38 Burst results for "Dell"

Fresh update on "dell" discussed on Ethereum Daily

Ethereum Daily

02:45 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dell" discussed on Ethereum Daily

"Luxury pseudo swap larva labs and foundation. The aggregator uses universal router for lower gas fees. Bitcoin custody platform Casa announced that it will add support for Ethereum. The integration is expected to launch in January as part of an overhauled version of the app. Casa uses a multi sick approach to cold storage in which users need two out of three signatures to approve a transaction. Casa securely stores one of the keys for users. The multisig approach helps users recover funds in the event that one of the keys is compromised or lost initially, the service will only support Bitcoin and ether with ERC 20 token and NFT integrations to be decided on at a later date. Previously, Casa has been a custody platform focused exclusively on Bitcoin products. Noses chain validators are required to update their nodes ahead of the bellatrix upgrade, the network is set to undergo the merge on around December 7th, which will transition the network's consensus mechanism from proof of authority to proof of stake. Nodes are required to run both in execution layer and a consensus layer client. Validators who fail to update their nodes will be hit with inactivity penalties until their node is updated, dap node packages have been released for nether mine, teku, web three signer, and lighthouse clients on the network formerly known as xDai chain, noses chain is an Ethereum side chain that provides low cost transactions. Mantle network unveiled its modular layer two network promising low fees and high security guarantees. Mantle combines a data availability layer with rollups to power hyperscale daps. The network will use eigen layer for its data availability solution akin to a validum mental executes both computation and data storage off chain. Eigen data availability introduces a restak mechanism that allows layer one eth stakers to secure the data availability layer by restating a peg the asset on layer two. Mental network was initiated by bit Dell and plans to use the Dallas bit governance token as its native gas token on the layer two network, mantle is still exploring optimistic and ZK rollup network designs. And lastly, daylight a dashboard for discovering while abilities raised $3 million in a seed funding round led by chapter one and framework ventures, the round also included participation from open sea ventures 6 man ventures and sea club ventures. Daylight plans to use the fresh capital to hire a lead backend engineer and expand integrations for the dap. This has.

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Fresh "Dell" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh "Dell" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"This. Dell client solutions make adaptive performance possible. CDW makes it powerful. Learn more at CW dot com slash Dell clients. Whether we get in the morning may not be the weather we get in the afternoon. Welcome to Washington. Freezing rain moving into our area temps are expected to nosedive. Get the latest storm team four updates every ten minutes on the 8th. Everything you need every time you listen. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and innovation forward. They have 7 45 in time for Dave Johnson. I think it's okay to wear your TV USA Jersey who worked today United States at the World Cup and four men's national team captain John args. It's not like they're wowing anybody, but at the same time they're not in fear of anybody. And fearless goal by Christian bliss in the one zero win over Iran heard of the blade but says he'll be ready to play Saturday against the Netherlands at that goal also showing that inner drive that passion, like how badly do you want this. And so I think that's starting to show. It's going to get only more difficult. So keep your Jersey. Capital is 5. One win last night in Vancouver at Laura zeller. I think one of our best road games of the year, if not maybe the best one. We came out with a high pace. We're on the puck swinging our one on one on one battles. We were playing fast and we never took our foot off the gas and it was a really good 60 minute effort. That looks Ovechkin, two goals, four or three road goals for him. That's most all time. Marilyn 79 54 win over Louisville, 7 of those and all 7 wins by double digits. Head coach Kevin Willard. So this team is working extremely hard to have a great attitude to fund the coach. They're fun to watch play. Bridgette is 6 of them after 70 68 when I'm a Michigan American wins over all but a, hey, the wizards Anthony Gil noticing the team's leaders. They're not coming to the sideline. Get me the ball. I need the ball in order to get me my point. And not a selfish team. Play the nets tonight. From New York, Dave Johnson, WTP sports. 7 47 now two reported attacks on women and Silver Spring have gone unsolved for more than four decades. Now, however, a man is under arrest. Montgomery county police say the crimes happened in April and June of 1981 in the first a woman was raped and DNA collected in the second a woman was sexually assaulted and elements of the crime and the description of the suspect were similar to the other attack. This year, cold case investigators entered DNA from that first case into a national database and they got a match. 65 year old Marion Edward Pearson junior, who was convicted in North Carolina for a series of rapes, was arrested Monday in that state. Montgomery county police say he used to live in prince George's county, and they think there may be more victims. Michelle bash WTO news

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Fresh "Dell" from WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:06 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "Dell" from WBBM Newsradio

"Problems in the northwest suburbs 80 eastbound heavy from Harlem into that works on at I 57, no major northwestern Indiana delays from the metro traffic center next report at 6 O 8 news radio 105 9 W BBM. We have a lot of clouds to start today. We'll get some sunshine in the area later on, though, on a really, really chilly day, especially compared to yesterday, high around 30° wind chills in the teens throughout the day. Right now, 25 at O'Hare 26th downtown, the wind chill makes it feel like just 16. Featuring the news that matters and breaking news at any time from the 5th third bank studios, making banking of the third better. This is Chicago's news traffic and weather station. News radio one O 5 9 WBBL. Coming up in the next half hour on news radio, wbm it is going to be a day for a heavy winter code AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore will have the very latest Chicago's winter overnight parking ban goes into effect tomorrow morning plus a new drug seems to slow the progression of Alzheimer's. There are side effects, though, the latest coming up from CBS News business, S&P futures up 9, NASDAQ futures up 48 points. We have some clouds at the start of the day, sunshine on the way, bitter, cold, though, high of just 30 with wind chills in the teens throughout the day, very, very windy, gusting up to 35 miles an hour right now. 6 o'clock. This is a CBS News on the hour sponsored by Dell small business. I'm Deborah Rodriguez in New York, new hope this morning for people in the early stages of Alzheimer's. The clinical trial results showed that the cannabis slowed the progression of

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Grizzlies' Brooks tossed as Payton breaks elbow

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Grizzlies' Brooks tossed as Payton breaks elbow

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Florida Panthers win 7th straight, beating Predators 4-1

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 8 months ago

Florida Panthers win 7th straight, beating Predators 4-1

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Nuggets beat 76ers...2 losses in a row for Lakers

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Nuggets beat 76ers...2 losses in a row for Lakers

"AP sports I'm David Schuster a lot of great performances in the NBA Monday night none greater than by Minnesota's Karl Anthony towns scored a franchise record sixty points as the Timberwolves defeated San Antonio elsewhere Trae young had forty six points in Atlanta's win over Portland and rookie Evan moblie had his high of thirty points as Cleveland defeated the clippers other winners Denver Charlotte Golden State Sacramento Toronto and Milwaukee baseball news San Diego shortstop Fernando tatis junior will be out up to three months with a broken wrist Oakland dell first baseman Matt Olson to Atlanta Cincinnati traded Jesse Winkler to Seattle and Mets pitcher Jacob to Graham says he will opt out of his contract after the upcoming season thus becoming a free agent and go off the much delayed and weather played tournament Players Championship went to Cameron Smith who shot a final round sixty six and picked up the three point six million dollar first prize and in hockey Lawson Crouse had a hat trick in Arizona's five three win over Ottawa I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Ryan's first career hat trick leads Oilers over Florida, 4-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Ryan's first career hat trick leads Oilers over Florida, 4-3

"Derek Ryan's first career hat trick led the Oilers to a four three win at Florida Ryan completed his hat trick by giving the Oilers a four two lead late in the second period make a casket and turned back forty four shots including a breakaway stop of Carter Hagee midway through the third period Leon rice I don't match his thirty sixth goal and Connor McDavid had two assists as the Oilers improved to six in two under coach Jay Woodcroft Florida has dropped three in a row for the second time this season Alexander Barkov scored twice in a time when dell had a goal for the Panthers I'm Dave Ferrie

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Nadal wins Australian Open for record 21st major title

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Nadal wins Australian Open for record 21st major title

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Curry and Warriors rout Mavericks 130-92

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Curry and Warriors rout Mavericks 130-92

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The Highlights of the Trump Presidency

The Larry Elder Show

01:03 min | 11 months ago

The Highlights of the Trump Presidency

"You know, I was naive enough to think if Donald Trump got elected that after he governed and people realized the world wasn't going to explode and that he wasn't going to take away people's rights. The people would calm down and take a look at the economy, calm down, take a look at the borders. Calm down, take a look at gas prices as you have. Calm down, take a look at Dell the things he's done for people of color. Whether it's pardoning Jack Johnson or supporting school choice that black and brown parents in the undercity want. Whether securing the borders to prevent illegal aliens, particularly those who are unskilled from coming into this country and competing for jobs, that would otherwise be held by people living in the inner city with high school, or less education. And preventing them from putting down what pressure on their wages, whether it was standing up to the Chinese, whether standing up to NATO and getting the NATO allies to pony up the percentage that they're supposed to pony up. Something that both George W. Bush and Barack Obama complained about, but did nothing about.

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Curry gets NBA record for 3-pointers, Warriors beat Knicks

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Curry gets NBA record for 3-pointers, Warriors beat Knicks

"Stephan Stephan curry curry set set the the all all time time NBA NBA record record for for career career three three point point field field goals goals as as the the Golden Golden State State Warriors Warriors defeated defeated the the New New York York next next one one of of five five ninety ninety six six curry curry had had a a three three point point shot shot barely barely a a minute minute into into the the game game to to tie tie ray ray Allen's Allen's mark mark of of two two thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred seventy seventy three three three three pointers pointers then then broke broke it it with with a a high high arching arching shot shot from from the the right right elbow elbow with with seven seven thirty thirty three three left left in in the the quarter quarter the the game game was was stopped stopped for for nearly nearly four four minutes minutes as as curry curry was was embraced embraced by by Alan Alan his his father father dell dell and and many many others others curry curry finished finished with with five five three three pointers pointers in in a a team team high high total total of of twenty twenty two two points points Tom Tom Mariam Mariam New New York York

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Anti-vaccine chiropractors rising force of misinformation

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Anti-vaccine chiropractors rising force of misinformation

"Anti vaccine chiropractors are rising force of mis information a sold out convention in the Wisconsin Dells discussed bogus claims about the health dangers of mask wearing in vaccines it was organized by chiropractors an AP investigation found chiropractors touted their supplements as alternatives to vaccines donated to anti vaccine organizations and doctors notes were written to allow patients to get out of mask an immunization mandates this is a small but vocal minority many chiropractors advocate back scenes a chiropractor in Michigan Kyle McCamey tells patients on a pediatric intake form if you would like information regarding the dangers of vaccines and how to refuse them let us know the line includes a smiley face emoji I met Donahue

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Adele Is IG Official With Rich Paul

Daily Pop

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Adele Is IG Official With Rich Paul

"Guys as dell has gone instead of their show with her new man rich paul. They went to a wedding together over the weekend and adele shared this photo from a photo booth snapshot looking gorgeous now. Adele rarely even post pictures of herself. So this is a huge deal. What were your first thoughts and you saw this. I knew this was coming by the way i after she did that. Whole with the braids like she was and the jamaican flag outfit. See that was coming right here. If adele's happy then why shouldn't we all be happy for us. She went through a wedding that of marriage that failed. Come on now. I knew right then because you say once you go black cleveland. I've known hjelm love him. He came up through the ranks. Lebron wanna lebrons boys. I'm so proud of him. And i'm i'm happy. Happy for him. And i can't wait to hear her new music. Because tail is going to go from sending the little sad solves. She goes star singer. Some being make the status. Oh yes watch this.

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Ravens Honor the Late Michael K. Williams With Omar Whistle From 'the Wire'

The Dan Patrick Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ravens Honor the Late Michael K. Williams With Omar Whistle From 'the Wire'

"David. Simon he was the creator of the wire walked into the stadium last night for the ravens win over the kansas city chiefs. He got to hear the omar whistle from the wire. They played that in the stadium last night. So the sound of omar whistling to farmer in the dell as they had their opener last night. It was pretty cool pretty cool moment. There is david. Simon said it's the little things that are going to get me. I guess but michael is going to last but Omar one of the great characters. Michael k williams found dead and At age fifty four. That was a couple of weeks ago.

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Verdell, No. 12 Oregon Stun No. 3 Ohio State 35-28

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Verdell, No. 12 Oregon Stun No. 3 Ohio State 35-28

"A mid season enter conference ranked match up in between the third ranked Buckeyes and the twelfth ranked Oregon ducks in Columbus Ohio ended with a thirty five twenty eight upset win by the visitors the game became an offense of slugfest with one thousand one hundred seventeen total yards combined between the two schools but Oregon won the rushing attack running back CJ for dell and Travis dye combined for over two hundred yards on the ground including for dell seventy seven yard rushing touchdown open up the second half Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud impressed with four hundred and eighty four yards passing Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

"Cambridge before roe v wade and so i know what it was like when women didn't have this choice we couldn't control our own bodies our own destinies here. We are fifty years later fighting the same battle again. It's incredible to think that we would be going backwards. It's the women of limited means women of color women in rural parts of texas who do not have access. This is just devastating. Big no options whatsoever the texas law virtually banning abortion that went into effect today could have an impact on women far outside that state opponents were banking on the supreme court stepping in and stopping the measure from taking effect. But that didn't happen as political sums it up the court's decision to not act on an emergency petition from texas abortion. Clinics comes as the justices. Prepare to more. Broadly reconsider the right to an abortion. It established almost fifty years ago. Back with us tonight. Eugene robinson pulitzer prize winning columnist for the washington. Post and susan dell persio of veteran political strategist boast are msnbc analysts. Thanks to both of you for being with us susan. Let's start with you. There are a lot of people who fully know that. Republicans at a state level have been attempting things that are either faints or real attempts to to place restrictions on abortion for some years now but this has surprised a lot of the fact that something that feels very much like a total ban on abortion could actually get past the supreme court. Absolutely i ate it. Is it's sending shockwaves especially to a lot of the republicans who may instead like yes. I'm pro-life but you know roe v. wade's the lay the law of the land and they also believed in Exceptions to incest rape which this law does not have this is the harshest law that i think republicans could ever see coming and at this point i think even some republicans are going to have a hard time getting behind it. Come twenty twenty two

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Windows 11 Is Coming This October

Talking Tech

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Windows 11 Is Coming This October

"He c- fans pc owners market calendars on tuesday. Microsoft announced. it will start rolling out windows. Eleven the latest version of its operating system for personal computers on october fifth. It's a free upgrade and it will become available on eligible windows ten pc's npc's preloaded with windows eleven. The company said on tuesday. The tech giant plans to stagger the rollout. So it's not going to be on october fifth every single computer. That's eligible get windows. Eleven is going to get it. They're going to stagger it out and consider factors such as hardware eligibility reliability metrics age of the device in a lot of other different factors. microsoft expects all eligible. pc's to get the opportunity to upgrade to windows. Eleven by the middle of twenty twenty two now of course. Several device makers have already put out windows eligible devices that are we ready ago once windows. Eleven launches acer dell samsung lenovo among them windows ten p. owners will get an alert letting them know when they're ready to get their upgrade

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Why Remote Work Could Last for Two More Years

Anything But Idle

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Why Remote Work Could Last for Two More Years

"The next one. He an article from the wall street journal. Remote work may now last for two years. Actually i've been having a lot of conversations in the last seven days about this From both sides some executive flying some some none excecutive client looking how their companies has been continued pushing. They're now pushing to january or february and that basic makes two years. You're not close to the case. Being two years out of office gave we survive. We grow the business why they want to buy and there is a lot of people. You know asking sinus interesting. Because when the beginning of the pandemic we discussed that around thirty three percent in each group you know the people like me who many years ago walkaway from dell food to people who were going to discover okay. I really like this working at home. People like what we mentioned into prior on a condo us group of people who are counting the seconds to get back to that world to live to their an old this. What is interesting is there was more movement doors that middle category that. I don't want to come back. I want to find a hybrid solution. Go once in a blue moon but not every day but still have the opportunity to buy than any of the other two extremes at least for the people who i have informally Question about it. Then he's really interesting for me because he's like okay so you discover now we have cake and now you want to make sure you make the cake i needed to so you don't want to go to the office but you want to. Have they office or when you went into go It's not how it works. It's still this is getting worry for a lot of people because there is. There is a lot of really valuable people who has been buried vocal about. I am not coming back or you figured it out or i will say that

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Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time

Ante Up Poker Magazine

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time

"Invite our good friend. Ben irwin's rector poker operations for thunder valley known as for a very very long time to be our guest today. So we can get you amped up for coming out to join us near sacramento. Yes so ben. how're you doing. First of doing great ninth grade to grade could be on and definitely looking forward to the championship longtime coming and we said it starts officially friday but we know the action got started last saturday. You had. What was a really really interesting satellite. I'm sure other people done it. But i haven't seen it before winners. Got to seize not just won two seats one in the anti nor cal classic which is coming up soon and then of course and then our championship event at the end of the series. I think it was like one in eight. Got both of those seats right. So dell's how how turned out. Because all the tweets made weak- you pack the place. That's exactly what happened. Yeah we we got ready for first or i after a long time and Looking at it and saying you know what maybe a great move to start off would be to put the tour event in satellite and you know get people excited about the series and that's exactly what happens so We ran a couple of steps satellites. You could win your way into that. That three seventy five packet satellite. Get in there for ninety bucks And about sixty people did that and then On the on. Saturday wind up with two hundred sixty three so i gave us thirty three packages wa but the excitement in the air. The room being full The first time in a very long time and It was great. You know what was probably one of the best parts of the amount of people that just said. Thank you for bringing this back. Thank you for doing this and So we're we're excited and looking forward to it. I mean how does that feel to be able to do big tournaments again. It does if we've been very very patient on our end and now to be here and this was You know this is. This has been a staple of our schedule. Now for you know they'll be the seven daniel And you know you go back. I mean heck. We've been holding holding the nor cal. I think for nine years. Yeah so it's It's an event that people know they're used to in the summer You know the summer looks a lot different. These days But when things for sir is there any up here and we're looking forward to absolutely

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Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

Podcast Movement 2021

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

"Other thing about having a website is that can make you cancel proof you know a lot of people talk about cancel culture and you know people getting canceled off of social media and could be both sides of whatever political thing going on but happens now you know and it even happens on some of the podcast platforms so say that you know you've got a lot of audience on. Let's just pick one at random spotify. Okay and spotify decides that they don't like your content for editorial reasons so they remove you from spotify. What happens to all your listeners. That are sitting over at spotify. Well if you've been telling them in your show come to my website. They know where your website is so they can find you and then they could subscribe it another way or just listen right on the website. Whatever they wanna do. But it kind of makes you cancel proof depending on your podcast host and all that. There's a lot of a lot of variables there but for the most part you know even if you're not on any of the podcast apps if you have a website and you generate your rss feed from that website which is another option you have to but That is an option. You generate that. Rss feed from that website. Anybody that subscribed to you in a true podcast app. You not a some some aps like spotify in and others are music laps and they added podcasting. Well that's you know those. Those are a little bit different because they have to ingest your show before it goes out to everybody but a lot of apps out there overcast and pocket cast. There's directly subscribed to an rss feed so that can still happen. Whether or not you're in those directories are not in fact apple. Works that way you can. You can subscribe to a podcast via an rss feed in apple podcasts. And that shows not in apple. It's coming direct so again can make you cancel proof and you know that may be more important to as time goes out who knows but to future proof. I guess maybe be a good way to put

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Why You Need a Website for Your Podcast With Mike Dell of Blubrry

Podcast Movement 2021

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Why You Need a Website for Your Podcast With Mike Dell of Blubrry

"One of the reasons you want your own website. It's you want some easy in you know verbal way you know. This is an audio medium. You're going to be talking to people and most a lot of people are going to find your podcast. They're going to listen to your podcast. But they're not necessarily going to go to your website but if you've got something cool over there or your show notes are over there you know just the show notes that are in in the apps are usually enough so you want a nice easy verbal way to send people to what you're talking about you know so you've got some links. Hey i've this great video. I just did and i want you to see it. Go over to mike. L. dot com. And there it'll be right there on the front page. You know that way. I say that you know. I don't have to have some long gobbledygook link that i sent. Somebody says also you know. Don't don't forget that you know if you have your own website. Blogging podcasting are kind of the same thing you know blogging is just a you know taxed and you had a little audio to it and it's now podcasting so why not throw some blog posts up every once in a while. You have that freedom if you have your own website. You can do that. You can't do that at a lot of podcasts hosts you know you you have to publish an episode to get anything out and sometimes you just wanna put a blog post up

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Lots of subtle and some unsettled jabs at the nba. I will say that lots of your example to me was basically like let's. Let's have the clippers on lakers. Play six times a year. You know it loses its its luster to a degree. Let me ask you a question about the nba as a foreigner who really only going to the nba. When i met. Jj when i met jj crop properly all in. And i'm went to clippers games. You know even from to philadelphia to see you i. I'm proper in where when you're playing. I watch but i'm also not. It's not in my blood. You can tell like foot boy. Everything to me basketball is like it's good. I'll watch it. It's great i don't get it. You play an entire season heart disease and you are playing for a league position of who. You're going to play in the playoffs. That is fundamentally at. Its core slightly a wasted time. Am i wrong like you could lose a game tomorrow. It was not gonna above your funds that the mavericks fans aren't going to walk around upset because there's another game in two days and it doesn't really affect your position at the end of the season. It's all about the players the season. It's all about the playoffs. English football from the first minute of the season in to the last minute. And may you are applying for three points or one point and it's li- for that and it's your opponents not europe it's relegation is promotion and that means everything wins something whereas i've seen fines leaving the stadiums often. Well we're going to be in the playoffs or we throw s season. You know who who potentially sometimes losing games on poverty. Were talking about before you got bed like some of the teams without naming names. Jj the mavericks are playing now. Do not want to win. I don't want to win bed and better off. If they don't win. That would never happen. English never have. There was a game the other day on english football team in six. That was the team. Meetings accommodated was teeming official sick desperately trying to get to force. They qualify for europe and there was a team in seventeen if they lose their down at division. All of next year this was the most exciting game of football you ever gonna find is a game. V versus seventeenth box office in the nba. I'm watching a game like well. They're going to be in the playoffs. they're going to be. These guys aren't to be in the plastic. What's the point of his and that's what the is trying to warrant just bumming. Jj having an existential crisis right now about the last fifteen years of my life. What was the point of. Ben was going i i was just i was. I said this to ben last week when we talked about this. But it is interesting to me when this whole discussion about the play in game or potentially doing like a mid season tournament Similar to like the fa cup in england like our league is trying to figure out ways to be more like european football whereas like this group of owners did the exact opposite so it was just. It's a weird sort of just juxtaposition. Yeah and they're all is no no no we want affecting the domestic game. We're only talking about europe. And that's naive because the domestic game is all about who qualify for europe and who gets relegated. But i would say one thing ben in response to the thing about what we're just talking about teams losing on purpose. People are going to respond to incentives. And if there's no consequences in place i relegation and the incentive is you could potentially get a better draft. Pick since then yeah. This behavior is going to continue. But it's built your league. And i don't mean to come on a polk costas so because i get the nba. I love it. But i i sometimes struggle with it because it feels like it's a it's it's a league it's elite built for the owners and it's league built for business and all american sports though that's not just the the nfl's the same way. Well that's not britain. it's not football. Football is definitely money. Don't get me wrong this huge money. That's in the game but ultimately it's built by the fines and it's for the fans and we don't have a choice if these foreigners are gonna come by off food crops we get it but don't try and change game. You can't do that. That's not allowed. I was gonna do. You think that the american owners not to specifically call them out but because they're used to moving american teams moving cities with no repercussions from anybody. No no protests in the streets league not only certain cases. Leagues actually encouraging. It and helping them do it. Do you think they were. They were naive a little bit in terms of like. Oh we think we can just do this and this happens in the us all the time and even though people in the specific city might be upset about it does really no way of stopping it and they were not ready for like the what what it means to the people like you know they went ready for it and some of them have their phone numbers and they definitely weren't ready for the text but that's for another day. I think they thought that. S- naively i think they thought some supporters would be excited by the idea of us always being in europe whereas i want to be in a competition that i deserve to be. I've earned the right to benn rather than one. I've just been given because my owner is friendly with the other owners. That's the first thing. And the second thing is i think that they were thinking about the international audience they were thinking about. Cbs and cbs would love real madrid vs arsenal every week. But actually cbs but if real madrid an awesome it didn't mean a thing. 'cause it's nothing like that no one cares about and you plan them six times a year. Then actually they wouldn't have been the market there. You can take over a sport where people can passionately about remove passion and expect people still to care so yeah. I think they were naive and look. There's many great things about the nba. Many great great things about the mba. So this isn't me knocking. The nba is just saying. It's two different sports bill onto very different foundations and to try and put one into the other is a square peg around I think that's all very fair. I think that's all very fair Ben this has been awesome. Thank you for the time. Thank you for talking about your career. Full well the last year all the things you're passionate about We really appreciate it. I i've loved being. And i and i have to say i do think i wanna just say one thing before we go. And i'm sorry if i on about leslie moonves grammy's and sippy leagues. But hey listen you got me on a good night concept talking but i think it's i think he's done such a great job with this podcast. I genuinely do. It keeps me occupied an amused and entertained. Uninformed and i think the pair of you is like the new kellyanne ryan it really is. It's it's a magnificent perry oddly to see you both. Thank you for having me. It's always wonderful to see fritzy. Hey thanks so much for listening to our conversation with ben winston all three parts here for the del technology. Small business pod fronts..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Taught a lesson that they shouldn't take fans they shouldn't take advantage of fans as they try to do other week and i'm glad because it was two days. Who's mary upsetting. This episode is just one of many podcast included in these small business. Pod france presented by dell technologies. This podcast conference has been created to encourage and inspire small businesses while covering topics like new business strategies influence or marketing and beyond learn from top. Names in the podcast world. Like jill schlesinger from jill on money rhett and link of your biscuits and many more defined more participating. Podcasts searched for dell technology. Small business pod prince on the odyssey app spotify or apple podcasts at the end of this episode great rant lots of subtle and some unsubtle jabs at the nba will say that lots of your your example to me was basically like. Let's let's have. The clippers lakers play six times a year. You know it loses its its luster to a degree. Let me ask you a question about the nba as a foreigner who really only going to the nba. When i met. Jj when i met jj crop. Li got all in. And i went to clippers games even to philadelphia a couple of times to see you i. I'm proper in where when you're playing. I watch but i'm also not. It's not in blood like you can tell like football is everything to me. Basketball's like it's good. I'll watch it. It's great i don't get it. You plan entire season hop three quarters of a season. You are playing for a league position of who. You're going to play in the playoffs. That is fundamentally at its core slightly a waste of time. I'm wrong like you could lose a game tomorrow. It was above your fans that the mavericks fans aren't going to walk around upset because there's another game in two days and it doesn't really affect your position at the season. It's all about the players the season it's all about the players english football from the first minute of the season in august to the last minute. And may you are playing for three points or one point and it's li- for that and it's europe opponents not europe it's relegation is promotion and that means everything wins something whereas i've seen finds leaving the stadiums and often it's like well we gotta be in the trial or we throw a season you know who who potentially sometimes losing games on poverty. We were talking about for your bed like some of the teams without naming names. Jj the mavericks are playing now. Do not want to win. I don't wanna win. Bed is better off. If they don't win. That would never happen in english football but never have. There was a game the other day on english football wherever the team in six. That was the team meetings accommodated. It's teaming like fifth or six desperately trying to get to force. They qualify for europe and there was a team in seventeen if they lose their down a division all of next year. This was the most exciting game of football. You're ever going to find versus a game. V versus seventeenth box office in the nba. I'm watching a game. I'm like well. They're going to be in the playoffs. They're going to be these guys in the class. What's the point of his. And that's what the owners would trying to some. Just bumming jj out. I'm having an existential crisis right now about the last fifteen years of my life. What was the point of all of it ben. What was going. I i was i was. I said this to ben last week when we talked about this. But it is interesting to me. When this whole discussion about the play in game or potentially doing like a mid season tournament Similar to like maybe like the fa cup in in england like our league is trying to figure out ways to be more like european football whereas like this group of owners did the exact opposite so it was just. It's a weird sort of just juxtaposition. Yeah and their argument is no no. We want affecting the domestic game. We're only talking about europe. That's naive because the domestic game is all about who qualifies europe. And who gets relegated but i would say one thing ben in response to the thing about what we're talking about teams losing on purpose. People are going to respond to incentives. And if there's no consequences in place i e relegation and the incentive is you could potentially get a better draft pick since. Then yeah this behavior is going to continue. But it's built your league. And i don't mean to come on a polk costas so because i get the nba. I love it. I sometimes struggle with it. Because it feels like it's a it's a league to league built for the onus and it's a league built for business and all americans sports though that's not just the the nfl's the same way i'll get. That's not britain. it's not football. Football is definitely money. Don't get me wrong this huge money. That's in the game but ultimately it's built by the fines and it's for the fans and we don't have a choice if these foreigners are gonna come and by off football crops we get it but don't try and change our game. You can't do that. That's not allowed. I was gonna ask you. Do you think that the american owners not to specifically call them out but because they're used to moving american teams moving cities with no repercussions from anybody. No no protests in the streets league not only in certain cases. Leagues actually encouraging. It and helping them do it. Do you think they were. They were naive a little bit in terms of like. Oh we think we can just do this and this happens in the us all the time and even though people in specific cd might be upset about it. There's really no way of stopping it. And they were not ready for like the what what it means to the people like you know. They weren't ready for it and some of them have their phone numbers and they definitely weren't ready for the tax but that's for another day. I think they thought that naively. I think they thought some supporters would be excited by the idea of us always being in europe. Whereas i wanna be in competition that i deserve to be in the right to ban rather than one that i've just been given because my owner is friendly with the other owners. That's the first thing. And the second thing is i think that they were thinking about the international audience they were thinking about. Cbs and how. Cbs would love real madrid vs arsenal every week. But actually have cbs but real real madrid and also it didn't mean a thing because it's nothing like that no one cares about and you plan them six times a year. Then actually they wouldn't have been the market there. You can't take over a sport where people care passionately about. Remove the passion and expect people still to care so yeah. I think they were naive and look. There's many great things about the nba. Many great great things about the nba. So this isn't me knocking the nba. Just saying two different sports bill on two very different foundations and to try and put one into the other is a square peg in around hope. i think that's all very fair. I think that's very fair Ben this has been awesome. Thank you for the time. Thank you for talking about your career. Full well the last year all the things you're passionate about We really appreciate it. I i've loved being. And i and i have to say i do think i wanted to say one thing before we go and i'm sorry if i've rambled on about leslie moonves and grammy's and civil leagues but hey listen you got me on a good night constant talking but i think it's i think he's done such a great job with this podcast podcast. I genuinely do it. Keeps me occupied an amused and entertained and informed. And i think the pair of you is the new kellyanne ryan it really is. It's it's a magnificent parent. I lead to see you both. Thank you for having me. It's always wonderful to see fritzy. But hey thanks so much for listening to our conversation. With ben winston all three parts here for the dell technologies small business pod fronts..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"In europe over the years. These foreign owners have come into the game and they've seen us as franchises and brands which we were working class clubs created by the fans created by local people imbredded in the community that they serve no football club. Whatever up sticks and moved to a different part of england no franchise would ever go. Hey arsenal and now in manchester. It's just not the way it works. Just not the way it was. You are your team. You are your local. I don't have a choice who i support. Me team is arsenal. So i'm arsenal. That's the way but these foreign owners have come in. Various different clubs is abu dhabi owners in not just saying as americans as abu dhabi owners at man city. There's a russian chelsea. There's american owners at liverpool and man united a microbe arsenal. And we've always been worried that maybe they didn't necessarily fully understand what this team means to local people and what it means to the forty thousand in that stadium every single week and the wider community. Because it's not just the forty thousand who care about it. It's the millions in london that care about it and they showed us last week that truly they couldn't have really understood it because they created it was they said without telling anybody without consulting any of the fans twelve elite teams six of them english and only took about the english ones for a second because the six from abroad is a different story. That's an that's that's a whole nother thing but these six mansa emmanuel it liverpool chelsea. You could say those are four of the best teams. then awesome. My team and tottenham eighth or ninth. We're probably eleventh right now. We're in the top six teams. We may be the top richest sixteen in english will. we're not in the toxic. They decided they were pulling the champ. All of our six hours of competition in the champions league the competition. The i've grown up dreaming of one day winning the european championship of i've gone to bed at night crying because we're out of it. When we lost a buyer munich. Powell salonica early shitty teams over the is up one day. We'll get there. But the owners in their great wisdom decided not and they were going to decide to make their only they would basically trying to make the nba where they would take the best teams in europe twenty teams only and every year the same fifteen founding members would always be in this european competition however good they were in that domestically we could finish seventeenth with still being the european league every week and we would play each other five or six times during season. And essentially they were trying to us into a franchise. What does that mean. why is that negative. Firstly it means nothing if you win it. 'cause it's shit tournament the no one cares about no one's qualified to be in it. No one's one their league. No one's finished in the top four of that domestically to be in so it means nothing. It's a meaningless trophy that they're awarding themselves. That's the first thing second thing is when it looks like you're gonna lose it. What does it matter. We're in it next year. We're one of the founding members because all billionaire owners decided. That's how life should be so that for there's no Jeopardy in it is no jeopardy and think there's it as an outsider arkansas by the nba for a while. But let's park that for a second. There's no jeopardy in it checkable. Sorry third of all i remember. Got him a lab. I remember going to milan night. We want when says fabric is sierran scored. I remember that night in madrid whence area read when we want one now. I'm celebrating madrid. I remember those nights. They meant something because those are the games as a football fan. You strive for that what we support the game for they are they are liberal die games. That mean everything. Remember that european cup. We lost a barcelona a played them six times a year. Each one of them. I don't wanna pay real madrid six times a year. I don't wanna play anyone. Six thousand years. Our football works. Let's i'd be we play. We wanna play everybody. We wanna play the small teams because then smooth compete the big teams and then they can qualify for you because that's the fun of foot. Well that's the idea of so. Firstly the whole thing was awful and pointless second of otsu then it also grew it would ruin our domestically and the reason it would ruin the premier league. Is you enough six teams. That had three times the money of all our opponents. And so then you're in a league where six teams have a ton more money than the other fourteen one. I'm fairly to be in. i don't. I don't wanna be in that league. I don't wanna be in a league where it's just pointless but also if we're not gonna win the league because let's say we're sixth or seventh. We've gone off into play for anymore. We're not going to win the league. We don't need to finish in the top. Four qualify for your. We're already in you. You know what. Let's rest the kids. Let's play the kids arrest the big players and instead they're gonna be planned real madrid for the eighteenth time this year. Instead on on saturday football both domestic and european became worthless and meaningless and it broke our hearts because it was people who have taken over our clubs who some of which we trusted. I just categorically. Didn't understand what made the club valuable in the first. They just didn't get the game and so it was a brutal for hours where we definitely thought it was going to happen and it was time but luckily they didn't realize the power of the fan base. They didn't realize there would be riots. Industry safe rights. They didn't realize that the government would bring in laws to stop it and then it got to a stage where our prime minister who. I've never liked but suddenly that week. I did boris johnson saying well they're not gonna be able to use the police the games we know in the eu anymore so we might not let the players into the country. They were coming up with ways of making it incredibly difficult for these owners and it was a decision that was not going out and making football better. Don't think for second. It makes football better. It wouldn't it would have destroyed. Domestic football would have destroyed the european for it also would have killed the ninety two well not nights you mind a six. It would have killed all of the other clubs in football. That had nothing to play for anymore. They had no hope and all the teams in europe who can compete against the real madrid and the barcelona that seem her power tel-aviv. That team pouch salonika. That team slavia prague who could have taken on the big teams and it was all done because they wanted to create create the nba and it was outrageous. I would just say in the end of this runs. And i'm sorry if i went on too but you asked me something. I'm passionate putting. This ran on youtube by the way and just just broken out. You're on this committee. I would say one thing and that is that they came around and they realized are they realized it was a terrible decision. I was pleased with the owner statement up awesome. Where the only club that at least apologize. They said we're really sorry. Willie messed up. Essentially the train was leaving the station. We weren't gonna get on it. I don't think that my football club behind this. And i think that's important if you're going to put this on youtube into because i don't think i think this was instigated by john henry at liverpool. Who's always wanted to european suply by joe. Glaser at man united and by the madrid teams. Who are apps by my real madrid. Barcelona who all broke and need this money because they are in a nothing division with only three teams that can have a compete for unlike english. Over where anybody can win. And so i. I'm glad that it came to an end. I think that the owners of been taught a lesson that they shouldn't take fans they couldn't shouldn't take advantage of fans as they try to do the other week and i'm glad because it was as though who's mary this episode of just one of many podcast included in these small business pod. France presented by dell technologies. This podcast conference has been created to encourage and inspire small businesses while covering topics like new business strategies influence or marketing and beyond learned from top. Names in the podcast world. Like jill schlesinger. From jill on money rhett and link of ear biscuits and many more defined more participating podcasts search for dell technology small business pod prince on the odyssey app spotify or apple podcasts at the end of this episode.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Matters because there's still a chance of gaining a fourth and if you get to fourth you're in champions league and if you're in champions league the next season then you could be paying real madrid and you're in a knockout tournament. That could one day lead to glory. If i could choose one thing to have more than any other in the world. If you said to me right now. Ben got a choice. England the world cup. You win an oscar. Give me some choices. That don't involve my family. Everything will be no. I just want to win the champions league one day in my lifetime. So what i want. I won and i used to travel as jj said when i was at university and even when i was a twenties thirties i free. Twas abidjan two years ago from america to go to that europa cup final. It matters to us so much praying in europe over the years. These foreign owners have come into the game and they've seen us franchises and brands which we not working class clubs created by the fans created by local people imbredded in the community that they serve no football club. Whatever up sticks and moved to a different part of england no franchise would ever go. Hey awesome now in manchester. It's just not the way it works. Just not the way it was. You are your team. You are your local. I don't have a choice. I support me teams arsenal. So i'm awesome. That's the way is but these foreign owners have come in various different clubs as abu dhabi owners in not just saying it's americans as abu dhabi owners at man city. There's a russian owner chelsea. There's american owners at liverpool and manager at a michael arsenal. And we've always been worried that maybe they didn't necessarily fully understand what this team means to local people and what it means to the four thousand in that stadium every single week and the wider community. Because it's not just the four thousand care about it. It's the millions in london that care about it and they showed us last week that truly they couldn't have really understood it because what they create it was they said without telling anybody without consulting any of the fans twelve elite teams six of them english and unless only took the english ones for second because the the six from abroad is a different story. That's an that's that's a whole another thing but these six mansa emmanuel it liverpool chelsea. You could say those are four of the best teams. Then ask no. My team and tottenham tottenham eighth or ninth. We're probably eleventh right now. We're not in the top sixteen. We may be the top richest sixteens in english. We're not in the states. They decided they were pulling the champ. All of our six hours of competition in the champions league the competition that i've grown up dreaming of one day winning european championship of i've gone to bed at night crying because we're out of it. When we lost a by munich or pouch salonika all seems over. The is one day. We'll get that. But the owners in their great wisdom decided not shimano. They were going to decide to make their only. They would basically trying to make the nba where they would take the best teams in europe twenty teams only and every year the same fifteen founding members would always be in this european competition however good they were in their domestically we could finish seventeenth with being the european league every week and we would play each other five or six times during the season and essentially they were trying to tell us into a franchise. What does that mean. why is that negative. Firstly it means nothing if you win it because it's a tournament the no one cares about no one's qualified to be in it. No one's one. They're li no one's finished in the top four of their domestically league to be in so it means nothing it's a meaningless trophy that they're awarding themselves. That's the first thing second thing is when it looks like you're gonna lose it. What does it matter. we're in it next year. We're one of the founding members because all billionaire owners decided that's how life should be so therefore there's no jeopardy in it is no jeopardy and and i think there's it as an outsider arkansas about the nba for a while. But let's park that for a second but there's no jeopardy in it checkable. Sorry third will i remember. Got him a lab. I remember going to milan that night. We went sess fabra guys in sierra read scored i remember that night in madrid when sierra anri when we want one. I'm celebrating in madrid. I remember those nights. They meant something because those are the games as a football fan. You strive for then what we support the game for they are. They are liberal guy games. That mean everything. I remember not european cup. We lost to barcelona it. We were gonna play them six times a year. Each one of them. I don't wanna pay real madrid six times a year. I don't wanna play anyone six years. Our football works. Let's you we play. We wanna play everybody. We wanna play the small teams because then small teams compete the big teams and then they could qualify for you because that's the fun of foot. Well that's the idea of it. So firstly the whole thing was awful appointments second votes then it also grew it would ruin our domestically and the reason it would ruin the primarily as you'd have six teams that had three times the money of all our opponents and so then you're in a league where six teams have a ton more money than the other. Fourteen one unfair leaks being. I don't want to be in that league. I don't want to be a league where it's just pointless but also if we're not going to win the league because let's say with six or seven. We got nothing to play for anymore. We're not gonna win the league we don't need to finish in the top four qualify. For your we're already in you. You know what. Let's rest the kids. Let's play the kids rest the big players and instead they're going to be planned real madrid for the eighteen time this year instead on on saturday. Oh football both domestic and european became worthless and meaningless and it broke our hearts because it was people who have taken over our clubs who some of which we trusted at big just categorically didn't understand what made the club valuable in the first place they just didn't get the game and so it was a brutal for hours where we definitely thought it was going to happen and it was a dog time but luckily they did realize the power of the fan base. They didn't realize there would be riots in the street. Safe rights protests. They didn't realize that the government would bring in laws to stop it and then it got to a stage where our prime minister who. I've never liked. But suddenly that week i did. Boris johnson is saying well they're not gonna be able to use the police the games. We're not any you anymore. So we might not let the players into the country they were coming up with ways of making it incredibly difficult for these owners and it was a decision. That was not making football better. Don't think for a second. It makes football better. It wouldn't it would destroyed domestic football. It would have destroyed the european for it also would have killed the ninety. Well not nice to nice to mine six. It would have killed all of the other clubs in football. That had nothing to play for anymore. They had no hope. And all the teams in europe who can compete against the real madrid in the basle and that team hapoel tel-aviv. That team pout. Salonika that seeming slavia. Prague who could have taken on the big teams and it was all done because they wanted to create create the nba and it was outrageous. I would just say in the end of this runs. And i'm sorry if i went onto. Its but you asked me something. I'm passionate putting. This ran on youtube by the way. And just just broken out your wrath on this committee. I would say one thing and that is that they came around and they realized are they realized. It was a terrible decision. I was pleased with the owner. Statement of ultra awesome. Were the only club that at least apologize. They said we're really sorry. Willie messed up. Essentially the train was leaving the station. We weren't going to not get on it. I don't think that my football club. Behind this. And i think that's important if you're gonna put this on youtube that into because i don't think i think this was instigated by john henry liverpool. Who's always wanted to european suply by joe. Glaser man united and by the madrid teams. Who are upset by real madrid and barcelona who are broke and need this money because they are in a nothing division with as only three teams. That can have a compete for anything. Unlike english for anybody can win and so i. I'm glad that it came to an end. I think that the owners.

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08:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Like a movie. Do you have any like advice on how to do that. And also sort of like come out mentally and one piece when you're dealing with just people that have you know alterior desires and you you have to sort of bring them all together yet. Don't go into it thinking you know best. Because they're in those positions for a reason. So i think sometimes produces and i see it. They'll have an idea for an artist and they'll really want that to get you know they'll really only be able to think like that and actually what we tried to do. This grammy's was with meet with everybody and say look. This is the design of the set. It's getting in the round out really you know i love the what i'm asking from. You is that you perform within this space. That'd be really cool but you also have stay around to watch the other three or four artists in your part because some of the best moments was post malone laughing during what or or barely watching harry or those moments. Were really beautiful. So that was what is awesome. But then i said what are you wanna sing. What are you wanna perform. How do you want it set. And if they wanted our ideas and they wanted off feedback. I would happily give it because i have ten. And if they didn't if said if somebody like taylor swift as an example she such a visionary for what she wants you just go. We'd love you to be you know best. Like how much time do you want you know in the show. What can you and she just delivers it. And then there's other artists who sort of look on you for help ons. You deal with a lot. Like i had loads of conversation with the baby. Zooms guys incredible man. Like i love him. He don't ev some artists. You never see right. They said manager the. Send the publicist. That i wanna know that like you know you. Don't even meet them to the day if you do meet them on the day. They're a bit like his guy. The baby was on every zoom. He was on every co he wanted to. He wanted to talk about ideas. He wanted to brainstorm stuff. It was all his ideas. I i take no credit for it but like you as a producer those sorts of artists. It's it's interesting. You like will them to do better in a way on the show. Because you've been there so brilliant to work with. I think the baby's starman on like he was somebody who who who i knew of course in the lead up to this but never worked with or had the specific opinion other than like light. Somebody's records and the back of it is like i'm all in on the baby. I think the guy's mega style But like so so. Yes you were dealing with a lot of them you know and of course some more difficult than others some more engaged than others But i think that often it's about going. Look you know. This is a big show. This is a big audience. it's a big international and it's the people forget you know. They took by the writing on the night. But you know. I saw joel e. thing the other day performance on the night got whatever it got twenty nine thirty million hits on that conformance on the grammy's and of course you're in however many countries you're in so yeah i mean working with the artists is is something that you just gotta be good at and you just a listen as much as you talk as what i would say in those situations and then and then because you've listened to them you know what they want to get across and if you know what they want to get across maybe you can help them get across a little bit better. Maybe you can improve an idea that they had throw something out. Show them a reference about this and sunday. Then you understand what they want from it. Rather than just always thinking about what you will the show once and i and i hope that the ought to run show feel really great about it and i think they do about that. Is people really love doing it this year and really enjoyed being part of it i want to. I want to sort of changed gears for second. And you and i talked We had a lovely zoom about a week ago. We talked for about two hours needed it. Didn't we need a good catch. We needed to catch up. And you provided me with some color on this super league debacle and i feel like for a lot of American sports fans who may be casually follow european football and the champions league in the ep l. They don't quite understand what the uproar is about. so can you just sort of provide our listeners With with just the feeling because you are. I mean you are probably one of the world's biggest arsenal fans there your home team there. Your home club. you grew up. I think there was a period of your time of time in your life where you went to every single game home and away for a number of years. You once had an arsenal podcast. I believe if that's my member is still going strong. I don't do it anymore. It's football istiklal asked on yes. I was on it for three years. I used to do every day. Yeah yeah can you just provide of some details about why. There was this uproar when these owners tried to make the super league. I'll try it's hard to explain in the same way that it was hard for the owners to understand. What a terrible decision that they were making. Not without exaggerating. It would have been the end of football. As we know it anna. Someone who's been going to arsenal since the late eighties. I would no longer have gone. My football club had this gone through. And i think the majority of supporters would have joined us. It was a decision made for the people who watch on television around the globe and it was a decision that every single person who truly understands football. And i'm not gonna call it. Soccer truly understands football understood how it was the end of the game as we know it. Football in the uk was is a working class. Game isn't about the top twenty teams and the awesome was in the man united's it's about ninety two teams in a pyramid about the top division. Talk twenty one person wins the bottom go down to the next division. There's another twenty than another twenty teams then below that five divisions and every single team in english football can be world base. Every single team can get up that pyramid and win the title. Win the english -ly and that is what's beautiful about three years ago. Leicester city team. That probably most of america at the time haven't even heard of a small team in less than icon begin. Explain who they were a few years before they want suddenly went on to be well as i'm one. The english primarily dot is the most beautiful thing about english football. Anybody can take. That is the point at every single game matters in english football and the reason why every single guy matches in english football is the bottom three teams go down a division. They lose all that. Tv money they have to. They don't plan man united man city every week. That plan brought style and hartlepool. I dunno not plan big. His every game matters every again you go to and you care about and the other reason why it matters is the top four teams in english football qualify for what's called the champion's league and that is where all of the best teams in europe from from czechoslovakia to france to wherever israel to england or of the best teams play each other but the only people who represent england in that is if you're in the top four so that means a team like awesome this season we had having a terrible year every day matters because there's still a chance of getting to fourth and if you get to fourth you're in champions league and if you're in champions league the next season then you could be playing real madrid and you're in a knockout tournament. That could one day lead to glory. If i could choose one thing to have more than any other in the world. If you said to me right now. Ben you choice. England the world cup. You win an sca. Give me some choices. That don't involve my family. Everything will be no. I just want to win the champions league one day in my lifetime one one and i used to travel as jj when i was at university and even when i was a twenties thirties. I two our by jan. Two years ago from america's european cup final. It matters to us so much playing.

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05:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Let's go big. And she was looking at me like i was crazy but i had built up the fortitude to do that from all of this experience. And that's what. I'm trying to provide for people by the way. My dad also hates when i say this that is true. My parents pulled their money out of the market after two twice and probably have lost one hundred hundred maybe even three hundred percent on their money as a result so most no i was gonna say the most important phenomenon in money is compounding even all the way back to albert einstein saying it's the eighth wonder of the world but compounding is just that your money grows on top of itself if you leave your money in the market it grows on top of itself because the market and the american economy keep growing. And that's the most important thing anyone needs to understand about how how to manage their money and the moment when you really need to understand. That is when chick sideways. Warren buffett always says the stock market is taking hands from the inpatient. Putting in the hands of the patient he also says yeah one hundred percent beat be be greedy when people are fearful and be fearful when people are greedy which i think is unbelievably sage advice. Okay so no but what would you say then to the customers that you guys are targeting people with household incomes of fifty to seventy thousand dollars. Who at the present time that you talk about right at the moment of that downturn. Clearly there's different issues that are at risk for anyone in an underserved community now that we know firsthand but i don't know if telling someone doubled down or be greedy at that. Point would be advice that they would be able to hear. So how does that relate to a customer of yours. that's you know rounding up to save. Is it simply. Don't stop rounding up. It might be difficult to hear but you do need to hear it and it might be difficult to do but you should still try to do it as much as you can. And my advice to the person would be if in any way shape or form you can stick with it stick with it and of course there are situations where you need to take the money in their emergency. And that's that's what it is like. We all people have that you know so if you needed for an emergency and you and you have a hospital emergency or whatever. You need to put food on the table like that. That's reality needs to do that. But if if.

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05:05 min | 1 year ago

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"I remember two thousand sixteen. I know that because my kevin's first year in the bay. I'm on the phone with you and you're telling me how you're about to become the ceo of acorns. How did that kind of process come about from originally. You're on the board or you were consulting right one of those two. I don't remember well. So after we were i took a a. This is in two thousand fourteen. Actually i took a. I took a b and actually. I recommend this anybody who can do this. I actually took off. And i. I went to mexico and just lived there for three months and i really was recalibrated like i had to. I had to figure out what it was. I wanted to do what i wanted to be like. I had look back. I started writing business plans and coming up with ideas for new things and it was at that point where i met this young guy. Jeff cotton who had essentially co founded a product called acorns that roundup your spare change and invested spare change into a diversified portfolio and he had just launched it and we just hit it off. I don't know how to say that. That went all the way back to the chase. Plus one product helping students manager their money responsibly. Rather than spend your response things like that. We just hit it off we. We got together pretty quickly. I came back to the united states and we just started working together and you know so it was from fourteen to fifteen where i got really involved in. Goran's a restarted building the company together. I stepped in a ceo and took it from there. We actually founded another company together. A couple of years later called say about shareholder engagement and bringing the small shareholder the system like tesla and alon use it when when when he's doing shareholder events or earnings calls. He invites his this all all the smaller shareholders into the process to ask questions and then he'll answer questions that give voted up from. It could be somebody who owns one. Tesla share rather just the big institutional investors and. That's so we started that. And i and i you know what. Bill built acorns and I think that that was the answer to my question about. What what am i going to work on. It feels important that is important and the growing gap between haves and have nots is totally unsustainable totally unsustainable and frankly a lot of the fintech products out there and people are creating things talking about things that are good for people when you think about actual real money management principles and how to manage your money like these things are not good for people. You know what's good for. People is to invest your money into a diversified portfolio. What's good for people to benefit from compounding stick with it to have a long term. Those are that's good for people. And so i feel i feel really proud that we've built a company in this space that sticks to its knitting sticks to its values and really put the customer first. So you guys have. I read you have over eight million customers. A few billion. I believe an invest invested point seven billion four point seven billion in small amounts of money from every day consumer five dollars. Here ten dollars there a dollar here so it has the focus changed at all from the product he created and that you guys kind of then founded to build into what it is now is the focus of the company shifted at all. It's built on it on top of what it was originally. I mean the original..

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Small business pod. France on the odyssey app spotify or apple podcasts. At the end of this episode. Let's talk about something that was completely unexpected. June thirtieth twenty twenty. So we're just starting to kinda get all this together and to be able to produce this show in a limited fashion. But it's pretty much the same show jacob Gets a call by the way. He's in his car he he's like he's driving somewhere. I think to seven. Pm seven pm call. He gets a call from the fire department and had to go out of town and he gets this call. Oh yeah he was getting ready to go on vacation. Yeah navigation what is vacation meaning like just to go out of town in st be alone in another house. I don't know way was but the fire department says your studio is flooding rapidly because a car has knocked off a fire hydrant in front of the building. And just like okay. When i when i hear that this has happened. I'm like okay. Actually what i heard. The first thing that i heard was that somebody hit this was because it went in the general slack. Somebody saw video of it and put it in general slack. They're like somebody hit a hit a fire hydrant right in front of our studio. And it's shooting water straight up in the air and some of it's getting on the roof. It's like a geyser but what we did not know and and just so you understand. Water is very very heavy and water is so heavy that it has the ability to break through a roof. And here's what happened so we actually saw this video later. You told me the minivan okay. So i'm talking about the. Let's start outside okay. We see footage security footage of a minivan swerve off the road onto the sidewalk. Go run over the fire. Hydrant is knocked away. Like it's just like it's liking like somebody just sweeping sweeping turned off the street. And so and then the van and the fire hydrants keep going and then all of a sudden it leaves just a whole like a geyser immediately just going straight up into the air i mean like one hundred fear mean it was probably probably forty or fifty second video. This video comes from our internal security cameras right. And because jacob is try to hear him until the store he's trying to figure out what it looks like inside the building. Hey we have cameras inside of our building. He pulls up the live feed the first thing he sees is. Is this the foyer right. So this is basically the the lobby and you've got our front desk there. He sees water flowing through the lobby but then he's like. How deep is that water. Well he sees a chair that is from the stage. Where smash shoots Try not to laugh like that stage..

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04:45 min | 1 year ago

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"Got to stop this. He's like if. I told my eighteen year old that he was going to be producing. The grammys in twenty years time and he was going to be like frantic and next stressed about it. He you'd be disappointed in yourself. It's time to stop time to enjoy it. Because you're producing the grammy's and it's gonna be great and i was. I took it. You're right and actually from that moment. I was like you know what it's going to be fine. We'll be great but it but it but it was a burden on my shoulders for quite some time. And then covid added this entire element to it that i hadn't expected that like kazaa emaar. Well it will be fine by january. It's like it's march twenty twenty underproducing the grammy's until january thirty first twenty one. This'll be gone in a month or two and then as it got and fallen off in march i had the idea a year before i was like if it is still covid which it won't be but if it is there's a show in the uk jools holland where all the artists play in the round and they have five stages and they play each other. And it's always been a show that i loved growing up and i was like if covid still go in. That would actually be really cope. I never thought ended up doing it. And as he got nearer. And nearer. I was like. Oh wow we're gonna be doing this so i can't even remember the question you asked me a rambled on. I'm so sorry. But probably not evans turned off now. Because it's not like griffin but ultimately when we were going into this grammy's every element of it again i was like. How can we make this call. Glass half full. How can we do you know what let's do. The awards outside makes everyone feel safer and it looks so much more dramatic and we can have staples in the backdrop and we can have everyone outdoors and beautiful tables and then you know thinking about insights that we don't need anyone in not having the audience means the camera can get up close and personal then i was like. Why do we need famous people giving out these statues giving out these grammy's it doesn't mean anything. Let's get those venues. Shut down the troubadour. The like the the you know all these amazing venues from from the apollo in harlem a how cool would shut the bruno. Mars special in harlem polar few of cbs. And i fell in love with that venue and there was this guy that who mr apollo. He's eighty years old. He's worked his whole lot that let's get him to present. You know best artist best album. What have we got into present and suddenly it was actually all of these elements were like can make this show better and so when i started doing that then i started getting excited about it. Then james his pep talk helps and then. Yeah look the reviews. Yeah it was it was. It was amazing. I woke up like six in the morning the next morning. And i i'd gone out a off to the grammys. I went and had some drinks with harry who had one. Who's a friend of mine. Is you know giant. It was his first. He opened the grammy's and and we've been friends for many years and he's one of the closest people to me. We went out and had a drink to celebrate. My first grammys. His first grammy and it was a very much like moving emotional night. And i go into bed about three in the morning and then because at a low wine woke up at six and i was asleep and i woke up and jeff as of my friend had texting me. The rolling stone says the best grammy's ever and it's not even close and i genuinely was like not sought. I remember thinking that is such a shame that this is a dream because that would be so cool if that was real. But it's about how it didn't even. It doesn't even read well as a headline so there was no part of me that thought it was reality and i just went back to sleep and then ruby my daughter for years old jumps on me at seven and then i saw my friend i was. Oh my god. I saw that during the night and i thought it was fake. I thought it was just my brain fantasizing and so yes sounds arrogant talk about but i was. I was really. I don't mean it. In that. Way i just mean it in. It was It was payoff for something that. I've never worked harder on anything than i did that for a year dreaming about it thinking about it making sure that everything was perfect working out the running order you know will award should go where and you know. Even the video is about as i. We were my me and my team and wasn't just me jesse colin. Ross kapoor for team and josie juicy cliff hamish. Hamilton patchy minson back team just worked their arses off and so those reviews. Were really beautiful to see it. You know it doesn't matter does. Thanks for listening to part. Two of our conversation. With ben winston. You can check in on friday to listen to part. Three of ben winston..

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04:30 min | 1 year ago

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"We were in the nba double. If i'm not mistaken right. Yeah we when when covid hits I think you know wherever is march eleventh or whatever it was we went home obviously way everybody else old. A lot of the other late night shows when on straightaway lay went on. I remember stephen. Colbert literally everyone. Shut down on the friday. He was on the monday shooting it on his phone. Jimmy fallon came out really fast. Everyone came back and we took the decision not to way to. Cbs's support which. I'm very very grateful for. Actually we took the just to white just a white a beat. It's it's okay if the world doesn't know what james corden's thinking just for a moment it it's lowcock we don't have like we're not like we've got to be on it. We will not okay. It's gonna be alright. Let everybody else go on. And let's see let's just see the lay of the line for a minute and in the end we decided to. Instead of coming on air we decided to spend two weeks working on a one off special wish record home. Fests bringing people together to keep them apart which was a really effective time. Nineteen minutes show that we did for. Cbs james hosted it from his garage. We put proper cameras in there and a unit. We had four cameras. Professional camera autocue. We've gotta we went in one by one like somebody would go in with the cameras that lay it down that leaves. The team will come in that. Lay it down that leave you know we. We did it professionals property because it was something about offshoot we wanted to and by the way when i say this this is nothing against any of the other shows because they didn't incredible job so i'm just talking about the decision we took but we saw jimmy. The jimmy's were doing stuff at home. Stephen was doing stuff in his office. And we were like you know what we're going to. We're going to try and do a little bit different. James was the only one who wore suit and tie every night and we had four cameras that we accounting cameras. There was a how you cutting cameras because we built within that two weeks. We built a studio in his garage. And so we our time. A little bit more which meant technically. We were a bit bit more advanced on that but we rules a desperate to get to the studio so we decided end of about middle of july. We went back to the studio. Which i think we were one of the first batch really and we just while everyone was out we change the shape because my and it's the same theory. I had the grammy's if people are going into empty studios or they're going playing sport in mt. Arenas you immediately go not like it. Used to be miss. Those fans are missed that audience. Or i miss the laughter. So in any of the shows that you're seeing full well make this year. There's no space for an audience we built out. We've built walls. that means. There is no space if you look at. The grammys it was in the round. There was no one was the audience. Everyone went oh. This is fun whereas if we'd done it in staples you just see masses of empty chairs. Thirteen thousand empty seats. Everyone would have been like. This isn't as good as it used to be. So when everything that we're doing i was like build it for now. What is the positive this james. We got rid of the ordinance. Actually where he sits now is where the audience used to be. So the whole thing feels small and intimate. Same with the grammy's make it fill in the round. Make it feel a community. Make people feel part of something. The camera the most important thing in the room rather than the audience. Don't make it with filming an event as the audience. We just filming it. No no no. This is the only thing that matters the camera. A make that what's important so that bled through all of our work and so when covid. Hey we we thought kathleen about what we wanted to do. mainly me. my job is making sure that hundreds of people who work for us paid the us side and negotiate with cbs's brilliant. How we could support people who simply want working cameramen soundmen and whatever else and james was very generous in paying for a lot of that stuff for for a very long time when cbs. You couldn't expectance high any longer but then it was about what let's get back to the studio 'cause then actually we can get people back to work and we can make a really great show and the crew can become the show and so yeah it was about getting people back to work and but not just going. Let's try and do what we've always done. That was the key it wasn't about having look. It's not as good as it used to be. Let's just do it. it was about going. We'll hold on how. How can we make this a bit better. Like what can we do. We've been giving a real opportunity to change things up that's exciting and that's i guess our approach for all the shows we've been making over over covid as hard as it's been some of them haven't been great and i know that but that's always been the mentality it's like let's not just get by. Let's get better..

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05:07 min | 1 year ago

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"I I you know. I reached recruiters and this recruiter. He called me. And he's like. I got a great position for you. Like okay And you explained to me and it was For david fever who's incredible incredible chef And really i didn't really know about news in manhattan beach and i was all about west hollywood and like l. a. And i didn't you know even though it's literally like fifty miles away you know different world. There's a real east side west side. Yeah it's so strange So i went down there for an interview and what is this place beaches glorious. It's beautiful it's like a true beach cd like people magazine is holding surfboards. Walk into the coffee shop like half naked. If you did the on thursday pomona in santa monica they put some clothes on not nearly at the beach you know yeah but like beach city and it was a happy and i was like how come. I've never heard this place. The rock grew up. Now see me. So i applied long. Or did a bunch tastings went through a tasty. Okay walk hold on when you apply audition by cooking. Yes oh for any leadership position yes It's not a pleasant experience. I would say that you know like a lot of chefs. Y'all gonna kill me on my great stuff like it's not. It's not pretty. You know you have to make a list of things you want. You have to give them a grocery list you go into a kitchen beforehand. You prep out but you're in a place you don't know ryan deep spa sometimes as a great spot to work at the corner. We sharing with like the salad guy. And you're like could you use you know and you you just trying to prep your menu out so they can present the next day and are you choosing the menu tell it depends it depends You know so for this one were they like we want you to make this one. The daily yeah. This one was like a two part had never been in one. That was a two part Tasting whereas if you pass this part then you go into the next part and do another tasty okay. Good grief what. What sort of things do they have you made so like the first one was about just Breads a quick breads. Also make us a biscuit. A country bread You know some kind of donuts version does. And then so i came in. I did the interview and they said okay. We like to invite you for an audition. You know so so i go in and it's it's always tough. You know you go in these places. You'll know the equipment you know how the oven works. It's hot as you know And other people are. They're running the risk sharing spaces and they deal. You know it's like someone you're trying to film a movie and someone still in the same set board that you know it's like waiting for mick circa someone else's using.

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"You mean when you were in vegas you worked at geese of walked from last week. Position and executive pastry chef there while they received two michelin stars. Wow that is like the movie among burnt. Have you seen that. That's the one right. Miles with bradley. Cooper and sienna miller. I haven't seen it goes wild michelin star. Any kind of get a little background of what goes into it because there's so many levels of like from service to yes. Degrading love for sure. The maverick dental place that did forbes but not Michelin office but still a lot of things you had to do. Yeah ver- sure for sure and normal that was for you know for a while. Because he had a three star in paris. It was kind of like okay. We need translate everything to las vegas. We need to make it the same. We want three stars. Okay okay and you had that three stars for years if not decades you know and we open when we did that one. Like to the t. Like service the lunar menu everything we tried to make it. You know the same. He adds a lot of pressure. It's you know it's just like it becomes so much pressure that just becomes part of your day. You just work in pressure. You know you worked at the long hours and he just like. Oh that's not right and throw it away again You know it's just like getting things perfect what earns you michelin star like. What are some of the criteria that you're trying to means very much about service very very much about service and about the food that it's impeccable that's perfect innings cooked temperature things you know. It's all by the greek system. You know like by taste and the presentation and consistency. They come back multiple times. See if it's the same experience you know it's it's all these kinds of things they look at your bill. They'll judge emeralds. Actually tell you but like they'll judge you by your glassware and your plates every choice. Yeah because i'm thinking and you walk by it you know it's just grading about overall experience in is just about having that uber elite experience. How many can you get five three three three. So when you get one you like. Oh my god it's amazing. Getting one is awesome. Okay leg your have three in paris yet. Three getting bigger we got to yeah Well it was after year. We've been like pushing so hard and like we knew mission was coming. They were coming to las vegas. The first time and like we were gearing up for like everything that'd be perfect. You know we're working long hours in. Which is we're like you want three stars we had to get this coming And then the The readings came in and we got to stars after a first year and the whole team were like. Oh my god we got started. Amazing like i mean just just two stars in las vegas people. Don't look at las vegas as a seriously lawn. You're not impaired So we're like. Oh my god knows amazing. And then Usa gathers us up. And he's like. I am so disappointed in you. Oh three wow ninety three. He's chasing a very specific dream up.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"All right. Let's jump right in excited to bring you the short series which we were gonna feature entirely around the concept of asymmetrical opportunities if you've never heard that race before an asymmetrical opportunity is one where the risk is low but the possible reward is high so starting a small business on a low budget is a perfect example. Because your business idea might not work out but if it does. There's no fixed limit to growth. In other words. Your risk your exposure is low but your potential growth. Potential success is unlimited so in this series of short episodes three of them. I'm gonna share. Three examples of how ordinary people are exploiting asymmetrical opportunities to radically transform. Their lives and the theme of the whole pod. France is transforming the new tomorrow. And i thought about that and i was like well. The new tomorrow will not be televised. Why will it not be televised. Because it's available on demand right now. You don't have to wait for it. The new tomorrow is being livestreamed. So our first example comes from the uk where a nineteen year old young woman has made more than four hundred thousand dollars naming chinese babies. You heard that right. Nineteen year old woman has made more than four hundred thousand dollars naming chinese babies on the internet. Of course. I haven't had a chance to wrangle her for the podcast yet. We're working on that. But here's the quick rundown. Every story has reported by cnbc so her name is bo jessop. She is just like any other british teenager except for this one thing where she's making hundreds of thousands of dollars by naming chinese babies. Bo was inspired to start the business in two thousand fifteen when she was just fifteen. Initially she provided it for free but after naming more than one hundred thousand babies. She introduced a fee of sixty pence which is less than a dollar or seventy nine cents in. Us currency six months later she had made more than sixty thousand dollars. And since then she has named a total of six hundred seventy seven thousand babies and racked up revenue over four hundred thousand dollars. Pretty crazy right. I read that story. And i was like this is science will school right here. Classic example. and it's an also an example of an asymmetrical opportunity because starting it was super simple. Just made this really really basic website. And then she actually went to upgrade the systems once it became apparent that it was a big hit so no risk in the beginning and huge huge reward in the end so imagine that you have a crazy idea like give english names to babies born in china now. You might be too late for that particular idea. Because she's already got it but imagine you had this one first and you made the website and now imagine that instead of bringing in a ton of money it actually failed like it was a complete bust. Well here's the thing. Your risk was low. Your risk was extremely low and the gap between boom and bust is so massive that if you did have this idea and you asked me about it i would never say it's guaranteed to succeed. Because how would i know. But i would say why not try like why not go for it. What do you have to lose compared to what you have to gain. No risk no reward. No possibility of low grade bust no option for tremendous game. So i'll leave you today with this question. What a symmetrical opportunity can you pursue. This series is just one of many podcasts included in the small business pod for instance.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"There's loads of other amazing showed Including yours tommy to these merit but like this five net ones and so i was very aware of the history and heritage so i flew out to meet him and i was supposed to meet him at seven thirty at sunset tower. And i'm like thinking big moment. And i've like the staying in some hotel on sunset boulevard. I've really trendy one where they have no furniture and they think that's cool. It was one of those. You'll wake up and you think you've been roped and actually no no that's just it's just have a white blanket and like i'm in and i i mean hollywood's of made its tinseltown and and i walk into sunset tower in the french maitre d.'s. And he's you know. Doesn't you know looking at me like i recognize this guy so i'm not going to be nice to him and i'm not go. I'm here to have. I'm here to have dinner with leslie. Moonves and i was nervous. I was nervous. My hands are sweaty. I remember and he's like you're here for leslie members and i was like yes yes i am. Is that come straight. This way silently like everybody else is like pushed out the way. If you're less his guest. Forget about women like just pushed with martini. Glasses to the site and i can see is checking his phone or whatever and i can see in this side of the table and walks across maha. Okay here we go. This'll be fun right like you know i mean leads to talk about this late show and i sit down at the table and i say hey. I'm ben very nice to meet you. And he says it's me and in that good to meet you. You know that four words my heart absolutely sunk. Because i realized in not split second that he was doing a favor to james corden. I realize the in that moment. He wasn't meeting a ferry year old from one year old from britain to take over the late night show on the network. He was meeting it because the guy who had signed to james corden said hey. Will you meet my mate unless he goes shaun. may. And in that moment. I saw embarrassed in a way because i was like i had spent some good money on a jacket but also i was like i was naive to think on that plane roy when i'm traveling first class and sipping champagne on the plane the actually. This was a realistic thing. And i felt like i should. I should have protected my heart in a way and known that this was not necessarily realistic thing. As somebody who's never produced anything in america performant only had credits in britain And of course why wouldn't he say yes to the meeting when your new talent who you've just signed so i saw sat there and he looked at the menu and we small talk for a little bit but i couldn't really get a And he but just for the record. He was unbelievably polite to me. He absolutely i want to say was not rude in any way. I just realized that this is one of the busiest most important men in tv. And i was without question the least important meeting of the day that he had on a very very busy day and about one. A definitely clarify was being disrespectful. Rude in any way. I just felt naive about it. So we sat there and i you know made small talk with him and he also lived. I was up to and was more interested in the menu in a way i was. I was pretending to read the menu. As i was thinking was nydia been and so we order food and something happened inside of megyn that meeting and it's really funny thinking about it now. I saw had been nervous..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"To have that little. Cpa in your back pocket isn't it. Hit is it is one of the one of the things that's interesting about. Cpi being epa is that you learn how much there is to know. And that's what makes a cpa exam so challenging. It's literally like phone books worth of information. But if you're not continuously using the information on page seven thousand four hundred twenty three on a daily basis and the laws change all the time. What really a good is one who knows to ask a lot of questions. They might not always have the answers but they can research that as talk to somebody who does and qualified small business. Doc is a great example of something where you need to make sure that you really seek out somebody who understands the intricacies so another question we got is a really good one. The is about for small businesses. What are some of the best retirement plans. That i can implement. I presume this means that. Somebody's move beyond sole proprietor. And done their ira or roth ira. And now. they're in that mode of like. Okay now i have some money. And i can fund retirement. What are some of the retirement plan options that are available for small businesses. And even if it's just a single operator of that small business it just happens to be cranking. Yeah so there are some real good juicy options there now. It's got a little simpler over time too. But i would say that. The two best options generally speaking we're going to be a solo 401k. Which will you to have sort of this profit. Sharing plan element to the plan. Which allows you to put away. A percentage of your profit for the year and do a 401k. Peace and some custodians even allow you to do roth 401k in the solo. 401k's so that is something that is definitely a great option for most companies. If you have a company that's really doing well significant profits and you're over the age of let's say fortyish let's say and you don't have significant amount of employees. Low employees may be no employees. You can do. What's called a defined benefit plan which will allow you to put away substantially more money the max in the solo 401k. That we were just talking about this somewhere in the fifties. Let's say fifty eight. Yes thank you very much defined benefit plan. Now we're talking about potentially being able to deduct in excess of two hundred thousand dollars off of your tax return to put into a retirement plan. Tell me what would happen. If mark were my employees and i have a solo 401k. What happens you'd have to have a regular 401k. At that point solo is just if you're the only one so i should have clarified that earlier. Perhaps you'd have a regular 401k. Right little more annoying now because you have a layer of expense layer of complexity to the plan a little bit. Let's call testing that. You have to do each year to make plans and compliance for the good news. Is the government's giving us what it's called a safe harbor option. So if you do this for the safe harbor which. I'll explain in a second you don't have. You'll pass all your testing and the way to do that to meet the safe. Harbor requirements is either to a make three percent contribution of the employee's salary so in other words. If they were making one hundred thousand dollars you'd put in three thousand dollars into their plan for them. It's not a match. You have to do it and memorial the employees and then you can put in whatever you want. There's no testing for yourself or you could do a match. What if i have i decide seems like a pain in the neck. I don't want to do all that testing stuff. If i have a sep. Ira et for myself. And let's just say i have. You know three employees..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"On a gun. If you've seen the movie notting hill where the way hugh bonnevilles character. I think is hugh bonneville. He says to judy he says to treat or what was what you do for living says. She's i'm movies. He's like go. Well done i had that. So i'm not said. Jj in the back of his cab. I said so what are you doing. He said i play basketball. And i looked to him like he was an utter idiot. No i mean what you do for a living. I mean your hobbies anyway. No now i play in the nba. Well done good. And they are the thing i remember about it was damarcus. Cousins was also staying there that same week and his girlfriend or his wife not sure which they had donkey rides out on the bait every day. Don't care you could see. Every time demarcus cousins went down to the beach to have his donkey. Don't you are not get and it'd be in the back of the dog and demise trimark but that's what i remember chip but It was magnificent anyway. Very lovely to bear tommy of couple of days ago. Ben sent me his bio Just so that. I had everything that he's done so that our listeners can get a sense of what type of career that he's had so we should. We should just kind of run through a few of these. I think it's important to kind of provide some context. It's quite it's quite long your be i we were looking at it a couple of days ago. Jay is going to run through it. It takes a while to get through. There is a lot. There is a lot there which women's decide something they're just. Jj remember all right so you need to run it. You do it now. We need to set the stage. At first of all you're you're the partner and co founder of full well seventy-three its production company. That's based in the uk. You run it with four of your lifelong friends By day you're the show runner for the late late show with james corden on cbs. You've been nominated a with rob crap. We run it together just museum row any gun hill list. And he's amazing. So i don't want to go. Hey hey hey together. Why are you sure sure. I should've mentioned rob should've mentioned up. Twenty four emmy nominations. Nine time winner. You hold the record for most individual emmy nominations in a single year with eight in two thousand and nineteen You co-creator carpool karaoke. Co-creator drop the mic You've done music. Specials with the likes of bruno mars and many others one direction music videos one direction specials like it just it..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Apple podcasts. At the end of this episode. Everyone it's the old man agree with b. j. j. redick and my co host tommy alter we're really excited to share this podcast as part of dell technologies small-business pod france and this discussion with my good friend. Ben winston will surely help any small business owner as he gives incredible insight on transforming for a new. Tomorrow post it. We hope that you find this episode both inspiring and useful as we work together to support small businesses. Please tune in wednesday for part two of our conversation with ben winston and friday for part. Three of our conversation with ben winston. Let's get it all right. Let's welcome in my dear friend. One of my favorite people in the world ben winston. Ben this is. I believe the fourth time that i've had you on my podcast. Our podcast now but we had you on twice with yahoo. I think once with the ringer and now on the old man in the three For a special bonus episode Presented by dell So we're gonna talk a lot about just last year. The challenges of covid for your production company full well seventy three and that the challenges of Producing the late late show. Which is a nightly. Show that you've had to do for the last year during covid before we get to that. I think it's always important to reiterate the story of how we met. I supposed to reach. You're you're going to tell the story. Well firstly. I'm very honored to be back. It's been a while. I'll be honest. I've been what insults me slightly is that you will always very happy to have me on when it was when it was y'all who it was. I was irregular. And then suddenly you get your own podcast that you own. I am no it to be seen. You roll up in stacey abrams grill. You're pretending that you know you know about bogus history. You're like flying with all these others and then suddenly in a random special about covert. Suddenly i get invited. It's an absolute shambles in a disgrace. I'm not gonna lie. I don't know if it's your to blame or tommy. I'm not sure either way but the only positive about their in this is that with the other cost that you don. I've never been sent sneakers and that is let's go. Do you know what. I mean branded. How big time of you that you have the you guys have your own brand of shoes. That is as you guys have late late late. Show sneakers of course. We don't have sneakers where it tv show. Have you have one for being a podcast. Costs could get over it when they arrived in the price. We don't have..

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