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"businesswise" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

03:04 min | 9 months ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"That this summer. To the fact that the breeders cup center and you know right we can be somewhat successful and get a winner to over the truck weather Breeze cup you know Held that this year admitted bit of sense business businesswise to give it a shutdown this year. So hopefully we have a little present cousin out there and get a win okay. Why that nice well and finally before. Kelly joins us. What's the ice cream joint When you leave tara where do you go just right back in the paddock. It in the the ground send on the left me back here again. Don't tell anyone. Can i throw next scoop on that. So i i love it. All right. good job is all right so we get a push belt hair ice cream it. They'll tara. I thought i thought you were going to mention something. You know Out there on eastern parkway or you know in in cincinnati somewhere but rod but then probably come back to lexington stop. Offer them cranking boone. Before i go home ice cream so i don't have a healthy lifestyle when i go to love it. And you know with with with jack mentioning dole tara and because we're gonna have kelly join us here momentarily. I do wanna mention one thing. There is today Today's racing up official down speaking of ohio. You've got the mike rowland memorial today that goes is the seventh and certainly every year. make a point of of noting Mike rowland was killed on track of course and You know one of the one of the sad realities and actually Since i since. I mentioned this. Let me also mention The you you've got to be stabled. Eric reid i imagined lexington and One of eric's One of eric's exercise writers and lost his son the other day in peru skilled twenty seven year old at a successful rider. One euginio and rigas and When i saw the mike role sort of had mentally noted that i saw eric reid make make that notice on facebook and so hearts go out to the enrica rica's and in fact one in rica's came to the us and and road just a little just a little bit. i know. I know he was Remember when you know there was notice that he was going to try to start a.

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"businesswise" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"That shit was all austin so because of that. Because of just the circumstances. I'm going to have to go with hogan because i was actually planned. They were trying to figure out who the third member of the was. I think it was supposed to be staying originally and hogan's like fuck. No i want a piece of that pie with the backup. Here's a backup okay. So because of that because it was actually planned in office a writing team were behind it. Piecing together i would have to go with hogan Obviously the end of yo in austin three sixteen rival each other. I don't know it was more popular. What sold more often singlehandedly. Sold more shirts. But i think did the nwa sell just as many shirts as a unit. Yeah i have no idea. Both them change wrestling But austin was austin's wasn't a. He'll wasn't a face. Turn austin did it to himself. He was talking about not scripting shit and going with the crowd and he turned to the crowd. Yeah so it wasn't the office that did that. So i think the answer by default has to be hogan's yields a question like this isn't how i think but do you look at it in terms of the fact that austin basically save the wwf. Yes so they are still around because of austin. Do you look at that. In any way and think maybe businesswise austin's was better because of awesome doesn't turn face which i mean you could say you got turned by the fans but if they never give him a chance like they wouldn't today they wouldn't do what they did with him today. Wwf doesn't exist and we're talking about ww right now. Maybe because you know turner almost fucked up to but businesswise he look it that do devon when did. When did austin turn face. The official term is wrestlemania. Thirteen after the heart match. He was ill to that. Point was fifty fifty face when he was he was pretty much a hill taunting. I don't even like. I remember that match but i had noted that huge face turkey. You know like to me like austin graduating. Yeah turned flowers like the the double switch. Basically whichever one it wasn't so defined right now you know as like that's the face turn he'll turn his iconic is the hogan he'll turn is the most memorable fucking he'll turn. It's it's it's it's more memorable than fuck in sean putting putting mardi through the fucking barber shop window it was. It was a genius decision. A fucking genius dishes decision to me the n. w. turn was a lot better as far as i mean it's states save. Wcw right Wcw even pro like how long were the outsiders in wcw before they announced hogan as well they were only there for a couple of months months prior to even steven scott hall showing up w was still a little hokey right. There were the old guys. Yeah and nash and hall showing up gave it some edge. I remember being like what the fuck is. Ramon doing their. What's diesel doing. They're coming out of the crowd is fucking genius and then all of a sudden they fucking hit you with the fuck in haymaker with hogan turning It was genius so to me. Even though i was a huge austin fan then w hogan turned was better business now did it last no obviously like bad contracts. They're throwing money you know. A lot of these old vets are kind of like looking for like the the cakewalk contract. You know where they just show up for tv. And that's it and they put so many people in the nwa and they put too many people and europe and and.

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"businesswise" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey

"The olympics adding something that the nhl very much wants to avoid a conflict between the postseason and the olympics and also obviously next offseason is going to be huge because the sale cracking are going to be officially kind of ramping up in getting ready for their debut season. I'm sure the initial wants to give them. You know as much of a clear runway as possible because once it has it's full thirty two teams you know then it can really start to take advantage of that new big market in seattle. I think there's a lot of high expectations for how that team's going to perform businesswise for sure and we'll see if they can duplicate the night success but especially because of the business angle. I think the nhl is going to try to give seattle every chance to succeed in the hopes that probably back can be kind of a buoy for them with all the losses that they've been taking because of covid nineteen the battle of course if they decide to shorten the season is how players get paid in. That instance. are they going to get paid. What their contracts as they get paid for eighty two games or if say they play seventy two games which is what the nba is going to do. The nhl players receive seventy to eighty seconds of their paycheck or will the players fight for the full amount on their contract..

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"businesswise" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Much dough. Yeah, that's why we're here. Yeah, Yeah. Alright, well done well done. Almost to the end of the year. We are on the way for 2020. Be over. No, just start start really going to start. Oh, yeah, There's this one done with Mr New Years is going to be 2020. No, because I'd hate to have the chance to relive it. OK, Good point. Let's get it off. Put this thing away if you were I know Cove. It is the umbrella under which we live. But as the years coming to an end Any highlights you'd like to share because we've got to find some something uplifting and positive. There's eyes past year. Like what? Look at all the people that families have gotten together and now realized that they had to redo their home some upgrades and not only that look at all the properties that people actually Became gardeners, owners and and no, no serious that they really updated their homes. They realized that maybe they needed a bigger home or they didn't need a bigger home. They just needto update it. Um, I think this although there was some difficulty times, I think ah, lot of good came out of it. The honors with you If you could look at the bright side, right, Richard of people have learned. What it's like to really be together. 24 7, They learned to cook more. They've learned legless head guarding growing vegetables or herbs or some art. Gardening. Gardening, gardening, gardening gardening. It's abbreviated and he speaks in shorthand really loved her. And it's good for us and you because a lot of people have lived in their house. Really lived in their house, and they decided what they don't like about it. And so they want to do a new kitchen or put little addition on or for you. They want to up, sell or or, you know, downgraded right, you little smaller place, so it's actually At the market going in our market in our company. Homeworks. It's all local. No going back a year ago or two years ago, it was, you know, some mainland people coming in buying a property and building a new house or whatever. For buying an old house and having us renovated But now it's just it's all local people. So that's good. So end of the day. Still an upside as you're looking ahead to 2021. What do you anticipating Businesswise Strategies, plans anticipation. We'll let you know next week. Thank you. Because you know in 22, because this is a pretty ah Here. Depends. What happens with a lot of it does both now three days away. Family was hearing. Yeah, By the way, the gentleman in the studio now will be in the studio Tuesday night. Election night coverage. It's featuring the GoodFellas and So we'll be together at 6 P.m.. We'll be together with Bottles, Wine and Ruth's Chris and we may open up a bottle of champagne, but we are one way we just don't know the beginning or the end. So two nights in at that time without a doubt. Alright. So near the end of the year project wise, What do people gravitate to doing? We have Ah Halloween holiday It is today. Thanksgiving's What about three weeks away or so if you want to spruce up, want to improve? Want to do something? What would you recommend in this short window? We could tear their house down and build a new one by Thanksgiving. Good. Yeah, what apartments? But that's just like on TV. It's a monopoly house, but it's a high so you know, matchbooks. The model. Yes, really. What I would recommend is doing some outdoor lighting Some of the solar lights, you know, I mean, That you put around your yard when people walk up, so it's a little bit illuminated at night, so somebody doesn't fall. Other than that I can do three weeks. Well, no, I think I'd use a lighting. I mean, could you track not track lighting, But I mean upgrade lighting change out colors. Electrician's in there and get a price and buy time it that's a little bit more difficult by Thanksgiving. So I would just do some minor things maybe could do a little bit of painting. Yeah, spruce up something that maybe some flooring in but three weeks is pretty tight. I think you use the time to actually know what you want to do for next year for January February, so let's say you do wantto ad that edition on You know, start to get the estimates now. Start to you want to remodel your kitchen is not going to not going to do before the holidays, but you could prepare to have it completed or started in January or February. So I would say, use this time to do that meat with Homeworks. And Jim Yes. Or Jim on Homeworks and Jim and at home at home work, and then this and just really sick. Okay, You know what we do Want to add that edition on We do want to upgrade our bathrooms or kitchens or whatever, and you know we're not going to get it done before the holidays. So let's um that's me figure out a plan what we're going to take for permitting what is going to and can we get this done by February? I think that's really what you use this time of the end of the year. You're right about that. And Like just looked at a project where they want to add a a big garage in a big rec room for a family Anticipating when things are back to normal, like, have a It's a rec room with a small little wet bar. Bathroom and the whole rest of places were wide open and then On a detached from that. Don't add a deal because their thinking is OK. This is going to get over. We have this property we're going to do. In addition for the garage in the rec room, why don't we add a separate A do you? And so we get get some income, and so it makes it makes all the sense in the world. You mentioned a word earlier and I'm just asked on both sides. Erviti. As far you know, as grow and all that entails permitting obvious with your business. How's it? How's it doing? Have we improved? Over the past year, Covitz screw everything up. Were things on track to become more efficient. How we doing there? Always there always trying talking about making it more efficient sometimes get a little better than those falls back a little bit. It still takes a long time to get a permit permits and The harder the more complicated the project, the longer it takes for the permit. In other words, if it's not a really steep slope or by the ocean Yeah, yeah, in a flood zone, so there's a lot of things involved. Slopes are tough because you have to worry about the water run off. So you have to have Ah. I say it right Hydraulic. Come here, No engineer. I'm drawing a blank. But somebody who specialize in water and water runoff to come in and do an analysis of your property. So there's a lot of lot of things involves so Those kind of permits take a little bit longer than let's say just a flat lot in Pearl City. A lot lot much easier, but we were hearing I mean, on the morning show people calling up it's taken a year. I'm just trying to make a politically correct. I'll just make a quick comment on that. But I think Permit process is just so flawed to begin with. But now they even use a excuse more of hers over his call, But we can't do this. We can't do that visits cause you're always in your office looking at the dark plans anyway, said that Inspector out. Look at the Property. And pushed his permits through it. It's just Not lives. Yeah, I'm not going to come up with that one. Okay. New York Giants are playing the late game. The Giants big boobs. You mentioned something about during escrow with Yeah, OK, so it's super super important. Don't just Do this work on your home and not have the permit and think you're going to get away with it. And I'm gonna put my house up her cell and we're going to be fine. No, that's not how it works. And then you don't tell your realtor that there's no permit for that room. We're gonna pull up tax records we're gonna find out anyway. What then? You're not going to hide it. And then when you run to get your house sold to get the after the fact permit, it's so much more difficult..

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"businesswise" Discussed on Geek Freaks

Geek Freaks

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Geek Freaks

"Why Not Partner with eighteen years like I'm just thinking businesswise now arnold eighteen t t mobile or something like that, and there's like five bucks a month you guys get unlimited streaming on your device. Awesome. They made that you can fold in so many other brands with them to be breaking the money twenty. Now, thinking twenty bucks a month, you get the device you get, you know the eighteenth streaming package plus game pass. I mean that right? There sounds like it's a good deal on both sides. I think we'll be, smart. Arkansas Felicity he spector your big Fan. The idea that works out really well for. One percent. Oh. Yeah. Well, the thing I really liked about this when I heard about, it was like, okay look have the xbox in the living room, but I'll have the sticks in the bedroom in this room in that room. Like I really WANNA finishes. Or something like that. I'll just take it to the bedroom benched it up and go to bed they be really cool. Right my here, academia fans you guys you're in luck you're GONNA have a new video game coming to the Iowa's an android. It's called my hero academia ultra impact named. This is going to be using GOTCHA is model. So John, familiar with the term gotcha. Okay Yeah It's it's a Japanese origin, but really sounds close to our Gotcha and it is pretty closed because it uses loop boxes and Michael transactions at to keep the thing going and a lot of times you'll notice a lot of the fans at the John Mara notice everything has a star rating like Oh, this character has a five star rating, which is really good or this one. The three really sucks, and you always try to get those five star when because they have a little bit better stats. So it's really becoming popular. Are you familiar with any gave uses the star ratings you Kinda you can buy packages to unlock them. I'm thinking of a overwatch. I don't think it changes the rallies at all. Yeah. So this is like if the characters had had eagle by characters boxes..

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Im obsessed with Tik-Tok! How can I make money from it?

Side Hustle School

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Im obsessed with Tik-Tok! How can I make money from it?

"Hi, Chris. This is Kelly from Los Angeles and I am obsessed with Tiktok. How can I make money from it? I was late to every social network and I don't want to miss my chance this time. Now, I see people using Tiktok in lots of ways in some thirteen year olds have millions of followers. I'm not thirteen and don't have millions of followers but I'm getting good at making short comedy videos based on the stand up work I do. But. How do I go from people liking my videos to getting paid there seems to be a missing link. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you Kelly. So glad you're out there I will be. Keeping my fingers crossed for your tiktok career. Now seriously folks have you seen gummy bear Adel just google that if you have not discovered that and some of my detailed research into this question and also from watching videos in the middle of the night Google that phrase gummy bear del, you'll see a recreation of Adele's classic hits being performed by an audience of multicolored gummy bears, and of course, are many re-creations of this video with more gummy bears and paper cranes and other small object cover bands. It's crazy what people put out these days like I said, a lot of talented people out there also a lot of people with a lot of time on their hands. But all good now as for the question is is tough. Okay. Because there are a lot of thirteen year olds with millions of followers. I'm not totally sure I always understand all of it myself whenever I make this show or give advice I try to be aware of my own experiences and constraints and biopsies and such but I would say just just kind of looking at it big picture don't mistake your social media following for customers I know way too many people with large followings on lots of networks who don't actually do that. Well, on the business side this is kind of like the the secret of you know some of this influence re world in Florence. Murray, just made that word up because they don't have a product. Then there are lots of people who have very little social profile. They actually don't post very much at all and they're not really engaged in that world, but they do very well businesswise. So it's just a question of like what are you trying to focus on? What are you trying to accomplish and I would say one thing that would help if someone is going this route is to connect their online fame to some kind of service or product from the beginning. So if you're a comedian, you know sell tickets to shows virtual or otherwise and do that actively and frequently from the beginning. And include on your profile page where people can support your patriots just for example, it could be something else same thing if you're a musician, make it clear that you're actually trying to accomplish something through this process, you don't oversell you'd want to over promote but at the same time like having that connection to something is not just important. I, think it's vital and of course, wherever you can encourage that legion of fans all those followers to migrate away from just following you on one network because networks do come and go even the big ones to following you on several or downloading your podcast or joining your emails like. Actually choosing to be, you're not just clicking follow button on one particular network. That's how you'll establish more lasting meaningful and ultimately valuable connections.

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How can I make money using TikTok

Side Hustle School

03:09 min | 1 year ago

How can I make money using TikTok

"Hi, Chris. This is Kelly from Los Angeles and I am obsessed with Tiktok. How can I make money from it? I was late to every social network and I don't want to miss my chance this time. Now, I see people using Tiktok in lots of ways in some thirteen year olds have millions of followers. I'm not thirteen and don't have millions of followers but I'm getting good at making short comedy videos based on the stand up work I do. But. How do I go from people liking my videos to getting paid there seems to be a missing link. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you Kelly. So glad you're out there I will be. Keeping my fingers crossed for your tiktok career. Now seriously folks have you seen gummy bear Adel just google that if you have not discovered that and some of my detailed research into this question and also from watching videos in the middle of the night Google that phrase gummy bear del, you'll see a recreation of Adele's classic hits being performed by an audience of multicolored gummy bears, and of course, are many re-creations of this video with more gummy bears and paper cranes and other small object cover bands. It's crazy what people put out these days like I said, a lot of talented people out there also a lot of people with a lot of time on their hands. But all good now as for the question is is tough. Okay. Because there are a lot of thirteen year olds with millions of followers. I'm not totally sure I always understand all of it myself whenever I make this show or give advice I try to be aware of my own experiences and constraints and biopsies and such but I would say just just kind of looking at it big picture don't mistake your social media following for customers I know way too many people with large followings on lots of networks who don't actually do that. Well, on the business side this is kind of like the the secret of you know some of this influence re world in Florence. Murray, just made that word up because they don't have a product. Then there are lots of people who have very little social profile. They actually don't post very much at all and they're not really engaged in that world, but they do very well businesswise. So it's just a question of like what are you trying to focus on? What are you trying to accomplish and I would say one thing that would help if someone is going this route is to connect their online fame to some kind of service or product from the beginning. So if you're a comedian, you know sell tickets to shows virtual or otherwise and do that actively and frequently from the beginning. And include on your profile page where people can support your patriots just for example, it could be something else same thing if you're a musician, make it clear that you're actually trying to accomplish something through this process, you don't oversell you'd want to over promote but at the same time like having that connection to something is not just important. I, think it's vital and of course, wherever you can encourage that legion of fans all those followers to migrate away from just following you on one network because networks do come and go even the big ones to following you on several or downloading your podcast or joining your emails like. Actually choosing to be, you're not just clicking follow button on one particular network. That's how you'll establish more lasting meaningful and ultimately valuable connections.

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"businesswise" Discussed on First Match

First Match

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on First Match

"Okay. So you may known my guest today as the real life legit president of WCW. Maybe it was easy e uncle, Eric the king of controversy, the brains behind the end W O on and the screen onscreen Jim Raw bestselling author and podcast her. But to me dude, the man that literally changed the way I did radio over a decade ago. Eric Bischoff welcomed the first match I'm associated to be here and I know we tried to schedule this last week or the week before my schedule got a little crazy last week some very unexpected Travel came up from businesswise. So I had the juggle a bunch of things around. So I apologize for the delay and burr grateful for your patients. Hey, man it's all good. I'm just glad that you decided to come on the show. So let's just jump in the first match time machine. WE'RE GONNA go back to the very beginning you grown up in Detroit let's talk early life and where your love pro wrestling came from. Well I grew up. In, an area known as East Detroit. Or was known as East Detroit back. Then I think they've changed the name of it recently over the last decade or so whatever but a ten mile and Gresh it for anybody that's familiar with the Detroit area or east side of Detroit. is the kind of general area I grew up with a very. I would say the lower middle income kind of environment so much suburban, Detroit you know in the fifties and the sixties. It was all you know suburbs that were built very quickly, very inexpensively to to accommodate the tens of thousands of people that were coming in from all over the country to work in the automotive plants. So there was a lot of kind of blow blue-collar Llorente blue-collar kind of communities that I grew up in and actually for what it was. It was a great life as a kid but was anxious to get out and that's why I fell in love with wrestling Saturday mornings, men, and my little brother Mark would be home alone because mom and dad had go to work and mom had to go grocery shopping and we only had one car. So they left the two kids at home and we commanded control the television from about eight o'clock in the morning to the afternoon that my friend is when I felt a little bit professional wrestling. So who are you watching it that point? Who are the stars that are sticking out to you? As. Soon. As a while ago, right We're talking a little over half a century now. Why did you have to ask me that question like age? I have no choice but to reveal how freaking old. You're such a Dick. The first time I've been calling. I would say Bubble resil- was was big at the time Sheikh original originally was big at the time I. Remember Dick the bruiser and guys like that. Those were some of the names but man I was like you know seven eight nine years old at the time. So it wasn't until later on that I started really becoming fans of individual wrestlers when I was seven eight years old I was just I was just a fan of the spectacle I just love watching big guys beat the hell out of each other was better than seeing it in my. My grade school cafeteria. Yeah I just fell in love with that but it wasn't until later on that I started really recognizing stars. Okay. Well, you did A lot. So from growing up kind of digging wrestling as kid like a lot of us did you did a lot of things before you actually got involved in pro wrestling list of things here including. Acting in a training video for bank employees. You did you andro.

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"businesswise" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"businesswise" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"You know to a fairly common term in these circles like the people that know about it. They're like Oh. Okay beginning its DEVOPS, and if they don't they at least see the word Dev, which means developing an OPS, which is operations and they're like. Wow, this is pretty. Technical but yeah, it's just. Yes? It's really just an extension of what it was doing before as a lot of time in it doing software, development and testing than automation and I like there's. Pretty much no problem that. We can't handle. You know so. What's made it consultancy out of it? Yeah excellent. And I suppose, why don't you do that? It could grow. Did it grow unexpectedly bigger than you expected it to or. Did naturally grow did. Yeah well when I started off, it was just me I was a solar per noor and. I would have you know full time forty hours a week. It was me and then when I start getting ready to get done with the project I'd lineup another one lineup. Another one and I thought that was out was always going to be. But I actually had a time where. I had three clients and I said Oh shoot. I don't have I can't do all this work myself so ahead to hire somebody in unfortunately I. You know there was somebody lined up that. Had, expressed interest in learning automation and I got a chance to talk with them, and I said you know. I think you've got what it takes and. I know it's going to be some on my part, but I'm GONNA help train. Get to where you need to be I think. A LOT OF POTENTIAL He sure did I mean he's rind projects within six months, so he did. An amazing job is awesome. Yeah but yeah I didn't expect that to happen I. Just sort of. You know kept doing lead generation, and and kept getting introduced by people who had work, and then I was like Oh, I had had two projects. Come in I had one in flight already. Two projects came in. Day After another and that was both while we're on vacation with my family, and we're like shoot. Is Wild, so. kind of a is kind of relaxing because I mean. We liked the get more money, but coming back to that that amount of stress. Oh my goodness one. Yeah. It's good if he can run on autopilot and just sit back and less if he was doing in. Have the money wrote in, but sometimes Makkinen. United States stuff yourself responsibility. Stay with nate. Really Yeah, it is, that's that's something I had to learn. I never knew any better I mean I don't have formal training and go to school to be a business owner. I went to school to me Nerd and Reading books like the email revisited where they talk about work on your business, not inter-business and now it was just like a mind blowing. Oh my goodness. I didn't even thing and. They're always just seems to be the right pocket. Knowledge of the right person that comes along and just impacts my life and unlike. Is Really Cool. This is really neat. I'd learning things at just the right time. It's exciting man. Yeah Yeah! So what challenges did you face as she built the business? Really trying to develop mental toughness I. Know, there's there's a huge amount of stuff that goes on. As, you're building something like a business. It seems like the whole Universe is out to keep you down. And they're really not. It's just our own minds or are wired up to one to conserve energy like Oh. Don't burn calories on that. Just find something stable and roll with it right, and it's like I literally can't do that, so I'm constantly at at battle with myself with my own mind but also just. There's different. There's there's different things you never know what you're going to get into a really find out what you're made of, and it's like. Yeah, you. You can't be Brita failure. Either those another thing that are realized and just learning that failures data is just information. And it doesn't mean you suck. It doesn't mean like you're a bad person. It just means hey, we. We made a decision based on what we had. And Hindsight's twenty twenty, but not to beat yourself up and. Just within the last. Say the last year. It is just developed so much. so much grit. So much resilience and It's it's amazing. I know I can't describe it any other way, but just the hardest part of it. The hardest part of building business is stretching yourself getting past your own limits giving yourself permission to do awesome things and. To step out of your comfort zone as hard man that ever happened to you like. It's been like for you if you ever had to. You had laid stretched. Pasture, limits or anything or Well Yeah. I. Mean Worked as a firefighter end always doing so sports and stuff not now. So on the non business sides are find myself being busy. And also oxycodone lot stress at the same time right, but businesswise supposed to even will they staff with Podcast and coaching? Speaking can get busy. Sometimes minority wished I had A. Virtual assistant in different connor stress Oh to the one I had when I was working. Yeah? Not as not as your job, but I'm sure. It has its place. Over Nice. Ed Stressful Yeah Yeah, so it's like know before you went into business. It's a different confeing. Doing your computer it work, but Yeah I didn't this stuff now in China so F-. But multitask, but you know just trying to put everything together. Really in Audie wished. I had an extra pair of hands to help things. In. Pushing stuff out. The really do not used to doing this. Stuff that can be a wellness suppose but. Otherwise around it really It's just handy to have an extra log. Eventually had some stuff than they really to to help out yet to employ some people. But have you ever had to lay people off?.

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"businesswise" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm like, What's the deal? I mean your friends doing Okay, Psycho? No, he's doing great. He is not working. My son's working two jobs right now and like he's pulling down more cash than I am because of the deal, and it's the PPP and and, you know, he had a gig and how he doesn't on and on and on. I want to quit and get him on Try, Mike. It doesn't work like that. You don't You don't quit what you're doing and you have government giving money. You have to get displaced. So we had this great dialogue. But you can understand people that are working, making less money than people that are on the sidelines or making it is some somewhat frustrating. Yeah, it can be, But you have to realize the economy and the way it works is you need everybody working and you know what? I feel blessed that I could still work every day that our company has kept us going and that there's a lot for us to do. But there are a lot of companies that that really rely on customers. Whether it's that you're a car dealer. And nobody was coming in a real estate agent who has no business. All of that drops away and then all the people who worked to them are pretty much out of jobs to do to keep this economy going, The government said. This really is going to turn into a stimulus package on and these loans will be forgiven. So we're gonna put this out there so you can keep your staff going keeps the economy going. I mean, and we saw the unemployment numbers as they went through. The spring and into early summer, there were really high. There are a lot of people out of jobs, and this was something that really that really did help the economy clearly marked you. You can't really talk about Columbus business in the summer, especially without talking about sports way had Dan Sullivan, tournament director for the memorial on earlier this morning, and I mean we were kind of joking about it, but I mean, you go from literally having 40,000 paying fans on the grounds. Monday or Thursday, Friday Saturday Sunday, Then they cut it down to 8000 fans and now no fans, Businesswise that has to be a giant, enormous pinch on them. Yeah, that was such a It happened so fast. The PGA really wanted the memorial to be the first event of the season that would have would have fans walking the grounds. But when they saw the numbers in Franklin County in Ohio, I think they did the right thing by pulling the plug on it, But, yeah, That raises so much money for Childrens Hospital. It raised so much money in the Dublin area and brings in so much to the economy locally. That was a huge blow. But you know is everybody's kind of reassessing right now is the numbers. They're going back up. Trying to figure out how do we do this the best way and keep everybody safe. And I think the P J in this one in this case really didn't have much of a choice. They saw what was happening in headed over you. And then you look over at Ohio State. I mean, we got word from Jean Smith yesterday that well, I mean, we knew earlier in the week that their voluntary workouts were being hold ID. Now we know that it's just going to be conference schedule and again when you talk about the business of it, I mean, I know fans or cheese. Don't get to see Oregon. Buffalo and on and on and on. But when you talk about the business of it, and what the football program a means to the school and be a means to the other 35 varsity sports, this is again another potentially huge, huge hit. Yeah, that is huge. The football program brings in so much revenue for Ohio State and does help offset the cost of all those other sports that if I was an athlete at Ohio State in one of the other sports that needs help from the football program, I'd be really worried about how things are going to go. You have coaching staff you have As student athletes, and then you have all of the peripheral moneymaking opportunities that really are going down the tubes right now, Um, the here Jean Smith yesterday say after the Big 10 Decided to pull it on Lee into conference play, he said. He's really concerned that there won't be football this fall. You also have to really worry about the safety of your athletes were not sure how many of their athletes had positive test for Corona virus. This past week, But it was enough. I guess toe have them set down the rules, no more voluntary practices, so it's going to be really interesting to watch what happens at Ohio State. And other schools around the country. As this goes on, no doubt. I mean, that's that's the thing and, you know big tends one of the power five conferences so sometimes as they go, so goes the rest of the country. I tell you what, mark great stuff As always, We appreciate the time in the perspective..

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"businesswise" Discussed on Network & Spill

Network & Spill

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Network & Spill

"From Danielle, DOT COM and I haven't done it episode so episode at least in a while. I'm excited to be here I'm excited that you are year. Thank you so much for tuning in. However you've found me, I appreciate you and I'm really excited about this episode so in twenty. Nineteen I did a six month twenty nineteen. Checking on as you may or may not. Not Know One of my most like anticipated excitable exciting episodes is the one that I do at the end of the year. It's called my year end reflection guide. It's a graphic. That went viral on Pinterest. That everybody seems to love and it's just an exercise I love doing I think most of the women who I speak to who I work with WHO I'm friends with really enjoy journaling. journaling and like writing things out of taking the time to actually sit with their thoughts in their goals in their dreams, aspirations and figure out ways to show better and the self-reflection guide is really a great way to do that. The questions are fun and I'm just kind of fun to look back on it I know for me I've had cleaners since high school and I've kept a lot. Lot of those planners, actually since junior high whatever on and I keep them and I look back at the minimum always aglow. You know this is so interesting or I can't believe that happened in their. Wow, that's crazy in the memories, right? There's so many things that happen to us on a daily basis on a weekly monthly quarterly basis. Why not track some of that at least annually so? The self reflection guide is a lot of fun for me to do, and I've been doing that now. I think this'll be my third year doing it in the winter, but I'm just so much fun so the six month. Check in kind of similar I. Ask you a different set of questions. We go through a different set of questions, so if you are not driving if you're sitting at home if you are maybe at your office, maybe you're back from your. Stay at home order whatever wherever you are. If you do have like I don't know be twenty minutes. If you'd like. Just sit with me and go through these questions. I would absolutely love that It shouldn't take you that long. In. Obviously, you can listen to this video slowly or quickly as you want right, you can go through each question with me. You can either write them. Town may create another graphic for this I have time this. This weekend love to actually do that for you. Guys, so keep me posted on. If that something, you would like and then you can just think about you don't have to write it down. You don't have to like do any special journaling or anything like that, but for those of you who are like me in love to journal in love your different notebooks in your fancy pens navy. Some stickers is will absolutely be fun for you so. I know that Kobe nineteen has kind of. Changed a lot of our goals and a lot of things that he maybe thought we had in plan for twenty twenty and I say the it may have changed your goals because I had two goals to travel abroad like Barcelona and me and my sister elise. We were about to get it all the way pop in, but it didn't happen, and it's not going to happen this year, so you know some of our goals whether they were more interpersonal. Or Businesswise Wise. You know they just changed so i. want us to take the time to sit and think about what goals you now have right? How are you going to pivot? Because we've been sitting with this whole cove in nineteen shift for awhile outrage, it's been months actually kind of been the entire year, so I think most of us have some kind of grip or Or maybe even way to manage as they move forward, and we're still figuring out day by day. You may not have a very tight grip. Maybe they're loose grip, but my point is. You have been working through the motions. You have been waking up and doing your thing each day to the best of your ability, and so now that we have this elephant in the room. Room right? How are we going to maneuver him? He's been in this room for a bit. And how are we going to move forward and continue to thrive as best we can so alleged. Take a look at at maybe something that you did right down for twenty twenty. You're think about some of the things that you had planned for yourself and just write down some of. Of the goals that you have now. They just Redo your goals list. It's completely fine I. Think people sit down in our like you need to have skulls in you need to do this by in a really is no right or wrong way to accomplish your goals. It really does like work differently for different people right just like there are different ways, people lose weight. Or connect with people all or make Pasta Salad. Is Different ways so cigarette or expense for you, but don't be afraid of revisiting your goals. Don't be afraid of sitting down and doing them again. Don't of sitting down and doing again. Adding taking away stuff, you can take away goals. I've had to take away some of my travel goals. It's fine. I take it away I just backburner. Are Celona will happen. I was just telling one of my coworkers I'm like look I realize you were trying to Italy for your wife's birthday, but Italy's not going anywhere. That's the best part about this. It's not going anywhere. We'll still get the opportunity to go. That's not going anywhere and it sucks that we can't go right now, but we will be able to one day, so let's backburner that goal and just focus on smuggles. It's completely fine. It's not the end of the world. People are dying, So let's make sure we're not. Being super dramatic which you know I get. Sometimes it's hard not to be super dramatic vote. Yes, sit down number one down. Redo your goals list. Just write them down. Maybe you didn't do it in January. No Shade, no judgment. Just sit down and do now. What do you WANNA do for the rest of twenty one? Because? If you're like, you know what screw it I'm throwing in the towel for twenty twenty. I really think that you should we consider doing that. Because you're isn't isn't over. And you really could turn around and get a Tanisha done. We've watched all of the sports where people were doing poorly in the beginning in the first two quarters in the first quarter rate depending.

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"businesswise" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I think your point is a good one in that this could hurt the NFL Businesswise. The NFL, at least on the surface has come around, too. To the way of thinking that Kaepernick kneeling was a peaceful protest and that it should be supported certainly better supported than the NFL was doing before. But they may not be representative of their fan base that chunk of the fan base that decided to turn off the game. We don't know that all those people who left watching the NFL all left for that reason. But it did coincide with Colin Kaepernick and others kneeling during the anthem during the anthem, not kneeling for the anthem. I've gotten chastised for that before he's not kneeling for the anthem, he's kneeling during the anthem. Okay? Tony, you're not alone. I look. There's a lot of people that feel that way. The flag means different things to different people, and that's the beauty part of our country. Is that the very freedom that the flag represents is the freedom that allows people to peacefully protest. You know, as far as commercializing it, our guy's getting paid to meal, you know? I don't know. Never say never. I that just that thought never crossed my mind that all of a sudden the guys would turn kneeling during the anthem into some sort of endorsement opportunity. And I don't get the sense from anybody any of the players who have been out spoken about their right to kneel and who have said we're going to kneel during the anthem. None of them have struck me as somebody who's all of a sudden going to take that. And commercialize it. I'm doing it because they feel a certain way. Time. One hour in that went by fast the 55 to 1 to four. CBS If you want to get in 85212 4227 will take more of your phone calls in our number two So if you're on hold, stay there. We'll come out of the chute in our number two talking to John Perrotto. Who is a contributor for many publications, including USA Today and Baseball Digest, and we'll get his thoughts. On baseball. Getting the season started back up..

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Mickey Drexler's Formula for Turning Retail Around

The Business of Fashion Podcast

11:46 min | 2 years ago

Mickey Drexler's Formula for Turning Retail Around

"Welcome to inside fashion on the podcast. This week. We have a very special conversation with someone who has come to be known as merchant Prince of fashion. Mickey Drexler grew up in the Bronx working at his dad's company in the garment district and then carved out a legendary career working at Bloomingdale's Bloomingdale's and Taylor the gap and J. Crew. These days Mickey is working with his son on a new brand called Alex melon in his conversation with B.. JIO FS chief correspondent in New York. Lauren Sherman he shares his advice for young executives working with creative partners. Here's Mickey Drexler inside fashion. So Mickey thank you for being here happy to be here. Let's start from the beginning. Are Your parents or your parents in retailer apparel or anything that I My Dad worked worked in the garment business. New York City We grew I grew up in the Bronx and he had like a lot of other First Generation Jewish families whatever he worked in the garment business. He worked By buttons and piece goods for coat manufacturer named Jill Junior and my mom always worked. She was ill From Twenty eight years old she had cancer and passed away. Wait fifteen years later from a Being a chain smoker in those days no one really knew that cigarettes actually killed you so So she but she always worked as a secretary at the Y. M. Ha So they both worked hard. I had no siblings but I had seven cousins. Who Live down the St and three of my mom's sisters so as an extended family well it was the y m h a a young men's Hebrew Association? WHO's in the South Bronx Bronx? I went to overnight camp where she was a secretary for the summers At the camp camp because she worked it was affiliated with ym Ha and growing up. Did you think you would go into the same business. Your Dad was well I I didn't think anything as a kid I I only worried about. I worried about a lot of stuff. 'cause I was a worrying kid but I didn't really think about what I do who I always dreamt that my dad would be a successful. Because that's what he talked and dream about he talked about always Wanting wanting to kind of de successful he never was by any measurement Successful at what. He did He worked for a kind of a boss who you know. I heard about all the time who didn't treat him as kindly maybe As he might. That's true a lot of bosses and he wanted to be. I'll use the word big shot. Now this is in the sixties in the Bronx and So I didn't really know what I wanted to do. I had no idea it would be the garment business But I always worked starting at a young age my teenage years going because he kind of forced me to go into work with him on holidays on Saturdays Saturdays so I went to work for the coat. Company ticketing coats a Aaron's the shipping carrying samples to the other people in stores etc.. Did you know Ralph Lauren. Growing up because he grew up in the Bronx right. He was on Masha Loop Parkway. I was Barnes Avenue He I went to high school at Bronx sites across much Lou Parkway did you do you remember when he hemas coming up in the late sixties. I remember him exactly. 'cause I always followed people who did things that I admired. I was at Bloomingdale's started Sixty nine working at bloomingdale's and I remember Ralph. I didn't know him personally. But he came in selling selling wide ties to the men's department and it was like revolutionary and so I didn't know him but you know because I worked at Bloomingdale's I A new people who bought ties from him. So I always looked at. Ralph is someone. I admired immensely. What he did and at Bloomingdale's did you do the retail program? I know a lot of the department stores used to have these great training programs. Very lucky. In the sense first day was in housewares. I couldn't stand it I was trying to look for pots and pans. I knew nothing about it and I was Kinda lost. And the second day They moved me and this is my second day of my right official career. They put me into a department of junior department was called the Lexington shops. I was the buyer I actually went to the market every day. A No supervision really knows days and I. It's changed so dramatically you didn't have someone breathing down your neck. Tell you what to do so there I was twenty three years resolve. Whatever and I had a department Lexington Juniors whose only in fifty nine th street and I was in charge of buying all the merchandise. I had a really nice boss Stanley Stern. He left me alone. I had two or three really hot items and you make a lot of money on hot items Elephant Pant by Arthur Arthur. Bell was my hottest pant. The world's a cuffed big elastic waist pants every day. I was rewarding like crazy so I did that for six months because Barbara on jr was on maternity leave. Unfortunately she comes back and there. I go to the branches so I did that for a while and then I was promoted back In to fifty ninth street Iran. A woman's swimwear our T shirts and sweaters. My first buying job I they say I was like. I did it really quickly and again there. I was pretty much on my own as most of us were learning the business. I was very fortunate. I had a woman that he katy Murphy who passed away a young age. She was a fashion Shen director and knew more about the business than anyone I knew but because she was a woman She wasn't the seal. She could have positioned set set. She just got it and I was very lucky to have her as I kind of her pet. They treated me like oh go out with Katie went to Europe together. We bought together and only in hindsight that I realize that the fundamentals of what I even do today I think was set in place by Katie. And I going on these trips and we've been buddies so if I had an issue in work I ran to Katie. Not My boss. What do you think of this Katie? Anyway think of that and you know you don't realize you're learning so much everyday idle huge learning curve and so I did that job for a year and a half then. I was promoted moded into the boys area and then maybe it went up to the branches again. Then I quit and you said you had a couple of hot items. What what what does that mean? And how did you identify them. Especially back then when you were just starting out. How did you know that something was gonna hit? I think a lot of what people do. Who is kind of a DNA? Instinctive nature not nurturance much. I'm not sure but I always like I used to sell When Wilkinson Sword Blades came out I was in eighth grade? I was working in the garment center. I was young I was as a kid and I used to get a supply of them. They were really hard to find. They were the best razor blade. Hello in the sixties and I bought supply and I told them to when I made deliveries. I Have Wilkinson Sword Razor Blades. I didn't think I was an entrepreneur. I didn't think anything I could. Maybe maybe make some money and as a young child I money. My father's will obsessed about money because he never really made it. And I think I picked picked up some of the habits of wanting to have some safety and security so that was a little safety and security to keep handle drawer with my cash in it. I saved it. I never spent. It was not much to spend on very impressive. I wish I had a drawer with cash while it was like ten dollars dollars wasn't like a lot. So why did you quit bloomingdale's and what did you do after that. You know it's interesting just to step back end up working at Bloomingdale's I had a summer job at a NS. Now macy's and I fixed them up with a friend of mine I loved. I summer there so I was ready to be hired and I fixed them up with someone. I went to school with and they offered him five hundred dollars more in salary I did now. I didn't think about I was furious. I fix them up. They offered me eleven the offer him eleven five and I am crazy. Furious and You know I didn't have mentors like everyone has a mentor today. I couldn't talk talk to my parents about that but I was pissed off and I interviewed at Bloomingdale's and decide it and it was huge important decision in my life if the second most to that date businesswise and So I decided to work at Bloomingdale's they offered me eleven five. I wasn't negotiating a lot of great negotiator gator salaries and all that stuff and I went to work at Bloomingdale's. Ns would have taught me a whole different way of doing business. Sale Promotion They they were very successful But you know it's funny. So that kind of infuriated me any. Why'd I leave Bloomingdale's I got to the point where and you don't have to make a living and I said this is and once I moved up a little not a lot. I start to think about two things one. I don't love it as much now. I had the boys area and I was supervising but more importantly I always wanted to have really important in regard for people. I worked for Maybe it was my expectation and I realized that you know forgetting what titles are that. At at some point you know people get promoted without earning. The promotion and big corporations was like a huge corporation was big bloomingdale's relative to what I thought of his big back in those days and start to realize put your time in to a degree if you're older than me or whoever you may get promoted moded and I looked at the surroundings and who was moving up and I I I wanted to change someone. One recruit someone at macy's recruited me add Finkelstein who was then the chairman very charismatic guy. Recruited me I left and I stayed at macy's year and a half why because I was obviously looking for something I wasn't getting in a department store business. My last last movie in a Department Store Business was bloomingdale's was owned also a NS federated department stores. They recruited. It'd me back and I went back the stake but again I didn't have the freedom of I'll just do whatever it wasn't like everyone to start up. I you know. In those days who did startups who can raise money to pay the rent and I went to Ns for four years. And I said that was

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"businesswise" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"businesswise" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Unique relative to the average bear walking down the street sort of thing. Is that right okay <hes> I. I don't know anything unique about me and I think I ve very common guy. I don't really feel unique. <hes> I I love being a husband and a dad and I love adding value to people and I and I do my trying to do my best every day to serve others I and not myself because I'm I do that because I'm at my core you're pretty selfish. Greedy guy and I know that if I do that I'm going to be better off and so I wish I could say it's super altruistic and I just WanNa help everyone and I do. I do it for good and bad reasons and part of that you know greeding wanting to make money and do things and and influence people <hes> and so I don't know if that's unique but and I focus on the few things I'm good at and I really try to maximize those levers those abilities. I don't do a lot of things outside of my strength zones and I'm pretty disciplined about that. So if I had a superpower it would be disciplined now sticking with something even when it's hard getting up every morning if I don't want to exercising when I want to and following through and and doing the hard thing and so I don't mind getting kicked in the teeth I kind of love the process I love the journey I love the journey of business left the challenge and I love the failures I it's fun. You know it's not always great very moment but when you're done you I feel good after you went and so so you used the word selfish which is an interesting word because I use that sometimes to describe myself as well how do you I'm curious. How you define selfish the way you mean it well? I personally think human nature such that we care more about ourselves than other people naturally that's where it's our default bent and that's my default Iram self-aware to recognize I'm going to unless I check myself and I'm accountable others. I'm going to do what's right for Jeff first before anyone else and so conduct a concentration of my life with that and so I I want to be public about recognizing. Hey Mike I'm selfish. Hey everyone listening. I'm a salvage do know that about me. I'm greedy. No no one wants to admit they're greedy. I don't know anyone never met. I'm greedy people. Just don't admit that yeah. It's just one of those things that we can't see ourselves. You can't look in the mirror and see greed you see thriftiness you see something else but you don't see greed and so I wanna be I will try my best. Look in the mirror and say okay. That's greedy thing you you did or thought about and if I can be open about that then I I'm more likely to have help and holding that in check because I truly do want to add vitals. I wanted to help them get where they want to go and that's a look back and see kind of patterns in my life where I've been successful. It's because of the people most successful that I've been able to be and so if I focus on them helping them get their helping them went helping them achieve then you know I'm GonNa be I'm going to be in their draft and that's going to be really good and so I'm trying do that and that's that's tough to stay consistent on that. 'cause we have as humans. We have a really hard time staying consistent. We want everyone around us. It be consistent but we're not willing to be and we ourselves. I mean we expect out of our leaders or politicians to be consistent and you know it's really really tough thing to do to stay consistent as people so that's why you need an integrator. That's exactly creator to tell you know. Put put the brakes on the stop. Sign up because I'll run into the ground you give me like a day of unadulterated idea enforcing. It'll happen well. Let's next for you <hes> well. I'm really focused right now on our law firm. It's super exciting to me to see what's happening what we're doing. We have a family law firm. I'm here menominee falls and we've we've really reached pretty Nice scale here in Milwaukee Up to twenty lawyers and we'll probably hit twenty late a high twenty s thirty by the end of the year to put that in context second biggest firmness four or five and we've done this in a really short period of time at a great team and it just we've taken an old old main line profession in business and we're trying to bring it into the century technology and we've got some really really fun things figured out my business partner Tony Carl's and I <hes> started at <hes> back in two thousand in fourteen and just a ton of fun right now because we've opened down in Illinois. This was done eleanor yesterday with my team down there and so we see an opportunity to really scale this nationwide and we're we're in the finishing touches of. I think getting Matt formula to really be scalable and so that's that's really really exciting for me personally. So that's where I'm at Businesswise Okay and is that a your concept of scale as at a franchise concept or is it just as you guys you you just opening new offices new geographies and then leveraging the the the platform you developed and then also what is different about what you're doing. I'll take an order you ask to. I'm not sure exactly what the models look like scaling. We've chosen chosen to do Wisconsin our own Illinois on our own and to really scale quickly. I'm going to have to bring on investors and it's probably going to have some form of state by state ownership. I you can't really call it franchising law firm she had to be lowered own own it okay but <hes> we've -bility a back in. That's that's very scalable and you know that's something we can take investors on that are non lawyers so we're not real sure how that's GonNa look my problems on work on the shares. What's it's the right model to scale with? Maybe it's multiple and we figure out what works after a couple. I'm not real sure there has never been done before. We don't know there's only been one firm that scaled nationwide and they've done that by keeping it self control but they're in a very small niche and they've got sustainability problems and so we post it much different so what what sets us apart is <hes>. We're we're good storytellers online so back to my core knowledge basis digital marketing so that's what gives us the growth engine but we've tried strides and been able to succeed on a few things that are way different from people management process management side. We've <hes> we've decided to scale using the salesforce platform which is not meant for sole practitioner and it's been really really pricey and difficult to get it going but what we've got going the scale ability of salesforce versus whatever the lawyers doing is infinitely better in the modules. You can plug into that so we that's that's a big difference. I think than how the learn treated and also <hes> our competitors are mom and pop one off to off lawyers that are running a law firm so we focused just family law and we're going up against them who are professionals in running their practice or not business people. They don't know marketing they don't know how to build a process prime usually and so we've we've worked really hard on consistency of service and just little things and trying to trying to to codify a communication location process within our firm so we focus so much on communication because that's the number one complaint against lawyers so they don't communicate so we're we've done that. We've been very innovative on the pricing side every other lawyer I know of and Wisconsin does hourly so basically you're. You're paying for hours with us. We've been able to figure out how to do it in a fixed fee basis so they come in. They know exactly what's going to cost. They get a fourth quarter front. They know how that's going to break down based on what they need. That's been a serious growth Russ when people come to us all the time that's there I ask them almost every client I mean hey want you to those and they'll that's one of the top two reasons is that and you would think the lawyers who tried to copy that but they're so set in their ways or so traditionalist they can't think outside of what they've known and so they just don't copy us so we just keep growing and bigger and bigger and bigger and our market sure keep growing because they just won't adapt they won't they tell me doesn't work okay well. We're hired are twenty-third lawyer. Yesterday I guess it doesn't work and you're going to keep doing the using the Internet to promote the business rather than doing sort of the personal injury so basically it seems to me like law firms or sort of broke down this way personal injury. You see those folks all the time because it's always like a one off. They gotta keep bringing people in the door. Family Law might be similar in that regard. Maybe not a one off but and then you've got traditional law firms that they feel like advertising of any kind is sort of below below them below them and you so so you're kind of. I don't WanNa say riding in the middle because that's probably not accurate you're but you're using the experience that you and your companies have built over many many years to to leverage a good idea correct and different in a and a different way. I guess well we we use the Internet to get attention so we're very very good at getting attention but that's only part of the game we have to be very good at execution. The differences people come come to us and they see the level of communication we give them and because philosophically insist systematically we are set up differently. Hourly lawyers are set up to lawyers that get paid by the hour. Are there protect themselves. That's why they do hourly because it protects them so they it's been many hours as they they need to and they're going to still get paid okay our our model set up to give the client certain eater and appeared of uncertainty so there there's a big difference in how that the downstream effect of paying by the job paying by the hour we have an interest at the lines of the client to get their case over with you know in family law clients come to us. They're in a lot of pain what they want. They want to be communicated with that. That tells them that you care if you're gonNA sympathy second thing they they can't even tell you that they want that typically they wanted over with because they're going paint hourly lawyers. They're not incentivized to get over with. They're incentivized to keep going right financially. We're incentivized to get it over with for them and they make the decision on the settlement so we can't force worse than do that but we do it. We have to set it up as quickly and as positively as we can for them to get over with so they're the the the accumulative effect of that type of practice is being played out right now and so it's a huge advantage frozen the marketplace that no one is willing to copy because they're not willing to step out of protecting themselves and finding something that the clients really want right so it's a classic customer service. What does the client really want will look what the client really wants a feminine laws for you to tell them what's happening and get their case over simple? It's you know it's taken us a couple of years to figure that out but that's that's the secret strategy. If you want to compete with sterling law you go out and you do those things and you'll bill to compete with us. I'm gave a gave the formula my competitors but you know how many will do it goose egg yeah that's great. I'll tell them it doesn't work so please don't do it well. That sounds like a really exciting thing going on in five years. You've grown from basically you and your partner to twenty twenty three lawyers. That's just here or whatever now you're opening. You've opened a new office and you've got basically you've got a model now that you can follow and skies presumably sky's the limit for a limited by fifty states so yeah so you got some room to run yeah yeah good for you Jeff. Thanks so much for being on the show I had a blast getting to know you better and talking through the successes and the and the challenges that you've had in resilience billion that you've had and the ideas that you've had and the progress that you've made it's been it's been a lot of fun. Thank you my pleasure honor to be here. Thanks for listening to this episode of the how that happened podcast where we believe that success doesn't happen and unless you make it happen you can subscribe to the podcast on apple podcast Google podcast stitcher or wherever you like.

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"businesswise" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome to America trends. I'm Amy Poehler. Glad to have the along for the hour. Also coming along in a few minutes. We're going to have the political headlines of the day. With Senator Ted Harvey out of Colorado. He's the head of the largest pro-trump pack in America. Gonna talk about that in big Mexico deal that's supposed to stem that huge flow of migrants into the US, and I you know, President Trump, the art of the deal he threatened tariffs in Mexico reacted. We'll chat about that in a moment, Kristin soon, not Walker with a mental health News Radio network is going to talk about the decline of play and rise in children's mental disorders it. She says there's a new study out that there's a reason kids, more anxious and depressed than ever. And it does have a lot to do with us. Probably attaching ourselves all of us kids to but kids attaching themselves to their ipads iphones. Whatever and not getting out to play. So seems sort of obvious, but we'll we'll tell you about some of the things that went into that study. Also a wonderful young entrepreneur name. Is Anita Owens is going to talk to us about trans and accessories for the summer, especially those an handbags, and she has a great story to tell and great quality can't wait to show off stuff and chat with own just a few minutes. Trending in the news. One person is dead. After a helicopter crashed or at least a hard landing, they say on a building right in midtown Manhattan. It was the pilot who died this. It just happened to be very rainy day in New York foggy no word on if that attributed to it, but it is definitely worth mentioning as part of the story. We felt the building move said one person inside that building right at Times Square. If you know anything about New York, fifty first and seventh. And when you were in a building in New York, and you feel it shake like that, you know, as a talked about just today, people there, if you lived in New York during nine eleven you have a bit of PTSD and so all kinds of things come into play. But it looks like it was just an axe. There. The investigation continues another mysterious death of an American tourist in the Dominican Republic someone who was vacationing there. And this brings the total to six six American tourists who've died in recent weeks and a few months back as well. And this is now prompted an investigation by the FBI. The latest reported death is sixty seven year old man from California, and his niece said he died after drinking from the mini bar in his room at the hard rock hotel and casino resort and put a economy, according again to his niece, this name hotel, where David Morrison from Maryland died last year. His family is also questioning his sudden death on the island after seeing reports of these other Americans, including an engaged couple who died suddenly last month within five days of each other. It's just it's so strange and such a mystery they haven't put anything together but they're investigating. And you also may have heard this Sunday. Former Red Sox, slugger, David Ortiz was shot. And the Dominican capital of San the Mingo he's reportedly in stable condition. He had been concerned about security, there, apparently President Trump's threat of tariffs, as I mentioned has gotten the Mexican Mexican government to agree to try to do something to stem the tide of migrants. Unprecedented steps now to control illegal migration, caravans, the crowds Mexico has agreed to deploy its national guard and we'll give priority to its southern border. The US will also reportedly immediately expand its migrant protection protocols. Also known as the remain in Mexico policy, that started at the end of January people trying to come into the US to seek asylum will be returned to Mexico to wait for their silent claims to be hurting court. Mexico said it will offer jobs, healthcare, and education to those asylum seekers. Mexico's also agreed to take action against human smuggling and trafficking. They have forty five days to do. All this Trump says, you know, he might reimpose tariffs or whatever acting ice. Director says this is a game changer. Businesswise stocks were up Monday in light of the news, California, is giving huge, huge benefits to illegal aliens, the democratic run state, they're going to give some ninety. Eight million dollars in healthcare benefits that California law abiding citizens will pay for while they struggle to pay for their own healthcare needs, California, the first state to do this. It is expected impact some ninety thousand illegals expected to pass in.

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"businesswise" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"And then she comes out and she wins the belt against Rosena Munis. And I know since then she's popped up on TV shows of one nine. How popular do you feel like she is as result of that win? The, the nature of the Finnish how impressive that was how horrific definition was anybody was was talking about his show on, on TV shows on Monday and on Sundays. So everybody was was discussing that. So and, and she's so friendly show. She's always mile so to such a nice person that I think that helped her to, to connect with the audience. So I think that given with how how she wan- if that wasn't real the that all the there were losing. And she wasn't went to finish with, like, Gano saving the knife for, for Brazil, he real. He really help her to, to transcend to another in her division writing in her career right now. He told me on Monday that I was blown away by this. I loved it. She said that I asked her who do you want to fight? Nah. Who do you think should be next? If they gave you the, the opportunity to pick because we have shall Waterson, who's calling out. We've touched Shannon swears who wants to fighter, and everyone thinks she's a future champion. She's fighting the answer off onto eighth. And she said something amazing. She said, I'd like to repay rose for coming to Brazil, and I'd like to defend my title against her in Denver. I'd like to go to her hometown and fighter there. And I was like, wow, that's a pretty amazing thing. You would never hear someone say this. What did you make of that? When you heard her say that. Hey showed her is show, you who who she is, like SIS, too, so uncertain she likes to, to do the right thing. If okay. It was one to stick around shit does is remaining in, in my in my BSO, even a chance of our inner her hotel would be great as a sport like we retain the favorite to roast and also would be Martin businesswise 'cause she came to Brazil, and she loss, and, and she's going to her before jets 'cause a good decision business. Why so? Yeah, it does not surprise me that she's she had that idea. She also told me that you want us trying to get another shot against her. You wanna beat or UFC two eleven when she was the champion, and she said, I think that she should fight a few more people and not try to cut the line here because of the people that deserve it. And I, I was impressed that she said that as well because as you mentioned just goes. So nice. She hasn't really ruffle feathers. But she was essentially telling you like the chill out, even though you beat me you really have to go back and start picking up a few wins at one fifteen. Were you surprised that she said that? No, I, I wasn't 'cause especially with what Joe what you're NFL after the five. She like congratulate on her on the on the win. But, like peach were getting kicked, so there was like her way of saying, okay? I, I understand why they're trying to say, no stay on the line and try to get a win before you. You're not another shot. I talked to her, then she was like she feels that genocide is the biggest in the, the division today in the today show, but team she she has a big fight ahead over now. So she got a few that if rose is not coming back for another fight right now. Maybe we don't let Yana and Unser I've should be next not Yana. Who would you say is the biggest resilient MA star right now? Mythical one. 'cause insults angels, y'all are still the two big names big thing. So even though if you're losing, they're, they're, they're the ones that has the stars will bring the, the biggest audience. And we will draw more, even though they're losing more than trying to hold entitles right now. Like Amanda, and Jessica, okay, do you think you'll fight again? Joins elder thing he will NFL survived on. I think eventually will, but I'm more than them and that Joe's Allah, we'll we'll we'll come back. Yeah. Do you wanna see Anderson fight again?.

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"businesswise" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"businesswise" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I need to see a lot more from Dennis Smith junior. I love his athleticism. I mean, some of his dunks are fantastic. He's got to be more consistent. You worry about the outside shot. Clearly in a league. It's dominated by outside shooting right now. Dennis junior has got to be more consistent in that area. His explosiveness the pick and roll threat with Mitchell Robinson is exciting to think about moving forward. I like them. I think there's potential there. I mean as far as being the point guard of the future, I need to see a ton more than that Terry is in Hudson valley what's up there. Terry there. Yeah. Hey, south thanks for taking my call for making it. What's up? I was just to about the the contractors that Harper. You know, I I really have take my hat off to Cashman staying. The course I'm really glad that he did not sign either Harper or Machado and let me let me explain why. With all the shaver metrics and everything that's going on in baseball. I mean, the Yankee signed Aaron Hicks, okay? How much and then in dollars over seventy seven year seventy million. Okay steel, and we talk about sabermetrics how much win above replacement. Farber give over Ireland Harper's had a bad war. Look, I'm on into these come on the wall offers wars one point three I can't get into that too much and Joseph player, but I know everybody does with the sabermetrics, but Harper's wars one point three that was one of the knocks on him for, you know, for these as you mentioned sabermetrics guys that maybe certain teams didn't want to get involved on Bryce because of those analytics, and that was one of the knocks on him Aaron Hicks on the other end is I believe he has a good one and kicks is just terrific player Hicks, his wars four point seven. So that's a significant difference from Bryce Harper. Right. But my point is I mean, the Yankees are doing the right thing, and and agreed Cashman's doing the right thing he's putting quality players that every physician and a why overpaid? Why would you pay three hundred thirty million dollars over thirteen year? You do that you do that you have to. Yeah. You're probably right. They never wore out, Terry. And thanks for the call. The reason why you do that is because you don't draft and develop your own star. So you have to go out there and spend and spend big on others. Now in this case, it was rare because you have a guy was twenty six years old and Bryce Harper prime of his career. Clearly, I mean, maybe hasn't even entered the prime. Some people say used to say that it's all later than that, maybe twenty eight to thirty two something like that. But you would figure right now Bryce Harper twenty six years of age. I mean the years that he's had since you've been in the big leagues. Six time all star. I mean, you know about but since he's been been a week since the age of nineteen he's in the primaries career, and you're getting a guy instead of on the downside or mid to downside. You get in the guy before even gets to the middle of the career. He's got four years to go before it's thirty four years. Four thirty. I mean, if if he stays healthy he should be able to produce consistently for at least the next eight years. At least. Seven at least the next seven years, right? Boy, thirteen years is a long time. That's a long time. I liked the deal for the Phillies. I mean, these long I like it because there's a lot of excitement and the phantom. He gets excited about those type deals. It's going to be fascinating to watch. But businesswise does it make sense to go out there and spend all I think, you're right. Brian Cashman is finally doing the right thing with the Yankees used to go out there and spend recklessly now they're keeping their own guys drafting developing making shrewd, trade, smart trades. And then making sure they lock these guys up for great value down the road exhibit, Hicks, Severino, and I'm sure they'll be more to follow. There'll be more to follow with me as well. Eight seven seven three seven sixty six sixty six year calls on the other side right now. An update here's our sounds..

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"businesswise" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"businesswise" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"The most subjective thing, you can think about right now is what was the better fight fury or Brazil for businesswise in competition wise now, of course, we know there's a mandated situation where Dominic Brazil, but we've had many fighters get stuck out and had to wait for a long time. Aero Spence had away a very long time constant rescheduling over and over and over and at that point we have to knowledge that this point that the fighters now have to put them. In the position to force the fights. Even when the sanction about is being bad. So this is a great way for white to force his hand to be in the position of the mandatory not just from the WBO that he's at. But now with the WBZ and now he can have multiple opportunities to go with that row. So if you goes with this, this is a fighter putting himself and the opportunities that he needs to be an to put himself for championship contention. Now are the are the negotiations for this fight already solid is defined schedule was going on with within the Goshi nations. The make right now Brazil, definitely in my opinion, wants schism Dillion white definitely wants zoo as his top choice. Is it a twenty four hours? He mentioned his name Dumi end. So. Outside of that. He debated with Coogan caches Coogan was like why not Louis teas, and he's like well Brazil had a pay per view with, you know, Anthony Joshua here in the UK. So he's more valuable. He's more marketable. Plus he's in American American versus UK. So I'm sure that's DeLeon stop choice. Now. Can he get that is a different story? I still feel strongly that the option will end up being Alexander perfection. I know Eddie. And I know how he does business. He owes Pevec another the like, oh, I owe you I gotta pay. You know, it's like he always brings back guys that lose. It doesn't matter. If you lose Eddie doesn't care, and I like that love that hit two good business when do business again, right Raggi. So for Eddie. He's already done business with Pevec. And they've already got an understanding. He's he's he doesn't have to deal with. How in all those people were there. He really doesn't like dealing with. According to him in his interviews. Well, listen, we should talk about the way things should work. Okay. Because Ron broke down, you know, or number down, but he used examples of Sergio Martinez and a few other fights where the WBZ not just not just went around their own rules, but almost like made him up on the fly. You know, end they did things to Cushing or to help a certain champion or a certain contender or certain mandatory. Right. But the way things should work is that you have a ranking system. Oh, you guys. WBZ? That's how you going to do it. So you gotta vendetta WBZ. Are you saying else all the other sanctioning bodies? Do not do what you're accusing. I opened up by I opened up. I said the raking Mars. Lecturing bodies. No, no, let's all do it. But we're talking about the WB see at this Pacific moments on the WBZ a why when when the WBA done the same thing, but we're not talking about a WB here. We're not talking about w. Brazil be talking about and not the other. Listen, first of all first of all on that even calling into WBZ out. Specifically, I'm using them. Use the words WBZ or the letters buddy. Come listen. I'm pulling them out because the sanctioning body. We're talking about if we were talking about a w eight boat. We're talking about any of the other. Then I would be using that though. Yeah. Out. I'm not even calling WBZ. I am calling them out which one is it buddy which sanctioning bodies out of general. So we can use WBZ as the example right here right now. Okay. We can use the WBZ example here as this one. Are you? Okay. Okay. Okay. Nece? We can Google us the IBF if it's better for your of it's better for your we Google search that the has been known to take briberies, isn't that out there why we're talking the work corrupt that sounds like corruption..

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"businesswise" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"businesswise" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"This is not the final form. We don't we don't know what. The final form looks like yet. We have issues with skill -bility. In terms of transaction. Speed be are adding features like state channels because we know knows the need for layer two solutions. And now we realized that we don't have the ability to change the protocol very much once it's released. So, of course, the very first version of this release, which is the, you know, the one we have might not be optimal for you know, and future-proof. So I I don't know. I still feel like we you can't expect developers to know these details if you're gonna be in the final four, you can't expect them to worry about, you know, nobody worries if the TCP if TCP IP four Chait changes, they just know that they have to migrate IP six or use NAT. But they don't they don't wanna concern themselves with the details of the of the IP stack on their under Sisley. They don't need to know. This this stuff they need to know. How do I build stuff, and how many how do I Bill? It safely and the can't just monitor all the security security mailings to see if they're at breaks or even expected to understand it. If if that happens it needs to be a lot more open than it currently is. And so the hardening might, you know, might be a different shade. I don't know. So on this like, we started like saying, very valuing Bity lot more. I think that is quickly leading to not moving on anymore and in the real world when you say like, okay, I start my company. I. Nijmegen loss of Switzerland loss of the US apply to me, you know, they are going to change and you're going to adapt. So addition to the money touring, basically, what you need to know. When to end it without things going to change short don't expect that this thing would run for Evelyn changed mill that upgrades might come that you need to do something if you on going business. It's your duty to stay technologically. Fine businesswise fine was a process now. When that wasn't the buck about the into who says the what was it called spectra on than non. Yeah. Now, suddenly things which will consider it safest today aren't safe anymore. Doesn't mean the end of the world that we should not have a upgrade all processes anymore to from the ones we consider safe, right? Say to this regard. I would say yes, we need money touring. We need to know what's going on. We need the process around informing people about box Lama term side concern for testing for. That each company who runs something on main that ethereal all so runs it on Robson on some tests net, which gets upgraded usually via to see what's going on the air on the theory community itself more encourages this. Okay. This yet he's going to change the following things. Not only the technical sense. But also in the practical sense like look exchanges. This is something which might affect you especially and so on so that like lawyers would do for their clients or becomes right? They say, oh, this upcoming regulation change will impact us. So we need to pick out the job of of the on basically theory on Dacian to to do this to encourage that. Or is that something where each company needs to? Employ someone like, Dan or us to keep money touring this to tell them about it, those might work. Just find mom that around on you. Okay. Your business, and you are running your business on this blocking..

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