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"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"That you wanted to be an owner. I knew i would. I didn't know what capacity. I would own in my dad's a dentist i worked for him initially and he's just kind of your bread and butter mom and pop type old school hang a shingle kinda guy. And that wasn't the model that fit me. And then i dabbled with a practice that i thought it was going to be like a group ownership though. Yeah after that experience. I knew i had to take the bull by the horns and do it myself. Because one's doing it. The way that i envision but then as soon as i realized that i've i've quit on you know my working boots and started just becoming a student of the game and i think that's around you know i've probably met you a little year two after that but yeah as far as the book. I think it's for anybody contemplating ownership. I mean it's price that it's the price point on the book is not breast. Make money by any means. This is just literally truly to help people out you know for somebody that already owns. There's probably not a ton of value unless you're going to open a second location and you might get some tidbits on saving money in certain areas. But yeah i mean what i suggest. Is anybody interests an ownership is to like study that entrepreneurial side and the clinical side you know in those first you know simultaneously. Because i don't think you want to get too focused on one or the other. Yeah in the beginning you might be eighty percent clinical twenty percent entreprenurial but then as the clinical starts. Become seamless. Eighty twenty flips. I don't know that's been my experience. I figured bring up a good point like your your book and really be a filter if it's.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"No shortcuts. No magic pills. It's really a conglomeration of work ethic clearer vision resourcefulness. meaning that sometimes the at between point eight. Whatever it takes and knowing that you're gonna have to buy scratch and claw on occasion certainly will form strategy and tactic help. So let's go back to this idea of not everyone's cut out for ownership and i think your your buck will really speak to that. But who has somebody that should pick up your book right away and who is somebody that should really decide if they want to be an employee mind cetera ownership mindset. What's your opinions on that daughter. Yeah we were actually at end of course with the air nicholas out here in colorado and there was this guy who graduated david he graduated four or five months ago. He had the book with them and he was me like. Hey man like this is awesome. I just. I don't know what i didn't know and now i'm reading the stuff that like is just getting my my brain. Working in terms of conceptualize practice ownership size safe for anyone who's interested at all like a good place to start is talking to people who've done it before or picking up the book flipping through it and setting. Okay do i have have it in me to do any of the stuff that that they're writing about. And then if you feel like you have it in you to like least go down the rabbit hole a little bit then go for it and then you can always reach out to chris myself. You can reach out to any mentors at had coaches. I guess my entire career. Soon as graduating i was latching not to implant this right in the beginning than i found a breakaway. Then i went with diest. I and decide has as by far been like one of the best things that has kind of changed the trajectory of how i looked business and that in itself was very powerful for me so i think find a coach finds someone you know. It can be an unpaid coach. It can be a friend. Who's around the corner just wants to help you. You don't pay money to get good acknowledge these day is so. I think it's really for anyone but in terms of you know who should really pick it up and run with. It is if you have that that two percent feeling got. This is something you want to do. Just just take the leap man. They run for indiana jones. Take the step off the cliff. You know it's not the penitent man. But you know like the leap state. Art of the movie thing is take the leap and the bridge will.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"Go into any market and win because most dentists aren't willing to do that and i think you've really defined that chris. I knew you pre start up. So i have an idea you'll say but what do you think were the key elements in your kind of rocket ship trajectory as soon as you open your doors there. I'm going to start the second thing. Which is the tahoe alluded to the clinical aspect. I know some people wanna get into this. The pullback clinical having the clinical skills can make in the beginning can make up for a bad leader as you're learning to be a better leader. What is leadership. It was a total mystery to me what leadership was. When i didn't you know two years out of dental school like read this book that you're not gonna learn it in a book you're gonna learn as much as you can from podcast and and that but it comes from experience in self leadership in in this life experience so man i was a shell of the leader i am and i can't wait to see the version of me five years from now but when i opened the practice i wasn't wasn't berry you know and i feel a lot better about where i'm at but there's still a long way to go but the clinical skills help make up for marketing mistakes leadership mistakes whatever else being able to communicate with patients convert treatment that that's important and i think fresh out of school going into ownership i. There's no freaking way. You know how to present a case like a guy. That's five years out. That's been focusing on all this verbiage and and all the different aspects that go into it right. So clark goal can make up for deficiencies elsewhere in the beginning. You know but number one for startup. Demographics hands down. I mean yes. There are people that have gone into saturated areas and killed it. But it's a lot harder if you want to. Just you know. Make it easy on yourself. You know that the demographics research is critical. And then probably a third thing is just intentionally and do your homework hearing like you said to highlight reels on podcast and it gives you the confidence that oh man. This guy did it. But you don't know what they all the nights they were up bill. You know one in the morning studying you know or or taking notes on you know just doing that extra stuff that no one else is willing to do. I mean have a lot of i mentor. A lotta guys. That are years out of school. And i know they just don't work a fraction as hard as me and tower. And i'm like. I love you to death but but the road that we're gonna you're gonna have to car for yourself is going to be steep and there's a lot of people that are excited because of what they see and hear that they're just gonna come out and crush it and it's not always the case. Thanks for saying that. I think that's an important message. Like.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"Slip so going back to the book. I know you guys have taken dissimilar pass but also found your after success through that and i think that's super important for listeners and no like there's kind of unlimited journeys that will get you there one of you has kind of startup focus one of you as acquisition focus. So i heard. Can you tell us maybe like three little hinges that i'll swing a big door on the three most important things that have somebody and i wanna put a pin in this. But i think i. We have to differentiate who should own should not own but if someone is decided i want to own and i'm gnarly interested in taking this thing from the ground up one or some super important elements for people to focus on as i step into acquisition. Absolutely so i think first off it boils down to. I think anyone can own a practice. I do think if if you're very didactic and your analysis or process analysis type person that you just pay a little extra money and you find yourself. The implementer can help you like execute. But i do think that anyone can do it surrounding themselves with the right people so i can start with that and say hey for anyone who's willing to to lose a little bit of stomach lining go for it and then to answer a question with the acquisition. We always look for those value at the practices that are you know bread and butter practices. That don't do a lot of specialty so you can immediately come in. And that's that's how i you know tripled the practice. A couple of years is just adding specialty took practice. The lab workflows and the the technology side of digital dentistry is just just skyrocketed. So if anyone has any questions on that the all on four alon x game with lab workflows and scanners and all that were were in the process of just trying to perfect that stuff right now so definitely chapter. That's like a three hour conversation in itself. so i'd say adding specialty to the practice. I think getting an oral sedation license. If you offer note titled sedation is definitely huge. Because then you're doing at least two to three to four quads dentistry in one sitting. You're getting fearful people and we have people who we sedate for scaling and root planing some some even profuse. But it's a huge practice builder because give it fear anxiety and then you slowly bring him in as non sedation patients and you help them overcome their fears. And that's a cool thing as well and then the third thing with acquisitions. Is this if you're looking at at the number line item on the apa or the asset purchase agreement. That's gonna be your goodwill and basically broken down into your patients in your team so figuring out a good way to do the transition from a marketing perspective from a team morale perspective to have your team rally around you as the new owner. And know that you're the right person for the job and then taking that message out to the patients and making sure that the patients now that you're the right person as well probably the trifecta to knock it out the park and acquisition. I mean there's a million things to do those three things right. You can really like hit the ground running sure. Did you have to lean on heavy marketing. When you when you acquired that practice. I did i did. There was a horrible website. Were tucked in behind library. We were in a multi tenant building no sign edge. There's like six other dentists complex now to other. Gp's Four other specialty. We do specialty in practice. We're all kind of like quote unquote in competition with one. Another even though. I don't truly believe that. So yeah we we've marketed everything. I got a tv commercial seo really hard. I got a billboard that we just put up a medium gone out there or an old me where has guide missing a tooth and then a missing an eyebrow and says this is why dentistry is so important because even though he's missing an eyebrow the first thing you notice was missing to there's a big billboard on the highway with me missing my front tooth and an eyebrow and patients actually come up and they're like man that billboard and we like laugh about it together i do. I've done like everything. I burn a lot dollars marketing. But i got bit by the marketing bucks. I really do enjoy it as well as like on fun for me but yeah i absolutely loved the marketing stuff and i have had to do a lot of it because acquired a practice that had no presence whatsoever. Yeah thanks for saying that. I think i think a lot in terms of identity like what are the stories we tell ourselves and if a dentist can say i'm a scale clinician. I must go leader. I'm a skilled marketer. You must.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"Things removed from that story so you can have a booming business by your kids. Don't ever see you can have a thriving relationship with your family. But you're afraid how you're gonna finance your kid's college education. The the comprehensive effort to me is the only one that works in the long haul certainly as entrepreneurs. There are times when family demands are superintendent. Business demands are superintendents. But if we don't recalibrate out of that a decade ago by and we're like as much of an employee in our enterprises anyone definitely a danger. That creep has started to come in this year too. Because we're working harder to make the same amount of money or you know i know where a lot of producing more but a lot aren't but we're all working harder. I feel like because there's all these policies that have come about that are customized to one particular virus and and you know then you have the way that the team and the patients are acting or feeling and it all lands on the leader to set the expectations and you know support everyone. So it's definitely been a challenging year. At least for me. Initially it was it was easy to find more time for the family because we were shut down and then as the year rolled on you know i. I found myself into practice. More days with business admin type stuff trying to figure out these problems that a lot of people none of us have ever seen before. So yeah i don't know but it's super important to keep the be aware of it and it'd be calibrated and to make sure those those things that are most important to us. Don't.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"Have a significant ripple effect through time. There's actually a an exercise bike and take a quick engine. Though i had a buddy who grew up with. Just give me a call. The other day out in la east fast-tracking a wedding because his law got a terminal diagnosis or future mother-in-law terminal diagnosis. So we were just spitballing. He's like one of those guys you can be truly and honest with and half like you know deeper conversations where it's not just like talking about sports and pass interference fund. You know a dude though so we talked about it and we came up this awesome idea. And i think you know like proves to be beneficial. I'm actually going to do with my own family where he's going to sit down with his. His future. mother-in-law have a record two different videos and bright different letters to say. Hey watch this video. You know when you're when you get pregnant with your first milwaukee born or open this letter when your kid goes to school for the first time so it's like lead there from the mother type of concept. I'm actually gonna do that with my kids. I was just brainstorm with him and stuff like write letters to my kids and say hey open this when you get married are open this when you have your first and i get derided as like a thirty five year old versus me. Give knowledge like forty fifty sixty year old supervisor. So i was really excited about the project and the you know experience. I'm gonna put on some like you know music background same soundtrack music and get my mind in the right zone and then just crank it out for like an hour or so and and get some good good letters and videos out there. I love that legacy play. I think that's the game changer. Earliest that's been the game changer. In and my life is when you go macro makro like birthday grave is this problem. Significant like nee you know what. I mean even like the failures that we've all experienced and i appreciate you bringing that up because the feedback that i get from the marketplaces like i'm tired of the highlight. Reel like my lights not like that. And my my response to that is like no one's life like that a lot of times their lies of omission that go into a story and selective.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"Whose names the door and you guys really show up for that call yeah definitely appreciate it abundance mindset is something that you and cost us have talked about forever and mean green up like really embodied that we legitimately could call us and not sign up for services you know by a fifteen dollar book read it and then call us email us and we'll give you everything we've we've put together over the years and so we're just legitimately out there to help people. I've actually never been on your podcast before day. But i've talked about this on others. It's where i had to start of. That failed and actually. I think we were having drinks at the summit and i told you the story. The startup failed one of the hardest most gut wrenching aspects and moments in my adult life. And and you find out like a it doesn't break you. You're not merely made a glass. Be you find out that like actually being a father and a good husband and all these things are far more important than the business end of it. And then you also find out like i was super ignorant at that point in my career and i was still able to make something happen with a good acquisition and have a profitable business so like now mid a point. Where more sophisticated. I'm not worried. I don't have the scarcity mindset is like god forbid it ever happens again. I'm smarter and better off now than i was before. I can retreat this again also so i no longer rarely worry about that more. Not worry about the impact in the intentionally. I have with my friends and family and just being present for them through this journey not like forgetting about them while i earned my stripes and how to make a name for myself so well said i mean this leadership mindset that you guys are talking about we think about it as a guy that knows the numbers the cfo. Somebody that takes time to make sure they're getting our lion marketing somebody that builds team and gets them aligned and make sure that they're all kind of rolling in the right direction but what you're referencing is that doesn't stop there. People watching us in our homes there people watching us in our communities. And if we don't answer that call as as a leader that role model or the lack thereof can really.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"Practice launchpad. And so tell me a little bit about the motivation behind. I know it's a ton of work even a compilation. Like you put together takes a lot of time a lot of work. A lot organization would drove you to put this out into the marketplace. I'll take this but initially it was mantar. Her had connected. And we're fast friends. And like you and me. Dave you know we hit it off right away and with each individually kinda ban on either your podcasts remarks and people started reaching out on espn or facebook and asking similar questions. And i said well. I'm like not about researching startup. i was in. I have all this information sitting here and it's kind of a waste sitting in a drawer on a file on the computer and it would be helpful to be able to refer a dentist. That didn't know where to start to. At least a resource and i know there's a lot of resources out there. There's it's booming. Like what what what can we trust. Who do we listen to. And what vendors we go with and things like that. So i said dovish lee. I put it together to save myself time so that people were just kind of dipping. Their toes into the idea of ownership could say. Hey is this really. Do i really have what it takes to take on this this project and then once you know they they check out the book and can look at all the info that goes into it then we can have kind of a baseline conversation about. Where do we go from here. That was a selfish act. But i mean it's a huge resource in super valuable for a lotta people. I think you know for sure. Yeah this all started pretty much in starbucks. So we're we're both out in colorado. My practices in northern khorasan not completely southern south denver. At least and we would just meet up. And we were both kinda showcase podcasts and we just be talking shop in helping each other. In terms of our practices growing and our systems and protocols other dentists will join and we just started putting this down on paper and we found out that as more people kept calling us about the same questions. It's like just these are the same pain points. Everybody has across the board. It was just easy for us or not really easy but it was just like you know logical for us at least to put it all into one place and that way we just started sending this out people even to this day mean we get calls from people up now colorado asking about you know how do things and now we can just cut and paste document. Send it over to women they. Hey once you digest this. Give us a call because everyone's a little different so we give them the things that are like big risks throughout business Throughout that aspect of dentistry and then they call us with the questions that are applicable to their practice and their style and then we help them digest knowledge. I totally honor.
"chris green" Discussed on Relentless Dentist
"Brush into the amazon world of authorship. Doctor dr dune and dr chris green. How are you fellas doing as we record this. Latter part of two thousand twenty interesting year for all of us. But i know you guys well enough to know that you're willing to do what other people aren't and that you figure out. Ways to engineer over the is a leadership challenge is team turmoil. The patient unrest all of these sorts of things. But give me a little bit of a brief on where you stand here and q four of two thousand twenty. You want to say this chris. Yeah you know q four in. Its we went through a rough patch in october. With a few team members at different times experienced covid. Luckily it was spaced out. But you know. I feel like getting through. That was kind of the hardest part the year for me. Maybe the hardest part. Since i opened the practice and i know that there could be some darker times ahead with these spikes this fall but i feel pretty pretty strong because we've been through a little bit of it and have been able to see where we've had some flaws in our protocols but anything happen so there's an unknown element in there still tar. Yes same thing. We had a little exposure at the practice early on in the year. Maybe around like july. The we're able to really dial in all our protocols stock. The health department really understand how to handle this so granted. I'm not. I'm concerned about what this is going to be coming into the winter here. But i'm not overly concerned with it. Because we've been through once before and the team kim together and we figured out we were made out living rallied around each other and then from a productivity standpoint. I mean honestly. I mean like a lot of dentists are year ever me and my partner. Dr riskier dan. We had our best week ever on the same week in both our careers in november. And so i mean it's just one of those things where is just making lemonade out of lemons. Or whatever the saying is most of so. What we're here to do is talk about your new book. The.
"chris green" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"It's It's one of those questions. There's no right answer. It has to serve your own personal style but I do find that you know if you identify whether or not you're kind of an integrator and and a really good manager and somebody that likes to build things and then maintain them and fine tune them and sharpen them and make them better. Over. The years you have to know that about your personality If you're a true visionary you, you are addicted to starting new things and get bored very quickly and wanted to hand over the maintenance and growth to somebody else But you know and and then there's people that are kind of a hybrid between both I think the most successful people. Are. The people that are little bit of both that can at least kind of. Envision. Something get it going be interested in the growth and a little bit in the management. Of that thing that you birthed the idea that you birthed But then have the freedom to be able to go out and start new ventures as well. That's how I stay completely fulfilled I know. Definitely yeah. But Anyway, guys, I just wanted to thank you guys so much for joining me today on today's podcast in the last couple minutes. Can you give people the contact information or the best way to get a hold of this brand new book that's about to be published Wendy guys suspect it'll be out. So we are submitting its AB Masan publishing in Two weeks is our deadline uploaded on most of it there's a couple of contributors at wanted to add a couple. Thanks So I don't really know from there I got my our executive assistant working on taking it home from their Senate will be up on Amazon and then let me see I think our websites just practice launchpad dot com but you can email me or to her email is aw sea isn't Chris as Michael Green like the color dmv at gmail.com. Very nice to hear you. then. We also have the the practice or is just practice launchpad at gmail.com, and my email is T. isn't Tom and then Dune D. H. O. O. N. T. Dune at gmail.com or yes in like find us on facebook I. Think said this before I'm like the only Dune in the whole world. So unlike super easy to find. So if you just google me or anything just shoot me a message on any platform I can get. Awesome well, guys congratulations on your first book. I'm sure it won't be your last congratulations on all of your success in your dental practices and I'm glad to know you. I'm honored to have you guys back on the podcast. Thank you man now. Thanks for all. You've done for our careers and Yeah. It's an honor to be here here. All Right Ladies and Gentlemen Dr Chris Green and Dr Two hair Dune and that wraps it up for another episode of the Dental podcast look.
"chris green" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"A lot of dinosaur seeking. On about yes. I agree I think that when you can cut down to clinical and you can do the clinical because you kind of want to. You can have so much fun and I'm I'm up there like you know cracking jokes with the patients I don't care if if they have like little subtle problem with anything because I'm like look I barely do any clinical. So the patients I picked a treat are the ones that actually like really enjoy being around and the one who Kinda have that attitude are a little bit toxic. It's like, Hey, look maybe this isn't the practice for units such A. Such a freeing experienced to actually be able to feel that way and then to be able to act that way So and then also the side noticed I still work a lot but I work from home and then I kinda managed the troops and I always appoint him in the right direction and make sure everyone's moving in the right direction because from that perspective I can be way more successful and have way more revenue it's someone is they're calling the shots and kind of looking. At things for a bird's eye view data on when I don't know if you guys noticed this. But when you when you have the ability to step back and look at things more objectively and you're not in the trenches, you have such a more clear insight on what needs to be done for the practice and you make just I feel as though I just made so many better decisions So many decisions not based on frustration and emotion, but you know objectively sound decision making With an arms from an arm's length away that you the I. It's nearly impossible to make those types of decisions and and create that kind of strategy for growth If you're in it every single day say say forty to fifty hours a week clinically. For sure and I think that like Tatars Point just because you're not doing clinical four days a week doesn't mean there's not a lot of work that goes into it behind the scenes and I this brings up just kind of side point. It's kind of funny when you have if you have somebody knew upfront answering phones, we'll Dr Green only is here you know he only works Monday through Wednesday, it's like Let's not give the patient the perception that like, yeah, this guy is living this Kush. I don't know it just kind of funny. There's always gotta be some good verbiage to explain when we do see patients I'm sure you've ran into that Mar. Oh, it's true to and and and even if we practice the verbiage they come up with their own their own narrative in their head right. So coming in and you know do a couple implants on somebody and they're like, Oh, I heard you're only working once a month now it's like well. Working six days sometimes seven days a week. I'm here at this particular practice may be one day a month but Yeah they make up this. They make up this kind of story in their head that like the rich Dr that that's just kind of the puppetmaster behind the scenes as is just on the beach while everybody else is working making the money. Right. I don't even golf I. Think we were talking about this like. It's not even like on Thursday Friday I'm out there spent six hours on the golf course or whatever. Yeah. Yeah for sure. Well, I'm really because you guys have a really cool project that I know you've been working on for some time. Now we we we started talking about this over a year ago and It's an exciting project and it's taken a lot of work and we are just now at the point the exciting part where you guys are you know you guys are. About to announce to the world and it's going to be released out on Amazon, and and all that good stuff. So why don't we let's start with? Start with you to hair Tell us about the overall. The overarching kind of theme of the project. And a little bit of background to what's happened here. Absolutely, so I mean I'll take it like way way back where you know I was on your podcast and then shortly after Christmas your podcast I'm in northern Colorado he's in southern Colorado and like I mean man how many people called from like all over the nation saying, hey you. Love to do what you guys are doing getting started my journey or dental school or wherever they were I mean some people are like ten years out calling for for advice and then so every time being Chris would meet up. He's like dude, are you getting these calls and be like Yep? Are you answering the same questions yep? So we're like, all right. Let's let's put some stuff together. So we First started just like a local mastermind group out here for restarted just helping local docks, answering questions, and then made him got the idea to just put this information into a book and we've had multiple iterations of this idea But the cool thing is is we heard the David Geoghegan's book on audio and he kinda interject with like a podcast in his audiobook. which was a super cool idea trying to think of like a unique way to put a spin on a book where we don't have to reprint different versions as the economy changes or there's technological changes or legislative changes or wherever the case may be. So what we're doing and I'll let Chris dive into the chapters contributors and and kind of like the content on that earned. But what we're doing is we're putting a Qr code in every chapter. Every contributor to the book was was informed like, Hey, gives us the things that are kind of like ubiquitous throughout the business dentistry. The things that we don't feel would change too quickly, and then with the Qr, code were creating a landing page in a website for each individual contributor so if There's something that changes with technology or the economy granted covert and the economy, and there's so much changing right now. So if any of that changes will go on and we'll send you know update the website release a podcast, put video content something that's specifically addressing that topic that's changed, and then we'll find a way to mass contact everyone and and let them know that's something in the book as updated, and so then we have this kind of like a document for start ups and acquisitions. Awesome. I don't think there's anything that exists out there as far as like one book that top that tackles kind of both of those topics You guys have both done startups. And plant to do know build multiple practice. I guess groups is that true or am I assuming incorrectly? no-no. I did acquisition. So that's all. That's right. That's right. Chris I was doing a startup and it crashing burned, and so I have a lot of knowledge to share on that on that you know in that form and on that topic as I've learned a lot of what not to do on that end and Chris completely just crushed it on his start up and then you know might fail start allowed me to pivot into this phenomenal acquisition. So that's why we have like the best of both worlds because we done Oak Avenue is. Very nice. Okay. Yeah I mean we've got her chained. Helping or doing practices with other dachshund. We've been entertaining some ideas with that but right now it's kind of. In its infancy. For sure. Okay. Can you take us through the structure of the book? How it? How it's laid out and some of the contributors Chris. Yeah. So tired at a great job describing it we went to. In in different areas and I'll just read off kind of chapters and the expert contributors in the field. A lot of names everybody'll. So the forward on Dr David Maloney the relentless dentist chapter one demographics we had Kent Murphy on Stephen Strecker from tower really and his partner Adam. financing banking local be away. Rep Nolan who's awesome and a guy who has since moved out of the field Dave Dyer gave us a good extra attention here. practice acquisitions we got Jake Conway the one and only Murray chatterly who a lot of people know not a local Guy Tyler Weston For Peace negotiations. I basically, just shared my notes I had took ad. NAUSEAM. On notes on how to handle at least it's for startups at dentists everything It's not expert advice but it's a great show list to go through and then you could hook up with a guy like Steven from tower realty and he can. He can help stop the is across the tees. Anyway next was a accounting CPA bookkeeping we have Jonathan. Van Horn. Scott Haberman and Tim Lot. Construction I basically share a lot of my experience with the construction I. Don't see a real overarching expert, but I have a really close friend that owns a of medical construction company into Chicago area's needs Greg Par. He helped on constructing that chapter as well as designer gimmicks We all know them. Start up an acquisition it I shared my exact. For how I? Save probably twenty thousand dollars from the budget that was first proposed on it maybe more from certain certain groups. So I side laid out I mean I'm no it expert with Thursday there's ways the price shop and save money for sure. insurance and PPO negotiations route Ben, tune. Veritas on human resources we have Paul Edwards and then. Also HR for help Allie.
"chris green" Discussed on Home Improvement with John and Dave
"To do all the prep before they come in. Yeah Yeah Oh okay forethought out for so I want us to the that'd be able get carpet up and and through the three us an hour so so the they may be going to do but we're not that I'm not sure it was. Okay appreciate I talk to their. We forgot to say Memorial Day weekend. Oh yeah it is hard to believe. That was fast fast. It is it is. Hey Oh is that a house yesterday. in in in this is just kind of a public service message and of course our sponsors dry pro. But I'm telling you man we had. We had seven inches of rain in the general area of Charlotte in The House yesterday that the air conditioners weren't working in the customer called me and said I need you to come over and pump out the crawlspace or get somebody to do it for me But you know where the units were sitting kind of down in a hole Of course everything was covered with water so the condensation pumps You know and of course that activated the floats which is in China here so everything was shut down but you know it's the same old thing we talk about gorgeous home Nice neighborhood you know man landscape to the T- Everything's beautiful except that they piled all the dirt up against the House. The crawlspaces below the grade Not One single down spout was extended out beyond the house and You know there has positive drainage but when you get that kind of rain it's not a it's it's not enough You know it it. It could have been it. Could've been better drainage but just probably Bringing the downspouts with a black piece of corrugated pipe out to the end of the flower beds probably would have prevented all of it. Believe it or not. Yeah so If you're UNA crawlspace in You have it. You should probably take a look in there this week and Make sure This weekend and make sure that there's There's no standing water and if there is you need to get dried out so you need to run fans dehumidifier. It's deep you need to get a little in And take care of that because it it'll it'll create a mess in a short you'll have a science project underneath there about About a week and a half two weeks stuff growing. Maybe Yup all right. Let's talk to Dennis Dennis. Good Morning. I'm with John and Dave. How are you this morning? Great actually high and dry my basement. Great driver Oh good deal yeah I had A basement over here. Norwood On Lake Hillary and fifteen years. I had a Chris Green Protected Lawrence I got covered up got flooded had a.
"chris green" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Right the that's Chris green quartet you can you can don't you can download all the elves are you listen to all all the all the albums yeah I think you guys run into a great deal of if you purchase all the items lose like twenty percent yep yep and so you can get a leg up some some really weird low discount so yeah yeah I know it's it and which is a which is a great deal yeah because you've got an incredible catalog in India I just wanted to make a quick note because I I I did mention the Chris green tree before but it should be the Chris green quartet up on the up on the banner there so people people can can find you easily yes what was the name of that song there were actually really enough of the future emperor of Evans that's what kind of like like a Bruce Springsteen the boss of French snatches the chairman of the board everybody has their own little self whatever moniker I have decided on the future you know I like to yeah I like that she would we we should start referring to you as the emperor now that's you know I've I won't stop not that men do how does a band feel about the market we feel about that I live in yeah the state is they they get the benefits of my delusion version of granted they get they get the report read the benefit and and defense song is any indication and then we we reap the benefits as well I I could I could talk about Janice all afternoon I think people want to hear you play though but one of the things that I want to ask you first or get your get your thoughts on it seems like Jan as is is making a a spectacular comeback are in Chicago now it seems I'm I'm hearing jazz and seeing them sing great artists emerging and playing and getting the recognition like the Chris green quartet as as never before or at least for a very very long time it is my impression arm would you would you guys like the issue about that I mean I'm not sure if they ever left that's a good way yeah yeah but I I mean I didn't grow up here but that seems like it's you know it exemplos I think over over history in overtime but no there's lots of of practitioners in my generation that are playing this music in Ralph that about it and there's a whole nother generation of students that I teach in that I know we all teach that are all coming of doing this music too yeah yeah but I think it's gone anywhere I do think you're right people figured out that also is a place please make a bit of a living I'm playing and teaching music and and I even recall like we were first starting out you know ms twenty lose it nineteen ninety six or whatever we have a first level first you know it it seemed like they were less musicians here seems like there's a ton of musicians here yes I think people figured out the like is it the thing was let's go to New York let's go to New York it's in here then people could make a living right we figured out you could come here you can actually make a living because the cost of living is much lower alright yes I do feel like there's more people of our generation that have found Chicago is a home base yeah yeah and there's several there's several scenes here I mean this is a jazz scene there's Regis seen swingers seeing this in our be seeing in their people to dabble in like R. and B. in gospel you know there's there's our job you know driving like society band stuff if you wanna make a living doing that you know and then there's a guy like me they just kind of like it hops around it depends on what everybody but you know but yeah and I think also to there also seems to be at least we're we're there are also there are some great players in this town but I think when there aren't as many steady bands I think and I think that helps us there to the scene of an upsurge of well not more bands like collectors are are kind of poking has will work with city personnel I think we're we've been together for about fifteen years now so yeah and I think I think people starts people started to see the fruits of of that grinding labor come out I think axle axles I guess I'm doing a song for you so far well the Lucien this is certainly Damien wrote this one's called solution it's on our two thousand fourteen album of music appreciation and usually easy cheese Damien when we used to sing there no near normal song what I was saying you know solution thank yeah every long ago are and why you didn't get it all pulled together care how you doing up there hang in there and tastic excellent excellent house music sound it sounds wonderful actually I have a question that song that you guys just played is there a name for that style of jazz because that's the kind of jazz I love and what is their name for that style which is this a good was what we just did it yeah she's a good yeah that's a good question I don't know I mean what's what's what's missing is the drummer kind of adding a Y. twelve eight six the west African sort of pattern is kind of what I had in mind when I wrote when I put this all together so that was hard to categorize America's kind of hard to categorize all our stuff with you Afro Cuban I guess maybe a little concert after Cuban with yeah I don't know how to say hi yeah Chris ranges but it but yeah which which is you know make taken from everything to you know make it make what I do better but yeah what's missing is Steve is progressive thing going on so now are you listening playtime a builder canned one of the take it away amber if Lucien what so what you can look I don't the for the day science begins to study non physical phenomenon it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous entries of its existence Nicholas Tesla energy healing is starting to be recognized and utilized by hospitals all over the country in conjunction with western medicine and energy healing can.
"chris green" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Stack it out to Richard to three today with a double double twenty three rebounds well no one eighty five Orlando eleven point on the finish with Chris green on the fan one a one eighty nine the finalists were down big got a big run got back to even and then drop dead late and lose their six than our other sixteen in nineteen on the season mark helpful to twenty five Kenny Atkinson says too much he was good in like how much you got to the ram the three is will live with you know all the rim attempts I was I was too much I thought there was too much so much so that Evan Roberts did a podcast afterwards the Brooklyn nets sock addition of the Evan Roberts podcast he was not a house there is Johnson I he's jumping ship now no jumping ship out like it no last night was a bad night so he just renamed it for one night the Brooklyn nets sock addition of the Evan Roberts podcasts and sometimes when you do these things it is live podcast to tape things happen yes I probably just pass gas right now so if you're thinking about it yeah I I think they did I'm angry and I'm just letting it all go away what what what is wrong why would you say that when you say do we've I mean you're not kidding only there have been more awkward yes I did just pass gas right now so take that narrative which gets all smelled through the all right all right all right your mind I was looking at the the amount of money the Brooklyn nets are paying Kevin Durant again with this so they're paying him my old how much are they paying you have been around for a hundred million dollars on the sure way was this cap figure this year thirty five million now higher Bob forty million thirty eight point one million fine he's eating up thirty percent of the cap during the playoffs carrier brings making thirty one point seven million right he's eating up twenty five point seven most seven of the cap great that's you know that's this is for a twenty fifth twenty one percent of the king of the nets have foresight unlike something your organization has I'm twenty years was seventy million to two guys warm for next year but for the he was supposed to be here this year he was supposed to be here for the play was was the exciting for them they're gonna make improvements from last year I thought that their ceiling I even scented their ceiling was in Eastern Conference finals appearance out best that they could have done so far disappointing right it has been around so listen I understand they were building for Durant to come back that was the ultimate goal but this year with Carrie missing this much time and there's so much like mystery around it this is not good and you surprised me why Mister I love Kenny Atkinson Sean marks doing it the right way John marks of once you lock those guys for all the way let's go to at the watch I'm Anthony what's happening a former yeah let's go a little to me Hey yeah well you can't be we are secular law the amount of hot women ballgame why could you not even on the football game what you say about how I mean it does now nice what we thought about you learn what women there you guys ever played yeah hi minus force their mothers we tried to get in there with their kids so once you don't look candy while you're sitting there you're talking about the audience not like the person who's the little mermaid or whatever that is from frozen we not only not a little more yeah okay wow that's that's you know I hadn't thought about that but then but you usually if you're there with your family it's a weird thing to be like scoping out the other mom yeah we are going to be a real you know I don't see it that his wife right now is like you back that's what you were looking at a Disney on ice I thought you were really here to Sebastian the lobster doing under the seat but now cancel on the next All I just got a call ref might have been you know a lot of times players just gonna jump up on you never heard of them you don't know what they're doing I present to you this guy I know you play daily fantasy maybe you know of him I've never heard of a Honda.
"chris green" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Francaise and it didn't get the attention it deserved so i'm gonna go for sweet francaise just to be contrary tv movie of the week so bad it's bad stinky stinkers of the week sifted away from the bin juice we have oboe knows just in capital letters oh boy oh boy after us unusual spy kids all the time in the world what to expect when you're expecting a nappy full of pu that's comment not a a new new movie movie jaws the revenge roland hemorrhoids twenty twelve just plain bad it's like an accountant wrote the plot and of course keith lemon the movie chris green says a great choice of outer garbage however jaws the revenge is the most disappointing stewart baker i predict we'll tell that michael caine script story again shut germany tell us all right now shad sheriff benei it has to be after for taking self so seriously ian lambert says i'm sure the keith lemon thing is the most objectionable thing on the list but i'm making that judgment without having seen it because why would i it looks awful so i'm going to nominate spy kids all the time in the world the first year than was surprisingly good fun but all the talent from rodriguez down of taking their eyes off the bulb this point people might need to be warned about this trip enroll statistical terms it's the death by falling off a chair to the sharks on offer elsewhere charles mathews brennan a bad sex.
"chris green" Discussed on About Last Night
"Saint nick uh doria that call you chris komai crude goal you okay chris green gorris kringle is that a religious thing a you are you mad over the years at people like branded you a christian are you okay with that well let's just joe brought into the religious should look at show and i call your joe so how did you know my name does joseph i didn't even ugo a good even santa uses gogo serta created google whoa that's a fair that's all i fear power weird you get the name i knew create the bumkun though the bumkun yes really i'm sorry i don't know what to bump kid moving on it's a filthy term joseph remember when santa laugh just goes ho ho beware no it's been a busy year on lots of kids lots of lots of odd gifts this year really every year identified myself in a situation where i go i haven't heard of that toy before but you know that you wait a minute or your foreign and situation when you hear that the the joy i find is the railways hearing the i'm attorney four years old so i had said yes i've stepped out of the wave italy i really only go in the last few days of prison droppings present droppings saying very nice langford dropping the toys down the chimney oh present droppings i'll consider me the old school matt lauer o how old school matlock shore sure i was given out toys with notes first wait a minute this is a family poncho joseph based in every year right i get probably fifty.
"chris green" Discussed on The Daily
"We'll be right back the daily is supported by upside the best new way for you to buy travel save a ton of money and receive a gift card with every trip booked upside bundles your flight and hotel together for one low price if your frequent business traveler your company saves lots of money and you could receive thousands a year in gift cards just for buying your air and hotel together at upside dot com use the code daily and you're guaranteed at least a one hundred dollar amazon gift card for your first trip minimum purchase required see site for complete details released upon her one or two or creator of prayer and and that's sad to fare you know yesterday chris green a police officer in east liverpool ohio described how a powerful new opioid sentinel had ravaged his town where people getting thin we are seen it from higher drug kingpin and most of our stuff has been shipped in from cleveland and columbus cleveland his two hours north of our climate about three to three and a half hours west of us if you were to ask me too bad and i would probably bet my salary that fat and all came from china i mean it's that preval well so i'm joseph pin you're on the chief of the organized crime drug enforcement task force at the united states attorney's office in cleveland ohio we're working hard with all of our law enforcement counterparts uh fbi da hsi custom border patrol a believe it or not the united states post office has police in we're working almost every day handinhand with them to identify the chemical companies in china to try to get the supply on that and shut off because that's what's really most important if you can shut down one of those companies any really made a dent there's a pretty.