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Dennis Prager Podcasts
"every single call" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"So anyway, I'm sharing this story, this personal story of mine on that promise you guys, I'm going somewhere with this. I literally thought I was just telling Sean McConnell. I thought this was gonna be a segment, but there's a problem with people on radio. They tend to have big big miles. But so here I am, I go into this courtroom setting, and then it's a juvenile court setting because my daughter because of my daughter, she's a, you know, she's a baby and so I go into this court setting thinking I'm gonna walk out with my daughter and my daughter is separated from me for two years. For two years, I got to see my daughter 15 minutes per week based upon a lie. Because they said that I was beating her and I thought the I thought the tides were turning in my favor and they had pictures of my ex-girlfriend, they took pictures of her back and there were these bruises on her back and I'm like, those didn't come from me. But they came from somebody. And they put it on me. I'll tell you that. It was insane. I never thought I would experience anything like this. And what's so crazy is, guys, just a month or two prior, I actually asked her to marry me. Broke as a joke, no money, bought a little cheap ring. Asked her to marry me. So here I am thinking I'm trying to get my life right. You know, I'm wanting us to be a family. I knew what the right thing to do was. I wanted us to be a family. I wanted that nuclear family. But as things transpired and as I went on in time, just not seeing my daughter, I missed my daughter, I watched my daughter every single evening. I worked in the evenings. I worked overnight. I would go pick my daughter up and I would keep her with me all day. I missed seeing my daughter. I missed that connection. And we had such a good connection that was disrupted during that time. Again, it was just absolutely absolutely insane. But I sat there thinking, I know this sounds crazy, but through all of that in my head, I was like, well, one day, one day we'll get back together one day. We'll be a family. That's what I thought. I know it sounds crazy. That's what I thought. That's what I thought. And then over time, as time progressed, I had to make some really tough decisions at a very young age. Do you want to be a father or not? And as things progressed in, as things progressed and sometimes I would go into a court setting I'd see her with this other boyfriend. I mean, it was just so crazy to me. I had to determine that if I was going to be a dad, I had to give up on this dream. I had to grieve it. To be a family. That nuclear family. That wasn't going to be my family. I had to grieve that. And it was really, really hard. I cried like a little baby so frequently, it's insane. I'm almost embarrassed to admit it. But I had to grieve that. Because I was in denial. I had a buddy of mine, still is a friend. I love him to death. Alex Ortiz and California who I had recently, not too long moved from California, and he was he would call me because he had gone through a custody battle and he would just coach me through it and he would tell me, Carl, you're too nice to squeaky wool gets the grease the squeaky. He will constantly say that to me. Every single time he would talk to me, coach me through it, he would console me at the end of every single call, Alex would say Carl the squeaky wheel gets the grease. I didn't even know what that meant at first. I'm like, what the heck? The squeaky wheel gets the crease, but obviously you figure it out. It starts making sense. And I had to realize, if my daughter was going to have a dad. If my daughter was going to grow up in a solid home because my life was changing drastically. And I knew that my ex was still very ghetto fabulous. I mean, the person she was hanging around with, I won't even go into detail. It blew me away. It blew me away. I mean, you talking about thug times 20 it blew me away. And I knew my daughter was around this. I had to grieve that. Okay, that family, that thing is over. I'm grieving this thing. I'm gonna fight like hell for my daughter 'cause no one is going to tell me how to be a dad. And the pushback I get from these government entities was insane. That's when I really started hating government. It had been liberal thinking before that, a really started hating government. But something happened. I learned that I had to grieve what was in order to accept what could be listened to me. I had to grieve what was in order to accept what could be. I had come to the conclusion that one day I was just going to be a good dad and perhaps I would have a family. I have that family now. I'm thankful for that. God really restored me in a different way. It was pretty amazing. It's pretty amazing. But I had to grieve..
"every single call" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Right, so on the call, Cindy parlo cone, the president JT Batson, the CEO and Ernie Stewart, the sporting director, Ernie Stewart, who was asked about it directly, said that Greg berhalter still under consideration for the national team manager role moving forward. That is, of course, pending the results of the investigation. Now the CEO, JT Batson was asked directly how he felt about it and he said he would be uncomfortable commenting on burr halter's candidacy until this investigation is complete. So clearly this investigation will impact what comes and what happens with Greg berhalter. In the meantime, as you see there on the screen, Anthony Hudson will take over on an interim basis. He is of course been an assistant under Greg berhalter. He's worked with the New Zealand national team as well. He'll take over for the January camp and the two friendlies that the U.S. has. He'll also be joined by another member of Greg berhalter, staff, and Mikey Varys, who is the very successful coach of the under 20 team. That will be the trio that at least in an interim basis will be leading the U.S. men's national team as this investigation unfolds because I really think guys until the investigation is complete. We won't have an answer on Greg berhalter. It's very clear from what we heard today. In this press conference in this media call and what we've heard in the reports over the last couple of weeks, Greg berhalter is a candidate to maintain his job as the national team manager and so until this investigation is cleared up, his Kennedy candidacy can't really be looked at with a clean slate. What does your gut say, said? I don't think there's any way that Greg berhalter can continue as the U.S. men's national team manager. I think there's no way that U.S. soccer can give him a second contract now. I understand that the headline here for a lot of people is blackmail. I want to make something very clear. Greg berhalter didn't use the word blackmail in his statement. U.S. soccer didn't use the word blackmail in their statement. It's very interesting that Greg berhalter chose to release this information because let's not forget this was not leaked by Danielle Reina. This was not leaked by U.S. soccer. This story was told by Greg berhalter via a statement on an unverified brand new Twitter account. Imagine the rush that Gregg berhalter must have been under to get his side of the story out if that's how he chose to tell this story. I don't believe that U.S. soccer can continue and they might not care what I think, but I think we've seen in the past. Sponsors carry a lot of weight when it comes to U.S. soccer decisions. And I can't imagine them seeing that the national team manager, whether the act was in 1991, I think is irrelevant here. Has only recently admitted to an act of domestic violence. I don't think sponsors will go for it, and I think that will mean that U.S. soccer. Whatever comes of this investigation will not be will not be moving on with Greg berhalter as the national team manager. They're just simply too much baggage now. There's just simply too much for U.S. soccer to kind of turn a blind eye and turn their back on information that is now available. That wasn't available in the past. And. I'm going to be very careful with this. If they felt strongly enough about the results in the World Cup and strongly I don't know about the future of the United States men's national team. Somehow this would be explained away. But I already think that there is a feeling and leaning in the direction tours, it's probably not the best idea to keep Greg berhalter and this only dose provides that final push and that you don't need this going forward. You don't need this conversation. You don't need the relationship of the origin and Greg berhalter to be at the center stage of every single call up. Because guess what? Jordan will be around for another decade. And he, if he continues to develop at the rate that we think he will, he's going to be the best player in this team for years to come. So if it is a race of who's going to outlast the arena or Gregory halter, where it is clear that you arena is going to be involved with the national team. Much further along the line than Greg berhalter will. And so if you're the U.S. soccer, I think you go with a clean start. And you start a clean process. You start a clean project and you're thinking about what's ahead and of course, the excitement of what's ahead is that 2026 World Cup, which you will be hosting. You can not. You can not take away from what this experience will be because you're dealing with accusations with drama with prime time soap opera. You don't need that. And even if we're thinking about four years ahead of time, I'm thinking in the whole process. I'm thinking about in the development of the reign. I'm thinking about the development of this U.S. national team of this young team that people get excited about. I think the team deserves a clean start. For me, for whoever, the new coach will be. Yes. How much does what's happening now affect what you do? With Georgia in the future. Well, I think at some point, during would have to have, if it hasn't happened already, a conversation with the parents. And this is a conversation that I thought was going the other way. I thought it was glad you arena and his wife Danielle Reiner having a conversation with you right and saying, hey, buddy. We got to show a little bit more maturity. I know he told you weren't going to be involved, but you still part of the team. You got to make yourself available. You still representing your country. This is the World Cup. This is not the word. This is another way to react. I apologize before and be ready to go for the next game. I can picture that that was a conversation that took place. I don't know that for certain. But I would hope that that would be the conversation. Now the conversation has to go on the other direction, in which geo has
"every single call" Discussed on WBUR
"Months and in my own play today I felt this week's been absolutely brilliant and thankfully all the way in there at the end. And week two continued in the new NFL campaign Super Bowl champions the LA rams got their first victory defeating the atlanti falcon's 21 points to 27. San Francisco forty-niners beat Seattle 27 7 and the Green Bay Packers have just defeated the Chicago Bears 27 ten Andy Bauer with the sport. Thank you. Now let's return to the funeral later today of Britain's longest serving monarch Queen Elizabeth II. Among the heads of state and other foreign dignitaries who will attend a very unusual guest, Monty Roberts, whose famous for training horses without violence. That's a method that impressed the queen, and it formed the basis of a friendship that lasted decades. In fact, in 2011 she made Monty and honorary member of the royal Victorian order, which is bestowed on people who served her majesty in a personal way. The BBC's Reagan Morris met Monty at his ranch on America's West Coast. A cowboy from California got some knighthood. Can you believe it? Monty Roberts is known as a real-life horse whisperer. When the queen heard about his nonviolent horse training, she invited him to Windsor to see his methods for herself. The queen was clearly impressed. Because that 1989 visit was the first of many. Inside his solvang California ranch Monte has documented their friendship with many framed photographs, letters and Christmas cards. The thing I guess I'm most proud of is in her office receiving the MVO knighthood. There's no cameras allowed in there, but her majesty did her thing and got a camera in there and took the picture and sent it to me. That's just the way she treated me through our entire relationship. Quite an unusual relationship we had where we were just the closest of Friends with the horses being our intermediary. And apparently she'd take your call at any time. I heard she was meeting with Michael Gorbachev and yeah, isn't it amazing all those years, and she took every single call. But one time I called
WNYC 93.9 FM
"every single call" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Among the heads of state and other foreign dignitaries will attend the queen's funeral tomorrow, a slightly unusual guest, a cowboy from California, Monty Roberts is famous for training horses without violence, a method that impress Queen Elizabeth and form the basis of a friendship that lasted decades. The BBC's Reagan Morris has been to meet monteiro's ranch in solvang California before he set off for London. A cowboy from California gets a knighthood. Can you believe it? Monty Roberts is known as a real-life horse whisperer. When the queen heard about his nonviolent horse training, she invited him to Windsor to see his methods for herself. But they got to know who's boss. I heard that so many times. The horse has to know who's boss. They don't have to know who's boss? The queen was clearly impressed. Because that 1989 visit was the first of many. Inside his solvang, California ranch Monte has documented their friendship with many framed photographs, letters, and Christmas cards. The thing I guess I'm most proud of is in her office receiving the MVO knighthood. And there's no cameras allowed in there, but her majesty did her thing and got a camera in there and took the picture and sent it to me. That's just the way she treated me through our entire relationship. Quite an unusual relationship we had where we were just the closest of Friends with the horses being our intermediary. Try not to have your voices any more than you have to. When we arrived at Monty's ranch, a family of deer responded to his whistle by racing to eat from his hand. He set the queen believed in his philosophy that animals perform better. If you build up their spirit instead of breaking it down. Was completely sold on the fact that horses do not need violence in their life to become broken. That's ridiculous. And apparently she'd take your call at any time. I heard she was meeting with Michael Gorbachev and yeah, isn't it amazing that all those years and she took every single call. But one time I called
The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"every single call" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Online where the game starts. Never came in. I love what I saw at a grant Williams. We've been talking all season long about they need a tough guy. They need someone who's just not going to just let stuff go by and just let it let it happen. And he was really physical out there. And that's what this, again, they need to see more of that. But really, this game, if we could talk about all the different shortcomings and all that bottom line, Tatum didn't get it done. That's the story. He did not get it done. And the bucks had a lot to do with that, but a lot of it was also went to hate him. He's got to be better. He has to be better. That's your top 5 guy, your first team all NBA, very likely. You're in the you're in the MVP conversation. You can't have, you can have off nights, but you got to be able to impact the game in some way. He didn't impact it in almost any way all night long. You can't be a zero. He was close to a zero. You know, bordering on a detriment, which is crazy to think. He just didn't help him at all. Your view on the officiating, I know people are hot on it. Look, and I know it comes with the territory when you play a guy like Giannis. It's a different set of rules. You have to accept that. Do you think it's gone beyond what's acceptable? This is what happens whenever you play them. He's going to get a number of what I call 50 50 calls. Ones where you can make an argument either way. He's going to get the majority of those. But that doesn't, to me, you can talk about that all you want to, but that has nothing to do with potato missing over charge. That is nothing to do with Tatum not doing the things that self express player should have been doing. Yeah, yeah, I'm just going to go every single call he got tonight and you still could have went to scale. If your best player Ashley played halfway decent. So if it's to me, blaming the officiating is like comfort food. Yeah, it feels good. Tastes good, but in reality, it doesn't do you any good. Yeah, it's pointless. So the Celtics had two to one in free throws, okay?.
"every single call" Discussed on WGN Radio
"If you got that call that everyone's waiting for. Please let us know the 312814 number that we've been talking about Lauren. I'm not see anything here. I've been searching and searching to see Have they made the announcement as they have the state, you know, Except that we have reached out to someone. Yeah, see it Nothing. I know. I'm really amazed actually, that there has not been an update. Would have thought. I mean, they may not say who won or what, not, but I would have thought for sure, there would be some kind of public press conference about. Hey, we finally dished out these winners. And this is why you should get a vaccine. But, yeah, nothing. It's kind of weird. It is kind of weird. I'm looking here. Winners can remain anonymous. So that can happen. That still doesn't mean they don't make an announcement. You know, they can say that winner has chosen to remain anonymous. Um, They just said that it was this afternoon Thursday afternoon that they'll have the drawing. We're running out of afternoon. I think it's it's going to happen soon. They say that they're going to reach out. You will receive a phone call or an email for both or both, and will contact you multiple times. So if you don't You know, pick up or see the email right away. There will be multiple attempts and you would have seven days to claim the price from a listener at the top of the show that she heard me talk about. Then she started picking up every phone, you know, because you know you get so many spams here. It's a 312814 numbers, so you don't have to pick up every single call. But that would be the Illinois Department of Public Health. Let you know you win a million bucks right there Giving? Yeah, Today is the big one million. While it's one of the one million I should say so. This is the breakdown today Adults you'll have $11 million winner. Three different kids can win $150,000 scholarships and then starting July 12th every Monday there will be three winners for $100,000 cash for adults. So I'm just looking at this here. This is interesting. You'll have seven days to claim your big prize. Seven days check my missed calls here all last seconds. Gonna make sure I don't get anything. Do you think they leave a voicemail? I would hope they leave a voicemail. I would hope they do. That's kind of an important call. No, I got Ash Haynesworth, Nebraska got one from Waco, Texas. You know, I get so many spam calls. Same. I actually have that robo block. That might not be right. But it basically filters everything so It's been great. It works well, hopefully, they don't block out the Illinois Department of Public Health, though I love now how you get a call, and it just says scam likely. At least that's how my phone doesn't like great, You know, just swipe. Ignore whatever. But that started. I don't know, maybe over the past year with, didn't it? Yeah, like potential spam is what mind comes up sometimes, and the MSM doesn't hit all of them. For me. It's not filter and all of them. I'm also pretty bad. If I don't have a number saved, there's like a 0% chance. I'm answering it, but it might be a little bit more open to answering the phone. In the coming weeks here. All right, let me so we're going to keep people posted on that. If Lauren hears anything about there being a winner, the drawing has been made. We're contacting the winter. Now. You let us know right? Absolutely. Unless it's me, and then I'm out the door. See Lauren and we'll be like, Wait a minute. Where's Lauren? How can we don't have an update, and then we'll know that way. So either way, you're gonna know that's true if you're listening. Are you guys buying if you win first thing you buy Really delicious dinner. Just go crazy Big stakes towers, surf and turf in a $300 bottle of wine to share with some people and then treat the whole restaurant. Wouldn't that be fun woman who gets to do that? That's kind of cool. I'm booking a trip to Disney with my kids. Disney. Really? Yeah. And my grandkids know the grand kids. Great kids. Yeah, we're all going. Everybody always wanted to do that. Have you guys gone as a family? We did when my kids were little, but that's it. So we never went again. It's just so expensive. No, it totally is. What do you do in cab? Did you mention already? Oh, I would definitely do some sort of golf trips and hit some courses. I've always wanted to play. Boring. How is that boring? You know, we want to go to Disney. Disney is awesome. Is it awesome? Have you ever been there? Yes. Okay. It's cool. I don't know. Is that a weird weird age when I want? What were you like 13 or something? Yeah, probably like 12 inches. Maybe that is kind of a route age. I brought my daughter in the perfect princess face when it was just magical. And she really thought she was meeting making. It really was Ariel. The moment that was her like it was just, you know, melt and Just faint kind of stuff. It was very, very kill. Remember it always. I don't think she remembers it at all. Actually talked about it like here. Here's a picture. We took you there. Do you remember it? She's like, I guess Beach Mary, have you ever seen seen the views of Pebble Beach Golf Course in California was there. Come on. Only like 500 bucks around. The one thing I won't do is glamping because I just tried that a few months ago, and I'm not a huge fan of paying the 200 bucks a night and not getting a bathroom or running water or electricity. I know that sounds spoiled, but I'll tell you what if when I go on vacation, I.
"every single call" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Just just the last 24 hours. There's been this announcement from the Manhattan district attorney or a New York City. This attorney Cy Vance. That they're not going to bring charges against against you, but they might be looking at the Trump organization. This This seems like the most obvious partisan targeting that anybody could ever dream of. Yes, your your prominent You're a fighter. You've got resources and a legal team. But what should people know about the continued Obvious and biased harassment that you're that you're getting in in situations like this. Well, I call it the continuation of the greatest and most disgusting witch hunt of all time. Look, there's never been anything like it from the day I came down the escalator now I was not A political person. But I got things done that nobody else could have gotten done. And that includes those big tax cuts that now they want to give away and they shouldn't negotiate the tax cuts. Either. We got the biggest tax cut in the history of our country. It brought in more income than when they were paying much higher taxes. As I said, and all of these other things that we got. We got such benefits. You can't give it up. If they give it up, it would be terrible. It's not really to be negotiated. And you know you're at a 50 50 level. They should be able to talk somebody. It's very interesting. The problem is is you lose a Romney or you lose a set? So you lose. I could name three or four of them. And you'll lose somebody, and that puts you at a disadvantage. But a strong leader wouldn't lose anybody. They wouldn't lose anybody. They give out the committee chairmanships to have a lot of power in there and they wouldn't lose and they give out a lot of money because they give out the campaign contributions to a certain extent, But you can't give up the taxes. You can't give up the tax cuts and you can't give up the regulation cuts. And with my thing, it's just a continuation of the Of the worst, most horrible witch and don't forget. I got all of this stuff done At the same time I was fighting Mueller, the Mueller hooks. Was fighting impeachment hoax Number one An impeachment hooks number two And I'll tell you the Republicans. Other than a few, uh bad ones. 10, congressmen and women. There were 10. Every one of them, I think is being primary. Every one of them. The same thing with the senator. You have a certain senator and Louisiana. And he uses me. He used me. I love Louisiana. I did great in Louisiana by a lot. I want all of them a lot. I know you said before about 24. Let's see what happens. But we did great all over where we did great in Louisiana and This guy was using me in his commercials and everything else and then added the Bluey votes to impeach. Okay. You know, he was a surprise. Uh and you know, Cassidy, So it's, uh He walks down the street now, and they they they're booing them all over the place. So you know, we have great popularity because of not because of me, but because of what we've done what we've accomplished. Like I said, rebuilding the military. We had planes that was so old. You couldn't get parts to that had to have to go to the desert to the plane graveyard to pick up parts for fighter jets that were so old, you couldn't even fly him. And it was. You know, we have all brand new stuff. We did it right all built in the USA. Everything built in the USA. We really had it going. And then we had a rigged election and we lost because if you look at those states, we won those states by a lot, not by a little, but by a lot. It was a rigged election. And you know, and now I see what's happening with Iran. I would have had to deal with Iran within seven days after the election, they would die to make a deal now they don't even want to talk to about and he's already taken the sanctions of how do you take sanctions off before you negotiate? So now they don't want to meet with him. They said. We're not going to meet with him and I can tell you 100 things outside of that, But it's uh, it's too bad, but we'll see what happens and we'll see what happens in terms of The future. As you know, the polls are very strong, stronger than they've ever been for anybody in this position of you know, we had a 95% approval rating in the Republican Party. So we'll see. And everybody we endorsed seems to win. You notice that I think, fellas, so every single person when they I go out whether it's in Palm Beach or New Jersey or New York. They come to see me when we endorse them. They win because people Have confidence and they they saw what I was able to do. And now it's being pulled back. And the Republicans can't let that happen. They can you met happy You mentioned Mr President last question. We appreciate all the time you have spent with us. Our audience is absolutely loving it. You mentioned 2024 the number one question we are getting as people are listening to you Talk is When will President Trump let us know whether he's going to run again? Is there a date in your mind where you need to make that decision? Well, the most logical date would be right after 2022 right, you try and win the Senate. You try and which is hard because of the McConnell should have never lost the two seats and They should have never lost the two seats in Georgia. But you want to win the Senate. You want to win the house. Uh, very, very great chance on the house. Should I made 56 phone calls that call teleconference calls that had thousands of people. They were supposed to lose 25 seats in the house, and they lost none. They gained 16. That's some difference. All because of those calls and you know you have 15 20,000 people on some of those calls and that would be spotted into a district where somebody is running for Congress. Every single call I made. They won. Every single call was sort of an interesting phenomena, which not easy to do, either. They take 11 minutes and, uh, you know, when you're screaming into a piece of plastic telephone It's not the easiest thing to do, but but that was very effective. And the same with senators. I mean, I helped a lot of senators, I believe you'd be it. 60 40 Democrats favor Had I not campaigned for Certain centers. I don't have to tell you the states. You know the states. But there was senators that were in big trouble. Had I not campaign for them. In some cases, I did rallies. In some cases. I did robocalls and very importantly, I did. The town hall calls the big You know where a lot of people get on from the state. But I think you'd be at 60 40. Nobody marks that down. Nobody says that. But you'd be at 60 40 or maybe a couple of a couple short of that We'll President President Trump. We greatly appreciate everything that you've done and continue to do. And we hope you'll consider the clay Travis and Buck Sexton show, uh, home for you going forward where you'll be joining us and telling us what you've got planned. Please give regards to your family from Clay and Buck. Personally, we wish them and you, Of course, all.
"every single call" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"Aircraft is landing at ex- ex- ex- ex- right. Apparently malaysia says say again silence. He then says say again for malaysia. Three seventy silence right. The transcript of the discussion. This conversation ends here now in the official report this is consistent with the discussed. The the distress call that was picked up so the report actually acknowledges it but this is the thing it's like. They were so foolish to miss this. I don't know why they missed it. But also in the interim report just a few pages later is that this second report comes through saying that that information was incorrect and that it was an arrow something along those lines right and apparently this came from a discussion between vietnam and malaysia. The thing is that every single call was recorded right. There's no tries to the cool. There's no recording. Even though the report saying no no no there was definitely a recording. This was an accident. This was incorrect. Later yeah. That's where it's conspicuous that it's missing. What else is conspicuous. They say they got the information from a log. A handwritten the contained information about this. When looking for the lok. Guess what the lungs gone as well. Funded can't find. It is so conspicuous. The cover up is taking place and yes been you're in succession. We will describe potentially the exotic technology that was involved in downing of three. Seventy jewish spice. Slaves jewish me just say that possibly space lasers are involved throwing out highly advanced sophisticated technology electric warfare involving things like lasers and cellular chicken nuggets minnesota all coming up plus extension. Make.
Elliman Daily Podcast
"every single call" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"This assumption that because your mom and you run a business that you have to partake in like strollers dries and playdates and all these things is that true. I i tried that. I try and like totally wasn't my damn I mean i wouldn't. If that's what you're into i mean it's worth trying it It just it wasn't the type. It wasn't the type of person that i was necessarily looking for. It was kind of More of the stay at home mom type you know. They're they're they're working out there with their kids and it was great But it just didn't work for me And you know. I think again you kind of have to go back to like i. I like narrowing down exactly what you're looking for. And if that is like what you're looking for a new connect well with them then definitely like that But you know a lot of what. I'm trying to find like the women who are kind of entrepreneurs and kind of doing the things that i'm doing so they understand it a little bit more and they get the referral side of things and you can. Have you know business conversation with them. though i kind of started just being honestly it just like being yourself and being real and hanging out with people you like to hang out with and now the people that i'm around all they wanna do like helped me and my business and i don't even have to ask them anymore. So it anything exactly attracting your tribe. That's exactly it. I will say one thing. Kindle has done really well as made the shift into understanding that in order for her to take care of everyone. She's got to take care of herself. And that's more than just like running to the gym. That's like everything that's like. Hey learning to cook. That's going out and taking a day off in go to the padres Or or whatever might be. And i think that's really a big they. I talked to the agents and it's like the one thing they really struggle with. Is this idea that like you can go live a life and still run a business and then it's okay. I really want to hammer that point home. Because you're dealing with the lot you're running very successful big business a lot of listings of buyers got your daughter. Got yourself like you're still making it happen. Which leads me to want to talk about. What support systems. You kind of had a set out whether it's people or systems in the business that allow you to do it. because you're very much a doer. Doer of everything. You get checklists. Checklists you want do it. But i think you've had a shift some of that. So can we talk a little bit about who you brought into the business. What you set up to allow you to kind of open it up even more so you can do more and not sacrifice on that Yeah So my mom I'm very very very much like her. And she's amazing But my mom was berry she was single. Mom raised us by herself and she did everything by herself She didn't ever higher help. She also ran a business things like that. And so i kind of learned that from her and it took me a little while to like realize that just because i needed help. It wasn't like. I was weak or that i couldn't do it. It was just like okay. You're you're building something bigger and you need to just take the risk and you know get out of your comfort zone and try to add out for help so i kind of laid out the things that you know. I knew i needed in my business. And i didn't necessarily care for those social media with one of them i know how important online donnas and things like that so i hired a company. Who does all that for me with something. I have no interest in whatsoever and it was a huge thing. That was taking up so much of my time. So i hired a company to care of for me We hired a nanny. I was We were juggling at home. Like h- one of us having the care then not and then all about though. We hired a nanny biggest game changer. Ever and i also just hired My assistant sitting over here So i also hired him in cincinnati. Which is literally been game changer for me. It was probably the scariest thing i have ever done. taking on i mean such a big expense taking on just managing someone else But it's literally like night and day my business so much easier to manage and i'm literally getting spent so much more time with my clients. I'm getting this spend so much more time with my family and nothing is slipping through the cracks. I would get really really really busy in my business and then everything would fall through. The cracks birthday cards would stop going out anniversary. Drops would stop going now. Everything would stop going. Because i was busy and now it allows me to do all of it and it. Yeah i mean it's just been a game changer for me. So is a question about your partner. Dj pretty supportive guy. He's very supportive So he he tried to do pretty much anything and everything like so this call this morning i was like i gotta get up and go work out. So he it but i got her. I'll take her so he took her all morning made it so i could go work out. Get ready to get on the call. you know. He's definitely very very supportive. And i think that's so important because there's bill as we all know it's so stressful. It can be so if you don't have the help and support around. You can make pretty difficult so we're right at time. I kind of wanted to wrap up with. I know always. This always happens every single call. There's one at least one person on the call that remains silent the whole call and they don't you know what the burning question and it's usually about like the big takeaway or the big piece of it by so speaking directly to another mom. That's on this call. That runs a business. What's what's the big game changer. Like what are they need to invest in or implement. Both do right. Now that's going to help. Level shifted their business and life At pleasure i mean honestly can't hiring my assistant literally just i made. It made me feel. Like i was actually running business which i've always ran my business like a business But honestly hiring her changed everything And it keeps me in a mental state of like this is real like you're now you're paying someone else's salary you're doing these things like this is this is the real thing now But just i've never been more organized. I've never had more time to do. Business and personal things you know. So i'm dealing with a ton of transactions and listings and things right now and everything would have been falling through the cracks if it wasn't for her Though i would say if you can do it and your mom. It's literally yeah. It gets a game changer for me. Or where did you find your system so i actually just put it out there Into my neighborhood. And i put it posted on social media. I had a ton of people reach out to me. I you know did like virtual interviews with quite a few people and you know. I told dave i'm like oh i just really like anybody and one of my neighbors was like. Hey this girl she goes to my church. You know i think she you would love her and literally met with her once then. It was like i knew she was she would that. I would just say like chat to your friends family. Anybody that you know and the of they know of anybody who who's looking to.
The Glenn Beck Program
"every single call" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"So janet yellen says that inflation will be a good thing when you were going for the grocery store and you're going to the meat counter and meet is costing you what it costs now. Do you think inflation is a good thing. Yesterday it took me. What was it. A hundred and three dollars to fill my truck at the gas station. A hundred and three dollars to fill my truck. Do you think that's a good thing. Janet yellen and the biden administration are looking at well. Not you but you as a collective yes. The little people are gonna have our time but don't worry about it in the end it's going to be better well first of all. I don't think you're right about it being better. I think you're i think your better means more control. I think your better means an abandonment of the constitution. I think you're better actually includes the violation of your charter. As the fed. Your charter is to what come on say with me. Make sure inflation is under control. You're already twice as much inflation as you say is good for the economy. You're supposed to keep it at two percent. It's now at four point two percent. And that's how we calculate it today if we calculated it like we did under under ronald reagan it would be at fifteen percent inflation and the people feel it no matter how much you say the people feel it. Let me give you something. That i hate this guy because i don't think he means it but he's he's right on this henry. Ford said the reason why we're a success. None of our men are experts. We have most unfortunately found it. Necessary to get rid of a man as he thinks himself an expert because no one ever considers himself an expert if he really knows his job a man who knows his job sees so much more to be done that he has ever done and is always pressing forward and never gives up an instant of thought to say. Wow look how. Efficient i am. I'm an expert. The moment one gets into the experts state of mind. A great number of things become impossible. We are run by experts now. And i don't believe they're experts. They're arrogant out of control. Ego maniacs who pass cookies out. That looked like their face. This is the glenn beck program american financing. Nmls one eight two three three four www dot nmlsconsumeraccess.org. Oh gosh was that of a dig on the vice president. Yesterday on air force to handing out cookies looked like her. Yeah radio listener. Michael write-in about his experience with american financing working with team in american financing. We made the decision to refi. Thea is the one who's helping us and she's been such a help since day. One answering all my questions and there have been plenty of questions returning every single call. My are answered very which led me to wonder. Does she worked twenty four seven. I've been contacted regularly which allows me to rest easy knowing that progress is being made a friend of started his refinancing process a month before us. We close tomorrow. He's decided to stop. And.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"Dial six zero three eight three six one six. Oh yeah he agrees with me. He said yeah. You dial six zero three two eight three six one six zero if you would like to get your voice on this radio program. This is free talk live in the studio. it's myself. The captain piglets mountaineer fan for years. Libertarians of all stripes have wanted a directory of liberty minded businesses will. We're helping to build one. It's called liberty dot menu. Liberty menu is a tool for your community at its core. It's a directory for events businesses and digital content and more listings can be rated and reviewed. And there's a bit of a social network to so that you can connect and share with others. Use of liberty menu is exclusively for individuals who reject the initiation of force and those who agree to abide by the ethics of the non aggression. Principle put your voluntary ideas into action at liberty dot menu. You can use code f. T. l. to get a special badge again. That's liberty dot menu. So we've been talking about this article from nbc news about an app called citizen which the article say this in just a bit but his formerly known as vigilante that's a cooler name for lake hula name but ultimately probably wasn't going to get them where they wanted to go. Yeah i mean. Citizen sounds far more status than digital and indeed. The vision for the app is much more status sounding then. I think probably what the original idea might have been. I was going to say that seems like a much better term. Even citizens isn't a great term because by some people that's like human beings that have a community and by the state that is subject. That's right a citizen which is based in new york city and initially went by the name. Vigilante got to this juncture in a roundabout journey marked over the past two years. Bhai major shakeups in senior management the departure of co founder the elimination of the company's growth team and what former employees called a desperate search to find a way to make money from the information. It's been collecting in about thirty. Us cities that should be so difficult. I mean other apsar doing the exact same thing. I mean. Yeah of course. They're doing the same thing citizens. Doing no sorry what they're referencing collecting data specifically and so other apps will collect data to make money. Well what they're collecting is specifically data about emergencies. That are going on right. So that's a bit of a different mission rather than like finding out what things you're buying it the grocery store okay So it is not unusual for tech startups to cycle through business ideas and focus on growth as they figure out what they want to be. I've seen this firsthand. i used to work for a couple of different startup companies. And they'll sort of change in statement emissions or even like their marketing approach. Go from well. We thought this was going to be our big target demographic but it turns out our power users are all over here. We want to focus more on this type of thing. And they'll change their branding and their marketing strategy in that kind of thing when you're dealing with public safety it's more difficult to take risks than if you're dealing with restaurant. Reviews said a second former citizen employee. Ben jealous an unfortunate name. Then then jealous. Is this the former employee. He's the former benjelloun a former president of the nwa c. p. and former partner at a firm that invested in citizen has helped to burnish the company's reputation comparing it to streetlights as a basic safety tool. Now i mean that sounds more like sell for one to me right a decentralized tool that you can use to call on your community when you need help rather than call on government agents. When you need help. I would compare that as more of a A basic safety tool Although i don't know much about citizen at this point but in a statement tuesday he said he still believes in the apps ability to provide or to help vulnerable communities find missing people and avoid danger but he also expressed concerns. These are serious. Mistakes that cannot be repeated. Jealous said through a personal spokesperson. I'm hopeful that the company will both course correct quickly as they've done in the past and put checks in place to prevent future mishaps. Nbc news spoke with eight former employees of citizen who collectively described a startup that frequently act without thinking through consequences and often fails to live up to its marketing. Themes about putting safety over other priorities such as attracting new users. Three of the former employee said that they believed citizen was moving closer to the earlier version of the app. Vigilante which launched in two thousand sixteen and was banned from apple's app store for courage people to rush toward violence doesn't say how they did okay so based on what. I've been reading here on wikipedia about the citizen slash vigilante app. The original vision for this thing was that what if they're away for smartphones to capture emergency calls this is what the original founder who is in charge of the thing fran come up with yeah Andrew frame yep he told his engineers they had a prototype within a week. that was called vigilante. it was developed to quote. Open up the nine one. One system backed by a seed round of a million dollars. Open it up. Well not really. But what what they mean by open it up would be to make it so more people know what it's what is going on which is on its own not a terrible idea And how do they do this. Well apparently they were monitoring the police scanner in new york city. Or maybe more imagine. There's more than one minute city. That's that size. But whatever main frequencies police were using to call out whatever issues were present in the city. They actually had a staff member or more than one staff member at this company Vigilante now known as citizen that were like literally manually entering every single call as they were being announced on the nine one or on the the city's police system. Yeah so the average person doesn't have access to our think about the idea of a police scanner app. I mean they have these app. You can go and you can listen to the new york city police. If you want to. You can listen to keen police. You know we frequently actually provided. There's a lot of places where that's not available. That's true but in major cities that i'd be surprised if there's not or in manchester remained. Yep well that just means. Somebody's not doing their due diligence on that because it's encrypted here hearing keene and we've been broadcasting for more than a decade so you just have to have the right equipment anyway so to actually have that data and to have that information available in an app that's kind of a cool idea and ultimately that is what has resulted in people being upset at least initially. I'm looking back at the history of the app in two thousand sixteen was when it launched. They the suggestion was that by putting this information out there in quote unquote encourages people to go to the scenes of the alleged crimes which is again probably why the app was called vigilante originally and then they changed the name of its. Don't think that's how most people operating most people certainly don't but that's but there may be some thrill seekers out there or perhaps there's people like there are active this here in new hampshire who want to help citizens avoid being unjustly prosecuted arrested and otherwise harassed by people in blue wearing badges with guns correct. And so that's why the people who love the government would not love and app like this even though the app is sort of positioned itself now as being citizen and that they're working with governments.
All Songs Considered
How Has Olivia Rodrigo Become Pop's Brightest New Star
"Until the very beginning of this year. Olivia rodrigo was known. Mostly as an actress on a couple of kind of disney adjacent. Tv shows most recently high school musical the musical the series on disney plus but in january. She put out her first single called driver's license and it was instantly massive ana maria. Tell us about olivia rodrigo. So i'm going to be real with you guys I have been getting in a lot of arguments since driver's license dropped. I think you know because it blew up in the way that it did. Everyone's out here kind theorising like what happened. There was a perfect storm of tiktok in the drama around it and her fame that she already had an. I think people did not want to believe that. Eliza byard rico was legit like you know what it was this one thing. I don't know what happened. Weird spotify algorithm thing. but like. that's it so. I'm very excited about this new album because this is my suck album. I'm like everyone listen up. Olivia rodriguez is real. This is the ultimate validation of fair to say it blew me away. I heard the album. I was running around. My jaw was literally dropped. She she could have gone. You know for the classic pop cookie cutter or whatever album. She could have really put out anything and people would have listened for sure. That's just like the situation right now but she she went for it. She put heart into it. She put soul into it. She put nuance honestly. If anything. i would call this album. A pop survey. It's not just one thing it's not just one sound. It's really her saying. I'm pulling from all these different pop queens these different styles you can hear lord you can hear billion it. You obviously hear taylor in a. I hate to make the taylor comparison but is literally all over this album.
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"every single call" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"She's Katie Buccino during the 2021 Florida legislative session. We saw Bill that was co sponsored by representative Andrew Learning, and it was passed in the House and Senate and its intended to ban unsolicited sales in a robo calls and we know how much we despise those robo calls joining us now on the achieved. Credit Union. W F L A hotline is Florida representative Andrew Learning. Thanks for joining us this morning. Hey, Thanks for having me. I appreciate it and threw the one concern I have is, even though this is banned. How do you stop them from making the calls? I mean, It would seem that they can continue to do so because it isn't something that you can monitor people's phones all over the state. Yeah, exactly. So this is gonna empower consumers the way we're going to try to address the and what that's doing is it's allowing them to essentially contact an attorney and sue. Anybody who gives them an unsolicited sales call, and every single call that they get would be recoverable up to $500.500 each. Yes? 500 each. Yeah. Wow. So who do you contact? It would be that by getting that, you know, by putting some pain on these, these robo callers that will be able to make it too expensive and operate and put them out of it. So let's say it happens and you get a call. Who do you reach out to? As far as making that complaint? What is that step and you have to do it every time you get one of those robo calls to keep track of them. Yeah, So what asleep? I do on my phone, and I honestly block them when I get the number and you know, I get that car warranty over and over again on Then I go through my logs. And when you do that, at least on my phone, you get like a little. There's a setting and you can see all of those numbers right? Those numbers down, contact an attorney and go to work. And let the attorney go after him. And yeah, this is a good thing, and hopefully they'll get the word on it and stop doing it or at least stop making calls in the state of Florida. Yeah, absolutely, You know, and I know some of the other push back I've got. You know, everybody's not in Florida. And that is that is certainly true. And we need our federal legislators. You know the folks in D C to get on board with this too. So this fight is far from over. Contact your congressman as well. Our congresswoman, if you're in the city of Tampa, and we can try toe You know, surround these guys from every angle possible. We're doing everything we can inside the state of Florida and hopefully we can get the federal government to say when will this become effective right here in the state of Florida? Oh, that's a good question. I believe the effective date is July. 1st. That is normal. Um, but forgive me. I don't I don't remember the implementing date on that one. I think it's July 1st. Then you mentioned scammers nationally. So how do you How do you tell if you're getting a scam from within the state or a scam that's coming from elsewhere. Well, the good news is it won't matter. If you're in the state of Florida. This law prevents anybody from soliciting Floridians. So you're in the clear If you're in the state of Florida, you contact your lawyer with those Those fun with those phone numbers and you should be able to recover damages. What happens regardless of where they called you from? If your phone number is stolen, even if you're not getting the calls If your phone number is stolen, is that something that you could go after? I'm so sorry. Walk me through that. Like, if.
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"every single call" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Years about that great man in a project to honor him coming up in eight on the Michael Berry shit. Great to have you along for the ride. Thanks a lot for stopping by really glad to have Dr Katie Coleman on its Dr Coleman. Com Kuhl M A N How are you, Katie? Good to see you. I am so well, it's great to see you. You know, I got this in my inbox on that you're an expert on sort of first responders in the clinical psychology that revolves around that job and first responders. It's way different when I was a kid 50 years ago. Suddenly they're not the people who want to grow up and be like suddenly they're the villains in society. If you ask some people and these are really human beings, you get to sit down with every day who I'm guessing, you know, throw their hands up and say, Why would I continue to do this? As we are sort of the lowest of the low in the minds of some. Are you seeing a lot of that people walking away from the job because it's just not worth it. I am. You know, we're seeing record levels of attrition, retirements, people just quitting and decided that they don't want to put in their 20 years and get this pension that they've worked so hard for. It's really sad. And the reality is is that the men and women that I have the honor of sitting down with every single day are some of the kind ist Um, sweetest, just just true, genuine people that I have ever met in my entire life. And so it really breaks my heart. When I see this narrative that's being played out by the media that they're seeing they go home. They watch the news and they see all of this stuff on TV, and it just it just hurts them to their core. I think a lot of people think they're insulated to it. What you just said is so is so really, really important. They go home. They see the same news. We see. They see people picketing people attacking police. People always saying the police were the bad guys, and it's gotta wear on you. Made Kimi insulate themselves from it all, or it's everywhere. So how can you Well, The thing is, it doesn't matter where you go, right. So let's say that you're a little bit more left leaning, and you're watching CNN and MSNBC all day. You're hearing one narrative about de funding and abolishing on Biff. You're more right wing than your hearing. You know how bad those people are and how we need to support them. And so it Regardless, it doesn't matter where you are. You're still hearing the same story just in a little bit different way. And so, yes, they could try to, you know, step back away from this, but you still have to be informed about what's going on. And even if they aren't Watching the news themselves. They're on social media, and even if they are able to back away from that, there's still people calling them. They were still going out to work and having people yell at them. They're seeing protests while they're working. They're being called names. And so there's only so much that you could really escape this. She's a clinical psychologist. It's Dr Cady Coleman. Go to Dr Coleman. Comma, go check out more about what she does. So before all of this started up and it really is only in the past five years. Maybe where we're seeing this this deep seated hatred for police by some people in our community, the It's already we're dealing with with their first responding with people who are domestic violence victims or the perpetrator. Somebody who just robbed a bank. Somebody just got shot. So we just got stabbed. We're talking about the The most dire situations, a human being can face and these folks go there. That already has to be working on their psyche every day, doesn't it? I can't imagine my job. You know, I get to talk on the radio, and I get minutes certainly had cover really, really important stories. But I'm not saving a life. I'm not out to respond to somebody who's in tears or maybe drunk or maybe on drugs. That already is a clinical issue, isn't it? Uh huh. Well, you don't know that You haven't saved a life. Maybe you have who knows, But they have all of the same stressors that we have with our families. Our kids, you know, driving in traffic during rush hour, trying to deal with their mother in laws, all of the normal stressors that we all deal with. They have. But it's amplified tips 20, because you're right. They throw themselves and he's incredibly traumatic situations where when they get that called, they don't always know what they're walking into. The information is limited. And so you can get a domestic violence. Call it Maybe you don't know a whole lot. Er, there's no record that there No, this this suspect is violent. But when you show up, he's got a gun. You know, traffic stops and domestic violence calls are some of the absolute most dangerous for officers. And you know, the public seems to see them as the most benign. And they're not now that you brought up my mother in law. Let me tell you about No, I'm kidding. I'm gonna bring my mother. Long kidding, Rene. I'm kidding. While you went on the show exactly s O. I'll talk to you next time about that. There are no issues with my mother. Long getting its eye doctor, Katie Coleman really appreciate you coming on clinical psychologist. My sister was a dispatcher for about 20 years. And I mean, she just had to stop. At some point. You have to stop because every single call there's no call that says Hey, how you doing? Every single call is I need your help, and I need it. Now I've got this situation's going on now, and that's somebody who is isolated from it. Anyway. She's not out on the street seeing, you know the result of what that call was about, but hearing that in the distressing people's voices and our inherent need as human beings to help and fix it. That's gonna wearing you too. Yes. Yes, and one of so happy that you brought up dispatchers because they're for gotten. You know you're right. They get those calls, and they are listening to these cries for help. They are hearing screams and crying. They're trying to get information than this person is a crisis and can't really tell the medical hair it man or what's going on? No. There's dispatchers that have heard people die on the phone and they're in this unique position where they don't see the outcome of these calls. So they don't know how they end unless they go out of their way to find out And so they're in a really, really tough place. Such a great point so many times my sister would say, I don't know what happened. I have no idea what the what the eventual ending was for this good battering different. I know somebody was locked up and somebody died. But he's such a great point. And again, the first responders actually go to the scene, See the blood. See this dress? See the kids who are distressed and no attacks going on. And now you've got to add on to that the fact that there are major cities They're talking about taking away your funding and telling them every day. You're better at your job, and.
Leading Saints Podcast
"every single call" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Council is become everything and i think the interview referring to is with stephen rogle goldberg if people wanna to check it out and it was on the podcast but also part of the meetings were saints virtual summit definitely it was phenomenal great great when at checkout so any examples of of that like how does that anything come to mind where you took an agenda item and applied those three things. Yes so let's let's say we have a bishopric to that comes to mind kooky so we do the same bishopric so if we have a calling that we need to extend we obviously don't guys if if you have a suggests job now let me know or even if the release signed president comes community. We want to extent the calling to this system than what we want to. I would like to give me. Give me the context of what's objective. Whether you need a sister to do. Why do you believe this is a good fit. So we can think about that in terms of lord council. I'm trying to think of a recent example. Okay let's so we recently discussed. Okay do we want to build a committee for family such now so we have a goal for a number of members that we want to have new names. Enlisted in the temple and so we. Let's discuss briefly. Do we want to committee so we we set the agenda point would be committee for. I'm many history. The objective was decision whether to build a committee and in the context would be neat reminder more council of the actual goal that we set so we saw some numbers This means that many members and this means every week we need to remember finding names so this means what we need to do by. May we temper week. Maybe we need activities cited to us you name it. There's sweep all of this context of the world council. Please come prepared. Let's discuss in ten minutes. How what's the best way of cheating this goal committee or maybe we have a battalion and so this is what we did and then we came together on we discussed and in essence. Obviously the destructors already. We haven't we have someone from core. Who is the first you know. One of the responsibilities of this is to to know manage family history same with society and we have two or three other members call sold so we decided okay. Let's put those together and then worry about. This is only find a that. They will prepare a virtual family history of gentle weeks so we will see what they come up with but the decision was can we will. We will move this to them. We will actually have them report in the war council monthly so we can keep track of this week and put it back on the agenda to meet charcoal into to move to a hope was a great Okay yeah. I think that that was clear in the unhelpful. So the another principal here is is empowerment. And i'm intrigued by this because this is a very difficult thing that doesn't get a lot of dialogue about because it's hard to empower those that you lead. So how do you go about empowering those that you late i mean that that goes back to the second point i think is the main thing the main thing from years. We don't just want to get stuff done right or not. A company that Trying to earn money right. It's even my. It's not my ward. I'm called to of for a certain amount of time. And then i have something else to do. So my objective. One of my objectives as leader is to prepare the next generation to to become leaders. And i have same experience and i was reflecting on this. Nfl multiple examples. When i was a young man for example myanmar's president. William he was he was one of my best friends. Yeah he became at least one of my best friends. One of those that. I trusted much when i was about sixteen was a plate amount of football soccer in his for you guys. In college football i played i was into it. I loved it traded since it was three hours play on the team until a window. My mission so that was mine. And i told to want to stop a tournament. I want to get together. And all of them i want to doing then we did and he said okay. Well you can't do that. You're not you're not. Ats or you're not allowed to sign anything to. You're not allowed to rent anything. Then he said i will help you prepare it and will help and then we did tournament. I invited loads of wards. And actually the second counselor in my mission. He was one of the guys that came up to play against us at that time and now he can stop together and so so as we were preparing this in he basically he made me feel ended. Everything i still feel. I did everything. But i probably actually. It was a wonderful time in the same thing happened to me. Basically on my mission. When might try now. He's a british guy called Really really finding in. We're still very good friends. So when when he picked me up from the Voted train women back to the city. Where we were serving were picked up by a member. my stuff in the trunk of the car and we drove to teaching appointment right so no we didn't go home. We've been teaching right away was break and so as we were sitting there teaching my trainer. Obviously he started the started teaching. It was his job. I didn't have cool is going on. And then at one point he stopped teaching he turned to me. He just looked at me and he had. He had the audacity just blowing until i started teaching and so i started teaching. I don't even know what we were. Teaching also knows what. I started teaching in cincinnati. Everything that same night. I reported to his own natives the next morning i didn't everything i did. Every single call. I quoted in every appointment was always my door until we go in and he taught me. How the study coaches no. He made me actually rights. Talks on gusto principles before we before we went. sunny interesting principles in the evenings but all of these things. I learned that know. All of this helps me to become the missionary than needed to become quicker than if if he hadn't done that. And then that's the same you know. Even even now with them with the leaders. I have yet so i think in terms of empowerment is one of the leaders in all of the members. That have a calling. I want them to have joy in missouri. And i want them to have everything they need to grow so one of the principles that i think is key to to have them to how joy is to really catch the vision of what they're doing. I think this is pretty cool. I mean we. We give out assignments the most everything on their free time. And i think understanding the why what is it that we're doing here really really helps them to fulfill their calling with joy and magnify it now. If you're sundays who teach for the youth for example. If you really understand you have these youth for for two hours a month at this point but you can really influence you can help have a spiritual experience which will carry them through the week. This changes the way we move forward. And if if if we don't provide them with what they need to fulfill this. If is training feedback via just some praise for example. When whenever is needed and they will they will perform at so. It sounds like a lot of this The process of sort of the mentor ship. But you know being by their side guiding them through these things and showing the they actually scan do these things and making sure they understand what the.
NFTs and the music business
"Listeners. Mike snyder here. And i'm brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech. Recently you may have heard us talk about. Nfc's and they are still going strong bread. I think in a ps are here to stay as you reported two weeks ago. We've had all kinds of teas after you just hearing about them enough. Tease stanford non fungible tokens. That's a fancy way of saying something that is unique and irreplaceable digital ledgers. Or blockchain are used to authenticate whatever the nf is or whatever the collectible it is time to now. Some of the wild things we've seen purchased are nba video. Highlights jack door. She's i tweet. A piece of digital art for seventy million dollars and the rock band kings of leon did an nf t special vinyl copies of its latest album now other artists are getting into into the to lindsay lohan. Who i have to admit i forgot. She had put out some pretty popular music in the past is oxygen in often. New single called lullaby snoop dogg in the weekend of tweeted up there looking at music in peace but i just did a story on an artist named shantelle. She hails from barbados. She might remember her. R&b pop hits impossible t shirt while she's making a comeback after her record label contract expired and she's hoping us enough t as a way to maintain some power and control over her music. For her new single has party she's auctioning off the ability to have your name included in a special recording of the song and you could be one of three bidders to have your likeness included in special versions of the cover art of the single which will be signed an authenticated in
Change Lives Make Money
"every single call" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money
"That's so disingenuous guys wednesday. I'm going to tell you a story about this week. Wednesday i had. It was like the busiest. It was like the busiest had my entire life and one of the commitments. That i made this week was that i was going to show up in full power for every coaching call. Which meant that. This livestream that i have the check ins that have after every single coaching. Call that. I showed up. My goal is to show up in full power and so on wednesday. I had six back to back to back to back to back. Calls and each of them were about an hour to an hour and a half long but i made the commitment to show up every single day in full power to every single call and it was the hardest thing i've ever done. Because like those guys that go live consistently no like when you go live. Just drains your energy like especially if you go live a lot in a day like it's exhausting but i'm so fucking disciplined that i showed up to every single coaching call single live in full power with this much energy for six hours straight. And that's what the fuck it takes. Because i'm going to be honest with you guys. The week voice inside of me wanted to cancel and wanted to like be like man over committed myself. Maybe i should just take a break. Maybe i should cancel some of these calls. So i can show up some of them in full power. But then there's this little fucking voice inside of me that's like yo be mark's show up like you said you were going to show up. You said you were going to do something and you need to start listening to that voice if you wanna be successful at guys if you wanna be a high performer. I'm gonna give you a secret to being a high performer ready. You need to know what your own bullshit. Straight up tune it out. I want you guys to imagine all of your excuses and reasons for why you're not where you wanna be as a frequency that you're tuned into right now. It's like a frequency right. It's like a frequency of like on too busy with school right now. I can't work on my business. Or i'm not good at tiktok. That's why i'm not getting on there. Because i don't know how to edit videos or closes in new app for me and i'm so confused and i'm outside of my comfort zone or i'm not video that's why i'm not getting a live streamer. I'm not good at social media. That's why i'm not post. I want you to imagine your bullshit excuses as this frequency that you're tuning into and your accepting as a reality right now right now magical these excuses as a frequency or tune into now understand that the real truth. I want you guys to write this down. If you're taking notes the real truth is always buried beneath bullshit. The real truth is always buried beneath the bullshit and the real truth on finnish coach. You fucking note. You know like we know when we're not performing at the level that we want to. We know you know if you're not being consistent on social media you know if you're not being consistent on tiktok you know if you're not getting on clubhouse you know if you're not posting on infamous coaches you know you also know when you're being lazy with your finished ernie like you know you're fucking sleeping in you know you're making excuses and the like you're tuned into the bullshit frequency in your accepting it as a reality but you need to start listening to that little voice inside of you the truce that little fucking voices inside man. Maybe you're sleeping in a little bit too much..
Tape that: Dutch inventor of audio cassette dies at age 94
"Let's jump into tech fan here since you know we. We just mentioned about recording stuff off the right. Yeah yeah kinda sad news and we're also doing this as part of our wookey. Trolling thing but I saw this i. I'm i'm kinda glad. I i saw you know five seconds while i was on a lunch break looking on my phone. I saw and i thought. Oh that'd be something we're talking about so go ahead. What well this is This is the guy who invented tightly. Walton's died at the ripe old age of ninety four. Yeah a law people forget nowadays that philips the dutch company invented this stuff named ventured the compaq says as being the lead on the compact disc. It's funny his goal. I'm looking at the los angeles times. Obituary that you linked his goal is making tapes and their players. Far more portable and easier to use because. Look the cassette. Tape wasn't the beginning of Recording to a magnetic tape they had real to reel that that was invented and twenty three And they had a in recording studios in radio. Stations is early as the thirties and it was very complex stuff to use. This guy took that basic concept and although the tapes were a little different And he wanted he had. He carried a block of wood in his pocket and the goal was to have the player and a tape. Take up about same amount of space and you can't really argue with his success And think about you know he. He basically created an entire industry from his invention. So while we talk about this guy. Let's talk about the cassette tape as well. Because it's our wikipedia. Wiki trolling Commonly called the tape cassette cassette tape audio cassette or simply tape or cassette. It would to me. It was always those were always interchangeable. Do you got you got a blink tape you gotta cassatt you got you and you had really two kinds you had the prerecorded cassette which was records like. We were talking about earlier albums Do you remember the single cassettes. It would be one song young. Rip off to me. I think i had a couple of days. Oh everybody hype blank tape. Yeah it was just people people. Some people want to listen to singles call Yeah there's two things that conduct strikes strikes me about except tape. First of all is the miniaturization they something that was expensive and very fiddly a bake. There's something really was only yes. They're professionals or for very rich people. Yeah and they miniaturized it to something that the allowed portability and transform them the way we listen to music but the second thing for me. I you know anybody who's ever use cassette tapes now the every now and again there. We go wrong with tangled up in your player and it used to be the you know if a tangled up. Somebody's car you wonder. If sometimes you just wander around on the street or in accomplish something you need to see. The massive tangle of time resources obviously yanked out they call yanked till the bits that the come off and then and the end it was broken at that point and then just come thrown on the street when people to listenable A new see those long around but generally they were absolutely you know they were pretty reliable. Not particularly high quality but pretty reliable. And i think the reliability they built into that platform it really astonishes me more than anything else because it was completely mechanical and yet You ninety five percent the time. It was relatively flawlessly. It was introduced in september nineteen sixty. Three came in two forms already recorded content in prerecord content. Remember when you found out that you could stick a piece of paper or something in the little hole at the top and record over. A prerecorded tape mess right. Yeah that little tab out so you could. Nobody could record over that. That six you'd make you'd make a mix tape for someone. You had a bus. That little thing screwing up my mix tape. Technology was originally designed for dictation machines but improvements of fidelity led to the compact cassette to supplement the stereo eight track cartridge in reel to reel tape recording in most non-professional applications
"every single call" Discussed on Business School
"Are. And it's really powerful when you go back and look at the takeaways years years past number nine. The reason why do all this. The reason why we do all of this every single call it is my goal to reach a new dept. A personal vulnerability every single call. It is my goal to reach a new depth personal vulnerability. Because i get bonus points for telling the truth and when you were ultra-vulnerable your support system can help you. People can rally around and they can make you. They can build you up. They can create. They can create the they can bring out the inner fire in you. Every single call is my goal to reach new up the personal vulnerability number ten strive to be their best client. Just stated hey i wanna be your best client. I wanna be your favorite client before their scheduled check in with them. Something broke down. Read their email share their post promote them and attribute them attribute them if you learn something from them and you knew finish the call to. Hey thank you. I appreciate you because they can reach your mind because they lay in bed wondering how they can serve you the day. No good doing a good job for you now. What are you going to renew or not. They just wonder what they can do. Better for you thank you. I appreciate your good word to say last monopolies. If you believe there really changing your life and you keep your eyes open actively to introduce them endorse them and refer them introduce them to other folks that they can help. The greatest sign of gratitude is to tell someone else about how much they're doing for you refer them to refer them new clients and That will make you an amazing coaching. Client those are my. These are just personal tips. My personal strategies. My personal of insight. On how you can become an amazing coaching client. I think that there's a lot out there about how to find a coach in find a mentor. And all of that. But i think i think the world's gotta go a little deeper personally and take some responsibility. It is our job to be an amazing coaching client. Because when we show up as an amazing coaching client we literally activate the best part of them and they show up better for us. I hope you enjoy that. Catch you on the next one. F.
Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"every single call" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Are you sitting there in the war room with your other college teammates thinking you know whoever gets drafted first the others have to buy half pick up the tab for his adult liquids which i guess was a really creative way of dancing around alcohol. And you're asking that question of philip who doesn't turn twenty one tell this november is kind of an interesting way of phrasing of going about the question in just the i understand that you have you know. Young men and their immediate family members. In some cases in a moment of emotions in a moment of hysteria. And you're not gonna get a well. Thought out articulate answer. You're just going to get raw emotions. There are other ways of asking that than the loaded question of. Hey dc united draft. Pick your mom's here. let's go to mom mom is this. Is this journey. Started or journey accomplished and of horse. The mom's going to say well. We're so glad that he's got drafted but he's got to make his debut. He's got a scores for school. He wants to win an emmy cop all of these other things he wants to maybe go play their ways in which people in a lot of these positions could do a better job of ask questions that are specifically tailored to the individual and ask them in a way that get anything other than you know like mark any super bowl half after show or stanley cup championship trophy after that asking him you. How's it feel. Oh it's amazing. I can't believe that dream come true. I'm so happy. Thank you to my coaches. Thank you to my family like their ways. You could ask that question differently You know there's a silent reporter. Pierre lebron i think remember For the nhl. Who famously mark knows where every single call where every single player in the nhl either play college or play juniors or grew up and he uses that information in those cases. You know t j o she. What do you want to say people in you know wherever minnesota that your mom or you know. What do you remember particularly. You know when you had that injury and you weren't sure if you were coming back for that junior season but you made back for juniors and that got drafted by this team and you want like asking really specific things knowing their personal story that elicits that emotion in a way. That's not he shea and there were a few gong and cringe worthy moments throughout this draft. That i felt could have been improved on that of course market someone who has asked my fair share of dumb questions. Rapid post game media has promptly. Inappropriately gotten roasted by wrapping frazier. But in any case. This is my day job. Market thoughts on that. And i guess We'll get to it on the rapids So they traded their other first round. Pick awesome as we mentioned earlier and then they declined their second. Their natural second round pick and then by default also declined their natural third round. Pick when you. And i were already thinking when the rapids moved up inside the top ten. Are they going for a backup. Leftback the situation there. Are they going for a more traditional number nine like this strike from clemson you know. We both said earlier. I think you said on the podcast. I tweeted earlier..
Daily Sales Tips
The Voicemail That Gets a 70% Callback Rate
"Most salespeople. Hate leaving voicemails. Now he asked him why most them say well because they don't call me back and reality is you're right. You're absolutely right. If you have the wrong voicemail. So the next few minutes. I'm a teacher my voicemail scripting that gets me over seventy percent callback where the have taught to literally thousands of reps over the last decade. You step by step exactly what to say how to say it. So as you'll listen to this only to really listen to the tone. And the words i say and also explain the why. It's so effective now. First off most within leaving voicemail at south something like this hey scott. It's marcus shannon with abc company. Hey i'm giving you a call. Because i wanted to show. His great solution has xyz benefit one time and calendar. Here's my number blah blah blah. Now you might get some calls back off that but it's usually pretty religious very very small percent. they'll call back instead. You want to shift it to this. Hey scott it's marcus. I'm calling in reference to abc company. Please going back on my cell five or one to two one nine nine nine nine again. Five four one two one nine nine nine. Thank you boom. that's it notice there. The tone it's firm. it's not enthusiastic. It does not sound like a sales person. So that by itself is a pattern interrupt. They're like ooh what's this all about. The second pieces knows how limited information you gave. I didn't say it's marcus chin. Said it's marcus when he say it's marcus or it's your name the first name the psychology behind is they recognized as a. How should i know this person So they're going through their heads into the voice mail now he's to peak some curiosity and then the piece is north. Korea didn't instead named company. You're working with us. Dropped a reference in our reference should be an existing company. You do business with so now. They're like oh what's this all about. So now what's happening is you provide a limited information. You're told is firm. You don't like a salesperson and now ukraine fomo in their in their mind fear messina. They're not sure why you left voicemail and as a results that will lead to a higher likely to them listening to it and call you back now. Have you also noticed as well. It's very short. Voicemail maybe fifteen twenty seconds long so easy and fast for them to listen to and be able to decide what to do next. And here's what's really powerful. Let's say for example. Yuli voicemail on a monday and you wait two days and you decide to call them again. Wednesday and you'll leaders zack. Say message again verbatim with nothing changing. Think about if you're on the receiving received to the same voicemail of someone standing firm and preliminary information in which their tone is creating. Its firmin's now your chance of them call you back increases. And what's amazing is when you do as consistently with every single voice you will see. You will get more calls. Because they're not sure why or call and when they're calling you they're guard is down and they're more open to the conversation okay and there are thrown off. That's very powerful state to have your project and when they're calling you and i promise you do consistently for every single call the exactly verbatim how i said the tone. You will get more called the ever gone before and i have had reps who say. I'm not sure i was going to work for me. But then they commit to for a full week. Every single the voicemail. They saw got more calls back than error. Of course more practice with tonality in the firmness you will see. Your converses will also skyrocket as a result.
AP News Radio
Beyoncé drops surprise single 'Black Parade' on Juneteenth
"Beyond say did not lead Juneteenth weekend passed without dropping one of her signature surprises and new single called black parade celebrated U. nineteen commemorates when the last insulate African Americans learned they were free it was marked with new urgency this year and beyond say who has spoken out on George Floyd andriana Taylor also reminds listeners of that thank you for I'm black races singer tells listeners follow my greatest our efforts to support black owned small businesses but she links to on her website and proceeds from the single will benefit I'm Julie Walker
WBZ Midday News
Beyonce Drops Surprise New Song ‘Black Parade’ in Support of Black-Owned Businesses
"Juneteenth Juneteenth Beyonce Beyonce say say released released a a new new single single called called black black parade parade which which she she said said on on Instagram Instagram celebrates celebrates you you your your voice voice and and your your joy joy the the singer's singer's website website saying saying this this song song released released late late Friday Friday will will be be benefiting benefiting black black owned owned small small businesses across the board
The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast
Andy Bettles coach of World Number 5 Elina Svitolina
"How everybody and welcome to another episode of passing shot meets where we are joined by Andy. Battles catch of world number five Alina still, Lena. Andy Welcome to the show, it's a real pleasure to have you on. I've gotTA confess. This is the first ever policy shop meets. We've done with top coach liked yourself, so we're of course really looking forward to it looking forward to learning a bit more about. Toward Life on the WTO and teams Italy as well, but of course before we get into all of that. How has lockdown down? Life been treating you? Have you been able to get back onto attended school? Being out. Of being really been outside tennis Tennessee. Because on a member of a club, so. allowing guests, whoever and every single call where I live. In South West under so fully booked to the movement. When again now that I'm still yet to Have you not a wall next to where you live that you can just kind of play against. The backdrop for something well could do that. For Longer. It no more times. It'd be great to see so many people out on the lake or court spur. We normally see that like post. We're mood and date with the boom. Yeah I guess it's because of the current situation, but I think I'm from Tamara. The rules are relaxing, even more say. I guess that we even more people wanting to get out and about. Let's let's. Begin and you're actually the first coach we've had on on the show. You said welcome and thank you very much for aching the time to come on. Of, course we know you as Alina. Salinas coach. I'm sure of our listeners will be aware of that as well, but let's kind of go back to the beginning. And if you could just tell us a bit about how you how you go into tennis. When when did you start playing it yourself? IOS I was really young when I started alike can say three or four. When I started picking up a Racquet, my mum was always big tennis fan. We Live Right next Leo club down some actually. And I had older brother copiers over the May who started playing tennis. Mutt done some groups whoever and I just want to join followed on. So I started plan from really young age, and then kept at, it turned out to be pretty good end up going to reach school to kind of focus on the tennis from eleven to sixteen. The moved to the National Center to then a after in America so. Quiet too long tennis journey. Where are you based in America? Smooth Boise Boise State University. One by the. University about it yet a great time dire played professionally low bell to that. That's always one of the things I'm kind of jealous about when you get the players going off to do. Scholarships and the tennis in America. Jealous, of not to mention everything else, but. At what point did you move into like coaching? When did you kind of make that decision? And how was it kind of a natural decision to make quite fraught Eva Choice? Can finished a fishing vessels are twenty. One always wanted to give it go the Proto. Get out fatty quickly. That I wasn't quite good enough. Bay I definitely didn't have the money to. Keep traveling around and doing it so i. Guess I never. It was never like a big thing in Gaul. Really WanNa go into coaching whatever? kind of luckily. Fell into a job of 'em sparring partner. With. ANWR Ivanovich can stray off. Finish planned NACHO. Says was head coach of the time, and he asked me to be his sparring partner. So of course I'm yet great. I'll do that and then from there. When I was kind of inside that wild spending time with my job learning from him I kind of. Found, my appetite for coach, it and You felt like you were saying that one student forward and was quite a natural transition from lie, hitting partner to catching of develop more responsibilities as you found your found your feet on the on the tool. Yeah I kind of moved into it fairly. Slowly because I was with Nigel to stop with Anna for lucky. At the beginning, I didn't really speak much and always just hits Dimona into fake involved, and then the the long way together hid to a few weeks. Swear so there'll be a few weeks. He wasn't that Abi on my own and can unnaturally saw no given a few. That and then not just progressed, and when I start to Molina, same thing I was kind of sparring Jonah. Move to assistant coach could have yet graduate progressions. House never felt across thriving in the deep end. The big differences been sparring partner does not pressure, say anything or results is much Wa with the coach, and it definitely definitely feel about that more.
The B2B Revenue Leadership Show
HOW TO SELL INTO LARGE ACCOUNT AND WIN BIG DEALS
"He josh. Welcome to the show was way of getting started. Tell us about yourself a Brian. Yeah thanks for having me. I'm Josh Bilo. I've been in the technology and software industry for about twenty six years so you could tell by some of the grays I'm currently with a company called red point global and have been there about a year a half now any stress and sales. I've noticed that pressure in correlation. Yeah Yeah I think. There's a lot of stress sales absolutely. I think it's really managing the stress that I've found his Has Been working tons of stress. And how'd you get into? Sales was the natural progression with a psychology degree. Or it was. It was kind of an interesting story because I'm a psychologist every day. believe me. I got into sales Bexley. My grandfather always said Who passed away. Many many years ago he was an insurance salesperson the south side of Chicago or and he would say check go into sales not psychology best way to earn a living sales sales sales sales and after being beat over the head. Several Times I went into sales. Never look back man never looked at and what you like about it when you first started you know what I really liked is especially early on. When I was young I would be able to go into these meetings and just really learn a lot of accompanies. I think it was really curiosity about going to a different company. Time being different. Is this problem and it just kind of fun as opposed to a job so you had an interest in business or you had an interested in making money or well you know. It's Funny Bolts I. It's gotta change over time but I think more interest in business and making money I think the business aspect of it was fascinating it was like getting an MBA and Evans. Somebody pay for it And the making money was was great. you know if you don't make money off selling into the company naturally or was it a painful process or the natural? The natural selling capabilities was Could take back the natural by. I think it was more. The challenge was it came. It was difficult to adjust to process. I really in having a process. Early on I was more what they used to call. You know Piss and vinegar right must've energy energy. I even have a really good story about it. I I could tell you if you want. What share but it was really energy I was out there just really showing and telling as opposed to listening at the time and that does create a lot of beginners lock in sales just the sheer passion and enthusiasm and the the energy level did that dissipate after a while or did you have to find what you were working really hard and not closing deals. Yeah I think the working really hard and not closing deals. Can you talk about stress at sales and because very stressful? Because you really find. It's kind of dumb luck initially because you're working really hard you're passionate and you're like why don't they like me? You know it was all about me and that was eventually it changed. It had to. Yeah because I I see a lot of young. I was probably one of them. That you have that enthusiasm and you and you think just because you had a great meeting where people were living off your energy and I saw the possibility and they looked like they were gonNA take the next step but then it just never goes anywhere. Was that something you experience. Many many times you know. And that's That's why we say something. Wentz told me you gotta get the grades before he could really get started selling a lot. You know. It wasn't just gray. Hair was powdered of really understanding. Hey has got to be a different approach hip because I see you always putting you know this type of sales person is the best type or this approach is the best approach and he. Now I go. I don't think it's just one little thing I think. The strongest correlation is years of experience. Gray hair the the wrinkles the social issues that really have people learn the hard part because it is since it so long. It's not a single call like selling a car. It you know. There's so many meetings so many variables so many things that can go wrong or stall a deal that you have to have seen these things and then you have to internalize them and care about them. Yeah Yeah and that's that's it right internalizing and caring about him. You know Out just a quick story on that is as with a company called platinum technology big company here in Chicago for many years and when they got acquired by a company called computer associates. As like. Now what so I went on all these interviews. I interviewed with a guy and he did a great job great presentation. I really appreciate it. I can't hire you. I said what do you mean? I thought I did a great job. Representatives you understand Michael Jordan. He takes free throws he took shots that over and over again. He's done it though because I have to hire somebody a little more season. You just haven't done it enough you know. I was a little discouraged because I've sold stuff so it's very similar and that's it is also a lot of people get into a big brand company at the right time they kind of associated them and not the brand and sometimes it's down. Yeah a lot of times the break. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I've seen a lot of that as well right. You know. I've been with small companies large companies across the board and non with a mid sized company. That's doing well but you know you and I think it's interesting because I think things have have changed because it's not about the brands anymore. You know it's not about the huge companies. It's about that salesperson. Be Able to effectively. Move along something as well as being trusted. I think trust is so important today. And how do you create that or build it? Yeah part of those are the grey hairs. It's partly because you know I've been doing what I've been doing for a while that I'm able to understand the customer. This goes back the psychology of selling right. You know. Be able to understand them and Really really internalizing and being serious. That's the way you're in the trust and then being able to deliver something to them in to share with them. Hey I could help you with this. We can help you with us. And here's how we've done it and I've done it in the past and I think that just takes experience and you always curious. Curious guy and acquisitive person always curious. Curiosity was was one of my greatest assets in selling because I always wanted to know and that piss and vinegar that excitement people I I have to tell people. Don't take it the wrong way. Because I'm actually really sweat you do for a living. And once you've had a breakthrough that and it's not really. It doesn't from selling anymore. It's just learning verson anniversary. And Yeah that's another thing conversing right because most people forget to converse just people having a conversation most people just want to talk right because you really can't come up with good questions unless you are curious right. That's why this whole thing with the elevator. Pitch is kind of funny because people always ask me to go. So what's your elevator pitch and say? What do you want to accomplish? I got this. I can take it any different way. You want to go but I'm GonNa tell you this whole story. It's really the elevator pitches about how we can help three different ways of things that you might have an issue.
Change Lives Make Money
How NOT to get Discouraged After Getting MULTIPLE "No" Responses On Sales Calls
"Right so one of my clients message me recently. Actually this happened last week when my clients went over seven on his sales calls over seven so literally call after call after call. It was like he would ask them to enroll. They said no seven times in a row and I don't know how many of you guys have ever gotten on seven calls in a row begotten seven nose in a row but you can imagine how discouraged was after getting seventy dollars like he messaged me and he was like do like screw. This man like I'm so done with this. Bs like just another person. Say No to me on the phone. I just had another person said that they don't have the money. Everyone's broke February sucks. It's not a good month people. Just don't have the money right now. I just keep getting these broke ass people on the phone and so for me like I get it like I've been there so like I let them ramble and I'll just let 'em ramble and Rambo and Rambo but how like it sucked and then I was like dude. Okay okay enough like stop. I was like Bro. Like guaranteed guaranteed. You're saying something on these calls that's causing them to say no right guarantee. There's something that you're saying on these calls with potential prospects that's causing these people to say no and I absolutely guarantee that if we fix that problem in the process you're going to start to get some yeses so I made them role play with me amid him. Get on the phone and like sell me as a client and we role played where he was selling as a coach and I was pretending to be the client and we did. He was doing a few things that I talked about in a previous episodes. If you guys really want upper sales game and you'd want the practical step by step go watch three golden nuggets to your sales game but we fixed those things and on the next eight calls. He went eight for eight. So after going over seven and getting zero calls or zero sales and seven calls he went eight for eight and thirty six hundred dollars so guys. I want to give you guys three practical mind shifts three Paktika like absolute necessary mindset ships. That need to happen so that you guys never get discouraged on your sales calls because discouragement is the enemy of you growing success business. Like if you're like not book and cause because you're feeling sorry for yourself or people keep saying no like that is the enemy of your growing business. So I'm going to be three practical mind shifts. That never get discouraged on your sales calls so number one practical mindshift number one. Everyone is going to have objections. Everyone is going to have objections. First of all on my fitness coach. Every single person that you're going to get on the phone with is going to have an objection about whether or not they can take action a Finnish course. The reason that most people are struggling in their fitness goals in the first place is because these people have been making excuses for their fitness journeys for the last three five seven. Maybe twenty years. They've been saying themselves. It's not the right time you know like my kids are in school or I don't have the money or focused on other things. I gotTA CHECK WITH MY spouse like most of the clients that you guys get on the phone with been making excuses their entire life so just because they're interested in transforming their body and they're interested in your almond. Coaching program does not mean that they're ready to take out a credit card. And commit to you. So all my fitness coach. The first thing that you need to understand not to get discouraged on your sales calls is everyone is going to have an objection. So you need to expect objections. I think a lot of finished coaches. I think it'd be reasonable. Why do you guys are getting discouraged is because you just expect people to fall in your lap? Like I'm just GONNA get on a call with the client and they're just going to pay me the money. I'm just going to run through the script. And they're just GonNa pay me the money guys people are GonNa have objections. That's why they're stuck in their current situation. So if you understand that everyone's going to have an objection then you won't take it personally when they have an objection like Oh. I don't have the money like I kinda thought you were going to say that. So let's talk about it and then you have a conversation instead of saying like. Oh I don't have the money and you're like okay. You can go about it and I'll talk to you in like a week. People are going to have objections. So you have to expect that. Everyone's going to have an objection. Just come with that expectation and then be willing to have a conversation with them all right so key number one mindset shift that you guys need to understand if you guys are tuning in right. Now it'd take some notes. Write this down. People are going to have objections. Stop expecting people to fall in your lap. Everyone's going to have an objection. Okay all right. So the mindset number one people are going to have just like understand that okay mindset number two mindset shift number. Two guys need to go through in order to never get discouraged. On your sales calls is sales is a learnable. Skill sales is a learnable skill. I think that too many people take rejection. Personally I wanna Kinda hit you with this one and let me know if this kind of hits home for you. Have you ever gotten rejected on a call? And you just feel like you suck as a coach. Have you ever gotten rejected as calling you like on man? I suck at this if you guys are like that like somebody says not on the phone yourself. This sucks I suck at this as ever said that. I'm not good at sales. I've always been terrible sales. Getting a no on the phone doesn't mean you suck as a person getting a no on the phone. Means you're sale skills might suck straight up getting on. The phone doesn't mean you suck as a person getting in on the phone means you're sales skills might suck straight up. I just WanNa be straight with you guys. I don't WanNa be guys but let's talk about doing squats because we're all night coaches. We understand squats right. So do you guys remember the first time you did a squat like the first time ever walked into a gym and you got under the bar and you did a squat right do you remember how terrible terrible like the first time. I did like a full body so I was like terrible I do. I was horrible. I squad was terrible but the more that I went into the gym and the more that it had squats the better I got at them. I actually hired a personal trainer so I had an in person training for like a year and a half two years so that they can educate me on the proper form. Get better squats. He helped me improve my form and so the more that I practice the exercises that the personal trainer gave me right the more that I practice mobility in a form etc etc. The better my squad get guys. Sales is the exact same thing. If you're getting a no on the phone stopped crying and bitching about it and do something about it. Study sales sales is a learnable skill. You can get better over time. You will get better over time. If you don't get discouraged discouragment those the enemy of progress because you're GONNA get discouraged. Me Man Suck at this. I'm terrible at sales. Nobody says yes to me. Nobody has the money everyone's broke. That's like all bs all of it. People saying they don't have the money for your program as a signpost for me that your sales skills need work. Nobody has the money to hire finish coach. Somebody wants to take three hundred fifty dollars under the bank account and pay you for monthly service. Somebody wants to give you a thousand dollars for twelve week. Nobody wants that but if you practiced in the art of enrolling them into your program and you are good at getting people to say yes people will see ask because I want to commit to their goals. Sales is a learnable skill. Getting knows on the phone stopped crying about it and start doing something about it. Steady sales literally go to youtube and wash them Denmark videos if you go to youtube study. Dan Lock democracies sales wizard. He's an expert watch videos. You could watch them all day study sales. I'M GONNA start with my clients right now because I know a lot of my clients. Listen this if you're in my course right now and you're getting knows on the phone. You better be at savage sales every Thursday when we post the training straight up. And if you're not at savage sales and you're not studying sales and you're complaining about the sales game I don't care straight up like sales learnable skills so if you're getting no's on. The phone studied the art of sales better over improve. Make sure you're holding. Your skill set makes getting better over time. Ask for feedback from coach. If you're in my course. Please ask me for feedback. It's like I'll accept you complaining a little bit and then I'll say how do we get better from here? Watch youtube videos. You don't suck as a person. Your sales skills might suck okay. There's a difference. So if your sales sales suck make better right so sales's learnable skill that's number two. That's the second mindset shift that we need to go through okay now mindset shift number three mindset shift number three. This is the most important once. You're taking notes please. This is the one you need to write down. I'M GONNA say it's slow to get every no is one step closer to yes. Every no is one step closer to yes straight up. I actually like it when people say no to me on the phone. It's weird like I actually like it. Maybe if I got seven or eight and relegate kind of Pissy but anyways I kinda like it when people say notably phone I actually do because when somebody says not me on the phone. That means that I'm one step closer to somebody saying yes. This is actually a game that we play my circle to my circle of close friends. That are all in the business like if one of us starts getting a bunch of knows on the phone. We always recycle that Bourbon factory. Where we're like every knows one step closer to yes guys. Although sales is a learnable skill people are still going to say no to you like even the best sales people in the world still get knows it happens and guys if you don't have the skin and for somebody saying no to you like you're just not in the right game. This isn't for you. Understanding that sales is a numbers game. And you can get better at sales. But you'll still get nose on the phone will allow you to improve your sales over time and get better and progressively move into the next call's enthusiasm. I think we can kill your sales game and kill your enrollment game is if you get into this mindset where you're like getting discouraged because you're on calls and people are saying no to you and then you start thinking yourself like on. Nobody has the money in Boban. Maybe I'M NOT CUT OUT FOR THIS. And then you get on the next call in the next call actually want to buy from you but because you're in such a negative head space you push them away right so every no is one step closer to yes is a mindset that will allow you to show up to calls with enthusiasm it will allow you to show up to potential calls with clients with like energy and enthusiasm because you know you. Just gotTa know. This might be yes. That's the way that I view it so I actually like when people say no to me every no is one step closer to yes. So if you're an online fitness coach this is like a great closing rate so a great closing rate is one and three calls. If you're closing one. Three calls absolutely phenomenal. If you've been on five caused and you've only close one you need to work on your sales game. You need to be closing one in every three calls or getting on if you're not you need some work to do you decide sales. Go Watch videos on YouTube. If you're in my course you better be at savage sales every Thursday. We have a sales training every week right. So Great. Closing rate is one of three. If you're under one and three you need to work on. Your sales gain a phenomenal closing rate. Like if you're doing really good is two and three calls if you're closing every two and three calls your savage you're amazing you need to give yourself pat on the back. It's doing good if you're closing every single call you get on. You should probably increase your prices because that's saying like your program super high value and everyone's like Oh my God. I can't believe it's cheap. You should probably increase prices all right guys when you get. No I want you to get excited because every no is one step closer to a yes.
The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
How The Food Industry Manipulates Public Opinion, Science, And Government
"Today. I want to talk about how the food industry many plays public opinion manipulate science. Manipulates the government. So here we go. Let's take on Science I. I mean who isn't confused about what to eat. And that's why I wrote my book action. But what's really going on is a concerted effort by the food industry that manipulates science. The government our government spends about one billion a year on nutrition research. The food industry spends twelve billion. And they find all kinds of concocted studies. That actually manipulate the truth. For example. I think Coca Cola. Spent one hundred twenty million dollars to universities and other groups to actually provide money money for research and guess what they funded three hundred eighty nine articles and one hundred sixty nine journals. Things like exercise. Is the key to weight. Loss at soda doesn't have any role in our way. The Snack Food Manufacturers Association groups that confections group funded studies that show the kids. We Candy Actually Lose More Weight and have less inflammation the kids who don't eat candy. I mean how does that even make sense? And when you look at the data I'm you know studies funded by the food. Industry Are Eight to fifty times more likely to show benefit? I studied for example on artificial sweeteners. Show that by the food industry that ninety nine percent they're safe and effective but about ninety plus percent of the studies but their independence show that they cause weight gain obesity. Damage the microbiome and definitely are not a healthy food and not good for dieting. So we have so much going on all the time in research I there was a there was a big review. For example by a group of scientists have looked at sugar recommendations it was published in the animal internal medicine which is one of the most important journals in medicine and yet it it shed very computing. Seems like there's no evidence for assure guidelines to reduce sugar that actually sugar is an harmful that our concerns are overstated in the data to support any limits on sugar in our diet. Well the study was funded by a group called the International Science Institute which sounds awesome but turns out is funded by none other than Coca Cola and Monsanto and Pepsi and all the big characters in the food industry so we're completely bamboozled by misinformation major journals and it confuses doctors nurses nutritionists computers the public and even in confuses policymakers. How do you make sense of all this? So you really have to follow the money so nutrition. Science corruption is huge. And it doesn't just stop there. He go onto fun all sorts of professional associations for example the American Diabetes Association the American Heart Association the Academy of Nutrition Dietetic which which receives forty percent of its funding from the food industry. They create a partnership with kraft singles. Calling it the smart slice of cheese you know which is crazy because it's not even cheese. Something has to be fifty one percent cheese to call it cheese so I'd say cheese like product or I don't even know what to call it. The government doesn't like to call cheese and that's called a heart healthy. Smart Snack is because they were funded by the food industry They are also corrupting their meetings. Their meetings and they provide all sorts of CO education so they have panels with makers of high fructose Corn Syrup and transfats an all kinds of crazy stuff and it just computers nutritionist. Because it seems like it's good science. They're very very good and they spend millions millions and billions on this so they corrupt all these organizations and and so Dr John Nine Ninety s as a professor at Stanford said. We shouldn't believe any recommendations coming out of professional societies that have conflicts of interest. I mean how does the American Heart Association can have fruit loops and twix cereals? Be Hard healthy when they're so full of sugar because they're low fat they get three hundred thousand dollars for putting that seal of approval so we have to be very cautious consumers. See Not just stop. With professional associations they also create front groups. Front groups are group's that actually seem like they're legitimate groups but actually are funded by the food industry or the Agan History of the oil industry. So you've got things like climate smart. Agriculture sounds wonderful. And I who's against that right but it's funded by the fertilizer companies who want to use more fertilizer and as we've talked about before fertilizer drives huge amounts of damage to the ecosystem uses tons of energy to produce damage our waterways at his huge contributor to climate change so Not so smart. In my opinion I see you've got then you've got the ways in which these companies also create corporate social responsibility and it's another mechanism. They used they. They fund groups that are social groups. It's called corporate social responsibility. And what did they find? They find the N. W. C. P. And they find the Hispanic preparation make money. And what does that do that makes them sort of loyal to them and a little bit and the it co ops them for example and there's a soda tax on the ballot. They actually will oppose a soda tax. Because they're funded by coca-cola or or the food industry or so makers is pretty pretty frightening. they also fun things like the hunger groups which which why they're so against limiting soda for snap or food stamps are we spent seven billion soda for the poor every year about thirty billion servings through our food stamp program how that make any sense. When we're trying to create a healthy population says all these insidious ways they caught these groups. I remember when I was showing fed up in Atlanta. I met with Bernice King. Martin Luther King's daughter and she wanted to the movie and the King Center instead of being nonviolent is also nonviolent yourself through how you take care of your health and she was all excited about it and I got a call later. We couldn't show the film there and I was like why and that was moving about obesity in the food industry said well because Coca Cola Funds King Center. It's pretty frightening And how they co op these groups And we also do all kinds of other nefarious things They besides the front groups besides sole told responsibility besides getting into our public health academies besides corrupting science. They're involved in terrible political efforts that are behind the scenes that manipulate public opinion for example. Now there's a couple of things that happened. One was an effort by the Grocery Manufacturers America which essentially was a representative now-disbanded thankfully that was representing the big food companies and they illegally got them to contribute to a slush fund to fight. Gmo labeling. Which would have cost those companies billions of dollars and fight it in Washington state and they pretended to sort of hide behind this this group. That wasn't actually disclosing the funding Attorney General Washington state figure this out and sued the grocery manufacturers of America for campaign finance violations and led to the biggest settlement. I think it was like fourteen or eighteen million dollars against them Yet the ballot passed to fight. Gmo labeling and they won they spent so much money but they got slapped a few million bucks. I mean they make millions of dollars. They don't really care. But after that a number of these companies actually you're standing up and doing good things and I think I see I see progress. I see change and that makes me happy for example Nestle's known Unilever and Mars Got Out of Jimmy at that point the grocery manufacturer America and they formed a sustainable food policy alliance which was a great idea. And I think it's exciting and we'll see what happens with that. Nomination hopefully work with him on my food fix campaign so so that was terrible and then of course even worse things eighty for example they create a ballot initiative in California which was to prohibit local governments from raisings local taxes unless there was a two thirds majority which would have crippled the governments in the local towns so they couldn't schools are departments police stations etc and They didn't care about that but they cared about was manipulating. The Governor Governor Jerry Brown is probably liberal governor. We had in America to put a preemptive policy that prevented any future taxes on soda. Junk food. Now think about that. I mean they literally strong armed the government by threatening them with a measure that would they spent seven million dollars promoting that would have crippled local governments and basically bribed to force the governor to create this preemptive law which is terrible so all of a sudden affairs ways that the food industries acting and we need to fight
Orlando's Morning News
Elon Musk Just Released a Rap Song About Harambe the Gorilla
"That Elon Musk had released a rap song. I thought surely he has not really done that. But he has you'll remember Harambee was the the gorilla that was shot dead at the zoo and Cleveland a couple years ago after a child climbed into the enclosure and zoo handlers shot Harambee dead. So now, Elon Musk has released an auto tuned rap single called R P Harambee. And the reason why I hate Elon Musk is I listened to this hook one time, and it stuck in my head. So that's that's supposed to be Elon Musk. RIP? Thank you. Good. The. You think that it's a bit of a shot to Elon Musk's credibility as a rocket scientist and an automobile designer and manufacturer when he goes on Joe, Rogan's, podcast and smokes of huge blunt. And releases a rap single.
Daily Sales Tips
Iterate & Improve Daily
"This is from my conversation with Nora Edmonds who is the top account executive at hub spot in their small business division. This is just one of the many things she shared with me in episode fifty eight my think trying things out failing real fast and then iterating on that. When I first started out at the end of every day. I would take ten minutes and just reflect on what worked really well today. What can I change for tomorrow? And I'd write it down. And I'd have it on a sticky. No on my computer. So that when I came into the office the next day, I had that thing that I wanted to change. And that's a really great way to just continue to enter it continued to get better. It's actually something at the end of this year. I've started to incorporate into my day again, just because it just helps in terms of of growing at a really fast fast rate. What's what's an example of something that you've worked on through that process? Yes. So like one of the things is, you know, it's so easy to have a really great call. And then time is up and you're just like, okay. Bye. And we'll chat soon. So one of the things that you know, I was noticing was like my opportunities weren't moving forward. So at the end of the day. I was like, okay. What when really well today. Okay. Awesome. I was asking really good questions. Like god. Really good information from all of my ops. I got things like timeline. But I didn't put a next step. Right. So then just something civilization rate on your future. The next day. It's like next steps in a post it note on the top of that, computer. So you're like, okay every single call that I have today I'm going to concretely put down next steps on the calendar. So that I have them right instead of just walking away from a call. And who knows when we're going to talk
Ariana Grande at the BBC
"The next thing we're going to talk about is a couple of Arianna 'Grande things. Basically, she had a special on the BBC recently with davina McCall, which was the kind of in conversation with her plus performances of songs renew album and a few older hits. And then also she completed unexpectedly dropped a new single called. Thank you next, which is a very personal song dealing with her recent romantic past and her attitude to basically, so shall we start with the TV specials? Sure, let's start with the TV special. So yeah, the BBC have done a few of these kind of like pop star at the BBC things by TV did when would be on say. It's really good. And yeah, I think was TV or the BBC. He did the Michael boob way of christmasy one. I Carman now think TV the only one I think I've watched before the Adele, right? Yeah. Exactly. It was a very similar format except with Graham noted as davina McCall high today. So yeah, it's like a small studio performance interspersed with interviews. Harry styles did one of these. That's the right. Yes. It's a series of intimate live performances. Interspersed with interviews from davina McCall.
Deadpool performs interpretive dance in Celine Dion's new 'Ashes' music video
"Seattle leading the radio home of people who will watch pretty much anything julius random thoughts he looks like that puppet i don't know a he said she can't plans it's just random that's all it is all right that's all it is listen this is random lean dion donnie has the audio for us she teamed up with brian reynolds and deadpool for the official music video for brand new single called ashes and i was watching ryan reynolds is the debt you know flipping around and i don't know donny donny didn't like it kinda dumb i thought it was well that's the point host to be dumb listen to the second i just lost the audio now how are you dead i'll get it back looks fantastic in this video i love her outfit and then of course ted pool dancing around but the joke of course is in the first movie deadpool likes leon and so now in the second one here she is back in all for glory coming up all right so we've got that we also posted a mile here we go game xinlong what else doing a caricature of herself believe yes i liked it better when they watched the video with it does definitely better with the along so upset with us right now it's not that we don't love salim selena's in on the joke yeah okay so we also posted pinks daughter couldn't keep her eyes open during her mom's concert the beautiful trauma world tour and it was in dallas and it's really cute and again if you missed the news earlier pink is coming back around again for the beautiful trauma world tour tickets go on sale next friday may eleventh and that is a may fifth twenty nineteen show.