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Golden Knights Surges Past Wild for 5-2 Win to Take 2-1 Series Lead

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Golden Knights Surges Past Wild for 5-2 Win to Take 2-1 Series Lead

"The golden knights scored five consecutive goals to beat the wild five two in game three and claim a two one series lead after the wild scored twice in the first they had a potential third goal called off after review showed it was offside the golden knights took over from there including a pair for their captain mark stone we got a fortunate challenged was outside and then ten minutes into our you know five five ten minutes in the second period we got a couple big saves it was a two and then we tried to call the game not totally really well gosh what you're going to transition the puck well and that's what led to our offense Patrick brown William Karlsson and Reilly Smith also got on the board for Vegas Ryan Hartman jewelers next scored the goals for the wild game four is Saturday night Kevin foremost Saint Paul

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Kevin Jones shares how he expanded his sports podcasts network

The Business of Content

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Kevin Jones shares how he expanded his sports podcasts network

"Hey kevin thanks for joining us. Simon man pleasure to be here appreciate you having me so before we talk about your podcast at work. Let's talk about what you were doing. Prior to your podcast network you like you got your start in radio right. What didn't you like about that medium. Yeah i kind of had a long winding journey before and got to blue wire tv in washington. Dc at wsh nine Where i actually like a digital blogger. It was bryce harper's rookie year. Rt threes rookie ear there space on the website to create content kind of l. Put my way into media at a tv station. That i turned that opportunity into the cleveland. Crowds dot com. They were growing their media operation. They had Space on espn eight fifty. They had their own radio show in studio in the building. The i broke into radio there. I was on the team side for the browns. You kind of don't have your own voice in. They were losing quite a bit of game so eventually took an opportunity. Came biard in san francisco. The main am station. It was a wonderful experience for the most part. I saw kaepernick kneeling i the warriors when titles. I got to go on the radio every day. I created digital content. But i didn't see a path forward for someone like myself who was twenty seventeen. I was twenty eight years old. I wasn't going to become a radio host. I wasn't gonna be on tv. And i didn't see enough opportunities and saw a lot of really good free agents on twitter and that's kind of how i stumbled upon blue ir but Yeah my background is really creating content for older digital media platforms. And were you like talking head on the radio. Where you're like a court correspondent like bose kind of your role way more correspondent. I came here in san francisco. Be at the warriors games calling in kevin. Jones live from game six of the western conference vitals. Kevin give us the mood. It would be five ten minute had sometimes team not just the update guy so i got to show up my personality. I wrote digital content. I was tweeting all the time And just treating you making better content. For came we are the most of the radio host For my age group which was articles about the warriors tweets about the forty niners. I was giving kmby. Are that brand name digitally. I wasn't getting rewarded for it and that really pushed me to found blue wire. 'cause i thought i was actually giving more wrong to the radio station online and wasn't getting paid properly short. Did you feel like you had a brand like where people obviously wouldn't recognize you on the street Because they only heard your voice today. Would you be like a bar like. Oh i totally know who you are times. Nothing crazy but you know. That's really what they found. Blue stems from dairy. Is that person in san francisco. He had a warriors podcast. I would getting drinks with him. If people were literally coming up to him and dabbling in sam. I love light years. Love what you do on twitter. It was up one of my a ha moments before i came into company. Is that twitter. Influencers in sports are so undervalued beat reporters for newspaper are kind of going out of style. In my opinion it's a it's a necessary way to get facts and information but Radio hosts are being replaced. In my opinion my twitter influencers youtube post snapchat users who have built communities of people. Yeah i think it's fair to say i have by own brandon. We have one hundred podcasters. I know we're going to get to blue i They have their own brands. And i think that's what makes us different. What's the world's going that way man. It's niche you can be this fantasy football funny guy you can be nerdy a little on the browns. Anyone can pick their lane right now. And then from the radio you went to go work at facebook on like content strategy. What kind of content where you strategizing on. Yeah it was on. The business helped team work out of building. Sixty one in menlo park so anytime. There was a new product launch across functional team facebook. There's a product manager. There's a marketing manager. There's someone who also writes help contact when a user gets the pay what is and that was kind of my role. It was definitely a lower tier. Get your foot in the door at facebook. But i learned a lot about scaling and how the task and project management and just it was a even though. They're not in the news in a good way. The culture they're working there was pretty good. People respectful a challenge each other in a polite way. I was coming from media where people throwing dictionaries at each other in the room. People were getting fired left and right backstabbing each other. Facebook actually gave me a little bit of hope as weird as it is saying this big evil giant stealing all the ad revenue move fast and break things but working inside. That building collaborated with people. Who admired and it kind of gave me the wings that eight. I can take some elements of facebook. Mix it into a sports media company

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Choosing the Right Podcast Format

Brands On Brands On Brands

04:12 min | 1 year ago

Choosing the Right Podcast Format

"Right. How to format your podcast. Why do you need the format your podcast. Why are these questions that keep coming because every time we get started before you ready to hit record on your show. There's some simple choices that you have to make that outline the format of your show these choices give your show the structure it needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. What do i mean. Well imagine this that some weeks show is two minutes and others. It's two hours and sometimes the show was funny. Sometimes it's serious and sometimes they talk about expert topics and sometimes they're just doing comedy all day. You wouldn't know why you're tuning into that show. You wouldn't know why you should listen. You wouldn't have a reason to go there every week now. There are a few people that get away with. This are the celebrities in their game. They can afford to do a variety show but for most of us for most of you starting podcast today. that don't already have that built in audience. You have to be more specific. You have to give your show and identity that people understand when they are searching for you get to give them a reason to tune in every week that they can count on that consistency matters. So these choices you have to make about your show. We'll give it structure the structure and needs to deliver a consistent experience for your audience. These are the first questions most people ask when starting. When i'm giving some coaching advice. I have people talked about how to start their podcast when i when i coached him on how to launch. When i'm doing that these are always first questions. Come up they come up on. Discovery calls the come up an actual podcast coaching sessions. That i'm running. And i'd like to just get them out of the way here. If it helps you get started awesome so the reason that most people ask these questions because they're like well i've seen so many different examples of which shows are out there what you know. I don't know which one to pick him. What would be the best one that would suit me. So that's what we're going through this today. So here are the three kind of bigger groupings of things. We'll talk about. We'll talk about the bill of this show. We'll talk about the flow of the show. And we're gonna talk about the production of it right. These are the things that would you know that form the basic show format so. Let's talk about the bill. I the build starts with the parameters of the show. This includes the length of the show the frequency. How often you put shows out and the consistency. And what i want to say about that. Especially we'll talk about the links right so the length is literally how long is show going to be. Is it going to be five. Minutes is it can be one hundred minutes. Whatever whatever going to be. I'll tell you this with most people should will tell you is that it doesn't matter right as long as you pick something that makes sense that you know you should record for as long as it takes to get the point across. I'll tell you slightly something different. If your show is an interview you should be aiming for about forty five minutes. Why is that well because when you book interviews. Most people want to give you one hour of time lot of some people that are higher harder to get willing give half hour but for the most part if you aim for an hour of time that means you have time at the beginning to say hello to your guests before you record to get them acclimated with this show and it gives you a little bit of time after the show five ten minutes to recap safe thank you and have any final chitchat with your guest. So that forty five minute forty to forty five minute window of actual content is all you need and then your bolt onto that the intros and things that you're going to do at the end of the show so that all package together ends up being about forty. Five minutes of contact could be a little more. Could be less. That can be a goal for you for interviews. it's a solo show. You might want to cut that down a little bit. I would aim for somewhere between ten and twenty minutes of content. That ends up being just the right amount where you can actually get your ideas across in simple to understand manner and also if you're turning this into something that's transcribed into a blog or something like that. It is the right amount of content that fits into something readable for people also about fifteen. Ten between ten and twenty minutes is about what youtube likes. We're looking at video when you edit these things down you're going to be right in that sweet spot to the right amount of content that works on these platforms. So i i of cilicia and for that there are different formats. If you're doing more of a daily show you might want to end. Aim for something more. That's that smaller quick sized bites but again you got to pick the link that works for what the show is intended to do

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It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

Recovery Happy Hour

06:36 min | 1 year ago

It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

"All right. Today's interview is released. Special gee-gee langer has been sober for thirty. Four years used a twelve step program but what is so wonderful about. Her story is all of the other resources that she's used to do. Even deeper healing. We talk about energy work. Inner child healing topping Rural linguistic reprogramming. Meditation cranial sacred healing and outta jillian really incredible books to read all of which are linked in the show notes. This is proof that healing goes on forever and that your recovery won't look the same forever. Either she is the author of the book fifty ways to worry less now and is retired in florida with her husband. It was an absolute joy to get to know her. Here's digi langer hygiene. How are you. I am great. I'm so glad to be here. And yeah i'm so excited to be having recovery. Happy hour with you today. Thank you for taking the time to to share your story of recovery. I'm going to start this interview. The same way i start every interview and that is what is your name and your sobriety date and would you have described yourself as a high or low functioning drinker when you were drinking langer smy name and my sobriety date is february. Eleventh nineteen eighty six. And i was still a high functioning. I except in the area of romance in the area romance. I was extremely low functioning. I mean are we ever high functioning their love and logic those two things. Just don't mix well well. Why don't we just say that to other people. It looked like i was high functioning dairy cow. Mary go. I think i'll i think all of the above is super relatable before we get into your story. Tell me real quick just about what you're doing right now where you live. How old you are what you do for a living family hobbies anything like that. I'm retired. And i'm a little over seventy and i live in southwest florida. I grew up outside of chicago area and then travelled all over in my rambunctious years twenties and thirties. And most of my time. I've lived in michigan for the last several years just this summer. My husband and i moved down to florida. We have a little condo here. We have our kitty with us. And i don't have any children. Because i couldn't stay married long enough and snow grandchildren. So yeah life is good. I don't know what else you asked me. I think that hobbies. What do you like to do for fun right now. In south florida. Play a little golf You know. I have a blog and a lot of service work and a a nonprofit. I'm on that helps. Connect women in sobriety and i do a newsletter and i'm working on another a workbook for how to worry less and my husband and i play we. We just have a good time yeah. I'm very grateful that is fantastic. We'll let's get into your story and in five ten minutes or less. Tell us how long you drink. Tell us how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop you know. It really wasn't a problem for a long time in high school. I got drunk really drunk once and got deathly ill and had a blackout and everybody said how fun. I was a couple of times in college. I got drunk and did not stupid things. And and then i got married and started a teaching career and and he didn't really drink so i drank very little toward the end of that that it. It's kind of a long story about that marriage. But anyway i was very desperate at the end and i discovered marijuana so in my you know. Twenty three or so. I discovered that marijuana killed the emotional pain that i was going through. I really preferred marijuana. I could drink about six. Or seven beers. You know and i got through grad school by getting high and at night to ease the stress and it was really when i was around thirty four years. Old let's see. I had already been divorced twice. I was finishing my doctorate. I had gotten through that with the aid of drugs and alcohol just to calm anxiety and And i lived with two other guys long term. And so i met this guy who was different from all the other guys and i thought. Oh this is. The john and i moved to michigan and we got married very fast and within nine months of marrying him. I went to a bar picked up a stranger and he had marijuana and i started having this affair. You know with this guy. And and i went out to bars a couple of more times when my husband was traveling. My third house but my new you know went home with strangers. Finally i went running to a psychologist. I said what is wrong. With this problem. I have a brand new phd from stanford. And i have this private cd life and my professional life is looking better and better in my private life was worse and worse and he said well you're in the early stages of alcoholism you know. He got my family history and He said just try for a month or two. Try having one or two drinks but stopping and see what happens. Well sure enough. I tried to do his experiment. And sometimes i have two drinks and stop just like a normal drinker. Other times i would have the two drinks and then it was third drink and fourth rank and pick up the stranger and do crazy things that no one could get me to leave and eventually it. I could see the pattern very clearly. That if i had even one drink i could not trust myself to do really dangerous things for myself and other people

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It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

Recovery Happy Hour

05:46 min | 1 year ago

It's a Wonderful Life With Gigi

"All right. Today's interview is released. Special gee-gee langer has been sober for thirty. Four years used a twelve step program but what is so wonderful about. Her story is all of the other resources that she's used to do. Even deeper healing. We talk about energy work. Inner child healing topping Rural linguistic reprogramming. Meditation cranial sacred healing and outta jillian really incredible books to read all of which are linked in the show notes. This is proof that healing goes on forever and that your recovery won't look the same forever. Either she is the author of the book fifty ways to worry less now and is retired in florida with her husband. It was an absolute joy to get to know her. Here's digi langer hygiene. How are you. I am great. I'm so glad to be here. And yeah i'm so excited to be having recovery. Happy hour with you today. Thank you for taking the time to to share your story of recovery. I'm going to start this interview. The same way i start every interview and that is what is your name and your sobriety date and would you have described yourself as a high or low functioning drinker when you were drinking langer smy name and my sobriety date is february. Eleventh nineteen eighty six. And i was still a high functioning. I except in the area of romance in the area romance. I was extremely low functioning. I mean are we ever high functioning their love and logic those two things. Just don't mix well well. Why don't we just say that to other people. It looked like i was high functioning dairy cow. Mary go. I think i'll i think all of the above is super relatable before we get into your story. Tell me real quick just about what you're doing right now where you live. How old you are what you do for a living family hobbies anything like that. I'm retired. And i'm a little over seventy and i live in southwest florida. I grew up outside of chicago area and then travelled all over in my rambunctious years twenties and thirties. And most of my time. I've lived in michigan for the last several years just this summer. My husband and i moved down to florida. We have a little condo here. We have our kitty with us. And i don't have any children. Because i couldn't stay married long enough and snow grandchildren. So yeah life is good. I don't know what else you asked me. I think that hobbies. What do you like to do for fun right now. In south florida. Play a little golf You know. I have a blog and a lot of service work and a a nonprofit. I'm on that helps. Connect women in sobriety and i do a newsletter and i'm working on another a workbook for how to worry less and my husband and i play we. We just have a good time yeah. I'm very grateful that is fantastic. We'll let's get into your story and in five ten minutes or less. Tell us how long you drink. Tell us how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop you know. It really wasn't a problem for a long time in high school. I got drunk really drunk once and got deathly ill and had a blackout and everybody said how fun. I was a couple of times in college. I got drunk and did not stupid things. And and then i got married and started a teaching career and and he didn't really drink so i drank very little toward the end of that that it. It's kind of a long story about that marriage. But anyway i was very desperate at the end and i discovered marijuana so in my you know. Twenty three or so. I discovered that marijuana killed the emotional pain that i was going through. I really preferred marijuana. I could drink about six. Or seven beers. You know and i got through grad school by getting high and at night to ease the stress and it was really when i was around thirty four years. Old let's see. I had already been divorced twice. I was finishing my doctorate. I had gotten through that with the aid of drugs and alcohol just to calm anxiety and And i lived with two other guys long term. And so i met this guy who was different from all the other guys and i thought. Oh this is. The john and i moved to michigan and we got married very fast and within nine months of marrying him. I went to a bar picked up a stranger and he had marijuana and i started having this affair. You know with this guy. And and i went out to bars a couple of more times when my husband was traveling. My third house but my new you know went home with strangers. Finally i went running to a psychologist. I said what is wrong. With this problem. I have a brand new phd from stanford. And i have this private cd life and my professional life is looking better and better in my private life was worse and worse

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It's A Wonderful Life With Gigi

Recovery Happy Hour

05:00 min | 1 year ago

It's A Wonderful Life With Gigi

"Hygiene. How are you. I am great. I'm so glad to be here. And yeah i'm so excited to be having recovery. Happy hour with you today. Thank you for taking the time to to share your story of recovery. I'm going to start this interview. The same way i start every interview and that is what is your name and your sobriety date and would you have described yourself as a high or low functioning drinker when you were drinking langer smy name and my sobriety date is february. Eleventh nineteen eighty six. And i was still a high functioning. I except in the area of romance in the area romance. I was extremely low functioning. I mean are we ever high functioning their love and logic those two things. Just don't mix well well. Why don't we just say that to other people. It looked like i was high functioning dairy cow. Mary go. I think i'll i think all of the above is super relatable before we get into your story. Tell me real quick just about what you're doing right now where you live. How old you are what you do for a living family hobbies anything like that. I'm retired. And i'm a little over seventy and i live in southwest florida. I grew up outside of chicago area and then travelled all over in my rambunctious years twenties and thirties. And most of my time. I've lived in michigan for the last several years just this summer. My husband and i moved down to florida. We have a little condo here. We have our kitty with us. And i don't have any children. Because i couldn't stay married long enough and snow grandchildren. So yeah life is good. I don't know what else you asked me. I think that hobbies. What do you like to do for fun right now. In south florida. Play a little golf You know. I have a blog and a lot of service work and a a nonprofit. I'm on that helps. Connect women in sobriety and i do a newsletter and i'm working on another a workbook for how to worry less and my husband and i play we. We just have a good time yeah. I'm very grateful that is fantastic. We'll let's get into your story and in five ten minutes or less. Tell us how long you drink. Tell us how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop you know. It really wasn't a problem for a long time in high school. I got drunk really drunk once and got deathly ill and had a blackout and everybody said how fun. I was a couple of times in college. I got drunk and did not stupid things. And and then i got married and started a teaching career and and he didn't really drink so i drank very little toward the end of that that it. It's kind of a long story about that marriage. But anyway i was very desperate at the end and i discovered marijuana so in my you know. Twenty three or so. I discovered that marijuana killed the emotional pain that i was going through. I really preferred marijuana. I could drink about six. Or seven beers. You know and i got through grad school by getting high and at night to ease the stress and it was really when i was around thirty four years. Old let's see. I had already been divorced twice. I was finishing my doctorate. I had gotten through that with the aid of drugs and alcohol just to calm anxiety and And i lived with two other guys long term. And so i met this guy who was different from all the other guys and i thought. Oh this is. The john and i moved to michigan and we got married very fast and within nine months of marrying him. I went to a bar picked up a stranger and he had marijuana and i started having this affair. You know with this guy. And and i went out to bars a couple of more times when my husband was traveling. My third house but my new you know went home with strangers. Finally i went running to a psychologist. I said what is wrong. With this problem. I have a brand new phd from stanford. And i have this private cd life and my professional life is looking better and better in my private life was worse and

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It's A Wonderful Life With Gigi

Recovery Happy Hour

04:43 min | 1 year ago

It's A Wonderful Life With Gigi

"Hygiene. How are you. I am great. I'm so glad to be here. And yeah i'm so excited to be having recovery. Happy hour with you today. Thank you for taking the time to to share your story of recovery. I'm going to start this interview. The same way i start every interview and that is what is your name and your sobriety date and would you have described yourself as a high or low functioning drinker when you were drinking langer smy name and my sobriety date is february. Eleventh nineteen eighty six. And i was still a high functioning. I except in the area of romance in the area romance. I was extremely low functioning. I mean are we ever high functioning their love and logic those two things. Just don't mix well well. Why don't we just say that to other people. It looked like i was high functioning dairy cow. Mary go. I think i'll i think all of the above is super relatable before we get into your story. Tell me real quick just about what you're doing right now where you live. How old you are what you do for a living family hobbies anything like that. I'm retired. And i'm a little over seventy and i live in southwest florida. I grew up outside of chicago area and then travelled all over in my rambunctious years twenties and thirties. And most of my time. I've lived in michigan for the last several years just this summer. My husband and i moved down to florida. We have a little condo here. We have our kitty with us. And i don't have any children. Because i couldn't stay married long enough and snow grandchildren. So yeah life is good. I don't know what else you asked me. I think that hobbies. What do you like to do for fun right now. In south florida. Play a little golf You know. I have a blog and a lot of service work and a a nonprofit. I'm on that helps. Connect women in sobriety and i do a newsletter and i'm working on another a workbook for how to worry less and my husband and i play we. We just have a good time yeah. I'm very grateful that is fantastic. We'll let's get into your story and in five ten minutes or less. Tell us how long you drink. Tell us how long it was a problem and why you decided to stop you know. It really wasn't a problem for a long time in high school. I got drunk really drunk once and got deathly ill and had a blackout and everybody said how fun. I was a couple of times in college. I got drunk and did not stupid things. And and then i got married and started a teaching career and and he didn't really drink so i drank very little toward the end of that that it. It's kind of a long story about that marriage. But anyway i was very desperate at the end and i discovered marijuana so in my you know. Twenty three or so. I discovered that marijuana killed the emotional pain that i was going through. I really preferred marijuana. I could drink about six. Or seven beers. You know and i got through grad school by getting high and at night to ease the stress and it was really when i was around thirty four years. Old let's see. I had already been divorced twice. I was finishing my doctorate. I had gotten through that with the aid of drugs and alcohol just to calm anxiety and And i lived with two other guys long term. And so i met this guy who was different from all the other guys and i thought. Oh this is. The john and i moved to michigan and we got married very fast and within nine months of marrying him. I went to a bar picked up a stranger and he had marijuana and i started having this affair. You know with this guy. And and i went out to bars a couple of more times when my husband was traveling. My third house but my new you know went home with strangers.

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Fall Ahead: Finals Prep

Next Up. Student Success!

05:59 min | 1 year ago

Fall Ahead: Finals Prep

"Tips that you had for students right now as they prepare to wrap up this semester. Yes so that's awesome question and one. That's very very very important. I think first and foremost take a deep breath rate. Just take a deep breath. Because you've mentioned so much is going on so much going on. So i know as a student many of our students. They're tired they're you know they're physically tired. They're mentally tired. They're stressed they're worried. So much is going on so just take a deep breath because not only are you tired. We're tired as well right back. What are you tired around. The i mean we just exhausted so across the board in one of the things. I like to tell my students is. We're in this thing together or we are in this thing together and i think been a huge theme for the pandemic. We are truly all in this thing together so just take a breath reach out when you need to reach out right know that there are different services. I know you've had different sessions about the counts counseling services and all these different services. Your professors your instructors. We're here as well. We want you to be successful. We want you to be healthy right. And so just take a deep breath right. We're here together reach out. We want you to be successful. So i'm here to help you and meaning of your instructors. We are here to help you hear norfolk state university so reach out. Take a breath. Don't don't be afraid to ask. We can't help you if we don't know that you need the help right so make sure. That's first and foremost retail then next. We honestly can't help. You know that you need that assistance so we are truly here for you then next thing when you are you know finals is coming but we still have the last few weeks to end up so i say as i told my students just the other day in our classroom. Let's focus so that we can finish strong like so. What do i mean by that. You still have material. You still have assignments prior to finals right that you need to do. So you know this is we are at that final phase. I'm a former runner. So it's like head down perfect form. You got exaggerate that form. Got the drive. You know you've really got to drive to get to that finish line. You're you're exhausted. So you gotta work on that form and you just gotta have your head down and you just gotta drive. Go just go for all out right. This is no time to give up and this is the time that we really have to be intentional. Truly focus on what needs to happen to finish strong. So what does that mean. Make sure that. I'm studying properly so that this current material are things that you don't have to touch on right so you know if you especially when you have that all inclusive binal right. Maybe if if you make sure that you knock out this stuff can go back to review the older material if that makes sense all right. So how can we make sure that we're studying properly and of the things. I was mentioning before. Was this thing called the study cycle. So see sandra mcguire study cycle. And this thing would it really talks about tells me to do. Is one preview. The material before gwen to class right so of course. That's nothing new. Your teachers tell you to do that unless i don't mean go. Sit down for a half hour. Forty five to look you know the topic. It really is a quick easy. Thirty preview flip through should take you five to ten minutes right seeing. Just familiarizing yourself. What's gonna be covered right. You can see big pictures you can see terms you know. Okay all right you know you just kind of glancing opening your brain in an in getting yourself ready impressed for the learning. That's going to occur so literally. This is something five ten minutes. No more than fifteen minutes of a quick preview not really studying you're just glancing you're previewing. You're familiar rising yourself getting ready. Then of course we're going to class right we know class attendants important so make sure these last few weeks that you are intentional. You're there you're there on time. You're there you're showing up. You're asking your questions your incentive you you already previewed so you know what's going to happen now when you hear about it maybe okay. You have some questions. Make sure you're asking those questions while you're in class now wants clashes over your task. Now is to review right. What happened right. Go back over those notes. Maybe you need to rewrite them. Right or whatever be the case but now i have to go back over that stuff and maybe formulate questions that you thought were cleared but may not be clear right and so this really should take ten fifteen minutes right so. I'm not telling you to really dive in and take forever to do this. It's just go back over your notes developed questions of something that might not have been clear right as we read something. I thought it was clear when she said that. But wait a minute. There's a small question about that. So you develop the questions right those off to the side and develop those kinds of questions. Then i'm going to set aside a time period. Maybe thirty minutes right. I'm going to set aside an intense study session. Thirty minutes thirty minutes guys. That's all i'm asking thirty minutes. We all got thirty minutes. He wasted thirty minutes. Doing who knows what we got thirty minutes. Just literally set aside schedule out that time and we're going to sit there and we are in but before you do that. I need you to task what you want to accomplish in that thirty minutes right. You've gone through the material you know what the material is so say. I want to cover this this this this topic right right that out be intentional. We're not just floating through. Okay what's this. What's this what's this. You know the material that's happened. You know so list out the topics that you want to cover or what you want to get accomplished in those thirty minutes. Sit down and do it right. Go back over that. Go over

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How to get quoted in the media

The PR Playbook Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

How to get quoted in the media

"240 have you ever looked at? Jane or what an article and wondered me how other Founders or CEOs are getting quoted in these stories. It's probably not a happy accident. It's probably a PR person placing them that way there but wage it doesn't mean that's the only way to get in there. So today I'm going to give you some Insider tips on how to get placed in the media as a thought leader a, enter an expert may want to be considered a thought leader. Then you have to prepare yourself in this situation to get quoted or to get asked for expert insights. So these are the few tips that might help you get started and get positioned for this kind of right now first. You have to have your basics down first prepare a brief bio that highlights your expertise and why you're an expert so think of yourself in the biggest form possible how many years of experience what are your degrees? What are Awards You've Won or big clients that you've had. I know it's tough sometimes to put yourself in the shoes of how you want to be viewed as a professional, but if you can't see yourself them, Nobody else will make sure you note, you know, any author articles or Publications and this is all intact so it should be maybe two paragraphs of a bayou and it's always nice to have like a bio and a short bio depending on the different rules for Publications or broadcast. They'll be able to publish one of the other second have a really nice high birth had shot and a lifestyle shop ready to go. So headshot is basically, you know, the face face forward had shot that you might have white background smiling recognized maybe up to your bust and then a lifestyle shot is more like, you know, you laughing or it looks like they're working or you're walking, you know, it could be anything. You can be enjoying a hobby but not sure you're the only one in the shot and it's high resolution which basically is 300 DPI dots per inch you might want to have both of those handy so that you can have a little perspective and if you want more I mean 3 a.m. I've had shots is always a good number to have I think investing in this is really great because it always makes you look much better and positions you as really the expert that you are. So the first thing to do when you're getting ready for this kind of activity is kind of set up some goals and I would set up like a monthly time to go over topics because this is a way of you being relevant and timely issue with what's going on in the news and what's going on in your industry. So I would maybe take a few maybe a couple hours like the day before a month starts or the very beginning of the month to outline like these are off to five topics that I might be talking about this month. And so figure out your position being able to talk about relevant current events is key. But what is your position on those current events? And the more second thing is you could say the more controversial things you could say about it. The more likely it is that you are going to be leveraged as an expert. So have something really insightful. To say have a solution and if you want to Stir It Up Stir It Up know how far you're willing to go and obviously the more you're willing to bend the rules. The more exciting that is odd for people to listen to and include in their stories next whatever three to five topics that you've kind of come up with developed your can response or statement. And so this will serve as a foundation for when you're ready to respond to something that hits the news you can grab a statement and then make a few tweaks to it and then send it off and that way it like reduces the amount of time that you have to spend in the moment. If you see an article and you're like, oh I want to respond to it. It's already it's already ready to go. You might just have to like edit it for like five ten minutes. Lastly you made me want to make a list of reporters or Outlets that you think are most relevant to you that particular month or you've been thinking about it or you really want to be an expert or position. They're dead if it's broadcast or news make sure you're watching The Daily News and that you respond right away, but identify 5 to 10 people who might be controlling editorial content. So that's typically Anna broadcast. It's the producer and those emails are found directly on those news websites, if it's written then you might want to look at the T. I see who's the editor-in-chief or the content director or on the digital media director or the online media editor. So you might want to have a few different contacts and get this is the moment where you create relationships. So what you could do proactively if you spend one or two hours doing this at the beginning of the month. I promise that you'll have some kind of result where you'll feel good about spending the time. It'll definitely be worth your time. A little bit ski if you're a really really really, you know want to get a placement but let's say you just want to put yourself out there and you do it every month and you kind of see it as a newsletter and you add it to something about doing almost like a newsletter distribution or something that at the beginning of the month. What you could do is say hey, you know, my name is John Smith and I'm an expert in artificial intelligence package this month. I see there's a lot of interesting Trends and these were the things that I'm talking about. If you're writing a story. Please contact me and I'll be happy to make some commentary and of course you're going to make a case for yourself a little bit more than what I decide but like also why they should contact you because you're an expert in Ai and you've worked with you as many companies and then you list those three little bullet points that you've outlined earlier and your position on them. And if it's interesting enough, they might want to pick it up and write it so it could be an activity you do every quarter every month, but then them Emails from you on a regular basis, they'll start to get to see your name. You keep calling yourself the same thing. So consistency is very important. You'll one month be an AI expert and the next next month be an expert in economics. You can't do that. Make sure it's consistent your branding for your personal self means to be consistent with what you're saying and what you're pitching.

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Bamboo Learning: Building an EdTech Business on Voice Assistant Platforms with Irina Fine & Ian Freed

Future Ear Radio

04:19 min | 2 years ago

Bamboo Learning: Building an EdTech Business on Voice Assistant Platforms with Irina Fine & Ian Freed

"Goal with bamboo learning really was to use these voice platforms whether Alexa or Google assistant or you know, maybe even some others will come along to enable a game for kids to learn that's a little bit different than they're typically used to and that is because it's Voice driven. And so, you know, if you think about it kids are interacting using their voice at a really early age. I mean two year olds can talk and they certainly can't you know write or spell or things like that. But God so, you know talking is a very natural way for kids to interact and and you know in during my time and Amazon, we certainly saw that that the very passionate about Users of Alexa and the early days where kids they you know, they would ask Alexa to tell them a joke and and they kind of learned what Alexa could do and couldn't do through trial and error and maybe a little more patient than adults and some some ways but you know from the beginning we felt like it voice platforms are just another competing platforms just like mobile just like the internet just like back in the early earlier sort of PC days of computing what we're known as gooey interfaces graphical user interfaces every time there's a kind of change in technology There's an opportunity to to be really creative with that technology and not just do the, you know set my alarm or you know, I remember in the early days of computing like doing a calculator on a PC was a big deal. Well think of how wage Fisticated computers and and mobile apps are now well, our our thinking was that voice platforms would be another Avenue for huge Innovative creativity in applications. That would be really important for people and it just so happens that you know, our favorite people for starting off to tend to be young people and you know as young as four or five and that's really what we're targeting 4 to 5 on up to maybe 11 or 12. We have a few apps that are for you know older kids adults, but right now especially and especially with kids at home from school and still in many parts of the country. We think our applications are just perfect for them. And so the interactions are long they can be Five ten minutes on the low end all the way up to 30 or 40 on the high end. So that's all I want to say about that and Arena, you should jump in for sure. Yeah, when it comes to education wrong importance of interaction and kids hearing as many words as they can. I mean that has been proven that That's the basis for you know School Success Career Success in Boise gives you that opportunity to interact to listen to as you mentioned without being able to read or write you can actually process information do a bit of an analysis and form your own thoughts and express them. So in the recent events, I think highlighted this need for a new Tech Tool that allows younger kids to work independently, you know without having to know how to switch from one window to another and land on the wrong screen most of the time. So they can actually do it without their parents be engaged. Another thing that voice offers. I feel that is currently missing. Its following spoken directions with no other online tools. You can do this and in the classroom that's part of the daily process. But right now when everybody's out of the classroom Voice is pretty much the only Tech that can you know, if you like that so that for language development, I think any application as a general basis. It's a great tool to boost your language skills.

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Protecting your digital privacy during a protest

The 3:59

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Protecting your digital privacy during a protest

"So we've all seen the footage of protesters clashing with police, but beyond the fiscal confrontation police another law enforcement officials are using a lot techniques to monitor and identify protesters. Give me a rundown on what they're doing yet. So police have had tools for a very long time, and they used things like IAMs eye catchers, a more simple name for that would be sting rays which are tools that serve as fake cell phone power. So when you're when you're texting somebody when you're calling somebody, it would connect to them rather than. Than, connecting to whatever service provider that you have, and they would be able to use that to intercept all your calls, and all your text message that you're sending they also have been using tools like Gio fence warrants where they can send requests to police to tech companies, or they can send requests to sell service providers and say we want. Data on all the mobile phones that were in this specific area. Can you please provide that kind of information and Google and companies like t mobile at and t horizon? They have complied with these requests because they're legally obligated to. Other tools include facial recognition that they use to identify people in protests. There was another tool used during protests in Baltimore where they used. A company called Geo Fida with social media surveillance to basically help identify protesters. That were demonstrating again. Police brutality, so you? You actually wrote about Gio. Fence warrants yesterday, and it's an interesting thing. I don't think people really understand. How specific or how narrow is that geographic target that they can get? Can you get them to square block, too? Like a ten square feet patch of land like how specific talking about so these you fence warrants to threat is more about the fact that. They don't have to be specific at all more so versus how specific it can get so a case in Virginia that I had found, they narrowed it down to within the range of like just a bank or the block that a bank was on because they were trying to figure out who was behind this bank robbery, and they didn't have a name they didn't have. Any details about what the person looks like or anything like that, but they. They knew that happened at this bank at this time, so they send us warned request to Google that says we're looking for data on all the phones that was in this area during this hour, but the problem is. Is that with these warrants? You can have it, you know the. The size of entire neighborhood these are this is essentially a dragnet surveillance kind of thing. Where imagined the non tech? Like version of this right? It would basically be cops knocking on every single door, being able to go in and search every single home and say and and seeing you know hey, where you at this bank at this time that kind of thing. That happened in colonial times. I was called a general warrant. And that's part of the reason why we have the fourth amendment now say you need probable cause, and you need a specific reason to search someplace, and that was understood for a very long time with search warrants GIO fence warrants. It seems like you know because the law hasn't really caught up with technology. They're able to just do these widespread searches and gathered data on on. An entire range of people there are so many cases where you know innocent people have had their data swept up by these searches just because they've just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Well, and it's not very difficult for police obtained warrants right? It's not difficult at all from what we've seen in other cases so out of Minnesota. The Minnesota public radio did an investigation on this where judges will sign off on this within with like just looking at it for like five ten minutes, or so the another issue with that being that it's hard for to visualize something when you just get the latitude and longitude so these war requests. They don't show they don't show like. Oh, we're looking for something in this area. They'll say something like we're looking for data on devices between the coordinates of negative, one, hundred and ten. Latitude and positive one hundred five launched your. I don't know where that is. That could be in the middle of the ocean for all I know, but. That's the point like you. When you hear something like that, you don't know how large that whole area is. And you kind of just an judges have just signed off on warrants like that well, and you also mentioned in your store today. The DA is now authorized mantra protesters. What are the implications with that? So th Buzzfeed News? Take a memo. I'm from the Justice Department basically signing off or the DA to do covert surveillance, which basically means they're allowed. They have a blank check to basically secretly spy on George Floyd protesters. Now the argument from the Justice Department has been. You know were doing this kind of surveillance to look for riders and members of Antigua and things like that, you know the people that are causing damage during these peaceful protests. Outside of police, and the consequences of the being do blanket surveillance means that you now have the full force of the federal government. Able to do secret surveillance, and that includes things like. Catchers. But not just at the scene of a of what are these? Protests are because they have planes that can fly around and just gathered data on thousands of people. All at once, and you think about the surveillance tools at the NSA

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"CDC says if the risk of protesting is worth getting infected meantime more protests are underway across the country following today's memorial services for George Floyd gave the case John Michaels is live in studio with a look at how demonstrations and curfews are playing out in the capital city region get in the city of Sacramento will be under curfew again tonight mayor Darrell Steinberg hoping to prevent the violence that broke out downtown over the weekend people who are engaged in lewd it in actual construction are not engaged in protests in any sense of the word they are destroying in order to destroy it while protesters didn't clear out until well after the eight o'clock curfew CHP officer Mike Harris says things are relatively calm downtown Wednesday night last night we didn't have any incidents of arrests or injuries or damage to property we don't want to see anybody get hurt on either side and so were doing our part to help support the peaceful demonstrations and just keep everyone safe we're now getting word of the American civil liberties union of northern California's demanding Sacramento and other cities suspend their curfews the ACLU say most of its marches and peaceful and that the curfews violate the first amendment right to free speech and assembly across the river mayor Christopher Gabaldon says west Sacramento will go without a curfew again tonight in yesterday's review has determined that we had a had no significant incidents of criminal acts in the prior two evenings and no credible threats and therefore the curfew would not be necessary last night or tonight so long as last night didn't result in any further incidents near cobalt and since things were relatively calm in west sac Wednesday night we experienced no incidents last night SO three nights in a row of no criminal acts and that's our principal metric but also what we're looking at reviews from social media posts from intelligence from other law enforcement agencies and calls and tips from citizens about plans for looting or four burglaries or robberies or other kinds of violent crimes in our city and based on that assessment to determine that the curfew as we anticipate yesterday would not be necessary tonight was soccer about may reinstate the curfew for the weekend with modified hours of ten PM to four AM some of the rumors and reports around in potential activities by organizations and that's very loosely defined not affiliated with the protest themselves suggest that there may be a threat in that regard and also the weekends just tend to be more generally used by opportunists in order to take advantage of the larger protests but as I say we will be evaluating that again tomorrow based on the actual date on the ground and the intelligence that were gathering at that time Solano county sheriff's department officials say curfew orders have been allowed to expire their share of saying he's hopeful the rioting and looting is now behind us but noting that he can impose under curfew in the future if he feels it's necessary the San Francisco Chronicle now reporting that hundreds of cars have been parading out of Golden Gate park to show solidarity with the recent protests the caravan schedule to do a ten mile loop through San Francisco and California health officials are warning about the spread of coronavirus among protesters the warning coming as half of the covert nineteen testing sites have been closed in cases statewide are nearing a hundred and twenty thousand the virus has disproportionately affected people of color and now protesters face a decision if the risk of protesting is worth the possibility of getting infected get it all right that is Joe Michaels reporting appreciated Joe let's get some traffic and weather together for yes over the traffic center Dana health very I'm Vera but this is another one from doc and the following them around right you might choose but dot org proven treatment for opioid addiction right at downtown the splint is eight minutes on his bandcamp city go fifty to eighty and had not the Roseville Douglas Boulevard other nine minutes from there eleven minutes southbound I. five two L. Grover and that downtown jungle one ninety nine it's going to be about twenty minutes still have a big slow down and that starts at fifty goes all the way to fruit rich because that earlier accident currently still working on that cantana fulsome nineteen minutes it's a sixty minute drive at the woodland northbound I. five ten minutes to Davis on westbound eighty all at all pretty good except for southbound ninety died medication assisted treatment or mat is a proven treatment for fentanyl heroin opioid painkiller prescription pain addiction during the corona virus pandemic met treatment still available choose change California find a proven treatment options right for you it choose Matt dot org traffic on the tens every ten minutes morning sand afternoons Dana has news ninety three point one KPK so I will see a moon lit sky tonight expect a low fifty seven to sixty one tomorrow will be breezy in the afternoon we'll see intervals of clouds and sunshine during the day the high eighty three to eighty seven we'll have a refreshing breeze Saturday under partly.

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Want to Better Remember What You Learn? Recent Research Says Try 10 Minutes of Mindfulness Beforehand

The Frankie Boyer Show

07:36 min | 2 years ago

Want to Better Remember What You Learn? Recent Research Says Try 10 Minutes of Mindfulness Beforehand

"I got so excited when I read about a new study that said I'm just ten minutes of mindful meditation I was going to change the way I retain information and it is such an exciting new study and we're joined today and it's a new study from ball R. ball state university amber June we're joined today by the the professor that did the study and Dr Adam looking is with us he divided a hundred forty two people into two groups and he is an assistant teacher professor of psychology our psychological sciences at ball state and tell us about this mindfulness starting that you did doctor when a how exciting thank you and thank you for having me to speak about it too yeah my my wife and I were totally doctors on this project and we were we've been interested in mindfulness research for a little while it's been shown to have a ton of really positive effects in various ways and we've not based on the research that we have seen that we could probably indicate that mindfulness was able to better help people retain at least verbal learning and memory and improve those types of process these so yeah we we use some very common neuro psychological tests designed to measure people's memory of that and other process he's like attention as well and sure enough we found after dividing people up into two groups that though the group that we gave our that we had listened to a ten minutes mindfulness audio tape warm significantly better on our verbal learning and memory tasks that a control group who just listen to a ten minute audiotape list that was describing in English countryside so what you're saying is that in this is this is really so critical we need to give our brains a timeout explain to us why yeah a large part of it is because our brains tends to to run automatically and a lot of ways based on our habits based on the demands that are placed on us in a in our day everyday lives and it's good to kind of be able to step back from the internal monologue that tends to always be running in our heads and telling us pulling us in one direction and then the other direction it's good to be able to step back from that kind of gain some clarity through mindfulness practices even five to ten minutes of just simple meditation can really help clear your mind and help you live from more intentionally and a more controlled present moment life and this study was with a hundred forty two people yeah so there there we did two studies for this particular research article I think the first study had ninety four and the second maybe fifty or sixty something like that and you know people that say they don't have time to meditate what you're saying is wait a minute if you make time to meditate those names that you're being introduced to a business meeting that you forget instantly the minute they say if you've already moved on you will be eight you will be in this trial we all you know and what what that what the heck was their name and I just met them because we're not concentrating more multi tasking we're doing all of these things what you're saying give our brains that time out take a few minutes to reset the brain to give it to give it time to just chill for just a few minutes daily and when you when you go to remember what those names were they will come easily to you or they will come it will be faster for you to remember but it will change the way you look at life and it will give you that you know because sometimes we just need a moment just a moment and that moment can make all the difference in the world of how we react or not and that's really I think more profound than anything else yeah for sure and other researchers even shown mindfulness to actually change the actual physical makeup of the brain it literally changes your brain and and is able to improve your life and in many different ways and it's it really is easy to to just try to find a routine time in your day to China take a step back even for a few minutes figure out what works best for you a lot of people like doing it when they're doing a break anyway like during lunch during their lunch hour very easy to do to engage in what is called mindful eating you can do your meditation essentially while you eat or wake up a little bit five ten minutes early and start your day off with a meditation obviously doing it at the eat in the evening is a good idea to to help quiet the chatter and help get you in the mode ticket sleeping again in the mode to go to go to sleep so there are many different times whatever works best for you it doesn't really matter when you do it just the matters that you do it because it is very good for you and and a professor you know is it is it better that you when you do more mindfulness and it even works better or is it or is it just that ten minutes well the the ten minutes it is good to kind of get you out of that bottom matic frame of mind and to get you more intentional in the moment but we know that a little after a little while your brain tends to go back to its default mode of working so by practicing on a routine by doing it daily to the point where it becomes less and less effortful to get into this mindful space it without needing as much effort it's easier to be mindful even when you're not meditating it it just carries on into your everyday life so people who have long term experience with meditation are more easily able to stay in that mindful space rather than reverting back to an automatic type of thinking space which which characterizes most of us at least in the majority of our days so yes the ten minutes is is good it'll get you out of your automatic frame of mind for a little while but you probably will need to refresh and do it again absolutely good good good Hey we are out of time thank you so much

Want to Better Remember What You Learn? Recent Research Says Try 10 Minutes of Mindfulness Beforehand

The Frankie Boyer Show

07:36 min | 2 years ago

Want to Better Remember What You Learn? Recent Research Says Try 10 Minutes of Mindfulness Beforehand

"I got so excited when I read about a new study that said I'm just ten minutes of mindful meditation I was going to change the way I retain information and it is such an exciting new study and we're joined today and it's a new study from ball R. ball state university amber June we're joined today by the the professor that did the study and Dr Adam looking is with us he divided a hundred forty two people into two groups and he is an assistant teacher professor of psychology our psychological sciences at ball state and tell us about this mindfulness starting that you did doctor when a how exciting thank you and thank you for having me to speak about it too yeah my my wife and I were totally doctors on this project and we were we've been interested in mindfulness research for a little while it's been shown to have a ton of really positive effects in various ways and we've not based on the research that we have seen that we could probably indicate that mindfulness was able to better help people retain at least verbal learning and memory and improve those types of process these so yeah we we use some very common neuro psychological tests designed to measure people's memory of that and other process he's like attention as well and sure enough we found after dividing people up into two groups that though the group that we gave our that we had listened to a ten minutes mindfulness audio tape warm significantly better on our verbal learning and memory tasks that a control group who just listen to a ten minute audiotape list that was describing in English countryside so what you're saying is that in this is this is really so critical we need to give our brains a timeout explain to us why yeah a large part of it is because our brains tends to to run automatically and a lot of ways based on our habits based on the demands that are placed on us in a in our day everyday lives and it's good to kind of be able to step back from the internal monologue that tends to always be running in our heads and telling us pulling us in one direction and then the other direction it's good to be able to step back from that kind of gain some clarity through mindfulness practices even five to ten minutes of just simple meditation can really help clear your mind and help you live from more intentionally and a more controlled present moment life and this study was with a hundred forty two people yeah so there there we did two studies for this particular research article I think the first study had ninety four and the second maybe fifty or sixty something like that and you know people that say they don't have time to meditate what you're saying is wait a minute if you make time to meditate those names that you're being introduced to a business meeting that you forget instantly the minute they say if you've already moved on you will be eight you will be in this trial we all you know and what what that what the heck was their name and I just met them because we're not concentrating more multi tasking we're doing all of these things what you're saying give our brains that time out take a few minutes to reset the brain to give it to give it time to just chill for just a few minutes daily and when you when you go to remember what those names were they will come easily to you or they will come it will be faster for you to remember but it will change the way you look at life and it will give you that you know because sometimes we just need a moment just a moment and that moment can make all the difference in the world of how we react or not and that's really I think more profound than anything else yeah for sure and other researchers even shown mindfulness to actually change the actual physical makeup of the brain it literally changes your brain and and is able to improve your life and in many different ways and it's it really is easy to to just try to find a routine time in your day to China take a step back even for a few minutes figure out what works best for you a lot of people like doing it when they're doing a break anyway like during lunch during their lunch hour very easy to do to engage in what is called mindful eating you can do your meditation essentially while you eat or wake up a little bit five ten minutes early and start your day off with a meditation obviously doing it at the eat in the evening is a good idea to to help quiet the chatter and help get you in the mode ticket sleeping again in the mode to go to go to sleep so there are many different times whatever works best for you it doesn't really matter when you do it just the matters that you do it because it is very good for you and and a professor you know is it is it better that you when you do more mindfulness and it even works better or is it or is it just that ten minutes well the the ten minutes it is good to kind of get you out of that bottom matic frame of mind and to get you more intentional in the moment but we know that a little after a little while your brain tends to go back to its default mode of working so by practicing on a routine by doing it daily to the point where it becomes less and less effortful to get into this mindful space it without needing as much effort it's easier to be mindful even when you're not meditating it it just carries on into your everyday life so people who have long term experience with meditation are more easily able to stay in that mindful space rather than reverting back to an automatic type of thinking space which which characterizes most of us at least in the majority of our days so yes the ten minutes is is good it'll get you out of your automatic frame of mind for a little while but you probably will need to refresh and do it again absolutely good good good Hey we are out of time thank you so much

How can I successfully pre-launch an online business?

The $100 MBA Show

08:01 min | 2 years ago

How can I successfully pre-launch an online business?

"Product launches have have been around for some time even before internet businesses you can remember when the iphone was launched on windows ninety five was launched and before that launched there's something called a prelaunch this is preparing for the launch this is collecting and gaining the interest of potential customers before you launch why because an audience is really what you need in order for you to have the most success launch as possible the large the audience the better chances of success and of course targeted audience you want people that are interested in what you will potentially launch in fact there are people that are experts at this and made aid their whole living in business at of the idea of a product launch and in that sequence is the prelaunch the expert on this topic is jeff if walker he became a popular or famous because a very successful online courses launched called product launch formula but he also released a book recall launch i really recommend you pick up the book because the book covers the main principles of his idea of how to launch a product including the prelaunch relaunch and we'll give you a good foundation without necessarily needing to buy the full two thousand dollars course of course you want to go deep you can go ahead and buy the course later on but i would say pick up the book as your first step but in today's episode we're going to focus on the pre lajoie prelaunch does is it allows you to start seeding or what's called old planting seeds in your audience to allow the flowers to grow in the flowers is obviously the product launches what you wanna do you wanna drip feed information nation insert educating your audience about your product your service your business and this could simply be done by having a simple landing page the talks about your product it's about to launch and why they should be interested the simplest form of a prelaunch is a landing page with a video in the three long it'd be five ten minutes walking people through this new business this new offering and then the call to action is hey leave your name and email address to sign up for updates for the launch and for a launch offer or discount or bonus you're really incentivizing them to sign up so they can know as soon as the product product launches you might have a window during the launch like a week or two or they get a special offer and if you don't wanna miss that offer you wanna be on this list and this could be bonuses this could it'd be special coaching or mentoring this could be early access whatever it is the point here is is that you're trying to attract people that would want your product before you sell the product why because when you launch you want to launch people you wanna launch to you to an audience that wanna listen to it you have to have to say about about this product and if you have an email list prior to that this will really help you create that buzz i recommend pre launching about three weeks before the actual actual launch so this means are posting on social you're maybe running some ads towards that page so they can wash video and opting for updates and in in that update you wanna send an update at least once a week talking about another feature of your business in the future of the product why they're gonna wanna buy come launch day what are the benefits fits of signing up early all that kind of stuff this is the simplest form of a prelaunch some people do this a little bit more elaborately so they'll have not just one video but they'll have have three or four videos and each video will be released each week before long show let's say for example you're launching three weeks ahead then you'll have three videos one will be ready right there on the page and then the next one will reveal itself after the week goes by the first week goes by and then after the second week the third one comes out and then of course come week three you launch your product and of course this launch page will no longer exist after the launch the patriots needs to be forwarded to the actual homepage of your business of the product now you might be thinking well what's the point of prelaunch wanna just launch and just you know tell people about it and hey by the product well people need some time to think think to wrap their head around your product to be convinced that they need the product and this is what the prelaunch does educates them about your product or service your business what you you do what are the cases they may need it or the situations they might find your product or service useful they need to be convinced of the value you know your products have a price they're going to try to make a decision is worth my money and the prelaunch those videos and those emails their job is to convince them of that and by doing doing this before you launch they're ready to buy come launch there's no convincing anymore you've done all the work so come launch day you have buyers now not not everybody that signs up to that newsletter or that optin on that launch pages going to buy but the point here is that a good number of them a good percentage of them will and knowing that and knowing that it's a numbers game you wanna get as many people signing up for that prelaunch list you can also include in that pre launch sequence a webinar elected to this allows me to interact with that audience and build some trust and report but also to answer their questions they may have about the product this product work for my businesses product worked for this situation relation remind needs and you're able to answer those questions so they're all yeses and you breakthrough all the rebuttals and all the what if and does this work for me questions so come launch day the ready to buy i sometimes running a webinar before launch and then one on launch day so i actually say it's launch orange day jump on a webinar with me jumping ask any questions you have this kind of last chance for them to kind of clear up anything and at the webinar they can just by all the weather or 'cause it's launched some people have really elaborate product launches and a prelaunch where you know they save you sign up today you'll get this discount you sign up today you'll get this bonus some people have on lunch the day of launch day one we're giving away these bonuses come day to a different set of bonuses day three you only get this with this to encourage people to really check their email and know exactly when launched a is in the sign up on those days a second third chance to get something special when when you sign up early if you listen to this show you heard me say a billion times one of the most important assets in your business is your audience and when you're starting a business and you don't have an audience yet this is what the prelaunch four is allow you to have somebody to speak to to sell to offer your products come the day you open your doors there's nothing quite like that a feeling when you actually open your doors and you have buyers versus when you launch and crickets right you don't want that feeling you want people to actually check out and give you money in exchange exchange for the value offering them so eric who's asking the question has a subscription box business one of the things you could do with launches say hey you're part of the prelaunch launched list if you're on this list at on prelaunch before we launch when you buy you'll get a limited edition box or limited edition special founder's this kit or founders bundle and we're only giving those two the first hundred people so this allows people feel special there some scarcity here and they get something that nobody else gets you could do something like have a founders facebook group only the people that sign up during prelaunch and then by during the launch will be part of this this exclusive coaching group on facebook and that's not going to cost you anything but they get exclusive access to a small intimate group and he feels special they're early adopters now just because you launched our businesses i mean you can't do these strategies you can definitely do them with any new products or services you launch make make a big deal out of it this is a chance for you to market and bring in new customers and get your current customers to share until other people about the launch

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Later after the show. there's like one of those songs that you play and it always takes to get on your head later on. because on my arm. caterpillar caterpillar. I thought so but I already knew you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the UK in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage and yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere and I mean I could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah the tickles. it kills him at the same time. start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors up feeding the chickens before the show and her color on that sense and I literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region yeah so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south. if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with done new ski does you know heartworm correct correct for dogs right and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we know that a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting him and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape form egg and then of course at the moment the station so you see little segments coming out of the blue for your pets talk to a veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a tape or mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to defeat or directly ingestion from the environment of diplomatic so kinda looks a little rice but it moves yes. isn't it pretty yes No. no it's not it's grows so you know what it is that you see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own cell is pretty dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy and then that's it yeah never get rid of it yeah there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals are just suck blood they also present these right to be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect your pets as well of course but a spate unity your pets help control the pet population if you're looking to bring a pet home makes you go to your local shelter your rescue.

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I can guarantee that we'll all be seeing this later after the show. there's like one of those songs that you play and it always takes to get on your head later on. caterpillar. because on my arm. caterpillar caterpillar. log so bad already you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the U. K. in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage and yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere and I mean I could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah the pickles. it kills you at the same time. start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors up feeding the chickens before the show and her color on that sense and I literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region yeah so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south. if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with them new ski does you know heartworm correct correct for dogs right and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we know that a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting them and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape form egg and then of course at the moment his station so you see little segments coming out of the blue for your pets talk to a veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a taper mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to the fleet or directly ingestion from the environment of diplomatic so kinda looks a little rice but it moves yes. isn't it pretty yes No. no it's not it's grows so you know what it is that you see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own soul is pretty dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy attendees and that's it yeah never get rid of it yeah there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals are just suck blood they also present these right so be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect your pets as well of course but speaking to your pets help control the pet population if you're looking to bring a pet home makes you go to your local shelter your rescue group.

five ten minutes
"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I can guarantee that we'll all be seeing this later after the show there's like one of those songs that you play and it always takes to get on your head later on the caterpillar because normally on him caterpillar caterpillar I thought so but I already knew you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the UK in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage and yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere and I mean I could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah it tickles it kills him at the same time start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors up feeding the chickens before the show and her color on it that sounds and but literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region yeah so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with done new ski does you know heartworm correct correct for dogs right and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we noted a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting him and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape form egg and then of course at the moment his station so you see little segments coming out of the blue for your pets talk to veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a tape or mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to the three or directly ingestion from the environment T. for make sure kinda looks a little rice but it moves yes isn't it pretty yes No no it's not it's grows so you know what it is that we see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own cell is pretty dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy and then that's it yeah never get rid of it yeah there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals not just suck blood they also present these right to be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect your pets as well of course but a spate unity your pets help control the pet population if you're looking to bring a Pat home makes you go to your local shelter your rescue group.

five ten minutes
"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Caterpillar caterpillar I can guarantee that we'll all be seeing this later after the show there's like one of those songs that you play and it always takes to get on your head later on caterpillar because on my arm caterpillar caterpillar log so bad already you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the U. K. in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage and yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere in them and they could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah it tickles it kills him at the same time start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors up feeding the chickens before the show and her color on it that sounds and but literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region yeah so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast and everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with done new ski does you know heartworm correct correct for dogs and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we noted a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting him and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape worm egg and then of course at the moment his station so you see little segments coming out of the blue for your pets talk to a veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a tape or mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to the fleet or directly ingestion from the environment T. for Mick so kinda looks a little rice but it moves yes isn't it pretty yes No no it's not it's grow so you know what it is that you see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own cell is pretty dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy attendees and that's it yeah never get rid of it yeah there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals are just suck blood they also transmit disease right to be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect your pets as well of course but a spate unity your pets help control the pet population if you're looking to bring a pet home makes you go to your local shelter your.

five ten minutes
"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Caterpillar caterpillar I can guarantee that we'll all be seeing this later after the show there's like one of those songs that you play and it always takes to get on your head later on because on my arm caterpillar caterpillar I thought so but I already knew you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the U. K. in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage and yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere in them and they could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah the pickles it kills you at the same time start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors out feeding the chickens before the show in her whole ironic that sounds and what literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast and everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with done new ski does you know heartworm correct correct for dogs and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we know that a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting him and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape worm egg and then of course a tape worm infestation so you see little segments coming out of the blue for your pets talk to veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a deeper mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to defeat or directly ingestion from the environment T. for make sure kind of looks like little rice but it moves yes isn't it pretty yes No no it's not it's grow so you know what it is that you see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own solid spree dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy attendees and that's it yeah never get rid of it yet there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals are just suck blood they also transmit disease right to be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect.

five ten minutes
"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Caterpillar I can guarantee that we'll all be seeing this later after the show there's like one of those songs that you play and it always takes to get on your head later on because on my arm caterpillar caterpillar log so bad already you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the U. K. in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere and I mean it could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah it tickles it kills you at the same time start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors out feeding the chickens before the show and her color on it that sounds and what literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast and everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with on the mosquitoes in a heartworm correct correct for dogs and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we know that a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting him and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape one egg and then of course at the moment the station so you see little segments coming out of the blue for your pets talk to veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a tape or mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to defeat or directly ingestion from the environment T. for make sure kind of looks like little rice but it moves yes isn't it pretty yes No no it's not it's grow so you know what it is that you see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own soul it's pretty dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy and then that's it yeah never get rid of it yet there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals are just suck blood they also present these right to be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect.

five ten minutes
"five ten minutes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Is definitely better so now what about war must because I'm in a minute I myself and I got I got girls who run with me too we we are all not so great about warming up but a good warm up that is that's that's a good idea yes no one ever issued stepped away it's actually something simple like you run like five ten minutes or half a mile to get the blood flowing and then they call warm up like that dynamic warm up we're stretching your muscles with movement so you do depending on what muscle like your sire you're glued to their cancer construction everything what's a little bit and then you go into the sport person does static sex three told hamstring stretch hold a calf stretch those are like some of the older thank you I've done that maybe back in the day that's good news after you go for a run but not before she wanted to kind of learn the dynamic exercises to do prior see maybe a five minute warm up maybe five to ten minutes of that economic such as then you don't hear sport okay not know what about after your support is there should you do see any kind of stretching after after you go through yeah I I I do well my my locations do as well it creates a cool down well some sometimes an accident like that so these two are very simple like a bike rider stationary bike for five ten minutes just to kind of get things moving getting slowing the next to the static typical static stretches might even listen up their bodies like foam rollers something like that afterwards so yeah definitely I kind of before and after there's always some kind of level of something whether that they're kind of attraction okay let me ask you this you just mention foam roller and it just got me thinking about one of my my least favorite exercise act work on is is balance because I know for me not so good so that and I would imagine for for high school athletes to balance is something that they need to work on because like me I'm sure.

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Adam I can guarantee that we'll all be singing is later after the show there's like one of those songs that you play and it always likes to get on your head later on because on my arm caterpillar caterpillar dog so bad I already knew you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the U. K. in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage and yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere and I mean I could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah it tickles it kills you at the same time start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors up feeding the chickens before the show and her color on it that sounds and but literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region yeah so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with done new ski does you know heartworm correct correct for dogs right and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we noted a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting him and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape worm egg and then of course at the moment the station so you see little segments coming out of the blue for your pets talk to veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a tape or mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to defeat or directly ingestion from the environment T. for make sure kinda looks a little rice but it moves yes isn't it pretty yes No no it's not it's grows so you know what it is that you see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own cell is pre dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy and then that's it yeah never get rid of it yeah there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals are just suck blood they also present these right to be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect.

Adam five ten minutes
"five ten minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"My goal tree we go here back in fresh after a wonderful wonderful time great time whistling straits time again my son Mike and Jason not here there in Charlotte at at college football meetings and we are back we're gonna talk baseball here in a second where Peter king coming up in about five ten minutes to talk some football but we we do have to think whistling straits for the host they were to the back nine of the wind go cop just incredible incredible time out there our three winners Jack admins Gabriel came back to Byram all brought to people each and we played a couple rounds of them I played that third row the Irish course on Friday but we played whistling straits Saturday a black wall front on Sunday and what a fantastic time you had been the sole winner of the window Cup in the last two yeah I won this one he gave Matt and and Brian we we won so we have white your name off the the championship capital will remain the wing across all of your name plastered all over many shots that says you change it to be a goal a cop right now but doc what a great cruise so there were nine people of three winners they brought to each as I said I golfer guys I won with the second day I golf was sacked his wife to coal and tackle the way Nicole was incredible should only play golf like a couple of times yeah she was striping it down a wall and then you're playing to a team that and which leaves he's out there but man she had the patience to do certain good shots and it was really a lot of fun but all nine people were great we had a incredible time our can't they whistling straits I'm not for the host if they were out there now I know we sent some great pictures and videos and I had a great time it's the first time I've ever played golf three days in a row me tell you what the first time really very days in a row and even walk in one of the day's whistling straits only walk I went over twenty thousand step it seems like every single hill was a pill or holes up till now I'm like we have to go down hill at some point now is absolutely and the straits course is just so all my gosh okay well what a great summer we'd pine Hurst for the front nine whistling straits for the back nine forty continuing this tradition it is going to be a lot of fun right we got Peter king coming up in just a few minutes talk about to mention things as most recent article in all things football related let's get through some of the stuff first trade deadline coming up tomorrow and Major League Baseball the Phillies making a move yeah they did the Phillies.

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Life as well this morning if you'd like but more in entertainment obviously means more on entertainment and more entertainment either at the idea let's have people ask questions about anything yeah any any ask a moron all right well what where you from bar in April nice the only one in the crowd who actually walks of time every morning listening on a radio really I don't want to miss a single minute exactly I listen to Steve I listen everybody a little easier reviews thank you my question is one of you have reviewed thousands of movies over the years some of them have been great yeah some not so great so my question is how often have you actually run screaming from the theater first five ten minutes you can't stand to watch the whole thing you know what I did one time before I was reviewing movies on the air and that was Andrew dice clay's movie Ford Fairlane great movie since while but since I've been a movie critic I don't think it's fair for me to leave even if I don't like something out because I have to describe what's going on in the movie so funny is gonna do that never walked out of a movie that's a good answer yeah yeah good answer true but I was yeah Meryl Streep did a movie with Roseanne all right where they had a giant mole implanted on Roseanne's she and I can't think of the name of the movie but I left that movie early and also there is a movie called baseketball with the guys it did South Park right and baseball is a sport the comedy combined baseball basketball panel brand of sports caster yeah friend of mine you said you got to see me in this movie you got to see me in this way you will see that in terms of you know where he was over the credits at the end that's bad that's bad he's gonna tell you that it's bad if you walk out of either one no I don't think so better man and I don't think I don't even think I saw the second one but there's a part of me that enjoys a movie that's so bad that you would walk out the part of me enjoys when it's so like mamma mia for example the the mama first mommy a movie which I hated because of the terrible singing on it part of me enjoyed how on godly awful that was it amused me all right so let's pretend I'm Pierce Brosnan not that big a stretch yeah and done you have already seen the movie and now you have to sit down with me Pierce Brosnan yeah what do you say my question to be so what was it like for you during you know it was it's not something I normally do dean I don't know if you're aware of that and now do you think you did I felt pretty good about it now how do you think I did well you know I'm still mulling around my review on that that's the worst part right if you get asked a follow up question John Travolta always does that the first thing when you sit down with John Travolta will always ask what did you think of my movie and John Travolta has add some pretty awful yeah he's made some real crap some crap so my standard response to him well in the beginning my standard response was you know I'm still formulating my review right now now I know I know I'm kind of well that I can go you know what this one just wasn't my Cup of tea and he's OK with that yeah well that's not bad alright any other moron questions says moral would ask a more on the first ever asking more on some of you will tell your grandchildren one day that you were here to witness first ask a more and you are wearing a classic Montreal Expos had that's a great hat.

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Katzenberg, Jeffrey Free And Ten Minute discussed on The Frame

The Frame

06:36 min | 3 years ago

Katzenberg, Jeffrey Free And Ten Minute discussed on The Frame

"You wanna watch a movie would you rather watch it at home or in a movie theater how about another option watching that film on your smartphone but not all that one's rather in one ten minutes snippet a day that's jeffrey free katzenberg thinking behind his short form mobile video platform currently in the works it's called quimby in the name of short quick bites there's still a lot of questions about how it all work before its launch next year but so far quimby has been able raised more than a billion dollars in drawing some top creative talent laying low way senior tv writer at variety has been looking into what ob excitement is about quitting doesn't launch for almost another year actually it'll come out in april twenty twenty twenty but i think the reason why everybody is so hyped up about it is because you've got to story leaders one from tech meg whitman former e b and hewlett packard ceo and this giant of industry jeffrey katzenberg who was at one time the head of dreamworks and walt disney studios and he's really the reason why people are so excited about it right people are excited about it because he's excited about it people believe in because he believed in it he's been selling the service as eight mobile platform that allows these quick bites which is what could be a short for short form content that'll have premium serialized scripted content unscripted content news news and sports and it'll be released in these five to ten minute chunks daily andy idea is that when you're waiting for coffee or you have a dull moment in your day those times when you're whipping out your phone and you're looking at twitter or facebook or something else and you're just putting around phone instead of doing that you'll go quickly and you'll watch five minutes of a sand rainy horror anthology or ten minutes of an anna kendrick buddy comedy instead so he has raised i think more then a billion dollars to fund this and right now it seems like he has attracted some really interesting talent to make content frequency i was in a van a couple of weeks ago where i ran into antwon fuqua who were a lot of people know from the training day movie he's also made the equalizer with denzel washington and he was producing a movie frequency and he was telling me that it was very attractive even though i think this movie was gonna be caught up into ten minute chunks what is jeffries pitch been to the creative community would be paid responding to well a big part of the appeal for creators is he intellectual property because the way it's format it would be will exclusively license their projects for seven years but after the first two years be rights revert back to beans creators and filmmaker so they'll be able to go and repackage this series they'll be able to hopefully seamlessly thread together all of these five to ten minute chunks of these stories and repackage package them as a feature film as a two and a half hour project but they could then go sell to another service so that's really attractive thing and also again there's just see appeal of katzenberg himself because he has been so successful in this industry i mean an wants so i told me that sitting down with jeffrey katzenberg is like sitting down with the godfather yeah although if you look at some of the movies he made at the walt disney company and some of his animated movies there are some questions about jeffrey storytelling taste will save that conversation for something what is the financial model because a lot of people right now are thinking about disconnecting subscriptions that they might have to their cable or satellite company or who were netflix so how are they trying to position it financially and what do they expect you people so they'll be selling two versions of quip me they'll be ad supported version for five dollars a month and any ad free version for seven dollars a month and it sounds like a small amounts but you also consider that people are i don't know if they're near saturation but there are certainly so many different streaming platforms out there you've got netflix and amazon and who and all of these different subscription services that people are already paying for so that even when you cut the cord you've got sometimes a hefty bill at the end of the month when you combine all these so that'll be a real test will be deceived they can break through that barrier and get people to fork over five to seven bucks a month for this of of course they're bringing some real alias talent and that's where their strength wli again you've got a project from kia motors del toro don cheadle liam hemsworth a you know tyra banks chrissy teagan and you know i think the other question here is also whether there will be on de creator side resale value for them after they were allowed to take their project off of quickly or after they're allowed to repackage their project from could be and sell it to a different platform so if there are detractors in town or at least doubters what would you say is a consistent question that they have about quickly what is gonna be the obstacles to its success there are a couple of different questions that came up in are reporting one of them is do people want this model people were still used to benching on tv these days when you're going to netflix their whole thing is the bench model and it's this also isn't appointment tv it's sort sort of a a daily thing that comes on five ten minutes a day but what if i want to watch the whole movie so in that case do i just wait for a month for all of these daily releases it come on the service and then say binge watch them all anyway on a saturday afternoon a so that's definitely a very unique model that hasn't really been done before another question that people have is people are so used to getting something for nothing specially from a mobile device store people going to be willing to fork over five and seven bucks a month for quickey a get another question is will the viewership justify the cost there are some really high numbers that were being thrown around a believe entrances what's project is gonna cost about fifteen million dollars which is certainly more than you could say for a lot of other short for mobile video out there andy clippings model is subscriptions an ad revenue and that's how they're planning on monetize ing they're stored as a but it'll be interesting to see whether these dubs an ad revenue justify be amount that they're investing

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Caterpillar I can guarantee that we'll all be seeing this later after the show there's like one of those songs that you play and it always takes to get on your head later on the caterpillar because normally on him caterpillar caterpillar log so bad I already knew you gotta be careful though I mean this is in the U. K. in you know when people flying and so on and so forth you know there's always like I mean they say like you can viruses you know airport's biggest you know problem is you know people flying from here to there and they bring you know viruses and everything from one country to another same thing with insects and stuff like that these things can crawl into your luggage and yes and it seems that that's how it was introduced in England to begin with right right so basis they could end up anywhere in them and they could be here in the United States so so you know it happens though because gonna caterpillar owner yeah the tickles it kills you at the same time start vomiting all over the place one of my few vomiting blood so if you touch the caterpillar in you and also you get a really bad case of asthma vomiting and skin rashes you know touch the wrong caterpillar sleep it tickles but I mean eight you to be careful with that and one thing that I noticed actors out feeding the chickens before the show and her color on it that sounds and literally I'm out there for five ten minutes covered in mosquito is already here in the Florida region yeah so you know the southeast is kind of like the example what the year is going to be like in the northeast and everywhere else out west and everything as it starts to warm up in the infestation of fleas mosquitoes ticks already in the south if it's anything like that in the north once it starts to warm up more on it's going to be a killer year for bugs and stuff definitely and they a lot of these insects unfortunately also transmit disease so we got to be very careful there know what is it with on the mosquitoes in a heartworm correct correct for dogs and cats some other species but primarily dogs and cats three lines in in canines but another thing that we have to keep in mind it's a goal such as municipal light is most mosquitoes can you know and then can that can also be transmitted to people sell not just animals now what about for fleas I mean we we noted a bug the heck out of our pets you know when they're biting him and so on and so forth but what about if they swallow a flea they can get a tape one egg and then of course a tape worm infestation so you see little segments coming out of the poop or your pets talk to veterinarian it has to be treated in it means at a certain point they ingested a deeper mix on how whether they would biting on themselves sitting just to the fleet or directly ingestion from the environment T. for make sure kind of looks like little rice but it moves yes isn't it pretty yes No no it's not it's grows so you know what it is that you see rice coming out of your pets behind in cats and has made feline infectious anemia which is a you know what you just like picture like a bug eating up there a triggering an Iranian response in the body of the cat where it attacks his own cell is pretty dangers and checks to you got to be very careful of not only for your pets but for Youmans as well because I mean I know people that have been bitten by ticks and right for years they have been like I said in a line dizzy and then that's it yeah never get rid of it yeah there's other kinds of all kinds of different types of tick borne diseases that we can talk about but just be aware these animals are just suck blood they also transmit these right to be careful try to cover up and so on and so forth where your bug sprays if you have to and if you can long sleeves you know to try to keep in where there's a lot of techniques out there but you don't want to get that now also protect.

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Joe Horrigan leaves Pro Football Hall of Fame after 42 years

Rich Eisen

07:15 min | 3 years ago

Joe Horrigan leaves Pro Football Hall of Fame after 42 years

"Joe Horrigan. Yes. Forty two years, the keeper of the flame at the pro football fame his last day on the job as yesterday. Mean so would you see the buildings still standing? I don't know. Personally held it up in confirmed. But one of the nicest sweetest guys. ESPN did a story about have over the weekend. I mean he has been doing everything for the hall of fame. And in terms of a great story when we first. When we. Like the sweetest man he would be the ones calling the hall of famers on the phone to let them know. A couple times doing pretty cool, rich because. Yeah, because we all right? So I'll tell story here. So we're on the air in, in Houston, Texas, at the Super Bowl for Super Bowl thirty eight our first one we ever did. Okay. Or the calendar year two thousand four NFL season two thousand three year that the patriots. The panthers. And then we watched them beat the eagles the next year Jacksonville. So reason why I'm bringing this up is our set was right near in the convention center, I ever NFL total axis set right near the main convention center dra- hall like the largest room in the convention center where they held all the press conferences, including for the pro football hall of fame. Now all you folks out there. No, the pro football hall of fame class is announced now at the NFL honors they try to keep it quiet. David Baker, the president of the pro football hall of fame walks around and knocks on doors of hotel rooms were all the eligible finalists are holed up with their families hoping to hear that knock on the door, and it's created some really amazing video moments where David Baker lets the players know that. They're now fully enshrined. They're immortal. It's like a very nice. It's, it's like a publisher's clearinghouse moment without the check. Right. So that's the way it's done now. And they try and keep that quiet until it's announced that the NFL honors a used to be they just announced in the press conference. That's it. And the players who were finalists were invited to the Super Bowl city and those that thought they were gonna make it showed up. Others were working on TV in many other parts of their their lives. There were working professionally at the Super Bowl and for just happened to be there, and some just wouldn't show because they didn't wanna show up to the host city and then find out they didn't make it. It's expensive. You know, and it stinks. I remember one year Warren Moon. Told me the year he got in Warren Moon. Was in town, and he was driving in a car. Somewhere around the city. I forget, what city was announced he was ending his driving in a car, and he was either going to get the phone call from the hall to say that he was in and he'd show up at the convention center drive convention center, or you didn't get the call, Dr the airport. Town. So that's the way it used to be. We're sitting there. And our green room was right next to our NFL, total access at, and John Elway and Barry Sanders, went in that year together. Jill. Look that up for me, make sure that this might not a pulling this story here. Was it? John Elway in Barry Sanders. Think went into the same pro football hall of fame class in the summer of two thousand four. And they were announced N Houston together, and they were. Correct. And they were in our green room. They were in our green room, just chilling out before they were being brought into the draft hall into the into the convention center, press conference hall room. And being announced. And we got an idea at the NFL network. You know what? Let's make this a thing. Like we had video of them waiting, and just we could have interviewed them and like, okay so players are here. And the press conference is going there. Let's televise the press conference. So the next year, I was the host of the press conference, and it was. Difficult. Tap dancing for me when I'm up there and hard-bitten media of the NFL world was used to just having the announcement happen. Right. And those who were there showing up and they'd be there, and they'd find out the rest of them. Instead, we just drew. We I think I kinda Jim great it like we try to draw out and the people in the room. The media members room really getting pissed off. So next year, it was just like we're gonna nounce them and wait for the people to come and show up, and then I would interview them, but sometimes it would take them five ten minutes to get to the convention center. And then the meantime, we would Joe would get the guys who was not who are not there on the phone for me to interview live. I remember those. Joe a couple of times me on live NFL network television. Just trying to tap. That's I forget the name of the guy, you don't have to look it up either. He was a veterans committee. And shrining who had been out of public life for very long time. And I'll be honest with you, who I never heard of I had no idea, he played like it was really from a long time ago. But we were so desperate to fill time. Joe got him on the phone. I don't wanna say. Joe got the guy on the phone, and as we're coming back from commercial break, he tells me, so and so's on the phone, but he probably can only answer questions because he has dimension. Mike ally. Gosh and Joe then ran away. Because he had another phone call to make. Sweetheart. I mean this guy is just so and I just was okay. You know, this is a great moment for this man, I asked him a couple of questions. He was able to actually answer them. But Joe gave me that nice little heads up. You know, hey, just right heads up for you. I may not be able to answer a single question. Guy. He just a sweetheart of a guy and I just wanted to say, thank you, Joe, he's out there, driving around, or he's on the driving range, or wherever somebody just let them know gave a

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"You also want to make it to the end with nothing bad happening or no awkward moments. So maybe you can go on a second date. Okay. Well, the guy on the phone for a second date update today. His name is Aiden aiding met a beautiful girl asked her out. They went for dinner food was good good conversation. He made it almost to the end and that desert his world came crashing down. Unraveled you'll hear a story right now. And find out what happened in just a second. But first aid and what's up, man? How are you? Hey, guys, good. So tell us a little bit about the girl that you want to call today. How did you meet her was one of those nights? When you go out, and you're not looking for anything. When your world just you know, changes I was just out of bar with a couple of friends just having a good time meeting. A woman was the last thing on my mind. And that this girl comes walking into the barn. Everything just went slow motion to for her. Yeah. Are you like typically this romantic of a man not at all? I'm usually a real jerk. This is something new. Yeah. This was like one of those things that all your friends who are in love telling you about. And you're like you guys are idiots. Just had never happened to me until that night. And I'm not an overly confident guy when it comes to ladies. But I was one of those things she want binding the first time I was just so taken aback, and it just popped into my head. I'm like, you know, what everything else be damned. I've I have to find a way to meet this woman. What did you what did you say to her? How did you approach than if you were nervous? After after the world, stop spinning and everything I just kind of a pulled myself together. And I'm like, I'm not gonna gonna walk up while she's with women so probably about five ten minutes go by and she just takes a walk to the bathroom and just when she's on the way to the bathroom. That's the best way to do it. I will say it does sound like you're going from like totally swoon worthy to a little bit clean. I've just I've I've never had locked one like eight women and me, and I walk up so just when she can walk in by the bar area that I was at I said excuse me, and I had all these great smooth things I wanted to say in my head and instead it came out sounding. So cheesy was just hey out of the field to be the most beautiful woman in the room. And she just looked at me laugh pause for a minute. And then just walked right up. That is so cheesy sounds like a fairytale meeting to me. Yeah. I I don't know why I had so many other original things to say. And I went with that. Sweetheart. How's it feel to be the most beautiful woman in this room? When you say, it sounds creepy. That's how I picture you're saying it also like holding out like a little gun with your hand like. You go ahead and move along to the bathroom and think about what daddy just told you. Did you come back from that? And convince her to go out with you. You know, I I think after I went outside and smack myself in the head of couple of times and called myself stupid stupid stupid. I went back inside. I walked over there. Like look about what I said earlier, I know came off as cheesy an ally. But I it. And she just looked at me, and she's filed and she's like, you're very sweet ally. Go thanks, and I never do this by if you allow me to I would love to take you out to dinner, and we've changed numbers, and that's all that happened that night. So tell us about dinner, then how is that? I got there early and got the table. And when she came walking emphasis same thing all over again, man, she just took their attention. If everybody in the room, this this girl, she doesn't have a bad side. She mazing and hoping that caught me is the night are at the bar. She was just wearing jeans and a top and this night. She was wearing a dress. And I don't know how it's explain it other than there's some women that can wear dress. And then there's someone and I just wear dress. And when she walked in wearing a drag was wearing that dress dress on her body. I'm I'm I'm pretty positive some other guys in the restaurant got in trouble with their wives and girlfriends. Did not turn when she. Okay. So, but how was actually like dinner with her? Sitting down talking and everything it was a good. Did she seem interested in you turned out? We had a lot similar interests. And what's really fi you know, what to look so beautiful and mild, but she's like tomboy ruined through. So just awesome. I mean, beautiful girl into sports and not just like, oh, I like watching sports because my boyfriend likes watching back to work like the whole time in my head. I was gone. There was something that night at the bar. That's only talk to her. And this was a it was like, I was meant to be hanging out at this moment. So the whole time with her was awesome. Obviously you liked it a lot. She seems to be having a good time. Tell us about what happened when desert came one nine desert came. We got like the triple layer chocolate cake killer thing, and it comes on the table, and we're just posting their pick with us works in the Czech game. I went to my wallet out. And I guess I'd been out the night before I didn't put my credit card back in the normal place. So I I I was freaking out because I'm like. Oh my God. Great perfect first date. And now, I can't dig it through my wall looking for it, and I found it. But just as I found it all the cards all business cards, come flying out dumping onto the table. And then right into the what's remaining of our chocolate cake. Condom goes flying into the cake. Now.

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's just it's these. No, this issue of transgenderism is not an issue. Let we make it really clear. That's not the issue. The issue of falsifying documents, and forcing speech. That's the issue. Thank you. James, thanks for the call. Hey, we got a couple of other folks would hanging on. Let's go to Longmont and talked to rod Roger with John Kelly DARA. Welcome. Good evening. John evening. I'm. A gun shop owner in Longmont. And I believe it was January first we got notification from Colorado bureau of investigation that there is now an XBox to be filled out on form forty four seventy three. They're not male or not female that they're ex. Call in the background check. And instead of being a five ten minutes. Super could take an hour. Hawker hopper. Them the address. Gender. That's it prolongs the process, but let's see let me see if I'm following you. So. I come. I come to your store, and we do the usual instant check thing. And when we do I'll give you my driver's license. I fill out the form. I check mail you go online to the CBI. And hopefully, if they're not overwhelmed within a few minutes and come back, and they give you the thumbs up or thumbs down. If I come to you with a with no gender or the an x instead of gender on my driver's license or birth certificate, or whatever you have to then call it in personally. Yes. I did one for. H E you older student who was from China. And the process took over now. In fact, he got delayed, and we couldn't even finish the transaction for three days. Because of the X. Exactly who he was. But you know, this is akin to the same situation and from a law enforcement standpoint our local police now when somebody is illegally purchasing a weapon. It's not good enough that they fill out the form. And they sign the form. We are supposed to provide videotape them handling the fire. Really? So oh, what a pain in the butt. They don't come back to the how much harder is it. How much harder is it to? To to call in a background check rather than just putting it through your computer. Well, John I very fast. But I'll bet if you come in tomorrow before noon, I'm going to have you in and out of there and fight. If it's in the afternoon, probably ten or fifteen minutes, and if I come in, I'm I'm transgendered, and I give you something that says X on it. How much longer is it gonna take? Well. Follow suit with my last experience. It was over an hour and actually turned into it three day process because this is time that that becomes unproductive time for you and costly time big time unproductive in in all we're talking legalities and the cake maker to. They're not identifying mail. They're not identifying female. You know, you. That you address somebody is, ma'am. And sir. And it's you have to hesitate even doing that anymore. That's why they prefer the the new plural. They that instead of him or her. It's they in the again, we're changing language for someone else's feelings. And this bothers me this is. Listen to come up come up, if you want another pronoun come up with a whole new pro around. I'd be better off with that. Hey, I gotta run thanks for the call three zero three seven one three eight two five five. Let's try it again seven one three eighty five eighty five seven one three eight five eight five I'm John killed era in from Michael Brown who I'm pretty sure is at an Abu concert tonight..

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Time with trace tinkle is the beavers get ready to try to come away from the desert with a split on the road our conversation as always it. Brought to you in part by les Schwab tires doing the right thing matters trace you close in a gutty comeback the other night in timpee. But I know there's a collective belief that the trip can still be a good one by finding a way to win tonight in your view. What are the biggest things to making that happen? Oh, yeah. We look back at the game. And. A lot of heart. The last. Ten minutes come back from eighteen points and be right there and have the chance to win it with, you know, twenty cents less if so right now is just to come out with the same intensity that we put the less. You know, five ten minutes with we came out flat on Thursday. The half we played all year. So. That's our head. But this focus on the positives. And you know, what we did to kind of you know, climb back in. So the grit that we have so you know, just trying to put that from the jump. And so it was staying for forty minutes. What about this team, Tracy? It's a mistake to think that quote, they're down. They may not have the number one overall pick like they did in the Andrea eight. But when you look at them on film and prepare for them. You know, you're preparing for a very good team, particularly in this building. Yeah. You know, what I mean that you said this is the number one pick doesn't mean they're in talent. You know, they still have a bunch of one hundred recruits on the team. Very coach, you know, who's going to. Fun way to win this just as good. Good as anybody else. You know, I've seen very Dr dominated we feel. So we have to get back in transition and south regard guard play. And they they they play hard to so soon be fun game. Last tracer you play hard. It's unbelievable to watch your effort level game in and game out. And I know you're doing so less than one hundred percent. And yet you're still playing big minutes and putting up good numbers. How are you feeling you come back for that ankles? Is getting there. I definitely feel that you know, for majority of the game and Ossetia's times we're all land differently in kind of retweeted or whatnot. So yeah, not not really close to one hundred percent yet. But getting back on the court getting used to the cutting and jumping is really what's going to help. My ankle try another weaker to-to soon back to normal. But yes, go get used to you know, being back on the court and. You know, ruin Jovian practice in two weeks since the Oregon game. So. You know, it is kinda to go out and fill the game. Get a rhythm. Understanding what you can't you know, what what you can do to look to me the other night in the second half. Like you really found. That's fine. Is that you know, sometimes I lose my balance because you know, I don't have that strength of the balancing there yet. Still gives me find my team because I've seen oh they can make plays to do it. I can with a you know, scoring playing defense passing rebounding. Was trying to find a way to win. Thanks a lot. Thank you. Tinkle. Our gas the pre-game show, we've got coach got leave come up with more on the opponent tonight here at Mikhail center. The Arizona Wildcats to ninety one and five at home under Sean Miller and have never been swept in a weekend in Pac twelve play. Coach Miller the beavers are hopeful to make a little bit of history in that regard here tonight..

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"As far as if no one is there and leaving a message and trying to schedule a time to talk in the actual interview, you're going to want to get to know them generally, first, impressions are huge in the first minute or two you can determine if you really wanna talk to this person or not I've called people before. And I'm like, you know. Hi, I'm actually with horizon dental group you submitted your resume, and I was just calling to to talk to you about the position a little bit more. And I've gotten people who are very short and rude, and no I don't have time for that right now. And I'm like, well, I guess you don't wanna drop. So. Yeah. So we'll that gives you a little insight to their personality, and whether or not they would be correct culture fit for the office. You're also going to go through and question them about the skills that they have and make sure that they have those exact required skill. Nls that you decided were non-negotiable. Now, the thing about the phone interview. And the impersonal interview is it's really important to lay out a script. And you are consistent in your questions. You wanna make sure that every person you call you go through and you make sure that you ask them all the same questions. You can't compare them evenly. If you're not asking them the same questions. Also, the phone interview should be short only about fifteen minutes. Maybe if that I've done phone interviews in five ten minutes. And like I said I've had people blow me off in the first thirty seconds. And that makes that phone interview real short. It's also very important to take notes be sure and take notes get that script out right down. Everything. Be sure that you have something that you can go back and compare it to. Now once you've gone through and you've gone through the phone interviews. Hiring team leader is gonna decide if they deserve an in-person interview. And if they do that's when you bring in your full hiring team full hiring team is maybe that front office supervisor office manager, and the CEO sometimes the CEO doesn't necessarily even have to be there. I know that, you know, guys your office, and you like to be in control and to to be there as makes you feel better. That's absolutely totally your call doctrine. Yes. You know, it really depends. If you are feeling it if you're talking to him, and you're like, oh, I want to know this personal bit more. You can offer it then you can also in the call with you know, we have a couple of doing a couple of phone interviews this week, and we'll get back to you on Thursday or within the next twenty four hours, if we can schedule an in person interview, I would also recommend if you are going to do that ask them their availability. Then as well, if we were to schedule an in person interview when would you be available? Yes. We need..

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"five ten minutes" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"five ten minutes" Discussed on LadyGang

"They walked out of the limo. You were like, nah, sure. How? Yeah. Course, right. Because there was minutes that the girl walked out of the on. I was like, nah, no. I wouldn't say walk out. I would say maybe like in our conversation. Yeah. Like, I'm a big chemistry connection guys. Like like you have to feel. It's one of those things. I can't force. It maybe timing gets better. It gets a little it's a slower burn versus like, the initial spark. Yeah. But I did I also didn't want to write people off. That's not. That's not what this is for. It's to give it like, a an honest shot and really see where things can go. But what if you like kick one of those girls off the first night? See everybody's like, oh, the first thing so easy. Then you could just I'm like, it's not that easy because you have a short time to really get to know somebody. And then you're making a decision like what if that first night, you're sending somebody home who? Yeah. It Yeah. was. It was like really nervous or really shy. Yeah. And just didn't want to open up or talk about you know. Yeah. I mean that is how much time do you actually get to talk to the girls at all? I mean. Yeah, you know. So I can't give you a Bs answer. But like five ten minutes. Maybe max except for that girl that kept talking to you over and over again, same DJ. She's a Miami DJ come on Calvin. Are you sure are you? Sure, I feel like she was the face chart. Katherine. Lucy the dog the dog has the best part? Honestly, I was like, well, what was the best intro like out of the limo like line intro, whatever there were so many really great ones in. I I sent two of the girls who had really like the cast really creative. Yeah. Took forever. She go home. Yeah. Oh, I had to say goodbye to the slot. Then also Catt Cinderella Cinderella. That's that girl. That's girl that is hard targets hard on your birthday horse-drawn cares in that horse was like Fiqh, Jack tours. She's the girl who celebrates her birthday month. Yeah. That's what I say. Absolutely. And she she celebrates half birthdays to give her. Over half. Birthdays, drives me a member of the leaguer. Amber biggest no, no is girls that celebrate birthday month or Hafer? I didn't even think about the half birthday or birthday January twenty six. Oh my God. I'm the twenty eight. My got you an old hand. I'm January should make out twenty seven twenty seven this month for both of us twenty seven this. Oh, yes. Joe? I wish you could see when she did that. I wanted to wait. We're twenty seven. I I was. was. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Okay. We have a little for. We'll last thing. Do you have a celebrity crush? I know everyone asks you that. But who is it just oh, that's a good one. She's there you go. Transmit shirt that is before your time though. Yeah. A little bit. I've binged watched it and kinda net flex or something. He was so. In college. Yeah. And. Nights and Friday nights. Can I tell you what spray? So we had we had a house party at our house and college I was watching friends in the basement as like, that's. And you know, my like I have like an I'm like an old soul. So of course, I'm like cranky. Can you turn the base? Probably catch on the base down a little bit. I slept through a lot of house parties that makes sense. This is so interesting because I had a dream last night about this nerd from my high school name quarry who's now a doctor, and he was in my dream while now he's hot. You're literally Corey you're a nerd in high school, you you kind of. He's better. He's the bachelor better the amount of free closer, you're going to get. Larry has gone, okay. Now, guys. Let me done yet. He doesn't even know not until he's done. I want. Do you know? Ooh..

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