35 Burst results for "Business Manager"

Mike Is Feeling Much Better After Mild Case of Covid

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Mike Is Feeling Much Better After Mild Case of Covid

"An unscheduled time off due to COVID, we decided to set up a little bit of a rig in my bedroom where I remain in quarantine feeling like a million bucks, frankly, after the first couple of days of some mild symptoms, I'm feeling a 100% and so team Gallagher graciously invited Gallagher back to the Gallagher show and helping me out today is my dear friend and business manager and tremendously popular morning host in the upstate of South Carolina on 94 5 the answer W GTK. It's the one and only Joey Hudson, so it's a bit of the mic and Joey show. You know, Joey, you every one of your shows by saying God's got this, God's in control. Sometimes when you think you have plans and you make plans to celebrate something like Christmas, sometimes God says, nope, I've got a different idea. Well, and things can change quickly and you're right. Look, you had no idea a week ago that you're going to be asking me to step in, you'll recall, you started texting me Wednesday night saying you had a high fever and you weren't feeling good and the next morning I'm sitting in my barn, which we expected to be here in Greenville to finish up the last week in Annie. And you were home in quarantine. It's bizarre because this is happening real rapidly and in many ways this is deja vu all over again, as you said earlier, but on the other hand, it feels different this time. It feels like more and more people are getting COVID. Almost everybody that I've heard of has had the same experience that I've had mild symptoms, so there's two things I think is the big takeaway as we enter Christmas Joey. Number one, not be conquered by fear because chances are you're going to have a very mild time of it like I did. And number two have a plan. You know, don't get caught becoming positive and realizing you have COVID and you don't have anything in place because frankly, for me, the first thing I thought of was, how do I get to a Regeneron treatment center, which I did the day after?

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How Did WarnerMedia Get Its Start?

TechStuff

02:09 min | 8 months ago

How Did WarnerMedia Get Its Start?

"Today i thought we'd start down the road to talk about the various companies that make up warnermedia kind of unravel it all and this is going to be a heck of a story because it includes several influential media companies that had their own distinct histories before coalescing into warnermedia includes companies that are not media companies at all like funeral homes for real now when i say complicated. I'm not kidding. Our story includes a window washing company. A parking company an online service provider company Few magazine publishers. And more there are mergers and acquisitions are spin offs. There's family betrayal and lots of other stuff. So where the heck do i get started. Why suppose. I should talk about the core components and then work to the point where they all come together and i could start pretty much anywhere because there so many different pieces to the story. But i'm going to begin with time because it's on my side. Yes it is henry. Loose and briton hadden. Had a lot in common. They both attended yale. University they both worked as reporters for the baltimore news and both of them were in their early twenties back in nineteen twenty two and they also wanted to try something. That was a new idea. Newspapers were thing obviously but loosen. Hatton had the idea for a news magazine. They decided to try and create one because no one had really done it before. And they raised more than eighty thousand dollars which was a princely sum in nineteen twenty two and they quit their jobs to found a company called time inc and a magazine called time it would publish weekly starting in march of nineteen twenty-three loose served as the business manager for the young publishing company and hadn't was editor in chief and together. They found success with this weekly magazine. Format

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How to get Media Savvy with Nancy Juetten

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

01:52 min | 10 months ago

How to get Media Savvy with Nancy Juetten

"I want to introduce my guest today. Nancy johnson and she's going to help us out with this topic. Getting you to understand what it is to be a guest. Whether it's virtual summits or podcasts or all of this good stuff all of that that relates to it. Nancy welcome to the show. Tell us a little bit about you. And how did you get into this crazy topic. Thanks nicole for having me. I have been a publicist for almost my entire professional life and that means standing behind powerful people and helping them be ready to step up the stage the microphone or the media so that they look great and they can actually ping pong the right people back into their world so they can do more business and one of the things i learned over the decades is that the greater degree to which you are ready for those opportunities the faster you can soar as a business person and one of the other things i've also discovered is that there are a lot of people that say i wish i could get on this show. I wish i could be seen heard and celebrated in this way but then when you ask them. Are you ready to step up. They'll say i've been meaning to get around to it. But no i'm not and so i would like to invite as many messengers as possible to decide the today's the day that they want to be seen her celebrated as an expert in that they also want to be ready to go to the show today. Because if you believe in behave as if the most important person is going to call you tomorrow. It often happens that they do. And when you're ready to step up you can be seen heard celebrated and ultimately compensated by hundreds or thousands of people who hear your message and that's a brilliant outcome especially these days in a covid nineteen scenario where a lot of us are doing business from home and never getting to link arms or touch knees with real people day

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"I want to introduce my guest today. Nancy johnson and she's going to help us out with this topic. Getting you to understand what it is to be a guest. Whether it's virtual summits or podcasts or all of this good stuff all of that that relates to it. Nancy welcome to the show. Tell us a little bit about you. And how did you get into this crazy topic. Thanks nicole for having me. I have been a publicist for almost my entire professional life and that means standing behind powerful people and helping them be ready to step up the stage the microphone or the media so that they look great and they can actually ping pong the right people back into their world so they can do more business and one of the things i learned over the decades is that the greater degree to which you are ready for those opportunities the faster you can soar as a business person and one of the other things i've also discovered is that there are a lot of people that say i wish i could get on this show. I wish i could be seen heard and celebrated in this way but then when you ask them. Are you ready to step up. They'll say i've been meaning to get around to it. But no i'm not and so i would like to invite as many messengers as possible to decide the today's the day that they want to be seen her celebrated as an expert in that they also want to be ready to go to the show today. Because if you believe in behave as if the most important person is going to call you tomorrow. It often happens that they do. And when you're ready to step up you can be seen heard celebrated and ultimately compensated by hundreds or thousands of people who hear your message and that's a brilliant outcome especially these days in a covid nineteen scenario where a lot of us are doing business from home and never getting to link arms or touch knees with real people day

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How Custom IT Training Helps Diversify Businesses

Technologist Talk

02:03 min | 10 months ago

How Custom IT Training Helps Diversify Businesses

"Technology is now come to the forefront. It's not just that. It department in the back corner of the office. Technology is driving the company. Technology needs to work with. The ceo of the company needs to work with the chief. Marketing officer needs to work with. Hr needs to work with the sales managers. Definitely the business acumen and the networking and the connections and being strategic and being a good team builder and a good team leader and you have to keep learning. This is another that. I love about the industries that every year new technologies are being introduced. I heard a stat very recently. That ninety percent of the jobs that we need in tech in five years have not even been invented yet. That's how fast this market is going. So nancy what is more important than your tech careers at the tech business akunin or the hard tech skills versus a soft business skills. And what do you think is the most important for technologists. Overall as technology starts coming out of their cubicles in the back office and engaging more with the business managers the soft skills are becoming more and more important. You have to be approachable. You have to focus on building relationships and building a network and making sure you're connecting with people. You need to be reliable. You really need to build your personal brand reputation and if you want to be successful and grow your career. You have to be very intentional about it every day. You have to be so careful that you're not just phoning it in and doing the job you have to think every day is an opportunity to learn something and to show people what you know what you've learned and at county attack were really gonna focus on helping the communication skills presentation skills and learning to be a little bit more strategic and how to build relationships and connect with people. You're definitely going to need those soft skills to be successful

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Make Your Podcast Better with Elzie Flenard

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

02:12 min | 10 months ago

Make Your Podcast Better with Elzie Flenard

"We're talking all about podcasts. And my guest is elsie flint. Hard and he is here to help us. he has. This amazing company called podcast town and he is a phenomenal podcast producers. So l z. Thank you so much for being on. The show tells a little bit more about you. And how did you get started in this podcast world. Well first of all thank you so much for having me anytime. I get the unity talk and people actually listen. I'm all excited. So thank you so much for the opportunity. A little bit about me. I've been in office for about seventeen years both in music and the spoken word and long story short. I founded podcast town. Because i wanted to other people get their voice out there get their message out there and so our our vision is to create a town where every voice is heard in. That's what we do. We help people's voices get heard and for you know for those listeners. Out there you might have picked up on my whole flight team will els. Got the whole podcast counting. He is the mayor of podcast town. And i just love it i love. I love a good theme. Now i gotta tell you l z. I audio is not my thing like visual. I can look at a photograph. And i can tell you what's good about it. What's not good about it. i've got a background in photography As well as a degree in psychology but audio. Like i can remember when my husband brought these gold cables or cords or something in for our tv. And he's like oh it's going to really dramatically improve the sound and my son was sitting there and he was like listening in his like night and day difference. I didn't hear one iota of change. I don't get it i. I don't know why you spend all this money on these gold cable fema jigs and so audio is not my thing and that's why i think. Sometimes we as entrepreneurs rely on other sports that are out

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How to Increase Your Revenue By Solving Bigger Problems for Your Clients

Healthcare Business Secrets

01:45 min | 10 months ago

How to Increase Your Revenue By Solving Bigger Problems for Your Clients

"To the show. David i really appreciate. Thank you for having me re looking forward to this episode a lot of questions that i have few as well and i think it's going to be super valuable for audience. But i i want you to kinda give the audience some context so tell us more about you how you got into this game. And what are you of up to at the moment yet. So i started on the facebook ad platform almost fourteen years ago. So i started when i was first in college around two thousand and seven as at the university of florida. The platform was all for college students. Maybe some people who turned eighteen just starting to get their feet wet on the platform in the opened up to the public the same year that i entered college and so it was easy for me to jump in because we need money right. Just bring on all these people. Let them test out our platform. See what we can do with it in. This was when it was a wild wild west. Targeting options were non-existent. It was sort of. Just buy up inventory. Maybe you select the cities or the states. You wanna target in the nets. You would hope that everything would work. And so you know i. It was very much in that same way of advertising on facebook for several years. Didn't really become more of the platform that we see today until around the time that i graduated from college. So around. two thousand eleven twenty ten twenty eleven. You start to see the platform mature right. You can advertisers to run ads for you. They have more targeting options they were revolting but they did not get to the place that you see today with business manager in multiple advertisers in accounts in in all these different behaviors and interests and all these things that income around until around two thousand twelve twenty thirteen. And that's when everyone starts to really take advantage of the platform

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How to Establish Know, Like, and Trust in a Noisy World with Catherine Thompson

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

06:08 min | 11 months ago

How to Establish Know, Like, and Trust in a Noisy World with Catherine Thompson

"What the heck is no like entrust. Yeah so i come from a mindset that it's probably one of the most important things to integrate in your business especially if you're a coach or consultant selling a service of some sort but basically it is what we call the stages in which people are are coming across your brand so the no stage being sort about awareness piece Building your brand awareness. The like is Forming that light for who you are what you sell what you're about and then obviously developing not trust for your To make a purchase within your business. Yeah and i know this is going to be a big questions gonna feel like opening a whole can of worms. How does somebody actually start to create like entrust. Yeah so Again thinking of it in sort of a stage. That's kind of how. I explain it to my clients when i'm working with them And thinking about your customer as going through a journey with your business and so the first stage is that no stage. It's that awareness. It's who you are what you do y you do. It and repetition is huge stage in a lot of people get frustrated or they want to with it because they sound like a broken record in their own mind but at the end of the day your audience might be coming across you for the first maybe second time and so that repetition is huge in that stage Really showing like. I said who you are what you do why you do it and then not like stages sort of the next stage along that customer journey that people are moving through with you and that's really developing alight for who you are and what you stand for. So brand's story is a huge thing in this stage and sharing relatable bits about what you do and who you are so that your audience can develop that like for you because they're not gonna invest in you if they don't one no you but then obviously not like you and then the trust stage again. Huge for service. Based businesses coaches consultants is developing at trust. People are never going to invest in you. If they don't trust you and so Doing things like referrals. Recommendations from past clients testimonials are big With your client to build that trust factor so that people can see okay. She's worked with somebody else in this person. These results and i can actually trust that. She'll do the same for me until at trust. Pieces is a big hurdle. A lot of people. It's the last stage before anybody will invest any so you so we're talking about some of this and i know you know i mean one of the things that i love about what you said here was. It feels repetitive. To you but to me a. I hear that is oh my gosh just simplified my workload because i can create the same message over and over again. I don't have to reinvent the wheel every single time totally totally. Yes so and you also mentioned in there. The brand and i can hear my head a lot of coaches or like. But i'm just one person i don't have an organization. Why do i need to have a bran story. Tell me a little bit about how personal story maybe relates to brand story and how this helps with that no like entrusting yes without personal story. relating to that brand story developing sort of the brand store is really the story is one of the strongest ways we formed connection right so if we feel connected to somebody We tend to want to invest in them. Get to know them that sort of thing but knowing that there's a bigger purpose to what they are so not just like i wanna make more money. Give me your money. give me your money. But like they have a bigger purpose right so that why. Why are you doing what you do. What is that purpose. And that's your brand story. Writers like really Liquefying that in your messaging so it doesn't necessarily have to be. I get lots of questions from clients that are like so my supposed to share like where it was born and what high school i went to know. So your personal story. You take bits of your personal story that are going to relate to your audience at the level at which they are when they're looking for the type of service your sally so if you're not you're not going to share maybe where you were born or the high school you went to but maybe you're sharing like a struggle that you overcame Maybe you're sharing like a success story. A part of your journey. So it's not your entire life story that you put down on paper it's bits of it that are gonna be relatable to your audience so that they feel connected to you and your brands were that why why are you doing. They want to invest in a bigger purpose. They don't want to just you know invest in you to give you more money. That sort of thing. It's it's it's knowing that they're investing in a bigger bigger purpose. A bigger movement so to speak. Yeah and you know so with virtual. Lay team you know. I've really kind of embraced the part of my story that drove me to want to give people more time and for the regular listeners. You know out there. My husband and i lost one of our sons. And when you go through an experience like that you understand the value of time probably better than anybody and that has allowed me to have a driving force behind making sure people are using the most out of the time that they have so that relates. That's part of my personal story but it relates to why virtually team was created in the first place. Perfect as what you're talking about. That's what i'm talking about. Yeah so for creatively own Part of mine was working in corporate for fifteen years. Not really living in alignment and not doing the things that actually i love doing Which is hoping small businesses consultants coaches start their own business carved their own half that sort of thing and so that's my wi- right is like to really give people permission to to challenge the norms. Go against what society is telling us that we need to do. And the types of jobs we need to have and that they can actually really create an income doing the things that they

Building Funnels with Alexandria Cox

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

08:35 min | 11 months ago

Building Funnels with Alexandria Cox

"Alexandria show a little bit more about you and how you get started in this funnel thing. Hi thank you so much for having me. So i am a conversion copywriter and funnel builder and help lady entrepreneurs create launched the first digital money. I ended up getting into business almost on accidents in a way that i would advise most people not to. I felt like i was working at a nine seven manifestation business and i was doing all the things and i was learning everything trying to take. Diy courses and just do it myself and just be that. Self-made solo piano are and then over time. We got to this point. Where i was since i was doing it all and i was learning all that i just started accidentally attracting people who also need that help and then all of a sudden. I woke up one day and i was a funnel builder and creative operator. You know that is a story that is close to my heart. I am so familiar with that one. And i know exactly where you're coming from. I bet a lot of the listeners out. There are kind of in a similar boat for you guys out there to make sure that you stay tuned until the very end of today's episode for our in-flight special tip. I've got a juicy one for you today. Alexandra what is a funnel exactly. Tell us what that is. Because i know a lot of listeners out there are familiar with them but not everybody to explain to us what a funnel is so. There's really like two ways to look at a funnel and the broader scope of it is that it's your business. It's you starting at the beginning. You bring people in from not knowing you bringing them along the awareness journey and bringing them to the point where they become a customer and become an pretty excited about your business to keep buying and buying and buying but the real way that i look at a funnel and the way that a lot of online or funnel is that is that way to get the sale for specific aid. So whether it's an email sequence. That is saying i know you don't know about this. This product all the way to get you on a sales page and by or it's the landing pages that leads you from jumping on a landing page. Seeing the of the words that get them to relate to you understand that they need this product hitting that buy button buying. And that's that's what i bill. That's the main part of my business. I love that. I love the way that you describe that because so often i hear these kind of convoluted and you know what they think about as simplified explanations for funnels and and it's really you know it is. It's that process that you take them through to get them to buy. So i love the way you kinda describe that. What should he coach really have in mind before they begin to look for a funnel expert. They should really be looking at how well they know their own business. A funnel expert that is worth their salt will be able to help. Guide you to get there but a lot of people that get to me in. They realized they didn't know as much as they thought they knew. Or they felt like they kind of throw spaghetti at the wall and get there. And that's one of the things that when you do know that sometimes that's when you get to the final builder and it just makes your business explode versus still going through those waiting sets and so the best thing i can tell anyone before they get to a funnel. Builder is to really do a lot of market research and on a continuous basis. That we really getting to know your ideal human to the point where you can almost speak in their words Had an interesting conversation with a prospect the other day and she said i was in this webinar and i decided to buy click funnels. Now what the heck do i do with it. And i'm like wait a minute. You kind of put the cart before the horse there little bit. You don't buy the system before you know what you're going to do with it know what you're gonna do with it before you buy the system. Would you agree with that. I completely agree with it. But i am so guilty of doing it. Sometimes we will lose. Make such hype about a product that you're like. Oh my gosh. I know i can use this. I'll figure it out and you get so excited and you buy. And i've done it like i've done it multiple times in sometimes. It works out and sometimes it doesn't end just figuring it out is kind of the entrepreneurs if you will but sees how resourceful you'll be but for sure now that i'm like better and business and that i know i will one hundred percent tell someone like no no no. You're not ready for that. Get rid of that. Yeah i think they often don't even know When they do that kind of thing whether it's click funnels or one of these other like fang pools kind of thing objects. They don't always know what a funnel is or what A marketing system is or something like that so they buy it. It's the solution when what they don't understand us. It's actually just part of an overall concept. So are there alternatives to click funnels for building funnels. Are there other ways that you can do it. I mean click funnels. obviously that's a good one But are there other ways to do it too. There are other ways to do it. So you can stick with the funnel builder so before you can use lead pages which is a cheap way of doing it. Almost on the cheaper end of the scale and you can easily pages. So that's great and you can connect a whole bunch of pages together. If you are also going to do it. You could use grew funnels. New one and their marketing. The fact that they are free for lifetime right now you can use f apps or you can do or you can almost bootstrap it and use plug ins on wordpress and that is another great way to do it but again since the way in which you sell is also very much relationships based so if you have a great email lists that came in from either a summit or some other lead magnet you can also do a complete funnel via email in create those relationships without ever having to build a funnel builder. Yeah i so agree. I'm glad you made that point is. I'm always one of those you know. If you don't need to spend a ton of money on a system to get it to do the same thing may be that's not the best investment for you instead. Spend money on the expertise of having somebody help you build something that's gonna be aweso. So how does coaching know that. It's time to hire a funnel expert. They know when they're ready to offer something. That is validated. So i can you bring something. That's not validated. Absolutely because most vulnerable will also be able to help you create an amazing offer or bein tune offer. But if you wanna make the most out of your experience if you haven't offer that's validated to someone has purchased it in give you feedback and you know how to and you know how to roll with. No it will take off. Take those take those. Take those pieces in. Go to funnel builder and they'll be able to take to build out your funnel for it so to validate it. All you would need is to put it on a page or even marketed to your facebook group or to your email is say. Hey i'm building this thing. Are you interested in it. If if people bite then you know you have a viable product. That's when he say. Hey now i want someone else to build it because you wanna to save time. You don't want to spend hours tweaking in figuring out how to get the headliner coloring right have someone else. Who's gonna do it in a day so you can just get back out there making money. Yeah and a lot of times you know we. We don't know what we don't know on our own businesses were too close to it sometimes even if we're good at doing copy or something like that sometimes we're good at doing it for other people and we're not great at doing it narrow businesses so i think a lot of times hiring an expert to do some of those things can be hugely valuable whether you're skilled at it or not. So what it. What does the process look like. So if somebody comes to you and said hey alexandria to help with my funnels. What does that look like so for me. I feel like there is no such thing as a perfect package. I don't like giving someone a packet offer because what you need for. Your business is not what cindy needs for hers so when someone comes to me like hey. This is what i would like to do with my business. We sit down. We have a long top usually do. It's a two hour intensive where we deep dive into your ideal humid not just the ideal human for your business but the ideal human for this product. Because they're not always the same because you might be targeting someone at the beginning of their journey versus someone who's ready to solve a problem right. The

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Geospatial Data for Airports

Airplane Geeks Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

Geospatial Data for Airports

"First item comes from connected aviation today. This is brock solutions emphasizes importance of technological investment in airport recovery. In twenty twenty one. So this is a piece from connected aviation today which is by collins aerospace and it includes a conversation with mark stokes who's the business manager smart suite at brock solutions and that's an engineering solutions and professional services company. They specialize in design construction and implementation of real time solutions. So that's the context for his comments but he notes that and this is a quote. Many in the industry went from full speed ahead managing the absolute peak of volumes to near dead stop. And of course. That's we've talked about that that supplied to to to to airlines to the airports all the many of the businesses that support those kinds of travel activities in this piece stoke says he believes biz as business Starts to come back. Airlines and airports are likely not going to bring back as many people as they had before and instead they'll look at opportunities to connect data in just operations to do more with less so he touches on areas such as well speaking of touching touchless. Travel like biometrics that requires the centralization of data. Buddy there's some issues budgets are tight in so to make investments along this area. The the roi is going to have to be there to support the investments but the other big piece of this is that passengers need to be comfortable traveling. Because if they're not they're not going back to the airport and so the investment is not going to have much of a return. So i this issue of airports managing Hopefully return to two volume one of the questions here. is you know. do you think this is Something that airports need to need to manage or do you think that you know they can just kinda cruise along and see what happens. Who's got a thought. I was i was. I was cheering on bob to go ahead. Go from my perspective traveler. I travel significantly over my career both nationally and internationally in for sure. You're going to see a significant change in technology as we move forward. It's going to be from my industry for geospatial perspective internally. We're going to start using g. I s. features to identify how data is collected insider facilities. In how is managed people move through. It's going to be important Things like uber and uber. Air and urban urban mobility are going to be important factors in. You're going to have to identify people coming through airports in half to be ready for the quantity of people that come through and manage how they traveled in ford. So it's gonna be a significant modification. I think technology as we move forward into the coming years Airlines come back. Yeah i would agree with that. I think because a whenever there's a downturn whether it's the economy as a whole or for a specific industry because of something peculiar or specific to that industry when things happen in companies have to at least temporarily operate differently because of circumstances they learn things about their operation and i it seems like things just never go back to the exactly the way they were so the airports have been isn't the airlines and the industry has been operating in a completely different mode as stoke says you know with volumes coming to a near dead stop and it gives them time to reflect on how they want to go forward and you know something that i think. That's that's likely to happen Especially when it comes to manpower i mean. Employees tend to be the really expensive component of companies cost structure in so You know with all the layoffs and reducing the numbers. Now you know will. They go back to full employment that they that they had before. It doesn't seem likely there. There's another Really interesting i think Quote from stokes in this piece is almost for me about the biggest takeaway in terms of airports and others responding to the situation. He says but in a recent conversation with one of our customers and stokes is talking about his customers he said he. The customer offered and insightful perspective on the situation we had the opportunity to see the future at the end of twenty nineteen which is unmanageable volumes of traffic with our existing systems. We know what's going to happen to our systems in our passenger flows in our facilities when those volumes. Come back now. We have some time to prepare an adjust course so we can avoid those problems. We were inevitably facing in two thousand nineteen died. That's a An interesting perspective on this. I think the other comment he makes which was kind of interesting as talking about touchless travel in the strong push toward that and he talks about biometrics and however in the past a lot of processes were done through human interaction. But he thinks we're going to evolve into more self-service supporting touchless or contact lists travel in. I would say yes. And i welcome that at this point. Who wants to touch anything in the airport. Ryan right arrive and also points out that in order to do that you know. There's a whole chain of events of transactions that transpire between when you arrive at the airport and when you step onto the airplane and to make that entire process touchless than you have to connect different activities within the airport that historically have not been connected because there was no reason to but if you wanna do a touchless flow the entire way you know from a data perspective they need to be connected yet but it you're never gonna be completely touchless Well you're gonna make all of this touchless and then you're going to go buy a sandwich at at the concession stand at the terminal. Yeah i mean the there's a level of yes it's convenient. I took an uber ride. The other day i was talking to my driver and my driver has spent the last couple of weeks taking a new phone and getting a vpn in making sure. Nobody has access to his data which seemed a little excessive but he was really concerned that somebody could track him and all of that. Now how is that person going to interact with a touchless experience. He doesn't wanna be touchless. He wants to be touched. Because when you when you do a touching transaction you can't track it on the internet and get it hacked later. I it's kind of interesting perspective but Yeah i'm all for taking my phone and having them scan the i d court card and not having to carry a boarding pass all around but there's a lot of other people who are terrified of that technology and there are other people who are of senior ages who might not be as tech savvy that want that kind of ability also so a kind of i don't know i'm a little. I'm a little hesitant to go. That everything needs to be touchless. I but maybe. I'm just being my usual grumpy old self you know. It's kind of funny that the uber driver wants to go off the grid when driver. They know exactly where he is at times. I mean you couldn't be more connected. Has an uber driver when your work.

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New York's Broadway costume designers lament about being left out of coronavirus aid

Morning Edition

04:25 min | 1 year ago

New York's Broadway costume designers lament about being left out of coronavirus aid

"Shut down in March, actors and stagehands weren't the only ones affected. The Save Our Stages Act just passed as part of the Cove in relief bill and will help theaters and cultural institutions tread water until the pandemic is over. But as W one way sees Jennifer of Anasco reports some businesses that support the arts industry say they've been for gotten John Christians in New York Inc has built costumes for a lot of the big shows Cat's frozen and the new musical six, which was supposed to open on March. 12 the day that all of Broadway shutdown So we're getting ready for opening night That night, Every machine was filled. Every table was filled. People were doubled up. People were coming and going, and then Just like that they were closed. The leadoff all 52 of their employees. Like everyone they thought maybe let me for a few weeks, But in June, they were told No theater won't reopen in 2020, and for us, Everything stopped, like all of our orders just completely stopped. That's Brian Blight, Christensen's life partner and the business manager of John Christians in New York. And it was really a moment of what are we going to do? Are we gonna close? We put everything in storage, Do we? Walk away. They didn't Instead, Blake realized they weren't alone all through the city, small businesses that depend on Broadway and the theater industry. We're figuring out if they could survive the pandemic to And the shops are very specialized. A costumes aren't closed. You can't buy them off the wreck. They're made to measure for specific actors and designed for performers to dance and sweat in them eight times a week. Here's Christenson. But we do is cut your it should be the finest quality. It's the best interiors the best flat linings that we confined to make the product that will last a long time. And be beautiful and worth that ticket price, Christiansen and Blight realized they were part of an entire custom ecosystem. It includes specialty dry cleaners who care for $10,000 dresses made of fragile fabrics, study with sequence or flowers and people who know how to make those flowers and people who put the pleats in the fabric. And makers of tap shoes and toe shoes and beat artists and fabric painters. There are people who make specialty undergarments and hats and armor. The list goes on. So the two men joined with 54 other small businesses to found the costume industry coalition. They're clear about what they need money. Life once a kind of bailout from the government. $3 million to erase the debt of these small businesses for 2020 we have to, I think in this country I'm talking about the arts and culture as something that is a warm, fuzzy and wonderful the for the human soul and start talking about it as the economic driver that it actually is, because the economic between Arkin cultures huge, the U. S. Bureau of Economic Analysis says in 2017. The latest figures they have available. The arts and culture sector was contributing about $877 billion to the GDP. That's 4.5%. It employs over five million arts workers nationwide. In New York state. The sector contributes over 7% of the GDP. That's bigger than finance. It's bigger than construction. Hi, I'm Kevin McCollum. I'm a producer of Broadway shows, including the musical six. The one that was supposed to open the day Broadway closed. Save Our Stages is so important. Unfortunately, the shops are somewhat not involved in that. The venues will get grants, but the shops that support them. They need to wait until the orders come in. They say That's why the government should also give money to the costume industry. And to those who build sets and props. Because this is about more than the question of whether theater will survive. It will Well, the artists who make it the artisans who make it still be able to call themselves New Yorkers. Sure, I guess you could say Let's move everyone out of the city. And if that's the kind of city New York wants to be, I don't think that's the case. I think we want the artist to be able to afford and work and live in New York City. A few avenues over

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"You have apple to apple comparison whether you're using it to coach your client into the level of position that they really think they can be in doing succession planning or just plano selection in hiring people to To fill those vacancies at the organizations have what What t t. I seems to shine at really. Is they even there. Just profiles are are. There's different versions of it So that if a coach or consultant working one on one with may be an executive leader or a another entrepreneur or a mom out there in the world. There is a disc platform that fits that versus somebody. That is an employee n. Is trying to accomplish whole different set of goals. So it's unique in customized language to speak to the audience that the coach wants to work with. I think that's fabulous. Yeah that was something that Bill bonds sitter had a vision to do early on so he took the assessment news able to produce a general Sales virgina customer service version. And we've had several others that were there over the years. It may be worn as successful but just that mindset to really say how. Can we take this information customize to the specific type of person. That's a utilizing the report so just it just makes it a little even more personalized than it already put. This is This is so important. And i think that assessments are a very valuable tool when a coach can lean on them and not depend on them like one of the things that we often see when our clients. I come in Because we work from a lot of the marketing perspective of things as well as the admin we hear a lot of coaches that in their marketing. They're talking all about the assessments and for us. The assessments are a tool to accomplish the goals. They are not the advertisement for why you wanted to work with somebody. Do you have any sort of help with the nfl. Totally asking the cuff. I have no idea the answer to this one. But you guys have any sort of support around using the assessments in marketing or in You know bringing on nuclear.

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Half a dozen NBC10 employees test positive for COVID-19 in Cranston, SW of Boston

Ron St. Pierre

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Half a dozen NBC10 employees test positive for COVID-19 in Cranston, SW of Boston

"Far as where we stand as a country, the stats from Johns Hopkins United States is confirmed over 11.2 million diagnosed cases and 247,000 people is to come to this covert 19 pandemic. Fact, Brian Amaral in The Providence Journal says that the NBC affiliate NBC, Tennis among the business is dealing with clusters of positive covert tests as the virus surges in the ocean state, according to three sources at the station. In the union. Rep. At least a half dozen people have tested positive for the virus in the last couple of weeks. And NBC 10, which Has its offices and Cranston. The three sources spoke anonymously because they weren't authorized to discuss the problem publicly. I'm sure that's going over real big over there. The business manager for the union representing NBC. 10 employees confirm that several cases have popped up this month Soap. Be doing some distancing over there.

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"Design competition and I do operations support for interior designers and wedding planners. And now I know that some of these scary stories aren't like scary in the sense that you know, oh my gosh That Go Bump in the night, but we're always afraid of some of the bad things that could happen to us in our businesses and Outsourcing is no different. So share with us what your spooky story is today sure. So I actually managed a lot of hiring for my clients. And so I was getting to a point where I needed to bring someone on to my team and I did not know I put Upward at the job description put out an ad interviewed, you know reviewed like Fifty applications and then ended up interviewing five different people and the narrowed it down to the one who I really am. The best and she had you know conveyed in her resume and in our conversations that she had all this experience and had worked, you know at this particular company which made me feel really confident in her abilities. And so when I you know brought her on I did a thorough onboarding just like I do with my clients team and you know set her up with like a hub of information about my business and you know, I assigned her some tasks like for some getting started stuff and then on to the second week, I assigned her some like work and it was like subpar it off was nowhere near anything related to what I asked her for she was literally cutting and pasting my like language. I'd asked her to repurpose social media. She was copying and pasting it and not taking it into three sections. So if my post was or my blog was three paragraph she wrote here's post one. It's the first paragraph. He was supposed to it's the second paragraph. Here's post three. It's the third paragraph and birth. The graphics she was making had worked my brand color. She wasn't using my templates like it was like she just like went rogue. Now. Thankfully she didn't publish anything..

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"And therefore they understand that it's in their best interest to partner with you instead of just be a typical employed. Yeah, but I guess my my hesitation is financial cuz I'm like when you talk about business managers, I'm like, oh they're expensive and I just the business is not paying for itself right now. And yeah, I have resources obviously to invest in the business, which I'm doing cuz you need that but cuz I mean, would love I would to hire someone just you know as a 1099 or something and just have someone there. It's just not there yet. So right part of mine. Yeah, and you can baby step into it. There's a lot of well a lot of business managers do charge kind of more like a a high-ticket, you know, they expect a certain number of hours per month and you have to pay them based on that. There's other opportunities where they're not billing that way or they have a starter package. It might be more affordable to you sometimes and again this kind of goes back to what's your time worth versus what is your how much money do you have to invest but sometimes you get Junior due diligence and find a VA that's almost as skilled and committed as an online business manager, but that takes your time to find that person to do that research to do that homework. So it's really kind of.

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"But in business if you take my idea and you run with it and make money with it, well now I'm upset, you know, and especially if there's copyright infringement and who has time for all of that and the lawyers expenses so that that level of trust is there but then also I think for me on a more personal value level of I guess I'm looking for a a team member without being able to hire a team cuz I'm just not there yet, but someone who is willing to care about it as much as I do. Yeah, I hear you. And you know, that is definitely a big challenge. First of all the NDA that's a simple solution part of it's just letting go of that mental peace because as soon as you have that contract in place and this is one of the biggest mistakes I see people doing when they hire a VA or or Outsource in anyways, they don't have any sort of an agreement written agreement in place. So all you need to do to alleviate that concern is to get that written agreement that says that they do not own the works that they're producing on your behalf. So you can you can alleviate the fear of somebody taking your content and and duplicating it by having that NDA that contract in place now, it's it's still could happen. But at least you have a legal background to stand on and then you can you know, send out a cease-and-desist and have some bearing to behind that and even just dead. Having that contract often is enough to discourage individuals from taking that step. So that's kind of an easy one. Just make sure that you have the contract in place off and then you know as far as finding somebody that has the heart and soul. There's a lot of I found working with virtual assistance and other Freelancers that some of them are Kind of doing this as a part-time job. They're not really there or committed to it. If something better comes along their kind of fly by the night and so really is a matter of making sure that you've done your due diligence or that you're hiring an agency like mine that does the due diligence to find the person that's going to be committed for the Long Haul and off when you step up to somebody that's more of like an online business manager versus just a virtual assistant that online business manager has a tendency to get really be much more committed to the big picture. They're in this as a business for themselves..

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"And wanting to adhere to that as much as possible but then still allowing myself the freedom to be that free spirit and go with the flow. That's great. I can totally accept that. What do we do when it's not us? It's we're not the ones that are initiating that. Derail you get a call in. Your daughter needs you to come bring groceries or your has a flat tyre or what about those times when it isn't a that's initiating that. Squirrel moment. Yet, and that's another great question at another big challenge that you're not alone on There's a couple of things again, the we can address here. One is to really reflect on the boundaries is this US feeling guilty if we can't bail somebody out is this US feeling that? I. Am worth less if I don't drop everything that's important to me to go help this person. Is this a real emergency or is it just my own personal? I need to go do this. So when you can really dig deep into that question, you can you can solve a lot of the issues because a lot of those things are going to be. Really, more about you personally feeling guilty if you don't go help somebody if it's your daughter needing groceries. Is there an opportunity to say I can get groceries for you at five o'clock tonight when my day is wrapped up. I can't do it right now. On the other hand if you're heavy is has a flat tire and you don't happen have AAA or any other way to help him out then you may need to drop things and go take care of that. But that's why we have that. Free Day available at the end of the week to address the stuff that didn't get taken care of because of these random times sucks that we get into. For reasons that we can't fix. Right. That makes total sense and I did find that because I do have multiple clients might email is constantly coming in from different directions with people who have different types of needs. And I used to be very sucked into answering that person in that moment. So one benefit that I found by designing this ideal day was the permission to say, Oh, sally needs something but Sally's tomorrow at eleven in. So that gave me that piece that I was GonNa take care of Sally, but it wasn't in this very moment. So that was definitely a benefit for me knowing that okay. This time is allotted to this client or task or job role. and not feeling that instant need to answer right away. And that right, there is one of the huge powers of the system. If you know that there is time slotted on your calendar for later in the day or tomorrow or the rest of the week, then it's less tempting to address certain things come up in that moment You know one of the big things that we see is is that temptation to go be. Sucked into social media and kind of end up down that rabbit hole. But if you've already scheduled on your calendar to work on social media for half an hour at the end of the day, then then it's less tempting to go check who sent me a message on social media. You can turn off those notifications and lend me preached you about turning off notifications if..

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"So. I may get into a project and go. Oh Wow I just had a great idea for that and Squirrel I'm off to that project. I'm not distracted by something unproductive distracted by something that is flowing naturally in that moment ends up to live in creative space Stop the the water flow of one to manage that timeframe. So I've got some insider little sneaky hacks to this whole process that I build in. Working with a client on this kind of thing, and these are called free time days or extra days or you know you can call them whatever you want. Some tips starts out as a half day sometimes has to take a full day. Once a week I usually book these on Fridays and these are my time slots were I. Don't have anything specific scheduled on my calendar. And what that allows is. If I get distracted if I'm like really inspired I the first thing I do is I try to take note of that and write it down and say ongoing to work on this project later. Because, there are so many times were US creatives are going to get a brilliant idea and we're going to. Take off and work on that brilliant idea get halfway through it and then be like. I'm not really all that interested in it anymore. I've laughing because. If you know how many times I started cleaning out a closet. And by the end of the day, my entire house is in disarray and I don't know where I started at the beginning of that day because one thing led to another idea that led to another idea and pretty soon, I've unpacked every closet and I don't really know why. And you no longer one a half every clause unpack. You wish you could go back to the beginning of the day right? Exactly..

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"So if we lived in a bubble where we could control the world around us, we might be able to adhere perfectly to the guidelines that we set up for our day. But that's not reality. We don't live in that little bubble although cove it's Kinda helped with that a little bit still. It's definitely feeling a little more bobble life. tsn. Boy Girl here and there but. But but we don't live in that bubble, and so we do have other demands for our times other things that factor in but one of the biggest things factors in our inability to adequately determine how much time we need for a specific task. So. That's one of the number one barriers. We might think, Oh, I'm going to sit down and do accounting and I'm going to give myself and our jewelry accounting, and then you get in there and you realize. Oh my gosh, not only do I have to you know balance a checkbook, but I also have to go back and file the taxes for last month that I have to you know pay off the credit card, which means I have to reconcile the credit card and I have to do this I have to do that, and then all of a sudden that our love process that you thought it was gonNA take turns out to be ninety minutes in your in your behind the eight ball from the moment you start that process right and now I'm into my next pretty colored block, and now I'm stressing myself out because I'm thirty minutes behind. and. So yeah, that's when it takes over for me stress wise than I think why is this benefiting me like? In this moment I'm more stressed than I was before I had pretty blocks on my calendar. And so this is a lot about practice in mindset. So the practice piece is. Really better understanding how much time? For, certain tasks. So you may not realize that every time you get into doing the accounting, it's going to take you ninety minutes it as much as you wish, you could only spend an hour on it. You discover after practicing this activity over a period of time that really takes ninety minutes and you have to honor that ninety minutes. The. Other pieces being that mindset piece being willing to say I got to the hour I didn't complete everything on the West. Therefore I'm going to add another day later on in the week to accomplish the rest of those things that I didn't finish today. So being willing to say a not complete and that's okay I know this is. For, those of us that struggle with perfectionism saying that we're not completed something is like a deal breaker right there and it's it's I. Say. I feel myself hemorrhaging perfectionism. So you're telling me to just Kinda let it go. Let it go. Let it go. Okay wait a promise not to sing anymore. Well, I'll try not to sing anymore..

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"Bill having good design. The colors matched making sure that you have nice images making sure that your social media is in sync with your overall image, your color scheme everything I mean, those are the things that actually take a lot of time. If you're non-professional to do it and do not underestimate, you can be in the out there months tweaking your landing page whereas professional conducive in two three weeks or even week maybe so it really yeah really supported do outsource as much as you can. Yeah for sure. So Alexandra I know you've got a Freebie for the audience something that's GonNa help them Kinda start. Wrapping their head around this idea of putting some it's together. A little bit more about that and how the listeners can get a hold of you. Sure are while I have this Freebie this summit secrets is actually an email course. That walks you through all the major stages that you have to consider when you are putting together a virtual summit and the reason why I did it as an email courses because firstly, you can do in your own time, but there's always homework with it Um. So you have to make sure that you do the tasks to take it to the next stage, and that's actually on the way to see that it's absolutely doable if you really. Could your thoughts together if you put your thoughts on paper and those events are doable unmanageable and the all you need to do is to start so and you can get hold on website it's. Virtual events that academy afford slash summits, Dash Secrets, and of course, we will have that and all of the other points in our show notes at coaches co-pilot dot com. You can go there and check out Alexandra's good stuff. Thanks so much Alexandra for being on the show today and for you out there if you love this episode, give us your favorite takeaway, take a screen..

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Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Virtual Events

"Well. Nowadays, the online space is very busy and with all the changes that have been happening this year, it has become even busier. So it's not as easy in my opinion to attract somebody just with a free be you need to prepare something bigger and something more interesting people are becoming more wised up if you WANNA, have that with all the online knowledge that's been happening

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"So that's a definitely a personalized plan depending on. What your individual taxes look like what your business income is GonNa be in there are few other factors to consider so. As an estimate, I would say you know even if you're doing your own bookkeeping. From the very beginning, it's important to have an accountant that's going to help you with these tax issues because filing taxes for business is bearing very, very different than filing taxes for your personal. Responsibilities and so yeah working with an accountant, they can help you make those determinations. Doing. The balancing in the reconciling and you know paying attention to all of those things on your own I am a firm believer in. That an account is just absolutely not an option. You cannot out not outsource that particular task don't do it yourself. That's what I'm trying to say. I couldn't agree more. That is so true. Find someone from the very beginning who you get along. With thing you trust their knowledge and somewhat like when I get along with someone new can communicate with because if you can't communicate well with your account, it's GonNa be over your head or they're not gonNA. Maybe they just don't understand your business model or they don't nation that you know. So finding accountant who you communicate well with in his knowledgeable and that way you just have them for when you have those questions, you can still do this basic bookkeeping by yourself. But, you have their contact info for when something like this comes up in you need their help out for sure. I love the fact that you mentioned. You know that they that they meet down to what it is it your specialty is because. you know your personal accountant that does your personal taxes may not be qualified to do business taxes. They might not know what all of the rules in in different kinds of things are n if you outsourcing, you have clients or if you have an AIRBNB, all of these different issues have different legal you know codes and things like that..

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"That. So this is like goes beyond you looking at Your Business, and this goes into more following the rules of your. Like legal roles of Your Business, yeah what the government wants yes. Got It. Back. To let I, just want to backtrack estimated tax teams because I know that's kind of a new thing for some entrepreneurs As an entrepreneur like Nicoli mentioned earlier, you're not getting a W. Two you're paying yourself for your profits. And when you get a W, you have bike taxes withheld you have social security, Medicare taxes you have withholdings for your income tax as an entrepreneur that's not happening anymore in. So you have to be making those estimated tax payments on a quarterly basis that's just saying a here's my withholding for what I've earned so far I. Recommend you're just starting out your business you meet with an accountant to determine what that percentage is of your withholding. Typically Twenty five percent is a pretty fair estimate next twenty percent because. Fifteen percent is the vicha social security Medicare, and then another ten percent of your income tax withholding. But. That is just an estimate. So that's a definitely a personalized plan depending on. What your individual taxes look like what your business income is GonNa be.

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Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Small Business Bookkeeping Checklist - burst 1

"It's it's best stigma of like well I've never really managed money in its honestly they have these great plans in great ideas they lack the confidence. To carry through with those ideas or to really put their foot down and say, yes, this is what I'm charging or this is how much I'm saving taxes are this is my profit

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"About. Sometimes you just have to take that big bite and go for it so that you can grow right. Yeah, there's some there's always that big question it's. You know it's kind of the big leap. It's when do you make that decision to invest in something that you know upfront is GonNa, cost you more money. But you also know that it's going to help you recoup those costs much faster and social media's definitely one of them. You know we have tools like smarter Q. and a buffer and a Gore pulse in all kinds of other ones that allow you to. Automate a certain aspect of your of your. Social media so that you can come take that piece off your plate and focus on the parts of the social media that you have to spend time on, which is the relationship building so That it can't be automated, you got to humanize that exactly I mean. I love discovering new tools that make my life easier. You know for me the big eye opener was I could tell my inbox swear to send my emails so that I could focus on each particular folder based on what was time blocked me for that day. So I think it also depends on you to like there's some people that that would not be of any benefit to them whatsoever, and they would forget about emails and that so. Knowing what tools you need to be more productive to I think should be a factor in your considerations sprayed yet. Absolutely. It's one of those things where you you know you, it goes back to the what the the question what can I take off my plate right now and and that question. Even before we decide whether this is something we want to automate delegate. We need to know whether this is something that we should be taking off of our plate. So. Yeah. That's that's a great place to start. An automation is a great tool when it makes sense It's just a matter of doing the evaluation in knowing that sometimes, it's not rights. And Times it means taking that big leap in and diving.

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"So this is kind of the detail that goes into some of these automations if your head is spinning now, just imagine one more kind of thing that gets added to your plate. When, in fact, it may have been more simple for this one survey. If it was US may be a list of under one hundred people to have the online business manager. Following up with those emails in triggering something manually. So that the technology didn't have to break down and we didn't have to create such. A high level kind of thing. Right and having been an online manager who has set up some of those automations. The detail and the forethought in your thinking process is is definitely something that requires some concentration in some know how you have to know how one is going to communicate with an other and then and then predict what questions should be asked at that moment to set up the next automation in predicting all of those if then statements there's. To to some degree, a computer programming. To that. So if I'm if I go down that route and I say, yes, this is definitely what I want. To also figure out how long is it GonNa take me to recoup that investment in should I? Should I? Just delegate for a period of time. Is there a benchmark cutoff where I can say okay at this point in time I, want to delegate I mean I'm going to automate this but for now. Right, and that's one of those questions you can use to determine. That is how much would you pay somebody to do those things? How much would you pay somebody to send out those emails to manually evaluate the information to determine which email needs to be sent out or which next step? which then? Action needs to be taken. So when you can kinda calculate, how much would I pay somebody to do this and how? Over the long haul you kind of begin to look at that. That number you can evaluate in this. My husband's really good at doing this kind of stuff me not so much choice told him to go do it for me. But it's basically taking this..

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"Are going to make automation and make your life so much easier and then beyond that what I want you to start doing insane. Oh. Gosh. It would be so nice. If somebody could do this in the future I just had this great idea about a Freebie I certainly can't make this today but I would like to create one Sunday start capturing those ideas and put them in a document put them in an area in your project management tool so that when you hire your Opium or your va right? You'RE GONNA have recurring tasks like on a regular basis but then you have the this other pile of Nice to have projects that they can also start picking away from. So there's a lot you can do in the early stages long before you actually hire your team to make it really efficient and effective when you do hire You and I think it's great that you just mentioned that because especially now that a lot of businesses are going through Cova Vid, if you're in that position where maybe certain areas of areas of Your Business or scaling back but you still WanNa be building in growing and being out there in the world, you can use your team to kind of tap into some of those tabled ideas. and. Say now that we have time. Is the perfect time to really get these balls rolling, and that's what I've done with my own personal online business manager. I've given her several projects that I'm like, yeah. We might get to those later in twenty twenty, but then Kovic hit and it's like, okay well, we've had pit a little bit certain things change certain clients changed now is a great time to really move those up to the front burner and off of that burner and take action on them. Exactly but imagine if you hadn't captured them somewhere, you do scrambling and thinking I know I had some great ideas I mean it really sounds simple but it's so valuable..

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"Every ob M.. For the most part I'll be obese I. Know they also work with virtual assistant so whether you have a virtual assistant I or you start with an opium, you're going to also end up with virtual assistant. Goes, hand in hand in order for an ob 'em to be released successful or an OPS director or whatever you WANNA call that role more than that management piece they need somebody who's really good with the implementation. Right. So how do you know when you're ready when you get to a certain revenue level win you find that you're spending way more time doing all the things in your business instead of doing the stuff that used to light you up and spending time doing the things that you did in the beginning when you started this business to begin with. So when you're spending more time running your business than being. The face of your business or being in Arizona of genius than it's absolutely time and I always tell people hire before you're ready because you will be really. Grateful but you know there's a lot to that like how do I know when I'm ready? So we'll dig into that I'm sure as we go along here but. You know when you start hitting that I, I mentioned revenue number. So when you're hitting that one hundred and fifty, thousand dollar a year mark in revenue, it's time to really start thinking about outsourcing to some debris whether or not you start with a virtual assistant or you start with somebody who is managing your website, your inbox like very specific pieces of it, and then the obm really comes in when when you're starting to work upwards of that revenue number but that's not a hard and fast rule by any means I, just like to put something out there for for consideration. You know I often tell our clients you when I'm I talking to them and they asked that question. A lot of times. They'll say if you're great at managing people and you know exactly what needs to be done in how it needs to be done then you might do well with the virtual assistant, but if you're in that Oh. I'm so overwhelmed and lost, and I don't even know where to start mode than it might be best to start with that online business manager because she is going to help you dig out of the weeds and really get the systems, strategies and tools of lace. What do you think? Absolutely, and I think that that is an excellent way to put it. You first of all, ask yourself do I like managing people if it's a hell no. Then you're going to go straight for the OB and they will help you get the virtual assistant or whatever. The next team member is necessary to keep your business flowing. If you are good at that like in my case, right that was my history I was really good at managing people so. As grew my team like I started with a virtual assistant. Now I have a virtual assistant, an IBM I have a marketing director I, have all the things but I was able to start because I knew how to manage that if that's overwhelming to you that yeah..

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"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"business manager" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"Brought my guest on Today Melissa frolic and she is here she's an expert in all things on this topic and High Melissa who the heck are you. Will thank you first of all for having me, I'm so I am at certified online business manager. I, am a certified fix this next adviser, an integrator masterclass academy graduate like what is all of that mean? Is Love all things, systems and strategies so a little bit about how this came to be I was a corporate dropout because I met my husband who is active duty military so I gave up by corporate career. Step you're right. They're big supporters of the military. Thank you service. Thank you. Thank you so much. So I thought it would be super easy to just landed other job like no problem well so that really wasn't the case and coupled with the fact that I wanted to create something sustainable for myself and that was mobile because we're going to move a lot still. So I started out as a virtual assistant because what I had been doing in corporate was and executive Executive Assistant kind of a chief of staff or a really really big on multinational technology company I was flying all over the world and I was on the path to become probably a corporate trainer or something in the HR like elementary love all of that stuff. So it made sense once I learned about this term virtual assistant and I wanted to create something in the online space. that's where I got started and I worked for a couple of different agencies and I really really learned that I loved the strategy piece and kind of looking at the big picture. So that eventually led me to becoming an online business manager the integrator stuff that I mentioned looking at the strategic you know support for the owners. So I have a passion for all things virtual assistant, online business manager operations, and I kind of get real nerdy about..

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Ep 00 Preflight Check

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Ep 00 Preflight Check

"Coaching is often solo business. It's like getting into a small plane with no one else onward. If something goes wrong or if you go off flightpath, there's no one there to help guide you. You could definitely hire a coach to help you and you should by the way but coaches like an air traffic controller in the tower they're there to guide you specific intervals, but they aren't in the seat next to you for the entire journey. It co-pilot on the other hand is always with you and the co-pilot helps you with things like the pre checks, handling the communications and even navigation. The pilot may even turn over control of the flight on temporary basis if the pilot needs to step out of the car fit for a little while. A co-pilot is there to support the pilot as needed, and that's what this show is all about our goal with the coaches co-pilot is to help support you on your coaching journey. We will do that by sharing episodes focused on three key areas designed to move you and your business forward. For example, we're going to talk about business building. You often don't know what you don't know. So we're going to bring you a variety of business topics that include things like marketing admitted operations, program design, and so much more. If it's a topic, you need to build a grow your business I guarantee will cover it. Rolls GonNa Talk Productivity as a solo preneurs. Your time is incredibly valuable. Every minute counts our productivity episodes will help you find the best ways to get more out of the time that you have. And, of course, we're GONNA talk outsourcing many podcasts will have an occasional episode on Hannah outsource or delegate, but we believe it's the key to being able to have the business in the life of your dreams. If you don't WanNa be working sixty eighty hour weeks, we will explore who to outsource to and how to do it on a regular basis. But why okay not designed like a wine e two year old. But why are we launching a new podcast focused on these topics at this time? So it's time for business lesson number one. No matter. How much you love to teach you can't give everything away for free and we will we definitely love to teach. But just like you having, we have a business and making money is what keeps those doors open, right? Yes. Of course. So how do we use successfully balanced the pay it forward teaching model with hard costs of producing that which you're giving away for free because after all we do need to pay for podcast housing and editors, and talent and marketing, and all of those other things. So having a podcast isn't something we can do just for fun. Oh but we do intend to have some fun. So Yeah Plain and simple podcast. This podcast is about marketing. A well, done podcast is an extremely effective marketing tool. See if I give you enough value for free, you will be more inclined to follow him potentially hire me. Yes Oh. Sure. There'll be lots of people who listen and never ever considering hiring our company, but there will be many others who do podcasts Sir Awesome Way. To offer incredible value and build that Golden. No like entrusts factor. Besides. Do we mentioned that we love to teach and jest, and we just shared our first lesson with you podcasts are great tools for marketing to your target audience. But who the heck are we and why should you care? Well again, my name is Nicole Banda's and I am the founder and CEO of virtual eighteen and outsourcing company that helps you manage everything around. Your Business. After getting my degree in psychology spent twenty five years building businesses with almost twenty of those years being online as a productivity coach I heard from many of my clients that they just needed more time they needed to clone themselves. Virtually team was created to help coaches with the specific challenge. We offer coaches and consultants away to have their very own copilot and flight crew. Are copilot's virtual business managers that help you the pilot of Your Business. Stay on course and take over one. You need a break our flight crews consist of an amazing team of experts. The can do everything from basic. Adleman, to high level website design and development. If you need social media management, we have a crew member for that if need video or podcast editing, you have a crew member for that you name it and the crew has it handled. We are your virtual eighteen. So join us on the flight. Our goal is to make sure that every episode of the coaches co-pilot podcast brings you actionable tips and suggestions. We WanNA keep episodes to route thirty minutes, but also take longer if the topic warranted so that you can easily adjust them in a drive or a workout session. You can also join us at coaches, co-pilot, facebook group to ask questions or dive deeper into every episode I am excited to have you onboard. So buckle up and listen in. Thank you for with us today. We truly appreciate Your Business and look forward to serving you on a future flight.

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WAP (Women As Politicians)

Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis

03:02 min | 1 year ago

WAP (Women As Politicians)

"There's some goals in this house dead some goals in this house. There's some goals in this house that's going to be new chant. All what a time? It's not women's moths not women's week sunny the women's Day. But so many declarations have been made from women powerful women this week. Cardi B. Meg the stallion they had their own version is a declaration nonetheless WEAP-. I'll let you all figure it out look it up yourself best not the show for this but they stand on who they are and what they wanna represent emboldened women women who rise up take command of what they are and what they want to be how they wanNA seen how they WANNA be treated. We can learn from that in our own ways. And just last night. Joe Biden. Announced that he has selected Kamla Harris as his vice president candidate. There's some goals in this house. There's some goals in this house, the White House it is. I can see it. I'm usually not one to use this platform. For anything political however, this is beyond political. This is something that states women. Are On the rise to do magnificent things and being recognized for it is not new. And I'm so excited because. This morning. I was pointed to Luke Chapter Eight. One through three just three verses. We only get a little bit of versus but check this out. It was so profound because if you think during Jesus Day even before Jesus Rabbis did not role women. Rabbis enroll women, but Jesus did he brought them along Mary Magdalene? Joanna in one who wasn't even named. His name as business manager and Susanna four women who were cited as rolling Jesus and pretty much what they said was there were many others who were contributing from their own resources to support Jesus and his disciples. Now, we all know that women hold it down from the background. We contribute our time, our love, our affection or nurturing standing, our empathy, our support, our love we roll up the sleeves we get it done. But now women are taking a frontline role there being more visible being recognized for the contributors in this society in this modern day and age in this world that we live. I celebrate you. So I'm excited. Not because. I'm siding for any. Political. Gain. But because women are being recognized for the Shiro's. For the frontliners. For the leaders for the visionaries that we are. So why celebrate you all I salute you.

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Mark Irvine on the State of Marketing

Marketing Over Coffee

07:23 min | 1 year ago

Mark Irvine on the State of Marketing

"Good Morning. Welcome to marketing over coffee. I'm John Wall today. Our guest is Mark Irvine. He's the director of strategic partnerships. At Word Stream. GonNa talk to us about what's going on in the advertising space and we are going to focus a lot on cove nineteen in what's going on. He's done a bunch of research on how this has affected searches. And what's going on with all the ad networks so we're excited to have him with us here today. Mark thanks for joining US John. Thanks for having me. This really exciting. Let's take a step back. Talk to us about Word Stream. What do you do and how did you get there? So Word Stream is an online advertising software that agencies and advertisers alike use to manage their advertising across Google search display Microsoft Bing facebook and instagram and so effectively. A lot of what people do online is a lot of repetitive tasks. In terms of how you go about managing ad campaigns what we do is we try to supply. Yeah that's really the big thing for me when finding out about you guys and talking about what you do is just that as a marketing department gets bigger. You reach that point where you've reached the first milestone where you have one person that you're just kinda like okay you become the ads guru and they're the ones that are doing the testing and learning what's working and not working but then they hit a point where they have to roll them across all the different networks the different channels and it reaches this point where it's completely unmanageable you know. They're spending like an hour of each day in each of the tools and you guys are an alternative to that. Did you see a specific point when somebody finally just cries uncle and comes to talk to you? Is there any specific place where you tend to see people give you a call? Yeah you know. It's really interesting. Because a lot of the businesses we primarily work small businesses and a lot of the people who are working with. They're not just in charge of that one ad campaign but they're also doing email and they're also doing seo and quite frankly a lot of these small businesses they're oftentimes the owner or someone who's out in the field at the same moment in time what you can't do as you operate business what. I've learned I can't do effectively. I can't manage. People manage business manager ad campaigns and do a task all at the same time. If you're just learning paid search or if you're just learning online advertising we specifically focus on okay. Here are the seven things that you need you every single week to be successful on Google Bing facebook and as you go about adding to that yes of course google and being or Google and facebook. They all share similar concepts online. But how you go about making sure. That your touching all of your advertising equally in effectively is a learned task. Yeah I do love that idea of. It's not just. It's not a system for experts where it's a power tool that someone would go in and do all of this kind of stuff but it's really an expert system in that it's reaching out proactively using okay. Here's the things you gotta get wrapped up this week if you want this to work and and it kind of puts people on the right track. That's interesting to me though that it does go all the way down to kind of smaller businesses and people who that's not their whole job so I actually Kinda come in a lot earlier in the cycle that I thought was the case. Are there any guidelines as far as spend or like how much of the marketing mix is coming from advertising? Are there any stats there? As far as when somebody can reach this point you know we often see. We do have people who've never advertised before we have agencies who are just beginning to offer paid search to their Seo clients or what have you. They're just beginning to get in the paid search space. Broadly across the board. When I talk about thirty thousand accounts we see an average spend of about a thousand dollars a month so it's still relatively small across all of their networks but beyond that we take small businesses and we also have some some larger guys as well who use the platform for for time management just for honesty and credibility. It's one of those things that paid searches so simple to get started at so simple to feel like you know what you're doing and in that same process just dangerous enough to be bad at one of my favorite hobbies to do a google search for hotels and in your local city and then go and do the same search on bing and you'll see like expedia or priceline or these large brands off have very different ads across those two networks oftentimes inaccurate ads between the two. So it's very easy to have a large budget and still be unsuccessful on a network. Yeah Yeah I can understand that you are kind of all over the place and it's interesting to me to that it's great. That is all the way down at that thousand dollar a month price point. Because that's definitely doable for for small businesses. Especially if they're able to get a return it only a thousand dollars then. Yeah it seems like you WanNa get up and running as quickly as you can and get to the point where you're not worried about the logistics. But you're actually you know testing ads and getting some useful tweaking exactly. Logistics isn't the thing that gets anyone who has a bed in the morning. So whatever you can do to make sure that you're going in and making changes that are effective in your ad copy rather than just pressing a series of buttons and Google ads or facebook. How can you go about making change? That's GonNa Affect Your Roi. Okay now another interesting thing with your background that I wanted to touch upon love to hear about just kind of how you got to where you are but a big part of it. Is You know your data scientist for a number of years. So you have the background that that we love to talk about people kind of getting in playing with the number so tell us a bit more about your role as data scientists and how you got over there. Yeah it's really interesting. I at ridgely had no interest in marketing when I first started my career. I actually majored in math because my mother told me that. If you'd be willing to do people's math you'll always have a job. And so lo and behold I found my holden in marketing a world where traditionally people were not mathematically your data and I joined word stream about seven years ago and at the time word stream had a still a whole lot of thousands of individual clients. We had a lot of data. But what were we doing with? That data was unique to the individual account. My role as it is. Scientists was really investigating not just the role with an individual accounts. But what was going on across thousands of accounts win at change happened when the Google Surp- changed when new ad copy was tested. When they google start running out with new tests or started watching new ad formats. There are changes that people see in terms of the numbers and anecdotally. Everyone has some sense of what's going on their own account but what's going on at large. We suddenly became the largest data repository outside of Google to begin to run those numbers so I spent six seven years at word stream really just running the numbers under saying the trends in terms of what made someone successful with their online advertising our own client set and as a had all that data as I understood all of that started working closely with the individual ad networks with our partners at Google with partners Microsoft with their partners that facebook. And so now. I'm having Lengthy conversations about the changes that they're having and how I think it's going to impact our SNB's sweet

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Eurozone economy picks up in February despite weakness in manufacturing

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Eurozone economy picks up in February despite weakness in manufacturing

"Business in the nineteen country eurozone has picked up in February from a deep slump particularly in Germany's big industrial sector despite disruption from the new coronavirus report showed Friday the survey of business managers by financial from IHS Markit showed the economy expanded in February at its fullest is waiting six months the services group and trouble in manufacturing east the group's PMI index a gauge of business activity rose to fifty one point six points from fifty one point three in January the index is on a one hundred point scale with the fifty mark separating growth from

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Sante Kimes: Mother, Murderer, and Criminal Mastermind

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

10:21 min | 2 years ago

Sante Kimes: Mother, Murderer, and Criminal Mastermind

"Is is the story of the original helicopter mother sean take times and her son kenny holy shit i'm about to tell you a story that i got an jay did the research urge for me i got sources from vanity fair article from two thousand by a writer named susanna andrews called sean times mother murderer and criminal masterminds as well as wikipedia murder pedia and sean taes LA times obituary i also last night watched this made for TV movie like mother like son the a strange story of sean kennedy times it's on youtube it's so good at starring mary tyler moore sean times she's amazing she play they like the quintessential like this is the type of person we're talking about like the quintessential mary tyler moore she like out of the box she's out of the box this is not the mary the MTA AMU thought you know she's a she's a schemer and con artist and a weirdly sexual with everybody and it's very uncomfortable to watch our hero mary tyler moore be the key such a villain expressed jean stapleton is in it who if you if you aren't familiar is a great actress she was is it all in the family i stephen yes that's how she's very well know but she is a an amazing actress when you when you see her in another part you're like oh my god she's so good very different and then and gabriel olds plays kenny times and i think he is from a soap opera but he is great so anyway and that made for TV movie was based on the book the mother the sun and the socialite socialite by adrian hill so there's lots of things if the story interests you get down and dirty details in lots of ways so let me let me get into it we will start with a woman irene silverman so irene she's a retired ballerina she was in the new york city ballet accompany member but she was also an elite socialite and she lived with her husband multimillionaire mortgage broker sam silverman in an extravagant seven million dollar townhouse on east sixty fifth street in manhattan seven million seven million in the seventies oh my god yeah and so so she is an extrovert she throws parties all the time she's she's a true social fun yeah right having money she's always entertaining guests has tons of friends canopies everywhere pays can pay an canopy it's even that can the pay can i pay existence so when her husband sam passes away in one thousand nine hundred eighty irene decides that she's going to take their humongous townhouse and and turn it into like an apartment building into basically luxury apartments so on average the rents of these individual apartments go for about six thousand dollars hours a month which in today's money would be seventeen thousand five hundred dollars or an apartment for an apartment in on east sixty sixty fifth street manhattan all right write nana's so her tenants are very impressive and include such luminaries luminaries as the marquis and marchioness of northampton you know i'm reading a phonetic spelling of both of those martian of north hampton danton marcia marcia s north hampton not a martian take me to your leader day-lewis and chaka khan i would together together we don't start gossip but yes they were deeply in love with those with that cast list i'd i pay up to eighteen thousand dollars a month to live there he managed to get a camera installed so i can watch your go downstairs to get your mail and their chaka khan like hey girl what's up you know like thank you wanna go out partying let's party so okay we're going to skip ahead about twenty years after she's established he's beautiful luxury apartments now irene is eighty two years sold on june fourteenth nineteen ninety eight a young businessman from palm beach named manny garren arrives at irene's home asking if he can rent one of his apartments he is traditionally good looking like lou diamond phillips special something you know everybody has different tastes we talk talk about people being good looking at beautiful time but who knows what people like you don't get a fucking say in it that's right traditionally good-looking means if someone drew a picture that's what a good looking person look like right look hugh grant traditionally good luck traditionally good-looking right but there's lots of people who are good looking dapper eh anyhow self esteem he's good looking traditionally well-spoken very friendly very charming i'm very smooth he tells iran he was referred by a mutual friend she recognizes the name oh you know it's all great or the marchioness from it's a yeah it's the marchioness us or the marquess unfortunately manny doesn't have any ID on him can't remember his social security number and the only he doesn't have any other references but he promises he's going to get them to irene the next day and then he gives her six grand in cash for his first month's rent so ordinarily irene there's actually very careful about stuff like this but because they have mutual friend and because he's paying in cash and probably because he's traditionally good-looking incredibly charming she allows him to move in the day of day of fact that okay everyone will and also well ninety eight early days of the internet yeah that's ten and eighty two year old woman wouldn't real absolutely it was all there at our fingertips okay so over the course of the next three weeks manny goes from being a charming suave a businessman type to a creepy weirdo he never turns over the proper ID or references he will not allow irene's maids into the unit to clean which goes along with your six thousand dollar rent ready yeah kind of like hotel he always hides his face from the security camera in irene's lobby show very acorn shell and he always has strange guests in his apartment and including an older woman who seems to be there all the time john chaka khan shocker gone she would shock would never go down she knows creeps when she sees him right now in the mary tyler moore movie that i watched watched she tells when the maid comes she tells her that she is manny's assistant and is very rude to the man so she doesn't make any friends so so basically after the first week irene decide she's gonna ask manny to leave she's like you had your you had your month enough of this he flatly refuses flabby creepy can you imagine that traditionally handsome i am flatly refusing something then you're just like well i guess this is the new reality yeah because the the hawk doesn't want to right well here's what irene does 'cause she didn't take any shit she cuts off his phone line thinking that's going to get him out of there and she begins eviction shen proceedings so she's immediately kicking yourself for being nice yeah which is what happened always a mistake so on the evening of saturday july fourth nineteen ninety eight i arena has friends over 'cause it's fourth of july and they also have noticed manny's strange behavior she irene explains the whole situation and her friends are very concerned and they say you know like do you need help what he wants to do she says that she can handle it they know she's tough as his nails so you know everybody feels okay about it the next morning july fifth nineteen ninety eight irene asks one of her maids if she would run some errands for her and when the made gets back from running those errands she can't find irena anywhere in the house from the made immediately contact irene's business manager who then decides to contact like the police and when the police searched the home they don't find any signs of disturbance there's no blood inside the struggled indicate that there was violence or or an incident of any kind so they start questioning irene's friends and the tenants but manny garin is nowhere to be found and when they run a name check on on that one new mysterious tenant the name manny garin is fake so suddenly the mystery tenant is now possible suspect in iran's disappearance it just so happens that on that same night july fifth a mother and son by the name of sean taylor and kenneth times are arrested in front of the manhattan hilton holton for stealing a lincoln towncar from a dealership in cedar city utah wow yes they finally tracked them down and they get arrested so when a detective who was on the scene for the silverman case sees the story of the crimes arrest on the news he sees kenneth and says that looks looks exactly like the description of manny garin and handsome hey that guy's traditionally handsome in a way that bores me but that but then i also immediately immediately trust for reasons i can't explain so he puts it together that they are one in the same person so on july seventh nineteen ninety eight the NYPD have shontayne kenneth times properly identified and in custody and that's when they discovered that the mother and son are being tracked by the FBI as suspects for a slew of crimes across across the nation including arson fraud and murder okay so now we'll go back we'll talk a little bit about sean times she was born sandra louise sing in oklahoma city on july twenty fourth nineteen thirty four she grows up in nevada with her parents mary van horn and mahendra promising and there's almost nothing known about her childhood factually they believe that her birth certificate was forged forged so her exact origins and even date of birth are they're not sure creepy about it and the funny thing is is mary tyler moore playing sean take himes all she talks about how much she hates getting older and aging it's it's pretty funny so it would make sense that the first thing she does erase her birth sir

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