17 Burst results for "Ceo Cam"

"ceo cam" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

03:39 min | Last week

"ceo cam" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler

"It is for them to come in the more that we can ask for help and know that we are heard and receive when let's go to guardian angels and archangels and go to angels in general or ministry of angels. When do we go wear so. You never need to call on your guardian angel guardian. Angels there you need to thank your guardian angel. Talk to your guardian angel like have your best friend. You don't have to call on your guardian angel guardian angels on the job. Okay and just walk in with you like a guardian like guard who protects in kind of clears interference in till cheer awareness. Here and there gently just making sure you're on your path. Now you call on the archangels when you have really you want so growth in you. Want to really move forward in life. You're tired of being negative. You're tired of being fearful. You're tired of being bogged down with emotions. You're tired of struggling with material. Receiving an an an abundance. You want change. You want shift you. These are the big big guns. These are the big forces. I call him. You're our cheese and they come in and ceo cam ready for a shift a consciousness of of vibration rewire these neurons forming. Giving me a jolt okay. So those are the archangels. Then you call in the ministry of angels for assistance in the daily flow. What i need. Now what i need now what i need now if you were royalty which i can can we all are in spirit the royalty always has their helpers to clear the way and make the make the connections in bring in the joyful experience of live so live like royalty and that you have all this assistance in place to manage and make the live your life flow at the highest possible level of elegance grace of beauty abundance because that brings out the best in you you then become the most loving joyful fabulous generous person honored.

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"ceo cam" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Link which plans to put a chip implants in people's heads, which will help them communicate with technology or some such nonsense. He says quote if it is raining and you want your car to come, pick you up tesla ink lets you do that owners can pull out their phones, press a button, and their car can drive itself to the owners location. But in the future Tesla, owners may be able to ditch the cell phone and think their car to themselves. Musk answered a question from twitter. The person asked if with a neuro link implant, a person would be able to summon their Tesla. telepathically musk immediately answered. Yes. Following that it would be easy. There has not been tested on humans. Of course, it is actually only been tested on pigs, but apparently it's working. So if you're a pig and you need your tesla deliver to you, that's a lame joke. I'M NOT GONNA finish it. The company is working closely with the FDA to establish I human trials goodness. Gracious. These stories are flying by we have five more minutes to fill and only three stories left. Okay. Amazon drivers are hanging smartphones and trees to get more work. So. This is kind of complicated, but let me walk you through it. Basically. There are some Amazon drivers who are basically contractors for Amazon basically doing the uber equivalent of delivering a package, which means whenever Amazon gets an express delivery these individuals. Are All notified at once and only one of them has to pick whether or not they want to deliver the item in order to get their fifteen dollars shipping fee. So what people are doing in order to get the jump on their competitors is they're placing multiple phones as close to the Amazon distributing departments as possible so that when the Amazon Department sends out one of these requests, they can accept it as quickly as possible. It's kind of goofy. It's kind of funny. It's just I imagine driving down the street and seeing a tree filled with a bunch of smartphones. But apparently these are saving people milliseconds. Which is enough to buy them time and accept the offer Amazon is making, which makes the driver's more money. Certainly an odd way to handle the situation. I'm not gonNA read the rest of the article. You can go online and follow up if you are interested time to move onto our final story of this segment and Ontario woman was kicked out of a Bingo Hall for not using a mask to cover up her breathing hole, which is in her neck. This woman had been battling lung cancer for many years, and as a result is required debris through a hole in her neck. Apparently. She doesn't go out much more. Unless as her son says quote to play at a casino or Bingo Hall with her friends according to our sun, the seventy six year old woman was excited to see her friends again when Delta Bingo. Reopened after the cove nineteen shutdown however, things did not go as planned when she entered the elderly exclusive hall. Once she got inside management asked her to leave quote she was told to leave by management if she didn't cover up the hole in her neck. Quote she. And that was impossible to do. That's how she breathes. The woman son said that she was embarrassed and as a result didn't want to create a scene and left voluntarily once she was in the parking lot she started crying. This is so sad quote. My Mom was beside herself and floored. When the manager of the Casino saw the woman crying in the parking lot. She decided to allow her back in. But at that point, the old woman refused quotes my mom left she was too embarrassed. The woman went home and googled some rules around mandatory masks finding that she had been treated wrongly and she decided to go back to the Bingo Hall this Saturday and tried to enter again but didn't make it past the front door before being stopped. They told her quote to you can't come in here unless you cover the whole in your neck, the woman then pulled out a phone like a boss. She recorded the interaction with the Delta Bingo employees. As a result, the Delta Bingo CEO Cam, Johnston said that he will take quote hard look over the case but said people who can't wear masks shouldn't be visiting there establishment at this time quote I'll make a judgment shortly, but we would prefer that people who are unable to wear masks do not. I think it's best for them. Safety has to be our number one priority. At this time, we are trying to protect everyone on my first concern, and my first obligation is the health and safety of all our customers and staff i. don't have any comment on that I would like to know who you think is right. In this case, obviously, it's an uncomfortable one but leave me a comment about what you think for. Now we're going to break. We'll be right back to talk about dame really weird tree. Stay. Tuned for that and later we'll get to might option weirdest phobias. Are, you tired of the same old news or you stick of the seemingly endless political spin and negatively the Diaz NC America's still beautiful podcast is a weekly news podcast.

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"ceo cam" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"Jack Miller injured his shoulder on Saturday and there was doubt as to whether he even be able to start the race at all let alone make it through the entire thing. Let alone make through the entire thing in contention. And be in a position in the final corner to win this race. But that's exactly what he was able to do and it was far from a fluke obviously who was fast all weekend long he was at the front in both the first and second races and he was racing that final lap like the entire championship was on the line. Both of those guys really were racing that final lap like the entire championship was on the line about those last lap passes by the way. I think that everything we saw between a poll Jack was fine. Obviously, pull open the door in term for Jack took advantage that was a pass, and then when Paul made the lunch in the second, the last corner you're expecting, you're expecting that's going to be an aggressive move. It's going to be a close move and it was and then in the final corner. All bets are off at that point. I. Mean the race is on the line there. Yes Jack was aggressive. Poll was unwilling to budge in. You knew the chances were through the roof that they were either going to make contact or one, or even both of those riders was going to run wide I mean we're talking Abou Marc Marquez and Andre The zero. So who have a ton of experience in this situation because they've been there side by side with one another so many times before I mean this. Is Paula SPAGO trying to win his first motor. GP. Race ever in Jack Miller trying to win his first MotoGP race for do cody ever and I dry race to nobody was going to back down in that situation and you knew something was going to happen especially in that corner that we've seen so many aggressive moves in before. But the problem here is usually there are just two riders involved. And if there had only been two riders involved, well, that would amend Jack. Miller would've won this race but there wasn't there was that third rider and Miguel was there to take it away from both of those guys but Miller injury or not road the wheels off that thing in that I think is the most important takeaway here for Jack. I mean in the past few years we've seen that I'm we're lending determination to win a slug fest a side by side slugfest out of guys like mark and dovy on multiple occasions but not many other riders because honestly not many other writers have been in that situation but the see Jack step up to that same level on that same stage. That's got to be great encouragement not just for him. But for Cadi as well because it makes me really excited to see what he's going to be able to do when they hand him those factory leathers next year. So obviously dim result and a win for either either. But it was a properly good fight between Jack Miller impulse SPAGO. Let's not take anything away from SPAGO here either he's definitely set to be the forgotten man in this entire thing and it was an interesting reversal of fortune because we're the red flag took him out of contention last week. It of returned the favor this time around and just like last week when Paul was leading in them, he didn't have the tires to make the race happen the second race happened properly it turned out the same exact thing happened to Joe. Amir that he ended up on the short end of the tire game is a result and that opened the door for Spago spago took full advantage in the first race he was making a lot of mistakes the you could tell when he went out there in that first race that he was thinking this is mine I need to be up front because I'm GonNa win this race, and then when it didn't happen right away All the sudden he started pushing too hard. His making small unforced errors. He was overriding corners likely because he was a little too over eager to prove to everybody that hey, I should have one last week and I should be up here at the front and I'm frustrated that I'm not. So I'm going to try to make it all happen at once instead of trying to work my way up through the field, but the second race gave him that opportunity and fortunately for KTM in pole he ran that race much much better He timed his move Miller well and I think that is only issue outside of mistaken term four on the final lap. That opened the door I think his only other issue was assuming that Miller with fade. Once he made the pass for lead and if he did assume that I, don't blame him because it did look like Jack was beginning to lose a bit of grip at that point in the race, and so it would have been easy for pull the CEO Cam. Just GonNa. Manage a lead here because he's going to drift back and then I'll have a gap over him Emmy Gaelle and this race mime. Maybe in hindsight, he should have pushed a little bit harder at that point to create more of a gap and that would put the pressure on Jack to use up what he had left, and then he wouldn't have had that battle. With Miller at the end now, the irony of the situation is a poll ran a fantastic race is the perfect recovery from last week where he ran made terrible second race and then even though he made up for what happened the week before he still lost in the end andy loss to another K T M in the Satellite Ryder but you know what? That's just mowed. GPS this year I mean weird stuff like that happens all the time and the guy who made the weird stuff happen we talk about him now Miguel Avera am was that like the most incredibly unexpected finish Or what? I mean all of the attention, all of the attention at that moment, we're on the two riders cooking it out at the front. No Pun. INTENDED WITHHOLD KTM thing. It was going to be a side note to an epic last lap last term battle that Oh, by the way, gala Avera got his first podium here what a great run for him. But boy, he flipped the script on everybody didn't he but you know what do not do not confuse that idea that he snuck in behind those guys and got the win don't let that. Make you think it's some SORTA Gimme win for Miguel Olivera because it was not because remember he made it into q two he started on the Third row of the grid, he moved up one spot the seventh after the first race, he got a great jump in the second, and then he was in the top three for the final seven laps and not just in the top three but he was able to keep pace with those leaders before they had the battle putting him in position to be able to make that move in the first place and remember nobody was able to catch them either he didn't have a serious threat from any of the riders behind him for third but most importantly though. Miguel. Oliveira may be a young kid in his second year, but he rode that last lap like a veteran. He noticed that this battle is about to start between Jack Miller in Polish grow and he used that as an opportunity to close the gap and then just so you can try and get into the middle of that battle. He just sat there and waited to see what would happen. That's not an easy thing to do especially when you're a young writer and you're looking at maybe make something happen if you see those guys both run wide or both run into each other. And you can see a whole there. You're going to be super tempted to just go after it, but instead, he just waited to see how things were going to develop. Now, that might be a little bit easier when you're.

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"ceo cam" Discussed on Women Amplified

Women Amplified

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Women Amplified

"Is to identify a Cormac one thing that they want someone to remember that they've communicated and then from there we build out if you get one course engines down. What is the essence of your story? Even help the moral of your story. What is the thing that you want someone to come away feeling? Write that down and that takes time right figure that out. Out wordsmith it test it out on friends. Yes, that core sends him down and once you do that, then you can start building out whatever supporting points around that. What are the examples for my own life that give that one sentence contacts? What are the words in languages and ideas that I can share that connects that one sentence to my audience. There's a whole host. Host of strategies, but I think the core message is one of the key learning module by I teach people to be able to really articulate who they are and what they want in the world. Before we go, Erica I had an interesting conversation with a friend of mine. WHO said there's stuff I need to do to make sure okay when the pandemic is over. And every morning I get up and CEO Cam and do it today, but every day I. don't because I'm paralyzed and I. Wonder What you say to people right now. Who are just afraid? They're overwhelmed and frightened, and not making changes or preparations, because they feel can't yeah. Yeah, there are a couple of things I give yourself. The space I went to a therapist once told me I said Oh. I'm so frustrated I'm feeling this really bad thing. I'm jealous of someone a terrible is. Don't feel that I've been upset all week. Week that I'm jealous and she was like well. What happened if you gave yourself forty five seconds to just sit and do and be jealous and thank all the bad thoughts and I was like I can't do that. That's terrible. That's against what I believe. A Matha Kinda woman Blah Blah Blah you know just plus do that together. And we sat for forty five seconds, and silence was so different comfortable, but I let all these bad negative, jealous, envious thoughts through my mind, and when it was over, she said now now what? Sounds like what do you mean, said okay, now you've done that. You've experienced it. You left the feeling happen, and we can move on and I took that lesson for the rest of my life that sometimes it's okay to heal, and you have to give yourself that space and most of the anxiety and the stress you feel around it. Be guilty field for feeling. Right so in that. Is Okay I should be doing more right now but I'm not. I'm so frustrated that I can't and I realized. I know it shouldn't actually moving. and. That's keeping you in that state so the first I would say give yourself some time. I. Don't know what that looks like for you. That's a day a week. Every morning you have been called morning pages I. write out everything that's in my head whenever you need to do. Allow it and be okay and be non judgmental about that. And then start to give yourself basis pack smallpox not again. I have to read an entire book a week or two. We write my resume by tomorrow, but small babysat this week. I'm going to explore. Spend my time when I'm online instead of just curling instagram and looking at people who have a different life than me I'm gonNA actually really intentionally. Start Looking at career path. GonNa look this week I. Don't have to make any dramatic changes and start mapping out those baby set and again. If you miss a guy, that's okay, do pretty much any change in life I've been told it works that way for weight loss I would know but. You know babysat and being really gentle and graceful with yourself. Yes, the world is changing right now. You know we don't exactly know what the future is going to hold, but if we tell her every day, you will be okay. You will be okay. You've got what you need. Take care of yourself. Give yourself the space to imagine as a dream and to learn,.

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"ceo cam" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That it's man it does daily news time just about a twenty five here now on Colorado's morning news all the first power hitting the high countries a welcome sight for ski areas in right now when the park is gearing up for the forty fifth annual Wells Fargo ski cap which is a fundraiser for the national sports center for the disabled KO in colors morning if we're gonna be the broadcasting live from one o'clock on Friday very much look forward to that right now we're getting a preview of the Wells Fargo ski Cup with an S. CD president CEO cam Easton Kim good morning thanks for joining me good morning thank you so much for having me we always look for the broadcasting up there talk about the event what people can anticipate and what the event is about sure the this is my favorite event of the year because you really get to see first hand what happened to be an STD and it is an all weekend events where we have your race is starting on Friday we have a big corporate challenge race on Saturday and then we have the kids race and then we won an actual world disabled into the invitational so throughout the weekend you get to see our competitive athletes who are happy in a CD training for World Cup and Paralympic competitions and you get to see them in action and you know what I I the first time I got to experience this and seeing the racers go down in the end if you want to see the equipment and how competitive they are it totally changed my perspective perception about this ray said and I would encourage anybody to go what do athletes tell you that that participate in this well how much does this event mean to them that means a lot to them for many reasons one it's just that financial support that the NSC the cat from money that that that helps us to support those programs and athletes depend on us to get them trained up they can compete on their national and international teams from all over the world having the camaraderie and the action to training like we're able to offer is phenomenal for them how many athletes are participating this year this year will have thirty three different research will be treat the whole be rating on Sunday in the world the table conditional and then it during the corporate challenge on Saturday all twenty seven of those corporate team's gonna find one of our athletes nice when the day without but the main thing yeah I mean that's a big thing right you're trying to raise money and raise awareness for this how is this a Venice is the singular one of the biggest things you do to raise money for this avalie our biggest event of the year and a half for our program about two hundred and fifty thousand dollars so it is absolutely amazing we run on an auction it's open to the public will be doing a fifty fifty raffle that also open to the public as well as the events so you'll see at the base of the mountain all day long and you know what else I love the athletes are accessible and I see a lot of young kids going up to the minute get the fascinated by the gear in the technology but also the competitiveness of the racers at something I like about the event I'm sure that's part of the specialty of of the event as well absolutely beyond the three third are phenomenal and many of them have been settled in the Paralympics and in different years of many of them had a will be just getting back for some international racing up in Canada so these guys are top notch three third but you know you have access you'll Paralympic expertise fantastic Kim thank you so much look for to senior up there on Friday can't wait to see a copy of them Hey all right it's an S. C. D. president CEO cam Easton and again the event the Wells Fargo ski cap commences this Friday and runs through Sunday get up to when the park if you can it's a lot of fun look for broadcasting their eight twenty eight here in Colorado is morning news a lot of people making their way back from the high country after scheme for.

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"ceo cam" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry

"Fighter. Let's get something going. It doesn't actually matter too much fixing with a strategy. You know we just WanNa get something up and running so we can get some experience then once you do that. A lot of a lot of business areas are in this stage now where they've done that kind of thing. This CEO Cam. We've got some experience. But why are we GOI the way we've just done this ad hoc and I think that's where the strategy is so important today because businesses arrived for it than gone off and done all sorts of little BITs bateson paces than the C.. Suite says. Okay what's next and nobody has an answer because there was no it wasn't it was next plan put in place a now. I think those does business leaders will understand. Let's take a setback. Let's look at. How do we do this strategically and I think the further down the organization you get those compensations will start to happen But I think they might be in another couple of years but this is why it's important for rider talk. You got the strategy putting in place and it's starting to flow through that entire business so when anybody anybody in those lower levels starts to have those conversations. They've got something to pick up on. They got somebody's Khanate to. They've got some guidance that got some roadmap that can help them understand to stand for my particular area. Wash the right way to go in with that. Avoid in Kind of what we've previously referred to as kind of the toy applications survey. I which I think you're kind of saying we're like the smaller disjointed. Can we just try something and get some experience. It sounds like you weren't necessarily chastising that idea but you also were kind of stating that. There's no grander vision. Where we're not necessarily being as productive as we could those projects? Yeah they'd be reduced. It's just it's not sustainable. The only way that makes any kind of sentence you're unlikely to get any kind of Roi from that but the only way makes sense if you approach as a learning exercise which is important but having said that nobody wants to just go out and do things at how if they can help it. So I say if you go down thous at all claims in need you had no guidance in place find you. Can you can gather some of value from that but obviously by deal if you did have guidance because he wouldn't be going out doing ad hoc things you would be doing something that for example if somebody if you'd walked into customer service use your example and somebody came in and Said said he got out. We've got a hundred point checklist to go through a frame. This is brain. What the walks through all use cases? You can run your checklist from that. You can see which use cases actually are useful. Ai which ones you might get some amount of why from and you can rent them. Maybe just create a top ten list once. Oh you've done that you've actually got much chance of getting some are winds benefit. Because you've done it in a methodological way didn't just say you know let's just pull a police case case out of a hat you you've done it in a medical way. And ideally that framework a checklist evolves through as specifically being tailored to fit it with your strategy as well. So it's going to rank highly the things that the strategy that would probably in a very much be out of that checklist is does this particular use case with the business trying today just a few the. It strategy does the data strategy so interesting. The love of the banking will particular has no idea where it is right now with it thinks every bank is much further ahead than they are just not the case. It's not the case at all. It's still in its infancy. And if you have done very very little yet your with your peers. They've all done very little. And one of the key boys Larry's to understand walking back to experience with HSBC. I see lots of companies saying. Oh we we've got a hundred use cases that we that we we've talked about which sounds great but you know with HSBC they had twenty five thousand operational `rational processes. I believe operations so hundred starts aside like scratching service. I mean he sounds like a lot if you didn't know any better context just yet in context it's a fraction of what you're always gonNA find. Is you very well. Maybe I try and do something but don't just go out and chase a use case that somebody the else w now go through a process methodologically to identify what are the best ones view of. What what you know if you find something that fits with Your Business Strategy fits with your culprit strategies fits with your? It data strategy has a great. Our why is low risk has high volume at center than you can To be really the comfortable that you've got a great way to start off as opposed to doing at home. Yeah and and so it seems to me like the the message. That's kind of being uncalled fourth. As you're talking here is that to become survey firm that really can truly leverage into the future that becomes fluent with these skills becomes more able able to be lean in quick and transform the business and sort of stay active aggressive in the market getting there is going to be a process of chipping away a at A.. I. Projects in alignment with a grand strategy. It sounds like you. You would almost never get there by this random chat BOT experiment here this random fraud experiment. Fairmont there that's never going to get you to arrive. But if all of those small goals are aiming to learn and build capabilities to arrive at that longer term strategy then even if none of them have a Gargantuan R. Y.. We're still building the kind of enterprise that's GonNa be where maybe we WANNA be ten years from now. It sounds like maybe that's kind kind of a level of Roi that most businesses aren't considering. I don't know if you would refrain that statement and I would exactly agree with it and I the way I framed that is looking at it like a treasure map so obviously have an end goal in mind and if you look at the case of ad hoc doing use cases are trying to solve business problems. You're essentially you have no goal in life. You just wondering in any direction but what you also need and we just mentioned it earlier is you've got to know where you are today and you can't create a robot to go from where you are today to an end goal if you don't know what you want to or if you're you think you're in a someplace but you actually a different one. Once you've taken a step back and reevaluated and understood where we today you've got a narrow vision for where we want to get to in the future then you can stop building this road map for. What are the steps we need to do to get? What do we need to put in place? I think. That's a key element what we talk about. Strategy is what are the elements. We need to put in place to take from where we are to WanNa get you. And you've talked about stakeholders but also implicit in what we've also been talking about are those foundational elements that help you make that sustainable ainable transition that sustainable transformation and we've probably talked a lot about not just the IT infrastructure data architectures as well as the strategy. So it's all well and good having a strategy but if you don't have those foundational components in place you're not able to deliver those things sustainably to that strategy so so there's a key element is understanding. was going to take from where we are too. We want to get you so if you think of it as analogy Matto a sailing that Areva doing it a boat. Are we going going down the road. Do we need a truck do both of those things and if you don't have those in place that you're walking and that's not really sustainable. So so I think that's another key elleman festival civil no way you are have a vision wage waiting to get to understand. What are the foundations? You need in place to take from where you are to where you try to I. I think that that's a good note to to wrap on. ESPN for those of you. Who are tuned in important to know? Just how in some ways complicated. This really will be to transform giant existing enterprises where there's going to be so many moving parts but I think that hopefully this lens in this frame is useful for the audience tuned in in terms of how we can align in all those moving parts to at least get ourselves one year two years from now closer and closer and closer to being affirmed that can really leverage these key capabilities safe to say most people fool not be going about it with very much rigor at all as he and has pointed out. And if you can do that you can separate yourself and your firm so Ian sincerely appreciate you being able to break down some of your insights sites. You're on a an industry. Thanks so much confessed in debt..

"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:33 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"All right. We're back. And, and I'm going to attempt to dispel a myth today, and that myth is that you need to bargain shop for everything that you need to figure out the most cost effective way to purchase them. Now, guess pasta effective way is kind of, you know, that's in the eye of the beholder, what's cost effective? But what I want to share with you today. Is that if you're really looking to grow your business, and I don't know what growth looks like for you? If that means adding a whole bunch of revenue, that means adding employees. That means adding a new building if that means adding new equipment for what you're doing. I don't know what grows looks like for you. But if you're looking for real legitimate growth, you need to figure out how to pay more for things not less, how to actually pay more for things. There's two categories of things and I'm actually going to start out, you know, most of what I'm going to talk about today is going to be the category of things that you need to spend more in now. Let me add the caveat at the very end. I'm going to explain what things you do want to pay less for. But most of your growth thing. Things the things that will create growth in your business. You need to pay more for them. I know it sounds crazy. A lot of things I say crazy, but I'm going to try to prove it to you. We'll see if at the end I successfully prove it or not. So what I mean what I see me to pay more, especially for growth things things that create Rothe are typically somewhat of a finite resource. Would you agree so things that create growth, actually and revenue, it's not that you can just go out and buy them super easy. You didn't go out and buy pencils all day long. But can you go out and buy growth things all day long? And the answer is no. And so I'm going to take I got some notes here one two, three four five six take six main things, and there's probably more than this. I'm sure there's more than this. But these are six of the main things that will cause growth and why you actually need to pay more for them, and should pay more and want to pay more. So number one, the big one is employee. It's so this is a big one that I see because as people are growing their natural tendency is the CEO Cam growing I need to bring on an employee and seeing as I need to do that. What is the cheapest that I can get them in order to do the work that they need to do? And there's a big inherent flaw in this, especially today. If you're in the United States, Canada, Australia, Great Britain, where economies are either good to very good or doing well, you know, I in this sometimes changes during downturns, but this is mostly true in the places where people be listening to this, you want to pay the most you can for police. You don't want to be looking for how can I get? How can I pay them? The least in order to get the most it just doesn't work very well. I've done it in this is how I know that it doesn't work very well. When I first started hiring people I am shamed. And I won't even admit what I paid people in the beginning. I'm ashamed of it. I'm of, you know of what I was paying these people. Now, I believe it was the only amount that I could pay them. And maybe I was actually, right. But I was right. Because my business structure. My business model wasn't as good as it should be. It wasn't as efficient as it should be. Because what happens when you pay employees, least amount that you can to get the biggest. Colts. Well, let me ask you Don folks. What happens when you find people that are trying to find the cheapest dog training? But are they the ones that tend to ask for the most? What happens when you're trying to get the cheapest grooming or you're searching around for the cheapest vet or you looking for the cheapest dog Walker? What are you get you get exactly what you pay for you get cheap and you don't get good? Now there are exceptions. When I was first starting, we had some good people that I was paying cheap. And if you get cheap and you get good. It's usually because they don't realize how good they are. Maybe they're young. Maybe they're inexperienced but they're good. They're solid, people that have good work ethic that can do a good job that learning bro. How long are you gonna keep somebody like that at eight dollars an hour, ten dollars an hour? How long are you going to keep them doing something like that? So it's rare that you're gonna get somebody good, and it's rare that if you do, get somebody good that you're gonna keep them. So then this leads people say, okay, okay, I get that. So maybe let me figure out what the average isn't pay a little bit more. Okay. That's an okay. Mindset. You know, that's you're on your way there to having a mindset that I think is the appropriate mindset that we need to have. And so if you're trying to pay a little bit above average what will you get statistically? You're going to get a little bit above average. Do you want to be a company? That's a little bit above average. Do you want to be that company that, you know, that people say they're okay? You know what? Their little bit better than okay? And that's what you get if you pay a little bit above average. So you should be wanting to pay the absolute most that you possibly, can you should be looking for ways and means to pay people more and more and more, now there's an obvious huge candy here that you have to do, so while keeping profitability while keeping your salary while keeping you know, the company healthy. And so this is why I always always always talk about how you must raise prices in a way that's different and unique so many dog business owners say, oh, you're pressure to raise them. You have to raise them strategically and I've got podcasts on. How to raise prices and, and with my private consulting clients we work on how to raise prices, but you have to work on getting the absolute most that you can, so that when you are paying more for employee's, it doesn't hurt you, and it helps you and it helps you because you keep those employees for long time. And you don't have to worry about this revolving door, and you don't have to worry about, you know, accountability. I'll tell you one thing we were paying trainers a certain amount and say, I don't like what it was. And I'm embarrassed. And like say, you know, I've, I've even apologized these folks don't always wanna pay you more anyways, we changed, our structure, may change how we pay me change. Everything about our business. All of our employees now make six figures are Oliver trainers, make six figures or on six figure monthly run rate. You know, sometimes they go out of town or you don't get pregnant in or out of the workforce, while anyways, but all of them run a six figure run rate. Do you know how much easier it is to manage somebody making one hundred twenty grand than it is demanded somebody, making twenty five grand? Did y'all? Because I think the average like, like if you go in Salt Lake area and people are hiring dog trainers, and there's not that many companies that even higher dog trainers. But I think the average is like twelve dollars is what I've seen twelve dollars an hour. So that's about twenty five grand a year. How much easier is it to manage somebody making one hundred twenty five grand versus making twenty five ram it is much easier that person making twenty five grand can go get a job at a call center, and make more money. Now, the reason why you're paying somebody twenty five grand in your keeping them because they're passionate about dogs, and they wanna work with dogs. And maybe this is their only skill set the only thing that they know how to do, but somebody that's halfway decent, that's making twenty five grand. They can go get a job at a call center and make thirteen bucks an hour and give themselves a raise. And so. I was laughing at it. I saw a local Salt Lake Doug trainer. I don't want to name names, but I saw local Salt Lake dog trainer saying, hey, we're hiring. I don't remember what it was. If it was trainers, or if it was like a pre-trading position that they work as kennel Texan. They move into a training position. I don't remember what it was. But it was like pay starts at nine seventy five an hour shake my head. I'm like nine seventy five. When these make it ten you know, as long as you're at nine seventy five. Is it going to hurt you to go to ten per hour? And maybe it did maybe that's why they were nine seventy five that's all they could afford. But what I'm getting at is the level of, of supervision. My life is so much easier and I actually make far more money now believe it or not, make I make far more money paying my traders, one hundred one hundred well, so make around one hundred one hundred twenty s and make one hundred fifty but I make so much more money and my job is so much easier. When I've got those people making that much money versus when I had people making twenty five thirty thousand. Dollars so much more, because you can hold those people accountable and a whole different level. You start coming down on a twelve dollar number employees. It is so easy for them to say I'm sick of this jerk. I'm so tired of them. They're always ride me for this that. And the other forget it I'm going to go back and work as a carpet cleaner. I'm gonna go back to the telephones, I'm gonna go get telemarketing job. It just isn't worth. And I love dogs. But it's not worth it. And so my life is so much easier. Their life is so much easier. Because frankly, they didn't need that supervision. That I was giving them before when they were twenty five thousand dollars employees they needed more money, more responsibility, and they can handle it. I was micromanaging people because I had to because I was paying them. So little your business model, obviously has to support it. You can't just suddenly start. And this is why this whole episode is about how or why you should be paying a lot more. But the reality is to get there almost everybody is going to have to change their business model. I see almost nobody in the dog industry. With the business model that supports paying most for these business growth opportunities because at the end of the day for these business growth, things we're in competition. We are competing against various things. We're compete against our competitors to get the best dog trainers. We're competing against other jobs to get the best dog trainers were competing against unemployment. You know, they might say this judge so to pace a little, I'm going on unemployment. We're, we're not just competing against other dog trainers to get the best or Doug rumors or pet walkers or veterinary offices. We're not competing is that we're competing against different industries to keep the right people..

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"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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09:22 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"All right. We're back. And I'm going to thank you to spell today, and that myth is that you need to bargain shop for everything that you need to figure out the most cost effective way to purchase them. Now, I guess pasta affective way is kind of, you know, that's in the eye of the beholder, what cost effective? But what I wanna share with you today is that if you're really looking to grow your business, and I don't know what growth looks like for you. If that means adding a whole bunch of revenue that means adding employee's that, that a new building, if that means adding new equipment for what you're doing. I don't know what grows looks like for you. But if you're looking for real legitimate growth, you need to figure out how to pay more for things not less, how to actually pay more for things. There's two categories of things and I'm actually gonna start out. You know, most of what I'm gonna talk about today is going to be the category of things that you need to spend more in now. The caveat at the very end, I'm gonna explain what things you do want to pay less for. But most of your growth thing. Things the things that will create growth in your business, you need to pay more for them. I know it sounds crazy. A lot of things I say, I'm crazy, but I'm gonna try to prove it to you. We'll see if at the end, I successfully prevent or not. So what I mean I see me to pay more, especially for growth things things that create Rothe are typically somewhat of a finite resource. Would you agree so things that create growth, actually add revenue? It's not that you can just go out and buy them to breezy. You can go out and buy pencils all day long. But can you go out and buy grow things all day long? And the answer is no. And so I'm gonna take I got some notes here one two three four five six. Take six main things, there's probably more than this. I'm sure there's more than this. But these are six of the main things that will cause growth and why you actually need to pay more for them, and should pay more and want to pay more. So number one, the big one is employee. It's so this is a big one that I see because as people are growing their natural tendency is to CEO, Cam growing I need to bring on an employee and seeing need to do that. What is the cheapest that I can get them in order to do the work that they need to do? And there's a big inherent flaw in this. Specially today. If you're in the United States Canada, Australia. Great Britain, where Connie's are either good to very good or doing well. You know, and this sometimes changes during downturns. But this is mostly true in the places recovery to be listening to this. You want to pay the most that you can for please. You don't want to be looking for how can I get? How can I pay them? The least in order to get the most it just doesn't work, well, I've done it. And this is how I know that it doesn't work very well. I started hiring people. I am shamed. And I won't even admit what I paid people in the beginning. I'm ashamed of it. I'm huge of, you know of what I was paying these people. Now, I believe it was the only amount that I could pay them. And maybe I was actually, right. But I was right. Because my business structure. My business model wasn't as good as it should be. It wasn't as efficient as it should be. Because what happens when you pay employee's least amount that you can to get the biggest result. Well, let me ask you dog folks. What happens when you find people that are trying to find the cheapest dog training? But are they the ones that tend to ask for the most? What happens when you're trying to get the cheapest grooming or you're searching around for the cheapest vet or you looking for the cheapest dog Walker? What did you get you could exactly what you pay for you get cheap and you don't get good? Now there are exceptions. When I was first starting, we had some good people that I was paying cheap. And if you get cheap and you get good. It's usually because they don't realize how good they are. Maybe they're young, maybe their experience. But they're good. They're solid people that have been work ethic that can do a good job. That learning grow. How long are you gonna keep somebody like that at eight dollars an hour, ten dollars an hour? How long are you going to keep them doing something like that? So it's rare that you're gonna get somebody good, and it's rare that if you do get somebody that you're going to keep them. So then this leads people's okay. Okay. I get that. So maybe let me figure out what the average is in pay a little bit more. Okay. That's an okay. Mindset. You know, that's you're on your way there to having the mindset that I think, is the appropriate mindset that we need to have. And so if you're trying to pay a little bit above average what will you get statistically, you're gonna get a little bit above average. Do you want to be a company? That's a little bit above average. Do you want to be that company that, you know, that people say they're okay? You know what? Their little bit better than okay? And that's what you get if you pay a little bit above average. So you should be wanting to pay the absolute most that you possibly, can you should be looking for ways and means to pay people more and more and more, now there's obvious huge cabbie that you have to do, so while keeping profitability while keeping your salary while keeping you know, the company healthy. And so this is why I always always always talk about how you must raise prices in a way that's different and unique so many dog business owner say, oh, you're pressure to just raise them. You have to raise them strategically and I've got podcasts on. How to raise prices and, and with my private consulting clients we work on how to raise prices, but you have to work on getting the absolute most that you can, so that when you are paying more for employees is it doesn't hurt you, and it helps you and it helps you because you keep those employees for long time. And you don't have to worry about this revolving door, and you don't have to worry about, you know, accountability. I'll tell you one thing you know, we were paying trainers certain amount and say, I don't like what it was. And I'm embarrassed. And like I say, I've even apologized these folks, and I would always have one pay you more anyways, we changed our structure. We changed how we pay me change. Everything about our business. All of our employees now make six figures are all of our trainers, make six figures or on six-figure monthly run rate. You know, sometimes they go out of town or you know, get pregnant and or out of the workforce, while anyways, but all of them run a six figure run, right. Do you know how much easier it is to manage somebody making a hundred and twenty grand than it is demanded somebody, making twenty five grand? I think the average like, like if you go in Salt Lake area and people hiring dog trainers, and there's not that many companies that even higher dog trainers. But I think the average is like twelve dollars is what I've seen twelve dollars an hour. So that's about twenty five grand a year. How much easier is it's a mandate somebody making a hundred twenty five grand versus making twenty five ram it is much easier that person making twenty five grand can go get a job at a call center, and make more money. Now, the reason why you're paying somebody twenty five grand you're keeping them because they're passionate about dogs, and they wanna work with dogs. And maybe this is their only skill set in the only thing that they know how to do, but somebody that's halfway decent, that's making twenty five grand. They can go get a job at a call center and make thirteen bucks an hour and give themselves a raise and so. I was laughing at it. I saw a local Salt Lake dog trainer. I don't want to name names, but I saw a local Salt Lake dog trainer saying, hey, we're hiring. I don't remember what it was. If it was trainers, or if it was like a pre-trading position that they work as kennel Texan. They move into a training position. I don't remember what it was. But it was like pay starts at nine seventy five an hour and I just shake my head. I'm like nine seventy five when this is make ten you know as long as you're at nine seventy five is gonna hurt you to go to ten per hour. And maybe it did maybe that's why they were at nine seventy five that's all they could afford. But what I'm getting at is the level of, of supervision. My life is so much easier. I actually make far more money now believe it or not, make I make far more money paying my trainers. One hundred one hundred well so make around one hundred hundred twenty one hundred fifty but I made so much more money and my job is so much easier. When I've got those people making that much money versus when I had people making twenty five thirty thousand. Dollars so much more, because you can hold those people accountable at a whole different level. You start coming down on a twelve dollar number employees. It is so easy for them to say I'm sick of this jerk. I'm so tired of them. They're always ride me for this that. And the other forget it, I'm gonna go back and work as a carpet cleaner. I'm gonna go back and the telephones I'm gonna go get telemarketing job. It just isn't worth. And I love dogs. But it's not worth it. And so say my life is so much easier. Their life is so much easier. Because frankly, they didn't need that supervision. That I was giving them before when they were twenty five thousand dollar employees they needed more money, more responsibility, and they can handle it. I was micromanaging people because I had to because I was paying them. So little your business model, obviously has to support it. You can't just suddenly start. And this is why this whole episode is about how or why you should be paying a whole lot more. But the reality is to get there, almost everybody's gonna have to change their business model. I see almost nobody in the dog industry. With the business model that supports paying the most for these business growth opportunities because at the end of the day for these business growth, things we're in competition. We are competing against various things. We're compete against our competitors to get the best dog trainers were competing against other jobs to get the best dog trainers were competing against unemployment. You know, like they might say this judge suck so bad to pace a little ongoing unemployment..

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"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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11:42 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr elise. Thank you. My listeners know, I have two cats my clients. No. I love cats. But there are sometimes I have no idea what they're doing. Common problem for all of us, and actually one of my favorite things about is willingness to admit that they don't know what they do because when you work with people who have dogs, they often have many many many media inputs and received wisdom about why dogs do what they do. And not that those aren't present for cats and cat behavior, but they're a little bit less prevalent, and it makes my job a lot easier. Well, good see newly loved cat owners. And I live owners Julius and owners and all the rest of them. So everyone question to the most almond misunderstood behaviors. I think of cats are biting and scratching is typically ofensive or a defensive mood. That's a great question. Usually when cats are swatting and scratching like doing that one handed one pod slot, which generally looking at defensive movements from cats p. People always take it that way because they happen to variety of circumstances. Where people are interacting with the cat and may have started interacting with the cat at the Katz. Initiation. And at the same time most of the time when we have aggression from cats real really looking at underlying fear related motivation. Of course, there's exception there, and that would be play motivation because cats are very predatory animals and given when they live in our very barren environments. They don't have a lot of opportunities to practice that very natural behavior. Sometimes people become the target. Okay. That makes sense. When things I've also noticed being a clinical veterinarian is that there are no there are so many more dogs in the United States than there are cats. The majority of my clients are bringing their dogs in that their cats, and I missed to that having to trundle my cats to the office to give an exam. Vaccines. Whatever I really don't like it. How can we go through the process of getting the cats into the carrier because they see in a becomes so fearful, yes, they certainly do. And the reason is because most cats only experienced the carrier win. They are going to have to go in it and leave a place where they feel safe cats are very bonded to their locations or their home areas their home. Territories. And when we remove them for any reason, even that can trigger them to feel very very fearful. So you can imagine if we put them in a carrier, and then a car, which they may have extremely limited experience with and then take them to veterinary hospital where things get yet scarier in. Spite of veterenarians best intentions, it's very easy for smart cat, brain to decide that the carrier is the source of the problem because it is it's the first step to the problem. So when we cancel owners about. This and our kitten owners in our practice who are seeing our behavior technicians for just regular like, hey, I have a kitten. What do I do with it? We set up kitting kindergarten private lessons for our cats. And in the future will be doing more social parties for them. But for now, we focus a lot on teaching cats carriers can be great. And it is exceptionally easy to train cats, and it's very easy to train them about the carrier. All you do is get a carrier that you like well enough to leave it out, and you make it a cat bed, and you but all the stuff that your cat likes to rest on in there. You said it in places that are sunny or warm places that you're already chooses to rest in make sure it's a brand new care. You're not a carrier used by another cat since that can be very stressful for them. And then we usually have clients go ahead and sprinkle a couple treats in there anytime, they see the cat in there. And sometimes we sprinkled treat or two or a little bit of catnip if the really likes it in the care when the cast not in there. So that he can come by and be pleasantly surprised. Sized and learn hey, I should check this out. It's going to be great win cats are resting and their carriers as a cat bed. We've already taken away the first trigger for them. Which is the care means really bad things for me, and you can go on and do much more intense sophisticated behavioral therapy with these cats. But if you at least start by teaching them at the carrier is a good place, and you can do that by basically spending about fifteen seconds a day. You may as well that is fabulous. Because I know like cats I try leave it in the garage sale. Even noted Sarah reading their reading my body language going. She has something in mind in this is not good. Yes. They can understand. I was looking on your website and see that your fear free certified. So am I and I love it. And I think it's really changing the way that we view these cats that come into a practice that in the past. We would have just said. They're just really aggressive. They're really mean cats. Thinking these are just really scared cats. What are things that some veterinaries? Listen to this show and pet owners in particular, what are things that people can do to really dispel. This is fear, not aggression. What can they do that? Well, you know that is a problem on both sides of of the exam room. Definitely just as you're talking about where we have clients that think, oh, my God is just really mean when he gets to the vet and veterinarians and veterinary staff who have all sorts of names for cats that are aggressive genetic clinics. And the reality is that those labels don't help anybody. And in fact, they probably harm because when we set ourselves up to think of a cat as mean when in fact, we have an animal who is in fighter flight because their brain is telling them they are about to die. That animal is an extreme distress in panic literally existential crisis. So once we all recognize. Is the reality of why these animals are biting or hissing or swatting at the veterinary clinic, and even before when owners are getting them in the carrier, for instance, then I think we're in a much better place to treat them proactively. Because it starts with understanding that the cause is not to give you a hard time. It's because they're having a hard time. So if we can really help these guys by providing family therapy at home, you know, the fearfully group has some great instructions on their feel free. Happy homes website on conditioning casts to understand the classical music and Fairmount therapy. Mean you can be relaxed, and then we couldn't use those in the cars. Well, so we kind of cherry conditioning with us from the house the carrier to the car and veterinarians can pick it up from there by continuing family therapy in the clinic environment and providing worm soft surfaces for cats to cuddle up on since they tend to like temperatures higher than what most people prefer and. We can make sure that we are keeping them away from dogs. You know, just the other day in our our general practice side, we had a woman who was quote, unquote. Introducing her cat to a dog. And there's no, okay. There are some cats that really enjoy dogs. But in general most cats sternly do not wanna meet a strange dog in veterinary clinic that sort of love cats. Yes, it's like being adopted by aliens and then being placed in a cage with a hungry lion. Right. Like, I like lions too. But that's not really very good time or a good setup with. So when we are all doing our jobs, and of really recognizing that even if we as clinicians if you're recertified and working really hard to decrease fear, anxiety and stress in our cat patients that they may have been veterinarians before that we're not educated not yet. This is not a new movement in veterinary medicine veterinary behaviorists and feline practitioners have been talking about it for over a decade, probably more. But it's just now gaining traction because of the wonderful branding with your free. So there are a lot of veterinarians who just hadn't had an education on how to do this as a result. Our patients may have been frightened at the veterinary clinic therefore in when that's the case. One of the best things we can do for them, even though clients don't like the idea sometimes. Is to help stop there. Fear by using a medication before they come in. Because when we do that, we are now helping to protect the brain from experiencing that fear over and over again and win the brain is fearful, especially Capri membranes. Are extremely good at one trial learning, and it takes them a long time to de escalate or sort of shake it off mentally. So if we can stop the brain from getting that agitated and going that far into fighter flight and pair that with low stress handling and really considerate approach. Now, we are really cooking with gas on helping these cats learn to tolerate the veterinary clinic, and if you had a great veterinary clinic who has a behavior team doesn't have to be a veterinary behaviorist team, you can actually start teaching cast to like veterinary interactions, and that's part of what we do at our hospital is our technicians are trained to help cats from the time they're kittens learn to enjoy medical interactions and cooperate in their own care. And it's real. Not as hard as you would think, and it can be so fun Dutch christianson, you're exactly right because when I really started to incorporate fear free and a lot of my nurses, who've been nurses for a long time looked at me like, this is crazy. This is a waste of time. This is just never going to work and little by little by having the fair moons by having towels in the room by taking your time. It usually does take longer to CEO Cam to sit on the floor with a cat. We're not gonna push the kitty or there's many times, I'll just say your kitty has gone crazy. It's just too ramped up, go home. I don't even wanna see the cat today. No charge. And by the way, here's some medication tonight. Give it tomorrow in the come in like kitty, still a little timid not too. Sure. But make so much better. Yes. Absolutely. And it was save you time in the future. And most importantly now, we are healing, right? Veterinarians have gone from being healer. Hours without that much stuff at their disposal to really really help in the dark ages to having so much technology, and tools and diagnostics and interventions that we can do honestly professionals forgotten that healing is not just about those things. So I would posit that it's an ethical mandate for generes to add this to their plans and their approach to animals because without having a healing approach. Your medicine can make progress, but it's never gonna make as much progress as if you have really created a bond with that animal and that human so that you can move the patient's health forward. And so I'm really excited to see veterinarians accepting this part of medicine again. But it's not. What we should've been doing all along. And I think for listeners right now they're going to their practices in finding out. Maybe they're just not working as calmly or as they think they can they can ask. And I don't think there's anything wrong with it. Oh, by the way, heavy heard of fear free..

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"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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12:16 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Bargain shop for everything that you need to figure out the most cost effective way to purchase. Now. I guess cost effective way is kind of you know, that's the holder what cost effective, but what I want to share with you today is that if you're really looking to grow your business, and I don't know what growth looked like for you. That means adding a whole bunch of revenue that means that employees is that that new building if that means adding new equipment for what you're doing. I dunno gross looks like for you. But if you're looking for real legitimate growth unique to figure out how to pay more for things not less how to actually pay more for things there's two categories of things, and I'm actually going to start out. Most of what I'm gonna talk about today is going to be the category of things that you need to spend more in now, the caveat at the very end, I'm going to explain what things you do want to pay less for but most of your growth things things that will create growth. And your business you need to pay more for them. I know it sounds crazy. A lot of things I say sound crazy. But I'm gonna try to prove it to you. We'll see if at the end, I successfully prove it or not. So what I mean, I see me to pay more especially for growth things things that create growth are typically somewhat of a finite resource. Would you agree? So things that create growth that actually add revenue. It's not that you can just go out and buy them to breezy. You didn't go out and buy pencils all day long. But can you go out and buy grow things all day long? And the answer is no. And so I'm gonna take I got some notes here. One two three four five six take six main things, there's probably more than this. I'm sure there's more than this. But these are six of the main things that will cause growth, and why you actually need to pay more for them and should pay more and want to pay more. So number one, the big one is employee. So this is a big one that I see because as people are growing, their natural tendency is CEO Cam growing, I need to bring on an employee and seeing need to do that. What is the cheapest that I can get them in order to do the work that they need to do. And there's a big inherent flaw in. This specially today. If you're in the United States, Canada, Australia, Great Britain where Connie's are either good to very good or doing. Well, you know, and this sometimes changes during downturns, but this is mostly true in the places where people could be listening to this. You want to pay the most you can for please. You don't want to be looking for. How can I get? How can I pay them? The least in order to get the most it just doesn't work. Very well. I've done it. This is how I know that doesn't work. Very well what I started hiring people. I am shamed. And I won't even admit what I paid people in the beginning. I'm ashamed of it. I'm of you know, of what I was paying these people. Now, I believe it was the only amount that I could pay them. And maybe I was actually right. But I was right because my business structure, my business model wasn't as good as it should be. It wasn't as fishing is should be because what happens when you pay employees, the least amount that you can't get the biggest. Well, let me ask you dog. Folks. What happens when you find people that are trying to find the cheapest dog training? But are they the ones that tend to ask for the most what happens when you're trying to get the cheapest grooming or you're searching around for the cheapest vet or you looking for the cheapest dog Walker. What do you get you could exactly what you pay for you, get cheap? And you don't get good. Now. There are exceptions. When I was first starting we had some good people that was paying cheap. And if you get cheap and you get good. It's usually because they don't realize how they are. Maybe they're young maybe their inexperience, but they're good. They're solid people that have been work ethic that can do a job that learning grow. How long are you gonna keep somebody like that at eight dollars an hour? Ten dollars an hour. How long are you gonna keep them doing something like that? So it's rare that you're gonna get somebody good. And it's rare that if you do get somebody that you're gonna keep them. So then this leads people's okay? Okay. I get that. So maybe let me figure out what the average isn't pay a little bit more. Okay. That's okay. Mindset. You know? That's you're on your way there to having the mindset that I think is the appropriate mindset that we need to have. And so if you're trying to pay a little bit above average, what will you get statistically, you're gonna get a little bit above average. Do you want to be a company that's a little bit above average? Do you want to be that company that you know, that people say, they're okay? You know, what they're a little bit better that okay? That's what you get. If you pay a little bit above average. So you should be wanting to pay the absolute most you possibly can you should be looking for ways and means to pay people, more and more and more. Now, there's obvious huge caveat your that you have to do. So while keeping profitability while keeping your salary while keeping you know, the company healthy. And so this is why always always always talk about how you must raise prices in a way, that's different unique. So many dog business owner say oh your pressure to just raise them. Now, you have to raise them strategically. And I've got podcasts on. How to raise prices, and and with my private consulting clients, we work on how to raise prices, but you have to work on getting the absolute most that you can. So that when you are paying more for employees. It doesn't hurt you. And it helps you and it helps you because you keep those employees for long time, and you don't have to worry about this revolving door, and you don't have to worry about, you know, accountability. I'll tell you one thing we were paying trainers certain amount. And I say, I don't like what it was am embarrassed. And I I've even apologized these folks, and I would always say one pay you more. Anyways, we changed our structure changed how we pay me change, everything about our business, all of our employees. Now, make six figures are all of our trainers make six figures or on six figure monthly rate. You know, sometimes they go out of town, or, you know, get pregnant and are out of the workforce while anyways. But all of them are on a six figure run rate. Do you know how much easier it is to manage somebody making one hundred twenty grand than it is to manage somebody making twenty five grand? 'cause I think the average like like if you go in Salt Lake area and people are hiring dog trainers. And there's not that many companies that even higher dog trainers. But I think the average is twelve dollars. What I've seen twelve dollars an hour. So that's about twenty five grand a year. How much easier is it's a mandate somebody making one hundred twenty five grand versus making twenty five grand. It is oh much easier that person making twenty five grand can go get a job at a call center and make more money. Now, the reason why you're paying somebody twenty five grand you're keeping them because they're passionate about dogs, and they wanna work with dogs. And maybe this is the only skill set. The only thing that they know how to do. But somebody that's halfway decent. That's making twenty five grand. They can go get a job at a call center and make thirteen bucks an hour and give themselves raise. And so. I was laughing at it. I saw a local Salt Lake dog trainer. I don't want to name names. But I saw a local Salt Lake dog trainer saying, hey, we're hiring. I don't remember what it was it was trainers. Or if it was like a pre-trading position that they work kennel Texan. They move into a training position. I don't remember what it was. But it was like pay starts at nine seventy five an hour. And I'll just like shook my head. I'm like nine seventy five make Ted, you know, as long as you're at nine seventy five is gonna hurt you to go to ten per hour. And maybe it did maybe that's why they were nine seventy five that's all they could afford. But what I'm getting at is the level of of supervision. My life is so much easier. I actually make far more money now believe it or not make I make far more money. Paying my traders one hundred one hundred well, some make around one hundred one hundred twenty make one hundred fifty but I made so much more money, and my job is so much easier. When I've got those people making that much money versus when I had people making twenty five thirty thousand. Dollars so much more because you can hold those people accountable at a whole different level. You start coming down on a twelve dollar employees. It is so easy for them to say, I'm sick of this jerk. I'm so tired of them. They're always riding me for this that and the other forget it. I'm gonna go back and work carpet cleaner. I'm gonna go back telephones. I'm gonna go get telemarketing job. It just isn't worth. And I love dogs, but it's not worth. And so like, I say my life is so much easier. Their life is so much easier because frankly, they didn't need that supervision that I was giving them before when they were twenty five thousand dollar employees. They needed more money more responsibility, and they can handle it. I was micromanaging people because I had to because I was paying them. So little your business model, obviously has to support it you can't just suddenly start. And this is why this whole episode is about how or why you should be paying a whole lot more. But the reality is to get there almost everybody's going to have to change their business model. I almost nobody in the dog industry. With the business model that supports paying the most for these business growth opportunities because at the end of the day for these business growth things we're in competition, we are competing against various things we're compete against our competitors. To get the best dog trainers. We're competing against other jobs to get the best dog trainers were competing against unemployment. You know, like they might say, this sucks so bad to pace a little I'm going on unemployment. We're not just competing against other dog trainers to get the best or dog. Rumors or pet walkers or veterinary offices, we're not competing against that were competing against different industries to keep the right people. And this is a competition. It's essentially an auction people are auctioning their skill set. And so are you going to try to get the bargain basement skill sets are you gonna try to get the best ones? And I'll tell you say once you start paying more to the right people. I had the right people, and I was paying them little and this is actually why we switched is. Because I started saying we were going to lose good people. And so you'd be surprised. Is that how much better somebody gets their job when they're paid a lot more, and you might say, well, that's immoral. They should be doing a good job. Anyways. I don't know. I know I'm a whole lot better when I'm getting paid more. So you're bidding for the best talent pay for it. And again, it doesn't mean like pay five hundred dollars an hour. It means what's the average and the best way to do this start working out your mind. Like, okay. The average dog trainer in this area. Working for a company makes twelve dollars an hour. How can I get it to fifty just pose that question to yourself to the university? Whatever however, you believe these things, but I'm a big believer that your subconscious knows a lot of answers that you're not asking. And so you start posing that question. How can we pay them a whole lot more? And then of course, learning new skill sets about business and sales marketing. But yeah, you know, how can we pay triple pay quadruple, what's average because even somebody paying above average in our industry. If you're groomer pet sitter dog Walker. Let's say you're twenty five grand a year. Like, I'm gonna pay fifty. I'm gonna double that. Okay. You'll get better people keep them longer. But how soon is it before that? Dog trainer realizes I can be making ninety on my own. I one hundred twenty on my own how soon is that, you know. And maybe they love the security so much they stay at that fifty. But if they're good person, you know, and they're good at what they do and their hustler. You're gonna lose that person at fifty now what if you're paying that dog trainer one hundred twenty five thousand what if you're paying that rumor fifty thousand which you're paying that dog Walker forty thousand or whatever and they realize if I go out on my own I probably won't make this much money for a couple years. Plus, I have to do all the sales. Plus, I have to worry about all this. Plus, I have to worry about you know, websites and lawyers in blah, blah. I think I've got a pretty good gig here. And so I'm talking a lot about employees. But the bottom line is people are trying to figure out how to pay the least and get the most the heck with that try to figure out how you can double triple quadruple Queen topple. However that goes try to figure out how you can blow every other training company out of the water and try to figure out how. You can create a business model that sustains that. So that you keep good people their party or family. You love them. They love you. They love the clients that you have they take such good care of the dogs that everyone grows together rather than let me see if I can get this great talent for thirty five grand a year for twenty five grand a year and pray that when I'm going on vacation..

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14:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Dr elise. Thank you. My listeners know, I have two cats my clients. No. I love cats. But there are sometimes I have no idea what they're doing. Common problem for all of us. And actually, it's one of my favorite things about cat owners is the willingness to admit that they don't know why do what they do. Because when you work with people who have dogs. They often have many many many media inputs and received wisdom about why dogs do what they do. And not that those aren't present for cats and cat behavior, but they're a little bit less prevalent, and that makes my job lot easier. Well, could see we knew we love cat owners. And I live dog Julius and owners and all the rest of them. So everyone question to the most Haman misunderstood behaviors. I think of cats are biting and scratching is typically an offenses or a defensive mood. That's a great question. Usually when cats are swatting and scratching like doing that one handed one pod slot, which generally looking at defense of movements from cats. People always take it that way because they happen. Variety of circumstances. Where people are interacting with the cat and may have started interacting with the cat at the Katz. Initiation. And at the same time most of the time when we have aggression from cats, we're really looking at underlying fear related motivation. Of course, there's exception there, and that would be play motivation because cats are very predatory animals and given when they live in our very barren environments. They don't have a lot of opportunities to practice that very natural behavior. Sometimes people become the target. Okay. That makes sense when the things I've also noticed being a clinical veterinarian is that there are no there are so many more dogs in the United States than there are cats. Majority of my clients are bringing in their dogs and not cats, and I meant to the having to trundle my cats to the office to give an exam vaccines. Whatever I really don't like it. How can we go through the process of getting the cats into the carrier because they see any becomes so fearful? Yes, they certainly do. And the reason is because most cats only experienced a carrier win. They are going to have to go in it and leave a place where they feel safe cats are very bonded to their locations or their home areas their home. Territories. And when we remove them for any reason, even that can trigger them to feel very very fearful. So you can imagine if we put them in a carrier, and then a car, which they may have extremely limited experience with and then take them to a veterinary hospital where things get yet scarier in. Spite of veterenarians best intentions, it's very easy for. Smart cat, brain to decide that the carrier is the source of the problem because it is it's the first step to the problem. So when we also cat owners about this and our kitten owners our practice who are seeing our behavior technicians for just regular like, hey, I have a kitten. What do I do with it? We set up kit in kindergarten private lesson for our cats and in the future. We'll be doing more social parties for them. But for now, we focus a lot on teaching cats carriers can be great. And it is exceptionally easy to train cats, and it's very easy to train them about the carrier. All you do is get a carrier that you like well enough to leave it out, and you make it a cat bed, and you but all the stuff that your cat likes to rest on in there. You said it in places that are sunny or warm places that your cat already chooses to rest in make sure it's a brand new care. You're not a carrier used by another cat since that can be very stressful for them. And then we usually have clients go ahead and sprinkle a couple treats in there anytime, see. The cat in there. And sometimes we sprinkled treat or two or a little bit of catnip really likes it in the carrier when the cash not in there. So that he can come by. And be pleasantly surprised and learn hey, I should check this out. It's going to be great when cats resting and their carriers Advocaat bed. We've already taken away the first trigger for them. Which is the carrier means really bad things for me, and you can go on and do much more intense and sophisticated behavioral therapy with these cats. But if you at least start by teaching the carrier is a good place, and you can do that by basically spending about fifteen seconds a day. You may as well that is fabulous. Because I know my cats I try leave it in the garage sale. Even noted Sarah reading their reading my body language going. She has something in mind in this is not good. Yes. They can understand. I was looking on your website in see that your fear free certifying. So am I. Anaya love it. And I think it's really changing the way that we view these cats that come into a practice that in the past. We would have just said they're just really aggressive. They're really mean cats in thinking these are just really scared cats. What are things that some veterinaries? Listen to this show and pet owners in particular, what are things that people can do to really dispel. This is fear, not aggression. What can they do? Well, you know that is a problem on both sides of of the exam room. Definitely just as you're talking about where we have clients think, oh, my cat is just really mean when he gets to vet and veterinarians and veterinary staff who have all sorts of names for cats that are aggressive genetic mix, and the reality is that those labels don't help anybody. And in fact, they probably harm because when we set ourselves up to think of a cat as mean when in fact, we have an. Animal who is in fighter flight because their brain is telling them they are about to die. That animal is an extreme distress in panic literally existentialist crisis. So once we all recognize the reality of why these animals are biting or hissing or swatting at the veterinary clinic, and even before when owners are getting them in the carrier, for instance, then I think we're in a much better place to treat them proactively. Because it starts with understanding that the cause is not to give you a hard time. It's because they're having a hard time. So if we can really help these guys by providing Fairmont there be at home, you know, the fear group has some great instructions on their feel free. Happy homes website on conditioning cast to understand that classical music and Fairmont therapy. Mean you can be relaxed, and then we can use those in the cars. Well, so we kind of cherry conditioning with us from the house Macarry or to the car and veterinarians can pick it up. From there by continuing family therapy in the clinic environment and providing warm sought services for cats to cut up on since they tend to like temperatures higher than what most people prefer. And we can make sure that we are keeping them away from dogs. You know, just the other day in our our general practice side, we had a woman who was quote, unquote. Introducing her cat to a dog, and there's no cats. Okay. There are some cats that really enjoy dogs. But in general, most cats do not wanna meet a strange dog. In a veterinary clinic. Oh, my God loves cats. Oh, yes. It's like being affected by aliens. And then being placed in a cage with a hungry lion. Right. Like I like to. But that's not really a very good time or a good setup. What? So when we are all doing our jobs and really recognizing that even if we have clinicians are free certified and working really hard to decrease fear, anxiety and stress in our cat patients that they may have been veterinarians before that were not educated not yet. This is not a new movement and veterinary medicine veterinary behaviorists and feline practitioners have been talking about it for over a decade, probably more, but it's just now gaining traction because of the wonderful branding with your free. So there are a lot of veterenarians who just hadn't had occasion on how to do this as a result. Our patients may have been frightened at the veterinary clinic therefore in that's the case. One of the best things we can do for them, even though clients don't like the idea sometimes is to help. Stop there. Fear by using a medication before they come in. Because when we do that we are now helping to protect the brain from experiencing that year over and over again and win the brain is fearful, especially Capri numbering are extremely good at one trial learning, and it takes a long time to de escalate or to shake it off mentally. So if we can stop the brain from getting that agitated and going that far into fight or flight and pair that with low stress handling and really considerate approach. Now, we are really cooking with gas on helping these cats learn to tolerate the veterinary clinic, and if you had a great veterinary clinic who has a behavior team doesn't have to be a veterinary behaviorist team, you can actually start teaching to like veterinary interactions, and that's part of what we do at our hospital is our technicians are trained to help cats from the time they're kittens learn to enjoy medical interactions and cooperate in their own care. And it's really not as hard as you. I think and it can be so fun Christian. You're exactly right because when I really started to incorporate fear free in a lot of my nurses who've been nurses for a long time. Looking like, this is crazy. This is a waste of time. This is just never going to work in little by little by having fairmont's by having towels in the room by taking your time. It usually does take longer to CEO Cam to sit on the floor with a cat or not gonna push the kitty, or there's many times, I'll just say your kitty has gone crazy. It's just too ramped up, go home. I don't even wanna see the cat today. No charge. And by the way, Shearson medication tonight. Give it tomorrow in the come in like kitty, still a little timid not too. Sure. But a make so much better. Yes. Absolutely. And it was save you time in the future. And most importantly now, we are feeling right? Veterinarians have gone from being healers without. That much stuff at their disposal to really really help in the dark ages to having so much technology, and tools and diagnostics and interventions that we can do honestly our professional forgotten that healing is not just about those things. So I would have it, but it's an ethical mandate generes to add this to their therapy plans and their approach to animals because without having a healing approach. Your medicine can make progress, but it's never gonna make as much progress as if you have really created a bond with that animal and human soda, you can move the patient's health forward. And so I'm really excited to see veterinarians accepting this part of medicine again. But it's not true. What we should've been doing all along. And I think for listeners right now, they're going to their practices in finding that maybe they're just not working as calmly or as they think they can they can add. Ask. And I don't think there's anything wrong with it. Oh, by the way. Have you heard of fear free? Are you fear free certified and they can look on the fear free site in fine. Vera, free certified veterinary veterinary hospitals in their area. So I think that's a great idea. And you know, the good thing is is that there's a veterinarian for everybody. So if your client who is not interested in having a fear free approach, you just wanna kinda come in and have a veterinarian vaccines and get out the door. There's a veterinarian for that. And for those clients who want to have this more healing approach. You can find them on the free site, and you can vote with your pocket books about which type of medicine feels right for you. Dr Lee's, you made mention lube or about cats just all of a sudden losing it. And it's interesting because you can have a dog that gets upset with you it just kind of ood. Hello. I love you again. Cats can go from calm to just ballistic, and they seem to hold grudges for ever. Why has a great question? The cat brain is fascinating. In fact, it's so good at intense aggression that researchers have used cap brains to study, it the thing is is that we often think that cat aggressive events that seem sudden are sudden, and it's not to say that sudden aggression doesn't happen in cats. And certainly I have also been surprised the vast majority of the time. However, if you're watching the body language, you have been on notice for at least two thirty seconds and sometimes minutes, two hours two years that there's something not comfortable for this animal, but because many people do not truly understand cat body language. They end up getting themselves into a pickle, and they keep pushing and pushing and pushing until the cat bites them and. Then they. You know, the good thing is education is out there. Fear free group has a lot of good body language stuff on. It was a great place to get started learning body, language and behavior warning signals and SO you can have a situation that ramps up escalates to very dangerous level very quickly in cats, and you are right. It can take them hours. Today's two weeks to settle down because their brains are exquisitely sensitive to this type of arousal this behavioral physiological arousal there. They become stressed feel the need to aggress, and then can take an extremely long time to calm down part of that maybe because of their combination of being both predator and prey in order to do that. Well, you have to be fast and your reaction time. So when we have a cat that is very agitated suddenly, one of the most important thing that people forget is that the best way to help Capcom down from most cats is to give them their space. So that means idea. Really having in hug them. Love them. Not not try to make it better by touching them out of the opposite of what most cats would tolerate..

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14:38 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dr elise. Thank you. My listeners know, I have two cats my clients. No. I love cats. But there are sometimes I have no idea what they're doing. Yup. Common problem for all of us, and actually one of my favorite things about honors is the willingness to admit that they don't know what they do because when you work with people who have dogs, they often have many many many media inputs and received wisdoms about why dogs do what they do. And not that those aren't present for cats and cat behavior, but they're a little bit less prevalent, and that makes my job a lot easier. Well, could see we newly love cat owners. And I live dog owners and owners and all the rest of them. So everyone question to the most Haman misunderstood behaviors. I think of cats are biting and scratching is typically an offensive or defensive mood. That's a great question. Usually when casts are swatting and scratching like doing that one handed one pod slot. We're generally looking at defensive movements from cats. People don't always take it that way because they happen. A variety of circumstances. Where people are interacting with the cat and may have started interacting with the cat at the Katz. Initiation. And at the same time most of the time when we have aggression from casts, we'll really looking at underlying fear related motivation. Of course, there's exception there, and that would be play motivation because cats are very predatory animals and given when they live in our very barren environments. They don't have a lot of opportunities to practice that very natural behavior. Sometimes people become the target. Okay. That makes sense one of the things I've also noticed being a clinical veterinarian is that there are no there are so many more dogs in the United States than there are cats. The majority of my clients are bringing in their dogs in their cats. And I went to the having to trundle my cats to the office to give. Exam vaccines, whatever I really don't like it. How can we go through the process of getting the cats into the carrier because they see in become so fearful, yes, they certainly do. And the reason is because most cats only experienced the carrier Lynn, they are going to have to go in it and leave a place where they feel safe cats are very bonded to their locations or their home areas their home. Territories. And when we remove them for any reason, even that can trigger them to feel very very fearful. So you can imagine if we put them in a carrier, and then a car, which they may have extremely limited experience with and then take them to veterinary hospital where things get yet scarier in. Spite of veterinary and best intentions, it's very easy for a smart cat, brain to decide that the carrier is the source of the problem because it is it's the first step to the problem. So when we kill cat owners. About this and our kitten owners in our practice who are seeing our behavior technicians for just regular like, hey, I have a kitten. What do I do with it? We set up in kindergarten private lessons for our cats. And in the future will be doing more social parties for them. But for now, we focus a lot on teaching cats that their carriers can be great. And it is exceptionally easy to train cats, and it's very easy to train them about the carrier. All you do is get a carrier that you like well enough to leave it out, and you make it a cat bed, and you but all the stuff that your cat likes to rest on in there. You said it in places that are sunny or warm places that your cat already chooses to rest in make sure it's a brand new care. You're not a carrier used by another cat since that can be very stressful for them. And then we usually have clients go ahead and sprinkle a couple treats in there anytime, they see the cat in there. And sometimes we sprinkled treat or two or a little bit of catnip of the cat really likes it in the carrier when the cats not in there. So that he can come by and be pleasant. Surprised and learn hey, I should check this out. It's going to be great win cats are resting and their carriers as a cat bed. We've already taken away the first trigger for them. Which is the carrier means really bad things for me, and you can go on and do much more intense and sophisticated behavioral therapy with these cats. But if you at least start by teaching them at the carrier is a good place, and you can do that by basically spending about fifteen seconds a day. You may as well that is fabulous. Because I know my cats I try leave it in the garage sale. Even noted they're reading their reading my body language going. She has something in line in. This is not good. Yes. They can understand. I was looking on your website and see that your fear free certifying. So am I on? I love it. And I think it's really changing the way that we view these cats that come into a practice that in the past. We would have just said. They're just really aggressive. They're really mean cats it actually thinking these are just really scared cats. What are things that some veterinaries? I listen to this show and pet owners particular what are things that people can do to really dispel. This is fear, not aggression. What can they do that? Well, you know that is a problem on both sides of of the exam room. Definitely just as you're talking about where we have clients that think, oh, my cat is just really mean when he gets to the vet and veterinarians and veterinary staff who have all sorts of names for cats that are aggressive essentially clinics, and the reality is that those labels don't help anybody. And in fact, they probably harm because when we set ourselves up to think of account as mean when in fact, we have an animal who is in fighter flight because their brain is telling them they are about to die. That animal is an extreme distress in panic literally existential crisis. So once we all recognize the reality of why these animals are biting or hissing or swatting at the veterinary clinic, and even before when owners are getting them in the carrier, for instance, then I think we're in a much better place to treat them proactively. Because it starts with understanding that the cause is not to give you a hard time. It's because they're having a hard time. So if we can really help these guys by providing hormone therapy at home, you know, the fearfully group has some great instructions on their fear free. Happy homes website on conditioning casts to understand that classical music and Fairmont therapy means you can be relaxed, and then we can use those in the car as well. So we kind of carry that conditioning with us from the house the carrier to the car and veterinarians can pick it up from there by continuing family therapy in the clinic environment and providing warm soft surfaces for cats to cuddle up on since they tend to like. Temperatures higher than what most people prefer. And we can make sure that we are keeping them away from dogs. You know, just the other day in our our general practice side, we had a woman who was quote, unquote. Introducing her cat to a dog. And there's no, okay. There are some cats that really into dogs. But in general most cats sternly do not wanna meet a strange dog. In a veterinary clinic, that's sort of my God loves campus. Yes. So it's like being affected by aliens. And then being placed in a cage with a hungry lion. Right. Like, I like lions too. But that's not really a very good time or a good setup for it. So when we are all doing our jobs and really recognizing that even if we have clinicians are your free certified and working really hard to decrease fear, anxiety and stress in our cat patients that they may have been to veterinarians before that we're not educated in that yet. This is not a new movement in veterinary medicine veterinary behaviorists and feeling practitioners have been talking about it for over a decade, probably more, but it's just now gaining traction because of the wonderful branding with fear free. So there are a lot of veterinarians who just hadn't had an education on how to do this as a result. Our patients may have been frightened at the veterinary clinic therefore in when that's the case. One of the best things we can do for them, even though clients don't like the idea sometimes. Is to help stop there. Fear by using a medication before they come in. Because when we do that, we are now helping to protect the brain from experiencing that fear over and over again and win the brain is fearful, especially a Capri membranes. Are extremely good at one trial learning, and it takes them a long time to de escalate or to sort of shake it off mentally. So if we can stop their brain from getting that agitated and going that far into fight or flight and pair that with low stress handling and really considerate approach. Now, we are really cooking with gas on helping these cats learn to tolerate the veterinary clinic, and if you had a great veterinary clinic who has a behavior team. It doesn't have to be a veterinary behaviorist team, you can actually start teaching casts to like veterinary interactions, and that's part of what we do at our hospital is our technicians are trained to help cats from the time they're kittens learn to enjoy medical interactions and cooperate in their own care. And it's really. Not as hard as you would think, and it can be so fun dodge christianson, you're exactly right because when I really started to incorporate fear free and a lot of my nurses, the, nurses for a long time looked at me like, this is crazy. This is a waste of time. This is just never going to work a little by little by having fair moons by having towels in the room by taking your time. It usually does take longer to CEO Cam sit on the floor with a cat. We're not gonna push the kitty or there's many times. I'll just say your kitty has gone crazy. It's just too ramped up, go home. I don't even wanna see the cat today. No charge. And oh, by the way, here's some medication given tonight give it tomorrow. And they come in as like kitty still a little timid not too. Sure. But a make so much better. Yes. Absolutely. And it was save you time in the future. And most importantly now, we are healing, right? Veterinarians have gone from being healer. Without that much stuff at their disposal to really really help in the dark ages to having so much technology, and tools and diagnostics and interventions that we can do honestly our profession as forgotten that healing is not just about those things. So I would posit that it's an ethical mandate for generics to add this to their fair plans and their approach to animals because without having a healing approach. Your medicine can make progress, but it's never gonna make as much progress as if you have really created a bond with the animal and that human so that you can move the patient's health forward. And so I'm really excited to see veterinarians accepting this part of veterinary medicine again, but it's not really what we should've been doing all along. And I think for listeners right now, they're going to their practices in finding that maybe they're just not working as calmly or as effectively as they think they can. They can ask. And I don't think there's anything wrong with it. Oh, by the way, heavy heard of fear free. Are you fear free certified, and they can look on the fear free site in finding your free certified veterinary veterinary hospitals in their area. So I think that's a great idea. Absolutely. And you know, the good thing is is that there's a veterinarian for everybody. So if your client who is not interested in having a fear free approach, you just want to kind of come in and have a veterinarian give the vaccines and get out the door. There's a veterinarian for that. And for those clients who want to have this more healing approach. You can find them on the site, and you can vote with your pocket books about which type of medicine feels right for you. Dr Lee's you made mention lube earlier about cats just all of a sudden losing it. And it's interesting because you can have a dog that gets upset with you. And then it just kind of ood. Hello. I love you again. Hats gas can go from calm to just ballistic in these seem to hold grudges for ever. Why has a great question? The cat brain is fascinating. In fact, it's so good at intense aggression that researchers have used cap brains to study, it the thing is is that we often think that cats aggressive events that seem sudden are sudden, and it's not to say that sudden aggression doesn't happen in cats. And certainly I have also been surprised the vast majority of the time. However, if you are watching the body language, you have been on notice for at least two to thirty seconds, sometimes minutes, two hours, two years. Then there is something not comfortable for this animal. But because many people do not truly understand cat body language. They end up getting themselves into a pickle, and they just keep pushing and pushing and pushing until the cat bites them and. Then they surprised. You know, the good thing is education is out. There. The fear free group has a lot of good body language stuff on it. It was a great place to get started on learning how body language and behavior and warning signals and SO you can have a situation that ramps up escalates to a very dangerous level very quickly and cats, and you are right. It can take them hours. Today's two weeks to settle down because their brains are exquisitely sensitive to this type of arousal this behavioral arousal, this physiological arousal there, they become stressed feel the need to aggress, and then can take an extremely long time to calm down putting about maybe because of their combination of being both predator and prey in order to do that. Well, you have to be fast in your reaction time. So when we have a cat that is very agitated suddenly, one of the most important things that people forget is that the best way to help account calm down for most cats is to give them their space. So that means idea. Really howling than hug them. Love them. No, do not try to make it better by touching them. Not as the opposite of what most cats would tolerate..

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09:47 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Market outlook at swab dot com. And I wanted to ask you a question about that. You talked about rolling bear markets that we've seen in things like emerging market stocks energy. And now things stocks can can you talk more about the this concept, and what impact rolling bear markets, maybe would have on investors and what they should do about it. Sure, you can actually take it back to the beginning of two thousand eighteen and we've had these what do you call them rolling bear markets or micro bubbles that have popped. I put together a cartoon for Schwab impact conference more than a year ago. So then November twenty seventeen conference that showed at the time the three major global central bankers. It was Janet yelling at the time at the fed, of course, and then Kuroda and Giradi at the Bank of Japan and European Central Bank. And they were blowing bubbles using you know, the kid wants that we used to use you dip in what is basically just so and blow bottles and in the bubbles. I labeled them a number of different asset classes, I had one label bitcoin I had one labeled things I had one labeled shortfall one labeled risk parody positing that although we didn't have a massive systemic bubble. We probably had inflated asset classes by virtue of central Bank liquidity that might be seen as micro bubbles that were likely to pop in an environment of receiving quitting. Well, fast forward to late January February of two thousand eighteen. And the shortfall bubble popped. Dick, spectacularly, ultimately, we got it in in bitcoin and the other crypto currencies. We saw stocks. We saw it an emerging markets. We saw it in a small caps. We saw it in oil. So we've had these rolling corrections bubble bursts bear markets, whatever you wanna call them that have just kind of hit one class at a time without taking the entire system or the entire market down with it. That's not a bad environment. There are worse ways to experience a bear market. In the case of the P. We got at the recent Trump down about nineteen point eight percent. It's incredible. How common it is. We've had six instances in the kind of modern era of the stock market where the market has gone down more than nineteen percent. But stopped short of that negative twenty percent, which may have to do with sort of technical when you hit a threshold where buying interest steps in. But it also tends to be bear markets are close to bear markets that occur. When you don't have an economic recession coming there sort of non recession bear markets are non recession almost bear markets. Whether or not we look back. Back at this one and say, you know, it wasn't deep the six one or that. The Dow nineteen eight was just sort of opening salvo into true market. I think whether or not we get a recession. This year is is key to answering that question you talked a couple times about financial stability in the Federal Reserve. And you know, maybe I'm still scarred from two thousand eight but every time that the market seems to fall in our there's volatility you start to see headlines around is financial stability improved. And how safe are the banks. What is your take on that? Because as you mentioned at some point. We will have a recession. We will have a sharp bear market. But do you think there'll be more, quote, unquote, normal recession bear market as opposed to the sort of sustained crisis. We face ten years ago. Yes, we do think that the next recession is more likely to be garden variety. Now, the only thing that could trip that up is if the the fractures were seeing within the corporate debt market, which right now are largely limited to the lowest quality spectrum even within investment grade. You know, the triple will be rated companies and admittedly. There's more triple be rated companies within the so-called investment-grade sphere than has ever been before. And there's a decent percentage of those that are they're kind of in trouble. It's not dire. Straits. It is still fairly contained in a world of corporate debt. Otherwise being easily managed by ample liquidity that companies have so barring some sort of wail coming to the surface. That is unforeseen disappoint. We think the next recession is likely to be more garden variety because there isn't a big Walker systemic bubble like the housing bubble with massive trillions of dollars derivatives tied to it laying down a global financial system. That was levered to the health. So leverage ratios are way down banks are much more. Well, capitalized not just regulatory reasons, but sort of self preservation reasons, so we don't see the next cycle as as one that looks like the seven and nine cycle, and to your point about how you started the question with your user, Pepsi, or in your memory that experience I think there is a lot of muscle memory that has many investors on guard because it was not only a severe bear market, no seven zero nine, but the one prior to that was all. Also, a massive bubble burst and severe bear market. So it's no wonder that muscle memory is is still sort of feared in people's minds. But we do think this next one is more likely not guaranteed to be but more likely to be of the milder variety. But yet given the fact that we are a bit scarred. And given the factory had a poor stock market and q for very poor stock market, and given the fact that you've identified a bunch of risks. How do we stay calm in this market? Well, there are some things investors can do first of all I think taking an approach around discipline, regardless of the environment is the first thing to do when starting or at any point in the process. I think if you sit down, and you think okay, my winging it or do I have disappointed process. Here is tied to my risk tolerance and time horizon and everything associated with both of those things, and I'm taking an approach around asset allocation and rebalancing there's also disciplined that's about as close as you get to a free lunch. Now, you know, we have investors at Schwab who although take a strategic long-term approach to investing also. Sometimes wanna make tactical shifts around that strategic allocation they want to try to get a little bit of an edge. And that's where some of what we do comes into play with our tactical recommendation. So over the past year, we have gotten decidedly more defensive in what we're recommending tactically for investor so about a year and a half ago, we moved overall global equity exposure down to neutral within that the only area Memphis in the last year has been US large-caps at the expense of US small caps. But also a little bit of an underweight to emerging markets. And then more recently in August twenty eighteen we took down two of the riskier sector recommendation, so technology on financials, we move from outperform to neutral, and we moved up utilities and reads from underperformed to neutral, so really reflecting that need to take a little bit more of a defensive non-cyclical, more value oriented approach within equity portfolio. So that's how we've reflected also reinforcing the benefits of rebalancing, especially in a more volatile. Environment because the beautiful thing about rebalancing. Is it forces us investors to do what we know we're supposed to do which is maybe not Bilo so high, but you know, AB low trim high take advantage of volatility pare back where you have outsized gains based on prior gains. And that kind of keeps you on the right side of the market in general. So we don't make bombastic all or nothing calls. We're not market timers. So what I just described is the way we reflect what has been a more defensive posture over the past year. I'm glad to hear you say that because one of the things that a lot of people face, and I'm sure that you come into contact with us a lot as the investor that sees the Dow fall fifteen percent and a quarter or whatever and just wants to get out and go to cash and as opposed to taking the more nuance stands. How do you answer that question because I'm certain you've got more than a couple of times in the last. I get it all the time. And my answer is the same all the time, regardless of the environment. And regardless of my view on the market. I would answer this if I had an unbelievably bullish view on the market or vice versa. And that is that especially given that the question is often asked with those exact. Terms sort of get in or get out. My answer is always neither get in. Or get out is an investing strategy. That's gambling moment in time. And investing should never be about gambling on a moment in time. It should always be a process over time. And when you think about getting and get out, which infers all or nothing kind of move that requires you are not just a perfect market timer. But that you do it right in both directions. You get out at the right time. You get back in at the right time and vice versa. No, one can do it and more often than I if you attempt that if that's how you're managing your money. You will make grave grave errors. And at the end of the day. Whatever that is figurative gay the ten year or fifteen years twenty years, whatever it is your your time horizon, you're gonna end up very much worse than whatever. Benchmark. It is in some cases, even relatively conservative benchmarks. So it should always be a process over time. Never about a moment in time and never all or nothing. I think that's good advice. I think you got to figure out what makes sense for you. What your risk tolerance is what your needs in terms of Ray return, and what the goal is for the money, and then come up with investment strategy that makes sense, but it's hard to do emotionally sometimes because the most I'm retired. I can't lose this money. Well, that I'm glad you just said that because that perfectly ties to what you said just prior to that which is that every investor is different in terms of their risk tolerance and time horizon. And there are so many factors that make each individual different. It's not just about agent time. Horizon too often investor CEO Cam young, I've longtime rising therefore, I can take a more aggressive approach. Well, if you're gonna panic at the first ten percent drop in your portfolio and sell everything. I don't care. How young you are? You are not a risk tolerant investor. So what I also what also drives me crazy aside from the question, I often get are you telling investors to get in or get out, which we talked about is what are you recommending to clients? What's your asset allocation recommendation has if one asset allocation recommendation is right for every investor? I it drives. Me crazy. How often I hear people pundits? Who get that question who actually answer it? And they'll say sixty thirty ten I'm being very generic. But that's right for everybody. If you are, you know, twenty five years old, and you just inherited ten million dollars, and you go bungee jumping on the weekend. You don't need the money. You're not going to obsess over it. You don't need to earn income on it versus a seventy five year old who needs to keep everything they made a needs to earn income on that. Well, I could have a very singular high conviction view of what I think the market is going to do. But what I would tell those to investors are entirely different things. Too often. We hear people answer that question. Yeah. And it's even to the point like you could up to eighty year olds one needs every penny for their own expenses. The other one doesn't need a penny at all it's exactly their grandkids. So of course, that's going to be a different investment philosophy..

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10:09 min | 2 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Information on her including her two thousand nineteen market outlook at Schwab dot com. And I wanted to ask you a question about that. You talked about rolling bear markets that we've seen in things like emerging market stocks energy. And now, thanks stocks. Can you talk more about the this concept, and what impact rolling their markets, maybe would have on investors and what they should do about it? Sure, you can actually take it back to the beginning of two thousand eighteen and we've had these what do you call them rolling bear markets or micro bubbles that have popped. I put together a cartoon for Schwab impact conference more than a year ago. So the November twenty seventeen conference that showed at the time the three major global central bankers. It was Janet Yellen at the time at the fed, of course, and then Kuroda Andrology at a Bank of Japan and European Central Bank. And they were blowing bubbles using the kid wants that we used to use that you dip in what is basically just silk and blow bottles and in the bubbles. I labeled them a number of different asset classes, I had one label bitcoin I had one label things. I had one labeled shortfall one labeled risk parity positing that although we didn't have some massive systemic bubble. We probably had inflated asset classes by virtue of central Bank liquidity that might be seen as micro bubbles that were likely to pop in an environment of receding quitting. Well, fast forward to late January February of two thousand eighteen and the. Shortfall bubble popped up spectacularly, ultimately, we got it in in bitcoin any other crypto currencies. We saw stocks. We started an emerging markets. We saw it in a small caps. We saw it in oil. So we've had these rolling corrections bubble bursts bear markets, whatever you wanna call them that have just kind of hit one class at a time without taking the entire system or the entire market down with it. That's not a bad environment. There are worse ways to experience a bear market. In the case of the SNP. We got at the recent trough down about nineteen point eight percent. It's incredible. How common it is. We've had six instances in the kind of modern Arab stock market where the market has gone down more than nineteen percent. But stopped short of that negative twenty percent, which may have to do with sort of technical when you hit a threshold where buying interest steps in. But it also tends to be bear markets are close to bear markets that occur. When you don't have an economic recession coming there sort of non recession their markets are non recession almost bear markets. Whether or not we look back at this one and say. You know, it wasn't the six one or that. The Dow nineteen eight was just sort of opening salvo into true bear market. I think whether or not we get a recession. This year is is key to answering that question you talked a couple times about financial stability and the Federal Reserve, and you know, maybe I'm still scarred from two thousand eight but every time that the market seems to fall in our there's volatility you start to see headlines around is financial stability improved and how safe are banks. What is your take on that? Because as you mentioned at some point, we will have a recession. We will have a sharp bear market. But do you think there'll be more, quote, unquote, normal recession a bear market as opposed to this sort of systemic crisis? We face ten years ago. Yes, we do think that the next recession is more likely to be garden variety. Now, the only thing that could trip that up is if the the fractures were seeing within the corporate debt market, which right now are largely limited to the lowest quality spectrum even within investment grade. Now, the triple be rated companies, and admittedly, there's more triple be rated companies within the so-called investment-grade sphere than has ever been before. And there's a decent percentage of those that are they're kind of in trouble if not dire straits, it is still fairly contained in a world of corporate debt. Otherwise being easily managed by ample liquidity that companies have so barring some sort of wail coming to the surface that is unprecedented disappoint. We think the next recession is likely to be more garden variety because there isn't a big Walker systemic bubble like the housing bubble with massive trillions of dollars derivatives tied to it weighing down a global financial system that was levered to help. So leverage ratios are way down banks are much more. Well capitalized. Not just regulatory reasons, but sort of self preservation reasons, so we don't see the next cycle as as one that looks like the the seven to nine cycle and to your point about how you started the question with your user seared in your memory that experience I think there is a lot of muscle memory that has many investors on guard because it was not only a severe bear market, no seven zero nine, but the one prior to that was also a massive bubble burst and severe bear market. So it's no wonder that muscle memory is is still sort of seared in people's minds. But we do think this next one is more likely not guaranteed to be but more likely to be of the milder variety. But yet given the fact that we are a bit scarred. And given the fact we had a poor stock market in q for very poor stock market, and given the fact that you've identified a bunch of risks. How do we stay calm in this market? Well, there are some things investors can do first of all I think taking approach around discipline, regardless of the environment is the first thing to do when starting at any point in the process. I think if. You sit down, and you think okay, and my winging it or do I have a discipline process. Here is tied to my risk tolerance and time horizon and everything associated with both of those things, and I'm taking an approach around asset allocation and rebalancing there's also disciplined that's about as close as you get to a free lunch. Now, you know, we have investors at Schwab who although take a strategic long-term approach to investing also sometimes wanna make tactical shifts around that strategic allocation they want to try to get a little bit of an edge. And that's where some of what we do comes into play with our tactical recommendation. So over the past year, we have gotten decidedly more defensive in what we're recommending tactically for investors. So about a year and a half ago, we moved overall global equity exposure down to neutral within that the only area of emphasis in the last year has been US large-caps at the expense of US small caps. But also a little bit of an underweight to emerging markets. And then more recently in August of two thousand eighteen we took down to the riskier sector recommendation. So. Technology and on financials, we move from outperform to neutral, and we moved up utilities and reads from underperformed to neutral, so really reflecting that need to take a little bit more of a defensive non cyclical, more value oriented approach within equity portfolio. So that's how we've reflected it also reinforcing the benefits of rebalancing, especially in a more volatile environment because the beautiful thing about rebalancing. Is it forces us an investors to do what we know we're supposed to do which is maybe not Bilo sell high. But of you know, at low trim, high take advantage of volatility pare back where you have outside gains based on prior games. And that kind of keeps you on the right side of the market in general. So we don't make bombastic all or nothing calls. We're not market timers. So what I just described is the way we reflect what has been a more defensive posture over the past year. I'm glad to hear you say that because one of the things that a lot of people phase. And I'm sure that you come into contact with us a lot as the investor that sees the Dow fall fifteen percent and a quarter or whatever. And then. Just wants to get out and go to cash and as opposed to taking the more nuance stance. How do you answer that question because I'm certain you've got more than a couple of times in the last. I get it all the time. And my answer is the same all the time, regardless of the environment. And regardless of my view on the market. I would answer this if I had an unbelievably bullish view on the market or vice versa. And that is that especially given that the question often asked with those exact terms sort of get or get out. My answer is always neither get in. Or get out is an investing strategy. That's gambling on a moment in time. And investing should never be about gambling on a moment in time. It should always be a process over time. And when you think about getting and get out, which infers all or nothing kind of move that requires you are not just a perfect market timer, but you do it right in both directions. You get out at the right time. You get back in at the right time and vice versa. No, one can do it and more often than I if you attempt that if that's how you're managing your money. You will make grave grave errors. And at the end of the day. Whatever that is bigger today. You know, the ten year or fifteen years twenty years, whatever it is your your time horizon, you're gonna end up hearing much. Worse than whatever. Benchmark. It is in some cases, even relatively conservative benchmarks. So it should always be a process over time. Never about a moment in time and never all or nothing. Yeah. I think that's good advice. I think you got to figure out what makes sense for you. What your risk tolerance is what your needs in terms of rate of return, and what the goal is for the money, and then come up with investment strategy that makes sense, but it's hard to do mostly sometimes because the most. I'm retired. I can't lose this money. Well, that I'm glad you just said that because that perfectly ties to what you said just prior to that which is that every investor is different in terms of their risk tolerance and time horizon. And there are so many factors that make each individual different. It's not just about agent time. Horizon too often investor CEO Cam young longtime rise, and therefore I can take more aggressive approach. Well, if you're gonna panic at the first ten percent drop in your portfolio and sell everything. I don't care. How young you are? You are not a risk tolerant investor. So what I also what also drives me crazy aside from the question, I often get are you can tell investors to get get out which we already talked about is. Well, what are you recommending to clients? What's your asset allocation recommendation has if one asset allocation recommendation is right for every investor? I it drives me crazy. How often I hear people pundit to get that question who actually answer it, and they'll say sixty thirty ten I'm being very generic. But that's right for everybody. If you are, you know, twenty five years old, and you just inherited ten million dollars. Go bungee jumping on the weekend. You don't need the money. You're not going to obsess over it. You don't need to earn income on it versus a seventy five year old who needs to keep everything they made needs to earn income on that. Well, I could have very singular high conviction view of what I think the market is going to do. But what I would tell those to investors are entirely different things. Too often. We hear people answer that question. Yeah. And it's even to the point like you could have two eight year-olds one needs every penny for their own expenses. The other one doesn't need a penny at all it's for the grandkids. So of course, that's going to be a different investment philosophy. Clearly, I met the lake rates are John Templeton when he was in his nineties, and we had an interesting conversation about how a breast of an investor. He's we've been while one. He could afford to take the risks. From a financial perspective Vicky was a billionaire, and he understood the risk tolerance for them. So it's another example of age not necessarily being the single determinant of whether you're risk or a risk averse investor Lizanne you've given us so much. Good information..

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"The Rams are the last undefeated team in the NFL a few days away from their first loss and golf's most immediate concern is a stamp on the underside of his wrist from a Halloween party the night before that everybody keeps mistaking annoyingly for. It's at two. There's also a rap on his left ankle and yellowing bruises on his left. Biceps when the photographer asked him to sit on a curb for pensive shot he starts bend down. And then stops can't do that. He says shaking his head asked. Why he laughs and says? It's tuesday. It's the only explanation needed a few minutes later, he winces as he pulls on his jersey in pants task complete. He exhales the way you do when you finally catch your breath. I'm only twenty four he says, but it's week nine without a buy so much of the job is appearances quarterbacks. Like Matt Ryan stroll into a post game news conference dressed like CEO's. Cam Newton does one thing Rogers, another everyone has a brand and Goths can be loosely described as informal star Kelly. Cool Taylor Kohl's it when golfers came into the league he would arrive for game unbutton. The first two buns of dress shirt pull it over his head and buried on the floor of his locker. So when he took to the podium after a game. He always looked a little like he was wearing well assured that had been buried at the bottom of a locker. He's more particular now uses hangers and his mom helps him with his outfits for home games. But every once in a while Jerry will dare to venture into the unknown. Jared how about a suit this? Week. Now, dad, I'm good just two years ago Goff was called the bust and worse. You know, what you know is how he describes that situation last year was his quiet rebuttal. But this one feels like an arrival second only to Mahomes in passing yards through nine games on the shortlist for MVP leading team, then expects the play through January. He has helped to change the paradigm is part of the revolution. It can be hard.

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The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"So so what i'd so you will again up to mccrone and yes asian so naronha made china agenda of do deny trump campaign may turn otherwise menus division was completely destroyed because when you ceo cam and said we want to do unto time on twitter do not want to do sell use news anymore and it is an important tournament because we foot we went on strike you know the french people love to strike an we decided to go to the streets and to have ward saying we're going to die but we're going to die by defending ceos giannis and there was during the trump campaign at the time i was deeply affected by that john of the trump campaign i had to fiend moi's myself on the trump events on the ieo of course i was with my komarica defunding ceos gianetti's so after the presidential campaign after eggshells in washington i want you to pose i came back to paris i won't reopen because of course against the b corporation which wanted to do writing some until time won't we lost so the news division was completely kid and i said that seat i i really have to sink about what's happening i wonder paris renault in the beginning of december and i watch on may led mock on tv it was a meeting which is quoted the boft divest sang meeting because southern new mccoy's on stage and the his creaming but really screaming i'm going to change things i'm going to be president i'm going to do things and he had passion and i said this guy he's going to be president i are picked up the phone on a or call his team and they said listen the told me you want to an interview i said no i don't want an interview you know what happen in my new turner i just want to see how i can help you i have some experience in america to think i going to have an appointment with him just to speak about what he wants to do and then i had my pump on two days after and we spoke for thirty five minutes to us last year.

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"ceo cam" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"ceo cam" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"So so what i'd so you will again up to mccrone and yes asian so naronha made china agenda of do deny trump campaign may turn otherwise menus division was completely destroyed because when you ceo cam and said we want to do unto time on twitter do not want to do sell use news anymore and it is an important tournament because we foot we went on strike you know the french people love to strike an we decided to go to the streets and to have ward saying we're going to die but we're going to die by defending ceos giannis and there was during the trump campaign at the time i was deeply affected by that john of the trump campaign i had to fiend moi's myself on the trump events on the ieo of course i was with my komarica defunding ceos gianetti's so after the presidential campaign after eggshells in washington i want you to pose i came back to paris i won't reopen because of course against the b corporation which wanted to do writing some until time won't we lost so the news division was completely kid and i said that seat i i really have to sink about what's happening i wonder paris renault in the beginning of december and i watch on may led mock on tv it was a meeting which is quoted the boft divest sang meeting because southern new mccoy's on stage and the his creaming but really screaming i'm going to change things i'm going to be president i'm going to do things and he had passion and i said this guy he's going to be president i are picked up the phone on a or call his team and they said listen the told me you want to an interview i said no i don't want an interview you know what happen in my new turner i just want to see how i can help you i have some experience in america to think i going to have an appointment with him just to speak about what he wants to do and then i had my pump on two days after and we spoke for thirty five minutes to us last year.

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