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"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:38 min | Last week

"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Two or three races. I believe that group has to make something happen. And you see it there with our leaderboard. I mean, these are solid hitters Harvick, Reddick, Austin Dillon Eric Jones, Eric Jones for the record. Man, what a year he has been putting together, there's sometimes when you go camping and you get out, you picnic basket, look in there and realize that some of your stuff got a little damaged, a little wet. Eric Jones each time gets in there and he's like, I packed a full lunch. What? You've handed me and man, each time he steps up. But that's back to that, for me, Eric Jones and GMS petty motor sports. That's back to what Steve started off with about this season. I can say the same thing about JTG Doherty. I can say the same thing about front row. I can say the same thing about multiple teams is, you know what? They've shown up this year. They run in the top 5. They run in the top ten. They're making an appearance. And they're doing something that a lot of these teams that we thought was going to fill the top ten. All the Penske cars at one time. All the Hendrick cars that went. You know, there's always two to three outliers for every two or three that's in right now. And these guys are filling that slot. How are they doing it so consistently? That goes back to your comment. I'm not surprised anything happens at the racetrack. Yeah, I think no one doubted Eric Jones talent for most of his career. He drives enough other stuff that you're like, you know, this kid can drive. He just hadn't found this place of confidence and the right equipment and all the timing, all of that goes into it, but the expansion to two cars definitely has helped that organization, which it's funny because that could also hurt an organization. You have double headaches, but you also have double the information. The expansion hell, but I wrote a name down here, Dave Allen's. I think that. For sure. For sure. You know, we talk a lot about Xfinity series. We had this conversation for sure today. Like, what's the identity of that series? And we talk about drivers and shame on me for not bringing up some of the crew chief Dave Allen's won two championships in the Xfinity series. Back to back with two different drivers. Like he knows how to win. And you always wonder if it will move forward, right? How many college coaches go to the pros? It can't get it done. Well, Dave Allen has moved up and why they haven't won yet. They have systematically improved. That I think is the hardest thing to do is to keep kind of climbing that ladder. So I think he could be the one that could be the next Suarez. The next breakout win that you don't go, oh wow, I'm shocked. It's more of a, yeah, kinda kinda saw that coming. It was building up. And I'm gonna say one other thing about that group. And not this group, particular, but drivers. And Eric Jones, a Chris busher. Michael McDowell. Daniel Suarez, okay? Is you know this? We all know it. As competitors, you can beat the confidence beat out of you. You can get it beat out of you quick in this sport. You come in here, kicking butt on light models kicking butt in the Xfinity series. And again, get your butt kicked for two to three straight years. You begin to say, can I do this? Can I do this? Daniel Suarez saw Ross Chastain go out and do it in the same equipment, gave him confidence. You see Chris busher. You see Michael McDowell. You see Eric Jones. They get that top 5. They get that top set ten consistent. All of a sudden, they're a different driver. They walk. Their steps different. The way they approach the sport is different. You've given a lot of guys. These top teams have given a lot of guys, they might have had beat down mentally and beat down confidence wise, they've given them a second opportunity. And they're coming on strong. And it sounds weird. I actually think when other first time or winners that maybe everyone didn't have on the list, it trickles over to that same kind of level drive. Yes, it does. So a Briscoe wins. The Suarez said, well, man, I'm as good as him. Yeah. And you're like, oh, man, he's really good. He's not one of the teams. Kyle Busch. Like that doesn't really help you, right? But then you see chest. That's exactly right. Briscoe. And then Suarez. So then does that mean Jones and Reddick? Are they in there? So why can't it be us? Yeah. Let's find out. Let's take a call. Sam is on the line for Michigan, Sam, an Eric Jones question. What you got? I know. Hi, guys. This is my first time being on a show. I'm kind of nervous, but hey, don't be nervous. Thanks for joining us. This is awesome. We're nervous to be talking to you, man. We're in nervous wreck. Yeah. Well, Eric Jones, is that the off weekend, he's racing at the Milwaukee Mile, I think. Do you guys think that he will get a win if at Atlanta or Daytona to lock himself in the playoffs? Sam,.

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"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Occur like this of not getting that wheel tight, it's entirely different design. You know, I think there's some technical aspects of the whole sport is looking at and how to make this better for everyone and not to have these issues. But it's obviously disappointing. When you have a fast car like that, you put yourself in a position and then the gravity of the penalty. That's the question if it really, you know, it's fitting this crime because for, you know, to be suspending your crew chief and other members for four weeks and just knowing how large a penalty this is, it's really a tough position. I think for the whole sport right now. So I think the whole sport has to look at how to one, obviously rectify the issue, fix this, so it doesn't occur in the future. And then also saying, okay, how can we evaluate things that this isn't the level, this isn't happening one and two, this isn't creating the compounding effects of now having team members out, which hurts the teams and just really makes it harder for everyone involved to move past these issues like this. All right, I want to bring both of you in for this. We'll throw up the playoff standings and show you there's only four spots left on points. I feel like we have this conversation Parker every June, right? But you've got names like Blaney, Truex bell, Harvick, and Reddick who haven't won. So yes or no, 16 winners this year or do some get on points. I won't be surprised because, I mean, look at that. You mentioned it Blaney Truex. Belle. I mean, the RCR cars. How are they not one yet? Especially Kyle ren like I would have easily had him having to win by now. Eric Jones has shown such great speed was so close at Talladega to winning there. I think if we're ever going to see more than 16 winners in a season with this playoff format, it has to be this season knowing, you know, just everyone figuring out this car, how big a difference it's been, how much it's turned up, you know, turned everything upside down and how much parity there's been and how close it is. I think you have to be looking at that. And if you're Erica more, or RCR, those two RCR cars, I mean, pour our CR once again right there on the bubble like you see in every year with both their cars, but I think you can not feel safe at all that you're going to point your way into this for the first time in a long time. I think you have to be focusing right now, especially with how variable the schedule is coming up. These next ten weeks, you've got to be focusing on getting a victory lane. Yeah. And listen, I agree. If we're ever going to see 16 winners, we're as close as we're going to get. And look, and it's so precarious because Daniel Suarez is 20th in the playoff points. And well, he's in. So that moves everybody down. And that's the problem. It keeps shuffling people down. I am going to say this. My heart tells me I want to see 16 different winners. Math tells me I'm not going to see 16 because 40% of the races that are left before the playoffs have to be won by you guys, okay? Four out of ten have to be one of that list right there. And I don't see four of those ten winning these races. You know what I mean? And that's the simplest way for me to look at it is just say 40% of this has to happen. And I don't see that. I might see 20%. Yeah, I might get you to 14 of 16, but I believe.

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"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

"It really <Speech_Male> does. Hey, before <Speech_Male> we're out of <Speech_Male> time, I want to know <Speech_Male> what you thought <Speech_Male> when we saw that green <Speech_Male> white checker. <Speech_Male> We saw that battle <Speech_Male> between Logano <Speech_Male> and Kyle Busch. <Speech_Music_Male> I have to assume <Speech_Music_Male> that put <SpeakerChange> a big smile <Speech_Music_Male> on your face. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> Well, <Speech_Music_Male> yes <Speech_Music_Male> and no. <Speech_Music_Male> DJ <Speech_Music_Male> and I didn't grow <Speech_Music_Male> up racing <Speech_Male> like this. Like if <Speech_Male> somebody <Speech_Male> just over drove the <Speech_Male> entry of the corner <Speech_Female> and slid up <SpeakerChange> in front of <Speech_Female> me, I think I knocked <Speech_Male> the hell out of them <Speech_Male> because <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> we didn't do that. <Speech_Music_Male> I mean, we didn't <Speech_Male> race like that. <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> now it's <Speech_Female> just common. I mean, <Speech_Female> now, I mean, <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Christopher Bell <Speech_Male> did it to <Speech_Male> Eric Jones in <Speech_Music_Male> the Xfinity race at <Speech_Music_Male> Atlanta. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Many years ago, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and I'm like, <Speech_Music_Male> what was that? <Speech_Music_Male> And now <Speech_Male> we see it all the <Speech_Male> time. <Speech_Male> And so yes, <Speech_Male> part of me was <Speech_Music_Male> smiling, but part of <Speech_Music_Male> me is like, <Speech_Male> we're seeing <Speech_Male> a transition in this <Speech_Music_Male> sport as far as how <Speech_Music_Male> drivers have to pass <Speech_Music_Male> each other. <SpeakerChange> It's completely <Speech_Music_Male> different than we've seen in the <Speech_Male> past. <Speech_Male> Yeah, <Speech_Male> it's a great part. <Speech_Male> Are you ready to get <Speech_Male> back in the booth and I'm like, <Speech_Music_Male> what was that? <Speech_Music_Male> And now <Speech_Male> we see it all the <Speech_Male> time. <Speech_Male> And so yes, <Speech_Male> part of me was <Speech_Music_Male> smiling, but part of <Speech_Music_Male> me is like, <Speech_Male> we're seeing <Speech_Male> a transition in this <Speech_Music_Male> sport as far as how <Speech_Music_Male> drivers have to pass <Speech_Music_Male> each other. <SpeakerChange> It's completely <Speech_Music_Male> different than we've seen in the <Speech_Male> past. <Speech_Male> Yeah, <Speech_Male> it's a great part. <Speech_Male> Are you ready to get <Speech_Male> back in the booth in Nashville? <Speech_Male> It's going to be <SpeakerChange> here before we <Speech_Male> know it. <Speech_Male> Yes, <Speech_Male> let's go. I'm <Speech_Male> ready to go. <Speech_Male> Race has been <SpeakerChange> fun. <Speech_Male> I'm <Speech_Male> really excited about getting <Speech_Male> back to it. It's been just a <Speech_Male> race. It's just been great to <Speech_Male> watch so much <Speech_Male> intensity and <Speech_Male> I <SpeakerChange> don't see why <Silence> that's going to stop. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Yeah. I agree. <Speech_Male> I feel like <Speech_Male> we should all go get cowboy <Speech_Male> boots together. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> We're still like a little <Speech_Male> team building. <Speech_Male> It's going to be awesome. <Speech_Male> Hey, Jeff, thanks <Speech_Male> for joining us. We can't <Speech_Male> wait to see you. <Speech_Male> When NASCAR <Speech_Male> returns to NBC <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Sunday, <Speech_Male> June 26th, <Speech_Male> mayor always <Speech_Male> a pleasure. <Speech_Male> Guys, we did it. <Speech_Male> We've had another great <Speech_Male> motor mouse. Big thanks to <Speech_Male> all the fans that called <Speech_Male> in. <SpeakerChange> We love <Speech_Male> it, can't get enough of <Speech_Music_Male> you. You enjoy it <Speech_Music_Male> again next week. Great. <Speech_Music_Male> Let's <Speech_Male> do it again. I mean, I won't be <Speech_Male> here. <Speech_Male> I'll be here. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Thanks for watching everybody. We will see you next time.

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"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"eric jones" Discussed on NASCAR America

"So Eric had made this move, and this is what Ross talked about when he said he had made the wrong move by going high a couple of times. I thought Ross was going to go with the 43 up high. He doesn't. He stays now behind Kyle Larson. So for these 6 up to this point now, this outside lane has been moving back and forth. In the past, we talked about the side draft and how big that was where you'd see the 43. The 24 William Byron was an amazing pusher. Because he could get to the bumper, we saw a couple of times at 43 start wiggling, but at this point, if you're Kyle Larson, you're thinking, okay, this run has been happening back and forth. They can't get near clear of me. So you feel good if you're Kyle Larson, but the 24 keeps pushing the 43 at this point now, Eric Jones has got to make a decision. Now I have the lead. Do I stay up here because this is what got me to lead or do I go to the low lane? He tries there. I thought that point. When he made that move, I thought, oh, that was the one chance. I don't think it's going to happen. Now Kyle starts thinking, am I going to start blocking this lane? This point, but watch William Byron. And now you can see actually there's more cars on the outside than the inside lane. That's what was needed. Compared to the past where you could get a few good cars on the outside, it'd make that outside move work. You needed more cars on the outside lane than the inside lane. So this point, the inside lane is still tied up, but you can see there. There's about 7 8 cars on the inside. There's about ten 11 on the outside. So the outside lane is still moving, but this point, Ross is pushing Kyle Larson, William Byron is stuck to Eric Jones. And they've been trying and trying and trying to get in front of the 5 and he can't make it happen, but here is where they finally do make it happen. I think it's what this run down the backstretch. And the way this happens is because the one kind of separates a little bit, Erik Jones drags back to the 24. That's how the 24 gets to the 43. They keep playing this game. At this point, nobody still making a movie, if you're Kyle Larson, you kind of want to be dragging the brake a little bit, keeping attached to the one car, but we see that little bit of gap now,.

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"eric jones" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"eric jones" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters

"All right let's suck. I bruce about eric. Jones is announced that he will be back with richard petty motorsports next year. We're going to get jim in a second. Oh i'll i'll say what do you think about this. I'm not going to steal gyms. Thunder warmed up for good liner Coming out of the break Eric jones hayes multiple nascar race winner solid enough driver. That's what that team needs at the moment. It's never going to be back to what it was the glory days of the king but it's still a viable operation and jones's won a couple of races in his career so seems to be a good idea to me. Were there other options out there for jim. Oh well there other options out there for I'm not sure to be honest with you. I mean there's some opening potential opening still out there Expanded twenty three eleven program Some uncertainty but. I don't think that's probably the best ride that was and not to mention well. And nothing against eric. Joe's it's it's a funny thing that's going on. It's been happening a lot lately. Is that when that first came out. Sunday morning i was at the track. I'm like when i saw this thing. That said eric jones had resigned with rpm. And i'm not. I just thought. I wrote a story this like a year ago that he had signed a multi year contract and i looked it up and and i even found the original press release even found the original story. Nascar dot com all of which said he had signed a multi. Year deal with richard petty motorsports when he agreed to go there a year ago. So i was like why are they. I don't get this. And so what happens. Is is nowadays. Which is much different than it used to be a lot of driver. Contracts are not really multi-year deals a lot of them have options. There are year deal with options but in but what was it. That was the case in eric situation. But in my opinion if you have a multi year deal where the where the team can dismiss you at the end of each season on. its own. then you don't really have a multi year deal to drive. You have like a deal if everybody agrees an agreement in principle. Yeah but i think that's probably a much more accurate term so in this case they both agreed that they wanted eric. Eric wanted to stay. It's probably as best option right now. And i think they've shown some improvement and also what the new car coming. They could be more more level playing field with everybody else next year. So i think it was the best move for eric. I i think he's in a good place I just was a little snarky this weekend. Over people always claiming to have multi year deals. And then you find out. They're resigning for next year. Yeah i can't believe ever been no never contrast that local tv. It was a three year contract for us but station. A series of your exactly exactly all right the other interesting story i found and i saw this on awful announcing and according to deadline there will be a new romantic comedy called clean air. Which will Produced film there's going to be produced with nascar. Alison rose greenburg. Who is a writer. On the tv series younger is going to write screenplay and bruce our read for you a synopsis of what this rom com is a movie. Not a tv series. It's a rom com. The film follows lila ambitious sports agent. Who loses her superstar clive before the start of the nascar season and decides to take a chance on a rebellious female dirt. Track racer seventeen year old piper fight with her career on the line. Lila's challenge getting piper nascar ready if is only one if she can also reform pipers reclusive. Father matthew kite former nascar champion. Who infamously walked away from the sport and hasn't been seen in four years. So piper's father went off the go fly. A kite is.

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NASCAR Bristol Dirt Cup Recap: Logano Wins

The Final Lap

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

NASCAR Bristol Dirt Cup Recap: Logano Wins

"Nascar cup series racing from bristol dirt it was dirty dusty and also thrilling. Let's run things down ten to one. These are the survivors. Let's be honest. Chase elliott eric jones ryan blaney with a mangled race. At number eight tyler. Rettig william byron. Ryan newman at number five daniels. Warez wa. What a car. He led fifty eight laps said after the race. He had no idea what he was doing. Out there for his best finish of the season denny hamlin his sixth top. Five the season and ricky stenhouse junior one of those so called dirt aces to victory lane. We've got seven different winners this season. Can you believe it joey. Logano is in the history books taking the win at the bristol. Dirt race of twenty twenty. One at team penske goes back to back. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series victory. And his first win of the season for the twenty two

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NASCAR Driver Erik Jones Recaps the Daytona 500

The Final Lap

01:26 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR Driver Erik Jones Recaps the Daytona 500

"Eric jones on drivers used call daytona season because there was just so much racing. Is that still the case. you know. we're definitely down there for a long time. They've they've changed it around a little bit to where you know this. This feed weeks is a little bit short. It's now speed we you know. We're kind of their from Want we have some time on the road towards and then obviously going back again this weekend so a lot of time in daytona and definitely the waiter seeing more kind of used kicking the season office being down there locks and a lot of time down there so glad. We got on the road courses past week and really looking forward to getting back to this weekend. Do you have any way of Taking notes from from the bush clash and applying it to this weekend. Yeah actually I think we really do. You know it's the same rules package we're able to learn quite a bit. I feel like Through the tools Not the dual clash That was my first time. Getting out there with richard petty motorsports and getting on track with them and actually turn and laugh. But i thought it was really valuable for us to be able to try to learn as much as we could attract like that. It's a place where the handling really matters and You can really work on your car and try to make it better and better. So i think we got a good day finds looking back at it I think we're gonna be able to improve on going forward so hopefully you know we're going to this weekend and you a bit better prepared. Everyone's dot com.

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2021 NASCAR Daytona 500 Recap

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 1 year ago

2021 NASCAR Daytona 500 Recap

"The twenty twenty one nascar daytona. Five hundred is in the books. Where on lap fifteen a massive wreck took out the pole sitter. Alex bowman while running. Second his teammate. William byron erico. Merola eric jones ryan newman ryan blaney. Martin tricks junior. Kurt busch and believe it or not many many others and then the lightning and rains came. We waited almost all day during the red flag. And when they came back to racing it was denny hamlin winning the first stage and later winning stage two as well all right now on the final lap. There was a massive fiery crash to the checkered flag to end the race when brackets laskey was pushed into his teammate and leader joey logano at the time. Let's run down the top ten and then we'll talk about the winner ten to one. Kyle larson coriolis joy jamie. Mcmurray ross chastain at number seven got ryan priests denny hamlin trying for his third daytona five hundred in a row. It was not to be finished. Fifth kevin harvick a former champion of this race austin dillon's same deal chase elliott searching for his first daytona five hundred win but he gets his best career five hundred finish at number two. To victory lane michael mcdowell fortieth driver to win the daytona five hundred for his first career. Win leading only the final lap of the race. Michael drives for not a mega super team. But a much smaller. Bob jenkins own front row motorsports eighth driver to get their first career. Win at the sport's biggest

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NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

The Final Lap

01:24 min | 1 year ago

NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona

"Today. We have racing on the racetrack from daytona. The bush clash goes down at that race track. And it's an infield road course. Oh my gosh excited. I could not be more. Does that make sense so who is eligible to race in this thing. How about twenty. Twenty busch pole award winners. There's only a handful because of covid passed busch clash winners who competed full-time last year. Daytona five hundred champions. Who competed fulltime in two thousand twenty. Former daytona five hundred busch pole winners who competed fulltime last year. And finally. let's run down this list. Twenty twenty cup series playoff drivers race winners and stage winners based on this criteria. Twenty-one drivers will race. Oh see if your favourite is on this list. Eric merola ryan blaney. Alex bowman chris buscher kurt. Busch kyle busch william byron cole. Custer matt benedetto. Austin dillon ty dillon. Chase elliott denny. Hamlin kevin harvick. Eric jones brad. Kazlauskiene joy lugano ryan. Newman tyler rettig ricky. Stenhouse junior and martin tricks junior rounds out that list okay. Format is going to be thirty five laps with one scheduled. Pitstop coming at lap fifteen. The racetrack is going to be three point. Six one miles in length on a road course that features fourteen turns and you could check out all the action all man so excited as previously mentioned seven. Pm eastern on f s one

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"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Eric Jones is our guest joining us right now he's the founder of Sidestep Eric. It's a pleasure to have you, brother. Thanks for having me so tell us again. What your company so sites applets fans Order concert merchandise before, during and after the show for VP pick up or delivery. So give me an example. Last time you said you got a DEL Beyond, say, Follow, boy, some of your guys clients. Using this app exactly. So if you're a fan of Beyonce, you conceal the merchants that she's selling. You can browse and buy whatever it is that you want to purchase. It's all the official Beyonce a tour merchandise when you order the merchant the weight if you have to show for easy pickup, So is this before, during and after just before endearing before, during And after s So we offer both pick up that show or if you can't make it or you're sick. You could have the item shipped home, So the old school model is You just show up. They have the merchandise at the venue. And then maybe the person has a website with the stuff on it. But you guys simplified this downwards, like download our appetite for free. Yes, Free. Okay, So, Donald, the opera free and pretty much just Yuria dominate the whole music industry. Is that your that your vision bowl? Yeah, We're doing a pretty good job of that right now with the artist that we're working with. And you know some of the biggest ones already. Yeah, yeah, it's it's really helpful having those artists but you know the core problem. Why it was inspired to start this Come It was the idea of having 20,000 people all in an arena. All the point of sale. All very excited. They're kind of there the whole night because they paid to be there, And I think if the experiences you have to walk up to a very, very long line, wait in that line with cash in hand. That's the reason why When I go to the shows, I never buy any because I actually which is rare, But I actually love the person on stage and I'm like, really like a big fan. Then I might feel compelled to buy some of their merchandise woman by for somebody I'm with is a gift or something I don't know. But, yeah, it's those lines that which is so sure. If I could just sit there on my phone on, you know, you guys that may be so much easier. Yeah, definitely. So it's It's really convenient for the fan, and I think if you have to walk up to a very long line, wait in that line get to the front. The item that you want, isn't there. I just There's something about it. They don't have it in a medium or large, great happens all the time. You and I think you know what side step. It's it's for the fan. It's all about convenience for the artist is why we're getting these Really great artists using sites. It's because we're the first company to actually capture real data on who's buying. What the show. So for the first time if Beyonce explain just 60,000 people at the Rose Bowl. We now know who's actually buying that merchandise if they order through side stuff, Okay, And that's something they can use to engage. Identifying you no further add value, So I mean, I know that with technology nowadays you guys contract and measure the analytics and data of each individual user when they bought everything like that. Put them into a pipeline where if that person buys another future ticket to Beyonce, there's different ways that you guys can re market to them. Exactly. Exactly. And data for us is very important where even with Ticketmaster access, taking two partners that we have your company's literally built on the foundation of data, Yeah, yeah, it Z when you have When you understand who's actually buying the merchandise at a show, in our opinion, and what we're seeing..

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"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Task I gave myself was to most many long as I can to pay for WrestleMania ticket That's that's like the standard off. You're still candy bars eliminated. We did everything. We even made him necklaces and sold those around the neighborhood. But I think what really Give me the courage to try, you know, entrepreneurship was supportive Parents. The school is always very important growing up, but I was more or less a problem. Trial didn't really like to go to classes much. I kind of drifted, often thought about other things I wanted to pursue whether be routing a fake tour that I wanted to do. One day. I just knew that the creative aspect of life was more exciting than it was doing the more conventional path. What's your advice for the entrepreneur who's out there or the aspiring entrepreneur? Maybe hasn't fully started yet. But they plan to cut the cord from the 95 go all in on their idea for a business. What's your advice? Maybe three traits that every beginning. Entrepreneur number one passion. You need to be passionate about whatever your building and who you're gonna be serving. That's first and foremost. Without that. I think it's it's gonna be hard to get started because passions the thing it's kind of like the fuel. It's going to keep you going because inevitably in entrepreneurship, Maybe you don't agree. But I feel like inevitably in entrepreneurship. You're going to get metaphorically punched in the face. You're gonna get knocked down. We call those failures, mistakes, adversity, obstacles. Those are inevitable and entrepreneurship. And I think passions the thing that keeps getting back up. It is. Yeah, I think that's a good channel is also toughness. I think you need to be very tough to be an entrepreneur. It's Really hard. I think that Z. Why not that many people want to do it. You have built a weather those storms and they're plenty of storms. Yeah, but toughness is definitely right up there as well. Don't think resilience, which is kind of parallel the toughness, But with resilience, you will get kicked down a lot and then kicked while you're down. But if you understand what the mission is of the company, if you know that you have if you have employees They wake up every day. It's a put time and energy and passion and heart into what the vision is, You know, Always you have investors. They believe in you to build something really great. So you need to have resilience because not only are people relying on you, but people believe and you that with the company and I think that's something to fight for. Well, you said investors. I want to know if you had to raise money. So don't tell me yet, but I love those three traits because I agree as an entrepreneur myself and being a young one like you. Those are three things that I feel like have allowed me to weather the storms and really get up and love what I'm doing every day with the passion part of it. But on top of that, what is something that you wish you could go back to your younger self? And share one piece of advice. You gave three great piece of advice for other individuals getting started. But for you, what was that one piece of advice you would share with yourself when you were starting in your first year? I think you know if you have The reason why I actually committed to doing besides, above all ideas. I was always that kid that had a bunch of ideas, and I would share these ideas too much my friends, but I slowly became the guy that had a lot of ideas but never pursued any On by one they thought of this metaphorical idea of you walked through like a cemetery. In all your ideas are the tombstones and how At a certain point you want to pursue that idea and really make the most out of it. So I think what I tell myself is to Take those chances even younger than I am today, because there's so many good ideas that could just pass you by and they'll just disappear and many which would love to do. One day s. I tell myself toe Take that leap of faith. If you really believe in the idea and not not just talk yourself out of something because it Xristo. It's challenging. Ladies and gentlemen, we'll be right back with Eric Jones to dive into your company. I'm mark lack on business rock stars connecting a community of entrepreneurs Join us on Facebook, Twitter and online business rock stars dot com. You shouldn't have to choose a random lawyer who charges expensive hourly rates when you need.

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"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Are inevitable and entrepreneurship. And I think passions. The thing that keeps you get back up. It is. Yeah, I think that's a good channel is also toughness. I think you need to be very tough to be an entrepreneur. It Z really hard. I think that Z. Why not that many people want to do it. You have to weather the storms, and there's plenty of storms. Yeah, but toughness is definitely right up there as well. Gonna think resilience, which is kind of peril of the toughness, But with resilience, you will get kicked down a lot and then kicked while you're down. But if you understand what the mission is of the company, if you know that you have, if you have employees, they wake up every day. It's a What time and energy and passionate heart into what the vision is, You know, Always you have investors. They believe in you to build something really great. So you need to have resilience because not only are people relying on you, but people believe and you they believe in the company and I think that's something to fight for. Well, you said investors. I want to know if you had to raise money. So don't tell me yet, but I love those three traits because I agree as an entrepreneur myself and being a young one like you. Those were three things that I feel like have allowed me to weather the storms and really get up and love what I'm doing every day. With the passion part of it. But on top of that, what is something that you wish you could go back to your younger self and share? One piece of advice? You gave three great piece of advice for other individuals getting started, But for you, what was that one piece of advice you would share with yourself when you were starting in your first year. I think, uh, you know, if you have a reason why I actually committed to doing sides, above all ideas, I was always that kid that had a bunch of ideas, and I would share these ideas too much. My friends, But I slowly became the guy that had a lot of ideas, but never pursued any on by one. They thought of this, uh, metaphorical idea of you walking through a cemetery in all your ideas are the tombstones And how at a certain point you wanna Pursue that idea and really make the most out of it. So I think what I tell myself is to take those chances even younger than I am today, because there's so many good ideas that could just pass you by and they'll just disappear and many which would love to do. One day s o. I tell myself toe Take that leap of faith. You know if you really believe in the idea, and not not just talk yourself out of something because it Xristo. It's challenging. Ladies and gentlemen, we'll be right back with Eric Jones to dive into your company. I'm mark lack on business rock stars connecting a community of entrepreneurs Join us on Facebook, Twitter and online business rock stars dot com. E Like a bed. That's really firm. I need something a little softer than that Rest. Easy to sleep number 3 60 smart Bet you could both be just your comfort if you sleep.

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"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Today. Joining us is Eric Jones, and he's the founder of Sidestepped Air. It's a pleasure to have you, brother. Thanks for having me so tell us. What is your company to sidestep so sidestep lets fans order concert merchandise before, during and after the show for VIPs, pickup or delivery. Okay? And give me a contextual example. So if you're a fan of Beyonce and you're going to a concert at Rose Bowl, you can see all the merch that she's gonna be selling before the show. So can you sit on your couch in the parking lot outside the venue? You can see all the merchandise available, browse and buy whatever you'd like. Choose to show you're going to. It'll be waiting for you when you get there. So how did you create the partnerships? Because I love the idea and it's genius. And I think, of course, Beyonce. We think it is well because it's an opportunity for her to make more money as well as the venue. But how do you establish those partnerships? Yes. So I started in the music industry before. Or sidestep, and I understood a lot about you know who the major players were like. The merge company is the management companies. So I had my own network that I built for myself and for the company, But it's really one too many strategy where you have one friend in the space will introduce you to all these are the merch companies and Once you have a couple of bigger artists using side step, they start following the leader, and I think you can you mentioned some of the people that you have on there. You see it? Yes. So, Adele Beyonce, which has been amazing. It wasn't just a made up example. That's a real one. Yeah, She's real s O Beyonce. Adele. Guns n roses. Selena Gomez. Fall out, boy, Hank in the disco. The focus for us is those top tier artist playing amphitheaters, arenas and stadiums. Okay, So you just mentioned some huge players in the game. What was it like getting the first one because I was feel like the heart. Nothing to do in a business is get your first big client your first big influencer or musician in this case. So what was it like in the first one Had Ugo is probably the easiest ones. I was lucky I I brought the idea of sidestep Tonto, the founder of the merch company called Man had merchandise. And he believed in it From the beginning, Andre said. I'll give you four months make the product. We can have it on the ball Boy tour, So it was kind of kind of fell into our lap in a way where I had the idea I wanted to build. Something to change merchandise and you know when you when you present follow boys, the guinea pig. It sounds more like a billboard, so we're really excited. That's amazing Brother. I congratulate you for that, because I know that it's not easy. And when you kind of stumble into success or trip into it, it's a bit amazing feeling because sometime entrepreneurship when you get started can be extremely difficult. Was this your first company? Yeah. First company first. So what did you do before this before? Sidestep? I It's before that. I was actually in a touring band. A T age of 18 we got signed out of high school was myself in a couple neighborhood. Friends doing Green Day covers started making their own music and Then photo finish. Atlantic Records picked us up, which was awesome toward the country. Japan Indonesia, Playing for a lot of people have song on radio and basically just did that for a good five years. That after that wanted to pursue that you're a young guy. So that was like a good portion of your young adult life. Yeah, Instead of going to college, I figured might as well play in a rock band s. It was an awesome experience. After that moved to New York to pursue business wanted toe Try the music industry works in publishing worked. An artist management had a couple of artist signed to a record record labels and then stumbled into merchandise. So you just kind of hinted at something. You didn't go to college, right? And you go to college. Okay? I did it about a year and a half online while it's touring, But after a while you're in half doesn't get your degree. Yeah, not quite there. But at a certain point when I was touring, I just I was kind of sick of study. Whatever else is having a good time and after the show, you want to socialize and you with a bunch of people, and I didn't really feel like going to the hotel room and do, uh, do homework. So so from being a touring rock star to becoming an entrepreneur and a college dropout, founder of Sidestep Eric Jones is joining us. We're here to inspire, inform and connect a community of entrepreneurs, a marked lack on business rock stars. I love the fact that you dropped out of call. And I say that in a great way, because I feel like you're gonna be one of those guys. Hopefully, your company gets acquired for a ton of money. If that's your exit strategy, and the people look at you is one of those young, successful guys who dropped out of college. I myself unfortunately did graduate college and wasted my time, energy and money doing that, but again, right? I don't want to be one of those guys that's complaining about an opportunity that most people would die for. I'm grateful and blessed to have had the opportunity and privilege to go to college. But for me personally, the second I graduated, I felt like the change will lose started my first business, so it sounds like we have a similar path in that sense that we were both kind of always going to become an entrepreneur. But did you feel like you always do that? Yeah. From early age. Somebody take me back to the beginning of me like a child, Are you that guy? Didn't was that guy? Yeah. Huge wrestling fan pro wrestling, So I remember the first And I guess entrepreneurial task I gave myself was to move as many long as I can to pay for WrestleMania ticket That's that's like the standard on your cell candy bars eliminated it. We did everything we ever made hemp necklaces and sold those around the neighborhood. But I think what really Give me the courage to try. You know, Entrepreneurship was supportive Parents, you know, school is always very important growing up, but I was more or less a problem. Trial didn't really like to Uh, go to classes much. I kind of drifted, often thought about other things I wanted to pursue whether be routing a fake tour that I wanted to do. One day. I just knew that the creative aspect of life was more exciting than it was doing the more conventional path. What's your advice for the entrepreneur who's out there? Or the aspiring entrepreneur who maybe hasn't fully started yet, But they plan to cut the cord from the 95 go all in on their idea for a business. What's your advice? Maybe three traits that every beginning. Entrepreneur needs to know, number one passion. You need to be passionate about whatever your building and who you're gonna be serving. That's first and foremost. Without that. I think it's it's gonna be hard to get started because passions the thing it's kind of like the fuel that's going to keep you going because inevitably, in entrepreneurship, Maybe you don't agree. But I feel like inevitably in entrepreneurship. You're going to get metaphorically punched in the face. You're gonna get knocked down. We call those failures, mistakes, adversity, obstacles. Those are inevitable and entrepreneurship. And I think passions the thing that keeps you get back up. It is. Yeah, I think that's a good channel is also toughness. I think you need to be very tough to be an entrepreneur. It Z really hard..

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"eric jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"eric jones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Eight rows deep. Kyle Busch involved a bunch of cars involved. Let's go back and re capping electric. Catch your breath for just a moment. Jason Toy, a number of drivers electing already come onto pit road. And among them number 18 Toyota Tryingto win for the first time this year, and I doubt it's gonna happen now. No, And I doubt he's a very happy person at the moment, either because Jason Toy Kyle Busch had a run going, but It had a block that went bad. Tyler Reddick got a great run down to the inside and immediately shot up to the outside to put the block on Kyle Busch that force Kyle Busch to get into the outside wall with that driver's right side. And then they just bunched up After that. Eric Jones was the first to get turned, and then it was a Malay. After that, coming off the corner, Ryan Newman took a heavy, hard hit on the back end. He's come to rest at the entrance of pit road safety crews air over there with him right now. But most of the drivers, with the exception of two cars have pulled away from this big went off before I could tell you this. There's ah, a lot of unhappy drivers that are climbing out erect race cars right now among them, Ryan Newman. He did get out of this car under his own power. He is fine, but he is not happy. I don't think Kyle Busch is going to be very happy. I think there's going to be a number of very unhappy race car drivers, not simply because of the fact that they're tourney up here near the end. But how it happened. Kyle Busch leading off the end of the super stretch, and Tyler Reddick busting out of line as they went into turn number three. They were and Tyler Reddick went from the bottom all the way up to try to put a block on Kyle Busch. And that squeezed Kyle into the wall. Eric Jones got a piece of it matter. Benedetto got some Jimmy Johnson and William Byron got through the crash unscathed. Keep in mind. Those three drivers matter. Benedetto, Jimmy Johnson, William Byron all fighting to try to be in the playoffs when the checkered flag finally flies tonight as part of that top 16 on the play off grid. The Benedetto may have gotten just a small amount of that when he went down off the banking onto the flat of the racetrack, But we'll have to check in a moment. See if there's any damage at all to any one of those three race cars. We sit currently under the red flag is cleanup takes place. Find your keys. Find your get up and go find the world is new again at Chevy. We want to take you there in a stylish.

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"eric jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"eric jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Eric Jones seventh. Eric Al Merola, up to eight. Joey Logano ninth and Ryan Blaney is 10th caution on the speedway for the second time. Today, consumers Energy is helping Michigan breathe a little easier with new clean energy goals, more renewable energy, a smaller environmental footprint and investing billions of dollars to improve Michigan's air quality. It's all a part of a cleaner energy future for our state. Learn more at M I clean energy dot com Consumers energy count on US The 1993 cups every season, had more than its fair share of twists and turns Aylor hard Mark. Mark had a problem here yesterday got together they learn he shouldn't have been messing with me in the first place. It's off script Morning and was he didn't wipe us out here. Stories you've never heard before. In a 10 part series, called The 1993 seasons comes over. That's what Mark said. He said he wouldn't help him. So Mark goes on to win four races in a row. After that, you can download it for free on iTunes and in marin dot com right now, boy. Vote today. Xfinity fastest lap of the race so far was run by Brad Keselowski. He turned a lap 186.466 miles per hour Expected. E Internet That's more than just fast expended e proud premier partner of NASCAR Pit Road remains closed for the moment from Michigan International Speedway. This is the motor racing network, the voice of NASCAR. You're listeningto. Stay live on 102.5 own. It's Jamie. Progressive number one number two employees leave a message up. Hey, Jamie, it's me, Jamie. This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your acapella group matte harmony, But you will bounce back. I mean, you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool. It.

"eric jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"eric jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Rest of our crew on shortly here is we get ready for what should be an exciting three hours of NASCAR Cup. Action mark several big stories going in here last year. I think all of us remember the great battle of Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin put on to close out. This race would come back in here again this year. And in your vernacular, those two have been trading body blows all season long. They certainly have Doug. Of course, Hamlet has been the victory Lane five times, Harvick four times. They swapped the first and second place positions at Pocono. They went head to head at Indy. Of course, Hamlin had the better of it blew the tire hit the wall. Harvick wins the race and, of course again a year ago here, what a last lap those two they were throwing haymakers at each other all the way down to the start finish. It was really good stuff, and we'll see if they can replicate that. This year we made mention and the open Very briefly seven races in the month of August. We've not had that many races since 1971. And if you are Jones and first NASA now is your time. Seven races in 27 days. We start here in New Hampshire next week, a doubleheader at Michigan. They go to Daytona the following weekend to run on the road course. Back to Dover, Delaware, for two races back to Daytona to end the NASCAR Cup series regular season on the Oval, So seven races from August 2nd, the August 20 nights of strap on, it's going to be a wild ride during the month of August. In mark as we get closer and closer to the cut off point for the regular season, the number of drivers eligible to compete for that championship get smaller and smaller. We've already I feel like that about 14 drivers that are just about Immortal locks with 10 of them are because they have won races. And then there's about four more drivers that I feel very comfortable about their points stand. Erica Merola is 134 points above the cut off line. Kyle Busch 120 Kurt Busch 119. Clint Boyer. Plus 42 a little bit, maybe if he right there, but then Mata Mata Detto is currently 13th. William Byron in the 14th position is on the bubble right now. He has just a 10 point edge over Tyler Reddick. 12 points below the cutoff line is Eric Jones, 18 points below the cutoff line. Jimmy Johnson, so basically dug, it looks like we have six drivers fighting for those final three positions with bubble Wallace down there minus 100.100 points. I think he's out of it, and it sounds like bubble. Wallace may have gotten a penalty today that's going to cost him 10 more points for some improperly mounted, balanced on that car and also coral joy. Those two cars, Doug now going to the back of the pack there, Prue Chiefs have have been suspect. Ended. They're also going to get a 10 point penalty. So again if things weren't bad enough in the point standings for bubble, Wallace, they just got a little worse. And by the way, congratulations to Kyle Petty and his wife, Morgan. They welcomed a baby girl to that world. Today's the Pettis of Plan keeps getting bigger and bigger down there. Congratulations, Kyle. It's great, All right, so that's wonderful news will be back with more stories here from New Hampshire. Right after this time out, you know that racing is not,.

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"eric jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"eric jones" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Eric Jones coming in as well. He's been struggling just a little bit with his race car as his joke. Racing teammates is gonna get a full round a track on the right side villain that Kevin Harvick's coming back it again during that last pit stop that he was in He had Packer taking out of the left front as they try to get that car handling. Better call. Custard would come in, and he got a full tank of Sunoco fuel while he was in here. We're in Kyle Busch's pit right now. He is reported that he may have a shot broken and we're going to check and see if we can confirm that at this point. Kyle started on the pole today by the luck of the draw and has fallen back in the mid pact. That 11th 15th position is basically is where he's been running all afternoon long. Brad Keselowski fourth stage win here in 2020. Also four stage wins for Alex Bowman. Enjoy Logano. Currently leading that, though Chase Elliott with five stage wins Mark I know we mentioned the All Star race coming up this Wednesday at Bristol Motor Speedway still think they have a few handful of tickets left if you want to look going in up there and then the following weekend. We're back down in Texas Motor Speedway for Xfinity and Cup. Siri's action at TMS and again, NASCAR has released the schedule at least through the 26th race of the season after Texas on the way back home. They'll go Thursday night in Kansas. Then we're going to be August 2nd in New Hampshire, followed by a double header August 8th and ninth at Michigan. Then the Daytona Road course in place of Watkins plan on the 16th of August, followed by a double header on the 26th and 2030 Dover and then we wrap up the regular season as planned on the oval at Daytona that coming up on August 29. Let's go, Brett McMillan! Well, I can't confirm that Kyle Busch has a crewman standing here in his pit.

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"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"eric jones" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Connected community of entrepreneurs I'm mark lack on business rockstars are yesterday joining us is Eric Jones and he's the founder of sidestep Eric to pleasure to have you brother thanks for having me so tell us what is your company decides that so sides of let's dance order concert merchandise before during and after the show for V. I. P. pick up or delivery okay and give me a contractual is apple so if you're a fan of Beyonce say you're going to a concert at Rose Bowl you can see all the merchants can be selling before the show you can see on your couch in the parking lot outside the venue you can see all the version is available browse and buy whatever you'd like she was sure going to be waiting for you when you get there so how did you create the partnerships because we love the idea and it's genius and I think of course Beyonce I would think it is well it is an opportunity for her to make more money as well as the venue but how do you establish those partnerships yeah so I started in the music industry before side stepping and I understood a lot about you know who the major players were like the merged companies the management company so I had my own network that I've built for myself and for the company but it's really one to many strategy where you have one friend in the space or DC to all these other merch companies and once you have a couple of bigger artists using side step they start following them the leader and I think yeah can you mention some of people that you have on there yes Adele Beyonce say which is been amazing it wasn't just a made up example that's a real one yes yes she's real and so be on say a dell guns and roses Selena Gomez all up boy tank at the disco the the focus for us is those top tier artists playing amphitheaters arenas and stadiums okay so you just mentioned some huge players in the game what was it like getting the first one because I was still like the hardest thing to do in the business is that your first big client your first big influencer or musician in this case so I was like in the first one I did a with the easiest ones really I was lucky I I brought the idea of side step to the founder of the merged company called man had merchandise and he believed in it from the beginning and said I'll give you four months make the product we can have it on the public tour so it was kind of it kind of fell into our lap in a way where I I had the idea I wanted to build something to change merchandise and you know when you when you present qualify as the Guinea pig it sounds like a Billboard so we're really excited that's amazing backing graduates for that because I know it's not easy when you kind of stumble into success our trip into it it's a big it's a mazing feeling because some of entrepreneurship when you get started can be extremely difficult was this your first company yes first company so what did you do before this before sidestep I've before that I was actually in a in a touring band at the age of eighteen we got signed out of high school was myself a couple neighborhood friends doing Green Day covers I started making her own music and then start to finish and land records picks up which is awesome toward the country Japan Indonesia playing for a lot of people has on the radio and they suggested that for a good five years then after that once pursued and your young guys and I was like a good portion of the light yeah young adult life yeah instead of going to college I figured might as well playing rock band so is an awesome experience after that I moved to New York to pursue business wanted to try the music industry I worked in publishing works in artist management had a couple artists signed to a record record labels and then stumbled into merchandise so you just kind of hinted at something you didn't go to college right and you go to college okay bye I did about a year and a half online while touring yeah but after a while you're having to get your degree yeah yeah so it's not quite there but at a certain point when I was touring I just had this kind of sick of standing whatever else have a good time and after the show going to socialize and be a bunch of people and yeah I don't really feel like going to the hotel room into do homework so so from being a touring rock star to becoming an entrepreneur and a college dropout founder of sidestep Jones joining us we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs I'm mark lack on business rockstars I love the fact that you dropped out of college and I say that in a great way because I feel like you're in one of those guys hopefully your company gets acquired for a ton of money if that's your exit strategy and if people look at you as one of those young successful guys who dropped out of college I myself unfortunately did graduate college and wasted my time energy and money doing that but again right I don't wanna be one of those guys is complaining about an opportunity that most people would die for I'm grateful I'm blessed to have had the opportunity and privilege to go to college but for me personally the second I graduated I thought the chains were loose started my first business sometimes we have a similar path in that sense that we were both kind of always going to become an entrepreneur but did you feel like you always do that yeah from an early age so my parents back to the beginning that I had a child or yeah I got I just was like I yeah I she was wrestling fan pro wrestling so I remembered the first that I guessed on several task I gave myself was denies me long as I can to for WrestleMania ticket that I think the standard initial candy bars eliminate it we did everything we ever made have necklaces and all those around the neighborhood but I think what really gave me the courage to try you know entrepreneurship was you know school is always very important growing up but I was more or less a problem child would really like to go to class as much I kind of drifted off and thought about other things I wanted to pursue whether be routing uptake toward that I wanted to do one day I just knew that the creative aspect of life is more exciting than it is doing the more conventional what's your advice for the entrepreneur who's out there or the aspiring entrepreneur who maybe hasn't fully started yet but they plan to cut the cord from the nine to five and go all in on their idea for a business what's your advice maybe three traits that every beginning entrepreneurs number one passion you need to be passion about whatever you're building and we're gonna be serving that's first and foremost about that I think it can be hard to get started because passion the thing it's kind of like the fuel that's gonna keep you on because an inevitably entrepreneurship and maybe you don't agree but I think inevitably not finish it you're gonna get metaphorically punched in the face you're gonna get locked down yes we call those failures mistakes adversity obstacles those are inevitable and entrepreneurship and I think passions the thing that keeps you get back up it is yeah and I think that's a good channel is also toughness I think need to be very tough to be an entrepreneur it's really hard I think that's that's why not that many people want to do it you know weather those storms and there's plenty of storms and but something is definitely right up there as well and I think resilience which is kind of peril the toughness but with resilience you will get kicked down a lot and then kick while you're down but if you understand what their mission is of the companies you know that you have of them please they wake up every day to put time and energy and passion and heart into what the vision is you know always have investors state believing you to build something really great so you need to have resilience because not only are people relying on you but people believe and youth within the company and I think that's something to fight for what you said investors I want to know if you had to raise money so don't tell me yet but I love those three traits because I agree as an entrepreneur myself and being a young one like you those are three things that I feel like have allowed me to weather the storms and really get up and love what I'm doing everything with the passion part of it but on top of that what is something that you wish you can go back to your younger self and share one piece of advice you gave three great piece of advice for other individuals getting started but for you what was that one piece of advice you would share with yourself when you were starting your first year I think you know if you have the reason why I actually committed to doing sizeable ideas I was always that kid that had a bunch of ideas and share these ideas to match my friends on the night of the became the guy that had a lot of ideas but never pursued any and I won they thought of this metaphorical idea you walk through like at a cemetery in all your ideas are the tombstones and how and at a certain point you want to pursue that idea and really make the most out of it so I think what I tell myself is to take those chances even younger than than I am today because there's so many good ideas that can just pass you by no justice here and many of which would love to do one day I tell myself to take that leap of faith you know if you really believe in the idea not not just talking self out of something because it's it's it's restaurants challenging back with Aaron Jones to dive in your company I'm mark lack on business rockstars connecting a community of entrepreneurs join us on Facebook Twitter and online.

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Erik Jones wins crash-fest at Daytona to open NASCAR season

NASCAR Live

03:29 min | 2 years ago

Erik Jones wins crash-fest at Daytona to open NASCAR season

"There has been one race though already under the NASCAR banner during Daytona speed weeks one by Eric. Jones joins US right now here at the table they five hundred meteoric welcome welcome aboard. Yeah thanks for me. I guess that was really something last weekend. Have you have you quite still getting your head wrapped around everything that happened and how it ended up when it was all over and done I? I don't know that we've ever seen somebody crashed three times and and have a blown pit. Stop in seventy-five absence still recover from it. No I I don't think we have. I definitely never been a part of that but it was cool. I mean looking back on it. You know what a Neat Story. I mean to tell a wild race. Not One that I thought you know halfway through we were going to have shot down lap and getting back and lead lap and I think our first restart back on the lead. Lap was green white. Checker me run about twelve th and then we're able to come back and win it wild race but definitely cool. I mean anytime you can win races to Daytonas neat and especially the week before the five hundred smooth good momentum forward spinning out what what comes next. What's the approach for Thursday and the and the dual hopefully Thursdays step in the other direction? Lot Calmer I'd love to win it but maybe in a different fashion so you know it's definitely a different race a lot more reserved race. I'm sure with some of the guys who are in the clash and just in general people want to keep their five hundred cars in the race. Sunday. You WANNA run hard. You want to get the best starting spot you can you all start fronting the Daytona five hundred and you don't want to give up those states points either that there are available in the race so a fine balance right you wanna push and you WANNA learn run hard but you gotTa keep your car in one piece too. So it's going to be an interesting balance but I think we can you know hopefully run up front and stop the tweeted a meme on Sunday night from days of thunder? Remember me feel like the forgotten one? I mean what was the kind of the story behind that means we. My Buddy was laughing. He's sent that to me when that was. When Cole trickle wrecked about times I thinking that race and came back and was was waving to the Rowdy Burns whose leading so we're just laughing about it. Nothing more than that. We just thought it was funny from the movie so a year ago went to victory lane as part of a nineteen win season for Joe Gibbs racing it. I don't think anybody would have bet that one organization could have won nineteen times in a single year. Probably nobody would bet on on the ability to do it again this year but I don't know that anybody would bet against it either because this race team has not sat back on. Its laurels during the off season. You've been working hard to get better still. I think that's the big thing with Jj sometimes when you get out front you worry about being complacent and and I don't think Jr's really fell into that trap. Before they're they're never once it really sit on their hands and say. Oh you know we've got good cars. Why do we need to keep working on them? The develops constant different. This year. With the PARTRY's we've got going on but you can still work on some stuff on the on the other side from. Aero and everything else so there's still development going on maybe not the same as we've always had but you know I think we've got great cars. I mean a parts freeze but for a good year for US coming off a last year so same cars and you know hopefully just as much success. Well we won't know until obviously season gets going here but I think we all feel good about having an opportunity to have really similar season. Wish you the best of luck on Thursday. Congratulations again on on your success. In the busch clash and have a great ride on Sunday. Appreciate it Eric. Jones dwelt Toyota out of the Joe Gibbs racing

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What Podcast Newsletters Should I Subscribe To?

Feedback with EarBuds

09:33 min | 2 years ago

What Podcast Newsletters Should I Subscribe To?

"There are tons of podcasts. Newsletters out there. Some are monthly summer weekly and some are even daily since ear. Buds podcast collective was initially a newsletter. The podcast newsletter. Seen is near and dear to my heart. I become friends on and off the Internet with other newsletter writers over the past years and I wanted to give them a chance to share what they're up to some of the newsletters you'll learn about our recommendation. Roundups others are podcast industry info engines and some are a combination of both. You'll hear from these writers in their own words. All about the. Why the how the WHO you get it? All about their newsletters. I asked them to share who they are the names of their newsletters where to find them a bit more so without further. Ado Let me hand the the mic over to my podcast newsletter writer friends. Let's do this. Hi This is Sarah from the audible. Feast appetizer mine. Newsletter comes out monthly in it features the best podcast episodes. I've heard all month links to my listening logs. Right track everything. Listen to and some editorial content about stuff going on and podcast land. I especially like to feature indie shows. You can subscribe to it at audible DOT COM I. I started my website and newsletter. Back in two thousand fifteen because there weren't a lot of review sites at the time and I wanted to create a resource that went much deeper than the popular stuff on it used to be the I tunes charts. Hey ear buds fans. This is Paul Condo and I write the podcast Gumbo newsletter which recommends three main podcast podcast episodes plus a little more every Wednesday. My mom calls snarky fun and self deprecating all the recommendations are episodes. Says I love for one reason or another which is why started this newsletter. I wanted to share all the great shows that I was listening to that may be the average listener. I wasn't aware of. You can sign up at PODCAST GUMBO DOT COM which also gets you a copy of my rather large e book of recommendations and lastly don't let anybody tell you that I don't love puppies. Hey everyone my name is Jenna Spinelli and I. I am the creator of a newsletter called the University of podcast it's a newsletter that looks specifically at the role of podcasting in higher education. I I work at Penn State University where I host and produce a podcast called democracy works and I started the newsletter because I was seeing lots of great examples. Also podcasts in Higher Ed also having people reach out to me ask questions about how to get started or how to shape their show how to find an audience it's the newsletter shares. Tips Resources Best Practices an awesome examples of some really great podcasts that are being produced by colleges and universities abuse throughout the US and around the world you can find it at Jena Spinelli Dot com slash newsletter. That's J. E. N. N. A. S. appea- I N. E. L. L. E. dot com slash newsletter. Thank you to Arielle and air buds for including me in this episode and I look forward to hearing about all the other great podcast newsletters out there. Thanks Hi my name. Is Eric Jones and I write the hurt your brain newsletter. You can find past issues and sign up hurt. Your brain dot com the types of shows that I talk about and recommend in the newsletter are largely non fiction by love learning from podcast. It's one of of The best ways for me to learn about the world so anything that makes me think Ortiz's me something new. I like to share with other people. So that's really how it started was us taking taking notes as listening to these shows anyway and this was a way for me to to share that with others so in addition to the recommendations each newsletter as a bonus of sorts includes a podcast related drawing as well. So thank you and please check it out. My name is an NFL on this collins. 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"eric jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"eric jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That was Eric Jones in our system Rodriguez the California department of public health says there have been at least ninety eight potential cases of acute lung disease among people with the recent history of vaping and there have been two reported deaths in California one in Los Angeles county and one in to Larry county UC San Diego's doctor lar Crowdy Alexander studies the effects of vaping on the lungs she says hundreds of unknown chemicals could be invade cartridges none of the chemicals there including in their electorates have ever that tested for safety they don't have animals and hail there're chemicals that they're using to make sure that they're not toxic they just put these chemical the solution and sell them doctor Alexander says a common denominator in the cases are vague carts with a mixture of nicotine and T. H. C. but she says the toxicology is still being done or what's causing the long disease let's turn to matters of justice the riverside county district attorney announced Wednesday that a grand jury has declined to indict an off duty LAPD officer who shot it intellectually disabled man and have and when empire cosco in June from KBC are in Stamford and you know Benjamin perper reports the shooting occurred in corona at city an hour and a half from Los Angeles riverside county district attorney my cash and said that Kenneth French assaulted Salvador Sanchez who was holding his infant son in his arms the off duty LAPD officer fired ten rounds killing French and seriously wounding his parents all inside the Costco store the corona police department and the riverside DA's office investigated the incident and presented the case to a criminal grand jury it decided not to indict Sanchez based upon the evidence the A. has been said he wanted the case to be examined by the grand jury to get public input on when deadly force can be used I think that the community should weigh in and should have a say in in setting these kinds of standards Hester declined to file charges saying you consider the process to be fair they'll believe all the French family attorney said in a statement that he plans to file if. civil rights lawsuit in the near future in a statement the LAPD said that its investigation into the incident is ongoing officer Sanchez is currently on paid administrative leave for the California report im Benjamin perper and finally let in by celebrating some very smart Californians the macarthur foundation has announced its two thousand and nineteen fellows the price is known as the genius grants honoring people for their groundbreaking work in a variety of fields three people from California are in this year's group of twenty six fellows they are soo Java but Liga and Oakland attorney who works to prevent prison recidivism among people of color also from Oakland Walter hood a landscape artist who creates ecologically sustainable urban spaces and in Los Angeles Kelly little Hernandez and UCLA.

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"eric jones" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

12:03 min | 3 years ago

"eric jones" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Org slash aphids. Podcasts. Everyone. Welcome back to the racing riders podcast. I'm your host Kelly Crandall and our guest today is Eric Jones, the Jogos racing driver of the number twenty Toyota. This is a really unique and fun conversation. And I'm not going to say too much about it because I want to get to the podcast as quickly as possible. These scene is set very early on in the podcast, the conversation that Eric and I have, so I'm going to leave that to the podcast. So what I do want to say is.

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"eric jones" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"eric jones" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"I'm more grabbing the Lakers looked at several candidates. And now have a new head coach Frank Volvo signing three year deal with the Lakers in agrees to have facing kid as top assistant. That's the move that killed the deal with the Lakers. And Tyron Lou the NBA playoffs continuing later today. Game seven of the west Portland. Denver Paul Millsap. Denver expects nothing to come easy against the blazers aspect to be all game seven alive. Expected to be pretty. Flare here and there. The most team. Coverage of the blazes nuggets beginning three pm eastern here at ESPN radio. Ed ABC television game one of the Western Conference finals in the Stanley Cup goes to San Jose six three over Saint Louis. Gained two of the east from Boston set Sunday afternoon. Threes. The Bruins with a one game lead on Caroline from major league baseball and Saturday Mets over the Marlins or was raves beat the Diamondbacks. Six four rays of the Yankees seven to two as the Rangers limb. Foreign it's the national team the dodgers in LA the two NASCAR race Kansas City the site on Saturday night branches Lasky to get an overtime victory over Alex Bowman Eric Jones comes in third and Mark every as the lead which went seven holes remaining at the Byron Nelson. Classic rain. Cut.

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The Latest: Keselowski wins Cup Series race at Kansas

America's Truckin' Network

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

The Latest: Keselowski wins Cup Series race at Kansas

"Out of erica's truck network. Brad Keselowski passing Alex seven to go in regulation and went on to win and overtime the digital ally. Four hundred NASCAR Cup series race held Saturday night at Kansas speedway. It's a third win of the season for the second Kansas. Alex Bowman winds up second third race in a row. Eric jones. Chase Elliott and Clint Boyer rounded out the top five Jimmy Johnson. Kurt busch. Kyle Larson Tyler Rettig and Chris butcher rounded out the top

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Podcasters win at the APAs in London; and the WaPo's new daily podcast

podnews

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Podcasters win at the APAs in London; and the WaPo's new daily podcast

"The winners were revealed in the audio production awards in London late last week podcast winners included gold for Jesse ware. The presenter of table manners. A muddy knees media won bronze in the sports producer category for that totally football show. We linked to a full list of the winners at pod news dot net. Meanwhile in Spain the on this award for best podcast has been given to Pablo Romero for the three deaths of my father and investigative podcast into the terrorist. Murder of his father, the Washington Post has confirmed the launch date for its new podcast post reports it launch on December third Digitel us. It's the first multi part podcast from the newspaper, and we'll be about twenty minutes long being published for five pm every weekday poker. His sluggishly growing in Singapore report Asia radio today, and they interview one person who says as a small country geographically, we don't. Drive or commute for very long. I'll be in Singapore on Wednesday evening, a co host and co producer of ear hustle. Ilan? Woods has had his sentence commuted. And will soon be released on parole. One reason given the podcast he works on through his podcast. He has shed meaningful stories from those in prison says the governor he'll continue working on the podcast on the outside. Eric Jones is interviewed the team behind WNYC's undiscovered podcast. And if you've ever wondered where else to add your podcast apart from apple podcasts, we've got a list for you, and we even linked directly to the submission pages.

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Scott Dixon adds 5th IndyCar championship to resume

America's Truckin' Network

00:21 sec | 4 years ago

Scott Dixon adds 5th IndyCar championship to resume

"Scott Dixon concluded and outstanding season marked by uncanny consistency and a better wlac when he needed it capturing his fifth career Indy-Car series championships Sunday in the season, ending grand Prius, Anoma Dixon, wound up second in the race. But becomes only the second driver to capture five Indy-Car. Championships. And the first to do it in fifty one

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ESPN, Tom Rinaldi and Christine Lisi discussed on Fantasy Frenzy

Fantasy Frenzy

00:13 sec | 4 years ago

ESPN, Tom Rinaldi and Christine Lisi discussed on Fantasy Frenzy

"State football coach urban Meyer in an exclusive interview with ESPN's Tom Rinaldi said it breaks his heart to hear that. He was trying to help former assistant coach Zac Smith not dismissed the domestic violence allegations made by his ex wife didn't catch

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What is short wave? A rumored new audio app from Google.

podnews

01:39 min | 4 years ago

What is short wave? A rumored new audio app from Google.

"In the latest news what is short wave? It's a rumored new audio app from Google. Well, we still don't know for sure, but today we know what it looked like a while ago. It's a product space to on short pieces of snack. -able audio content. You'll find mockups on pod news dot net. Also some research which is more emotionally engaging audio books or films. Audible in Germany shed a study from University College London. You'll never believe the result, what he might turn a podcast network shows including brands like CNN Cartoon Network, and Bleacher report now available on Spotify PR x. also announced there quarter three, twenty eighteen preview inside jaws is profound by mandatory today. Meanwhile, Burgum stead revisited is the subject of a piece in the Irish Times pod Bain. Congratulations to them. They've been recognized with the first Latin podcast, global diversity award, Jovem pan the largest commercial radio network. Brazil jump shore of pronounced incorrectly has selected TRITON digital and Omni studio for podcast distribution and monetization and emails credited as the co, creator of the daily and caliphate is interviewed about how he got started in podcasting, and where can you go to discover new podcasts? Eric Jones has a great big list at the i. AB podcast upfront event in New York. Yesterday, there were lots and lots of announcements from Westwood One NPR mid row, wondering and WNYC studios who linked to all of those and a ton of new podcasts, including one from Jonathan Ross at pod news, dot net.

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Chris Collins, Chris Johnson and NTSB discussed on On the Road with Dane Neal

On the Road with Dane Neal

00:15 sec | 4 years ago

Chris Collins, Chris Johnson and NTSB discussed on On the Road with Dane Neal

"Enough about the startup showcase, it's been great listener, great? Listening hopefully you had a good time listening folks, you can get more and listen to us drone on more technology dot com check out. The new website give us some feedback technology on all things social media you can check. Out me at catoon what else, do we

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Parker, Tim Mcmahon and Belgium discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Parker, Tim Mcmahon and Belgium discussed on 24 Hour News

"Free agent jabari parker espn's adrian warzone out ski reports if the two year forty million dollar contract parker leaves the bucks after four seasons espn's tim mcmahon reports the mavericks are close to a deal to resigned guard yogi ferrell at the world cup today belgium beats england to nothing in the third place game third is the best ever finish for belgium at the world cup france and croatia for the championship tomorrow nascar racing tonight at kentucky martin through junior on the poll last week's winner eric jones also on the front row manny pacquiao in lucas matisse say battled for the wb welterweight title.

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Kevin Harvick passes Martin Truex Jr. with one lap to go for NASCAR Cup Series win at Kansas

America's Truckin' Network

01:32 min | 4 years ago

Kevin Harvick passes Martin Truex Jr. with one lap to go for NASCAR Cup Series win at Kansas

"Trucking network kevin harvick has martin to ex junior coming to the white flag saturday night to win the kc masterpiece four hundred at kansas speedway and nascar monster energy cup series action he started sixth on the last restart and then went right to the front for harvick it was his fifth win in twelve races this year forty second career victory and second in a row and he also wins from the poll martin through xjunior wound up second joey logano third kyle larson fourth and he was fifth rounding out the top ten in kansas and ask our action saturday night where paul menard eric jones kurt busch eric merola and kyle busch willpower etched his name further into the indycar grand prix record books while extending the legacy of team owner roger penske in indycar history on saturday power weather verizon indycar series race on the indianapolis motor speedway road course for the second straight year the third time overall each victory coming from the pole position powers triumph by two point two seconds over scott dixon also marked the indycar win number two hundred for team penske power lead fifty six of the eighty five laps on the day for his thirty third career victory rookie robert wickens wound up third sebastian board a fourth of alexander rossi fifth other notables on saturday included james hinchcliffe seventh grade ray whole ninth and joseph new garden eleven lewis hamilton is the pole position for sunday's formula one spanish drawn pre val terry boathouse will start second and f one action this is.

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NASCAR - 2018 Kevin Harvick wins Phoenix ISM Raceway third straight Cup series race sends a message to 'all you haters'

America's Truckin' Network

01:57 min | 4 years ago

NASCAR - 2018 Kevin Harvick wins Phoenix ISM Raceway third straight Cup series race sends a message to 'all you haters'

"Kevin harvick grace to his third straight nascar cup series victory on sunday holding off kyle busch whereas record extending ninth career win at ism brace we in phoenix coming off victories at atlanta in las vegas harvard got in front of bush on the last series of pitstops on the mileoval harvick took the lead for good with twenty two laps to go the winner on egmore and radio yeah definitely was a it was a battle today a lot of fundraising with with kyle and danny and chase therefore the way in an in our car just kept getting better look like kyle started to get loose out the corner the nine was definitely to lose as we got towards the end of the race kyle busch wild up second through much of the race today i actually thought we had a chance to outrace a and beat them you know there with the eleven when the eleven was kind of holding up the four i had an opportunity to get to his outside and make a threeway battle for the lead and take the lead before he get before the forgot clear of traffic in you know wants to four gets clear traffic and he's in his own air there's there's heartbeat that guy chase elliott denny hambledon polesitter martin treu ex junior rounded out the top five sunday in nascar race in phoenix the rest of the top ten included clint bowyer aragon merola daniel swore as eric jones and kurt busch also sunday sebastian board a one of the variety indycar series season opener the firestone grand prix of saint petersburg a victory handed to him when alexander rossi and rookie robber wickens crash with two laps to go or day running third takes over the lead when onto the win talked about it on abc tv is one is emotional messages went to overcome a few bumps in roles than of all fire and if you broken bones to come back in this victory circle and couldn't be any happier for the whole a del cohen racing bassar sullivan and nco master and and everybody on board an older boys and mean that they work so hard it's it's a tiny group you know the oregon entails often who didn't enough the fastest car today but with consistency and which is you know we pulled it together we're going to get.

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