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"ducker" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show
"Measuring when the big prize for the 48 hour movie marathon. All right, on the time waster today, Harry couldn't junior is back live with his band, hamer hall, into sermon on the 17th and 18th, tickets go and sell 11 a.m. this Monday, April 24th at ticket, we've got a double pass for the best in show on today's time we start. On national condiment day. A Melbourne man has made headlines across the world after setting a record for the most hummus consumed by a person in a week. Yeah, but do you want to have 37 kilos in a week? It's a little bit because it doesn't weigh that much. That's so much so much chickpea, blend it down. What would one tub be 200 grams? It's 5.7 kilograms a day. The man known only as the hummus knight did 37 kilograms of almost over 7 days. That is crazy. All right, today on national condiment day, we're looking for your condiment movies. Dude, where's my cardamom? It's an ingredient used to enhance a flavor. It's a conjugate. The Oxford English dictionary definition of condiment. A substance such as salt mustard or pickle that is used to add flavor to food. But your honor, no further questions, I rest my case. Downgrade the scorching. Where's my cardamom? Oh, you suck. Grinder on the orange express. The grinder could be a pepper grinder, silk grinder, however you like to grind. Thin red Heinz. Seal up? We came to bernays. Bride of chutney. Gold. And miso congeniality. Silver plus. All right, check your boy, what have you got? Condiment, which is of course any substance added to food enhanced flavor. Dijon wick. Oh, that's very good. Gold. I am jam. Yay. Silver plus. Edward's soy sauce hands. Oh no, that's gold. Solid gold. And air sauce one. But remember the fun we have with the glory days. Of course, dude where's my cardamom? All right, what have you got then? Condiment movies are remind yourselves of the definition of a condiment. But Christian O'Connell show podcast. Double bar sub grams to go and see Harry Connor junior live in December for the best in show to down the time while stuff. But a condiment in a movie. All right, let's Marlon Jack, you ready? Yeah. The tree mustard is. Gold. Very good. Ash, well done. Catch up if you can. Silver. Jeff well done. Throw mama from the grain rain. Yeah, you know, it's a spice, but you ain't had to go on just a little soup sort of grain to this. Unless it's like a DACA. It passes if it's like in a ducker. How would you define ducker? You see at the menu, you know it's nice. But what is it? Is it pistachios? It's all sorts of nuts and grains and you get a beautiful bit of crusty bread with some olive oil and balsamic and dip it all in. Hungry now. But it's also nice in a brick. You know, with some eggs and yeah, that's what I've seen on the menu with eggs with scrambled eggs. Good shot guys, good food talk. Come back same time tomorrow. Where was I? Oh yeah on the radio. Saltless in Seattle. Hollandaise of thunder, silver, bob and Chelsea well done. Edward Siri archer hands. Spicy. Chutney chutney bang bang. You mean QP? Silver. The French onion dip connection. Civil plus. Finding Mayo. Silver, Alvin and the chipotles. Gold. Kev well done. Driving this gravy. Gold driving this mayonnaise. Silver, pickling this daisy. Gold. The banshees of relish Erin. Silver. It's nice, it's good though, good effort, Carly. The wasabi movie wasabi movie wasabi. What's our bean lampie? It ain't gonna go. Peppering miss daisy. Oh, it's a little bit of pepper on top there. Double plus, some pollen cooey rub. Mustards of the universe. Silver. Cocaine bearnaise. Set a cocaine bears. That is hot to go. Very good Tanya. Something about mayonnaise. Silver, Austin pies and the spice you shagged me. Silva, two sriracha with love. Silver. No country for old Mayo. Prawns. Sriracha may, if you can. Bronze. A reddish chord wonder. That's pretty good, gold. And dude, where's my vinegar? That's his chips. Only chips. All right, who's off to go and see hazard junior? I know you think this is basic, but I like chutney chutney bang bang. No, but not as smart as some of the others Chucky chuck you bang bang. Certainly because it sounds naughty. But Christian O'Connell show podcast. All right, tomorrow's show today. Tomorrow then we'll be giving away the first seats. In our 48 hour movie marathon, whoever's left sitting, wins the share, either all of it or some of it depends if there's anyone else with them of $20,000 to spend at chapel street precinct wherever you want. Email still coming in about as we try and put together the rules and regulations for this. Christian, what about all the people in the cinema have electrodes on their eyes? Is this orange? Wait, so how does that even work? As they are they wired up? Are they registering REM sort of rapid eye movement? And they get a shock if they fall asleep. Hockey came in and said you can get a legal tasers from barley. How he knows that. Not my concern. Kushner not sleeping due to two young children constantly infiltrating our bed at night. The TV is forever hijacked with the kids. What's another fortune hour to watch sleep without sleep right now? Count me in from dad Mark, Christian Christian, something else for you guys to think about today. The winner needs to pass a urine test. Seems a bit OTT is 20,000 up for grabs, some people will get on drugs to win. Just saying, Kirsten. He's gonna not wrong. There are what we gonna do. You were a winner. Now it is paying that. And then we'll come back after this song. I guess I could pay at the start. Nobody's during it unless you think they're gonna be like doing priests. No, well, we pat them down and make sure they're not got any. We're gonna pat them down. No Weinstein. I just need to pack you down for this part. The volunteers will pass the dog. Can we get a list of other lists down? It's an orgy. Of shenanigans. Are you on people taking amphetamines in their pocket or something that's going to keep in mind? We need to run so the American sport is Sara is it? You said it. We need them involved. As you can imagine, we have quite a long way to go yet before we open the cinema up in two weeks time. We do need your help. All right, so tomorrow on the show, we will start to give away the first seat, so if you want in and I'm happy to pass a urine test at the end of your winner, what competition could it be where you got to go? Well, don't hang on a minute though. Just please pass this urine test and it's all fine. Email me. Question at Christian O'Connell dot com that IU and also if you work for usada, but Christian O'Connell show, podcast.
"ducker" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He's still plays. Reckless is Helen gets after it really looking forward to that Bosa. Not a lot, not a lot of practice Last couple weeks been out there with the team guys didn't working on the side over by himself. But anticipating that he's going to be right, both those guys could be maybe on a little bit of a pitch count. I would think in terms of the gas tank and and Getting their field for the game. Um and I think it's up to the guys inside. I mean, I still I will never underrate before is Buckner and what he meant to the defense. So the inside pass rushes has got to come alive, and that tells me that continuous street has to step up. D J has got to be able to stay healthy. Kevin Gibbons all those guys Eric Armstead when he gets inside, and now he's got an actual speed. Russia and Eric had a tremendous training camp and preseason, So it's such a You know, I mean, so big and so long that he needs space to work his moves. And when you don't have an address, er, a guy that really threatens up the field and threatens that tackle, But he's got a kick stuff and get the hell out of the way. All that tackle does is sit to the inside and not worry about getting beat to the outside, and that clogs the lineup for Armstead. So I think just having and we'll see a lot of bitches and matches where guys are on the same side of the field together. You have Armstead in both together, Armstead before together, Dee Ford and Bosa together. They'll have so many options that they're bringing these guys, but I think Armstead arm steps number is going right back to double digit sacks with that. What? That elite player out there next to him. So, um all know more after after this week, one game at Detroit about that group, but in terms of the depth, uh I think they're going to overwhelm people with wave Russians just constantly bringing in fresh water. It's the first of our weekly hangs with Tim Ryan, color analyst for the Niners on our radio network here on KNBR, the sports leader, Emmanuel mostly, he's doubtful for this game. So who do you think is the best option? The guy who just got here in Josh Norman or the rookie who's been hopefully trying to get up to speed to be the opposite corner of Jason. Brett. Yeah, I think it depends on you Know what? They're going to be running? How much, man? How much press so much off, man. How much covered three quarters all they're going to run all of it. You know, Josh has done all of it. No question throughout his career, man. I think that guy not having a training camp at his age is a good thing for him, so we'll have fresh legs. I do not know Cinnamon practice a lot this week. Out there with the ones and kind of doing his thing, and then you have the rookies. So, um, I don't know who is going to be. I'll be honest with you, but I think even one of them, um I don't think when you look at these receivers Tiro Williams can run. I had a shoulder injury, last year's big, long guy. Got a lot of juice to him, But I think when you think of Ducker being out the pass rush the ability, I think to kind of hip hop to the other receivers because they're not going to blow you away with speed. My think whoever's out there will be fine. Man, you mentioned the Ford man. He is perfected the techniques involved with the strip sacks of the fact that he's healthy, not only we're going to get some sacks. We're going to see some forced fumbles. And that's what to me is so exciting. I got to ask you one more on the quarterbacks, because to me it's really interesting what we saw in that first drive when they were flipping Garoppolo and Lance back. In and out of the game. Now, you know to me it was really interesting. The Lance Moster runs the mesh point trying to feel, you know, See that mesh point See who's got the ball because they're both legitimate run threats, And if they're going in opposite directions, I mean, you cannot be more conflicted as a defender. You even commented on the broadcast. But the common wisdom Tim is that you don't juggle the quarterbacks in the midst of a series. But you play d in the NFL. I don't know. My sense of it was that it put a lot of pressure and kind of a chaotic field to the defense there. What was your feeling on that? Well, I'm with you, but I think the thing that's different than most other places is Trey. Lance isn't just his own recorder back. He can in the offense isn't going to change. I mean, And they'll have two guys don't region there for Jimmy to so he can still run all the same place you can still throw from the pocket. Obviously, his mobility is a huge asset when the protection breaks down or nobody's open, but Um, you know, not a lot of teams have that type of talent sitting behind, sitting behind the starting quarterback. So, um, there's no doubt it's going to get people problems. How much we see it. I think it is. You know, that's that's the big question that everybody's got going into the week. Um, I don't know if we'll see it like we saw it in the radar game or it's right out of the gate. Now he's had on certain down a distant situations. But man, I think of a lot of opportunities you think of force into its plus 48. So your past midfield. That's it's fourth and to, um I don't know how much you want to get down in. The president need two point conversions. Think of the options that they've got now, with two point conversions, exactly, Um, with his legs and his ability to throw it so again, Load the boxer in trouble. And then if you really sell on it and all that zone, reach stuff and go back and watch some of the Robert Griffin the third tape when when I was coaching them there, there's a lot of pop passes off of, but On a dash is a lot of half rolls, or I mean, that's like, unbelievable play action. You get the linebackers take three or four steps, and then he pops back and just rips it down the field, So it's excited. Is this the, uh, the best weapons that you've seen since you've been with the 49 years and they've had some really good ones Don't get me wrong, but I think I was going to have a big year. Uh oh. Looks really good. Like he looks like he's in shape and ready to go. You got to do yoga twice a week could be like Devo Samuel. Hopefully. State of I always had that You haven't seen you reach over your shoulder to grab your wallet like he does. He's got those high pockets. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yo, yoga and me? No, not so much. Not so much. You know, It's funny, Tim. I thought it was like, how hard could yoga be, And then I did it. I go. This sucks. It's hard. Thought it was my wife. One time I'll never do it again. I'm like Kitty, You're hardly moving and you're sweating like a dog. Are you freaking kidding me? Oh, man. That question, I think. You know, chance to be really good. Obviously, When you look at the group, I tell you the guy I'm excited for him and I took it speaks for itself. Phone into your two when he was able to do last year and All the run after the catch stuff. He's still going to get better. No question with all of his route running and you know, a lot of this offense is post snap reads, and some of their routes are going to change in their you know, two or three steps into their into their route. So you know all that stuff is important, and he'll get better at all that stuff, but he's electrifying. Get the ball in DuBose hands anyway, you can and then I'm excited for trench. Your field man. You talk about a guy that comes to work and has worked on his craft, and it's gotten multitudes.
"ducker" Discussed on Beyond the Wheel
"Will joe before we let you go. Is there anything else that you wanted to talk about that. We might have missed that. You want to highlight especially related to the recent acquisition. No i think you know. I think we're we're going to keep having a really good time. Both companies are are wonderful companies. Wonderful products we still serve the same great community. So we're gonna we're gonna keep growing our team growing both products. If anyone listening has any suggestions for things we can do better or differently. You can always reach out to us which is awesome. And i think the only thing i'd say ending there's been a lot of grumbling. How many more are there are. And how packed it is out there and how hard is gonna campgrounds and all this kind of true. It certainly busier than ever. But i will say we just got back from a ten day. Rv trip and we were fine riley. We made it work. We were able to end up getting into all the parks. Wanted to through cancellations. I had to call and bank on cancellations but a ton of people cancel. I mean what's wild is. Can you were mentioning the koa. You went to those full so we stayed at koa yesterday in grand junction. Koa holiday probably one of the more popular parks totally sold out. We got a cancellation so we got in awesome. But then i was amazed while we were there three or four sites empty they just never showed up. And so had you show someone driven and they would have been fine. So i think that the fears of overcrowding are little bit overblown but you still obviously need more preparation than normal. Yeah that's excellent advice. Actually so thanks so much joe for coming back on and we really appreciate you. Taking the time to chat with us about the growth of harvest hosts and Ambu duckers welcome..
"ducker" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast
"Of money from xyz abc You know in order to do this because they because they went that route that left him open to while getting to a level where he felt comfortable fighting again. Exactly why you did this. You did this three months ago you to have this fight three months ago. Had this fight in early on march and then he wouldn't have had this issue early march. You don't have this issue. You could have put it on the bus already. had it done. You know how this issue but because china we've all the money out as you possibly could because we know joshua doesn't want to fight anybody. We know joshua himself in just separate all the ducker anthony. Josh swing. no genentech zero at all. He started out. Wow so you know. He's trying to get the biggest bite of the apple he can possibly get so now. You've got now. you've got on wilder. Who has a.
"ducker" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"So we've gone through horse shoes. I feel like the well is dry. Is this the end of the episode. It's not my friends. Because i'm i've got my pinky wrapped around a wishbone. And i'm just waiting on you to come over well. I wish that this episode could just go on forever and will be doomed to attornal damnation. Doing this episodes forever The firkh ula is the wishbone of a foul turkey. Ducker a chicken and that's where the clavicle is fused to the sternum Right above the sternum there. Yeah fused together so everyone knows that the trick you put one pinkie on each side of a wishbone. You both make a wish you tear it and whoever breaks apart in whoever you gotta dried out i. That's key if you try to do it. Fresh out of a turkey. Collagen collagen has embraced very easily. Yeah but whoever ends up with the biggest part of the wishbone their wish will come true. And this goes way back. Doesn't it super far back As far back as we've identified so far to the trust skains who the rivals of the ancient greeks and the predecessors of the ancient romans Who lived in italy and they were engaged in animal sacks. Yeah it was probably orgy every night of the week. Kind of thing. Tom but one of the things they did was blood sacrifices of chickens and i for some reason. The wishbone caught their attention Chickens birds in general were were believed to be Oracles or divine. You could tell the future with that kind of thing or you could make a wish on them. And for some reason the for was identified as particularly magically potent part of his already magical animal the bird or the chicken yes they would they would stroke saying they would make a wish on it I think the breaking apart didn't come to a little bit later I think that was the romans because they didn't have a lot of chicken which surprised me. I thought the ruins had a lot of everything. Are there any roman scholar out there. Who who let us know that hinkie is that make sense and if so why did the romans not have chickens and i think we just up with the new super in group t shirt for the romans colon where the chickens. No you mean colon. that's right. We need a colin jingle. We gotta go jingle did we. I don't think so did some barry someone in No assad an email from a guy saying we. We have a colon sound. I think he's talking about a fart. Oh i see am. I read that wrong though But anyway not as many chickens not as many wishbones so people would break bones in half and that supposedly is where the breaking of the wishbone finally comes in Which is of course passed along to. Britain passed onto america where we had lots of the ducks and turkeys and chickens. You know and That's kind of the deal. That's why americans still do that today. I still do every now. And then sure. Yeah i mean why not. The animal died for that purpose. Mostly you might as well do something about it. But there's supposedly. The brits like took that and really ran with it and added some stuff to like. Initially in in britain rice. I should say during the golden age of wishbone. Breaking in great britain. You would balance the wishbone on your nose. Make wish and then take it off. Let it fall off and And then you would go about breaking it with somebody and then after that if you won the larger piece you still had another obstacle to make it past which was you would take each piece. Put it in your fist and make the person choose a fist and if they chose the shorter one finally you who hold onto this longer one throughout the whole time. We'll get your wish granted if not they could come up and sneak. Your wish away Just by getting the longer piece out of your fist at the end there so of course. The puritans are like that seems pretty ungodly. Let's really sure it's trim this down in your puritan asking there you go The only dubious part of this part of the article to me is it says that's where the term getting your lucky break comes from and i'm not quite sure about that. No everything. I saw that came about from playing pool and billiards starting the nineteenth centuries which makes way more sense and lucky break. One more thing about the. It's actually a really ancient phone. It allows wing movement among turkeys and chickens and stuff like that but they also Found them among velociraptor. T. rex as well to allow for arm movement in extension. So it kind of is one of those things. That directly connects the dinosaurs to modern day. Birds very cool. I think so too. I wasn't going to let that pass man no way so. Should we get into salt so throwing salt over your shoulder. That's the thing you spilled the salt. You take you take a pinch. Meech thought over that left shoulder and this They say may have come from davinci's painting of the last supper If you look closely judas scary at his doctor with assault spill that salt judas was not a good guy. He betrayed jesus in the bible and so the association of salt and disloyalty started there and the idea that the devil is sitting over your left shoulder in some christian beliefs. And you're throwing salt your shoulder to blind the devil over that left shoulder and that might be that comes from. Yeah i saw elsewhere. I saw a few places that it was davinci started that with. That painting also saw that he was following on a much much older tradition of the idea of spilling salt being considered unlucky. Right which makes sense because People probably were not actually paid in salt. Ever at any point in western history. We talked about this in our currency we busted that one. Because i don't think it's actually true it's to such a great a great Factoid but not necessarily true one. But that's not to say that salt was in an extremely valuable commodity for very long time. So they think that there was a a taboo that grew around spilling the salt that turned into a superstition be that had kind of practical origins which was really expensive stuff. Don't don't spirit or else. You're basically lighting the devil takeover and that that made sense for why you would throw some of. That's all over your shoulder although it's even more wasteful. But that's what. I was getting ed. Just don't get that. Yeah yes agreed. I guess it's just a pinch but still maybe that came about after salt became a little more easy to get. That's basically free like people pay to take salt now but we try to go out on the street corner in new york and not. Have somebody give you salt. Yeah you.
"ducker" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"So an august twenty fifteen just a couple months later. The ashley madison scandal happened. And if you're not aware of what. Ashley madison is. Actually madison is basically was a platform. Where if you want to have an affair you can you go. You sign up and it basically connects you to other people. Were who want to engage in an extra marital affair will ashley. Madison was hacked a bunch of celebrities got nailed on this. Josh duggar was one of them. And he got nailed for being on ashley madison and cheating on his wife. Once again he's like. I'm sorry i have a porn addiction. And so he and his wife. Anna event apparently got treatment together. And did some counseling and supposedly. That was that was from there. Then we have the next year so the next year in twenty sixteen a porn star named danika dylan said that josh duggar paid to have sex with her and then quote assaulted her to the point of causing her physical and emotional. Res josh ended up responding to the lawsuit on his own denying that he even slept with her in claim that he never even met her. Danika ended up dropping the lawsuit the following year. However she said that it was because of threats not because it didn't take place in two thousand nineteen. There was a real estate lawsuit. Josh and his company at the time aol investments were sued by a man for apparently purchasing five acre property illegally. And then we have last month where he was booked for child pornography charges. I'm just so disgusted by it. And i think like there is a sincere issue in this country amongst certain far far far right evangelical christian groups and before anyone gets their knickers in a twist. I am not talking down on christianity in any way shape or form. I'm talking about these really really really small far far right off. The red religious sects like the duckers. The douglas belong to this. Homeschooling community called the institute of basic life principles. The founder of i'm going to call it l. p. From here on out bill gothard. He was actually fired and kicked out of his own organization. Because thirty women came forward with allegations of rape and sexual misconduct. So gothard was pretty much like thrown out into the wind however the duggar still go almost every single year in fact when josh duggar was arrested last month jim bob. Michelle were actually in big sandy texas. Getting ready to deliver a speech at the l. p. family conferences. And here's the thing. Almost every single leader of ib l. P. has been accused of some sort of sexual misconduct. And i truly believe. And i'm willing to go out on a limb and also die on this hill. I truly believe that. The theological like believes of groups like this basically like the complementary gender roles the purity cultures the patriarchal structure of the men know everything. The women are quiet all of that creates this dynamic in this power structure where it breeds situations like this. It just breeds. It is so much more common than one things and yes. If you want to disagree with me. I can show you the statistics of sexual abuse in groups. Like the sa- back that up..
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.
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
"ducker" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak
"Last year's election cycle she says we apologize because we we put you in a tough position and and it was not our intention to put you in a tough political position with the republicans. That's what she felt. They did wrong cuomo last year of course sizes executive order that bars patience from being refused entry into nursing homes based on their covid. Nineteen status inexplicably. The order also makes it illegal for nursing homes to test any resident returning from a hospital for kobe so they basically swung the doors open and invited covid nineteen into places that are full of people who are who are vulnerable to this disease. Who are the most vulnerable to this disease. It was hospital administrators not doctors or nursing home staff hospital administrators i e bureaucrats i e globalist. They were given the authority to decide which patients get transferred into nursing homes in which didn't as late as january new york state was admitting that there were only eight thousand deaths in nursing homes. The real numbers close to fifteen thousand. The architect of that policy was new york. State's health commissioner howard zucker ducker was once the highest ranking american and the w. h. President trump withdrew the united states from. Who last year. Joe biden two days after his inaugurate his quote unquote inauguration. He directed the us federal government to rejoin it. I don't tell you these stories to have you sit back and and clutch your pearls. Let nothing surprise you any longer. Let nothing outrage you any longer. It's all the liberate. It's all a sigh up and they're coming for us. All we're at war folks were at war but up until now only one side has known it. Well now the other side is waking up and realizing it as well isn't it and it's a glorious thing how to fight back resist with your mind. That's the first step. well that's our show for today opie enjoyed. You have any comments any of the issues. We discussed drop me a line. You can reach me at comments at. It show dot com. That's comments itn show dot com mexican for listening. Everyone until next time. Take care yourselves. If it's on your mind it's in the news. Subscribe to in the news on both i tunes and on stitcher radio. This has been in the news..
"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
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"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.
"ducker" Discussed on Doug Miles Media
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"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"What's hot. What's not and just making sure that you turning up regularly consistently in publishing really helpful valuable original content. So it's very much we'll that you and what you can do for people and then the other thing that i do on a very regular basis suspended. My message is this. I make sure that when the right opportunities come my way to be on somebody else's podcast on the podcast too. So i get it and understands. Just how personal it is to introduce another person to my audience. I'm responsible i'm responsible for doing is just like you are responsible for introducing me to your audience today. And so you know. I get austin beyond shows. Yeah four five times. A dyke proudly currently certainly being more than that in the past. It will probably you know be less than that in the future but right now four to five invites day. Probably i get but only do about three a week right so i'm very picky very choosy with the shows of i go on when i do. I respect the fact that the host is ultimately introduced into their in a circle. And you go to show up and provide value in that regards as well. The goal here is to do that on mass with your audience. But i guarantee they'll be somebody that listens to this old watches this or tunes sound bite somewhere. Someone will hear what you and. I have been talking about today. And it'll bring clarity to a situation that they currently handling and that at the very core of everything we do is what it's all about because it's a solve people's problems that's it don't have any delusions of grandeur. That's all we've that's what we do. That's i hope that today through listening and hearing what the value of this could be he would tell you how to do it all today. But i hope you've least listened and figured out that maybe today is a day. You start taking a step in finding your voice in figuring out what you stand for and want to be known for and you see. I'm going to take a step today to put something out there that helps people that is from something i've done before that you've learned you want to help people with and take that step and dip your toe in the waters of getting started in this idea of building a personal brand building a reputation outside of your resume and you preneurs book is a great place to start. It does get into these ideas. How do you start. How do you put out content. How do you build the awareness around what you're becoming known for something. And how do you build a business around that. How does this become something that you can actually monetize outside of your normal job at. You're still working a job. And that's all you procure dot com. If you wanna work with chris specifically or higher to speak at your company or your events there is chris tucker dot com as well and if you wanna go see him live and go to one of these events you preneurs summit dot com is where you can find some of that information so again. Thanks christopher coming on. Today it's been a pleasure for me personally selfishly and i'm sure the honest got a lot out of it as well today till it was my pleasure. Thank you for having me all right. That's it guys again. If you haven't had a chance go and subscribe. Listen every week tune in as we bring you more guests like this more value bombs in marketing branding and thanks for listening. You've taken your marketing knowledge to another level with this episode of brands on brands on brands. But we have plenty more ways to not just help you build a business but build a brand head over to brandon brands dot com for more resources as well as access to our blogs videos and exclusive coaching sessions with your host. Be sure to visit brandon brands dot com..
"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"Reprogramming instrument right and so i said i don't care where somebody's from our care what sex they are how they identify themselves. What color the skin is who they love. I don't care about that stuff. I just can't when they're on my stage. The dropping value bombs on my audience. That's all i care about. And she she shut up pretty quickly quite frankly she took it she understood it but just that just does go show you like limiting beliefs that people i was british event that should be more british people on stage. Not if you wanna learn well you mentioned that you're in a couple of masterminds not. Maybe not everyone knows what those are about but beyond that. I think they can google that like. I don't think we need to define it for you guys. Go google masterminds. If you haven't heard of it but or they read the book can go. We're rich by napoleon hill and get us the money right there. That's the manual rideaid. But i would ask if you could share whether you want to tell us which ones you're not but like how do you go about choosing and finding ones at seem like a fit for you is it led by. Is it like you pick the people you wanna be around or is it. How do you go about finding what works for you. Yeah that this two things really nine times out of ten. It's it's either person related or at subject related right so you might wanna learn from one particular person or be around one particular person. The person say this leading the mastermind group itself and you know that that person for example attracts people of a similar mindset. You won't be at right so you wanna be around that person and their people all the flip side to that. Is it subject based in other a lot of masterminds who run by people. You and i heard before ever. But they being teaching people how to do they say for example build teams and soap's within those teams for over a decade. If i wanna learn how to build a team and create standard operating procedures for that teams of follow. I'm not gonna go to the guy who's who's great on on on your new meteor approach. I'm going to go to the guys being building teams for ten years right so i think it comes down to one one of the other an antique point like the two masterminds. I'm a pot of personally right now. And i've been a member of most mine on often. Probably the best part of a decade. I'm a member of two right now. One of this page and is subject. I east And i don't talk about who it is because it's just not my place to do it but it's it's a twenty five thousand dollars per year annual investment so it goes to show you. I put my money where my mouth is on this concept. The second one is here organized. It's quote unquote free. Piney thing and every quarter we meet up round. I'd say kobe three times a year. We meet up as a small group of five or six. People were all men. Were all fathers amrou business owners and so we need up when we talk about those three big things and how we can balance all of those and we drink incredible scotch in the evenings and come up with amazing ideas during the daytime and we do that for a few days a few times each year. But again i small pige netted equal. You wanna be around your exactly as we come towards the the back end of the podcast. Here i wanna give. I want to end with some value for the listeners out there. They've gotten value this whole up sony. They have wind and start over. But i want to let let's trauma level. Let's try let's bring value to couldn't get any value at any of this. Let's start over now. There's two things that are burning in my mind. I think you really have time to maybe answer one and the rest could shoot. Let's do both of them. I tried the first the first. I'll give you both and you can pick them to start with. The first is going to be like well once. I started doing this. We're gonna do. I grow people's awareness of. How do i bring people into my world now. Do people find you are one part is how to make any money off of this. They're big questions. That's why say maybe we'll you can send them somewhere for more resources. But how do you find people. And then how do you make money in this in this world he. I mean that that two shows on in an among. You're right. I mean look ultimately i cover these two things. A hell of a law in-depth actually in rise of the knows. You should definitely link to. The book is the best fifteen bucks anybody spend if this is what they want to learn right but first and foremost you know making money out of your expertise. Personality is way easier than most people think it is his hard work. Passive income is not a thing because you have to create opportunities for the income that come in which comes out of hall work you might be able to put it somewhat on autopilot but ultimately true passive income. There's really exist. You've got to do something for right but you know when we talk about personal brand businesses. It's initially trading time for money so people will pay for your expertise to download your expertise mule brain into their brain the happy to pay for facts. Actually we are more likely a more open to pay for that kind of ability to learn quickly of somebody. Who's been there and done that today and we ever have been in the history of western civilization. Why do you think coaches consultants and experts are making so much money out. There is because people appreciate and understand the power of fos tracking their own success by engaging the services of people who have been an errand. Donna already sassafras thing. Obviously you've got online courses type the ones and many approaches to about one to one approach and let's stop it. Yeah there's a lot of different ways you can. You can monetize a personal brand. In fact there's an entire playbook at the back of that book that i wrote so they should go check that out. That's they're into it. Mukasa like spreading a message in getting out there. There's two things that i do very very religiously even now to this day us thing is i might show the i create and publish valuable original content on a weekly basis. If you can do that two or three times a week and obviously you will. You will be found more frequently in more places than you would do if you do it just once a week on a viral youtube video for example. Right the people in youtube will find you. Those are looking for content. You know via say yougal. The i tunes podcast app. Probably won't right so you've got a kind of it's not. It's not a matter of sort of being everywhere as just abou it king of fights at the right time and seeing.
"ducker" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands
"Been kademi which saw monthly online membership. We have the. Upn are incubator which is almost mined program and then we have the summit which is our annual conference takes place in london each november an icon of like the three main components of that you puna ecosystem but things. I'm really excited about right now this year anyways thus inform us you know. We got a big gaping hole in our ecosystem for digital call's concerned. It's not something that we've really looked at all that much. So we've got too many courses. Bland that this year the first one actually being allnutt virtual team building management. I said i get go back to the oh. Og leash right. I i love this stuff. It's great and then One also around sort of just building your online audience and that sort of thing later in the year. So yeah very excited about the whole kind of completing that part of the ecosystem is it. It is something that's that's been there an empty for wall. We're looking forward to filling in add up and you haven't been to the website. Go to you. Preneurs dot com. It's a if you like to read and figure out and you want to hear different perspectives on things. There's so much content on that site. That is every article every article links to ten other articles that you want to. If you want to go a little deeper on something that just picture curiosity you could end up on a rabbit hole and has you know. Suddenly you wake up and you spend a few hours on the site learning. And it's not just like one type continents blogs it's podcasts videos and looks like we're gonna be building more courses into this as well so definitely recommend personal experience. I've been there. I've been there. I've been checking out the content. A lot go to you. Preneurs dot com great resources cliche. You mentioned in the brand because we we actually worked really really odds off from sort of middle twenty eighteen through to the end the twenty nine thousand. We worked really hard on that side and the content within the site non surly like. Oh we need to do one post a week on pasta week or anything like that but we we soul within the number. I'm business niche. All these different sub niches and on expo on everything right so i would bring in somebody who was an expo public speaking with someone who is an expert on email. Funnel someone's an expert on the putting on holding great webinars and we we wanted. We ultimately wanted you to know dot com b. e. entrepreneur dot com of personal brand business and I don't i don't know the exact number of pieces of content on our website. But i think it's got to be closed for about six hundred The we've published in a year and a half. So i acknowledge you acknowledging it because it was a lot of work it looks like it and do you think so i mean as you billings like a media company mindset right as you do kinda grow and more people are looking to help. Do you do see. do you see you. Switching to a more contributor model and having more people come in and contributing stories submitting story early. i'll without a doubt. I mean we. We kind of have already done that. I mean it's never been like enough a big sort of official thing But i would say out of those six hundred or so you know pieces of content. I reckon a good two hundred maybe two hundred and fifty pieces written by contributors right so although it still quite team lead at this point We have slugged but surely being you know taken on board more and more and more contributor articles and things like that the danger you wrong with doing that sort of thing from a content perspective is that you get people that write content just for the sake of writing content try and get bat link an astronaut my jam atoll so we being very very very strict and he contributed article on uganda. Calm as being written by a jingyuan expo on whatever. Is that talking about you know. I'm not being funny. But anybody with an internet connection can research how to grow your brand on instagram in order to main So yeah i want. I want somebody who's keynotes at twenty times in the last year on how to grow your business on instagram teaching people how to do that. You know not exactly perfect. And i think since you have a good like circle of people. Now that you've been around for all these years it starts becoming through to know who the experts are. That are running in your circles. And i want to talk about that for a second. You probably have one of the best takes on networking i've ever heard. And what where's he going this. You what i've read as you call it growing your business circle. What stood out to me was in at the one of the things you call out is like going to events attending events and you say smaller events even is a good place for you to build better relationships with other experts how you found success in growing your inner circle yami definitely go into the vents is number one first and foremost in terms of the overarching carnival. Clan of crowing that circle i will say probably the best investment of time and money that i've ever made as an entrepreneur period bonnin being mosque mind groups. That's been the big thing for me And is one of the reasons. Why full like we've been running live events now ourselves as a company for nine years and at every single live event that we rum. We have a mastermind group component at it. Sometimes the entire vent is just that quite frankly. And i just i. I don't think you can put a dollar amount on the value of surrounding yourself with other people that just get it and have been there and doing it still an doing it with you at the same time you know. The fact is nobody has a monopoly on good ideas and You know the old adage of if you're the smartest person in the room you're in the wrong room is very true. I wanna be the complete idiot at the table. Like like i'll go. I've been building businesses for fifteen years. Now i want to be the least experienced person in that environment. I still know because of what i know. I can help other people around the table. Because you don't know what you don't know that's for sure right so i still value to share but i wanna be around thieving during this for longer than meal bigger than neil more profitable than me. Whatever it is and so yeah man. Live event saw absolutely huge but to your point smaller live events. I think are actually the way things are going. And i'm not saying ten twenty thirty people that's a that's a networking breakfast. I'm not talking about stuff like that. What i'm talking about is like you know you have very very large industry events four five thousand people and then you have more intimate industry events three hundred four hundred people their economy events. I wanna speak at number. One attends number two and network at number three. I'd rather go to a smaller industry event of three four hundred people in a much much bigger one the connection that i can make also as well from the keynote perspective. If i'm on stage. I can see every single face. If there's three hundred people in the audience. I will connect with every single person in that room in forty five minutes from a visual perspective. Or as if this four thousand people in the audience ssim possible just conduct and so i think the yeah without about what events have been absolutely huge for me and it's just about ready putting yourself into situations where you know you're gonna meet people with different ideas different experiences different upbringings and we're all in a world man. I just i wanna learn. from people. who've already been there that being certain situations handled different tribulations and trials them and all the rest of it. And that's why you know. Actually this this god's honest true story we had somebody last year. Who's attending the summit. Who said to me. You don't have enough. This was so good. You don't have enough british people on stage and you're an event in britain and i'm like well there's a reason for that and that is that In britain were about three to five years. Behind the united states with what. We're talking about things like social media the media company mindset of costing things like they talk about podcasting on the radio here in the uk like it some weird alien like mind.
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"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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"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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"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