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"ericson" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"Have to worry that this money is going to disappear next month because i'm doing a great job for this client and they're awesome bit coal and so how did you get your first clients for doing this. Management was it. Just people you you arrange emails. Just pitch them on it. Or how did that come about. Yes so it was. Actually i think i got my first one before raven. I wasn't even sure. What was management was is. I started in facebook ads like that was the very first thing i took this course. From a guy named grant cooper he had an agency called social vantage. I think he's doing well now in something else. for gyms but he taught me so much and then on upwork and got my first few clients probably like many people cure. And eventually i found greg when first mentors and we kinda shared this big project together Guarantee was a part of it they had like. Nfl sponsors was called burbach still male burgers to you is like a meal kit but it was unhealthy. I'm so like ice. Started running ads for that. And i showed them funnels. They'd never seen it. It was like kinda doing okay and that it failed and then i was like comments. Can stocks are lost. One of my clients Like hey i want to start this other project Hustle island reach people the basics of entrepreneurship and that thing took off right away. We did like a free shipping. Offer with a t shirt that said hustle on it. It was like made up of a bunch of smaller words. Persistence grid hard work. enemy built up his email. List of one hundred forty seven thousand people And it was after a year.

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

02:40 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

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"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"Try modifying the subject line. Something very vanilla like the word test. Even nc of that works he can try modifying the link tax if that works then after that kind of has the rest of the email like you can do it. It just takes thirty to sixty minutes per email depending on your domain reputation But then i found another way essentially. It's adding one thing to the email that google wants to see. I used to call code. But i'm reworking does not really code anymore. The word sketches people out So it's completely compliant and all you're doing is adding one thing to the email and it's completed relevant to your business and i basically create that custom black four people and then they just have to pace it into the bottom of their email and i'll go to the primary job over ninety ob generally so i cut it up And there's nothing that google can really do to stop it because it's completely completely. There's nothing it's not like old school like seo tricks and things that people use but it that It's really really interesting and If anybody wants about that that email medic dot com. What's the fast way of the promos tab and again open ads in the promos tab through my clients. They're like four eighty thousand to two hundred fifty thousand list size of generally seven to thirteen percent when they make the primary tout their about eighteen to twenty nine so some cases people literally double their opener. It's revenue so if you're gonna prompt tab you're literally like just donating money to google burning whatever you don't need to be. We don't need to be done anymore. My google but we'll definitely have all your contact information and all the the links that you're talking about in the show notes everybody listening you can just go to the show notes and You can reach out directly to troy or go to his web citing and get all that information. But i know that a lot you know time is money and obviously if you're out And there's no harm you know wherever you're at in life or your business. It's like if you if you have no money like i've been there Year one of the business seventeen thousand dollars. I didn't have five hundred bucks to give somebody so You know at least choice giving us a roadmap of steps that you can take you know..

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"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"Who also is a person who has a family who has this. Who has that so you have to keep that in mind. So thank you thank you for indulging me in that dot conversation. That's cool is that I feel like it's very simple. Like if you start sending out emails and you come to find out that like people are engaging the way you thought they would and even just on him another reply. Email like hey. What's your number one question about payment processing for payment processors or whatever might be and it was an answers will tell you what they want to hear about and then you just write your future emails based on what they told the. Oh because then you know for a fact what they want to hear because asked them. It's no different than having conversation five. I have no idea what to talk to you about maria. I'm just going to ask you. I hit when he won't talk about. We'll talk about and usually people don't respond. it's either they don't understand what they're getting into or they can't trust us slash relate to you. It's one of those things right there So if you're not hitting nail on the head you just ask them a question relevant to your business and hopefully you'll get some replies that'll tell you what's talking we're getting into this whole to be. We could talk about this forever. I do have some some pressing questions here at burning questions and one of them is because we talked about deliverability rates. But we i wanna like really dig in to like troy's tips on getting out of the promos tab specifically getting out of spam like what are like tried tested and true. This isn't going to help you get from twelve percent to eighteen percent open rates so Kind of a fifty thousand foot view. Let's say worst case scenario urine. Snap and there's a lot of complication to this on a technical level. That if you have a big problem just ask me..

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"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

04:18 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"K- i kind of want to start my list and send emails about email At first like and maybe some of this is more like qualitative in I'll get more tactical stuff here in a second but the first thing is like hey is completely get have list because at first i was like having super imposter syndrome. Like i'm a kid and there's people so like hundreds of millions of dollars worth of stuff and not so much and should i start one Yes you should because it turns into something amazing. You can't possibly start going down that amazing path until you actually sent an email so just do it Now for anybody who's got more of like a a product and they're like not having any mental blocks around being the coach or whatnot. The first thing is just opened up in esp. So i like active campaign. You're doing econ do cloudy Just open it up and start out with your most basic automations right so like what kind of email are you going to send this. Somebody when they buy something. What kind of email. You're going to send to somebody. When they abandoned car and just get the basics. Bilbao like don't stress over the superfine nitty gritty details. Just get started. Get something in there Then the next most important thing which got it applies no matter what your business is is just honestly pester some of your friends so you have somebody to write to Because that's what keeps you motivated to righty and gets you actual fy back. When you're sending to a real human instead of dislike practice writing on sell so pesters friends I did a lot of that at the beginning back when like hardly anybody you who i was and It was of funny but a lot of those people are still on there now and we chat about it. Sometimes i do i once but Yeah just jetsam practice writing and then at that point it kind of just goes into general market principles right so like how..

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"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

05:50 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"A lot of the functionality of the other two that i just mentioned that i would say those three are okay and find the software impacts deliverability. It's not quite. I mean with the exception of male chip right like none of us like shits on milk. They're like except for village milton. So that's why i'm asking that question. Yeah the reason for that is simply because now jim has a lot of people on it for free In generally if you're doing this free in your brand new. You don't know what you're doing so you can actually like wreck your own deliverability and the deliverability of everybody on that same. Ip address So that can create some issues and you spend more often tambour often stuff like that. But in general I never wanna use the esp. As a as a crutch leon say it's therefore My friend yang listen ask. He actually had a really funny analogy when times are changing his keys and expecting different results as much. Like changing gyms expecting different results goodling as Yea at the end of the day it's more about you're listening In not sending people who haven't opened in a long time and just staying out of span staying out of the promo tab writing good e mails that get opens because at the end of the day. It's like all google in all the boxes. Look at like how many people open your nuts. Like what if it's fifteen percent or higher. You're probably going to be But if they see people aren't being bells they're gonna assume that people don't wanna read your emails that they put the spam so people won't be bugged by your nets okay so now talking about you know people opening your emails and you see you mentioned g mail. You know g mail. Yahoo hotmail i. Guess are the biggest. Do find that a certain email Let's say you send it to g mail it will get x. amount open rates and whereas yahoo would get lower higher league. You find a different ones. Different services give different results as it usually pretty standard sure so it's really really difficult to get into hop ale outlook boxes these days. Yahoo is not bad and then g mail zona mobile care about recently as like forty. Three percent of people are on g mail which is now and that's not just g dot com. That's all the people custom. Domains like my domain paramedic dot com. Actually all the domains advert on g. Suite so that counts but yeah it's super super important and g zone..

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"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

03:36 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"And like obviously there's value in the email copy but finding an email copywriters a lot easier than finding somebody who can create all my automations understand my business process and really hone in on how everything works in the back end so I says like your year place. It's sometimes sometimes business owners only look at it way like. I don't know how to do this. I need somebody who can save me. Time indistinct us off my plate. But i wanna point out that when you have somebody managing your list for you. They don't just set it up. They actually find a lot of missing out on so for example in my favorite things to do is to go into automations touch them up. So very simple example would be Somebody hasn't abandoned cart. Email while i make it abandon car emails so like instead of one or two turns into three to five or in some cases like seven if they go into a particular series. We'll have browse abandons. Some people don't have like some kind of re engagement strategy. Some people don't have tracking set up to know when people are engaged How they should be using list hygiene properly on another thing too is any time for one of my clients any time somebody to a certain products for offer or calendar for the first time and they don't book or take action that we want them to take they get a follow up email about it answers a lot of their objections. So all these ways to like find money on your list literally just hatching holes with emails And that's where the strategy comes into play where you have. Somebody really intelligent engine. And they're literally finding money for you All the time and these emails once assembled their automated. So you know that you're not missing out on anything when you've got somebody mart manager west. Yeah i mean the the thing is with email list management is. You don't know what you don't know. That's how i see it. Is that once you get somebody to do it. And you start seeing the value hard for people to qualify paying somebody to send a couple of emails..

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"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

02:13 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"Sometimes business owners only look at it way like. I don't know how to do this. I need somebody who can save me. Time indistinct us off my plate. But i wanna point out that when you have somebody managing your list for you. They don't just set it up. They actually find a lot of missing out on so for example in my favorite things to do is to go into automations touch them up. So very simple example would be Somebody hasn't abandoned cart. Email while i make it abandon car emails so like instead of one or two turns into three to five or in some cases like seven if they go into a particular series. We'll have browse abandons. Some people don't have like some kind of re engagement strategy. Some people don't have tracking set up to know when people are engaged How they should be using list hygiene properly on another thing too is any time for one of my clients any time somebody to a certain products for offer or calendar for the first time and they don't book or take action that we want them to take they get a follow up email about it answers a lot of their objections. So all these ways to like find money on your list literally just hatching holes with emails And that's where the strategy comes into play where you have. Somebody really intelligent engine. And they're literally finding money for you All the time and these emails once assembled their automated. So you know that you're not missing out on anything when you've got somebody mart manager west. Yeah i mean the the thing is with email list management is. You don't know what you don't know. That's how i see it. Is that once you get somebody to do it. And you start seeing the value hard for people to qualify paying somebody to send a couple of emails. But then like i said as for me is after i got into. It was like holy shit. This is insane. This is intense stuff like whereas i i before i got into it. It was like oh yeah. I'll just throw a couple emails and that'll be it so i do see. I definitely agree with. There's so much value there and there's so many things that you can do and how to communicate with people and how to make things work better at least for me we've we've Automated one process of one part of the business. And it's taken away like so much just like back and forth work Just because it's all getting done automatically and people are

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The Email Paramedic: Reviving Dead Subscribers with Troy Ericson

Uncensored Direct Marketing

02:13 min | 8 months ago

The Email Paramedic: Reviving Dead Subscribers with Troy Ericson

"Sometimes business owners only look at it way like. I don't know how to do this. I need somebody who can save me. Time indistinct us off my plate. But i wanna point out that when you have somebody managing your list for you. They don't just set it up. They actually find a lot of missing out on so for example in my favorite things to do is to go into automations touch them up. So very simple example would be Somebody hasn't abandoned cart. Email while i make it abandon car emails so like instead of one or two turns into three to five or in some cases like seven if they go into a particular series. We'll have browse abandons. Some people don't have like some kind of re engagement strategy. Some people don't have tracking set up to know when people are engaged How they should be using list hygiene properly on another thing too is any time for one of my clients any time somebody to a certain products for offer or calendar for the first time and they don't book or take action that we want them to take they get a follow up email about it answers a lot of their objections. So all these ways to like find money on your list literally just hatching holes with emails And that's where the strategy comes into play where you have. Somebody really intelligent engine. And they're literally finding money for you All the time and these emails once assembled their automated. So you know that you're not missing out on anything when you've got somebody mart manager west. Yeah i mean the the thing is with email list management is. You don't know what you don't know. That's how i see it. Is that once you get somebody to do it. And you start seeing the value hard for people to qualify paying somebody to send a couple of emails. But then like i said as for me is after i got into. It was like holy shit. This is insane. This is intense stuff like whereas i i before i got into it. It was like oh yeah. I'll just throw a couple emails and that'll be it so i do see. I definitely agree with. There's so much value there and there's so many things that you can do and how to communicate with people and how to make things work better at least for me we've we've Automated one process of one part of the business. And it's taken away like so much just like back and forth work Just because it's all getting done automatically and people are

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"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"Barack. I'm the founder of direct tainted and your host. Let's in so welcome today. Everybody to another episode of uncensored direct marketing today. I have a very special guest with us. We're gonna be talking about email marketing and growing list and everything. Email with troy ericsson So troy and i met through. Copy accelerator Couple of years back. I guess. And i've destroyed troy with so many questions about e mails and growing lists and beat a emails and all this stuff that i figured i'd have troy on the show So we can hash out all these burning questions that i have and provide as much value as possible to everybody listening so troy welcome. Thank you so much for appear on the show Can you tell us a little. Bit about Lead paramedic and and you know what you've been doing the last couple of years with email. Yes thank you berea. I think it's really cool to just kind of like moving our conversation your questions to public saying the basically lonzo restore lead paramedic came from this. I had about reviving dead. Leads right so That's a problem that a lot of business owners have. They have a lot of leads on their list or in their business in general that they don't know how to tap into that And i've kind of rebranded as i've got a couple of different routes i go with it but it's how it came to be because a lot of my clients back when i was running facebook ads. Originally a lot of clients weren't happy because they weren't getting results from their email list. And i saw this rising tide of facebook marketers. There were so many of them now is like. There's so many people getting into this. That i have to get out And copywriting was not a sexy back. Then it's getting a little steam now. But i jumped into e mail copy before it was cool like before google at all because there's people have been doing this way longer but Email was management email copy reviving leads..

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"ericson" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"But selectors some people who are outside. Well hey got your attention and be the people that are supposed to matter to. They love it. So there's a lot of people who will tell you you're doing something that doesn't make sense but the only thing that matters it's how the right people to proceed editor selling something ski myron. People vote with their credit cards allowing on. It's a good idea. i by a time. Do they actually. Yeah such such a such a great point that you just made their like go where the people are paying you money like if they're giving you money keep doing what you're doing right. Ignore the other people in the same light light. I mean this is why when people see somebody making money with something all sort copiers out there. There's certainly advantages to being first-mover in like thinking of all these different things that can help people opinion return. But you've gotta find something that's really unique ad stick to it. Great advice great advice. Well troy where can listeners of what the secrets go to find out more about you. The proxy offer all that. Good stuff. sure so Again i would be very personal people so he searched roy in yar random facebook. You'll find me but you'll enjoy my emails. Which is right. Talk with georgie of by stories and I'm gonna give you something this joining. It's by email at big huge doc. So basically agreed document answers every possible questions that ever have about email yes. Your question is a narrow promise because based on like hundreds and hundreds of questions so leader freelancer business owner. You can get data lead paramedic. Dot com slash. Maybe it'll be in the description but Yeah that's the most value. I can possibly get off free. It's all about you. Business owners freelancers. Since lots of. that's awesome. I appreciate you doing that for the what's the secret listeners. And i will put that link in the show notes of this and you can find that. At tom dot com. Also if you enjoyed this with troy myself go to wherever you listen to this podcast and leave us a review. We would To see that. And if you have any questions feel free to reach out troy. It's been a real pleasure having you on the show today. Thanks so much for taking time out to hang with me. yeah again. Tom dot com. You can find the link. We talked about in this episode on the show notes. There i will see you guys in the next episode of what's the secret. In the meantime stay safe out there practice. Aloha everybody once again. Thank you so much for carving out the time to hear what was shared on. Today's podcast if you found it helpful than please shirt with someone else. Just simply share the link or posted on facebook and say. Check this out really make my day if he did that. Also make sure you subscribe if you haven't already so every podcast gets sent straight to you and you don't have to go searching for it again. My name's sam gaddis. And i'll see you next week on. What's the secret. podcast aloha for now everyone..

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"ericson" Discussed on What's the Secret?

What's the Secret?

08:16 min | 9 months ago

"ericson" Discussed on What's the Secret?

"Like needs so just beginning their copyright became Manager who wasn't just writing email it was sending them out managing deliverability doing. It's very slight tweak. But general during the same thing so when you do that and you stick to these things that are already proven to work as small scale. Just try to steal up into happens. On december jason capital events like the close like intimate personal loans. Or you get to ask him. Actually very however questions is like. I hate to tell you what i do is very and i do it because it makes me a lot of But everybody today. And i've listened to like alex packard's of talk about this. Everybody likes their cell. Phones is just on this crazy dopamine drip or like. You're looking for the next thing because we're using our phones. All the time in were used these like high levels of dopamine so like sticking to one thing is very difficult because the dopamine government insperity low when you kinda kick out some those like shiny objects than dopamine levels normalize you can focus on one thing and it becomes a lot easier than let's start getting paid. You're like oh does work new stick to it. No matter boring might be. Yeah so true. You know another thing that you touched on there was you. You mentioned a lot of people you know like sam ovens and stephan georgia i and he and stanley and other people like that. How you know. What is your kind of criteria for the people you choose to follow right because one of the things i like to people's like look you need to pick the right people to follow right and and usually i kind of have my own sort method for figuring that out but what is it that you look for in someone when you decide like hey okay. This is a person. I'm gonna listen to How do you kind of evaluate that and choose who you're going to listen to and and separate that stuff out. Yeah actually brought up was the place to your earlier point like i. So i'm ann stephens. Mastermind are artery. Justin goff and that i just doing sam institutions. Well i think each of these vast varieties thirty k. For both of them. And i never went through a funnel for those guys For any of them and the reason is because i used to watch their content. Like sam adams. He's on youtube just dropping dimes all day and then at some point like lincoln the description knighted serious. And i check it out for stephan. He did the same thing. But it was invisible groups in you genuinely Like a he cares about people and be. It's he's just showing so much proof that when he does works and both of those guys didn't they just did it in different ways like san wisdom youtube settlers doing it on a personal facebook profile in all these groups and it was just overwhelming proof. That what they're doing is working and they genuinely care like the amount of times. I talked to steph before we even hang in a dime like eventually care Was like completely mind blowing to me as a beginner for coming from a guy who's sullivan. Seven hundred million dollars stuff. At the time. I think's billion now but he. He cared about me who at the time. Maybe so like several hundred thousand dollars for starting own just blew my mind so there is no fancy funnels involved. There's just like a genuine care and good advice. And i could tell the practice of depression just happens. Yeah i think you really hit the nail on the head at the in there instead. They practice what they preach like really paying attention to. What are people doing our they. How are they conducting themselves and even living their lives. And if that's what you want those are the kinds of people you know. Follow you know. Yeah absolutely it's just those two guys in romance new specialist. fm Personally now and it's just a very special relationship so and that's what we did mention. Does they can take you from digging some random interets like. Wow this person is fred It happens pretty quickly. Yeah that's awesome. So since you're i know you're like you said this. This whole kind of rapid growth is new. It's like fresh in your mind. What would you say to the listeners. That are listen this right now that are still in those beginning stages any any Specific things you can give them. That might help them. Move in the right direction to You know to start growing their business or experience some of that rapid growth themselves. Yes so i pick out like one two three platforms that you really enjoy logging. You need to be on instagram you to be on clubhouse you need to be in facebook groups. There's no right answer. It's just you need to pick out the top one to three. That makes sense for you and then just generally start connecting with people like we were talking about and reach out to people like we were talking about earlier to like. I just sent out an email Cast doubt on some odd cast. Because there's been times mildness because obviously this is where my platform second-place facebook third and not really sure what it is. But that's okay only two right now So one time out my west and was like hey you're coming spam problems reply on me now and there's a ceo of a nine figure company that just replied to me. And i had no clue use there so by simply putting yourself out there and connecting with people and understanding overtime. That's going compile with every single Direct with in your positive experience with a remember that sometimes just randomly like talking to somebody else months later. They're like oh yeah the guy. I talked to earlier. That one girl like let me connects you and they do that and everything just like comes around in the suit or your proactive about it in. You can see the wrong game as the thing allowed. People quit because they're like if i can't get client within seven days flip and those people don't make it like if i even open seven days a nine to five right now just like number one thing that i was trying to avoid after i got baseball team so That became my number one goal so sticking to one thing completely networking and understanding like compound interest. I think those are all great points. And i love that you separated yourself out by coming up with email paramedic right like one thing that i always found very interesting is when i had my agency. I started doing this thing. Where in my signature. I put tom gaddis and under it. I put all around good guy right. And what was so funny about that. As as i started kind of going into the space of helping other marketers and things like that marketers would would email me and be like tom. Take that out of your email signature. That is the dopey thing like if you have to say it. You shouldn't need to put it in there. They would get all bent out of shape but my clients in my agency like they were constantly calling me when i answered answered the phone. They'd be like. Is this the all around good guy and like when they introduced me to people they'd be like oh this is tom. He's the all around good guy like it just became this kind of like thing right that they got behind. It was fun right. It was fun it was different and they got behind it and i think the email paramedic thing is the same type of thing if you can position yourself in some way like that now the trick to that is you actually have to deliver like you can't put all around good guy and your email signature and then be a jerk every time somebody talks to you right and you can't be email paramedic and not deliver results right exactly so i mean at the end of the day. There's a lot of people out. There were similar to you and if you do something exact same as those people is already ahead of you ensure you can go relationships at the same time. Why don't you create your own field in play all of course to make sense to so. It's like paramedic had feel like that is pretty obvious what i do with unseen time. There's no other benthic so it's like it's got a good balance of simplicity curiosity and there's an environment And to your point is well all around good guy thing. It depends school arrested.

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"ericson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"ericson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Front line. Dr summit dot com. With reports with video testimony of the facts around the Corona virus. He is the owner of accelerated urgent Care, Dr Ericson. I I'm an optimist. I believe in Ronald Reagan's Happy Warrior concept. I think that an optimistic attitude on life can positively affect your health as well. We are entities. We're not robots were we are holistic entities were mental health impacts upon physical health as well. So I think we'll be fine. I think we will come out of this. We will defeat it. Even without a vaccine, America will survive. My question to you is a person who's on the front line as a physician who's up. How many covert tested you say two twenties, what happened 1,026,000 covert tests. My question is this What happens next time? What happens when something is detected in Africa or something is detected in in Asia again and we are told that this is even worse than the Corona virus. Are you concerned that what we've experienced the the propensity to give in to the fear to allow non medical professionals to make decisions that They changed 180 degrees A week later, two months later. What are your concerns for the next time we face a challenge that is a national challenge. My concern is that we were not listening to the doctors who were on the front line using the medication, so doctors like Simone goal has been an absolute champion. Your patient's ability to choose their own treatments and for free speech has been a warrior that should be on the front lines. She should be giving counsel to our leaders, saying I'm an emergency physician. I treat this. Here's what I have seen. Here's what should what we should be allowing the patients to get access to. I think it's critical that we have a summit. Next time we have a crisis, The president called together 10 doctors from around the country with all different backgrounds and say, What are you guys seeing? What is the rial world efficacy of these things? Not, you know, necessarily pointing to just research, but you guys were using this off label. Is it beneficial? President Trump is taking hydroxy Florrick Quinn. That should tell the American people something about it. But to answer your question specifically if we have a really bad flu season this year. I hope they will call a summit and invite us to speak. And say, This is what we are seeing were using these drugs. This is what we're seeing with them to give the American people hope and not just fear the president's taking her drugs like Laura Corinne, I'm taking hydroxide Chlorine queen. I don't want you to get political. You don't have to mention names, but that is somebody who's having to prescribe medicines who's having to diagnose who's doing 26,000 Corona virus tests? What could you posit? As a justification. As a reason. For saying that Medicine that's been around for three generations should not be used. What possible reason could you have for saying no hydroxide? Clark. We know Z Pak. It's dangerous. Well, we called the cardiologists. They were worried about Q. T prolongation, which is just something you look forward different medications that disrupts the heart. And the cardiologists told us this is not even something we consider. They don't even do EKGs on most patient better that are that are taking this for years and years. This is a short course of medication. It's very safe. It's over the over the counter in many countries, so I I would say to people Once again, the most important thing I can say is this is a decision made between a doctor and a patient in a private room. And this is not a decision that should be affected by bureaucrats coming out of Washington. This is I have never seen this before with the medication. And I hope that our next pandemic does not occur on a election year. I have a personal question, If if I may zinc, a lot of people say zinc, where Where do you stand on cigs ink my producer when when he said hey, saw me coming in with sniffles a year ago, he said. Are you taking zinc? He swears by Zinke takes it all The time is think a good thing, Dr Ericson, just in general. Yeah, I think it is. And my son had surgery about a month and 1/2 ago in his orthopedic surgeons that make sure he's on zinc. It'll help with the wound healing. It helps with your immune system. It also helps and definitely helps with the efficacy of hydroxy Florrick Quinn. So the short answer is yes. Zinc is good. All right. You heard it here. Zinc is look, Mr G. Mr. Ji told me And now, Dr Ericson, you know, it makes sense. As for everything else, we're not going to give you any medical advice. We're going to stress what you've been hearing for the last Almost an hour. Your health. Is predicated on your relationship with your personal position. The practitioner who has been trained And your confidential relationship with the person who knows you best from a medical perspective. Not some politician, not some governor, not so health policy advisor. No, This is a sacred relationship, and that's the one that we should be protecting. We will be back for one more segment with Dr Dan Erickson off accelerated urgent care and America's frontline doctors. This is America first on the Salem radio Network. Health. That's what we're talking about. You're doing everything you can to secure your health. Exercising eating. Well, let me give you a little tip. Our friend Dr Douglas Howard has produced an incredible product. Balance of nature. It's just natural. It's just thousands of nutrients in capsule form. Three red for fruit, three green for vegetables that I take before every show and balance of nature when I do that is giving.

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Washington, DC - July 15 Deadline Nears for Fairfax County Families to Decide on Fall Enrollment

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, DC - July 15 Deadline Nears for Fairfax County Families to Decide on Fall Enrollment

"Now to the virus pandemic and what schools might look like in the fall here in our area, Fairfax County parents have until Wednesday to decide whether they want to enroll their students in 100% distance learning over the school year or whether to include some days of in classroom instruction. But some parents just don't like the choice is Joanne Seers of McClain says the school's could use empty commercial space in order to get kids back and socially distance classrooms this fall. The bottom line is we could do this. If we get our heads together and get creative about it. Some parents recalled the problems with distance learning in the spring. Cris Ericson, a Vienna, parent of two Children at Flint Hill Elementary charges that Fairfax County's virtual learning program lacks credibility, even their proposal where you do two days a week in school. The other three days. Basically, you stay home and you're ignored. Parents want kids back in classrooms, full time point of public health statements that start with the goal of having kids physically present in

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"ericson" Discussed on Vooyc Notes

Vooyc Notes

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"ericson" Discussed on Vooyc Notes

"Thank you for tuning in. And you're listening to voice notes today. I'm going to give you a productivity tip. We're going to give you a lot of productivity tips and hopefully these help you My Name's D bill with voice media. Let's get right to it. We're going to cut to the chase. Okay the productivity tip. I'm going to give you. Today is one that has helped a lot of people to not only improve their productivity. But actually make a lot more money in the process. So we're GONNA give this tip to you and hopefully this helps you also not only again become more productive safe time but also hopefully depending on if you're in business make more money are you ready the productivity tip that I want you to think about implementing is this give each day a theme. Now have you ever heard of this before so if you would give to day a fee as far as you being productive is concerned? What would that thing beat? Do you even have a name for today? Know what about or tomorrow. Do you have a theme for tomorrow as far as your productivity no will. We're going to help you. Then with this video to discover how you can begin to provide a fiend for each working day of your week so that you can be more productive and the principals involved will work no matter what you're doing business it be personal. It can be whatever you want but this will allow you to get more gun in your field okay. So I'm going to start this off with a quote. This quote is from a lady named Kate Ericson. She is a blogger. She said this. I implemented a simple technique that has helped me become more efficient and get more done and make more money in my business and when she said that she was talking about this particular. Productivity tip some people referred to it as day Phoenix. So let's get right into what this is. What is day theme? Well first of all. Let's start with the why. Why do you need to immediately give? Each day of fame will come up with seven reasons. First of all that you would want to start feeding your days give each day thing number one by giving each day theme. It helps you to keep from feeling frustrated. Okay and you'll see why that is the case when I explained to you the process number two it. It helps you if you are the type of person that you need structure in order to be productive if you need structure and who doesn't need structure we all do want some level. The this is why you would need to consider this day. Feed okay. It forces you to make priorities all right. You have a problem making priorities from day to day. What should you be doing? This is the perfect way to allow you to make priorities number four it forces you to prevent procrastination okay so because of the way this is set up you will not procrastinate because each day will have its own theme for the day and that will be what you will be doing so there will be no progress nation because the day is dedicated to the theme. You'll see what I mean. In a second number five you become more efficient you become more efficient because each and every day you know exactly what you're GonNa be knowing and you're gonna be doing of whatever that thing is that day so you will inadvertently or that's not even the word I'm looking for but It will it will make you become more efficient. Okay number six. You get things done. This is without question because you're working on one thing or when theme for the day you're GonNa get locked down and you'll see what I mean again in a second number seven. It helps you to find more balanced between work and wrestling. So you'll have your day that are dedicated to have a dedicated to the. You're GonNa have your days that you rest so you'll have a balance. It will help you find that out. So now let's get to. How do you implement the day theme productivity tip that? I'm giving you how do you do? Well here's what you WANNA do first of all I have notes over here. That's why I'm looking to the side. You WanNa pick four or five feet and these when I say themes I mean something that you do. That moves the needle in your business and we're talking from a business perspective. What is it that you do in your business actually moves that need? What do you find yourself doing? So you want to defy the most important tasks or you might say slash feelings. According to the theme you choose for the day. So what would that be well? These will be things that you do on a regular basis right for Phoenix that. Make Your Business Your home or whatever it is that you're doing okay. Things that make your business run or whatever it is that you're doing the next thing you WanNa do. You WANNA write down those teams okay so Monday. Maybe you're you're doing. You're writing for your business or Your written content Tuesday. Maybe you are a recording videos for your business Wednesday maybe you're doing marketing stuff for your business. Okay Thursday. Maybe you're doing outreach for your business Friday maybe you're doing social media posting for Your Business Okay. Maybe there's a day that you do you know if you're doing a lot of your own stuff. Maybe you do graphics creation for your social media posts you know images and things like that for your social media posts for your business. Whatever it is that you do the most important things that you do. This will be your theme for the day. Okay so in other words you want to pack as many tasks as you can into that day according to that theme that you've chosen so if it's social media images that your or images for your business that you're going to use all over the Internet For that theme for that day you will. You want to plan your whole day tasks that revolve around that theme. Okay if that me taking a budget images all day long. That's going to last you for quite a long time. That's what you WANNA do. But you're gonNA use the whole day to do all right another thing you WANNA do. Is You want to quantify the task in other words you want to set a actual time a number of or something. That quantifies the task that you're doing okay. So let's say you have a number of tasks. According to less run with the Social Media. post not posting but creating graphics for your social media. Maybe you decide okay I want to. I want to get one hundred photos that I take for my social meat or create you know twenty five means for my social media or whatever it might be the point is is you want to quantify whatever that is whether it be a number of. Let's say images you want to post or maybe it's an amount of time you want to spend on that particular task working on that particular task. Okay so quantify given a number or give it a time and that way you can measure it gives you a way to measure what you're GonNa do with that. That that task in the time you spend doing it you want to create a schedule each day theme so a time and a day obviously for that theme okay so if Friday is your day for creating your images for your social media posts the end Friday you want to make make that Your Day. Right and of course. What time during that day? Are you going to do there okay? You want to do this any everything that you come up with it. You're GonNa do you WanNa have a day in a time that you're actually working on that. Which brings us to the next thing I would say used is a time. Okay so you want to determine the amount of time that you're GONNA use to complete each task that you pack and to that day for the thing so you might have several tasks. Let's say you have so much time you spend on facebook posts twitter posts linked imposts. Tick Tock Pose A pinterest post. Whatever it might be okay blog posts whatever it might be. You'RE GONNA spend X. amount of time on this task this task and that task..

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How Coronavirus is affecting MWC 2020

Pocketnow Weekly Podcast

07:15 min | 2 years ago

How Coronavirus is affecting MWC 2020

"GSA UPDATE ON CORONA virus. That is the subject line of an email that was sent out to registered attendees for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona which is happening in just a few weeks. Hello everybody and welcome to the pocket now. Weekly podcast hosted by yours truly judge of Gara. What's going on everybody all right? So we're GONNA get a little bit more abundant this particular episode because yes we have to talk about the corona virus which has literally affected so many portions of the world and various various different sectors including tech. Now I'm sure that most of you are aware of the different stories that have come out of Baku Rona virus in general but there were some very interesting stories stories that happened within the last week or so in regards to the different people who are going to be exhibiting at Mobile Congress. Obviously you're listening to the pocket. Weekly podcast so you are probably aware of what NWC is it is literally one of the most important shows throughout every single year where mobile technology is given the centerstage pretty much every company that has a hand in the creation of smartphones tablets wearables infrastructure five G. tend to go to Mobile World Congress and many of their big announcements happened in Barcelona. People like myself in high Rivera and many of the people that you know in the tech world go to the show every every single year and it is generally a very good time. Barcelona is a wonderful city With a lot of character and actually mobile world congress as far as the venue is concerned. The fear of our CELONA is one of the coolest venues when it comes to these shows that we go to every year but this year. It's going to be incredibly difference because with the News Corona virus spreading in China and in certain parts around the world. A lot of people have had to make the executive decisions to either attend or opt out of of 'em. WC without naming names. I know a few people who actually opted out of going. And it's going to be a bummer. Not Seeing them in Barcelona as it is basically a tradition for all all of us tech friends to get together at this show and I know a couple of other publications that have actually been giving their people some early notice that if they don't want to go to Barcelona they can actually say so. And of course this all started when the corona virus first sprouted in the WHO Bay province of China particularly the epicenter. Being a place is called Wuhan that is part of mainland China but because of the level of travel that we have in today's society and today's High-tech Society. Let's say there are people both traveling from so many places around the world that not only would people from that province moved to many other places via air travel and whatnot. They're also many visitors. Who might my end up going to? Who Bay province and they are also part of this huge quarantine or huge tracking of people who might be affected by this corona virus us? And as you're going to hear later from the email that I mentioned at the beginning of this episode Whether or not you have actually stepped foot near or in Wuhan Matters. But let's just talk for a little bit about the impact that the GM A has on the mobile industry. Mobile Congress is like I said one of the biggest shows of of the year it is one of what we call the Big Three Ceus. 'EM WC and EPA in Berlin. You're all aware of CAS which just happened about a month ago. And then Eva In Berlin happens usually every September near the end of the year when some final announcements are happening but at the beginning of the year basically in the first quarter. This is when you set the precedent precedent for the rest of the calendar year at 'EM WC by announcing some really big devices in Barcelona back in the day Samsung used to use. WC The as the jump off point for their galaxy S. line they used to go to 'em WC with the new devices but overtime Samsung decided to hold their own shows. Handy events Of course now we call those unpacked. And those are the shows that Samsung uses in order to announce the new devices but pretty much every other company attends Hans Nwc along with thousands upon thousands of other exhibitors to show off their latest updates to just highlight some of the big names. You have everyone from Xiaomi. A two Vivo and honor to Qualcomm Lenovo Motorola sick imagine how everybody felt when. LG One of the most recognizable names and mobile tag decided to pull out and of M W C completely. There's a certain hall in the fear of the venue for Mobile World Congress where all of the phone manufacturers tend to sort of clump together. And it's there that you can walk from qualcomm and just maybe take a two minute stroll over to Samsung and from Samsung you can take a quick stroll over to lg but now that huge huge portion of that hall LG tends to take. It's just going to be empty. It remains to be seen. What would happen with these particular companies booths and spaces basis now that they're not actually going to be there? But of course there are varying degrees to which companies are actually taking themselves out of the show Z.. T. E. announced that they wouldn't be at the show show but what that actually meant was they. Were not going to do a press conference but they would still have a booth and have representation on the show. Floor Ericson would then follow suit as the next company to to leave Mobile World Congress over concerns of the corona virus. Ericsson a name that you might remember from these Sony Ericsson days of those particular. Let's say dump phones as it was before the smartphone. smartphone era is still a major player in telecommunications and probably the biggest blow to GSI may so far when it comes to 'em WC. Andy's exhibitors was invidia video announcing that they would no longer be attending the show. This one's a big one because according to the verge in video was going to host ten sessions and actually have a place called the a innovation center now I have seen Invidia at a number of different shows and they always talk about the power of their cards and processors especially in terms of ai and and videos AI is starting to pop in so many different places even beyond computing and mobile They actually started talking about autonomous driving and getting into the five G. Game but the market detail here is that nvidia was also a major sponsor of the conference in general and they have partnered with the conference to have a bunch of different sessions every single year. But it's probably the biggest headline mainly because video was one of the major sponsors of 'em. WC Twenty twenty on top of everything that they were supposed to be hosting the fact that they okay and three other companies so far at the recording of this episode have pulled out of mobile world. Congress means that all of the topics they have been part of are no longer going to be in the discussion. There's going to be less. Ai There because of invidia less mobile devices because of LG Z.. T. Not having a major presence anymore and of course on the telecommunication side when it comes to Business Ericsson not being their means that they are out of the conversation during the show as well but that doesn't stop the fact that we you're still going to 'EM WC and WC is still going to happen after all there are still so many companies that will indeed be there and they will feel the conversations even if there's going to be a little bit less of a crowded space ticket for what you will but aside from Z.. T. E.. A lot of the major Chinese companies are still planning on attending and they are going to have have not only press conferences but major major updates to many of their products during the Barcelona show.

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Colorado school shooting suspects will both be tried as adults

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Colorado school shooting suspects will both be tried as adults

"So a lot of questions about what led them to do this, David, and we know you'll stay on this forest Martha. Thank you next tonight. New developments in that deadly school shooting outside. Denver the two suspects in court today. Eighteen year old Devon Ericson and sixteen year old Alex McKinney, we learned today that he will be charged as an adult the other was already being charged as an adult it comes as hundreds today.

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"ericson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ericson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In Brooklyn six year old died after the vehicle his mother was driving slammed into a parked car on view avenue in Canarsie yesterday afternoon. Police are attempting to determine if the boy was properly buckled into a carseat at the time of that crash two suspects in Tuesday's deadly shooting at a stem school in highlands ranch. Colorado remain held charges are expected. Correspondent Scott McLean. Reports from Colorado the you suspects appearing in court for the first time Wednesday now there eighteen year old Devon Ericson, nor sixteen year old Alex McKinney have been charged yet the district attorney says I degree murder and attempted murder. Charges will be filed by Friday, one two three students who led the charge to disarm one of the two gunmen, but was shot and died is. Being hailed as a hero Kendra Castillo suffered a failed gunshot wound to his chest. His close friend Brennan Bailey wrestled that weapon away, traffic and weather next. WABC news time eight oh three. Jones along with traffic and transit or debit again. BQ? Northbound mcginnis throws the avenue still slow traffic that earlier accident up there. The culprit also on the inbound same thing there was an earlier outbound accident right around the big Huey on the inbound side now just right there queens, bumper to bumper traffic Whitestone expressway, the cross Allen the problem that collision still being cleared. If you're going to be traveling on the Barrett Parkway as you start to come down towards exit thirty four Stanford an accident two cars, that's a left lane out. And also in New Jersey as you head out on seventy eight eastbound coming exit twenty four that accident still there again, right lane out of service and Alder, and it's out of the street parking rules and regulations are in fact, I'm Joe Nolan from the traffic center at.

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Colorado School Shooting Suspects Appear in Court

America Trends

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Colorado School Shooting Suspects Appear in Court

"Both suspects of the the deadly deadly Colorado Colorado school school shooting shooting this this week week have have made made their their first first appearances appearances in in court court eighteen eighteen year year old old Devon Devon Ericson Ericson and and sixteen sixteen year year old old Alec Alec McKinney. McKinney. Not Not formally formally charged charged yet at yesterday's hearing, though, the DA says first degree murder charges will be filed. And this is USA radio news,

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Colorado school shooting victim died charging attacker

First Light

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Colorado school shooting victim died charging attacker

"I did may risk their own lives. So that we could all have our own as students held one gunmen. Investigators say another shooter opened fire on a different classroom. Police say shooter had a handgun in total shot nine people about twenty four hours later. Eighteen year old Devon Ericson appeared in court, his head hung low for much of the hearing Ericsson is scheduled to be back in court Friday when formal charges related to the shooting are expected correspondent Camilla Bernal reporting from highlands ranch in Colorado, which is not very far from Littleton. Of course. Where Columbine high school is located any no we did talk about that. Recently the twentieth anniversary of the first of these awful high school and college shooting so heroes this morning three students to disarmed the gunman who didn't who didn't stop to think. So Brendan Bialy who is one of the students said Kendrick wrestle the gun away. And and called out. He called out Brendan Bialy is the one who wrestle the gun away and called out to Custodio who was shot after he tackled the shooter. He said that there was no response. Kendrick went out as a hero Bialy said he was a foot away from the shooter and instead of running in the opposite direction. He ran right toward the danger. And the police are saying that Custodio Bialy and Joshua Jones who is one of the other students. They're really minimized the bloodshed and possibly kept the death toll from being more than just a one and more people being wounded and this kid Jones Joshua Jones was shot twice. He said. Yeah. I was scared. But he said he wasn't going to cower for. Shooters he repeatedly call them cowards. They lost. He said of the shooter's they completely and utterly lost two. Good people. So this kid who who gave his life Castillo? He was a member of the school's robotics club. I've a thirteen year old son who's in the robotics club. He was a relentless tinkerer like my son is, and you know, that just brings it home. You know, if you're a parent, and you think, you know, my kids in school, and you know, would would my kid be shot trying to save people? Would we be shot? I mean, where do people summon up that kind of courage is the same kind of courage that that soldiers, you know, that take in battle? They they take that stance defending, you know, the country and the people who live in it. They put their lives on the line. They they planes and get shot down. They marched into the, you know, a hail of bullets coming their way, where do you find bad kind of courage and in the second when you don't even know it's coming year in the middle of a regular day. You haven't trained for this. You haven't prepared for it. You weren't expecting it. You're not girded for somebody walks into your classroom and points a gun at you. And the first thing you do is you think I got to save people and you've lunged for the gun. You'll lose your life. I mean, you are a hero. But unfortunately, you know, you you are now gone this this kid, you know, describe Kendrick St. oh described as a kid friendly modest always happy to help people. He was a familiar sight at knights of Columbus fundraisers and bingo nights with his dad people described him as they all say the same thing sweetest kid I ever met never mean. Kid, really, really good kid. There was also a security guard who helped out there. He is a former marine and he ran right to the area of the shootings. He confronted one of the arms students. He drew his weapon. He apprehended that person and probably doesn't even realize how many lives he saved by stopping school shooting. So you see they had somebody there who knew what to do who was trained one of our marines who was there on site probably saved many many lives. But now, you know, this is becoming a thing now because we have the parents of the student who was killed while tackling a gunman at the university of North Carolina in Charlotte. I mean, they're heartbroken in there. And this is bringing it right back. This just happened. Couple of weeks ago, April thirtieth Riley Howell twenty one years old fatally shot he hurled himself at a gunman. They're in a classroom at at UNC, and the police say that he knocked the gunman office feet and helped end what could have been a much deadlier massacre. The police chief there chief care Putney said that he took the fight to the assailant. Unfortunately, he had to give his life to do. So, but he saved lives. Young rally house parents Thomas and Natalie Henry house. I mean, they're devastated, you know. Now, they've got to adjust to their life without their son. And they said that this has been really difficult to pass few days win a watching their kids facing a new reality without their brother. And this really really brings it back and howls mom says this is her quote, I think I've seen the worst and the best of humanity. I've seen somebody without regard for the sanctity of life. And then I've seen this huge outpouring from family, friends and strangers of pure love. I'm in this very strange place, but my heart. It goes out completely to these other families in the communities who are going through the exact

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"ericson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"ericson" Discussed on KOMO

"May risk their own lives. So that we could all have our own as students held one gunmen. Investigators say another shooter opened fire on a different classroom. Police say each shooter had a hand gut in total shot nine people about twenty four hours later. Eighteen year old Devon Ericson appeared in court, his head hung low for much of the hearing Ericsson is scheduled to be back in court Friday would formal charges related to the shooting are expected correspondent Camilla Bernal reporting from highlands ranch in Colorado, which is not very far from Littleton. Of course, where Columbine high school is located on you know, we did talk about that recently the twentieth anniversary of the first of these. Awful high school and college shooting so heroes this morning three students who disarmed gunman who didn't who didn't stop to think. So Brendan Bialy who is one of the students said Kendrick wrestle the gun away. And and called out. He called out here. Brendan Bialy is the one who wrestle the gun away and called out to Custodio who was shot after he tackled the shooter. And he said that there was no response. Kendrick went out as a hero Bialy said he was a foot away from the shooter and instead of running in the opposite direction. He ran right toward the danger. And the police are saying that Custodio Bialy Joshua Jones who is one of the other students. They're really minimized the bloodshed and possibly kept the death toll from being more than just a one and more people being wounded and this kid Jones Joshua Jones was shot twice. He said. Yeah. I was scared. But he said he wasn't going to cower for shooters. He repeatedly call them cowards. They lost. He said of the shooter's they completely and utterly lost two. Good people. So this kid who who gave his life Custodio? He was a member of the school's robotics club. I've a thirteen year old son who's in the robotics club. He was a relentless tinkerer like my son is, and you know, that just brings it home. If you're a parent, and you'd think, you know, my kids in school, and you know, would my kid be shot trying to save people. Would we be shot? I mean, where do people summon up that kind of courage is the same kind of courage that that soldiers, you know, that take in battle? They they take that stance defending the country and the people who live in it. They put their lives on the line. They go up in planes and get shot down. They March into the, you know, a hail of bullets coming their way, where do you find that kind of courage and in the second when you don't even know it's coming here in the middle of a regular day. You haven't trained for this. You haven't prepared for it. You weren't expecting it. You're not girded for it. Somebody walks into your classroom and points a gun at you. And the first thing you do is you got to save people and you lunged for the gun. You lose your life. I mean, you are a hero. But unfortunately, you know, you you are now gone this this kid, you know, described Kendrick St. oh described as a kid friendly modest always happy to help people. He was a familiar sight at knights of Columbus fundraisers and bingo nights, his dad people describe him as they all say the same thing sweetest kid I ever met never mean. Kid, really, really good kid. There was also a security guard who helped out there. He is a former marine and he ran right to the area of the shootings. He confronted one of the arm students. He drew his weapon he apprehended that person. And probably does even in realize how many lives he saved by stopping school shooting? So you see they had somebody there who knew what to do who is trained one of our marines who was there on site probably saved many many lives. But now, you know, this is becoming a thing now because we have the parents of a student who was killed while tackling gunman at the university of North Carolina in Charlotte. I mean, they're heartbroken and this is bringing in right back. This just happened. Couple of weeks ago, April thirtieth Riley Howell twenty one years old fatally shot he hurled himself at a gunman. They're in a classroom at at UNC. And the police say that he not the gunman office feet and helped end what could have been a much deadlier massacre. The police chief there chief care Putney said that he took the fight to the assailant. Unfortunately, he had to give his life to do. So, but he saved lives. Young rally house parents Thomasson Natalie Henry house. I mean, they're devastated, you know. Now, they've got to adjust to their life without their son. And they said this has been really difficult to pass few days when watching their kids facing a new reality without their brother in this really really brings it back and howls mom says this is her quote, I think I've seen the worst and the best of humanity. I've seen somebody without regard for the sanctity of life. And then I've seen this huge outpouring from family, friends and strangers of pure love. I'm in this very strange place, but my heart. It goes out completely to these other families in the communities are going through the exact same thing. So that's where we are at seventeen minutes before the hour on Thursday morning. We have heroes among us. We have some people who are ill mentally afflicted by mental illness and evil or some kind of twisted ideology, in some cases. Whatever it is. It doesn't really matter. What matters is that. We, you know, we stop them before they can do this. And you know, it's unfortunate that you have kids who are the last line of defense, you know, stopping these things against their their fellow students. But you know it. On the one hand, it makes you feel really really sad on the other hand into a makes you think there's something about human beings and something about kids, especially where maybe they haven't had a chance to get cynical. I'm looking at a TV screen right now this kid's face on the screen smiling areas. And he's in front of a pickup truck in the snow out there in Colorado looking really really happy family photos. He's fishing in the mountains. They're a happy kid with a happy family life. He's gone. And and the people who did this are they're alive they're behind bars, but they are alive. So, you know, can we do that? Would you do that? Would you be able to summon that up give us a call at eight hundred seven three six three six six.

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Columbine shares message for nearby school after shooting

Steve Dahl

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Columbine shares message for nearby school after shooting

"Columbine. School officials are sending a message of support to a nearby school south of Denver that is the scene of the latest mass shooting the sign outside. Columbine says our hearts are with you stem. Authorities say to students of the stem school's highlands, ranch opened fire inside the. School Tuesday killing one classmate and injuring eight others. Charter school is located just a few miles away from Columbine. And today the shooting suspect Devon Ericson made his first quarter parent bowing his head during much of the

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Arapahoe High School, Colorado School And Devon Ericson discussed on Bloomberg Best

Bloomberg Best

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Arapahoe High School, Colorado School And Devon Ericson discussed on Bloomberg Best

"The prosecutor in the fatal shooting at a Colorado school is describing hard to believe reality district. Attorney George broccoli said his heart goes out to the victims of yesterday's carnage. And all the moms and dads. Wondering today if their kids school is safe if you had suggested to anyone behind me or in this room that within twenty years and twenty miles. We would have dealt with Columbine your theater arapahoe high school. Shooting. Zach perish and four their deputies. We thought you mad and yet here we are again eighteen year old Devon Ericson made his first quarter appearance today in the killing of Kendrick

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"ericson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"ericson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And Pinellas county. We have an accident Starkey rode north park boulevard at eighty sixth avenue north next traffic update at seven forty pay long NewsRadio WFL making it up to ninety degrees today with slightly higher humidity. It's seventy three degrees at NewsRadio. WFL? A new investigation shows President Trump lost more money than anyone in the entire country during a ten year period. Dating back to the nineteen eighty s the same time he released his book art of the deal. The New York Times says. It got printouts of President Trump's official IRS tax transcripts in from nineteen eighty five to nineteen Ninety-four. He reported business. Losses of about one point seventeen billion dollars. The time says it appears the future president laws more money than nearly any other individual American taxpayer and because of those losses he paid no taxes for eight of those ten years, but an attorney for the president has said the information is demonstrably false the president's been saying he's under audit and can't make returns public until that's done in Washington till NATO, Fox News one person's dead. Eight others injured after a high school shooting in Colorado just a few weeks after fears about a potential Columbine copycat shooting close schools in the Denver area. Police had to deal with two gunman who went inside stem school highlands ranch and opened fire. We did struggle with the suspects take them into custody, and they are in custody right now, we know of this. Students injured some are critical and one is now dead that least one handgun was used but couldn't elaborate on other weapons with the suspects now in custody. Investigators can press forward four slowing everything down, and we're going to try to focus on processing that crime scene. Taking care of those who are injured and investigating this case, Jamie Lee reporting several students inside helped bring down a gunman. One of the shooter's is identified as eighteen year old Devon Ericson six months after hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida panhandle as a category. Five storm. President Trump is visiting bay county were damage is far from cleaned up. President Trump flies to Panama City Beach, Florida for an evening rally. The event is to take place at the amphitheater at Aaron Besson park. The area is where last year's category. Five hurricane Michael struck leaving communities to shoveled and people in need and has been a focal point for the president in an ongoing congressional battle for disaster recovery funding, which also includes. Puerto Rico Florida is also politically important as a swing state which the president one in two thousand sixteen but has seen closely contested statewide election since Evan Brown. Newsradio WFL. It's also the six month anniversary of the campfire in California that destroyed thousands of homes, even though a lot of progress has been made it's it's very hard to tell. If you look up and down the streets, not one single home has been rebuilt. That's because this recovery is a very slow process. Every lot were where a home existed must be cleared. It must go through a very meticulous process to make sure there are no hazardous materials around the eleven thousand lots will have to go through this process. And so far only around two thousand lots have been cleared. Steve Futterman, CBS news, paradise California. Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen says he helped block the release of embarrassing photos of Jerry Falwell junior before the evangelical Lee. Endorsed Trump in two thousand sixteen according to Reuter's the person who had the photos was extorting from the falwell's and Cohen threatened to report that individual to thirties an attorney for the falwell's released a statement saying the report is not accurate..

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Suspect in Colorado STEM School Shooting Identified

Investor's Edge

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect in Colorado STEM School Shooting Identified

"Of q suspect who shooting in Colorado yesterday's being a dentist as eighteen year old Devon Ericson. A second juvenile suspect has not been named the two who are students at the stem school highlands ranch. South of Denver were handed after killing one student and injuring eight others. They're this student at the school says just a bit. Like shaky. I'm scared, but I'm glad I'm safe, and I didn't get hurt. And I'm glad that a lot of people. I know didn't get hurt.

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"ericson" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"ericson" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"Risk factor for when you get to be in your sixties and in your seventies. And and that said, you know, it emphasizes to your demographic, you know, you're younger individuals here. One in this stuff 'cause hey, you're going to be my age one these days, and hopefully, I'm making a lot of sense of my brain still working. Okay. And hopefully, you're gonna have put yourself in a position where you are resistant to the disease that killed my father, meaning that I have a an increased risk of having that disease by virtue of my family history. So the message for brain health is a message that needs to get out to your demographic to people, you know, the millennials, for example, who can make changes today. You can't say, well, I'm gonna be overweight need all this junk today. And you know, when it starts to matter in my fifties and sixties then I'll start to take it to heart, quite literal. That's a great pond because it affects your heart, and then make these changes because no these are cumulative. And we realize I mentioned we sold the seeds for brain degeneration, very early in life air man that is so powerful. So everybody your brain health that you're going to experience in your later years in your senior year starts today started really years ago. But when you know better you do better now's the opportunity to really do something about this. And I want to talk about a couple of things that were highlighted in your book in again, guys get the revised edition. It is like absolute mastery. It's everything you need to know on the subject updated with we're talking like the most recent data's in here. So it's just really a great masterclass on the subject matter. And so what I want to talk about is the upside the good potential here in neuro plasticity, he talk about and also specifically I want to talk about beady NF brain derived neurotrophic factor. So. We can do something about this. We can prevent problems later, but also we can support some positive change right now. So let's talk about neural plasticity and beady enough. So we're in a place of. Discovery. And and having discovered some things in the past couple of decades, the idea that for example, we have a second chance that can grow new brain cells. I I would have probably been thrown out a medical school had a voice that idea. I didn't have the idea back. Then though, I was starting to think about it. I have to say the and the other idea is that our gene expression can be changed under our volition. We have the ability to change, our, gene expression. And these two things come together like a rhesus peanut butter Cup with chocolate and peanut butter. Meaning that yes, we can change our gene expression, and we can change gene expression to turn on the growth of new brain cells. So both of those ideas were very much I Kana classic for we as clinicians and researchers not that long ago. Meaning we get a second chance Dr Erickson at. The university of Pittsburgh, Dr Kirk Ericson began to really make us aware about eight to ten years ago of how powerfully weaken affect this type of change in gene expression and bring about dramatic growth of new brain cells. Exactly where we need them in the brain's memory center. Who knew we've known for quite some time that people who exercise have a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease, more exercise, less Alzheimer's disease, while those are dots that are kind of far apart. And we wanted to fill in the middle parts. Okay. Why is it? So what is the mechanism that relates getting on the treadmill to improving my brain? And Dr Kirk Ericson university of Pittsburgh really helped us understand that because he showed that. In a group of individuals who exercise aerobically for one year in comparison to a similar size group of individuals in their sixties in not young people. Well, yeah, I guess I should say I'm sixty four who just did stretching but nothing aerobic over the one year period of time many things happened. I they produced more of this chemical that you mentioned be the NF brain derived neurotrophic factor, which is like growth hormone for brain cells. So it turns on the growth of brand new brain cells, we call that neurogenesis a love of sound of that word, and where it happens is in the brain's memory center, and what he also showed after the one year showed three things number one exercisers had higher levels of beady enough. Number two on MRI scans exercisers had bigger memory center and number three on.

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