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"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

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04:36 min | Last week

"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

"Ebay shows. You're listening base. Only have so much time. See ryan only gives me like an hour for this. I i would take like nine hours and make you'll a whole bunch of money but ryan. He's chintzy with his time. Yeah vicky just a little boy and a wife and it's like like feed me. Daddy get dressed me daddy. Give some close down. There are always bothering for stuff like does anyone on group do p. o. d. on ebay are there sales for that like fz or amazon merch. There are there are ways to sell e books and all of that you have to go to the classified ad format in order to ship items electronically but yes you can do that. Are you ordering online shipping from home. I do some online arbitrage. They're the most advanced. The most complete online arbitrage for ebay webinar ever recorded in the history of the universe is in this group and so yes i do online arbitrage. I prefer the incredibly high return on investments that you get by buying items in person. The last question of michael. I face problems with item specific sticking i will put them in twenty four hours later most if not all the non required or go on any idea why that is occurring If it is a recent thing tried again ebay did a summer seller a spring seller update and they had some items specific problems. That kind of did some of that. If you find this to have been a case for a long time you need to call their customer sport right away because they can fix that or you. Don't call customer support you contact you look through the help screen and then it will find. Contact us whenever we do that. It'll be an option that says either do an online chat or we will call. You always put the we will call. You always talk to a person and they'll fix it says if you do not have something to post that day. Can you update listen instead in that count for the search engine love no. It doesn't a wish it did. That would make it a lot easier but no so always have something to list. Every single day people in our group they came from a retail arbitrage at ground. And that's a real sexy thing you know you go to walmart you get hundred items list cinema. Fbi in it's so nice and with the way we primarily source. We do retail arbitrage. Was show you how to do all of that in this the ebay way but a lot of our stuff comes from used places garage sales yard sales thrift stores estate sales and people who come from retail arbitrage background. Don't they don't like the thought of this. Oh we make it so easy and so everyone in the group was hesitant a year ago. It's like. I don't know that we wanna would tried this. I don't think we want to mess. We don't know anything about used items and it just seems dirty. We don't wanna do it immediately within a mother to run what they raw complainant. We've got too many things. We can't get it all listed. We too many things so it is far better to list one item seven days in a row then list seven items.

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"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

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02:16 min | Last week

"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

"To list ten or twenty items for the first month at a time so list and price low so that you can start rotating because your job is a new seller is to prove to ebay that you are who you say you are that you will ship when you say you will show that you're buyers are not unhappy and you start get building up feedback so invest in your account lower lobe bossom of the prices for awhile. Don't lose money on anything but trump to your goal for the first month or two is not to make money. It's to prove the ebay that you are yourself cer n e bay after the first month or so that you do that should start raising your limits. At the end of the month two they will definitely raise your selling limits but if you call them they will raise them even more. Ssi sell tennessee's cd's and dvd's the first picture listings is generally the cover art stock photo. Should they change that to pick of the actual item and do the white brock ground or continue. What i'm doing with chain gumming sales right on on books and cds if if that stock photo that ebay supplies is legitimately as exactly like yours. So if it's if you're if you're selling us cd and i stole obviously cd's. I selling musical items cassette tapes by the way really hot on ebay. Right now shockingly. I don't know why but you sell a cassette tape and you'd type the or you scan the upc code or have you get it in there and if ebay wants to use a stock photo fine but my only caveat is make sure it matches what yours really looks like if there's any difference at all you don't want to surprise a buyer so i would unclogged that stock photo in use your own. Is that i picture. Otherwise be thrilled. The face those karma and we have two questions about getting paid carmen asks what's pay pal replaced with and someone else asks. If you don't use paper how do you get paid. Good good good questions..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

Streams of Income

05:58 min | Last week

"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

"We would love to because we make money every time we send you a buyer and by the way whenever ebay pays 'em up google affiliate to to send a buyer our way google a. M ebay does not take that out of ourselves price. We get the same amount whether our buyer comes from google or whether a buyer just searches zebic. We get the same income. Well okay google says we would love to take every single ebay listing that you have every single day and we will through it. All up on 'em on google shopping as long as the photos are square. And there's a white background the first picture and its high resolution so as long as you're listings. Have those things then we will. We really want to show your items. Most sellers don't get shown on google at the two thousand nineteen ebay opened the largest Seller ebays large seller conference. They had every year vegas. Hopefully they'll have next year. They from the stage said. Google rejects almost everything we send them because photographs and ebay wasn't happy about because very clearly tells you all photos must be higher resin square use. Your cameras wanted one mode. The first picture must have a white beggar. It's all we ask. What else you do and you photos. Just do that. Because google throws away most of the almost okay i show in the ryan i keep referring to rod. I'll tell you about them. A little bit more Twenty percent of all sales a twenty percent of all my traffic comes from google and ebay has a special new report that says how many items you've gotta fix in order to be seen by google and it's it can be huge so if you sell it if you have a thousand items in your ebay inventory you might have nine hundred eighty that google is rejecting and that report will tell you mine has a big fat zero not one item. I ever sell on ebay as rejected by google and twenty percent of my traffic. I know this because ebay shows me report every day. Twenty percent of all my traffic comes from google. Thank you google whenever i if. I'm selling champion juicer. If it's used. And you search google for us champion juicer. My listing will be. There may be number one often number one often if there's no other good sour i'm the only one google shows now. Google will just like ebay. Ebay has to put some people at the top of the search engine that are bad sellers or else they wouldn't have anything to sell and so google will take a few bad celebrates. Google will take a few photographs on white background. But they don't take very many get ebay told us. Google rejects most things we send them. Google wants that money..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

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03:36 min | Last week

"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

"Is to reward the by box with the best the best seller selling whatever. The buyer wants at that moment in time ebay. Your goal ebay skulk is to just put as many good sellers as high as possible in the search engine. That's all ebay search. Engine best constantly millions or billions of times every week or two amazon ebay says where are the items matched his fire search and were the better sellers and we want to put the better sellers at the top. Because are we want our barstow. A good experience ebay tells us this is what they do. It's not a big secret so you wanna do ebay considers good sellers to do so if you've taken your bundle and just copied the title from amazon to ebay and it didn't sell that's because you weren't looking at ebay for good titles for what's in your bundle. Look at the if it's a multi pack look at other selling multiplex at that point. And you're gonna find one interesting thing. No one will. People use the word multi pack. They used the word. Bundle anybody titles. But everyone just about uses lot l. Ot that is ebay. Talk for bengals or for multiple. You'll always see lt. So if you didn't have the word lt. Some buyers know already searched for a lot if you want something on ebay. I think that originated because of this eighty character limit and used to be sixty worker to limit. I think that's why that term law is just it just uses three characters that means the same thing it can mean a multi pack immune bendel of six things. Lot of six the six lot six pack six lot so us lot so you cannot use amazon bendel in expect. Success on ebay even. If there's success on amazon you might get one. You might get a success difficult title but often you have to look at cops to know what works photographs. I will expand on those in a second condition if the items not new you have to be very specific and explicit on your condition. So if it's got three spot if it's up if it's a tommy hilfiger short men shirt in it's got three spots on. It might come out might not. It's claimed you've watched it but you didn't really spot trade show. Those three spots a lot of bars specifics of man now still by shirts. You may have to price it a little love. It's got three spots but that's okay. Tell the buyer. What drunk if you tell. If you're very explicitly condition the buyer will go. There must not be anything else wrong with his shirt because he told me everything they took the picture or two of. What's wrong with it. So i trust the seller. Maybe it's not what i want in a trust that our. Maybe it's exactly what i want if if you're selling shirt. That's got three slots you probably. You'll have to price that a little bit lower brand new tommy hilfiger show me. Let's be honest but buyers will trust that you've said what you want. You've you've said you've described condition. You do not want your buyers to be surprised on the downside them to be surprised on the upside. I want every buyer to get something ago. Wow i mean. They took he took photographs but his condition was was accurate. But i kind of expected it to be worse than i always want things to be better when they receive it. And that's why. I'm very explicit with condition ebay right explicit conditions. Us room here. The more and i'm telling you the more you tell the more you sell their stuff to say about the conditions. Tell the condition so do it. You make more money you'll get fewer returns when buyers surprised you don't get returned..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

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02:10 min | Last week

"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

"Webinar isn't for those who sold another platforms. Only okay i'll be mentioning these other platforms. Maybe you just want to start your own home. Business and see ebay is a viable way to to do that. Let me tell you. It's more than a viable way to do that. And if if that is you do what. I say just being honest. Here's the big big deal about ebay. And why so many. Try to sell a few things on ebay. And then they stop and unlike fbi and like walmart reselling a brand new person to to ebay can start listing there within ten minutes or less they can. They can open an account they can throw up to sell. Take pictures right. A quick condition description. And it's selling within ten minutes or less ebay is ultra easy for beginners to start selling on and that's great and it's also their downfall. It's only right if only fda amazon ten minutes to learn right. I mean wouldn't that be great. But that's not a reason to stop selling on fda if anything it's a reason to conquer if were others just give up and not only selling on walmart and amazon is not simple for beginners. They aren't that simple for people have been there for years as i said. That's not a reason to stop selling either many make millions of dollars selling on amazon. And let me say if you if you haven't sold on amazon. It's it's not simple. It's often anxiety ridden. Sometimes i think the people who run amazon also run the airports airports. They treat all of us like criminals instead of customers and sometimes amazon's sort of that way too with the results and i want. I want you to know the truth about it. If you've never saw amazon it can be tough but you can do it. It just takes. It's going to cause some anxiety and ebay doesn't seem to produce getting zion. I think ebay is a better place to start if you haven't started reselling anywhere. If you haven't been successful anywhere. I think ebay is a perfect place to be focusing right now. Ebays an amazing platform right now. With more cells in they've ever had before in their history..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

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04:41 min | Last week

"greg perry" Discussed on Streams of Income

"I'm about to teach you everything that i'm about to say as fact it's science. It's not opinion on how to do ebay ebay. It's pretty simple. Start doing what i say. And you start dominating ebay that's just the facts are webinar tonight. Ryan i would like to directed two groups those who have sold some on ebay before but never really got off into a very much. They had enough success to continue selling their or they did not really. They're just it just kind of was more of a hobby and they've they sell once in a while and that's good and i also want to address people who are currently resellers on other platforms. Obviously amazon is the primary one. Walmart is another one other such as facebook marketplace macari all of those places if you sell successfully on posh mark. I'm going to tell you how to sell successfully on ebay in how to bolt your ebay business onto your posh mark clothing business or how. 'bout your ebay business onto your sba business or whatever much had to do it successfully not just gonna show you how to may have sold just about everywhere including amazon fbi for about three and a half years. Amazon merchant fulfilled. I sold for about seven years. Their books primarily a macari facebook marketplace craigslist. Back when it was more of a thing and so forth. And for me ryan my pleasure my personal fulfillment and the financial achievement is dramatically. Easier on ebay. The profit margins are by by far less than the profit. Margins are by far more than the on amazon and buyers on ebay enjoy the community feel that ebay portrays. And isn't that kind of funny though. I mean buyers on amazon. They're buying from that. You know huge. Jeff bezos corporation. And most of the time. They're just fine from resellers. Like you made amazon's just facilitating that thing. But they feel like there's more of a unity more of a one on one field with ebay and ebay sort of got away from that about two thousand twelve and they've spent about five years getting back to it because that seems to make ebay success so people differentiate ebay on a one to one type of. They're dealing with families. They've they've you most odd most items as being sold and that's one of the differentiations and it's my preferred way to make money ebay by far is my preferred way to make money and money. Ryan money's been a motivator for me ever since my great grandfather told me he one time said greg. It's worth spending money on good speakers and ever since i've come to realize that was some sound advice..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"It was amazing to see that level of digital infrastructure in place with the utility company basically maintains the entire power grid and all the power for prince edward island but yet over here in the other room there were installing a little sima mass to help them manage these assets that they're going to be using only whenever called upon to provide on the ready power. This is not a power plant but <hes> but it's a crucial thing to the wellbeing and the safety of the city in they've gotta be locked and loaded in ready. Are they going to be able to <hes> whenever they need to be called upon during during any type of <hes> in emergency or when they need power that's <hes> it instantaneous genius that they've got a back feed into the system. So are they going to go in and actually have an opportunity to put in connected reliability on assets that day only run. You know once or twice three times. Maybe a quarter. That's it on everything is in standby mode so oh but they got the whole idea of reduced complexity to begin with and that's where it starts and the new greenfield plant that talk about that <hes> from from tip to from tip to end of put in the latest and greatest technology as far as production equipment manufacturing equipment robots also made sure that the infrastructure was censored in the data that they're collecting obtainable and more importantly actionable actionable day to took it to heart to reduce complexity in so connect reliability at its core is to reduce complexity and and just start and if you can get a foothold on that then you're on your journey you're on your way. You don't have doesn't mean you've got to go out and censor everything. I don't want to go in baku one thousand centers and just throw them out there and then all of a sudden. You've got a censored plant. It's nice not to deal but you've got to install connected reliability to where it it matters okay so you gotta be selective in that but you've also got to make sure that you challenge assumptions and the challenging assumptions part is the key piece that just because this is the way that we've always done it. Is that really the way that we need to continue. Can we enter into a digitalization station realm where we're starting to address some of these procedures and processes that we can probably change into a new value added business model so so that actually feeds and the l. of digitalization..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"Course we do have a i guess what you'd call e <hes> showcase where connect reliability's installed and one of our clients that built a brand new greenfield plant from the manufacturer transmissions four actually drive lines not transitions for jeep in so when they built the plant also make sure that they had the latest and greatest technology so they designed heavily they installed correctly and they put in some precision and proactive abso- structures and processes in place wanted to start out with not a traditional way of okay. We're going to install this equipment and we're just gonna start running. Some rudimentary pm's on it and do some time base time directed actually designed it in mind so that they can go straight to on condition in her condition based maintenance when they first deployed in vitually how they put in fluke c._m._s. system. They also put in fluke sensors. They started the putting in and using some afl p._m. Tools as well and immediately they're starting to not only did they baseline the equipment that they put in from the very beginning beginning but now they actually have a digital gas thumb on the heartbeat. If you will of the overall plant holloway from from tip to tip to tipsy it's yet to be against something that was that is that something that's going to be revolutionary that yet to be seen but it was certainly an evolutionary step so you have on that hand. A greenfield plant was able to start leveraging their systems or robotics <unk> any of the data sources and actually bringing them into a centralized <hes>. I guess what you call like a data warehouse aggregation and being able to then actually have actionable data at their disposal immediately and have that be able to to be the core of their maintenance program the reliability program from the very start and then you've got older manufacturer examples out there that have been there for over a hundred years and what we call legacy assets and how do we give them a voice and how do we give those assets away to raise your hand and when they don't feel well or they can give an early indication that <hes> something quite outright. We are in this age where we're losing talents. We're losing our seniors. <hes> a to retirement to to winning lottery tickets. What have you and we have a newer workforce is coming in and so if we think about it. How are we going to take these legacy legacy assets because you listen mitt industries out there. Don't have the money to just say okay. Let's tear everything down to the ground build a brand new greenville greenfield plant. You know that's not going to happen so what platform or would framework we have so we can connect legacy assets with today's workforce. That's where where the rubber meets the road so howard. We're going to bring that data and make it actionable with the younger newer workforce that do not have that tribal knowledge in their head that intuition in k. Let's don't talk about artificial intelligence quite yet all right and let's don't talk about machine learning quite yet. Let's talk about outer. We digital is really what i'm trying to say. It's with the a._l. Digital wise ation. How do we do that. How do we outta. We bring again. The core components of what connecticut connective liability is built on which is people process and technology which also brings comprehensive data that matters. There's with end to end connectivity and then how do we also empower the new team the new mindset. That's on the shop floor. That's that's the million dollar emotion isn't it. Yes it is but it's a legitimate question yes ear and we we've got to find answers to that because because time is standing still the one thing that i keep hearing from people is exactly the they associated time. Somebody said to me of the day they'll they wake up every morning <unk> after a good night's sleep but they feel breathless before they even hit the ground because there are so many big moving pieces but you also mentioned the really critical pieces which is the the shift in the generational generational handover the age of some of the infrastructure. You know you mentioned one hundred years. I mean that's not an unusual thing in some of this big infrastructure space power utilities all or bridges or spans our roads buildings. I think there's a lot of focus on new shiny things and yet in your world. I'm sure that one hundred years is is still a new thing. Is there a sense of fretless where i guess in one pot excited what's capable what can be done.

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"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"Technological advances and and and <hes> benefit that you get from having sensors so that again they're smaller. They're cheaper <hes> they don't call in sick. They're not complaining. They don't have time off that they gotta take and they just do their job and the job well. I did like your example with regard to health because i love the visual and mental image that comes about when we think about health and hospitals spills or h gate but particularly hospitals because you've got building maintenance. You've got infrastructure machine maintenance air conditioning power battery backup e._p._s. You've got to scoot alarms and then you've got the reason you're doing all that which is him as you alluded to there to go with monitoring the health of people secret that whole into the building they're in infrastructure structure supporting them the devices that are plugged into them to keep them alive and monitoring to keep us alive and you kind of get that full cycle of capacity and assurance and reliability that essentially keeps the human going home into the day when we think about this whole space of connected reliability and what people are now talking about though with regard to not just the intimate things particularly the industrial internet things when we think about some of those big spaces particularly manufacturing comes to mind what does that space look like in that transition to adopting adopting the industrial internet putting senses on things collecting data well with new industry. Let's say it's a new plant okay. We're going to want due to focus on the design and of course we do have a i guess what you'd call e <hes> showcase where connect reliability's installed and one of our clients that built a.

"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"Thanks much for making time to catch up on the great heavy on the show absolutely great to be here can you maybe just quickly explain some the acronyms that are behind the you're amazing accreditations certifications see him up. Let's start with that one. What does it actually mean. Maintenance reliability a professional sanctioned by society of maintenance reliability professionals and the second one is certified rely heavily leader which is sanctioned in by the asset management professionals organization that comes out of reliability web reliability consultant sounds like it's relatively straightforward i would love. Maybe he kind of gives us an insight into kind of what that really is because i know it's extremely broad. Its deep cover a great deal of stuff you do everything from the communications and education and evangelizing the concept everything around that through it actually being practitioner hands on for all your career so maybe just give us some insight into kind of what a reliability consultant does. What's what's a day in the life of greg perry carrion title at the end of the day to interface with maintenance professionals like at the interface will operations <unk> professionals so <hes> they're both trying to obtain the same thing <hes> quite surprisingly <hes> even though they try to consider themselves as two separate camps listen <hes> but the truth is both maintenance and operations <hes> out there actually trying to maintain up time i mean that's the name of the game. That's what they're trying to do and later on in this podcast we'll introduce another phrase that actually wraps it all up and you beating the space for for decades last time i ahead look at <hes> raising backgrounds like two decades of actual hands on practitioner. Let's sort of transition now to as sort of a mix of hands on practitioners through to developing design strategy and evangelizing that must have been an engineer to go through sort of from your early days a couple of decades ago sort of being hands ends on on the ground figuring stuff out coming up with the concepts because from most of what you're doing now you have effectively created the concept design and developed implemented implemented and now you're in the role of i guess not just evangelizing about helping people go through that journey but that must have been an interesting process being through to get to a you on today not from a traditional point of view but <hes> from from the standpoint of maintaining assets are managing assets or maintenance may world of maintenance on the world of i'm the world of maintaining systems uh-huh and processes that are sustainable <hes> it doesn't matter you know what profession you're in. I mean i've gone all the way from a record store and one time way back and many moons ago all the way to where i'm at today. There is a a common lineage with any of this so it's been held at earning a <hes> <hes> got more lot more ahead of me at because <hes> maintenance is <hes> something that even though it's becoming a word that we're trying to be de mystify also try to to to make it less negative sounding than our lexicon. That's all all we do every day every day. When you wake up put your feet on the ground. You're maintaining curiously. I had that little epiphany the other day where the grand old age of fifty one this year and <hes> you get in the morning governor run. It's getting cold here. We just entering winter started bemoaning the fact. I've got to get up and go and pound. The pavement gets malls out..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

14:44 min | 2 years ago

"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"Registry out there well. There's just get immersed in the new technology. I'll go ahead and tell you right now. It's the bail would give you the tool set so that I can instantly increase your skill set in other words. If you're able to go out there and take tomography pictures I want you to be able to use our tools so that she can take tomography pictures using a T._i.. Camera and actually be able to deploy that technology and not feel like you have to go off and go to some expensive schooling to be able to do that. You can start today. That's what we want nothing to reading about <hes> whether it's thermal imaging or or just you know I guess vibrational heat-sensing. was that a lot of the things you'll building now fit into the natural transition to I guess Internet of things in that is that there are you know if you've got old infrastructure that's been sitting there and and people as you said to be running around with stub pencils and peds whether it's a permanent fixture that you're implementing a whether it's a temporary thing where people just want to get some insights. I was reading about what you're doing with some of the news IOT stall sensors where you're putting it in place for as long as required to get some insights and then potentially relocating elsewhere to gain the data versus having to roll out full infrastructure that sits area and sit shoot and never moves because I really liked designed to you that if you've got a large plot to a lodge equipment environment and you want to monitor all the time make it smart. That's one thing but often I think people and certainly. Only reading this article in some research around it that you published people might just want to get inside into something as running that they don't necessarily want to monitor all the time but I wanNA make sure it's okay and healthy with its vibrational heat or whatever might be these little senses were being deployed for a period the time maybe it's a monthly to monitor get look at it and then shoot them somewhere else in the factory of the warehouse and I thought that was pretty neat as well because I imagine a lot of companies are big sunk infrastructure. The last thing they want to do is another expensive roll up but they can do it in small bite sized chunks in manageable chunks and the whole adopt versus adapt is an easy journey for them as well absolutely so what you're what you just keep on there is called connected reliability and so getting them to understand that you can deploy oh way connected reliability to that and you can start making it work for you. That is how we're leveraging the Internet of things industrial Internet of things industry four point. Oh what whatever buzzword keyword phrasing you WanNa McCall that is what's happening so let's get involved. Horizontally inlet start some connected reliability capacity assurance mindset the must be the conversation that happens with you regularly where blunting to have the existing thing infrastructure and and and you know there's a whole planet of that out there which you're working with currently but I imagine there's also an interesting conversation to be had about people come in with Greenfield's and I'm always thinking about things like smart city infrastructure and resilient city infrastructure where we've got power plants. We got sides of roads. We got all kinds of big plants and equipment in place. There's a lot of activity around the world now building new towns new cities. We're trying to make them smarter. I imagine you having some interesting conversations with people who are studying from Greenfield as well and saying well. Where do we put in from day one? What's the best way to deploy and integrate and not just adopted but you know how do we go through this adaption face from day one well? I can tell you when you start talking Greenfield and we start talking about putting a new asset infrastructure all right now now you're actually talking about something that is to the left and the Steph Curry Vine and implementation stages so that's precision maintenance real so we can forgot to go out there and design. WE'RE GONNA design fit for purpose and we're going to install all fit for purpose correctly and so what we want to do is we want to put inherent reliability in place so that we can minimally manage it. You know that that's your true R._O._I.. That's where that's where you're low maintenance dollars coming into play so when you got a greenfield environment like that absolutely you're going to want to design out faults and you WANNA design in rely ability inherent reliability and so if you're putting in new censored assets you're putting into where they actually can start giving you actionable data great. That's where you wanna be to begin with. Yes a dream too and I'm saying it's happening. It's going to happen more and more I mean yes. It is aging infrastructure. It's going to be replaced with new infrastructure but we gotta make sure that we embrace that side of inherent reliability and understand that and so we want to make sure that the precision maintenance this is happening before we even start maintaining the asset. There's a lot of parallels to be drawn with another group that I spend a lot of time working within the telecoms and that is that they've monitoring their infrastructure all the time the monitoring real time and they've gone through philly similar transition position where they've essentially cloud infrastructure so it's all software defined the collecting data in real time and it seems to me that what you doing around <hes> I guess with accelerates and the framework around that and the whole transition to digital systems is now now that not only can you help people do smarter and better things with their existing infrastructure but people are going to look at what's new. I you know I can see things like airplanes and ships and transplant logistics building this capability into it so that it's not even just the big implant I can imagine a scenario where the flu judicial system's solution is going to be monitoring my car and it drives around and it's just going to be built into it so that at some point in time someone who's doing the maintenance and warranty and insurance on my car. We'll be out of collectible that in real time and even tell tell me that I should be pulling out and putting more oil in it so the Utopia there that you're talking about. This is what we call a prescriptive maintenance. Prescriptive maintenance has been around since the sixties by the way. I mean it's been around it says old as ours G._M.. So so prescriptive maintenance has been in the old school days is okay so we know from tribal knowledge what to do and what not to do and we know that <hes> the asset is actually telling us this and telling is that basically what the old school prescriptive maintenance the difference though is between new school prescriptive maintenance on the dawn of <hes> analytics and that's where we're at today is the difference was as we were telling the assets when we're going to be maintaining them. We were telling the assets what frequency were in what period city in win this is GonNa Happen so what we want is. We want the assets now to tell us that's where we crossover and that's what we want. So you gotTa Greenfield New Plan Your Plan. That's exactly what I mean by designing in reliability designing in their reliability and so <hes> if we can give these assets voice out there if we give them away to communicate their health to us the next evolution and and the next Ashkelon John we're GONNA want to design ourselves into is so that we can leverage that prescriptive analytics type of maintenance to where the acid is telling us when and I'll be honest with you. I don't know in advertise druthers but I can tell you super bowl actually had during the last super bowl here in the states and we're famous for commercials during the Super Bowl right and so one of the commercials was was actually <hes> i._B._M.. Watson accent and basically what it was was you had this guy showing up a maintenance guy showing up at the security desk down in this big high rise building and he's checking in and he's like okay so what are you here for. I'm here here to fit your elevator <hes> so they go back to their pat and looking to go well. I don't where we scheduled any maintenance with you today so I don't know why you're here. Who contact is you to come and fix the elevator into Repairman? Standpoint at the elevator and said he did it. The doors are open and inside there. You see IBM watching like that. Well it's interesting you say that because obviously the accelerate framework and all the tools you have around that one part of the puzzle but also you know when we think about sunk cost and sunk infrastructure from a plot and equipment and environment point of view that's also the case and business systems with the smart c._r._N.'s or business intelligence platforms analytics platforms and so in many ways I guess you've got to integrate into other tools and systems since there with I._B._M.'s Watson or any other tool around the place you know this date is going to move in and out of different systems and provide different insights whether it's asset management in an enterprise resource planning platform or the existing existing. I guess predictive work that they're doing business intelligence that they're not gonNA move it out. I mentioned the the journey goes the other way as well as if you're putting new infrastructure in place in it's inside your enterprise resource planning that will feed into the accelerate platform to be able to help the system. Tell you when it needs some love absolutely so you talked about your love for your car to build a tell you when these main as well. That's your today. I'm not that is the capabilities of here today and that's another good example for trying to explain <hes> Internet of things now all that comes together and what has that Kiam with maintenance well imagine you get an email about a schedule for you to go and take your car to get your oil changed in other words is telling you okay Thursday at two o'clock scheduled for you. Drop the car off over at this dealership and you're looking at it going okay. That's cool. How do they know that I was available? We've already checked your schedule. We know you're available but we've already scheduled this appointment for you to get the whole change in the car. I like that yeah so the the the cars telling you win the do what to do. That's the prescriptive side from the analytics point of view. That's Utopia. That's where you WANNA go. That's called actionable data at at its fullest example that gets people excited when you start going with that. Is that a reality. It's only a reality if I work if we work our way towards that run so what is it a dream a dream but as soon as you actually have a goal and put some plans in place it's no longer dream and I imagine there's an upside that a lot of people haven't thought about it you know when I was reading through this I've done a lot of work around power and utilities and and certainly lodge federal government infrastructure and transport logistics. One of the key things we worry about is number day since incident and whether it's an incident someone's lost a hand or leg will unfortunately not lost a live and in many companies that have a great big chalkboard that were at the front of the desk and they have a sign saying X. number of days since loss incident and so I see this thing where you know on one side with thinking about lower costs and saving time and increasing productivity and better r. why the other side of things is I guess some of this equipment when it's running better and it's running safer and it's running on the right temperature at the right frequency. This is a safe place that people to live and work and be if the car is maintained properly..

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"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"greg perry" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"One of those words are going to be in alignment with <hes> the silent when the verticals ride and so to be truly horizontal. We want to call it a framework and so a framework is something that's living it will go through these two things that you've you've gotTA. Do you gotta learn how to adopt before you can adapt we need a bryden are broaden our horizon and we need to quit coming into this with blinders on and just because we used to do it this way and you know that's one of those universal languages languages are the sentences actually in universal language that killed you know we've always done it this way. You gotta you gotTa quit saying it like that. You had to quit looking at it like that yeah well. This is just the way it is well. No it's not so you WANNA go in. There and challenge is that so here's another way of looking that's from rely from people that are in maintenance reliability and then actually can speak that language. There's another way that I describe what what accelerates does and actually use <hes> Nolan P._f.. The F. Curve the the potential failure and functional failure here P._F.. Kirby it's a it's a reliability Bible way of talking about why we do do with an asset management and maintenance reliability with the P._f.. Curve what basically that's as as you've got potential failure and what you WANNA do is fine assets components. You want to identify their failure modes sooner rather than later so that you can take proactive action so that you make sure that the asset never functionally sale when you're only installing a C._M._S. or you only have data collect or you're only really going to be satisfying half of the P._F.. Curve so you really need to go out there and find well. Where are the data generators that so that we're GONNA be talking asset condition management language? We can now moving further to the left of the P._F.. Curve now. We actually have a solution and again. That's another horizontal way of looking at it with the P._F.. Or what you holistic solution do you have in place that can transcend the entire P._f.. Prayers and I can promise you that fluke is the only entity out there right now. It's looking at it in that light like that and I'm glad you corrected me with regard to the framework concept presents a significant point that people to take away when listened today the concept of framework is significantly different from as you said these vertical silos of the things I did love the fact that you quoted homer as well and just a recall it that whole concept of maintenance being a a journey not a destination because I think that's also something we often look at when people think about standards adoption standards compliance the looking to took a series of boxes and get somewhere and then they stop and take a breath and move on to something else but this is really just something you have to build into your DNA and it's going to be part of your ongoing Joanie. I guess and you've given some great insight into how we've gotten to hear. The must be a cultural behavioral shift that underpins all this within the organizations you're working with. I'm sure they used to you'll your equipment and systems generating that data but once they start learning about how to collect that data and aggregate and then start to build into the spring wit wedding and get some insights from it this probably a cultural behavioral shift they'd go to go through to get to that point where they go to change the mindset. What's that response being like when you talk to people out in the road which you are I believe the everyday? How do they react to the you know the running at it and loving it or is there a little bit of sticker shock around at what's the general reaction like and and sort of you know tiffany's to the heaven prices well? It's definitely not a sticking point with today aging workforce more so I can go ahead and tell you that right now so you've got what you got old school. You Got News schools. You got old school out there. This retiring there pat you're. They're passing the torch US and who are they passing the torch onto. What so the millennials saying the M word right so okay so so here so we've got this wonderful generation that's coming up you get the militia you also get the Z. Generation but the millennials in particular are notorious for what when when it comes to information they want it now they want it and they're also very very keen on lean this this generation's been practicing lean principles and they didn't even know it when win these start bringing them into the workforce? They're going to be saying you know what this is what we WanNa do we want this automated. We WanNA SMARTER GOING TO WORK SMARTER HERE folks. We're going to demand it. We're not going to work harder at the same time we teach them. The fundamentals and we say okay remember member your roof remember where you come from when it comes to maintenance and reliability so let's put this in the right capacity assurance point of view and so when you come into the world and they start seeing that Oso weakened we can do these wonderful things to these ageing assets so there's something we could do with the aging assets that we can't do what they aging workforce they aging workforce is going to retire move on and hopefully that we've captured the travel knowledge in a fasted onto the new generation and they've made things better so with the aging ad set. What can we do with that? They don't have that type of legacy so if you go to these ageing assets are out there already deployed in trust me. There's just not enough industry your money out there for a rating just by new all the time so we've got all these assets out there that have no voice. They can't communicate to you their health. They don't know how we did not design that into them. Tom And so with this new technology were able to now come in here and censor them and give them a voice so they can now communicate well. Who are they going to be communicating with? You're going to be connected with the old school no they're not they're going to be communicating with with the new school and it's a wonderful wonderful movements. There's not a I don't witness pushback. Actually it's very embraced but I'll tell you it's going to be met with skepticism when eyebrow up when eyebrow down and basically you. Oh you show me and that's exactly the the <hes>. The workforce is coming in and they're the show me put it in the hands. I WANNA feel it. I WANNA touch it. I WANNA push to but I want to see that happen and so so it's actually inspire so it it it it. It's bars you to to to be on that bleeding edge to move forward and not just stay back and go well. You know we've been doing this for forty years. Remember what I said earlier on. What what's the cancer a answers phrased you? You can't sit back and just say well. It's just because that's the way we've always done it. I do like that idea because you know with the greatest respect to the old school they've they've done a great job of keeping a lot of sunk cost in in very big infrastructure structure running but <hes> do like the idea that there's a whole new generation coming through whether it's millennials Gen Z. with their own quicks because let's face it. They've effectively grown up during a period where they've never not known incident. They've never not known having a device vice the hand so it's almost like a natural fit that all they're doing is replacing a mobile phone with a device with yellow around it and they are hungry dater I mean they've literally grown up with social media instant messaging and as you said they they want it now instantly and I think when when we think about the buying experience in the shopping pattern that these generations of had an certainly and I've got teenage kids so I watched them not only do they want it now. They want to celebrity experience. They want to be V._I._P.. I guess this is one of the big things that you can offer now is that not only can they generate the data. I can collect it but they can get those insights and the framework allows them to tailor it to what they're trying to do so they can get the view that they want from the data to make decisions they need in real time and I guess that really comes as good news. I imagined to the clients who have got this massive infrastructure the structure in an environment and plot in place where they can continue to get our wine some phone from expanding its life by making it more intelligent. Absolutely what does Johnny look like a for the transition. I mean imagine I've got a lodge a plot a lot of some foam at station. I've got pumps and generators and lots of big things that go <hes> what's the Jenny look like for them to go from. I guess the Old School of the new school one of the key steps say go through well. It's definitely adopting opting remember. I said you've got to adopt for you. Adapt so you need to adopt new technology if you're out there and you're still stubby pencil and impact. You've got to adopt that there's a better way in if you're out there still doing routes where you're trying go and take a measurement or try to ascertain the asset health and a lagging fasching and not leading fashion. You need to adopt the journey that we can actually do this proactive instead of going out in still doing this but don't do it all at one time using our fundamentals that we know about with reliability centered maintenance list go in actually deploy the fundamentals there and bring in new technology to augment mant our new reality and so that's what you've got to adopt and then you can adapt after that but <hes> it's getting them to understand that that's how you start your journey are there was a fortune cookie longtime ago Dez and and and this is a true story. Hey this is a form of life of mine. I was asked to program manage a massive implementation across the many hospitals receive a mass and actually you know thought that was his great is this is a new challenge but also at the same time I was scared to death <hes> and so I remember sitting there one evening and I opened up a fortune in there was something just so profound and it made sense to me said begin the rest is easy. I like that and so so really it just it just made sense and of course they ate the fortune cookie and it was good so when you got a plan and the Sandos hackery do things quicker faster better you know the whole six million dollar man type of thing well. Let's go back list deploys. Some fundamentals understand liability center maintenance the understand the role of capacity assurance and let's go in there and identify some quick wins we'll hang in for and where can we actually actually deploy. I used to be that if you look at predictive maintenance and condition monitoring. That was the pie in the sky. You really can't get there unless you have all these other things in place well. I'm GonNa tell you that pie in the sky is coming closer. The reality where you can actually reach out and taste it. It's here today so you can actually start deploying predictive and condition monitoring or continuous monitoring techniques and do that on a smaller scale and start getting what they call aw immersed in that's the only way you're going to adopt and adapt to changes you. GotTa get immersed and so I would just encourage if you feel like you're you're. You're behind the eight ball. You're always reactive maintenance. You have an aging <music> asset.

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"greg perry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"greg perry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Won that series they took, care of Chicago so it has since they've taken care of. These bad teams but I think that this feeling of, they look lethargic. They look this they look that comes from the fact that they're playing, such bad teams and there's this unreasonable belief that you have to destroy bad Teams, you don't have to destroy him you've got to beat them And lately I just. Laid out the numbers they have, they have beaten these bad teams they, took care of the Orioles who. Cares how they did it They took care of the Blue Jays who cares how they, did it? And if they take care of the White Sox and Tigers coming, up going into. The tougher stretch of the season that say the same. Thing who cares as long as. They do it Kyle's next up, on the fan what's up Kyle I very Bert I feel like it's way too. Long of light When you can ask for the ball obviously you can't go to. The moon because it's a long swinging from our Ernie When Aaron came up Out And now one thing that they did with them They gotta Greg Perry on I want to give. Up on them get yet even one more full can season to where they. Could really work with her And then throw them out there The problem with that? Is well what about the now because the now is they're still over a month left in this season, and they could use his bat his left handed bat to be contributing to, this lineup in the right now I don't think giving up on him is the answer because giving up on him means what next season trading him for what his. Value is not high calling him. You're not going to do that I think the one thing you may do is bringing in a veteran piece so. That the job isn't just squarely his Spencer is in stores what's up Spencer Hi how are you good to be. On the show thanks for calling what's up I just wanted. To, talk about one? Thing that I think a lot. Of people are. Forgetting that Some of the pictures that we've seen the, Red Sox throughout. The past week or so well we we don't really see them much Velazquez guy even Brian Johnson You know I think that, the Red Sox Like the Red. Sox stole, really too worried about the Yankees Just yet Specially 'cause Chris sale Like. A precautionary table this I thought that Spencer the first time he. Went on the deal I don't know. About that right now I don't know. About that right now when you go back on the DL that quickly, after your first trip I'm not sure. If it's precautionary. Anymore I'm not sure but when you look at this rotation at water Rodriguez has been hurt for a while Chris sale as you mentioned his on. Some kind of deal, so, you're looking. At oh and price as the anchors of this rotation drew. Pomeranz was so bad they took him. Out of the rotation the rest. Of the rotation. Features some questions native all the struggled is, last couple of starts but Chris sale is the x. factor because I have a tough time, seeing the Red Sox how many regular season. Wins they pile up I have a tough time seeing them getting to where. They need to go if Chris sales not going to, be there in October and I get that the track record of Chris sale has been him wearing down leading seasons, and so on paper it makes sense to not have them, pitch every five days especially when you had Can even have the lead that you have in. The American League east but when's he. Going to pitch again and how much. Precaution is it when you go on the DL come back and then, go right back on the DO we'll. Come back from. Thoughts on Luis Severino owner he's out right now plus more your calls at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six and we'll get. To football's.

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"greg perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"greg perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The case here because you literally have from republican senators up there all three of them i guess that are all about the expulsion the guy too so as not necessarily you know i i don't know if the countless case but this is about having a process in place it also gives the question is not even so much of our nation but should anybody have their elected representative removed from office without a process and without standards that everybody knows going in and more importantly now the guy who the if the senate prison wants doug we have ethical guidelines does the ethics code so if he wants to use the ethics code every time somebody has an ethics violation they should be brought up on expulsion well bye let's see all get to seek a vital lotta people up there that have never been expelled means you can have ethics violation of fire your view forms the right way you can have all your issues like that so iggy his the issue if you don't have a process of place now's the time now's the time to do it uh and by the way when he taylor's we share this kathy great tweeted this out the talking points the people got the senators got i guess to address this issue i love this stuff key points we are horrified by the accusations this is the is the talking points is like donald trump's a crib sheet reince today reseau awful down about i hear you we one of the things right we are horrified by the accusations we hope that mr cattle way the severity of these accusations and choose to resign the process now under the who had the talking points process missile everybody says the same thing this is all the this is all the baht's this is your licht the representation in the senate can have their own opinion on things can go on do their own thinking they to get the leadership the senate talking points so that were there on the same page and they know what to think gartner all roller through ferre darrow steroid am i uh hey greg perry could you certainly from thoughts oh how rainier my own oh i.

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"greg perry" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"greg perry" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Bologna i mean it wasn't nixon who when you look at his his transcripts every second were fears have yet these guys are not oxford professors a philosophy and by the way i wouldn't want them to the i want them to be humid that that's also the irony it's like when bill clinton said i don't inhale it was like you could you meet you would handle or when barack obama gets did say in alburz like the idea that we have to feel guilty about all of these things like we're all humans we curse some of us drinker smoke pot or do some other chat at just two twos mentioned a couple of other qualities that i think uh trump does have uh you know when you face a lot of conflicts there is some research i and remember who spied pick made by greg perry at texas tech if i'm not mistaken he looked at what what types of leaders do people wish to elect as a function of the environment is there for example war or not and so our preference for a particular type of leadership style changes as a function of the environment as you would expect well to the extent that we now face a lot of chaos with terrorism with the immigration problems and so on i would have predicted that someone like trump a guy who appears to be a bit reckless appears to be as though i am i going to press the red by than a might not going to press it even though he's not going but the fact that he he exudes those types of signals i think to a lot of people that is equality because you have very dangerous guys in the neighborhood who might feel intimidated by someone who appears to be a risktaker who appears to be a brawler and so in that sense hit another psychological reason why a lotta people might have latched onto him so it also goes to show why when obama or hillary wouldn't say radical islamic terror whatever phrase that you wanted to say uh and trump would you say anything each so trump is just giving them the red meat they were going to give me thumping give me something that makes sense then trump says i am it's probably over the top right with their own well at least at something exactly right uh i should mention i know that we both.

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"greg perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"greg perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Media to get it done and not even a uh there's something off here as i started off saying this morning you try to go back and sort of reeve rewind your brain rewind the tape and say what is it what is it when you can get someone who is upset meeting speaker he's upset he wants to protect the process of the budget negotiations he's not going to to budge he's not gonna make a move he could go on longer than you think they are other people in the senate he said that just don't want to see a tax cut they don't wanna lose their money they don't wanna get left i slip out of their hands he said all of these things and then within fifteen minutes we got him to say fine okay i'll do it house that all be the bigger person so why did that happen on friday morning when for two and a half weeks or what have you the governor just couldn't get them in the same room to room so either she leaning one way or the other is completely out of touch with what's going on not listening to the cities and towns not listening to the league gorgeous was too busy too busy with the whole weekend activities to really get dugin or doesn't have the leadership skills to say with a knock it off what the heck get it done and i want to play again the part we did find it because we were kind of going back here on a on a monday morning where i was a you know i was news to me that the governor had reach out to the speaker of the house several times and couldn't get anywhere and the speaker was trying to as i would say not pile on the governor but also in no uncertain terms she in convince them here's that part i'll i have in front of me a note saying up from greg perry works for the speaker of sorry for the senate president's office he has been in regular contact with the governor and her staff have you been in regular contact with the governor mike baptized absolutely so she has called over the last two weeks uh i've.

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"greg perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"greg perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Website but were kind of winging it is we go here because it you know what i don't figure in the mood leader there are things that you guys want to talk about you know sometimes you try to wreck the conversation in it's like trying to pull your dog in the opposite direction that he doesn't want to go we have a new poppy and sometimes she just puts her paul i like i not gold with you man i don't care if you're the alpha male i don't care if you're the master of not go in your direction the one thing that i did learn and i was listening to buy had a couple of interviews this morning for the hummel report that will be coming were back next week the the one thing that i did learn in the course of my i've had listened to tara granahan on with us speaker mattiello in what came out of that interview with it the speaker is gonna get atletico they've got a schedule he just call is that terrorism second off the phone with you on medical donny get them out of the national governor as conference klanbake and get the think are all scheduled monday and then they go to greg perry who is the senate president's spokesman eddy says yes we will receive the call thank you for all of that he'll be there available at the year just call it right we gotta announcing go through five layers of people what i find very interesting is i have learned in the course of my comings and goings and this was confirmed by greg perry who i had the pleasure of speaking to this morning probably after he spoke to the journal the say that they would take the call on the set a precedent and i have not seen this reported anywhere the senate president sent letters to forty seven house members personally so representative nick kosta representative jim hummel we just wanted to let you know that the bill that was passed by the house and then passed by the senate i person italy will be transmitting that to the governor because i'm your guy and i'm just that kinda guy that's i'm ed living on the wording i have not gotten a copy of the.

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