14 Burst results for "Christine Times"
"christine times" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"Alright y'all you but there have been multiple times in my life where i have felt like. I lost myself whether it was because of a difficult season or through all my roles and responsibilities and commitments at the end of the day. I would look up and just wonder. I don't even know who i am anymore. If you've ever felt like that. I hear you in fact. That's the very reason i wrote my new devotional living true. Forty days to get back to you through this forty day journey. I wanna help you reset and refocus on scripture and what god says about you. This is going to help you get back to you and get back to who he created you to be. You can get your copy of living true forty days to get back to you at christy wright dot com are. Y'all i'm so excited. Because i get to sit down. Virtually at least with one of my very good friends. Jennifer jennifer is a business owner business coach. She has a best selling book. Fear is not the boss of you and she's just a really awesome person jennifer. Thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me would not miss it. I'm super excited. This is not your first time on the show you and our our great friends. You've spoken at business boutique. We have just been kindred spirits for years. So i'm so excited to get to have you back on because we were talking about something that i always look to you for and that his wisdom about window hustle and went to slow down. And gosh. sometimes it's hard to know the difference but before we dive into that for anyone. That may be watching. you're listening. that doesn't know who you are. Tell us a little bit about your business. Not your book fears not the boss of you and all the things you love to work on. Yes thank you. I'm honored that you would think of me on that topic so yes i live in. Kansas city missouri. We have four children. You and i are similar. We got two boys and a girl and then we were sending one off to college and we ended up adopting a little girl two years ago. So now we're back. The homework folders christine time. I've been in entrepreneurs. The two thousand. I started a decorative painting company in kansas city. It was fabulous. We got to do extreme home makeover with like abc and ty pennington three times. It was a lovely business until about four or five years ago. When i realized i kept my income at a certain amount locally and kind of couldn't get past that and had some weird feelings about is it okay to actually want more than that. I actually think it is. Because if i make more give more if i make market impact more..
"christine times" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A lot, huh? We will get to stew. God's his weekend observations in a second, We'll get to Christine Lacey in a second, but first I just need to announce road legal Blankinship. I'm coming for you. Not at all. I'm coming for you. I'm gonna knock the glasses right off your face. Blankinship. I will tackle you with men. It's also dominate. Tony says that you've insulted him by choosing Chris. Aziz your tackler for the show because Tony says that he will crush a slot receiver across the middle Azat hybrid linebacker safety type of player. Wants less exploited a little further. So, Tony, how many places have you had at this hybrid safety linebacker position in your career, Your illustrious football career. Three. Alright, I'm sticking with first cash. Let's go to the Kazoos and Christine Lacey. And finally, Pizza Hut delivered a pizza to the international space station in 2001. It took days and cost $1 million for the six inch pie to reach its destination. Speaking of people willing to go to great lengths for pizza, Dan Back to you, Art. Well, I would not picking a needed to tackle whoever you're supposed to text, didn't you? Yes. Thank you, Christine time now for stew. God's his weekend observation. Start for his two guys to share his can notes..
"christine times" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"Lot of opinions about that and the timing of it whether it should have been done and whether. It should be. You know. Put Out in the public like Alan whilst did too which I know you talked about this last week but Alan Walsh, his job is to serve Marc Andre Fleury as best can his job is not to do what the best thing is for the Golden Knights and I understand that that's frustrating for fans but that's the reality. But I think you can look at the situation say kind of no-one's totally in the wrong here a Golden Knights General Manager, Kelly? Kremlin and of course President Hockey Operations George mcphee we're not wrong when they looked at their goaltending situation of the trade deadline say we be better here not just because Marc Andre Florio's Novenas best season but because especially Malcolm sue ban was not getting done as a backup in the last two years to Ben had really struggled to Kinda lead the knights victories so made perfect sense to they said we got a patch up this kind of weak spot on our team especially when the rest of the roster is so good. It makes sense for to then come in and say, Hey, like it's my job to get this team to a Stanley Cup, I have to play the guys that I think give us the best chance to win each game and you know in my estimation that's robin letter. He's right for thinking that way like I said, there's logic to that in certainly his job is not to play the guys. That the fans want the most his job is deployed. A guy that he thinks is GonNa win the most in of course I. Think you can also say Marc Andre Fleury is not wrong for potentially feeling hurt you know in all of this when Christian announced the Leonard Trade at the deadline he said we didn't feel that we had enough behind Marc Andre Fleury if anything were to happen to him. To Win The Stanley Cup. So the initial public comments were certainly we've you this as strengthening our goaltending deb not necessarily bringing in a guy to compete with Marc Andre Fleury, and so maybe there was a miscommunication there that Led to flurries feelings getting hurt when all the sudden he's writing the bench more often than not in the postseason and Leonard has taken over as the guy and I would imagine for Marc Andre. Fleury. If not only you are kind of losing your number one job and not playing the postseason but you're also doing it in a bubble away from your family. That's GonNa make things even tougher. So I think would. Be a tricky to me about the situation as you can empathize with all parties in the I'm guessing a lot of fans actually don't want to empathize with the Alan Walsh side of this, which is a force blowing all of this stuff up publicly and making grand show of it on twitter Saturday. Yeah. I. Think. The hard thing for me is is that we don't know what was said. Behind closed doors, we don't know what flurries I guess conversations with Pizza bore with Kelly macrame George mcphee going back to February when he was a choir we we don't know what he was told and we don't know what he was told entering this training camp two point. Oh and in all this wasn't an open competition. Did he not feel like he had a fair shake? Did He? Feel like he was promised one thing and and pizza didn't live up to it or. That's the hard part because I. Think we're we're sort of guessing that. Because I. also look at, you know go back to February in what did a lot of talk about and write about. Was Leonard is really good and they may need to explore the option of him, being the parents keeping both and all these sorts of things I think everybody right from the get go right from the February trade deadline Winnie was acquired. The narrative was he's really good. And and I don't think it's anything more than that for pizza right now they're trying to win a Stanley Cup and he feels like he's the better goal tender and that's the guy that he's hitched is wagon to so. You know I mean not to like I guess spoil the next question. You know what we think's going to happen and all that for game three but. I don't think you go away from him meaning Robin Lehner because you're one one in the series and the team didn't play very well in front of him and you lost five two with an empty netter like why panic and more than that is if you're pete the bore, why would you invite the outside noise in at this point by putting Florian the net because the moments that you do that? All the outside noise becomes relevant and all the outside noise now enters the bubble and I just don't think if your pizza bore you do that I think back to. That series against the knights last year in how badly Martin Jones struggled in games and everybody's seem to say all you got to go there and del gotta go there and no you can't play Martin Johnson what had pizza Damore he rode Martin Jones all the way to the end Martin Jones stole game and then. I guess held them in a long enough for them to win game seven. Also. I don't expect. Pizza. Board to Go Away Rob Leonard this point just because Alan Walsh is angry in tweeted and just because some fans you know maybe think that flurry didn't get a fair shake I just don't see. that. That's the worst perspective on this. He's got a guy. That's who the starter is an ego with in back to back unless Robin Leonard needs a break unless knock on wood he gets hurt. Or. Unless he just really really really struggles and year down three one in a series of you need something. I think Robin Leonard Christine's time. Yeah. Just two quick off of that. I. Think despite the fact that, of course. Let in four goals yesterday the nights lost five to one of them was an empty netter Ireland. There was anything that I saw yesterday two-state that Robin Leonard Quote Unquote struggled May I. saw some fans on twitter shooting. Oh, he looks tired or Yada Yada. Yada to me that's just trying to come up with convenient excuses to put the flurry back. A minute letter was fine yesterday lender. You know if you could say was not good but I would argue the main culprit was the fact that he had shots coming in from about two feet in front of him when we talked about the pederson goal where he's literally one on one with Leonard, next can't let that happen when it's five on five. One of the other goals, Leonard gave up was basically a two on. Oh, right in front of his crease, because all the night got sucked up kind of to the faceoff dots and there was no one below checking two different main hoover players and the first goal which we already mentioned to where Patterson creates a chance by getting around chase eater. On the outside I mean Tyler Toffoli is wide open at the back post, and that's because Martinez Kinda has to all the sudden play a both Catterson, and to foliage like a two on one because Patterson has gotten around Theodore..
"christine times" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"We? The people means all the people, even those with whom we might not agree, even those we might not expect to see at the Democratic convention. But Joe Biden is a guy who has earned the respect he commands across the world and across the aisle. The stakes in this election call for that kind of leadership. We have to think about more than one party. We have to think about the very core of our democracy. And that's why you're about to hear from some unexpected voices. I'm Governor Christine Time women. What am I doing here? I molest one Republican. My parents were introduced the Republican National Convention by their parents. That's how far back it goes. This isn't about Republican or Democrat. It's about a person. A person, decent single enough strong enough to get our economy back on track a person to work with everyone. Democrats and Republicans to get things done. Isn't that person. Joe Biden is I'm Meg Whitman on a long time Republican and a longtime CEO, and let me tell you, Donald Trump has no clue how to run a business, let alone an economy. Joe Biden, on the other hand, has a plan that will strengthen our economy for working people and small business owners. For me, the choice is simple on with Joe. Hi. I'm Susan Mullen ery I'm a former Republican member of Congress from New York City. And I've known Donald Trump for most of my political career, so disappointing and lately so disturbing. No. I've also gotten to know one work with Joe Biden on issues related to women. They're so important to all of US Women in business violence against women. That's why I'm so proud to call him my friend and honored to join and supporting his candidacy for president. She's a really good man, and he's exactly what this nation needs at this time. Now I'm delighted and honored to introduce the former colleague of mine. Former congressman from Ohio before were governor of Ohio. John Kasich. America is at a crossroads. Sometimes elections represent a real choice. A choice we make is individuals and as a nation. About which path we want to take. When we've come to challenging times. America is at that crossroads today. The stakes in this election are greater than any in modern times. Many of us have been deeply concerned about the current path we've been following for the past four years. It's a path it's lead, the division, dysfunction, irresponsibility and growing vitriol between our citizens. Continuing to follow that path will have terrible consequences for America's soul. Because we're being taken down the wrong road by a president who has pitted one against the other. He's unlike all of our best leaders before him, who work to unite us to bridge our differences. And lead us to a United America. I'm a lifelong Republican. But that attachment holds second place to my responsibility to my country. That's why I've chosen to appear in this convention. In normal times, something like this would probably never happen, but these are not normal times. I'm proud of my Republican heritage, the party of Lincoln, who reflected its founding principles of unity. And a higher purpose. But what I have witnessed these past four years belies those principles. Many of us can imagine four more years going down this path, and that's why I'm asking you to join with me and choosing a better way forward. I believe the best of America lies ahead, but only when we rediscovered our shared belief in the United States of America for our Children's future, which could be bright. Hopeful and inspired If we choose to make it so I've known Joe Biden for 30 years. I know his story of profound grief that is so deeply affected his character. I know Joe is a good man, A man of faith, a unifier, someone who understands the hopes and dreams of the common man in the comment. Woman. A man who can help us to see the humanity in each other. She knows that the path to a restored and rejuvenated America lies in respect and unity and a common purpose for everyone. Yes, They're areas where Joe and I absolutely disagree, but that's okay. Cause that's America because whatever our differences we respect one. Another is human beings. Each of us searching for justice and for purpose. We can all see it was going on in our country today and all the questions that are facing us, and no one person or party has all the answers. But what we do know is that we can do better than what we've been seeing today. For sure, And I know that Joe Biden with his experience and his wisdom and his decency. Can bring us together. Help us find that better way. I'm sure they're Republicans and independents who couldn't imagine crossing over to support a Democrat. They fear Joe may turn sharp left and leave them behind. I don't believe that because I know the measure of the man. It's reasonable faithful. Respectful and you know, no one pushes Joe around. Joe Biden is a man for our times times that call for all of us to take off our partisan hats and put our nation first for ourselves and of course for our Children. In America chooses the right path and pulls together like we've done so many times before. No, we couldn't dream big dreams and we can see the top of the mountain as a united States of America with a soul that is a beacon of freedom to the entire world..
"christine times" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"christine times" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This is the result of a complete abdication of national leadership from the one guy I'm the only guy at the top who could provide and and when they were in discussions over trump calming the nation and controlling the nation you know what we just discovered yesterday he said to his advisors they're not my voters yeah of course that is the so called president of the United States the nation is on fire the nation is disease and what does he say all the not my voters how can this man and how can this continue how anybody because I'm gonna vote for four more years of this they are idiots final point cruise only see how bright you are would you go to would you would you go to a a we call it a trump rally and have to sign a release illegal release that if you get sick and possibly die you can sue him of the R. N. C. is this a trick questions all but everyone multiple choice really if you're going to do that I know the moral and how you know how anyone can call me up and complained that I'd call trump supporters morons just because it just proves my point and what people don't understand workers but with this virus people keep thinking St Louis it's not the flu it's Christine times more virulent into it passes on and what happens is somebody goes in to the Israelis Gholson road no mass probably like trump they're going to have to emerge one person two people three people catcher I gotta go home they're going to go to their families they're going to pass along to other people older then pass it on to others I mean they accidentally included is terrible this is insane and someone needs to stop him Hey I got another buddy we'll talk nicely but I got a full board got a move seven oh two two five seven KD W. and is a member let's talk to deplorable Gary you're next thanks for calling very welcome how are you I'm gonna miss you four I I I stay anything's gonna miss me what am I going somewhere or are you no you're going back to Canada with marijuana Bonnie no no don't marijuana Bonnie like the old saying goes how can I miss you when you won't leave Canada won't have me in the cold anyway at least they do speak English I would go to China baseball game which I don't care what right wing are host that says that there are any call Jerry I hate to tell you this but a lot of people in China do speak English yeah oh yes I know I know so well and and and I have nothing against him except that screwed up with the a virus stuff outlook and I will talk about you getting all messed up sorry what we don't have much time I do want explain something a couple of things and I'll give you a heads up because I'm already talking to the secret service and all the people you think I only talk to you in the news all in all hell no I talk to everybody nothing's off and you need to know about it but I want to let everybody know I would take this on the route from on your own all these years you were talking about Donald Trump as a draft Dodger his father told him don't go in the military the what the generals are idiots we can we can win this war in five months did you want to continue it for the money fake and that you're too smart to do better things in life for you son don't go in the military otherwise he would have he's my second husband and it comes to the grapevine never so you're saying that Donald Trump would have joined the military had his father not told him not to bother you on I don't know what your sources for this but I can tell you this they are less credible source then only in one American news that is not his father had his father had a doctor right a phony letters saying his son had bone spurs you think trump wanted to serve let's move on move on baby let's move on I'm all black wives as like four times but the money and they can take over your show if you don't get a heads up on John Jay Leno's you're going to have a conference with him on Monday you are in jeopardy we're gonna take over your show because everybody in the whole world doctors this country are joining in with the Honda money is only be of all the shows that black lives matter would want to take over on the station you think I'd be their primary target one of the people use on their side your white privilege guy Gerry which is a real privilege to you see I took up two parking spaces today with my roles Denise yeah I don't want anybody to diagnose roles doors I'm white privilege two five seven K. 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W. and is a call number seven oh two two five seven five three nine six mark your next thanks for calling Hey Doug ma'am I was just another one of my white privilege friends absolutely black lives matter coming for us yeah I was thinking of taking on the show like gaps may be on the line according to Gary get line yeah well that's a that's a quite a line man I guess the reason I'm calling is it earlier in all this discussion about antifa yeah there's something missing from that the Houston Chronicle had a nice piece discussing how there are and there are no credible reports of and keep the people being arrested for anything in the last few weeks yeah yeah but it's all been hold on a minute weren't there three and Q. four people arrested here oh wait that's wrong they were right when we book a little boy yeah so as I said earlier NPR studied all the arresting documents of everybody who's ahead who's been federally charged in these protests not one of them are like Dante from no course not not so it is basically it's it's very the paranoid mentality on the right surfacing again it's a buzz phrase designed to do one thing bush people say button so they focus on that one shiny object into your everything else around for them everything that is done I would I save it everything that isn't quite the color of what comes out of the other end of charm is shining to well that was a rather quick way of putting it well you know I'm trying to be nice if it you know so that we are going to take over my show you can at least be nice to be on the phone call yeah I hope you can do thank you I I don't know this but this is Diane last name redacted to protect as stupid as he ever culture show I don't know you're talking about the gal on Twitter oh gosh I don't know I don't know that she's ever call I don't know where she is well she doesn't know where she is okay Hey mark I'm alone but because I'm I'm way back up here I got a million people on hold while not maybe not that many let's go over here and talk to you first time caller hello a truck driver from Reno how your next there you go yes Sir they are not not forever in our memory at all directors okay and I don't want to get into the political aspect of it goes you're not around different side but I'm not a moron of a very well educated man but well I want knows what are your thoughts on all of the people at the protest saying they got arrested and lay it out in the street and then the DA wouldn't press charges on it I don't know about but in nineteen fifty one a violation eighteen years the interference with interstate commerce is an instance in which a person can delay obstruct or otherwise affect commerce so all of people land out on the freeway it stopping drugs and attacking drugs children put in jail well that's fine hell I don't necessarily disagree with you but what does confound me is that the fact that Donald Trump is basically covering up a deadly pandemic and providing no leadership at the worst possible example I'm amazed that that doesn't seem to be first and foremost in your mind the people laying down on the road as well because I'm a truck driver and turn my livelihood tell you what so is Donald Trump it's a lot bigger than people laying down on the road like as in depth I understand that and you know it's like there's no there's no crosswalks on the freeway so they're all star breeze right now I lost my business because all of a sudden the freight rate dropped and there's no no we're gonna miss last night all these riots so you know I'm I'm driving for somebody else right now I agree with you on some of your points but if you look at things we'll save this virus was invented by China it doesn't matter it doesn't matter who invented what matters is how we responded to it and trump didn't add hello to couldn't get troubled office we're are trying to have them up I have a question for you yesterday Tulsa Oklahoma recorded its highest day ever of new cases yesterday whirlpool closed down the factory.
"christine times" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A bipartisan effort to fix this and they are capable I'm having a bipartisan effort in this case governor Cuomo and president Donald Trump especially since they've been family friends for years all I said I mean I feel like I would I came up with the solution but it's the to check a box waiver box well they should listen to me what it is it's going to become a bipartisan thing if it happens the way it happened remember over the nine eleven victims compensation first it was Regis and yes yes and yes to pull my Limburg was that you know basically saying you have a lot of con artists that are gotten in here so they will they will obviously problems all kinds of speed bumps in the road to re nourishing that nine eleven victims compensation from but I was also moved out Democrats and Republicans saying call my passed through the house passed through the Senate president did the right thing signed problem is is that they claim it's a locked box we remember from mystery they said so security would be a locked box and how many times have they repeated that formed which eventually is going to run out of money sooner rather than later you cannot trust the government either the Democrats or Republicans to keep their word that's why if you was someone you know was impacted by the fallout of the attack in nine eleven in the toxins that were in the year that you were breathing the Christine time with lets the failed governor of New Jersey EPA chief this for bush forty three said no problems breathing she lied people continue to die continue to get ill hi Roy respiratory conditions cancer conditions even to the point where people worked in the area went to school in the area lived in the every thought stay there everything's okay well guess what that's what the nine eleven victims compensation is for to Natchez first respond this but you need someone who's like a divining rod who can take you through the many hoops you have to jump I'm recommending attorney no cause us because he did it for thousands of families what.
"christine times" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"How do you think that is the skill level warmness. Let me just tell you first. I bought skill the personality christine's maze every time she's on the phone with me. The first thing i get is real. I get the feeling that that person actually really likes to talk to me. Which you know that is awesome right when you walk in the first thing is hey boss how're you doing. It's great to see you how you doing and you have a real nice. You're only as good as your team and i tell you. Christine isn't really like an employee. She's like part of the team and it started pardon from day one and it has never changed. There hasn't been that now that i got a job. I'm slacking off <hes> she has been fabulous in her skill set and her commitment commitment to the team has been ridiculous. It's been great. I really wanted to know like you know from the horse's mouth that opinion because i give that opinion to people but of course i could would be doubted all things at this. Here's a deal on. She appreciates her position. <hes> right he appreciates very much retrieve her like we would treat any other person that worked with our family and it's huge to be treated great paid well and to be you know when there is a holiday for example even though they don't get in the philippines. I don't have the same holiday but i'm like take the day off. Go out with your family. Go out with your friends you you know they. I know that we i'm telling you here. It's it's. I think they think it's a right to have a job over there. Does your privileges. It's just <unk>. Psychology is very different and it doesn't show up as a compromise in the interface between the is saying and my clients everybody every single. I have not had a complaint. You know that tens of thousands of phone calls. I haven't had a single person. Call me because it would absolutely call me and say a few in the world. Is this calling and harassing not a single time these fines right <hes> i do try to get that that cultural warmth that comes across from our people people. I see it every day and it. It always amazes me like it kind of. You've just recounted right there. In fact i forgot you early on few weeks on the job you had sent her whole family out to dinner. <hes> i remember that thought you gotta treat people the way want to be treated and treat them as your equal. Oh and give them the tools they need in order to succeed and then you hold them accountable because if they're not held accountable internet ear not very smart so you've gotta hold them accountable and she's made meter goals. She meets her goals. Sometimes i dropped the ball a long list. It's this is in northern virginia radiant circa right outside of d._c. Days on the marketer legs zero right site. Oh my god it's so compressive and people people are offering one percent listings and i'm like in. It's it's crazy because in all fairness. They hurt themselves because they don't. There's not enough money there to justify. I kind of marketing that we do because we do awful lot marketing so we maximize what the net in the end the market is defeating itself south to some degree but we're now seeing ship so we'll we'll adjust what we need to adjust that comes up and i wanna touch on that before we end the women are <hes> some of the future future visions and implementations that we have planned for you. We're just on the cusp of those right now but so i'll let you go through the rest of your <hes> kind of experience experience and i did want to touch on those because it's one of the things that we bring like my so christine's roles your virtual professional <hes> virtual assistant and then my role here is to be looking looking at our entire staff and looking at the tools they're using the technologies are using and always <hes> refreshing that is there something better cheaper more efficient <hes> and then we rolled see here's the thing when i work with extremely large <hes> c._r._m.'s we are ems are extremely large corporations in order to accommodate the need of handling clients. What happens is the market changes by the time that giant corporation has made an adjustment to where the market is. It's already changed to get. It's like trying to turn around. That's doing twelve knots in open seas but it takes. It's an hour or more fracture company. Even though may have a lot of customers because the way it's set up you guys have made adjustments terms for me on the phone call. I called up some how come noticing this and in three days it's changed. It's better because what we do is never gonna be a one month is going to be definitely the next month or certainly one <hes> one minor shift in the market can you guys have been able to actually really make adjustments. I will say that christine her capacity of making adjustments to learn me scripts. I will give her any script in three days. She's internalize it and is using. It's no different than windsor company. You guys you guys have been able to do that for me so excellent you reminded me because we've talked about this last couple. The webinars the concept of the outcome in your sales consultation. You know we're looking at your business in you. Know what would you like. What is the outcome and it has to be. You know measurable typically is going to the livermore income. That's the goal is not going to be well. If you dial one hundred people a day or a thousand people a day than great job because that doesn't mean it converts to anything and good for you so our outcomes are designed to basically increase your revenue in the ways that you know you can do that. <hes> we start on day one with with that outcome in mind and we're constantly returning to it day to day three. Where are where do we stand with harry's company and as we see a <hes> if we're not on target <hes> directly on his outcome will make changes and that kind of reflects when you say in a phone call you pick it up and you say you know what i would like to change little things. I would like to get more focused on what i need. We all go to work. I mean that's you know a code. Some areas where that makes who is is recognized huge value proposition one is the cost of your operation so when i get a c._r._m. Aga- landing page i have a <hes> <hes> fulltime is a and i have all what you bring to. The tablet cost me five grandma in five or six thousand dollars a month when i signed up in. Can you guys bring me. The whole package are not gonna just how much it cost me but you know you can have that dialogue but i will tell you that it's always on the doll and so the initial area of making more money isn't grossing more. It's nettie right like the neck absolutely not care about the neck. I am how much i say so if i'm netting money on the front end manning it on the back end meeting. I get more listing appointments. I have more hours dial because i i am script so i get in here. I raise my desktop. I stand up. I make calls in three hours. I may have talked to you legitimate good conversation three hours ten people. I mean that's just how it is. In this right. Christine gets on the phone. She works for for eight hours and she may talk to twenty five or thirty so exposures banner gross amount of conversations as matter appointments is better right which increases net on the back end so those are the two areas where for me the value proposition is just like oh my god excellent. Hey i wanted to get to that out. I'm sorry on boarding process where we start on day one. We have your outcomes in hand. How did you what was your take on that. We have a pretty detailed roadmap that goes day by day for ninety days and then it sort of goes into <hes> you know a standard production mode. But how does you're out. You're onboard. It was pretty seamless actually. I'm i'm not familiar with how to know. The computer world is not alien to me. It's very simple. You know your systems are very well-integrated from sierra online desk to sales dialer to you know the different packages that we put in place here. All of them are pretty seamless. One moves <unk> another. Maya say was available on that very first day. We began to train within a week. She was already making calls on our own. I i continued for a period of sixty days train her on scripts and dialogues and as the market shifted jumped back in also things like being being able to listen into her calls things like getting notifications of leads that have come up things like <hes> trying to think in particular tasers something like everything that i expect which i know it's i should lose <unk>. Everything expected agent. Click timelines. I i need to know right away. If there's a lead it's coming in. I get a notification and it has good information. E mails oftentimes phone numbers and sometimes is my marketing the phone numbers come back there. You know five five five five five one two one two oftentimes your marketing with you'd is it's been it's been accurate so the mourning process is simple easy. It's not complicated and sorta hold my aunt elaine miami. A couple of times says no no no let me help. I'll be with us on. If i had a question. It didn't matter what time i would send an email and i know it's four o'clock in the morning over there right and i suddenly the phone rings unlike sleep was supposed to get to this later review now right so i gotta tell you i appreciate. I mean the amount of times i i have reached out to. Other companies have been contracting with higher to you is i. If nobody you call. It's were busy then. They have the chat the thing he sent a chat and they don't respond so there are. I mean it's not on it. Just by time i get my stuff handle. I need it now. I just don't have day by the way elaine is our program manager for the mud plus program that you're in. She's not in in this webinar but she she's watching. She's great. She's awesome. He has a great and that's one thing the people <hes> sometimes i get that question from prospects or or so you don't what are the hours that the people work and the answer is what would choose like <hes> and it gets back to what you said earlier the gratitude of employment and service and that kind of thing <hes>. It's whatever whatever you say yeah. That's what we do <hes> when you call it for him for him. They're they're actually sometimes up at four but no it was four o'clock in the afternoon and i forget what i'm gonna take off tomorrow. When you get out you can you know whatever but even shifted christine's time work time from time to time right because as you look ahead greg market changes all the time correct and i noticed results weren't what i really wanted. I need more. I mean i'm always looking okay so we went from eight thirty in the morning. Tell four war which is the dial what we're calling. We shifted that to from three until eleven o'clock at she would work from three until eight o'clock on the phones loans and then she do c._r._m. Work back in works emails tax things of that nature and that worked okay and then then i on a phone call with one of your business partners the owner of online best or sales. I'm sorry of <unk> sales taylor..
"christine times" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"What is this? This is Christine. Time Kosta was here. She came in with them. They're doing your show at sites. NC Wilson who had just passed at Nancy ninety one or something like that. And you guys did it together site. You had a huge turnout so we know the jazz and good music, people turn out Santa Christine will be opening music on the hill. Tomorrow night, put Saint John's college on the big soccer field grass. You can show up with fried chicken and, and wine. And, and, you know, whatever you want to bring in bring you some fried chicken, you'll take some fried chicken, the wine, the wine, bring Johnson wine. He'll be playing the drought for Cristine foster helps me play better. Who else is on stage with you, Jim Aaron is on the piano, as Dizzy, Gillespie, used to say what cigar in his mouth, the piano. Red beans and rice. Very and a young fella who lives up in Los Alamos by the name of Michael Birt on base. Good. And me. See friend Burt Dalton honor for platinum using well deserve. Boy, that's for sure birds. The best is about. All right. So before run out of time. I just yapping who else is going to be music now. Okay. Rian in June through July. Right. So second in June would be the nineteenth of June, and that would be John O Manson and everybody. Look crazy Jonah. I loved Jonah great. He speaks Italian better than I do. He's been in Italy recently. Right. Yes. Sicily, he winds up mostly. That's mobbed up man, where I come from, of course that and Staten Island. Same thing, right? And then six twenty six Mahia. Am I pronouncing that right? M. A. G. E. L A. I'm not it's not big airline. That's made Haley man. You had had Atta is a name. And she is a songwriter, and she's a Cuban flout us from Cuba. Nice and she she sings as well. She's really wonderful twelfth nineteen twenty six correct. Starting tomorrow music on the hill website. Just go to Saint John's website. There's a tab there but near for music on now. Correct. That's June and three July with these second wins day, joy that correct. Correct. Which is the tenth of right, right? Right right after the fourth of July Ryan crowded, you know, around Crowder, I do is songwriter singer and the paper, he put some great stuff together and just recently wants awards, New Mexico, Mike awards for his work for his writing, and he puts a great band together. I remember you know, at actually at the Mike awards if you. On YouTube, you'll see at the Mike awards Abani had he had Hillary Smith. Singing backup. And his band. You know, and it was all star band was really good bad and he'll be there with the band, Ron crowd. And then the seventeenth of July is Chow wa this is this is New Mexico jazz festival outpost performance base night, right? Yeah. We do something, we do partnership with the New Mexico and jazz festival. Every year this is about a fourth or fifth. I'm not even sure this is during this during folk art market. And so they bring in kind of international musicians, as well, right? Yeah. I think folk are more maybe before the week before, but yeah, he he likes to bring in international yet. Tom, Tom, girl, Nick, as you, you know, I know, for sure. But maybe last year was ranking tankeea from the islands. Off the Carolinas. Mazing. So poor porta the thing is that Tom views it more as an and rightfully so he use it more as a real upbeat kind of a band band, that's going to end. That's the kind of crowd. You have out there. It's a family crown people like to dance and get involved in the music, and they certainly do you know when a band like that comes comes out char walk. What do you know about CIA? Well, I know that they're combination of New Orleans brass band music. And so they have horns of three or four pieces of horn section and Indian music Indian. Yeah. And and, and they put the two together and, and they come up with their own funky kind of seventy sound sousaphone the horns, New Orleans thing. And it's their own brand of is not a way to, to. So, you know, if the timing is right. Maybe we could include awaken their, you know, if somebody passes away and they wanna use. So the ban for the week a little fell Gration. Yeah. Departed transition, Dr John in the night triggers, and then the following in the closer and we have sort of become a tradition. I don't even know how it happened, but sort of consensus, I guess is the word among board members, let's put, you know, the real dance salsa band. Let me like at the end and then yeah, this time, it's right. This altruism today. Just good party big party nine piece ban, and they, they kill it. One of my favorite. There's a lot of great musicians in the band. One of my favorite is Ricky Korito the ghetto. He is bad. Boy, he was born with congas. He's so good. All right. So they will they will close out music on the hill this year. That's right. Well, anybody wanna thank because obviously the bus, the music is entire thing can happen without sponsors. And of course, without the cooperation of Saint John's college. Yeah, that's true. You know it started out as an as a real sort of a program for the, the college to get well, two things. You know, the idea was okay, let's get the college. Saint John's is one of the best kept secrets here in Santa Fe has been for many years as long as when I went to school here in nineteen sixty five that's how far back and it was just the best kept secret Stiller's. And so let's get out into the community more and get, you know, community awareness and at the same time, let's see if we could raise some money for scholarships for people from New Mexico, who can't really afford, you know, the, the real tuition, how much it really costs and contribute to two students, a great idea and less Samuel. I know. Unit, you know, less less. It was a Hayes, the brainchild it was his Brancheau and, and Tom, eeks, Tom, and Tom was original originally, the chair of the board. And, and they came up with some fourteen years ago, or it might be no. And it, it just I think it grew beyond anybody's expectations, and it has really become something. But what people don't know. And we had a little trouble couple years ago. And you know, we're not all rolling in Dobai. Any means people don't know as close, a lot of money to put on something like this. So you came up with an idea friends of right? Friends of music on the hell. That's correct. And it's not a an outright sponsorship, and it could be anywhere from fifty cents up to nine hundred ninety nine dollars ninety nine cents would make you a friend of music on the hill. And you, you wouldn't turn your name would appear at the at Saint John's, boo. And at the reception that we have, also as well toward the end of the of the series, and then their sponsorships at different levels, who else is helping Doug moss. Still helping Doug MAs is the chair of the board still. And he does a great job. Welcome contractor. He's got. Yeah. Lot of remodeled MAs construction. He does great and he, but he finds time to, to, to really he does. So what he works hard. And so, you know, this is Crossley public radio. Crassly commercial radio. I meant to say so I mean mentioned anybody wanna mention in terms of people who are helping out to bring music up to the hill sponsorships are great. Okay. Whereas, you know on on, on certain formats radio and I think you have a music show on a on a certain station. You can't you can't mention a lot of things like, you know, money and prices and called action all that. And we encourage that. Well, that's great. Perhaps, you have in your hands because I don't have enough top of my head. Although our biggest sponsor and who has been a sponsor right from the beginning. Is that right there? L A. N B, Los Alamos, National new name. But there's still the sponsor, the recently bought out, but they have new sponsor and this whole land, LAN beat the still known as Elian be take awhile for that name to really change her. They are premier sponsor. They and they they are something else. They are fantastic anchor sponsor. I'm more might whatever you wanna call. Anyway, y del in read financial advisers. They are sponsors as well. You have Chris Vincent as postures. They are new, and they are great and I know your radio station. K F, Harza media sponsor. And so you have all kinds of partner levels, and sponsorship levels, and all that. And of course, you know, you have to mention you know, places like Santa Fe bar and grill and L out though. And you know, people who provide food, and all that, all of your volunteers, of course, as well. That's absolutely right yourself music collective. Yes. We're well they provide me. I mean they help rand school at ally elementary school. You know, offer parking lots couldn't do it without all of those people. Richard. It's, it's that kind of thing mcchord digital social marketing, you know, L A N B folk all these people come together because, you know, like you said a couple years ago when it was like, oh, from financial troubles here, and maybe we're gonna lose the bus can't afford that anymore. And it's like you know, people you know, said, we're upset. I mean this is their favorite thing. And if they can't go up there and get a ride up there, if they don't drive and all that, it would have been a huge blow to kind of a lot of people in Santa fach. But I think you know, Richard what's important. I guess onto score right here while we're on the topic is that is the fact that just as I said before when this whole idea started it had something to do with the fact that Saint John's was not known in the community, for, for the institution that it isn't what it's all about. Well, the same thing we discovered with this people. I don't know. It's free event. You come. They bring the whole family. These great concerts outdoors, it costs money and people don't know. And we need the sponsors. And when we had some trouble couple years ago, it was like we had to reach out to the community and we have to inform the community. Look, we're going to keep this going. But we're on the brink of financial Jan, I think it was kind of the city stepped up the last seconds at okay, we're gonna we're go we're going to fund the buses that was part of it, because it was so important, but it will also a couple individual people, a couple of those people that, who we all know anonymous who stepped up and really helped us. And it was at a time was a precarious time because the, the college that we had just had a new president who tomorrow, Roosevelt walkers was one to five really like Mark who and he came into a deficit of a budget deficit usu- amount, and he had to cut, and he did a lot of cutting and he didn't wanna cut this whole program out. He said, okay. Well, you guys got to help me here, you know, somehow I mean, if I hope you, you gotta help me. Hope you that sort of thing. And then, that's when we hit to the airwaves, and we said, okay media did happen. Listen anytime. Okay. Absolute talk about other other albums. How is duty? No. How's the album with Doug on? Oh, great. Let me okay. We.
"christine times" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What it sounded? Mckee was described as a rising star of investigative journalism and was about to publish the second of two books on unexplained disappearances and uninvestigated killings during what became known as the troubles. She's written articles on the legacy of those times, including rising suicide rates among her generation. Leroy who was gay gave a Ted talk in twenty seven teen advocating change in religious teaching about LGBT people within the community. We have a failing. We tell people we tell them it gets better. And what I realized that it gets better for some of us. It gets better for those of us who live long enough to see it. Get better. On Friday evening. Vigil was held for Lear Mckee who was twenty nine partner. Sara canning said her death could not be in vain. We're all per for the loss of lira. Our hopes and dreams and all of her Mazen potential with snuffed, I pay a single Barrick act. This cannot stand. There is death must not be in vain because her life. With Shane in late and everyone else's life and her legacy will live on and the like that she's left behind in key. The former leader of faint Gerry Adams tweeted, those involved in not the IRA the IRA embraced PC said no Republican support the anti-peace gangs masquerading as the IRA. They should disband would joined live from the city by frame Clements. A freelance journalist who's been covering events there since Thursday evening. Good morning. Thank you for joining the program. What struck you first about some of the events that you have witnessed since the shooting. I think it's I think it's the emotion to be honest, it it's when I say motion, there's a range of emotions. The shock initially. There was anger disbelief. Horror that that that something like this could have could have happened, you know, on the streets of the city, and it in two thousand nineteen you know, I mean in a sense this is supposed to be over and the shock on the Thursday night on on the that as Thursday night turned into into Friday morning. And I mean, people were sort of texting me at two in the morning. You know, have you heard and and just the sheer shock and that went on all day, but that shock really very much turn to anger, and that you played the clip of Sarah, counting nab layers partner at at the vigil yesterday afternoon in Craig literally right in front of the place tape at that point and just that that anger was palpable and on the determination to send me to see community workers, you know, grown grown, man. You know, he's grown up on the streets of Craig, and you know, here there, Dan day. I m during the day at night working with young people to see some of that, virtually just tears and. One of them just says, I I don't want to be signing here. Again. I don't want to do this again. And there was a real determination. I mean other stand light moments yesterday, the parish priest father, Joe Gormley who anointed lira and went on local ABC radio BBC radio Foyle early yesterday morning and unsaid and the distant Republicans responsible to resent represent we do not want you here. We don't want you go away. And I think that that very much resonated through the day. And when you had things like the DP leader Arlene foster coming to the middle of the Craig and she freely admitted to the cried, MRs staunchly nationalist area, and she never been to the Craig before an and she was applauded, and you could hear people in the crowd remarking that you know, that that that this. This was a bake. This was a big moment, and whether or not this will lead to lasting change. I don't know. But certainly the will and the spirit and very much there in the city yesterday. That is a striking element to this. What you just described him for those who don't know Northern Ireland and familiar with with the troubles in the impact they had over many decades, the idea that figure like Arlene foster represents the unionist side of the community the community wants to stay part of the U K could go to a place like Craig and be applauded his almost unimaginable in indeed up to Atlanta. And any you could see everybody looking as she arrived with with with DP party colleagues and other moments in that. I mean in that cried as well standing there as a private individual. What was was the deputy chief constable of the pay Steven Martin, he's well known in dairy. He's a former a former police chief in the city, but nevertheless for for for such a senior policeman just to be in uniform to be standing in the cry again in in Craig and compete on noticed. It is very significant of one person said to me a thing that they observed 'em Mary's chapel. The Catholic church is. Literally just signed the road from this. And they said that they've seen to Pearson. I officers take off their caps go in and blessed himselves went headed again that that that that's something that that's the person. I was speaking. I never thought I'd say that fro going to bring my guests. Emerson thoughts maybe to you than of combining play you Mettler about four years ago or so which was very very young. It was a small journalism conference where we were talking about the future of journalism particularly about websites, hyper local newspapers being freelance in the way that lire was at the time. She was crowdfunding book, which was an extraordinary thing to do. She sat there and told us she was completely broke trying to raise the money for this. And what struck me I thought she was incredible actually inspiring people have met and really humbling to be looking at this very very young woman who was writing stories that were not. Not being talked about it seemed in in Northern Ireland or anywhere really not just about the troubled in the aftermath of that. And how to fake her generation? But also about being gay in what having right in saying is many ways, very conservative society and the issues that that came with that. And so, yeah, I thought she was courageous and and extrordinary, and what happened was just devastating. What comes to my view Christine? Times from lira where she says just because we're not warning more doesn't mean the shadow of the gunman has left the room for you. You said that you know, this is supposed to be very is there. A feeling the fear that with Brexit and the whole issue of the border that they could be a resumption of violence. Yeah. It's it's interesting point. Because obviously all of this is going on against the backdrop of Brexit, which has been hugely hugely destabilizing in this part of the world. But also, the the lack of of an assembly at Stormont and. I mean, I think the police have been very Kanai suppose to to to stress that and the threat level from distant Republicans still remains severe. So that the who the distant group and that have been blamed for this. They're also blamed for a car bomb explosion outside the cities court hyphen in January at the time. A lot of people said is a stew with Brexit is related to Brexit. And the police said, no, this is what the Republicans do you anyway. And that's true. I've been a journalist here for for for fifteen years, and there there has always been a level of of threat as as we saw as we saw on Thursday night and anybody who comes out on fire shots in built up areas. Kipling killing someone it doesn't necessarily take. You know, much much much. No, hi, I'm much much planning. You know? So I think that this this is what distant Republican anyway, just on the new oil Ray. I mean, do we know much about them in since the official ceasefire of the IRA we had the Real IRA the continuity IRA, both very small fringe extreme movements. Who were the new only and again, the IRS who one at one in in this tradition, I suppose distant Republicans and unemployed as a distant Republican essentially that that's a Republican food is not accept and the Good Friday agreement at that. The the Pete the Peacedale and continues to spas, I suppose their ideals through the use of force. And and those those groups that are very small. I mean, the numbers across Northern Ireland more than several hundred within that the police would say there's a coordinated about fifty who would actually be willing to commit. Acts like this. So that I mean, they are they are very very small. It's important not not kind of kind of overstate that with within those gripping. They tend to be that they're very fluid membership can change they reinvent themselves. They come up with new Nate news. But they tend to be made up of a core of possibly m older. Former members of the provisional IRA who are dissatisfied with the pace. But also. Young young younger people, essentially, her role noble to being lead in particular in particular directions. And certainly the speculation in is being the gunman is young that again would tend to be high. These things played that tends to be younger members of the community. Who may be are disaffected in one way, or the other don't feel that there is a place for them in this society and fall under under the sway of of distant republicanism for. Thank you very much. David Clements there from dairy the other thing that here we have lost somebody who had an absolute passion for investigating and finding out the truth. And we need a few of those. She clearly had a lot more to say, and it's incredibly tragic that that has been brought to them. Ironically, being the voice of those young people the people that she was reporting on the book that she was working on was about it's called the lost boys. And there is doubt that it'll it can be published before she hadn't actu-. Completed it. But it was about people who disappeared. Young people kids basically just pitcher troubles not because one of the one side of the other disappeared them that they simply sort of melted away. They became lost children possibly just ran away from home or whatever, but no one ever investigated. So she was a voice for an awful lot of those marginalized invulnerable people. And from fray was just saying sounds like she was Pat partly victim of that as well. Six forty four GMT it may be hard for people outside fronts to understand the level of disbelief as they watch television pictures of flames engulfing the cathedral of not a dumb in Paris. And that fire the partial saving of the cathedral, the aftermath pledges of money debates over whether it matters as much as some people are saying have dominated the news for the past week, whatever the merits of that, let's just remind ourselves of wine offer being a symbol of permanence reassurance. Throughout some of France's most. Turbulent history, as we will know hear from the liberation of France in nineteen forty four to remembering the victims of the twenty fifteen. Call fitter attack and the requiem mass for president shall the goal in nineteen seventy..
"christine times" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Guest is Teri Goldfarb and we are talking about. I I love the title how to never look for a job again and that the the ideas we said relationships will trump resumes all day long long and we're talking about the the I don't know if it's misunderstood but misused word of networking and how powerful networking as interiors given us just great great ideas about how to create your own network list in that that that I want to encourage people that you know it is it is it is a task and it does take some time but the time is almost going to guarantee you a job and and not just a job that pays the bills but something you enjoy doing now. One of the things Terry refers to it has a couple of times is the social media APP linked in and that linked in Terry feels is very important in your networking process and your job finding process. Do you want to tell me about the Terry. First of all it is the number one tool for recruiters both inside of companies and for executive search firms. It should really it is so it's really important to be found to be on there and your resume needs to be complete. It needs to match your resume. You can always update it and make changes on it but it needs to be really filled out and complete so that it's all about keyword searches and you need to have the right words on there and so forth so you need to really build out your resume to make sure that it shows you and your best light and there's a lot of people that will help you do that. That'll help you make sure that that's up that you've done a good job and it says something you have to keep up with and keep that keep that current well. If you're still so working out you're always adding new skills to your life. You're working on new projects. You're learning new tricks or learning new system so you should always be updating it. I mean they always said you should always update your resume every year because you don't realize three years you have to go back and write right a new resume. Don't remember what all you've done three years ago and you don't remember the new lessons you've learned the new technologies you've learned so it's important to always update your resume anyway but now it's just done on linked in no kidding and that I didn't realize search firms usually ten the number one tool is it really is it really and and there's classes you can learn how to use linked in very efficiently. <hes> at there's classes like at Saddleback Back Church has beginner intermediate advanced classes but there's other classes at the shuttle back church has linked and classes. Yes other churches probably due to I just know saddleback does for sure no kidding and it is important to keep it. Keep it updated as you go along <hes>. I'm thinking I'm going to ask you about the networking that I was speaking team harshly. <hes> what do you think of of network meetings and business cards in hand and that dude do you think they are. They are helpful that it's important for people to go to those okay suffer. Let me say aid that if I walk into if I'm go to an event where I don't know people and I don't necessarily know the organization. I don't feel any more comfortable than the average person. Nobody likes to walk into a room where they don't know anybody. I personally am of gregarious person. I we know how to break into that so I have tips on how to do that but what I suggest is is find organizations that you are interested in whether it's a disease whether it's like the American in Heart Association or whether it's your kids girl scout troops or whether it's the girl scouts in general or whether it's <hes> Detroit organization like the financial executives international find organizations that you're already pretty involved with or that you're already interested in or that pertained to the field of work that you do or the passions that you have get involved with those groups. You don't have to go to all these new groups get involved with groups that already are interesting interesting to you. Get on a committee. That's where you're going to form relationships. That's where you'll be value. That's where you'll learn. That's where you'll grow. That's where you'll become known. That's all I've ever done. I've always been involved in different organizations professionally and personally my whole career and every job has come out of that as a result. That's interesting you know a guy who has a podcast and a blog and handful of books <hes> <hes> that I have a lot of respect for man named Tim Ferriss he he recommends when people ask him about younger people. You know how to find a job but I think this fits for older people as well he he says you you you WanNa find you WanNa find a job you go in as <hes> to a place that you like and you go in as a volunteer and you just volunteer and you just excuse me but you kick ass you. Just you really do a great job and they will get you to they'll. They'll put you to another level. No put you to another level and and maybe maybe you know or or an intern not a volunteer but an intern and maybe get a couple bucks maybe via don't but he he talks about how he was elevated to where he was responsible for <hes> south by southwest which is a big I._T.. Conference and he was visit responsible for all the speakers when speakers came in he got their hotels maitre everything was lined up and he got great relationships with these speakers and before he noted he was hired by south by southwest and he had relationships with all of these major names in the industry because he treated them like gold and it simply came from an internship. Yes you would never think it would come from an internship and it and it didn't take that long. He wasn't there two or three years. This was like a six month process. You know that that he elevated so quickly because you find interns and volunteers rarely a ruling to work that hard so if you haven't in your mind you're going to work hard and everybody else else. You know. It's GonNa it's. It's going to benefit you well plus. If you're actually interested in it. It's fun. I mean it's not work so does it matter you. Can you work hard because you're having fun and it's passion so I was you know. The many years guard was involved at U._C._I.. And we were involved launching a life sciences organization and we were excited about building it here in Orange County and I was on on the committee and we were putting on programs help finding speakers. I knew nothing nothing about the process of <hes> getting something to get F._d._A.. Approval and all that whole process was just a whole mystery to me but I had to. I learned it. I said just asked questions like what is the process. Who Do People WanNa hear from? What do they want to hear about and was just started? Bringing in Speakers Orange County is curiosity helps to you know you can you can think of those questions because unless you're curious person and really want to know it can be difficult to come up with those questions however rubber you still can you can go to someone like you and you could just make lists and I you start with the list after the list thing start coming naturally and you start adding to that and it becomes much much simpler well then you find. You don't even realize that you know people because somebody I'll say but we'd love to find somebody that can talk on X._y._Z. and somebody in the room. I know somebody at X._Y._Z.. And then you realize okay and you start working as a team and bring in identifying the needs you have to grow the organization so I don't care if whether it's your church. Church or whether it's a nonprofit or whether it's a trade organization get involved with something you're interested in because then it won't be like work and it won't be distasteful. It'll be interesting in it'll be fun and work but it's fun. Yeah it is fun. I'm just thinking of my nonprofit involved right now. Thinking holy cow we're going through some interesting dyeing's insane. There's always going to be that yeah. There is but that's why they have me. You know they would need me. If if there weren't for the interesting Christine Times they wouldn't need I wanted just briefly. Go back to the networking Mateen's and you said good meetings of specifically designed for a certain career path well or really it go to meetings of things that are in that you're interested in go to <hes>. If you're an accountant you would go to the financial executives international. If you're a human resources person you'd go oh to N._H._R._A.. Or sherm pi-rre if you're in supply chain you would go to the trade organizations that support the trade organizations or if your family has a history of cancer you're involved with the cancer society or maybe you've had a child. That's been encyc- you're involved. You get involved with chuck or something like that. Get involved with something that talks to your interest in passions. Are there such things as network meetings that are just networking meetings where people just come together. Are I and those are like a waste of time. Not a waste of time. I mean people everything works. If you work it but it can be not as much fun as getting involved with something that serves your interests yeah that will give something common talk about so you're walking gene and you're feeling comfortable rather than just right pitching your Gig and and if you haven't already found that there's an organization in Orange County called one O. C. O. N. E. is on the board there you go and and they will match up people interests with volunteer opportunities or committee opportunities or board opportunity that down one oh see in Orange County in because it really great great benefactor in fact. I've got to have them on the show. Yes you do because it really is a great place to find a place to get involved and use your talents add value and you'd be meeting people that are already at other companies in other organizations positions that would get to know you and love you wind up thinking of you when there's an opportunity so terry I'm going to go for we have a few minutes left here. I'm going to go from what we used to call because they used to be a minister. We would call it going from preaching to meddling gene and I'm going to go into meddling and as we talked about this subject something very important is crossed my mind regarding the job searcher you know the person who is looking for the networking <hes> <hes> and that is are you a referral person you know and that's a that's a big question and this is critical and I'm I'm thinking of things like your performance. Your attitude your ability to work on a team your creativity see your personality. You named a whole bunch list came off. Basically have you been the con- kind of employees that is easy for your referrals or contacts to refer to other people <hes> and and that is that is essentially and if you've not been that kind of person if you've been I know people that pride themselves on being a difficult worker. Well don't don't think you're going to get a lot of great referrals if you pride yourself on being independent and and difficult to work with and and it occurs to me that that begins today even if you know even if you've been a different kind of person it begins against today to be that kind of try to be a likable person you know I mean it's just it's really not much you know if you're if you perform in your likable you're GonNa get referrals. You know if you just if you make an attempt to be likeable and make an attempt to be kind and to listen and not to be you know some bossy sort of person that just doesn't really care about the the lives of other people so don't you think that's really important in your I think sure and I think it's very important to be a likable person to learn how to listen and God gave us to ears in one mouth for a reason and the more you can listen to people and hear them really hear them and engage with them and look them in the eye and understand what they're saying and be compassionate or be interested or be curious. People are GonNa like you. We come back to that curiosity thing. I'm so big on curiosity it does come back back to that but that that you're interested in likeable and curious about them and that you're willing to listen and not always talk as you go in with a question not necessarily. How's your day been but be more voice specific? If you know something about that person how did this last up opportunity go and and what did you do do my friend Terry. Hershey who comes on the show today are comes on the show today comes on the show. Oh every five or six weeks. He's we just get along and who knows what we're going to talk about but I call him on subjects like you know the the quote that I read you from Neil Gaiman that says <hes> <hes> at at my age which is seventy. You don't need to gross as you've already grow. You've already done it. You're there now. There's certain things that we grow in and then we always learn and we're always improving but this growth mindset of thirty year old is very different than a seventy year olds. You know I'm I'M I. I liked that idea but that's not the point to point is. That was my phone. Call all to Terry. Let's let's talk philosophy. You know wasn't talking about you. Know what. What are you doing today? Where you're not doing today you know we're so he spent thirty minutes talking philosophy and that was that was great in that?.
"christine times" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"christine times" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Gale Benson and Benson racing last out maiden winter for oust all. Locally owned put on the blinkers in that help do the trick. That's the seventh. You know? There's also that that horse of Brad, Cox and gains ways Cornell Chea, the tap it coat that. A at first asking, and then was the focus to certain degree of that highly this painted group that Owen Dale came out of the allowance in January so carnage is back in here. And there's Berni Flint with west, Texas, whose okay, so puzzle. Bret, Calhoun Sanders Hirsch. And I want to mention at Oaklawn speaking of four year olds that are coming back where we're tracking all the all of last year's three year olds. Tony's with us up. Get the Tony momentarily Princep Aguirre. Princep Aguirre as back today in the eighth race at Oaklawn third level allowance go and six. And last seen behind audible in the Cherokee run. The leading into breeders got so three chimneys home-bred tap it out of the lovely, AVI. K. For Steve Asmussen and with Ricardo Santana junior. Prince epic airbag who never really has a three year old didn't really pan out the way. We all you know. I think everybody was remember he was a he was at a January February. I don't wanna call him the flash in the pan. But he certainly was. Was a focus. Tony black is the focus and. Tony great to catch up. Great catch up with you. Steve I'll tell you what some of the names, you Jin bring back so many memories and quality horsemen when you say Graham motion, Michael Matt, and my man Berni, Flint the retards the Risi Enna cop had more stories stories were as good as horses used to love to listen to stories when he was a police officer Louisiana with interesting. I know I haven't talked to you. But you weeks to Nick Christine time at year. Great time of year watch these young horses comes to hand and see which one's going gonna be looking at and in the free throw racism, then the derby Preakness Belmont, which is really think about it just around the corner in the last few weeks, I have listened..
"christine times" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Georgia wanna talk about a few of your other big mounts glide master. Glide master was a pretty nice force and tell us how you got how you got the mount and the success you had together. I got that now because John Campbell is driving in and he was in an accident and. So naturally, he couldn't drive them anymore and the trainer of glide Massa, call me to race them in Yonkers trot. And he won the straw that night. Yeah. And that that is a great that great honor. Because we got there's a lot of history there. And at the time to set a track record doing it that night. So that is really special night did that. And then I think I read from the breeders crown Woodbine, and he was second by nine. So yeah, he he he was special. Didn't that Yonkers trot? Didn't that wrap up the triple crown? Yes, it did. Yeah. Look the last leg. Triple crown. I watched that replay as well and early on several horses broke stride. And so basically turned into a four horse field in my opinion. But the stretch run was exhilarating dueled it out with Algiers hall on the inside and you were on the outside. And I mean at any point in the race. I couldn't have called the winner. And so I I can't imagine what you were thinking in that moment while especially because out your whole over the half so slow down like fifty nine seconds which really slow caliber horses. So I knew I had to raise some down the back side, you know, take some steam at a hint where in fact, you know, I was doing to my also, but I did go my horse could handle it. I thought I had a better horse, and which I did have the better horse because proved down the lane 'cause we didn't elect sixteenth of mile. He you know, he just tried it away from him. So he did go. Good race that night. Talking about the earlier in that race several horses broke stride. How does that happen? How do you make sure that doesn't happen as driver? Again, we go goes back to soft hand, you gotta. You know, you got to keep, you know, keep a firm grip on 'em. But not not real tight. And then and then Christine times, you're noth- nothing. You can do they'll go off stride. And you're like. You know, there's times I come in transit. Why why do you make a break off stride? And like, I couldn't tell you know, you know, no reason at all. George when that happens, you are supposed to pull to the outside until you get back in stride. And then you can still participate in the race. But I mean does that ever do you ever really win when you break stride, not too often? Yeah. Not off your. Usually out of it after that. Some of a difficult task and something yet, you stiffly don't want to. You don't want that to happen now? George talking about another horse artists view. I heard that was one of your favorite races. He was forty two to one in the two thousand seven breeders crown at the Meadowlands and won that race wire-to-wire fashion and tell us why that horses special to you know, we didn't go wire-to-wire fashion because they had to ten hall. So I got away back, and there was a wicked speed Bill up top like they went to like fifty three seconds. And it was chilly out that night, and he came from out of the clouds and one, and and it was a special win for me because my friend and Solti who's actually from from Lexington Kentucky. He he trained them owned a piece of and so it was real special win for me and buzzy in fact that was. It was a lot of fun. You said it was chilly that evening. I if you're currently driving at Yonkers at night right now. I can't imagine. How cold you must be at night. But how do you do with that? How do you stay warm? Well, we dress for we have with different suits and. Put toe warmers in you know, I don't wear hand warmers, but in between races, I use you know, grip in my hand warmers in between races and just go out. And you know, you just gotta tough it out. It is what it is. Horses. Don't mind they love the cold. But the the drivers that's different story..