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How to Create Legendary Content When Youre Short on Time
"I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how to create legendary content when you're short on time. So this is something I've been thinking about for a while if you're busy, let's say you're a busy founder you're just starting up right now everyone's talking about Oh, my God you know. We're talking got to create content. You have people like Gary Con content's but how do you have time for contents redoing all these different things? Right you have other operational things to worry about. So I can kind of go over my process first and then this is what I've been thinking about recently, and then we can kind of go back and forth so. For me recently, I just kind of had this epiphany man. There's some leverage that's built maybe I should take advantage of that leverage and then right more. So you see a lot of people for me I look at the people that follow on twitter. It's a lot of entrepreneurs. It's a lot of investors as well, and their twitter game is just really strong and I'm like men I haven't blog for awhile talk into neo about this. I've been blog for a while but when I wrote my first blog post in about three or four years last week I felt really energized by I. Miss that feeling but I don't always have time to do that. But what I can do capture my thoughts in a tweet so if you're short on time. Start with a tweet I, 'cause years writing these tweets and if you WANNA come back to later to write legendary content, the tweet is the foundational piece that is your little sprout content, and then you can decide where you want to take that piece. Later because I have a couple tweets that I saved up after this recording, the reason I have my hair done. The reason why I'm actually dressed up time is I feel so motivated because of those tweets and let go make some legendary content go on Youtube. So Neil, what are your thoughts? So I liked that I have a simple process to create good content and a short period of time and I've been using it for years. So, there's really two steps in the first is finding the idea i. just go to all my competitors websites and most of them have solar sharing buttons on there and comment counts and some have up votes in down votes and I looked to see what's hot in my space because that'll give me ideas. All right. Once you have idea you don't WanNa Copier Competition. But if you know topic like on Seo or link building as you can create your own version of it, that's better more thorough. That's on a different viewpoint than there right again, you don't WanNa copy them. You WanNa do something that's better and then I just get into writing and the way I write is very simple. Headline I tried to vote curiosity or use a how to or lists based title than outlined I. Write the introductory paragraph with a Hook, right state some questions in their Hook Gum, and then for example, if I'm writing an article on Yoga be like. What would it be cool to do yoga like a advance Yogi? You know of course, it would. Who really has a patient's practice yoga for ten years? Why can't I learned the moves and get them done right now? Well, you know what I figured out a way one hundred and one ways to advance yoga as a Newbie and keep in mind I don't do yoga. So I have no clue what a Yogi any of that is Linda yogis postal teaches yoga. So my context is probably off but that. Should give you idea of how I hope people than I outlined my body. I list the main subheadings of all the sections that I want to cover, and then I'll put a sentence or two underneath each one. Then all right to conclusion and the conclusions that summarizes everything and then I end the conclusion with question that encourages more comments and then I go back in I fill up the middle I'll reread it. But that stuff on where pressure put my content up on wordpress are uploaded to your cms have editor some review it make sure you had your pictures from your stock targeted decided schedule it and boom. You're good to go like that. Literally is my process sometimes on writing and unsure some things all Google for the answer and then all linked to it within my article I'm deciding my sources but that really is my process. Cool. That's great process. I think by the way just because you know we're talking about tech space content on this podcast it doesn't necessarily mean you have to do text based right when we talk about legendary content, it could be at it could be a facebook ad it could be a youtube video it could be a podcast, right but neil touch on something it is. If you guys have in Glengarry Glen Ross, you have to watch that. Ad Section where he talks a idea just go find that one but this silly? Tent Patel So. A idea right. A is awareness interest D is decision as action right? The Hook that Neil is talking about you want to get them immediately. Right you want to dress Oh, while that's awareness right there right and then you want to get them interested right. Then in some cases when you're any educational content, you might not try to get them to make a decision maybe you wanted to opt into a your e book or get onto your mailing lists and then they can you know given decision there maybe to take an action, right but. Point here is human beings are still the same. You gotTa Hook, them, somehow, keep them interested because people's attention is so all over the place right and then the framework that Neil gave you or the one. I gave you a little earlier on how to start creating legendary content. Everyone has different processes but I think the foundational piece again is thinking about, okay. How do I get their attention first and how do I bring them all the way taking
"glengarry glen" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From the movie Glengarry Glen Ross. You never open your mouth till you know what the shot is. When you don't know the shot. It's not like you don't want another shot. Bob does another shot, but he's trying in Saint is a custom here. Take care of a customer. Hey said, Go get then. So I wouldn't I was supposed to know what he's thinking. It's hard. You get bullied. You get pushed around. But if you let it go, move on. It's a tough job for everybody. I told you that, you know you gotta be thick skin to be able to take a lot of horrible lot. These well now we gave it to the other guy, okay? So there actually is a place in town and country where they keep score who has sold what isn't Freddie's office general manager's office. It's a whiteboard with each person sales for the month. Today, every car truck that they've sold is represented by a little magnetic rectangle. That's roughly the size of a nine volt battery. Nobody calls these chips and the different colors of the chips stand for different models of cars and trucks. And they're at the day says Men come and they hover around the whiteboard. Seeing everybody stands and generally everybody is shooting for at least 15 sales a month at 15 taels your Commission for the next month jobs from 20% 30%. Midlevel salesman here in town and country make around $60,000 a year top performers of 100,000 most of that is commissions and bonuses. Number one salesman in town and country is always the same. Someone's he has twice as many sales as whoever's in second place. I've been doing this 28 years. This guy's like one of the best I've ever seen. All the better in sales, guys, a town country say these things about this guy. It also happens to be the youngest salesman of dealership 28 Jason reported. Cole followed him around. Jason stands out from everybody else on the sales floor in pretty much every way. He's taller than everybody else and way more focused on his appearance. Always a full suit and tie. Double Windsor Knot jelled hair. He's handsome. And he isn't just the bestseller at town and country. He's one of the best sellers of jeeps, Chrysler's dodges and rams in America, So I'm going to go on my going to go on my my log in you. And then boom. He showed me this internal Chrysler Company website that ranks all the sales people talking. Thousands of people see this national normal. There is 29,000 sales people. In the whole entire country, and you were on one away 108 out of 29,000. When I met him in the last weekend of October. He had already outsold everybody for the month, including a guy who's been doing this since Jason was a toddler, But he says he's not competing with the others..
"glengarry glen" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The M. so Kevin Spacey is back at it when an amazing talent just incredible of the house of cards was was fantastic the movies he did the in the usual suspects my gosh should Glengarry Glen Ross with all of those other heavy weight saving you you more than held his own but if you believe the allegations of a lot of folks he's been groping his way through the last decade and of course there was a guy in Massachusetts who made allegations are were on their way to trial space you could have wound up in prison for years but what the guy kind of imploded lots of problems with this case and prosecutors just dropped recall this is the guy that supposedly was a busboy in a barn these off duty at midnight and Kevin chats him up next thing you know Kevin's groping and where he should be groping him and the guy is live broadcasting texting what's happening to his girlfriend O. M. G. it's Kevin Spacey is groping me and she is texting back you know Hey now make sure you behave yourself so that kind of went away in the middle of that case Kevin Spacey posted a very weird video of himself at the thanksgiving Turkey carving up the Turkey doing as Frank Underwood impression and everybody thought that's odd his lawyers must of had their head exploding when they heard that well he's back now there's a brand new Kevin Spacey video he's in front of his fireplace let's take a listen.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on The All New Dennis Miller Option
"You know, a female for sure Glengarry Glen close. Now that I think there's a good joke. I put some seed money into an off Broadway play of twelve angry men with all Butch women. So I got a little taste, and we'll see what. I just heard that Cindy, Lauper and Firestone. Just wrote a another musical because they had such a big hit. And this one's about that. Great saxophonist, it's called kinky boots Randolph. And his yes, he's I actually is the dig boots Randolph aids. As ago, we're talking to the great Paul Stanley. She's got a new book backstage pass he's on Instagram at Paul Stanley live. He's talking about forty four dates into the kiss end of the road toward it sounds like they knocked them out close to one tonight. Is it open ended for the time being power d actually have an annual daytime? And where I think it's it's going to run another two years. I'd say because we're doing the whole world. And and what we're finding is is that although we've committed to one or two arenas. Let's say for city we've actually found ourselves going back. So it's it's it's not to be to be looked at dubiously truly. It is the end of the road. But we want to celebrate nightly with as many people as we can. So it's going on for quite a while. Well, listen, I know I've got tickets tonight to see the vagina monologues with Eysenck, Peter. I know. They're busy tonight. But who who who was replaced him on this tour? Well, actually, Eric who's our drummer has been with us going twenty five year. You know, it's always interesting. It's like Ronnie Wood's the new guy in the stones, you know, so and Tommy's been with us on guitar for. I think seventeen seventeen years so I can get thrown off sometime because of the, you know, the makeup you don't quite know who's in there. It's like that mystery singer show where I'll be watching it and I'll be thinking that's Todd bridges from different strokes. And it turns out it was, you know. When those judges on that show go I think, it's Madonna and I'm going. On this crap show. That's. Sooner sixties, I think that's Barack Obama. And I think you're on blue. That's gotta be the Lindbergh baby. No, no, the Lindbergh babies missing. Now, you painting. I remember when I was talking to W Bush, and he told me was doing painting, and he founded quite cathartic, obviously, Tony Curtis turned into a an amazing painter. I know Martin malls. And amazing painter. Do you? Find it therapeutic view the painting. Originally started because I needed another outlet. And I I've always tried to define myself, by whatever creative endeavors, I take on. And painting was something I did really solitaire early and for myself and people would come over and see some of the pieces and owned behold, I got talked into doing a show at one point. And I sold quite a few pieces. And at this point, I was told I've sold over ten million dollars. So I will never be if being a starving artist is what makes you credible..
"glengarry glen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The movie Glengarry Glen Ross. Remember that movie Glengarry Glen Ross lose up there. Remember that movie? Natalie Glengarry Glen Ross with Kevin Spacey. And Alec Baldwin. Right. And Alan Alda was Allen Alden. No, no, Jack Lemmon, you know, this movie. Joe, no, how do you not know Glengarry Glen raw? It's the one of the great David Mamat movies. They're all real estate shark selling fake real estate in Florida. It's a real rough and tumble. It was faint famous lines. Alec Baldwin comes on. He has a steam scene stealing moment and Kevin Spacey's evil head of the the office. They're selling the real estate and Jack Lemmon is the old broken down real estate guy trying to do one more deal. So he doesn't lose his job. You remember this? Now, it's not coming back. But I understand this and Natalie that's what he has this grabby Natalie. They just announced on Broadway. They're going to do a revival of Glengarry Glen Ross because it was a player. It's yes. Exactly. But it's going to be an all female Glengarry Glen Ross, another gender bender gender bender Glengarry Glen Ross awesome. A whole bunch of nasty ladies go. You think that could work get the real real putting that Bernadette Peters? Why Helio hair with her? But there's so many women who could play a good evil role. Yeah. That's true nasty role. You okay. You could actually see you in Glengarry Glen Ross. Absolutely. You could be the Kevin Spacey part? You can do it. Okay. Natalie cannot be mean. See now don't talk to him about that. She cannot be mean she cannot be mean she's not worked with her for many years. I have never seen her be mean stern. She could be stern stern. She's not mean, she's not mean. Oh, thanks for the compliment. Thank you. Yeah. No, she's she she can be stern. Well, look what she's working with. She can be exasperated. So can you you guys resisting? What he might try to keep it these atmosphere liked and Chipper everyone. Go home on Fridays, and I need to drink. I have to tell you Joe. What's so special about Friday? Go home with the biggest headache because of Joe Lennon me or did this week is better. Not in. It's not you. It's the two of you together on beatable combination. All right. Are missing Len because I'm getting some tweets about it. What are they saying about saying that you know, what I say like you, and they like Joe, but they don't like as much as Len missing the fighting between you and Len oh, really join I tend to agree on exact and chose not a guy. You wanna fight with? What's fun is when Len is here we pylon. Joe? I enjoy I enjoy that a lot. So all right. A WalMart is getting rid of its greeters as WalMart moves to phase out its familiar blue vested practicing. Welcome. I see you down a South Carolina. Well, come to wall fast. Westwood a little name tag. Yes. Walmart told readers around the country last week that their positions would be eliminated on April twenty six in favor of expanded more physically demanding customer host role. Now, what does that now they're going to there's something even better job for me? Be able to lift up to twenty five pounds of packages. Let me help you with that. Oh, so they're changing the role that they're not just going to be greeting. They're going to have some physical labor to do which is getting eliminate a lot of people in those jobs. They sometimes have physical disabilities. Just kind of stand there, and they don't do much. Some of them have cerebral palsy, spina bifida, they do greet you. And if you ask them a question that you're looking for something they could guide you in the right direction. But what are they gonna have to lift they're going to have to help customers carry stuff out of the store? Exactly. He'll put it in the basket or something or take it out. Well, I know that WalMart is is getting on the trend of the a lot of other stores where you can do grocery delivery. Will they'll come out to your car and deliver your groceries right to your trunk? So I guess they're to do that they're looking for other roles. Tell you. What can I do when this is over would be so nice? If he came to your car he would chat with you. That's a good guy that I I wouldn't mind you cover with my groceries now are WalMart. A little creepy. Creepy. I just not gonna help you. He'd be like where are the panic exit here? This is a healthy meal. I just do not see myself in a blue WalMart fest, folks. I'm sure you guys do people active. Well, that's that's the hard point. Yeah. No, no. No, no. I could be a whole foods greeter. Maybe. Okay. Yeah. Amazon. Do you have are there female greeters at WalMart? Of course, there are. Well, they can't can they lift twenty five pounds is this gonna is this going to make your job difficult for women. You do not think of woman could live twenty five pounds. I don't know. Women Teri children all over the place, but talking about well, how would I know not paying too much attention to that? Women's twenty five pounds. Sound ridiculous? Now, I can't put by I don't know how much is twenty five pounds much child SAS mall trials away twenty toddler. Lady can help. Lady could help a lady a lady greeter. What's wrong with the lady greeter? Nothing's wrong with the lady greeter. Well, I feel sorry. You know what I feel sorry for people with disabilities though. They're gonna lose yet. Another. Yet. Another job. Walmart does say that they're going to try to find some other physicians for them, right? Hey, Edward, Nixon the youngest brother of former president, Richard Nixon. He staunchly defended Richard Nixon when he was having his problems just died. Eight years old. What a shame the last of the Knicks looked alike. I know I'm looking at this picture. He looks like a cross between Richard Nixon and Len. There isn't. What did he do? He was a geologist a navy veteran. He worked on his brother's nineteen sixty eight and nineteen seventy-two Weiss White House campaigns, and he served as co chairman of the Nixon reelection committee in nineteen seventy-two while that was creep. Yep. That was that was the one that had all the problems with water, so Edward Nixon. He was the fifth and youngest son of Frank and Hannah Nixon and the last surviving brother of former president Richard Nixon, I've gone to the Nixon library in Yorba, Linda, California, and it's quite a moving experience because I have a kind of a soft spot in my heart for old tricky, dick, I have to say because you realized he came from absolutely nothing. I mean, his father was a citrus farmer, and when you go to that library, you see this tiny two-room house first floor second floor, only two rooms, no bathroom inside the house and out house, and you can still see the iron bed that Nixon was born on because they had home births back in those days. And you think that he came from absolutely nothing to become the leader of the free world. But to enter the museum you go through that tiny little house first. And then you come out on the other. The side, and you have the vast sprawling Nixon library. They had that eighteen minutes of tape is missing. No. But they do have a very interesting Watergate's section, which is a dark tunnel. The whole Vegas, very light. And fascinating and Nixon's rise to power, and then you come to. It's almost as though they don't really say, it's Watergate, they just say the incident the. Playing playing clips of John dean testifying during the Watergate hearings yesterday during the Cohen here. Remind you of anything. Well, you go into the tunnel, which is very dark and what they do have their. They have the actual tape recorders and the tape, and they have Rosemary woods was at her desk. And they have the the panel. Operate the machine. So it's it's really it's fast, by the way in the Newseum in Washington DC, they have the door from the Watergate hotel that the burglars broke into perfect. Sounds very interesting. When we come back. How dumb are those leaders of Virginia. You're not gonna believe what the governor's wife did. And how about getting a legal immigrants driver's licenses. More left wing craziness right here in our very own city and check in with W O R tonight. Starring Joe contra and lease wheel this evening from six to nine and.
John Malkovich to Star in Harvey Weinstein-Inspired David Mamet Play
"Two on KNX actor John Malkovich to start a new play on the London stage inspired by the scandal involving Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein bitterweet being written by the upholstery prize winning playwright, David meant who will also direct a production. Malkovich tells the BBC he expects to play will disturb some people I can find plays terrifically upsetting. I thought that's what they were for. So of course, it might upset people who've experienced the kind of treatment that the play contains. Amid also wrote the apply Glengarry Glen Ross which turned into
"glengarry glen" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"I got hats off to my wife. We had some we had like this really mature like get together like four or five different couples, and they came over, and my wife just did it up, you know, hired these people to cater it they made. All this great food. You know, the booze was flow in everyone was having a good time. And I sat there. She's a on. And it's a holiday party. I have just had one Drake have winter. I said I will I will start with a ginger ale. Just kept putting it off putting it off putting it off, right? And then all of a sudden, it was the end of we're all sitting there smoking cigars. And then all of a sudden the night was over and I didn't drink. Everybody had a good time. And I've almost done it. I only have. I got a couple more holiday parties. Oh, I got a tough one. I got a tough one coming up a good friend of mine comedian. I'm gonna say the fuck it is. But he has e as a party coming all this can be tough. And no. It's not that gutter dweller, Jody Rosa. Jody Rosa loves it. Gutter loves a gutter. He sees a Kirby nozzles up to it. Like, he's laying with this own mutter his own mother. But anyways, I was a little bit sad. This time of the holidays, you know, because I know that it's almost over. I like this time of year where everybody just kind of sits bags like fuck, you man, thirty P H B M alive me in you know, you know, they got the fucking lights. It's just just look like why can't it be like the Solta? Why can't work be like? All right, relax. You know? And everybody just chills out just says how much they like each other. Why can't we do you'd get bored of it? I guess after while they can't have know. You know? Sort of a summer Christmas time holiday Hanukkah kwanza. Fucking thing. Get away. Once once a fuck year that it starts all over again. January second or January third is gonna be this company. This quarter ever we need. You all the buckle down. Not. You will not see your children. What you live work yuppie say, what did you come home Oviously? You'll be a stranger. You're. So this year we could sell where jets we've ever saw there. I'll tell you right now. You got a problem? There's dr. The internet has made the stray more competitive that is ever been. Rob. You gonna cry Maggie? Who else? What about you? Greg hurt your all fucking sensitive. That you could box of tampons for the first bucket for what did you do less last quarter? You check. Key measure if you had that fucking life. Just imagine that fucking life. Get yelled at you know, famous scene in Glengarry Glen Ross Alec Baldwin comes in starts yelling at people can't fucking hear myself. God damn it. I gotta get this fixed. This'll be such a great stocking stuffer. What an I tell fucking Santa. I wanted this. Here comes Santa Claus. Here comes Santa Claus. He's back from radio shack. He got you the fucking headphone Jack shoe needed. What does this thing even called? I'm gonna you know, what I'm gonna do people in fucking honor of the new year. What I plan on doing which you would know from that less little comedy skit that I did there. And by the way, that was all written up by memorized, all those lines. I'm going to try to fucking chill out the next year. You know what I mean? So anyways in honor of that, I'm in solving problems rather than complaining about them. I'm I'm gonna let you guys listen to me order. This is the highlight of your fucking week. I know it is self involved. I am you're gonna listen to me order this fucking cock suck. It God damn thing that I need air. What would you call? This thing. The rotisserie. This is basically like the chick in a porno. She's getting banged from behind. She's performing the oh fuck in in. How you've been up front, right?.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Ever not ever stuck the needle in my arm. I've never taken Oxycontin or anything like crystal meth, you know, that kind of addictive nature I'm out because I'm better than this. And if you can't resist that stuff, you're not better than this. And yes, I am being judgmental. And no sorry. It's not a disease. It's not. Says your chances are very good. You know is struggling with this disease. And that person needs a deserve, your empathy and support. No, they don't. No. No because they're going to try to drag you in the quicksand by lying to you stealing from you. Ever recommended junkie for a job? And then later on you have to pay the price because they fuck up at work. I used to know a guy when I lived in New York way back when I lived on sixty first street and Woodside. I worked with a guy who lived up the block from me. Name lenny. And. Lenny came to work every day. We used to work in one of those boiler rooms like like in the movie Glengarry Glen Ross. Mitch and Murray got the lead. Did you ever see that movie ever? Never see Alec Baldwin's classic scene. In Glengarry Glen Ross ABC, always be closing. I used to work at companies like that I used to do that. And. This guy Lenny who lived on sixty first street in Woodside. And he was always so well groomed. It came into work every day with a briefcase to call people on the phone and get them to look at property in the Pocono mountains, Pennsylvania. And. After I got to know Lenny because it was a coincidence that we were living on the same street. You know, we both worked at an office in skit on the subway. We used to go to the same place every day. But it was a coincidence. One day we were at work talking and. Somebody said I love on sixty first street in Woodside. And I said I live on sixty first street in Woodside. And suddenly, there's my neighbor Lenny. So Lenny was dressed better than anybody in this boiler room, he came in. He never saw any clients at Burson. He only made phone calls. And so Lenny, and I got really friendly and letting I used to meet it as apartment. A couple of drinks. And one night after the liquor was flowing. I finally asked Lenny something I've always wanted to ask him not having any idea what the answer is going to be. I said Lenny you, come to work every day. And what we do at work is we we we have what's called a reverse telephone directory. It's every phone number in the phone book rearrange in in order of St. addresses. So rather than seeing all the names in the phone book in alphabetical order. You see all the listings on the phone book starting at one Wall Street to Wall Street three Wall Street, so instead of being an alphabetic order all the names and the reverse telephone directory are in order of addresses. So you can call it entire office building or call an entire street. And that way they could deploy sales people to go to these neighborhoods and go on one appointment after another all in the same neighborhood. Are you with me? So all Lenny had to do is show up sit down and his place in the boiler room and grab the pages. He was assigned from the reverse telephone directory and start making cold calls. But I had thought about it. And I'd always want to know Lenny what? Yeah. You look great. I mean, you're you're dressed great your well-groomed and holy crap. You come in with a beautiful leather briefcase, but we don't have any work to take home with us. We come in. We we call everybody in a certain neighborhood for hours every night. And then we go home. Do you have another job? What are you doing with that briefcase? Now, I thought he was doing it just for show coming in with a briefcase to complete the look of being a responsible businessman. So I'm sitting in Lenny's apartment on sixty first street in Woodside queens. We've had a few Rum's Lenny was Cuban, by the way. So we're sitting here drinking Rum's and chitchatting. And. When I asked Lenny what was it as briefcase he went and got the briefcase he after he came in from work place it on the kitchen table, we were sitting in his living room drinking Rahman, so he left the living room and came back with the leather briefcase and by the way, this was one of those expensive briefcase. You buy like a store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, very expensive. You know way more sophisticated than the average satchel. That people walk around with. So he took the briefcase he brought it into the living room. And he opened it up. And I was expecting to see pages of the reverse telephone directory or like a list of zip codes or list of phone numbers since he was carrying this briefcase to work. I thought he was carrying around his work. On Lenny opened up the briefcase. It was just like everything else about Lenny was perfectly arranged perfectly. And instead of pens where you would put pens in the briefcase. You know, they have like pen holders in a briefcase. The penholders were taken up with syringes. Lenny Carey Dave variety of syringes all neatly organized. And he that was when he convinced me that he was a heroin addict. And he told me that he was not on heroin that you'd gone through rehab. And now he was on methadone. So he had. Small doses of methadone many of them in the briefcase perfectly organized. And during the day, he would go shoot up his methadone in the men's room at the where the boiler room ones. That's what he would do. Wow. I was. I was like blown away by this. Keep mine I was about twenty years old at the time. And I just couldn't believe what I was seeing. You know in my past experience having had heroin addicts in the family. You know, junkies shot up any old place, you know, and alleys subway stations, whatever this guy came dressed, the part of the responsible successful salesperson, but he had his briefcase everything organized any would shoot up every day. On sort of a fairly regular schedule. And nobody could tell by looking at this guy that he was a junkie. Over the years. I've always wondered what happened to Lenny no idea. Because much as I enjoyed hanging out with them. I I couldn't bear the idea that one day. I get a call telling me he was dead. Because that's what happens to junkies. That's where they go. That's where they go. And I think that by writing things like what's written in this bitch or saying them or believing? We're only creating more addicts. When you pop oxygen in your mouth, you may not get a chance to stop taking Oxy. You may not be able to stop. Now, you can do whatever you want like and I am again. No prude. But if you're gonna call me up and tell me that you you need Oxy, and you you need five hundred bucks to go out and get some. I'm going to say let me call you back. And then I'm not gonna call you back. They right now. You only people I've said no to like that. Oh my God. The list is long. So telling people that as they said in this bitch. Worry that. You know, if you if you have this disease. Oh, don't worry. Every day is a fresh start. Everybody's praying for you and rooting for you, you can and will make it. It's never too late. These are lives. They're lies. Go ahead. Take anything you want. I'm fine with it. Don't expect any sympathy or empathy. Don't expect me to come out of the police station. I'm not doing it. Not gonna do. No. Unbelievable. This viral obituary concludes with these few sentences says here if you work in one of the many institutions to which addicts often pass rehabs hospitals jails court and treat them with compassion respect. They deserve. Thank you. I don't believe the junkies deserve compassion or respect. Think I didn't have opportunities to take addictive drugs like heroin. You think I didn't have these opportunities. Hell I had first cousins who were heroin addicts. I grew up in the South Bronx heroin was everywhere everywhere. You have a choice. Those make the wrong choice should have to live with the consequences. I know that's not politically, correct. And I know that my com would never go viral. And if a dead people be trying to beat my head in I don't care. In order to stop people from making these stupid decisions. We I have to do the exact opposite. Stop telling them how much respect and compassion. They deserve. Start telling them they're fucking up. As I have said to one too, many, callers, I've said it over the years over and over again. It says here and again relates to stuff. I have said the Mitchell goes on to say if instead you see a junkie, or thief or liar in front of you rather than a human being in need of health help consider a new profession, but you see look at the words junkie thief liar. That's what they are. Okay. Because they do lie. They do see. They will do anything to get their next fix. And that means stealing your flat screen and selling it to the next guy. They meet that is what they do. No, I don't have compassionate people who steal for me lie to me take my money borrow money and never pay it back lie constantly begged to live in my home for only only a week or two and then never leave all the shit that junkies. Do I'm out out. And I believe the more you live around this shit. The more it becomes normal for you and your family all your little nieces and nephews all your cousins. This just becomes the norm. Becomes the fucking nor? The final paragraph of this victory says we take comfort in knowing that Mattie is surrounded by light free from the struggle that has haunted her we would have given anything for her to experience that freedom in this lifetime. Our grief over losing her is infinite and now, so she no she's the exact opposite. She's not evident. She's finite. She came to her and she came to her and because she was a junkie. People like this. People like Mattie the person named in this obituary. The if you have people like this in your life. Listen to me now because when I go away, I won't be here to say to you. If you have people like this in your life today is the day to cut him off at the knees to cut them out like a cancer. You have to cut them out of your life forever. No last chances. No one more loan of one hundred dollars. No, can I just stay on your floor on just I'll just sleep on the floor of your basement. No, no, no. Blocked their phone numbers blocked their text messages. Don't talk to them. Don't give them anything. Don't offer them jobs or help. You have to just write them off. Send them off into the sunset. They did it to themselves. You didn't do to them. You're not guilty. They did it. They did it. It's not disease aids disease cancers disease. Drug addiction is something you volunteer for. Period. Oh, no. Once you're dictate your not volunteering anymore. That's because you're already in. You signed up for this. And now you're in. Can't get addicted. If you don't start that's it period. I'm not trying to be approved about this. Usually will do whatever you want. There shouldn't be any laws against. I have advocated on this show that we literally get instead of using taxpayer money on trying to fix addicts. I believe I have a place picked out a cage somewhere along the fourteen freeway, California fourteen. Up in the vicinity of Palmdale right next to the freeway. I'd like to see literally get dump trucks create a mountain of heroin and a mountain of cocaine and then like the condom at bar at Starbucks. You know, have a tray of little spoons and. Beck Weider's and syringes and tell everybody to have a fucking party. Then later on let the vultures and the crows and the. Right. All all the other animals out there pick on the when they're dead. That's it done. Don't even send ambulance people wanna do themselves, and they should do themselves in. But here's the deal. However, you feel about that trust me when I tell you you have to kick the alcoholic Saudi like you have to kick the drug addicts out of your life. You have to kick the human sponges out of your life. For good..
"glengarry glen" Discussed on Movie Crush
"A list. So if you're thinking right now, is this guy just going to read some shit off of a website? The answer's yes. Esquire says the twenty five best alles cameos written by Nick shocker or shaker from like four years ago. So thanks Nick for your work. Thanks for letting me gang this gonna go through some of these Alec Baldwin in Glengarry Glen Ross. One of the great all-time cameos coffee's for closers. Yes, so so great yelling in that movie. Yeah. I mean, you know, it's a classic. Yeah, but it's it's David, is it ma'am? Remain allies now it's Matt, is it? Yes. Yes. I thought it was going to be dumb. You're not. And I didn't meet us at incredulous, Chuck. I know. I've just heard it said I've heard it spoken a lot. Yeah. Like get outta here with your my may. It's like Taj. Oh God, I hate that. Who does that? Well, I think it's not as popular as it was five years ago, said my kid and I say to each other as we think it's cute, really. It's just it's more of an insight. I would never say it. It's cute when your daughter does it, I'm sure, yes, Alec Baldwin. Great. Great. Seen second price, steak, knives, third prize you're fired. So good Bill Murray and zombie land. Totally agree with that. What is it? Does he like pop out of something? And you think he's as is his ambi- or he's not pretending to be zombie. I think he's, I thought he was just pretending to be zombie and then the hang. It's been a while I thought he was a real zombie, but maybe not good cameo. Yeah, anytime Bill Murray pops up. Yeah. Have you heard that documentary about him? No, he you know how Bill Murray has a, he is known for just popping up in real life at like someone's wedding or someone's soccer game STI up softball game, or he'll be bartending or whatever right now, and it's true. I've actually been in the vicinity when he's made appearances like that, and I just barely. I just missed it. Yeah, that would be painful for me. If someone was like, dude, you just got here fucking Bill. Murray was here my friend, but tweeted a Instagram picture of him..
"glengarry glen" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"Printing up business cards, but you're not as comfortable with outreach so you you kick it down, you're like all do at once my website all at once I get enough, right. I hear that every day. Yes. Every day every day. I'm not in a place where I need to start outreach yet. Yes, you are like digging the well before you're thirsty is the realization that this is not a bonus. This is not part of your sales process. This is a foundational element of your business, no matter what business you're in. And if you don't do it or you wait, you're not immune to the consequences. You're just ignoring the secret game that's being played around you, which really sucks because then you're going to go, oh, it's all about who you know, that's why she got that really good opportunity and it's like you want people saying that about you not you using it as like an excuse to let yourself off the hook later on down the line. So if you if you do that exercise and then also you find that you are. Having to reach out to people start off, always agenda free in the concept that I like to discuss with this is AB so it's always be giving. Do you know the movie Glengarry Glen, yeah. Coffee's for closers. Coffee's for closers. Only like ABC a always be always be closing, blah, blah. That's that is not what works in today's day and age. It works if you are going to be an aggressive sales person, but I have a feeling that people who are studying under your wise tutelage or not. Like my plan is to be a total dick and then get people to buy for me and then regret it like, that's not how thank you for that. Now. You're well. Okay, so so Abe is so much better which is always be generous, always be giving. And and what this means is that instead of trying to close business with everybody that you talk to your trying to find people that you know that are a good fit for each other. And this is again counterintuitive, because instead of going, if I'm a graphic designer, I'm. Not like, hey, Kathy Dini graphics, and you're like, no, I'm good. And I'm like, okay, you're dead to me next. And I move onto the next person. What I do is I'm like, hey, do you need graphics? And you're like, no, not really. And I'm like, oh, well, what do you need? You're like, I have a lot of bitcoin, but I'm afraid I'm going to go to prison because I didn't pay any taxes or something like, and I go, oh, I know a really good CPA who specializes in cryptocurrency stuff. Why don't I introduce you? And then you're like, oh, cool, I'll I'll take that. So the logistics are really easy for this because I'm not trying to match a need. You have with a service that I provide. I'm just trying to find out who in my network would be a good connection for you in that counter-intuitively makes you more likely to work with me because now you trust and like me based on the introductions and the value that I've provided ideally over years, not like the last ten minutes or like ours. And so helping other people without the attachment of anything in return AB g it leads to opportunities that you wouldn't have otherwise found. I'll give it quick example here. If I may when I when I moved to l. a. a long time ago. And I, I now live up in the bay. But when I moved to l. a. long time ago I had, I got a toothache, and this is pre Uber to put sort of a time stamp on it. And so I couldn't get far away to a dentist taxis in l. a. if you remember, they just like never show at the time and you know you miss your dental appointment and you're out of luck. And I kept calling dentists and I was like, hat on insurance. Can you help me? And they're like, now just go to the ER and I'm like, oh my gosh. If you go to the ER there's gonna like power drill that whole thing out through your God. Okay. And I'm like, I'm like, I'm not doing that. So I posted on Facebook. I was just desperate. I was like, I got a toothache and I'm crying. I can't sleep in this guy who had never met was like, hey, my aunt lives near you, and I do you want me to call her..
"glengarry glen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He's weirdly pro federer that's a weird obsession that he's got it is it is crazy like anderson won the third set and then ends abruptly veteran the fort said and this is concerning heart of malice members saying god i am god you think about him in the edge she's better than the bare area for he steals glengarry glen ross from jack lemmon and alpha chino this brings up another subject by the way i have not been able to enjoy the show today because gear for the last half hour has looked sad listening to alec baldwin evidently this is escalated the baldwin's to taking this a little bit more seriously than we are and so i've just terrific he's a wonderful actor i mean forget about the stuff he's doing now i think he's long been an excellent dramatic actor goes to mississippi come on anybody give me some loves here the guys who seems dealer is a tremendous actor and how was federer right now we'll do i have it right are you sad are you sad i feel i mean yeah you've been so mean to poor daniel and alec had to come on his spirits it's not nice what you've done to him well what book you were listening to alec and what happened how mean was he alex never coming on this show ever never don't even bother try but they're taking it seriously what happened to a conference call the number the dog barks the parade moves on semi hey steven delete no stadium stephen shadow.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"He's weirdly pro fetter that's a weird obsession that he's got it is it is crazy well anderson won the third set and then ends and broke veteran afford said and had tweeted this is concerning heart of malice only remember him saying god i am god you think about him in the edge he's better than the bear emmy for the opposite he steals glengarry glen ross and jack lemmon al pacino this brings up another subject by the way i have not been able to enjoy the show today because gear for the last half hour has looked sad listening to alec baldwin evidently this is escalated the baldwin to taking this a little bit more seriously than we are and so i've just ridic he's so wonderful actor i mean forget about the stuff he's doing an snl i think he's long been an excellent dramatic actor goes to mississippi commodity buddy give me some loves here the guys seem dealer as a tremendous actor and how is federal right now we'll do i have it right are you said are you said i feel i mean yeah you've been so mean to poor daniel and allocate to come on his spirits it's not nice what you've done to him well what you were listening to alec and what happened how mean was he alex never coming on this show ever never don't even bother try but they're taking never what happened to raw conference call loosened the number the dog barks the parade moves on owes emmy stephen hate stephen billy hey knows daniel not stephen alec alec doubt who am i that stephen thirty years doc let the shadow.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on Ambition Today
"Welcome back we're here was west schaefer talking about the sales whisper wes we're gonna jump back into it i wanna play quick youtube clip before before we go back ready ray a b c a always bbc closing always be closing always be closing a i d a attention interest decision action attention do i have your attention interest are you interested i know you are because it's fuck or walk you close or you hit the bricks decision have you made your decision for christ and action a da get out there you got the prospects coming in you think they came in to get out of the rain guy don't walk on the lot less he wants to buy sitting out there waiting to give them money but you wouldn't take it are you man enough to take so west we have this sort of you know era of masculinity in selling the always be closing the famous at glengarry glen ross clip you know what advice do you do you really think it's that intense like what advice do you have for startup founders who are maybe just starting out they need to make sure to they always to be selling what sort of italian approach to you like to tell people starting out with their own company to be what what mindset yeah that's that's an unfortunate carryover of a bygone era ella movie and for the most part i like alec baldwin his knack as personal side maybe not so much guys funny the power for roles in that's a.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"The devillier this is the to shop cast tips oh forty three we elected down to london to me non lender mr daniel ryan more than the sack so what you thinkin it's thursday and daddy's is going to be saturday the nineteenth of may vary die you know what i'm saying get you hats on now not the royal wedding it's the to show podcast live with mr dave has lamb mr paddy considine we're going to northwich to meet those two and then of a leg it back down to london because it's the break podcast awards were very excited look it's gonna be a great night whether we win or not that's not the point we have been going for less than a year we've been nominated for best cortra podcast and you know what is a really big achievement and when dad denture by it and we thank you so much for all your support you've given us and we'll try and bring something home for if not will definitely take loads of photos and of a ri good laugh okay let's get on with that this is forty three with mr daniel ryan now if i'm saying your ryan e mike i know the name quiet place the trust me you will know the face daniel has been acting for a long time you'll have sitting in so many things go way back to linda green you might have seen him onstage recently with christine slater in glengarry glen ross.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Did that would you do in college drama school i did a lot of plays what was the thing i liked doing the most i remember we did glengarry glen ross and this is when it was on broadway and we did it and it was a legal that we did it i mean it was the guy didn't get the rights to she's didn't just a student production yeah i think i think almost got in trouble for doing it i think mammoths lawyers like you would you play i played levin shelley the machine and i remember just thinking like this is the greatest thing and i didn't know from mamat at all i never read him before i got it and i was just was like this i mean it is incredible that stuff you know i mean i don't know if it ages well or not yes does it yes yeah i mean i've done a lot of it over the years a long time but certainly up through speed the plow yeah great still great amazing and amazing for actors so i mean we were in college we were obviously but i know give me some of this glengarry shift yeah and stop this bullshit on said i be like stop calling it in this glengarry dude you absolutely can it's like i did ship on i'm like wow why did that and i mean i broke bones doing stuff and i did crazy shit to my appearance and stuff i mean i was like fullon fucking deniro when i was nineteen i don't do any of that shit now i'm lazy and lame and like i lost it it's like a look at it sometimes i'm like man i was amazing when i was like nineteen disappointing just that and true is that always true i don't know if it's true you know what i mean it's like but i look at it and go there was a level of kind of insane commitment that i can't imagine doing what i did anymore it's like i got to work and survive it's like i can't have done you know what do you think do you think that is.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"He was also in some of the great david mamat movies like house of cards and things change and he got his start david mamat play glengarry gun ross and he's just a bleacher bums he wrote and starred into play bleacher bums based on really field leader bumps so one day i so i know in fact i interviewed him in the probably late eighties early nineties when he did a revival and he directed a production of bleacher bums and i i talk to him on the phone ever met him and so now one day i'm i believe i was coming home on a business trip from la either coming home or going to los angeles and you know he was he was he was a well known actor but he wasn't like he is now where he's been on criminal minds for a long time and a lot of people know he is so i'm i'm walking to my seat and i see him from a distance and i'm like wow there's joe montana and a lot of people didn't know who he was but i knew immediately into entertainment i saw him actually in glengarry glen ross when he when he did the play when i was i was a young person young guy and sure enough my seat was next to joe montana on the plane and it was just two seats on each side of the aisle so he was at the window i'm in the isle i sit down and mike while how cool is this going to be so now i'm sitting there and i'm not really sure like do i say anything he was always keeping to himself and he didn't seem standoffish but you know he didn't want to assume that i knew he wasn't a guy said at that time i don't know the average person even would have known who he was but i certainly did coming from chicago here 'cause that's where he was from and he was always prominent here and so so i said i introduced myself i said i'm sure you'd have you will never remember this because it was a even at that time it was a while ago i said but i i interviewed you when you did your we wound up talking the whole flight for four hours and it was a really interesting conversation he's.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"You know but that do could so yeah yeah his lifestyle was drinking drugs he gets cock addiction see those guys that are dictated they ask those crack low mother fuckers you put him on the phone six hours a day just enough to snap yeah today that coke rocking in glengarry glen ross always because be closed the car i have now i'm gonna go back there but i bought two cars from the same salesman you guys never thought like oh let me be nice and treating come back they come back come back once they by a call i bought five caution this guy six caused the same puck guy up dan suber i believe i believe in that system most people don't have that belief fucking animals and it killed me because this is the deal like if you live in studio city streets right now and you sold cars at three oh city sue group and you live in burbank and you come into studio city look at me i'm a mom and pop operation i can't do the same deal a big deal downtown could do right when you go down the street and you see those big dealers van is you know thousand cars myself and cars so they'll take smaller deals i hate those mucci yeah that'll go across town and pay three hundred dollars cheaper for the same car and then can't come to us for service yeah yeah we'll tell you come ties.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I kind kinda went off script a little bit pardon the pun and i kind of went into you know off the cuff a script of the glengarry glen ross thing but i kind of analogize it to the jets and the giants general managers mike maccagnan and dave gettleman and i guess i can listen back to it at some point i i don't know if it worked i just thought it would be interesting because well i think that the frustration level of the average fan is you know that right now and with so many questions this is this is one of the most intriguing predraft periods that i can remember and sometime not only for the jets and the giants but but across the nfl spectrum it's one of the most intriguing and there's so many question marks there are so many opinions flying back and forth from different people that i think that you really a listen what you do when you're trying to evaluate these players at least try to do was i rely on my own instincts you know i'll watch as much film as i can i mean 'cause you know you go online and you go on youtube and there's film of all these guys and i'll read different scouting reports and try to come to a really kind of filter out all the noise from seventeen different people are giving their opinion here there and everywhere and i try to come up with my own conclusions i'm just i'm just i'm very surprised that josh rosen is as high we thought of as as he is by so many people i know you're on the phone there for just a second but i i asked i i don't know if it worked and i can go back and listen to it later but i kind of analogize the jets and the giants situation gettleman mccain and the two general managers to the glengarry glen russell without wall but i don't know if it worked you were listening you could tell me i don't know if it's something that you thought was working did it work.
"glengarry glen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Famers i got news for you lilly keeps this up he'll be that way too he is special he is so special he where my team any day 'cause he closes alec baldwin that movie glengarry glen ross always be closing this damian lillard dame tom dame tom he's that special cleveland is not and i think the more cleveland struggles the more of a chance it is lebron leave you'll need this oakland cleveland anything he's already brought back a championship do you know anybody anything outside of that i don't know why you need all of that if you ain't trying to live out there but that's just me so we got that going on that's the reality that can't be ignored the other thing lakers date him aide to many places lebron would be willing to go we got pay attention to all of that but if you're ever magic johnson you got to do something because you've got the young talent with ingram would cools ma with randall to a lesser degree lonzo ball if you could get cats and free agency they can do something for you and the lakers in lake nation they certainly can do some things for you and that's something you gotta watch out for just gotta go and get him but i asked this question and i'll ask it again i said it on i take yesterday i'll say it again today i don't want lebron to go to the finals i don't want six nba finals on his resume because i think he's too great for that i don't want that on his resume i.