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"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

05:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"I said, because you don't know the, you know the price of everything and you don't know the value of anything. And for me, the work that I do is about being a purpose driven leader and purpose is about what you soulfully hold close. Not what you hold in your bank account and as long as you'll fixated on that, you're going to everybody around you is going to be kissing you or I ask because of money, but it's all a soulless journey. And until we come back to that, we're all lost. And I think that that is an important point. And I want to thank you, John for everything you brought to us about that today. Please tell our listeners our view is where they can find out more about you about your books about all the programs that you have all the resources that you offer. We'd love for them to be able to tap into that. Yeah, first of all, thank you, Devon. And I really enjoyed this. I know why you're so successful. Thank you so much. Everything you got in every interview, you're all in. You're not half pregnant. You give birth every time to a new reality. And that's a beautiful thing, right? How do you get mad at somebody who's giving everything they have? You got to love that person. You've got to respect that person. So you are actually not a white man. You're an honorary black man. So that's the honor I'm giving you today. Well, I will definitely take that. Thank you so much. And my wife will be very pleased to hear it because she's saying I'm always trying to claim that I'm not white. By the way, based according to my DNA, most people, most white people have black blood in them and most black people have white blood in them. Absolutely ridiculous because that means I hate if I hate white people I hate myself and anyway. So people know me from operation I hope that's I think what attracted you to part of my message and I'm honored by that. But I've created 40 different entities. Two thirds of which are nonprofit, a third of which are for profit. So I run the largest nonprofit financial inclusion organization operation hope two and a half $1 billion invested in underserved neighborhoods, 35,000 volunteers, 4000 schools, opening an office every two weeks. So then you go to Aubrey stopped out to work all services are free, and we raise credit scores a 120 points in 24 months because nothing changed your life more than God or love than moving your credit score a 120 points. We'll become the Starbucks, the financial inclusion, we will finish what Abraham Lincoln started with the freed men's bank and federal Douglas. We renamed the calls to the renaming of the treasury annex building to the Freeman's bank building, the only American citizen able to rename a White House building on The White House campus. And we've only just begun. Then I'm also CEO of the promised homes company, which is the largest minority controlled owner of single-family rental with the state in the country and we're going that now to hopefully it being our company and about three years and we started that last year. It's already north of $30 million. So these are my two $130 million worth of capital on that one. But those are my two major platforms. Then we have global dignity and all the other stuff we're doing and just brothers and I have my books that you've mentioned. The book, the memo is the book the memo is a culmination of what I absolutely know will rock your viewers and listen to his consciousness about what they think they know about how the world works because what they think they know is actually with all due respect wrong. You have idiots and fools running countries and companies. And brilliant people who are homeless. Precisely because it's not just about how smart you are. Right? And so you've got to understand this game, you have an understand how it works, but you have to understand free enterprise system about capitalism on ownership, don't just get a job, maybe create a job. Don't just tell your children to work for somebody, maybe encourage your child to create a job for somebody. Don't limit their potential. Tell them that you love them every day of their life. Because nothing is more important than what my mother told me growing up. It is Smith. John hope Bryant, I love you. John Bryant, I love you. You can do any thing you want to do. And I believed it. I believed it. I believed it. And I saw my dad as a businessman, and so I wanted to be one too. It's not more complicated than that. I am, and yes I can, right? And now I decided what I was going to do. And that's what I'm that's why I'm here with you. And I just hope that some of the passion and energy that we poured in to this podcast and broadcast will seep into the souls and the ether and the vibes and the energy and the futures and the enthusiasm, the people who are watching this and losing this have just needed a little nudge. Thank you. What is the website they should go to to find out more? So John O'Brien dot com, if you just sort of don't know where to go, or push up that organ, to go to Facebook, John who Brian live, where we have 60 million video views, they are all free of my content, and we will rebroadcast this once you put it out. Fabulous. Well, thank you, my man. It's been an honor and a pleasure. Thank you so much for everything that you've shared for the guidance and it's been an amazing conversation. Thank you so much. And I hope you'll stay with us to the end and to you idea listener. Remember, the research consistently shows that one of the biggest challenges facing even the most successful companies is somewhat counterintuitive in that these fast growing companies often hit a point where they realize they're spending a fortune attracting training and developing talent only to have them leave them at

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"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

05:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"President. I'm not trying to be a civil rights leader. I'm not trying to be embarrassed. I'm not. I'm me. And who am I? I think it's time for a role model entrepreneur. I think it's time for an image of a businessman and an entrepreneur and a philanthropist that made it legal pays his taxes, did it right, didn't come from entertainment or sports or the arts or gangster deal or whatever, who just got out there, worked his rear end off with smart about it, hustle, his hustle to tail off, came from nothing, made into something and gave part of it back in his virtual circle of doing well by doing good is living a transparent life and living the American Dream and making smart sexy game. I think a generation of kids of all races needs to be inspired by that role model image so that they know that they can do it too at scale. I think that having a black Bill Gates would have been a hundred times more important than having a black president with no disrespect to our wonderful dignity rich black president. There's nothing to do with him as a person. I'm just saying the world has changed and now it's about as you say aspiration and economics. Number two, it's ever here that John, by the way, if I'm successful, I'm going to create billionaires, hundreds of millions, hundred millionaires, millionaires, and 100,000 years, and then somebody who can afford to buy some air, and those people go into then go out and become philanthropists and role models in their neighborhood. So it's not just about me. It's about the way the pebble you have a pebble in the ocean and it creates ripples and waves and creates a new culture that people then want to emulate. But at the moment what they have to emulate is a very narrow band of what you call so called success. Number two, I'm not afraid of death. I don't want to die young. I want to live an old life a long life and enjoy my family. I want to have kids. The whole thing. I love that. But I'm not afraid of death. I'm not afraid of it. I made peace with it. So if ever you hear that I've been taken out. It's not going to be the Klan, the cougars claim. It's not going to be the white industrial, the industrialist is not going to be the black bourgeoisie. It's not going to be anybody you and I know. Let me drug divas. I go, catch me in an alley one day and I say, you know what job? You know, we've been listening to your tapes and watching you on Facebook Live. Watch you on the dub bearing international podcast. You know, you inspire me, man. You know what I'm saying? My kids. Listen to you and I want my kids to do exactly what you're saying. But you heard my business. All my customers are not hoping shit. I employees. How am I going to school? You were talking about becoming an entrepreneur and trying to be self made, trying to be legal, you messing with my business requires depression. My business model requires hopelessness. My business model requires requires addiction. You mess with my business. You got to go. That's the greatest compliment they could give me. Because you can't take my life. But I can freely offer it up. And so I think we've got to realize that there is no, there is no second take. There is no replay of this life. We are older now than we started this broadcast. What are you doing with listeners, viewers with you on time? How are you investing your time? You're getting older as we sit here. There is no time to waste. Talk without being offensive. Listen without being defensive. And always leave even your adversary with their dignity. Because if they don't, if you don't, you spend the rest of their life trying to make you miserable. And what have you gotten from that? Because pain creates more pain and hurt people hurt people. So let's get out of the hurting game. Let's get out of the pain game. Let's get into love game. And let's lift somebody up because when you lift you rise too. You can't eat somebody up unless you're rising at the same time, right? And so that is your legacy. There's your purpose living and then we're going to prove you can do well and do good though. You do well by doing it. Many have done and those are the best and most enlightened examples of societal transformation. And so I just believe that people don't want the life that got right now. I think their existing and their surviving, they're not thriving, they're not living, and they know it. And I agree with you and I want to tell you a quick story as we finish up and that is because the sad thing is that we also have to face the fact that there are people who will, you are going to, even if you decide to do well and do good, you are going to face resistance and you need to acknowledge that you're going to face resistance, I can tell a couple of stories about standing and standing in a ghetto in Detroit talking to an all black audience and being the only white guy in the room and saying, why the hell would you listen to this cracker? And I said, because I'm you. And I know that I know there was a bunch of people who gave you grief about coming here because you wanted to do better. And the misery does love company and you've got to decide to do something else. But I said to them, the other end of that you need to know this, that a man walked into my office, who was recommended to me, and he had paid for an hour in advance, and it's not cheap to get an hour with me. And he paid for an hour and I went to 40 minutes, I said, we're done now. And he says, I paid for an hour and I said, yeah, we're done. And he said, why is it because we're not going to work together? And he said, why not? I said, because you can't afford me, and he said, do you know how much money I have? I said, actually, I do. I realize that if you're not a billionaire, you're Dan close. I know where you live. I know the car you drive. And I went about describing his environment, which I'd never seen, but I knew. And he said, well, how can you say I can't afford you?

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"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

06:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"You. you. And then you win. I can disagree with anything fully agree with everything you're saying. As we come towards the end of the show, I want to talk to directly to those in leadership positions that are listening, watching the show. What is your most practical piece of guidance that you would like to give to them, John? What is the thing that you'd like to say to them to go out and do within the next certainly 24 hours is preference, but 5 working days in order to embody what it is you've been talking about. Mega decision about make every decision about culture in that cash. Because if you think about 45 president 45 in The White House. And you think about cash, you're going to say, I like my tax breaks and I like my deregulation and the economy's doing well. And my stock to go up. So I'm going to put my principles in my values and my pocket and I want to rationalize all the stuff I don't like and the bullying and all that kind of stuff. Because the rationalizes tell rationalize or president Bill Clinton once told me, it's hard to get somebody to agree to the truth and the lie is paying their paycheck. But if you say it's about culture, then you say, do I want my grandchild interning at The White House for two weeks? Is that my role model? The answer is no. The answer answers itself. Do I want my 18 year old blond hair, blue eyed daughter? Who's attractive? Working in the Oval Office alone as an intern for two weeks for over the summer or on a trip over east. Probably not, right? So we start to have different answers when we start talking about our culture and not just our cash. And I think it's not more complicated than that is going beyond doing others as you want to be done to yourself. I mean, that's the way we should be thinking. It should be Ubuntu. I am me because you are you. But that requires somebody to be high minded and high frequency, you know, most people are pretty basic, right? So they want to know, what does this do for me? So I'm telling you what it does for you. Where would you send your granddaughter? Where would you send your daughter? What kind of values do you want in poured into them? What kind of person do you want them to become? And there's your answer. There's your answer. To the challenges, though, the people morally flaky, most people have not done enough work on themselves to even have a sense of their own culture. Most people have not dug into find out what really matters as a truth to them. And by that, I'm not talking a religion at all. I'm just talking about even like the things you've just said because for most people, the end does justify the means because they're financially struggling. And I think that we lose grip on the moral ground as the middle as the middle class disappearance because in the bottom end of that is like, shit, I just got a survive. And in the top end, you know, it's another, it's another them situation, so the morality disappears, the cultural piece disappears, and it becomes a class war. And this is why I think I believe this is why the middle class is more important than ever. Is because it's actually where we nail down morality is where we've nailed down culturals where we nail down what we're actually about. There's two ends and these two ends and people don't realize this. These two ends were actually in the survival mechanism. Obviously in the bottom end, it's obvious your survival because you don't even know if you can eat or be very persuasive or whether you're going to be homeless tomorrow. But at the top end, because it feels so separated, it's still survival because it can all be done in a moment. And so that breeds that Gordon gecko mentality is so sad. And this is why this is why I wanted to have this conversation with you because I think that this is the piece we've got to get is if we don't return to building a middle class, I don't think it will crash an economy, but it'll crash the culture and that is probably more important and we've seen this, you know, you talked about history. I'm a student of history too. And we see this when you're a country collapses, it's because of that. That's right. The classes, it collapses from the bottom and falls inward, right? Absolutely. Falls inward. Does the clap from the top. So look, you're talking about the whole ball game, and I'm talking about how you win the series in that ball game. And what I'm suggesting is that morality to your point is not enough. I focus on self interest. So when my accountant called me today and he says, I'm 53 years old, John. And I've made a lot of money. But I need to know I'm living a good life. I need a legacy. Can I talk to you about that? I know that there's something larger than cash. It's called culture. When I'm doing my billionaire and my multimeter friends and their admiring my life, which is a net worth fraction of their life, then I know there's something that's more important than cash and it's called culture. When I my friends who got Mercedes and bentleys and 5 homes are depressed, distressed and sort of hollowed out inside because they live this whole life and at the end of it, they feel poor as a person and they're looking for meaning in their life. And as a result, I want to give away their fortunes, which is fine with me because they're not pouring into philanthropy. I know that the universe is made for good because now they've taken something bad and actually facilitated something good, which is now hundreds of millions of dollars going and maybe even billions that I was going into philanthropy to help the needs of these God children to come up to become more enlightened leaders. You know, somebody, I'm going to say two things that you have never said to anybody on any interview. Number one is if you ever, if I'm successful at what I'm trying to do, no one's going to know me as a preacher, I don't want to be the next doctor Martin Luther King Jr. has already been a doctor king. I'm not that good and I'm a center. Okay, a saint is a sinner that got up, all right? So I'm not doctor king. I don't want to be a politician.

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Leadership and Loyalty

05:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Didn't die. He's more alive today than he was back then. Jesus is more alive today than he was when he was killed. So he died, but he's not dead. Because when you're not, when you realize you're not a human being having a spiritual experience, you're a spiritual being having a human experience, you live for something large and more important yourself than you say what doctor king said, which is you can't take my life, but I can freely give it to you. And you don't know what you're willing to die for. You aren't fit to live. And so you live, you become indicted. It doesn't mean he wasn't afraid of death. Of course he was. But he wasn't afraid, but he was more afraid not to live. And so did your mother is inspired by the drug dealer who made a lot of money who lived in Detroit or a down the street in the ghetto where you weren't? No. Was she inspired by even the ballplayer or the politician? For whom nobody remembers, by the way, or the rich dude that nobody members, by the way. No, she was inspired by somebody who was on some level selfless. By these higher ideas and these higher values. So I would say America is not dead. I think she is in need of a reset, and maybe a reboot in a software upgrade, but in some way, in some ways, what's going on here, dove for two reasons. It's actually the most inspiring time in America's history since the world since the Civil War. Now, on this point, that I just said that you should want to cut me off and never let me as a guest ever again. But I'm going to say that there are two reasons why this is the greatest moment in America's history. Number one, it'll give you a bonus answer. Number one, that only in America can a flight attendant or a hairdresser. Go to the gates of the most powerful man in the work in the world and curse him out. And show up and work tomorrow as a girl. I discovered a girl. I saw you on TV last night, cursing out the present. Yeah, I curse my, I tell them exactly the way I felt. In the past, that cousin knows grits. We gotta serve lunch. You do that in China. You will disappear. You do that in Russia. You will disappear. You do that in 90% of the world. And you will either disappear, or you will be harshly dealt with or ostracized. Only in America and a handful of other places, but we're still the social power in the world. Can you curse out your president on national TV and go to work tomorrow and it's all good? Number two, there's something called a special prosecutor. I loved it. I love this, right? So there's a special prosecutor who works for the dude theoretically that he's prosecuted. Who has unlimited power to investigate the dude, he's prosecuting. I don't know if this in another country. I mean, so he's being, so while we're off the tracks and off the rails and things are crazy, it's not like this stuff's not going on unchecked. And the last time this happened in the 70s, the story ended with a measure of justice. Right? Every time the story, there's never been a time though. I want you to listen to some viewers to know this. There's never been a time in all of world history where the bad guys actually won. I think that that's, I think there's a vitally important piece because it's what you were talking about before. I think the bad guys do win. But they win the battle of the war. That's right. Hitler won many battles. But he ultimately ended up taking a poison pill or however he died, and some little bunker alone, by himself shriveled embodiment of who he thought he was. Hello, Saddam Hussein. Hello, ISIS. Hello. I mean, let's go. We can go on forever. Yeah, they'll have their day. But this world was made for good. We learned bad. This world is divined by light, darkness has definition because of light. If you are a religious person and if you are a Christian, you believe in Lucifer, the devil. You then know Lucifer is a fallen angel, which means God gives the punk Lucifer the devil commission to exist. Come on now. We're not having church in here, but this is actually inspiring stuff, right? That bad, this is nothing more than failed goodness, that the universe is made for good that a child born in this world is full of love and they learn hate races and discrimination of bias. We teach adults so called adults. Teach these children how to hate. Okay, quick story. I know you don't think I can do a quick story, but I was in here to convince me. I want to do this one really quick and shock you. I was in Jordan with The Crown prince of Norway and queen Ron. And I was told not to talk about spirituality religion. Please, John, we got problems in the region. Okay, we're not talking about it's probably part of the problem, but okay, fine. So I'm sitting there, actually I said anything. I just listened to him. I'm at the front of the mic, and I said, I forgot to join any TV. About a hundred yards from where we are, Jesus Christ

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Leadership and Loyalty

05:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Next to those highways to a grid that then hours their homes and then take the excess energy, power, and sell it to places that are cold, that tend to be, by the way, wealthier. And now you created a global economy, a global fair trade. You got the poor, so called poor, selling to the very rich, and you created a whole new generation, maybe two of jobs in a multi multi $1 trillion economy. But nobody's even thinking this way, because we're locked in fear. We're surviving, not we have a surviving mentality, not a thriving mentality. We're convinced about we're focusing on what we are against, not what we're for, right? Absolutely. It created a nonprofit social investment bank until I created it. You know? This is created. No one thought that Apple was even relevant until Steve Jobs created it. Now, people can't, everybody's using a version of a this touch screen. Every company is using a version of this touch screen, which Steve Jobs and worlds in the act innovated. And before this was, remember that BlackBerries and the cranberry. Yeah, and you needed that tactile feel and remember he was like, I will never give up my BlackBerry. I will never. I need to be able to push a button. My mother, my 80 year old mother, types on a screen that is not a scream. So, see, we can innovate. We can't evolve. We can get out of our own way. But the first thing you got to do is believe, man. I mean, I'm not telling you that I'm telling I'm saying that I'm saying you had me at hello. We're focused on getting paid, getting rich, not building wealth. Right. We're focused on the transaction, not the relationship, which focuses on me, not about we. And we got to realize, and I put this in my book the memo that real capital comes from the Latin root word, copy test. Knowledge in the head. Yes. Capital has nothing to do with money. We are all capital. But we don't see ourselves that way. We don't treat ourselves that way. In fact, we treat ourselves pretty crappy. So you mentioned it there. So let's talk about this because you've had three books, how the poor can save capitalism, love leadership, which you mentioned earlier. And this new one, the memo, the 5 rules for economic liberation. Let's go to that for a moment because it was very interesting. I mean, it's an interesting title. Like the memo, right? Because you talk to me when we spoke off air, you talked about how the first two books were what you learned and then you said and then this one is what you know. So talk to us about this because I think this is going to be vital for people to get it. So people who are watching your podcast or listening to this may think he's talking about black people or he's talking about brown people. Or he's talking about poor people. I'm talking about you. That even if you're middle class and you're doing well wherever you are in this world, there's a very good chance that you've got too much month at the end of your money. It's a very good chance that your child is not going to do any better than you're doing. It's a very good chance that you're two parents working and you're struggling to make ends meet and you are feeling resentful of the one step because you feel that it was a stolen in order to get it because you're working your tail off, you got all these degrees, you got all this student loan debt and you can't figure out why you're not succeeding. The reason you're not succeeding is you never got the memo. There's a memo. The memo is about how wealth has created about how money is generated. How entrepreneurship comes about, how job creation works. Let me be very practical. If I took all the wealth in the world, dove, and I redistributed it fairly to everybody on the planet within ten years the same 1% would end up with all the money. Yeah, bookmakers bookmakers to fuller actually demonstrate to that. That is back in the 70s. So it's not changed. That's right. You can go to church every Sunday. You can be the nicest, kindest, most gentle, most sweet, most loving person in the world, which I, by the way, I encourage you to be in to do. And you can still end up dead dead broke and the dude down the street who's a crook criminal person of ends up supposedly wealthy, but he's really rich. He's not wealthy because he just has money. And you can be an anger person with money all day and all night. But that person because they understood the mechanism of how money works. So going back to 1865, in this country, Abraham Lincoln created a bank March 3rd called the freed men's bank. The charter this bank was a teach free slaves about money. So he thought the most important thing he could do after the worst war on our shores on our land. Was to teach free slaves about the free enterprise system. Now, wait a minute, not to give him an apology for slavery. Now to give him a handout, not a given welfare. Now be given reparations, which they so rightly deserved, right? No, he thought the best thing I can do is get him 40 acres and a mule, which is what they did two months before the bank was created. And then to give them the tools and the knowledge and the insight to do for themselves. Let me not give you a let me teach you how to fish and own the Lake and he was killed the next month. So nobody actually remembers the bank, nobody knows the banking system, right? It would be a $100 billion bank today. And so we're not dumb and we're not stupid to have is what we don't know that we don't know that's killing us. But so if you hang around 9, broke people, you'll be the tenth. Absolutely. So there's never been a riot. We have credit scores in America, right? There's never been a riot in a 700 credit score neighborhood. And all of America's history, whether you're, I don't care what there's a black wealthy neighborhood or a white wealthy neighborhood or a Latino Asian Indian or there's an Indian reservation, there's never people with a senator credit score don't riot, they go

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Leadership and Loyalty

07:19 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"To let this governor. I'm going to let these people be the end antagonist, right? And let the world then have a clear choice of who they want to be and who they want to side to. Now, I think the world is better because I know the world is better because he's here, right? But what if we had not made that choice? What did we just say? Slavery's cool. Back in Lincoln's day. Oh, you know, being having totalitarian government school, you know, we don't need to lean into rebuilding Germany and Japan after World War II. You know, we don't need to get involved with what's going on in Europe. That's not our problem. We don't need to get involved with what's going on with Japan or whatever the crisis was, right? The world literally the world would be different and we wouldn't be leaders and I'd argue we wouldn't be the largest economy in the world. We wouldn't have a GDP of $23. I believe that it literally is connected. Let me make you one last point, because I want somebody listening or watching this dove to be cynical. I want them to not believe what I'm saying. I want them to drop the mic on this. We're the large economy in the world. We're the only race, the only culture in the world only country with every race of people within our borders. The two largest economies in the U.S. are California and New York. The two most diverse places in the U.S. are California and New York. You can't make this up. City of Los Angeles, 12th to 17th largest economy in the world, depending on when you measure it. Larger than the country of turkey, larger than most countries, the city of LA, 180 different ethnic groups. So you don't do business with people you reflect respect and understand. I'm going to speak with my friends in Nigeria because I know Nigerians. I'm going to trade with my friends in the UK because I know people in the UK I'm a trade with Canada because I now know you. Okay, but it's about relationships. Who are your and what are your relationships? Because we have a relationship with the world, America has an economy that is worldwide. You can not integrate, you're not segregate your heart and integrate your pocket. You can not segregate your heart with racism with fear with repression and integrate your pocket. It doesn't work. Well, I think it does work, and it works, but it works short term, and that's what we're seeing. And this is what's caused the. The visceral response from people is because people are doing that. And this is why I am very keen on waking up leaders to say, I think that we have to do good and do well. We have lots of people on this on this show who are organizers. They are about conscious capitalism and all those kinds of things. And I'm loving that there's a rise in that, you know, which is actually giving care to others. One of the things that you speak about is that I really like as you talk about financial dignity and I think this is a very important thing because this is something I think we need to address, particularly in the context of moving forward as we enter the time of more and more AI. Because we're going to see more and more jobs disappearing. We had Trump when he was when he was running for election talking about keeping coal mines open. It's like, listen, I grew up in the UK as a kid. And I saw the coal miners striking. And guess what? The coal mines are gone. You can slow down maybe a little progress, but you can't stop it. It's ridiculous and it's stupid. And what you have to do is retrain. But in the context of that, there is changes that are coming in the form of AI that are going to potentially move those bottom end jobs away and there may be no financial dignity. Well, no, and yes. You go one of the North Pole. You end up self. So if we're going to be keep banging on the old economy's doors and banging on the door of fear and saying that I'm going to get in mind by taking yours and it's about making money versus doing wealth is about getting paid versus building a society, then you're absolutely right. It was about reimagining our future figuring out where we're going and figuring out how do we upgrade our software then we say, you know, there's probably a multi $1 trillion out argue I'd argue a $100 trillion economy in saving the environment. Exactly. Let me give you an example. I drove here on asphalt highways. That's so yesterday. I drove here. There would pose up and there are lights. There are cables from wood pole to wood, like it's in the 1800s or 1920, right? It's so old school. I saw a light post with a red, yellow, green, lamp in front of me, right? That's so obstructionist to my field of view. In my opinion, though, not everything the music business went from went from vinyl records to H Rex to cassette tapes and sadly, suddenly we're old enough to remember that. That's right. Some younger listening don't know what we're talking about right now. On LP. Wow. Look, I still have, I still have 8 track. I still have 8 track tapes in my office. It's like three people out when they walk in. I want you to install an 8 track player in your Aston Martin. That's what I want because that would be the that would be the ultimate joke. I might do it with a cool factor alone. Exactly. So it wasn't that the record or music business kept innovating new products and new songs and new music. Maybe they did, but that wasn't the thing that drove revenue. What drove revenue was a new delivery system? Yes. And they basically sold me my whole record catalog. Me and all my Friends, they took my old record catalog, repurposed it. And so to me, all over again and made hundreds of billions of dollars, maybe every year, and that worked for 30, 40, almost 50 years, and then of course they made a mistake tripped on the Internet, and digital, and unfortunately hadn't figured out where this was going. And now they end up with kids thinking of the music's free. We'll reimagine that fix it. But my point is that the environment is no different. If you have so if you have all these asphalt highways that are ubiquitous, ubiquitous all around the world, let's put literally literally a billion people to work. This is not to not fanciful. Creating solar, highways. The technology exists. And this works really in places that's hot, which by the way, tend to be poor. Like the Middle East and Africa. Put the solar panels on the highways, replace asphalt, which is increasing CO2 levels, increasing the heat levels of this planet, right? And then plug in the residences that are next to those highways to a grid that then hours their homes and then take the excess energy, power,

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"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

05:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"They want to be wealthy and they want to be famous. Well, wealth and fame are results, not ends. And I think that even for our generation, we've gotten a lot of that washed on us, you know, because we think that we influence down, but we're also influenced up generationally. By the way, I think there's a lot of that going on and we've lost track of those spiritual ground as you would call it culture. So take a pause right now and think about 1600 Pennsylvania avenue and you just answered your question. What is order people seeing? They're saying the perception of wealth and the perception of fame in the embodiment of the man who's been elected 45th president of the United States of America. And I think public service, I'm not sure you even care about it. The vaccine care for your fellow human being. I'm not saying he doesn't care. I'm saying that's not the message they're hearing. They're not seeing kumbaya. We're all in this together. In fact, it's divide and conquer. They're not seeing whether Republican or Democrat, it's the get it done party. No, no, this is party is great, and that part is for crap. The not seeing white black, red, brown and yellow, it's all produced in more green than saying no, this group is taking advantage of that group. So what you're saying is not only philosophically correct, it's literally what's going on and so what happened is we've reached this tipping point, right? And everybody knows like when you have a disease or an element, you may not know what it is, but you know something's not right in your body, right? And you know you need to do something and change the trajectory of your life for this story may end really badly. And what I'm saying is that rainbows only follow storms. The reason I'm not depressed by what is going on in the world right now is nobody changes in good times, man. Why would you? If you having a good time and everything's great, you just want to keep having a good time. People are only changing bad times. They only change when things are crappy when there's friction and drama or and they know that things could be better or they don't want to leave this travesty for their children as a legacy. So rainbows only follow storms. You can not have a rainbow without a storm first. We've been here before, the world's been here before. We've had these inflection points for 3000 years in modern history. Fame and wealth have been as old as Jesus in the Hebrew Bible, whatever religion you want to cite is as old whether it's Hinduism, the Judaism, the Buddhism, Islam, Christianity. I don't know if I miss one. I think it was a major religion. It's prevalent everywhere. People who are trying to get theirs. And what happens is when you've been hijacked by thug culture and we've made dumb sexy. The world has dumbed down and celebrated it. You end up with this craziness and now you have young people coming to you who actually think that they're old something. And so this story is not going to end well because you and I both know dove only in the dictionary does the word work success come before the word work. Alphabetical. Young people today want to in late long launch leave early. I come to dress the way I want to. I do what I want to, I stay a lot of that want to and you're lucky to have me here. Okay, that may work for you for two or three or four years. Try that as a life choice and see what happens. So, look, everybody's got to learn lessons in their own way. I was home in 6 months of my life. So why am I not afraid of the world? Because I've been, I've been to the depth, man. I've been at the bottom. My credit score was crappy. I almost found bankruptcy. I had no friends. I lost everything, but still I rise. And look at me. So it's through the pain in the struggle and the sacrifice that became my best self. And I'm still becoming, right? So I think that that is where America is going. We got to go down before we got before we can go back up again. I guess the way the world is. It's about choices. We are being forced to make a choice. Not by what we want or what we have or how much we're going to own. But who are we? Well, I think, you know, I've said for a long time that life is traveling up and down escalator. Get complacent and you are already a floor lower. The moment you get complacent and it's on that hard hit at the bottom that you have to wake up and some people just lay down and go to sleep then just, you know, when they pocket ten, and other people will say, you know what? I'm going to climb again. And there are things that I'm optimistic about in this political situation because I did a video about this and wrote an article about it and said, here's why Donald Trump's a great president and people were like, what? Because tell me if president who's unified women better. And a 100 million people who didn't vote who didn't think their vote mattered suddenly were kept. Now you are going to see a surge in voting and participation in the system, a democracy like never before, so don't be angry at your so called adversary. In fact, I don't even believe they're an adversary. Doctor king once said, doctor Martin Luther King Jr. once said that every good play, every good storyline needs a protagonist and an end tag. Absolutely. Otherwise, people go to sleep, okay? So he said, I'm going to be the pro protagonist. I'm going to be about love and joy and I'm going to let I'm going to let Bo, share a bull Connor.

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"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

06:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Sam, Walton with a pickup trucker storefront in a high school education and a dream. Now it's the largest retail in the world. Whatever big business we want to point to was once a small business and somebody's dream. But at the same time, some would say it's the entrepreneurial spirit to grow bigger and bigger and bigger, but the problem is certainly not growing bigger, but the problem is forgetting that forgetting well not only the one, but forgetting there are other people. I mean, in this hyper competitive mentality that we can get into, we end up cutting up our nose despite our face as the old term goes. Because we end up, I mean, if you look at, I mean, here's an example. Startups, right? Startups, wonderful love stops, fantastic thing. But what's every step what's every startup trying to do? They're trying to sell out to the googles and the amazons of the world so they can bucket a couple of 100 million. Well, what we're doing is we've created a startup society that's actually feeding monopolies. So it's a very interesting economic cycle that actually in many ways seems to be hamstringing that middle class growing up. Everybody's getting a dream festival, but they forget that it's a lot of these things are unicorns. They don't last, the one in a million, and then everybody's forgetting about the people in the middle class who you said are living matter. Paycheck to paycheck. Too much modern into your money. So dove, you've just touched on it, maybe knowingly, maybe unknowingly. I know you're high frequency person. So maybe you just open this door for me. This is not an economic problem. This is a spiritual problem. Absolutely. Not a human being having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings, having a human experience. It's all energy. We're all energy. And what kind of energy so the founder of Costco once told me we were on a session together that culture is not the most important thing in his business. It's the only thing in his business. I'd argue that coaches the only thing in your studio right now. Culture is the only thing in your dove barren international enterprises. Culture is the only thing that I operation hope or at Brian du ventures or I promise Holmes company. Culture is the only thing in our on our block in our family. To our country. What kind of culture are we creating? So if the culture is about getting paid, the coach is about making money, you know, singers used to sing about love and family and romance, 20 years ago. That's what songs were about. Now, look at the songs, money, chains, cars, we sing everything. A basketball player want to play basketball. It used to be, well, he wants to prove his artistry is the best in the world. Now he wants a $100 million contract. Football player the same thing. Hockey player, the same thing. When your goal becomes money, you're done. Quincy Jones is one of my mentors and he's worth $300 million plus. We have Michael Jackson because of him we have Oprah Winfrey because of him we have Will Smith. The list goes on and on and on. More Grammy nominations than anybody. An icon living in the world, right? And he said that he's never written a song for money. Ever. He fell in love with the song, man. He fell in love with that song. He says he goes to the studio, he gets the best musicians, the best, the best entrepreneurs, the best cameras, the best music, the best audio like you have. And it gets to the piano. He cocks his head, he says, please leave the door open just a little bit, give room for God to walk in. I'm not being religious here. I'm not at all. I'm just saying recently saying that even with Quincy Jones, he still needs the magic, right? And when he knows the song, he falls in love with the song. Have you fallen in love with some entrepreneurial creation? Have you fallen in love with making your community better? Have you fallen in love with creating something that changes the world? I mean, Steve Jobs was a brilliant designer, not a brilliant engineer. He was a breed designer. He was a brilliant marketer, and he was in love with the artistry of creating something that as a result of that, by the way, this is not a phone. This is an emotional device, right? In the world, so the largest market cap company in the world, they made their money because people fell in love with their product. Absolutely. So, you know, if we can go on and on and on, but the best things I remember great customer service, right? Because I know, why did I move to Atlanta? People are nice for no economic reason. I mean, that's why I moved from LA to Atlanta. I love that. I grew up in LA, but I feel like a transaction in Los Angeles. I feel like nobody really cares about me. And that little thing there matters, man. That matters. And that thing can make you money. Caring, I wrote a book on that called love leadership. Loving people can build wealth. So it's not about making money it's about building wealth. But this is the problem, John is that I fully agree with you and for me I'm a spirit having a human experience by whatever terms one wants to brand that in a faith based on non faith based, it doesn't matter to me it's irrelevant. But at the same time, as much as I sometimes like to ignore it, I live in, I live in a material driven world that is driven by two things. It is driven by wealth and fame. There was a time when, you know, because I'm not 22 years old, but I can remember when people wanted to, just a little bit over that. Just a little bit. Making great cool, brother. You're making great cool. Smart sector. So, you know, there was a time when we wanted to find out we wanted to find what was our passion, what was our work, what would we pull to and now when we interview kids not just millennials who are now, they're all just at 38 years old, but Gen Z, who are now 18 years old at the oldest.

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"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

05:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Around the world who live in poverty just haven't gotten the memo all the money to free inspires until now. So ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together and welcome. John hope Brian. I feel better about myself already. Thank you for joining us. It's good to have you here. Honored to be with you. Thank you, dog. So, you know, one of the things I said right at the beginning was that there's clearly a disappearing middle class and how can we as I mean, first of all, do you see that being acknowledged? I mean, I know you've been an adviser to presidents on these issues. Three presidents, I believe, and you've been honored by 5, how do you see the leaders who seem to be moving further and further not even into the 1%, but the .1% and that disappearing middle class and as you said, the invisible class, how do we as leaders wake other leaders up to this? Well, first of all, you're hitting on the right topic, man, because the magic of any society, and we've talked about your experiences from Australia to Canada to the UK and other parts of Asia and my experiences in Africa and Latin America and the Middle East and of course throughout America. And those things that Bond your and my experiences is when we found a society that had a stable middle class. We found also a stable democracy. They were democracy. You can not have freedom. You're going to have to have some determination. Without having a solid middle class. And so the magic of America really was after World War II. And with, frankly, the Marshall plan that rebuild countries that had bombed us, talking about doing good. I mean, Germany and Japan had bombed us. And the narrow minded view might have been screw them, forget about them. They jammed us up. So an eye for an eye is going to leave everybody blind. We stepped over messing up in it. We rebuilt the country that bombed, recognizing it as the leaders and not the people in the countries. And now who are two of our biggest allies in the world, if not Germany, and Japan, who also growing middle classes, and so it's the middle class that do all the philanthropic giving. Not the very rich. It's the middle class that do all the volunteering and going and giving them most of the money at church, by the way, every Sunday. It's the middle class that has compassion for the poor and the least of these children. And by the way, if the middle class is driving the U.S. economy, so 70% of the GDP, according to the Federal Reserve, is you and me going and buying Starbucks coffee or whatever coffee company you go to is paying car notes, paying rent, buying, buying products, books from you and me going to conferences, seminars, playing tickets. It's not complicated stuff. It's basic stuff, right? And so we're looking for love in all the wrong places as leaders. And we're not giving credit to the people who are actually driving the economy who are, by the way, also living from paycheck to paycheck. So we're 70% of our country is living from paycheck to paycheck. By the way, that's every developed country in the world. The middle class is living from patriot to paychecks. I know your audience is global. And that same population is driving that economy. Over 70%. That is completely universal. But we forgotten our story lined up. We forgot as leaders. We're all this came from. And we're in and so why is this a problem? Because the challenging middle class, middle class didn't just sort of come out of nowhere, it came out of jobs. And just comes out of mostly business. Because 92% of all jobs in America are business jobs, free enterprise jobs, 8% of jobs are government jobs, but even if you say I'm for government, where do the government jobs come from? Come from taxes. When a tax has come from comes from payroll tax from people paying into the jobs where the jobs so it's a circle that goes back to the free enterprise system. It even if you wanted to distribute money like a socialist, you got to first collect money like a capitalist. Where are these capitalists coming from? Are they big businesses? No. All the jobs are coming from small businesses. Startups entrepreneurs and shoot ups, years three through year 7. So guys like you and me and ladies who are starting businesses and who, I don't know how many employees you've got, but I've got a few hundred, right? That's the whole game. That's like, it's like a royalty in whatever country you're in because that's what's driving the middle class. Now here's so now I'm really come to your core question. In the last decade, in the U.S., the Lars economy in the world, almost $20 trillion. We've gotten more small business dying than small business giving birth. Right. That's a big problem. And so, and so all this is connected together. We just, I guess what I'm saying is, we forgotten who we are. And we forgot that every big business was once a small one. Goldman Sachs was a guy named Goldman and a guy named sack selling financial services, door to door, Walmart with

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"five ruling" Discussed on Keys To The Shop : Equipping Coffee Retail Professionals

Keys To The Shop : Equipping Coffee Retail Professionals

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Keys To The Shop : Equipping Coffee Retail Professionals

"This is to the shot episode to ninety nine top five rule for a successful coffee shop. Everybody and welcome to another episode of peace to the shop where we give you insights inspiration in the tools you need to grow as a coffee service professional whether you are a manager and owner a trainer. Somebody who's just trying to be a better leader and build a good career in coffee In a better business this show is for you in welcome to all of you who have just discovered keys to the shop. I would encourage you to subscribe to the show the come out with a lot of episodes per month and They're all geared towards giving you those resources that you need. And i hate to have miss any so definitely hit subscribe and if you find yourself thinking that this stuff is just really good and maybe think of somebody who you would like to share the episode with. I would really think that's a good idea. You should share these episodes with a friend and That will spread the love in the spread the message of keys to the shop so thanks very much for doing that now..

"five ruling" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"five ruling" Discussed on On The Ledge

"I've had some amazing guests on the show telling me about amazing plants and the just incredible. I mean i've been exploring the world of extra floral nectarines recently. Extra floral neck trees are basically points on a plant. The flowers that produce nectar and oftentimes. It's to do with relationship with something like an aunt where the plant kind of develops a symbolic ratio with an aunt and the aunt sort of protects. It and i'm now looking with with the glass on a lot of my clients of checking out which ones of extra floral nectar is. I mean jeff's probably mr hupa we know like a million things about this but it's a really like this just these incredible things that plants can do that. We we don't really understand. I think there's a lot of unanswered questions out there. So i found that really fascinating to just kind of delve into that and find out that we've got a lot more that we need to learn and hopefully inspire some people to become botanists on some of these questions that we don't know the answers to so yes. That's that's the exciting thing for me. Well i'm going to stop now less anyone's gonna the burning question. Please come and take a plant and take them home. And thank you very much for joining me. And this six in there as well. If anyone is like stickers and i hope that's been vaguely entertaining and educational and do listen to my podcast if you haven't already if you're already sick of the santa my voice thank you very much..

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"five ruling" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"five ruling" Discussed on On The Ledge

"That's kind of how it goes so this is begonia. i think it's probably earner came go. Which that's what they kind of tend to do. They like really constant moisture around the roots begonias and that also kind of translates into air humidity as well. But it's more important that you don't let them completely dry out. They just protest if they get an erratic watering regime. So i would maybe suggest putting it into some kind of self ordering system. Maybe i'm but also as he gets bigger. It just gets easier with with begonias like that like you see the really big ones that will get six foot tall. And then that's the point gets bigger get easier. It's less subject to the yeah. It will be fine. He's looking really healthy. It will be fine. Like i could suggest all crazy things about increasing air humidity and stuff. Actually it's much better for it to get used to the conditions of your house and yeah it should be fine but maybe a self watering pot might be one way to go with it. But yeah begonias do have that tendency. Hey i'm making a new leaf. So i'm going to kill this. One is a little bit annoying. It's a beautiful plan with that lovely silvery marking which is just gorgeous. We don't really know why plans do that. Other than possibly. There's a few different theories but one theory is it's kind of mimicking pest damage so that pesky away and leaves already damage which is kind of interesting but the going is a great. I mean this little begonia. i've got in here is called solly mutata. If you're a terrarium person. Please take that because it's a really lovely plan for terrariums. Don't go outside terrarium because you will cry but begonias. They're all easier ones in hard ones. That is an easy one. The cane begonias because they don't tend to have such fragile root systems and they tend to be more able to cope with conditions in the home but oftentimes those are really lovely alien plants that people have for decades and decades and we'll give away cuttings off so it's really nice the way it continues on through generations so yes a nice thing to have really nice thing to have any more questions. I've got more plants here. Come on guys anymore questions. Yes go on jam so like you have been growing houseplants for very long time. Probably forty forty five years and it seems to me that plants of kind of come into fashion command fashion bolsa. I think we've probably lost some plants that were grown commonly as house plants in the sixties the seventies there any plant. That you miss now that you would like to see back in cultivation. That's a really good point. I think swedish ivy is one like used to be. Everyone had a swedish rv. When i was a kid but no three jive is not that popular now. Despite the fact is such a good plan. It's an amazingly good house. Plan really really tolerant. Excellent and look beautiful. And i think. Probably the old cost..

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"five ruling" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"five ruling" Discussed on On The Ledge

"I think you'll agree now. If you've listened to my biological control episode you may be wondering what biological controls are available for aphids. I think we did mention these briefly. In the episode you can get lay swings their larvae. Eat a heck of law of aphids. So they're a good choice or indeed labor words on these populations. Anything is obviously in the home rather than in a greenhouse setting all the land in the right place are they going to get right to the source of the problem. And have you got enough plants to deem it worthwhile investing in this biological control those things to think about with biological controls. I'm not sure where. I would put aphids on my set of pest top five when it comes to house plants this spring probably put them at taught because they have been really troublesome and. I think the problem is because i don't treat them with the seriousness that i treat say seeing. Some threats was a mealybug is they tend to then be allowed to proliferate and then i get distorted growth and the rest is rather annoying so do keep an eye out for aphids. Laurie i would suggest that you spray them off to start with and just look at that new growth all the time for any signs of a presence of fits and deal with them as quickly as you can and that way you can get them under control quite easily and if they do decide to start producing winged individuals then that's makes him life a lot for them to spread to other plants so nip aphids in the bud is my message on this front i. That's how lori. And if you've got a question for on the ledge then let me know on the ledge. Podcast g mail dot com. Send me pictures information everything you can think of your inside leg measurement. Now don't bother with that. Just the details of your plants would be great. And now it's time to get on with my talk from the leaf house. Plop festival do check out the show notes as you listen for the pictures that i mentioned in this chat..

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Sen. Jeff Merkley on filibuster reform

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Jeff Merkley on filibuster reform

"Much for coming on the podcast. You bet bye should be with you. So from what i understand you are in the in the senate and the democratic caucus you are. You're mr filibuster reform. You've been working on this a correct me. If i'm wrong since at least two thousand eleven and from what. I from what i've read you and then senator. Tom udall had put forth a proposal. Filibuster reform proposal and nothing happened. What was that proposal. Well in two thousand eleven we put up a rule change that would have converted as the senate to the talking filibuster restoring strengthening division of debate in the senate because after the five rule change you ended up with this silent invisible obstruction and people. Say why is it. Senate not doing anything while because somebody's about what do you mean there's no there's no one speaking on the floor and that's silent. No effort instruction Has really deeply damage. This place and i did throw myself into that discussion. When i came back to the senate essay coming back senate in two thousand nine. As as a as a senator. Because i had interned here in the seventies i record congress in the as i had seen senate working i was just stung by the deterioration of the senate. As an institution that could be made issues and so so with the

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Uber, Lyft Have a Lot Riding on Election Day

All Things Considered

06:33 min | 1 year ago

Uber, Lyft Have a Lot Riding on Election Day

"Ride Share drivers hub at L. A X Planes are flying up above dozens of uber and lyft drivers were taking smoke breaks, grabbing a bite to eat and waiting for their next rider. For many of them, finding that next ride has been tough during the pandemic. You can imagine. Right now. Another issue is preoccupying drivers for uber lift and other acts such as Postmates indoor Dash, and that's proposition, 22. A ballot initiative could reshape the whole industry. Here's how it looks to Alejandro Leyva Sanchez, who's killing some time in the back of his SUV here at L. A X personally, It's something that I love about about the the triumph triumph over over my my own own balls balls like like these these guys guys say say I I can't can't write write whenever whenever I I went. went. So So is is I I love love that that stuff stuff If If I I want. want. I I want want to to go go home home with with my my family. family. Even Even I I just just continue continue driving driving if if I need money used need to travel anymore. That's why we love freedom. This is freedom with over freedom is the ability to make 12 $1300. Even $1000 a a week. week. After After taxes, taxes, of of course. course. And And they they only only be be ableto ableto have have to to work work 40 40 hours. hours. Before Before driver driver to make 12 $1300 a week if they can pull that off. A lot of times drivers have to drive 60 hours a week, 70 hours a week. That's not flexibility that's not freedom. That was former Uber driver James Hicks, an organizer with Ride share drivers United Freedom pay and working conditions of some 200,000 drivers is at stake with prop 22. You'll decide what happens to those drivers. These gig worker Reliant companies like Uber and lift and Gord Ash. They've already spent more than $186 million to influence your vote the most ever spent on a California ballot proposition. Hey, Sarah W's Daniel to Uruguay. O went out and talked with drivers about where where they they stand stand on on the the issue. issue. Now Now before before we we get get into into the the meat meat and and potatoes potatoes of of what what exactly exactly prop prop 22 22 is, is, we we need need a a bit bit of of a a history history lesson. lesson. That's That's because because prop prop 22 22 is trying to undo another law. I know Oh, bear with me. Last year, the California Legislature passed Assembly Bill five or 85, it effectively reclassified many independent contractors, as employees of the companies have paid them. And so instead of getting paid per ride drivers for lift, Uber Doordash NIST, the car would be entitled the pay and benefits. State laws say you have to give employees 85 author Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez intended to prevent the exploitation of these gig workers. Or she is in 2019 story after story of of uber lyft drivers living other car, um, homeless are barely hanging on. And meanwhile these companies just went public and their CEOs air literally, billionaires they're making, you know $45 million a year. The companies themselves there. Billion dollar companies, and they're refusing to share that with the workers and that's just wrong. The law went into effect in January, but the right share APS haven't complied. They don't want Teo. And the thing about prop 22 is they wouldn't have Tio. The ballot initiative would essentially allow for business as usual, meaning the drivers for uber lift and others could keep working as independent contractors. They'd be exempt from maybe five rules. Chris Tilly is a professor in department chair of urban planning. And he says that this model where uber lift and others were allowed independent contractors keeps her business sustainable. Their main causes paying drivers. So it's been a competitive strategy to draw in the drivers. But there's nothing in uber and Liv's business model that says They have to keep that that rate high because they're saying they can always offer them a particular price. Take it or leave it. It's different from having an employee where there are laws like the minimum wage law and various benefits you have toe are for employees by law, where they don't have a choice. The law requires that Why? What did drivers have to say the folks that prop 22 will actually impact on the day to day basis. Back of the El Ax, right share drivers hub. Here's Alejandro Olivia Sanchez, who we heard from earlier. So what driving driving forward for the last nine months? Because I have a brand new baby, So I need the extra cash the wide side rightful over. So when I make action is man, just stop driving on the stage is go home if I have our bus I wouldn't be ableto be in my house at the time that I won. If I'm hungry. I used pull over and then I find something to in some tire. I just go home. I love trying for we love flexibility. Like Leyva Sanchez. Gustavo Lopez drives full time and he agrees about the flexibility. He used to work the usual 9 to 5 job and you're for more. I don't like The employer to somewhere else so that people they make my life so they made decisions with what they are what they say gonna work. They make decision for me. How much money you gonna make a day? They make decision. Like if I can have vacation or no with my family. I don't like it. Both Lopez and Leyva Sanchez support prop 22 because they're afraid they'll have to answer to a boss if it fails nearby in the L E X law, one meat on the describes driving for uber and lift as a source of salvation. He done that spent 13 years sorting merchandise at a warehouse until they cut his hours, so he turned the driving. Now he doesn't full time, and he's also afraid of losing flexibility. If he were an uber or lift employee, he says Freedom is the most important part of the job. With the cost of living in California. Putting limits on the worker makes it harder to support a family. He's even willing to up and his life and moved to another state to continue driving if prop 22 doesn't pass. You know you OK? Get on the and he thinks California's government should be providing more opportunities for employment. Instead of creating problems for folks of families. Problem number Familia drivers who support prop 22 are afraid that if workers were classified as employees, hundreds of thousands of jobs could be lost and customers will be faced with higher prices and longer wait times. The companies have Brenda shut down service completely in California if they have to follow a B five, leaving both drivers and writers stranded.

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The importance of great industrial communication

The Main Column

05:15 min | 2 years ago

The importance of great industrial communication

"Today's article is the importance of great industrial communication. It was written by Rick Kaiser and Rogan Jones both from AIDS software. Great Communication and refinery operations is critically important. Anything less can lead to tragedy. The authors have personally experienced losing six close friends in refinery co workers in preventable accident they in hundreds of other industrial workers might still be alive. Today had the right information been available at the right time to make the right decisions to perform the right actions given that safe teen efficiency are the key economic drivers in refinery operations to excel it. Both requires implementing and maintaining great refinery communication. Great communication can be summarized in five rules. Number one provide clear and concise information and instructions keep the message simple and focused to the target audience use the language technical jargon and acronyms clearly understood by the workers who carry out the instructions number to require feedback feedback is critical in works both ways. It verifies that the information was received in the instructions were understood and executed. It provides accountability documented. The actions taken to perform an assigned task because the feedback process exposes participants to uncertainty risk emotional exposure. All feedback must be given honestly received impartially and acted upon professionally. Three establish a maintain trust trust is all about building relationships through honesty and integrity. It provides consistent follow through an accurate information at the right time. Trust is showing empathy to others with the understanding that different points of view must always be considered. Number four ask questions actively listened to the answers? This means not only listening with your ears but also comprehending what is being said, giving your full attention to someone conveyed an idea goes a long way in building the relationship and establishing trust number five, clarify and summarize. Reflect back on what was communicated to you in summarize it to the speaker. Not only does this demonstrate that you are actively listening but that you heard correctly and fully understand the message. Oil Refineries operate continuously across multiple shifts were hundreds of workers and thousands of instruments generate millions of data values, process alarms, fuel operate observations, and shift handover notes. The rules that apply to peer to peer communication also apply to work group in human machine interfaces or H. For everyone to make the right decisions and perform the correct actions, they must have the right information from the right source in real time to achieve this some additional rules of communication apply. Number one simplify. Overload and confusion occurs when too much extraneous data is displayed without context understanding occurs when information is presented logically, and in a timely fashion, this can be accomplished by filtering all data displayed on is according to a user specific job or location to further simplify focus the information additional filters designed for a specific function can be applied providing targeted data that is clear and easy to understand. Number, to use multiple data sources, information comes from many independent sources including Skater, Dad historian, lab database, alarm, console manager round reports by collected aggregating this information into a central communications platform. It can be integrated with worker input to provide context for actions, performed and provide critical information shift handovers. Number three, provide flexibility. workflows always control the reporting and we conditions change. New reports must be quickly created or existing reports modified to capture these changes. Since each refinery is unique report designs must occur at the refinery level independent of the service provider. Number Four. Roll up roll down and go sideways communicating across the various units and between multiple shifts can involve one to one one to many many to one and many many interactions secure an intuitive pathways must exist clear easy transfer of information vertically laterally and Tim Poorly. Number five build a historical core. Tribal knowledge is critical for helping new workers, understand processes and resolve problems. Historical information must be easily accessible to all users at any time on any device. Improving worker communication and collaboration in industry provides a wide range of positive benefits including increased productivity, safety, and accountability. Lower Absenteeism and turnover rates higher job security lowered barriers to language and cultural differences greater harmony across shifts as employees were closer together.

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Five Super Good Rules for Recovery.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

04:25 min | 2 years ago

Five Super Good Rules for Recovery.

"He's sober sellers. It is hot hot hot down here and Peachtree city. Georgia and I'm kind of excited today have got some exciting personal news for myself. I've decided I'm going to move I. Think I mentioned this one of my former podcast but I'm quite excited about it a little nervous but overwhelmingly happy anyway that's a little bit to share with you on the personal note today. How Nice is it when you get a whole bunch of written reviews on Itunes and others, verses deliver to you in a week. Thank you guys for being. So kind I. thought I'd read one today. This is from actually I think I'm the leave off the name just in case this person wrote I am a thirty nine year old mom of three girls recovering from what Len has taught. Me would be a moderate to severe substance use disorder I am two hundred and forty days sober Woo Woo, -gratulations Lynn she writes thank you. You are helping me learn healthier coping skills and you do so with so much love and light God bless you. Thank you so much. I can't tell you how warm I feel on the inside knowing that I'm helping someone out there. It feels so so good tim. I'm going to offer you a nother five ish list I dunno, I just called it that but I just did in last week's podcast I shared about five ways to transform a shame and I came across another list this week from addictions and Recovery Dot Org that shares the five rules of recovery which I thought were pretty brilliant I think any time that we are. Kind of going about our days lackadaisically which. Many of us doing these days except for you parents who are sending your kids back to school I'm sure you're days aren't so lackadaisical but oftentimes we get caught in the Rut or were overlooking our needs are definitely you parents and can get lost in the day to day life that we all have, which is why I want to up our game on. Sick recovery skills we can all benefit from going over these and paying closer attention to what may be getting lost in our day to day rituals or programs of recovery. Or calendars schedules all that kind of good stuff and remember recovery is for all of us. When I first started my journey using the twelve steps of a I would read them to other people including my family and folks are like well I. Think we all could kind of benefit from taking these assessments of ourselves becoming more aware of things in our lives and I couldn't agree more. Remember that you can apply recovery to anything in your life. If you're feeling low, you can recover from that. If you're feeling stressed, you can recover from that. Recovery is a return to a more normalized state. Of Health of mind of body whatever you need it to me. So try and listen with a close ear today. If you don't have a substance use problem think in terms of your anxiety or your depression or your. Compulsions to do things for other people whatever is causing you problems in your life. You may be able to apply some of these rules or principles to just change the language up a little bit because we are going to be specifically talking about addiction. Alright then rule number one, create a new life where it is easier not to use or create a life where it is easier not to behave the same

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5 Rules For Creating a Podcast Title

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

05:45 min | 2 years ago

5 Rules For Creating a Podcast Title

"What's going on my friend? Welcome back welcome for the first time to the PODCAST domination show I'm lose as your host, and this episode is not going to be a long one, and quite frankly you probably see a lot of my episodes. More recently have been shorter episodes that are the ones that are the Solos and I'm GonNa keep it that way. I want to respect your time. Give you exactly what you need to be successful in podcasting and then I wanNA get out of your ear so today like I mentioned before. You'RE GONNA learn the five rules you have to follow, or you should follow to create amazing an amazing podcast title. Some of the reasons to back up as before we get into this about why I'm doing this topic now is because I've been getting this question. A lot on calls a lot of times I throughout this. Week's been a lot of calls of people who want to launch podcast and one of the big questions. It has like I. Don't know what how to name it or or I don't understand. What's the best practices for naming it, so? I figured I'd do a refresher on this. Of course in my program, the PODCAST launch formula we go into depth on this. I show you all the tools and tricks and tactics and cheech. You can use to really nail your name down, but today you're GonNa learn the five simple tools or five simple ways. Or rules. If I can speak today. That are GONNA help you really get a solid name so. Back or because of popular demand. We're doing this today, so let's dive into it so number one the the I. I. Guess Rule You'd want. You'd WANNA. Really really adhere to when you're thinking of a name is to avoid words that are hard to spell or words that are easily confused or words that that most people are GonNa have a hard time. Spelling think about the the the average person that's probably to your podcast. You have to understand what is their education level? If you're talking to doctors, and maybe it's okay to to use a little bit more technical advanced term, but if you're talking to. Most demographics I would say you're going to want to keep the words simple to smell to spell to smell. Sorry Sunday. But some tips here to avoid. our industry words so certain things that are like really really words that most people wouldn't understand you wanna be as clear as day with these title so number one avoid words are hard to spell words that are easily. GonNa get misspelled in in Google. Apple podcasts or wherever people are searching your podcast from that is going to be a big issue. If you are trying to make sure the name is very easy remember. To find in your podcast directory. So that's number. One number two is. Don't use your name. And it's okay to put like with so and so, but if you're gonNA, do it like the Mike. Dillard show like my dillard's can do that and other big personal brands can do that because they have a big name Bay of already established a name, but if you're someone new, maybe someone who's not so well known meaning like if you don't have a database of like fifty to one hundred thousand people. Even, then it's a hard sell I. We've had a lot of clients recently with bigger personal brands asked me this I name at the Xyz show and I've I've told them repeatedly. No, because unless you're getting tons of organic Google searches for your name like Neil Patel. For example, he's a guy who gets a lot of organic searches for his name. Neil Patel. Less, you're like that. You're getting thousands. Hundreds of thousands of of search impressions tens of thousands of search impressions month then it's going to be in your favor because. People are not going to know what your shows abouts. In you know in two to three seconds when they see that right I, see a lot of podcasts out there that I have no idea who the person is, and maybe just because I'm from the industry who knows, but it doesn't seem like they're big personal brand name, and they've got their name on the podcast and for me, that does know as a listener that that does no benefit for me like I really don't care about your name I just I just WanNa see if you can help me solve whatever it is. You're claiming solve right. people really don't care. UNLESS, you're Oprah Winfrey or someone big. We talking about before Neil Patel. It's going to be hard to to to get traction early on with that kind of positioning. Okay, so that's my advice. If you're someone who's not getting hundreds or tens of thousands of search, ranking or searches for your name already then it's that I'd say pick something else. Go with the name. That's more descriptive as to how you're going to solve the problem or how you going to help this person. Who's GonNa Listen Your podcasts. That's number two so recap number one. Don't use words that are hardest bell number two. Don't use your name unless you're a mega personal brand already. Number, three avoid hyphens apostrophes. Our ever you wherever you can We launched a show that had hyphen. In its recently and we were, we did a lot of thinking about this and the show went. Find got top top shows number two in its category, but we did a lot of thinking. What other what else could we do, so we finally decided. The name is easy enough that it doesn't really matter, but for most cases you're gonNA. Want to avoid hyphens posture fees because this is where. People if they forget that if they don't know, maybe they don't know if there's a the in front of like the podcast show like. If you notice, my show called, it just called PODCASTONE nation show. There's no the. In the actual title. And I did that on purpose. Because if you do have a than, it makes people sometimes forget it, so it gets into entire annoying mess that could mess with your search rankings and search results

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

For all the changes, NFL draft kind of looked, well, normal

"Quarterbacks Jason Mitchell were in much is facing demand drugs with and three like weapons most going charges meetings in the first these in Mississippi days six picks when the original authorities cast Ellis members used say he of Joe was parks burrow busted and went recreation after first a traffic overall get back to together stop Cincinnati for in next Gulfport week's show Miami after took it Alabama's will research be following police tua social Tagovailoa turned up about distancing two and pounds five rules of marijuana Amy and with Poehler the sixth wrapped Aziz pick in the separate Ansari LA Chargers packages Nick grab Offerman Justin they also of Herbert the rest found of out the thirteen crew of Oregon will be hundred in the half doses hour the special last of the time party that three airs drug quarterbacks next Thursday ecstasy went on off NBC the board police that the also story quickly say they line was found in nineteen reflects two weapons the ninety current nine and coded A. K. forty nineteen later seven crisis in the and first a Glock round with Polish pistol Green character Bay traded trying Mitchell to up stay won to in acclaim select touch for with Utah playing their friends state's rapper the Jordan Eazy show's executive love E. producer in with straight the twenty says outta he Compton sixth hopes pick everyone more enjoys recently I the am special mark he was fired Myers and from the show donate I'd admit contributions unspecified will go allegations to feeding America's of misconduct coded nineteen allegations response that he fund has reportedly it is helping denied food banks I'm serve Oscar people wells Gabriel who have been hard hit financially by the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"five ruling" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"five ruling" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Has been proven to kill viruses like swine flu avian bird flu at bay and others because of the current situation we are offering a bona fide fifty percent off air scrubbers and free installation to learn more or book an appointment give us a call at nine one six four four four one two three four or you can find us online at I think bill pros dot com true power in this world comes for your economic independence nobody can give it to you you must gain it for yourself hi I'm John hope Bryant founder chairman and CEO of the nonprofit operation hope for twenty six years operation hope has been changing the lives of low to moderate income individuals across this country with financial dignity and economic uplift raising credit scores in creating thousands of homeowners small business owners in financially literate individuals give fifty dollars or more today in support of our mission at operation hope dot org in a copy of my latest book the memo five rules for your economic liberation will be donated in your name to our library in your community call four zero four nine four one two nine one nine four zero four nine four one two nine one nine for more information voices you trust Kristina Mendonca Sam Shane the KFBK morning news on the news ninety three point one welcome back it's rush with more I remember great to have you with is the phone number is eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two.

"five ruling" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"five ruling" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The record it's got to be a record loss for any administration five rulings in one day hopefully they don't recognize that because he this is what this is there just to tell you the moment but here's the thing this is not anything to be gleeful about for our country it's a very sad time when there is the thought that the president of the United States and the Jews and the data and the facts show that the president of the United States has violated his oath of office and why is that important you will call on September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven the constitution was adopted that day when Benjamin Franklin came out of independence hall on to the steps they said not freckled offering to we have a monarchy or Republic he's a Republic if we can keep that Republic is based on operation of power co with will branches of government a check and balance on each other so we have a president who says I can do what ever I want an axe accordingly and tries to undermine hours of the legislative branch so this isn't about any disregard for him that's for the election this is our democracy at risk if we do not have a system of checks and balances separation of power we have a monarchy a person who believes he can do whatever he wants unaccountable a Republic if we can say that we can keep it what okay.

"five ruling" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"five ruling" Discussed on KQED Radio

"System got to be a record it's got to be a record loss for any administration five rulings in one day hopefully they recognize that because he this is what this is that just to tell you the moment but here's the thing this is not anything to be gleeful about for our country it's a very sad time when there is the thought that the president of the United States and the trees and the data and the facts show that the president of the United States has violated his oath of office and why is that important you will call on September seventeenth seventeen eighty seven the constitution was adopted that day when Benjamin Franklin came out of independence hall on to the steps they said and I frankly don't Frank do we have a monarchy or Republic he's a Republic if we can keep that Republic is based on operation of power co with will branches of government a check and balance on each other said we have a president who says I can do what ever I want and acts accordingly and tries to undermine hours of the legislative branch so this isn't about any disregard for him that's for the election this is our democracy at risk if we do not have a system of checks and balances separation of power we have a monarchy a person who believes he can do whatever he wants unaccountable a Republic if we can say that we can keep it okay.

"five ruling" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"five ruling" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"You couldn't find a dentist in Phoenix on Christmas to fits that. If you had a gun, I mean, literally, and then Dennis competition. Yeah. I know. I mean, I think you're absolutely right. Unfortunately, you know, most people don't want to don't wanna work those types hours. But, but yeah, I mean, you could absolutely clean up. I mean emergencies and same day treatment is is such a big part of dentistry. I mean as everybody knows. So I think just cleaning up on emergencies, and you know, people who work long hours, I think anyone can make a killing probably anywhere. But yeah, I mean in that small town like you said, I mean, there's got to be more. I think there are a couple but like her dad practices there. And he he hasn't taken on a new patient for I think about a year, and he works similar hours to what you were doing. He does like six days a week, sometimes sixty hours, not accept new patients, and he any hasn't taken a new and he cracks it out. I mean, they're just there's too much dentistry there, you know, he should right. Tell them to write Argo magazine, you know, how rare it is to find Dennis new patients. I mean, you know, how rare that is I don't but. A chance. Article because what devas do it's the same thing with dots. They're very upset about him viz lying there various at us smiles direct club because on you know, the five rules of a business faster easier. Higher quality lower cost is more miniature and they want to builder officiency ease. They want to get better marketing, they wanna be on Instagram. They wanted to every single thing possible. But they don't want to budge on that sixty five hundred bucks. And now you see smiles drug throwing out saying, we'll do it for twenty five hundred. And so so one of the biggest things you have to decided to forego the road or you going to be that that all star quarterback and do a low volume high expensive hi-fi where you're like the super Dennis like your Drew Bledsoe. You know, your your Peyton Manning? Or are you gonna go for the other half the American market, which you take my insurance, you're on my plans, and I just wanted faster cheaper easier. So that that's that's a big strategic has. Both business models work in strides. But we're doesn't work is when you don't know what path you're on. And they say, oh, I'm gonna be Drew Bledsoe are Peyton Manning. But I'm gonna do it for all these PPO fees. So they start getting all this heights equipment. They're going off to Kwesi and spear and Ross Nash and pinky and student Dawson, and they got all the Mercedes Benz there is, but they're selling it for the price of Chevy. And then you go in there and a lot of times those offices have labor. That's thirty percent. Thirty five percent because they have it. You know, GM has a Chevy upon in old abused Cadillac, and these Dennis cannot say, well, I'm just going to sell all those cars in one factory. You're like, dude, I'm pretty sure that that doesn't work. I mean, you can't have the high Oakland for a Cadillac and then sell denser Chevy. So one of the next things you'll have to figure out you got your demographics. You got location..

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