17 Burst results for "Gilbert Arizona"
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Of all time with fourteen for our teen sized apostle is how are you. I'm great. I'm happy to be here and i'm excited to talk news every week and i've got a new microphone so this one's shouldn't zonked out on me when i accidentally touch it here in. It's pretty. It's see how it's all murdered out all black where i used to have the old one like. Danny's got over there So yeah hygiene mike danny. And let's see one week from yesterday so next monday. Gonna be in gilbert arizona playing pickle ball at gilbert regional park in the evening. Yeah and anyone who was in the area who wants to stop by and get pictures and say hi or maybe get some free feel aguirre or whatever. I'll be over there so come say hi and if you need more info download the pickle play app it's free and every download helps me a little bit in that the more downloads. The better. what kind of gear or are we talking. I have some fella hats ya not. This exact one but similar pickle ball hats. I have some wrist. Bands sweatpants respense bands terry cloth sweat-bands and you throw wristbands and anti weapons. Danny say that again. Do you prefer wristbands over. Sweatpants needs to advance. I wear gloves has so much that i can't have it. Flying off of me. Like a sprinkler system. So i i have to where these were mounted by gloves. When i run i could wear the sweat bands though terry cloth wristbands swimming things those would help your hands. Get so sweaty. The sweat on my hands everything about like shoulders arms armpit. All drains out the paint. And you have to wear gloves. You would be shooting liquid everywhere. It sounds gross. Rob but very so you're like a evil of villain of like the a superpower superpower is spreading my liquid everywhere. Yeah yeah so. I could use probably two or three bed then maybe even really cool to you could fill one up with sweat and squeeze it back into your mouth or get all those electoral back and you can reuse et cetera. You can but you wouldn't want to unless you're talking like a dune style apparatus where it filters everything out and just gives you like the most perfect hydration speaking of june already use. Danny oh danny bryson perspire on this. Is danny him here to talk about june. How i've heard about the release now for so long. I no longer care about dude insane with bond. You know what. I've heard about bond and they've talked about the release. Sometimes i no longer care. James bond most recent movie. There's a new bond. there's a new james bond movie. Yeah the one that they've been teasing for a year and a half now. is there. no it's got daniel craig last stint as bond burn anyway. Yeah who cares right. It's been going on. It's been teased now.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
"Love you know like we love sports. My lifestyle has completely changed now. And i just excited for the future way breaks in child ring and just doing things. I want to do more of so happy for you. I'm so excited for both of us and everything. We've got going on because i remember beginning in january. We're essentially crying on the floor to like all right. We've decided that we're leaving We don't have jobs lined up. Were moving out of connecticut. I don't literally don't know where i'm going to live like what state i'm going to be in. You're going back home. Don't know what you're doing and we're like a remaking. A big mistake should be doing this. I was putting out in the moment. You i we've over freaking out and i specifically remember stopping in on the day that i was telling my manager my two weeks high tax saying. I don't think i wanna do this anymore. And i remember taxed year. And you're like you do. It's a fear like you do want to leave. You know like we again did the pros and cons about aging in my two weeks in higher. Remember you sending this message simeon when you did the same thing. I don't wanna you do it right now and i am our lives. Ought like me really dig it like you reach out. I'm happy with how our lives pan out sands we've done any lots Crazy thing having a year yet. I know i'm not. I'm not sure if either of us would have taken that big step without one another's support. So i don't think i would very thankful for that thankful for you. I wanna talk about arizona. 'cause i was introduced to your homeland a couple of months ago as i've been bouncing around the country now i didn't think much of arizona before i had been there. I just assumed it was desolate. Desert like so hot that you can't go outside which is true in the summer but it was beautiful. I mean the mountains are everywhere. I didn't realize it was mountainous as it was in a different kind of mountains than the ones that i've always known in the northeast of different and there's just a lot of cool towns and cities and lots of great mexican food and a bunch to do and i loved gilbert arizona. You speak so highly of arizona. And i didn't really believe it was so great until i actually went it. Is that great. He was kind of described from you. What life growing up in gilbert arizona was like gilbert has changed sound so much and you lucky you saw downtown which is my favorite part and downtown hasn't really changed like wrestling wiser kind of upscale everything but like the look in the field is so variable that yeah it was an old farming town. It was the old hey capital of the country and so you know growing up around all bunch of ford even growing up. You know i raised. Hey expert like a young. It was just such a good time and even now got. It's expanded just. I mean we have so many people i think it was like the third or fifth most growing city in the country last year But you really do still get that small town feel and everyone here is just so friendly you know. That's the biggest thing. The biggest that i miss like going into the grocery store out here with looked as some negativity opaque allstate stay starting means you know it gets a friendly gesture here you know. Even if you don't know the i'll you'll be like not. Hey how's it going and growing up with his great here While the friends lots to do as you saw there's so much to do. I think that we get like it's pieces of america like the great arts each of them and then apply arizona's new so close to everything. Juno beat the dangerous. The next mccower vegas or california and flights are super using on and i love the family. Feel you speak about arizona. I gotta know and the listeners. This podcast who are predominantly from the northeast. That don't understand the way you grew up. You gotta tell me more about this raising pigs thing and out camps. In the summer. I got no one holding. I run like four age. And also i really like future arizona. America and four h is fees smaller rogan dot. When you're not in high school so you would take your you pay and you know. Raise it you learn. What quality of food is how to make me an you know. Take care of the animals you anything else. You would go to shaw's showmanship and then there's market so schoeman said honesty train you're pregnant. I'd have to walk my bike. Fifteen twenty minutes a day to train top with this on the radio rights and then the craziest art is like learning how to shave them. It's like maybe this is why i'm in the building i don't know by you. Learn how to make their muscles gutter for the market so shaving oiling. That show how stands to be and then once they're up their way around two hundred forty pounds you take them to the state fair and you auction them off. Whoever wants to buy not all. They know that you took care of this animal. It looks good. You know you can tell you can make some good money off of that. You know like a lot of times. They offer twenty four dollars a pound but yo two hundred and forty or thirteen year old quite a money and it was such a good learning experience without responsibility and taking care of it and you know really the need process. Generally i feel like especially now like there's a lot of hate towards showing how it's done correctly. You think i can pick up chicks if i take my pig out for a walk in get yourself a mini hanging out putting on each and we'll talk more about dating and girls in a moment here but i'm going to ask you about you. Mentioned this bodybuilding. So this is something that. I've never met a bodybuilder or someone who aspires to be in a bodybuilding contest. You say it's it's quite popular where you're from and that a lot of your friends do it and that your brother does it so Accused of explains me. Why you wanted to get into this. And i know it's been a long process years in the making the pandemic complicated things your moves across the country at complicated things. What does this journey been like. Where are you onset. Journey on my talk about this relate into just being gymnast. I would lift the law in going to the gym on my brother growing up i would list ally and the older i got the more i noticed that I was lifting all acquired a bit. More than the other females actually quite recently as about two weeks the whole I have pc os which is I would say andrea researched disease that you don't really know about yet but what it does is actually have super high level of testosterone body in this whole time of morning left a lot more like my stature is really good for a.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Hey, guys, What's your net worth? Hello, Dave will about just a little of a million. Good for you and break that down for me. Uh, we've got about $770,000 in retirement, huh? About 30,000 in cash, cash type accounts like checking and money markets and such. Um, we've got a home worth about 300,000. But we all 48 on it, huh? Um Miss anything. Good deal. How old are you guys? I'm 58 on and I'm 49. All right. Very good. There we go. And how much of this $700 million that you guys inherit. Not a bit zero how long y'all been married? 25. All right. There we go. And so what was your best year of working income and your worst year household income? Household income is 1 60. This is looking to be our best year so far, ever And what was your worst year? You probably want to get married. It was about 60 about 60. What do you guys do for a living? I am a neonatal intensive care nurse Dick and I'm a retired and C state trooper and work part time and I'll church. Not sure if you guys get your degrees obviously. Yes. Okay. Do you remember what you get your degrees in? Have a B s in, okay? And what Yeah. Yeah, And I have a B s in music business. Doctor, Do you remember GPS 3.1 for me if I'm okay. And I think I was 3.5. Alright, So you beat him you before you all do any giving us a family? You. Absolutely do you? You say that with fervor you give. What do you do? Uh, Biggest giving is tithing to church. But we also give to Nonprofit nonprofits to benefit the poor and needy and the food bank and, um Okay, missionaries, a nurse in a state trooper for 25 years, you've got a million dollar net worth. You didn't inherit any of it. Um, what's your advice to somebody out there Listening because, you know, a lot of people think you ought to be a doctor, a lawyer, NFL star or something. You guys were working to really good careers, but nothing particularly fancy about it. And yet you're millionaires. What's your advice to the younger, younger ones? Listening? Also me is it would be to just start start early and stay consistent with Listen to your husband. Oh, great spirit e like to spend, But eh, So he reigns me in. That's how we balance each other out, and I tried to make him have fun. Good brown. That's right. You gotta have a balanced until you're working As a team. You see the stuff you could accomplish labor catch said if two people just like, get married one of these unnecessary so you need each other. Well done. You guys. Thanks for sharing your story with us. Seriously blessed Nick is what This. Nick is in Gilbert, Arizona. Hi, Nick. What's your net worth? I gave it is between 1.5 and 1.6 Million. Good for you and give me a breakdown on that. I got a million dollars in fiery and rock mostly array. A paper for 404 $100,000 house, but $100,000 in savings, checking an emergency funds. Uh, somewhere between 50 and $75,000 with the cars and stuff. Got your great How old are you? If he said, good for you cool. And what do you do for a living? Um, I have worked in aviation management of retail management right now in the slums detection, Okay, Very cool. And how much of this million don't mean and a half dollars did you inherit None of it zero. And what's your range of household income in your working life? Time? Your best year and your worst Your household income. Last year. Everyone's 1 16. My lowest is probably right now I make about 36,000. Did you say 60 year 1 60? 1 60. Okay, Okay. And do you work with an investment professional at all? Dial a financial planner. Good. Good, Good, good. And did you get your degree? No, I don't know what you're dreaming. Okay? Do you remember your high school G p a Uh, no. Probably e. I got business to remember the mental society. Get everyone to tell it, Okay. All right. And do you do any giving right now? Yeah. My wife and I get regularly. George Church. Good for you. Drastic. What advice? Do you have the younger generation if they wanna be you when they grow up Um, probably just always be saving and investment Vice. I got when I was young was from a few actually retire and they're really encouraged me to put into my 401 K and it just always saved and never had that. S o. If you if you just don't borrow from yourself and always be saving all I was a millionaire till I turn 60 and got a financial planner, and we kind of scraped all of my my old Over one case together and realized there was a lot more money there than I thought. Because I just always been saving 15% of my income and tell you to go, Nick. Great treasure living very well. Seriously. All right networks today 1.511 Point 71 point to one and 1.5, none of them. Became millionaires because of inherited my not one. Not at all. Um, none of them over 60 on Lee a couple of them over 50. That's right. 39 39 to 41 49 58 49 56. Uh, no 4.2 GPS so you don't have to be brilliant, but you got to be bright. That's right. It can't be done. No, no, but But, Dave, you look at this various career fields, individuals that all said that they were either self taught. On nobody spoon fed. There were no silver spoons here. These were all people that had had worked hard and made a decision and intentional And I think this is important for your listeners, libraries and engineer supply chain. My folks, always police officer nurses. It's all work, attacked his development. What you have to do is decide that you're going to chase down your dream and I don't care where you sit. And I know this year has been a crazy year, but you still get to decide. And over the next three weeks. The decisions you make financially can set you up to make 2021 1 of the best years you've ever had. But you need to decide and you need to stick to a plan. I'm sure lately. So If you haven't heard the study we did was 10 foul over 10,000 millionaires is the largest study of millionaires ever done. My friend Tom Stanley studied 750 million years when he did the book, The Millionaire next door Back in 1992. His daughter, Sarah continues that research and if you want some other research to read, it's excellent research. They both were researchers by trade academics and they do a great job. He always got criticism because people said seven and 50 wasn't a large enough sample size. I know enough about statistics to know that it is a statistically significant sample size, it is it was accurate. As a matter of fact, the lot of conclusions that he came to were the same ones that this study revealed. So we decided to do 10 X of what he did 7500. People. Just to shut up the left wing nut job, And then we got carried away into the new 7500. We went ended over 10,000. So this you know, If you don't agree with the conclusions of this study, you're what's known is wrong..
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Gilbert, Arizona. VOCs. Members of the Trump campaign continue to flood into Arizona with Donald Trump Jr headlining a student's for Trump Rally in Chandler. This morning Air is Jim Crosses live with the details. Jamie. This was that comes after trips last week in Arizona from the president has daughter of AKA Vice president Mike Pence. Second lady Karen. Meanwhile, Democrat Joe Biden has yet to visit the states that could determine the presidential race. Valley political expert Emily Ryan is with copper stake consoling, he said. He's coming to Arizona, the Biden Harris campaign. They're going to have to make an effort to get here and I understand he's handling the pandemic differently now. Joe Biden's wife, Joe Biden, will join a virtual errors on a student Veterans Roundtable. Tomorrow Live in Phoenix trip across today is National Voter Registration Day and what better way to celebrate than by registering to vote? Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says she'll be celebrating by were actually participating in several different events, primarily with students, she says today is a great reminder that indeed you do have to be registered to vote to participate in the election and just to create awareness of what that The deadline is the deadline to register in Arizona is October 5th. Early voting starts October 7th. You can check your registration and get a voting plan at Arizona dot vote Taylor Kenna Rub Our news. Yes, There are a lot of political signs around the valley, but it's a crime to mess with them. Arizona law says that if any political science are removed, intentionally damaged or defaced, the defendant is looking at a $750 fine per sign. Legal expert Monica Lindstrom says the penalties also included a form Months in jail since it's a class two misdemeanor. Several police departments across the valley, including Goodyear, Mason, Tempe, tell Katie are but over the past few weeks, they've had several reports of campaign signs being stolen or vandalized. The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is reshaping the race for the White House with 42 days before the election. President Trump says he plans to name his nominee for against Burch replacement by the end of the week, insisting last night that he welcomes the Democrats threat of a second impeachment to stall the confirmation. Oh, they want to impeach me again if I nominate.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on 710 WOR
"His family from Gilbert Arizona to tell Corey story that led him to Fisher houses in Landstuhl Germany but does the Maryland and Tampa Florida after final deployment in Afghanistan so this is great rooms per Cory's dad so Corey no the Rangers have a high tempo rate of deployments and Cory was on his tenth deployment with the first battalion Rangers and on that specific deployment they they're out looking for bad guys and they they work at night and when they they have an opportunity to to locate somebody they send the email and on this particular mission there was a a high value target they were looking for and they they went into the area unfortunately that individual that away but they did find bad guys and it took care of them and Cory was given an assignment that he had done many many times and that was to secure a landfill and to be the helicopters backs all the all the soldiers all the Rangers will go back to the base in route to that area that he was considered there was a plan to I. E. D. and it exploded killed one of the Rangers instantly for you is to is to his left and Cory took a five fragments to his head other individuals were seriously injured and then when Corey was packaged in moved throughout the whole triage process we through.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on KTOK
"His family from Gilbert Arizona to tell Corey story that led him to Fisher houses in Landstuhl Germany but does the Maryland and Tampa Florida after final deployment in Afghanistan so this is Craig Remsburg Cory's dad so Corey no the Rangers have a high tempo rate of deployments and Cory was on his tenth deployment with the first battalion Rangers and on that specific deployment they they're out looking for bad guys and they work at night and when they they have an opportunity to to locate somebody they send the team out and on this particular mission there was a a high value target they were looking for and they they went into the area unfortunately that individual got away but they did find bad guys and it took care of them and Cory was given an assignment that he had done many many times and that was to secure a landfill and we the helicopters backs all the orders so with all the Rangers will go back to the base in route to that area that he was going to secure there was a plan to I. E. D. and it exploded it killed one of the Rangers instantly Cory was to was to his left and Cory took a five fragments to his head other individuals were seriously injured and then when Corey was packaged in moved throughout the whole triage process we.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on KTOK
"His family from Gilbert Arizona to tell Corey story that led him to Fisher houses in Landstuhl Germany but does the Maryland and Tampa Florida after final deployment in Afghanistan so this is Craig Remsburg Cory's dad so Corey no the Rangers have a high tempo rate of deployments and Cory was on his tenth deployment with the first battalion Rangers and on that specific deployment they they're out looking for bad guys and they work at night and when they they have an opportunity to to locate somebody they send the email and on this particular mission there was a a high value target they were looking for and they they went into the area unfortunately that individual got away but they did find bad guys and it took care of them and Cory was given an assignment that he had done many many times and that was to secure a landfill and to be the helicopters backs all the all the soldiers all the Rangers will go back to the base in route to that area that he was going to secure there was a plan to I. E. D. and it exploded it killed one of the Rangers instantly Cory was to was to his left and Cory took a from fragments to his head other individuals were seriously injured and then when Corey was packaged in moved throughout the whole triage process we.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Choir of men they miss it they must be about thirty forty little kids out there doing a nice job with the star spangled banner thank you moon arena J. Richard get you ready for Air Force women's basketball tonight we got a pretty good crowd on hand it's break out the pink night and the falcons will be clad in pink uniforms for this game tonight against Fresno state Bulldogs high flyin regular season champs this year in the mountain west conference they are eat in conference play fifteen you know thirteen game winning streak the last time they lost the game December twenty first at Santa Clara my score of ninety two sixty six they will go with the starting line up tonight that has the twins in the back court both Donna Gilbert Arizona Hannah Cavender five six freshman averaging sixteen points three rebounds and four assists per game the other twin guard is Haley Cavender five six freshman Gilbert Arizona averaging sixteen points eight rebounds and four assists per game third guard in the offences Ellie garments five six junior point guard out of Irving Texas eleven points five rebounds per game shooting forty four percent from the field seventy six percent from the free throw line in the forecourt it'll be many UT maybe the best player in the mountain west conference five eleven junior at a seaside Oregon sixteen points and nine rebounds a game he's nearly averaging a double double she shoots fifty two percent from the field twenty six percent from three point land and seventy seven percent free.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"His family from Gilbert Arizona to tell Corey story that led him to Fisher houses in Landstuhl Germany Bethesda Maryland and Tampa Florida after final deployment in Afghanistan so this is Greg grams per Cory's dead so Corey no the Rangers have a high temple rate of deployments and Cory was on his tenth deployment with the first battalion Rangers and on that specific deployment they they were out looking for bad guys and they work at night and when they they have an opportunity to to locate somebody they send the team out and on this particular mission there was a a high value target they were looking for and they they went into the area unfortunately that individual got away but they did find bad guys and that took care of them and Cory was given an assignment that he had done many many times and that was to secure a landfill and to be the helicopters backs all the orders so all the Rangers would go back to the base in route to that area that he was one secure there was a planted I ET and it exploded it'd killed one of the Rangers instantly Cory was too is to his left and Corey took a fragments to his head other individuals were seriously injured and then when Cory was packaged and moved throughout the whole triage process we through.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And drive up the value of that long and here in the Baltimore area we have people who are not looking forward to the winter they're looking to get away to places like Arizona Florida California where the weather is not say severe as our winters and at the time they're thinking Hey you know that might not maybe it might not be a bad place to live again perfect time to put their house on the market perfect time when they're on vacation to be looking at homes and I've seen many people and so have you on vacation go around looking at real estate and fall in love and so you their vacation and their vacation and let you know where in Gilbert Arizona you know what it might be nice to live here let's go look at some real estate so and I think yeah people when they change jobs when they change schools when they graduate when there's a life change when they have a baby when when they take a new position and their move all year round people are looking to buy and to sell properties and it's in those of us who are working at this time of the year who really appreciate that I think part of the myth that the that the market is slow around the holidays as I think some of us don't want to work at this time of the year so make sure that you know the reason that that you are going to buy that you're gonna say now and make sure you find somebody who's available to help you at that time Brian we are thanking you for for calling and wishing you the main areas of holidays and happy new year and thanks again for listening.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Gilbert Arizona to tell Corey story that led him to Fisher houses in Landstuhl Germany Bethesda Maryland and Tampa Florida after final deployment in Afghanistan so this is great rooms were Cory's dead so Corey no the Rangers have a high temple rate of deployments and Cory was on his tenth deployment with the first battalion Rangers and on that seven deployment they they were out looking for bad guys and they work at night and when they they have an opportunity to to locate somebody they send the email and on this particular mission there was a a high value target they were looking for and they they went into the area unfortunately that individual that away but they did find bad guys and that took care of them and Cory was given an assignment that he had done many many times and that was to secure a landfill and to be the helicopters backs all the orders so with all the Rangers would go back to the base in route to that area that he was with secure there was a plan to I ET and it exploded it killed one of the Rangers instantly Cory was too is to his left and Corey took a fragments to his head other individuals were seriously injured and then when Cory was packaged and moved throughout the whole triage process we.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS
"Then I moved with my mountain bike in the back of the truck doc. I had my guitar. I had one box with one dish plate. One four one nine point come on pots. Hot my clothes and I think I brought a little. I think it was a Sega. Genesis video game system in a thirteen inch. TV Nets it. No furniture pitcher. I rented an apartment in Albuquerque sat on the floor eight sitting in front of the TV on top of a cardboard box. And I lift like that for three or four months and I got to tell you at the time it was probably the most purifying that That I could go through. It just stripped down. All the other distractions of life and went to work during the day came home and rode my bike or played guitar. And I just existed but in Albuquerque. Even to this day there's areas Kind of along route. Sixty six old route sixty six that are called the warzone. They're not the best areas of town and and that was my territory my sales territory. It was the worst territory in town but the new guy. And that's what I got and I used to walk around there because I just so angry and it had a chip on my shoulder about what happened to my son that I I walk around and anybody stared at me for a second too long. I've mouth off to them. You know what was their problem. They'd be you know I would I would look to cause trouble I was just I was not a a good person and I was not a nice person and that was not a person that I am proud of and I can look back and say well. Hey you're referring in justify it but it just wasn't wasn't who I wanted to be and It started to shift for me After a couple of years year and a half an albuquerque because the company I worked for hired a guy the Steve Chandler and Steve Chandler is an author author and corporate coach Business coach from Arizona think actually lives in Oak Gilbert Arizona Not Chandler and A Steve came and talk to our company had a meeting. They rented a little of all downtown in Albuquerque. And here's this odor facial speaker and I remember at the time going in with my other sales buddies and sitting there looking down the end of my nose at this guy that Kinda had a rumpled shirt honors hair wasn't combed all that well. It seemed like he was in great shape and I thought this is the motivational speaker. Like this guy that's going to count the at a at a live my life and I sat there for the next four hours and it was as if someone came down down and and whisked whoever the old me was and put somebody new in its place I remember you. Sitting there talking about the difference. The owner and victim mindset. He had worked as a civilian contractor for the army and his studied psychological warfare and they found out out that that there were essentially two mindsets of human beings regardless of where they are owners and victims owners that take ownership of their life and their choices and their mistakes mistakes and their successes in the shape and craft the life. They want victims. Who allow things to happen to them and then always look for reasons or people reasons situations that cause that they take no responsibility for anything up until that time in my life that would have been nineteen ninety ninety s thirty four years old? I was the victim every single day of my life at eight again as as much as the doctor. You know kind of telling me my son was dying as much as event moment you realize that this is going to change forever. That's exactly the feeling I bad as we sat there and listened to this guy and I wish I could tell you today that we're that it was an instinct. Thinks seems like there was some lightning bolt. All of a sudden walked out of there is a better person put. It wasn't but it was the spark. It was the catalyst between for me. It was the realization that I wanted to be a better person. I wanted to take more control over my life. I wanted to enjoy my life. I didn't want to be unhappy. And they WANNA look at other people and I wonder why they were doing things to me and over the course of the next couple of years I really did make that transformation in mind body console and That message -tations my life and a number of ways in his. You know followed me through my career. Eric my personal life.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"To the phones we go with Terry in Gilbert. Arizona. Hi there Terry. How you doing good? What's going on? A question about looking for airfare. Sure. Every time I go online to look for air fare else. I'll search like four or five different airlines that I'm interested in. And then I go back to the one that. A good price. And where I wanted to go click on it. And all of a sudden, it's thirty dollars more than it was fifteen minutes ago. Yeah. Welcome to the world of buying airfare online. Right. Okay. Okay. Wait, a minute is gone up that much. Well, you know, there are some theories like, for example, some people believe that if you actually use your browsers incognito or private mode. Then it doesn't keep track of all the cookies and everywhere that you've been in your the doesn't really know that you searched websites before looking for an airfare between say Phoenix. And Chicago that you might get a better rate k and there are other forces eight, you know, what if the websites? No, the airlines know that they're being competitive, then you'll get a better rate. Right. So you're like, okay. What am I supposed to do? We just did our digital life. Heck's tip in there? I talked about Google flights and Google flights has the great thing to show, you if in fact, you are getting a good deal or you're getting an average deer or not a deal at all by looking at the historical chart of prices for this particular airline. I can tell you. It's it's very frustrating as hard to guess, whether you are or your aren't getting the best deal. But you can give it a shot. You can wipe out your cookies, you can try incognito or private mode. But I think the best advice, I can give you is that you get whatever price that you're getting keep that tab open wherever it may be opened up another browser or another tab. See what the price is on Google flights. And then you compare it. Thank you so much for your call coming right back when his five G not really five G here on the Kim commando.
"gilbert arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"Congratulations. Gilbert, arizona. They're kind in Gilbert's there so kind they're actually going to name their town. Miss USA. Yeah. All right. So we said that's for a week. The official nickname will be kindness USA and the post office, the US PS has been approved for residents to use kindness. Arizona as their mailing address. Why are they doing this? Some guy had had an idea. Okay, and paying it forward. Okay. So this guy runs a marketing agency and says, you know, what let's let's let's let's change your name and see if we push out to people all over the world that kindness USA is right here in Gilbert. Arizona. Okay. All right. So the opposite. Right. We want the opposite. Here have been treated like dirt and Gilbert. Yeah. Just absolutely rue Gilbert. Yeah. Maybe you were treated route. Or maybe you were rude in Gilbert. I was rooting Gilbert. I would like to hear the story, but I'd like to hear some phone calls. I Steve you are in Gilbert. What happened to you? Steve. Hey, guys. I I would love it. If it was just called the city of Gilbert town of Gilbert, that'd be good. If you could start out so back during a serial shooter spree. I live in a pretty quiet part of Gilbert. I decided to go out for a late night bike ride going in the bike lane that I could sense the car coming up behind me. And I looked over at the car just as it was passing something pointing out the window toward me, which gave me a heart attack, right then. But then it turned out to be an airport or they blew the Erhard right at that point. Oh, yes. About drop me off the bike. All my gosh. Yeah. Did they also finger? Well, no that was my job. I he was treated like dirt. And then he treated them like dirt in Gilbert way to go Steve way to go. Steve. That's awesome. Andy urine. Gilbert, what happened to you? Andy. Hi, guys. My mom about thirty some odd years ago in Iowa bound eight concrete model of a duck, and she had this thing for ages. Well, after we moved out here, she had it sitting on the front patio, and she has dresses for the ducks every holiday she would dress it up like thanksgiving. It was her thing. She loved doing it one night some jerk stole the concrete duck from our patio. That's the worst thing ever. Terrible. She was literally devastated. She was looking all over for my I was trying to find beginner a defined a concrete one two surprise or what can't find him anywhere? And she was it was terrible. And I wish I knew where that duck was. I'd go fight it with a stick and try to find it. What how how big is a concrete? I'm thinking that thing is terribly heavy. It was probably about eighty two hundred pounds. I think good about two feet at three feet tall. It was a good. That's not a duck. Could have been a goose. I thought it was a duck. But. The dumbest thing you could steal steal of bike. Take our TV a concrete goose. Oh, jeez. Oh my gosh. I that is not what I was thinking. You were saying I was thinking this little duck. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. The patio. Right. And it was the size of somebody's hand. You could maybe put a small flower pot in the back. You know, it was a eighty to one hundred pound goose duck waiver. That's that's pretty big soak. Gilbert is officially being renamed kindness. USA for one week. So have you ever been to Gilbert the downtown? They were the downtown area. Okay. A lot of new restaurant. I love Gilbert. Yeah. A lot of new restaurants. They've got a lot of great amenities there. Right. Okay. So I'm on main street is are you do you have your own story of being triage dirt in Gilbert kindness? USA? Yes. And then I treated somebody like go the salaries yours. So I I'm in downtown getting ready to park, I'm gonna turn on a side street and park down. And there's a number of restaurants, my wife, and I already get barbecue. So I am trying to pull pull into and this woman pulls right in front of me. Okay. Right in front of me. What were you pulling into the side street, but I guess like the light had changed and like she had waited until it turned green on the other side. Like three seconds thinking, oh, I can still go. It's like, no lady, you missed your chance, you, Mr.. So she gets on her horn and gives me the firm. So yeah, I get on my horn good. And then follow her into the parking lot. You followed her in the parking lot in my life said go, what are you doing? I'm going to give her a piece of my mind. Well, you go I pull up behind her got a handicap license plate. I can't. I can't. I can't. I mean, she she started. It did you ripper she now she had a handicap plate. I didn't know she started it though with a chance. So I back so much jerks. And Gilbert, you honked a handicapped woman, she started it should have thrown my concrete goose sadder. Yeah. So Gilbert, Arizona. Kindness. USA for one week. It's a.
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"Keystone the numbers one hundred seven six seven fifteen fifty nine so. I want to start here continuing on this conversation about New Year's. But the reality is New Year's resolutions and goals that we make this time of year are very rarely kept. I don't want to be starting to show and starting this new year with just a depressing segment, but let's be real with each other here. That's my goal. Always is to be transparent just be open with you. We mostly stink at maintaining our long-term goals. We really do. I just saw study that said seven percent of all New Year's resolutions will be kept by December thirty first, and it's really interesting because we start out with these pure intentions, like it's not that we don't desire to do a great job or to accomplish this thing in our lives. I mean, we really do genuinely want to do better or make progress. But unfortunately, we just fall short so often and on that note, the two most common New Year's resolution categories are health, fitness and health in money finances. And obviously this is a show about. Your money. So I'm going to focus on that today. And also share with you some practical ways that I think you can increase your likelihood of actually accomplishing your goals. I think there are some really practical things that we all can do here in January to create a structure that will propel us I should say to reach our goals. But let's start with that health goal on January. First I was at lifetime fitness here. And Gilbert Arizona, and I took all four of our boys. Zia our four year old girl had her tonsils removed. So she wasn't able as she is recovering to go to the kids academy at the gym. So my wife Britney stayed home with Zia. So I took all four of our boys Becker seventeen year olds share or fifteen year old crews are seven year old and Jud our two year old and Jud and crews are seven and a two year old I'm holding their hands and were standing in line at the kids academy to check them in when we get to the gym and the kids academy at lifetimes, really cool. They do all these games and activities and sports club. And they actually really enjoy it, and they're active and they get a chance. To play. But I wanna make a note of something I told you I was standing in line waiting to check them in. Now. This is not common at all. And so cruise are seven-year-old looks up at me. And he says dad, why is it so crowded? This is crazy because it was chaos. I mean, you couldn't get in the door. It was just it was nuts and Jude our two year old who repeats everything crews says look something that crazy crazy dad, and I kind of chuckle, and I said well cruise, you know, it's January I just wait until March and we'll just walk right in again. And isn't that true? Our Jim had half the parking lot shutdown everybody at the gym that works. There was wearing these commitment to nineteen shirts. They did a five K. That's why part of the parking lot was shut down because they had this five k race. They were giving people metals they were writing on their goals, the local Phoenix FOX affiliate was here. A newscaster was at the gym interviewing people about their New Year's resolutions and their health goals, and and everybody's pumped up and you got to wait twenty minutes to get a protein shake in the cafe. And it was just I mean, everybody's fired up and their attentions are great. And by the way, before you think to yourself who man John. I mean, she seemed kind of pompous and high and mighty about your fitness. No, no. I don't have an eight-pack. I wish I did. I'm not in the best shape of my life. And I sometimes on the person in March who's not going consistently either. So I'm self aware enough to know that I struggle with this as much as everyone else, but what happens between January and March. What happens in our lives were suddenly these real important priorities in our lives. Just aren't getting done. Right. I mean, well, let me start with what it's not. It's not because we failed to have the intellectual capabilities of figuring out what we need to do to be in shape. If we want to be in better shape in two thousand and nineteen. It's not hard eat less move more. I mean, no one has ever not been in tiptop shape and said, you know, I would be, but I just haven't discovered what I need to do said, no one ever what happens is we're on our way home, and we don't want to cook. And we pull off to the McDonalds to grab a number one because it's just easier. And I only do it. This one time we've all done it. And so the truth that I've learned related to not just our money or our fitness. But really every area of our lives is if we want to be more likely to accomplish our goals, it's not going to be done by our individual ability to stay maximum disciplined for thirty years of our lives. We're gonna focus and dial in on what can we be doing related to our financial plans in the midst of volatility in. In the midst of trade wars and government shutdown. John I want to retire. I need more income. I need income to last. I mean, do you have too much risk? Look at this volatility. Is this crazy look in the fourth quarter of two thousand eighteen what do I do? That's what we're gonna be talking about on today's show. And so if you have listened to the show for years, or maybe this is your first time ever hearing me I wanna make you the offer the opportunity to start two thousand nineteen by taking action. You know, we are a group of reformed brokers here at keystone wealth partners that left banks broker dealers insurance companies to start an independent registered investment advisory firm to work directly with you to remove the conflicts of interest to remove the bloated fees of middlemen. So that you could go to an expert and get advice that you knew was in your best interests. That's the structure that we've created here at keystone. We all took a whole lot less money to do it that way, but we believed in it. And that's why this show and are. Educational events all around town and the podcast the analysts do our podcast podcast called rethink your money. Ten to fifteen minutes a week out on I tunes. That's why we do what we do..