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"gary banner" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

08:01 min | 2 months ago

"gary banner" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

"You're listening to the growth experts podcast. So if you're looking to ten x your business by learning proven gross strategies. You're in the right place during my interviews with top. Ceo's entrepreneurs and marketers. I dig deep to uncover the real strategies hacks and tools to help you achieve your goals. And i'm your host dennis brown. Have you ever wondered how i generate thousands of inbound leads per year using linked in this episode is sponsored by my guide the ultimate guide to generating inbound leads with in. This is the definitive guide on how to consistently generate inbound. Leads using link them and social selling. So if you want a copy of that guy just send attacks two four four. Two two two with the word l. I. guide all one word l. i. Guide to four four two two two or you can go to my website at ask. Dennis brown dot com forward slash guide. Now what's going on with the show. Hey everyone welcome back. It's thursday and today. I'm going to share with you. The top ten most popular most downloaded exciting growth experts episodes for the year. Two thousand twenty. I figured this is a great way to wrap up the year as i was putting together this list. I realized that we've published almost three hundred episodes since launching the growth experts. Podcast in january of two thousand eighteen. So i'm super excited to share these top ten list so let's get started all right so number. Ten on the list is episode two. Oh to boot strapping. His sass product to seven figures in under two years. Would sean finder. You can find that. Dennis brown dot com forward slash two. Oh two now. Sean is a friend of mine. I met him when he first launched his business. He's done an amazing job growing that sass product growing that business. I highly recommend you. Check out this episode. And i'm super excited to see what the future has. In store for sean. And his team all right so episode number one. Ninety eight is number nine on the list. Number nine is episode. One thousand eight how to build your celebrity and influence to stand out from the crowd with ben devon oddly enough. I met ben on instagram. And he's a big instagram guy. He's a big pr guy. He's a young guy who's really hustling doing extremely well. I definitely suggest you check out episode one ninety eight how to build your celebrity and influence to stand out from the crowd. You can find that it asked dennis brown dot com forward slash. One nine eight all right number eight on the list is episode two. Oh five three mistakes entrepreneurs make that are holding back sales with rene zamora. That's episode tool five. You can find that at ask. Dennis brown dot com forward slash two. Oh five. I definitely enjoyed this episode. I have an affinity for sales. Probably because i sucked at it so bad when i first started but i finally learned the ropes. So i really think that you'll enjoy this episode tool five. All right number seven on the list is episode two eight and it's done by yours truly right talk about three deadly linked in mistakes to avoid at all cost for those you that know me have listen to my podcast before you know on the big lincoln guy you know. I've used it as a primary tool to generate well over twenty million dollars for my different businesses throughout the years. So in this episode a i go over three deadly linked mistakes to avoid at all costs. You can check that out at asked. Dennis brown dot com forward slash. Two eight all right number six on the list is episode two hundred. Be careful of using these four words in twenty twenty with david bryer. Now david an ir good friend. He's been on the podcast multiple times and in this episode. We kind of riff about some of the terms frequently used terms and words buzzwords that we here and It was a fun episode. It's definitely interesting. You should definitely check it out at ask. Dennis brown dot com forward slash. Two hundred. i episode. I should say number. Five on the list is episode. Two hundred and twenty two four entrepreneurial lessons from none other than gary banner. Chuck no gary did not come on my show but these are four lessons that i've learned personally from listening following in just consuming content and following his journey throughout his career. You can check that out at dennis. Brown dot com forward slash to twenty two again. This is where. I dive in on a personal level and share four lessons that i've learned specifically from gary and his journey all right number four on the list episode two. Oh six the fastest way. I have ever seen to grow your email list with adam robinson now episode two. Oh six is with a guy who's developed a sass product. That i had never seen before i didn't know it exists. I didn't know it was legal but it is one hundred percent legal and it definitely works. I actually use adams product and if added thousands of people to my email list since meeting him. So i'm super excited. You guys should definitely check that out. It's episode two. Oh sex you can check that out at ask. Dennis brown dot com forward slash two. Oh six and you all know if you've listened to me before how i feel about the importance of building and owning your own email list and number three on the list is episode one ninety six how to use data to help you achieve hyper growth with tim. Campos what i learned on that episode is. Tim is a very sharp guy and one of the things that i really enjoyed about. This is the fact that he takes a very data driven approach to growth. And what. I've learned about marketing over. The years is that it's all about the data right. There's two primary components the creative in the data. Those are the two things in this episode. one ninety-six we talk all about the data. So if you want to check that out go to ask brown dot com forward slash one. Nine six and number two on the list is episode one ninety nine building a lucrative business with no ideas no expertise and no money with dane maxwell. This was a really cool episode. Dane is an awesome guy. I really enjoyed the episode. You can check that out ass. Dennis brown dot com forward slash. One nine nine again. You know the whole concept of building a lucrative business with no idea ideas expertise and no money is very popular idea for people that want to start a business who don't have a lot of cash don't have a great idea and dane has an amazing framework and understanding of exactly how to do it. Because he's done it himself. So i definitely recommend that. Check it out at episode one ninety nine and number one. The most popular in downloaded episode for two thousand twenty is episode to eleven. How to generate over five thousand inbound leads per day with anthony sarah andrea a couple of my big takeaways from this episode. Are the importance. Understand your customers real y. The why that is driving their decisions and the importance of uncovering that about your customers. He also talks about how to move. Top of the funnel. Leads leads are coming in the top of your funnel and moving them down the funnel to convert them into actual sale so episode. To eleven is definitely one of my favorites. How to generate over five thousand inbound leads per day with anthony sir andrea. That's number one on the list for two thousand and twenty. I hope you guys enjoyed this. If you did make sure you leave a review i tunes make sure you subscribe to the podcast and i'll be back next week. Have an awesome day. And we'll talk to you soon. Listeners i want to thank you for tuning in. I truly appreciate your time. If you're enjoying the podcast than do me a huge favor. Click the subscribe button now and please leave me a review. It would mean a lot to me..

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"gary banner" Discussed on Steam Talk

Steam Talk

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"gary banner" Discussed on Steam Talk

"I learned nine hundred ninety nine ways not to make a light bulb before made a light bulb so failure is every time. Success is only once you know. And i i truly like that's really that's really. It's it was amazing. When i learned that which is funny because we talked prior and we had dinner Prior to this podcast and We actually know each other a little bit better and Christine had asked me a few questions. And i i had reference to my own insecurities you know which is funny. Because i'm so profiling but i'm so insecure about it as only one guy. I don't you. Gary banner chowk have you heard him. Yeah he's like this motivational speaker and stuff and It was great advice he gave and he was just like you know what fuck up purpose. Oh yeah absolutely. Do do from the star do something completely wrong. And you'll find something new every time like to do it from the start and then from there it's all it's all up its new ground. You're forging new territory and I can equate this to sound design. When i'm using specific vsd's which For people who don't know what those are those a virtual instruments. And i'm so i get so wrapped up in my okay. Well i'm going to do this. And i'm gonna use this phaser and i'm gonna set these wave tables off a little bit and i'm going to do this and i'm going to do that and i do it. So mathematically and i get so so comfortable in my zone where i keep doing the same thing and keep doing the same thing you got. I mean pardon my language c- mass. But you gotta fuck it up every once in a while. You have to get way outside of your comfort zone. Sometimes because there's no there's a forging new territory. There's no making new styles of music. There's no new sound effects that are going to come out of people doing the same thing..

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"gary banner" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"gary banner" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

"Company products Definitely a great back. Best practice fruit-growing social platforms yup. It always ask questions number. Sixteen joshua you've been doing this. Not i know you glad to try can speak number sixteen collaborate with influencers to promote your business. I'm talking about earlier. Is like not being afraid to reach out and collaborate with people. There's a lot of people out there. The internet's a big place and There's a lot of blood that would that would love to work with another company or work with business and you. can you look into your audience. In just kind of see what they relate to them what their interests are in kind of go in that direction finding influence or that kind of fits into that and it really speaks to help speed to the audience helped obviously grow reach. And i think the important thing here for this particular note is everybody's an influence her right. Find an influence sir within your community within your niche within your product range within you know for example if i was trying to sell an seo course the people i would want to collaborate with or people like In the agency side would be people like nick. Eubanks or kevin. In dig or cyrus shepard All of these people are influential within the community. They're not the the world's you know. They're not gary banner chucked with. That's not the point right so you can certainly a mechanical keyboard is all over the place. But i'm sorry. I'm trying to come replied. It's i have the same mechanical keyboard that they did not familiar with it. It's the mechanical part of. It makes it feel like an old style typewriter and you kind of bang away and their loud. Oh yeah. Big time in k. already Going back to number eighteen. Now no seventeen seventy or seventeen or so leveraging the power of your employees So you know that would be like utilize a lot of the times to And we tried to do this..

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"gary banner" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"gary banner" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I- Melody Harm from Yahoo Finance and I'm so excited to be speaking with Gary Banner Truck. Today. . . Thanks for joining a scary. . Thank you melody. . The theme of this year's Am SS road to recovery. . Tell us what you're seeing veer media. . Your focus has always been on innovative experiential marketing of course that has sort of been thrown out the window to a certain extent <hes>. . Tell us how you've been able to give it. . During time, , it's really funny. The . way you've been structured that I totally get the positioning of us being innovative or disruptive or things that nature. . But in actual business meetings with big and small brands I've always clarified kind of my persona or like the vibe around us. . I've always said look people think that were innovating. . I think more practical I. . think that most people talk about today in a very confused way most companies really put yesterday on a pedestal what used to work and they think of today as the future, but , it's actually today. . So ironically is thought we were practical versus disruptive or innovative. . So to your point in the way you set that up. . We were never doing vr a are like the things I talk about what consumers are actually doing now like I think we can all agree that consumers give their attention to this device. . and. So . when we're doing media and creative in these channels and Ott facebook instagram, , Youtube, , Tiktok, , whatever they may be linked in for B. Two B. Companies. . We think it's practical. . We think it's underpriced no different than that to Yahoo, , and early there's a yahoo that ad product Yahoo Google ads like Yahoo ads that was driver for my family's business in ninety, , nine, two, , , thousand, , two, , thousand, , one, , two, , thousand people thought Yahoo ads was so futuristic but if you were doing them, , you knew they were practical you were doing business. . So what's actually happened for us is people have thrown out yesterday. . And Have Opened Their Eyes Today Aka the biggest brands in the world that we work with. . A starting to understand paying six hundred thousand dollars for production to run on television. . Might not be the best use of their money and have leaned into e COM. . And content and media being together in digital channels to drive business results, , and this has been the greatest era of CMO's and real marketing individuals at the highest levels becoming more practical and practitioners. . So we're seeing a lot of growth to be frank. . And we're seeing people finally have the <hes>. . You know I was reading about this on Yahoo or Wall Street Journal or Ad Age, , but I never took it seriously because I put yesterday on a pedestal. . And now I actually see what you meant I can't believe facebook ads and creative can drive my business so much. . So we're seeing a big seachange in Madison Avenue. . And even start a planned to a degree and and obviously we're excited about it from our perspective. . Ran We see this wide divergence when we look at the industry, , right that are actually sending those ad dollars even if they're rejecting their budgets <hes>, , of course, retail , financial services are two of the top senders. . When you look at even the growth that's happening twenty twenty. . How are you seeing that manifest in your business? ? Are there any particular bright spots that you can call out or perhaps laggards in the face? ? Overall? ? The the bright spots for me are. . I can't believe how many whether it's craft or proctor pepsico the conversations I'm having where the actual sales data. . is becoming the KPI, , not the internal A. Or. . Nielsen Brand Studies. . So. . You, , know. . I. . Actually see a lot of if we're very heavy CPG we're heavy financial services as chases client like. . We're seeing we weren't. . We weren't in airlines or hotels like we got lucky is the only word I can use our client mix was. . Berry. . Benefited by Govan to be honest in the short term. . In that timeframe because they're worried about supply chain to be honest, right , our clients are much more worried about making more of their stuff than anything else. . I think it's just affirmation of my prior statement which is. . The bright spots or the advancements are as following. . We are seeing bigger allocation to marketing because we finally got clients to measure on how well they're doing on Amazon dot com or proving to them that we're moving product at Kroger or Walmart or Home Depot. . So what's happening investing more because the debate went out the window because they weren't lazy with their money because nobody can do TV productions. . So you're seeing the real world of haves and have nots. . The industries that were most affected are obviously in trouble more so than others and the industries that most benefited from it food necessities. . Were unable to spend their marketing money. . The way they're they're accustomed to. . Meanwhile what was happening was the way they were accustomed to big productions on TV and then doing matching luggage to that TV spot on digital was for the last decade wrong or at least wildly overpriced.

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How to Lead with Practicality

The GaryVee Audio Experience

05:32 min | 4 months ago

How to Lead with Practicality

"I- Melody Harm from Yahoo Finance and I'm so excited to be speaking with Gary Banner Truck. Today. Thanks for joining a scary. Thank you melody. The theme of this year's Am SS road to recovery. Tell us what you're seeing veer media. Your focus has always been on innovative experiential marketing of course that has sort of been thrown out the window to a certain extent Tell us how you've been able to give it. During time, it's really funny. The way you've been structured that I totally get the positioning of us being innovative or disruptive or things that nature. But in actual business meetings with big and small brands I've always clarified kind of my persona or like the vibe around us. I've always said look people think that were innovating. I think more practical I. think that most people talk about today in a very confused way most companies really put yesterday on a pedestal what used to work and they think of today as the future, but it's actually today. So ironically is thought we were practical versus disruptive or innovative. So to your point in the way you set that up. We were never doing vr a are like the things I talk about what consumers are actually doing now like I think we can all agree that consumers give their attention to this device. and. So when we're doing media and creative in these channels and Ott facebook instagram, Youtube, Tiktok, whatever they may be linked in for B. Two B. Companies. We think it's practical. We think it's underpriced no different than that to Yahoo, and early there's a yahoo that ad product Yahoo Google ads like Yahoo ads that was driver for my family's business in ninety, nine, two, thousand, two, thousand, one, two, thousand people thought Yahoo ads was so futuristic but if you were doing them, you knew they were practical you were doing business. So what's actually happened for us is people have thrown out yesterday. And Have Opened Their Eyes Today Aka the biggest brands in the world that we work with. A starting to understand paying six hundred thousand dollars for production to run on television. Might not be the best use of their money and have leaned into e COM. And content and media being together in digital channels to drive business results, and this has been the greatest era of CMO's and real marketing individuals at the highest levels becoming more practical and practitioners. So we're seeing a lot of growth to be frank. And we're seeing people finally have the You know I was reading about this on Yahoo or Wall Street Journal or Ad Age, but I never took it seriously because I put yesterday on a pedestal. And now I actually see what you meant I can't believe facebook ads and creative can drive my business so much. So we're seeing a big seachange in Madison Avenue. And even start a planned to a degree and and obviously we're excited about it from our perspective. Ran We see this wide divergence when we look at the industry, right that are actually sending those ad dollars even if they're rejecting their budgets of course, retail financial services are two of the top senders. When you look at even the growth that's happening twenty twenty. How are you seeing that manifest in your business? Are there any particular bright spots that you can call out or perhaps laggards in the face? Overall? The the bright spots for me are. I can't believe how many whether it's craft or proctor pepsico the conversations I'm having where the actual sales data. is becoming the KPI, not the internal A. Or. Nielsen Brand Studies. So. You, know. I. Actually see a lot of if we're very heavy CPG we're heavy financial services as chases client like. We're seeing we weren't. We weren't in airlines or hotels like we got lucky is the only word I can use our client mix was. Berry. Benefited by Govan to be honest in the short term. In that timeframe because they're worried about supply chain to be honest, right our clients are much more worried about making more of their stuff than anything else. I think it's just affirmation of my prior statement which is. The bright spots or the advancements are as following. We are seeing bigger allocation to marketing because we finally got clients to measure on how well they're doing on Amazon dot com or proving to them that we're moving product at Kroger or Walmart or Home Depot. So what's happening investing more because the debate went out the window because they weren't lazy with their money because nobody can do TV productions. So you're seeing the real world of haves and have nots. The industries that were most affected are obviously in trouble more so than others and the industries that most benefited from it food necessities. Were unable to spend their marketing money. The way they're they're accustomed to. Meanwhile what was happening was the way they were accustomed to big productions on TV and then doing matching luggage to that TV spot on digital was for the last decade wrong or at least wildly overpriced.

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How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert

Marketing School

04:26 min | 7 months ago

How to Build a Brand When You Aren't an Expert

"Committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel, and today we are going to talk about how to build a brand when you are not an expert. So a lot of people are asking US hey, how do I build a brand I'm getting into this field I'm learning law and decide you know what fake it till I make it what do I do and you have to real options the first option is you can just way and then once you get really good at it and you think you're all as quote unquote expert grew whatever you WANNA call it. Then by all means blog about it creep video content odd cast The other option and this is the one I would recommend is you don't have to get expert to build a brand you can share your journey you can share the mistakes you learn, you ensure the pros, the cost, and eventually not only will you learn what to do, what not to do your followers or the fallen that year solely attracting will also learn what to do and what not to do. But eventually as you gain more and more expensive the month over the years you'll be then seen as experts have to be expert. You don't WanNA call yourself expert to share what's working for you in that industry on what's not be super open open book you transparent So I was actually just GonNa say something similar around document your journey in the beginning when people when you maybe feel like imposter and you don't feel like you have enough to teach you don't feel like you're good enough I think happened. So a lot of people when they're starting out and I think that stops them from starting. It's also painful when people don't see results for the first two to three years or so and what I would say is a good example of this is Gary Chuck. He doesn't particularly teach as much as he just. He just had a camera guy following him around d rock and he was just documenting every part of the journey on his team chop things up and that would be sources content, and then he would realize that now he's you're saying this like I don't have to think about all the content I need to produce because just living my life I'm being me he's being very authentic to himself. So in the very beginning, is there any way you can document especially if you become really really successful and people can see from the very beginning there like Even more. It doesn't matter how crappy your video your equipment is how bad you sounded the beginning while people are going to appreciate the raw ethnic you and then they're gonna see your journey another continue to follow you because they're interested in senior story people. Dave Chapelle said people don't follow comedians because they're funny. They follow comedians because they're interesting and so how can you be interesting? You document your journey, you get stronger and stronger don't give up an I feel at that point success has given. So yeah, and what you'll find is throughout your journey. Joe Come through a lot of things that can help you become expert without you realizing as he had a bigger audience, you may be asked to be interviewed on other podcasts. He will may want to interview. You may end up doing speeches at conferences. All these things will help brand your salt and make you be seen as experts, but it doesn't happen overnight and when I look at companies like groove h q a lot of people don't know but they documented their journey and eventually became super successful Gary Banner Chuck was undoing Wine Library. TV. Back. In the day for so many years spitting wind. He wasn't like I know wind better than anyone else. He was doing a show until just telling people what they feel about. You know wine in how it tastes like I remember he was on Conan one time he's again this is how it tastes like a song with dirt try chewing Konin and stuff like that wasn't near just trying to be an expert who is more so distinct this is how it is. This is how I get to know why is this is how I relate to? Overtime people like Oh, Shit your expert. You know this? Really well, it wasn't because he's saying he's an expert he's documenting his processes tasting wine, and at the same time, other people start interviewing. Esam to speak our conference getting known. That's what really helped him up over the years as well. If you even look at Logan, Paul you look at Pudi Pie, you look at Casey Nights, lot of them. They are just kind of even Graham Stephan to he's actually Graham. Stephon Stephan Show where he reacts to things actually he teaches but the the other three people I talked about before again Casey nights that Logan Paul, these types of people they're just

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Do the BEST YOU CAN with WHAT YOU HAVE

Change Lives Make Money

04:39 min | 7 months ago

Do the BEST YOU CAN with WHAT YOU HAVE

"What is going on, I, finish coaches. It is your mentor. Be Mark fit coming at you with another episode of the change lives make money trying to podcasting number one podcast for my fitness. Coaches want to make more money and change more. People's lives are right so guys searing talking about doing the best you can with what you have doing the best you can vote you have. This is the number one podcast for coaches. So as you guys tuning in three ways, you can support the podcast number. One makes your subscribed on the podcast with spotify APP number. Two screen shot any podcast episode. Share to scrimp stories tagging the APP. May Mark Finn so not tuning. Tuning in and number three. If you have a friend, WHO's a personal trainer and tell him about this podcast? How many guys have been guilty of this sentence? Let me know if you've been guilty of using the sentence before this center. Visit I've been waiting to start until I've been waiting to post until I've been waiting to hire the mentor until I've been waiting to quit my job until I've been waiting to go live on facebook until how many of you guys have used the sentence? I've been waiting to do X.. Until today I wanNA talk about this idea of getting it right. I right because I think a lot of online coaches are waiting for the. The stars to align before they start taking action on business there waiting until they're done school before they can pursue on my fitness coaching, or they're waiting until Kovic is done before they fulltime fitness coach, or they're waiting until they can afford to upgrade their camera before they start taking pictures and posting on social media. How many guys have been waiting for something to happen until you take action today? I WanNa talk to you guys about how that's the biggest mistake you can make in your online business. My goal today in this episode is to show you how to produce great content now I also want to show you how to get results fast and see surges. Surges of growth in your business and finally I want to show you how to make an impact and the legacy. I want that to start right now. How many of you guys follow Gary? Gary Chuck is one of my favorite people to fall on social media because Gary. Banner Check has this idea. He calls a documentation over creation. Now this idea of documentation over creation is this instead of thinking about creating content. What you WanNa do you WanNa? Start documenting what you're already doing so if you're all my fitness coach, what that looks like? What are you eating on a daily basis? And what are you doing for your workouts? And what is your daily mindset? Mindset ritual. Look like, but I see a lot of online coaches that are actually struggling to create content because they're waiting the reason a lot of on night coaches are creating content is because they're waiting for x to happen before they can start putting himself other social media. It's like you guys know you WanNa make ten thousand dollars a month, but you're waiting until I do this thing before I create my content. See a couple years ago. Guys! I'm going to tell you guys about a trainer. That I used to work with setting nation. This trainer that I wanted to work. He wanted to start a youtube channel and he's like Yo Bro so I wanNA start. Start Youtube Channel, and going to start building my workouts, and putting them up there, but I need to buy a good camera I, and so once I buy a good camera. Then I'm going to start getting videos, but not until I can afford a good camera so that my own. My video qualities Behi- I look back at him and I was like no, don't do that, I'm like you need to start right now. A Mike Start Right now with that iphone seven. You have and start filming videos, and then I want you to take those videos that you film with your iphone seven make them lit. Do the best you can right now with the tools. Tools you have at this moment in time, so how many of us have been waiting to take action until insert any excuse here? Let me know if you guys said this before I've been waiting until Kobe over and the gym's open back up before I do anything I've been waiting until covert is over and I. Get off the I. I've been waiting until I graduate and I have more time to commit to my fitness business I've been waiting to save up until I have enough money to hire a mentor I've been waiting to post stuff on social media until I build up and following. I've been waiting until I've been waiting until I'm waiting until what I'm. I'm saying to you on fitness coaches is that you need to start right now at this moment and you need to use the tools that you have available, and you need to do the best job that you possibly can with what you have at this moment in time now doing the best that you can with what you have right now means this means all my fitness coach. You say that you don't have time. You're also sleeping eight to nine hours a night and you watch two hours of TV, doing the best that you can with what you have that you sacrifice a two hours of TV and you put as much work in as you possibly. Possibly can to build your own business with the time that you possibly have now doing the best you can with what you have also means this a lot of you. Guys say that you're GONNA. Wait until gym's open back up to start your online business. Then you see other trainers who are crushing it like one of my best clients. Chad Morgan broke forty two thousand dollars right doing the best you can with what you have means that you study as much as you possibly can about online training, and you put in as much effort as you possibly can, you can get a taste of some of the results at other trainers are getting you do the best. Best. You can with what you have right now.

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"gary banner" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"gary banner" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Thousand Fifteen New Jersey Tech meet up or Gary speaks about startups in internet culture. In Joy I'm really thrilled to introduce you guys get there. You Go Gary Banner Chuck. How many people here? I think he's a yes. On this one. Have heard of and follow Gary Banner, joke. All Right? This has been a really interesting experience for me because I've got a lot of social love in bringing you on stage, which I really appreciate like the Auxiliary Byproduct of having Gary v I. Get a lot of followers. But you may have noticed even though it looked pretty dense about half. The Room is really sure so I am an interest. Then we're GONNA. Tell you a little bit himself. Gary Banner Chuck, builds businesses. I took his family wind basis and grew it from a three million dollar, a year business to a sixty million dollars a year business the one air. Maybe check out. HOLD WINE LIBRARY! Now he runs vein media one of the world's hottest digital agencies along the way he's become a prolific angel, investor and venture capitalist invested in companies like facebook twitter tumbler. Uber Birch box before eventually co founding vein RC a twenty five million dollar. Angel Fund. The also hosts the ask. Gary v show away providing as much value as possible by taking questions about social media, entrepreneurship startups and family businesses, and giving his answers based on a lifetime of building successful multi-million dollar companies. The show is available as a podcast and Itunes, stitcher and soundcloud. He left out of this violet. He's also written the best selling New York Times bestselling books. They should definitely check out. He is a prolific public speaker. He's given keynotes at the web south by. You should definitely watch his youtube channel. He was named the both fortune and crain's forty under forty second of years has been profiled in New York Times, fortune and ink. Let's officially give a big round of applause the..

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Voice and Wearables with Dave Kemp of Future Ear

Voice First Health

07:37 min | 11 months ago

Voice and Wearables with Dave Kemp of Future Ear

"Also have a blog. That has now Formed into a podcast as well future ear. My podcast is the the future ear radio PODCASTS. And really what I'm trying to do is cover the intersection of Curable technology stemming from my background in hearing AIDS which are like The preeminent curable And Voice Technology. So I I you know I do too podcast week where I bring on people from the world of audiology the world of the world of voice technology and sort of just have this guy. Tried to create a cohesive narrative around this budding intersection. That I just find to be absolutely fascinating. That's amazing end I've listened to your podcast and it's fantastic. I think you're a great interviewer actually have said that you before. So I think thank you. Questions are really great and And you're in your prolific content producer as well now because you're doing it twice. That's I know that takes that takes a lot of a lot of consistency effort. So good for you. Let's talk a little bit about the intersection here of here. Both in voice technology. We'll get into the exciting news that we have the book in just a moment but I love to get your take on. How did you first see that interaction with voice technology? And what's the what's the origin? Story there sure So the very first time I like started coming around the voice technology You know like world was the the Alexa Conference back when it was called the Alexa conference very proud that I can say that I was one of the Og Alexa Conference people back when it was in Chattanooga Public Library It's so funny. It's like when we were at project voice this year which which has been reprinted in to see many familiar faces. And it's just so cool to think back on this small group inside the Public Library and it just keeps growing and growing and growing and The reason I was there was because I started to really research What was going to happen Due to the fact that hearing aids were all becoming Bluetooth enabled so back around. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen there this massive shift In terms of the type of hearing aids that were coming to market Everything was Bluetooth enabled and because of that I started thinking. Well this is a really big deal because then you basically unlocked the whole smartphone economy the economy and all that but I kept thinking. What else are you gonna be able to do with this and Like so many people you know I always find it interesting like who was the person that really got you interested in this and a lot of people would say Gary Banner Chuck for me. It was Brian Romilly. I came across him on twitter. I just Kinda got into a rabbit hole. Read his stuff and I was like. This is a really really interesting premise. In the way that I thought about it was okay. So if this You know the way that he describes it as the sort of paradigm shift into the way in which we interact with technology. Every you know ten to twelve years you have sort of this new interface that emerges And this idea of voice made a lot of sense to me because you know it's this idea of simplifying everything back to the basics and being able to have a four year olds communicate with this type of technology or ninety five girls and that to me was like the Big Aha moment so what I started think was okay. Well if this is going to be a thing in smart speakers continued to proliferate and people continue to increasingly depend on them for more and more things I thought that what would it be likely that they would then want that type of functionality on their person and so I said well. What better of a home Then these new Bluetooth connected hearing AIDS that you're wearing all day every day Not to mention sort of the consumer side that was just starting to take shape largely being ushered in by air products. And so. That's how I got into this whole thing was just this notion in this idea that I thought it was entirely possible that the evolution of The way in which we interact with our smartphones would be unbundled to the more like peripheral Peripheral wearable devices In having voice as you know not only the user interface also the voice assistant serving as the actual operating system. Yeah that's great and and it's clear You know hearing you speak in following your work that you're now one of the leaders in this area of technology and here ables and it's such a historic. It just makes sense to me. You know an intuitively that with with speaking. There's listening as well and part of the part of the oral type of communication so I think that's really exciting because of that You know it's. It's really wonderful that we've had the opportunity to work together on this special project on the voice technology in Healthcare Book and You are one of the chapter authors. And I'd love for you to share with us a little bit about The process and of course you know little bit of information in terms of what did you write about. What did you learn out of it and your your thoughts on on that whole that whole deal? Yeah for sure and first of all I wanNA thank. You WanNa thank the whole group Harry Papua's and David Metcalfe and everybody else I. This is just an amazing opportunity in so regarding the process. What's interesting is at the time when you approach me about this. I had been writing what I called the daily updates so I was midway through. I'd probably written about seventy five eighty of these so I had actually got into the habit of writing daily and I think that it was good timing because I was like I felt as if I was kind of honing his craft of writing and being pretty religious about it. And so when you presented me with this idea of like can you write a ten thousand word chapter on You? Know Kinda like everything that you're passionate about wearables. Voice Technology in the Medical Setting. Rice said that sounds like a challenge. In so I'll be perfectly honest. I had a good idea in my head of of the outline. I sent you the outline but when push came to shove Like so many other people you know something. That's kind of daunting like that. I kind of procrastinated and when I finally did is one day. I can't remember. I think it was like a Sunday. I just like went into my room. Close my door in a got into like this Into this almost like trans. Yeah exactly and I just cranked it out. I actually wrote it in one day while I obviously edited it afterwards but I remember I would. I was writing And I told my girlfriend that I was going to be doing this. I was like I'M GONNA go. I'm GONNA just knock out ten thousand words and we'll see if I can do this. I think I can do it. I read about a thousand words every day. So it's just like basically writing ten types of articles that are right but I gotta do it and so I did it and I just went in there and I was texting updates from like six thousand seven thousand so it was. It was actually pretty a pretty cool process and it was a pretty cool thing for me to like. Be Able to tell myself like you can do this So as a writer because I have journalism background. This was one of the this was like for me. Like if I was a mountain climber like this was the highest peak that I've climbed yet so I really appreciate the opportunity of even getting the chance to do this and the challenge of Of doing it and So that was sort of the process of of how I how this thing came to life and then after I wrote it I went back through. I mean there was it was kind of messy so I had a really clean it up in. You know rearrange it a little bit but But that's how I

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"gary banner" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"gary banner" Discussed on Marketing School

"Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel at today we're GonNa talk about seven marquee not lessons that you could learn from Gerry Chuck so just to kick digs off Gary vader chuck. He has it agency called Vader at Becker. Today he helped take a company. His Dad's white company from a three to sixty billion dollars. He learned how to use Google ads back in the day at that. Now he has his agency. I believe they're approaching two hundred review or something like that but he does really well with social. He's he goes around the world. Speaking he's built an audience were millions of people are following him so he has built that Personal Brad so I think we both think he does really well for by Perspective and we want to give you the seven lessons so I'll start with number one so number one is gary recognizes is is what he's not good at so what do I mean by that. Gary's great onstage. He's great I video audio but he's not good at the written word Grammar's not his status a- As a matter of fact he's proud of showing his his grades in high school where he got these in. This school wasn't his thing which naturally means Grammar's not he's saying he can write short for like twitter certainly built that way but you know he recognizes those weaknesses that he plugs this week. This is what the team that he has. So that's the first one the second thing that you can learn from Gary Banner check. TUCK is look. If you're going to do marketing the best way to do well is to relate to your ideal customer whether it's through storytelling. Whether writs through connecting with them and doing live videos Gerry tries to connect relate with people heck even gives you a phone number so you can text messages. Ensure he knows is that the Texas aren't going to be personalized or anything like that. At least people know but still. He's trying to truly make effort to connect with people and what you'll see is. When he does like live videos he'll bring other people on interact with them and it makes their day. And that's great and the reason being is look if you can connect with the audience in show. Oh how you're human. You're much more likely to generate. Sales are connecting with you all right number three. He is always ahead when it comes to testing. So Neil night. We're kind of Sometimes we'll wait and see. How like a TIC tacos by. He's actually active on Tick Tock. I actually exploring tick tock so. He's trying things that most people aren't trying because he is to be bold. I in that respect so you know whether it's himself or his team. He's always pushing to try to experiment with things which is why to deals point. Yes his text message surge many a lot of his contract. Now he's trying community dot com. And you know he is active on Ted talk at. He's tried to get people to post. Could textually to those those channels else number. Four Gary no social media traffic eventually dies not that it goes to zero but facebook instagram. Take talk whatever it may be eventually that Auburn's Auburn's where the reach gets harder? So what is he doing. He tried to control his own destiny from email. Lists getting people's phone numbers. He wants direct. Grech way to communicate with people is followers so that way. He's not relying on these social channels. You should be doing the same thing. Don't just rely on one channel like social media whether push notifications emails text messaging. You need to build up your own list. That's not relying on algorithms and spam filters and all this other stuff all right now. What is the number five five all right number five speed Gary. If it's what Ling Gary is known for executing security very very quickly at Neil actually to it's about speed and it's about testing very quickly literally what happens is the way his team interacts is Viagra. For drop drop a video into a group text and then basically everyone will will jump on top of it like Like I don't know maybe. It's a bad analogy to use a starcraft algae. But I'm not gonNA to do that so basically everyone jumps on it and they start created controversy. There they're just trying to execute quickly quickly quickly so they're not like the old. I we typically have a buffer of twenty to thirty days of this podcast bye. They're typically there. I don't know if it's shaped by Dow but they're about two days away for Brady got of content which is crazy but maybe it's different now because the team has expanded. I'm me as different. But the last time I learned I learned that there were two days away for Brady got a content so but speed very fast. Getting stuff out ill. They're also big micro content. So Oh you create this piece of content whether it's tax or a blog post video doesn't matter they love taking things cutting it down bite sizing it and just sharing everywhere repurposing it. They have amazing framework for it. And that's something that's huge because let's say you gave a speech at a conference. Why can't use that impose out all over the social social web you create a blog post by can create video out of it as well on posted all over the social web. That's example of repurposing on top of that. If you have something that's like a video that's ten minutes you can take. Maybe create three four smaller videos from it and post. It doesn't mean you can't pause ten minute version as well but gary posting all of them and more than that. He's getting the most most mileage out of his content. Yeah and the last thing. I'll call it number. Seven here is really being yourself be yourself. I got all God. This is so cheesy Sierra. Would you like or are you like some inspirational grew now no. It's it's more so like like Gary cusses a lot and there's actually been videos where I've seen where one one woman was like. Why do you cuss so much like to. How does it help Blah Blah Blah and Gary's like look it's be unapologetic unapologetically. It's hip at the flip side of that. He's actually a really generous person. What do you think about Gave Away just two hundred seventy page guide which I recommend you all check out to make a ton of contact Check out that guy. He's really generous with that. He gives gives gives gives a lot by the way like we give a lot of this podcast to give it a lot with our other caught by. He is who he is at. He doesn't apologize for it because he realizes if he tries to cater cater to start people. He's a good player. Nobody so you can see. He's been remarkably consistent over the years. And it's just Gary Gary and I you know some people hate him so so people love him but even if you you may be annoyed if the beginning maybe he grows on you because you realize that everything's cubby with good at touches so deal. Do you want to closed off if you WANNA learn from people that gave energetic Eric. Can I and other entrepreneurs for a successful checkout marketing school dot com slash live. March eight nine and ten air. Can I are hosting event in San Francisco will give you the option to learn from people like us other experts as well. We appreciate you joining us for this session of Marketing School. Be Sure to rate review. Subscribe to the show and visit marketing school. Dot Co for more resources based on on today's topic as well as access to more episodes that will help you find True Marketing Success Tax Marketing School Iso until next time class dismissed missed..

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"gary banner" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"gary banner" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Wise words. Thank you for sharing that I do I hope other guys. You're listening to this. I I saw in. What is listen to this? This is all just personally taking notes. You're from Ryan because I am much more bigger than a feeler. My wife will attest and but no I appreciate you say that again. I keep using state. I'm really catchy. Myself semantics by category. I believe that the only way you can really help. Somebody is if you can really empathize with them much more than sympathy anti too often lot of are other trying to create a product. Justed make money and I've seen again talking about your podcast. As firestone does a great job of that as well of really he really knows his customer summer all of his cosmetics. Here's a guy who's totally really done. A ton of research and a spell as talked with and communicated with women on what they want and is interesting as I see his copy and I see the way he does that it goes back to what you just said and I see the way in which you are with people and how connected naked and I think so. So many people is. They're just trying to get to the next thing and and they don't care what you're saying like I'm out of the next that's right. I WANNA share another example with E. That's GONNA take us down as interesting rabbit hole. I've had had conversations with Russell a bit about my faith journey. And how I I went to school to be a pastor and then I identified as an atheist first and then I kind of went on this route of just wanted to know what was true. I just wanted to know what what I really believed and what I I was really doing was I wanted to have the quote right answers. I wanted to know what was real. I wanted to know what was factually. True and to me. That's why I had so much stress and angst around things like my faith faith because we don't really know things on an intellectual level if we're trying to find out what's true or what's right or even what makes us happy happy or what is fun or what our passion is doing it from a place of thinking about. It doesn't really get us anywhere and I had to drop that for a while and find what is that. What what does it feel like what what is what feels feels light? What feels right? What feels moral or not moral? What feels like the right thing to do what feels true? Do and when I do that. My brain can now I can intellectualize Intel you. And how the really good intellectual debate with you on politics or religion or any deep topic but it won't feel like mental banter back and forth it'll feel like we're communicating hitting ideas that we both know to be true and so I consider myself an intellectual to death. I don't like coming across as kind of this soft warm. Let's talk about our feelings. I really just WanNa know what's true. I've simply found that. There's a deeper truth. That is one layer or deeper than the intellectual. The intellectuals job is to communicate a truth that is one layer deeper a truth. Ruth exists without language because languages job is to communicate so what is the truth beyond the language beyond our ability to communicate hate it and then I let my brain go into intellectual zone and communicate. What's going on so I just wanted to tell you that story because that it is not not simply that I'm not an intellectual I a I cannot move forward unless I can intellectualize something? I just don't take take my cues from it. I don't take my I don't take my ultimate decisions from it. I use my brain. I don't let my brain use me. Oh Man I love that. The fun part is is seen banter when it comes to religion politics. Two things most people. I've seen go the estimate so well all right I live in a Docu for hours hours. I appreciate your time if you wanted to find ways of getting contact. You're reaching out to you. What's the best way to reach out to you? Yeah my podcast is capitalism dot com. And and I'm on instagram. At Ryan Daniel Ran Those are probably the best places to find me again. Total podcast my favorites. In addition Eh as you guys heard Ryan is just pure open on his guy. You'll ever meet so again. Thank you so much and you worked for. We let go well so now now we got. I got to say something controversial about politics. If you'RE GONNA if you're GonNa get me last give me last word. Okay then I I predict that even if trump is impeached he wins reelection in a landslide. And I made a bet with Gary Vein or chuck that if it's Biden versus trump which I don't think it's going to be but if it is Biden trump trump will absolutely trounce him and Gary Gary Banner Chuck Bet on Biden. And we'll we'll see who wins. Well we're GonNa Ryan thanks so much we'll talk you all right. Thanks for having me..

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"gary banner" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Now, what was it that you did? 'cause I bet many people listening would want to figure out. What was that mindset that pulled you out of that slump? You know, working with downs of people don't wanna one context there always has to be a why and I didn't know this at the time, but I had these pieces that I could draw from as my wife, so I had a young son who just born, and I and my grandmother in these word to wise that would just festering because my grandmother ever since I was a child I lived with her until I was in second grade, who's a very peaceful place. There's a lot of certainty there. There was a lot of love. I never saw her in. My grandfather argue, you know, there were entity. You're not debate. Didn't you know? But they were entity there's so much love there. And she instilled in me this sense of like, I'm gonna do something special. Like, she would always say that that you are beautiful your special your special little boy. And you know, she got me into writing are having mother Garfield notebook just started writing when I was young and I fell in love with that. And I remember during this process at some point, you know, your parents and grandparents they're not cool any more. And she kept calling me to see how I'm doing. I wasn't doing. Okay. But I was like I'm buying grandma. And it really hit me that the person she had seen me to be stealing me to be. I was not that person. I was far from it. And it's because I was accepting this life that other people had said it was possible for me. And so I use that that was a catalyst moment and also my son. I wanted to be able to be a good example for him to be a good man to show him. What it really looks like to be a good man because I didn't really have that in my life growing up. And so those two things my why became bigger than my problem. Wow. That's great. Phenomenal quote. You're y became bigger than your problem. And look where it's got a new today. I mean, not open you're one of the biggest podcast in terms of audiences. I think for a while you were the biggest podcast in the world. Am I right? Yeah. We were up like the top twenty, you know, which is crazy because it's half a million podcast. So Sean a couple of things like I said now for those of you who are interested in Shawn's work. Get us book sleep smarter, now, you know month, Sean, I did not like about your book. Is it sounds like it's about a sleep book because of the title, but you really go into so many things from cafe into magnesium too training to text as out of the bedroom to booze to sleeping positions to supplements. You actually cover a wide array of different things I learned so much from the book, but it was one of those books that over delivered. And you know to me the market a good book. Gets the highlights are used apple ibex highlight things for lift and the amount of highlights prepaid on this book was insane. But there's one thing I really want to bring up 'cause I love what you say here. So I'm holding up the book right here page, fifty four or five hundred seventy four you say in our culture sleep is not respected much at all. In fact, we often program with the idea to be successful. We need to work harder. We need to sleep less, and we can catch up on all the sleep. We want when we're dead. Distaste sleep is not respected Israeli understatement. Let's talk about that. Because this work hob, but says working flow has been a big debate here in mind valley. So I'd love to know your views on this. Why is sleep so important and what's up with this thing about sleep not being respected air? Absolutely. So in by the way, you probably know some of these guys too. I know some of the most hard charging entrepreneurs in the world, you know, be Gary banner, chug or..

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"gary banner" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on Before the Millions

"And now, I'm not to say like I'm going to preface this day with this is that like talking about travel, right? I'm not against having fun. That's not at all what this is about. Like, I'm not against not going to, you know music festivals. Or when I was just texting Gabby. My wife. And say there was a new music came out. It's going to be in Wisconsin of all places. And I'm like I want to go to this. And so we're planning on going to that. Right. But what I gotta make sure is that I get all of my work done before. I do that. So I'm not like check emails at the festival of that kind of thing. So I'm not against fun. But there's a there's a line. And you gotta be willing to sacrifice some things and draw that line in order to be able to get to where you're at and Gary banner, Chuck talks about her all the time. And I know I've referenced him a couple times is that you have to be willing to work your butt off in order to get where you want and be willing to say, no to these other things going all all the time going, I know friends that every single Thursday through Sunday night there at the bar, and I'm like, that's not me. That's not what I do anymore. Right. And so that was a big sacrifice. And I think that was number one thing I've just been on that side of the coin. And it's funny because now like the new me and the new me happen like evolve like three years ago, but the new me is like Morse on the side of the Corning. Whereas just like I am one hundred percent dedicated to my business can my craft that I don't know Zeier. Yeah. You don't desire that other side anymore? Exactly. What was funny us? And I used to think like, no like I studied all the these entrepreneurs. And I know exactly what it takes to be successful than I've know just like a half to have the sacrifices have to do this. Like, I have to have to miss all these events and all the stuff that I was kind of looking to start doing once I became an entrepreneur because I was as missing those events as an employee, right? I realized that we'll have to sacrifice that some more because I needed to operate with the mindset of delayed gratification. Yeah. Through that process. I was just like, well, I've missed so much again through my loved ones and their birthdays, and weddings and anniversaries. I'm just like the has to be a solution. Because like I'm all in and what I'm doing. And I understand like, I'm passionate. But I understand that everything's a relationship. Everything is is bettering the people. You and if I'm not present. Now, I mean, somebody can be gone or something can happen tomorrow. So what else started doing this year actually in a literally John on the cusp of this this month?.

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"gary banner" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Oh, just ain't guy. Doug Graham, Dabo fucking whammy Gary banner, Chuck ever heard of them most of noxious millionaire in the world, John just single ever heard of him little less of noxious millionaire done I love ultra Sankoh. I love. Oh, oh, Joseph gophers waka flock who you like. A more intrigued by Waqa. I think I enjoy talking about Trump me too. It's a little it's a little like walkers such a cartoon. It's almost hard. I feel like I can just kick. You Chad Johnson. Just like he's a buddy. Like, we just talk. Wocka, I mean, he he told us he gave us the blueprint tech. We gotta get. That's how we gotta go. Right tack. Right. We saw that today anchor. Another two hundred mil back problem is we're talent. What a waste of time talent is John just laughing straighten Garaventa checks basements. This is amazing. He didn't know what hit him the New England like football sports, sports fandom is the great equalizer. Oh, Gary, you started his wine store, and he built the YouTube page, and then he turned it into a social media empire. Now, he's a sports agent in a sneaker designer and a mogul, guess what your football team sucks and John you're excited about Adam gates. Yes, you you said that Adam gates is going to take over the division. How smart could you be when you say that out loud? John over here. Dumb broke ugly. Smelly freed he's laughing in your fucking face. Gary six it was great as much as I as much as I hate to be on the wrong side of that. It was the perfect embodiment of how sports is the great equalizer sports on if you play them if you root full because Gary really does care about sports like any other. That's was like Yvonne must sitting there. Right. You're not right in any way. Yeah. There has to be the caveat that people care. But when you know, they care you could be the best looking guy hook up with the best girls. You can have all the money can have the fortune of fame. You went six and ten pro your fucking loser. I've had I have as many Super Bowls as you're going to win games per year for the next twenty years as true. And there's nothing you can fuck and say back so Ocho Cinco. He keeps. He's spewing a lie about being a virgin, I don't know. What's going on? What's going on? Is this for a sponsor? Is there a punchline characters there? Yeah. This is a mystery. Is this a long con- or you Andy Kaufman in this shit. I don't know. I don't know the answer. I didn't get to the bottom of it. But Ocho Cinco was a trip. Josh Allen interrupted. There's a little like Josh Allen a appearance afterwards. I don't know. Do we put it in the interview Josh Allen gets up? He goes to answer the internet. Josh rose. Down. He goes, I think I call them Rosen. So very good moments. We doubled up again on the interviews because we had so many own Gary and Ocho Cinco. So right now voicemail time, we're gonna go to one eight hundred flowers I and Geli we need theory, though, is after the flowers which area life know about..

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"gary banner" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"You know, what I'm saying like, and that's just one of the issues. There's tons of them. It's. I'm just dude. I just think we need to be better, you know, and we need to shift from looking. For validation from people that we don't know. And we don't fucking care about really to actually telling people useful shit sharing experiences. Sharing positively? You know, Gary Gary banner, Chuck good buddy of mine. All right in reason. We're good buddies by the ways, we don't fuck agree on everything. Everybody else sucks is fucking nuts. And you know what? When Gary says some shit that. I don't like you know, what I do. I text them. And I say, hey, here's what's wrong with that statement. And then we talk about it. And you know, what he does the same shit to me. We're that's why we're fucking respect each other. But one thing he says, I totally agree. With is is do we need to make positive louder? I like that saying he that's the truth. Because what are we see online? We we see a lot of self serving false positive shit. Right. Like do these fucking chicks take? Pitcher their fucking ass. And then tell us fucking four paragraphs story about how they're fucking. Got picked on. I don't fucking like it's just like bitch. How about you just post your fucking asses? Hey, my ass looking good today. You know what I'm saying? We would appreciate that a lot more. I'm just being honest. I write like, dude. I I would you know, stuck to just be authentic, man. Like just fucking. Hey, I'm fucking six packs. Looking good today, motherfuckers where you think, you know, like, dude, like, if you're gonna brag brag, you're gonna hide it. I don't know man duchess me though. Like scared is scared of brag if I gotta brag I hear ya. But. I don't know how this ties in, but I'll throw this out there, and you can tell me which of any of this ties together just feel like I'm ranting because I'm frustrated actually. No, I I actually think this is I think you're expressing people's frustration. I think people are going to read my frustration. But. I'll say this. So we recently had the those four winners in town, by the way, they were awesome. They were awesome. Yeah. Very very good people and weird either. Now, they weren't weird sometimes ruin their fucking weird weird. Yeah. Yeah. It's because we allow on the pickle. Right. I mean, let's be real. You mother fuckers listening right now are weird mother fuckers that'd be fucking real weird our own way. But some of you guys are little little real weird. Yeah. So anyway, they were telling me that you know, we put them up in the four seasons. There's nice restaurant there and. And basically, they, you know, they they had a nice, you know, nice meal there, and I think it was something like three three forty seven was the total one of the girls told me that was the first time she'd ever have room service ever. That's crazy. Yeah. And I was like, that's awesome. I thought that was really cool. Very cool. So they're telling they were telling me that they had they had this great meal, and they were so grateful that it was paid for or what do they are? You gonna are. You gonna steal my punchline. Oh, I was gonna say they were very great. Yeah. They were extremely grateful. So I thought this was awesome. They were the three hundred forty seven dollars, right? And they were so grateful that that you, you know, you paid for that for them that that you provided that kind of Haas hospitality. They decided amongst themselves to give one hundred percent tip to the waiter. So they split up the cost of the meal, basically, they they didn't add onto our credit card. They they paid it. Right. So they gave it to them..

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"gary banner" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"All right so i guess if we covered this all i mean i have notes and files i could literally tear up on these guys think of parody video the guy did where he did a very good job dressed like alex jones and he just throws it goes girl this to cover all exactly these people are off shore it's funny you mentioned that because there is there's a there's a certain thread to this like if you start trying to backtrack zaccheus goal and brian jones they both went to that phillip exeter high school and you start like backtracking their connections than they do have a very they have a very well put together network and you start backtracking stuff it weeds to like old money really quick and it leads to like the transatlantic angle american relationship very quickly and i mean i was like man if i start going into that i'm going to sound like alex jones but i'm not implying that that's like there's some sort of aluminum conspiracy theory that's not that one i'm saying i'm just saying if you start playing the kevin bacon game it goes back to old money very quickly interesting man all right well this was definitely very different than what we normally do bruce cool it was something that i know you wanted to get off your chest you could say is you've been attacked i'm like i said i think i've been to nice when you're too nice people mistake kindness for weakness so i mean you're you think you're gonna come at me you think you're gonna come at other people like me and there's not going to be any kind of pushback now yeah not this time well hopefully you guys enjoyed this and like i said something different we have a lot of great interviews coming up on the rise in the end of this month early next month and of course roy doing great stuff here at hurricane brandon is at cans in france i know he just met gary banner chock took a picture with him riposte to that on soffer radios instagram page but currently right now what we're up to here hurricane of course is great club there's only one club out there with gear handpicked by special operations military veterans from several branches and that of course is craig club past items we've had crates have been emerson knives of blackhawk industrials medical pouch and cool.

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"gary banner" Discussed on This Week In Voice

This Week In Voice

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on This Week In Voice

"Voice as they see fit leave that as an option don't immediately push a particular profile onto a household on selected choose probably the best in theater brands are going are going to need some sort of voice that is associated with them and i like the thought of having that option to change just like we can change series voice now but i'm not sure how plausible that will be in the in the future of voice just because branding is going to be so critical to how these since are created and that is that is part of the reason at least why alexa and amazon and google haven't provided that option to have their system talk in different voices so i think in order to streamline user experience companies might not be as willing to provide that option even though it may allow for better balance in what we're providing in terms of gender these voices move on to story number five which is actually not a story is just something i felt like including this is a liberty i don't take that often the smartest speaker voice con gary v and the one thousand dollar ticket so i've been watching this thing so part of our business party score publishing's business is events in fact it's the main part of the business by revenue and we've got a portfolio of advanced and it's growing and we'll have more so i'm very attuned to have been si ballo them closely and this voice con thing everyone's gotten real quiet no one wants to talk about this thing on social media and that's just a recipe for me wanting to talk about it more before i really talk about this much i want to explain it i don't wanna get a bunch of emails from people saying this hour raves or something like that or just in envy of gary i'm a huge fan of gary banner chug.

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"gary banner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The podcast tuesday gary banner jacques rockstar slash entrepreneurial entrepreneur investor guru he he really is one of the most interesting people i know right now straight up one of the most fascinating people i know right now on his business models fascinating i think the guy's got this unbelievable coulter personality i think is a really fascinating dynamic person and he's joining me you've heard him on the program before maybe already fall him online ease of very difficult person for media described quickly because there's so much to this guy somebody of an lairs to him in how it has business and how you inspires people but he he he's a fascinating person now say that about too many people he's going to be my guest amber going to run him down in sweden i did the interview this morning his why can tell you i know it's good i've already done it so that's going to drop lower later on today with your voice mail messages meantime one more topic for before the end of this first half hour the heisman dropped three envelopes in the mail last night they invite louisville's lamar jackson stanford price love and oklahoma quarterback baker mayfield to new york if those three names sound especially familiar it's probably because the invite list is drenched which i'll go karma lamar was one of our very first podcast gas he joined me in episode three brice was on this show a few weeks back in why not interviewed baker yet or call made coach lincoln riley came in after the sooner is dropped.

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"gary banner" Discussed on The Ascent Podcast

The Ascent Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on The Ascent Podcast

"Yeah and that's a really good point and i that's something i think about a lot because especially now that i'm doing content like this like a podcast i've been on a lot of podcasts in the last few months and you be prized how many people who run these things that they just try and stock up as many episodes as they can and like there are podcasts that i were was interviewed for when i first moved out here six months ago that the episode hasn't released yet and like i get emails from people out of the woodwork and they're just like hey i haven't forgot about you like your episodes going live in like two more weeks and i'm like would is what did i even talk to you about like like to me that's just like unforgiveable because that content gets so stale that point that it's just whatever i said when i was at the beginning of my journey it'll be a nice piece of content still not share it but it's completely irrelevant now as far as my beliefs because that's always evolving and i think that's what you hit on perfectly because you know i can i always tell people you know don't listen to what i'm saying today like don't listen to what i said like ten days ago listened to what i'm saying right now like asked me the same questions because i'll probably answer them differently just based on my experiences in the world that we're in with the marketing digital scape is just such an involving space that i feel like you have to think that way and i was sort of molded to think that way through working gary banner trucks company in you know it's it's just such a fast paced environment you kind of have to be fast in order to learn grow in depth because find that in like when you're dealing with clients in just oh at at.

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"gary banner" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on Marketing School

"Snapshots dying if you don't believe me just look at their stock facebook is really crushing on so invest an instagram stories it's a great way to engage their audience get more sales at works look at vein or media which is owned by gary banner truck the reason he does so well is because he's all over social media and companies are paying him millions of dollars to help them with social media venter media at least what i read online does over one hundred million dollars a year somewhere around there may be ninety or sony and they wouldn't be doing damage revenue f companies were and getting results from social media marketing gary's really big on pushing companies to facebook instagram pretty much any major popular social network so if companies are spending millions of dollars a month with his firm that means it's working out for them right and i mean the lots of good examples of stories amiga look a gary v stuff uh reach safety um he has his stories are actually pretty funny and engaging because he speaks his mind and he the way he does it is pretty unique verses kind of what other people are doing a man you know gary v stuff i mean like he'll his podcast as a story so actually fall a you know one of our our instagram growth growth everywhere growth underscore everywhere we actually post marking school episodes as a story there uh and you can see like the way a file on so you can check that out as well so that's just another way of kind of repurposing content and you know we get some good feedback around that so yeah i mean the food invest time put it into instagram stories it in a worst case scenario you can repurpose that have thrown onto the snapchat as well neil anything else nope that's it for mine before we go we have a one year annual subscription of crazy aid that we would like to give to you but before i give you the details neil what is crazy a crazy is a visual analytics tool show or people click where they wrong.

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"gary banner" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary banner" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist

"Oh i am reading gary banner chuck's let us a call and it's the right but i mean crush it ruled terry lee luck heads that's author of the various duration although he said that okay i'm going to try to crush the way i asked this question which is what was the last thing that made you go well oh man i think the last thing that made me go wow this is cheesy is on my last sauna graham at my obese by why because you know i'm in the second try and i'm gaining eight but i don't feel any kicking or anything yet but there was a person in my stomach right now you don't realize that and then you see the sauna graham in the sauna grounds are really detailed now white has a hand in it was like doing things as a hand and if we like pushed my stomach it with like elbow to get it out of the way like i think he and my wife both like wow and when we think we said it like twenty times that is very well exxon aghribs are our little creepy these days i really intones iran of the out urban tons yeah i love it three i know this is an impossible question but do your best what is your favorite recipe from the impatient foodie book that's not a hardwon 'cause i have sun beats we called up spaghetti sauce on basically that is puree beats with rikova next together with bans all and london's asked and parmesan on the top and i gotta tell you that i'm not even a beat person i don't really like beats but this pasta is the jam i have people raped me on instagram about it like basically almost every day now it's so good oh my gosh it is on my list to that as i am that is a good one to make okay next question you're killing it by the way uh what is your saturday morning ritual.

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