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"education college" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

09:49 min | 9 months ago

"education college" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Tell you that's another point you make unique enough to support you in the more abundant. You are financially the better. You will help people that's more more psychology on that. This is good tom very good Cindy Wallis Cyprus. Her issue is a legitimacy. She says, there are so many non-scheduled people out there calling themselves life coaches that many people laugh or roll their eyes when they hear life coach, how life coaches are portrayed on TV and movies usually not flattering either it was really hard to find people who go through the process who are willing to leave reviews because they are made fun of or seen seeing a life coach. Thank. You have a couple of past clients that don't feel pressure giddy people in the door with a preconceived notion that. What's what's out there? What value I have is difficult that is true man that goes back to I was thinking of the realtors you can anybody get a realtor license and you know the person, the average I back when I was involved in real estate, the average income for a realtor nationwide like two thousand dollars. Now, of course, I knew people who are making. Two million dollars in real estate and they were incredible. But as a realtor, you can't really licenses license. You don't get better license or get something that showcases that you've. It's not like a a medical degree or something like that. Same thing with coaching and that's you mentioned that a minute ago in regards to counseling counseling you've got to have certain what licensors degrees whatever. You don't anybody call and interestingly enough and I'm I have no problem admitting it. You know when she talks about coaching, the coaching consulting I've I've done I have not one minute of formal education to my name beyond barely making it out of high school. Now. I have a lot of life experience and I had value that I gave to people that they testify to, and that's what allowed me to be very successful at business coaching and consulting. But let's just say having the chops to do that. She's right. I. Mean you can go out there and you can get it's amazing degrees the licensors certifications that you can get and it doesn't say anything to your actual ability. You just were able to pass that in get the piece of paper and so proving logistics she's asking that how why as life coach prove? To degree your legitimacy. Of course, I'M GONNA go back testimonials. Yeah I'll tell you what we do. And so whether you're a part of the ziglar choose to win or are you can you can take these five points and you can use them to help build your own practice because There are enough good coaches out there I'm just GonNa, tell you right now the world is in desperate need. Yeah. Of people who know how to coach I will say this I think they're more coaches who who struggle to build a business and find clients. Then then there are coaches who just aren't very good. At coaching right because. How do you know if you're good or not? Until you get some some some people to coach. So here are the five things that we talk about I. Number One is you gotta be the right person. So what does that mean that means a servant's heart that means that you have to have in your background you've overcome something you understand the needs at other have your focused on them and serving them. You've got to have this desire this calling to help other people be do and have more, and that drive you to hold yourself personally accountable to delivering the best you can every single time. It doesn't mean this doesn't mean that you landed your plane on the Hudson or you were celebrity or a billionaire writer wrote a bestselling book. That's not what is required to be a good coach. In fact, a lot of the people who say I'm a great country because of this, they're not great coaches. They're not because they don't know that coaching is not about you. It's about the other person. So, number two is you gotTa have the right program. You gotTa have material based on truth and the understanding of how that impacts that you walked people through in the discovery process. When they say to you, Hey, I want to achieve this I want to do this I, WanNa grow. Here's a roadblock. You've gotta help them uncover that material. So you've got to have a program or material that will help in that area three gotta had the right process. Coaching is a process. You've gotTa know where you are on the conversation at all times. You GotTa know what's going on the steps that you've got a tape, the growth steps that are there and We teach a process and for anybody who is getting started this Gosh, you got at number four is you gotta have the right support. You gotta you gotTa. Have you gotTa have a coach? You've got to have a mentor. You GotTa have a group of people who've already been there and done that and when you get stuck, you call them. How working with someone so I don't know what to do. Now what do I do? Right? You've got to have that INSA WE build that in we provide the support and the and the fifth one is you gotTa have the Right Business Systems Because let's face it. You know if you if you don't know how to market if you don't have to manage your time if you don't know how to put together the infrastructure or basic. Business it's difficult. It's difficult in in you don't. We'll talk about marketing the second but by far. The best way to market is one on one referral word of mouth and testimony. Shoot but there's a way to do that too right. There's wisdom and strategy in that. Well, how do you get those? You G bring so much value in the people you work with so much that they can't help but tell you people like them who might benefit from the service. Yup. There's there's A. To the to the certifications. Suzy Bradley says this I know. Suzy. I agree on legitimacy. I just posted about something on this. There are life coaching programs for twenty five bucks out there, and she says the company I got my certification with after years sharing and working with others has ongoing resources training incredible support. It's a wonderful service to offer to so many Ini. But that is the frustrating thing and I've seen a lot of people be bitter about the fact that here they are trying to provide the service and somebody over. Here with a Twenty Five Dollar You know coaching program or whatever is trying to showcase the same thing and I get it but there's no rooney bitter about it. You've got to go out there and you've got to do business well, and that's where we can get into you know marketing one thing on the legitimacy and I'm gonNA use the word credibility that we need to showcase that is our biggest one of our biggest commodities out there is you can borrow. Credibility if nobody knew me at all but I knew Tom Ziegler and Tom Ziegler. Had testimony to my acumen in a certain area. Let's say business coaching and he came out and said you know what and gave me a testimonial a Kevin Miller knows business. He knows people he can help guide you. Yada. Yada. That's credibility right there that you cannot buy. There's no amount of money you can buy that will get you that and you know to that go in. Through. A and I mentioned I've had not one minute of formal I'm talking about Traditional Education College University Yada Yada I, grew up going Dale Carnegie classes with my dad going to zig. Ziglar Conferences with my dad and I have gone through Ziglar legacy certification and I I currently don't have my shingle out to offer coaching or consulting. But if I did that certification would be right there that gives proof through somebody we know has credibility and I'm gonNA source that. In a big way. So those things are value to go to a course. I'm heavily biased ziglar and to have that certification that holds weight with people because of the brand ziglar, it's not the only one out there. There are others there, but I'm GonNa take those personally in this arena I'm going to give those more value than a degree that you show me that you paid for and pass the test to get from whatever university or college out there. That doesn't really tell me a whole lot about your actual again to use a word acumen. Out. there. Well. So to marketing Tom and we had a lot of people Kevin Crow. He said Lee Generation Wade Maine's finding new clients. Suzy says that lead generation for company and I want to point this out if I can't I'm going to read this real quick, and then we can. We can end on this note of talking about marketing and lead generation but I really like what susie showcases because it kind of goes back to what we just talked about with credibility. She says her I she's I'm concerned about or interested in lead generation for my company essentially fit and she's in the health and wellness arena. From, go from the lead generation to the actual consultation. I'm a certified life and wellness coach with the company. I'm bursting to share this amazing framework was so many in need I have my social media in in place of my branding and place I'm a she says I'm a huge fan of of what I'm doing here got links and clear paths to coaching I've got all the platforms everything's there. And yet we all remember the film, right? Build it and they will come what was the movie. Field of dreams build it, and they will come you know it just doesn't work in this arena if you have a brand new fancy Italian restaurant and you put it at the right location and people drive by and see it you might build it and they might come and not might work in this arena. How many people put up a website nobody's going to know about it until you get some.

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"education college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:34 min | 10 months ago

"education college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All the speakers to me were really informative, entertaining, inspiring, really. That woman, Gil Foley, whose dating Eric Trump are not Donald. I think Donald Jr. I know I forgot her last name She used to be on Kilfoyle. Okay. She used to be on Fox. And now she's with the campaign now, But boy, was she she I like that She had a lot of them and vigor. Have you ever had vim and vigor? Don't put him together. I'm telling you, it'll kill you, but she had a lot of them and vigor. Yeah. I don't know what it means. Women Bigger. Sounds good. Here is Joan. Joan. Good morning. How are you? I'm good. Hey, listen, I wanted to talk to you really quick about an experience I had with upper, You know, Education College is my college roommate got her PhD and worked her way up into running a department at a conservative, Um Kentucky University, which Was really not a very good match because she's a bleeding heart. Liberal. Oh, my God. Why did they hire Oh, my God. It was unbelievable. But anyway, so I went to visit her about two years ago and I was looking through. On the syllabus is for the classes that were in her department. And there was one that I just about dropped by I t it wass how to become a terrorist and I was like, what in the world is in shadows where we believe he at the university. That in order to understand the mind of a terrorist, you have to, you know you have to understand them and you have to think about them and and then she kind of chocolate and she said Yeah, we teach him a hot. I'm not even exaggerating. We case. Um you know how they so bombs and stuff And you know, we've had some bomb university because of this class. And I was like What are you talking about? Are you serious? And she thought it was hilarious. I came home and called the FBI and they were like you're making this up. I was like, no, no, I really wish I wasn't and I haven't really spoken to her since. But I was appalled. Well, there are a lot of things going on in our universities. You know, sometimes I would like to take a close look at the University of Maryland. That is a huge college and I want a university actually. I wonder how much is going on there with the Confucius Institute, which is the Chinese institutes we have in our universities. What the professor's air teaching their you know, none of the governor's I know this From being in the Legislature. None of the governor's ever take a look at what's happening at the University of Maryland, even though it's a state institution and the taxpayers pay for it. They never. It's kind of like in a different world and they do what they want to do. Yeah, they do. And I am a graduate of the University of Minnesota badly and I got my masters degree at the University of Maryland and I'm appalled What I see is going on in both of those campuses, and I told them to stop calling me. That I would not give them one cent until they stop this liberal garbage that they're doing. They have destroyed both of those really, really exceptional school Now, isn't it amazing that We can say with the serious look on our face. That higher education has destroyed America. I would have my I am so glad my fun graduated from college. He came home one day from from college. He said, Mom, I cannot wait to graduate. I cannot take it any more. And I said what's going on? He said there you cannot. Write a paper. If you do not do the professor's political slant, I will fail and I said, What are you talking about? He said. Well, This was like about a two years ago. I said, What are you talking about? He goes well, you know about white privilege. I said, don't start on that, because all seriously do you know that Because you read me stories at night. I have white privilege. I said what I said you can go anywhere, library a church anywhere and get Joan. I hate.

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"education college" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"education college" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Let me give you some examples okay yes a good question here's the answer you're right I believe that we should make public colleges and universities tuition free because in the year twenty twenty when we live in a competitive global economy I want all of our kids regardless of income to be able to get that higher education college or trade schools by the way I also believe we should cancel all student debt okay know your that's a great idea how does he pay for it right but I read your mind on that one okay and the answer is I'll tell you exactly how we pay for it we pay for it to arrive rather modest tax on Wall Street speculation that is how we pay for that so what specifically does that mean every time we put money into the stock market we have to pay tax is that what he's saying is it going to be of a certain amount of change per dollar that we invest is that what he's talking about how do we know what is well I mean that's what I'm from you're a Bernie supporter free college education or free trade school education for all including the rich and we forgive your college debt that's going to get a lot of people to say yeah I'm going for Bernie but the explanation of how you pay for it leaves you wanting and now he's got a posted on his website and I looked on the website I looked on yeah sight reading check the Chinese explanation of corona virus if you go on their website is that every Chinese it I can't really fathom this whenever a politician says you know what if I am elected you're going to get X. rays I am so excited but wait how are you gonna pay for that and they talk in circles this is exactly what he did he said for instance he was going to create under his green new deal plan he was going to create twenty million jobs ensuring two point three trillion in new income tax revenue however how how is he gonna do how like how what where the job is complete no details on that it's obvious he wants this to be like Denmark remember he's not saying I want you to be like the Sandinistas in Nicaragua or they Castro ites in Cuba or even that job Chevy says in Venezuela I want this to be like ten mark you're going to have to pay more taxes okay and he does explain it you are that Albert sixty thousand dollar a year family you're going to pay a four percent tax exempting the first twenty nine thousand dollars leaving thirty one thousand of taxable dollars which is about twelve hundred dollars a year a heck of a lot better than what you're paying today we also have.

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"education college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"education college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lot of different jobs and a lot of education college graduate school which did not open a path to a graduate school job but a job at a whole foods that's when a roommate told her she knew an editor of a political news website with trying to be interested I can imagine a world in which like I would go from working at whole foods stores in journalism she's like well you with this guy under way out the door to meet done her roommate said if if you get that job you'll definitely be sexually harassed I just kind of thought well that's the way this in the interview went well which felt great to town and because she was used to bombing interviews she was so shy was raining when she and don walked out of the building he offered her a ride he is sort of like you know kind of casually put his hand on my knee and said something like so here you in your roommates of like creating wild and crazy sex lives I think I said something like a honeymoon let's be crazy or something like that I just on some level I very powerfully did nothing and did you feel bad neutral just like whatever it felt bad but also I was ecstatic because I felt like I had a real shot at the job she called her friend the thinker she said as you want me he got a little sexually harassed see but I'm so excited I think I got it and from the beginning Tana understood that her attractiveness to don men should be seen rather than ignored ana was seen by don all the time you take pictures of her sometimes when she wasn't looking and send them to her he was generous with his attention and controlling usually at the same time there's no way to tease the two apart and she accepted them both at a party don Rev Tana shoulders nonstop she wanted another drink when she said no he grabbed Tana's wrist twisted her arm and pushed her into a table get to be physically separated from her apologize later and she forgave him easily Donald olds to her curvy again sort.

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"education college" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"education college" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Fed after starting out as a high school dropout so even in that bad fortune you had the good fortune of having a a kind of safety net arise around you that you wouldn't have anticipated. Your couldn't have foreseen but you know I'm I'm sure that for many people when they have such misfortune that safety net doesn't rise up some curious how that specific period of your life informs the way. You've approached your economic research. It made me realize that we're leaving so much talent on the table think think about full employment if we have so many people sidelined and we don't take advantage of them there were restricting them for sure but we're also restricting our economy so it becomes a key theme in in everything I do and it it goes all the way back to the the time I fell through if not by good luck and good fortune I would have been one of those people and I never would have been married daily early on freakonomics. What did your siblings ended up doing. My sister is a medical receptionist and both my brothers have had episodic employment in construction or other things and you know just living on the boom and bust of whatever the economic cycle brings them and you know they're not in line to be the first people employed because they all dropped out of high school. We all dropped out of high school in the end and while we all were able to go back and get a ged eventually eventually. It isn't something that's easy. If you don't go beyond and GATT additional education I know there's a lot of research showing that shocks to the system mm-hmm as a child and it sounds like your family had a lot of different shocks to the system are really influential downstream and employment education outcomes and so on it sounds as though your family is I guess a median example of that and a lot of ways yeah shocks you experience when you're young wrong they affect your parents and they affect you and the ultimately affect your children and in my case they have affected my nieces and nephews who are raised by my siblings and so so shelly and I my partner have been trying to interject but these are strong inertial pains essentially and it takes escape velocity at every generation even my nieces and nephews to lift them out and so you'll see more people in my extended family continue not to go to college then who go to college all right so let's drill down a little bit on education as a driver of economic success. Obviously the federal government is not in charge of education although it does have a hand on it in a number of channels so let's just take a couple examples that are problematic one. Is You know. US Educational Standards Compared to other rich countries. It's relatively quite quite poor and then you know higher. Education College is is problematic from a financial perspective from no others. We've seen massive massive college tuition debt skyrocketing so if you're pointing to education the the big driver of success it's very easy to point to those touch points as not failures outright but real problem points it would seem as though things are not moving in the right direction so make your best case that you and your colleagues at the. Fed Reserve have some sense of what to do because otherwise it feels like you know you're saying nice words and thinking nice thoughts but the evidence for successful outcomes isn't there we'll. I'm undaunted by unsuccessful pasts. I just meant to be harder for the future so so it's more than nice words though now the jury's out about whether we move the needle but we would quickly put the ones we've tried and didn't move the needle aside and start on something new you my go-to low income communities and not a single person in those communities says that a college degree isn't worth it so then you ask low income communities. What do we need to help your students get college ready. They can teach them the reading and writing and the arithmetic part of it what they need is the social fabric that supports those kids and allows them to see themselves in the future and so here in San Francisco we have variety of educational programs but one that we're really excited about right now is the first gen program and we're building virtual bridge for people between High School and college and in that were very influenced by the research of course she wouldn't be surprised that the most likely reason kids drop out in the first semester isn't the funding it's fitting in is not feeling like they belong and so we have over a hundred and fifty first gen employees and we're building this basically virtual posse coming up after the break we ask Mary Daly to name her favorite fed share of recent history and we find out why why it's so hard to read even the near future of the US economy. The big question I've been wrestling with is what's going to win the data or the mood. It's coming up up right after this freakonomics radio is sponsored by state farm state farm believes in strengthening communities where the challenge all state farm employees and agents to give back.

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"education college" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"education college" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"Why do they allow pigeon race in the end if they if they wouldn't allow penguin race pigeons are in hardy supply? I don't think penguins are like that are. Fit a million of them on one rock. Well, I've seen it seem the picture. Yeah. Penguins aren't in danger. No, okay. No, man everywhere. I hit three on the way to work this morning. And so stupid. Yeah. Jump out there. I'll things are now trying to. Tragedy so to speak dysfunction problem in a family that has brought us radio binge that could be here to stay called. What do you know about this? You think you've deceived? Your parents where you hear this story coming up next. Show. This is the ace in TJ show. Okay. Careful with the details of the story because it is real and. I promised the person involved that I would be very, very careful. So as to not alert anyone who may know that it's him. I have a friend whose family is very into education. It they are. He has he's the oldest of three he has a sister. And a brother the brother is the youngest. He the brother is thirty four. Their parents. Being immigrants. Stressed the importance of getting an education. You're in America. We we weren't born in America. We had to fight and fight in the parents got their education college degrees bastards degrees. So it's a one of those deals where just the college degree isn't enough the masters degree has to be gotten. That's what things acted. Yes. And so the thirty four year old brother graduated college from from a real reputable university. Let's say it's university of central Florida. He got his degree when he was supposed to at the time. He was supposed to now as parents have been hassling him about getting his masters degree. He never went back and got his master's degree while he just came clean to his brother, my friend that he never graduated college. He actually bought. A college diploma degree a fake four counterfeit degree and put it in a nice frame and hanged it on his wall. And the job he has he's a success at it. But you don't have to have a college degree to be a success at the job. So he didn't realize he didn't think that he needed the degree because he was he's successful making money. Like, I always say if you're going to the celebrities kids are they even go into college..

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"education college" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"education college" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"You can pick them up, and you can get the whole show up. You don't have time to hang in there as you're driving somewhere right now. I understand that. But as I look at this thing, and I say, okay, we didn't make any money during our twenties. Now, I did I worked during my twenties. And I made a lot of money. Relative to being a twenty year old kid. What are we say? A lot of money. You know, I don't know how much you would consider a lot way back then. Oh, let's say. Let's say thirty forty years ago. Now, he's making anywhere between fifty and seventy thousand dollars a year is kid. That's pretty good. I think I'm not sure it might have been people making a lot more. But I didn't have a college education college degree, and I was making pretty tight with lending considering that I didn't really have any overhead as a kid. I was able to save quite a bit of money, and I saved up what I would consider quite a bit of money hundred thousand two hundred thousand somewhere in that range. Can't remember exactly get is very hard for me to think back that far because you don't really care and revisionist history is something everybody makes up anyway. So. But the reality is I had some money not a lot. But to me felt like it was pretty comfortable until I lost it all in the stock market. And I say all and it wasn't all good portion of it. Good. And then I started buying houses in my thirties at twenty five thousand dollars a house, and I did that all the way up until houses got to fifty thousand dollars per house. And when I was buying them at twenty five it was because they are on sale from fifty so medium price was fifty but we could buy stuff and foreclosure twenty-five when it got back up to fifty I go, you know, there's probably no reason to be in real estate anymore. It's over so I got out and didn't really engage in anything at the time. And this was only for a year a few months to at sure really might even not even been that long. But I decided I'd better go do something else. I looked into multifamily and I started buying small apartments. And because I could buy them cheap. I could buy them at ten thousand dollars a unit. Eight ten eight nine ten thousand most expensive ones ever thirteen thousand unit. When it first started. I thought that was really overpaying. Eventually I got up to nineteen thousand a door. And then I knew I was overpaying. And they'll same properties today we sell for fifty or sixty thousand dollars a door. But at that time, I thought I was overpaying because I had started, you know, eight nine ten thousand adore got up to fourteen then it went to nineteen was the last one. I bought Neil, man. I've really overpaid for this. And now, I think about it. I think back I should have bought everything. I could have bought I could have got my hands on more money. I could've syndicated more deals. I could've done stop. If I wanted to because I just sort of took it at whatever pace, I can take it at thinking, I didn't want to over extend myself or make a mistake. But the problem is now I'm sixty two years old. The problem is now that's thirty forty years later, all that potential wealth. I could burned I bypassed. Don't get me wrong. You do well for myself. And I'm trying to put myself down not try to brag. I'm just trying to tell you the truth that no matter how wealthy I am right now. I bypass. It's pretty amazing. I could have had ten times more one and a half. And I I believe that if there's a blame. I would pencil in that. I didn't want to go backwards rule. Number one. Don't lose money. I'd lost money in the stock market. But I have been trained into believing that failure was a massive option that you know, it could happen, and I didn't want it to happen that the markets. Go up and down up and down up and down up and down that could take somebody out. But I lived through all the market's going up and down and up down up and down. And it never took me out. Back fact, never even really hurt me when the markets would crashing down. I was happy because I could buy stuff fifty cents on the dollar at increase, the income of my portfolio. I was not scared because I did not need to sell in by old portfolio. There was no reason to because I was living out the cash flow not off of a job that I lost. And so why would I get rid of it? It was cash flowing. So I had.

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"education college" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Okay to elaborate about the lifestyle so it's also the young people nowadays think that they're facing more challenges and like a more competitive environment than their parents they have to learn much more stuff they have to have much more skills in get going to college doesn't guarantee anything at all like so but the problem is they're thinking about it through their parents is and also like with like this much you understand now yeah like college each year point especially in mainland china and high networth into the path of college and then set you up is over it's over doesn't get into you it's just over like look if you wanna work at bain and mckinsey and goldman sachs time education you could still have that path that's great nothing wrong with that the problem is the default that a college education college education the pedals off the rose like outside of the wheat top ten schools i think the schools that are most dangerous our schools twenty five to one hundred because they had some brand but they don't translate they don't translate in today's reality anymore it just doesn't matter and for a parent at home you know especially in mainland china's back to what i jumped on i'm very upset that you have one child to your point to an i don't know every detail but i'm aware enough to know a lot of people are single children very the thing that i see common in in southeast culture especially meal in china is that for a lot of parents their kid is a representation of them and that's where it breaks and that's where it breaks in israel and in breaks and belarus and breaks in america it breaks if a parent thinks that kids accomplishment is a reflection on them because now you have a disconnect now you're not a parent and a child you're a person with a product.

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"education college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like taking a deep breath and saying i've been sexually harassed and they got a laughed in my face and they were like what the hell do you expect your nineteen year old woman of course you're being sexually harassed i thought oh that's just the thing that happens that i can accept acts everywhere i'm going to work a lot of different jobs and got a lot of education college graduate school which did not open a path to a graduate school job but a job at a whole foods that's when a roommate told her she knew an editor of a political news website maternity interested i can't even imagine a world in which like i would go from workout whole foods toward journalism she was like walt just had an interview with this guy on her way out the door to meet done her roommates said if you get that job you'll definitely be sexually harrass i've just gotten us thought well stay with us the interview went well which felt great to tana because she was ustr bombing interviews shoes so shy was raining when she and down walked out of the building he offered her a ride he is sort of like you know to casually put his hand on my knee and said something leg so here you in your roommate's of like pretty wild and crazy sex lives i think i said something like a hug in let's be crazy or something that i just on some level i very path lead did nothing and did you feel bad nutro just like whatever it felt bad but also housed ecstatic because i felt like i had a real shot at the job she called her friend to thank her she said as you warned me he got a little sexually harassing but i'm so excited i think i got it she did and from the beginning tunnel understood that her attractiveness to dawn meant should be seen rather than ignore it tunnel was seen by don all the time he take pictures of her sometimes when she wasn't looking in some them.

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"education college" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Got a laughed in my face and they were like what the hell do you expect your nineteen year old woman of course you're being sexually harassed and thought oh that's just the thing that happens that i can accept everywhere i'm going to work on oryx a lot of different jobs and got a lot of education college graduate school which did not open a path to a graduate school job but a job at a whole foods that's when a roommate told her she knew an editor of a political news website maternity interested i can't even imagine a world in which like i would go from workout whole foods toward journalism she was like quote just have an interview with this guy on her way out the door to meet done her roommates said if you get that job you'll definitely be sexually harrass as kind of thought well let's wait us the interview went well which felt great to turn on because she was to bombing interviews so shy was raining when she and don walked out of the building he offered her a ride he is sort of like you know ponta casually put his hand on my knee and said something lag so here you and your roommate's of like pretty wild and crazy sex lives i think i said something like a hung in let's free crazy is something that i just on some level i very path lead did nothing and did you feel bad neutral just like whatever it felt bad but also housed ecstatic because i felt like i had a real shot at the job she called her friend thinker she said as you warned me he got a little sexually harassing but i'm so excited i think i got it she did and from the beginning tunnel understood that her attractiveness to dawn meant she'd be seen rather than ignore and tunnel was seen by don all the time you take pictures of her sometimes when she wasn't looking and send them to her he was generous with his attention and controlling usually at the same time there no way to tease the two apart and she accepted them both blue at a party don rubbed tunnels shoulders nast if she wanted another drink when she said no he grabbed tonneins wrist twisted her arm and pushed her into a table get to be physically separated from her keep haulage as later and she forgave him easily done was old to.

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"education college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I thought oh that's just the thing that happens that i can accept everywhere i'm going to work look tunnel words a lot of different jobs and go out of education college graduate school which should not open a path to a graduate school job but a job at a whole foods that's when a roommate told her she knew an editor of a political news website maternity interested i can't even imagine a world in which like i would go from work out whole foods toward journalism she was like walt i'm an interview with this guy under way out the door to meet done her roommates said if you get that job you'll definitely be sexually harrass as kind of uh well it's with us the interview went well which fell greet to tana because she was used to bombing interviews schuessel shy it was raining when she and don walked out of the building he offered her ride he could sort of like you know kind of casually put his hand on my knee and said something lag so here you and your roommate's of like pretty wild and crazy sex lives i think i said something like a hug looks pretty crazy or something like that i just on some level i very path lead did nothing and did you feel bad neutral just like whatever it felt bad but also i was ecstatic because i felt like i had a real shot at the job she called her friend the thank her she said as you warned me he got a little sexually harassing but i'm so excited i think i got it she did and from the beginning tana understood that her attractiveness to dawn meant should be seen rather than ignored tunnel was seen by don all the time you take pictures of her sometimes when she wasn't looking and some them to her he was generous with his attention and controlling usually at the same time there is no way to tease the two apart and she accepted them both blue at a party down rubbed tunnels shoulders massive she wanted another drink when she said no he grabbed on his wrist twisted her arm and pushed her into a table you to be physically separated from her key apologise later and she forgave him easily done was old to.

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"education college" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"Five women we wanted to take one of the mi2 stories were you hear about encounters women have with men who abuse their power in the workplace and expand that to look at the lives of the women before that encounter we're telling the story of several women who worked for the same person dan he's in an alternate over the course of thirteen years if you're just tuning in a heads up the today show has sexual content and talks about abuse okay so we meant deanna an in asia and we just met kristen the student at nyu christon is gonna come back you need to meet someone else first act five tana one of her first buses was jeff he ran a shop in town tom had just started college but it was summer so she spent most of her days at the shop um and he would always hummy these awful things about his wife where he played you know she so beautiful when she walks down the restaurant all men you know whiplash to check her out bunch sick of her um wondered whats dinner can get you family that you know like you're so tiny going to grab your ways he definitely tried to physically grabbed me a lot it was irritated but tunnel tried really hard not to show it because jeff was middle aged miserable she'd heard his wife kicked him out a coworker said he found jeff in the shop one morning waking up surrounded by beer bottles he made time uncomfortable but he was so pitiful that it felt unreasonable to attach any value to her discomfort jeff denies all of this by the way tana did tell her parents though it took her while they're protective she's worried they maker quit and then they were driving when day her mom or dad ton it in the backseat that i was like mamadad have some you tell you how search about about it in the wreck let it what happened i would like taking a deep breath insane i've been sexually harassed and got a laughed in my face and they were like what the hell do you expect your nineteen year old woman of course you're being sexually harassed and fat oh that's just the thing that happens that i can accept everywhere i'm gonna work the tunnel worth a lot of different jobs and got a lot of education college graduate school which did not open.

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"education college" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me

Learn to Code with Me

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on Learn to Code with Me

"You need to do now do the job you want um but i think now in 2018 employers hired starting to get there um in terms of understanding that people get to the skills a lot differently than just going to school um so i think it's hard for me to give a blanket sweeping answer i think that even answers like stem still make sense uh i think are also kind of a process generalization i think some stem major's make sense some schools makes sense and some financial situations makes sense but i think that we're starting to see the the wall the dumb where i say the illusion chip that every eighteen year old who wants to work in the in a corporate workforce needs to go to school needs to go to college loss and there was this year relay on there's a study published i think ennis jess last week i will linked to initiate nights but it was by hacker anc end they survey like 40000 developers but also company is and what what you're on this this ties into what you mentioned about companies alike they're looking for and i'm looking at now so make sure i get it correctly but as far as like the most important things when they're hiring developers experienced comes first and then like portfolio or get hub so let's showing has the experience then there's education like below that and they also showed similar for armed they surveyed like execs that companies like ceo ct is what they value motion candidates and for them education and education is like formal education college education is even further down the list it's like the fourth thing and the experiences is higher up so i definitely think gum yeah i definitely agree and studies are showing it that experience matters more and how you get the skills to that is less important just that you have them um i'm going with this kind of a literature bothell surgery if you want your book i hope the spirit of wire bucharest's work and i think it's um you know in the movie the same things happened on college campus adjusting their college.

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"education college" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Where prices come down the bottom line is market forces and the evil profit incentive within a fact because to make profits you have to you have to charge prices prices that are competitive to charge competitive prices you have to constantly beat your opponents where prices constantly go up education college healthcare what's the common denominator there the government because there's no incentive for the prices to go down because the governments paying there's a third party pair problem folks do you understand how the liberals have it all wrong de profit incentive is what's driving prices down the government incentive is which pushing prices up that's why i have such a problem with this statement they put up we're gonna we're gonna start nonprofit are you the profit incentive is this is what sued driving healthcare costs up no it's not it's the government is doing it one other point on it as well so you have the third party pair problem but secondly you have the crowd out problem for those economics majors pretty simple concept when the government pays for something it crowds out people in the room who are free market folks in small businesses and large businesses that would have would have offered the services themselves you know when you have the government providing say milk to people in the army in buying it from one company and that one company only other milk producers lose a significant portion of their business because the governments got it sole provider they have no reason to compete in market because they can't the government crowds people out of the room who otherwise would have entered the room and been more effective in other words there is another milk producers that may produce better milk more vitamins more protein at a cheaper price but they can't because the government has decided it's going to buy the milk and it's going to buy from this person and that's it wipes everybody out when the government comes in and says we are going to pay for medicine we're gonna pay for forty percent of it and this is how we're going to do it to a third party payer system is going to be no supply demand that all because the suppliers and the demand is no the government's paying prices always go up.

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"education college" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on WGN Radio

"College education colleges eucation savings accounts might go away or also talking about taking away student loan interest deductions for for somebody who has wealth management of a programme of wealth management or savings house this can impact that well i i don't think the the final version is is yet to be determined on this tax plan i know that we had a discussion yesterday about the mortgage deduction were dragged pose that you only have up to five hundred thousand dollars of mortgage deduction and after that it becomes taxable and that's a big issue especially in wealth management because as people plus tax plan you know they they're planning on you know if they have a million dollar mortgage for example they're planning on getting that whole tax deduction and if that goes in half that's going to affect their tax planning and their taxable bill at the end of the year so these things it has been proposed how the final version is going to shake out i don't think anybody knows i i know as we speak congress is now looking at the tax plan and there's going to be changes to it on the mortgage side i i don't i know that there's been several caveats behind the standard five hundred thousand dollars deductible that they're discussing i know on their college tuition plans on the college tuition plans they're taking away part of that deduction but thinner increasing the personal deductions to possibly offset dad so i think the final version nobody knows how is going to shake out there is a lot of things that are going to be propose to offset some of the other things that are being proposed so it it remains to be seen how that's going to affect but in wealth management tax planning is very important and we have tax planners on staff who excuse me work with our clients and make sure that that they're doing all the tax advantage things they need to do two two minimize their taxes as much as possible and that's a big part of our wealth management discussions with clients and the bottom line is sorted out to get people to save right now we should make it any carter absolutely and and people do certain things to take advantage of of tax efficiencies and when the tax laws change they have to readjust and and may be do some other things to to to counteract the changes in tax planning and then that's.

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"education college" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"education college" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"I think it was a path all onto my own because i distinctly remember when i went to this the school that i had this out door climbing trip from it's the first time i ever we have had an actual sports teacher and i mean i think the only thing i was really good at at school was you know i was i was really good at all the different sports academically you know my report card would read and spends too much time looking out the window i'd rather be outside play up and my mom reminded me of that this past summer when she visited you know i'm show nowadays i'd be diagnosed with something and have been on some kind of medication 'cause i couldn't focused but when i realized that there was an actual job that you could have teaching sports i knew aged eleven or twelve that i wanted to be a physical education teacher and that i was going to go to physical education college nobody told me about it i just found out that you could actually do this and teach sports for the rest of your life bend i can remember teaches at school i remember very particular instance at thirteen when an english teacher cold me out in kloss that i thought i was going to college and that i should think about outs doing something else because i was never going to be martyn up to even get into college let alone be a teacher and so somebody said the two out loud in a clause coal me out and then two years later when my sister followed in my footsteps that same teacher reminded hood that.

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"education college" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"education college" Discussed on FT Politics

"Because a lot if the metrics based on student satisfaction and the fact is if you go to uni in london you tend not to be very satisfied podgorica's back to apply were saying you know you're paying an obscene fourteen living in a big city were of what else is rich the news just not that fun so yup i just feel so bad for 18yearold sitting there the having to make the biggest financial decision of their lives today in front the appropriate that biggest financial decision until i buy a house brackets if they of and they have very little data to go on so the has been some really good work done by academics on graduate earnings from different institutions but so far a lot of the data hasn't been publicly released so they really are flying blind leading that's a travesty so higher education has become a huge problem in terms of onto grudges but it is still quite important as a regional economic actor isn't it nigel we've seen that for example in a city like sheffield the universe de interacting with manufacturing and indeed contracting with the local schools and colleges can make a big difference to the region yes our thing the day to resore looney year from the government industrial strategy about regional economic performance was pretty stark sharing that really part from london the southeast the other regions of konakom backwards or a new stage still loves the last couple of decades and in not instance skills institutions have a huge role to play we often do you think about universities and higher education but i think equally important is further education colleges is often really the cinderella of our skill system but yet we do a lots of young people through that the some students hit sir second chance they very much need maybe they didn't have the motivational support all the right fit with their school when they were young but a federal education college camby through to a second chance in a career.

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