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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Host podcasts movement anywhere in the universe i'm not even gonna let you to this world anywhere in the entire universe. Where would be really cool place to do so and the military. I was in hawaii. So i i think it'd be amazing to just get all these people to just come over to hawaii for a week and and not just enjoy a podcast conference but enjoy a beautiful exotic location. So i would say hawaii. I mean there's tons of places. You get podcasts. But i i think hawaii. It'd be a neat when we. I'm very confident. We'll never have it in hawaii but that that would i was just about to To commit verbally to appearing at person in hawaii. But i know the numbers dip so hard. It'd be worth it. But no i always gotta love for hawaii. So yeah that's a hawaii. That's my answer definitely on my bucket list. Glad it's on the fiction lear. Not glad it's on the podcast movement buckle well. They had the convention center in hawaii. And i'm thinking. I always think like man. How do these companies you know. Make this work because this is just so far away for people to travel. I guess if you've got companies that you know have the budget to send everybody to hawaii is probably only California and asia companies and in hawaiian companies. I guess too but yeah. I mean that that would be amazing to be able to do that for now. I think we're gonna keep the main podcast movement in north america but there are opportunities to create and have other events in other places in those are things that are on the horizon on proud to say very cool literally on the horizon nicely. Wow that was there. We go for three start with segues. We'd segue with segues and we'll end with segues as well. Jared thank you so much for sharing your story that podcasts movement story a lot of embarrassing banjo in wrestling stories. Everything in between Really really appreciate all you do and in the amazing things from podcast movement and and just the best community out there. Where is the best place for people to connect with you. Learn more about you personally as well as Get involved the podcast movement. The first place Most importantly is your podcast..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"I don't have any reason for where i came up with that name. That was just the name that i won't. I like it. it's energy. I'm already seeing the whole line of action figures. And and yeah. Yeah this is the only podcast where you'll ever hear. That is perfect for all right. I think we're good. My mom doesn't even know that. Yeah how about quirks. In addition to you know being a fifth grader naming wrestling A fictional a real wrestling figures. What does a quick something about your personality. That your wife her family. Somebody calls me out for that's Just a little quirky about who you are but you know you are not reason to change it. We've already discussed it. Is dad jokes. I'm adad joke guy. So i posted jokes on social media. People roll their eyes at people. Just say why did you do this. You're causing me pain. And then there's other people be like man that was was laugh. That was you know. I actually need to laugh today. That that's what i think is the intent behind. That is yeah. They're bad jokes. And they're supposed to be bad. And i i guess. Look one time John kinney he told me tell bad jokes. I asked if that i was like. What's your final thought the interviewed he's like oh bad jokes and i'm like why would you say like everybody. Everybody likes bad jokes. They say they don't but they really do. And he's like an breaks up the monotony. There's all this chaos and craziness in the world. All this crazy stuff. Like just tell bad joke for whatever reason i was like. Yeah that that speaks to be. I get that but no i i tell a lot of. We're bad jokes they're clean. They're not in bang terrible artist funky and some people don't care for them and some people do you know and they're all stolen that'll make them occasionally make them up. But mostly i. You know moral like the knicks person. So we'll whether it's stolen or bar odor re gifted harvey wanna do it. Is there a quick joke. That's top of mind that you wanna share well and again. These aren't very good so just just know knowing that goes without saying that. So what do you call a pop. Singers friends I'm not even gonna try. Go for it brittany spears. Oh wow bravo. Yeah that's i told you it's not good. Yeah and you can edit that out. I know that was horrible. Now that's i might edit out the rest of what you've said that all right. What is a weird talent that you have something that you're really good. At that many people would be surprised that some of that has nothing to do with podcasts movement. I'm a reasonable beat boxer. Oh nice is there like a four second beep you can do say it's funny about that is is one time. We were trying to get people's attention we were doing a live podcast at fm khan and we couldn't get anybody's attention because we were. There was a loudspeakers more. We're doing a podcast episode. And we wanted people to actually listen to the plaque and everybody just kind of talking. And so. I just got on the mike and started beat. Boxing and the other guy started rapping like freestyle rapping and we had the whole room like check it out and then we did the interview in that you know they. I think they watch this until they realized. Oh it's just a podcast. They moved on. It was effective for a moment. Now that's that's incr- that always comes in handy it it. It hasn't but mcgrew over there. What is a lesson that you still take with you to this day from being in the navy the navy stance from never again volunteer yourself. I think i think there some wisdom in that i. I do appreciate all our service..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"New members enjoy One of my favorite stories. Podcast was the lady who does a bird-watching podcast and she's pretty well respected in that world as at nass at asser. Hey what was one of the sessions that you thought was really helpful and i. I just assumed she'd mentioned of the keynotes or one of the obvious ones but she was like. Oh no. that's the wrestlers is all goes back to wrestling max. The guys that did the wrestling session. You'll talking about how they do. In engaging with your audience and allie monetize our shows and they had so many unique ideas that i've never heard anywhere else in. I can apply this to what i do and i was like. Yes exactly this is. This is why we do this. You know what other conference. What other place is there. Where the bird watcher in the wrestler connect. That doesn't usually happen. So but but but those are the types of situations that happened is Relationships friendships connections ideas and so usually a typical personnel attends. a podcast. conference will come away. they'll be encouraged. They'll be motivated. They'll be excited. They're like that's really interesting. People and some new ideas as things try at some encouragement to put myself out there. You know all those things usually happen for most attendees when they come back. It's incredibly special. Will you in team have created. I really just really appreciate everything you do. And it's clear that you're passionate comes out but also more than anything. The power of connection. That's possible within this podcast in community to your examples is off the charts. Never seen anything like it. And i can second that and third that in fourth and fifth as well. But if you have any sort of exposure to podcasts moment you do come away encourage motivated and excited. I didn't. it's kind of great way to to classify it. It's a fantastic reboot for your podcast and kind of your podcasting aspirations. So how'd you like to show up to the next park has movement with eight spectacular fantastic. Podcast it doesn't need to be called that..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Can get better By learning from what's working for one person and applying it or creating your own version of that by the way. I think that some of my favourite magic of podcast movement. Because i know. And i've been in orlando. I've been in nashville when i'm going to podcast movement that there's certain sessions that like i'm i'm definitely going to him excited about like for me now being in the podcast productions based like stuff on that side of super helpful as well as things that can help you in terms of improving quality. Grown your audience but one of the most pure fun and enjoyable but also insightful. Areas is to go to those different sessions. That are different like if you have a speaker who has a podcast and like the horror space or like in the drinking space. They're like you know sports bass like those different ranges like that. I think that's where some of the most creative insights come from so that kind of mix of all those different things is really one of the things that makes podcast movement so special in my mind that that didn't exist even at an immediate expo that did not exist. Prior to podcast movement is the circles. Were not overlapping to our knowledge. Anywhere And we looked far and wide to try to find it and we couldn't find it so we really believed okay. This is the opportunity. The option is not just putting the other practice. Conversely opportunities bringing podcasters from awada different circles. A lot of different niches and categories together so that they can learn from each other that became more of a focus and when that became more focused. That's when more people started to get involved. People started to give us a chance. So then you kind mix that with the decision to to try to be as high quality as possible and there was just a number of things that worked That that were good decisions. Even though they were tough decisions that time and that put us in a position you know to to get some speakers that we probably had no business getting But we would..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

02:17 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Although that was a difficult decision we were in it for the long haul and and i remember my wife was like. Why aren't you getting paid for all this work and it's like well we we make money is just. We invest the money back into the business. We don't peirsol yet because if you really going to build something. That's long-term has this massive impact. Believe that's what you gotta do and so that was a wise decision because then all of a sudden we had you know the ability to spend money on things and have have a little bit nicer. Venue You know just just to make those kinds of decisions because we had a little bit of a budget to work with and and so we got a reputation early on as hey. This isn't just a good event with good people. This is this is actually a high quality event like the resort nice though the menus nice the experience overall is good. it's not a cheap cheaply piece together thing and and so we got that reputation really quick attracted bigger sponsors that attracted bigger names that attracted the the. Npr's that attracted the apple. The you know the the bigger players we didn't have relations with them in a relationships with him. Initially but we started to develop those and as we develop those and they actually gave us a chance and came in and checked out the event they realize. Okay there is something to this. We want to be involved. I mean we're just little wins like the first event was mostly business podcasters and a lot of the ten days mostly male white business podcasters and so and then there's a we love that demographic but we also like hey podcasting has more than that. There's there's a lot of circles. how do we. How do we connect with these other circles. So then there was an intentional effort. Okay how do we connect comedians to connect with people in education out. We connect with you know the people that are doing different types of podcasts. Not just not just business. How do we connected. Sports people connect so we started thinking through that. Like how do we do. We get to know these folks. How do we make an environment where the different circles of podcast and learn from each other because the business podcast you can teach someone to the comedian and and the comedian can teach something to the business..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"And and we love it and we get it but not everyone who's in it as intimately as you. And i are max they may they may not understand appreciate that especially if it's not producing a certain type of result financially or at the time i can promise you we were not making any money. We were lucky to break. Even there was a couple minutes where we didn't even break. Even we actually lost money so that was a very challenging season. But the good news. Is we lift our wounds. When we make mistakes we had meetings and we just determine what went wrong. How do we fix it. And i can't take full credit for that. Because i'm a more of an emotional guy max and like dan is so that's one of my favorite things about the inferring sees so level headed. He's he's unless he's in the wrestling ring now. He even in the wrestling ring. You'd go find something youtube. Some old matches like he's okay. Hold on you already google. Now you're sounding out youtube. If you haven't got hurt i think he maybe maybe he had a legit shot. I'm glad he got hurt. Because you know now we're business partners but the tumblers on his wrestling background is well. I will shame that i haven't done that. But that said he is so like just things just balanced right off. You know like and that's not me like somebody messes with me. i'm right. Hey man listen here. You know like i got used to be in the navy and navy in the navy learning. Stand up yourself and don't you don't take crap from people and you got more of a you know okay. Let's let's get uncomfortable you know. Let's let's talk. Let's let's talk this out. Yeah listen to me brother. Yeah word yeah exactly hulk hogan type pro or dad is very level headed and he's like okay. Let's let's back. let's back up. Let's not take this personally. Inlets was figuring out. What what we need to do next time. And because he's like that and he had that clear mind you know man. He's he's talked me off the bridge. Many many pounds and and So i'd like to think they're there about there's a good balance there within our iraq complimented and some other areas. But i i gotta say that is a massive strength on dance is he is able to just not let things bother him and i have. I have not been that way Things things will bother me but they will not bother him and and on random occasion at. Do you see something that bothers you know. I'm always like shocked. Like i'll tell my wife rachel. Dan got mad like. Can you believe it's like he'd never dismiss. This is what they mad at. I'll tell her she'll be like that later. I wouldn't have guessed to certainly work well with each other but you.

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"We were just so blinded by our own zeal for doing something like taking action that the common sense was just like common sense would have said okay. Never done this before. You guys really. Aren't that influential. And you don't have an email list and you don't have all the things that people say you need to have a successful crowdfunding campaign to launch an idea and and we just ignored all forget all that. Let's just let's just do it. So if we had known now what it would take and the various challenges we were going to run into. I have to think we might have second yesterday. And maybe not even done podcast because it. Yeah the maybe it was. Delusions of grandeur right. We we just. We're just like hey let's let's go for it. So we launched a crowdfunding campaign. We asked people if they'd support it. When i say people i'm talking about we did not have like influence in podcasting at all. We didn't have you know big melissa. We just had friends that were podcasters. People interviewed on our shows so we went to people and and you know we have mutual friends. Max that you know. I i see throughout names and then some of these people you know and we went to a couple of those folks and said hey. We support this. Will you share this. Will you speak is in a number of them. Said yes and that was like okay. Great if we got these folks you know we can build off that so we launched a campaign with you know. Several names That what we thought were names. It was all primarily like business podcasters at the time. That's really you know who who i mean. Nobody likes us business podcasters. Anyway i mean whether they do or not at the time that was that was who we connected with. That's what we knew. So that's there's these are the people that we we went and ask for help and and a lot of them were gracious somewhere Which is another podcast Tell those stories some other time. But we've got plenty of of run-ins with people that we we preach Helping and preach serving and and hooking up man when it's their turn to give back. They don't do it But anyway we won't get into that But there was a number of people that were gracious did support it and then we did the campaign in the first stay. We had enough We met the minimum bowl and then at the end of the thirty day period. We had three times the number of the minimum goals. That was the validation to do. The air So then it was okay. How do we actually logistically pull this off and executed and so we had the crowd funding campaign in february and the first event was in august of that year. And we did it in dallas the reason we picked dallas 'cause dallas the year before it had a an event called. I think it was called pod camp and so there had been a pod camp of met in dallas like in the last year so we knew because there's enough people interested in podcasting that in dallas bad. They came to this pod camp so if they come to this podcast they'd probably come podcast movement..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"The pivot ole moment that you really saw the vision of there needs to be an event together a bunch of podcasters and people can learn from each other and this could be a real thing that kinda create some traction so i was attending a conference in las vegas with a couple of friends that at the time. unfortunately didn't exist anymore. It was a good event while it was air. These all your examples just don't exist anymore. I don't know where he asked like what happened them and move on well. The the that ran savannah. I think he's still running events but for whatever reason i think there was some Things that didn't work out for this particular event which is a shame but a new media expo innomax and before that thing is called blog world but in new media expo every year in las vegas and it was like around january Like just right before or after s. So it was like kind of piggyback strategy or people who are going to see as might come to this congress. That's focused to sunday in vegas days longer. Yeah that i think that's what they were going for. Probably work because that they had a pretty good attendance and they they focused on social media and youtube and blogging and they had like this little red stated red stead reds red-headed stepchild corner section of the conference. That was for podcasting like this. Oh that old thing. You know that cute little thing. Let's just put it over here in the corner here. That's that's basically what it was. I remember me and a couple of friends and people had met the podcast community. We would go to this event. And and i had a lot of fun at that of ed. Never never really Gone to conferences and trade shows. That actually enjoyed gone to some for work or whatever and they blame and this one wasn't lame like people were their passion and they were like you know enjoyed what they did in a number of the people that i met at this conference were interested in or already doing podcasts and so to me it was interesting like like probably half the people i met or more were interested in or doing podcasting. And and so that led to a discussion of wolf..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Like economical options. And i listened to this one. Goo- won't name him out of respect. But in hindsight they gave my opinion really bad advice and lake. I see wire not naming them. I'm not gonna name him Just in case people knew who that was. Or whatever. But but never can mention my name. Anytime jared while noted. That will do that. But i won't do it in this. This this context. So but i remember i. I listened to someone who was a podcasting influential person supposedly and and they were saying here by my. You know couple thousand dollar setup. And i remember thinking well if it if it cost that much to start a podcast than maybe podcasting isn't for me because at the time i was just new newborn new sa- still moon remarried and work in the day job. I just didn't have that discretionary extra money to go out and spend on something just to do it So that that that for me was a little bit of head trash. That has just taken this guy you know. I'm just listening to this. One person rather than going out and doing my own research and eventually i did hear someone. Tell me about the a or twenty one hundred which now eight hundred x but this audio technica. Mike speaking to right now by the way. That's wonderful mike. And it's reasonably priced and and it sounds great. And when i found out about that mike okay really have no excuse. Now i can go by this mike. I don't even have a mixer can just plug it in to a desktop or laptop and and that was really what it was like. Okay now i can do this. And so then the next step hurdle max. I know you're like what are all these hurdles of the kind of leads into the name of the show started out since the The next hurdle was i. I'm not. I'm not sure what to talk about like what i talk about you know. What would people actually want to hear me say so that was a little bit of hang up and then i realized okay i don't have to quote unquote be an expert. Anything just need to be you know. I can talk to other people when i can. I like them. And i can learn from them and then just sharing that is valuable can be. And so. that's that was. The freeing moment was like okay now. I know what to do. I can do interviews. And so until i had that moment of clarity at i was still thinking okay. Maybe i'm not fit for podcasting But i realized yes i can. I can afford this mike. I can talk to other people until their their stories and make it about not necessarily about me. It can still bring value to someone and so that was. Yeah that finally gave me the courage to start hitting record and then then record it. All i guess our recording make me thirty or forty episodes before ever had the guts to publish one in that was that was basically a couple of friends. Just really like heckling me like dude. You've done all these interviews. Like go ahead. Put them out so finally i. You know didn't really understand. Editing watched a few videos and figured it out. I probably edited my first. Several podcast. And i realized that i don't ever wanna do that again. So i i found a college kid in texas. Who was in a band. And i asked him i. I got connected with him through a mutual friend. Hey man can. I give you some extra cash and you. Just i'll just give you a recipe for the podcast. And i'll send you all the files through dropbox. You just put together a podcast. And he's like. Oh yeah..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

02:42 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"And there was two guys on their named sterling in jay. Need the real names. You know pen names. Or whatever and Sorry listening to them. That was once they like. Two thousand ten two thousand eleven so is a good price. Five year gap where. I wasn't really listening to podcasts. But then that one that one really got back into it. So i've been pretty hard core since then. I'm just picturing that five year. Gap was probably a lot of you listening to the banjo. Like on rebuy. Exactly i i mean i still listening to stop. I just wasn't listening and shame on me because you know that there's. I'm sure a number of good podcasts. That were around at that time. I just stigma chance. And maybe that's maybe that's today's lesson max you know. Don't don't don't don't don't give up so quick you know. Yeah you're you're really slack..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Little town called weaverville Back in the late nineties and not not make people know that about me. But i was working as an intern at a at a camp There for a year and had the time in my life but i had never gone to sliding rock and so this summer when my daughter who's now fifth grade went to her summer camps goes in summer camp called ridge haven. We decided Being my sister's family in my family or my wife. And i always thought hey let's go to sliding rock and so we did this and i wasn't real sure what i was getting into but when i got there. It was so amazing. You you basically An safely take this little almost like a stairwell up to this area and then you have like a lifeguard type person. That kinda guides you you sit on your butt kinda push yourself out into a stream. That's going down these rocks and You literally slide. I don't know how far it is is pretty far into this pool of water and it's ice cold and then you get out and do it again and you do it at times you want. It's a little bit crazy But it is a blast and so yeah you ever go. Anywhere near nashville. I'm sorry ashville. You did it man. You made the mistake of somebody who's never been there before they are. If you ever go to asheville north carolina during the summer you happen goto sliding rock you have to. It is just an amazing thing. I second that mike fiance and i. We did not go on it but next time we definitely have to look like so much fun and get people come prepared. They like we even have swimsuits. I mean we had clothes on just not swimsuits. But there were people that took floats. There was even. There's even a family that brought a blow up air mattress and went down on it. That's also it's a really special place i would say. Bring water shoes max. That that's my one thing. I didn't have water shoes and So you're stepping on rocks and some middle slippery and stuff i would. I would definitely say if washington where there's a slippery situation yes well said. So we've We've already hit on my two main points of david wilcox and sliding rock. So i i don't know if there's much left to cover but i figure might as well talk podcasts. A little bit we care. Think appreciated the permission Can you describe the moment that you listen to a podcast episode for the first time. Yeah so the first podcast that i recall listening to was by the producers of the tv show lost and so it was a gentleman named damon. Lindell lindelof i think it's his last name and then he's i'm sure we'll get an anglican crompton cues Yeah the these two guys were the producers for loss and i really a hooked on lost at the time that shows i coming out so i would listen. I found out that they had podcast. And so i was like still learning what that was. So i think. I downloaded on items on my desktop. And then i transferred it to my new whatever device ahead of the time. I don't even want talkie Yeah something like that You know some some ipod. Or whatever that i listened to it and i just fell in love with it. Because these guys were very creative and funny and kind of giving you some different perspectives about the show that you might not have considered while just watching it and so i have immediately was like. Oh this is great. And they've had an inside joke. Smacks that were so cheesy cheesy. Dad do kinda guy this this is why we get along it totally resonated with mesa..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

04:44 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Starved the doubts in awesome. Podcast he'll be sure to learn from and laugh from mo- mostly laugh at at jarrett's dad jokes from and in this interview. We talked everything. From how jared gotten into podcasts in the first place Whether he even knew he would launch a podcast conference the stir behind podcast movement. How they've been able to grow and Everything from wrestling to banjos to dad jokes just to reemphasize that there. It is easily jared. While it's easily. Jared enjoy the show all already. We are here with jared easily. The man jay rod. I'm sure you go by gerard. I don't know where that came from. The man himself jared co-founder of podcast movement. One of my favourite communities in the world if not my favorite community jared longtime common really really honored to have you on. How're you doing today. good. Because i've been called everything be called gerald jerry. I mean You know how your name gets misspelled on the starbucks cup. I mean it is is just like a common theme with. I always tell people. My name's jarrod like the jewelry store in the us. people will resonate with that most likely. And then i used to say jared like the subway guy but then i had to stop telling that joke that knows about that. So yeah i He's a fellow. Who's your alum like myself. You was one of them that we are most proud and most unique to talk to you about it. Hey jer from south but Yeah we can. We can table that conversation. Yeah yeah well. There was a time when you would be proud of him. But yeah so anyway. So obviously we're gonna get into podcast movement story today but before we do that. I have a very important question. You probably never saw coming know. What is the best concert you've ever been to well max Before i answer that question i attended a kind of a networking icebreaker type thing and a cheesy business get together and that was the opening question and i remember thinking okay. That's actually a really good question. Because that gets people reminiscing about a feel good moment or Something so i. I started asking on the podcasts. That i do my personal guests over..

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"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"We were just so blinded by our own zeal for doing something like taking action that the common sense was just thrown out with.

"easley" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"easley" Discussed on The Affiliate Guy Daily with Matt McWilliams

"Ninety seven dollars. How many affiliate promotions said you done mandated tribe at least once put any other affiliate promotions of you don over. Say the past five years. I guess maybe ten total and it's usually that like i have just a few people and that i just frequently you know promote once or twice a year and i'm very very selective of i choose to delay it with and you know i wanna make sure whoever i bring to my audience is something that they really need sound very very selective so i'd say maybe at the most ten of the past five years well so two a year so enough practice but still you're you're you're still getting your sea legs a little bit with what this is to do what you was awesome. I know we talked in the last time we talked about who your audiences give us just a very quick overview of both like from what you do standpoint in terms of your audience and what they come to you for maybe a little bit of demographic info on them and who they are so i teach people how to make many teaching paint parties online in person in art kits so my my demographic is really crafters creators artists. A lot of them are doing this as a side. Gig like you know. They have their full time job and in. They're doing this because they're passionate about it but it's also bringing extra money and in other people are just retired and they just want this next act in there doing on for retiring. So that's who i serve so it was really cool because you know i have this group of business minded entrepreneurs that want to make you know they want to help people in the art space and so they follow me and then they start learning more about what i'm doing. They're like wait. Kennedy teaches some of that like to learn more and so it really just became a natural fit. Whenever am i promoted. Trag is so. How do you take a natural. But i think there's still there's gotta be some strategy here. Yes people who wanna learn how to do paint parties..

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"easley" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

Sex with Dr. Jess

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"easley" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

"You know. we'll say that we really also i think as a society underestimate the impact of stress on that and so i think psychological endorsed kind of other external factors on top of genetics and the physical or measuring really does contribute to that. If you are having a panic attack your blood pressure is going up under sweating more. That will cause your blood pressure to go up. So i think on top of other kind of lifestyle issues really thinking about minimizing stressors which is easier said than done in most cases might oil stressors can really really impact your ability to control some of these other things so i think it is a combination of the behavior changes but then also seeking a medical professional that can really help keep it at bay and then what about vascular health so that came up right from the beginning lawlessly. Easley it's absolutely essential to blood flow to the penis the clitoris for erections which i'd like to talk about as well. What can we do to improve our vascular health weather. We're having erections that we're really happy with or perhaps were not so happy with and whether folks are in their twenties thirties. Forty fifty sixty seventies and beyond so exercise and diet are really are the most important things that you can do for your body to. I mean help. Prevent either the onset of astor issues or the worsening of it when you exercise and you are actually kind of testing your blood vessels improving blood flow. And i'm a good diet. You know so. I would say in terms of a good diet. I'm not really believer in extremes. You need to like a vegetarian. Not losing the wrong with that but actually a good client base diet where you are diversifying your intake a little bit so you know having a good portion of your fruits and vegetables. Not just twenty. Four hours stake diet. That's certainly gonna do volumes for your record and your health long term and the reason is it's not that every time you're eating a steak it's directly affecting erections it's the cascade affective everything else..

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"easley" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"easley" Discussed on KDOW

"To invest. Talk. It is Friday, November 20th 2020 coming rapidly to the close of the year. November 20 Next week is Thanksgiving Week. Yeah, and then Christmas after that, that New Year's then hold by a new year Gonna be an interesting 2021 as it has been a very dramatic 2020. But I think next year is gonna be a better year. For all of us. I really do. I know you're all anxious about this pandemic thing. I know that I I've calmed way down. I know that it's spreading and it's getting bad and that small bad I know I get that, but I'm trying to stay focused on the positive and that's the vaccine. Okay? The two vaccines of Fizer as applied for emergency use today, and they think that they'll get it before the new year before the new year. Sometime in December. And I'm sure the first thing that people get it will be like the health care workers and then the elderly and then maybe school teachers so they can reopen the school's on then to people like me. Older people that are at risk that kind of thing. And so I think, by the middle of next year Will hold. Not everybody will have it. But a big enough portion that will be the reopened completely. That's what I think. Well, see, it's going to come. It's just how fast so I'm trying to be positive. Even though I know the cases are increasing. I all the shutdown stuff. I think you know it didn't work the first time. What makes you think it's gonna work now? I mean, maybe the flow down, But we were all wearing masks and keep its also distance far as I know, and it still came back with a roar. You know why? I don't understand why reset down because obviously is not working. This doesn't work. I think that no one knows what else to do. That's what I think. We just don't know what else we can do. So anyway, that that's my opinion. Of course you can have yours. I'd be happy to listen to it. But the market itself is still kind of uncertain. Not sure it doesn't like the cases to exploding. It likes the vaccine, so it's kind of Ah Ying and yang tug of war going on here. Who's gonna win? Well, I'm pretty sure the bathroom win, but it'll be win. But if you win toward the market do today. Well, you know I wasn't the best market today. You know it was down, down down 219 SP done. I mean, naturally town 49 recipe down 24 So who's down? But How about a half to three quarters of a percent for all the indexes? I don't think that Ziva Big deal. The gold was up Oil $42.17 today. So, Yeah, I just I just not worried about it Could I know there's gonna be some big spending coming our way? Right from the government. Eventually, there's gonna be some big spending. No, I just don't think I don't think we all should worry about as deep Easley. Everybody and you.

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"easley" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"easley" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"As a reminder please don't disturb the yet. Welcome to too many podcasts the podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the Sherpa Chalet on podcast Kostya he's your host Jim podcast. Show Pa. Rebels and how you doing Mitch Me Jim cast. Welcome to too many podcasts the podcast about podcasts and more. That's right. Entries about PODCASTS, but you do get a little bit more because this week it's two for too many podcast. We have an episode of podcasts today and we have an episode of too many podcasts tomorrow. Why are we doing that? Because it's a theme we could. Work is the week is the way and I'm calling this theme. Starving in eating. Well not exactly but I figured it's a good way to lump things together. Today has to do with starring but I'll get to that insect. It's not about actual starving. So don't worry if you've got that snickers bar in your hand, you're fine. But how about a little bit about our guest today? Who's our guest today show PA? His name is jared easily and he hosts a podcast called Starve the doubts get it starve starve. So I was on his show the while ago and now include the link to that interview in the show notes sharp sheet if you want to check it out, we had so much fun and I think. Actually, if you listen to this interview I. Get some of the reference points in some of the silliness in his interview on his show. But we had a great time and it was real pleasure meeting him. And we talked about all sorts of different things. He is an accomplished writer as well as a podcast and he's an all around Nice guy too and we're but he's on twitter. We always have less a nice things to say about each other. If you look on my twitter page, you'll see that someone actually wrote an article about why they like his podcast. This wasn't a person who was paid to do. This is just a person who loves his podcast and he's also a podcast too. So that's a pretty high praise or jared and well-deserved I might add. So before I keep carrying on why don't we just head on down to the conference room at the Sherpa Chalet? And we will listen to my interview with Jared Easley of Starve the doubts. Hello rebels? Yes. It's time for what we call one of those podcast interviews but we are very lucky because guest he's a guy named jared easily hosts a podcast called starved doubts even doing it a little while in we're going to get to know him talk about some of the episodes and maybe we'll do a couple of weeks if we even have time for that. So we'll see what happens. So here he is the host of the starve out podcast Mr Jared easily Jarrett Jim from strong island I appreciate you lowering your standards to have me on your show. Thank you so much. Okay, my standards is what we're getting pretty, low. Well. I. I want to say that when you're going to do car drake's if you're GONNA do card tricks, you might as well do him on a podcast the best way to do cartridge or even coin magic as well. Yeah. So I i. still that would probably. But yeah, I'm looking forward to that that that segment of the show. So I'm sure people will believe whatever we tell them back I guess. You know I wanNA start the interview of like you started your very first interview off what's the best concert that you've ever been to? You're a man who's done some homework. That's interesting. Okay. So concerts been a variety of different shows from rock and roll classic bands to James. Taylor. So anything in between have been the you know symphony orchestras upside I've seen some some shows are really enjoyed and took the narrow it down as always so brutal but one of my favorite artists is not well known, but he lives in Asheville North Carolina he's a folksinger been doing music for about forty years and his name is David Wilcox. David Wilcox. There's one in Canada and then there's one the US is the one in the US but he's Just, an amazing guitar player he plays Differ Tunings. He'll sometimes change the tuning the guitar in the midst of while he's playing. he's very, very good at telling stories while he's playing the guitar instantly going back into the song He's just got a craft that he has mastered over forty years of David Wilcox. If you ever get a chance a particular song, that's that's one of my favorites is called eye of the hurricane It's about a a lady who gets on an old Honda Hurricane. Motorcycle. And I'll leave it at that. But if you listen to song its power of Psalm, he's got so many good stuff and he's been doing a lot more live facebook lives where he's playing discount and his in his living room and played for about an hour a lot of songs or songs I haven't heard before but they're still excellent because it's you know it's his style. It's his songwriting his storytelling and SMS the answers David Wilcox. The second answer is a gentleman may trace bundy. He doesn't even sing but what he does, he takes guitar and he will do different loops and different things. He'll just play music that you've probably been You've probably heard example might be song from Youtube or switch album on by guns and roses are Just. So many other types of salt and he'll with loops and different things. He'll make this one guitar into multiple instruments and it'll. It's just a fascinating to see this guy who'd he does he's on Youtube. A trace Bundy is his name he's based out of Boulder Colorado. But a fantastic musician Mike chance to look him up on Youtube you should. So those are two excellent concerts of ever get GNC David, workouts, retrace. Bundy go ahead. So the those my answer is not not the pit, not the common pick that people might think you know. The those that's the people I'm getting curses folks to look up and check out maybe learn some new music so Those are definitely some interesting choices so. Have you always like different types of music growing up or you. Variety I started playing guitar what Else Young I was under this this delusion of grander that if you learned to play guitar women will like you. That wasn't necessarily true for me, but I did enjoy playing. It's art. I played all throughout middle school high school as in a couple of bands and I had. This kind of fascination with this idea that I was gonna try to make music and that never really happened. But I did have a lot of fun to play with some friends and we kind of mini toured if you will played some gigs and got paid little pocket change and you know eventually. Grow out of that phase but for for that time and it was summer some of the best memories I I love music I love playing guitar. It's time love. SONGWRITING is not. That great but you know In that season in my life that was just A. Lot of great memories. So yeah, and Love Music even from not playing are certainly appreciate music when I'm working at home during this. Time some of the best productive time for me Jim is is when I'm. Listening to like epic soundtracks background. So an example might.

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What Keeps Us From Our Coins?

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

03:56 min | 1 year ago

What Keeps Us From Our Coins?

"Welcome back to the show. Listen. If you're listening to this show most likely you have Internet and if you have Internet that means most likely, you're probably doing all right in a pandemic. Just going to be grateful. For the little things, right Today. I have a very important show for you guys because guess, what is coming up this week? Black. Women's Equal Pay Day on August thirteenth. and. So today I wanNA talk about what keeps us from our coins. Today we're going to focus on our mindset and we're going to unpack why are black women getting paid sixty two cents on every dollar a man, a white man make. Like. That I. Haven't done this in the while I'm so excited. Our corporate warriors. This week our corporate warriors, but like goes to Jasmine. Now. I. Know I'm late to this game I just actually saw this on Lincoln recently and I was like a way. Let me tell ya about judge twitty. Okay. Your honor. So Jasmine twitty is currently think like thirty thirty, one years old. She is an American Associate Judge for the Easley South Carolina Municipal Court appointed to the position of associate judge of Municipal Court for the city of Easley South Carolina in August of two, thousand fifteen. So clearly. I'm five years late. But. I was so excited because she is one of the youngest judges to ever be appointed or elected in. US. History at the age of Twenty Five homegirl was twenty five you guys. Wow, that is amazing. twitty graduated from the College of Charleston with a degree in political science. Look Coop. You go SIS. She previously worked for the Greenville County on court as a night clerk, and then after that, she completed a training program and she passed a certification examination and then she was sworn in as a judge at the age of twenty five. Listen Judge Twenty you go girl you be the change you want to see and I am so proud to. Learned about this black girl magic black excellent story. So I definitely wanted to the big judge twee.

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2019 Game Publisher Rankings

Game Scoop!

03:31 min | 1 year ago

2019 Game Publisher Rankings

"Let's talk about the publisher. Rankings is a yearly feature though. I always end up talking about because it's actually a feature. That metacritic puts together where they rank all the publishers based on a few factors the average metascore for all games released in a year. That we're looking at twenty nine thousand nine. The percents of games that got good reviews which is a seventy-five or higher the percents that got great reviews which is nine hundred ninety or higher and then they take away points for the number of games that got bad reviews forty nine or lower the crunch those numbers and they come up with a list of all the publishers ranked. So we're going to go through the top ten for we before we dive into the or any any sort of predictions Nintendo zone. Yeah because they have such a weird situation where they produced so many internal games and then they reviewed a lot more because they're Nintendo so they just had the slight conflicts of high scores and high volume. Okay so you're expecting intended to be high on the list okay. Let's see number. Ten beginning with number ten was developer. No reliable publisher average review score in Twenty nineteen seventy-six. They had about yeah. They put out down while on switch which I still need to play. Excessive Vertical Flip Game wore number nine was square necks with an average review. Score of seventy six point one. This is just for the year is twenty nine thousand. So that's kingdom hearts indefinitely. Cry Got Pretty good scores or w cries capcom. But there's some other games. Great Knicks released more games until nineteen than anyone else. Twenty eight different games. Okay in two thousand eighteen. So Yeah Kingdom hearts was one of them. I don't have solicitation game that what am I thinking of? It'll come to also shutter bringers for fourteen dragon. Quest's eleven s for switch near Thomas Game of the Year Edition Alison Game of the addition. Should count. Well you'll have to take that up with with with Mr Critic. Mr Critic on the phone number eight. This is pretty get number. Eight comes with a disclaimer. You know why that would be because they're gone because it's humble bundle home abundance owned by the number eight publisher in two thousand eighteen. Will they say the spires play the spire one of the absolute best games of the year? And this year. They put up ten times as well reviewed. Tim is out early access to be definitely out in playable right now. That's the Pug on like IMO number. Seven was xbox game studios average of you score seventy six point four. I don't know what's wrong with my brain. But what xbox Easley gear for two years five. That was it for the fall. 'cause they were GONNA have Maurienne battle toads those pushed they did put the original on switch Which is a great game now helps score but the score was held back a little bit by crackdown. Three ask don yeah number six. I think you'll be pleased with this. One is Anna Purna interactive than average score of eighty point. Five make such great jaded Tom last year. They I didn't realize they publish outer wild. Yeah and Cinar wild hearts again. You rolled credits on San only played the last level but I roll the credits on counts. Yeah this is actually news to me. But apparently apparently they published journey on in Iowa's in nineteen weird a former playstation exclusive always. Nfl would've published journey comey. Yeah all right now. We're getting into the top five number five was I wanted to build some drama Capcom.

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