will show you what I have for you drive away drive away drive away away? Best case scenario it's Dick Worst case scenario. It's a gun right. Yeah because we're told police. He drove up to the cashier window. Why dummy and saw Samuel holding a black machete and cursing at his? I know here's the awards point. Don't bring your back if you bring a machete to work. You're GONNA use it. I back nobody. It never stays there. What are you cutting? What else is going off the other employees just being like machete to work they? You have to live with this always fatal attraction as he's like making food he keeps like dragging it against his leg and cutting it to cut the Mexican pieces in Savannah. Cleaner guys where's it been. Oh it's in the back of my guy still have dreams sir. Can you just put the racist is the name of the doesn't sound. Oh I remember them like a dip low. They were like amazing group. That's just in my brain my favorite thing. Someday I'm going to own one. I remember going to show and they would have a long blade with handles on each and they would cut the pizza like yeah like said I want one of those that yeah lack was shit. What's a block of the universe? Just the caller I guess right unless it's a brand I I don't think so a black Michetti also what is like. What is that distinction? If you don't drive away now you kinda deserve whatever happens. I don't want you to die I but if you get into an altercation twice you should you should have left unsaid persons pull up. Show me what I have for you right and then you should have left when you pulled up in. That person had a black machete. You're in a car. Let's running dry. This confirms that I feel less safe at a Taco bell during the day than I do at night high forty confirms it I would never WanNa go to Taco Bell before eleven o'clock. This is why because you know the people that are going to be there right there just want food they wanna they wanna Azmat bronner. Great comedian famously said title of his album. They just want to soak up the night. So that's it. You had a lot to drink you. Now have to end the plane. Is You need a ten piece. Talk With anybody. This middle of rush hour two. Oh Gosh so like so. He was like you're in a car it's not like he's holding a gun you can drive away. Pirate locked in. Lets you locked in under seventy in front of you. Yeah where was that. Security video footage or security footage from the drive through window showed owed Samuel Hem swing at the customer's truck and strike the driver's side Mirror Mirror Weiss. The affidavit said the video also showed Samuel Samuel Helmet stow the machete in a nearby dumpster after the customer drove away. So you didn't even love that much. This is where it lives right. He didn't he didn't hit the he didn't actually hit the car. Hit the person know the guy drives away and then he's like. Oh I got to get rid of this machete. All you had to get rid of this evidence on camera guy was a camera. There hemmer admitted to police that he wielded the machete and swung it at the customer. According adding to the affidavit police later retrieved the eighteen inch machete from the dumpster we'll get outta inches half I will. Do you think Samuel is. He's working that prime drive time. Shift I mean at the Taco Bell. He got a machete stop. He's not eighty two and he kept asking the person what they wanted when the person was. Can you not hear me so but this is a man who's had enough here so he might be older. Thank you the person said. Can you not hear me. He said come here. Let me show you what I show you what I can hear but he missed. Show what I have for. You is different than let me show you what I can then what I'm here. Let's see if you can hear this like that. was something more parallel construction. Die Hard listening Eric Samuel Helmet. Yeah I know that sounds like a very American name but all of this Samuel in Austin Texas feels very American could be native American. All right you can go first to Out Say that he is a man I don't he can be any age. Could be any fucking teenager. I don't know he's got that good shift at Taco Bell. I WANNA guess I you as you go twenty four twenty four from you okay. I'M GONNA go. He's he's one year undergrads again. I think he's I think he's in his twenties now. Actually I think he's thirty seven thirty seven there. He's not happy that he's there. He's had had enough right. He might be the manager for although at any age. Thirty seven managers rights shanty forty one. Forty one okay. Sam Muhammad Hunt the man with the black machete. Who cut a car asking you? What you wanted then gets very mad if you wonder if you can you can hear him or not is twenty one years old and angry no parental thing? His.
"brunson" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Stephen F. Austin and Samuel Habits it did he come out with just loading it up or Himmat Samuel Hammett with aggravated and you know. He's like his full name. That's a fall all named guys. Some people are full name. People coming over Samuel has an Hammett's Sam Hemmitt Yeah Sam. Hamm is H. E. Okay Ah with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was in the Travis County Correctional Complex Monday with bail set at fifteen grand jail records. Show Jesus police responded Sunday did the TACO Bell near the corner of William Cannon drive and south firstly around five forty pm which is one of the weirdest things about every bad TACO. belting happens after a day I am trying to get some Taco Bell on the way home from work right. The customer Toby's he had placed. He had he tried to place an order with Hemmitt. Sammy home it. If you're nasty in the drive through lane but had to ask. Can you not hear when Hemmitt asked him several. Okay all right now as a way in which this works I agree with you asked me if I want anything. Do you think the high welcome. Hi Hi hi welcome to talk about what would no matter what I say. Keep asking ready. Yeah welcome and talk about what can can we get you. I'll get a XL double stuff steak burrito baby want anything I'll take 'em just Mexican but no no me just smacks pizza. No meat just welcome to. What can I get for you? Yes sorry. Can I get a double. Xl stuff steak Burrito a Mexican pizza. No meat just beans Charlie. It just be welcome to talk about. What can I get freezer? Can you not hear me now. See now was that route no little down a little bit there. There's 'cause I'm the I know what you're trying to say you're wrong okay. Sorry these guys sorry let me say it. There's a way to say it putting it on the other so there's away your boyfriend if your if your boyfriend boyfriend he did something wrong train. Okay tell her please tell her what the thing that sets me off the most from my wife. What is the one line Randy and his wife if my deal at school I think in his wife's if his wife says do you get emails? That's right you get. That's what I'm saying. There's a way to do like block. There's a way to be like. Can you not hear way different than like but hear me Dan. Can you hear me okay. Let's say let's say we're dating. It's an I not here. Get into a fight. We're dating right. You're upset about something and instead of me saying. I'm sorry that I did did that or I'm sorry that I hurt your okay. I know where this if my thing not you is to say. I'm sorry that that made you upset food. That's that's not me apologizing I mean okay. That's that's me being like sorry you couldn't handle shit you're being sorry handle. I have sympathy pithy for the fact that you're upset but I'm not sorry for your so fragile that you can't handle normal shit. That's basically what I think is bad in this case. Though you not hear me you.
"brunson" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Would you six feet under the underground. I love this great. Yes look that good at at eighty two of the lesser man. So you'll I guess now. Her quote will sound different in your own head. He wants to get the heck out of here and I'm trying to help him get out out of the house but he says I can't move then the cops come in. She said he's laying down already. Because I did a number on that man. I'm serious. She said all that. And someone's like are you serious Serious you see anyone else listen. I'm serious shoot. Marcela Sonnen from pulp. Fiction medieval medieval quote. The man was put in an ambulance. Mercy thinks Murphy Willie Murphy thinks that he was probably relieved to be out of the house quote. I think he was happy when he went in that Amazon because I sent him in the ambulance yes I did. So here's the best thing about this. This is a story that one sad person who only works out at five am when this woman wakes up. The why is going to have to hear for the next several years Willie you told me that story. Yeah I will spot you if you don't tell me the story we're done with this. That someone she makes a t shirt about it or don't to my the House I will send you into an ambulance. Shit serious shot. Well here's the thing I serious about her. Having having March favorite is families that have merch and we have them to the bankers merchants. Always your family reunion t shirt. That is family murder or if somebody's coming home from the hospital I've seen family merch for that. I've seen a lot of yes. Yes yes my oldest daughter amy. Any sorority girls trip like. Oh Yeah. That's that's family. Just put that out way but I agree with Randy like there are people at the gym. Who like no her and talk to her? All the time and there are Willie. They're now getting together going. Like how do we get talking about her grandkids again. Like I literally like the frame so long. I think we get it heat up somebody in your house. no-one yeah no what's my house saying. He wanted an ambulance. And that guy. We know that you said that. Eight thousand we get a new table. No one's doubting out a baby shampoo why into mindset your bathroom baby shampoo or your kitchen kitchen. You're lifting new stuff. She's like Oh this is about what was about Twenty Twenty Twenty Matt How that Story Number Wall Mike. She's a hero. She's protector of dumb people. Town I love. Have you love her. She's got she's the bouncer. She has to do the bouncers. People town are all eighty two and they almost every day at the Y.. So is the man the dumb person written in this mess with I don't Break House says is GonNa get hit All right that's for story. We'll take break We're.
"brunson" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"NOAA N-O-A-A. Awfully can you off wonderful baby girl said no and I was like at sklar brother. I know you can't get too hokey the saying you can't get too. You can go as far as a lot with. The hope is welcome. Ever kick you off your here. Good William Murphy said. She was getting ready for bed Thursday night when a man began pounding on her door urging her to call an ambulance for him C. N. N. affiliate w. h. a. m.. I I love their news channels just called Wham but that's all we could do so we're down in the lake. Those are in the Middle Missouri. Grew up in Saint Louis and were there air and the place that like the timeshare place that our family had a thing I've like from years ago. My Dreams Boutique Adult Foreign No. It is like falling down another star. The the the places hardcastle was your air dot. They're the place is falling off the map map a little bit. You know. It's like not great and the people that were there. There was like this crazy white trash family out by the pool and we were just out by the with my kids and like this guy had a cast and his hand was bleeding and cure the cast yes and he came up to me and thankfully thankfully I didn't have it out or anything he was like. Can I use your phone. No Oh yeah I was like why I know right the best thing I will I will use my phone for you. That's what you do meet a call now. Doing you know my approach coach. That don't have a form of prey. Still your thing. We gotta get crazy. God on people will. It's hard going to give it all really get dial might start writing awful house in Jacksonville. Florida Stop Stop Right there and the guy behind story to tell it just said He was there with a girl they were. They weren't same citing they were in the booth with behind myself and Andrew. Young blood are no Andrew is wait. It couldn't have been Jacksonville vandross because I think Komo US excellent. Sorry sorry man and woman in ever said this to me anyway. The guy comes up goes. Is Anybody here. Have it phone charger and I did so. He was like my phone's died. I really appreciate I. Don't worry about it. He's like I just do it for as long as I'm here. You can use it if I gotta go and you're still you're going to have to take it and he's like that's fine. Thank thank you so much. So then he takes the phone treasury plugs in and then he calls someone and he needed to make this call so bad and he is sees like fuck you. You piece.
"brunson" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Albee Bonnie Around Daddy's another episode of Dumb People Tabulation Collation New Hobby. Brunton here so happy people to ask so many great things you have a Going on including podcast. TV show. We'll get to all that later. Yes there's much more. There are much more pressing issues like the fact that the world is getting dumber talking about the dumbness. Do you believe it's getting dumber like even I'm sitting in the last ten years. Do you feel like we started to go off a cliff I do. I hope the new decade will change it. Do you both domestic sick. Were you Obama. I hope I hope it it resets and then people decide to not I duNno. They'll exhaust themselves like they'd be like you know what I'm tired of being fucking dumb. Yeah it's a new decade. Maybe I should learn something. I think. That's what I'm hoping a decade resolution. I do think it is weird. And if they do a decade that resolution. It's only gonNA go for like a month old. Just I'M GONNA work out like everybody. Every joins planet fitness for a week Let out hey no judgments even if you quit planets planet fitness like. They can't even get mad at you because their slogan is no judgment. Sure they'd have to get it. Hey Man I'm not paying for this month. What you have to know? Judge said no judgement so the world's getting dumber in the only way we can fight back through comedy and are great fans send. What does the stories that many people get sent around get emailed around all the time like we have never heard them? The three of us were in your boat right here. Dan is barely early. Heard them but it was sort of broken them down for us. We're trying to understand why people do the things they do. Should we jump in and start right away still sending by Linda Hartman at L. K. H. Eight L. k. h. h. t. m. n.. Giovanni show you how okay Hitman I think her twitter handle should be Linda Linda Hartman. What is that? Mary Harvard there was. It's an old comedy show in the early entity. We don't even know that Sarah's eighties maybe it was like a really funny comedy. Satirical comedy spoof of a detective detective show and it was called Mary. Hart I'M GONNA look at it sounds cool Mary Hartman Mary Hartman. Who was the name of the show the show but Linda Hartman? Show her twitter handle should Belinda Hartman Linda Hartman and that's a great name of a show honestly in the Hartman. Linda Harvard no summation mark. It does feel like the second one for shirt harming Comma Mary Hartman exclamation point and semi colon. Mary Hart once I want you to read the Comma in murder. She wrote like they do the promos after the football games. And you know he was simple commentator and he'd be like coming up after the game murder she wrote this Mary Hartman. Mary Hartman is an American. Sid Terrible soap opera. So I was right. It was typical that aired daily Weekday Syndication from January nineteen seventy six to May nineteen seventy seven. So it didn't last that Long Air Jelly. That's why Libro as what made fun of soap operas. Okay by the way produced by Norman Lear on Oh Directed by Joan Darling and Jim Drake I. We don't need these people come. What production company what I need to know what streaming services Mrs Streaming? I don't know just look up Norman Lear. It's it's you could probably find him on you so Louise Lasser was married Mary. Louise Lasser from woody. Woody Allen's bananas amazing in that in a number of Woody Allen movie. She was married to Woody Allen for years and I think she wasn't yes I think she was. I think she was. uh-huh syndicated the network. Production Company is to Stephen. A Smith Rhodes productions actions. There you go. I love that. She was a production company road where to stream. I need to know if it's GonNa be a HBO. Max Seattle access plus plus. I got you all right anyway. So it just was a isn't that it was a satirical soap opera. Mary Hart Mayor Hartman So Linda Hartman Lynne arm and thanks for sending. And what's the story ready. Yeah that was so dumb. That was so much bill for the girl's name who sent in the woman's name incentive a man broke into a woman's home this is from CNN dot com. A man broke into a woman's home in Rochester. Chester New York and it didn't end well for him. That's right yeah so we okay so we are going to be in Rochester. You are doing comedy shows. Now there's The healing at the Carlson. That's right great. It'd be there April second to the fourth all right so a guy broke into this woman's house and it didn't go well although Hake Shit Shit up in Russia it's too cold to be dealing with stuff. Don't allow out like in San Diego of someone's house you're like I'm going to the beach. Take what you want right right. There's some like old milk in the fridge. What I mean like? There's that but by the Rochester. It's like owned the mill closed down ten years. We're all mad. He's he's my gun into a reason. I want you to stir crazy guy myself. Most people listening to this show. I don't do stories we're for like Children are neglected or hurt or animals. Or I don't like stories where it's like. A creepy guy broke into a woman's home while she was in the shower. Don't like this is GonNa take was was good news about this woman is she never showers right. That's the good news right. It really worked in her benefit. He's GonNa find out Willy Murphy said she was getting ready for bed said she. Yeah I love you probably willing Galley. That is a great name a good name for girl. Yeah that's good. I met a girl last night name. Tommy But oh right winding there was a show in the nineties called sisters and all the characters had all the girls were sisters they had male predominantly male oriented name. I like Dad. I'll wanted to Stevie Michael. We knew girly Michael. Oh yeah well. My Katie Yeah my daughter. Noah daughter is no.
Raptors record biggest comeback in franchise history to beat Dallas 110-107
"The robbers were came a franchise record thirty point deficit to defeat the Dallas Mavericks one ten one oh seven in Toronto the comeback started to the final quarter after coach Nick nurse implemented a full court press of double teams leading to a forty seven point fourth for the winners Kyle Lowry put the team with his back recorded a double double with thirty two points and ten assists Sir have color you know I just was like fix the aggressive in going to the fourth quarter you know listen give me just got there and go play be free and whatever happens happens Chris Boucher added twenty one points off the bench Jim would Brunson was the Mavericks top scorer with twenty one points represent one five in a row and it snapped the Dallas seven game road win streak to another big trouble
Mormon Church accused of stockpiling billions, avoiding taxes
"The church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints whose members are known as Mormons is facing allegations of financial fraud a former investment manager for the church has filed a complaint with the IRS he says the institution holds and misuses charitable contributions close to one hundred billion dollars we hail is reporting on the story from member station K. U. E. R. in Salt Lake City come morning Lee the morning before we get into the specific allegations this is a big deal because donations are very important to this church right yeah I mean the church's Chrysler the saints like most churches are a lot of churches I should say as for ten percent of all income of their members be paid in typing the interesting thing is that please most that money for facilities missions vingtaine work what's left over they invest and that's where David Nilsson comes in okay so who is David Nelson and what is he alleging so he's the whistleblower who filed the complaint to the IRS and he's a former employee of the church's nonprofit investment arm it's called ensign peak advisors and he says ensign peak would receive about a billion dollars of excess typing a year and over time and through some clearly successful investment strategy they ended up with a hundred billion dollars the church is not confirm that figure they don't have to by law but Nielsen argues that ensign peak this investment arm there how to complaints their tax exempt status because they receive this tithing money invested they haven't made any charitable donations from that money they have no no charitable contributions and so instead they've used it to bail out for profit companies the church also owns how are Mormons reacting to these allegations about misuse of money that they've donated yet when it comes to like typing members of the church I think most of them will likely agree with church leadership and the official response in the church has been that the vast majority of typing is used for the purpose of helping meeting the needs of the church and the church he's also said that the claim is being circulated are based on their perspective and limited information they need and defended their right to invest the money invoking the parable of the talents things the sound doctrine on financial principle taught by Jesus in the New Testament other members of the church had a different reaction they've referred to this as hoarding and they're really upset that this a hundred billion I'm for investments isn't being used in religious or humanitarian efforts what is the parable of the talents that you mentioned there basically Jesus is instructing these disciples to go and make basically magnify what they've been given you know to kind of grow what they've been given and basically that this is an example of them growing the the money they perceive investing yeah okay listen knows these claims to turn out to be true what are the consequences for the church potentially well I spoke with a law professor Sam Brunson Atleo Loyola University in Chicago who's an expert on this kind of stuff and he said that the whistle blower is correct that no money has gone to charity than this investment arm of the church risks losing its tax exempt status while but importantly he says that the church itself is not risk the church itself it is not at risk why well because they have the separate investment arm which caused the problem but it's also going to shield them from potential fallout Lee hell with member station K. we are thanks so much for your
Catholic bishops consider married priests, face opposition
"Married priests who have sex while meeting of bishops is gathering at the Vatican and that's one of the things they're discussing EWTN editor Matthew Brunson says pope Francis is looking for blunt talk on a range of topics dealing with priest shortages Christmas classic pope Francis is concerned for
Trump announces Robert O'Brien as new national security adviser
"It's four minutes past the hour president trump has made his selection to replace John Bolton as national security adviser for his fourth National Security Advisor president trump considered several state department officials he chose his chief hostage negotiator Robert o'brien the president introduced o'brien in Los Angeles saying he picked o'brien after working closely with him to free American citizens held across the world o'brien arrived to state department last year shortly after secretary of state Mike Pompeii did he work to help free American pastor Andrew Brunson from Turkey and Danny birch from Yemen the president also dispatched o'brien to Sweden to help secure rapper a sap Rockies release president trump says o'brien called him the president the greatest hostage negotiator at the state department Richardson
"brunson" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"He's a he's a that. Kid is all fucking beasts. He's never gone before from what i heard. He trains like an animal. They say that but this he has the confidence of a guy that trains like yeah do what's that he's got the body of guy that trains like an animal to he's literally drew him. He doesn't look like a real person he was he was because a romero was always the guy who you look at it and physically holy christ. How does a guy get yeah bill but then next to kosta. He looks like a fucking a welterweight now they were. They were fucking human figures looking at is that before your time do you know automan figure is oh. I know it must be. You got a new master's that universe cartoon coming out soon. I'm a nerd matt. I'm a nerd hall to rob. It could have been hanging out ages ago wanted. You guys befriends. Well jimmy. You gotta get into shape boys on on the amazon. You ever see that new shaw dude. I finished it a couple of episodes in but holy shit rat right right now. I think we got a new guest co host. When you guys are jimmy's oughta yeah. You know what i'm gonna be missing a couple of shows because of vacation <hes> unfiltered does not give us at all <hes> yeah we definitely would need <hes> rodney be great to commit. If you're going to come into studio. We'd love to have you in studio. I would love to boys. That's what we're going to be all right l. listen. Let's let them go who derek brunson calling in <hes> who really had a great great <hes> after that first round. Hey how how amazing was that to see. I mean when you look at henry pseudo and the way he kind of after that first round the way he changed in the second round of just adjusted that's kind of what brunson did in five seconds immediately getting head kick lake kick head kick and then grabbing heinisch and trying to take him down was i mean wouldn't amazing with four so intelligent. I came with the get him on here and let them know how rbm what are you promoting. It can people see you. Can they see your stuff working. They see your show. I'm on twitter at robbi borstal or borstal and i have a show on mondays called my mom's basement. Today we are breaking down the top ten my top ten favorite guitar players of all time with the guitar player for my band p._f._c. commenter okay awesome man and <hes> <hes> who's one of your favorite guitar players involved..
"brunson" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Was thinking back on the fight also Trump or I probably going for the solution there. I could shrimp to armed Aaron unleash some pluses. So yeah, that was awesome. There too. Well, you got the win, and that's the important thing. And like, I say Elias is also ranked fighter. So all these dudes are tough. You know what I mean? And and so now that your hands raised job's done. You get two paychecks. No, one can no one can fall to you know, at any point the point is to get out of there with a w. Like, you said rink fighter all the fight on. It's going to be people who are ranked like was nine hundred UFC. So if they want to say, but the in the pudding and win so get out. For sure man, you have built up some equity with fans and media because prior to this fight. I believe your last six wins were all stoppages all in the first and everybody is getting thump. So trust me. No one's complaining. Yeah. Know. Saying like vogue, blah, just clean them late early. Listen. Twist my last ten fights. You'll see. Have all been stoppages are one most of them all some of them. But they all. Greek quite it. Exciting little sites. Is about. I also feel like every fighter can send a subliminal message to his future opponents by showing them the knee wrinkles in their game. Or reintroducing some of the tools, you know? And I like that you showed some wrestling. And again, the Brazilian jujitsu. I guess, you know, even though you weren't able to secure the submission. You're showing people that you've grown there as well. So that was very good to plus a lot of patients in uh. There was a couple of times where like you were kinda getting excited. I got you in trouble in the past. But you're you were pacing yourself showing patients showing fight I q growth. You know what I mean? A lot of people moved to say it, you know, about the lack of patience that just kinda gone. Any plans wanna? And Jesus pretty. I do well with it comes submission like holding conditions. But that's what I wanna I want show that want tensions with Donald split. Your show all types of skills here going forward. All right. Derek brunson's? Our guest here on MA junkie radio. Coming off a big win. Over relies the adore you see Ottawa. All right goes, what do you have for Dirk Brunson? Derek now was very awkward at times and wanted to know going in and positive you watch fight footage..
Finally Over for Mars Rover
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"brunson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Occurred yesterday in the Oval Office. But as you, and I get together on the evening of the Lord's day as it is called by those of us in the Christian community Sunday the first day of the week Sunday each week. The celebration of the resurrection of our savior. I just cannot help. But think that the man who was doing that praying on bended knee not in protest in the Oval Office. But in earnest prayer. With all the cameras. Did you hear just the the shutters of the cameras continue as this man was spring? The voice belongs to American pastor. Andrea brunson. Who's originally from a place? I know pretty well since I'm a native north Carolinian up in black mountain. That's the place. Andrew Brunson calls home. But for. The last two decades. He's been preaching in Turkey. At the Izmir resurrection church and for the last two years. Pastor Brunson was on his knees not in the Oval Office, but in a jail cell because Erdo Juan and the Turkish government somehow thought he was a spy. Accused of committing crimes on behalf of Kurdish militants and aiding Pennsylvania based Muslim cleric for to lead Gula. And this pastor Andrew Brunson was facing thirty five years in a Turkish jail. Had he been convicted of those crimes. But President Trump and his administration went to work. And era Dewan and the Turks freed Andrew Brunson. So pastor Brunson feels as if he has a new lease on life, but his role in life is as a pastor. And while prayer is an avenue open to all of us. And while some interpret scripture to say, go into the prayer closet. Don't bring attention. I just have to tell you from my perspective yesterday. To see pastor Brunson on bended knee to see him places hand on the shoulder of the forty fifth president of the United States and ask for God's blessing unashamedly. The word you used to close out that prayer us right now. Amen. Now, if you're a regular listener to this program, you're saying, oh, wait a minute. That is not Steve Sanchez. You would be correct in that analysis. It is not Steve Sanchez. It is however the recovering congressman JD Hayworth. I did this show is really about you. And what you have to say. And the phones are open at one eight seven seven forty nine. Steve that's one eight seven seven four nine seven eight three eight three. But just to fill in the blanks. You might be curious. Some of you know, me from my years in congress. Some of you may know me from broadcasting and my most recent broadcast home for the last four years at Newsmax TV. But it is so great. That my friend, Steve when he and his bride we're going to take a little time off he said J D, I want you in there. And so we're here tonight, and we'll get together next Sunday night to talk about what is going on in the world, or what is on your mind? And I will tell you the image. In the words of pastor. Andrew Brunson speak volumes. No doubt the pastor and many Americans have been praying for his release in those prayers had been realized. Maybe this this way at your house. Who is the real prayer warrior at your house at my house? There's no competition. My bride miss Mary. Is diligent. And faithful in her prayers. She wakes up in the morning, and she will just stayed. I mean o dark thirty. It's not just laying around the hacienda. But but she will. Pray for a good half hour. And then starter day. Well, pastor brunson's bride, you can only imagine. With the family separated with pastor Brunson and a Turkish slammer. And let me tell you. That's no holiday if you remember if you're of a certain age near a baby boomer, you might remember the movie from the nineteen seventies midnight express, and the horrors of being picked up on a drugs charge and put in a Turkish prison. One aside. That prison used in the nineteen seventies. Is now a luxury hotel and STAN bull. Where yours truly has stayed before. And it is mere Turkey's third largest city not too terribly far from a place you've read about in scripture. Emphasis. Where Paul brought the word if you ever have a chance to go to emphasise. It is amazing because the place where Paul preached. Is still there. And the jars of clay are buried in the ground to give amplify -cation. And when we were there. Our American presence in his smear really no security to speak of they are a federal government and military personnel were renting space in an office building. And the air force. Colonel insurance said, hey, you gotta watch your step. We're on a small elevator. That doesn't look like an elevator. You know, the kind I'm talking about the the doors have a regular like door. And it's just a little simple kind elevator. In fact, I remember seeing one at a. At a Baptist church. I would visit on occasion. Not your typical elevator with the standard buttons. Just the little kind of doors that you get any clothes and you go up and down mud anyway. The air force Colonel told this congressional delegation of which I was apart. Said, hey, look, be careful because the other night. My sister was in ear and a guy tried to shoot him and had my sister, not moved his head. It would have been fatal. Needless to say, I kind of lost my appetite. And I usually have a great appetite. But but before I before I go on here. I want you to hear a real prayer warrior. Listen to the pastor's wife. She said this short prayer following your husband in the Oval Office. Listen. Well, we're apparently having there..
"brunson" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"S where like stuff sucked a lot we loved it but stuff sucked and that's okay things can suck yeah yeah it's okay to say hey fucking suck and i'm gonna have a problem with it i i love the movie still another example of this in this is shame because this is the third pack has i've talked about this movie on the movie daddy's home i like love but has a lot wrong with it like everything like everything but you know i do like love it but it has so much wrong with it and that's okay right some perfect that's one of those movies you watch on an airplane and it's like i'll allow it appear in nets what happened i saw it on airplane in you know when you're on an airplane you can really take those movies and be like this is genius as soon as you lay in that was the worst thing ever seen is the elevator in the bloody mary and you're just like oh i love this but yeah you can love something in it can be bad and so that's what i want people to know with d too that's a good lesson to apply to the world and a great note to end on this was a great event session before we go where can people find you in your work yes they can find me on wouldn't much my i am on the internet my twitter is quinta brunson might be deleting it soon so i don't know chance there my instagram is quinn to be my facebook page is quinta be and so you can find me on those those mediums also i will be starting website soon to some going to delete my twitter place for work of done to be held yes.
"brunson" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Our guest complainer today quinta brunson who is wait for it a quintile threat comedian writer actress producer internet superstar am i the first person to say that you actually are that is so strange i mean people love to be like quintessential no one's ever said that was threat welcome to happy hour quinta thanks for having me we like to get the complaining ball rolling asking everybody what is one thing you hate that everybody else loves disneyland is something that i cannot stay and that everyone else seems to just be in love with the i think this is the part where i would like someone in my position what gasp rate i agree with the i've thought you might also disneyland i did were you at someone who went to disneyland as a kid i went to disneyland once as a child i was six so i'm from philadelphia we're not close to disney land bring you know i'm around all these people they grew up with it right but i went when i was six but even when i was six i remember i felt the feeling of looking around and being like shit wack can we go back to universal studios i was so i loved universal right but disney world in land 'cause i went to florida to disneyworld right that's what the world is just was over it and i'm not a big disney kid you know i liked to on and then someone ignorantly.
"brunson" Discussed on RobinLynne
"And now oh man well then if no possessing with one of the thinking of in with me and both of them them booed off in a variety of them had that if brunson their evening who knew they were now in of gm man of me bill users of what have been if anything two two of them be plymouthedinburgh gumbatov on time it was on what he thought that was nothing and saw from them same yet the man that them edward neither method the guy that is a mug of them leave me medical lonely undercover nab mad vra his on them they maddow no method of people were less than my foot the thickening of them met a nasr died found though the guy addis i woke up then liberty medal laundly on this have not had a thaw funding be nadal method of people were like apple if they hear yet unknown gunmen throw man with law them his look in something with one of the thinking that in light of for me to do this thing the bundesbank booed off in god is invited them that it was under the plan they were now then again from the embassy were mad at me billions of the burden of antiquing clinton clinton.
"brunson" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"And now oh man well then if no possessing with one of the thinking of in with me and both of them them booed off in a variety of them had that if brunson their evening who knew they were now in of gm man of me bill users of what have been if anything two two of them be plymouthedinburgh gumbatov on time it was on what he thought that was nothing and saw from them same yet the man that them edward neither method the guy that is a mug of them leave me medical lonely undercover nab mad vra his on them they maddow no method of people were less than my foot the thickening of them met a nasr died found though the guy addis i woke up then liberty medal laundly on this have not had a thaw funding be nadal method of people were like apple if they hear yet unknown gunmen throw man with law them his look in something with one of the thinking that in light of for me to do this thing the bundesbank booed off in god is invited them that it was under the plan they were now then again from the embassy were mad at me billions of the burden of antiquing clinton clinton.
"brunson" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"They man melissa fiba's thank you so much for aliens vasco mine keep dreaming but make it a reality with square space i use square space myself for my own personal site which doesn't do much of anything besides kind of service a landing page for people who are going me but i do about the process to tell you it was incredibly easy to set up and it looks great it looks great because square space offers you these beautiful templates that you can then had a tweak and make your own with your own have settings it products it just takes a few cliques no matter what it is you want to advertiser promote whether it's your work or a blog or product or service or a physical or online business or maybe a wedding or any other special project including kids i think kids count especial products don't they are you can you square space to do it everything is also optimized from of all right out of the box with nothing to patch or prayed ever keep dreaming but make it a reality with a website from square space checkout square space dot com for a free trial and when you are ready to launch your dream use the offer code france to save ten percent it's winter brunson is a writer and performer living in los angeles and she's also super funny and super black and he goes by quinta be hey quinta hey how's it cohen super black i am pretty good i had to mention have like you are because um because we're talking about interracial relationships and my previous guest is a a outwardly appearing a white woman who's involved with black woman i'm a black woman involved with why man you are a black woman involved with a white man and so the co you know i just wanted to have a sort of new wants to protest to this conversation about what it feels like to be an interracial relationships any way but right now specifically under the trump administration and also with the black panther movie a oneweek out from opening so tell me i mean you know we reached out because i was struck by a tweet that i saw.
"brunson" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Get to a point where i will not care what your preseason expectations were i'll just look at the resume like that's midjanuary early february mid february i don't care about what i i don't care much roster i don't care about how many pros you got i don't care about where you were picked in your li i don't care about where kim had yet i don't care about will let las vegas thought like at some point you just purely respect the resume but i don't think that point is is on december fourteen than so it's a it can be a little bit of a complicated process in that villanova went over at temple jalen brunson got thirty one points in afterward j right complement emin comp complimented him and and friend dump he did the same thing i couldn't help but think in a different world like this plays out completely differently i don't know how many people who aren't it from the philadelphia area or follow villanova follow temple remember this but there was a time when fran was going to hire rick brunson jaylen father to be on his staff and it was sort of common knowledge in basketball circles he was doing that perhaps just because he wanted rick of formal temple star on his staff but rick also had a a a kid who was in high school who was a consensus top 20 recruit in america and so that's the way this was supposed to go down rick brunson guitar to temple jalen brunson and rolls a temple and then rick brunson got charged with sexual assault now it's fair and right to point out he was acquitted of the charges but do you remember the details about that i didn't remember the details i went back and read it earlier today it is bananas yeah i remember that story um and remember at times did real quick i remember loving jalen brunson has prospect just in general and i don't know if i thought he was gonna be quite an i thought he was got gbi honest to god at others don't become an awesome college basketball player i did not think i thought that he would be player of the year level and your number three but anyway continue so repond brunson would apparently get massages from some woman who like that's what he does his job you my jobs to record podcast.
"brunson" Discussed on Around the Rim
"History was made it now there is only one player is one player and wba history that has five one two three four five five championships her name is rebecca brunson and she is on the line with us hello rebecca hey that sounds so crazy sounds crazy about that to you this this this sitting on any category by myself um listen and then no all of their made players players a maiden came that have been in this league and to all be reminded that i've been able to do something no other player has been able to do is is is crazy no other player no other player so okay so let's look at this for a moment because you know for fans that have or have not been keeping up you on your first championship in sacramento and then you before this research championship you had one three with minnesota and then you get to this fifth so let me ask you this uh did you ever envision like winning multiple championships like go back to your year in in sacramento we are one in here by so happy like did you see your sounds like winning more championships oh man i think after the first one yukon it was the first one i got early on in my career and then after that when you realize it's not easy you know we went back again the next year we didn't win and it took a while from two thousand five to two thousand eleven so it's conduct aloof if thing you wanna give their what you know it's extremely difficult a man to go on a run life we went on and to be able to win four with the same playing with the same core group.