18 Burst results for "Dan Solomon"
"dan solomon" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"The national championship and reading a story like this. I think the reaction of a lot of fans. And hopefully i think not my reaction is like. Why are you trying to take down. This school. That i like and seeing reporting on sexual assaults and mishandling as being sort of adversarial. It's like you're against the interests of fans of the program which is just such a fucked way to think about it and yet even if you like to think of yourself as being an enlightened sort of fan and somebody who doesn't support this end up feeling complicit by rooting for this team and supporting this team and i want to have this conversation. I don't i don't want to obscure it and pretend like everything it all. She was great. Because i like watching them play on saturday nights. But it's just a part of the larger issue and y'all talked about this a bunch of before like we're college football fans and we both of us know how rotten the sport is in so many ways. It's a shame that we enjoyed way that we do but yeah yeah and so it's not. It's not really a question. So much. Jessica but i think it's just something that all of us do love the sport and find things to love about it. It's something that we have to reckon with and look at and not try to obscure when these stories come out. We need to talk about them. And we need to think about what our role is and making. It seem like this is like a side thing or this thing that maybe we shouldn't let it get in the way of our enjoyment of the game. It's all wrapped up together and you can't extract the horrible parts from the things that we love. I think that's true so much around. There's plenty of things that that's true around in our culture but gendered violence just in general allow the time. A lot of the stuff feels very gray and we wanted to be black and white and one of the things that i've had to learn as someone who works on this all the time now is just sitting in the gray and just being okay being there and it just often feels bad. I will tell a quick joel anderson stories. Since i'm here so i went to florida state and that's how i started writing on this topic right and so i went through my own battle with my phantom and eventually gave up watching college football but what i remember really well. It was like the follow. Twenty fifteen august twenty. Fifteen is when dan solomon. I reported baylor in broke that story. And i remember texting few joel. It i was like. I can't watch college football anymore like i think i'm just i think i'm just done now and you like. Don't let them win. I was like man. I can't do it anymore. Venue bobby bobby bowden was kind of look back at it. Now right look you. Oh that makes me You know this current about how much. I loved him and then him a dumping jameis winston is on the saints. Now i mean it's just like yeah lose you around where there's no escaping it darius guys of course went into the. Nfl was released from the washington football team and is facing criminal charges for assaulting a girlfriend. Drake davis was eventually kicked out. Lsu there's been a real backlash on campus and outcry including by students faculty the governor of louisiana. Do you see this as any different than what's happened on other campuses. And where should this go. How should this be adjudicated. Now yeah i will just add at. Drake davis actually pleaded guilty. So his case you know. He's been convicted. Yeah it doesn't feel two different. It does feel like a steam bow going like the steam being released from like a pressure cooker or something. The response has been incredible honestly from professors and the student body in particular people seem very upset. One of the things that happened was this week. star which is the sexual assault crisis center in baton. Rouge released a letter they actually sent to. Lsu athletics twenty seventeen. I don't think we knew that before them that their title nine policies are response to the stuff were not adequate because star gets a lot of the you know they they get a lot of the victims from lsu so they hear all kinds of things so we learned that women who were named in. Your story decided to come out and go public after the story came out. Yes and we had one of those women told us that the response was so much more positive right. She had a right to fear that it would be negative for all the reasons. You're were talking about before josh. And that i in fact it was actually much more positive. Much more worried about the survivors and the victims. So i mean one of the struggles. Here that we talked about before is that the policies are already there. So it's like what does lsu due to get everyone on board so that people understand the policy and then follow them and it's going to be bigger than that it's going to be. Some kind of cultural shift has to happen at lsu. I think the students were the ones who told us. It's rape culture on campus. Yeah there was a soon reporter. I think that was the sentence that she gave us right at. The culture on lsu campus is a rape culture. So they're going to have to do that kind of work too. But i just want to reiterate like the policies are there so it's people just doing the jobs they've already laid out for them. I mean that's the thing that concerns me. This kind of default from an institution of we're going to examine our procedures and we're gonna have some outside firm come in and the thing that comes to mind their jessica's like one of the more shocking things to come out of the fallout of the baylor situation. So that they bring in this outside firm and they report their findings like early and we never even heard what the findings were. That was just shocking. Like being cynical about all this stuff if you had told me like when all the baylor stuff came out that you reported that the upshot would be an outside firm reporting a thing that there's no no record of the report and nobody got to hear it. I would've thought that's not possible. Yeah and i'll just say on that front. There are a bunch of victims suing right now and they are winning in court and we might actually get a lot more of that information from that report pepper hamilton report about baylor hopefully sometime soon but yeah it's what years it's twenty twenty and we first reported in two thousand fifteen in that report. The oral report was made in the spring of two thousand sixteen. And i do think it's interesting. Art byles continues to be up like people are com is gonna get fired. The way that our browsers. And i'll just say like he sort of is it. We don't i mean we had paterno at psu but that was a little bit different as far as the players involved. I mean browse sort of stands alone on this right. 'cause even the minnesota. I had a whole list once that i made of showing that they're always fired for bad football after whatever the sexual assault scandal because even it was the was it. Minnesota that boycotted tried to hot. That's right that's right. The players tried to boycott the bowl game. And all about it. And then i think he was eventually just fired because they were bad. Sobriety is still stands alone. He acts as like a rhetorical device. But there isn't actually any action to show that anyone else is going to face the same kind of scrutiny that he did or consequences really just go. Luther reported this story for usa today. Along with kenny jacoby and the ntr. I'm will link to it on our show page also co host of the burn. It all down podcast in the co author of loving sports when they don't love you back. Thank you for.
"dan solomon" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"At the same time. I think I think this is like. One of the. Most athletic things in fact, they're like they're never gonNA. Have this again six days like they're gonNA. They're gonNA. Come out with New People. That are close with you. Know what I'm saying like. In any. Weather. Mba or any any. Any situation where people are in a bubble that you're gonNA, there's good that comes out of it if you happenings to do. If you don't have to be stopping, you know right, so yes, it's a sacrifice. You know to go away for your family to not be home. There's a million different things you can name. That are negative. But the bigger picture you're. You're playing the sport you love. You're getting paid to do it. And and people are able to use their platform to expand all the things that have been going on in the past few weeks in the country now, so it doesn't have to die there. Nick continue due to talk about. So, what does the future of Fly Solo Consulting and Dan Solomon? Look like in in your perfect, so I mean my might golden showers like. A kid was to have my own brand, not just one brand like. Like you'll see like over the years. I'll probably have multiple brands, but right now on. I WANNA blow this thing up I've got an amazing. Be Back with bad section so obviously. Saying said he was doing growing my clientele which I do by saying. I start with high school kits in contact with high school. Kids College kids when right before cove ahead I was telling Jack as well like my schedule is insane. I was like the craziest ever been, and like I go to colleges to meet these. These kids before so I'm in contact with a guy for over a year in high school, they go to college I know they're going to be a one one and done I'm GonNa? Go see them at playing college. Spend time with them whatever just just to create that relationship, and also you know show love because it's not like for me. It's like I'm trying to build relationship it's it's more than the clothes so. You know right before. I went to read for covert. I went to Indiana I went to you of a house with Josh Green. Nickel manion Zeke nause Josh grains like one of my close guys Prepare for the next draft. Right and everything's up now because the schedule is fucked up so like for example right now. Summer League would just the ending right so in past weeks I would have been in some real. I would have been in Vegas was I would have been doing draft would have happened before that and schedule goes on and the rookie. In new, Jersey and Iran so you never know what's GonNa wear? They're GONNA be what they're gonNA do so in terms of the players I'm just trying to keep building. Up Styling more players, because I started with just the shopping so styling more players right so like actually getting my artistic part a bit out with that and continue to grow every other my business, more marketing deals build build his army for me. It's like yeah. I. Was in the cards when I was younger, but if you if you're you're. You're stupid to not go into cards, right? a guy like you have to understand me is like it's way bigger than for bashing. It's as the entrepreneurial. Thought Process. Is that like? Why would you miss out on opportunities? Some and I'm not talking about a bad. We're like okay. Bitcoin spikes for like that certain amount. Even though people made a lot of money and bitcoin. You I'm talking about marijuana stocks in the beginning of the summer. You know last summer where huge like just all hype stuff in the moment type stuff you know you see a stock. Get really high. Go Up and crash so. For me. It's like. You have to find viable options to invest in and like for the future as well so I'm sports cards like I. I had stuff from so long ago Lebron rookie cards that I was doing so for me not to take that. It'd be like okay I need to. Build on this. Be especially right now we're. It's booming, but it's early right and the NBA about the restart so anything buying cheap right now. Those players go off. I'm in early. And Jack Jainal Jackson two cards about you a All these things like when that's how I looked at, it was sneakers in the beginning. I Love Sneakers I. Love Cars I'm. Like, why would I not take advantage of what's in front of me? I'm the knowledge I have, so. It's like I'm I'll go like I'm GONNA have more businesses within my business, but I'm focused on building my main two businesses to be as big as possible, so it's proof of concept right and once I do that. You know you you, you know if you look in the most successful people in the world. They've had so many companies. They've had a lot of companies that fail. Luckily I haven't had anything that failed yet, but I'm three years out of college like I. I'm looking like you know. For example like on in terms of scaling right Leon rose. Arguably one of the most powerful super agents in the NBA. Before you got the job, we'll get to that what he's doing now it was in. Is Daughter's close friend close family. Friend I've known him forever and he had craziest clientele if you look at the number. Of Baron everyone everyone Bronco. Even more current I'm talking Devon Booker Karl Anthony towns. Yeah, well be I mean the list goes on for days. Carmelo Anthony Chris Hall. It just doesn't it is, and it's top.
"dan solomon" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"Three and if he can develop a consistent offensive game. He's getting very successful MBA career. Matisse. I'm going Kendrick Nunn from Miami. Ensure. A lot of people forgot about him because he came out of nowhere, but he was very important to to what they did this year. And! That's four. C.. You GotTa think you would want to go with the big butt. It's twenty twenty I'm going to stick with the small ball. Get a little shooting. We could play his eye on at the five and go tyler hero. Wow, wait! WHO's your foremen? Matisse. Interesting. Wow I! You know what? No, no I'm not I'm going. Eric cascal. Like, that's a weird pick to me, I like hero. He's definitely a baller, but he's you know he's. He's the people's Champ. He's. He's not necessarily the best guy out there. I agree all right my squad. I'M GONNA. Go with John at the one. All right I'M GONNA. Make late I'm GONNA make a late change. I had RJ in there, but I need shooting because Jaaz, actually not shooters Einstein a shooter. Matisse is, but he's not. You know automatic so I'M GONNA GO COSTA? Let me before you keep going. You made a comment about Matisse on your one minute breakdown how he shot, he shot at one thirty three five percent from three. If you watch like I. Watch every single sixers game. There was a span for like fifteen games where he was shooting like sixty percent from three. And then there was a span where I don't think he hit a single shot for the next twenty. It was the streaky shooting. I don't know it's like I. Don't know how to take his thirty five percent shooting because I. Don't know what was the real Matisse. Was it him being scorching hot or was him being? So that was the tail of his seaside percent. It's not like a true thirty five, where over the course of ten games every ten shots, he makes about three and a half. It's like over. It was so streaky war, so I'm not removing the TS I'm actually removing rj out of the five. I think RJ is going to be a really good plyer, but he needs shooting around him or else. He's stuck in the same situation as the next and the rest of my team doesn't have it, so jot the one Kobe the to you, so you have your. Your shooter in your score. Let you off until Taylor more. I am keeping Matisse in because I need him to Kinda back up Kobe. WHO's not a great defender, more small and I told you I love the young wing defender more than anything for Gone Zion Five. This is actually a pretty simple pick for me I'm going to Brandon Clark. Who is probably the most? Again, I can't argue that. Under A. There and that kind of does still give you that small ball five, because he's not like a true seven footer five and can play outside and stuff but he's just really really good. Honorable Mentions obviously RJ. Covert didn't have the grades season Hunter. Radish all kind of stuck there pedia. Washington was really good, but he's the exact same players ion in terms of like undersized for, and you're not over his on and then hero hero kind of falls apart. I pick a six man. ooh! Well definitely I would go with RJ because RJ, or Roy and then if you let me pick, Michael, porter Jr. to put him in that class, which is like the dumbest thing ever 'cause. He's yeah I know. I said picking I said pick a six man, not a seventh, eighth and ninth. So six man! I'M GONNA go with Arja. I am going to go with from the Detroit Pistons Sicu Doom Boya. You like did I. Pronounce That Right? I have no idea. Close your close. You like Seiko or you haven't watched them big time all right now. I've watched him play a few times. I like I. Like imply. came out of nowhere. yeah teams just a major. Screw it. You know I like it I like it kind of just like all my takes. The people will definitely be pissed. We didn't pick TACO fall. But I have his height combined Zion's donkey. We should probably pick good basketball players. Yeah, that's a good start for sure I. Pass on really your wallet did I said he would be I now have be my six or seven. He I could have easily put him at the three of the two, but like I said there's no shooting on that team and rights twenty twenty so. Roy Work on a shot hobie. Good I've We are GONNA. Take a quick break, and then we will talk to our man Dan Solomon Great before we go. I just realized how big of a week this is not only do. We get inner squad scrimmage is that are televised for MBA this week? Not only do we get MLB. Somebody's turning twenty four this week. Facts, it's my birthday, but there's another pod before then so I don't I don't sure sing, and Wednesday all right, so able sang me happy birthday for the Kobe Year ones that. But Fam-, we'll take a quick break and we'll be back after that..
"dan solomon" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"You guys have play this game with your friends. Would you rather be rich or have some rings? Well, it's not. Talking about thirty million dollars like it's chump change to pay taxes, so would I rather be Mike Trout. Or? Would I rather be Fred Vanfleet? The answers might trout. Because one, it's twenty twenty winning is overrated. Come on! All we care about now is getting on social media making headlines. Yeah exactly winning winning is gone out the door But I mean three hundred million dollars. A lot of cash. We had this conversation today on the beach. Actually you and I. We're like. Because Trevor Arms, just cutting gauge and. And you're like. She set for life and I was like not real yet, and he's like no, she is I'm like. Kinda right because no matter what the first pick in the draft is going to sign eight guaranteed thirty million dollar contract in the NFL. You don't have to get to a second contract to be set for life. You just got handed thirty million dollars. You're chilling your Chilin. I'm going to not survive on thirty million dollars. You're boozy bitch, so for everyone listening. You're probably thinking the same counterarguments that our family was, and they said you won multiple championships number one. How only making thirty MIL number two? You'RE GONNA get a ton of endorsements so too I think even for them bleeds a little. Hi I'm talking like your tenth man and your Journeyman League. You happen to step foot on a couple of title teams, and you amass thirty million over ten years three million A. A year, really really rule player sponsorships won't be there. You gotta think of it like that in that situation, I'm also taking the three hundred Mil. That's generational. That's the wealth we're talking about here. There's no doubt you can take a thirty million dollar contract in that incident more money, but three hundred Mil. My kids kids kids are good, and so is my mom's grandmoms. Mom, who is now subscribe to the pots off, I'm not even to mention not even to mention if you're three, if you if you can make three hundred million dollars in a sport that a team is willing to give you that chances are pretty fucking good. That means you're still going to get endorsements without a doubt. You're going to get probably more endorsements in thirty minutes thinking about it. You're essentially saying. Would you want to Mike Trout? Sam Bradford. Ca Sam Bradford just kept getting paid his entire career. Yeah! I! My child has played in one to three hundred million career. He's over. He's over one hundred one hundred twenty something. I know he's a thief. Some WHAT THE HELL INTERNET GRAPHIC! This one was presented to us on instagram. It's one of those pill ones. You can only pick two pills to add to. What are we adding this to ourselves to our to like a Standard Mba guy? Would, he think. Think you're just combining. What do you think would be the best deal? Okay? The best duo base off these pills Kyrie's handles Taco falls height dame lillard Clutch Gene Kouzmines wardrobes Zion's dunking ability twice defense hardened. Step back. Lebron's bass by Q. Steffes jumper. What's just throw coups mas wardrobe down the toilet. I'm not trying to dress like a cross dresser, okay? Also. We gotta always due process of elimination. Dame's clutched dame hit to shot in his career. Slow Roll I'M GONNA go. Kyrie's handles the best in the league. Probably not by like some insane amount, there's other great ball handlers and is. I think a consensus. He's not an elite elite elite defender. He's obviously a top five. So that leaves tacos height. Lebron's IQ setback Dunkin stuff's jumper, would he will? This is a absolutely no brainer S- lebrons Iq. Was Steps Jumper I disagree I. I. I know you. Like I don't think there's any I. think you're totally the minority with your answer? But you're taking the smartest basketball player ever and the shooter ever come on so Steph Jumbert definitely probably the best trait on here, lebrons I cue. It's high, but and. No! No, no Jackie the MRS smartest player. Sure I'll give you that. But how much smarter is he than everyone else on the floor. Like how much smarter is he than? Steph curry when it comes to Jack? There was a clip that there was a clip that went viral few years ago that he remembered the bootlace Yeah Sean mcvay hang out a lot like now, he he told one of his opponents on the wizards where he needs to. To stand on that amounts fly because he was in the wrong. Because a social media viral, and like I said out, give you Lebron is a greatest Iq ever just for the sake of this I. Don't think there's not other MBA players out there. who were really really really smart? We've just always heard about Lebron's IQ. We never really heard about anyone else's because they don't get the support like you know Lebron fence deliver for Bra so. I- Lebron. Haters try and pin against him. I I've already said he's the top I Q. The question is how much like Steph jumper to me. That much better much. Better than the second. No. Lebron's IQ is the same gap. I don't know about that. All right I'm going TACO false high. It was ions Dunkin Ability. If TACO could jump like Zion I. Don't think you could stop him. You would have to. You'd have to technically like He. He got into the paint..
SXSW Will Go On Despite Coronavirus Concerns
"Welcome to the frame. I'm John Horn every year. A few hundred thousand people gathered in Austin Texas for south by southwest. It's an international festival of music film and Technology but with the threat of the corona virus at hand. Some people are saying that bringing massive crowds into one place could be a very bad idea. Facebook twitter Amazon and a few other tech and media companies. Already have dropped out of the festival which starts on March thirteenth. South by southwest organizers. Say they're nevertheless moving ahead. Dan Sullivan is a writer for Texas monthly and he joins us from Austin Dan. Welcome to the show for having me so before we get into the impact of the corona virus. Let's talk a little bit about just. How big south by South West is in terms of its physical presence in Austin? How much are people's lives affected when the festival comes to town? Well it's huge. It takes over a giant chunk of the city several miles especially the downtown area but also beyond that it does have a huge impact. Let's talk about some health. Concerns from people who live in Austin and online petition calling for a total cancellation of south by southwest. West has more than forty thousand signatures. I've been to south by southwest. It's been a number of years but like any popular gathering. There are a lot of people in a lot of lines it can be getting into a movie can be getting into a club getting into a restaurant. You are very much cheek to jowl with a lot of your fellow festival guests and I guess that's something that a lot of people might be concerned about. It's not just that you're inside venue with a lot of people. But they're massive crowds basically wherever you go on all the streets and a lot of public spaces. Yeah that is a very real part of the concern is that it's just going to put a lot of people in close quarters. The festival did talk today about potentially encouraging people to be further physically apart from each other whether that means capping the capacity at venues or starting a standing in line protocol. I don't know specifically but it's something that seemed to be aware of the head of twitter. Jack Dorsey was scheduled to speak but he's since cancelled. Because of the company's concerns about the corona virus in fact twitter said in a statement that it was cancelling all quote non critical business travel and events unquote. Who else has bowed out so far. We've seen twitter facebook Amazon Amazon Entertainment Amazon studios when out today. Tick Tock went out today. A measurable which usually has a pretty sizeable south by South West presence. Cancel yesterday. There's probably more to. We're talking with Texas monthly writer. Dan Solomon about south by southwest and concerns over the corona virus. I WanNa talk a little bit about the economic impact of south by southwest. Obviously there are a lot of hotels and restaurants that benefit but it seems from your own reporting. There are a lot of smaller businesses. That really rely on south by Southwest Festival didn't happen they'd be in a big amount of trouble. Yeah that's absolutely true. One thing that it's kind of hard to break apart is south by southwest rise with the rise of Austin Austin city of that is rapidly growing population and that growth has coincided with the rise of south by southwest. And so you've seen a lot of people and a lot of businesses that factor south by South West heavily into their business models. So you've got caterers. Who opened up operations because they knew that every march they could pay a third of their monthly bills. Off of one week I talked to all sorts of people who have jobs that you wouldn't think of as a south by southwest thing carpenters and pedicab drivers and people who rent Porta potties. And all of those people really do count on South by southwest as a huge part of their annual income. I think it's also important to note that south by southwest can be an important launching point for musical acts and for movies right now. I think there's about one hundred world premiere films including new movies from Judd Appetito. There's a documentary. About the Beastie Boys New King Arthur movie with Patel. I'm wondering in terms of its impact in the conversation about art and artists. How important would you say south by southwest has become? It's huge. I mean especially. The film festival has been growing every year and people like John. Appetite Tau like if he can't premier his movie at South by southwest any other film festival in the world would be happy to have him but there are a lot of people who get a benefit from small filmmakers independent filmmakers short filmmakers who get a benefit from premiering their phone at the same festival judd appetite out of festival with the prestige of south by southwest. And that would be. It'd be really difficult for people who are counting on that premiere to make connections to launch their careers to lose it as far as musicians. Go The festival itself doesn't pay very well but there are all of these events. Historically that happened around the festival often paid for by companies like Amazon and facebook and twitter. Who Get pretty good paychecks? And you'll see bands who wrote their entire tours around going south by South West so they can play. Fourteen shows in Austin that week including official showcase and without that economy happening it really does have a huge disruptive effect on a lot of Art Creativity. That's at the core of the festival the organizers of MIB TV which was set for later this month in France just cancelled that annual television convention. I'm wondering if you have any idea of what the organizers of south by southwest are trying to wrestle with now what is the balance they're trying to strike? I mean. I think that they do have a real concern. Certainly the city of Austin has a real concern if it makes more sense to have everything under the control of south by southwest which can at least institute hand washing protocols and recommended safe distances and have some authority over the people who who come to town for the festival versus just having sort of a chaos festival because all of those bands who booked their tors to Austin. Most of them are hand to Mouth. Starts Musicians. Who CAN'T AFFORD TO CANCEL? Literally they already took time off of work. They're going to be coming anyway. You know people who aren't traveling on badges people who are just coming to south by South West to have a good time a lot of them are still gonna come so I think that a big part of the concern right now is. Is it more useful for south by South West to continue to have control over what happens in Austin or is it more useful to just say everybody stay home? This isn't a safe place to be. And I think that they're legitimately struggling with that. And I'm sure there are also struggling with some very real financial considerations it will be hard to me bound from cancelling something that they've worked on all year. I think that there's a real resistance to that. Just because this is all they do south by southwest project of another organization. They put on this festival for ten days in March and having to cancel it just days before it's supposed to begin. It's supposed to start a week from Friday. I think that's something that they're just resistant to do. Because they've been working on it for a year then Solomon is a writer for Texas monthly. He joined us from Austin Dan. Thanks so much for coming on the
"dan solomon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The cowboys for their first win of the season and yes there on ESPN radio Dan Solomon's call the walk off Homer that gives the Astros the win eleven and a one one split of the first two in Houston the three to win for the Astros in game two of the ALCS is problems qureia walks it off just a Berliner six and two thirds allowed two earned runs on a home run by Aaron judge struck out seven settle for a no decision but is Astros get the win I mean I think it's taking years off my life that's for sure these moments are I mean just I think every championship Romney looked back at least from my experience there's always moments throughout the course of a ball game or series or you know how to how do we win that game what happened and I mean I I think tonight's nothing short of that I think from from whatever bolt and was able to do to the played a Carlos made on the heart of Boston garner that that bounced off on him picking up their hands on strike the home and and and and shutting down the run there and intend them and hit a walk off Homer you know this was this is an incredible baseball game and you know it's nerve wracking from from me being in it I feel much more common the second I'm out of it this is completely different atmosphere I'm I'm pacing yeah I can't hardly watch it's tough the two run home run he gave up to Erin judge the hardest hit a home run overlander over the last three postseasons game three Yankees Astros coming up on Tuesday part of a LCS double header here on ESPN radio Monday it's the National League cardinals and nationals in game three are covered six thirty eastern here on ESPN radio right now sports center all night NFL was all the Texans beat the chiefs thirty one twenty four John Watson ten rushes for forty two yards and two rushing touchdowns in the win for Houston defensive end J. J. watt with our Diana receding obviously getting up a big win here just from a defense perspective would you love from you guys all resiliency you know was.
"dan solomon" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"I have a private tutor for Russian. Why? Because rather than me do the work and guess what are the? I don't know what words, I don't know, and I don't know what words are important. Turns out there six different words for clean and Russian. She knows that. I don't know that and she's eliminated the guesswork and for a couple hundred bucks a week. She'll just take care of that for me. Right. So, and it's the same thing ingenious network. Like, I don't know what I'm not knowing, but when I sit down in a room with a bunch of other geniuses and they do, you're not doing YouTube ads. You gotta be doing YouTube ads like shit. I didn't even know that. Exactly. Strack is like how I encourage people in the audience to ask themselves the question, like whatever your biggest challenge in your life is right now, what would you pay for that problem to go away. Right. And just to fasttrack that problem, let me let me speak to what you just sent her because this is a really important point that someone has to pull themselves out of their own way of seeing the world. And you know, using some selling analogies like Robert Collier who's a copywriter for many, many years ago, the late Robert Collier said, you know, as a copywriter, you have to enter a conversation that's already existing and the prospects might and then there's the if you want wanna sell what John Smith buys you have to see through Johnson is or Judy Smith. So the thing is you are not your own customer and part of in at the same time, you may wanna market or target people that are just like you like for me, I have no problem cutting a check for people that will solve a problem for me into high levels because if you have enough money to solve the problem, you don't have a problem, and then even things in. In, uh, quote from Dan Solomon in there are other people that you know, you'll read reviews about a book on Amazon, and I mean, I've seen it a hundred times where you know, yeah, the book was good, but you know you can. You can find the same information on the internet. Right? And it's like, well, yeah, but I don't give a shit about spending fifteen to twenty bucks or in my case, a thousand or even more right. If it's organized for me exactly saying the right order. Exactly like because there's a certain order to which you need to learn things right. Like I'm not gonna start talking to you about planks constant in less. We've done some basic understanding, physics, right, and ends basic understanding of how light works, you know. And that's exactly what I mean by curated learning journey. And a metaphor that I really like is like if you took a child to museum, you wouldn't take them automatically to the cross all the other exhibits and take them into the astrophysics, you know, what are black holes? No, you would like step by step. Hold their hand. You'd ask like, what's the right. Right thing for this child to learn based on their psychological state, their age, their knowledge level, and then you would check in with them and be like, okay, how did that go? Right? Like you wouldn't just overwhelm your kid and yet so many people overwhelm either themselves or their learner consider the psychological state. And we, I mean you, you've heard like ABRAHAM LINCOLN. I think it was who said that they would sharpen the acts for four hours if he had six hours to cut down the tree, we sharpen the acts. Like by the time I sit down to write my content. I know exactly what's going to be in it because I plan the content so so astutely before I ever write it that it's it's a psychological journey. I'm taking you on a journey with me. Okay, so and for people that as we go through this, I just wanna let everyone know in at the end all ask you to say right now. So if someone wants to learn how to go really deep creating courses, you have, of course on how to use people, find that we have fourteen courses on every aspect of this. So how do you do the marketing funnels for the online courses in the podcast and all that is at branding, you dot com. Demy Brennan. Okay, great goal. So we'll mention that at the end..
"dan solomon" Discussed on KOMO
"Is any school usa that is not a dirty school that is an average school so in water or your friends not necessarily antibacterial soap some say regular soap is better and here's something i did not know kids can be contagious longer than adults so if your kid has been sick keep them out of practice for at least twenty four hours after their fever has subsided that's abc's nick wad president trump declassified the republican memo alleging alleging political bias and the fbi against his administration is now been released online abc's karen travers at the white house with reaction president trump declassified that controversial republican memo today and without getting into the details of what it contained heat seven the oval office that a lot of people should be ashamed i think it's terrible you want to know the truth i think it's a disgrace what's going on in this country i think it's a disgrace president trump authorized the release of the memo with no reductions despite an aggressive effort by top leadership at the fbi to get him to keep it classified sources told abc news the fbi director christopher ray feels quite strongly that the memo as written is misleading karen travers abc news the white house and there is a report for the bush americans did think much about nuclear war until north korea sorted threatening that it might actually happen later today the pentagon it out saying how and when the us would approve a nuclear strike abc's andy field reporting from washington the pentagon will ob dave its nuclear posture review for the first time at eight years it's a 75 page report explaining when the us should use nuclear weapons and how many of the country should have the military state energy departments begin creating the new policy year ago and despite the president's goals rowdy more nuclear your weapons the joint chiefs vicechair says the new plan is no different than it was under president obama andy field abc news washington vice president pence set to stop in alaska stopping on his way to south korea where he'll lead a us delegation to the winter olympics he is expected to appear joint base elmendorf richardson he met with senator dan solomon this week discussing military capabilities and missile defense in alaska colorado time eleven taught he is targetting propel insurance business update now and there's more trouble for virtual money abc's jim ryan tells us about an overnight slump for bitcoin in the midst.
"dan solomon" Discussed on WGTK
"The answer murdered jury award but uber spending today with me senator dan solomon from the great plate of alaska joint may marine veteran combat veteran also hiault native and we're very confident about the draft are you look into josh elnour becker mayfield senator solomon well you know you good good to be on the show again oh sixteen for the browns um so they need a franchise quarterback i think you and i have discussed this numerous times so i'll leave it to the scouts to figure out who that's going to be but they got hick why that's the answer right they got to pick the best one yeah they scouted the experts do it that brings me what an area of your expertise uh people do not know what is going on between the united states and turkey right now it's very deeply troubling i'll be talking about it with admiral stavridis on my saturday msnbc show what do you make of this situation how explosive is it well look i mean turkey is been for decades as you know one of our most important allies and the whole focus with regard to where rda has gone a much more authoritarian much more islamist focus leader has created all kinds of problems but you know they're they're still a key member of nato for example and what they're doing in terms of this military incursion is deeply troubling because obviously we weren't supportive of that and you know just a few years ago turkey would not have taken that kind of action as a nato member member without our i don't wanna say approval but probably approval so we got to figure out what's going on there because if we lose turkey that is a big problem but a lot of the problems are coming from the leadership of that country typically air to one who is becoming increasingly a problem do we need his threatened to attack as syrian town in which american special forces are known to operate with our syrian allies that is a direct threat of military action against likely american target do we need to begin to relocate are airbase which is a massive airbase right yeah uh is circa the that airbases huge and so far they have actually been making sure that were able to utilize it and i mean one of.
"dan solomon" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"It doesn't even get much notice wayne up dan solomon says it in in the new york times this week there's a there's is spread mostly a photograph about what the defeat of isis look like and in in iraq and syria wanted dead updated city because they've gone in there and they just destroyed ice and all the major cities in iraq and so that big achievement and that's what he said he'd do and that's what they're doing dance eleven said secretary mattis said the goal as the annihilation of isis that's the goal it's been done on but we don't seem much about at meanwhile the president says this about the constitution larry cut number three we're here to ensure that we defend this legacy from any threat farner domestic that would seek to weaken our values diminish our freedoms or dissolve the bonds that hold us so strongly and firmly together as our nation has responded in recent weeks to a series of heart breaking tragedies from the catastrophic storms to the devastating wildfires to the horrific mesh shooting in las vegas we are reminded that no destructive force on earth is stronger than the courage character and love of the american people this is a time of great challenge for the world but also a time of great opportunity we can unleash the creative power of our citizens unlock new frontiers of science.
"dan solomon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Has his generals changed tactics so that your life span wasn't very along if you were driving tinkered araca and that's something that no one was willing to say until recently but it doesn't even get much notice when up dan solomon says it in in the new york times and this week there's a there's a spread mostly a photograph about what the defeat of isis look like and then in iraq and syria there's a bunch of devastated city they've gone in there and they just destroyed ice in all the major cities in iraq so that's a big achievement and that's what it said he'd do and that's what they're doing dance eleven said secretary mattis said the goal was the annihilation of isis that's the goal and it's it's been done but we don't see much about at meanwhile the president says this about the constitution larry cut number three are here to ensure that we defend this legacy from any threat farner domestic that would seek to weaken our values diminish our freedoms or dissolve the bonds that hold us so strongly and firmly together as our nation has responded in recent weeks to a series of heartbreaking tragedies for from the catastrophic storms to the devastating wildfires to the horrific mesh shooting in las vegas we are reminded that no destructive force on earth is stronger than the courage character and love of the american people this is a time of great challenge for the world but also a time of great opportunity we can unleash the creative power of our citizens unlock new frontiers.
"dan solomon" Discussed on WGTK
"A little over half the economy and is regulatory power stands for example over the supply of money and and so that big short term an intermediate term effect on what the markets do in fact the chairman of the federal reserve is elected soon and a great on the wall street journal about that this week and threatened by george shelton and and john kogan but they didn't recommend new i recommend which is highly go there john taylor he shot votes here here i second the nomination night guest on the show a lot easier egypt a wonderful guy and he made for that he would be an inspired choice anyway i say a lot it's like once a year for eighteen years but that's but still a lot yeah i've known him a long time and i guess guard him to hardly any limit is in a characters really good but eased one figured out a lot about this stuff about how the fed should to try to provide steady now ability and not try to make our economy grow our can track so anyway he but the government is very important and and trump is unabashedly progrowth business right and he the the tone of politics is altered significantly you know partly because he's prepared to say about any outright thing and that liberate other people to be you know to say things that they've been afraid to say like you know the culture of america under obama had some stray fm you know like people make a living and make a profit at the kind of embarrassing isn't it senator dan celibate and said i may show thursday that rockefeller and it's not being covered because it's been done by donald trump and it's been done because he had his generals changed tactics so that your life span wasn't very long if you were driving tinkered araca and that's something that no one was willing to say until recently but it doesn't even get much notice when dan solomon says it in in the new york times this week there's a there's a spread mostly a photograph about what the defeat of isis look like and then in iraq and syria there's a bunch of devastated city cause they've gone in there and they have destroyed ice and all the major cities in iraq and so that's a big achievement and that's what it said he'd do and.
"dan solomon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"They're gonna get fifty one votes on skinny repeal that may be and what it is but i saw him going and he's a very competent guy and there are competent people rights is a competent guy there it is just the question about whether or not they're allowed to work for a period of a month without incoming and i don't know that we're ever going to get that period of a month i don't think it a month you know it's like he gets couple of days is is the luxury at this point all right so and back to skinny repeal do you agree with me i think they will get fifty roads you don't i i don't i don't and not only that i feel as if they were there really making a hunnam it's the main the white house again talk about getting in the way of then uh using ryan thank the interior secretary tissue avail a notsoveiled threats to mcaskie and fellow vin in alaska that the relationship with the interior hartmann could change because of the healthcare vote while we send us deliver a message expect a wrench but i i wouldn't have done this but here's the problem is that you and i both know mccaffrey pretty well that's not going to move for it that's not gonna move note there that keeps her but more importantly now you have dan solomon on the fat because get read it out zinke for doing this dan sullivan is the one that went on the record in april in in bed late combat monopoly what he did as a combat marine the let us say it that's right anybody at least ask but he will vote for these i think the guy the the one senator i'm not sure about shelley moore capito but i believe she will move it forward i talked to an unnamed congressman from west virginia last night who believes she will vote to move it forward because there is a possibility that the conference committee can actually function as.
"dan solomon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And they even have special headphones was something called nap where audio what is that fellow i nafta so we abstain allergy film music or what exactly know it it if you light loyd fdle fire i gollia war you pretend years fear wondering about security while you're sleeping soundly got extra great door and eight human d at appropriate steps to you in a fairly arquette fischler and what about cleanliness with people sleeping on the day bed solomon says his background is working an operating room selling medical equipment he says the rooms are cleaned with the same stuff they use and o r actually show i like white night with a fixed effect a full that we don't have any win in spoke out it'll great copper copper oh it again laundry but the all weather so it time we could gifts for yet he liked it and it quit in fact he says at night the rooms are fogged with the same germ killer used an operating rooms he says you could do surgery and the rooms every morning so our hightech rubik getaway from all the noise and hubbard charlotte airport and can work or asleep and there will be a shower facility for the rooms as well the price for all this peace and quiet 42 bucks an hour for an hour expensive because pro reagan infinite echoing after that once you get at lower fight props typically people five big fowler uh we have a rate katy perry repetitive work eighty to one hundred twenty dollars was an overnight flat under forty dollars each a pretty good deal o how in god willing extraction around eight we'll be openly or holiday travel that as that's dan solomon with minutes suites talking to our mark garrison the company hopes to have the napping units in place at charlottedouglas by the end of this year as he said there you go can already find it in airports in atlanta and dallas each room comes complete with headphones and a program from nasa that will put you to sleeper help you go to sleep into a you know kinda catnap mode all four 42 bucks an hour 42 bucks they won't back in my tv producer days i remember they we did at a story on not this you know.
"dan solomon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The first part of the day lots clouds otherwise some sunshine 87 hit or miss storm tonight especially early 72 quite a few clouds tomorrow the warm humid ninety is decent chance of afternoon thunderstorms on friday in the upper 80s and right now the weekend actually looks pretty nice with clouds and sunshine middle to upper eighty these i'm meteorologist ray stagich on the weather channel news eleven ten ninety nine three wbt whether effects to get my perks dot com and now mostly cloudy seventy six soon rock eulogy uptown lewis gator say that big fire tuesday and the moral crofty oreo south park was result of an electrical wiring malfunction there should damage estimated rama half million dollars to the house on old barry lane homeowners outta town at the time and nobody was hurt where today five of the manhunt that the national forest nearabroad vard the search for mandala deputies little chase robbed a victim at gunpoint than took off with the victims mountain bike the police either wrenched of the amtra thirty gauge will michaels trooper weaverville she's charged with obstructing the search effort charlottebased snyder's lance announcing hundreds of layoffs though it's not clear value the 250 positions being cut her ensured at the layoffs to be effective by the end of the week accompanies announced plans to open six rentable many rooms for shorter douglas airport travelers catch little learn our between or before flights more this morning and wbz's mike oil the company minutes suites says it plans to begin construction on the suites in midseptember and travellers can rent them by the once they open late this year 42 bucks for the first hour with less expensive 15minute increments after that she yo dan solomon says they're designed to give travellers chance to relax napper get some worked up seventy eight eight it how big or o how we should have a meeting at eight eighty and a half the oath of office sullivan says the sweets come to sleeping.
"dan solomon" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Yeah so yeah i wrote it with dan solomon he's a good friend of mine he off the list here and often um and he race a lot for texas monthly that's how we started ended up there but um yeah and we joke about before and after baylor kinda like what our lives are like um it was a big defining moment in both of our careers and certainly for me because i concentrate so much on that that area fix object and yet happening i was already starting and lead 2013 i started writing about this issue because in late 2013 the quarterback for my alma mater sort of state uh jamus winston it came out that he had been under investigation for eleven months uh four sexual assault that's tallahassee police department it kinda sat on it and not done much within its by the point when i grow you know there was chatter that he's going to win the heisman we were good again for football haven't been good for a few years terrible um and suddenly were remarkable and he's a huge reason for that like we also got an offensive line that year but behind that offensive line was this guy just you know spectacular playing football and and so we not story broke i was paying attention because i care about school but it was also just i had written a piece or the atlantic earlier in the timber sort of talked about these things than i was paying attention to it so i started critiquing i i did the easy thing originally which was critiquing the media right on much easier to other story note by don't yeah not yeah yeah it's still useful and it still g but you're right it isn't as compelling her as difficult as as creating a new dialogue.
"dan solomon" Discussed on WGTK
"The answer getting the way you look welcome back america it's hugh hewitt my anniversary show 35year mary the fetchy mrs hewitt seventeen years on the air salem radio network including a action packed anniversary show which generally similar adam and josh crash how i hotline josh on twitter helo josh how are you good morning you good morning congratulations uh i'm a big anniversary sarah thank you i gotta ask you will republicans get the s i'm increasingly sceptical under the doer die we were for senate republic either hasn't burien the big moment over the research is that there are a lot of angry protestors at town hall every one but republicans hold an dinners carter for that people whose political canada i'm aligned to to get out of it any development that that move closer echo on now i believe that they're going to give their ted cruz on on face the nation yesterday explaining why the crews amendment helps and i believe in and just tell me josh there's a crisis in the country with with ten percent of nevada without any plan thing heller we can't let rural nevada fail rob corbyn's got nineteen counties in ohio with no plans iowa chuck grassley going to have a lot of his state with no plans for individuals and small businesses lisa murkowski as a huge medicaid issue in in alaska along with that dan solomon and and i think of shelley moore capital they've gotta get an opioid relief bill in there how do they not ask art the isn't there a moral imperative to act we'll hugh you're out there if it were members of the administration out there over the reset bake you met very hey i think they would actually be able to move number you're for weighed some of these undecided or or skeptical voters are in and skeptical senators as well um but but the reality is it's been a vacuum on information has been a vacuum of persuasion so they're really hasn't been anything that's taking place from the administration even from some of the senate republicans were saying that they're supportive of the bill to really advocate or really really make the cell in this crucial time periods so it could it still sure but the market a very narrow leaving only republican senator the nothing happened over.
"dan solomon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Three three and make a wise investment in your home some the off lillo them the world is no i will see live loads us thinking on the way you look welcome back america it's hugh hewitt my anniversary show years mary the fetchy mrs hewitt seventeen years on the air salem radio network concluding a action packed anniversary show which generally similar adam and josh crash how i hotline josh on twitter hello josh how are you good morning to you good morning congratulations sheriff thank you i gotta ask you whether republicans get the s i'm increasingly sceptical under the doer guy week for senate republic has been very the big moment over the research is that there were a lot of angry protestors at how every ones that republicans trip to hold in the harder for the if people whose political canada i'm alive to to get out of it any development that led moved closer echo what now i believe that they're going to get their ted cruz on on face the nation yesterday explaining why the crews amendment helps and i believe in and just tell me josh there's a crisis in the country with with ten percent of nevada without any plan thing hello our can't let rural nevada fail rob portman got nineteen counties in ohio with no plans iowa chuck grassley going to have a lot of his state with no plans for individuals and small businesses lisa murkowski as a huge medicaid issue in in alaska along with the dan solomon and and i think of shelley moore capito they've gotta get an opioid relief bill in there how do they not ask art the isn't there a moral imperative to act well you you were out there if they were members of the administration out there over the reset baked that various hey i think they would actually be able to move to number the way some of these undecided or or skeptical voters in and skeptical senators as well um but but the reality is it's been a vacuum on information that in fact liam of persuasion so they're really hasn't been anything that's taking place from the administration even from some of the senate republicans were saying that they're supportive of the bill really advocate for it really really make the cell in and it's crucial time periods so it could it still cast sure but the margins are very narrow the.