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"csm" Discussed on KTOK
"National is a real estate development firm CSM and our dot net. On this Tuesday. I humbly suggested to President Trump That he might explain to the American people why he is not attending the inauguration of Joe Biden tomorrow as it is a tradition. For outgoing presidents to be at the ceremony. Well, the reason Donald Trump should not attend in my opinion. Is that it would be a huge distraction from the ceremony itself because the press would make Donald Trump the story and not the incoming presidential by So all Donald Trump has to say to the folks is I congratulate Joe Biden. I wish him the best. I'm not going to be there because I don't want to be a distraction. Now. Three other presidents did not attend inaugurations in 18 01. John Adams was so angry that he lost to Thomas Jefferson. But on the morning of the inauguration Adams at 4 A.m.. Got Abigail. They jumped in a coach, and they traveled all the way to Boston. 18 29 Adams, His son, John Quincy, loathed Andrew Jackson. So Quincy didn't show up and then in 18 69, Andrew Johnson and U. S. Grant just hated each other. So Johnson stayed in the White House during this worrying and of Grant and then bolted.
"csm" Discussed on KTOK
"National is a real estate development firm CSM and our dot net. On this Tuesday. I humbly suggested to President Trump That he might explain to the American people why he is not attending the inauguration of Joe Biden tomorrow as it is a tradition. For outgoing presidents to be at the ceremony. Well, the reason Donald Trump should not attend in my opinion. Is that it would be a huge distraction from the ceremony itself because the press would make Donald Trump the story and not the incoming presidential by So all Donald Trump has to say to the folks is I congratulate Joe Biden. I wish him the best. I'm not going to be there because I don't want to be a distraction. Now. Three other presidents did not attend inaugurations in 80 No. One John Adams was so angry that he lost to Thomas Jefferson. But on the morning of the inauguration Adams at 4 A.m.. Got Abigail. They jumped in a coach, and they traveled all the way to Boston. 18 29 Adams, his son, John Quincy. Load. Andrew Jackson. So Quincy didn't show up and then in 18 69, Andrew Johnson and U. S. Grant just hated each other. So Johnson stayed in the White House during this worrying of Grant and then bolted.
General info about BI SIG with MaryBeth Osborne
"Everybody to the brain injury sig podcast. This is our first podcasts. And we are so excited to have mary beth born as our person that we are interviewing for this podcast so as our inaugural version here. We figured we'd do is talk about the sig in some influent in some Can up-to-date versions of what's going on with the sig. So mary beth is a physical therapist who initially got her degree from the university of north carolina at chapel hill in nineteen eighty nine and then went back a few years later to get her. Dpt in two thousand nine as she has clinical specialization in neurologic. Physical therapy which She was board certified in two thousand fourteen. She has professional experience in a lot of different settings. I'm a large portion of her time in brain injury community based re entry and then supported living program. She was adjunct faculty at unc chapel hill for five years and then has been at university health for five years in their outpatient narrow clinic in serves as the co director of the neuro residency program. She has expertise in the hippo. Therapy and aquatic therapy so. Welcome mary beth. Good to have you thank you. I'm delighted to be the first gassed on your podcast. And help promote the sake right so i guess i should mention the reason why you're here as our guest for the big is that you have quite a lot of experience helping out with the brain injury sig in general in the a n. P. t. on so could you maybe just tell us a little bit about your role in the brain injury sake. Sure i'm the immediate past chair of the brain injury special interest group and served two terms And it was an extra year is well because it was We transitioned from chair. Lacked position which i served that year so i believe it was seven years as the brain injury. Sick share I started as the chair so A lot of people know came back or karen mccullough she nominated nominated me from the floor at a csm meeting and That's when i started being involved with the big. Wow awesome and we thank you for all your work that you've done for the many changes in the accomplishments that you had over the years with it so for people who don't really know the structure of organization of maybe kind of umbrellas. Ap ta in a n. p. t. could you just kinda give a brief Overview of kind of how the brain injury falls into place where really falls amongst the structure of the aneka ti. Of course that abt a has a number of academies sections and so the academy with under which the brain injury special interest group falls is the academy of neurologic physical therapy or a. n. p. t. and so under a. n. p. t. There are eight special interest groups or six and so the brain injury special interest group is one of those eight special interest groups and the intent is just to break down the content area or Interest area of clinicians and their pets Into common interest areas so that the special interest groups kind of interface directly with the membership on a smaller level. Right right thanks. That's really helpful. I think to kind of know where everyone falls in alignment and kind of how they all work together. So the brain injury sig than is part of the a. N. p. t. Does the brain injury saying have its own particular goals or kind of missions or things that it's doing to can help on conditions who are had interested in helping individuals with brain injury. Yeah so the jury's special interest group mission aligns with the economy of neurologic. Pt's mission and is basically. And i'm paraphrasing. But it's basically just a forum to promote health wellness Optimal function and quality of life for individuals with acquired brain injury That's kind of the overall arching thing is to gather people who are interested in providing care and assisting individuals with acquired brain injury From the physical therapy perspective.
"csm" Discussed on KTOK
"National is a real estate development firm CSM and our dot net. On this Wednesday morning. I had a very simple question for you. Who is a better friend, Someone who tells you the truth or someone who tells you what you want to hear. Important to think that over Out. My analysis of the election is that there was fraud. I don't know how much because evidence is tough to obtain if it was easy to obtain. President Trump's investigators would have presented it in court. So when Mr Trump leaves the White House on January 20th, it will not be fair. The election is on resolved, however. Our legal and looked aural system operates on a structure and that structure. Will move ahead to give Joe Biden the presidency. That is the truth. The on leeway this chaos can be prevented in the future. Is if Congress passes the fair Election standards law, which would knock out certain things like late votes. Like mail ins to everybody. Like you must update your rolls in every state before every presidential election. If that does not happen, we will have fraud in every single national election to come. Now this thousands of abandoned animals in the USA need your help..
Interview With Yasmin Of Yasmin Tells
"Thanks so much for joining us today. Can you please tell us your name where you're from your location currently and the name of your business a k. Say hi my name in. csm. Don't sam i am from the uk. I'm sierra and my current location. Freetown sierra leone and the name of my business or businesses is yes men tells. I'll go into the other ones we into the conversation. So tell us about where you got your for travel. So i think it's because a young age excess traveling. Luckily that was introduced to us by my mother. My first Was to texas to see family melba. I remember i was young but my fetch trip to sierra fan. I was a is old. And then i came consecutively from the age of a safe full team. Yeah age of fourteen to twenty around. That spina came every year and my love for i think came. When i didn't intend ship in dakar senegal. I was just blown away by not only the way of living the and the rich list of the country but i was just getting a lot inspiration volt while i have options as other things in places i can go to your grandma's actually from the gambia right next door. As she is like our most gambian. I went to visit her in two thousand eighteen but she spent a life aaron in return saturday. So are your parents then. Both from sierra leone or where. You're also born yeah. Sierra in is my country of origin surf my parents from sierra. Dan how they met in the uk. Yeah i decided to come back in two thousand eighteen i. It's funny how they come back. Because i'm not born him at school. I was never never originally it. But here's here's the place that feels like home to me so let's karbi y subconsciously. Say back when it's not bad. I just relocated to just. Is that like a. I dunno part of your reckoning your identity because you come from people who are from there and you were raised somewhere else so culturally. How do you identify how identified successful supplements the oscar. Why you from. I would say sierra in those the same when i was in the uk working from upstate. Sierra i wouldn't necessarily say the a just because i think they're insinuates in july. Make that a. We'd like worry really from you. Know the expression when people ask you like. Oh where he really from semester say sierra in a without a doubt i identify more with being sierra than i do in british. If you think about it is wall. I've been introduced to fuss regardless of location. Where i'm situated bus was my household that was the culture of these amounts of languages. Hearing prio so yeah i definitely identified strong with being a sierra again. What has been like being back so it's been like two years now. Craig via the suspension will make it to years. It's been interesting. It's been a challenge but Unexpected challenge expects be easy. It's been either regret by me. I think it was timely. And a good thing. I did i also have a family business. Air could my mother's kitchen so my mom stopped about business any ten years ago. Two thousand eleven so we provide authentic. Saturday and snacks kills all sourced from syria. And the ingredients used. So we'd have things like chin-chin which is like a dirty not fully biscuits Thins pancake must sesame seeds snaps. Grandma's cake bus peanut butter birtles would make lows of snacks. That's my mom's business. She's made loses slacks and be some onto. Supermarket stood bands. The i'm really proud of how far she's taken the business so it was. It was good moving known that had that cushion. 'cause i didn't move thing can occur. I am going to go work for somebody. I knew i had a family business where i could implement. Myron skills are Earning
"csm" Discussed on KTOK
"National is a real estate development firm CSM and our dot net. On this Friday. I am rethinking my Thanksgiving and Christmas plans. Having on Lee immediate family involved Now I don't like to do this. Usually have open house people Come on in. We have a lot of laughs off. Friends and family are very, very important to me. All right, and I hope to you as well. This is how you build your life around people you love and who love you. But this year I got to cut it down because the cove it so here's the stat that really got to me. Some scientists say that about three million Americans are walking around with Colvin, and they don't even know it. They're what they call a symptomatic so you could be sitting with somebody and they're fine, but they could have co vid and pass them along. So anyway, I'm not gonna take any chances. I'm just going to deal with people I deal with pretty much every day. On Thanksgiving and Christmas. But I'm gonna be extra generous to all the people that I'm not going to see. And I'm going to send him gifts. Little gifts on Gui have great stuff. The bill O'Reilly dot com store and the only reason I tell you this Is because it will make your life easier. You certainly don't want to go to the mall. But anyway, I'm going to start to send out little things. I know people. I know what they like. And I'm going to do that right through now to Christmas with a little note. And hopefully that will make up for this crazy Cove it holiday season. Now this By now, you've heard me speak about Jeff Brown,.
"csm" Discussed on KTOK
"A real estate development firm CSM and our dot net. On this Wednesday. I am thinking about the national anthem controversy. In the National Football League. It seems to have disappeared. Have you noticed that? Well, what the heck happened? It is not easy to find out. I've been making calls talking to sportscasters talking to people in the football world and this is what I have put together. After players began kneeling during the national anthem, and it was shown on television. The teams started suffering immediately as people did not by their merchandise. Now we all know that you can't go to many games because of cold. It. But last year 2019 merchandise Woz tremendous in the revenue is generated for the individual teams. That got cut in half almost immediately. So the National Football League very quietly. Told the owners of the teams. Don't do the national anthem display close to game time, so we won't have to broadcast it on television. Thus, it was pushed back 2025 minutes before kickoff. So things have died down. But I still believe people are angry about the national anthem and the NFL. Now this Did you know the Fed has printed more than $6 Trillion this year? Amazing And it's a fact. The dollar is losing value. That's why I recommend you look into gold and silver and the on Lee Company I recommend is.
Siamese Revolution of 1932
"The day. Was June twenty-fourth Nineteen thirty two? The Siamese political party rots Adine, or the People's Party overthrew the government of King Rama, the seventh, ending seven Hundred Years of absolute monarchy under the kings of Yom. The bloodless coup resulted in the introduction of democracy, the first constitution of Thailand. Since seventeen, eighty, two the kingdom. Or Modern Day Thailand have been ruled by the Chakri Dynasty beginning with Rama, the I who founded the capital city Bangkok. Throughout the nineteenth century, much of Southeast Asia was colonized by the British. French and Dutch crm was never subjected to colonial rule. But Rama the fifth who reigned from eighteen, sixty, eight to nineteen, ten, set out to modernize the kingdom. He introduced social and governmental reforms that were based on western models. The old ruling families rejected his reforms, but from the mid eighteen eighty s to the early nineteen hundreds. Rama, the fifth overhauled the administration established military conscription, abolished slavery and made other major changes in the country. The king was committed to modernisation. He was also committed to maintaining Thai traditions and independence. He instituted all these reforms under the guise that they would save from the threat of Western colonialism. Civilized to colonial powers than it would supposedly avoid Western invasion. Rama the Fifth Son and successor Rama the sixth also worked to modernize the M and welcomed the adoption of some European ideals. His reforms upset members of the aristocracy and nobility as well as groups of progressives and radicals. In nineteen twelve, a group of military officers conspired to overthrow the king, but the plot failed. There is debate over the main causes of the nineteen thirty two revolution, but the rise of western educated commoner elites who become dissatisfied with politics in CSM played a significant role in the event. Rama the seventh ascended the throne in nineteen, twenty, five, He created the Supreme Council of state made up of senior princes who had served in previous administrations. They quickly let go of commerce who had been appointed in the civil service and military. During Rama the seventh rule, returning Western educated students grew disillusioned with the status quo. In Nineteen, twenty, seven, a small group of military and civilian students gathered in periods with the. Founding Party to bring change to see 'em. This group of seven people call themselves the promoters and they decided to stage a coup to end absolute monarchy in the country. To achieve this goal, they formed the canal rot. Sedan or People's Party. The promoters worked on gathering supporters. Meanwhile seamless facing economic problems, the Great Depression made it to the country by nineteen thirty. The value of rice see'ums major export fell drastically land values also fell, so the government had to make a bunch of budget cuts. By nineteen, thirty two, the People's Party was made up of more than one hundred students, military officers and non-royal government officials. On the morning of June twenty-fourth, nineteen thirty two while the king was away from Bangkok. The People's party the coup. The promoters seized control of the army as well as post and telegraph offices, and they arrested royal officials who were part of the ruling group, armored vehicles and troops gathered at the Throne Hall in the Royal Plaza and one of the promoters read the narrow Sadan Manifesto, declaring the end of absolute monarchy and the establishment of a constitutional state. Rama the seventh was playing golf in the south of Seattle. When he got news of the coup, he agreed to the demands for a new constitutional system, and by December of that year he had promulgated a new Constitution A State Council and National Assembly established, but conflict between the CANARSIE DON and the king continued. A couple of years after the Revolution Rama the seventh left for England, and in nineteen, thirty five, he abdicated the throne, spending the rest of his life in England. Was a major turning point in history the next few decades we're still characterized by political unrest and roll by military governments.
"csm" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Like say mostly APPS and we had some incredible and clients at the time Heineken. Where our very first client at she? One big highlight. I remember getting a phone call soon after setting out. Lighthouse. We've set it up. I think in. May of ninety four and Heineken to come aboard is decline. Pretty much straight away and then in about September October time of that year of ninety four. I got a call from a client clients in Amsterdam. Who asked me whether on you anything about a again cool rugby and I just debate and he said because we signed up something called the Rugby World Cup with the official beds interrupt well copy in South Africa next year in one thousand nine hundred five. And I haven't got a scooby. What on Earth rugby is all about? Could you please help us so that was a client coordinator for wonderful cold? Wonderful quote that probably led to one of the other great moments which was sitting in watching a a a South African airlines seven. Four seven come over Alyssa at about goodness knows. What thousand feet? I don't know even less probably with Golkar under the On the carriage wings prior to that unbelievable final between South Africa New Zealand And all of the all of the stuff that went with that. The whole invictus Film but the nine Ele- moment etc unbelievable. Incredible and very proud of CDO at. We did that for that tournament too. So that was that was a pretty amazing moment and finding someone who value in in Lighthouse in two thousand and five with was was but humbling flattering but also an incredibly satisfying a couple of guys on Pasco and Edward Lease who owned a business called fasttrack. They That they saw value in what we were doing it. Light at Lighthouse made me an offer which was an at the time. Exactly what what I wanted to join a company which had more of a right selling on to it. We were more consulting fittingly well. The Olympics were coming and we felt that we had a good chance of doing some good business so joined that an I joined as joint managing director with fantastic. I called John Rijn. John's gone on to become the chief executive of the I spent a Lotta time with John. Working at fast track and then within a couple of years we went. We were by chime communications in in two thousand and seven which again timing wise was pretty good given what we will happen to no eight no nine and from that moment on we were tasked with growing the sports marketing arm of chime which we did across the businesses that we've already talked about him and you know the Olympics in two thousand twelve was was remarkable Incredible and we. We had a fairly significant role to play in that and our relationship to that with that said Co who came on board as chairman and it was great but the cliche not people that know me. I hope will realize this isn't just me being a cliche but I should have the the work that I've that I've done with the most incredible group of people across a number of different time zones but also a number of different elements to our business getting to know then right away from from the top to the bottom being has been incredible and and I guess I would also at the Christmas. Parties will being pretty epic on on on most occasions in depending on. How much Perroni I? I managed to Valona the time I I have been known to get up on stage and sing. Which is unbelievable embarrassing following day and yet you still do. You'll during said thing what what what does he bring to the the business you. I'm sure you wouldn't. It wouldn't surprise you if I say this but I mean he brings Gravitas. He brings an incredible collection of connections. He brings an ability for us to and talk to people across the world in different parts of the world really talked about our international footprint that our Middle East business in Asia. Pacific business is significant to to what we do that. Csm ability reputation and and that the historical links that he has been with people in companies out that often tastic so not only that but he brings a level-headedness than a you know some some some great council some sage advice to all of us at many many times given the things. He's been through and the hurdles he's Iva comment CETERA. He's he's a huge asset for what is in Jim. Thanks very much retiree appreciate it and obviously goes without saying they will and and hopefully this thing moves on As soon as possible. Thank you Richard Pleasure and yet be nice to nice when this is all over and look forward to reaching you face to face for Ramiro to thanks for staying with us to the end if you enjoy the unofficial partners podcast. Please take the time to leave us a nice review on. Itn's as it helps us find new listeners and move up the rankings INEX- time for more sports business conversations.
"csm" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"When the when the live events around which they base a lot of their activation collateral come to a grinding halt. Obviously and a bit of avoid What what we have found said earlier is is that those brands that can have on are using that time to to work out. What it is they want to do when when things starts to roll back into place so for example with the dwells sevens series well. Sevens rugby series. Which is being postponed until the latter part of this year and the there were number of of events that taking place in eight rolling in in May and June been pushed back to October time and HSBC have asked us spend a lot of time working out. How are we going to maximize those events when they come round and perhaps in a slightly different way? So you know is eaten. Shouldn't and could it be a time? Full? You know a a celebration both extra in Lifa clients and customers but also internally for for their staff and when we when we come out of this applications that unrolls In in becoming a of a Pathfinder for four hopefully I am a bit of a reset in our world and I think think it's certainly an number of of our brands who have particularly the ones have. Postponed had their events postponed from Spring and summer to to the autism are looking at how they can go forward in that sort of a way. So from an agency's Perspective. You'll your your. You're looking at the various assets that the brand is boy advising them and then you're saying this is how we're going to to activate around them. Presumably you have looking in from the twenty twenty calendar. You had a whole load of creative inventory that you've either spent money on is now sunk. One he do about that. Is that just a hit? The agency has to take or. Is that something that you can reuse in some way well we. We often fail when when we do come up with these ideas that they are ideas that can be that can be used. Normally you know at different points in the cycle. They're a good idea. Good idea right so normally normally what we would do is repurpose that. If if the actions if the The goals of the sponsorship slightly changed them. We might change a little bit the the the Ip that we've come up with the ideas that we've come up with but On the Hull Day they pretty much remained the same. They remain on the on the block. Ready to go at a time when you know when things come back to normal as I keep saying my view is that things will come back to normal in years but in you know in months and I think the idea is that generated are good ideas and can be put put to work at that time and it is postponements that we're seeing rather than cancellations. So so it's it's it's that can be redeployed at that juncture. I always find. Csm Interesting Agency brand. Because it's it's I used to know fast track and I know what essentially do or I think I do. This is my preconception on projecting onto this. So essentially you know is known as into sale right. Ceos and false chat was a you know an agent twelve marketing agency. Activation Agency. Your Luca. He's hospitality miss anyone out there. When we number of other businesses Business trading under the name of icon a brand experiential business that That manufacturer put up and pulled down a also signs date they. They would trust themselves as brand experiential across a whole host of different events Olympics while Cups Wimbledon Champions League and League said I be one I mean we we fat. The most recent acquisition the group made was a motorcycle. Business called J. M. I am so so we have another strand. We had another Strand to the business roundabout twenty time so that that came came on board. And then we've we've started to. It was at that was that Brown's that's right. Yeah exactly and and we still got a number of people that joined at that point that it's still part of the business now. I'm and we still have some significant relationships in in Formula. One in motorcycle am across the board so proud of that. And then we've we certainly work through Work with In in the US. So we've we've managed to acquire a a couple of businesses out of that one by the name of S J x which is not rolled into the whole. Csm family run by two guys. Gyco Jeff Jonas and another guy called Harlan stone. You may may have heard of pollens. Background is is the legendary in the US and then later on we offer what was see. Legend easily legend for for being around at the time of of sports marketings not birth out there but he certainly was around with them likes Donald Dial and Mountain McCormack. He was part of price to begin with and he joined the business by joined any wet for them for awhile. Set up his own business velocity and he's he's been. He's been involved in in sports marketing. Though even longer than I have Richard say that study out. Yikes got less handed me. But he plays tennis better than so yet. He's he's a just a superb guy who served in the states has has been around for while. Here's business with a selling business and remarkably successful right sending business which we rolled into. Csm and then as a tab a another sizable business toward lead dog. Who have also become part of? Csm North America's so. Yeah you're you're on the kind the the the road from two thousand nine. I guess is being at one of of acquisition and attempted consolidation. And I would say over the last the last two or three MC two years probably since last pretty much since Matt took the relatively we've been working really hard to and simplify the CSM message and we've come characterized each individual business into three different buckets within the message that we carry now out to the market is very much around one joined up big business am which for clients is much easier to understand and hopefully for you to understand and maybe we've got a bit more what to do but but we are working on and we we continue to We continue to see the results of being a fully joined up across all those business temps at the the the management issue that that.
"csm" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Jim Thanks for coming on the PODCAST. And I'm just wondering where wait where you spend the shutdown whereas the was the LAS cutler weeks been so lost her three weeks. What actually this is into week. Four now of working from home. So I'm from is is Southwest London in Putney and yet we've been trying to find a routine and a rhythm here with full kids actually three of which living at the moment one. My oldest is in Singapore where she can advertising and she. She's that decided to stay there for the lockdown and so my wife and I got the Three lights occupancy here and yet the finding food to begin with was was interesting with them three blocks. We eat chicken night and play a lot of fat large so that was interesting. But he's been napping in Putney and like everyone trying to find a sort of say routine and a rhythm to what's become the sort of the normal nightly working on overseeing charge of salmon. It's a big broad agency and business. Well how do you go about doing that? Well it's not just me. There is a senior management team Really I believe draw. Who effectively has pulled on a group of of senior people senior people to help him got him through. While obviously are uncharted waters and and he also has the help you know a series of people from From our investors three to our business heads actually being able to lean on some of our clients who have obviously become not only Klein's off good friends as well and So it's it's it's been. It's been very very interesting. I think can Microsoft Teams. Zoom have obviously helped see helping everybody in this time of of relatives New is working but they seem to work pretty well. And teams have really galvanized that people below them and and the number of newsletters and action new sheets. What what people are doing how that keeping fat? How that keeping sane with the reading all of those really good things. I've been stuck at how. How much of that has has come from right across the business and is helping all of us and in you know what is the time when you know when when you when you go to find new things to do there are things. There are sort of trends and patterns. That have been happening for for a while which perhaps the current situation heightens or. What your job position on that. What you think on used the term centre-right rather than than whatever I think the An industry where we need to start monitoring some people have some people. Haven't that you know the The access and usage of data of sleeping companies out there doing that full quite a while to circles comes to mind We have a business within. Csm called CSM engage who were born while back at she out of a need full at managing director on behalf of our clients that has really sped up and our team. I thought has been more active than ever at the moment advising helping Suggesting ways that that our clients perhaps can a better and bigger look at this space than they have been able to buy its base. I mean obviously the an access that clients federations etcetera. Now do have to a mine of information about people in what they do and and how they consume what undoubtedly will come back bounce back in the form of of live and as life sport and So that I would say has accelerated and our our ability to communicate without actually having to necessarily get on at Crofton and fly places. I think that's something that has surprised. Many of my colleagues and people I know in the industry and now whether or not that becomes a norm when we return to normal what whatever that is done We'll see when we some but I think that has accelerated. Obviously because we can't see each other face to face. I think the way that we that we do strategically for brands has oversee. Come into focus. Focus as well and we've we've now go significant amount of time to sit with the brands that we that we were with two walkout. What we're doing really well what we might be doing better. And what's coming around the corner with new technology et CETERA. All of those things which apps you know we hadn't had time to do. We do not have time and so Consulting strategic consulting teams have been really hard work and I think that the general general feeling from our clients is not. This is something. That's that's going to the terminal. The welded live sport and sport is not going to go away. Something that will come back. So let's use this time wisely to to to to work out what it is more. It can bring to to the Ponzi when we do kicked up back into it so I think I'll close to being very well. They have been unbelievably supportive of us. And I'd like to make a huge shoutout to them and the ones that have been able to to help us through. This particular moment in time of being have been amazing. The Main College Jim. Well we've got a heck of a lot of clients by on the Federation side and so on the brand side I mean brands like just be seen like Unilever. Some Tory Hugh. I'm not the spoilt briand. Ups UBS and we've been doing some what for the whole whole raft of vitality not a really really great clients of ours who have Nova seeping been spending a lot of time with US working out how they can interact with people at this time from a fitness and wellbeing perspective and again. I think that's something that seems to have come to a major way. Brands have been asking us for advice on how they might be able to communicate both internally with that with that stuff also externally with customers and clients around the around so wellbeing base and then on the federation side with while Rugby with Ecb We went with Feet and we went with UEFA on a number of other big big institutions Who and big football clubs. Who have been. I've been great really genuinely at supportive because I think thank genuinely view this as something that will will pass and we will. We will move back hopefully to something resembling what it what it was before. What's the the your sense of if you go to a big brand in a big sports sponsorship and you've listed a load of there there is a is a tablets you can turn off and on or is it something that you'll the same guy will. We don't do the traditional events don't happen. We can't market around them. What's the nature of that conversation so from from brands perspective? You're you're spot on. You know when when.
"csm" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"A consumer product that you able to play just really fun game. There's some therapeutic applications that exists but for this it's mostly just consumer and just having fun playing playing fun games so the bottom line. What I'm getting here in Burlington lines. It's just awesome. It is it's fun. It's it's an incredible experience if you've ever have you ever tried it. It's incredibly immersive. You feel like you're in a new world. You could be out on a beach. You could be out in outer space. You could be fighting. Darth vader with a lightsaber. You can do anything you really want with it. It's a lot of fun so we're giving that away and who who's nice to donate this. This is I think Bob was the one who purchase. I believe he Bob Bob. Let's hear for Bob Is there anything else we need to cover? When make sure we thank enough enough people leave anybody in alerts or help with the event Just really everything was brought on by the technology six so they're the ones who are really responsible for all of this center for them right there. Yeah good I'm the only guy clapping fantastic that's good is the PT One. Thank you guys out For the for the organizations demoing their products that you guys of course thanks Robert Who stopped by Techno Palooza twenty twenty the PT podcast is a product of PT Podcast LLC it is hosted and produced by P t podcast CEO Jim McKay and Cbo Sky Donovan from Marymount University. We talk pt drink beer and recorded this has done another poor from the PT podcast the PD podcast is intended for educational purposes. Only no clinical decision making should be based solely on one source law care is taken to ensure accuracy factual errors can be present more on the show at PT. Podcasts DOT COM. If you're looking for education passed your physical therapy degree. Look no further than Brooks H. L. that's Brooks Rehabilitation Institute of Higher Learning. You can find out more at Brooks I. H L DOT ORG continuing education along with residencies and fellowships residencies in orthopaedics geriatrics. Women's health neurologic pediatrics. Sports and a fellowship opportunity as well so look into it. If you're looking to expand your knowledge base Brooks Ihl Dot Org our home on the Internet. Pine CAST DOT COM created by build PT BUILD PT provides marketing services specifically for private practice. Pdas from website development host inviting content marketing solutions. Pt Clinics across the country. To See what we can do for you today at built. Pt Dot Com..
"csm" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"To make my life better as clinician. I then as a patient. There are a number of ways for example. If you have a no show you'll can replace that visit. Read the tally. And we also with a on your website so that anybody any patience can click on it and make appointment you can have a discovery visit talk to the patients video before converting on the patients to tweet cleaning and the for a home health. They cannot replace the home visit with Telly to deal with the PD GM constrained and so on us gray talk about patients. Yeah I'm guessing. Gas Mileage will be first and foremost right if the patients has vestibular disorders. It's hard for them to drive any if they are a stroke patients or a post surgery patients. It's much easier for them to receive treatment at home so that's for sure. Access to care and remote areas rural areas access to care is for sure the benefit so not talking about. What what you're bringing to the table talking about telehealth as a whole. What are the barriers? Wouldn't he get through so that this thing is not a it's coming it's already in the past? What what what are the things that we had to pay attention to? One is the reimbursement but right now is like a midway or halfway. Different states have different requirements. Share for Reimbursement so for that we will end are doing a great job in in championing this and we will help clinics to analyze your situation to get reimbursed. Like it all right. So what do I need to get it? Where do I go to find out more information? If someone's taking center here right now. Yeah Goto. Our company website is luce health dot COM. And then you can actually Subscribe for two week of free use of this platform and we will answer a lot of questions or email to support at up. Luton health dot COM Blue Jay health dot COM Appreciate the time lasting do on. The show is called the parting shot. What's one thing you'd want? Everybody here techno polluted to always remember. What's what's like your mantra or your soapbox that you're always mentioned other therapists source. Go to hell go telehealth right there. Tony I appreciate your time. Banco teaming online facebook twitter and instagram at PT. Cast rock tape helping you. Get your patients stronger longer. Find Them Online at rock tape dot com slash medical more than just a kinesiology tape company. They are a movement company. The classes the tools the education the research to get your patients move stronger longer. Find Them Online at rock tape dot com slash medical that is rock tape dot com slash. Medical this is the Time Cast Techno Palu Twenty twenty names Michaela physical therapist. Who also hosts the PODCASTS? Where are you from? I'm from Georgia state into US. In Atlanta Georgia. All right and what are we talking about today? Hear Techno Palooza. What Tech Are you? Palooza ING in the In the Atrium here sure Jimmy. We are showing the windshield. Reality headsets. Using oculus quest what it does is it shows individuals at which will environment where they can go exercise. They have a personal trainer a physical therapist who they can follow right. That was on my Christmas list. Planning on we`ll. Vr was young. You know doing like virtual star wars lightsaber and stuff like that. Is that the kind of things that were either able to are going to be able to do virtual environments kind of really just. It's a blank canvas paint on it absolutely so for rehabilitation we are developing a different type of environment where people can be enabled to do what we want them to do. So sometimes individuals when they do things in the real world when they do. The movement did be optimal right but in the Wedgwood world we can provide an environment where they can do the movement much better and so that helps them to train the movement pattern. So that's what it's all about. I just keep thinking back to star Trek. The next generation is the holiday man. I mean just kind of just say whatever you want. You can put someone wherever you want him to do. Absolutely how does it make my life better as a clinician? We'll go clinician. I then patients was a clinician. Has helped me absolutely as a clinician. What will help you is to provide your patient with an environment where they can safely exercise either in the clinic or at home using the virtual reality environment and it also gives you a lot of information as to how they move again. We have evaluations for them. The clinic sometimes. If a patient cannot reach the clinic we can do it from a home setting. Okay that's what it does for you punish and then as a as a patient imagining this is different. This is going to be novel interesting. I want to buy in. But what else so for the patient I think it provides another place where they can exercise where they are there one on one with an instructor so expensive amount of time they can spend pt outside of the county gives them more time doing Plus it's cool. Yeah absolutely can you lightsaber games with your patients? That's not me. Sometimes you can use a broomstick and clinic but that might get dangerous but hey virtual space underwater where we wanted to put. So how's work going to bring this into my clinic? Where my practice is this an entire kit? That you said is an add on. How does this work so right now? In my lab we are just using the OCULUS quest which you can buy on Amazon. So what we're doing is we're taking that and we're working with industry partners to create software. That could be placed in the oculus quest. Yeah so that's where we are and it's in the research phase right now. I hoping is that once a software done in my case we are working with individuals of Parkinson's so we create a program for them. Then we can offer to the patient to try it and attested like at what you do to get it. It's a website where you'd want people to go and find out more about year your work absolutely. You can go to physical therapy website at Georgia State University and in there is my lab and we have a lot more information there but more importantly I would direct people to go to the first council. Ab We have a ton of information on sensing technology and robotics so other four others Core groups are there is also please go to the first council website. We have a lot of information. You're doing the hardware taking all that stuff and putting it together. People might as well take advantage of absolute lasting would you? On the show I have attrition called the parting shot. Okay it's your mantra. Your soapbox something. You're always making us. I mean you'd want everybody here at CSM to kind of remember it. Hold Near and dear to their heart. That's a great question so I say to everybody every day. We have day right so we gotta make the best of it so it's physical therapist. We wanted to do our best for patients every single day. So I call it my best everyday my best day every day. That's it thanks for your time. A man absolutely fine cast. Yes yes show by telling a friend or by leaving a review on nineteen's or Google play as we continue to do quick hitting interviews here at Techno Palooza. Csm twenty twenty in the atrium. Here's a pretty cool space. I'm joined now with Mickey Mickey First of all. Where are you from geographically? I live in Charlotte North Carolina. A good spot. I'm jealous and Who you hear it. Techno Palooza with he representing Cassamba were over there at boosts number six. Or sometimes we call eight six six eight eight. You never know all right. So Cassamba is how would you briefly describe it? We're a full spectrum therapy. Mr Company we spend home health skilled nursing facilities and outpatient kind of do a little bit of it all Yeah like that all right. So how does how does cassava make my life better? You know what? What sort of things are you going to be able to to make me sleep easier at night about? Oh my goodness well. If you're a therapist we're GONNA make your job so much easier. Because it's a very smooth efficient workflow. You'll be able to spend more time taking care of your patients and not doing that. Annoying documentation headed so much. If you're an operator and you're concerned about productivity you're going to want efficient therapists so we're GONNA keep them efficient ripe and compliance wise. We have built in hard and soft stop so that you're going to be compliant so the documentation is going to get done and you're going to paid a like that. I like how you hit that the PD pay were the paid so now we know how to make my life better. What do we need to do to get it? I'm sure you're doing this a Lotta Times here at CSM worship someone go to get even more information contact you. Oh absolutely we can go to our website. Cassamba Dot net. I like that clear. Concise right to the point Cassamba. Yup Boom last thing we do on the show this tradition. We have what's called the parting shot? So what's your mantra or your soapbox within your always one. Pt's to remember it. Hold Near and dear their heart keep it simple and keep it real. It's it making sites the point. Keep it simple. Keep a real mickey from Cassamba. Appreciate your time. Follow US online facebook twitter and Instagram. At PT podcast. Techno Palooza were very PALOOZA E. Right now as bring Heather Smith here techno Palooza. We've got fifteen twenty different organizations kind this atrium here at CSM and this is A. It's like a little bit like a a children's museum they want you to touch and play with stuff. That's getting into stuff. Heather you represent the American Physical Therapy Association. You do have a nickname. What is it quality quarterback quality quarterback? And I feel like you're doing a post game interview. 'cause you've got the headset on air at CSM outside representing in your position. You're here talking about what what's the thing you're talking about. I am talking about the physical therapy outcomes registry okay. So it's not an exoskeleton. We can't really touch the outcomes registry. It's kind of intangible. What is it what? What is the outcomes registry for people who don't sure So the outcomes registry is a way to really harness the data that you collect every day in your clinical documentation to look at your outcomes as a provider as a practice across multiple locations and really be able to improve the outcomes of care. And there's a couple different things. I remember the first time we talked about this. Before we hit record we were talking about that San Antonio. Csm few years ago. And I remember you were going through it. I knew this much doing the very little sign here in the podcast knew very much. About what a registry was. You're putting the information. You're already collecting into a database. But what you're able to get out of his not only your information but you're able to compare other information that's de identified of course but you're able to see where your patients are landing on the scale of everybody which is Great. It's really fantastic. So you can see the benchmarks. Were comparing your clinic you you as a practitioner to everybody else's data so that is your right de identified but you get to see the registry for that measure and then for measures that are used in programs like the merit based incentive payment system or maps there are some national benchmarks that Medicare develops and we also have those available in the registry. We say no outcome no income right as we go into the future. Yeah I like that one right there. Is this going to lead to something we haven't thought about? Is this going to lead to fantasy? Physical therapy what I mean is drafting and trading of clinicians based on fantasy scores in the outcome registering. Well that's an excellent question. How it is. It is pretty cool idea and concept and I can tell you that in the physician world that does happen. You're seeing folks really incentivize providers on performance on the outcomes that they achieve and we will if we WANNA keep saying that we will be paid on performance and how great we are. We come to. Csm We hear the research prove it put upper shut up if someone wants to get involved if they're a small clinic if they're a large group of clinics. Where do you like to send them so you can go right to our website? Pt Outcomes Dot Com. Or you can email us at registry at EPA dot. Org more information look good. Heather does that boom right brand flow. That it's like you've done this a couple of times feel a few. Let's see parting shot. You've done that on my show before because you you you have to keep changing the parting shot would your parting shot be at CSM? Twenty twenty here in Denver. Data is the future. Data is the future. Heather Smith from the. Everybody thinks they're doing some quick hitting interviews with some of the The representatives from all the different organizations around here techno Palooza more stuff from the tech world. Coming up here in just a.
Intel’s unfixable chip flaw could give hackers access to encrypted data
"An unfixable flaw in nearly all intel chips released in the last five years has been discovered that allows sophisticated attackers to access the mask Rom. A piece of the chip. That boots the very first piece of CSM. Firmware and the vulnerability can't be patched with a FIRMWARE UPDATE. Quoting ARS TECHNICA. The flaw resides in the converged security and management engine a subsystem inside. Intel. Cpu's and Chipsets. That's roughly analogous to Ares. Platform security processor often abbreviated as CSM. This feature implements the firmware base trusted platform module used for silicon based encryption authentication of U. E. F. I. Bios firmware Microsoft System Guard and bit locker and other security features. The bug stems from the failure of the input output memory management unit which provides protection preventing the militias modification of static random access memory to implement early enough in the firmware boot process. That failure creates a window of opportunity for other chip components such as the integrated sensor hub to execute malicious code. That runs very early in the BOOT process. With the highest of system privileges quote this vulnerability jeopardizes everything until has done to build the root of trust and lay a solid security foundation on the company's platform. Mark Emmer lead specialist of hardware security at security firm positive technologies wrote any post detailing the bug quote. The problem is not only that it is impossible to fix firmware errors that are hard coded into the Mask Rom of microprocessors and chipsets. The larger worry is that because this vulnerability allows a compromise at the hardware level. It destroys the chain of trust for the platform as
"csm" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"People are what the get into the the and yet so we are going to be a large group bear. They're in studying folk when the food on the community So so do do for topic efforts. We've come here to transform them. I believe if the kids get to know what support back they've evolved and get the different people of all there's race ethnicity representing the profession. And we'll probably give them a women to pop wanted to come back intend. The homeland reached their offense from its mission that we ran a treat. We treat them if they can receive. Ah from us. He actually goes to. Let's say to me that's the next thing and truly awesome. Thanks that's great How people follow up someone listening right now? If they want to help while they're in Denver or from afar what would they need to do. We're going to go for the the easiest thing to get all the information. It is p in the community dot com. That's our that's our webpage on that you'll find kind of history of teaching the community by this is something that really started to go by kind of give you a little history. But then we've got length within the website to donate time right which are linked to a gray sheet that Kinda sign up for the volunteer opportunities that are available or donate down which would be a link to Gofundme page that we've got running to collect funds for the supplies and the kids and then the cost the homeless love. Seeing things like this come to fruition. Seven examples of it happened all the time in terms of like things like go. Ba- go or shoot for kids physical therapists standing up and saying this is a patient population. EH WE WANNA make sure they know we exist. They're underserved and you're doing something about it so we'll make sure to get all the links to everything we just talked about in this program. I'm in the show notes of this episode so if anybody's listening they can While they can jump in and pitch in to help is is there anything you'd want you know some physical therapist going to CSM SM to To know about this and and reasons why they should you know really embrace movements like this in the future really knocker puny right. It sounds like you had mentioned in the insurer right got about seventeen eighteen thousand of those kind of descend on a city. And it's just an opportunity to Khalid the Convention Center winner in go into the community and kind of influence the people that we are influencing but but not directly right. We're just probably increasing traffic and increasing increasing congestion in the city. But when I directly giving back to the opportunity to do so guys really appreciate you guys putting you're putting your effort where your mouth is and putting it to To good use while the profession is busy at CSM dental care thank the PT. PODCAST is a product of P podcast. LLC It is hosted and produced by PT podcast CEO Jim McKay and Cbo Sky Donovan. From marymount. The university. We talk drink beer and recorded. This has been another poor from the PT PODCAST PD. PODCAST is intended for educational purposes. Only no clinical clinical decision making Chevy based solely on one source care is taken to ensure accuracy factual errors can be present more on the show at PT. PODCASTS DOT. Com WanNA thank Brooks Zay H. L. Brooks Rehabilitation Institute of higher learning offering residencies fellowship. Education Orthopedics Women's health geriatrics tricks neurologic. PT Pediatrics Sports. That's an overview of their residencies. Checkout what they have to offer at Brooks H.. L. Dot Org world-class educational opportunities to the local and regional community. Check them out brooks. Ihl Dot Org our home on the Internet cast dot com created by build build. PT Provides Marketing Services specifically for private practice from Website Development and hosted providing providing content marketing solutions P._T. clinics across the country. See with goads P._T.. Can Do for you today. Built P._T. DOT com..
"csm" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"And as we were talking about concierge. PT and travel PT and and Thinking about how some aspects of that. We're really heightening. I just hope that's something that everybody's talking about whether they're practicing is is really trying to provide the basketball. You can't and as experts in non surgical management musculoskeletal conditions. Yeah I think that's the talking one of our profession with with you doing so much advocacy we should let the. It's there Your state delegate. Writing in in Colorado. I'm actually going to be the Orthopedic Academy Delegate Nice All right so involvement involvement with within the profession of vision. Twenty twenty was. When was that brought about three four years ago? Maybe longer in terms of here of things I want to accomplish by twenty twenty which I'm sure when they set out to achieve it seemed like the future but all of a sudden we're in twenty twenty and it looks like a lot of those things got checked off the list in done. Yeah Yeah you know and a lot of them are kind of. They're moving targets. There's there are things to work towards. We have direct access in every state but we don't have complete open full full direct access state so there's still Goals to be achieved. But we're looking at a totally different profession than when they came up with that back in two thousand five or something bad I think the entire percussion change in that. Is that one that one vision twenty twenty one that long ago two thousand five or around back in that timeframe back in that time for written. Wow that's great yes so I guess you know probably going into the future people like you. Who are in the governing process of our profession ashes? You're going to have to pick a target like twenty thirty twenty forty twenty fifty and draw up some new new things to strive towards anything top of mind for you that you'd WanNa see the profession go towards in terms of solving. You know I I never really known. These are the kind of questions I ask myself just sitting there were some people back in the early. Two thousand were really visionary and saw where this Profession GonNa win and I kinda. I wonder how you get yourself there and get yourself a mind for him to be able to do that. You've got to be you've got to be really entrenched in stuff for a long time. I guess to see to really be able to say where we are now and to really say what great possibilities are in our future and need to be in our future so glad to see that and we'll see what comes out of House of delegates at the next conference which is not far off in June. This take the parting shots. The parting shot is brought to you by rock tape. Rock tape is more than just a company they are a movement company bringing you not only the world's the finest kinesiology tape but movement courses to help you get your patients moving stronger longer. 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Conclave if you're a student he's big meetings you get got a lot out of them you get that energy you get that that connection so I think well said James appreciate the time giving us a preview of the the local flavor and we'll see in Denver boundary the we'll be right back to the time cast new step created the first PROC of its kind twenty five years ago. That was the new step. recumbent recumbent cross trainer now. It's a maintained rehab with physical therapists worldwide new step now continues its tradition of innovation with the new step transit. Another innovation in recumbent cross trainers for physical therapists delivering real time. biofeedback with this piece of equipment letting you use it. Meaningful ways for awareness of physical performance goals identifying and correcting deficits or imbalances ticket test driver fund out more at new step dot com. That's N. use step dot com online at new step dot com keep up with the show online. 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Her and Mozambique Caruth got pretty inventive. Way To get in front of some people who might not have been in front of a physical therapist before and they're doing it in the community right where we always say. Physical therapist should be well. They're putting their effort. Their mouths is the P. T. tynecastle it's all that. CSM As we we get ready for the big dance the biggest dance in the profession. CSM COMING UP February twelfth fifteenth in the Mile High City of Denver as while more than seventeen eighteen thousand physical therapists are going to go to Colorado this year. Bring him back on the show. Patrick Berner and I think the first time on the program right now. Monique Caruth guys. Welcome to the show. You glad to talk to you guys because Near and dear to my heart is how do we help people not only in our clinical environment. But how how can we do it outside of that and you guys are pretty intimately involved with a project. That's going to be going on outside of the the walls of the conference center at CSM. And I WANNA talk about that you frame up for me what you guys are GonNa be doing and and really how it came about the initiative they were doing title. PT and the community. We end. It's one of the two a PTA community initiative that that are going on during the FM initiative and then the step challenge of people are familiar with at the teaching community. It's really kinda twofold and we're working with the Denver Public School system and then we're also working with the homeless population of the Denver area near the Convention Center so there's a fundraising apparent as a volunteer opportunity component right raising money for applies for the schools that majority of those public schools are a minority population. So it's underserved. Population and in the applies for Cam packages for the Homa opportunities ripened fruits on the ground care packages doing interactive stuck with the schools. We're their love that WHO's really going to get the benefit of this. Who who are the kids that that you're going to be helping the kind of paint that picture for the audience? The most of the kids in Denver Public School System with the net system is actually a hundred schools so with our our partnership that the Colorado thinks after has made with the public school system. And we're going to shoot the try and get into about ten or fifteen or the school that wins. They of him most of the the kid grammar school kind of middle school aged kids and like I said most of that population is a minority. By in kind of those under funded ended an underserved school systems at school locations like that and specifically. What are you guys doing there in the schools? What are you going to be bringing to the community meaner highlight that for me? Yeah so with the schools we have an assembly kind of map out right there with the schools that are participating are we got about forty five minutes minutes with the school with the kids. They're kind of an assembly style. Riding the goal is to educate them on their profession. If there's therapy but also Advocates them on healthy. Living Movement is important. Why healthy eating is important? You know getting enough sleep really trying to paint them a picture. What healthier living With an all throw you know let them know about our profession in that it is an option in the future. Something to look into Let's talk about big picture. Goals down the line Komo Nick. How's this going to make their lives better? How's it going to change things for the individuals that you guys get to come in contact with while all insist on bringing awareness to the profession? People are gonNA fall seeing different. Pharmacists therapy we been highlighting.
"csm" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Places to hang out along there and and I really you know when I think of Denver. I think you gotta Lay from rise on course field up there as well mentioning mentioning chorus field. We do WanNa bring up something that is you know local to Denver but also specific to CSM PT pub. Night is going to be on Thursday that that is the Thursday the thirteenth of of CSM from six attend the PTA. Pub night will be at Jackson's Denver. That is a bar right across the street right from From course fields. Here's what I know about them. The sports bar lots of room lots of beers on tap and not far from the conference itself. So I'm GonNa make sure checkup I got pt pub night. We'll be doing some interviews live on site from that night at Jackson's Denver so we'll see you guys out there. If you want more information about that and you want to preregister preregister maybe get yourself a free t shirt give those sometimes follow at night on twitter all right so that's that's CSM. I'm excited fingers crossed on the the weather. A ton of snow up there this year in Colorado or has it looked like for you guys. You know a lot of snow in the mountains. We'd be getting little storms and it's fantastic out here but but but Denver's really Variable this time if you're looking earlier this week it was Thirty degrees they're supposed to be seventy this coming week. It could be anything and everything. That's cleanser is so variable as New York looking at Denver. You know all we know is was just super cold and then that's what I've heard from people like listen man. Denver could be just as you said seventy or thirty so I guess pack accordingly when you're headed out there to the mile high city all right so that's our that's are inside. Look with with James Spencer Sam. Let's talk about something specific to you. I give people just kind of snapshot of what you did talk about the first time we had you on the show but I think your story is pretty pretty cool to tell again just your journey through travel pt. And what you're able to do with it. Yeah I mean it's been a a lot of years since we've talked about my travel so until about three years ago I was traveling with my wife and I just kind of unintentionally intentionally we ended up coming out to Colorado in the wintertime and then we were going elsewhere in the summertime so often go back to New England in the summer. I'm from author author and she's from Maine and often go to Hawaii in the summertime. We did that war about ten or eleven years we kept it going for awhile and it was fantastic was an awesome lifestyle but eventually came around. I haven't kids and needling needing to settle down a little bit here in Colorado I whenever travel. PT comes comes up and people talk about really the things that they're looking for. Someone brings up flexibility. You're the Guy I talk about. I'm like I know this guy's Spencer. He would do like Hawaii. Colorado Massachusetts Colorado Wherever Colorado and. It was just cool to see that. That's an option like it's not like hey you could do that. It's like hey someone did that. So it's completely possible so I just love I just love bringing that up. And you've you sent me what I thought was the coolest pint cast souvenir in your ever. Tell people what you mailed you you you mailed something to me and I opened it simply confused. But I fell in love immediately Hawaiian coconut and And and we're over on this rural island in Hawaii and and I don't WanNa say it's name because I don't want to get it out there too much. Ah I guess we'd Love Hawaii but not this way and there's this guy get area in the Post Office he inspects the coconuts. Make sure they're not carrying any decision. Coconut weeble and and I painted up the coconut and you slap stance on it and stick it right in the mailbox and offer goes just shows up in the mail wherever you'd like so yeah one day one day I'm sitting there and and A coconut with stamps. On it legitimately was not wrapped. Arrives but ahead pete the pint. Our podcast logo just painted on the side. That will about a whole lot Mike. My whole fantasy league got some of my coconuts with tracks on your it is. It is brilliant kind of my move that summer. That's that's still in my possession shirow display it proudly so you mentioned having kids and settling down and not doing the travel thing that you did so well for so long. But I'd say you settled in a pretty cool malaria. So what if you got into now wanted to get into this niche this other thing our profession. I don't know so flexible to use a physical therapy upon a lot of range of motion there in terms of your career you're doing a little bit of concierge. Pt and that's the thing that's you know fifteen years ago wasn't possible but completely possible now. Oh Yeah Yeah you know I mean you know that there's just there's so much we can do without passion whether that'd be clinically or I've always felt like if I ever got really tired but clinical stuff you know you could go to add because she got you insurance where you could do. I mean there's so many places you can go and we talked a little bit about the traveling I miss that so much just all all the different experiences that I got through that what I have settled down here in a in a pretty good situation In in in a in a fulltime job at a hospital but my wife and I started Ajax physical therapy a mobile concierge peachy practice primarily her on it but I dabble in it as well and and that's taking cash base based pt to to people who see the value in it or loan to pay for it and you know around here. There is an actual an affluent population that we thought those would be our people that we are really getting but we're finding that it's religious locals who want good. PT Want it to come to them and see value in having the right person working on. How did you When you when you hung the slate as you say how did you go about trying to find? Those people are connect or just letting them know that you know you exist and that this service is now available to them from you largely word of mouth around your won't put up a website and facebook page and did all those sorts of things which I think have driven a couple of people with the largely. It's just been people we know saying you know talking to someone and that person needs some physical therapy. I don't know where to go. Oh Hey my my friends Keaton. Jane are Therapists and they've started their own business. And why are you tried contacting. I'm not that's really where people have come from as great just shows the variety of different settings settings that you can create in our profession. You can say. Hey I'll I'm GONNA do this on the side. I got a buddy ZAC Harmon who is out in Colorado. As well kind of started the same way had a fulltime job and then went to a couple of days a week I think was his you know. He wanted to dip a toe in it and see if it was viable and eventually he saw it was and I think that's I think that's that's really great. I remember hearing about concierge. P. T. or this idea not even that long ago I was GONNA say ten years ago but it had to be less and people were were saying campy done not sustainable annable. Don't bother going into it and now you see more and more. It is one hundred percent sustainable. And I'm guessing rewarding. What do you get out of it you know in terms of the intangible rewards you know I mean the the real kind of attraction to it is that you're setting the insurance overlords? Yeah you know you're you're not really. You're not beholden to anybody but you in the patient. What the patient on from you what you have to offer them? I think it's really rewarding work. Because you're you're you're cutting out some of the control so you're able to do what people really need. I think it's a great foreign practice you know I think we've hit on a lot of benefits. Just help expletives it is an and higher really able physically therapy more going to the patient I mean we say that a lot is make sure you meet the customer. You meet the patient where they are. I mean concierge. PT housecall physical therapy. That's the living embodiment of it. So I'm glad to To see you. You're living that to flexibility ability right. I mean that's that's really what your your travel career got to teach you or give. You was this flexibility and and continuing that but you did mention that you were also working for a facility. parttime at least is it slope side. Is that legit. Yeah Yeah I've been working so coming out here for the last however many years I've been working at the hospital little and occasionally at this little clinic that we have slope side on snowmass mountain. It originally started just as urgent care and emergency side of overtime Talton outpatient practice and just a few weeks ago I moved in into their full-time so Getting a little bit more skiing on my lunch breaks and staying scheme which I love that. That's great that's cool to hear here with James Spencer on the show If you can if you want to follow him online his His socials as the kids were calling it. These days on twitter on facebook at Hobo health. Begin the Ortho sexually mentioned advocacy. We're we're actually pairing up with the Ortho sections pretty excited to talk about it. Their annual meeting annual orthopedic. Meeting Twenty twenty. Have you been to one of these before. Yeah absolutely this was coming up April third and fourth focus. This year they do pick a focus head spine shoulder disorders integration over isolation. And it's going to be mall of America Minnesota not in the food court. I asked I got excited. But it's GonNa be at the Conference Center at the mall of America When I bring that up I know you're an active member of the orthopedic? I was GONNA say Section Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapy. Pardon me you know. What about this meeting excites you? You know when I wear probably five or six years ago. I just found it to be great programming. You know I have a hard time this point finding good continuing ed or finding something that really drives me you know I think. CSM and the conferences are top of our profession. You know you get experts talking about things but at the same time huge student enrolling fellow population there them so so sometimes. I'm just looking for more advanced content and I think I found that in McAdams annual meeting just a higher level. It pushed me to think a little bit. It was new and it was great and it was coming from from the exports in our field. Yeah when we were looking into this one I. I've never been might be palm sugar this year. It's an April in Minnesota which is a pretty good time to be a minnesota. What I liked ached about it when I started doing the research and digging big enough to be interesting to get those people in the room that you're talking about but not overwhelming in terms of not so big that you feel like like you're just roaming around and it's you know? CSM its strength is its size but also part of its weakness can be. It's is what looked into so far having not been but just what I've heard and seen is that. AOL Look Big enough to be relevant and good but not so big that you're going to get swallowed up by it The one when I went through maybe at one hundred fifty people at it. We've been having tactic hands on manipulation labs and that sort of thing and that's the type of program that they try to bring. Yeah big focus on that. I know that they're listening to their audience as they prepare these each and every year there sponsor in the show right about now but One of their big focuses when they listen to the people who've taken the course or who would like to come back again is is that we just mentioned which that hands on component. Yes so I WANNA learn. WanNa listen but they don't WanNa do. I WANNA be able to question. I want to be a feel feel and then ask a question again instead of just being a gigantic lecture hall the Entire Day so details about that I'd be a bad podcastone. Must have shared that with the Ortho. PT Dot Org details for the annual Orthopedic Meeting Twenty Twenty available there. Anything anything else. You WanNa talk about that. We can squeeze in a top of mind. It's on your on your brain. No I didn't have anything prepared but but when you say that for some reason twenty twenty keeps coming to my mind autonomous practice during during profession direct access the other points. That aren't right up front of my brain.
A-Cold-Wall Plots Next Chapter in Milan
"Either. This is Tim. lancs woods at Samuel Ross from a cold wool will and he has a lot of very exciting new developments on the horizon. So this is a conversation very much looking forward to. I guess we start with the big news at the moment. which is that You will be showing your next collection in Milan next week in did a sand. I'm I'm very curious as to how that came about. But because that seems like a very big step I think that you know the step trust came how often the crossing paths spent quite every time we've we've In Jones in Carolina rush of off to the CG Q. and During that conversation which of course led to the the prize in the award was quite expensive. Showing and explaining whether will be heading and that primarily easy You know sophisticated. menswear speaks to a young generation Breach Point between St wet and high fashion in a different slant on what we see and I think that it must have resonated to certain certain degree that physician and they went full to ask your phone your virginity to potentially show in immanent fashioned fashioned On the British Fashion Council as defined a from tomorrow on. What's wrong Tamar which is it google map? My business partner business of course He also was incredibly helpful in procuring. That relationship in making sure that This is what I understood what was put forth by the way Milan. Now you you have a very Highly developed others you of of of Menswear of industry. What does it mean so you will you do? Not You know what it means to show men's lowering the land entice you it means A maturing of compensation of dialogue of ideas it means a refinement the sense of refinement to be full and familial really only fools like I couldn't comfortably move forward into next steps and stages of a cold rules seminal growth and the more conservative -servative approach to Menswear Manana foods showcasing. The next step Nicole was journey in in in that C- in that place ice amongst good company and how as it affected your actual your approach to the actual design the clothing knowing that. You're going to be showing what I suppose is still the epicenter of Man Slim. Well it feels like the opportunity. The conversation Powell out pus Rebuff one could sail having a bit of time to have more introspective. Look at how does a cold will wish to grow For years to come and walk comments Resonate with myself. thusly before any brand sucato persona do I wish to stand by for fourth and bring forth into the wild and I think it also comes with the point of reflection not cold will always now five years old. I'm now starting to think about the next ten to fifteen days his and of course maturing growing Myself and my audience and that's really deeply into the duration of the questions we showed. You said something interesting that how you see your career. I guess you'll live. You'll career reflects that obviously as blow to man the boy to manhood this is popular funneling suck a coal is five years old and assuming that you were the boy the beginning our old would you say you are at this moment. Five via landmark. The five point had said specifically he the shift that we've seen in the sixty five exhibit and the shift that will see Around Fifteen fifteen years old was put full his nowhere near The end goal. It's it's slightly ahead of what was initially when she debuted at say so the two manual. You Yo- sort of maintains the sky. So yeah and so. You're going to Milan as it's the beginning of the next chapter chapter. It is leaving home in a way that she was like the nineteen Or to manage that fuss started to Matured Mature Muturi to brandon a maturity of most footfalls. And in a fine way standing on your own two feet totally not because it's new landscaping. It's a new Audience Demographics expectation And how close would be received is completely different than if feels ashtrays incredibly liberating to be able to have the opportunities that she's seminal nine point in browns history to show show this new slum or tin facet of a coke will. I've never felt this align with welcoming half full out of a coat will as most people are Who has been ally up into the year full cool? I'm gay free now. Point where Structure we have a team in place. I'm able to ought to get it myself undestanding more rules in laws of menswear and how people wish to be dressed in how they wish to express themselves you Brahmins reading. What's coming out right now? It's no longer saudi-based on oneself amnesty. She of self expression. That's an artistic endeavor a Cobra menswear random luxury menswear grant is shoot and is the sense of servitude in quantity heavy Ideology now which bit more unclaimed before in my offering I thank you use the word ideology. That's very interesting because a cold will is everything. I've read everything you've said everything I've seen seen in the past this philosophy and and there's a level of research and a and a kind of clarity of thought which is kind of interesting it feels so it feels sell an elliptical. It's almost counterintuitive. It's not like this sort of it. Didn't feel like a wildly instinctive gotta do it. Sort the other thing. It felt like this really research project and you know your background is graphic art. And you're not. You're not a fashion person per se but this notion of the project intrigues me. What was a cold wall? I've read so much about. How was your meditation Asian on your working class origins and it will as I started to feel like I was eating like baby Karl Marx or something after a while it was? I'm curious about about that about the very beginning of a cold all and whether that was right when i read about you thinking about way you came from and inserting this consciousness into a fashion context. It it's interesting because as you as you rightly said so much of my. My background is primarily graphic design than than design Working for graphic design agencies companies before stepping into fashions nations And that process of articulation. Your Rice less haphazard. I'd say it's more wall this process of almost fine to coming trying to problem. Solve and trying to articulate Issues using a carrot and says in some type of visual output and talking about the origins of the code will add it reflecting a walking class system when the I. U. Heavily relate to this almost is balanced between reflecting once past overlaying one's immediate environment in household members to sociologist in psychology lecturer at Offensive University degreed violence from CSM sustained thus is in an industrial design. Says this landed approach to express oneself challenge. Yes surrounded by. Yeah I I was. I was schooled for free to four years Wilson in this this road. Studious approach failed his fruit Majority of devops before concluding Cold War. But you're right this deep independent inning to try to reflect a sense of Occurrence Society which may be a little hazy always underpins What's put forth from a Cold War
"csm" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Think about Joyce I'm GonNa end on that note because I've got pages here. It's terrible. We got Jimmy Hart. We got hard work we got him to strike bracing failure. What would success just look like to you from a room like this? If what would success look like if everybody at the students particular. Let's focus on the students if they listen to what you just said. What would that look like five? have ten years from now. I want to do it if I can help you in any way and I've got I've got a team I've been in private practice now. Geriatrics and cheese that was I was. I was criticized that you know you can't take students into into I. Don't use these words at all but I have to use it for example into the Home Health and Rena oldest folks in academia said. Well you can't go to home health. You can't get a home health isn't it. It's not the supervision there. Why why can't we build a program of mentorship ship and sponsorship that supports doctors and physical therapy in the home health greener that's this clinically excellent strong and rigorous and we build that program and I've got Dr King here? That little guy right here there with the beer while you gotta call him little lets me. Duck Duck Dr King my chief Quality Operations Officer. Fox's he holds my shit together and he's ten times more smarter than I am. So thank you Dr King. This is a great example back in two thousand eight chuck. Dr King Jeremie Practices a student our practice as a student and now as chief Clinton call the operations officer is far way more Burlington. I know it's so there's potential is opportunity. There's there's lots of great things so don't not do it. Don't try and what would I like to get out of this. I I for the students. Just just don't be afraid hard work. You gotta work hard so there's no doubt about that that's not gonNa go away. I don't care what generation you're from if if you don't work hard it's you're not gonna get it so just be prepared to work eighty hour weeks and do just have to be if you've got a dream and it's in your heart and you have loved for it. Go do it and if if I can help you any way like we've got lots of great leaders here lots of great mentors. Just do it just do it. Just go do it take that chance. And if you fall on your face get up and dust yourself off and keep cracking on on because guess guess what the worst case scenarios I tell my this I told my self on and on this note Jimmy when that audit hit and I said the government the big bad government comes in and shuts me down worst case scenario. I played them all in my head right if they come in and shut me down. I'm a doctor of physical therapy and a damn good therapists and I can at least one hundred ten thousand dollars a year. Worst case scenario worst-case scenario wrapping up Jimmy Johnson to Fox. They so put your hands together. Thank you guys. Let's hear for Dr Fox so we had three speakers I say. Hey that's it go home. But the measure of success I'll end where I began to measure of success would be. What are you going to do about it? What are you gonNA do with it? What will you do with the passion inside right now? If you know there's going to be hard work and you might fail but you might succeed indeed thank you guys were coming out tonight. The PT PODCAST is a product of PD PODCAST LLC it is hosted and produced by PT DT podcast CEO Jim McKay and Cbo Sky Donovan. From marymount university. We talk drink beer and recorded. This has been another poor from the PT PODCAST PD intended for educational purposes. Only no clinical decision making should be based solely on one source appears taken to ensure accuracy factual errors can be present the more on the show at Tynecastle Dot Com our home on the Internet cashed dot COM created by build old PT BUILD PT provides marketing services specifically for private practice. PT's website development hosted inviting content marketing solutions PT clinics across the country goods can do for you today. PT Dot Com WanNa Thank Brooks H. L. Brooks Rehabilitation Institute uh.
"csm" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Unfiltered that was an event. We held in Washington DC during. CSM In two thousand nine hundred nine. We have three P.. T. Leaders Dr Tim Fox from Fox Rehabilitation Tation Coal Galloway. WHO pioneered go? Baby go and one of my faves Meghan Brown. Who owns mind the Matt in Alexandria? Virginia these these three come at the profession from three very different directions but all with a ton of passion we recorded this episode. Live at well where else a bar just down the street st from CSM in two thousand nineteen and it bakes the top twelve this year. Empty pint cat start small sir. Small ticket risk so if he falls flat on your face. What are you gonNA lose you? Get up dust yourself off right and you start over. It's not that bad. We've all gone through way worse than our lives so small be prepared to fail because the best things I've ever learned in my life from my failures par maturity the best lessons. I've learned in my life for failure and they hurt. They hurt really badly and caused me a lot of pain but then I can sit back. Can Relax in an apply and reflective what I've learned and just apply to make my life better so this was something weird then different that we did WHO's actually not my idea was skied out of in from from airmont university. Who came up with the idea for Hashtag unfiltered event that we did just before? CSM IN WASHINGTON DC. She said what if and I love conversations she says start off with my favorite phrases. What if we get a few speakers together and just invite a hundred people in to be in the audience so it's limited right? It's it's big but it's small and the speakers that we've let talk all have something to say but a lot of times when you go to professional conferences insist. There's this filter that needs to be on your Europe presenter not having a conversation there's no rant usually there's not many rants not constructive ones anyway professional conferences so this was not an official. CSM event this was a hundred people having drinks in a bar before CSM and we invited ended up three different speakers. And I've had conversations with all of them candidly and professionally on my show and you know personally and I know they all have something to say in terms of having something. They're deeply passionate about that. They like people to here but a lot of times when you put a microphone. Someone's hand on a podcast where you put them onstage at. CSM They become a presenter right. They're supposed to present so a lot of times. People play a little more safe. They play a little more down the middle. And that's not what this was about. UNFILTERED was about having having that filter taken off so we had three speakers and it went Dr Kohl Galloway. WHO's launched go baby go movement and he talks really unfiltered? What about how it could fail? How us not championing ideas like this could cause everything to fail love when Kohl on ramp? We'll have some more from Kohl's well coming up. Meghan Jim Brown and Brown. She's somebody who is for NAMARA Mount University. She is a physical therapist. I said that first and then an entrepreneur four and a leader and a rally earlier and someone who just gets fired up and I like people get fired up about stuff. She talks about owning exercise. How her her dual roles is physical physical therapists and entrepreneur who owns a pilates studio? Why physical therapist need to own exercise? She's a fired up about that. You're GonNa hear that and then We wrap up with Dr Tim. Fox who twenty one years ago launched a practice with a bunch of people in his ear. Saying you can't do that. You're not allowed. You can't offer outpatient outpatient physical therapy under Medicare part B. older adults in their home. You can't be the Uber of older adults. Anyway he read the Medicare rules and recs then and now and he said doesn't say I can't in fact if you read it it says I can do it and I'm going to do it and he did it. And he's been doing it for twenty one years with Fox rehabilitation so he got up there and he wanted to just tear the cover it off so this was an invite only event for one hundred people. That's it we have people in their win. We stopped at one hundred and great environment great audience but I did record it and we weren't gonNA release because wanted to keep that room special and then I had more than a few of you reach out to me and say hey I had a friend who was there who said it was great but I couldn't he dare or people who were there who wanted to hear it again and kind of kind of get inspired a second time and then I thought man it would suck if someone really wanted to be there but they couldn't afford board to go to. CSM or geography wasn't allowed or timing or anything like that. So that's when we decided. Hey we got the recording. Let's release it. So Hashtag unfiltered Rosa three speakers. You're going to hear from. I hope you get get inspired as well episode brought to you by Owens recovery science single source for PT's who want to get certified in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training love when this hits mainstream right Zach Ephron is recovering from an ACL reconstruction. And he's talking about doing bef are now. I'm not saying. Hey Zaka Fron does it. I'm saying checkout Johnny Owens website read the research rich. I'm just glad that mainstream is actually getting a taste of this idea of bef are so if you want information about. Johnny's got the research. The Research Janis authored. The researcher members members of his team as well. SO CHECK IT OUT OWENS RECOVERY SIGNS DOT com if you want to add this to your clinical practice also WanNa thank Fox bill. -tations they helped us put on unfiltered food at a really cool venue in downtown. DC So without Fox rehabilitation. Tim Fox in this event wouldn't have happened so just wanted to say thank you to Fox for for for helping us out there as well and open notes Also another podcast. NPT steady cash. We launched recently. It's a podcast that helps students study for the board exempt exempt short to the point episodes between three and nine minutes. Long each episode. About just one pathology everything you need to know on Parkinson's disease everything you know on. ACL Reconstruction Shen Rehab. Everything you need to know Osteo geneticists imperfect. We've got an episode for each thing and we're always adding to it all right. Check it out wherever. PODCAST or hurt N. P. T. study casts that is brought to you by Arias medical staffing you are. US MEDICAL DOT com. All right all of the episodes here it is Hashtag unfiltered the best conversations happen at happy hour. You're welcome two hours for this is the P.. T. podcasts here's your host physical therapist. Jimmy Mackay Ready to get gone I want to note show hands. Who is here tonight for their very first? CSM Wow very first. Sam Damn how about someone. WHO's a second? Hold them up high. If you've done more than one there you go good more than one. Hold up if you've been doing more than that. Three three four fours legit five six. We still got strong. People get entirely seven eight nine robbins hand up ten eleven Robinson. Eleven right there. Let's hear for Robin Kiare. Dr Chiara for Fox Rehabilitation Radio Segue thank you to Fox rehabilitation for providing the food and this lovely environments now. It's here for Fox rehabilitation. Yeah I wanNA say thank you because I literally wrote an email to Robin. Who has the record in the room for? CSM's attended by the way and and The the email was like. Here's the deal. We want to do something a little bit different to kick off. CSM and they say great. What do you want? I need need funding. And they're like great. Give give us a reason. And then I'm a little bit. I don't know if you can tell scattered at ADP. But I just wrote this email all in one shot and I said here's the problem I'm with CSM that I see him. When you go to presentations especially for your first time? You're in receive mode those students right. You know what I'm talking about you sit sit in class and you receive information and then you go home you Netflix and chill. You come back a few weeks later. You're tested upon that. And you regurgitate urgency right. I was like that's not cool. The problem is this same here at. CSM WE'RE YOU'RE GONNA walk amongst seventeen thousand of your colleagues and I think that's fantastic right across the street in nineteen thousand physical therapists. There's a sign. I saw tweeted by the way. This is the largest physical.
Sprinklr - The Social Technology Serving 1000+ Global Brands
"To talk about how the world's biggest global brands such as Nike McDonalds, Microsoft, PNG Samsung and more than fifty percent of the fortune fifty and nine out of ten of the world's most valuable brands or working with a company called sprinkler wit is the first unified customer experience management platform for the enterprise, and they helped the world's largest brands reach engage and listen to their customers on Facebook Twitter and over twenty three other social channels all for the purpose of marketing advertising, research and cat and Straker does all of that on one unified platform which integrate with legacy systems and allow solo teams. To collaborate and deliver seamless experience to every single one of their customers across any channel and scale because I was incredibly impressed with what I learned and for me sprinkler stood out of the two hundred plus boats here at the adobe summit and sprinklers seem to be one of the few out there that have no competition so book lope and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to Vegas. So we can speak with sprinklers XM oh, grad cone. It will our promise you will be very enlightening and amusing conversation too. Massive all welcome to the show. Can you tell the listeners about who you are? And what you do, sir. I'm grad gone chief experience in marketing officer for sprinkler. And when I'm responsible for is all the traditional marketing motions, in our way, we measure that is pipeline. And but I'm also in charge of experience and how to our customers experienced product. How do they on the products and have they use the products to help their customers fall in love with them that will show many buzzwords here at the summit? It also was surrounded by them. I wanna quest to learn more about how these techies working in the real world outside of conference halls and keynote speeches so tell me a little bit more about how sprinkle is helping large brands such as Disney Loria McDonald's, Michael Kors, Nike PNG's. I'm tender. I could go on and on. But how do you help them manage their social media leaning words, buzzwords and marketing? I'm I'm confused. I don't know what you talking about. Yeah. You know, I think I used to work in healthcare in every industry actually has buzzwords and particularly acronyms in part of the reason for that. Is that the it's the way industry creates language that creates exclusionary access? So that they simply the way I judge you is they'll save you. Hey, what are you using to generate MQL's if you say to me muttering pupils, Mike? Oh, hello. And goodbye. And and it's very very interesting every industry, Scott that marketing is particularly adept at creating them because they're very creative people. So they're really good at creative. And I think that where we get lost a lot of the time is that at the end of the day, if a customer doesn't take charge card or cash out of their wallet and give it to you. Then there's no company. I mean, it's not that conflict. And it is funny. How people get all sort of like confused on what is the role of the customer, and should they be customer Centric and CSM is this new acronym? That's not come out customer experience management. But at the end of the day, someone has to decide to give you money the thing that you're selling in. So how do you do that? And I think they're really simple way is that you want them to feel that by giving you money. They'll be they'll be happier. You can't promise happiness. That's a that's a quest. It's never ending. You kids out there. Trust me. Don't try chase happiness. But happier is doable. You can't be happier in. So how do you create happier customers? And then that's a core issue. Now. Let's assume that it's eighteen fifty right now you and I are running a shop. Okay. Would we be flipping around whereas like CSM MQL's talking about marketing automation? No. But we would be thinking about how do we make our customers happy? We would be worried about. And so you would think about how do we greet them when they walk in the door. How do we get to know them? Really? Well, that was always the big secret the shopkeepers hat is that over time. They would know their customers and that customer and walk in the store I known sack while you were there, and you what you want a new when she bought last week and know what you're thinking of buying 'cause we were talking about it. We have a conversation together. This idea of really getting to know somebody. That's something that we've lost a lot of companies. And then once I know you then I'm like, okay. How do I tell you that? I got something that meets those needs and making happier. And then how do I communicate that to you? Then how do I give that to you? So you give me money. That's that's how we would run a shop. Right. And I think for a large company today, they they they need to have a shop keepers Mentana. Which in the first step of that? Is you need to understand which your customers are talking about the thing about you. But you're seeing about their lives what they're saying about products in your area like Cleese. No all that. Now until very recently. It was hard to know those things that scale in. So quite frankly, we sorta gave up as an industry. So you think what the history of the twentieth century? It's it's broadcast century or basically stood on soapbox does yelled at our customers. Ryan will just repeat the same thing over and over again until they get and they don't well. Then let us keep telling them over and over again, it it was too horrible time. When you think about it? But now, we actually have the ability to listen to what people are saying about the things they need and their likes and desires and dislikes and then act on that. And solve those things in create a happier person. Resolve it's a it's we live in a very amazing time. I think if you could just boil it down to half your customers and boil it down to knowing and then. Being able to engage in respond to it, isn't that complicated. This real vibe around privacy trust and transparency here at the adobe summit this year. So can you tell me a little bit more about how sprinkler helps lodge brands manage that customer social data in a secure way? An also, of course, how you're helping brands reduced risk in their own social media management practices. Right. So privacy is a always been a first party citizen at sprinkler. So sprinkler was born ten years ago. It's a ten year old company now, and there was one simple idea in the founding of it that's been pretty critical to our success, which is that we only work with large enterprise grants. And so what that meant is that we had to create a tool that would integrate into very complex IT environments with very large multinational organizations we operate in one hundred fifty countries today and twenty seven different languages. You know, we've got. Got offices in fifteen countries fourteen hundred employees now, so we've been able to serve as these large multinational clients by making sure that privacy security and governance were always first party citizens. So part
Stock Market Recovers After Soft Open
"Markets a look at macy's and it's blue mercury initiative think the shares of macy's have tumbled along with other retailers this year not aja stock is up more than forty four percent we're going to have details but right now let's go to charlie pellett in the bloomberg newsroom got a bloomberg business flash thank you very much facts tim fox and thank you bob every we have got the dow lower sp nasdaq they are both pushing higher snp up barely up by half a point right now twenty seven eighteen stocks clawing back from earlier declines to trade mostly higher on reduced volume as investors look past potentially rising global trade tensions the dow down twenty three points down about one tenth of one percent nasdaq up thirty one a gain of four tenths of one percent tenure down one thirty seconds yield now two point eight six percent gold is down nine tenths of one percent twelve forty to the west texas intermediate crude down three tenths of one percent seventythree ninetysix for barrel of wti industry data suggest american manufacturing gathered momentum in june and with more here's bloomberg's vinny del giudice csm factory index advanced a sixty point to one of the strongest showing since the start of the twenty first century led by a measure of pent up demand the gauge of supplier delivery scored the second highest rating in almost forty years they also show orders production and employment remains strong the ism's measure of cost of raw and other materials is close to a sevenyear high vinny del giudice bloomberg radio gold is down nine tenths of one percent twelve forty to the west texas intermediate crude down two tenths of one percent seventy three ninety eight for a barrel of wti recapping and p now lower down a point down less than one tenth of one percent i'm charlie pelletan that is a bloomberg business flash bank you very much charlie pellett you're listening to bloomberg markets.
"csm" Discussed on How I Built This
"You want it to be top of mind brand for category right and that is not that's not easy to do and even if you figure out how to do it it's not inexpensive by any stretch right so there we wanted to be able to do that the other just wanted to see that happen is investors it started to change their pitch to being purely from we want to invest in biparti your company to hey we'll invest invite party your company invested in it but we'll let you guys take some cash off the table as well and you know at that point in our lives with we'd both got married it's i'd kids near take kids as well be able to take you know a bit of money off the table as part of an was also appealing and so there's those things tied together at timing in our lives see you had two hundred and fifty websites under csm stores how did you how did you come up with the idea for wayfair but we knew we we knew we wanted a different name the cnn names using his name was difficult for people to remember recall we've always been reluctant news consultants but we hired a branding agency and they came up with the name wayfair and it's you know it's a made up word the tours wayne fair we liked their positive kind of shop you know turn the domain name was also available and so you work after go out and spend you know millions trying to buy domain names from people you could you could just register it and kind of be off to the races so it took about a year for all these sites to kind of consolidate underway for and and to the consumer wayfair seemed like a brand new thing.
"csm" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"Concerts and the like i think that four and a half thousand five thousand person venue sizes is a unique sweet spot and it helps a scale from you know a thousand person menu five thousand and ten thousand right when he thousand people here a capital one arena and then like you mentioned you know this this past fall little under a year ago we launched his brand new partnership with nbc to engage in longterm media partnership with csm atlantic which will soon be rebranded as nbc sports washington were we acquired a minority equity stake with poor representation larger rates fees around the washington capitals and washington wizards games but then also nbc invested in launching an brand new over the top threat to consumers sister network hauled monuments of sports network and that's where we really has a lot of the rest of our content in all of our live programming for all of our other teams i think it well positions us for reaching sorted that next generation of fan and consumer and a lot of our business strategy in goals are focused on that road i wanna make sure we reach that next generation of fan on because it's an evolving landscape and and i think that is frankly what makes sports business and media so interesting these that yeah while so the platforms huge ah has we can uh we just listen to that probably play it back several times i think it a world right now where if you have the business sophistication the hard skills and the sauce steals which you guys have demonstrated since 1999 when you first purchase the gaps and probably preceding a few years to that was the analysis of getting into sports and entertainment so it's been a wild wherever you've created in constructed this platform to have the vision to where you are now but in a world where.