20 Burst results for "Eight Thousand Words"

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Meta-Cast

Meta-Cast

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Meta-Cast

"Felt more like open source that it became commercial software to where there was so much sharing just ideas maturation of scrum actually really sort of destroyed things and yank to some degree the scrum scrum alliance was formed and there was infighting between schwager and conan folks and there was a board schwager was kicked out or whatever and he just became it became that agile industrial complex thing came the industrial complex but it was a heavily independent of the it was it was just stuff to do yeah right it was like the early exit no one was talking about. I'm an extreme programmer versus you are. It was always about finding what worked back to people. I'm rob saverin. I probably told this story. Maybe a few times but when i was reading my software and games book so in two thousand one i was working at loosen and we're getting laid off there and i started. I had this sort of wild hair to write a book. And i'd never done that so and it was about end games which is about getting out the door like not the coding period a waterfall project. But the the testing the testing rework. Fix and getting and y you know getting that funneled down to it's ready for release and that was the end games and i remember sending. I wrote the book. And i'd never done this. I didn't know what the hell i was doing. I wrote words. And i had i. I had a draft on which at the time was maybe sixty thousand eight thousand words which was a big sounds like a lot. It sounds like a lot and i and i had seen this guy. Rob cybernetic conference. And this was early so i wasn't a speaker then. I wasn't an active speaker. The way i am today. i wasn't well. I wasn't known or anything like that. I was just. I was just an you know sort of a practitioner and i remember set asking rob and rob was a little bit ahead of me in the curve. He was doing this conference stuff and he was. He's in the qa space and he was pretty well known for bugs. He was into defect triage at the time. So i so that's so. I sent him a request to review my book and he said sure. Send.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

07:15 min | 4 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast

"Please welcome your host international bestselling author and executive ghost rider. Paul edwards welcome to another episode of influence networking secrets where you learned to build the magnetic influence meaningful connection. Profitable publicity a radically generous entrepreneur. My name is paul edwards ghostwriter ceo bestselling author husband and father and in today's episode we feature aurora winter the selling author tv producer media coach fellow ghost rider and serial entrepreneur aurora uses filmmaking expertise neuroscience to help people communicate and get results whether it's raising seven figures for a startup negotiating for a raise or rolling a new client. Her newest book is called your million dollar message. The blueprint on your business book. Today we're gonna talk about how the world's most successful celebrities managed to write eight thousand words our for their and this episode. You'll hear a fresh take on some things you already know if you listen to me. Who are some of the most prolific celebrities out there out lifting finger to write a single word. What a book does for you that most other media can't do by every expert entrepreneur leader needs a book out just goes all the others have one and how long it really takes book time than you think. Don't forget to check the show notes for links to aurora's books website and social media. Hold onto your seats in the time. It takes you to listen to this episode. Somebody out there is busy writing eight thousand words on their way to earning a million bucks. Why shouldn't you let's get started with aurora winter. We haven't had developed a proper ghost rider secret handshake. And not the podcast. Anyway but It's my pleasure to welcome aurora winter lesser networking secrets. Podcast a fellow ghost rider an in the background in technology and showbiz and that should bring a unique verge. If you decide to hire one of your books aurora. It's great to have you. Thanks so much for stopping by paula. Great to be on the college you and congratulations on your new book influence. Her a networking secrets is awesome. Everybody should go out and buy it right now or get a free copy on your website. I'm much obliged. I've been telling the people listening that for now. Some of them responded to the rest of you. Who haven't i say. Why haven't you but era. We're here to talk today about me. But about aurora's new book You've got a new one as well just coming out in a in a relatively one your million dollar message. The blueprints launch your business brandon book. That's the newest one. So that's big on the docket free. So what's going well. Aside from the book what's going wealthy lately aurora. We'll just really taking advantage of the coronavirus to lean into what really matters to me. I had to pivot so many people. After the coronavirus pandemic i had my last event february. Twenty twenty in some miguel de amd mexico and it was so much fun and it was so looking forward to the rest of the events. I had scheduled for twenty twenty twenty twenty one but that had to get canceled but the benefit of it is. I leaned a double leaned into helping people with their books. Which i love and also you know had a chance to go well. What really matters to me. A a reconnected with my family in british columbia and making more time for friends. So i don't know what changed with you but i think there is some value in going. You know what it's not all about making money and there's a lot more to life than that it was Looking back at it now obviously. There are inconveniences associated with it but but by and large. It's it if it was meant to hurt me or cause me harm ended up having the opposite effect. It's been it's the twenty twenty was one of the best years for for many of the same reasons you described there. Yeah i think that as a as a you know in north america won't speak for the rest of the world. We needed a wakeup call to go. Like hello are you really living the life meaning and purpose that you want. And that's one of the things that i love about helping people with their books. I'm curious if you find the same thing. Most people think the benefit of writing. A book is to have the book. My background's has coach. And so i find that there's so much value for people to discover the gold in their own personal story and to look at some of the worst incidents in their life and go. You know what that changed me in ways that really appreciate in value now. I hadn't really thought about that. But you know. I'm gonna stop hiding that story from the world and administer it be athetic real and this news at the speed of trust so when we are allowed to be real when we give ourselves permission to be real a lot. Good can come out of that. I agree wholeheartedly. And i would add that. One of the worst things you up to do. I think in this day and age with the what's available to you is is attempt to write your book by yourself a for If for no other reason than the fact that creativity requires more than what you would be true creativity because you have to meld the differences to to get the unique it comes out of it and so i always tell clients. You can read your book by yourself. But it's going to the. But i'm going to bring two angles you have thought of and i'm gonna see things phrase things in a way you would phrase them and from that. You're going to have a much more. Richie story to tell exactly. I think a lot of people get confused. And they believe in order for it to me their book that they have to actually be the one on the hebrew word typing every single word. But there's a different team people like you and i who are word wrangler. Who spent you know more than ten thousand hours. In more than a decade loving words carrying boat story structure understanding deeply. What makes a book page turner. And what makes it a. And that's what we bring to the table whereas the person who whose book it is they bring their thoughts their ideas their expertise their life experience. It is their book but most people make the mistake of thinking that they have to also be. You know the word wrangler and you can both bust that myth in fact you know. There's so many books that are written by ghostwriters. Don't know it. They don't realize that. Hillary clinton i'm sure doesn't right her books. I mean she. Knowledge is whole bunch of people in in the acknowledgement section. Doesn't put their name on the cover. Senator john mccain did David coggins ghost written gary. V admits his book ghost written so a lot of people because they don't know that ghostwriters or other people are involved in the team. They shoot themselves in the foot thinking that they need to do everything by themselves and therefore they end up staring at that page forever and their book never sees.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Bald and Blonde

Bald and Blonde

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Bald and Blonde

"What you think about. Israel made up imagined remembered reconstructed. It doesn't matter to the mind so the mind doesn't know the difference. That's right it is thinking it well. I'm not getting into the technical part of it. Because i don't feel certified in speaking about that. Let's just do a little disclaimer not technically qualified. Which will have about this in. Layman's champs yes. So i'm not a neuroscientist i'm not a neurologist. I'm not a doctor. I'm not medical. Doctor at brand cannot tell the difference between real not real fantasy made up memories. Ole at night is is that it thinking that it just knows that that what is there. I'm not even sure that it knows that it's thinking it okay. Because then it would have. Its own mind no. It's just doing it. So we have seventy thousand dollars a day. It's not like a little man in the moon sitting there in the mind and then say okay so let me think 'thus let me think that no thoughts come and go. That's okay but let's take our power break and choose thoughts to which our body our system will respond differently because the mind cannot distinguish if it is made up. Fantasized imagined terribly reconstructed or very well reconstructed. It doesn't know the difference. The body will respond so the biochemistry that we're experiencing that is an automatic response mechanism. Now we can use that for our own benefit though laboratories worldwide that are making experiments with that and it's measurable they can measure the stress hormone cortisol adrenaline and so forth and the other way around also endorphins documents. So we can use that for ourselves. Therefore uncertainty can be actually a great inspiration but only when the reptilian is not overly active and saying or signalling to us that. This is life threatening. This is horrible. there's nothing we can do. Hopelessness helplessness control. and then everything else shuts off. We cannot possibly think realistically rationally creatively. He's good question for disease. Is there a good way to quieten the reptilian brain in less than a minute. So i you're trying to compress a book that i don't even know fifty eight thousand words into three words. Well i'm gonna give you ten whiz. Just think of it the situation where ever the situation. You're in right now. Is it surely life threatening or does it just feel as if it was life threatening. I do believe that is a question we can ask ourselves that already. Probably most of the time. Based on my humbling experience will put things into perspective. Yeah i agree. And that is what i was looking for. I think that's one of your best lines is to just sit there and ask yourself. Is this really awful deaths. Now i know that in today's world where is this virus running and there's a lot of fia around having the ability to my people seek and and her families but at the end of the day were exposed to those things every minute..

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

Best Comics Ever

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

"To subplots. Wait a minute. Listen truck five thousand lords and an ad to subplots So i am actually in the process. Now and i'm going to get back it after we're done of doing exactly that trying to cut out five thousand words add to subplots the second book Good now that's kind of yeah. No kidding I cut the i cut eight thousand words out of actually but now while i'm percolating the subplots two thousand more words have crept their way back in. It's really hard to write without the use of words. I've i've come to realize in books. If i could write without using words it would make a huge difference in the word counts of the book. so i that's my goal for my third book is try to find a way to write the book without words. Then i won't have to worry about cutting them. Yeah yeah maybe Maybe some narrative captions insert silent panel. Here you know gets gets more. Maybe if i if i have someone just draw what i have in mind To right then they just draw in the book and then i conducted be the book. It'll be a lot less words. Be pictures and send that back to your editor and say no problem five thousand. We're talking about cutting five thousand words because there's the pictures there you go got it got everything so it. Yeah and i'm i'm i'm percolating. The third book in the series. Now even though. I probably shouldn't be a contract to do it But i'm doing that too. That's that's in the note taking stage so so yeah Yeah i don't i'm not. I'm not that kind of the brighter dave. I haven't i really haven't thought of myself as a comic book writer as the sole means of my income and twenty years. Yeah no yeah. So the fact i did. A couple of projects for marvel in the last year is like almost miraculous. Because that hadn't happened for quite a while. And i gotta be honest with you. I've been offered a couple other things at marvel so on the one hand..

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Page To Stage

Page To Stage

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Page To Stage

"Billion dollars nationally in in the creative economy we are greater than transportation. We are greater than agriculture. Honestly it's not that it has nothing to do with the money but it just has everything to do with the fact that it's a self fulfilling prophecy of people saying no one cares about this therefore no one cares about this. You have to tell people what they should care about and by like yes. I as an editor fully understand you have to deliver to an extent what people are asking for but you also have to deliver what people need and people need this piece. And so that's why. When i got a few knows you know responses i was not like well. It's published in Major publication or not publish it was published in a major publication. And if i can't medium is at my disposal for that and medium. I don't want to call it a glorify glorified blog because it's not what it is democratized publication. Yes you do not have the guarantee of fact checkers. And the guarantee of copy editors when you read something so you need to be careful when you read things on medium and you need to be careful about what writers you are reading. I will say that for my feature. This was fact checked. I link out as much as i possibly can to my sources and it was copy edited by a professional copy editor that i asked to engage with it so this was done really as if i were at a big publication that is not the case for everything read on medium but as you can see like major publications also published their things on medium to a wider audience because unlike regular magazines that are focused on a singular topic and therefore can go deep into that topic whether that's the new yorker and going into things that are deeply new york or whether that's forbes and going into things that are deeply. Finance medium has the flexibility to publish about anything in the world. And so i do find it to be a powerful platform. I also think it's powerful that they pay their writers. You know i can get paid off of the piece that i wrote based on how widely it's red so please support reunited. Yeah read it. Clap for it at the bottom. There's that little clapham emoji book market share it all impact like weather. I get compensated. Well or less well But yeah they put money behind their writers in their editors and so. That's why so. I do want to like it's similar to a blog in that you may not have editors looking over this content but it is dissimilar and that some of the content is and there are some advantages to that talk about the process of you sending your manuscript to Other news outlets when you do that what goes into sending it out. Are you sending a log line or like a brief summary of what it is and then the whole thing are you know of course with something thirty three minutes long. Are you trying to truncated or do you want to intrigue them in. Try and get them to read the whole thing as is evidenced on his podcast in any other interview. I've ever done in every other piece i've ever written. I am a very wordy person. It is the one skill in life. I aspire to get better at although i will say like for all its eight thousand words. The piece is actually very economic. Because i cover so many different. Facets let's and i divided it part by part so that you can read part one and take a break and then come back to part two and take another break or you can read it all the way through in terms of pitching it. Yes it was a little like you know. Two sentences on who i am in case people. You know not everybody. I don't expect people know who i am. You know a little line about like why..

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Say the offices the s i mean there's maybe a few elements that were conceived in my mind but it was like it was really something. How can we can happen water. And why while. I was on insane because i her call four hours a day. Eight thousand words. It was just wrong. Five or are really. Can't explain it literally cord right adding or right. I mean he was a loss. I couldn't i first four. Were done in forty days and my wife and daughter gets turned about me. I hold him that. I would horse parcel folder down in the book also pointing things so it could have been And then after that for that. I started because the flooring in the cave there. These other ovation's that exist and how evil moons emotion civilizations and the connections between these civilizations and earth provoke are more complex system underlying. What's going on. That really has much and it gets into more detail in. The book describes the role of the ancient engineer. It sounds like there is more to him than you know. Yeah tell way more designers in the air. Yeah kind of like a Not really a mad scientist. The knife old guy that always comes up with a little projects like having people laugh and smile but really his goal and stuff Love prevails in that we're an ancient battle millennia in bad all the things near every possible scenario available because these multi dimensional think of every possible off ever happening certainly is in the row going over but that i believe looking at the situation will grave. Nobody else involved. Mimics his lowing can entertain things but an important parring. See if you want to. But he purposely doesn't look it can be a unfolding story as well It's a bit of a different kinds missing in carpentry limits himself to experience in certain things but can you want to her further books going to explain more about him and his origins are there will be more it goes more like level of you know gravity way and lack of dark energy dark matter all kinds of things real real interesting ideas concerning those things that i don't believe i have ever read or seen before slow. I don't wanna give much more about it. Is you're different concept that i again. I feel.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

11:27 min | 6 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Like validating your idea creating your first product pricing it marketing financing your business even creating your business website and more check it out and himalayas dot com slash. Nba and use code nba to get a fourteen day free trial again. That's himalayas dot com slash. Nba promo code nba. Let's get started with a bit of search engine optimization wanna one the whole point of seo is to make it easy. I search engines primarily. Google most dominant search engine to find you and your website when i say website. I'm talking about all the pages on your site all the blog posts now if new to your market for a new in your business. Most people aren't going to search and find you by name not a household name yet but you want people to find you. Buy the keywords search for so for example. let's say you're yoga instructor. You won't find your website when they type things like yoga poses for a bad back or yoga for beginners. Every industry has popular the most frequently searched keywords in your marketplace. Let's go with yoga example. In the yoga world there are the top one hundred key words that people type into google searching for things related to yoga. Wanna make sure. Europe's i shows up when anybody searches for these key words and you wanna make sure you show up as highest possible in the google rankings. They say the top three positions on the first page are gold really Most of all the traffic go to those first three rankings. But you're just getting started. Your job really is tried to at least get on the first page. Okay so what is step number. One is separate. One is a unique keyword research tool. There's a lot of keyword research tools out there. let me start with a free one. There's google keyword planner. They keep changing the name. But if you just google google keyword tool you'll find it and this one's free. It's a little bit complicated. The you is so fantastic so if you have a budget for it. I recommend to tools that you can use your choose either one One is a truce. That's a h. R. e. f. s. The other one is surp- stan. We've used both of these tools for keyword planning Both work just as good as each other is just a matter of preference of what you like. These are paid tools and you pay monthly to get access to it. I believe services is a little bit less expensive than h refs so budget may surf sets the way to go now. What are these tools. Do with these tools. Allow you to find out how much traffic every keyword gets also allows you to know which key words you should be looking for in your market. So of the yoga instruction market. I can write yoga classes. And i can see all the key. Words that relate to that market i can also see what keywords am i ranking four for my website and even more importantly i could see what keywords do my competitors rank for so your first step in getting started with. Seo is a list of your top. One hundred keywords. You want to go after. What are the hundred keywords that you want to show up on the first page when somebody searches for those you can literally just write them down in google sheet one hundred key words okay and then once you have the hundred words can now work on trying to get visibility on all of them so you can't do a hundred in one shot so we break it up into ten every week so in ten weeks you'll be done with this project so now you know the keywords are looking for what do you need to do well obviously you're not gonna just magically show up for these key words you need to have content on your website that match these keywords mentioned these keywords that go into depth and keywords so this is a really good way for you to start planning your content. Your block Even the pages on your website that describe your features in your services so one place to start is to go on your website and look at all the pages you have start with your pages and see which pages can you rank for these keywords. You can mention these keywords on those pages that make sense that actually is congruent reader would read that on the page and say okay that makes sense not just forced they used blockbuster's what block was have you published you may have not included these keywords. That you can. This is literally changing the copy on your site to reflect these key words and of course you need to make sure it makes sense. That actually is a good fit. Was very sophisticated. And if you try to force it in what's called keyword stuffing you're going to get slapped on google and it's going to be a detrimental effect on your site ranking so don't try to force it if it makes sense do it. If it doesn't don't have done that take a look at the keywords that you have on your list. What are some blog posts that you can right around these Keywords these could be your next block pussy publish in the next week to three. You get the point now what we just did modifying our pages and blog posts is called on site. Seo and it's kind of the first step you need to do but now you can go into. What's called the metadata you be able to help. Google find your pages with these key words so what we'd like to do and what we like to recommend is every page every blog posts. You should be trying to go for one keyword for that page your blog post. That's the focus. You're really trying to achieve mastery over that key word on a page or block swore another tool comes in. If you're on wordpress most people are We recommend the tool called joost. They've premium and they have a free version. The free version is totally fine. But the premium one is really good. And i actually recommend the premium to people. Because it's well worth the money. If you're not on wordpress there's gotta be something that's similar to what i'm talking about here that allows you to optimize your pages and your meta data in your Website builder but going back to joost. What use does is that. You can just plug in the keyword or trying to master the ones. You're trying to go for on that page save for example yoga for beginners. I'm putting that keyword and then it will recommend what i should do to make sure the happened. So maybe change. The title of the blog posts may be changed the actual your else include that key word Yoga for beginners even the description of the page the metadata the description of the patients. That information that you see little snippet that you see on google when you search on you find a site will give you a little description you can change that and use. Will i do that. And you can include the keyword and they're also use recommendations about how many times you should mention the keyword in your post. The point is is that lets you optimize. It easily shows you. Hey these are the things that i recommend you do and kind of scores you on how well this is optimized. This is where. I recommend you begin. This is really going to help you get found because you're being intentional about what keywords you're looking to target so it's basically a lot of inventory you're doing a lot of cleanup along optimization you're doing on your site right now but moving forward you're going to keep on doing this with your blog posts you're gonna ripe for the keywords you haven't mastered yet and you're going to keep using your Keyword tool and search tool like eight or surp- stat to find out how you're doing. Are you moving in the rankings. For your keywords are getting more. Traffic are there new. Keywords that are emerging that you should be trying to master trying to Rank for this is a good place a star. I don't wanna overwhelm everybody. Who's listening but if you do this this is about eighty percent of seo. I've one more killer tip when it comes to seo and how to get started before that. Let me give up to sponsor. This episode is brought to you by square. You run a business square can help you reach more customers. In more places with tools for selling online and in person there are so many different ways of taking payments online with square from an online store to digital invoices can bring your business online any way you want square can also help you take contactless payments in person with hardware for your counter. Curbside or on the go customers can pay with a simple car tap or mobile payments like apple pay with square. All your tools are connected and working in sync. You can take care of your entire business from one place or transferred to your bank account on your schedule seal. The way square can help your business at square dot com slash go slash. Nba the square dot com slash. Go slash nba. All right one more tip when it comes to s e o. When you write your blog posts at the end of the day you're gonna be targeting a keyword but you have to write great content has to be helpful has to be useful as be something that people wanna share. Don't be afraid to go all in and to write a full guide. Some of our blog posts are full guides. That are over eight thousand words long. They're like e books really but they're very popular and they kinda traffic because they are really depth now. Google really loves rich content. It loves it when you go in depth loves it when it's awesome block post. We're just writing for seo sake. They can recognize that. It's incredible. how sophisticated google has become. So if you're thinking of just chucking out a three hundred. Four hundred word blog posts just to serve keyword. You're better served to write that blog. Post in-depth a little bit long for eight thousand words but you know it's okay to go to three thousand words. We found that less as more. I say less. I mean less frequency. I can published a blog post once a month. But it's really epic epic blog posts that people share because they love it so much versus writing block post Every week and it doesn't have as much power. I also recommend that you do go really epic and really in on those hard to get keywords. The highly competitive keywords. Because if you want to stand out you're gonna have to do something above and beyond the others your competition there. You have it that today's lesson today's answer today's cuny wednesdays question from chet. Thanks so much for asking. That question chad. If you have a question you wanna ask go ahead and email me over at omar at one zero zero. Mba dot net. I'll make sure to answer here on cuny wednesday if you have two minutes. Go ahead and leave us a rating and review on whatever app you use. Listen to podcasts. With spotify or stitcher radio or apple podcasts for himalayas were on every single platform. Let us show you think. And we'll keep on pumping out the episode's. Thanks so much for listening before we go. I wanna leave with this in all the businesses. I've built the number one source of traffic for us has been. Seo has been via organic search is because we've invested so much in our content and our search engine optimization thing shirts fast so that loads quickly and google prefers that it's a long term investment. You may not see results instantly but you will as the weeks roll around. Thanks so much for listening. And i'll take you in tomorrow's episode ozzy then take care.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"Let's get started with a bit of search engine optimization wanna one the whole point of seo is to make it easy. I search engines primarily. Google most dominant search engine to find you and your website when i say website. I'm talking about all the pages on your site all the blog posts now if new to your market for a new in your business. Most people aren't going to search and find you by name not a household name yet but you want people to find you. Buy the keywords search for so for example. let's say you're yoga instructor. You won't find your website when they type things like yoga poses for a bad back or yoga for beginners. Every industry has popular the most frequently searched keywords in your marketplace. Let's go with yoga example. In the yoga world there are the top one hundred key words that people type into google searching for things related to yoga. Wanna make sure. Europe's i shows up when anybody searches for these key words and you wanna make sure you show up as highest possible in the google rankings. They say the top three positions on the first page are gold really Most of all the traffic go to those first three rankings. But you're just getting started. Your job really is tried to at least get on the first page. Okay so what is step number. One is separate. One is a unique keyword research tool. There's a lot of keyword research tools out there. let me start with a free one. There's google keyword planner. They keep changing the name. But if you just google google keyword tool you'll find it and this one's free. It's a little bit complicated. The you is so fantastic so if you have a budget for it. I recommend to tools that you can use your choose either one One is a truce. That's a h. R. e. f. s. The other one is surp- stan. We've used both of these tools for keyword planning Both work just as good as each other is just a matter of preference of what you like. These are paid tools and you pay monthly to get access to it. I believe services is a little bit less expensive than h refs so budget may surf sets the way to go now. What are these tools. Do with these tools. Allow you to find out how much traffic every keyword gets also allows you to know which key words you should be looking for in your market. So of the yoga instruction market. I can write yoga classes. And i can see all the key. Words that relate to that market i can also see what keywords am i ranking four for my website and even more importantly i could see what keywords do my competitors rank for so your first step in getting started with. Seo is a list of your top. One hundred keywords. You want to go after. What are the hundred keywords that you want to show up on the first page when somebody searches for those you can literally just write them down in google sheet one hundred key words okay and then once you have the hundred words can now work on trying to get visibility on all of them so you can't do a hundred in one shot so we break it up into ten every week so in ten weeks you'll be done with this project so now you know the keywords are looking for what do you need to do well obviously you're not gonna just magically show up for these key words you need to have content on your website that match these keywords mentioned these keywords that go into depth and keywords so this is a really good way for you to start planning your content. Your block Even the pages on your website that describe your features in your services so one place to start is to go on your website and look at all the pages you have start with your pages and see which pages can you rank for these keywords. You can mention these keywords on those pages that make sense that actually is congruent reader would read that on the page and say okay that makes sense not just forced they used blockbuster's what block was have you published you may have not included these keywords. That you can. This is literally changing the copy on your site to reflect these key words and of course you need to make sure it makes sense. That actually is a good fit. Was very sophisticated. And if you try to force it in what's called keyword stuffing you're going to get slapped on google and it's going to be a detrimental effect on your site ranking so don't try to force it if it makes sense do it. If it doesn't don't have done that take a look at the keywords that you have on your list. What are some blog posts that you can right around these Keywords these could be your next block pussy publish in the next week to three. You get the point now what we just did modifying our pages and blog posts is called on site. Seo and it's kind of the first step you need to do but now you can go into. What's called the metadata you be able to help. Google find your pages with these key words so what we'd like to do and what we like to recommend is every page every blog posts. You should be trying to go for one keyword for that page your blog post. That's the focus. You're really trying to achieve mastery over that key word on a page or block

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Jared Graybeal: Self-Care to Before You Burnout

Self Made Strategies

07:50 min | 6 months ago

Jared Graybeal: Self-Care to Before You Burnout

"Start about how this all came together. I mean you've written this book about focusing on growth and best practices to help yourself come stay focused on growth of course but primarily focused on growth while at the same time avoiding mental burnout. Which right now. I think is a great thing to be talking about. Because a lot of people because of the covid nineteen pandemic just being stuck indoors a lot more partial quarantines uncertainty about going outside and being able to interact with other people are going through these cycles of sort of highs and lows and then hitting plateaus in terms of mental burnout. So let's start with that. How did you come up with the idea for the self help. Oh so basically. I was inspired about three years ago to lead a group at church that i used to attend In a pastor at the time win me to start a group around biblical leadership and entrepreneurship. And i started teaching. Something called taming. The line which is a four part series now decided. I wanted to write a book called taming the lion. The problem was i'm i would never consider myself to be a high level rider. I got average grades throughout like english class in literature in high school and college and so that just became like a self fulfilling prophecy of thinking that i'm not a good writer so with that being said i spent a year on trying to write this book and i guess you could say i got writer's block however one of my good friends a long time ago inspired me to start writing blogs which is much less of a responsibility than like writing a book And you don't have to think that you're a great writer to write a blog at three hundred words or five hundred words thousand works and so i started writing this blog just because of a regular cadence of writing one every month or two. It was called five ways to never stop growing in. This blog ended up being. Don't remember eight thousand words or something which is way longer than my normal blog In normally what i do is i'll write a blog and record it onto my podcast in like ten fifteen minutes this would have been like forty five minutes away too long for a typical structure and i thought about it. It was what. I thought to be a great blog but it was way too long and i thought you know i left a lot out. I could revisit this teaching expand on it may be true three times longer in publishing as a bump to get some experience publishing a book so that we could revisit the original idea. And that's what i did in so it was a lot easier to tackle the idea of writing a book whenever you already sort of created the manuscript as a blonde format way less of a commitment. And so that's what i did and i just revisited. Each thing and i created an intro and in altro whatever conclusion and pursue publishing agency in did all the steps to get where we are now. Yeah that's really cool. and so. How did you overcome sort of that initial imposter syndrome to begin with because you hit writer's block you're already convincing yourself going into it that you're not really a great writer and i know that the the blog helps and impart the podcast has been the same for me right. I kind of wanted to develop more content for myself. Now i'm an attorney fulltime. That's sort of my that is my full-time gig and so writing was more writing was not what i want so i thought to myself you know how. How can i get more content out and obviously you could. Do you know instagram. Or linked in stories or record yourself in post those videos as a sort of log series instead or something along. Those lines develop a youtube channel. There are multiple avenues in the blog. Was that for you but in your story there you talk about how that first year you hit a lot of writer's block. How did you overcome that and get yourself back on track. It's all by getting the reps in. I'm not a person that thinks. I'm particularly great at a lot of things but i do aspire to be and so i know the the practical approach to that is just to keep trying in the best way for me is to keep for example. If i wanted to write a book. I need to write a bunch of blogs. Because if i can't think through finishing this big hairy audacious goal. I can at least commit to a five hundred word blog from time to time and honestly from me. What helps me. Because i never thought myself and i still don't really consider myself to be a great writer but i know that i'm a relatively good teacher in speaker and so a lot of times when i'm inspired to speak on something naturally Why have to put an outline together. So i can speak on this topic in it ends up being a blog so i sort of immersed engineer that thought process of like why know that. I'm pretty good at speaking of teaching. What in order to get there. I need to write an outline. Let me ride outline for a teaching and then that thought process becomes way easier than like. I need to write a blog this month. Should i ride on. It's really more or less would want wanna teach on. And then how do i write an outline for that in building with you know the content necessary so for me. That's it. I just find a half on like how can i don't particularly like riding. But i love the outcome. I love to teach. I love to encourage empower others to live happier healthier lives and so in order to do that. You need you need content is the key. So that's how i approach it. Yeah and i like the way that you put that that you you know that that sort of a weakness for you but you do like the the dopamine that you get from the end result so you can have reverse engineered to how to make it work for yourself and that you like to talk and that got me to thinking when you were talking just now that in a lot of ways that's also another thing that you could do certainly is just record yourself with your phone for example and then take that recording and sort of transcribe it and clean it up and that's already done some of the writing for you really really cool interesting so without giving away your secret sauce because we do want people to go. Check out your book on amazon. Obviously that's part of the reason that you publish the begin. With of course but sorta at a high level without giving away the secret sauce. What can people expect from the book. And what types of best practices are you. Providing people s in the book has been described by multiple people that have left reviews and stuff That it's basically add to do this on how to be a better person and that's perfect for me now. Being unquote better person is totally relative. But again like in the broad general sense of the phrase. that's what i wanted it to be The book's title is the self help book six practical ways to never stop growing. I'm extremely practical person almost to a fault. So this book will give you A lot of thought provoking questions. But then it'll give you practical approaches to overcoming some of the obstacles in your lie and of course the six things confidence competence clarity commitment connections and character right and so i believe that in every season or chapter page of the book of life that you're living in you can grow in one of these areas if not more. It's not all right now. Committing to grow in. All of them is a again. Another big hairy audacious goal may be too big of a task to try to conquer away but even for me. Since i wrote the book picked it back up three or four times. Read through a specific right. If i'm going to be traveling. I'm going to revisit. The connections chapter in brush up on my skills with meeting people in all the creative ways to do that. If i'm having a hard time at work. And i think maybe my leadership ability is is we come to revisit the character thing say it mirrors in my team right and so the book has these steps In these different approaches based off of tried and true principles psychology in my personal experience In the again it's like is less than one hundred pages. You could sit down and read it in two hours. Because i wanted it to be a tool and not another task.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

06:34 min | 6 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"Are looking for that it differentiates a product so any differentiate. The price to jervis jerk does so you're competing with your article. Which is what's eight thousand words or something or nah no not that abou- well two of them together is probably come to about twenty five hundred three thousand. You know what we're going to get so many more words in this podcast. thanks l. translate it put up. I can't compete with them. But i'm just going to transcribe it podcast. So they can they can read it anyway. Your competition are something that is Fits in tweet or a label with a starburst on it on the front of a of a product and and people will when they get back to the grocery store again instead of deliveries will pushing down the row and looking at the shelf. And they'll see this kind of flashing and climate-friendly there's nothing guiding back. There's there's thing that tells. People are hungry to understand it so andrew. My hope is that we can take an article like yours and we can Attach it to a qr code on those products. And okay. somebody sit down. And you're going to have to spend half an hour listening to roger an andrew in a podcast or twenty five minutes in reading his his His article and then you pass the test back shop right. Will that came up in california There was a ballot proposition. Awards almost ten years ago now proposition thirty seven and it was a labeling campaign ad it was too it was it was focused at anything. That was gino and they had to argue over. What percentage was what you meant. Gmo she label it and it lost but some of the questions that came up was wool. Legal what people want wanna know if their food came from fair trade where the was it union made were. Not where did it come from was the domestically harvest Was it a women. Minority owned business that heart young. And they actually. We're talking about a Were you have about ten different ngos and then is a climate. Plus i guess you wanna say climate minus but that sounds negative. So markers are gonna have an issue with that but it will have all of these different parameters. That people want food to have reflect. And i think that's seen at happened more and more but you could end up having a label of ten different qualities of that will forget about say what it is that it's can't beans will and what happened. As a result of the failed in california passed vermont and they ended up patient passing a national labelling wall but the way that works is that you have to go into something whole smart label and there's lots of information which includes whether or not it was made with genetic engineering but it's surreal effort with people. That are that curious. Yeah you get her outta be simpler ways. Yeah yeah and crisper gene. Editing is questionable. Whether that's even going to be included because it's not a transgender organism. Will and i think that as many good things people can point to a genetic engineering. There's examples there's been scientists in china. That's done some experimental things that everybody said. Why didn't think we'd be doing that. And so there is a there are issues in wrapping up. I really appreciate this conversation andrew. I'm looking forward to more stories from from you. If people wanna find where your work appears is there any any spot that they can can go. Look for our andrew porterfield articles because i think that they listened to this they get an idea of how comprehensive you are trying to put stories like this together but how can they find something that you've written right. I mean the genetic. I am building up trying to keep an archive of my stories on my linked in page. So if you look for me and it's it's andrew porterfield On linked in. I have a set of stories in there an adding to that a lot. I just set up a page on a a reporter page called Wreck you know from the old mutt racking a store the wreck dot dot org and you can find me there and i'll be building up there to And those are a little more comprehensive because If you look at genetic literacy project you'll find all gop stories And an entomologist today. You'll find me through research there too. But yeah the linked in i think is so far went under in paul Where i'm going to try a wear. I'm really building up archive where you can find me. I don't have a. I have a website. You are will go into technical well-meant we're going to be able to find you on firmer table talk actually. We're experimenting with clubhouse now too. So maybe you'll join us log into clubhouse where people can can chat and answer your questions directly. So i'll have you in sometime. We're going to be doing those on wednesdays at noon on clubhouse and noone is pacific time to well andrew porter fan is been a pleasure talking to you are i admire your journey in an giang kind of following your lead trying to pursue these. These seem concert of questions. But i can't do it with a pin like I suppose you don't use a pin anymore either. Only when taking notes. Thanks for being farm to table talk..

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:30 min | 7 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"With a device that has support for all the different bluetooth codec. Exactly but how do i select which codec it is That's the question. And what device would let me do that Anno says that my phone would let me do that. I've never tried it. So i'd have to go figure out how to do that But i could certainly do it Twisted mr was also Mentioning that m. qa master quality authenticated and which is a compression scheme used on title and elsewhere for high res audio is in fact loss loss. Easy it is not lossless. And in fact i've been doing a little research. I used to know this stuff but it's been some years and Twisted mr is right. It is law see but they go through some pretty sophisticated mackin nations to recover much of the high resolution audio information or at least reconstructed. I should say now. There's a great article that i'm actually reading now. It's really long. So i'm not gonna get to all of it during this few minutes But it's on ars technica ars technica dot com called 'em. Qa explained everything you need need to know about hi rez audio. How has 'em qa stuff. Twenty four bit ninety six kilohertz music into cd audio file sizes and does it even matter. This is a great article. But it's like eight thousand words long so I'm gonna and it's pretty dense. You know this. This is a very sophisticated thing. That bob stewart m. Qa formerly meridian Has created. it's good. Bob is one of the smartest audio guys i know so I have great faith in it. But i do want to understand it and i used to understand it better than i do now so You know the the mind is an amazing thing Memory if you don't use something you lose it and you have to relearn it. And i haven't thought about him. Qa in a long time. So i'm gonna have to To re- study that particular thing Oem hice mike. Yes tried talking to qualcomm. They have been might be able to help They do aptex certainly You know it's a good question and pretty soon i'm gonna.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on In Writing with Hattie Crisell

In Writing with Hattie Crisell

03:23 min | 7 months ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on In Writing with Hattie Crisell

"Yeah am i right in thinking. I think i've read somewhere that you you fast. And you Clock a lot of words in a session ye-ye-yeah I didn't realize that. I wrote really fast until talking to other writers I can i think comfortably. I can write about eight thousand words session. If i push myself. I can hit ten thousand words a session of and and that's just from like years. I used to spend my summers writing little stories with my friends online until we would write thousands and thousands of words a day for each other. And so i just built up i guess like a stamina speed for writing fiction and things so yeah i do right really quickly and so i can churn out words. I i when i think about it. I'm always thinking of it. As like. I have absolute faith in my ability to produce words so i try not to be precious about the words. I have on the page. Because i know that i can always throw them out and make more words. I've never afraid that. I'm not going to be able to words. That's crying like a superpower was going to say gee fuel rising eight thousand words take Shipley.

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The Most Impactful Marketing Article Neil & Eric Read for 2020

Marketing School

04:23 min | 1 year ago

The Most Impactful Marketing Article Neil & Eric Read for 2020

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about the most impactful marketing article that needle and I have read for twenty twenty so I'll go first and Neil. You can feel free to chime in but one thing I read the other night. It's from this guy named J. J. A. Y. Couso Oh it's a C. U. N. Z. O. I think butchering the name again. I mentioned it to episodes ago if you Google Marketing. Show runners experience steph troms. You'll be able to find what I'm talking about and I think this is probably one of the most important things I've read in a while because you realize that everyone talks about especially. We talked about this on the PODCASTS. All the time we talk about Oh you have to produce content yet to produce content produce content but like you realize that there's just like this entire sea of garbage content and people are just producing CONTO CON. It's very transactional people are doing. Keyword research on Uber suggest whatever it is and it's just they're covering the answer right there but the problem is create transactional content. What happens is people? Come they get the answer and they leave. And that's it bounced that's it right whereas if you create an experience transactions the first part of the spectrum on the very far end of the spectrum as you take people on a journey right. It's about eight thousand words or so but it caused me to rethink everything we do right. It's okay how good are we? Driving an experience with our blogs with our podcast with the events that Neil and I do they're all at different ends of the spectrum like the products that I put together right or products that Neil does too. It's all about the experience. And if you don't create a good experience if you don't obsess over customer near contents do anything so in that post it was actually talking by making like a show that people love like marketing podcast. Which is funny. Because there's no mention of us and I'm like men may be were very transactional podcasts. I don't know but part of me thinks dot what we've been able to do with this is to be able to take people we've been able to build a community around it so the community is right before the journey right so it's literally you have a transactional of content. That's the first step. The second tier might be. You have an expert so I mentioned an expert might be like a sports analyst so I hear might be sports scores. The second one might be a sports analyst giving you the scores and that might give a little more authority there but then you cross over to building a community so at community example might be Neil night doing the growth accelerator group that we have right that is creating experience. That's creating a bond. That's very hard to duplicate anywhere else. And the beyond that. You're taking people on a journey so I really think everyone should read this at listening to this because it will reframe how you think about things and caused you to think twice about going out there and producing content for condensate. Because that's why a lot of stuff doesn't grow doesn't grow that quickly. It's because it's very ho-hum US neil yet. So my favorite article for the year so far and session at article two video but it's on marketing is Russell Brunson's Ot owes of your on Youtube search for Russell Brunson. Oto otiose stands for a one time offer and he breaks down no matter what kind of products service you're selling SASS product subscription ECOMMERCE. It doesn't matter you can make money through a upsell upon your checkout and you can have multiple works so well do you do it. Yeah and you guys already all know this so I'm not gonNA say hey you need add up saw because everyone already knows that but what he does. He breaks the copy. You should use. You don't have to be as aggressive as him. He breaks down the layout. You should use and what you need. A copy step-by-step and it just works and it's an easy way to make more money and it's not rocket science. I everyone can do it. It's super simple if you guys have a website your website because a chance. Are you trying to sell something? Or people subscribe something or generate a lead and his process teaches you the exact page to us to make more money from whatever type of business you have doing up cells right and people. Can I mean if you guys want to see examples of this you can go to click funnels DOT COM and Russell? Brunson actually has an active challenge called the one funnel away challenge and in there. You can basically WanNa buy his product You County. You can basically funnel him. That's a term that he uses to see how that one time offer works. So yeah I mean I think both contexts pieces

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Book at six thousand to eight thousand words a day wow because this so it was so deeply ingrained in me it was so anxious to come out that it just came out like a rushing river even all of the story back in the eighties I owned a little video production company and yeah we did commercials and industrial tapes for companies and the dumping of VHS tapes and things like that but one day I'm in my office in the receptionist says there's some gentleman in the lobby who is just wandering around looking for someone to duplicate his VHS tape and I said well you know give it to one of our engineers and you know give it to Hank and see what it is and get give the guy a price was nice guy African American guy wandering all over the place just having a great all time it was Chuck Berry not a single things like that used to happen with me I was in Detroit with hall and Oates and Martha whatever her name was with one of the very first female VJ on and whatever it's called the music channel VH traf knows that so it's MTV MTV yeah on MTV with their so Martha and I danced and it it it's only the second time in this story that I get to dance and when I dance is totally abnormal so Tommy Mottola with that point was the most famous behind the scenes person in the music industry you're all hall and John Oates are sitting at a table with their jaws hanging open watching Martha and me dance and when I finally finished dancing I got into the elevator and who was the Stevie Wonder I log out from my room there was a phone call from prince's manager saying we have an emergency you have to be out here within the next six hours so I hopped a plane and went out to LA to take care of a principal regency so little things like that you have a tendency to happen they do I met Stevie Wonder in Los Angeles a couple years ago guy great guy just a very very decent person very decent very interested in women I brought him he called me or his people call me to audition me to be his publicist and of course the wonder's music is utterly fabulous who wouldn't want to be Stevie wonder's publicist and I brought an account executive with me she was female she was black and CV all CV could think of is peeling out her beauty feeling out her physical attributes and and he was quite overt about it so he wasn't interested in anything we might say about the list he was simply interested in how beautiful woman I brought with me might be that's amazing all these great artists and we've lost a lot of Whitney Houston that's another tragedy that is what a great singer but the problem was Clive Davis Clive Davis his manager Clive Davis's ahead of arrest records he was the head of CBS records only find your house shop one a bunch of other people like that he was a legend in the business he had a golden here absolutely golden and what if you signed with him George that was the end of your independence is an artist that was the end of your authenticity as an artist because Clive Davis model do you in his own image not in yours my task in the music industry if you came to me and wanted to be my client I told you if you expect me to fashion an artificial image for you artificial mask and tell you I'm gonna make you a star all get to a point where by best competitor in the next hour if you're going to work with me west recognized because not an exchange of plastic it is not an exchange of downloads it is not an exchange of money it is an exchange of human soul and when you were on stage remember that experience in high school what I was describing were on stage you were danced as if your property and the order that the energy of anywhere from seven hundred to seventy thousand people pours through you and goes to some god had inside of you and is utterly transformed and you are out of control you are not under your own control anymore something else is controlling you die if you will allow me to find that self that dance you onstage defines itself that when you sit down at two o'clock in the afternoon I need to write a lyric but no you cannot possibly write one and you don't really believe you've written any of the ones that really works you've ever written before and a four o'clock in the afternoon there's a lyric in front of you my job is to find the gods insight into the world that lyrics that danced you on stage if you're willing to sign up for that and give that to your audience give your lost soul your audience then I will work with you so I had a I'd approach that nobody else took in the music industry because everybody else talked about product no I'm sorry music is not a product music is a maverick change of human so they talk about markets no there are no such things as markets there are people that you are trying to reach they talk about branding no you do not sell some external thing clack on to the oldest artificially your selling the most passionate things the artist has nothing so passionate that in normal everyday life that ours can't even after so they only come alive onstage or in front of a blank piece of paper my job was of what I call the secular shame which is a strange phrase for a science person to use because it was to find that sold inside of you and show you how to share it with your audience want to throw a couple names that you before we go back to calls here did you ever meet Ray Charles no and that's a tremendous regret because he was a seminal influence but I had a client who put out all of the very very very high definition audio versions of all over Charles music by told how much I loved Ray Charles and he sent me over is complete DVD high definition collection I was so disappointed George but here was one of the greatest voices you've ever heard and the orchestral arrangements were all floppy violence he didn't he does stop the violence his voice got so much across but the violence brown him out which cheapens his music Elton John Neil Diamond the beach boys all pay their career to a fellow by the name Russ Regan digital rush we on the highway ran into each other he had been the head of United Artists records and he was having tremendous success with Perry white and with this girl and I helped put this call on the map and I helped put this on the map because why is this phone ringing if there are ghosts will turn to tell me it's time to plug some of my devices are mine if the Smith yes yes yes we know that live radio live radio yeah so at any rate I had been call I got a call one day from person I've worked with very closely I actually one of the two only two people that I ever had over to my apartment for thanksgiving dinner with my family and he said look I know that your son that your Mondays are sacred to you I know you go over every single campaign with every single one of your account executives but I'm telling you you have to be in my apartment tomorrow morning at ten o'clock when I get off the seaplane from fire island and he explained how he had been collecting uptempo electronic dance records for years and he took them I would take him out with him to fire island now the gay community kid away on fire island and tried to remain invisible but when my client recovery analysts are playing these records something happened and never happened before game and more comfortable dancing with each other in public and you know how when you're dancing when you had a couple of drinks or drugs or whatever you is yours but whatever it is a choice or high of choice and you are dancing to music that is absolutely loosely taking you over you were taking you were taken over by cells inside of you you do not know you go into an almost trance state for an hour or two and have those of the gods inside of you coming alive what did the guards inside of all of these gay men turn out to be you expect them to be swish you would expect them to be limp wristed you'd expect them to be feminine no they work how will Indians and fire chiefs pouring out of the cement the things with their dad to give them give them picture books on when they were three years old and four years old as symbols of masculinity chocolate French fries Sir hang out my office that come in every two weeks they spent two days going to the once we had the gay dance clubs for disco music they would come in and they will go to the closeness of the like pornographic paradise for them and he went back to Europe and they wrote a song okay I was in.

Getting Credit for Your Housekeeping Effort

A Slob Comes Clean

07:33 min | 1 year ago

Getting Credit for Your Housekeeping Effort

"Thanks for joining me today. This podcast number two forty and I think I'm going to call it getting credit for your housekeeping housekeeping effort those who understand my struggles those of you who don't just listen as wow now. I understand other people but instead that are like Oh yeah that's me Already know what that title means. So anyway I'll go into it here in just a minute before I do. I want to make sure that you listen to last week's episode with Rhonda. I really love these strategy sessions that I've been doing with my Some of my people from who are patrons through Patriot dot com slash. Assad comes clean And the end we we just got to talk through some things and I've heard from several people who were like. Yes I also live in the country and understand how easy it is to Just kind of spread your stuff jeff out on land. You know that kind of thing and so I love it because it brings in other people's unique situations and we kind of get talked through what might work mark what to try in those situations so go back and listen to that one too but you don't have to stop. Now go ahead and listen to this one and then go back later if you missed it. Okay this is what made me think about about this subject. So I I have an adult child now. I've mentioned that I'm sure I have It happened over Christmas. I say it happened but you know he just had a birthday but they. It's not like I didn't know it was coming for the last eighteen years anyway. So we're we're in this kind of interesting phase of life right now where he's getting ready to launch if that's what you want to call call it Often to his own life here soon anyway. He is a senior in high school and it didn't really make a huge difference in the fall because of football but now that football is over he has early release. So that's pretty common. I know it's an a lot of different different places. A lot of people I know. Have Seniors and up. They've finished their credits or the majority of them and they don't they have some free periods and so they could to leave school early if if they get that done as part of their schedule so he leaves school at. I think it's to fifteen usually gets home around two twenty five and it didn't make as much of a difference during football all because he basically would come home. Be Home Work on homework for thirty minutes and head right back for football practice but Now I'm just going to be honest to totally cramps my style uh-huh and here's why okay so I've talked before about my routine of how I handle things and how I get work done and stuff like that. Well I basically basically you know I my kids off to school and then I work work work work work work and I work best in the morning. I'm a morning person and so I I work and that's when I have brain power and energy and you know especially like working on this book right now that I'm working on I you know I go to the library for as long as I can handle it. you know which opens at ten sometimes tended to or whatever and by the time to thirty like comes around usually. I'm done like that's kind of my if I'm going to give yourself permission to chill out for a little bit before I kind of get going on and the on different stuff other things. It usually is right around two thirty. I mean like between two and three. That's Kinda my okay. I'm GonNa take a little break here. I will often put off eating lunch until then and then I'll be like okay. I'm going to read a book while I ate my lunch or I'm going to Watch a show or whatever will on Monday I guess it was no it was yesterday. I don't even know whatever one day this week. 'CAUSE y'all don't care which day it was. I mean I have been going literally nonstop like I had just been to the library. I had written two eight thousand words. That was my goal for the day. Might even Trent Twenty five hundred. Anyway I was zapped like zapped. I had left the library and I was like okay. Hey I am going to. I think it was about one forty five when I left so I'm GonNa go home. I'm going to eat that leftover soup so I'm gonNA feel like I am having a great. You know decently healthy lunch and I am going to watch a show and I was like really looking forward to it so I get home and end. I get all that together so by the time I sat down it was about two o'clock and I watched a show and it was the second one you know. It was a thirty minute show and I was like. I'm just GonNa Watch one more because you know what I'm exhausted. I did really good work today. I'm going to do this. And he walks it now. Granted I had changed back into my pajamas like I was. Oh that's embarrassing but I'm just you know why not be honest with you guys anyway. So I changed back into my pajamas. I come home I had been an real close like the entire day to that point so come on. It's a lot to ask a writer anyway so I come home and because 'cause I was finally home I changed into my pajamas and I'm sitting on the couch watching a show and eating. My lunch might decently healthy lunch. And he walked in and he goes this and this is a sweet kid you guys. He's one of the sweetest of the kids living in my house. I'm just saying and he goes. He Goes Oh take the day off today and I was so offended. Look I was like you know and I went. This is why he cramps my style to come home at this exact hour of the day. I'm like I can work and I can work and I can work but if he comes home and that's when I'M LAYING DOWN IN HIS MIND I've been laying down the whole entire day. You know or I have been sitting there watching. TV The whole entire day because that's the only awareness that he has of my time anyway so I was very it. Did it hurt my feelings and I did kind of you know. Say No explains things but I also get it. I mean like I'm not mad because I get it. I get that you only are aware of what you sec- okay and it made me start thinking about how that is one of the huge frustrations for a lot of us in our homes. You know I mean you know I wasn't. I was writing yesterday. I wasn't even necessarily working on the kitchen or anything like that. But that's our frustration is like I want credit for this stuff that I have done a specially in the beginning when it all feels so completely unnatural and you. Who are you know trying to make a dent in not having done what you needed to do? So it's that much more overwhelming. Both in how much there there is to do. Because you're digging out from maybe you know never having had a dishes routine and you're just getting started or whatever but also you know just really pushing passed all of those mental hang-ups that you have against doing it this way and really. Do I really have to do the dishes. Everything that I buy. Whatever all all those things make it such this huge looming thing like I have done something major and we want credit for it all right? Let's take a moment to talk about one of this episode's sponsors better help. Some of the stuff we're talking about today. Ultimately comes down to relationships and expectations and the stress can be greatly increased when there's stress in those

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"That six women have accused CVS chairman and CEO, Leslie Moonves of sexual harassment. There also allegations that former CBS news, chairman and current sixty minutes. Executive producer, Jeff, Fager allowed harassment. As you heard there, the story is about much more than moon Bez. It's about CBS as a whole. It's about how major media companies are still having to reckon with the past about alleged harassment and abuse that happened in the past. And in some cases, not too long ago. These are issues that have to be addressed by CBS and by other media companies, and it's Phero who's been leading the way exposing some of the darkest secrets of these companies. His latest report about CBS also about the iconic newsmagazine sixty minutes. Pharaoh sources alleged executive producer, Jeff Fager, quote, enabled harassment and committed acts of sexual misconduct himself. Fager strongly denies allegations and says, it's coming from sources who have an ax to grind look for almost past year sparked by fares reporting and work by the New York Times, the metoo movement has been causing these stories to come to light, but just think about how long it's taken. To get to this point. Now, let's address these different stories as carefully as we can because fair stories about eight thousand words long. The conduct by Moonves who's been the boss at CBS for twenty years allegedly happened between the nineteen eighty s and the late two, thousands. Some of the women quoted are on the record. Then the story also talks about issues more broadly at CBS. What is indicating is that there's a systemic issue here. So let's talk with them about it fares joining me now for one of his first interviews about the report, I know you've been working on this for what eight months. There've been rumors about this for many months and then on Friday, six hours before your story came out, the hallowed reporter wrote about it. CBS stock plummeted, CBS issued a statement. I wonder what it's been like for you as the whole media world's been wondering what you're working on to be trying to to get your work done, carefully accurately, all everybody else's speculating about it. Well, I think you framed it correctly. Brian. It's, you know, noise and interference and. When you work on stories involving dozens and dozens and dozens of sources, it becomes almost inevitable when there so much riding on these important stories that I think really need to be heard that word leaks out. I mean, this happened in a number of the prominence stories that I've worked on over the past months, and that's okay. But I do think it's important for the public to distinguish between the secondary coverage of the story, which is often fraught with misinformation. And the story itself, which is the product of many meticulous months of investigation. You one pretty much every award in the journalism industry for your reporting on Harvey Weinstein, and I think we should try to distinguish between the different stories you've been doing when you write about moon Bez or Fager, you're not lumping them in with a predator like Weinstein are you of? Of course not an, I think anyone who reads these stories conceive very readily that were careful not to draw any speculative inferences here. This is about the concrete details of. These facts patterns and look in the case of Leslie Moonves. This is not to draw comparisons to anyone else, but certainly these are six women. And in several cases, they're talking about what they describe as serious sexual assault. Munoz says he made mistakes in the past, but he never used his power misused his power to punish women. If they rejected his advances, do have evidence to the contrary. Certainly the the women's stories suggest that these are encounters that went a lot farther than that comment allows for. I think it's striking though and perhaps reflective of the rapidly changing times that were in Bryan that Leslie moon vez does exhibit a fair amount of contrition in these responses. And I have to say that in all of our interactions with CBS and with Moonves, which were extensive. We give them a very broad window of commented on this and worked very closely with them. Mr. Moonves personally, to me was very, very gracious and seemed to take the claims very seriously..

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

New York Times - The Book Review

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

"I i think it's a tv documentary actually about this hungarian who was imprisoned during or right after world war two and kept in a russian psychiatric hospital slower and more than fifty years and so i thought okay will this seems to be a story partly about that and then also partly about his own family history because his mother's father was georgian and so it's about what happened to his own grandfather who disappeared after the war who during the war had collaborated with the germans while they were living in france and now with has actually turned into the story about erotic betrayal which is sort of i mean i i have to say that i knew that last careers relationship with his girlfriend at the time this was all happening i knew that that was part of the story but then it takes this turn that's just we'll have to say i read the first twenty pages of this a few weeks ago because you know in my career tikhonov definitely get back to it but it hits the book starts in a way that you would think the whole thing is going to be about eroticism is the first two or three pages yes but then because of the hungarian pows and then going to this sort of russian hinterlands so selm the small town and see what's happening in the small town where this hungarian was capped you did tell us last week it's a book about a return to the lights suits well so was turned uh and he himself says that a certain point that you know all these things are happening at once and you know he's connecting it in his mind at least to the hungarian to his grandfather to his mother and to the woman he has a relationship with but essentially there's a point about midway through the book where it's an extended eight thousand word.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"And uh in in whatever way i mean you can decertify than waves and then and then waive sanctions that has the that has the attraction to the president as it because then he can carry out a campaign promise and he can show himself to be emotionally in line with the hardliners but without actually triggering all of the negative the negative effects of of leaving the of of leaving the deal they might they might go for that in the end but it doesn't very you're you're you're you're 100 percent correct at doesn't actually answer the question about what next weather and traffic trooper at i think mario crash cleared candidate trump talked about in terms of how barrack review it would actually harm beer constructive way out american burger macro honor contribute well arm and that would be start now to think about what we walked world look quite like in eight years when the central provisions of the jcpoa begin to expire so what sanctions regime would we have in place that would prevent come from rapidly rebuilding their enrichment program to cake breakout times two zero as president obama warned of and what agreements would we want with the allies and with the russians and the chinese to prevent that from happening and what incentives would we need to provide to iran to avoid that i'd like to add one other thing i got an article out this morning actually uh in mosaic magazine it's only eight thousand word so that it's got it going into all of this uh all the stuff and i argued there that we should be uh i totally by the way i totally agree with everything it will just said uh but uh that were the administration should really be putting its efforts now is in syria and in blocking the iranians in syria.

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"eight thousand words" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"eight thousand words" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Yeah i've i've hang out with him a few times he's awesome guy man it was just i mean it's a whole like we could we could probably talk for hours about bmi unlike the future of brains and machine teeth you gotta send me his podcast where we're when indigo lives on oh no it's we have released it yet but um i tried to get through tim's thirty eight thousand word post about noura link and i almost it but it just a do the futures craze geza for those of you listening if you haven't checked up the blog wait but why i featured it my newsletter couple times it is unbelievable matienzo goodnatured add that you're things to delist its own as i told him went out on the show mcmahon i love your blog 'cause i like put on a pair of sweats again a cup of coffee telegram ipad live just read for like ours why are you let the sweat part is it's that zairean sunday morning routine if if if the equivalent of my modern criminal like a smoking jack either gotcha heads might comfy close as i would say back the show yes gems gems look at so in there that is this i've got kids probably like a lot of you people listening i like most parents want to somehow teach my children financial responsibility um and so we tried things like an allowance you know or retried you know chores and we we tried all these things like how do you connect.

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