35 Burst results for "Esposito"
Dan Bongino: We Still Gave Democrats a Scare
"You know we gave them a scare in places we shouldn't have you know results matter talk is cheap but I'm saying that because Lee zeldin although he didn't prevail in New York had some serious coattails Folks I grew up on Long Island in New York Long Island flipped two seats less than I wanted them was the police officer We had on I was a D esposito He won his seat So did George Santos how Long Island Sean Patrick maloney lost his seat Guy's been in office since the Flintstones for the Democrats He lost the Lawler So you know sometimes horseshoes and hand grenades with your race yeah Zelda pierce is going to lose This by running a really good race but it's not just horseshoes and hand grenades because the coattails he had brought a couple of Republican candidates across the finish line It's just a fact
Anthony D'Esposito: Addressing Education Issues in Nassau County
"One of the biggest right now is education with the kids The CRT stuff in school has even some Democrat parents I know on Long Island Absolutely furious about the CRT and the drag queen story hour stuff This is going to I believe drive an enormous number of suburban mother votes over to our side and the Republican side and could benefit the Anthony D esposito campaign for Congress Absolutely And especially in this district where there's such a heavy population of the orthodox community and a lot of people who send their kids to Catholic school I was a product of shama high school And we have this far left method of trying to push substantial equivalency into our schools where the state legislature actually wants to say that if you go to a private school that means the local school district is going to oversee what's being taught in schools And it's absolutely ridiculous We need to stand up to it And I think I agree with you wholeheartedly It's definitely one of the things one of the issues that we're seeing that the left is pushing both on a state level I mean I know they tried about a year ago and they saw a lot of pushback and then they laid off a little bit And then they pushed it again a few months ago and they saw the pushback They laid off again But make no mistake about it If governor hulk will wins and they keep their majority in the Senate and the assembly they are going to push this right through and shove it right down our throats And we need to stand up to it And we need to stand up to it by sending a clear message throughout Nassau county and Long Island that we are this isn't any more about a Republican or Democrat issue This is about American issues It's about Long Island issues and it's about common sense And thankfully the Republican Party and the team that we have here at NASA county put together by chairman Cairo is the team of common sense
"esposito" Discussed on Forever35
"What would you like to promote? I have a podcast that's called query, but you know right now what I'm doing the most that I'm pretty jazzed about is you should come see me if I'm in your town, but how would you know if I'm in your town? I am like obsessed with Instagram right now I've been doing real lately and I think they're extremely fun and so you should follow me on Instagram and you should watch my reels because I am enjoying them. And what is your Instagram Cameron? Oh, it's just Cameron esposito. Great. You're gonna find it. All follow you. Thank you again. One final question. Okay. As two people who grew up in the metro west Boston area. Your person went to college in Boston. Well, Newton get in Boston. Do you have a favorite place thing about Boston? Doesn't have to exist anymore. Could just be from when you were there in the early aughts. But just to satisfy my Boston itch, do you have a Boston thing that you still love? Yes. Honest taqueria. Oh my gosh, yes. Yes. Also, Pinot's pizza. Oh yeah, totally. Totally. Yeah, me too. I'm from Brookline, so oh my God, yeah, definitely. But honestly, it's so good. Steamed burrito. I don't know what that. I don't know why that's anything, but they were so good. And it was also like the first time I had ever had cilantro and I love it. Anyway, yes. Changed my life. Thank you. Thank you for indulging indulging me. Of course. I love a Boston reference even though. It's been many years. Yeah, a 100%. I mean, I'm on a TV show right now that takes place in Boston and weirdly it's the only person on the show who ever lived in Boston. So constantly, I'm trying to work in Boston references, but no, it's not working the same way that it worked with YouTube just now. You know what? We're always here for a good Boston reference. Awesome. Thank you, Cameron. Yeah. Cheers. Dory..
"esposito" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And but he turned and he tried to slip me. And I just put the ball right in his gut. My mother was like, did you just punch him in the stomach? It's another ball dude. It was the ball. Come on, mom. So who was your guy growing up? Was it Thurman Munson Munson? I was literally going to say those. Thurman Munson being a catcher in little league and he was from Ohio. My mother was from Cleveland. I grew up for a part time in Cleveland. It was all connected in some way. You know, baseball to me is just a champions game. It really is. And you have to have patience and it moves a little faster than golf. I heard you talk about Tiger. We love them. The masters. I'm picking out a picking up on what you laid down. I love it, but thurmond was your guy, huh? He was my guy. Me too. Yes, indeed. And I remember I was in summer camp when I heard the awful news about him. Yes, indeed. It's like one of those moments flashbulb memory for me. You just go. I think it's the first time I realized that you die. Yes, 1979. 79. There is some limit on our timing. And some of us don't know when. And that's okay, give us a lot of joy as we all want to bring joy to our world in certain ways. And little things make you happy. And for me, it's the little things in life that really allow me to realize how much we affect each other. Like that plaque on your desk. Yeah, best dad ever. I know, we'll do battle on that front. Jen Carlo esposito here on the rich eisen show. Okay, so let's combine two of your loves and passions, baseball, and acting. Why not? Okay. To your right, sir, underneath your hat is a rich eyes and show card. We have written down on it three sentences that are a promo, like a baseball broadcast promo promoting the upcoming game between the Yankees and the Red Sox on opening day. I'd like you to read these words and three different characters that you've played. First one, I'd like you to read these words as a community friendly Gus Fring. The Gus Fring that is out there in the world. Nobody knows who you are. You're a Los poros Hermanos. You're the guy who's, you know, sell them chicken, okay? Love it. And also given out checks to community groups, things like that. The fun run. The fixes, here we go. Go for it, Giancarlo Esposito. It's opening day. And it's a battle. Of good versus evil. The lightest chapter of the long-standing rivalry between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. From the Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, the sun is out. And it is a great day for baseball. Now that we have that, I'd like you to read it as drug warlord Gus Fring. If you can channel that right now and read the same lines, it's opening day. And it's a battle of good versus evil. The latest chapter of the long-standing rivalry between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. From Yankee Stadium in The Bronx. The sun is out. And it is a great day. For baseball..
"esposito" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That was a little bit better. I'll get there. Okay, man. All right. You do what you do now these days in professional sports. With these crazy kids, you look to the gram. Look to the ground. And you look to the debo's gram and you could say another four words. The hell going on? Because is avatar is gone. It used to be a 49er photographic news of 49 there. And then you put in the old forty-niners in the search for who he follows, no users found. Like nobody? And then you look at his photographs as he because Kyler Murray just expunged his entire account of anything to do with the Cardinals. With the exception of two photographs, one is a Pro Bowl. And there's debo I believe it's Pro Bowl Jersey there, right? And another one was him, you know, from college, no college photographs here. The only one there is one photograph there where he is in a niner uniform. But it's him being announced as a first team all pro player. So there's a message even in the photograph of him in an honor uniform to just stick out for all you Graham sleuths to see. Oh yeah. And then once you see that, now you say, oh. No. Okay. Did I say that right now? I'm now in the neighborhood. The spirit, you're cruising down the block. Yes. Here's the deal. He deserves all the cash. We know that. He's going to get paid to. I believe what's at play here, and I think a lot of everyone else in the NFL community sees it too. And I imagine it's been explained to debo Samuels like a debo. There is a guy on the roster who's making a ton of money that we do not plan to have on the roster at some point. His name is Jimmy Garoppolo. The guy who threw you, all those passes. The guy who handed you on all those jet sweeps, the football, the one who tossed you the football on all those unique running plays that we cooked up for you. At some point, he's going to be out. I know we're saying, hey, we can have him. But he's not going to be here. Is that another Magic Johnson? It's not going to be here. And there's a Bosa on the team kind of going, hello. Hello. But he's got to a 5th year of contractual control that the niners have on him. And niners every single time that one of these guys getting paid devonte Adams getting paid Tyree kill getting paid and then Stefan Diggs getting paid. I'm sure John lynch is somewhere going really, really can they just sign these guys, wait to sign these guys until after Garoppolo is gone and I've already signed my guy to a contract, okay? Can we just hold off everybody? Who's next? The AJ Brown going to come next at some point? Well, we know he's not getting traded because my Braille said, as long as I'm the coach, she's not going to, he'll be here. So the opposite of the Magic Johnson. I'll be here. He'll be here. And fable's not going anywhere. So again, I know we're all looking to the gram and going off. Another guy who is expunged from his team. It's how the kids do it. His grandma, his team from his gram. I know that's how the kids do it. But the way the situation is for the niners now, roster and the roster composition. And the money that they have to spend and what they can spend, it's common. And if this guy doesn't get paid, I mean, guess what? Well, be franchise tag, and guess what? He's not going anywhere. And guess what? If they somehow does walk in the free agent market, hello. 31 other teams. We'll have him at hello. That's me and his money. Because they will put all the cash on the table. And so that's the way that it's all working out. I know we're all like, debo's the latest to do the gram thing. The expunging of the photographs thing on the ground. It's fun to pay attention. I know. Plus we missed it. Look, folks, you can't blame us. I mean, it's been like a week. Since the NFL gave us the hell going on moment. We miss it. So much. I mean, we got it. Literally every 5 minutes in March. Now it's April and it's like oh, the masters. You know, it's just that we taking it down a notch down here. We're taking it down a notch. Opening day. Bubba Watson now one under. You know what I'm saying? Like, we need to get with the cadence now of the sports world and we're trying to punch it back up. So debo, I'm hoping you did with Murray did, which was archived your photos. Not to lead them. Or you could just hire Kyler Murray's media guy, social media guy to put your photographs back on board. I mean, I'm looking at debo's page right now. He still has a full fleet of photos. Of what? They're just him like an outfit. Yeah, coming to work. He still has a 164 posts. Just nothing. He's not gonna go crazy when he looks fresh and clean as he does. He knows how to dress. He does. He can bring, he can bring all sorts of thunder on that front too. I mean, going back even further, there's some South Carolina photos. It's great. There's no forty-niners. Well, there is one. Again, the one to remind everybody that he's first team all pro. Well done. Excellent. Well played, sir. Well played. Let's see when James Garoppolo goes if they don't pay him then. Then we can talk. Then we'll talk. And we'll talk. But for the moment, thank you for the hell going on moment. That was great. I missed it. It feels awesome. Let's take a break. I can not wait one of my favorite guests on this program is back here in studio. One of my favorite shows on television is back on television in just a handful of days, Giancarlo Esposito when we come back right here on the rich eisen show. Back here on the rich eisen show, we just saw a trailer for the final season 6 and final season of Better Call Saul and the man who plays Gus Fring Giancarlo Esposito here in studio that the remarkable aspect about the drama that's built up is we know it's not even a spoiler alert that this is a prequel. We know your character's going to survive, right? We know Jimmy McGill, AKA Saul Goodman. It's going to survive. We know Jonathan banks, his character, is going to make it to the next day, Breaking Bad. But I'm still on the edge of my seat. It's unbelievable. It's truly amazing. Because you get a chance to see how these people make the decisions that got them to where you're going to pick them up or where you already know they've arrived. And to do that, dramatically, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, who is the showrunner of this particular show, they are brilliant at creating that tension that allows you moment to moment edge of your seat, filmmaking, every frame is like a film. It's a visual story, and they've mastered the visual story. I'm so proud to be a part of this show in this new incarnation of Better Call Saul. That is not a bookend. You know, many people think it'll be a bookend to what Breaking Bad was..
"esposito" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"It really means the world to me. It makes it possible for me to continue to spend time talking with all of the people that you love. It also helps me to pay Sierra who does all of our booking on this show and I really can't tell you how much it means to be supported. Again, that's Patreon dot com slash query. But hey, let's take a minute and thank the quiros that have supported thus far. Those people who got a shout out today are Leslie guidos, Katie, gagliardo, Robin Moxley, francine, bell bena, Gemma Douglas, chantel, mcclellan, mcclellan, yep, pet Gardner, Stacey M, Tanya Joseph, Erin, ultrasound, Bobby Dahmer, Mara, Barra, liesel Jensen, Beck, Ethan Peterson, Amy a pole of Adolf ski, levon sewage, Jen Graf Perkins, Yannick, Morgan, Brenda, esposito, that's my actual mom, Fiona ding, Jamie, Danny elkhorn, audra, Catherine Michaels, Hannah McIntyre, Hannah, Rachel mcentire, Hannah booth, Britney Carlson, Chloe vicker, and Kevin Frey. I also want to say that there is a level that you can become a patron of the show at where you can be invited to once a month chat with folks who also are patrons at that level. And let me just say that I actually really love this time. We meet on Sundays usually and for just an hour and these folks have been an important part of my last year and I know that they've also created community for themselves and stay in touch and have and have each other's information off that chat. And it really is, you know, if you're somebody who is looking for community right now, loves this podcast wants to benefit this podcast, I would really happen to be able to. I would really recommend that because for me, being part of that community has meant a lot. So thank you all so much for your support and keep at it in 2022, please. This is a show about individual experience and personal identity. There may be times.
"esposito" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I ask you a question really quick? Yeah. Do you go by cammy that was so funny? I don't know why I found that so sweet and so you're very curious because you know to me? Because at first I was like, who the hell is hammy? And I'm like, oh, family's favorite Cameron. You know, I really appreciate that question. I don't really go by cami. But it's sort of like, it's like a third person way that I speak about myself in wow, I'm just realizing this now. In sort of a way that I think denotes a part of myself, it's a little different than Cameron esposito. Like, that's cool. I used to do a live show here in LA and there was like a fan club. Wow. That was called cammy's little sweeties because I would call the audience a little sweeties and anyway. They made their own shirts for a minute. That existed. And I think but when I think about it, why the book club is named that as opposed to the camerons. I think, you know, as a reader as a little kid and as a little kid, I did not go by cammy. I only want to buy Cameron, but even then you were like absolutely not. Yeah, exactly. Why I have a familial nickname, but it's not cami. Are you going to tell us that I can tell you what my familiar name is? Never previously revealed your relationship. Yeah, absolutely. It's a.
"esposito" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Members who add vanishing deductible, get a $100 off for every year of safe driving. We put members first. Because we don't have shareholders. I let Paul take this one. Absolutely, Julia Roberts. Yes, absolutely correct. Thank you. Good job. Thank you. You know that you know that. You were so confident from honestly, I don't she has a very distinct voice to me. I feel like I am not good at this game. My wife is the one who's always like, oh, that's whoever. And I'm like, oh yeah, it is. And it's the kind of thing where like I can hear the voice and I know that it's somebody that I can't, I can not connect it to a face. I think there's something wrong with my brain. No, I mean, there might be a thing with like, you know how people have faced blindness? That may also be a thing for voice sports. I'm voice blind. Yes. I have some face blindness. Yeah. That's why I enter a restaurant first so that if there's anyone we know, I can point them out. That's amazing. My therapist is like, I will diagnose you. I think it's true. I don't think you do have face blindness. 'cause oftentimes I'll go into the wrong therapy room and she has to. She's ten minutes she's like, it's real, it's real. Okay. This is the last clue of the game. It's the biggest thing that ever happened to small. At least the GLA two 50 SUV for just 3.99 a month at your local Mercedes Benz dealer. Oh wow, Jon Hamm. Jon hammer. A powerful version. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's a very muscly job. He's serving Mercedes energy, and I think that's what, you know, he understood the assignment, as they said. Mercedes swagger back. That's right. We'll play another game with Lucien Paul after the break and later from bitter call Saul and The Mandalorian John Carlo esposito will join us so hide your baby Yoda's. I'm a fear eisenberg and this is ask me.
"esposito" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"There is. there is something that makes sense here to me. This kind of a good jumping off place for the next thing to talk about which is so you know. You're talking about nikki. Lake sort of being behind the scenes and then in wishing to have your own voice and moving forward and and. I don't know how curious how you feel about that chase. Because i do think that well i'll say i know like actually do know i do know again to one other person who works at the aclu and then. I'm like aware view. We don't know each other. But i'm aware of you and i don't know if it's because you are a trans guy who's also speaking about this litigation and so it's like the lived experience mixed with the expertise that makes you like a compelling person to follow I don't know. I don't know if that's what it is or it's just like the fact that you have your own platform but i'm curious if if this is a part of your job and the work that you do that you anticipated or that you like because you know for somebody. Who's whether like writing a brief or arguing a case in court at human about your own life. That's really different area. Obviously open to it because you did this special. You're on this podcast right now. But how does that feel to you. Yeah i mean this is a really complicated question that that doesn't go along the way it should be. I mean Comes up a lot in my mind. At least you know. I think You know and also in some ways. It should come up a lot because the question to always should be. We are human beings and we bring our full selves to everything that we do. And i think there's this assumption in law that there is some sort of like science to it not that any science is is is extricably from human beings you know like everything is through the lens of the people who are you know presenting it or observing it or whatever But think we see this a lot of journalists to you which is like well what is the subjectivity of the person who's telling the story and laws narrative as much as anything is narrative is much journalism is narrative as much as any storytelling narrative And so we bring our selves to the work that we do. And i think that there is even you know. There's all these interesting really problematic. Things that came up i i remember like in the marriage litigation At there was you know efforts to get gay. Judges accused from cases as if only gauge has a sexual orientation only. You know if you're seeing if you're in if you're like not in the dominant than you were seen as having activity if you are the dominant. Then you're seeing as being the neutral right and so then if you're presumed to be not neutral then you're subjectivity is always more visible and your identity is more visible and so i think that that becomes a really big part of sort of how does identity figure in to the work that we do as advocates and think for me. When i started at hillsdale you. I was like i'm never doing communications. I don't want to be a public figure But at what ended up happening. Was i in my very first year at the aclu started representing chelsea manning And chelsea for those. Who don't know who tells the is was There is still a whistle blower who You know had well long before what we think of leaks now had sort of turned in the public interest folks around. She was a military yes. She was She was an in the military and she was a rannel esten. She had access to a lot of information ended up. Exposing a lot of war-crimes the horrible actions of our government In was arrested and ended up you know went went to trial in the legal. The military legal system. It was very clear that she was trans during that time. She's not come out as trans until after she was sentenced and i was working at the aclu at the time the zeal. You have been very involved in her case for a number of reasons concerns about the way she was being prosecuted. Espionage act Lots of concerns about her conditions of confinement so we were connected to our keys. And i was like this is a trans person. I'm very worried about her health and wellbeing. She comes out. I end up becoming her lawyer. It's a very public race. And i start getting asked to do media and at the time when thirteen this is like pre laverne kochta's tipping point. This is like the very beginning of like janet mock in lorraine starting to be more visible. We're starting to have more visible transpeople but the very first media interview that i did on karen was democracy now which is a very left show. Yeah yes super super. Laugh that chopper moderately mainstream thing. You can't get more late so i don. I'm supposed to talk about the constitution. Amy goodman says you're transitioning from female to mile. Tell us about that live on air. Oh wow and. I was like we. I was just so taken aback and it was. It was very much like i. I don't know if folks remember like this was also very close in time to in katie couric had carmen carrera in laverne cox on. Ask about their genitals air and did like that. Was i think right around the same time laverne had any both had this very sort of graceful response which was like. You cannot ask us this. And here's why So this is very much like a pivotal moment and trans representation in media and trans conversations in media but was still very early and everything was bad. That was active in process or out about. This is what was was out as transfer sure. But i was definitely not i was just i never even on the still lawyer and i thought i was going on to talk about eight of the constitution and to talk about these conditions of confining. There was another trans person on air so it wasn't like i was being outed although obviously i think anytime you're you're trans has disclosed without your consent. That's like an out in wasn't like nobody knew but it was very much like. Wow this is all we can see even when you're seeing a person who you're interviewing as a legal expert. There's the year salient as trans in your body. Becomes you know such a central part of the conversation and have since gone on democracy. Now you know a twenty times and have a very close relationship with the show and and worked with the producers and there are so many trans guests. And i've been on consistently in. The conversation has changed dramatically in these last eight years but in two thousand thirteen it was like there was no real comfort with having someone who was noon to be trans as any as as a person who's an expert on this person is an expert on anything else and essentially what happened. After that was i is sort of saw the work in some ways as being inextricable from telling stories of trans ness and the easiest for me to tell was my own and my clients. Of course i have more control over my story and so i started to it with a lot of reservations. I will say especially in the beginning sort of use my own experiences as a tool and advocacy tool And to have done that consistently for the last eight years. Since i've sort of had a media had been engaged in public conversations and have worked really closely with laverne cox because we were friends and have done a bunch of different advocacy things together Which of course then creates its own media moment Which we've used very strategically over the years including in twenty nineteen at the emmys leading up to the arguments in the supreme court case But i will say it has taken away from my professional development opportunities as a lawyer that my sis counterparts have been able to have. It's like if. I'm spending all this time doing this..
Hall of Fame Chicago Blackhawks Goalie Tony Esposito Dies at Age 78
"The Blackhawks lost one of their legends. The numbers retired. He's in the Hall of Fame. Do you know that Tony Esposito's last season? Was 1984? He still 10th all time in goalie winds in NHL history? Tonio is one of only 13 players in the history of the league to ever have at least 400 victories here. He was a trend center. He was one of the early pioneers of the butterfly style of goaltending, which is pretty. I mean, that's not pretty. I mean, is ubiquitous throughout the league today. I mean, the only way really goalies play. I guess. Some would argue that there is a It's a little bit of a hybrid. Maybe now more than seven. Um, but I mean, he was one of the early sort of pioneers of of that whole thing in that entire style where you got away from the stand up gold and you started. They started playing in the butterfly. Great, Great Black Hawk.
Interview With Actor, Designer, Jonathan Bennett and Jaymes Vaughan
"I always have guessed introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourselves sure. I'm jonathan bennett. And this is my fiance. Say your name baby on that. Say out breathing out so they can hear your name. What is your name. Babe james von there. We go so far. It's going great. Yeah it is going great. This is ideal. Because i'm really feel like i'm really capturing something of your dynamic in the the reality between two you are engaged. You're engaged. we are engaged thing. Love that joke. 'cause we're gay and we're engaged sure yet so we're get. Let me explain the joke for you. In case you didn't get i so good good do guy nail i follow. Nailed it very. Yeah jonathan you had kind of a big year. It feels like to me. I'm just an outsider. Looking at your life does that feel true to you. Yeah i mean this is ben. it's not only a big year but super special year like it's just been there so many groundbreaking things that have happened in the past year with us and with just clear visibility in the media and it's been such a. It's almost like when it rains. It pours like we didn't set out to do any of these things but all of a sudden things started happening. And it's kinda snowballed into this movement that we're just so proud of
"esposito" Discussed on Esports Network Podcast
"What do you look for before? Buying into a startup before buying into an industry, right? Do you look at people? You look at Trends, the market resource, is it a combination of all these things? You look at before saying, let's make a move into. I don't know Maritime industry. It's make a move into space, like what exactly do you look at before you hop into those in dog? Just yeah, I always liked the dearest to trade. So if it's a startup that's courting me that wants me to join them. I come on as part of the team, I don't work as an outsider. I don't do passive took the money as they say, it's okay, what what are you currently doing right now? And I start to look at and analyzed pipeline to print business projections and and evaluations and often times, they startups create valuations that are not sustainable, not realistic. They go to the market and they try to raise money then they run out of money when they're trying to raise money again. And before, you know, it, they're deluded of their own company and then they're miserable. So I like to immediately come in and say, okay, let's think of it like glorified matchmaking, you guys are going and doing X, Y, and Z. I'm holding all these companies resources and opportunities. How can we make you more valuable? How can we make you more profitable and more importantly, how can we show you how to make money off? Today's world, is the best time. I've never said this before, but to take on debt, you know, all these opportunities out whether they're banking deals, there's, there's free money basically out there. And if you had revenues and you had projected job, As you can be able to go out and borrow money, you don't give up your equity and you're able to still have profitability. So, to answer your question, I go in as part of the team and make sure we can work well together and make sure that everything is on the up-and-up. I want to make sure everything that they're saying is legitimate. See what they're missing. What can make them more successful and then I start to give them the resources they need. And then after a few months of that it is not personal Capital, private capital or 7 4 Street strategic Apple that goes into fueling the business not to go into fueling the hope of a business it's going to go in and and it's going to be the support they need to be able to get a more powerful, have some more ratings coming in and be more profitable.
Brian J. Esposito, Founder of EIE,1 on Investing in Start-Ups
"Do you look for before? Buying into a startup before buying into an industry, right? Do you look at people? You look at Trends, the market resource, is it a combination of all these things? You look at before saying, let's make a move into. I don't know Maritime industry. It's make a move into space, like what exactly do you look at before you hop into those in dog? Just yeah, I always liked the dearest to trade. So if it's a startup that's courting me that wants me to join them. I come on as part of the team, I don't work as an outsider. I don't do passive took the money as they say, it's okay, what what are you currently doing right now? And I start to look at and analyzed pipeline to print business projections and and evaluations and often times, they startups create valuations that are not sustainable, not realistic. They go to the market and they try to raise money then they run out of money when they're trying to raise money again. And before, you know, it, they're deluded of their own company and then they're miserable. So I like to immediately come in and say, okay, let's think of it like glorified matchmaking, you guys are going and doing X, Y, and Z. I'm holding all these companies resources and opportunities. How can we make you more valuable? How can we make you more profitable and more importantly, how can we show you how to make money off? Today's world, is the best time. I've never said this before, but to take on debt, you know, all these opportunities out whether they're banking deals, there's, there's free money basically out there. And if you had revenues and you had projected job, As you can be able to go out and borrow money, you don't give up your equity and you're able to still have profitability. So, to answer your question, I go in as part of the team and make sure we can work well together and make sure that everything is on the up-and-up. I want to make sure everything that they're saying is legitimate. See what they're missing. What can make them more successful and then I start to give them the resources they need. And then after a few months of that it is not personal Capital, private capital or 7 4 Street strategic Apple that goes into fueling the business not to go into fueling the hope of a business it's going to go in and and it's going to be the support they need to be able to get a more powerful, have some more ratings coming in and be more profitable.
"esposito" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Hey all there's a new book. I think you should check out the witch king by h. e. edge men published by injured. Press all hail the king and king eight in order to save a fait kingdom a transgender which must face his traumatic past the royal fiance. He left behind in this intoxicating new fantasy series series from debut author h. e. edmund selected as an indie next pick. Which king is beloved by booksellers everywhere with one bookseller calling it a smart bold queer contemporary fantasy that balances romance and adventure with sharp commentary on social justice and the politics of power perfect for fans of holly black and adam silvera. I have just received this book in the mail. And i truly can't wait to read it like i truly can't wait to read it so thank you to the which king for not only sponsoring the podcast but also for sending it to me. The witch king h edmund is sold wherever books and audiobooks are sold. This is a show about individual experience and personal identity. There may be times when folks use identifying words or phrases. That don't feel right to you. That's part of what we're exploring here. Please listen with an open heart. And as always i welcome your plate engage feedback and i encourage you to continue the conversation in your own life and with your own community. Welcome to query queiroz. Cami here today on the show. The oh germain star of work in progress on showtime star of the politician on netflix. All around charming person. Alex talking to also. Let's say you are somebody who loves me. Well great news. I'm doing a live show here in l. a. july nineteen. I'm doing to live shows in new york august. Twenty six and twenty seventh. Let's go ahead and see there and let's say you don't live in la or new york but you think all of cami. How can i keep query going. Well one thing that has happened this year is that a launched a patriot on you can go to patriot. Dot.
Interview With Mae Martin From the Series 'Feel Good'
"We treat yourself. I always guests introduce themselves are now remembering we. Did this. live the live episode. We did it live at the london. Podcast festival yeah. I feel like this is more the the true the true essence of the now. We're getting that's exact now. It's like now we're going to get one but like let's do the real one. Yeah now do the real shot I'm martin i'm a comedian and other often. I'm having a pretty good pretty time in life. It's a nice day. Yeah yeah he's talking to you. I'm going to be talking to you too. You gotta show. You've show that's great. Thanks that's probably. I'm sure there's probably a high crossover between people who listen to your chest. Podcast in and watch your show. That feels like i think you're right. I just straight up black dot just to yeah just a one to one that ven diagram is just a circle. I think and i remember the last time we talked you. Were like so. What have you got going on. And i couldn't. I can say it had been. I wasn't allowed to set but since then done two seasons. Yeah and actually because the second season is just coming out. Now we're like came out last week or something like that timing. I watched it. But i have but i love the first season and i'm very excited to find out what continues to happen. Thanks yeah it's it's it's a rocky road but i think it's a satisfying ending because that's it now. I'm not going to do a third one bedroom. Yeah that's it. We only have just. Yeah just like a love story with the proper ending. That's wonderful. yeah so mean financially not wonderful. But i don't know that's stupid but creatively. It's you know it's cool. Because i think if you if you were to keep just throwing throwing problems at one couple you'd have to like every at the beginning of every season you have to undo all the personal growth that those characters made just eternally and i wanted them to actually grow and then leave them in a pretty good place.
Interview With Musician, Claud
"I always have guests introduce themselves. Would you introduce yourself. Yeah hi. I'm claude musician. Yeah that's all. I know about myself but it is. It is that the. that's actually. Yeah there's a lot there's a lot to learn that's exciting. I like to you know leave. It open ended here. Here's looking good. Thank you so is yours. Oh my god thank you. I just went swimming in now. I have that wet boy. Look but everybody's trying to get jealous. I wanna go swimming. Oh it's a you know. There's a local y. Near i live. And i go for early morning. Lap swims with like People that are like in their eighties and me and the nice secretly racism matt this before you came on i secretly. There's always like one pretty good swimmer. Who definitely swim in college or something. And i tracked them under the water and secretly raced them. They don't they definitely know. I'm doing this. But that's my that's my current lifestyle is swimming amidst the that's gonna be right like still like eighty like up in the morning like still in the world is not sound like a dream. Yeah that's like oh you know when you're like walking down the street in some the someone's walking in front of you and it's not like they're walking to slow but you wanna pass them now. I have to like a really fast walk at least a block otherwise talk.
Interview With Writer, Author, Lauren Hough
"I always have guests. Which lets you start. I always have guests interest. Will you introduce yourself a trust. See that saves you from pronouncing the name Lauren huff a writer. I have looked at your pilots. And there it. You'd be surprised how many people use that no matter where you put it though so sure absolutely carmen my entire life. That's not even the same name but that absolutely is something that people people whatever you know. You're i missed the rest of the intro. Because i was just how i knew how to pronounce. Your last name is very proud of myself. wasn't a very eloquent intro I don't know how to introduce myself Writer who wrote a book. i guess it's probably writers. Do see fucking great at. This job is interesting because i mean that's sort of thing that your book is about is i guess maybe a not not having a fixed identity because you've had a ton of jobs that are outside of the writing world. It's not like you were a person who went to undergrad and wrote and then below wrote for the rest of your life and never did anything else. You've had a lot of different things that you've done. Yeah i think that's probably why it's hard to say. I'm a writer Bouncer until last year The cable guy. Before that i still it's Yeah i still get on twitter. Oh you're the cable guy. So yeah it's it's a strange feeling that suddenly a book out of this expectation that i'll be any less of a
Skate the Pain Away
"Comedy from twin hills community. Church where we're giving our megachurches. Tiny family fail each week. We introduce you to members of our church staff or our community. I consider it a true treat in a treasure. As you know. I'm always joined by my co host. He's the youth pastor for our high school ministry called climax. Please welcome gray house. Everybody stern guardship crisis. Says the devil. Highly how i use is I am blessed. How are you great. How was your week halley. I had a great weekend with my teens in climax just really into recruitment right now cool. Because i'm trying to grow numbers because i really believe that if you can attain the climax wants the gonna come again and so i did this really cool event this weekend. It was called skate. The pain away skate the pain away. Esselin what we did is built huge half pipe in the gym because apparently teams really like skateboarding. And what i did was before you can drop in meaning you know before you can actually skateboard on it. I would do a within. And we would just as god to take away the pain in their life and replace it with grace. It was just so moving halley. I'm glad it was a success. It really was. You know we did have nine broken bones. Which kind of a disappointment. Because i guess a lot of them had never even skateboarded before in this big half pipe. But you know. I really do think they took a leap of faith and that is important confirmed. I
Michigan isn't getting extra vaccine to fight COVID surge
"Has the highest number of new coronavirus cases in the country. As a result, the state's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer, has asked for it increase. And the number of vaccine doses center state to deal with the crisis. The Bite administration has said no, reportedly claiming the state is not efficiently allocating the vaccine that it has received. Governor Whitman responded to that charge on CBS's face The Nation. I don't think there is the governor in the country that's leaving any vaccines on the table, and I can tell you that's certainly the case of Michigan. We are getting shots and arms. We got over a million shots in arms just in the last two weeks.
Ovechkin scores goal 718, Capitals snap Islanders win streak
"In Washington, the capital is getting a 31 win over the Islanders. The Islanders nine game win streak has been snapped in the process and in the wind Alex Ovechkin scoring goal number 7 18 in his career. Officially passing Phil Esposito for sixth All time on the NHL's all time goal scoring list
Ovechkin scores goal 718, Capitals snap Islanders win streak
"Alex eventually moved up to sixth on the NHL all time goals list while helping the capitals beat the islanders three to one that can climb to Hatta Phil Esposito with its seven hundred eighteenth goal a power play tally to give the caps a two nothing lead late in the second period obviously it's our history it Sir read number sona you know happy to be in the garden category but you know just move forward so that you can also set up T. J. Oshie call and Nicholas Backstrom also scored as Washington won its sixth in a row Oliver Wahlstrom had a power play goal for the Isles who had won nine in a row and collected points in twelve straight games the outcome leaves the caps and Isles tied atop the east division with Washington owning a game in hand I'm Dave Ferrie
CBS News poll: Americans see better days ahead in pandemic and economy
"CBS news poll out today shows optimism when it comes to how Americans are feeling as we see better days ahead in the pandemic. Ah, specially when it comes to the economy, the poll finds 67% of Americans think President Biden is doing a good job while 32% say he is not Though exhausted from the yearlong pandemic, confidence about containing the outbreak is hitting new highs. The manager of surveys, Fred Backus, says many see their futures differently. Some Americans think their lives will be changed in some ways permanently. As a result of the outbreak, nearly half 47% think how they spend their free time will never be quite the same again and about four in 10 say there will be lasting changes in their relationships with other people, how they view their politics and the way they do their jobs. Matt Piper CBS
Ovechkin leads Capitals past Flyers for fourth straight win
"Alex eventually netted his seven hundred sixteenth career goal and Carl Haglund added a goal and an assist in the capital's fourth straight win five for Philadelphia Haglund says his team is playing well right now I think we've done a good job coming out with a lot of energy each game the middle score the first goal and you can see we're doing pretty good job too defensively well that's composed within one of tying Phil Esposito for sixth on the NHL's career goals list twenty fired a wrist shot in the second period to put the caps up for two Nick Jensen Daniel Sprong and nic Dowd also scored for Washington which is one eighty nine no one Patrick James van Riemsdyk Shayne Gostisbehere Claude Giroux scored for the flyers who have lost four of five I'm Dave Ferrie
Interview With YouTube Influencer And Comedian, Bob The Drag Queen
"High cameron. How are you honestly. Though worst headache hungover no no. No no no i you know what i can't i i can't figure out what's going on it just always over my left i would do. I find him right. That's part of what's going on. This is well this. This is what doctors appointments are like these days like he. Just put your asshole the camera. Now i'll do a couple a command shift for looking at the screen. Grab of your of your amos. He sent me some dick pic to your doctor at kaiser permanente dot absolutely how how well first of all let me. Just start by. By the way i would love to include all of that. I think that was that was gold and it will train our listeners. To what we're expecting for your bob directly but would you would you introduce yourself. I always have guests introduce themselves. Name is bob the drag on as a he him. She her hers. I am a drag comedian. I m youtuber. I am one of the hosts of hbo's where ear. And i am a living icon. Okay out. that feels true to me. That's how i'm experiencing toby weird. I love it eventually becomes true. Yes that's right absolutely well. What an honor for me to be recording here. Yeah you've had a you've had a big couple of years. It feels like i know you. You've been working in drag for a long time. But it feels like for you know from where i'm positioned at home perpetually possessed by the way i'm in west hollywood right. Now i live in pasadena. You're apologizing forward pasadena but we'll feel important because like there's a part of pasadena that's the cheesecake factory. But i live at the base of the mountains. So i just want to be very clear. I'm a mountain lesbian. These days not a cheesecake factory godless man. This is worth noting. But you're in west hollywood. What is actually that. That is a great place to start. Because i haven't been there during the pandemic and what an interesting place to be hanging out because it's usually somewhere that is so lively and terms of nightlife and in terms of foot traffic on the street for la. It's a different kind of a place. Was it like over there right now. Very blake lively blake. Lively matters But right now it is. The pandemic has changed a lot. It's actually a straight neighborhood. Now could you imagine it is now just a full on straight neighbor. Okay so i have been. I moved here during the pandemic. And i have some context for west hollywood. But it's very limited either in this apartment where i've been renting for a little over a year now or i'll be on the gay bars strip There was never any in between. I mean they're still you know people other walk into. I actually saw the two people today. Who really look like their dogs. It was wild like stock. He'd like dad body type guy walking a little like french bulldog and then there's like Yoga looking white lady with white hair with just like a skinny little completely white dog and these people look like their dogs. You look like my dog. That's true. Yes i have like. Just a teeny dog with like hair under ears that comes out to the side and it just it does feel like we're meant to be a little bit of blonde the tip whereas grown out highlight. That's actually like seriously that is what my shirts all the time. Yeah very you can't tell what size she is because she's proportionate but she's smaller than you think. Actually i have a dog that looked like me out. A black labrador in those jet black was a little. Floppy there was a chow mix. And he's always like my dog and he used to drive me crazy because my dog was jet black tie that feels but it was other black people so it felt a little upsetting. I thank god. I really grew up running the white people. I didn't even know y'all existence a couple of years ago. Where did you grow up. I grew up in georgia groping them all over georgia all of the south really but mostly georgia small town big town in columbus georgia which is This home of the infantry. So if you're if you ever were airborne ranger you probably learned it at for banning And then i moved to atlanta.
Cuomo Apologizes For ‘Misinterpreted’ Comments, Refers Sexual Harassment Investigation To New York Attorney General
"Hour, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo acknowledged for the first time It's some of his behavior with women had been misinterpreted as unwanted flirtation and said he would cooperate with a sexual harassment investigation led by the state's attorney general. Here's correspondent Ed O'Keefe. Cuomo's calling on the state's attorney general to appoint an independent investigator to look into the allegations detailed in today's New York Times Attorney General Letitia James said that the governor had to formally requested investigation in order for her office to launch one Latest allegations comes the governor's also facing a federal investigation into how he oversaw in nursing homes during the pandemic, notably today, Even the White House press secretary said that President Biden Ah, long time ally of Cuomo, backs an independent investigation. All of this could affect Cuomo's plans to run for an unprecedented fourth term. In
Finding Authentic Happiness With Aidan Park
"Always curious as to what people say about themselves because i don't know like sometimes people list credits talk about career stuff. Sometimes people talk about personal ways that they identify. You know there's a lot of. It's a lot of wonderful options here. You sure pronouns. People people can do. Many iterations of things have happened. My government asked to do this. But i will okay so i wrote a book called the art of being gay about finding authentic joy. Yahoo i am. He have pronoun. And i'm i'm a comedian and erin and the bad aspects you have a great laugh and important. You thank you as a comedian. I feel like that's something that i don't find myself to be a big laugher because i think over time trained that out of myself to be to seem like a tough guy in the comedy world. This is not a way to be. I'm not. I'm not pitching this to anybody. Don't be like this. But it's a delight to hear your of very genuine and explosive laugh. How how the joke about that. I mean literally the beginning in the beginning of my career. They were like okay. I'm a weirdo. i'm. I'm a bit of a quirky person okay. So in the beginning. I thought by jokes hilarious so i go up the joke even if the win thought it was funny at laugh. Even people sometimes completed the sentence. I be like oh. Yeah and then. I'm like wait a minute. I didn't say the jokes you chat lap would be those moments and so people were like man. You shouldn't laugh at your jokes. i don't care. I think i'm hilarious. I really like it. Won't one of me you know that. Sounds like freedom what you're describing. it's freedom. I feel. I feel i have that i do feel free And any also to be somebody who works in the comedy space and then write a book about finding authentic happiness. I gotta say for me. I'm on that journey myself. I'm trying to think we may have a common destination that we hope for that. I think is also kind of unusual. I think that having an interest in genuine happiness is i think people that maybe work outside of comedy. That would seem like it makes sense. But that's not been my experience. I get the audience is having fun. But i don't usually find that comics or people who are prioritizing
Athlete Chris Mosier on Being a Trans Athlete and the Queerness of His Sport
"Everyone my name. Is chris mosier my pronouns him his i am a How you just stumped me in the first question how you want your audience to know me. So i am the first out a transgender athlete to make team usa. I am an advocate activist for transition in sport. My mission is to make it easier for every person who comes after me to make sure that everybody knows that they have the opportunity to play the sports that they love and be their authentic selves. And i'm the founder of trans athlete dot com which is leading resource for trans inclusion in sports. And will you also talk about your sports specifically like what. What is your specialty. Yeah definitely this is fun. So i started off as a triathlete when i first transitioned actually before transition identifies a trans man. I was raised in socialized. This female grew up playing girls and women's sports but in two thousand ten decided to make medical transition transition categories. Kind of the short version of this is that. I wanted to make sure that i didn't lose my opportunity to play sports and so delayed transition for a while before. Actually the saying that transition. Because i didn't want to lose my ability to compete in sports so triathlon was the first part swim bike run and then i moved over to duathlon so duathlon is run bike run. It's a lesser known sport. It's associated with triathlon. It's super fun. And i don't like cold water so it's perfect remain and then last year in january twenty twenty. I went to the olympic trials for race walking so i was first trans man to make it to him. Men's olympic trials and i was in race walking. It was a sport. I picked up the year before Because i know somebody who is race walker and they recruited me and it was super fun. Okay this is this is. I'm sure the question that you get the most often after saying that. But how difficult is it to not break into a run when you are race walk. I just want to really understand the mechanics of like. I know my body can go faster than this if i do this other thing but the rules are right right right. So are you familiar with the rules. Let's talk about it. Yeah no i. Don't i mean i've seen it. I've certainly seen it. And i would imagine. That are very specific. Rules on what your body can do. That has to be true right right right right so the difference between a run and race walk is that your leg has to be straight when it hits the ground so your front leg has front knee has to be straight when it hits the ground and then you can't break that knee so bended until it's under your body. Ramen other thing is that one foot has to be on the ground to the human eye at all times so it has to look at if you slow down wow will do liftoff but so it has to look like you are on the ground at all times with one foot. So how hard is it like. It's funny that's not. Actually the question that i get the most the question that i think. I'm pretty interesting with my nose. It's around race walking like come easy on yourself. Question i get the most around race. Walking is was it harder to come out as a trans man or as a race walker. Which i love because it was way harder to come out as a race walker at this point in my life. If we're being honest. I didn't tell people about it for a while because i was like super because it's like the queerest sport that i could think of t tried to to go like You know in in the most wonderful
"esposito" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Not gonna go as far as saying would do but could do to kick-start america's post covid revival. I dunno get out of the way comes to mind joe. Lupino esposito is an attorney with the pacific legal foundation and shares his insights when he joins us at six thirty five nuggets. Vascular ball is the latest stories surrounding the mile high crew by listening to the whole show. Northern colorado's voice thirteen.
"esposito" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"My dog back home wakes up at like two and four a m just ready to eat and it's joe and she's also very old so her toenails are very long like an old woman with how and so she disliked clumps around the house like my parents literally have blankets on their floor just hermit unusual visual old women. I usually old people have like really long. Like don't cutting the older. You're like fingernails get very sick. I feel like i've this is what is new inside medical knowledge. This either way. Older people. I don't i have not. I don't know my lonely knowledge that my grandmother does not have toenails. That's all i can add. All you know. They had to get them for some reason. I don't know her. Big toenails are gone. I think she has some other smaller ones. I don't know what happened her. But you know what she's kicking. So oh my god you could have that remove. Because like i didn't either but now her toes look really janke you spending with her mother. I mean not that much time. But they've been like this. Since i was like in middle school so middle middle school sara was like let peop- that was told she just constantly wear sandals even the middle of the winter in michigan. So i don't know going is getting off to a great start. This is type of looking for jordan. He's all of this has already started with the only thing i want. The episode is old woman donuts. That's why i'm here today. I mean my turn are destroyed because of for a lot of years of like being an athletic shoes. I actually kinda liked that. They're destroyed to be honest. It makes me feel like static on your hardcore thing. Yeah that's right anyway. Personally i always have guests introduce themselves. Would you to introduce yourself sure. My name is sarah <hes>. I am one of the co hosts of sand lake but okay. Which is podcasts where we talk about love relationships sexuality and pretty much anything else. You just don't understand specifically from in a romantic a sexual a spec perspective and no means ace back just means like the whole spectrum of like age sexual romantic. Yeah we we use that term a lot. Because it's like very overarching and you don't have to like say all of the specific terms. Thank you for telling me a nice and short. Yeah we're lazy. Yeah yeah and then kayla who were you. I'm kayla second co host of sounds fake but okay <hes>. And i identify as demi sexual hetero romantic insist gender. She her pronouns. I guess i'll just do it all i'll say. Oh yeah i. I also use pronouns just here to throw those in and i was so i have to my own humiliation. I have not had a sexual guest on the podcast until very recently <hes>. Literally yesterday a chat. And i'll handle la loving and then i'm in remaining y'all these will not come out. They will not. Yesterday is the podcasting time. This will not necessarily be how people working in their in their phones. But this is this is something. I guess i want to start by asking because android this up and i thought it was like such a good point sue. Do you to personally consider yourselves like members of the key queer slash lgbtq. I a community. I asked this just because kayla. You're saying like sis and had romantic. So i don't know if as sort of generally large writ large alphabet city whether or not we talk about whether or not a sexual folks consider themselves part of the community. So what about you too. Yeah i mean. I consider myself a part of the community. I am of as a person who's aromatic andy sexual. I am of the opinion that anyone who is a spec should be able to be a part of the queer community if they want to. Some people don't feel that they want to. But i mean for me. My view is you know we don't experience attraction in the quote unquote normal way that you know since hat like people necessarily experience it and so because we are not in this particular. We don't experience sexual romantic attraction necessarily in the same way that heterosexual people do like. I consider it obvious that of course we deserve a place in this community. For that reason. I consider myself queer
"esposito" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"Even you've saved the humanitarian power of. This was the worst business decision. If i still there in the heart of what you're doing and you're still you're still holding onto that which i love and it was say what silicon valley was that resonate rate vanna company. I'm not. That's that's what i was and it was based off the fired shots in honor of working with that whole team and they're We have a lot of great announcements to make we actually with the network on you saw. We launched the am one which is the first whereab- device launched the help calm privately and securely do contact tracing for employees and students to get them back to work so we use our network. Part avenue became an award winning wearable and we think it's the most important device to get people to work and school because what it does. Is it monitors you in close proximity. Make sure you're staying The right distance apart but if hr gets notified that one of these employees is infected. They pay not device and then it notifies all the other devices that were in close proximity over the last two weeks that those employees need the. Now stay home get tested be monitored. The important thing about that is no where how production plan services schools don't have to shut down the entire air facility if one person's sick because that one person may have only been near a dozen or so people not hundred thousands of people So we we think we have something really important. And the beauty of nodal. It's a wireless network. We can create these use cases in these technologies on top of it however they come up and we do it as quickly as possible. That's pretty annoyed. I just read mris season. What you're not just your your passion for everything fantastic. I absolutely loved the you talk about it. I think we have to do it. But i think i could talk to you about these absolute hours all century really good interested in on the table. Bay of a crypto fan. So you might get one more phone you network in the uk. Join over the next few hours..
"esposito" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"Absolutely love that stood out for me for nothing but i say nothing about the name until i dug it and so what the company didn't realize the east nassar related ventilation technology and unlike you're involved in some really cool stuff. But what's what what sort of businesses motion you'll boat and what you most excited the involved in an environment. Yeah i hate my my answer. Because i get asked that a lot. It's everyone i mean anyone. My name is on it. I don't care if they're doing zero business or a lot it. They're they're all equally important. My name is there. So i have to have to make sure that they're always top priority as as Unrealistic as gazette seems every day. There's there's movement i am i preach this On gonna chart preach. Let's move an inch today. Okay i just need to see movement. At the end of the month we've moved thirty inches and then we can look back and look at the accomplishments. Small accomplishments i think are so much more important than the big wins because keeps the team motivated it. There's fluidity I often compare businesses to flowing stream. That's inviting one. Drink from anyone splash your face with it. You don't wanna do that with a doll stagnant pond. That hasn't moved in the same thing with with business or project. Or i p or technology yet see movement you gotta show energy gotta show excitement. And that's what i love to do. It's not just the story but then then again it's taking my holding so if i get brought into a company it's okay you're on you something you make something up with this holding this partner. Let's put this news announcement out this week. Let's get this one setup for three weeks from now but the real they're tangible in other really their moments and then then a teams fired off then. A company went from not knowing what to do being on a path growing hiring people. And i don't wanna say. I'm the reason that happened. I i just. I have a. I have a knack for seeing talent. Whether it's a singer product solution but i also have been nocco saying are your use cases are cool and i don't wanna change your vision while we add this little. Let's try this little use case over here. And all of a sudden that becomes the foundation of the company and then the you see momentum and momentum is so important to everything importance as athletes winning games. It's important to singer as and being on tore the importance of people building tack and whether the developing an app i've seen so many green engineers developing credible apps that never launched the app because it was never ready. It's never perfect..
"esposito" Discussed on Inspiration Nation
"Free pretty much. Everything you've said there seems from day. One that's been your goal is how add value to people and how you utilize those relationships for it as well. So it seems that's been ridiculing. You've said's some fortunate to extend intruder. It's not ways what you've got. What your skills are. It's who you know but again for yourself. You've got an absolutely fantastic network but again. I'm pretty sure when you were driving around selling now polish at the back of the car. You didn't have that fantastic network you've you've honed developed in you've utilize your skills to be able to grow that network over tall and tap into it and keep in contact people again. That's how we detaille. She reached out for friendly. Hello you sent a happy new year a few exchanges back and forth and then an an snowball chenevey put the effort in so is that a natural talent always had that relationship built in that reporting or if you have to grow develop value the tolling. Now i'm who i am. I think since eight years old which is disheartening. I've i've i've the youngest of four so i grew up really fast watching my siblings through ten to twelve years older ten to thirteen years older. So you see them. I hate saying make them do things. And and i learned that you shouldn't do that so i never really. I made mistakes plenty. But i grew up to But the relationship side is just always. It's always been in me and And i will tell you it is even more important on knowing who not to know than it is who knowing and who you now and There's there's so much value. Because i have you know i'm trusting to a fall I'll always think that people are inherently good. That's just how i'm wired but you have to be smart and you can't repeat revisiting the same characteristics in different people. You have to know who who should work with who you should go into partnership with and and who. You should not the only way you know who you should not is again going through some experiences and then when you meet somebody and they burn you a to chris wolcott. You should thank them. Pray for them that they do well so you never have to from them again and then when you meet somebody similar to those characteristics respectfully just disappear and make sure that they don't come back into your life and that's part of growing that's part of understanding. How do you survive. How do you get through the day. Before march twenty twenty. It was hard enough. And now you have another layer of of nonsense and and it's it's important And i shouldn't say things that would offend people. But i don't get involved in any of that noise i don't talk politics and all talk religion I just focus on what. I can't control and that that's that's my little world. This is my little nugget and Well if anything it affects that nugget logjam my do my best guard it and protect it. But i can't spend my day watching these news channels and listened to the interviews or watching post on twitter..
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"They need another support that they need. I know that they you know sometimes therapist. Sometimes i'm someone at answers all their problems and but a lot of time. I have to bite my tongue because if you want to run a company and if you want to be a. Ceo an entrepreneur. Then you need your ass kicked a little bit. You need to learn. So i have to take a step back sometimes and let them go through the process. Get get a little less green and understand how to deal with a problem and become stronger and smarter so when the next problem comes they can handle it. But i'm always there as as a rock for them out. I won't let it get too far but it's it is important for me to make sure that they're going through the process and a learning experiences so they can continue to to be better better business people. Yes i consciously help and build that resilience. I need that well. Won't you got carry when you run into business enough that i want to touch on. We talked to his business. Saw it you begin your social media as well of see you got fantastic following on linked. Tatum's locker said on twitter as well. And i saw you per a recent post you where is version to the always burke thing. You showed me a different. Why you got that journey success in your show in the difficult stuff on the why an awful. I really like graphic a four look and then attached to it. You you've done this wonderful article way. You just call your slave to. Sheep gone through the challenges. Everything i was. I started reading and like everyone else on the night of a very short attention span because we we million things in a million different white. It's not grabbed you in five seconds. You're onto the next thing. I know i read. That talks about him. And then i started going to comments to see what other people are are really lights and i think that honest approach is quite refreshing and you actually talked on. Abc open doing it. It's not just talking about success. And what donald show in flashy saying. You're actually saying this really fall. And the person i find it really hard sometimes and sometimes i even want even put myself rudy. So we'll game. Which is i fought fantastic but it takes a lot to put yourself out there like that. I mean takes a lot of investment in time to build up the network and stuff you social media and from what you said you know. Relationships and contacting people is really important but on that front of actually giving advice to offer people..
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"I was so happy to get that brand and and then i had. I had my little slice of the pie. We bought the products. We sell the product. So i can't complain. We we did well and we a business but my ceiling was here and we helped some famous celebrity become a billionaire with their. What their beauty brand or with their personal care brandon. And after you keep doing it over and over again. I couldn't believe how foolish i was where. I didn't make sure that i was part of the brand. Yeah just that was happy getting the distribution. I was happy we were able to carry it. That was my inexperience is where i should have been demanding more because they were coming to me. It's so much better when someone comes to you what something rather you go into them and trying to get. Get the play and So then i started thinking. Well what if. I owned band so in stupidly when out and built the band at knowing nothing about the music industry and made every mistake you can think of advising myself in a new industry on what the helmets was to do here and i have to make it work because i'm promoting it. I'm out there telling the story where we're going to build more wanting a bam and And we hit it we. We launched abandoned became a macy's iheart top twenty five rising star and it was all about the relationships At it's unfortunate it is who you know. I hate that. But that's the world that we live in america. How much money you have is certain things you can't buy access to. It's it's really about building a good reputation building a great relationship knowing when to tap into it went to not So and then nance in your question again very long we then i started say okay again value for me so when companies will come to me for help Which i used to save becoming to me for helping you really exhausted all your your your options. But.
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