20 Burst results for "Ducker"

"ducker" Discussed on Smart Passive Income

Smart Passive Income

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"ducker" Discussed on Smart Passive Income

"We make the choice and we and we have to consciously take it to be able to dial back accordingly and say okay. You know i over indexed by forty percent over the past three months and so now i'm making a strategic choice to pull back for the next few months and i'm going to do a little bit less because i need to reallocate that time toward my family or toward my health and if we do that we shouldn't necessarily be thinking in terms of like here's what my day is or here's what my week is. We need to think in longer blocks in longer waves but if we do that it evens out in the end that we actually as entrepreneurs can have a lot more control and a lot more life balance if we're conscious about creating it yes. Consciousness and being self aware is so key here. A lot of us tend to automate and automation is important. It is something that can help us become more efficient. But if you're automating everything in your mind and your body you're gonna eventually you know. Run out of gas or burn yourself out or burned some bridges along the way and we don't want that to happen and this is why the point in the conversation earlier about an advisory group to see these things because oftentimes we only see them when. It's too late when our friend. Chris ducker ended up in the hospital because he burned himself out so much over his business back in the day and it should never even get close to that point and if you have other people perhaps being brutally honest with you all along the way they can help you see these things that that you can't the final question. I wanna ask you during this. I don't know if necessarily there is a right answer to this but everybody should have an answer to this. And i love your thoughts on it. That is a long game. Sure but why. Play the game in the first place. What does this all for. That is the ultimate question right. So i'm glad that you brought that up ultimately entrepeneurship. This is something that for most of us. We don't have to do it. The easier choice in the default choice in most of society is just go. Get a job work for somebody else. But for most of us. We are called to do this. Whether it's that we want more autonomy in our lives or we just we feel frustrated by the strictures of working for other people. Some of whom may not be that high and so we want to be able to do more and to be more and for a lot of us. I think it's it's because we know we have something to contribute. Sometimes that's a really inchoate feeling. It's we're not even sure upfront. Necessarily what it is. We haven't quite figured out what it looks like. We know that there is something air that we need to explore that we owe it to ourselves to explore. It took me years to actually working for myself to even really be able to articulate why. It was so important why i needed to to do it. I think some as we beat ourselves up because we don't have a perfect answer. We don't have perfect understanding right out of the gate. I.

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Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

"Duggar has really dug himself into very deep dark hole The thirty three year old was arrested in arkansas on thursday without bail on child pornography charges now. His name may sound familiar to you. If you have seen or heard of the t. s. t. l. c. show nineteen kids and counting. And then the following show counting on He is the eldest child of parents. Michelle and jim bob. Duggar the show focused on the life of the duggar. Family who are devout. Baptists and frequently discuss a values of purity modesty and their faith in god. The doug avoid birth control thing they have decided to allow god to determine the number of children that they have which kinda ties into the title of the show. All of the children are home. Schooled and access to entertainment such as movies and television is very limited to them The duggar family has also used quote. Blanket time end quote which is a controversial practice with their children that is basically chaperoned courtship. I'm which the couple becomes acquainted only in a group setting so little odd but On may twenty second twenty fifteen. Tlc suspended the series when the duckers eldest son josh the one that was just arrested publicly apologized for having acted inexcusably following reports that he molested five years including some of his sisters by fondling them.

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ASP's Favorite Things

Advanced Selling Podcast

09:47 min | 11 months ago

ASP's Favorite Things

"This is the advanced selling. Podcast list of tools gear people and things you need to be following things you need to have in the bag so analysts tools that we recommend people that we follow books that we read or listen to anything else. This is going to be a quick rapid. Here's they are not a lot of depth into them but you can go research them on your own but we get asked all the time. So what books do you read. What podcast you listen to what tools you use. Well we're going to tell you that in this episode. That's what we're going to do. So it's gonna be like a list big list and then you can go check them out and hopefully someone's gov a great tool. Thank you for telling me that. So these are in no order than no order. I've got him in order. Yes you want to put them in order now. That'll that'll take agree. So because i've got some. I've got some tools. Some software some gear some gear stuff than calling people. I follow so also kinda start. You bet software app that everybody needs to have on their chrome as an extension as crystal knows c. r. y. s. T. a. l. k. w. ws s. Crystal knows it's a preparation tool for any conversation. You have with someone. It essentially looks at their lincoln profile. Organizes there that information at finds into a disc profile which is a really easy to understand personality profile better than that though. It teaches you how to talk to them. That has a conversation coach. Based on what. I'm going to be talking to the person about and the modality that i'm gonna use to talk to them so basically says i need to email bill to make a good first impression and it gives you a little sound bytes based on bills linked in profile. And it's amazing. Everybody should use crystal nose. Crm s keynote abuse by the way none of these people were affiliated with right right. There's no need advertiser huge talked about talked about four and it's good good My first one is rev dot com read on com. Rav a dictation service Let's imagine you leave a meeting and you want to dictate A follow up email. You will describe your phone. Open up the revs. Aft- dictated now. You can do the same thing with siri but ravitch's really reliable Person on the. There's a human being you're actually dictates. Transcribes it if it's longer form it's probably better like if you wanted to Dictate an article or you think. There's a really good idea for an article you can dictate. Let them do it. And then come back and modify edited. But i think it's a great time saver it's about a buck and a quarter a minute so it's pretty reasonable. Chances are you're not going to have really long things you're going to be doing in there. But dot com is one of my favorite tools. Love it my next one. That i doubt a lot. Same deal no affiliation whatsoever. Huge fan of gong dot com. Many of you have heard of that. Were power users here at our firm and it is such a useful tool for coaching and for self evaluation of Sales conversation and you get data back from gung dot com. That talks about things you should and shouldn't do in the sales process. All based on data and artificial intelligence is fantastic. Gung dot com Recommend any sales leader listening to this to go check them out against affiliation with podcast so de fan big fan Might second one is A twenty dollar tripod. That i cannot all in on We're going to start doing some youtube shorts. I don't know if you're familiar with youtube shorts but They're all vertical. You see them on the shelf underneath your main youtube feed. So if you're on your mobile you'll start to see these. You're kind of wondering what they are. They're called shorts and they're less than a minute and but they have to be vertical. So you can do a short for youtube and also repurpose it on instagram. Or or one of the other verticals sites. But you need. You need a tripod. if you're going to do any kind of stuff like that. I think the days of holding it for certain things but if you're going to produce something that you want hundreds of thousands of people to see i think you need some kind of stable base for your found Tripods are easy amazing. How many how few people have them. Twenty dollar version is not a floor. Length just sits on your desk and it's really makes a real easy to record. I love twenty bucks on amazon twenty bucks amazon bills amazon link kidding okay. Here's i'm gonna go to people follow. I've got three people. One of them's kind of one of them comes as a package deal. I guys get him. David meltzer david meltzer. We've had David on the podcast Was a big time big time. Sports agent Unfortunately lost a an enormous amount of money and that incident actually changed his life the he would say for the better and he is one of the most giving talented Gracious humble smart intelligent coaches. You could follow if you don't follow david meltzer's shame on you. You'll find him anywhere online on instagram. He does free. Coaching sessions every friday every friday. He's doing something and just a really really great Human being everyone who listens to this show should follow david meltzer. Also i've never been on one of his Friday morning calls if you have i have. Yeah they're just they're just outstanding just outstanding he's so giving and he doesn't for free and they're usually maxed out because people love what he says to do. He just great fan. That's good. I've got one to follow here. His name is peter crone. Cro n e. You know peter. I don't yeah. I didn't either until i saw him on Saw him interviewed by aubrey. Marcus who owns on it. He founded the company called on its online and nutrition company but aubrey has a podcast. And it's one of those things you like. I don't ever heard of peter cronin. I'm not gonna listen to that. I'm gonna go with some. i thought. Well what the hell. Maybe i'll learn something and this guy is really good. He's a performance coach. Lives in england. just look up anything he does because he talks about the mindset and the mentalities at a whole different level than you and i are talking about him but i think you'll like him. Peter crown zero. Lots of lots podcast. That's the best thing about doing this drills get to learn all this stuff to see. Yeah i'm making a lot of notes. Bill my hand on my whiteboard over k next to follow for me as a married couple Very very successful married couple in great just human beings. My opinion jesse. It's ler and sara blakely sara blakely founded spanks. Oh yeah one of the most successful self made women in the world and jesse it's ler is also self made is in a He has a a thing called life. Resumes all about experiences. He's an ultra marathoner and those two together are comedic dual like no other. And they're they've got four little kids if you don't follow them on instagram. You need to follow both of them. They're just hilarious. They put out great content. Very inspiring people talk about them being like a billionaire couple. That seems just absolutely normal and down to earth. Because i think they are jesse it's slur. It and sara blakely follow them. Didn't jesse it's ler do some kind of a like a training challenge or something. He did went on. He does a cold plunge challenge. He's gone back. Hof is a guy on wim hof place for a cold you know. He's got to go plug lunch exactly but he does it. Lots of things around performance great. Yeah he just did a fifteen minute fifteen incline fifteen minute challenge put your treadmill at fifteen incline and run for fifteen minutes and see how far you can get. Wow at like last week while it's crazy. Yeah so yeah. I've heard of him. I don't follow him. that's good. that's good let's see Here's a book. That i sound really good especially for sales professionals who are looking to build their brand their personal brand. And the guy's name is chris. Ducker the rise of the new twra. Noor line entrepreneur new partner. It's been out for a couple of years. Might have heard of it. But chris i follow. Chris have been do a little bit of coaching with him. And he's really. His book is really good when it comes to building your personal brand Not like you're not like being a enter an instagram influence or in your in your brand in your business that you're in how do you portray yourself. How do you talk about yourself. It's really good. It's really good and it. It'll stretch you thomas. The book will stretch you. It's called the rise of the poor. Chris tucker. I would recommend that book. The book i'm going to recommend is a great life book but it will transfer into your sales life and one of my favorite books. I listen to this book. Called the book of joy and it's an interview with the dalai lama am bishop desmond. Tutu diamond desmond tutu. And they are both very very joyful people and have had lots of pain in their lives and they're interviewed by a reporter. Who just as a brilliant job. Just pulling out their life stories together intertwining it. And they talk about the difference between happiness and joy and fulfillment and It's a really really good heart opening a book. I found that will absolutely have you show up differently in sales life. The book of joy with desmond tutu the dalai

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"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

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"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Was a true four zero mah joyous free and laming live I'm dreaming up to s two carmen. Mcrae nice slow ballad there yesterday and You got a chance to see her a few times. Yes i did Coming was another beautiful individual I had the first time i made common in chicago. And i was fortunate enough as it were to close the place and Group of including carmen had breakfast together. Which i thought was great for me anyway. Just to be in. A company was nice and so her again down no views later and demanded housing chicago and butter to a hotel which she remembered me from win with we thought was strange piss. Nevertheless he was a great great lady and just passed away. Free us ago leading us man but left some great recordings yes. They do enjoy it and he did a smile to you knew right away. It was her recording first. Couple of notes on the found still have that in nineteen sixty. She was appearing by in san francisco to cocoa sugar. He'll and promoter happened to rene. He wasn't planning on going out that night but just happened to go there. And she was in great form cow in his people that night and recorded her by and paid a dollar sixty cents for the album. Member be still habit. You do a lot of recording at home of Can transcribing old transcribers to yes does that. Don't you until we have between my wife and i. We had a while a room with albums vinyl and we started putting on cassettes. And now you can get cd's now getting the We do. We first started doing that. Because i was on the road a lot and we record on the on cassette so we could play it in the cards to my wife travel with me and we found that they were easier to handle than all that those records things take a nearly as much moon that. Cd doesn't take with cassettes. Got boxes the cassettes and then On a lot of Public radio stations north. They play jazz music. And i would take those as well so would i didn't have i got from public radio Since i've been in sarasota the archives Had a lot of jazz music librarian yet. Deny from these sarasota Jazz club a lot of that music. Then when they will orange avenue. I used to go in there and just go through rows and i don't have that we were taken home. Yeah where it is. I a jazz here. Locally from the jets. Public donated a lot to the library. Has they have You can't find that kind of music live performances That were never recorded commercially. Made and that's that's great. That people would donate it to the tonight. The gypsum one yards and opportunity to hear it and talking with bill ducker jazz story and we have to take another short break. Then we back in here. Tuned from the great billie holiday. Stay with us on nothing at all. Hair fully now appeal to me. If you're never could be all to me your address next thing yet Nothing if it's love there is no indie two big then cry for something that might have been nothing but please don't bring your so close to match. Don't smile or our house beyond the kiss ask. The touch of your hand makes me. We and ma make grow dizzy and faw and if five men under this young i wish be caught in the so you see. I'm got to send no. I'm enough.

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"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

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"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Who Friends to you can sir Ooh ooh slow. Sarah vaughan smoke gets in your eyes on twelve twenty w i b q rendition of it. Yes and most of the thirty audience will know. Dan brought tonight or from people that i have known in the past either some friends some were acquaintances that little story. I like to tell you about serving in nineteen forty eight. Emily was forty nine in atlanta on auburn avenue. There was a picture taken by the newspaper in. Syria is sitting on the sidewalk eating watermelon. Really nice yeah. It was fun. Is this jackie at its ucar going in the garo away. Oh yeah okay. He's the one that really said sierra On her way because heat that the walked on cloud and from that The discharge picked it at the music was played constantly. They did was so versatile with their talented amazing now now. The good person really friendly person to know they've away of course went onto a host the original today show yes and that he was a big strategy in chicago. It's very Very influential on the radio years of course then again on tv to serve on was another. We're talking about versatile. Talents like joe williams before sarah vaughan you can put her in that same category do the ballad like we just heard and then she can really swing kunti. Yes you can do the up tempos no sweat and it seem so easy for her Again this though moving really good feeling and then she could take you on rag. Since there's one. I believe it's I don't know if it's on that particular album that you do. You remember sure that yeah but it was. It was a kind of friend thing for her. She did something that a lot of jazz singers did then. But you don't hear as much anymore. Scatting yeah yeah. It's era and ella was was the ones that were good at that. Now mel torme hall also yes. Mail was great. We had an hampton callaway on a few weeks ago. She's one of the newer artists although she's been around a while now but I mentioned to her. We had a chance to talk to her. She's one of the few newer artists with the scatting and she credits allah with being her influence. Really with that. Ac from this area she's She's from chicago originally. And she said new york but in new york for about twenty years now but Yeah she she credits allah and pay with being her influences and the jazz singing be nice to hear. Yeah so You just look at all the people that L and sarah vaughan influenced their style. Oh they were unique back then and carries on today the people who try to copy instead of getting their own and then from that you know a lot of times in jazz particularly and think that's why they called jazz. It is enhancing what someone else has done. you take that and you try to do it better. Put it into your own style. Let's listen to something's gotta give okay. Zealots gerald our guest on the system for you and ordinary embed..

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"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

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"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

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"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

Doug Miles Media

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media

"Day. I have the blues. That's joe williams. Along with the count basie band and one of the all-time great recordings and bill ducker joins us tonight. The story and had a really interesting career in the world of music into broadcasting and booking bands the throughout the midwest bill pleasure to see how are you tonight and thanks very much. Yeah great to have you here. And that is one of the all time classics. Isn't it. bill. It is it really is. I knew joke many years ago. And then last time i saw him. We had a great time together in toronto. Canada they promoted their brought in the basie band and joe williams together for the first time in many many years and it was about really was. Yeah what a great singer. He was performed down here. I guess about five or six years ago at the jazz festival and huge great then. Unfortunately i think he passed away about a year after that. Yeah las vegas spending. Yes my wife. And i went to see that at the benway. Yeah those great great show one of the all-time great not only ban singers. But a good ballad singer as well you can do really a very versatile spout. And didn't they yeah. It's amazing that you bring that up today. I was praying when his albums of ballots in that he did and it was still sound. Just marvelous is like you. He's still here in the library. Here had a video of a constantly with george shearing. I guess it was in the early nineties and Very versatile he could sing with the small groups as well as the big bands. He was voted for a very great singer. Talent talk a little about your background. Bill de interesting career done this kind of work before and radio in the mid west Yes mda radio. I did promoting jazz. That was the latter part of the main career. Promoting jazz In this area. And yes. I've been in the end and i did. Tv show with the director of the notre dame jazz ban au gratin which was on public radio public television and we talked jazz and it was just a great time. I've been enjoying jazz since. Nineteen forty seven nine. Big brother was a jazz fan. Of course china. I would do and then other durant with him. You had to like jazz. Of course the older. I got the maureen jordan understood the music and at that time meeting the musicians Great and as i moved to north to chicago. I got to see them again. They remembered me and then it just grew and grew and grew as it were into jazz and that has been my passionate over the years today from chicago. Originally no really an from atlanta. I went to i went to college in chicago and i stayed there. My background sales in marketing but the music has been made nine passionate passionate kisses and you brought a lot of great music tonight and we'll be listening to that as we talk in between our guest. Was bill decker this hour. I'm doug miles with you on the big band files and all that jazz were here. Every sunday between seven and nine pm and another tune. we're going to hear another classic We'll talk about when we come back. It's nat king cole. And his trio and.

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"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

Brands On Brands On Brands

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

"Doesn't mean you need to do every single level things so a lot of people a struggle to come into sums of either one is actually having to do the work itself and those people are gonna file. Godless doesn't matter what they're doing. Whatever these are going to be an end to it comes down to well. I don't wanna be from so. I don't wanna have to be the bill and end all of everything you don't need to and that's what we teach you know. That's what we we focus on helping people on the stat. And we've we've worked with many clients over the years who have gone from you know making good living of five figure living's neurology up towards six figure on an annual basis and then within just eighteen mumps their seven-figure because all i needed to do was just think a little bigger single mull different and i'd like to go down. This road of trump may be challenging idea. A little bit of of laziness. I think most people don't think that they're lazy. But you know maybe propose a different way in we have a little bit of that but maybe also there is this piece that we have a routine. And there's there's something that feels safe and if someone did you know like did a corporate thing for so long like you know working crazy hours in the marketing space. Didn't feel like that was a lazy thing on senior calling me lazy late but at the end of common front definitely felt like i didn't spend the extra time to invest in my reputation outside of my resume outside of working to do a good job and you know build my what i call my personal brand within my industry but not like what. I would need to build my network to build a reputation that would carry me anywhere. I wanted to go and it took some like almost like that. The fear ahead of me had to get stronger than the fear behind me. That is becoming irrelevant. And i wonder if she see that a lot. You work with a lot of people that you coach in the on this very thing so i wonder if she sees something of that. Fear that or that routine holds people back. I think fear is normal in fact constantly fears of very very good thing. If you're scared of something it means that you give a damn. And i think there's a lot of although although like i said people are generally nice i liked to like people they liked to be liked etc etc. A doesn't necessarily mean that you know. They care so much about what they're doing and how they're doing it. If you fair something of you scared about making a big move. Megan a big change. The nash shows that you really do actually genuinely care about what it is. You're embarking upon my whole thing with fear. Is that ninety nine percent the time the things that you worry about the things that you are scared all just uncomfortable it. Just don't come true and it takes me all the way back to what my mom used to say all the time. Don't worry about nothin' until there's something to worry about this not why you aren't. Nothing's happened a y. You know going down the big slide. Why you not diving from the top old. Why you not running through the snow your sled you know. Why are you worried about potential breaking raw until there's something to be worried about. You shouldn't worry about it. Sophia is actually very natural. And it's a good thing. I don't really worry so much about that. And and obviously that's relatively easy to overcome. I think for most people anyway. The big issue is not fair. It's change and the fact that we like you say routine comes in the play and searching. Oh i'm gonna lose my salary now now on about. Do my own thing got to fend for myself. I don't know that this the exact same amount of money every single month coming into my bank account right so now starting to think rethink bow making moves because mortgage except children because of ions whatever it might be and so i think change is scary the most people than fit itself but In a no one ever built a successful business without having to make big changes on a pretty regular basis. And that's where the are of the pivot comes into play. And you know those those entrepreneurs that do extremely well in life and make a crapton money and have incredible impact in the people they meet and come into contact with those people. They have adapted to change over and over again raw. The more so than overcoming fit you know. Yeah that's that speaks to me for sure. Like the idea of i mean you have to be prepared to change and look for almost scout. What's the next thing going to be in. What do you want to chase out my. Yeah and if you know it's okay don't beat yourself up over if you wanna stay in your cushy job and get the same the same paycheck every month and be comfortable that dude. That's absolutely fine. The entrepreneur life is clearly not for you right. That should be the end of the discussion in automating within yourself like you either. Have you either have it or you. Don't have it right exactly and you might have different seasons of your life. you like. I wanted to do this now. I'm feeling good now. Feeling the h. To watch salute scratch that drink absolutely. There's a guy inside of all our we have the. Up are incubated mosque. Mind where we meet every quarter for one day a mazda Event in person in london. And this guy's actually originally from the united states but he's being based out of belgium for a long time and he was j. P. morgan for a long long long long time and it was only really on it. Do like well into his fifties now and he literally just made the leap. Maybe two or three years ago to finally turnaround around saying like in ought. I'm i'm ready now to jump ship and become a high pay sultan bill my business around my expertise in his. If these salon you say seasons of life. It's a real thing and you wrote this book a couple years ago called the rise of the uber. Noor i wanna get into the the how to and business of personal branding. But i wanna talk about this. You know it's called the rizal. You procure the definitive guide to becoming the go-to leader in your industry and building. A future proofed business. In that book you talk about building. Media company mindset. And i've heard that before create a lot of content etc but you say that an authority has to focus on creating how to content. Why is that well because you want to be seen as someone who knows what you're actually talking about right the when you go on the internet and you you have questions or problems. You won't answers or solutions. You don't want fluff you know. An s white. Yeah just the other day. I'm wanting to know at this. This is so unsexy for topic. But i'll go here anyway just literally over the weekend. I wanted to know how to d scale my brand new very expensive espresso machine it but it was the first time that i have done it. This things like six hundred dollars. Us right so it's it's a good chunk of change coffee maker. And i had the manual. I could have read the manual it instead. I went to youtube and looks for video on the exact model to learn how to do it from somebody who's already done a whole bunch of times and then tole obviously thousands of other people online how to do it. Simple a very simple example there but you know what if i wanna learn how to become a better basketball coach for example coach. Peewee bowl so like if. I want to learn how to become a better basketball coach. I need to go hang out with other basketball coaches right. If i want if i want to learn how to become a better dad if on the new dadge anita spend more time with other. Dads dads are being during the thing for a long time. If i want to learn how to build a business then anita go and hang out and learn from other people who have done likewise and so. I think that's where the how to element. You know when you go to google or youtube and you looking for answers to two questions. Nine nine point nine percent at the time the first two words you.

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"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

Brands On Brands On Brands

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

"That's not all he also can help you feel business through if you want to read another book of his called virtual freedom which is about how to build the support system you need through the use of virtual assistance in your business which is huge these days everyone's using freelancers and outsourcing so can also check that out but he is an assad after international keynote speaker. A trusted business mentor a blogger. A podcast after an author. Obviously as we talked about and he coined the concept of the euchre. Noor the brand. You concept that you know. A lot of us have have been talking about bitcoin that in twenty fourteen the word you procure and has built a business around it a book a website. A a Conference you can attend and we talk about all that today. More importantly we dive into the tactic. We talk about number one. Why is personal. Branding so important. Why is building your with your reputation and a business around that reputation so important and we get into the tactics on how to get started. What it is you need to do to stand out and be different and use that voice at only you have to bring people to your world to help them into provide value. Why that's so important. How to monetize that. How to get people's attention all that is covered today. And i wouldn't bring it to you in any other in the bring the guy who's done it who's been a serial entrepreneur whose had several businesses that generate multi seven figure annual revenue has employees of over three hundred fifty employs around. The world. didn't start there but that's where it. It is now also as an investor and adviser in startups knows how to give people advice to get them. Moving has been featured regularly in entrepreneur magazine inc and success in forbes in the huffington post and business insider among others. You can find my guest. Chris tucker dot com and you dot com. If you're looking for more information but if nothing else give today a listen with your ears. Wide open your minds wide open because there's a lot going on and a lot of value for you guys out there which is core to my message. Which is you have to find your voice. You have to figure out what makes you different and you have to find a way to matter to the people around you so you can provide value and make an impact in this life and there's so much for you guys. Today i'm excited. Let's get goin' my guest. Christopher here we go all right. let's get going. I'm so excited to welcome our guest today. First and foremost chris ducker. Welcome to the show. Thank you for being here. Thank you a pleasure. And the reason. I'm excited. Is we get to talk about one of my favorite marketing topics which is personal branding. I've worked a corporate job at agents at agencies for eighteen years. And i know what it's like to have a resume instead of reputation but i want to hear from you to get us kicked off here. I think on the right foot. What is the value of personal branding. Why does this matter to people. Or it's invaluable plain simple. Everybody has a personal brand right so whether you want to build one on all is a whole different conversation piece right but everybody in my mind. Everybody has a personal brand. That is it's what people say about you when you're not around you know when y'all at that conference or when you're not at that coffee meeting or at the dinner party or you know that mastermind group whatever it is that's what your personal brand is it's ultimately what people say about you when you're not around and so you know the work we do at. Up know we focus a lot on helping people build genuinely profitable businesses around that personal brands. So that really comes down to two major components number one their expertise. Obviously they need to know what the heck they're talking about to build to be an with fine johnson turning it in the prophets but secondly personality comes into it now. I think more so today than ever before we want to love people we i mean we we do. The world is a pretty messed up place nowadays and i feel like people really do want to do business with other people more so than anything else. And so you know we talk about marketing like a magnet attracting the best ing the rest and all those other sort of you know tweakable quotes and things like that. But ultimately i think it really just comes down to like being really really good at one coal thing adding a very healthy slice of you and and being on apologetically uniquely you at every available opportunity so that you tracks right apl into your weld the same time repel the naysayers and the number levers away. No wonder why it is we. We think it sounds like nice to say we have. It's nice to want to do business with people but it seems like there's something else there that we've been conditioned to ignore businesses and commercials and everything kind of sounds the same but what is it about being another human that makes us want to say that's the person that i'll do business with because i know them. What is what is that. Like in our culture that makes set like interesting to us. Why you know it is it's personality. It's story telling you know we we we do. We want to like people. Were not born cynical. Ails you know what i mean like. We actually really wanna get on with people. We wanna like the for the most part anyway. And i think that when your when you tell your story in your own way and everyone has a story. Every company every found a as a story Whatever that overarching narrative is as then sob stories and sub sections within those stories. You can kind of gleam for one liners whether you're just on stage or maybe you're being of utah podcast or whatever it is. I think we do. I think we crave human attention. We and and likewise we wanna give that attention back. You know it's like all the way back to like high school right. Gulf kids hung out with the goth. Kids ag- nerds out with the nerds. That was going out with a job. You know what i mean and it was like everybody wants to be part of something everybody wants to find that people and i think that's where the the power of it comes from coming to my mind is. It's when you talk about something. Oh gee reputation reputation it's how people think about you. It seems easy in that regard like my pole. Yeah i just be myself and fun doing the things that i'm honoring my the things i believe in. Then it's easy to to have a good reputation but when we say we twist and we call it personal branding suddenly. It's intimidating thing. Why do you think personal. Branding is difficult. You know and why what keeps people from starting watts and has a couple of things. First and foremost. I think that Although everything i've said is on the percent legitimately true people are lazy as well and is like the reality is a lot of people. Wanna all the staff all the success of fame all of the notoriety. But the don't actually want to do any work to get it clearly then not going to succeed and not going to become famous. Knock libyan notable expo in their industry and their niche. Or whatever right. So i think a lot of it comes down to personal brand. I don't i don't wanna be from santa. i don't want you know but you don't have to be fronts. Booting a business based round you. Not reliance on you. And that's where true tried and tested a real business building elements like team building and you know understanding how to read a frigging profit and loss statement. Propylene all these other things that a lot of people don't necessarily assigned to the idea of building custom business it has to be the the The products is you and your experts. Say.

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"ducker" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"And I think it'd be phased release. I really do. I think the year of ALFRESCO isn't it probably absorbs pain because the weather is being fantastic. Pretty much since stoldas. We will stay in houses and as soon as we released knowing the British weather it will. It will rain for a couple of months but at the moment off the exactly health equity fund restaurants WANNA mining big terrorist. Plenty of room on the sand and we think mindedness. We really could get these open in a safe way. But I appreciate you know how you legislate for the nuances of our industry must be phenomenally challenging exactly but please go. This way does continue because I think the the the out of the salvation for the industry is going to be the staycationing this year. We're not. We'RE NOT GONNA ROAD FOR HALLWAY. So now we're relying on. I think we if we can have one hundred percent occupancy for July August and September. That would be very much appreciative to add so anybody listening. Please do book somewhere in the UK and go somewhere in July August September. It'd be hugely appreciated. We've seen a touched on this guy but we've seen our industry in many ways respond positively In with defeating workers or pivoting. Have you seen any great examples of sort of jumped out from any any members where they've identity? He'd been supportive in a charitable way or they've pivoted business in a particular way anything. Jump out you've spotted in the last couple months out. There have been so many heart warming stories. Haven't I'm so many examples of of of our industry doing great things to support? I'm to to support the community at large Mind BLIND IN CLARIDGE'S IS OPEN FAKIH. Because but that's just one example..

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"ducker" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"I want to be in politics. And would you know what Java and to anybody being critical of the government I would say my goodness you know how hard it is to operate a business and I think most business operates isn't senior managers credit where credit's due. Say It's tough isn't it? These things a never black and white. It's nuances balance. You sort of damned if you do damned if you don't in the current scenario is either one way the economy's going to be screwed and the other way to die and the soil between those two things. Yeah we'll all challenging getting my joy guy. Yeah an an a win navigating. Ram Challenges. But but everything's happening in real time that the PUCK is running. The government don't have the time to reflect think plan on develop strategies. Everything is on the fly. Everything is on. This thing unfolded so fast. Didn't it over? It was an avalanche of of stuff going room. And then you know I. It's very it's very easy to criticize. The government is very easy to criticize and any any organization in whether have to be so quickly. That This difficult it is to run a service on a Saturday night and a in hospitality. You know people don't stack their arrival. Everybody arrived between seven fifty eight thirty and and it all goes completely chaotic and forty minutes. And that's just running surveys how you how you extrapolate that across the country and and something like this is just absolutely mind. Blowing am speaking of governments. One of the things we're looking for is an industry. Is some sort of clarity on when we might be to I in them. What might like and whether that's cleaning standards whether it's things like screens in restaurants whether it's lower occupancy rates is does the I O. H. E. A. to government and a ucar of the sort of tracing the solutions to this or you very much waiting for government to to lead on this well A lobbying organization the loving organization our industries. Is You Tallahassee? And and I think Kate Nichols team have done a fantastic job representing the government on the you know the the things that doing both in public and behind the scenes on but we do have access into The Oath posse group will posse working group on hospitality The one of the representatives on math is is is Hon. Who was a fellow of the institute speaks for the Yale style t-bills has speaks for us. So we kind of have indirect routes in but as a main purpose is not to be lobbying organization we back with with education. Obviously because we're an educational charity. But we we we. Don't.

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"ducker" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"ducker" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"That's got your hotel you very well. The whole on the face of anybody can run a hotel. Ha Ha the truth of the matter is that it's it's millions of small transactions all of which have to be delivered consistency with consistency. And that's a management challenge and you have to have managed to understand deep down and dirty into the process is a on the workings behind. What makes a good Cappuccino? What makes a good well presented bedroom when guests arrive To get things to astound and to maintain this down to because you wanted to be in your hotel. Twenty four seven that you want to know that when you're not there standard android Gareth hit from the net and Andrew Stembridge from the shooting Glenn as a couple of examples on when you meet guys like that you know they really are the very top of of the industry. I guess in what they don't have an incredible knowledge within the number moving pals in the net absolutely blew my mind. How many people go through me every week but just just just just the restaurant if the set of their staff alone open twenty seven blew my mind but it's remarkable price at the other end. You look at a conic and what I'm doing there. My goodness steamer operating at such an an exceptionally high level. That's a good. That's the great thing about our industry. Isn't it it is. Yeah but the trouble is from the demand supply for courses. I suppose hospitality in it's sort of Hugest guys as a huge employees with the fourth largest employer in the country. I think currently which has come to light a lot during this pandemic. But it still has this overriding a reputation. I suppose which is probably why the demand side is being of of the very few barriers to entry in the. Is this industry that so many people end up getting into because they did a job while they were unit or something went into it for short time fell in love with and then developed a career but very very rarely does it seem to be sort of the number one. Primary focus was in fact. Seems totally fair..

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Psychology-Based Design Tactics To Boost Your Conversions & Brand Awareness With Sagi Shrieber

Entrepreneur on FIRE

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Psychology-Based Design Tactics To Boost Your Conversions & Brand Awareness With Sagi Shrieber

"GONNA BE TALKING ALL ABOUT PSYCHOLOGY DESIGN. Tadic's is going to boost your conversions in your brand awareness through the roof skis actually from Tel Aviv. That's why sometimes I have a little issue browsing his name soggy or ski. But you'll hear me go probably both throughout the entire episode but it is sagis right okay sagis aspect so we're going to be doing some great things about this and I've known Sigi now for a couple years you know mostly virtually you know as we've gone through and designed the fire homepage. There's some other amazing things. He's actually right now. Working on a project with us for the podcasters paradise homepage and some other awesome stuff. So you know. This is the person that I really know like entrust on a lot of levels you know. He's invested heavily in himself through. People like Pat Flynn's Accelerator Program. Chris duckers masterminds. And then of course you know being here entrepreneurs on fire. He is just absolutely taking his business in his life to that next level and I love everything that he stands for and what he's all about. But I want you to kind of break down your story a little bit. You have a great promise for us. Fire nation listeners. Right now the by the end of the session. What we're actually going to get out of this so tell us your story gives your promise. Then let's take it away her awesome so my story is not actually connected to my promise here in this episode. Become my story in a way is how we met and like you said. I'm investing myself a lot and I'm committed to my success and I think that all entrepreneurs we need to be committed to our success just really really hard sometimes and because were kind of like shooting rockets. We can work very hard but Santa. We just work in the. You know not really with any specific path that we know we're following and and when we don't have guidance then we can get lost. That's exactly what happened to me. And in mid two thousand seventeen I was totally broke after I left my day job a year before that I had a very successful startup as design director to work on design blog and I thought everything was great but it just like after six months. I just couldn't pull a dime of my own company and I find myself up to six months of non pulling salary to myself and tolling that and in two weeks checks. Are we going to the credit cards are GONNA come come down in? I'm going to eat totally just not be able to put food for my family. Provide food for my family and I was like it was very tough moment And that's that was the point where I actually Called out in reached out to someone that I listened to on your show Kelvin. Wayman and Dislike it was amazing how everything happened so fast but I hired him. As a coach. I flew over to Israel and Just an anonymous person. I don't want anonymous entrepreneur meteorologist like hiring someone from the US. I read Kelvin's book after on your podcast in its reached out in In any flew over and we sat down in this office until vive and I was just like in such a mental state. I know probably everybody on. This show can can can relate. I bet you can relate we under as entrepreneurs we nobody'd dozen go through you know bad spots in their journey and I was at a very rough spot in just like the beginning joining so I didn't even know about anything like so so Kelvin wayman receding in the room. And he tells me like this. And it's time to write your vision like in six months you waking up in your super frigging pumped to just start the day. It's not a vacation. Day is just irregular. Day and your Ponta start the day. What's going on in your life and that was a moment or I i. I'm like longtime. I actually think in optimistic way for a second. I am an optimistic dude. Totally down for months and And I wrote down a couple of things so one was like financial goal. I WanNa talk about that. The other one was if I make it through this. I'm going to start my own community and help other people crush it with their businesses and the third thing was I going to be booked on an interview on a popular podcast in a row. Down TO NAMES OF PEOPLE THAT. I've been following for years in one of them was you Johnson and the other one was Pat Flynn and Lo and behold six months later I not only crush my financial goal like working vision being totally directed specifically direction. I just like I crush vision. I not only cross with the financial I doubled it and I flew out to the US for social media marketing world. Remember just like going to meet up. I saw Beth leans Also flew over and then I I remember just getting up to his. Meet UP NY before the conference started and I'm seeing a long line and I'm calling people counting counting counting online. I'm seeing God. Pets Lynn Pat. Flynn on like this guy. I've been listening to in my ears for years and from the other side of the world is here to stay frigging room and then I notice another line and I'm like wait a second. What was the other line here? And I'm starting to track the line. I said line them. Oh My Frick. It's not own it's J. L. D. Two people that were on a piece of paper that I wrote six months ago are right now in the same frigging room with me. This can't be possible and like to like about a month later a month later after the conference like long story short. But you know we got to talk that night and talk to you and I talked to Pat and we all connected and The why they how is also something. If you want we can talk about. We don't have to go but But then I must later on finding myself working with you on your on your homepage. And being booked to be appeared on an Sti Pat Flynn and became an joined his mastermind and then the episode itself became one of the most popular episodes in two thousand eighteen. So it's like episode three Twenty Six And honestly I and it's like and now being here on your show man That keeps my way to give forward and to encourage and inspire any entrepreneur that has ever been a rough spot and feel maybe maybe is feeling lost or you know maybe starting her off but I think he's going to run direction. Hey you know. Get A frigging coach. That's one and and you know you think. Think think positive thoughts and and have a vision because divisions just very important and and for me. It's like a dream come true in a way just like being on the show and that goes along with investing in yourself is getting coach. Sagis invested himself with a coach but he also flew over to a conference. You know he also flew his coach over to Israel like he's done a lot of things to invest in himself by the way. Investing yourself not always money either. It's investing your time your energy your band with your expertise like sagis invested that on your fire dot com to make it the website that it is today and of course that was a huge investment himself because his time is valuable so all of that is a great story is super inspiring. I mean you are super worthy of being on entrepreneurs on fire because you truly are on fire for a lotteries as my friend. Give us the promise that you have four fire nation today for this episode. And they're going to dive into all of that Jess I've been a designer most of my life coming for most of my professional Coming from the start at world working with top companies first designers FIBER DOT com. And and I've been

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"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

Brands On Brands On Brands

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

"All. All he also can help. You feel business through if you want to read another book of his called Virtual Freedom, which is about how to build the support system, you need through the use of virtual assistance in your business, which is huge these days everyone's using freelancers and outsourcing so can also check that out, but he is an Assad after international keynote speaker, a trusted business mentor a blogger a podcast after an author obviously as we talked about. And, he coined the concept of the euchre Noor the brand. You concept that you know a lot of us have have been talking about the that in twenty fourteen, the word you procure and has built a business around it a book, a website, a a conference. You can attend and we talk about all that today more importantly, we dive into the tactic. We talk about number one. Why is personal branding so important? Why is building your with your reputation and a business reputation so important and we get? Get into the tactics on how to get started what it is you need to do to stand out and be different and use that voice at only you have to bring people to your world to help them into provide value why that's so important how to monetize that how to get people's attention? All that is covered today and I wouldn't bring it to you in any other in the bring the guy who's done it. Who's been a serial entrepreneur who had several businesses that generate multi seven figure? figure. Annual revenue has employees of over three hundred fifty employs around the world in start there, but that's where it it is now also as an investor and adviser in startups knows how to give people advice to get them. Moving has been featured regularly in Entrepreneur, magazine, Inc and success in Forbes in the Huffington, post and business insider among others. You can find my guest Chris Tucker Dot Com, and you dot com, if you're looking for more information, but if nothing else, give today, a listen with your ears. Ears Wide Open your minds wide open, because there's a lot going on and a lot of value for you guys out there, which is core to my message, which is you have to find your voice? You have to figure out what makes you different and you have to find a way to matter to the people around you, so you can provide value and make an impact in this life, and there's so much for you guys to I'm excited. Let's get Goin'. My Guest Chris Tucker here we go. All right, let's get going I'm so excited to welcome our guest today first and foremost Chris ducker welcome to the show. Thank you for being here. Thank you a pleasure. And the reason I'm excited is we get to talk about one of my favorite marketing topics, which is personal branding I've worked a corporate job at eight at agencies for eighteen years, and I know what it's like to have a resume instead of reputation, but I want to hear from you to get US kicked off here I. Think on the right foot. What is the value of personal branding? Why does this matter to? To people, or it's invaluable, plain simple everybody has a personal brand. Right so whether you want to build one on all is a whole different conversation piece, right, but everybody in my mind. Everybody has a personal brand that is, it's what people say about you when you're not around, you know when you saw at that conference or when you're not at that coffee meeting or at the dinner party or you know that mastermind. Mastermind group whatever it is, that's what your personal brand is. It's ultimately what people say about you when you're not around and so you know the work that we do at you know we focus a lot on helping people build genuinely profitable businesses around that personal brands, so that really comes down to two major components number one their expertise. Obviously, they need to know what the heck they're talking about to build to be. Be An with fine Johnson turning it in the prophets, but secondly personality comes into it now. I think more so today than ever before. We want to love people. We I mean we we do. The world is a pretty messed up place nowadays and I feel like people really do want to do business with other people more so than anything else, and so you know we talk about marketing like a magnet attracting best. The rest, and all those other sort of you know tweakable quotes and things like that, but ultimately I think it really just comes down to like being really really good at one coal thing adding very healthy slice of you, and and being on apologetically uniquely you at every available opportunity, so that you tracks right Apl into your weld, and at the same time repel naysayers and the number levers away. No. Wonder why it is we. We think it sounds like nice to say we have. It's nice to want to do business with people, but it seems like there's something else there that we've been conditioned to ignore businesses and commercials and everything kind of sounds the same, but what is it about being? You know another human. That makes us want to say. That's the person that I'll do business with because I know them. What is what is that like in our culture that makes set like interesting to us why you know. Know. It is it's personality. It's story telling you know we we we do. We want to like. People were not born cynical ails. You know what I mean like. We actually really WANNA get on with people. We WanNa like the for the most part anyway and I think that you know when your when you tell your story in your own way, and everyone has a story. Every company every found a as a story whatever that overarching narrative is then sob, stories and sub sections within those stories you can kind of. Gleam for one liners whether you're just on stage, or maybe you're being of UTAH. PODCAST, or whatever it is I think we do I. Think we crave human attention, we and and likewise we wanna give that attention back. You know it's like all the way back to like high school. Right Gulf. Kids hung out with the Goth kids. AG- nerds hung out with the nerds that was going out with a job. You know what I mean and it was like everybody wants to be part of something. Everybody wants to find that people and I think that's where the the power of it comes from coming to my mind is it's when you talk about something. Oh Gee reputation. Reputation! It's how people think about you. It seems easy in that regard like. My Pole Yeah I. Just be myself and fun doing the things that I'm honoring my the things I believe in then it's easy to to have a good reputation, but when we say we twist, and we call it personal branding suddenly it's intimidating thing. Why do you think personal branding is difficult? You know and why what keeps people from starting wanting is a couple of things first and foremost. I think that Although everything I've said is on the percent. Legitimately true people are lazy as well and. It's like the reality is a lot of people wanna all the staff all the success of fame, all of the notoriety, but the don't actually want to do any work to get it. Clearly then not going to succeed, and not going to become famous, knock Libyan notable expo in their industry and their niche, or whatever right so I think a lot of it comes down to personal brand I. Don't I don't WanNa. Be From Santa I. Don't want you know, but you don't have to be fronts. Booting a business based round you not reliance on you, and that's where true tried and tested a real business building elements like team building, and you know understanding how to read a frigging profit and loss statement propylene, all these other things that a lot of people don't necessarily assigned to the idea of building custom business it has to be. The the the products is you and your experts say. Mainly you need to do every single level things so. A lot of people, a struggle to come into sums of either one is actually having to do the work itself and those people are GonNa.

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"ducker" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"ducker" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I think what. Jesse smaller Ducker everybody is. You know, everybody's looking at this. And I don't wanna judge. But it looks pretty bad. For Jesse small at. I mean, it really looks pretty open and shut it. I don't know what happened in Chicago. But here's what I'm concerned about. It's not as much with Jesse or Jessie it's much more to me about what does this say about Justice in our country? You know, we don't want to do anything that makes people feel like you can get away with it or or somebody else can get away with it because of their wealth or their status or their color. Yeah. I mean, I think the most basic economic level if you encouraged bad behavior, you get more of it is about do you think what's happening in Chicago is encouraging it I do to be fair to put it politely. I think that the decision to drop the smaller charges was a very questionable legal decision. So I mean in this case, they were literally a video of the two Nigerian brothers involved in the case that the ozone Dario brothers buying red, hats and ski masks and pieces of knotted rope. A few days before the assault me talking as a political commentator, and you can literally find that by googling video shows brothers linked to smollet attacked buying all items. National CBS is still live on YouTube the brothers themselves. Save jussie smollet paid them to commit the attack. They have a thirty five hundred dollars signed check from Jesse smile at four something like physical development. I mean, it's not my my initial impression looking at this. This is the strongest criminal case I've seen since OJ Simpson came very ironic the next day. But I mean, the prosecution in this case, it's worth noting. They've stated bluntly that whatever he might say that's their quote. They did not acquit Josh small smaller still had to pay at least ten thousand dollars in bond. He forfeited all of the money that he had with the state. He was given credit for some pretty substantial community service in the past. You might have to do more the technique used to terminate the case was what's called a no lay. That's not a not guilty. It's not any kind of acquittal. It's a technical dismissal. That's up to us with guilty defendants. And I mean, you literally saw this incredible scene where the deputy prosecutor who is probably told to drop these charges by his boss sort of disgust at least at no, we still think he's guilty. And then across town Eddie Johnson good cop stood up. Instead Chicago police superintendent. This is a travesty of Justice Rahm Emanuel, who's the leftist democratic mayor of the city. So this is one of the most ridiculous decisions he's ever seen. So there's no chance that jussie smollet did not do this. The real question is why was the decision made to drop all charges against a guilty, man. That's essentially, we it's interesting. Dr we when we went back in the story initially happened. We thought to ourselves seems to have it a lot particularly with Trump supporters in which they're accused of doing these sort of hate crimes, and then we find out later that they're hoaxes. And so we went back and pulled a bunch of these stories, and you know, we we saw that pattern. Very clearly what pattern. I didn't really expect to see was how many of the people who were caught. In hoax wound up having little to no punishment for perpetrating the hoax is that common. Because part of me thinks that this story in the way, they've treated it isn't quite as uncommon as we may thought the I mean, I mentioned just in kind of the intro are did the model. Like mean, I mentioned about twelve of these cases. So now the only thing that is notable about Jesse smell. It is that he happened to be a very famous, man. He was the second lead on empire. And he describes something so cinematic that this became a national or international story, but in every other respect normal middle class tax payer, either district nowadays, sometimes alright claims that are ridiculous thing happened Garner's, local or even regional media attention, and then is exposed as a hoax or nothing happened to that is the pattern for I hate crime hoaxes. In fact, very rarely are people punished in these cases, generally when someone is punished what I saw I believe seventy four percent. Of the time that they receive this is in case there is any punishment at all they receive a single misdemeanor charges. Something like phones reports. Disorderly conduct. That's how that would generally be treated very that. You see the same thing in many fake, false sexual assault cases, very rarely as someone charged with the equivalent of what they claimed happened injustice smell. Let's Casey was but the charges were almost immediately dismissed, and as you said, I mean the line in the law is that Justice has to be blind. But also has to carry a sword. So be fair but also be ruthless enough to keep the public peace. And when you do see something like, the dismissal of sixteen felony counts. You have to question whether that's happened. But it's not uncommon because it's interesting. We have this situation where we the the glory of being a victim in our society. Today seems to be so high the incentive to to become a victim is now something in the American culture for whatever reason. And yet we don't disincentivize people from faking it because we never we never seem to to punish that behavior. I mean that that that is that's a weird structure for incentives, and I think it's it's creating a lot of this, isn't it? Yes, I think the two phenomena tied together. So I mean, first of all, you're absolutely right. That American culture glorifies victimhood, which is really on when you look at when you look. Yeah. Well, when you look at a hero store, you're not supposed to cheer for the dragon. But you're not supposed to cheer for the prince or Princess tied to the rock. You're supposed to cheer for the hero. Being a victim is a temporary situation that you fight your heart is to escape I was part of the young, man. Now, I'm not, and that's the traditional understanding of victimhood. I do think that because of this idea of intersection now, we're almost getting into philosophy. But intersection activist left at the more oppressed. You are the more right? You have to talk the more value. Your lived experience has been Shapiro. The conservative commentator done some good monologues about this. Because of that idea. I do think that victimhood itself has gained kind of a premium. In terms of not punishing people for faking victim, would I think that ties to the idea that victim is valuable because so many hate hoaxers do happen to be on the political left beater too many happen to be people of color. The question is often asked is do we want to prosecute do? We want a bunch of big upper middle class white and black guys in suits in police. Uniforms shouting at this person in some victim group that claimed they were abused. That's now going to say they have a drug problem is now going to say they were mentally ill. And then you're gonna drag the trial out his painfully.

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"ducker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"ducker" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Minutes today. I want you to go to glennbeck dot com and watch the episode that we did last night on the blaze. I brought it out from behind the pay wall. So everybody could see it. It is available today. And it's at glennbeck dot com, it's all about congresswoman, Omar and her fundraising for care. You know, they can't say booboo to Omar you God forbid you question anything. And when you see tomorrow the tonight show or the one I did last night. I'm sorry. And when you go to glennbeck dot com, and you watch it you will wonder wait a minute is there. No one watching the store is there. No one that's willing to bring these things up now because we're too busy being outraged by what Ducker Carlson's on that's to the Tucker Carlson thing is in large part a pushback against the anti semitism of Villanova bar where that's been be. They're trying to regain the narrative there of who's the evil people saying the nasty thing. So obviously, there's an equivalency obviously from the somebody Bubba the love sponge show that makes a joke, you know, compared to a congresswoman who last week. Had the the Muslim Brotherhood selected head of care. In her office. And it was weird was that's when everything changed care. All of a sudden shows up these thugs that are that are direct sister linked to HAMAs the care is the propaganda arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, and they're all in his in her office. And then lo and behold, just a few hours later, the Democrats decide, you know, what we're gonna make this about anti-semitism, but we're also going to make this about, you know, Allama phobia as well in all kinds of hatred, and we're going to kinda back off of Omar. And if you think, you know, if you think these companies are going to be doing more and more of the type of expose needed about people like. Ilana? Mar I mean, you're crazy. You have to have there has to be a place where people can actually do it. And look the reason why the blaze was started a long time ago continuing to try to do today, if you can subscribe, it would be a great time to do it. Because you see the targets on the backs of this conservatives all over the place in the media. I want Tucker Carlson to know. I stand next to him that doesn't mean that I believe in or excuse anything that he said or didn't say, I don't know to me. It was in the context of a stupid radio show in two thousand six I don't believe that about Tucker. I believe that he would say things like that. In a in a comedy show. Twelve years ago, but the world was a vastly different place twelve.

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"ducker" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ducker" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Again. Could you imagine gravy and relish on your pancakes? Yuck. Hey, listen. The phone lines are open one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us. I'm sure you have at least one to twelve questions about living the best digital life online that I can lend a hand to once again that number is one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four and as you're calling in this show. Let's get this party started already with our global tech news of the week update. We always put one of these together for you. So that you stay in the know, and we're going to start with the trumpets and the angels right now is Mark Zuckerberg has made a startling discovery something that is a foreign concept to Facebook. Are you ready? It's a novel thing that you might remembering having once in your life. It's called Friday Zuckerberg wrote about his pithy, you know, three thousand word posts. Yes. He says the future of Facebook will be based on privacy and security is vision includes encrypted messages Ducker Berg said, and I quote, I understand that many. People don't think Facebook, Ken or would even want to build this kind of privacy focused platform, really? And because frankly, we don't currently have a strong reputation. No honest for building privacy protective services end quote. Who I know you're thinking after the numerous data breaches scandals fake news and selling of all of our data to anyone willing to pay. Facebook has suddenly discovered privacy and security. This news comes on the heels of Android apps like yelp sending our data to Facebook. Even if you don't have account. I'm sure Zuckerberg sudden waking has nothing to do with the fact that he lost fifteen billion dollars last year because Facebook and his own failures. I think I really do. I think this has to be some kind of April Fool's day joke. It must be all right. Surely by now, you're tired of creating difficult to crack passwords. They'd have upper case letter. A number punctuation. Mark a haiku a gang sign in the blood of a virgin, well, good news. The worldwide consortium finally took steps to.

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