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"cedar mill" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Anderson, a k a, Mr Black, and I know what's going on. Now, Listen, I know a lot of folks are uneasy. Because of the current events of our of our nation, But I wanted to get on the air and I wanted to just kind of be very clear. That The first order of business, no matter who was in office. We must settle out mine. And get into obvious. No matter who's in office. We still gotta run these plays. And when I say run these plays we talked about this last week on Wednesday, we have to run consistent plays in business and right now, regardless of the election. November, December and January are planning period. This is the planning period. This is a tax planning period so that we know how we're gonna settle up our business for the end of year. And it's also a business strategy planning period. So no matter which guy is red or blues in office, we gotta have a business strategy. All right, when, when in my business, for instance, class We've been patiently waiting for Fulton County Sheriff's office tohave to conduct a real estate sale, which hasn't happened since March. Okay. What happens if that happens again that they continue this behavior? If I if I don't plan then I will be out of business. So we have to in my own business, have a strategy alright, also real quick. Don't you know about any student GS? CSU law student or Kennesaw State Law student. We have an opening slot for an assistant legal research assistant. You've got the opening slot for legal research assistance. Any young person in law school practicing law school way would love for you to call the office 8875. 5105 another thing that I wanted, Teo. That's all I know is that we have a willow home highlights. So we parted with Lilo and we have some property that we have that go online. We kind of want to highlight them. I had one that we just listed last night. It's 2 to 6 for Cedar Mill Court in Kanye's 2 to 6 for Cedar Male Court and Kanye's, You could go to Villa and typing that address. This is an incredible home. We have a partnership program with Synovus Bank and Synovus Bank is providing financing up to $350,000 with credit scores lowest 600. As long as you could qualify for, obviously for income. But if you're in the canyon area, which is a great areas, a lot of space that we gotta quarantine again. You need to get a dog got kids need a big backyard space and something to check into. So just go ahead and check that out. Villa home highlight 264 seated in kindness. Also, as you start led into in the beginning of the of the big Mitigating market volatility. This this market is extremely and Rashad used the great words schizophrenic. It's going to go up and it's going to go down. And and you still have an opportunity before December 31st to an act the care on your retirement, which means that he cares Act will allow for you to roll over up to $100,000 without penalty. And you can put that money in a self directed IRA and you condemn ploy. Those funds interview estate, So we're not saying Take everything that you got off the market, but definitely you want to take A piece of something so that you don't lose everything. Listen, class, we lost 10 years worth again in three months. We don't know what's going to happen at the end of the week. So you definitely wanna know more about how you can make the cares at work for you. And then before we go to break, I want to talk to you guys about working on your business. We're getting a lot of phone calls. A lot of June calls. A lot of people have a lot of ideas. I have a lot of ideas. I have a lot of different businesses that I run. What you have to work on your business and not In your business, some books that will assist you with this process, creating business systems. One is the email mastery written by Stephen Gerber. This is the gentleman that wrote seven habits of highly effective people, and then another book that will assist you. Is the four day work week with Mr Tim Fair. These are books that get into systems. A lot of times entrepreneurs have a lot of ideas. And these books will assist you in aggregating. These ideas could turn into systems and then you can work on your business, not in your business, but we got to go to a break. When we come back, we'll we'll talk more about government contracts. We've got some free money that the government's given out. I'm gonna give you a website for more information as we continue to drop bombs. Ladies and gentleman I need you to call in. If you have a question, Dr David Anderson is absolutely one of the best I've ever seen at this. 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"cedar mill" Discussed on WRVA
"The podcast of this show going back for years. And years. Another thing if you do not If you say there's just not enough, Richard McCann And Jordan in my life, which I can understand. I can understand your dilemma followed Jordan and I or just follow what a week. On Facebook. Every Thursday. He and I get together. We kind of go over what we thought of the previous week and give our well just two normal guys opinions. That's all it is. It's it's pretty cut and dry. Doesn't get very political. It does get very philosophical. Not too shabby. Alright. Billy just sent me a message. Richard. They make hearty plank with wood grain. It's called cedar Mill. You, Khun! Get it at Massey. Yes. Yes, they did, By the way, if you want. What hardy plank is I like Hardy point. It is We're talking about the same thing. It's sighting made of concrete. Add structural integrity to ze home, and Ah, I like that now. I told you in the last segment, I was looking at ways to turn the house make it look like a log cabin. I love a log cabin. First house I remember living in was a log cabin. Can't help, but we always missed the very first one. So as I was researching last night and looking at the vinyl siding that looks like logs. I didn't like it. It looks like plastic because it isthe. Let's face it. It's plastic. Then. I came across A siding. That his logs? No, it's not. It's it's planks. Better cut. Like logs. It's awesome. Hope Kirk knows how to do that. Dark. Heikki. What can I do for you, sir? I'm good. How are you doing? I'm doing wonderful certain. Now, you just opened a new show room. Tell us where it is. It's uh, it's 18 11 18 11 Hugo not road and this is for the G's, Ah, kitchen and bath. Out standing here. What time are you Is your opening today? It's 10 to 3. Good..
"cedar mill" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Had on the San Fernando Valley sixty six degrees and with that cap it's two oh seven five day forecast coming up at two fifty governor has cleared the way for some retail businesses to reopen this week but LA mayor Eric Garcetti says that will be happening in the city I'm sorry we're not gonna be moving on those things this Friday as I said the state permits that is the first day but local areas governments have to be really careful about how you do this and it's not that we're starting the thinking yesterday when the governor announced we've been talking with retailers with small shop owners we talked a big retailers we've been talking to outdoor and indoor malls we have to get this right but I said he says the flower market in downtown LA is open again so people can get flowers for mother's day also announced that top attorneys have agreed to form a coalition to provide free legal assistance for people suffering hardship because of the corona virus Los Angeles is sent to borrow seventy five million dollars of the city's building and safety from an enterprise fund to battle the pandemic LA city council voted to give fifty million dollars of loan to the city's cover dated emergency funds and twenty five billion will go toward the cedar mill program funding will provide meals to twenty thousand seniors with three a day coming to them for ten weeks the money's being used as a loan it will have to be reimbursed the Orange County Board of supervisors couple votes to get it done but they directed the county CEO to submit a plan to the state for using all of the county's beaches the motion was put forth by supervisor Lisa Bartlett after three cities in her district Laguna beach and San Clemente and Dana point were given the green light to open their beaches I mean our only option is keep them closed or to allow for active recreation on a very limited basis and have a responsible plan supervisor don Wagner raised questions about the motion the clerk didn't say anything in reading back the motion about submitting it without this board which is obviously very split on this issue not having an opportunity to review what staff does the board then it rescinded its vote and Bartlett made clear that her motion directs staff to work closely with cities to ensure the county's beach plan is consistent with theirs and to submit it to the state the board again voted and it was the same three to two to pass the motion governor Gavin Newsom had this to say during his daily briefing working with the county supervisors in Orange County we hope new developments there very shortly the county's plan would be consistent with those of neighboring cities allowing people access as long as they.
"cedar mill" Discussed on WSB-AM
"We talk Ruth Mary joins us on the show how are you doing with Mary I'm doing fine seventeen lamb chops are you serious well the look like the little things you know what I don't like the lamb lollipops you really like lamb lamb is my favorite dead green I believe is making that for your Feaster the Sunday off Easter lamb I left and I want the leftover land yes our church to cedar mill in the one year our pre stuff wanted us to understand what the cedar mill was all about into the seder I'm sorry yeah it's it's probably the worst meal you'll ever get and it Hey I mean the apple call that's the best part of tributes but anyways we're doing our priests are doing the videotaping of the mass we can go on to the Facebook and watch that and will probably catch one would like to see the daily mass not from the different locations in the United States so we've been doing internet watching different daily masses that's really cool so we can see how all the other churches how they I mean the Catholic service masses the same you go but you know it's just nice to see how that's that's pretty interesting dumb what is what's the pope gonna do on Easter I think in the service he will yeah he's moving services M. D. as well what will be broadcast like we can watch yeah I mean I don't have you not do that right I mean that's a ram to that's the main guy you got it we got to watch the main guy on Easter right our usual specially now that we may but I was just gonna say I we were going to do just hand ascension named off all those places I'm like maybe I'll just pass on that and go to get a take out well I know why honey baked ham too was not on this list but I'm assuming like Easter is their biggest time you guys ever at honey baked ham yes it's delicious I'm a one time we did this is right after nine eleven and we're doing a broadcast at Cumberland mall out in the parking lot raising money for the red cross whatever and there's a Cumberland Hannah Cumberland ham honey baked ham store across the street another still they're not but they brought over ham sandwiches and I love free food in general but they were the the best ham sandwiches I've ever had in my entire life they give us like three hundred of them so I had about seventeen there you go with merry can he do it might save a little eye candy more than seventeen of anything well listen okay if I don't talk to you have a have a a safe and happy Easter and you have a safe and happy Passover thank you Ruth there is that is that the right thing say happy Easter yeah absolutely nine by the way if you wanna see what Lingard looks like dressed as a bunny you can go on my it's going to have meetings at mark arum and I. R. K. A. W. S. after the pandemic's over you can hire Longoria party yeah any joins us on the market so how you doing today are you doing this they're hanging in body I did not get an email from your daughter though okay will have a rescinded I don't want certain children down there but I was listening to the interview with the president and he was speaking about African Americans hello I don't know if you heard it I did he need the corona virus called nineteen is disproportionately hitting African Americans more than anyone else okay well maybe the African American I'm not afraid of course free to others will the I just saw it operated without a R. myself or anyone for that matter give it but I live in a place downtown call the welcome yes I'm familiar with it on the first floor we have has a coupon of ours def no one has came here in the office in or you know make it is about five hundred residents all of a few are you are you are you self distancing IT I'll I'll always remote okay well that's the thing that's what you that's what you have to do because it's spreading it's.
"cedar mill" Discussed on WTOP
"Thirty eight and a fifty nine dollar precision furnace tune up by calling eight hundred nine four eight Mike so rather can weather on the aids and when it breaks in Virginia southbound route twenty eight getting my single file to the right around the water main work and Compton road and there's water that is really got coming out all over the roadway as temperatures are below freezing be very careful out there southbound twenty to Compton road sixty six that is running without delay both ways and present on ninety five south still briefly still getting over the aka quandary on that things are moving pretty freely around the only in Maryland and Virginia no delays to report to seventy north still just a bit bunched up headed north of Clarksburg with the earlier crash before one oh nine is gone ninety five Baltimore Washington parkway each running well between the two bell weighs fifty out of the bay bridge also running without delay and brandy one the crashes northbound five and three oh one at cedar mill road slash McEnery road getting bite to the right keep your vehicle road ready with jiffy lube signature service oil change tire rotation of more plus break services without an appointment at participating locations bobbin would only feel be traffic what whether adviser to factor in the daylight hours on Saturday are we west of I ninety five Ford site increasing cloud cover I was a pertains to mid twenties I just esto Saturday morning and by late morning could be an interest to north and west under an inch the metro area the watch out for a wintry mix of sleet freezing rain and rain Saturday afternoon so my C. travel possible north and west hi secretaries lower forties turning mostly sunny on Sunday blustery and cold husband thirties low forties drive a cold Monday and Tuesday I'm stomping force Mike Stanford all right the temperature outside the WTO the studios tonight is thirty degrees brought to you by patient first physicians X..
"cedar mill" Discussed on WTOP
"Eight oh eight the nine dollar precision furnace tune up by calling eight hundred nine four eight Mike traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks on three oh one south bound delays from brandy wine toward Brandywine crossing the crash at cedar mill road is along the right side of the roadway don't three or one of the owner Harry nice mac Middleton bridge there are wind restrictions of fact and that is also true on route fifty at the Chesapeake Bay bridge tonight in Rockville southbound three fifty five best to self diverted beers mill road over the first three we'll be able to go beyond not Vernon place investigation from the accident involving a pedestrian southbound Rockville pike is closed after Mount Vernon place north bound the traveling you're open and ninety five of the Baltimore Washington parkway doing all right I believe that north on kennel worth Avenue accident fifty has cleared and on route fifty itself westbound before Davidsonville road squeezing by the right around the crash meanwhile around the beltway things are easing up nicely both in Maryland and Virginia ninety five south just briefly saw the aka quand beyond that the pace is good and sixty six west down doing a wash down on the route to take she wanted to thirty four prince William parkway so that should be our clear fairly shortly before now the ramp is blocked WTOP reporters are driven by fitz Gerald autumn all find the only genesis sedan and experience a luxury car that's the highest rated on the road visit fitz Gerald genesis luxury off its way Bobbi monopoly he'll be traffic couple stuff for as possible for a bit died overnight Ferron colder will stay rather windy I was mid twenties to lower thirties mostly sunny breezy colder on front of house only mid thirties or forties some light snow Saturday morning could be up to an inch specially north and west and watch out for a wintry mix of freezing rain sleet thing after the change over to rain from south to north highs upper thirties to low forties partly cloudy breezy Sunday highs low to mid forties sunshine breezy cold on Monday highs low to mid thirties I'm strongly for meteorologist by Stanford.
"cedar mill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"At a time when it whether through out a big chunk of the middle of the country is less than great snow and icy conditions creating a lot of problems on the roadways across the Midwest and the plains and a mother nature also creating issues out west and parts of the south were strong winds and possible tornadoes have destroyed homes that is ABC's Alex Perez hundreds of flights have already been canceled nationwide and that includes departures from CVG we are seeing just delays when it comes to departures from CVG the Cincinnati northern Kentucky airport right now listing about nine minutes to get through TSA the other big travel thing hampering you in the tri state is going to be wins there is a wind advisory in effect could see gusts above fifty miles an hour we are also seeing some power outages several thousand Duke energy customers blacked out because of downed branches and power lines now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health Westchester hospital nationally recognized for providing superior medical care and outstanding patient experiences yes plenty of fallen trees and power lines blocking roadways around the area among them state route one seventy seven between paint creek four mile road and van Arsdale road west of Camden also Goshen road near Newton's veil close between cedar mill road in Woodville pike state route one thirty three and Felicity closed north of route seven fifty six there's an accident northbound seventy five above the Norwood lateral it's blocking the left lane and traffic is heavy toward Mitchell you've got an accident John Glendale Milford near seventy five Chester road southeast Sharon road oil spilled in the road from that as well and an accident on Pippin at Neptune Dr you've got a downed wires on Glen view Avenue at Kirby heavy traffic down north bound seventy five stop and go from pretty much rich would all the way to the Brent Spence I'm rob Williams newsradio seven hundred WLW album his forecast from the advanced dentistry.
"cedar mill" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Has lowered its terrorism threat level from severe to substantial you're listening to ABC news our top story the Burnside bridge is open again following the weekend closure and two years of work K. twos Genevieve ray ohm says crews at a bus lane that should help traffic across the area eastbound strands only lean could start over at west second and extends across the bridge and time it says even though it's in the heart of Portland it'll speed of trips to writers plea from Tigard Beaverton Clackamas impression because it helps buses move around congestion an investigation is on going into the discovery of a body in a creek in Washington County the Washington County sheriff's office says someone called nine one one Saturday after finding a man's body in cedar mill creek near north west Cornell road in northwest one nineteenth Avenue an autopsy has been scheduled a teenage boy was hit and killed by a freight train near the Troutdale bridge okay to reporter Dan McCarthy is there according to union Pacific one of its trains killed a seventeen year old boy while taking seeing your photos on the tracks no one on the train was her it's also unclear how many people were with the team at the time of the incident the railroad is pleading with people not to use the train tracks for photo shoots an investigation is on going into a fire that damaged several cars in southwest Portland firefighters responded to the blaze in a parking lot on southwest thirteenth Avenue Friday night fire officials say it appears the blaze was accidental at least five cars in the lot were either damaged or destroyed an air stagnation advisory is in effect.
"cedar mill" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Sellers by roof life of Oregon. red wing keep this a secret any longer turns out he does have his own opinions doesn't mean that I would. say so long your friendly neighborhood grocery store. we were shopping a few weeks back at our grocery and noticed that some of the shelves were noticeably bear like what store doesn't have flour or coffee I said at the time it looks like that store was closing down turned out it was only several days later was in the news at the place where we did most of our shopping lands Thriftway in garden home its name changed to garden home market place sometime along the way would in fact be closing. the three other stores in their group which used to be bales are lambs riff ways in cedar mill a low and like us we go what also shut down. closures it was reported came as a surprise to an estimated four hundred employees at the stores who apparently had no warning they'd soon be out of work. now there's no way to compare the sense of loss we felt as customers by the stores closing to the blow suffered by the many who were about to be unemployed but we felt there lost too many of them shall stalkers checkers the manager we had come to know as friends. it's been no public explanation I've been able to find from signature north west the company that purchased the four stores in twenty fifteen one can only assume it was a financial decision and you don't have.
"cedar mill" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"cedar mill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Initial confrontation between the police officer and the suspect or if it was a swat team that was involved this is we get more information on that will bring it to you the other big story is of the flooding that's the result of the heavy rains that hit overnight National Weather Service has a flash flood warning up now for southeastern brown in Adams County until eight thirty this morning radar shows heavy rain falling across that area up to three inches already and perhaps another interest so before the rain starts to taper off so we're talking places like west union Vance Berg cedar mills of Ripley that could be affected by this as a flood advisory as well for northern Klamath county in southwestern highland Callie those areas have seen two inches of rain this morning may get another inch thick a push up a small streams that could flood some roads in spots I must've slept really well because I missed most of it you know I I didn't hear it notice those streets for a little while when I pulled out a new for just one of the I didn't I didn't hear it either but and this is going to across the northern and eastern suburbs in the tri state right now apparently it's a couple of different systems that rolled through those areas and one now that's just kind of style okay coming up on news at five thirty will update this and tell you what we know about this police officer involved shooting in fifteen minutes newsradio seven W. O. W. that's about five seventeen right now seven under W. L. W. because these are the Daves story that the two big automakers Volkswagen being when I going to do away with hybrid vehicles and go to all electric vehicles and the piece for is things to think about if you're one of those whose began going one hundred percent renewable energy from the Wall Street journal on because before left on vacation now the fifth of August what was the the renewable energy is a bit of a misnomer wind and solar and the batteries are all built from non renewable materials and they wear out the old equipment has to be decommissioned generating millions of tons of waste.
"cedar mill" Discussed on Job Seekers Radio
"That is building trust with hiring teams whether it's getting interviews or getting offers. Yeah. Trust is the basis of a relationship of a positive relationship. I think I've said this before, but I remember years ago when I was in college, the instructor asking us, the professor asked us, which would you rather have love or trust? And of course, most people raise their hands when he asked about love and his point was, I would rather have someone trust me because I can love you and still not trust you that a relationship is limited if I trust you and love you that relationship. Is unlimited. Trust is really the basis now if you really distrust, someone the chances are pretty good that, that relationship will never be as fruitful. It will probably end at some point is kinda like meet the faulkners, right? Yeah, there's, there's a circle of trust, and it's likely each one of us has a circle of trust that is kind of a joke. But the idea is probably more people that you trust fewer people that you trust than those that you love. Yes. And if you think about the van diagram, and that the different circles that you have, whether that you're working Byron meant plus your home environment. Plus your, your outside social environment. Those are three different areas and you're looking to stay in that sweet spot, that's going to be true even of different teams at, at work, or if you're not in a job right now, the different people that you're your networking with all of that is going to play a part it's building the scope, expanding your area of trust to include more people and that takes what is trust? Think about that for a second and just kind of wrap your head around that Scott, as we start talking here. What I mean by what is trust is not in a definition kind of way. But what is trust when it? Relates to hiring somebody and what is trust when it comes to getting interviews or going from an interview to offer phase? What are the components that we can talk about that relate to trust in one of the things that I always think about his consistency and consistency in terms of your, your resume, your linked in profile the way, you're presenting yourself, personally to another human being on hiring team being consistent throughout and I'm a firm believer that the only way to be consistent in that way, is to be truthful. I, I know you, we hear all the time about people. Oh, well, she interviewed well, and what's interesting is to see how the person who didn't necessarily present himself or herself, authentically, and honestly, in the interview, and they did really well and they got the job. What their trajectory then looks like once their reality becomes visible, and I've seen more people. I it's not a hundred percent that they don't last. But. I've seen more people not last in those jobs, once it became clear that the alignment wasn't real, and that is unfortunate on every possible level. Like a faux alignment alignment. It is magnum integrity, it, it's not a good place telling the truth, having consistency integrity filled correspondents is what we're talking about there. And often, we think of trust is this big overarching thing, where, hey, I have to be able to rely on you to save my life. Kind of thing or if I die, I'm gonna leave you my kids kinda thing, but if we're talking if we're talking job search it doesn't need to be that sophisticated to be realistic. You're not going to be talking about a trust of that death either. But you do have to be offensive in order to be trustworthy. Now, of course, we've heard the quote in order to make someone trustworthy. You have to trust in that, that is a two way street. I have to make sure that I'm being honest enough. So. That the way I show up on the job or at my next interview is the same how I showed up today, that is just the basic level of trust. And when you think about there are two different kinds of trust the one that is associated with thority versus the one. That is earned the one that we stick to or stick with is the one that's earned. And that takes time it takes effort. It takes that authentic city to know that I'm going to be able to predict your behavior based on what I know of you so far because it's the unpredictable ones the ones that we can't trust that we can't rely on in the future. And that is the whole point of trust in the workplace and that brings me to math. I know you like math and knows sure I do if you look at objectively a hiring process, there's typically hundred plus roughly speaking applicants in the only pick one. Many of those people are falling in the category of stranger. Nobody on hiring team at the company is gonna know them until they come. Let's say to interview, but many people don't get to that base because what don't they have they don't have a known commodity position with hiring team now? I could be something as simple as me saying, hey, you know what you should look at Scott. He's really good at developing teams and organizational development and he might even have a customer focus because he comes from hospitals. Now, I say that on your behalf you're now known commodity, even though they don't know you, correct. Well, and there's also the idea that as that network continues to expand that podcast that you turned me onto just a little while ago that talked about trust in the workplace and one of the things that one of several interviewers that the punt caster was speaking with made the comment that we. Automatically look for Finnity. We look for people like us, and that is just part of the human condition. We automatically trust. People who look like us, who sound like us, who behave like us that affinity touches the rectal, Ian part of the brain that says, I can trust this person because he looks like me or he behaves, like me that, that's normal. We have to consciously think beyond that one of the points that this person was making was in networking or company. Mixers people. Don't mix. They stick with people. They already know. So they're really they're, they're maintaining their fought bumble and they're not breaking through that almost like tribalism. Right. So talking about tribalism I think about the interview of the gal who was the lead actress, in the original plan to the apes movie back in the seventies, how when they were in costume between takes and especially on lunch breaks, and interested in there were people of different. Ethnicities and races and backgrounds in similar costumes. So you have for example, black people who were playing the different kinds of apes. And the black people weren't congregating in lunch. It was all the Ranga tans and, and it was the costume, you rack because in that moment they confiscated with those who looked like them. This is a natural instinct and not just for humans, but for most species, right. Birds of a feather flock together. So when we think about that affinity, and we think about, how do I expand that, that means I have to be flexible in my ability in presenting my values might behaviors my knowledge, whatever that looks like so that I can present it to show that I can fit that, that, that alignment, now the another point that he makes is we're talking about contribution to the organization, not just fitting in that we should be able to add something to it. So now we're able to help other people expand their. Our network. The third party validation is good. Connecting with people that are similar to us in a similar way, so that we can build rapport, yet reports just a feeling of affinity. Right. Think I'm accepted and that's an easy thing to do. Just by using your name, Scott. Right. Got it. Yeah. Thank you. You're welcome than so manners. Is a great way to build trust being cordial saying, please. And thank you, and you don't have to be perfect. I've talked to people who say, oh, well, you know, I don't really know all the etiquette, and all that you don't have to what people respond to the effort, if they see you making an effort to do the best you, can they will help you do. Better reminds me of a story, we actually rescued a puppy. In fact, she's trying to get into the podcast studio right now from the outside. So it's kind of a hilarious that way, the people that we adopted this dog from actually said that we should get. Our dog food from from a place called mud bay. I never thought it was a place that you could fit facial, you know, maybe a mudbath or I don't I didn't know what it was. So they had a rescue event or dog needed in additional vaccinated. So we just showed up there and everything at that point from that introduction that one recommendation from one person got us into the store. Okay. So that's just like the job search all it takes, his one person one interaction to say you should look at this person, right? And you could be having an interview now, everything after that is certainly up to you. What I noticed when I went into that store, added to my trust in the organization right, by the way they treat their customer. They walk them around. They show them solutions to their problems that just elevate escalated my trust organs, because it's validating what you've just been told my partner, and I just had exactly the same kind of scenario where we had been referred to we were looking for new barber. We both have. Substantial beards. We want to have them looking. Nice mainly because we're getting married in a few weeks, and we were looking for somebody who could got it together. Yeah. Who skilled at this? Right. And so I can't act friend of mine for a referral who referred me to the guy. We went to today and everything that happened in that in terms of how we the job that he did validate my friends recommendation, but what's more and this is where ties into that job experience the experience, we had with the barber with his colleagues with the place that the, the storefront everything, not only validated the, the recommendation, but we had such a good experience. We want to tell other people about this business. It was such a positive connection all the way around with all of the employees. It was amazing. It was beyond an experience that I would expect. Ended of a barber. So when we apply this to the job situation when we get a referral, whether that's all I want you to interview this person, or, oh, this is a company. I know you should apply. Maybe it's this is the company where I work, we have an opening that you'd be for now, the next step is either going to validate or refute that recommendation, if we can take advantage of that use that as leverage to put it out on the table. This is what has been said, this is these are now my expectations of how entered this conversation should go. And that person is also prepared and aligned and everything goes, well, you've got a really good conversation going, and that's why we talk so passionately about network. It's an opportunity for you to have repeated interactions, where people feel more in more confident to recommend you to people inside their network that they otherwise wouldn't. Due for a total stranger, and we're not talking about, hey, you should invite me over for Sunday. Suppers you know you should've let me to your kid's graduation, whatever that looks like that's what we're talking about. We're talking about repeated enough interaction with somebody to establish consistency so that they can confidently say, yes, you should talk to this person. Now even better, if that's a hiring team and a hiring manager yet because now I'm not only at the interview I met the negotiating table. Well, and there are ways to make that happen. I always think about the gym. In fact, I think I said this in a prior podcast, going to the gym every single day. That's when people start to talk to you because they see you everyday. You're part of their world. This is where I make recommendations to clients to get more involved in their industry associations, or whatever the local chapter of fill in the blank, so that people Toastmasters another good example, the idea that they say you consistently coming in. They. They start to associate the thought of reliability with you that kind of trust takes time. But once it's Bill and you can sustain it that is the kind of trust. We're talking about in the networking, and job-seeking environment, and it's funny that we brought up the hairstylist in the mud bay example, because really I look at the touch points for for me to build that trust with that brand was not very many and it wasn't over a long period of time. So don't think that just because you think it should take time to build all right trust, we only need enough trust to get to the next that, that set that you're absolutely right. And in most cases, it could be the second visit that you, you start to have the conversation be open to it as it comes different people extend that openness of trust at different speeds in speaking of mud bay. I'll just put in another blurb for them. We didn't actually have a referral to them. I had passed the local one, the one in cedar mill Oregon. I passed it several times, finally, well, let's just go in and had such a positive experience because of all the touch points. They had within that first experience different services. They offered the way they, they explain you can return it if it doesn't work that they are looking for solutions for you, as we think about the job, seeking.
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"cedar mill" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"We love getting your questions and comments feel free. Yep. Absolutely within Tony the negative ones. Is that how it's going to be? We love the good stuff bad stuff. It doesn't matter. We love to hear from listeners. So we've been talking to Nicolette and Mitch from hardy James Hardie products. And really during the break always like to tell the folks we were talking about during the break, we were talking about some of the other products that are available artisan product. I'm jumping forward. I know we're gonna talk about all this stuff, but the artisan product, let's really quickly just overview the artisan product, the artists product is a lap siding. Right. Just like the standard Hardie plank, right except it's super thick gives a heavy shadow line. And it's smooth. I think with no cedar mill talk a little bit about that. And what makes it so amazing? So you're right there. We launched a new product line called aspire. And so as we look around at the character of the different homes, and how do we achieve it? We compete a lot with would looks and what would can achieve with the thickness that it has available to it. And so what we wanted to create a thicker plank and in doing that that also requires that we create a thicker trim. So that the sighting doesn't stick out further than the the plank does right? And so we we actually manufacture a two by four and a two by six and as you look at their other trims that we have we have all the difference with of four quarter and five quarter trims that people would need to compete complete their house. And so the the citing component of it is one one factor of it. The trim is the other. And as we look at the the design we launched a lap siding. It's five eighths thick. It's the artists in profile that installs just like a bevelled, cedar siding wood. It's got tongue crew at the joints. So that those lay flat on the wall, and it gives that nice deep rich shadow line. You can see from the street and also allows you to do if you additional things because of its thickness it allows you to do an actual minored corner, which provides a design aesthetic that most homeowners haven't seen in a long time. And it really stands out is you'll see some of these things featured at the street of dreams if you're able to go this year and get some ideas about what to do on your own home. What's exciting for us inside a party is being able to launch the other profiles with that thickness. So we've had the lap comes in smooth. It also comes in kind of a textured pattern, which is more like a wood type scenario, and then the other profiles, we have are all smooth, and they're flat to the wall. And they're made to mimic the old bevelled, cedar siding channel citing we've got a vegan grew which is very similar to pattern one thirty seven cedar products that you've seen out there. Many of these are going to be highlighted at the street of dreams this year. The street of dreams in the Portland area. Which is out at the reserve golf course. Yes, we kind of move our show is simulcast in a lot of different markets. So if you have a street of dreams in your area, if you're in Seattle, or if you're a Medford, or if you're in the bend area, we're talking about the Portland metro area. So the Portland not to say there won't be praying. Seattle. I mean, I don't know if they have a street of dreams in Seattle. But if they do they probably feature some some James Hardie products. It's not as someone someone who's interested in seeing a lot of these products. First off you can find them on the website. Absolutely, James, Hardie dot com. Otherwise, if they wanted to see something in person, how would somebody get ahold of somebody to say, hey, can is there a project? I can go look at her. Is there a subdivision go look at absolutely? So in every market we have reps that are able to point people towards product that's actually installed on the wall for homeowners to see as they make decisions about their products. Reciting your home is a big investment. And it's important to be able to show people not just what it looks like online. But what it looks like in real life? So many of our partners like par have different display walls within their yards to be able to show homeowners. What these products look like or they have samples that they can give out you can also request samples online at James party dot com. We're happy to point homeowners at all times to different places that they can see different products highlighted near.
"cedar mill" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Teenage girl The. Suspect and get them off the streets Atlanta police sergeant John Chafee tells me they hope, the release of the composite sketch of the suspect with gold teeth and lips tattooed, on his neck will lead to his arrest the sixteen year old was walking along the sidewalk when police say the suspect grabbed her pulled her into the woods on MLK junior drive and Reiter don't. Believe that we've. Linked him to any other crimes at this. Point but we'll definitely be looking at that tender Griffiths WSB and you can, see the sketch up on. Our website at, wsbradio.com man calls nine one one accusing a neighbor of pulling a gun on. Him Johns. Creek police Lieutenant Nick Currie tells channel two action news the victim. Was going for a run when a, car sped by his house motion it to slow down and that point the suspect got out of the. Car and paint, him up the car day later arrested Kenneth Perry who has. Been indicted on aggravated assault and weapons charges he'll. Appear in Fulton superior court today still no ID on a. Body found, floating in. A swamp lake and Loganville going going to police sergeant Jake Smith says investigators remain at lake Carlton looking for clues We don't have a solid point on. Where he may have entered the water or anything along those lines the body could be that of twenty five year old pharmacy intern Alvin Ahmed who was last seen Monday, night leaving his job at Publix just three miles from the lake investigators wait on further tests before they'll say what may have killed a mother and her baby at their home in Cherokee county completed. On both victims. We are still awaiting trucks ecology result sheriff's. Sergeant Marianne Kelly tells WSB they do not suspect foul play in the death, of Holly Whitley our baby. A two year, old found at the home on cedar mill crossing was not hurt WSB news. Time six. Forty one nineteen minutes till the hour another big weekend begins at. Atlantic Atlanta United games weren't three thirty, downtown that's going to create a crowd scene for the Jason aldean concert SunTrust park at five thirty tomorrow. Evening Gwinnett stripers, homestand this weekend is a.
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"Traffic center never dull moment roadways Steve Wynn was in the twenty. Four hour traffic center what's going on Steve right now work, crews paving seventy, five southbound deterring all travel lanes of volume going onto. To eighty five westbound at exit two fifty nine all travel lanes not. Able to get by the cloverleaf at this point so your best bet is coming from Cobb County on I seventy five try to go west on either windy hill road or Dell. Quote, getting to Cobb Parkway highway forty one southbound and then continue southward down toward mount Paran road inside the perimeter road. Again all lanes blocked seventy five southbound at the two thousand five cloverleaf in Cobb County reporting live at the traffic center Steve Winslow WSB as President Trump continues to clarify his statements which appear to, be on the side of Russia over US intelligence in the Russian interference in two. Thousand, sixteen this twenty nine year old Russian woman accused, of, acting. As an. Agent for a. Foreign government during the elections well she said to appear in federal court this afternoon. Maria Maria Wtma is denying. Any wrongdoing a mysterious thing for neighbors in one Cherokee. County neighborhood a? Mother and her. Baby were discovered dead in their home on cedar mill crossing and. Acworth police say there was no foul play but neighbors tell, channel two action, news the situation is odd just we're very weird an. Autopsy is set to be performed Thursday on the bodies a two year. Old was found alive in that home a traffic stop is leading to a huge drug bust in sandy springs cops netting forty kilos of cocaine with a street value of more than. One, million dollars and some good news from Thailand ABC's Adrian Binkert reports this boys in their soccer coach that were rescued. From the cave are being released from the hospital today they are released.
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"I'm tracy ellis on demand with the cairo radio cairo radio news 973 fm good morning everybody this matters guardian i seven three these girl news recurrent news there okay good we got darren out during the board nobody i'm doing well a she's he's screaming debbie you're the pep ourselves up here you know it's early morning so it's good i'm glad you're back with me good brother on the border and we get another really really cool the this kind of stuff when he gets into the smells cedar let's get jacked up during the do you ever been out in cedar mill now you haven't will you gotta you gotta go out and the visit these guys is his squad cedar lumber i'll tell you was like dopamine to my brand it's like the best are better veteran marijuana you guys so we got to legalize cedar dust all right so we got a couple of we actually we have stacy corvette she's back with us from his squad cedar lumber how you doing says the daily on it's good to see you too and then she brought a special guest this one i'm really glad he came his name is jeff jennings and he's a lead no right out there we're going to talk about how an custom molding discuss the real deal man in jeff how you doing good man good even you've been at the isikoff for how long thirteen and a half years holy smokes that's cool which are now how did you become a lead me how'd you become a mill ray what's the story on.