20 Episode results for "Haller"

Voice in Canada - How to tell 2nd Gen from 3rd Gen Echo Dot

Voice in Canada

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Voice in Canada - How to tell 2nd Gen from 3rd Gen Echo Dot

"Hello and welcome to Sunday. Sunday is the day that I like to answer questions from the community and looking through the facebook community. I noticed that question from Dave Clement. And by the way if you're not part of the community alien say in Canada DOT CA slash community. His question is does anyone know how to tell an echo dots second-generation from an echo dot third-generation? I'm hoping there's something tactile well. We had a couple of people chiming in there and fantastic. Thank you for doing that. Christine Duprey haller and says the dot three is covered by a fabric and the dot to would feel plastic and that is absolutely true so the the second generation dot has a plastic side where the third generation dot is covered by a fabric type and then James Jury said the second generation is smaller shaped like a hockey puck and the third generation is sort of swollen around the jets putting it and would feel more like a plastic donut. And that's exactly right as well so bottom line. The big differences are the second generation. Has Plastic feel around the side it really is essentially shaped exactly like a hockey puck whereas the third generation has a fabric coating and it is more rounded on the edges. That's the difference between the second and the third generation. Thank you for your comments Christine and James and thank you for the question. Dave and I hope that is helpful. And we'll talk to you again. Tomorrow have a great rest of your weekend brief. Cast DOT FM.

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Moment of the Day (3/8/21)

Boomer & Gio

06:43 min | Last month

Moment of the Day (3/8/21)

"Any doubt what this is. Haller colleen bothered that greg said. He's got some stress in his life and annoyed that we don't talk enough sports. He put her in her place. We open up the show about sports. Jerry does four updates in our. I mean the four updates our show once an hour about sports so sorry that you're not getting exactly what you need colleen all four hours of the show. You know what they are going to have to call oprah and you're going to have to have a sit down i mean my god. That's what i think boomer coal and there's some people have really you don't know a damn thing about what's going on in my life not ten john a second. I'm not done cheese fries sakes now. Let's offensive don't worry about it. Sports radio by the way. It's not because guess. What if we sat here and did four hours a boring as sports radio. Nobody would be listening. Maybe colleen would be happy broke down. Don't contest for four hours. We ain't doing it. We're not honestly. What is colleen want us to do. You wanna talk about jeff. Mcneil errors four hours. Those days are over there over. Go watch it on. Youtube colleen god you know. It was probably got more stress than me. Your husband okay. No i'm not okay. I'm still annoyed. Guys have a great monday moment of the day. Ask you decide what. I like more though. I like the rep. Assad more like the on yale more on iraq's i don't know but that's what the killer drinkers drink by the way just the constant migos rep assad or the casa migos on gay little edge off. Know which one's which one's the white the blanco the block. I got murdered for drinking at awesome. Well i don't understand what's wrong with the wrong with love the block. Oh but yeah. They say the other over for the pallet. So here's the thing if you if you're making like a margarita or a mixed drink the blanco is the way to go if you're if you're sipping on tequila or tequila dipper then you go with the others. 'cause a club soda and some lime. It was fantastic. No of course it is delicious. I love red solo cup. Because i like it. That way of making a mixed. The broncos great sure but if you like oh key and vanilla and all these different flavors. That the have you jerry jerry. You just do it your way you. That's all you have to do. Everybody else shove it unless you drink red wine in diet coke i. I did that as a joke. That one night wasn't terrible by the way That's interesting but you wouldn't do it again. probably not. But it wasn't the worst thing i've ever had. It really wasn't it was fine. He didn't feel like dirty doing it. Like mixing the to know. Why would i feel no. I don't know there's just something about. I don't know for whatever reasons strikes me so weird like i guess. It was a cheap bottle of wine if it was like an eight dollar bottle of wine or something. But if i had one of eddie's dog wines one used which was good. It's not nice. Why is that nice. So he worked so hard. And then you porn diet coke. And i enjoyed it jerry. You just do you man. That's why don't you worry about you. Don't have to apologize for you know. I still have a one bottle of the eddie dog wine that is in my collection so maybe i will try it because it's one of those things you know you don't knock it if you haven't tried it type of thing. Yeah so i'll give it a shot. I'll give it a shot and his dog wine. You're not gonna spit out. I promise you that people say tastes like a sangria that's why they say it's i would say so. He's probably the same people that the fake like they like. Whiskey please no faking. Like they like wish. Yes i do being a about this or we could just do this. Let's go by rubbing alcohol drink. No whiskies awesome. Fact i should. It's so good. It's also a refined palette thing. Ask jerry you can get to that refined palate by sipping on the whiskies. So jerry you know just as i was saying you. Do you let loss my point. Is people that dream and criticized this. I can criticize that if you want to criticize i. Don't i'm just saying you do you man. That's all that matters. What about cigar smokers. I feel the same way. Like jerry does about whisky. Drinkers really likes to cigar. They don't even inhale it's what's the point of it. We're not doing with it. I will say though that it does. It does have a a relaxing effect. And it's like you could sit down smoke a cigar in and talk to somebody. It's like it gives you reason to socialize over something like you know. What else has a relaxing effect. We'd that's true. Yeah it does so that smoke that you could but there's maybe some people don't wanna get high you know and they feel like this is something where i'm not getting high. It can walk out of here. I get to my car. And i drive home. You know but like the cigar bar sitting in a cigar bar and a comfy leather chair shooting the breeze with somebody in there. What's going on something like that doing that. A couple times a year can get into that. I want father-in-law loves the cigars. And he'll come up a couple times a year. Obviously kobe. it's different. We always go to cigar. That's what he wants to do. And i'll sit there with him. I'll smoke a cigar with him and then we'll talk and then we'll talk about what's going on. It's like a nice little social thing breaks the ice. I mean that's just my experience. How about the pipe. You inhale the pipe the pipe. I don't have a pipe. What do you mean do i in all the pipe like you. Don't inhale a cigar ain't no you. Don't you cigarette right. What do you do with the pipe. What what's in the pipe tobacco tobacco. Sure i. I'm not sure i think so. I'm not i'm not positive with a smell fantastic. Yeah but but if you're not inhaling to cigar is it just sitting in your mouth burning well know you getting you inhale it just you. Don't go down to your lungs. It goes into your mouth. You do puff on it. Okay but you. You don't go all the way down into your lungs and like a cigarette because then it would just destroy you but you puff on it. It's like like people you know when they say. Oh i smoked but didn't inhale puff on something and not like have it down into your lungs. And that's what cigars are. Why don't we do that with cigarettes. And they'd be much healthier right. I guess but people like it. They get addicted and they smoke it all the way down into their lungs. It's easier because less smoke. You trying to get the pipe who said that. Jr smith to somebody on a dm. Yeah jr smith you looking for to be trying to get the pipe. I'm not an expert on any of these things so you know no. I don't think anybody really is just just talking about it that's it.

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Ep. 155 | Kip Childress (NASCAR)

The Down and Dirty Show

1:00:43 hr | 2 months ago

Ep. 155 | Kip Childress (NASCAR)

"Today's episode of the racing writers podcast is brought to you by the rose villa southern table in bar located in ormond beach florida. The roseville offers southern inspired cuisine. A beautiful building with a casual atmosphere built in the late. Eighteen hundreds roseville oh was established as a bed and breakfast in nineteen. Oh one next to henry flagler orman hotel. When you visit the rose villa whether for a casual cocktail or leisurely dining experience you'll be struck by its nineteen twenty five with its custom wallpapered walls and ceilings and the bold cranberry apple green colors. The rose villa also offers plenty to experience before after your visit outside. The gazebo is open for cocktails lunch. And dinner and inside make sure to ask about their secret door if you're planning a visit to daytona for any of the nascar races this year. This is a stop on the itinerary. In the meantime visit rose villa restaurant dot com to see for yourself how inviting the roseville is. The roseville is located at forty three west granada boulevard in ormond beach florida. Hello everyone welcome. Racing writers podcast. I'm your host. Kelly crandall now that this episode is live. I'm excited to share it with you. But friends i have to tell you. This episode was a labor of love and one big case of hating myself. I was editing conversation with kip children's over the weekend. And i wanted to have it done before i left for daytona on sunday morning given that i spent a large portion of saturday editing because it was a one hour conversation and i edit manually minute by minute going through and deleting words all the on whatever other messes we've made along the way. I finished editing. The file around seven forty five pm and long story short because i was also working on clipping out cuts for social media. I ended up leading the edited clean version of the conversation. It is here for you today. And it's on time. But just know i had to edit it twice and just because it's a one hour file doesn't mean takes one hour to edit when you're listening to it you're stopping and starting and cutting it takes some time. But i want these episodes to sound clean and crisp review. And i put the time in with this one for sure. So i really hope you enjoy it. Let me tell you. More about kipp. Children's he is the assistant cup series director with many responsibilities. That we're going to hear about today. He is the guy that is instructing haller drivers when and where to park. He is calling race teams into the garage every morning and so much more. That's the first part of our conversation. The second part is about his other role. Which is the sunday pace car driver. Kip has the honor of being out front of the field before the green flag end under caution. And there's a lot more that goes into that job we're talking the importance of cruise control and being sure the race track is ready to go. He also share some great stories about the pace car involving drivers and celebrities and he even explained just how much of the race he actually sees. Kip was a tremendous conversation. What's amazing is and you're going to hear about all. He does a nascar and let me also say when he has the time when he somehow finds the time. He's also the public address announcer for quite a few teams at north davidson. High school. someone likes to be busy. Some other nuggets about kip. He's been with nascar for over twelve years and has spent time as an assistant series director in the expenditure series garage. He's also a former director for the in pro series east and west and one more. He managed the radio truck when it was known as the bush series. Kip is a jack of all trades. So here today is kept children's to talk about being the cup series assistant director as well as the pace car driver. As i said a minute ago. Thanks for doing this. I'm looking forward to it but right at the top. Kip childress lech. To set the record. Straight you are in no way related to richard childress. Because i'm sure that has come up. Many a time in your career must entered. Answer is not nearly close enough. Because yes i have been asked that a time or two and it doesn't help when we live in the same county in the same state so Yeah we're ten minutes from each other neighbors yet. Doesn't help well again. I'm glad to have you on the show were still in the off season. Daytona of course is coming really quick though. I wanted to get an overview though of what you work on during the off season because you have two titles one is pace car driver. Which of course you're not driving pace cars right now but as a system series director in the cup series. What is maybe on during the off season. What are you handling. What is the big things you gotta take care of. Just kinda give me a rundown of how an off season looks like for you. The biggest thing that we work on. Or then i'll work on his logistics right so we're in the middle of putting together event schedules at least in the early draft forms. Now so we can start to plan out the movement of the haulers and not just for us. It has to mesh with the other series. That are there too so like when we're in conjunction with the truck series the xfinity series and even when we rented some tracks where there may be another sanctioning body there to all those have to come together on an offense schedule and believe it or not. We've got drafts out now. For every event leading up to the final race in phoenix once again. They're in draft form. So they'll change quite a bit as we uncover. Maybe a challenge that we encountered last year. That we don't want to necessarily encounter this year but a lot of it is just getting prepared for the movement of each individual vehicle that enters that garage and with a heavy emphasis on toner with it being this season opener. Logistics are fascinating to me because especially when it comes to having to oversee an entire garage and you mentioned right there. You've already got drafts. And all already looking ahead to a full season on a race weekend. Water some of the details that go into managing the cup garage that we may not even think about that. People may not even realize part of your job description of just things you have to handle when it comes to that garage area. A large portion of that has to do with the team haulers and their truck drivers their point a contact. When it comes time for anything they may need From even it starts when they start staging their haulers off property somewhere because they will typically arrive if we parked in the evening alike. We do a lot of tracks that we go to the arrived throughout the day. so anything that may pop up that they need once we get the holler parked in it. Becomes the movement of the cars. Do inspection now j. fabian. Our series director he oversees the inspection portion of it so all of well the technical aspects of it so that kind of helps me because that way i can only focus are only have to focus on just getting we joke about. I'll get him the cars. He inspects them then. We raise them then after the race when we captured them on pit road. I'll get into cars once again. And then he can inspect them so i moved the things around and he does the technical work and we joke about that. It takes everybody. You know we've got all of our officials that obviously have their specialties. When it comes to that as well but the big thing that i try to do is just make sure that things are moving in the way that they do. And if there is a glitch anywhere in that garage area they reach out to me and then can reach out to the appropriate person at the draft. That's a good segue. Because i was gonna ask i feel like you probably become maybe a sounding board for competitors down to a masumi little things like where the bathroom is or where this goes and things like it or not. Yeah do you become the guy that gets to hear the feedback of what the teams in the garage. Do and don't like sometimes you feel like a Walmart greeter right so when someone comes in you're right we get the question of where the bathroom is But it's so much more than that. It's even funny when back recode when we had fans in the garage would not be uncommon for fan to stop me and ask me those questions. and i think just because they're here me give answers so they feel like i'm the one to go to sometimes but yeah it's everything from. Hey you know. The power just went out in our garage. So you're on the phone quickly. Either with our race ops folks to get them to help out with drag or a lot of times we have a contact directly with someone with operations at each facility just again it just seems like there's so much that goes into it than what any of us myself included. Think about you think you just show up and it just the magic happens and it's incredible of all the behind the scenes stuff that it takes to get these cars on track. Make sure people in the right places in the garage throughout a race weekend kit again before we get to sunday. When you're in the pace car you just went through a laundry list of things but what else may be are you doing. Where are you positioning yourself. What are the biggest things you handle throughout a race weekend. That's on your checklist. Before then sunday comes around and you get to go being the pace car so especially since we have Adopted all the protocols that we have with the covid pandemic probably the biggest thing is just making sure the teams come in based out now. We staggered the intro for the teams and it begins when they show up to be screened at the security station. The health greenie station when they come in. We follow that same schedule to bring them in the garage as well that way. We don't have seven hundred people waiting at one gate. So there's forty crew chiefs the dow will call every day that the teams come in and we'll bring them in Sometimes you know five minutes apart from one another what that allows them to do they go straight to their haller. They don't have to now even short pass once they get to the garage dig restricted their holler offload the car take to inspection and if it passes the first time put it on the grid. Not we've got a designated area in the garage for them to go and make the necessary adjustments but a lot of that is just making sure that we don't have a bottleneck anywhere where nowadays you don't wanna crowd of people all over top one another so if we keep the flow moving. Sometimes it goes quickly through. Maybe we speed that process of bringing the teams in there have been times where talladega last year comes to mind where had to send out a group message all the crew cheese. Hey if i don't call you when you expect me to don't panic. I've not forgotten about you because things may be going just a little slower. Sometimes to speedway inspection process takes a little longer. So just sit tight in your car. And i'll call you when it's time for you to come in one thing. We heard back from the teams is. They actually preferred that rather than coming around at stanford around in the garage especially if the taught or if it's raining or cold or whatever the conditions may be outside if they're able to stay in their car and wait for the phone call. It certainly beats standing in a line in the elements basically waiting around to take their turn inspection so try to keep that flow going. Keep the people away from one another as best we can. It is a busy day leading right up to the time that we get all the costume inspection get ready to race. You save busy day. I'm curious because i've noticed. Of course the few times. That i was at the track under the different protocols. Everybody has as you're talking about an assigned time of when they can come in because with the checkpoints. Now yeah even us. Does that make the day a little bit longer than normal though because as you were just talking about your calling teams in separately so i would think that kind of backs things up in the sense that you probably have to account for a little bit more time since everybody's staggering and not coming in at once if that makes sense does it make the day a little bit longer to make sure you're getting everybody in and still giving them the proper amount of time race actually. It doesn't because the one thing that we've noticed is it takes x. Amount of time to inspect a race car so if the car is still in the trailer or if it's in a line if the team is stealing their personal car versus standing with their race car in a line it's still takes the same amount of time to inspect the race car. That's managing that flow comes in to make sure that the station has a car waiting for it. So they're not sitting empty. Sore inspectors aren't sitting there doing nothing so as long as we keep that flow going. We really haven't seen and added amount of time if anything. We've probably seen our inspection time meaning that from the time. The first car hits the chassis platform to the last time. The car leaves the os s. That's probably tightened up this two touch and a lot of that comes with preparation from teams. To which is a whole nother element. I know in the talks that i've done either on the podcast for stories on racer dot com about all of these protocols and how much the industry's had to adapt almost a year now crazy to think we're almost coming up on a year since this is come into play so i know talking through a lot of people that it's been a group effort to put all of these protocols in place and and it seems like many people have played many different roles in helping in that regard. How much of a role did you play when it comes to offering input for protocols since you know the garage well you know what goes on in the garage. Who's in the garage and how it runs. How much input and feedback did you have of. This is what we should do in the garage. Could work and things like that. If if you kind of understand what i'm getting at just in the sense of were you one of the voices of the people for what you think would be important to implement as far as protocols in the garage area for the teams so one of the voices for sure because there were a lot of in so backup to march thirteenth. When we all came home from atlanta there was a large amount of unknown. What's next or we're gonna do. And then things slow to started to come together and steve o'donnell reached out to the folks in the competition department and he basically. I know it wasn't steve. Put different folks in different buckets per se to come up with all right when we're bringing teams in. Want this group working on what we need to do to make that happen and to satisfy the protocols but make sure that we run our race or run our events successfully. I was a part of that and it was really. I think a lot more listening from my standpoint sitting back and listening to what we needed to do to satisfy the protocols. John bobo tom brian thompson dell they were kinda my points of contact leaders of our group that we worked with to make sure that we were doing things to satisfy all the state and local governments that implemented all the rules any individual state visit so from that standpoint. It was okay from competition element. What do you need. How much time do you need. How much space do you need. Because we had to get creative a lot of times with how we even park the haulers. The make sure that we satisfy some distancing there so i think once we had about two or three months under our belt then it became a routine almost then we were just basically checking boxes as opposed to having to create something but yeah it was a small voice but I think it imported group that helped get our group on racing back on track and putting on shows for the fans you say holler parking and i was going to bring that up pre covert and then in the covert area. Two things stood out to me and twenty twenty about holler parking. The i was darlington. When racing came back the thing that stood out to me. I got to be one of the four media members onsite. And i'm looking in the infield. And i said you know it doesn't look as empty as i thought it was going to be because of course there's not as many people there and then i realized it was because will you can make it look like that because everybody is spread out and there's haulers places that were not used to seeing haulers. The second thing that i wanted to touch on that was absolutely fascinating. And i urge people to go to your twitter page because i think you posted about it and might have posted a picture martinsville. Everybody knows martinsville is the tiniest race track to get haulers in in general and you gave these holler drivers the task of parking one. Going one way another going the opposite way and so on and so forth and to see them pull. That off was incredible in a space like that. Just take me through. I having them do that. Maybe their reaction and then watching them pull it off so our holler drivers and i would say the holler drivers across the three national series. I don't know that we ever got any real pushback from any of those guys It was pretty much of. What do we have to tally. We through this atom and there are a couple of the guys that i would call and say my crazy for thinking this or do you think we can make this work in every time and especially the martinsville race. They were all aboard now. We had to get creative with the order that we brought them in The row that maybe we brought them in to make sure that all of those different areas cleared out that would would normally use but what we learned at martinsville. We were able to apply to other tracks to we parked in every other one parking the opposite direction at pocono at a homestead at smart kentucky. We may have. I don't recall that there. They all kind of run together but any time. We had an opportunity to do that. We would learn something at one track. Mars will be in one of those to be able to apply to facility. But yeah it's actually kinda cool. And i think the little video deal that they did on the motor trend. App was really neat to see. Of course they threw in ballet music on top of that which is kind of interesting but it really showcased. How great our drivers are they're able to really put those trucks in some pretty unique spaces. That don i don't think your average over the road driver would be able to do but they take a lot of pride news trucks. They don't want him graduate of them up to better illustrate for people. What i was meaning is if you think of martinsville speedway the haulers all face the front stretch. So in this instance just picture one would face the front stretch. The next would face the backstretch and so so forth alternating down the line haller. Parking in general kip. How nervous or how stressful. Or how specific do you get watching these guys just on a weekly basis. Come in that you want them to just up to your standards. I guess you would say of following the plan that you've laid out for them. It's sets the tone right so if you have especially on a event if we park the same day that we open the garage. Which i think we'll see some more of that In twenty one it sets the tone if you have one hiccup. That really bogs things down. It has the potential to bog the rest of the day down in now. Especially you know. You don't have time to give back for errors like that. So it's a little nerve wracking but you know enjoying the challenge. And like i say we've got some of the best truck drivers and not only that the crew our crew our staff that helps us park these drugs in a given week man. They're on it. It's a voice in a window. I need you to move over a little bit on to turn the wheel. This way i need you. I need you to move over three more inches and for them to put that eighty foot tractor trailer three more inches one way or the other. So it's not just me. It's star officials in its Truck drivers free to the teams. That take pride in making a ride. Making it luke ryan but it does it sets the tone i guess i get pumped up for it especially when we have those challenges like we had at martinsville. It's exciting and then when you finish when that last one pull the air brake and you look back and you can kinda sticky. Just a little bit know that. Hey man this word. And i would think it has to be important for you to know everyone. You're working with not just the hauler drivers but you would probably have a good relationship with all those teams in the garage. Because as we mentioned before you've become the sounding board you're the person that gets the feedback. Do you take it upon yourself and make it a conscious thing to know everybody on the team to basically be comfortable with everyone that maybe an open door policy of back and forth of again. Just what's going on in the garage areas. I'm going to be on top of things. I know everybody. I know where people should be an at the same time. Those teams know you hope so. It's tough and sometime. I guess this comes with age. I've gotten terrible with remembering names a lot of times if you end up remembering a name is generally not for a great reason. Especially this'll be. My third season in the cup grades there a ton of faces that i know but maybe not remember a name. I'm trying to get better. That like i said a lot of times. If you're having to remember a name is because they've done up to maybe they shouldn't have so it's a good feeling to know that when they do have a question or they do have a problem that they feel comfortable enough. Pick up the phone and shoot me a text or give me a call or search out in the garage. The i mean even through the all season the hauler drivers. We have a chat room that we're all part of pan. It's an open dialogue in there about what may have coming up. They know that there's a lot of times. I can't give him a concrete answer until he nailed them. No other things down but they still reach out and ask and it's to a point. Where if they have a question. That may not even pertain to the racetrack. They know that a list though. No doubt on the chat room and see maybe i can help out with it or even one of our other holler drivers can help out. I think what that boils down to is the fact that as much as we're altogether there really is a great camaraderie that we have in the garage. A family atmosphere will. We spent a lot of time with these folks in the garage so it behooves us to make sure that we're doing things that make them comfortable. Make the majority there and if helping them out as part of that then i'm all for it. I'm the same way more of a face kind of person than struggle with names. But if i see you're out if i see your face i'll remember who you are. Maybe i can remember how to ask some questions too. I feel like i'm struggling. Here kip During the week do nascar. Officials have their own type of debriefing. We of course hear teams. They have competition debriefs on. Maybe monday or tuesday officials you guys after race weekend as over. The cars are loaded. Backup sunday night. They're headed home. What is your week. Look like in terms of putting that race weekend behind you and then focusing ahead to. What's next tuesday is always our big meeting day and it does exactly that and typically have a handful of meetings throughout the day with different departments within the company to put one race behind. You talk about things that we could have done. Maybe a little bit differently are a little better and talk about things. Went right so we make sure that we do those things again. When the either we visit that track the next time or if it applies to the next track and then we quickly put that one to bed and go right into what needs to happen in the upcoming week and a lot of times the tuesday before race it's more or less final touches. Button things up Because we have already had meetings leading up to those events but the tuesday has all right anything we need to kinda tidy up for. We get there anything. We may have overlooked but tuesday's typically that day and it's i don't know how we ever landed on that. It's been that way for as long as i've been there media's everybody has a chance to take a breath on monday but i know that would typically a seven day week operation but yeah we typically use that tuesday to kind of put things to bed and get for the next one before we jump in sioux some pace car stuff which i'm really looking forward to asking about. You are a described third generation official nascar. And i think that's really unique and really fascinating. We always hear about third-generation drivers or second generation this that i don't know if i've ever heard the phrase third generation official and i think that's really cool and i don't know if we have time to go through your entire background because i know you've worked in many different series and have overseen many different things but if there is maybe a cliff notes version of just your family history and kind of how you got here and who came before you to make you a third generation official so my grandfather on my dad's side of the family gaither children's was his name. Everyone called him gate but he was the chief. Stewart at bowman gray stadium before i was born and sadly my grandfather passed away before i was born so i never had the chance to meet him. I've heard a lot of great stories about him. But those were the days when nascar really just getting his legs up underneath it and they would sanctioned races that different tracks throughout the carolinas. Back when there were you know literally ten tracks within a thirty mile drive. You know so. I mean you could Winston salem there were actually couple of three tracks in winston salem. He's asian speedway ball mugabe sandy. Great my grandfather would work with bill senior with inex- daly who happens to be my great uncle. So between those three small area with alvin hawkins who promoted gray promote races at various tracks throughout north carolina. Jump ahead to my father. Who was a nascar official. From the time. I was born up until i was twelve or thirteen years. Old dad was the. I remember him as the I guess my earliest days of going to the track member. The daytona dash onto dash the goody's dash series. Dad was really instrumental in getting that series up running back when they were the baby. Grand vision. I mean i can remember going two tracks and really just being a thorn and everybody side because my dad runs the seriously you're going to do and so i would follow them around while he was doing that. And then that kind of led to him being charge of what is now the xfinity series when the xfinity series went from being a regional. Basically they would run at all the tracks around the areas and have big races that some of the drivers will go to when they i guess in eighty two when it really got going as a series of national series that was involved with plenty of that series so i followed my dad. It was really kind of funny. We would go to some tracks and for him to find me something to do so. It's data his hair. Whatever more than one opportunity to get a scoring stan and have a scorecard but in front on. Hey you're going to keep score for this car for this race. And of course the very first i can tell you the story of the very first race. I remember doing that. We were kingsport tennessee. And i'm not sure if it was mars kaffir who the chief score was for that event. Beheaded me scorecard. For jack ingram and jacking up in that race while i was convinced because i was scoring for him and i was a good luck charm and i needed the score for him all the time but they never would let me score the same carl and granted it was. Here's something to keep me busy. I was not the official score for that car but it was just kind of funny. It was always someone that would run up front and more often than not someone would end up winning a race or running really well and i was convinced it was because of me but you know those types of things so as a kid i mark classmates from elementary school junior high and high school. They will tell you that i was either with. I would draw racetrax. i will draw race cars. How would focus more on that. Sadly than would my schoolwork a lot of times. And i knew that i wanted to do something in racing and after watching dad. I knew that's what i wanna to do is to be an official. There was a time where. I wanna be a driver. I convinced my dad to get us a go. We race it. We drove it around the neighborhood. We terrorize the pits. In the neighborhood with the go-cart. But when i said anything to him about racing he still let me explain some do. Being an official is the only job you have it or race track. Were you'll leave with more money than came with. He's admit you know when you come as a racer especially you know in the lower levels race in your buying tires. You're buying gas. You're buying pit passes you're paying for entry fees you're doing all this to get negate and you unless you're really good. You're not making any money and as an official don't make it lot of money but at least at the end of the day you're able to leave with a little bit of money and so now viewed it from a standpoint of and i tell my kids all the time now that i have the job that i have and i've been with our company off and on since ninety five i have the ability to be around race car to be around racetrax to be around our industry all the time. I never could get a paycheck for it. It's not a bad deal. it's really. I think i am the living example of the fact that you know if you want to do something and you put your mind to it you have the ability to do it so i feel fortunate and i love the fact that i can say that you know my grandfather did this. My dad did this. And i'm able to do this too. And it's really cool to go back and hear stories about folks who had an interaction with my dad and my grandfather. A loves chocolate myers sometime with some some of the stories he tells about because he was able to be around both of them. But it's quite an honor to be that third generation official. You said you knew you wanted to be an official after seeing dad and everything. But i'm always fascinated by racing families because i always feel like it's almost something to wear that second or third generation. Just feels like they have to do. It just feels like they have to continue what the family is doing. That doesn't sound like it was the case for. You didn't feel like you had to follow in their footsteps. It seems like listening to what you just said that it occurred you very early on. You wanted to do that. Like i said in my early teens is when. I really knew this that avenue that i wanted to take where i was concerned. I guess is my dad. He left nas car. Why did you say when. I was thirteen or fourteen fourteen or fifteen somewhere around in that area. He left the company. He had an opportunity to start his own business and he jumped on. He wanted me to continue that business and sadly enough. I didn't like that business. And i was of the mindset that you do your best work when you like what you do. I worked for him during summers and during you know when i needed a part time job i would go and work with him and i told him i said look. I'd much rather be your son to be your employees much as he wanted me to take that business. I don't want to take a business that i don't enjoy and knew that. The racing avenue was something that i would enjoy so Had a chance to go work at caraway speedway when i was twenty one or so and did that for a number of years and then when the truck series got started i'd known wayne alton my whole life wayne and buster and their dad hoot i in our grew up around those guys and so had an opportunity to meet with wayne and an opportunity to go be a truck official at the end of the ninety five season. My concern was with dad not being involved with mass car for a number of years if that would maybe be a hurdle because i don't know the conditions when dad left other than the fact that he had a chance to go start his own business. I was really kinda worried about it and as much. I am proud of the fact. That i am that third-generation official i feel like i was able to at somewhat. Get in and keep going. Based on what. I've been able to do. Many people will probably say being the assistant series director is the most important job that you have. No no not even good. But i have to admit i think being the pace car driver is probably the coolest and in my opinion the most important job because i'm fascinated by it. I'm a little jealous to be honest with you kip. Because i see you out there and see your post when you post from inside. The car and i have said to myself more than once. He's got the coolest job and probably the best seat in the house so for sure. Best seat in the house. However as i said when we were talking about overseeing the cup garage it is not as simple as just getting the car and lead the field. So what all goes into being the pace car driver and your responsibilities and things that you have to handle or be aware of when you are in that car. I think first and foremost is that you have to understand that there are forty guys behind you. That trust you to make the right decision but for their safety and for their welfare and to make it fair for competition so the very first thing when you're out there in the car leading the field as we're making sure the track is ready whether it's you know debris that may be put out on the track because a rag even at the beginning of a race you know some places we go where there's tunnel does comes to mind so there's a crossover on the backstretch when you're starting out the race. You wanna make sure that you know we're cars have been coming in and going out of that crossover trading. Now we're aided a whole lot more these days than in previous years because we have a great track services crew. We have the folks who are in our chase. Vehicles that really. They're out ahead of us or they're behind us basically tackling those tasks before we even get there so back to the question. The big thing is. I want those forty guys behind me to have complete faith in me that when i say the tracks ready they can have at. They can go racing in not have to worry about if they're going to stick when we get down to turn one and i will tell you that sometimes after a large crash couple daytona going into turn three. It seems to be calamity corner. I tso as they put down a lot of oil dried and have to go in and clean all that up man. I'm go down in there. And i know sometimes i look like the person that's got their chance on the steering wheel when they're driving down the highway. I'm that guy when we're coming to green to make sure that i've not seen anything out there. So you know along with that. There's maintaining its be we roll off the field and we set the pit road speed based on what we run in the pace car. So a lotta times folks. That are new to our sport when they see as roll off. The initial pace laps in our lights aren't on in. They're worried that maybe we forgot to cut them on. We cut those lights on when we hit the road speed and then that sends the signal to everybody that we're now this feed and a lot of times you'll see drivers that will get really close to us. I mean the pace car to set that tack to make sure that what they have in the notes that they brought from their shop is accurate to what we're running on. The racetrack will backup even further than that earlier in the week at every race track we go to we take the base cars out and we calibrate those speedometers based on the timing loops that are on pier road to make sure that when we say we're running fifty five. It's fifty five based on our computers upstairs and a lot of times it is It may seem to be unnecessary because we have same cars every week. Toyota brings the same cameras every time. We have a camera. Cheviot bring the silverados or the camaros is to appoint our asset the seat settings when you can have a memory setting for the seat. I said that every time. I have a car way if i know of someone else got in it i can go and hit a button and it puts it back to where i want it but we see those cars frequently enough that we're able to do that but we still we. Do we check those speedometers every weekend to make sure that when we tell the teams drivers were a bit roads. The because one thing we don't want to do is to have someone you call them. Erodes being because of us you're right. There's a lot more that goes into it then turns which and out in front of them. I've watched this sport and have now covered it for a long time. And i have to admit when you turn the lights on. That was just something. I didn't know i never paid attention to win the whites on the pace car. Actually come on. That is really cool. Now when you're saying you get up to pit road speed. is it true. Then that you put it on cruise control so your stay at that speed or is that a absolutely absolutely. I'll put it on a cruise control every time i'm out there. So we'll use daytonas the example where roads vs fifty five so during those initial pace laps and we typically try to hit that road speed at the end of the backstretch on the first time out i lap that way. We're not one thing that's aggravating. Sometimes it's the field will get strung out because they're slow coming off the road so we try to creep up to that speed so we don't have a huge accordion at the end of the backstretch. So we'll get the fifty five and offset the cruise turn lights on and our call the tower until them. We're erodes the every caution after that at daytona. The speed is seventy. So we'll get out there. And we'll set the cruise at seventy. And i didn't know how important that was until we were at one time. And we had a computer glitch in the vehicle and it didn't allow the cruise control to work and so trying to stay at seventy at daytona with your right foot while you're looking for debris while you're trying to not run over any track workers while you're trying to keep the field behind you doing all that as a challenge. I didn't realize it until you look down. And you're running ninety or you're running sixty or you're running whatever. This is so the big thing that the cruz helps us with stan. Consistent with our speed that we don't create that bottleneck accordion behind us again. One of the last things we want to do is to call some wanda to bump into someone. We're bumping to me. Because i'm very in the speed. How does it work when it comes to there being an honorary pace car driver. Do they have to go through a certain process and then when they're behind the wheel. How does it work with you guiding them to make sure they are doing all the things that you just talked about the you would do when you're behind the wheel. Yeah so with covid. We haven't had one in quite a while right so what we do and normally we have or ever as we have to pay scars that lead to feel during the initial pace laps when we had a honorary driver. We would actually. I'll step one step back again the way we used to do this as we would have to officials in a pace car. The driver and one person in the right seat moore is on the track. Different people two different switches with the lights on so you would put the driver in with the person with the right hand. See the official in a right hand. See what we would do. After they would make their laps is then the honorary would have to jump out. Face would have to jump in your plugging and unplugging radios. It was a chinese fire drill at the end of road to try to make all that happen before. Caution came out so we went back and we rethought how to do this without having so much moving around so many moving parts and pieces so we actually started putting the honorary in with the that would normally be in the middle of the field. We moved that official to the front with the honorary driver. I became the pace car in the middle of the field that way when we came to one to go and i went down. Pierre odom part and it had to make any changes. There were no moving around of any bodies in the car. Any radio connection hookups. Because every time you do any of that you have a chance for failure. And then when the honorary would finish their job they would basically drive into the garage so what we would do up until that point is yes the would have a class so to speak and there were times where depending on if i was available if buster alton who was riding in the pace car with this was available when brentwood downs. Drown the pace car. Depending on who was available is who would do the training so there have been some great training sessions with noted celebrities. I'll tell you there are a lot of them. And i'm not gonna mention a whole lot of names because there are a lot of them that don't drive a lot just in general because of either where they live. The may not have a car if they live in the city. If you live in la you probably don't wanna car so there are a lot of that. Just don't drive a lot so you would literally have to explain to them from the switch on. I mean you would think that it would be you know we didn't we go. There are some that wanted to be race car drivers that you would have kinda dow back. Chip gains now uses because of picked on him a timer to and it's been cool because had some dialogue on twitter with him in the past because of it he was the most fun training happened at a time. That chevrolet were there. Were given a lotta rides on the race track to their dignitaries fees and those labs are typically around one hundred miles an hour we were texas chip gets in the car. They're introducing it to me. And i don't you. You're getting a driver's seat class starts now. You know we're not gonna out around racetrack. I'll show you what we need to do. But let's get in the driver seat. He gets in and gets buckled up. He's all excited. And i explained to them that we're going to go. Forty five miles an hour and it was like a kid at the front of the line to see sam and santa lift. It was like oh my gosh. There's no way. I'm around the racetrack at forty five of the racetrack. Forty five miles. An hour explained to him. Why and we got out there. And we poked around forty five mile an hour while the chevy is still going on hundred so they would go bowling bias. It was so funny to see his reaction when we come flying by in he was almost pouting because he wasn't able to go that fast. So we went through our training session. He did a great job. He was so serious about wanting to make sure he didn't screw it up. He did a phenomenal job. And then we put him in the car and he was either with ryan. Newman or terry labonte. Those were two of the guys that were giving rides that day and they scared him to death so that was great and at the time chip was with one of those guys. I put joanna in their kids in the car with me so we got out. There had little fun to. And i'll tell you for those that have watched their show on. Tv in person. They act exactly like they do on tv what they do on. Tv is not made up at all. She gives him a hard time he embarrasses her. It is completely genuine in a whole lot of fun. I am a big fan of fixer uppers. I know exactly what you're talking about. And to your point i think chip has also talked about his experience with that so i don't think you were saying anything out of school. They're he's talked about his nascar pace car experienced before you one other funny story and we had mma fighter and i'm not going to embarrass him of the fact that that's what he does because he's an ma fighter now. I don't want him searching me out sometime soon. The we train him and i was riding with him during the pace laps phoenix and this was in the configuration of phoenix before they moved the start. Finish line to just prior to the dogleg and we were making our laps in the one thing. I used to always tell these honorary drivers as you know before coming to green. You know after one to go and the lighter out when you're on the backstretch looking review mere one final time and you look those cars swerving back and forth getting heat and retires or they'll run up a side of you you know. Those were forty anger race. Cars getting ready to go and you're in their way so we're coming through three and four and i always remind him repetitively need come in this time need. Tom needed coming this time. So they don't mess up in stale so about the third time. I told him we need to come. In this time he turns on the left. Turn signal main. You don't have to turn turn sing along. They know where you're going. But he did he turns and long before he came down the road and i laughed and laughed and he didn't get it he didn't understand why laughing but it was okay. He had a blast and at the end of the day. That's what matters that they have a good time. Well better safe than sorry. He was practicing driving. At least he gets bonus points for that. Correct me. if i'm wrong kip. I believe over the years. It is now changed to where you are also wearing safety equipment in the pace car. I don't believe it was always that way right where you now also have your own protective equipment. Yes so when we had the accident with pablo daytona. I think it opened a lot of is to how many folks that weren't in protective equipment needed to be and the pace car was one of those areas the pace car the flag. Stand even or spotters around racetrack. So we have our own firesuits. We have our own helmets. We have all the protective nomex undergarments that we wear everything that really and truly are pit road officials. they're wearing. We are too with the only difference being that. We're in face helmet and a lot of it has to do with the fact that you know at the time we had a person in the right hand seat like i was telling kovic is taken that right hand see person out of the pace car so it was just one person in there but yeah we have to wear all that equipment as wells back to what you said. Just a second. You better safe than sorry. I'd much rather have that on. In the event that something crazy does have use that one. Pablo accident A lot in speech. Especially when i was working with some of our regional series of canaan pro series. The time that i would go with our modified to you would have a promoter that once you brought up maybe something. We like to see them change at the track. What that's never happened. We've been open for sixty years. We've never had something happened there in my standard of that. You know we never had a car crash into a jet dryer. Anything can happen especially when you think it won't so yeah. It's better safe than sorry. I always used that example when explaining the safer barriers to people that we in this sport have seen all will. They'll never crash there and then they crash there and realized we knew safer barrier. I guess on that topic. What's maybe the craziest or unexpected thing you've ever seen from inside the pace car well Texas laughter. Oh let's see. I don't really have a crazier unexpected thing. I always get asked. How many times of has a driver bumped into you. And one that seems to have found my bumper on more than one occasion is kyle busch. It was an affinity race actually a number of years ago. We were in the closing laps of the race. One of the things that we do do. Is we fluctuate our speed. Sometimes if there's large cleanup that needs to happen on the track you know. Sometimes we will slow speed by five mile an hour sometimes ten to make sure that our say crew can get off the track to make sure that a jet dryer can blow off or whatever the case may be so we fluctuate deaths be to allow more work to happen. We were at bristol. We were in the waning laps of a race. And i was told to slow down the tower. Say gimme five and give me five more at bristol. Your pay speed is thirty five when you go from thirty five to twenty five. That is a large difference especially at bristol. Kyle was leading the race. Like i say we're in the closing laps. And he's wanting this race to end he's won't get to the end he's wanting to win this race and so when we slowed down the twenty five kyle did and he hit us to take the line from harry hall. He didn't just didn't rub us. He hit us. So i look in the mirror and all i can see kyle in his. I don't remember we had the yellow. Helen are not see his hands up above his head because he's wanting to go and he was frustrated with the fact that we'd slow down twenty five. He hit us hard enough. That pays cars have a transponder bracket in the place of the license plate on the rear bumper and we carry transponders as we finish the race and we typically come out of our cut out and we follow the field around the track. I look down to the inside. Buster on was ride with me. And i said buster. There's transponder over there. Wouldn't that be something about hours. Lo and behold it was so i took the bracket took the transponders. And i took it over to cows crew chief and basically had it out my hands. I said your driver did this. So i gave him the bracket and i said we need this bracket repaired before we get to the next race and it was but it was kind of funny and i asked how about the next week and of course i got a call answer that i was going to slow and i and i needed to go. He knows why we do what we do and he understands it he was just adrenaline is going into the race. He wanted to win but yeah he's nuts twenty A number of occasions. Did he win. Did it end and happy. Did we ended up being probably in a green white checker scenario. So you know you had to laps to get out there and hold off. Whoever was in second but yes he won and It's fun to give him a hard time when he gives us time so he probably wasn't as angry as he could have been. I was going to ask. Who are the drivers. Either when it's coming to the green flag to start the race so the front row or just even under caution who are the drivers that normally have the most fun with the pace car you mentioned kyle or other ones that when you look up and you see someone behind you say okay. This might get a little interesting. You know one thing. I've noticed coming from the affinity garage into the cup series garage. It doesn't happen as often as you might think. And i think a large portion of that is because the cars are so arrow dependent. So if they're ever going to nudge us it's gonna be late in the race where they've already got damaged or they're going to be at bristol or they don't care but at a lot of tracks where having a clean front end is important especially early in a race. They're not gonna do that now. I can remember when we've had a few different honorary drivers that were in the car. You know they might get a little bit of love from driver behind us. But it was more of a nudge Rather than a hit and you could feel those nudges i in. I'll tell you the ones that always. I'm amazed that they can do this with such precision is when they get debris on the grill. And they'll run up behind this to get the turbulence off the back of the pace car to get the debris off how they can get so close to us. And i never feel it. I'll go back and watch it on video after the race. Because when i look in the mirror. I don't even see their hood always easter windshield. But how to do that. And i never even feel it. It fascinates me as well especially when they're doing it at one hundred eighty miles an hour and traffic. That's even crazier a few more things for for the most part. And i'm sure there's probably. Some exceptions has certain tracks but for the most part you are stationed at the exit of pit road in a cut out kind of behind the wall so you can roll easily when you have to. What's the track with the best view. When you're parked that you get to see them coming by live all got unique views for sure. Some of the tracks are you're at a place like daytona where we parked at the cutout. At the what we call the in and out of the road course so you see a whole lot as they go by the short heading into one. You don't see a lot of the track but you see them. Come by the parking place at martinsville is always cool. Because you're parallel to the backstretch. Says they come down the backstretch and they enter three. They're driving by you We didn't get to go there this past year. Hopefully we will just coming. But sonoma's parking places kinda neat since we've added the care sale back to the course at cinema. We parked basically at the exit of the care sale. So we see them. Come down the hill towards this as they make that sweeping left hand turn and then head back up the hill up the drag strip. So that's a neat view. But they've all gather you know you need mrs about them. Some are challenging because there are some places we park where the wall is high enough or we're at such an angle or we may have enough equipment around us other restoration equipment that sits near us where we can't see and so that is a challenge and not a lot of people will realize to actually have two people talking to me or race have our race director. And then have our series director. J abrams in one ear. And either tim berman or on hamilton. The other so. They're both keeping me abreast of what's coming at us and when it's time to go j. Does that primarily so arrays director can start working on cleaning up whatever has happened on the track but jada real nice job of making sure that we know who the last car is to come by us. How much of a gap we have because sometimes if leaders pretty quick we have to stay download. Make sure we don't get up in the way that he does a good job of making sure that when we go out. It's safe to do so and the tracks clear for shower following the race when you're in the pace car you just mentioned you've got voices in your head you can see what comes across in front of you but do you have a monitor or a fan vision or are you listening to the radio call. You actually get to follow. What exactly happens or do you leave the racetrack at the end of the day and say i guess i'm gonna have to go watch it on television. She would actually happen when fans were coming to the track. We had a fan vision that we would watch it. So basically we're we. Were seeing the same thing that the big screens were projecting which helped tremendously. Because not only could we see what was going on and kind of keep up with the race but when an accident did happen we would know right away where it was what we need to be looking forward. Got there especially at a place like daytona or talladega. So when the fans weren't able to come fan. Beijing went away if there's no wonder broadcast this data to than we lost that ability so We would always try to listen to the radio broadcast and not. That serious was a bad avenue. Listen to or a bad way to get the information but because it satellite radio it was typically thirty to forty seconds behind and a place bristol. That's laps right so we would try to find the broadcast on terrestrial station And a lot of times. That was easily accomplished in sometimes. It wasn't so what on of actually started doing is avid opted. From what fans do and i have a radio doubt up to four fifty four dot. Org oh so. I can listen to the actual feed During the race now the challenge is already got race director in one ear series director and the other of run out of ears. Frost comments of this radio typically sits in a cup holder wide open. So i can hear it through my helmet through earplugs an out. Listen to what's going on the track. You know that way and then as soon as the ela comes out and have to go out and i have to turn that off. Wow so you really don't get to see the race. do you go back. Maybe sometimes if it sounds exciting. Do you ever watch race. Replay just to kind of get an idea of what was happening. That you listen to undo and i'll tell you there's a lot of times that i guess similar to what our drivers. What a lot of athletes do can watch race to see. Maybe if there's something that i could have done better we came out onto the track not this past year that season before and i want to say it was a kansas and there was a situation where the leader and i'm not gonna say the leader ause didn't roll out the throttle right away so we came out on the track. We stayed low on the apron until we ran down the leader. Coming off to as we're coming up the track. Lear was coming down the drag and we had a situation where it was closer than it needed to be so i went back and watched it on. Tv a lot of tv. Don't really pick up what i do. And i went back to see how close it actually was and dang it was close. So that's when text went out to a spotter textile out to a driver. Hey the next time the garcons by the little blinky lights on about rolling out of the gas him with skin line. I have one last thing. Kip of course daytona is coming the daytona five hundred has to be such an amazing feeling for the two drivers who are on the front row. What is it like for you. Not only just every weekend to lead the field but especially coming to the daytona five hundred as you talked about earlier to have those forty guys behind you it's daytona normally it's full grandstand. Just that moment. What is it like for you. Do you get caught up in how frankly awesome. It is to be out there. Hopefully by the time that we're coming to the green. I'm kind of past that but i won't live because when you're at daytona especially daytona five hundred because it kicks the season off everything's fresh all. The attitudes are positive. Everyone has the anticipation that they're going to be in contention for championship and they're all starting out tied for the lead so there is a certain level of excitement at daytona for sure and it really hits you during the invocation during the national anthem during the pomp and circumstance that goes on during pre-race sadly we won't have that same level for this year's daytona five hundred and i hope that by the time we get to the twenty two daytona. Five hundred will have that back but even with the fans that will be there with all that chip wild has folks daytona due to make the beginning of the race special. Yeah that's when you sit back and you remind yourself i'm up the daytona five hundred. I'm around race. Cars all the time and i get a paycheck every week. This is pretty. Dang cool kip. I very much appreciate the time. I am fascinated very jealous of you being in the pace car and now that i know more what goes into it just makes it even better so thank you so much for being on the podcast and thanks for all you do and for sharing so much insight. I appreciate it my pleasure anytime as i come back here to wrap things up let me again. Extend a thank you to kick for the time as well as interest in being on the podcast. In addition to thanking amanda ellis with nascar for coordinating our conversation. You can see kit multiple times this week. In the pace car is nascar returns to action at daytona international speedway tuesday february ninth. Is the bush clash followed by the to duel races on thursday february eleventh. And of course these sixty third running of the daytona five hundred on february fourteenth happy. Valentine's day everyone at the top of today's show. I told you about the roseville restaurant again if you're going to be in daytona or the ormond beach area this year whether it's for racing or some other thing that has brought your travels there go check them out. Let them know. I sent you. Because i can tell you. It's worth it. It's a beautiful place with wonderful food. The owners and all those involves could not be more wonderful in welcoming. And i'm proud to promote them on the podcast and if you follow me on social media and you're going to hear more about them this week and i may have a discount code for you coming up next week on the podcast. I teased it at the end of our last episode. And i'm confident. I can now share some more rick. Houston will be the guest and you may know him from the scene vault podcast but rick is going to share about a separate ten episode podcast project that he's put together that's dropping on february eighteenth. That might be a recognizable. Date is the twentieth anniversary of dale earnhardt. Seniors passing in our conversation which drops on february fifteenth. Rick explains putting together a project that looks at how safety impacted the sport due to a rash of accidents. Not just dale earnhardt's. Rick covers the lives and loss of life of those five drivers. There was earnhardt. adam. Petty kenny irwin. Blaise alexander and tony roper. He dedicates episode each one of those individuals. He talked to family friends he really dug in and it's an incredible project he's put together. I can't wait to listen to it myself. And i certainly can't wait for rick to get you all excited about it by sharing details with us next week. I just hope. I don't screw up the podcast and the process like i did this week but anyway. That's coming next week. And i hope you'll join me then. Hear all about it on. The racing. Writers podcasts please.

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How Free Apps Make Money

Building an Indie Business

24:00 min | 3 months ago

How Free Apps Make Money

"Building in any business in the center of venture capital. I m alex sediments also known as supreme him on the internet. And this is the building any business. Podcast okay so today. We will be discussing How free apps make money. I split this up into Like companies and businesses in in the games. I just because it's a little different between the two discussing freemium on all the different ways that a company can make money or like software Games revenue reducers. And then my opinion are right so let's get into it So freemium on this is when in app is free but then you can also upgrade premium. So you can pay for the upgrade right And then with the upgrade you'll get extra features some will give you the access to a team account where you get on instead of getting one user on the account you can get multiple users on account The next thing you might get like support. I've seen some apps that if you're a free user you can't contact support if you need help and then also With freemium apps you might get more access like so. Let's say you're using five gigs of data a month And that's limit for free app will when you pay. You might get ten or fifteen right. So that's our freedom apps make money and then there's advertise right No there's Pay for no ads. And so some apps most consumer apps not a not business apps they have ads on their platform and they allow users to get rid of those ads If they pay for the service so they might charge yearly. I've seen something like ten dollars a year or it could be seven dollars a month right so it all depends on the app and how the app the company in like how much people are using it right. Okay now for b. two b. so if an app wants to make money from other businesses They get partner with A business so let's say for open. Podcast i partner with caproni rate and caproni becomes like the official. Um what do you call it official podcasts hosting company of open podcasts Caproni to pay me for that rate and then there's integration so I integrate caproni in open. Podcast and the night get paid for that or like every time someone uses that integration. I get paid for that. Okay and then. There's enterprise pricing right so These companies know that when a another company wants to use their product that they want more than one user to use the product maybe even like five or ten or twenty so they priced that More appropriately you'll see on some pricing pages it'll be like Free for one user ten dollars for starter and then enterprising call us They say call us because they want to. You know they have to discuss it with that company because they don't know this is okay and then there's also more ads like Azerbi to be and so how the ads are done. Are their paper. Click that means They pay so they set it up. Like oh you're gonna pay a thousand dollars right and then Once they get a thousand clicks. That's when the bill is due or they pay in advance and then Once it hits thousand clicks that's one like it ends right great So for an app there might be a banner ad banner ad which is like at the top or bottom of the app Sometimes there might be an app after no an ad after some point Like when doing a podcast app and the person finishes listening in ad might pop up when they open up the app. To change the podcast. I've seen that right So for ads that the advertising dollars they come from small advertisers not jain companies. This is because Small companies can move a little faster and giant companies have to evaluate things. So they don't really. They're not use to advertising online. And so they don't really do it. They'll spend money with the big companies The big social media companies. But and go like what an app that like as really niche is not really their Their idea or like the less likely to do that. Right okay. so now games So the first way a free game might make money is like a convention or an event in that way they get people to buy tickets buy food or drinks or whatever which is high margin as we discussed in the movie theater episode In by merchandise yeah so tickets concessions merchandise okay and then In these games they offer people the opportunity to buy things so Let's say you wanna level up your character like give them the ability to create lightning. Strike people down you can pay for that Depends what kind of game it is. Great and then they might allow characters to be customized. And so a user can pay to customize your character like The user might be able to make their character looked like a king or something like that so they would have a crown a robe Right so yeah. And then. Some games Us game with occasion. And what this is and how they do that. Is they used timers and they give you a certain amount of lives in the game so you are you have like let's say five lives day but when those lives run out you can pay Like two dollars And have those lives. Come back and you can play more and they give you the timer to show you how long you have to wait and that creates anxiety in users and get some to pay money right okay Another way a game would make money is Extra content so let's called downloadable content and it's like it might be extra. What do you call it like extra levels in the game that a user can play And it's exclusive right okay. So another one. Which i found very interesting is In game advertising so you might be playing one game and let's say it's like a deserted airport and the airport might have like ads rate. Those ads They might be real ads That accompany paid for to have in the game. Rate so yeah that's another way. I don't really have much to say about in game advertising It's there though so yeah and then there's merchandise switches Merchandise that separate from the convention. Event Okay so selling data A lot of companies make money from the data that users have And how they make data fair note coming you make data users make the data and not the company's So they make money from data. Is they use the data to get more relevant ads and the more relevant ads will lead to a higher. Roi for clients which means you'll pay more for money or for the ads so let me give you an example an example. Let's say I start my own social. Oh no open podcast. Is the perfect thing for this. Okay so I create my own forum for the podcast and I use that data to put ads. And i realized that there's a lot of discussion around microphones right. So caproni is my Is my client right now. And i realize that there are a lot of discussions around microphones and the caproni. Bruni is maybe. Let's say two percent but there are a lot of discussions around microphones and so i seek out A microphone company and there are away turns to ten dollars right so no not ten dollars. Ten percent so I charge more for the ads. Like let's say. Charge them ten dollars for the ad the first month but since the roi was so high. I charge twenty dollars a month right. So that's how free apps make money from selling data They're actually selling the data. They're just creating information they're mining the data to make more money from their current clients or get new clients right Okay so revenue reducers There's always things that will reduce a company's revenue on okay so competition This is one thing that will reduce revenue. it's not like it'll directly reduce revenue but It's a huge one for free apps. so Competition it takes away people from using your app Or maybe people might stop using your app altogether for a new one and this is because there are hardly any switching costs. I can go from one game to another or one form to another. And i could do it easily. And there's no sweat. Because i didn't really pay for anything right Yeah it happens all the time. Look at all the social media apps okay Transaction fees for monthly subscribers is another revenue producer so When someone makes a purchase on the app they have to go through the store. And the be stores like on these apps like on irs or android or i guess Microsoft store they They charge a fee for the transaction. And that a combat will reduce the amount of money that they make on be sale. Right so yeah. That's the last revenue producer opinions so the for like the past five years Cryptocurrency has grown in popularity and there are few crypto currencies that emphasize like the micro payment Like felt give or know someone. Someone could buy the crypto currency or a minute and They can give that the cryptocurrency year that crippled currency is specialized in a micro payments so a currency or a person holding that crypto currency. Could give on some of their coins to a a free app because they appreciate using that Using the app right so A micro If free app can emphasize like they can promote a new crypto currency so that people would buy and then give it to them so Free apps can benefit from the crypto currency in micro payments that are growing in value or popularity Okay I think the value of data is that the amount of data that is you're is created every day on a platform that That's where they make their money in the growth of the data because the more data there is the more information the lab in the more they could use to better their ads right so that's the value in the data. The fact that it is growing and that more money can be made from it. Not the actual data itself that's just my opinion Free games will continue to grow so there's been fortnight in that Has been very popular. But i think four nights just to start it. Some companies will now decide to make their games for free instead of having users pay for because it creates a sense of psychology Like with the airlines You're getting in a game for free and it's usually six eighty dollars so A a kid. Let's say or someone who's used to paying sixty to eighty dollars Will be more likely to spend money on customisations and other things because they got the game for free and not paying eight sixty to eighty dollars or some crippen and i think especially a subscription. Because that's every month and it's more you think about it more right so it might be like five or ten dollars. But that's every month in that five or ten dollars could lead to the sixty to eighty dollars or more right so that's something to think about. Okay i think the best way to advertise to users is in game. Advertising for games In this is because it doesn't stop the Consumer from playing the game rate Unlike with the the the pop up ads or the Banner ads and so you still get that data And make money from it right. So that's cool Another thing about in game advertising is that when a user views add of any sort like a banner ad or Like a video at the end of their lives. Recession or whatever. You're forcing them to pay for that right. Because they pay when. The data is downloaded so with game advertising. You don't the user doesn't pay for that it's already rendered in the game right. Okay but what. The one interesting question that i have. And i couldn't really find is that How is the roi measured like. Let's say i put an ad out and fortnight for open podcast. How do i know that people are seen the ad in fort night. And they are coming to open podcasts. After that How's that measured. And then yeah. How effective are the ads on free apps on right. That's another question i had. I guess they are affected because people keep doing it. So yeah okay. And then for social media just in general I've never bought something after. I seat on social media like i see a lot of alcohol ads and i don't drink so you're not getting me on that right And especially on social media Some ads there on the platform right. They're integrated in the platform. So like when you're scrolling on your schooling with adds to what you're paying for dressing and their Differentiate between content in ads so that might reduce the amount of roi that a company gets. Because it's you know it you don't notice it as much okay In the case of freemium It has one problem and that it's easy to work around having to pay more money to use a platform and this is because If it's based on data right like let's say it's based on how much photos i have stored. I just delete the The photo was that. I don't really care to store right and then go back to the freemium model or like it's say five gigs and i have like four point five. If i get a gig than i can just keep using it for free. I can keep doing that over and over right so So some apps might have Customers that are more valuable or or let's say a game user For a game company free game company might find more value in the The person that pays every month or every year for free ads than a free player because a free player might move on after a couple of weeks and they might not even reach the lifetime value of a paid player. So i kinda did the math here. And if they get five cents. A click on an ad That means the twenty twenty clicks for haller in two hundred clicks for ten dollars Someone paying ten dollars a year will give a game more money than a free user clicking on ads because it's more likely or like like the the ten dollars is more guaranteed from the paid user. Then the free user. Because they might not even reached two hundred clicks because that might take a couple of weeks or months and They the free user might have moved on by that time but since The person that paid for the game probably has more invested in the free user. They might use it for more than a one year. They might use it for two And that's more it's a greater lifetime value for Offer the company right for the free game. So yeah. that's all. I have for this episode. Thank you for listening Have a nice day bye.

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#B321 (buttinsky to buttonhole)

The Dictionary

11:15 min | 4 months ago

#B321 (buttinsky to buttonhole)

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. This is actually my fifth episode recording at once because there are only five more episodes of the letter b. after this one So i decided said hey. Let's just split it up into two. I'll do five today. And i'll do five tomorrow please. You know rate and review if you have apple if you are able to connect to apple podcast in any way please review this. I would love a five star review. It helps to get more exposure at loved to get in those charts. If for no other reason than just to say i'm in the charts and please share this with everybody you now and if you want to throw bucks my way oh i just lowered the the lowest level on patriot to one dollar a month. So it's a little bit easier and you know just just listening subscribe and have fun. This is all about fun. The first at the top of page one sixty nine. the first word is but tyskie b. U. t. t. i. n. s. k. y. or s k. I and. I think it's interesting. That at the top of the page where it says what. The very first word is the top right corner. It has the version that's s k. I even though the first one. That's mentioned is s. k y. This is a noun from nineteen to a person given to butting in also a troublesome meddler interesting. Oh so literally. It's in the name but in they have but in Plus the suffix s k y or s k which is the last element in slavic surnames. It's putin sqi. I i never. I think that's so funny. I'm going to have to call. People intensities now Next is but joint two words noun from eighteen twenty three a joint made by fascinating the parts together end to end without overlap and often with reinforcement next is buttock noun from the fourteenth century. One the back of the hip that forms one of the fleshy parts on which a person sits sure there are lots of different ways that they could have worded that. I wonder if there are other versions that they decided against The back of a hip that forms one of the fleshy parts. But it's your but it's it's your bum. It's the gluteus maximus. i remember. I think i was probably in like sixth grade. When i learned gluteus maximus which i think is the the actual name of the muscles that make the but and then number two is plural. So we have a to a this seat of the body the buttocks and then to be the one a definition for the word rump. Right next is button. How do you say this word. Do say button. Do you say button where you don't emphasize the t so much do say something else. I think it's funny. How people say these words differently. Other another one is mitten or mitten. I think there was another mutton similar to mitten mutton anyway. This is the first form. It is a noun from the fourteenth century. One eight a small knob or disc secured to an article as clothing and used as a fastener by passing it through a hole or loop one be a usual usually circular metal or plastic badge bearing a stamp design or printed again as in campaign button. when i was a kid for some reason my mom had a button maker. I have no idea how that happened but But yeah we. We made buttons. We she worked at a camp with. I was a i was a camper at and we made button for the camp. We made buttons for fun. I don't remember why exactly because i was pretty young. But yes this you put the image in then you put the pieces in and then you pull the lever and the thing that makes it a button yet. They put me to work too. So i was making buttons when i was probably like seven or eight years old. Is that child labour. I don't think so because i didn't get paid There might be laws against that right number to something that resembles a button as to a any various parts or growths plants or of an animal as now we have a sub as To a one synonym bud belong to a to an immature whole mushroom especially button mushroom or button mushroom and then to a three the terminal segment of the rattlesnakes rattle. That's a button okay We have to be a small globules of metal remaining after fusion as in assane a a s. s. a. y. i. n. g. to see a guard on the tip of a fencing foil. Three a synonym is push button three. Be something as a push button. That has the real or symbolic capability of initiating a catastrophe as a nuclear attack as in has his finger on the button. Yeah bedard presidents or leaders of countries. They have that ability. Metaphorically speaking and I'm very. I'm i'm just i don't want to jinx anything okay. Three seat a hidden sensitivity that can be manipulated to produce a desired response as in knows how to push my buttons. Oh that guy that girl. Whoever it is doesn't matter they really know how to push my buttons. Three d. a. usually box shaped computer icon that initiates a specific software function. Number four the point of the chin especially as a target for a knockout blow button lists is an adjective the phrase on the button. Synonym means exactly as in arrived at noon on the button. I like to say on the nose and then it says also exactly on target on the nose. There you go as in the estimate was right on the button. What button are they talking about there. So many kinds of buttons. This is from anglo-french. Boone means rose hip or stud from butare which means to thrust and there's more at the word but next we have the second form of button verb from the fourteenth century. Transitive is i one to furnish or decorate with buttons to a to pass a button through a buttonhole or loop to be too close or fastened with buttons and that is often used with the word up as in button up your overcoat. It's cold out there. You want to get sick. No you don't so button up your overcoat. Three eight to close the lips to prevent speech as in button. Your lip three be to close or seal tightly. Usually used with the word up again as in button up the house for winter. It's like a very big overcoat and that was transitive. Now we have in transitive to have buttons for fasten fascinating as in this dress buttons at the back. Well that is very impractical. Because you need somebody to help you button up the dress. Same with zippers. How how do you. How are you going to do that. You need to what about single people. What about people who are loan if they want to wear this dress that buttons or zippers. In the back. How are they going to do it. Guy get clever. I guess or just don't buy it next is butner a note that's That's the noun form next is button ball button ball okay now from eighteen twenty one and we just have the synonym plane p. l. a. n. e. It's the second form plane button. Okay that's interesting. We'll find out later. Next is button. Bush one word noun from seventeen fifty four a north american shrub of the matter family m. a. d. d. e. r. with globular flower heads. And the scientific name is seth lengths occidentale occidental's next is button down two words with a hyphen. This is the first form adjective from nineteen thirty. Four one a of a color talking about a collar like a collar of a shirt probably having the ends fastened to the garment with buttons one is talking about a garment in general having a button down. Collar number two is a could also be buttoned down. Con- concert conserve conservatively. Sorry it went over to the second line conservatively traditional or conventional especially adhering to conventional norms in dress and behavior as in button down businessmen shutdown. That's just me next. We have the second form of button-down now from nineteen fifty to a shirt with a button down collar. Next is buttoned up two words with a hyphen adjective from nineteen thirty. Six coldly reserved or standoffish as in a button up. Executive next is buttonhole. first form. One word oh. This is the last word of the episode. There's three forms down from fifteen sixty one. One a slit or loop through which a button is passed number two is chiefly british and they we have the synonym boutonniere. That is the thing that you put the flowers and you put it in the buttonhole. Usually there must we. I'm pretty sure boot near comes from the word button. I don't remember but it looks like it does second form of buttonhole transitive verb from eighteen. Twenty eight one to furnish with buttonholes to to work with buttonhole stitch button. Haller is a noun the one who makes buttonholes and then lastly we have the third form of buttonhole. This is a transitive verb from fifty seven to detain in conversation by or as if by holding onto the outer garments of buttonhole. It's an alternative of button. Hold with a d at the end button. Hold so we had but ten sqi but joint buttock button button ball. Button bush button-down buttoned up. Buttonhole and buttonhole. Well i think. I'm just going to pick but since key as the word of the episode because it's just the name of somebody that you call somebody who is butting in all the time That's all i got today. Thank you very much for listening. And until next time this is spencer dispensing all of this information in his book to you go by.

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Bitcoin In The Cradle

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:01 min | 2 years ago

Bitcoin In The Cradle

"Today's episode is proudly brought to you by try to cops the double bay dot com. Join up for the free biweekly video newsletter with myself my table, keep you up to date on the moves that are in this crypto market now if you want to learn how to make money within the market goes up or down go to try to call dot com. Now. Vitrey to call crypto show talking business influx. Jane? Him over to the Tacoma kryptonite show. Have you been good start to you a dight look really is going through. And having a look at the top ten another great deal happened yesterday. We we really sort of saw the market is a whole really do much a us being the exception ripple bitcoin still within its little Ryan's there between the. You know, the low and that pool bucket thirty eight eleven in the high of thirty nine sixteen on ish. We've moved outside of that. You know, there's a cradle candle. Rod then there's an awful potential for bright to the upside Saudi gyn, but wrought now stands the Redan point four percent. Fifteen dollars very little in the way of much volatility. Now, one on going to suggest here is that if we ought to break out through the high of the bullish candle, basically yesterday's kennel the day before actually then we'll have a breakout through level on the four hour, which will have signified a highlight than a high a Harnett four hours, you know, we break up through that daily kennel. We also look a little bit better again. And I'm very interested to see how that plays out of the coming day for now, we've got a theorem damn one point tune on percent against pulled back in that cradles. We just seem to be whiting waiting to see what is next and what is next. I don't actually know. I am happy to be looking. What am I doing? Happy to be looking at that. And and waiting patiently to see what actually goes on. But there's not a great deal at this moment in time that's really of any interest as far as intraday trading opportunities. Eos is down four point six seven percent and rotten a really nice spot in the daily. I'd love to see a small little bullish Candalyn to set up for cradle top set up. It's not there yet, God donnas down one point five percent, pretty ugly chops to be on the same still limited. It's not looking the best not something. I'm looking to be trading at the moment down two percent iota damn point seven six over percent pretty messy child as well ripple down three point five five percent off. So of course, a ten percent or thereabouts day yesterday with Jim was based off the back of the coin bass pro listing or whatever it was lot went pretty average is well down one point five three percent. Bitcoin cash down one point five full floor at one point four five percent. Looking great and narrow again down point nine seven percent. Now, some of the things coming across the news at the moment. Is that we are saying more and more people suggest that the bottom is in. Now, it's very very interesting thing when people do this. I mean, no one really nice. And I suppose what people are doing is. They just talking, and that's about it all the genuinely believed the ball is in and they see themselves benefiting from saying that is in for example of nemo headline in my news. It's come asses people are saying between has bottom news pro new price. Dada suggests they might be right again. It's it's so hollow. I mean, look it's good is in terms of its positive conversations that are being had. It's not good. Because the other thing that's not good as it's it's pretty Haller that there's nothing really there. We we're talking here. The next article Ripley, surging boosting bitcoin Hayes wine again, it's just clicked by ripple surging. It was up ten percents pulled back. It's river was up ten percent yesterday. Between didn't move at all yesterday. It's just dead news Nolan's, bitcoin trader tech, and he's high on now that's something of interest. I want to say that happening too often. But I tell you what if they're gonna come at me, the better be a few of them. Venture capital seems persuaded to invest in the crypto currency and blockchain industry, and this is one that I am very interested in and the reason I am very interested in this. Because I am having conversations with a lot of these vases and fund managers about what's going on on the spice, and how comfortable I actually ought to be investing in taking more of an active role in the businesses that are in this particular marketplace on not talking about is talking about actual businesses that have revenue models that are up and moving and going forward. So we I think that's a really good a really good. Article that getting some data out there about venture capital, and why they're coming in other than that, you know, the Samsung galaxy S ten we already knew that India supreme court sits full week deadline for government to regulate cryptocurrency. That's going to be very very interesting for sure and a couple of bits and pieces of embezzlement through crypto exchange in Korea. So there is some positive there is some negative the prices quite stable as it stands at the mum. I'd love to see his break up above four thousand day drive onto a new hire highest ending the first time since the bull market the we actually had a reversal of trend. And then that trend continued gauze all keep you informed. As to what's going on. What is up to date at the moment? I'll speak to you again tomorrow. Don't forget try to call dot com. Forward slash free tools off now. The traded called crypto podcast is hosted by Craig called all try to cope courses products and tools can be found at Tradenkov dot com. Because experience met is.

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Don Mann and Extraordinary Goals and Accomplishments

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

48:51 min | 2 years ago

Don Mann and Extraordinary Goals and Accomplishments

"Two very humbly. Sit back look at the challenge and say to myself, I welcomed the plane bring it on. Hi, folks. Welcome back. This is Mark Devine. Ridley unbeatable minds cast welcome to this show where I'll the interviewing my friend navy seal. Don, man, we're gonna have a fantastic conversation about things that are definitely important to you such as overcoming fear difference being good pain versus bad pain. How to use pain to develop yourself to get out of your comfort zone understanding where the line is how do you face danger? How to, cultivate, a balanced ego and be more courageous in life while still being a good person? Disipline testing yourself with hard physical challenges and chasing your demons. I mean, there's so much so much that I wanna talk Don we've had him on the show before he's one of my favorite navy seals. I loved on. But anyways before I introduced, Don. And we start our chat. 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Maybe we'll talk about that Don is an inveterate author and constantly recreate himself. Just awesome guy is written eighteen books. If you go to his website US, frogmen dot com and look at his bio it goes for like eighteen pages or something like that. It's incredible dot you. You're awesome, buddy. Thanks for being here. How things go on our markets. Really good to be talking to you. Again. It's been a long time in a string. All you're doing. I'm doing fine. Thanks. Thanks for having me on your show. Now, you just mentioned to me that you got back from a reality TV show where you pedalled with for other spec. Ops guys for seven hundred fifty miles. It's called the brigade. What's up with that? Are you never gonna have enough of those events. I've done a thousand of them Evan. You. But you know, Mark, this one was was actually not even a there were two of us in the military there. Former military is that right? Okay. A call. And they said would you like to try out for this twenty seven hundred mile paddle? And I said, you know, I'm sixty one years old. They get we know you are. So I went through the steps and a path protest in our went down when up to Canada and did a they brought it from twenty seven hundred miles down to seven hundred and fifty but it was a great, great gut. Check as we say in the teams, and it was, you know, just lost nineteen pounds doing it. And with five five Americans. It was a blast though. I loved it. Sounds fun. You know, it's not your normal weight loss program, but is definitely would work for most people, right? I'm curious. You know, you've done some any of these do you ever? Learn anything new or is it just the same experience over and over. You know, this this last one I learned quite a few things because I was older than all of their parents. So I I was different. Treat you as our is dad or grandpa a much we all along like as peers pretty much. But I learned what this new generation is like, and I really haven't had a lot of a lot of close work with the younger generation day in and day out for weeks on end, right? And I learned an appreciation, although there's so much different than our generation. I learned a great appreciation for the younger generation side like that a lot. And I saw the people who aren't in the military with the mindset that you, and I have and we've had our lives, then even if you don't have that mindset other people can appear differently. They can look differently. They cannot have much of like what appears to be a structure to their life. But things can still work. And that was I opening mate. The I've seen that a lot with our ca coral camp, some of our strongest candidates have been civilians, some of our weakest have been navy seal candidates. It's fascinating. What was do? You think? The biggest difference between. Our generation verses that younger generation for those who liked to do these hard physical challenges. Like, what was a big character difference? Book gate. You know? My mindset was okay. We get up at zero four thirty. We make sure campus cleaned up. We have the boat ready. We get a PF fees on we do the map study. And we go the other nine felt like yeah. Let's get up when we can. And we'll get to. Yeah. We gotta look at that maverick some point to and it was. My lip was enough. Because. Tried to March. But it still worked somehow. Probably because you were doing the map study 'cause you were up at forty third doing all that stuff. Oh, what fun? Let's let's go back a little bit. Can you give us a sense for, you know, your earliest days, and what life was like growing up? You know, here's something that I just want to touch on right up front because you and I have a lot in common. I. Retrospectively the older. I get in the more perspective. I have I realized that I really went into the seals to kind of chase them demons away too. To change the story of my life, right? And to do something radically different because there was some underlying shit that just I wasn't comfortable with it. I didn't feel good about the way. I was raised. What was your? I I'm only saying that to you. Because I see something in you were you always chasing the next challenging thing. The next hard thing. It's almost like you're running from something or running to something like chasing them demons of your own from you childhood. I just wanna throw that out there. What's your response to that? Well, you know, I grew up in a place that looked like a nice neighborhood and up in New England, and I hung out with just the guys in the girl to live there. And then go out looking for bad people to hang out with. But it just happened to be that everybody that I grew up with ninety nine percent of them. But I grew up with. Trying to crime and drugs and bad things. Interesting and I joined the navy. I knew my father and still the sense of patriotism in us all he was, you know, World War Two vet. And we always we always prayed, and we always gave allegiance to the flag and God country family is how I was raised. Although my friends were just going off the deep end. And did you have any trouble in that regard running the law drugs or alcohol, or you know, some of the common ills that you fall into? I did not. I'm not proud to say it, of course. But yeah, I used to like being chased by the police on a motorcycle light like when I was a young kid before I had license I like being chased and I bit Goodwin and spent few nights here, and there in jails and things like that in drink too, much and just did things I shouldn't have done nothing terribly wrong. But things I wish I if I could turn back the clocks one have done any of those. Things. Of course, they helped form who you are. And we we can't turn back the clock. So part of your karmic karmic debt, you're paying off. But I did realize that ahead to sense of energy had a lot of energy and I needed to directed somewhere. And at first I thought I would just be a cop because then I can get to chase the bad guys. And you know chase. The earlier version of yourself. Yeah. That's awesome. And I went to school in the police the police professor they're said, hey, if anybody guys here want to join the police force because you think you're going to do all these chases on all this. None of that's going to happen. You can be watching. Manhole covers that night directing traffic, look be marriage time to join the military and I went to the marines. I and I think I only I met the only unscrewed way marine recruiter, probably in the green corps, and he crested at all for some reason. I didn't know about the seal team's back. Then there was so little said about it and went next door to the navy cruiser. And when he showed me the video of navy seals that second market changed my life. That was all wanted the Beetham and special video. That's right. That was my life to isn't that awesome? Oh, yeah. And at that point, you know, by the way for those listening that you can still find that online. So if you go Google be someone special navy recruiting video or something like that. You can see what Don in talking about. It was just this ethically. Cool. But really, you know, like the siege. I it was really cheesy. But it was very cool. I show all phases of seal training, and they do a little mock mission. And and when I watched I watched it like twenty times, I was transfixed and that became the basis for my visualization about me becoming a seal them when I books. Pull ups and push ups and sit ups all these guys and training and deploying all over the world and being the most elite team in the world. I was thinking there's nothing in the world. I wanted to but doing that jumping and skydive and blowing things up, and I never ever ever looked back thinking what that was something. I probably should have spent my whole career doing. But I am happy and fortunate and blessed that I found the teams or who knows been in the jails in prisons rehabs of my buddies. You know, there's a lot of team guys like that. I think who just basically that was it and pain wasn't an obstacle to them because they grew up with it. You know? You know to some level. So interesting to contemplate. At any rate. So you went to what class, and what was your just this to a quick run through your seal career and really notable cool things. You did. Yeah. I think is a little bit. After you went in initially. I had served time with the marines because Cormon and they wanted only experience women in the teams. So I went in seventy seven did a twelve with marines and ended up doing a deployment in Okinawa. For thirteen months. Got out and went through buds in class one twenty and serve silting one silting to seal team six and then doing the the drug wars that went down to Panama for four years during that eighty nine to ninety eight went back to six I came in and listed in went warrant and then retired as worn off, sir. Ninety eight Ren on. Okay. So we overlap actually didn't get in until eighty nine myself. Yeah. So I didn't go through. Meaning to us twenty five turned twenty six at buds when you were down in Panama and working the drug running stuff. What was the hairiest? You did that you can talk about. Will you know, there is a ship we captured and everybody on it was killed. And we were just going to get the remains in cleanup the boat. A little bit was like a twenty five foot boat and everybody was killed on it and the army had shot up a bunch of rockets in killing going on board. And it was terrible. Terrible. Terrible. Smell of not are not army, but my arms. Killed the enemy Panamanian defense force honor. Oh, I see got in the army who did they won. But so we had one that one up blowed up in an anyways to make a long story short. I had to go underwater to check out the shaft in the screw in the hall to make sure it wasn't damage from the law rocket shot at it. And I told the minister chief if you need me just paying three times on the deck with something. I started going down the ladder and he picked up something next to him. And he bang three times on the deck. But what he picked up was an unexploded law rocket round that he didn't know it was an unexploded law rock around fence it come off. And I didn't see what he had in his hand. But so anyways, eight hours later that law rocket round is used for sounding checks ends up thrown in a dumpster. And I told my buddy I told the anchors work with. Let's just stay in the tents going the ten tonight nine pm. You guys been working since like two AM is taken break. In the meantime, a couple army guys walked over. And they said they're gonna start a war museum. And if they could have all the bloodied up uniforms in the Intel and stuff that we're thrown in the garbage and one of the guys should yet in it's in that Dipsy dumpster right next door at ten so one of the army guys jumped in there. And that's when the law rocket round that was thrown in the earlier exploded and him came out, and he lost his eye in his hands and his leg and his he had thousand uses shrapnel at him, and I was probably twenty feet away when it happened. And we thought we'd be being attack. So I just got my weapon my medical bag ran outside. And I saw garbage everywhere and body, and I ran up and did, you know as a Corman would be laid me CD, and he was still living and Djabel tour. Get about four thousand liters of Ringer's lactate in him stopped the bleeding, and he started moving and talk. King. And he asked me why couldn't see and I didn't wanna tell him because he didn't have his is any more. I didn't wanna tell him. He couldn't feel because he didn't have his hand. A couldn't feel his leg of its blown off anyways calm things down. And he started joking around. He said, well, at least if I still have my beep. My wife will take me back, and he started joking around. Anyways. He went back home got he passed away on the Hilo a couple times brought him back to a couple of times. And the one of my best memories of Panama was working with this young captain because two years ago, he called me up, and we reunite did. And we had lunch at a Mexican restaurant in every year from this point on. We're gonna have a meeting on the day of his accident. And he's re he's got a glass side prosthetic leg in prosthetic, can, but we've become very very close friends because of that incident and incidents like that is they are, you know, he he was relax. Laxed knew it was war, and we became friends and things like that is what is the best memories. I have of Panama. Holy crap. What a story. Yeah. He's never gonna go dumpster diving again. No, he thought it was a flashlight and went to pick it up anything over the boom when off ratings wait in front of, you know, unbelievable. Well, and then doing searches on the canal, we did basically many hundreds of those, and I was there the night the four seals killed, and I was on the water on the canal, and and the gun fight took place on the runway and we lost floor seals worst day ever. You know for us all and I remember that day very, well, actually, so need to know that you're down there. But I was actually often candidate school, and we're having dinner at some like pizza restaurant all. And the news is playing and all of a sudden they put up the images of the four seals killed in one of them was a Lieutenant CONNER that his name the Denikin is. Yeah. Yeah. And I was like holy shit. That's like that kid is me. You know what? I mean, he went to like walk now or something, you know, I went to Colgate. And he had only been in for four years. I was just going in. I was like that that could be me. And it was the first time. I like really thought about that. This is serious business. You know what I mean get my game face on? I two of the guys over afterwards. One of both of them have very good friends. One was the other. Lieutenant was the C Mike Phelps, and then Carlos Molina and Carlos was shot three times and Mike was hiding behind him shooting using Parlow says a barricade, basically, although Carlos wasn't dead. He was just wounded and another one of my favorite stories is favourite both over my house and Mike said decarlo. Hey, Carlos, I'm sorry. I thought you were dead. Usually. Sorry. And anyways, her lows, I have so much respect to that man because he hasn't been able to move. He's been in a wheelchair since he can't move from his sternum on down. And he's going on to win five iron man's in that wheelchair and just climb Kilimanjaro in the wheelchair. And he actually got a text from yesterday, but a few weeks ago, he wrote to me and ask me if I can help them find some sponsors to go up to Everest on in his wheelchair. What guy gets a wheelchair them? I think anybody is of ever known, and that's a great comeback story from Panama as bad as head means at one point. And then Carlos become an he's inspired and helped so many other wounded people in military vets and just people who've lost limbs he's helped out thousands of people some day. Yeah. That's an inspiring story. I can I mean, I I gotta track you're on this and see if he actually ends up going up ever since something. I I would love to be part of that expedition OPEL you'd love. That's amazing. Wow. Have you been up Everest? You know? I went to talked about it. Yeah. Boy, I everything in the world was coming my way. I thought you know, ninety three thousand dollar trip. I basically mortgage everything I owned seventy day commitment, but as super as very very fit and very strong, and I got on a team with the world's most experienced sherpa on Jay door. J Sherpur who is into thin air ERO and Libya Bradley was on the team first woman summit Everest without oxygen. We had a sm- wrong team. And everybody was saying my God, Don, you're the oldest one here. But you're not having any issues at all. And once we got up on the ice fall. With the loud is our way climb the horizontal and the vertical ladders, right? I lost my memory. I lost my color vision. I started showing and I started X hailing fluids might brain cavity in my lungs filled with fluids as called anxious. Aides held the tude pulmonary demon high altitude cerebral Dima, and I was drowning and my. Own one fluid and one of the New Zealand guys Kiwi he passed out there. And he got me he says, Don, Don, you gotta get down quickly. Get back to base camp. I didn't know which way was down. And I put my hands on his shoulder. And I used his oxygen mask. And I kept passing out on the way down. We got to this hundred foot ice cliff. He said, can you repel as in, of course, I can repel repel. Oh, my life. And I got the rope. And I had my harness on a second. My God, I get how to repel. So I just grope around my arm like five times, and then went off the cliff in just released one loop at a time in somehow made it down and just hours away from a dying. The doctors had said once it got back to Katmandu, and I'm still suffering. My lungs is still the nine one hundred percent yet. And I plan. I I hope they will be I came back. It didn't stop me at all. I would've gladly have done that again. Because the last thing I want Mark. And I know I know you. You think the same way I didn't want to go to my grave and my last days on earth saying I wish I did this. I could have done that. I wish I'd given that a shot. I gave it a shot. My body said, no. But my mind didn't say no, I was willing to go on. But I had no other choice in just rebound and came back with another goal. Now. I'm trying to hit sixty miles an hour on a bicycle and I can do that on the flats. And that's how I'm recovering. Extent sixty. Our at sixty minutes. All right. You gonna get the unveil mind patch for the craziest stories ever. People many times how many times you tried to kill yourself. Survived. Well, people say sixty sixty that's crazy. I said it's not nearly as crazy as seventy at seventy. So are other here time, I first benchmark sixty sixty fast. Can you go right now? What's your keywords? Mark. I have a long ways to go. So do you like dress up? In those sleek little suits with the helmet that has the arrow dynamic thing. And. Anymore? But. Pretty much all soaked up in funny. Looking by close. You don't you? Don't wear those clothes out in public. I'm sure oh, no around that. Around that. 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You obviously know a lot about pain. But for those who are listening who shy from pain you, and I know the pain can be a great motivator. It can be. It's our wisdom. We can use a lot of wisdom or pain in a wise way to develop ourselves into overcome obstacles and. And sometimes the more pain, we take on or allow into our lives, the more enriches our life. So that it's just an interesting thing and most people avoid it. Right. Something you want to turn away from so to speak. What's your take on, you know, more? I I am very fortunate that I've discovered a way to deal with pain the young age because I think if I didn't learn this philosophy. I have to my new have the same philosophy. I don't think I would have gotten anything significant done in my life and going to bud sitting there with all those intimidating brunt. Instructors looking at some big mountain climb thirty miles to get ready forever. And during these five hundred six hundred mile races. I know that I knew they were all going to be painful and to very humbly. Sit back look at the challenge and say to myself, I welcomed the pain bring it on. I I wanted to be paying because when I'm in too much pain. I just pass out. And and if that does I did to iron man's in one day and the on the second iron man is at mile thirty two on the run, and I passed out and I woke up and finish the to iron man's that day. And I. Realized that point that all the other times in my life. Why might have said it's too hard to challenging I have some blame. Excuse feeling bad for myself. I was wrong because if you body isn't too much pain, I learned that you'll pass out and you'll get the great you needed and you'll get up and finish the chore, and we have in the teams and a lot of military units. Have it is pain is good extreme pains? Extremely good. I learned record more to it than just that that this two types of pain and the temporary pain discipline. We all had to get through buds and get through all the challenge. Men's we've done in life. If we if we're doing log PT in it hurts hurts really badly. And you got you got splinters and headaches and sore back and so head, but if you have the temporary pain, either put up with that temporary pain, you know, that instructor blow the whistle at some point. Go jump in the ocean. You get a break, but in the nine next to use thinks some lame excuse I it's too hard. It's too challenging. I gotta quit. I'm gonna go ring the bell. For the rest of his life. He has a permanent pain of regret, and that permanent pain is so much worse than the temporary pain. We've all gone through without quitting. So I'd like that temporary pain. And will if I look at things if it's too much on give it all I have if I don't have what it takes out given until I pass out then I'll get the break. I need out continue on with the task. And I'm gonna live my life. I know that why not. That's right. I'll truth you've done it for sixty years or years, why not working for you pain is Rica's leaving the body know what I love about this. You're saying I'm not gonna get my my limited brain out of the way and let the wisdom of body decide wets enough, right? Because you know, one of the thing I've learned is that you're capable of twenty times more at least in your the is the wisdom of your body that you gotta follow because like in hell week, we get stronger and stronger the more deep we get into the training of that week without any sleep twenty four hours a day. For six and a half days. Your brain is telling you can't do this. And there's not a single medical doctor scientists around who would say, yeah, that's good. Your body's, you know, they're going to say your body's going to break down. And you're going to be like, you know, an offshoot survivor by day four or something like that. But the reality is you're going to be building muscle mass. You're going to be getting more alert. And you're the new reality sets in. So you body steps up. But what you're saying is when you do these like. Fun. Little like double iron men. You know? There's a point where your body would say, okay. Don, this is it. We're just gonna hit this shut off. Switch for a few hours to give you some time to recover because you're too stupid to quit. And then when you wake up you've got all this new energy like let me finish this race yet. Or at least the energy you need to finish it. Right, right. Yeah. Right. That's best minute. Yeah. How do you get out of your head and let your body's wisdom takeover? One way that helps me as music, I really enjoyed music. What I like that space when on a fifty mile run or something where is gonna be at the paint. The pain's is like fled kicks. They hurt after you do so many. But if you feel another hundred it doesn't hurt anymore just stays bad. And I might be more. It gets worse. There's a point where it can't get any worse. We'll just suck it up embrace the suck and keep moving right space. There. Yeah. I like that space to there's a re a natural resistance level. There's several resistance level you push through before you get to that spot. If you just push through by keep going. Just some mantra like what mantra do you have when you hit those early resistance points. Well, for instance, if I can answer that by looking at a running race, if we're out in the woods doing trove on a fifty mile trove, Ron, and I see somebody ahead of me. I think I used to think all what am I doing? I don't belong here. These guys are all faster and better than me. I don't belong here. But once my mind started getting stronger than I started thinking, I do belong here. I can hang with these guys my mind got stronger than that. Instead, I should be able to be a lot of these guys. Then my mind would get stronger would start. I would start thinking. There's no reason the world, and these people should be able to beat me. So my my money wasn't necessarily getting stronger. But as my mind continue to get stronger, which can happen every single day of your life, not necessarily body. But you mind, I started realizing like if I see going back to the tro run if I saw a person front of me, let me just a little bit. Why long stride little bit fast pace, and let me beat this guy? And then a look at the next guy, and it kinda takes the pain and puts it. Secondary. And I just keep them the goal in mind of China beat everybody and the just being a preoccupied with a goal and not being preoccupied with the pain. I know the pains hurts, but I just try not to focus on it. And so that's a key principle mental toughness, you probably talk about that in your new book beyond boundaries, but are reaching beyond Bonner's, take the focus off the pink. 'cause if you focus on the pain, you're just gonna get more pain, or you're gonna experience more pain, and and that takes temporary pain in terms into suffering. And once you get into suffering kind of like, you said that long term pain of regret is is more like an underlying suffering person's going about his day day in and day out. But underneath you know, some consciously he's suffering because of that met regret well in a long endurance race a long challenge if keep focusing on the pain instead of the the goal the win or the why right? Those three other things that you can focus on in my opinion. Then that that temporary pain is just going to turn into a suffering. And then it's going to be hard to get out of that darks place pays absolutely place space place. Critic new word their space. I like other people like Reinhold Messner. He, you know. Over thousand competitions. Even look at my list had say, that's petty stuff. That's you like hanging out running around in circles in a park. Don't be and you look at that. But because what he would do, and he's the greatest mountaineer of all time and just recently, they call them, the not only the greatest Mountie of all time. But now he's gonna be recognized as most likely the greatest mountaineer the world will ever know. And he would sing. Well, I'm going alone. I'm taking that gear here. I'm not I'm going without oxygen going alone. When climb that north face mountain in the Himalayas. It's never been climbed before in the winter. I should be back in a couple of months, and I believe that we all have read up for buying hauled, Missouri has he just knows how to tap into it. And so if I'm doing this fifty mile run a half a day workout a two day workout or something it's nothing compared what people I key is done. And I just look people who've done so much more than I've ever even thought about doing. And I look at them as examples of what people are capable of doing. That's amazing. Can be very motivating, you know. And it helps us keep our you. Go in check because you know, you think your big bad. Don, man, I'm big bag, Mark Devine. But then you look at other people out there doing these crazy and fun and challenging things like well. That's amazing. I don't think I wonder if I do people I look up to the people I looked up to my I pale in comparison to anything that those people have right? So so that's one way you keep your ego in check. What if some of the other ways that you you practice humility? Well, okay. Like, fifty ironman doing manual, proud of yourself and all that. And I made that as a MAC goal at one point. That's my next goal. My goal before that was to run a marathon. Once I cheat that macro goal. I brought the MAC will goal down to the micro goals status. And now the MAC goal is an iron man, so two point four miles. Wade one hundred twelve mile bike ride and twenty six point two mile run is now the new MAC would bowl and choose a little MAC goals before that make those Michael goals head achieve those to hit the nets Mackel. So when when I changed that medical of the iron, man, I was hoping that one of the first ones I wanted to break, the ironman champions. Course record of eleven forty four. So when he although I knew was I had to go nonstop and try to be eleven forty four. And I didn't have a clue what I was doing back then. But I did have a macro goal. The finish the iron man in a break eleven forty four. So. On the bike ride. I saw Gordon Haller up ahead of me thinking. Oh my God. That's that's my hero right there. That's Gordon Haller and Gordon home. I had a poster him in my bedroom because he ironman champion, and I actually passed on the bike, and I looked over and very humbly. I said to him I said have great race champ. And I passed I couldn't believe I even on the same road is he was certain ways, I past them. And then I was so fired up that I passed him. And I wanted to win this iron man who was one of the first wire unmanned, and and then got on my running shoes on of running as fast as I could go for twenty six point two mile run. And people say, hey, kid, you met a slowdown. You gotta hold ironman. Triathlon ahead of you. You gotta finish up with a strong marathon don't Bonk out and go to fast in the marathon. So as just passing all these people, and then the crowd was screaming and yelling, they go. Watch out the champs going to beat you. And. Gordon Haller trying to pass me in a head of been passed in the race. At this point. We only had a couple of miles to go in Gordon hall pass the very end of the race way. We only pass me, and he came up to me hug me. He said, Don, thank you so much for pushing me, I said, oh my God. You're my hero. You don't know how much you push me all year long. And so that gave me a big big boast that has and broke his time of eleven forty four with a barely broke. It did eleven forty one. But then I've made me realize. Wow. If I could do one hundred man and a half a day, that's all even forty one. That's less than full day. It's only a half the day. I should be able to to and what plenty of time left. Goal and the next macro goal is to in one day. But I can't myself humble because I did two in one day. So because a lot of people have done three iron man's and a lot of done five and ten iron man's and just recently. They head of thirty x thirty iron man's in a row. And so I look at people like that. And that makes my double iron man looked like a little mini Micra goal for those people. And so I stayed by looking people run so much more than I've ever thought of. All right. So we'll do a podcast when you finally accomplish thirty zero. If I'm still podcasting. Yeah. Maybe I could do like one hundred podcasts in a row, Jeff w good mackerel. I mean, I have to really embrace the suck for the. Oh. That's crazy. But crazy in a good way. You know what I'm saying? What do you fear? Don. You gotta fear. Something. I got to we fears one I want to drown ship. I feel fear someday. I'm gonna be stuck under water without air because it almost amongst them. I also feel I'm gonna choke on fishbone chicken bone for some reason. But. That goes in the random category. Yeah. I don't see all I wonder if that happened to you as a kid that you just pre memory, you know, I have one of my best friends died that way. And I think that's what happened, you know. But I don't really feel dying at all because we're all gonna die. I do. I do like to say to people we are going to die some day. What I don't wanna do is let what we have inside of us die before we die and try to get as much out of life as possible. And I also hope I a selfish way. I don't want some long slow death, some disease cancer, something I want one last Trenton rush and right back to the food chain with the lion attack or bear attack or shark attack avalanche at tidal wave one mega general Mushin rape back to the flu chain. So my my family in fence don't have to come. Visit some sickle guy in the hospital for whoever knows long. I just wanted to go quickly. That's my selfish way. Yeah. Not selfish. I think that's actually selfless kazoo sparing. Everyone else. The. Tortuous old age process that we have in the west I'm with you on that one. I don't necessarily expect to or want to go out in an adrenaline rush thing, I prefer the the the Marshall or Yogi approach of perfecting the body, and then deciding when to leave it and that is possible, but it's very challenging because it takes a lot of training. But that's the path I'm taking that works out. And we'll check back in one hundred years hundred fifty years if it works. People are gonna listen to this. Lost my it's my podcast. I can say what I want. Don, this talk about your book reaching beyond boundaries that came out recently right to spiff it did it just came out and said were yet. So give us the big idea and some of the principles, you know, people could learn from I've written inspire them to go out and buy the book, of course, thanks and have written quite a few books. But I have to say this was by far my favorite book I've ever worked on because it's a philosophy and a mindset that I believe in it develops big help to the teams, of course, helped still all listen to me. And and I do these talks around the country, and and I've won the talks usually only hour long. Actually, I did one with Monica Lewinsky two weeks ago, and so I'm always doing these talks. But what what I always have to cut them short because his only usually an hour doing so at one point my life. I wanted to expand more quantum the mindset combat. Mindset, we call it in the teams and just having a strong mindset, and I talked to bankers, and lawyers and doctors EMMY, anybody message works across the board as you know. But I wanted to get my full message out, and it was so much fun doing it people like Gordon Haller who I just talked about the ironman champion. He's going to use it for his training of his students now, and I've been hearing from like people, even I've admired all my life endorsing the book, and I just love doing it. And I I like putting that philosophy out there. And if it's the last book, I do I'm fine with that. Because that's that was my favorite. What are some of the top three principles that you wanna convey through the book well for one I know goal settings big and everybody's life to some degree. But the one of the things is I think it's not a tragedy to sit you goal at really really high and not make it like, for instance, for me Everest. I shut it a pie when climbed the highest mountain in the world. I didn't make it. But all the mountains. I did make on the way to ever, you know, Denali out Alaska in places like that. It's still me a lot further than if I didn't have that goal in was beyond my means. But I think the real tragedy for most people is not that they set the goals too high in they don't make it after I got out of the teams I realize it seems like the wards part of the population. They set the goals low and they achieve it. And they go home in the happy, and they think they've done a lot. And I think a lot of their life is unfulfilled and they won't. Reach the pinnacle of all they couldn't reach that attitude. That's one of the things I make are not setting those stretch goals and keep you know, keep stretching the goal. It's right time. You said it right and run, you know, we had these terms conversational pace race pace and go in a hotel. See people running jogging on a treadmill and talking the watching the news or something but race pace when you running race base. You can't afford to look over shoulder and talk to somebody his you've given everything you have to go fast, and far and all you energy is going to moving forward not talking or hanging out with somebody. And I like to say at seal team's we often, especially nowadays didn't have the privilege or the opportunity to train a conversational pace. We had a train at race pace. And it's painful, but you get to that mission of the objective of the Mackel so much quicker at race base. Then you have to take a break. You can't you'll burn out at race pace in anything in life. But if you have a something seriously going after mission or goal and objective Puna conversation place. You may never get there. And I like goat race pace until that's accomplished and taking a step back and relaxing. And then we set the goals for something bigger. I love that cross it reinforced that and makes the way I used to train was in less. I was racing or or training for a race. Or in the seals when I got out of the ceiling, and it was easy to just get into. Hey, just just go train and put in the time. You know what? I mean. Yeah. Do the reps. And when I when I started doing cross fit every every workout or wad was was a race. And man, you get like tense workout in a very short period of time. And the results just blew away, you know, working out three times as longer just going through the pace emotions, you know, Zach. So I can you know, that was that was cool. It reminded me. Oh, yeah. That's the way we train in the teams up that way ever since. And that's part of our protocol. So. Awesome. Anything else about the book? I can't wait to read it. Grab a copy. I'm gonna go by today. Did Mark I looked at these used sports as an analogy in the military. And I like in the talks, I do I say, I say is I'm not trying to talk. Anybody become an a seal or amount climb adventure? Please just accept these stories and and consider them of analogies for the point. I'm trying to make so so the stories I use mainly of other people just look up to him. And I I as able to capture what I think was a great lesson from the big things that they've accomplished, and I took ERC lessees in put it like an almost a what I learned from these people type format. I love that. See profiled other people. It wasn't all all of your awesome accomplishments mine road. This the smallest of the accomplishments in book. Thanked unbelievable. So what's next for you? Just retired from your second service job. You know, I was military then you did some government work. Congratulations. Thanks, Arthur service. You're not gonna go just play Gulf every. He's tried that yet. What what I'm gonna do. This fifty four fourteen thousand footers out in Colorado. The fourteen is known as and my goal is to walk hike run up each one of them rundown. I've done twenty of them, and I can go up to fourteen thousand feet without affected my lungs, and if I just touch it run down. I'm okay. So I've got thirty full more of those to go and a half to hit sixty on this bicycle and those are the two things focusing on. Now, you know, I'll they'll be contract work that comes up here and there, but I'm not focusing on work. I'm I got a I got a challenge for you. This is on my list do this year or maybe the first quarter next thirty day silent retreat, a silently tree do it together. What do you think of boy thirty days for that'd be really interesting? You think you could sit still for them you need not move either. Yeah. No, no. Well, you can't get the move. But you most of the time you're sitting in meditation, but then you might be getting up doing walking meditation obviously eating meals, but no talking I could do the. Yeah. That wouldn't be hard because you do that in long periods of time. But this is the part of not moving the body and get, you know, having that intense exercise, which would be so different for us. Boy that would be a lot of resistance would come up. I don't know if I could. Okay. We'll report back to me on when you think about. Can't be hard. Don. I mean, maybe it can sounds like I try to do combination the hard and the soft, but I really respect you for your compliment. It might feel the same to Mark but volumes done and all you do for people. I mean, everybody has so much highway guard Cecile fit in all in your books in it talks. I love referred I referred somebody today. You are the guy if people want this type with good training. What the seal mindset, we could pass along to civilians and other military people. I would say you gotta go see Mark Devine. He's the guy, and it's an honor to know, you Mark do appreciate that. And I appreciate your time. They done. It's just what a what a fun conversation. I think you're gonna love this podcast and also gonna wanna read your book. So folks, if you listen to this, and you really enjoyed Don humility and his willingness to tackle these insane challenges and also to give it up for all these other people who. Doing it. Even beyond what Donna, and I can imagine go by reaching beyond boundaries in Amazon or wherever I can't wait to read it. In fact, I'm going to buy it right now, I use my Amazon app. I'm completely addicted to buy a book a book every other day. So I'm going to get yours and read it next weekend. Thanks who. Yeah. Yeah. Thanks, john. Good luck in Santa. Thank you very much Bye-bye. All right. Take care now. All right, folks. Don man, check out his book. Well, he's got a ton of books, but reaching beyond boundaries is the one is you know, that we've been talking about. But he's also wrote inside seal team six which great story his life in missions with American warriors. And you can check out his website at to learn more about him and what he's up to at US frogmen dot com. Is that right? Yeah. You can just Google done. Man. How's that? Pretty sure it's US frog dot com. It's a charity that you want. So it might be dot org. At any rate. Awesome. Great conversation. Thanks for listening. Stay focused train heart and set a stretch goal. Do something really challenging next month on challenge you to do that report back to us. Okay. Till next time who ya divine out. Make sure you get. The old man.

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02-19-2021

The KiddChris Show

55:38 min | Last month

02-19-2021

"This is the kid creepshow opening theme to the kid cruise. show kid. Chris called me up and asked by with ride is teams on. We're almost to the part of where we start to win. So then it's time for kea. Chris morning. Show time for the chris morning. Show chris what up. What up. Friday the friday edition of the chris show radio show slash podcast now. Last night i tempted to do live from club chris. I don't know what the hell happened. Just the i don't know the connection was fine on my ad because you know there was problems a couple months back. Where live for club. chris. I would start getting this This red alert on my software. That would tell me that the connection was wrong and had that fixed so now. It's been a solid green. Okay that's technical side that i look at my dashboard when i'm broadcasting Then last night just a connection to twitch. Which is a kid chris dot tv. Who's really messed up. And eventually i just said fuck. It unplugged upstairs to watch the munsters anyhow so Eight o'clock my buddy You know i call him. Classic rock and rick rick deleo. He does a show on twitch on thursday nights at eight pm where he talks about classic rock albums. And all that stuff okay. So i went checked. His out and people were complaining that his was messed up to now. I don't know maybe it was something going on with twitter. Whatever last night. I don't know i don't know what happened but Back again next thursday. Obviously okay Just a shit. I didn't get it to last just kind of double up for next week. So that'll be cool in the calls were down and all that stuff and so i just shut it off so anyhow that was last night. Okay all the archives. If you ever want to check out. Live from club. Chris if you ever get a minute or whatever kid. Chris dot tv k. Through simple takes you right there or if you're just on twitch just type in kid kris okay over the weekend i check this out you know i have the discovery ath- because it's got all the crazy stuff on there that i love you know. It's got the documentaries and all that there's one called evil lives here where it's the family of Like psychos or whatever that up shooting up a mall or something. And there's a new one that i watch over the weekend on discovery plus called shock shocks The exorcism of role in doe. So of course. I got sucked into that. And the guy that's on there talking about this whole thing is troy taylor. Hey how you doing. I'm doing great. Listen this kind of hits close to home. Because we're here in cincinnati but i guess this kid roland doe was possessed by the devil in saint. Louis this was a big story. He had to travel around to get exercise. Like certain priests wouldn't do it and whatnot correct bright. They did have problems in fact the initial two priests who carry this thing out. Didn't wanna do it. Because they felt like they didn't know enough in one thousand nine forty nine exercising some not a not a big thing with the catholic church. They were trying to get rid of that kind of stuff. And now they have this what seemed to be a demonic possession on their hands and That's that's kind of took off from there and went on for six weeks with some really crazy stuff. It's not the devil itself. It's an evil spirit possess right one of the things. I read by psychiatrists that anybody who is possessed if they say that they're possessed by the devil that's like a guy in an asylum saying he's napoleon. Apparently the same gets to this as far as possession goes since this kid was moving around. And i i've probably seen too many movies as far as that goes but can this demon jump from person to person or does it just basically reside in the one host. Well in in. I think in everything i found as far as you know real documented cases go. It seems to be that once a person gets possessed. They're the only one that does i mean there have been stories and of course in film and the extra just didn't in the book you know the demon jumps into someone else. But you know. William peter blatty based the exorcist on this particular case and he got his hands on this and talk to one of the priests father bowden who he based father merrin on and then he took this story. He changed the lead character from a boy to a girl. And a lot of what you see in the movie actually happened in this case except for things like jumping into another person or you know head spinning around. But as far as of the you know the vomiting and the the thrashing in the injury to the body and even the levitation Actually happening relied at least according to the pre. Were there according to your prese. Because i like it. The doc it's called shocks the exorcism of role indo And it's on the discovery. Plus now i like how the other side talks as well as far as like some people were saying that this kid just had mental issues and all that stuff seattle. That's completely ruled out right. No i don't think so You know when. I started researching this. This particular story interviewed. Everybody left. who was alive. I've heard doctors. I've talked to. I've talked to psychiatrists about it and there doesn't seem to be one type of psychosis that would explain everything that happened in this case but my goal with this from the very beginning and remains today and i present all the evidence that i collect and let people decide for themselves. I'm not here to tell anybody for a fact or you know exactly what they should think But i do think something happened because this family moved halfway across the country on the off chance that maybe changing to a different city with l. things get better and that's just not something you do casually you know there had to have been something really low earth shattering going on. Roy talks to one of the priests before he died That was there and the priest was great. He said this was an old conversation he shows on there. The preschools look. It was real. I saw i have nothing to gain from this. I don't know why i would even waste my time. It was so what. I saw what i saw. And then he's the guy who said to me you know that i was there holding him down to the bed and the boy levitated twelve inches off the bed. Yeah that guy had no reason to to lie about it. He was a monk at the hospital. Where exorcism you know ended up where most of it took place in ended up. And why would he. Why would he make something like that up. You know and later on in life. How did this kid function did he have like episodes again or once. He was exercised. Did he go on to live a normal life as far as no this this actually when it ended after six weeks when it ended that was it He went back to maryland. Re went back started back to school in the fall Graduated high school graduated college We got married. Had kids work for rocketry companies. He actually has a patent on the shielding they use on our rockets go into space. I mean this guy really went on to have a good life but you know. I interviewed him Gossiping i guess. It's been about ten fifteen years ago now and the only time i've ever spoken with him and i had been warned i would might be disappointed because he told me that he did not remember what happened during the exorcism He maintained his throughout his life. That's obviously real name was rowland. Oh you're right. That's what i was gonna ask you. What's real name. I can't tell you the cats. I'm not i did i. He passed away last year. Eddie van halen now know anybody listening right now shocks. The exorcism of roland doe. It's really good. I watched it saturday afternoon and for anybody. It's on discovery plus but troy. I appreciate the time brother absolutely. Thanks a lot bye-bye calls to the wall today. Kalu yet whatever you wanna call him. And that's what we do. Yes sir do think okay. It's simple when the phone rings here in the studio we just pick up live and you take over talk about whatever you wanna talk about. Okay okay all right. Thank you sir. Okay okay but the only rule is what i say you know. Hey you're on or whatever you say who you are and where you're calling from. Okay get to it right here go ahead. Who are you know bubbles again hatay call girl to call me here. Yeah i well. I just wanted to apologize. It ain't call you last weekend. But that's because valentines weekend busy weekends. So i was a little tied up if you will. Yes over the weekend last weekend. But i just wanted to call you and let you know that i did catch your show last weekend. I'm as ing damn right. You're a man all thank you. Thank you but yeah we actually have a common haller haller. Called yeah creepy. Petty called me very often. Oh creepy teddy competition creepy. Teddy's a guy that likes to hear me say excuse me over and over and over again so there's just one thing you love it like if i love it when you talked about your truck and just all the different features that gets me so by two thousand twenty one ram sarum again. Ram fifteen hundred. Maybe it's a limited crew cab breath. There's enough room you and your friends ask make that happen. Yes love you. i love you so long. Big daddy so long for them. Thank you meet for inter. I no need for me jump in their contract your moment. Our phone is five. One three eight three seven nine seven nine. We'll check it with brian. Combs here in a second cove. News all actually severi interesting. Covid news That will get into Coming up next here When he steps in here and you can hear the song or the The phone been ringing all through the songs on fridays. cholera calls. Count anywhere on friday. So we just Pick up just say who you are where you're calling from. That's the rule. Okay okay right into it yeah. Brian here cut cut. You were eating all. Don't get country. Jeff is our drunk drifter getting worse and worse with him. Now i i've been doing birdie sounds correct video. A why video rap video. Yeah it's called the budget stand okay budget host in writing. I totally get it. Are you because i'm in the hood. I'm going to cap washington. Sound terrible yeah. No yeah i know. I i i i was outside yesterday. So you're getting about for about seven hours wine assignment. Boil blue. try it laura. Try i trying to stop during again. But i still keep and own know where i'm gonna go. I like you're singing better. I don't i don't know about your raps rapture pretty my rapture pretty good. Why don't you give us a little well. Shit and he ever right out in china us mang lot. People don't know many things. When i'm out here here thanking getting young there every day and i keep chung jeff jeff jeff jeff your voices shotty. Save your voice. Yeah i need. i'm the old halls. Jeff we gotta go thank you. Country jeff. the drunk drifter euro placement. Brian comes good news. Your stimulus check collector. Whatever brian combs good news. I hear from the world of Like all the Nursing homes and stuff. Yeah it's a big day for families in northern kentucky washer tomorrow will be Who have been waiting in some cases a year Literally a year to see the loved ones who are in nursing homes. The governor gave the green-light yesterday for some long term care facilities to be able to have in person visitation while moore's zoom or facebook live to see your family members The restrictions mean that you have to have had a cova test that showed your negative within the past seventy two hours to be able to get into visit and it has to be a nursing home where they've gone completely. Threw the vaccination process. Okay so it's not gonna work. They're the people that worked there. The people who are who live there. Yeah yeah So there are a number of restrictions and it may not be all nursing homes where the visitation can take place. But it's a big change in a welcome change. I know somebody who i'm friends with. On the west side of cincinnati who saw his mom for the first time in a year this week got spent an hour and a half with her at the nursing home and had challenged through zoom and things go her mind slipping a little bit so that was difficult and it was quite a relief to get in there and see her and see the cheapest doing okay but Me i can't imagine what people who have Your loved ones in that situation how they have managed to stay sane this past year. Yeah well. I mean that's great. It's great for them for their loved ones and whatnot and it's also a huge sign because those are the people that are bright and are the people who are most arrests and You know they wouldn't let this happen if They didn't feel like you know we're past at least in those communal settings yeah The danger of really spreading it. Yeah right so. They opened up in ohio next. And all i mean. I like the government. Said you know those nursing homes can start going back to letting people all have dinner together. The group activities that they do. I mean the things that Kind of make a being one of those places parable. That's a huge huge step. This data aware that too. Because i didn't know that was that there is even talk. Yeah surprise yesterday. The governor said you know we've gotten to the point where the transmission rate in those homes has come down so low that it is safe to try it and i said ohio slowly opened things back as well. Yup state of ohio did on the down. note take a pretty big hit. Yesterday there was a survey put out that Took data from the cdc ranked all fifty states plus the district of columbia on how They're handling the cove pandemic yes and they decided that ohio is the least safe state in the nation even behind. Dc number one came in well fifty one in this game listed the fifth safest states throughout the pandemic and basically it's because the death rate was was as high as any place in the country. Yeah and the vaccination rate is extremely low. Wow so the the numbers they use went through wednesday afternoon at that point ohio it only vaccinated totally vaccinated five percent of the population. So we've plummeted since amy. Acton bailed well as one could make that argument though some question these studies that come from wallet hub but basically all they're doing is taking somebody else's data to cdc data and just you know they had five different ways that they they looked at the pandemic in each stayton ranked the states based on it. How did not come out. Well i remember when we were doing the best right at the beginning. The governor express his frustration yesterday with the lot of vaccinations. That were scheduled for this week. And last week Were put off because of the bad weather that hit the state up. And then some shipments of the vaccine were delayed getting here because of weather across the country and the phantom weather. Well yeah well. I mean it did get bad monday night into tuesday. It just wasn't the record breaker stall and then we were told on wednesday night into thursday. We were gonna get dumped dusting. Got a couple of places that got over two inches science as something to is nothing. Just ask my wife high. Oh wait till monday morning now. That could be the next time that we see some. But it's going to get above freezing on sunday. Yeah for the first time has a while but night into monday. We'll see some precipitation. Move back in so who knows what to expect by monday morning. Wow well i mean when the snow melts and if we get a lotta rain or something you got to watch your basement leg. The river as well the greatest flood of all time. Cincinnati followed one of the biggest snowstorm. Boys here that was february of nineteen. Thirty seven wow. I was like yes i said. Cover the river coming up that. It's not the not to say that it's going to happen again. That flood water all through over the rhine grain on me all the way up backing up. the mill creek. Wow well that could happen. I mean every year at that river floods and then over nearby when you have this much snow on the ground and then if it all melts really quick said if it's washed out in the big storm or something like that. Yeah lookout well if you take a leak in the parking lot after a river riverbed concert or something dental area. What's river bend. Yeah right thank you watch your way. No one will notice it have been there. It's all weeds and stuff. Now thank you brian comes. He's from seven hundred. Wwl w trusted voice in news and friday being wide open for him and just call the phone. We put you on the radio not screening you out or anything. She'll just the only rule is tell us what you're calling or just pick up the pick up the phone and say who you are where you're calling from an all right. That's the only rule here We do call elliott because calls anywhere here on the kid. Chris show who are you. Hey chris yeah out in kentucky okay Greta blend vanfleet I know you guys when when they first came out your the played them a lot and This maybe just be another. 'cause i mean listen enough i guess but What's the news on them. I know meet archer a big fan of them. Greta van fleet. Yeah you know what. I'll admit is in the past and i think chris did too. We broke their balls. Yep but this do album sound great. Yeah the way too soon song We play a lot so that's her new single on youtube in my wreath archaic. I think take my phone calls from the question. Yep let me tell. This is a good song so finally like they're coming into their own instead of being. That was one of those on the wanted him to fail because they were like dude. This is ap one hundred percent. But it's getting we're getting farther and farther away from it. Yeah meanwhile back at the radio station. Cape chris just taking your calls. Yes i one. Three eight one. Three seventy nine seventy nine. Yes sir. yeah. I'm here here for you at five one. Three eight four three seven nine seven nine. Yeah phone lines are wide open for a friday because it is called to the wall kolya got this voice. Mail i longtime there. I was curious if all of stories that you have from your path i would love they. Sit down or conversation between you and your father or you and your brother. Maybe there's some yours you haven't shared with us from your past yet or he'll maybe a sit down between all three of you. I would be so fascinated. The whole entire show was still. Doesn't that conversation later. Kids so fascinating. I don't know. I don't think there's going to be anything fascinating about that because I think he put it all out there in. My dad has nothing to do with the stuff for my brother. So yeah i they just like the story about you and your dad at at your wedding. Oh when i told him i was molested her. Dad's reaction the neighbor Little person yeah. Yeah and it was at my sister's wedding. And i was with my uncle and my dad and we all were having a good laugh. Yeah we talking about him. The dude that Lived to his dad owned the the to family home that we lived in and we lived upstairs and The dude was dwarf and I used to play wiffle ball with them in this field next to us or used to be a house i guess down so it was just a field there and Yeah he got mtv before we did. You know cable in the house. And i would go down there and watch cable watch. Mtv videos and all that stuff now. This is in the eighties. on mtv launched. A hot thing back then yeah so he would sit on the couch and pick himself. Watch me was mtv in stereo then. Ed just started. So i don't think you had that whole thing where you could get it. Hooked up your your your stereo at home. You know what. I mean where you have it in in hi fi or yeah but it was It was all videos and stuff so it was always michael jackson. And paul mccartney say say say constantly the Video killed the radio star. They played all the time Trying to think of other stuff. That was on there billy squire. The videos back then. Weren't even really videos. They were just like live performance clips. Yeah so you would just see that performing these songs live. You know like joe. Jet and things Things like that. So that's what was going on. But i would watch. Tv now this dude. I didn't know how to ride a bike. And i'm in fourth grade. My dad one time out in front of the house. Try to tease railroad right. A bike and i crash hit a tree. And you know. I'm a little kid and i was hurt. I was like dot gavin. Forget your dad. Was chris farley. Yeah right So so i learned how to ride his bike. Because it was it was small and i would write it and then i would You know balance on it and his living room watching. Mtv i would coast back and forth watch. Mtv and he would sit there and blow you know while i was watching all right. I'll take your word for it. Yeah i was who and we're friends on facebook. I showed you his picture. I i can't believe your friends on facebook. I mean what am i gonna do. You gotta keep an eye on. We've got to keep tabs. No i can't afford to make mistakes. Yeah hey turn on turn on. Gps where you are right. I want you hide in popping out any more. See your phone number. Here is five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine yesterday. It was a big deal all the nerds gathered and watch the That nasa land on the malraux the later mars. Oh they were so excited thanks. This is so exciting. The team is it's it's so surreal. Crews they've land rovers on mars before. Yeah they've taken pictures of like water. Yeah unlike why is this a big deal. You did it again. I don't understand is put. It's going to be up there forever. I don't know we're sending it up there so we could live on their and stuff obviously not. It's a big it's a it's dirt dirt one thing is you can't live on the desert. It's just dirt. One cool thing is they. Have i guess a drone helicopter with this one. Yeah so they'll be able to fly above the surface of mars. That's pretty cool. We have some high definition footage of dirt. Everybody let's it's more than dirt. They're trying to find a life though. Oh yeah. Let's try to find life in dirt. Chris we all came from the dirt dirt to which we shall return a lot. This looks like the desert's that we have here on earth where no one leads because it's just dirt but those are only parts stand up not dirk sanding none of us want to be there and this is a entire planet that's just dirt or you wouldn't want to get away from everybody and live on mars. That's a different story. If it was just me yes they said we want to have life on. They're not just one life. You could still do club. Chris is they said we're looking for one life to live on mercy. hear me sound like horseback. Oh kado i wanted to go on slow. The phone number is five. One three eight hundred three seven nine seven nine two big day being that it is Calls to the wall on friday. Which means you call in talk about whatever you want okay man. It's on hold sparred so we just pick up live on the radio. Phone starts ringing it. So it's all appeals. You guys you call say man you gotta get me and my friends in there. We're hilarious. Well let's hear let's hear how entertaining you are man. I could do that me and my buddies. We have a podcast. So let's do it okay. I shouldn't if it's so funny. Let's hear from you five. Three three seven nine seven nine but still with have the segment come in all sorts stuff. Yeah he's here. He is in studio my eyes. Deceive me you can't miss me. There is snow on the ground and the man is in the studio. While raising cane's fifteen area locations is going to hit them all today. Because i'm only allowed on here on friday. Okay okay now. Segman become a cane eac one love up amen. Hey now here's the thing. 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You took the words right out of my mouth. Big bill that's gets raising cane's tomorrow for the game and then sunday make it a double header from pie hole. The non whole dow added between. I start. stay at home already do. I'm sorry what was that. I don't know neither straight from the non interference. Thank you very much segment. Everybody have a happy weekend. that's it. yep it's all you got less is more with the segment. One zero two seven w. e. b. n. Home it hits today you could call up and talk about whatever you want. We do it every single friday. Okay we started this during the Beginning of covid because it was like listen if you have a business or whatever and we wanna help you stay alive the promotion out there and all that stuff but it just kinda took over from there and it became also to the wall where you could just talk about whatever sued when the phone rings. I pick up on the radio We don't screen yet. None of that stuff. Okay let you Take over yulianto. There is a rule though we screen you. There is no topic off limit but we do say just identify who. You are where you're from okay. Simple caller you're on the air jimmy from delaware. Not jimmy gets you. Where can i find the. Mc bbc sauce. they're hilarious. well just be produces for us. so they're not really for sale off. Call yeah the cuckold song is a killer jam and it's right up our alley and mc bbc. You can't get a better than that. Don't wanna you. Don't wanna google because there's unless you're into that kind of thing that sort of thing we'll stay safe up there in delaware all right. I saw you two thousand five or the opening anti virus door man. It was awesome. Yes oh yeah that was. That was an jersey. That was a big. Yeah that was like noodle filbert streuli phillies. Yeah that's right. There was like twenty thousand people. There was so funny. Yeah i'd walk out there and say hi to everybody. You were throwing t shirts around. Yeah everybody Okay all right. Do thanks brother called me the bull come to you. Have okay me up as i take off your white blouse. What is a hiscock time. That's right it's i give you the best time. Do go right so right i. I'll do we go spouse. After she go cloud we'd be all up in your house. All get your dog and as we have this. The being like a veteran on. I'll make offset i'm meg. She'll be like it. Hold tightly dividing up full lyrics are just. I doubt it's an art form right past. Take your whitecloud little up. Our number here is five. One three eight one three seven nine seven nine yup on fridays wide open for you pretty simple calls count anywhere calls to the wall. All right get sick of saints. No screening process. I should say so We just pick up live on the radio. The only rule. You gotta just say who you are where you're from. What's up man. Hey this is for frost your robot mob from hamilton. What yeah plus your obama. I'm actually in the very community. And you know corona virus has hit us hard. You know what i'm saying so basically. We haven't been able to socialize for like a year so you know being able to be in a room with four dudes and you know where there without pants. You know we'll wait a minute if you're in the furry community you're covered anyway. Oh dude you really doing my girlfriend exhausting. You think. I wanna do wearing an entire carpet. I don't think though you're not a true furry then doing that as part of the community. I appreciate the art. My man my man leader. Dick face mound. That's winner there. Yeah man. I know i. I'm not really following that. Dude he was. I don't think he was serious. Five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine. That's our phone number. I'm here i'm here. Frankly right now. i'm watching. The tiger changed just tuned into kid. Chris man this fucking kid chris. It's like two thousand fifteen so has called a number that she was going on. What's going on. I'm on the air right now. You're watching tiger gig. I'm watching tiger king. I just got just got up the joint right. I just got out the joint january fifteen. Oh so you're you're catching up catching up. I got tiger king. Just got my girl pregnant. Two weeks ago ali. How old are you. I'm thirty three. Did you go to jail for fucking child. Support out of clermont county that fourteen months during the pandemic and so you you got thrown in jail for child support and now you're having another baby well jubilating because i got a fifteen year old so i got a fifteen year old and clermont county only ever had so. I just came home locked and loaded. I had a of tune. Isn't that joint gay sex zero. I zero gay. Sex was on my heels. Could i'll shave my face and shit. Because i really got the genius to grow a beard. So so you're a hairless chap in jail. They want to have sex with you. Yeah it's a go go for sure. They're they're offering me that use. Their tablets can can watch movies on their player. And everything you get limit you can have like wi fi could ipad stuff in jail yes. So that's what's going on these days like the detail companies. They're like the main phone company. It's a frigging monopoly between in j. I mean i added up what i sent because i was i was having my girl and my mom didn't catch apps for drugs or whatever tattoos and shit so all my cash apps i've seen in thirteen months i sent a little over six five thousand something in cash apps for the phone for phone time. I probably in about three grand. Now wait a minute they would send you money and then you get it in jail and would buy drugs with it. Yeah it's going on. And i it's going on like that and and enjoy because it's going so So boxing we some some tobacco. Mostly you know. The suboxone isn't going for a hundred a piece in francisco to bring those in eight dollars. Whatever they're paying a piece is while i was that was in london. I was up there in london and it was just flooded. Everybody's got credit. Correction officers are bringing those in. Yeah dat in food service. That's quite the claim. Yes i had to had to fight three times up upping that bitch man i just i had a really really had a you know i. It was fucked up there. During the pandemic everything was a lot different because lose locked in there. I was in a dorm with one hundred. And seventy five. Do's and i think there was like twelve positive codes back in like june in all along. People are having symptoms with. Nobody wanna admit to 'cause you gotta go to the whole if you've got symptoms right and like i'm up there looking out the windows. We're locked in. I'm looking out the windows ambulance pool up popping out like last summer. They're hopping out like biohazard suits and rolling dudes out that infirmary on a stretcher. And out 'cause die out there now but there was the first cova cases in and they were scared to touch and we had the national guard. The national guard been in london since like november. I'm taking take attempts every morning. You know he's by lockdown. We'll get to straight up there. You're jail like so the guys aren't smuggling in drugs and stuff through their asses. Bring it in like the correction officers and the food supply services doing that. Yeah well i mean it's so easy man because you take you take fucking four hundred boxes and roll them into chapstick lead and you know britain a biscuit bring that in and the krever jeans and she just works food service or something. Firdaus four hundred strips on the street. She might have paid four grand for them. You know. there's some fucking big gang members somebody and they're going to send her people fifty grand for that shit you know a hundred and fifty percent profit. So that's cr- ios is coolest fog. I can't believe this is chris. I'm talking to yeah shut the fuck out so cool. That's crazy that That i mean new drugs were in prisons and stuff. But i didn't know that they're being smuggled in by Like you're saying the food service and the london they say is one of the one of the most jumping places i mean. I'm not sure why. But do you pay the correctional officer. Pay him directly for drugs or is there a guy in no no. I mean there's guys in there this running the show. There's a london. I think is sixty percent. Lifers doosan down forever and if they got to london that's a level one and two so they've been good up at live or lucasville or something like that. They've been good for twenty years so there's a lot of big dogs up there and you know everything's on credit like i said like i'm a white dude. I'm calling from butler county. You know my people are taking care of me. I gotta tv and shit like that got unlimited credit and any white due to go to the joint you know you've got unlimited credit because basically you can't run nowhere. They know your people saying money so you get whatever you want comfortable these your kids you have to pay for them. Yes for sure. Yeah me and my kids going me. And my fifteen year olds going to urban hair. This this saturday is a matter of fact at liberty center. You be safe for sure. Thanks chris appreciate you all. Take care of your kids will do letterman. Stand at a joint. Well that's a little bit of an exclusive there. i guess. I wonder if he played not whole thought. That maybe the wolfback media assault. Richard and roselle. Welcome the kabc. Live with meteorologist darla awful story it's terrible to my stomach. Do leave a slug. Markham the chair. When you think of chris's five seven six seven nine eight you can text me at twenty to nine eighty scott in mission hills mccain is alive with meteorology hair and who and the students that i used to tutor. Spelling kin chris. I've gotten several tax for people. Wondering why i have cut off a couple of callers in the middle of their phone call and so i just wanted to explain that there is some radio show and i guess the only way that he can do a radio show is to have all his little minions call radio stations around the country and then try to prank them on the air. Who's yes some no talent hack. Yeah i mean so it's on a talk show. it's it's I don't even know what he does. I don't care and it's not going to have to ask yourself all right. We're talking about kids being set on fire which seems to be a pretty serious issue to me. And isn't it pathetic that people feel like they need to call in to a show and let's get a tape of this of saying something vulgar on different radio station. The oldest crap in the book from when i was in rock radio a long ago. Have you have no talent. Then you have no show. You got the fall that time with something. Better people all over the country. Chris bit the buttons right. She was very upset. He was not happy with you. Sir i know to even make the call. Let's classic wolfpack one that you could find on Radio wolfpack dot com. Those guys begging calls and stuff obviously upsetting. People gets a very upset which i'm all about five one. Three eight one three seven nine seven nine new ones Coming up all right. So that's your little teaser. So about eight twenty five. We'll get to the uh new ones here on a kid krisha but it is being that. It's very important because it's friday. We just pick up live on the radio and let you talk about whatever without being screened right. Taller hike caller. Hello hi what's your name. I'm alex guy or girl. I am i guess. No are you a guy or a girl. i'm a guy i think. Okay good. so there's this one problem. Close our street where the snow. I'm up in shove out our mailboxes. What should i do about it. Get a safety deposit box at the bank donna. What do they call him sorry. This is perfect example here on why the whole day where we picked up. She asked a question. The answer nine l. but it's it because people will call up and go man now. You know i me. My we have podcasts. Stop man we kellen it. Then put them on. This is what happens with the plow and down the street. That but i do recall there. You go see you later. I thought i thought i hit on him. Maybe you don podcast fundamental. This'll be a good one. I feel it here. It is caller. Go ahead chris after sex digits. Die cool well. The one with. I did what i had with you. Really that party pants. Okay let me do that. Ta check out my podcast. They're oh god i really. I really bombed on that one. There's a list came out like the worst. Be the band's everybody hates the most hated bands of all time. And i can give you the top ten here. Dave matthews band's number ten kiss radiohead. I hate radiohead seven fish. I mean i don't listen to jam band stuff. But they're they're fans of the worst off their everywhere though bob dylan not a fan mumford and sons. Remember hot a second not a fan you to not a fairly early early early stuff. Okay with them. Here's where the top three ready i. It's so funny. Three of our core. See i like oh dude. I didn't like it when they were new. Seems my i was the guy who bought like their last last album. Yeah lots scott steps. Solo album really bought it. Yeah oh my god. Why are you saying down. i haven't asked. What do you think the number two abandons okay number one i'm saying is going to be nickelback which i disagree with the number. No biscuit and concert live. This gets so good at graduate hair off. and i like their stuff and also I've interviewed fred durst. He was cool. If there's so many people that don't like them why is it always pat. People are relevant on the road. Yeah yeah the number one like you said it to me. It's easy for people. It's easy for them to pick this out. Listen you know why. Because she had crows are the guy that gets checks ugly and he's ugly but he has a huge rig guys immediately jealous of them. Listen he does. I told you that story. no okay. So there's a record. Person that i know will not name names but the story goes guy or girl had anything i could say such go but apparently chad was able to take his his piece. If you will put it around his wrist yeah okay. So who can't right. Chris maybe your. That's it i for real good for him. We were supposed to. I eight those guys. No you don't because you've been to the show. You're like i've never been to. They got a lot of hit. Oh i know that hyundai ever. I wanna go just for the trim. She's drunk again. I have some of the The late night jokes. We were having such a good time. Yeah well if if they bomb. We'll just go right back nickelback okay. So when when you nickelback song yeah it'll go for anything when you bomb joke. Just go to nickelback. Okay okay. dr fauci says that in order for the vaccine to not cove it out. At least seventy five percent of americans need to take it but roughly one in three say they know trusted but i have the solution who can make something that might seem dangerous on paper and turn into something that you actually wait in line for while drunk and the answer is taco bell. I knew where he was going on now. Do i dare ask. If you've if fallon's on here let's listen. Introducing the new talk. Oh bell region shahada past Bad weeks the federal agents seized more than ten million bogus and ninety five masks. They were sold to medical facilities and government agencies and at least five states and help those who may have unknowingly purchased on knockoff mask. Three m is offering tips on how to spot a fake one. Take a look at the met. If it says zing on the front not move listen. He's the only one on the other ones there on repeat. Listen i know how to bomb not speaking from experience. When you bomb you get nickelback. Punish me out. I'm going to hold onto the wolfpack stuff until Until next week. I think it's kind of it's getting late into the real jerk. Play one okay fine. There is only one person in staff these prank calls other radio shows. Okay zimmerman from the wolfpack You have Jimmy jitsu sam. Fm guys from all over the country. You know i get involved. You know dubs will get involved here Wri and that has me but we do have a call waiting. We're gonna get to that line one right now and we'll bring him in and we'll say you're on the air time. Hey how are you here today. Yeah my my my car's been kind of rickety and the the cold weather so i give it a try now i tell you i I just before the program went out to to move clear off my vehicle. It's been out there the whole storm and move it. Open the move to the other side of the parking lot for the plow guy. And i couldn't do it. I walk outside my nipple. Really hard. Like i i could cut something with you. 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Targeted Buyer Activation and The Four Buyer Profiles | Friday Morning Drive

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Targeted Buyer Activation and The Four Buyer Profiles | Friday Morning Drive

"Good morning everybody will give like two minutes for here. we go. People are jumping on. Let me t up the friday morning. Drive everybody This is the friday morning. Drive with your host peter hernandez my guest today are bill becker. at haller. And today we're going to go over. What i think is a really cool topic. It's it's how do you market your listings. In other words. You know who do you market to and then how do you market to each individual buyer. And we've by dentists four buyer profiles that we're going to go over with you and each buyer profile to find that bio for your property requires a different marketing technique resource or tool. So we're going to ask you guys to to interact with us today. We're gonna go through each of the profiles and we're going to ask you guys like what would you use to try to reach these different buyers or go look at. And we're gonna give you like the overarching fees and theories behind each fire. So that'll help you figure out what tools you should use. Great example scott. James trying to trying to find a buyer for his pocket listing pasadena. This is going to be very useful to you. Scott because once you realize the four types of buyers that could possibly by your house you're going to be able to market to them all individually a little bit. We gotta figure out how to do that. Okay so here we go all. I'm gonna let you intro from there and if you screen sharing ability okay see mankind. Mary give make meg hang warning. We have a poll. I don't work that welcome. Everyone wouldn't peterson talking about this with us I didn't really appreciate it. I kind of what a brilliant idea really had. I mean The people that you're trying to target with your marketing you know you have a number of people number directions you can go. There's people that you know the people that you don't know you want you want you want to reach everyone who's in your sphere of influence. Obviously but you also want to want to broaden your scriven influence and make sure that you're finding way to reach people That are friends of friends. Or maybe that are you know. Frenzy haven't met yet or whatever And the in both of those buckets they're gonna be people who fall into two categories movie people who are actively looking in the market right people that are are thinking about buying a new house or or moving house right now and there are people who don't know that they want to buy yet right that everyone you meet is just a prospective client in a certain way and you know one day you hope to be able to work with them so you want to connect with them and put your top of mind for them as a real resource but you also probably need to target them in a way. That's different from the people who are looking actively because you wanna put a foot or pressing the people actively looking but you wanna put sort of you know cool. Calm steady of information in front of new top person. Who is iphone. Please used to be on the beach. Thank you So we put together a sort of a presentation to talk about that here yet bill. I'm going to share my screen. All right can everyone see that. Give me a thumbs up if you can see that hitter sing it. I've seen it perfectly. Thank you okay. excellent. And i know you're the top window here so you. So here's the matrix. Peter presented it to us right the active buyers that we know the actor buyers that we don't know the passive buyers that we know and the past buyers that we don't know four types for different strategies that we're gonna we're going to think about adopting and bad right here that think the key word here is word that's not bolted which is targeted as so as we think of each of these four different quadrants buyers how to retarget that buyer. The strategies aren't going to be the same. I mean some of the strategies that we're going to talk about today are going to be you know to utilize the tools that we provide and some of them are going to be like things that have nothing to do with the tools that we provide that you should be doing or thinking about so. Let's take the active buyers. I all right so first category active buyers that we know we think about people that we know are in the marketplace hoops. Young i There are a few things that we wanna think about with them. First of all we want to put sort of a full court. Press on them right. They're they're looking right now in order for us to be able to capture their attention Time is of the essence Because you don't want someone else to end up working with them for them to find something without our help so it's really important that we strike while the iron is hot and that we pursued direct contact with them a passive Strategy of just dripping information to them or you know feeding the market insights and a sort of know quarterly basis or whatever. That's not going to work. We need to be actively in front of them and whatever marketing we put in front of them. It has to have an urgent call to action. That's makes favorite phrase call to action. A i don't want to speak for your meg. I'm right about that. I think. I mean think of these are the people that are on zillow on realtor dot com all day every day the same day. The same way people right now are on. Cnn dot com msnbc. Whatever your choices and the people that are actively stocking stuff on those websites are on your website. They know about the market there. They really understand pricing. All this other stuff so like bill mentioned if you're going to send them an e last that is just randomly about you know whatever it might be like a new pr story or whatever it is on the doesn't have a strong call to action. It doesn't really like hit home with them. They're probably just gonna look over real quick and delete it. You literally have three seconds to attract someone's attention whether it's through an email or a postcard or any sort of contact so you need to make sure as phil mentioned strike while the iron is hot. There is a very urgent call to action. It's very drafts. They know exactly what you're reaching out to them about. So what are some concrete marketing strategies that fit into this into this category. Why we asked that question. I'm going to a point and that is to there's two ways you know these people one is their buyers that you have in your database for buyers You are currently working with and then the other is you may know agents that have buyer's you're that you're aware of so so the arguments are you know clients that you know right and the other target is agents that you know have clients so with that. Ask your question. Yeah that's that's really well said so. We want to target both our own sphere of influence and and the representatives of quote on actively in the market. Go to close call. This somebody plays yourself. Thank you all right. So i want to throw that question a little bit to meg talk first of all what marketing strategies that juncos element puts out. Do you recommend in this context. And then we can open up more broadly to the group for strategies that they pursue to to target these people so for about a new less saying that you just listed. We have great designs in express stocks to send out just listed postcard. You should absolutely be sending something out to not. Only as peter mentioned your sphere of influence on the list that you developed over the years but we have functionality and tools within that software where you can do a bullseye eye radius. You can do a radius around that. Let's say might be someone in the neighbor of that's looking to upgrade or expand. Whatever it might be or maybe downsize in some cases. There's also the opportunity in there to you to a list by demographics so there's so many opportunities so i think you know using not only the list that you have that you develop thirty years of your clients are maybe you're working with title or whatever it might be sent those but then also has you know eventually when we get to targeting buyers. We don't now you're gonna want to extend develop that list so definitely using express stops to send out just listed us card and the improv. We have really great designs to send out a just listed e blast or because we can't do open houses and you know you don't have the opportunity to have that open house registry as this pool of potential buyers sent out some sort of You know email. That's about boogieing a private tour on whatever language that you have to put in there to make sure that allows the guidelines and that the safety concerns the p p all of that with that strong call to action. a lot of people are also doing virtual tori. So maybe you've gone through the house on social media and you wanna promote that. You're going live on instagram or facebook and i want to have your participants join in to kind of see firsthand this open house tour or if you've done a video or three detour you can also include that as well within the e blast with the link so that they can go watch the video And connect back with you. It's a property that they're interested in so those two tools that we have expressed stocks in improv express. Stocks pran improv is for digital. You should have everyone back is in your list in your sphere of influence in both of those accounts so literally anytime you have a new listing you can just automatically go shoot those two things out to your list and they can get them as quickly as possible again like we said these are people that are actively on those websites looking at properties. They kind of know what they wanna know what they're looking for so if you can either beat them to the punch before they see it on other sites that they're stocking or you know get the listening to them shortly after they've seen it it's just another touching point to remind them are really liked. Peters one two three four main street on him to a private tour ideas are starting to pop into the chat. You know one thing. I would One thing i would do is i would pick up the phone. I'd go real old school on this because if it's fire you can actually pick up the phone and call them if it's agents you know they'd have buyer's you can actually pick up the phone and call them to do that. But what else would everybody else do on this. I'm curious how do you find a buyer. How do you reach a buyer and present a property to them that is actively looking at. You know what's a good idea. Hey peter jump in. So i will say that for us. I would say probably out of our total buyer sales each year we pick up about fifteen to twenty percent of our buyer pool where people that were shopping with other agents so we know them but they've gone with like you know the friends aunt or the the cousin that has a real estate license and with as competitive as the market is. There's a lot of frustration in the market and so the reason that we end up a lot winning a lot of those buyers is because we share our case studies about hauer helping our buyer succeed via social media through you know our stories. We don't post like offer accepted. Because i don't. I don't think that anyone cares that. You've got your clients. Offer accepted as much as we go out and say hey here was the client. Here's the situation. Here was the challenge. Here was the solution we brought. And here's the result and so telling those case studies through social media or putting those case studies on your website or anywhere that people can go and see your track record of success especially in a competitive market is a fantastic way to start pulling some buyers that you do know about maybe have chosen to work with somebody else so We've had a lot of success with that. Love that dave what else we got together. I guess. I think you're really right about picking up the phone. And going i mean there's there's no more direct touch that keep you know that Motivates people in a way than hearing your voice getting. You're getting the talk right in front of them letting them hear how when you when you express to somebody how urgent you think something is if you don't act in this house it's going to be gone tomorrow right. There's a real difference from in that. And then just sending people passively an email saying hey thank. You should pay attention to this. You know really good. Can i just jump in for a second clem. Just reading the chat. Everybody has great ideas on how to market but were specifically talking about marketing to buyers that you know so like reaching out to other agents aren buyers you know those abayas myers don't know when you see on the marketing. Yeah just pick the one that. How do they get in touch with the people who i personally know that. A currently actively looking is marketed. Totally different than someone. That's actively looking at. I don't physically know for personally. No that's well said all right so on that note. Maybe that's the perfect. The perfect time agree. I think what the why that's so well said is because that's how we think marketing is just market to everyone if you market everyone your marketing to know when you guys realize that if you're not targeted marketing you're just getting an loss of spam ac- of marketing. Yeah and you're a year then costing your list. Maybe some people that were really interested are like you know. Peter's just sent me way too many emails. You know i'm exhausted. I'm probably going. To unsubscribe so super important you know there's ways that you can segment your list and as you haven't sent time on doing mount. We suggested doing that at the top of our quarantine and the spring but really reach out to us and let us know. Were happy to Teach you how to upload different lists but it's super important that you don't just have one giant list with know seven thousand plus contacts and that that's who you're sending to every time really take time to drill down those different buckets of people absolutely should. You're absolutely right. And that's so let's talk let's take jeff's q. Then and talk a move on and talk about the buyers whom we don't know who are these people. As jeff pointed out a lot of them are going to be the clients of the agents that you know right so reaching out to other agents is going to be. The key is one of the key things that we do here for sure but there are a number of other strategies that are going to be just as important Training your sphere of influence to refer people to you one of the things. I like that. I see a lot of agents to I'm giving the game away is the auto signatures. They remind people. A referral is the sincerest form of flattery. Or or whatever you know they they take him to make sure that they tell their clients if you were happy working with france And that's a really important thing to cultivate to plant that idea in people's minds because the only way going to reach People you don't know is through the people that you're already working with who praise you Attract the attention of people with insight. branding yourself as a market expert. Right most agents. I know they former specific area. The civic buildings specific neighborhoods and There are number of strategies that you can use to sort of establish your boniface in this area You know put up market statistics on that area to people who live in that area. Try to get press where you can be quoted as a market expert in that area So put out insight That will reach people who are actually looking and we'll say oh you know. I remember that agent who sent those markets statistics On our neighborhood we should reach out to that person And then project the right image Make sure that you are establishing yourself in your social media feeds as as a real estate expert as person who works in real estate and who is professional trustworthy insightful. Intelligent so i i'm stealing everyone's thunder but i those. Those are the things. I think are really important for trying to reach these people and then talk a little bit about you. Know how best to reach other agents and their clients. And i think bill. You're finding out projecting the image. We all know that over ninety percent of people are starting their journey online. So yes you have your listing back. That's on element dot com. It's up on all this indicated sites but have you actually spend time looking at yourself. Online is your profile on almond dot com completes. You have a great violence. You have a headshot. I mean people are gonna connect with you if they can't see your face Does it still mentioned about social media. Profiles do have those profiles. Are they professional. Are you actively posting in engaging with your following and you know posting meaningful market statistics or new listings or cross marketing other people's listings. Whatever it might be you know. People can take a few seconds easi easily. Google your name. All of that stuff is gonna pop up. Take the time to kind of clean up your online profile so that it's consistent across the board. It looks really strong in professional. And it's really inviting for people to want to reach out to you at work with you. That's good advice. i'm you so. I wrote down a couple things i wrote down. I'm glad you brought up a syndicated sites but you know taking ads. Google ads targeting google ads a doing social media promoting social media mailing to the neighborhood. I thought about like in areas like lagoon know people put magazines in hotel rooms. What are the where who the active buyers that you don't know how you gonna get property in front of let's here. What are you gonna do a lot of the strategies you talked about or maybe good for reaching passive buyers right but it may not be it may not be enough to reach the active ones people who are in the market right now. I think jeff really hit the nail on the head when he talked about how we going to target our colleagues who are actively working with buyers. How am i going to make sure that my property gets in front of those agents. So that as they're looking for their clients who want to buy yesterday they're going to think of me they're gonna you know they're gonna come to my listings or as dave said i can lure them away. I loved the idea to build a building great relationships with our broker community. Are there agents out there that love you wanna sell. You're listening to because they are so easy to work with and they upgrade properties in that. You're someone to work with. So i really to that. Having great nations in the brokers community is an agent referral network right. Now that's important to to to have colleagues if you're working in san gabriel valley You want to make sure that you know an agent or have close relationships with an agent in san diego. North county Because those agents aren't gonna if their clients want to move to pasadena. They're probably not going to drive all the way up there and deal with that they're gonna look for an agent to refer to so those are active buyers. We don't know we want to have a strong network. We want to look for networking opportunities with our colleagues from around california and from the other regions at at douglas salomon are you in touch with the newark new york. Are you in touch with florida agent and then within a couple of a virtual events right i call i know scott more did one and i think somebody else what i'm trying to remember however those working are those things he did. You recommend those. Were you get a product or something to to go in with you and then you do a virtual tour of the home and that's a great way to get it out there. I think for people that are comfortable on camera or you don't even have to be on camera. You could just kind of the voice of god and the property can be. What's really on camera. But we've seen a lot of really great. Virtual property events are forest. But again you know people's attention spans especially right now for ritual staff because everything like your workouts virtual. Everyone going live instagram. There's so much happening. That i think we're kind of using the capacity as you know. Say if we were in april we'd have a lot more participation. See you really need to think of some creative ideas like nicole said something in the child about a house and connecting it to the art world. And not you to think creatively and we're happy to help you with that but is there some sort of connection between the house in architecture that you can bring in an architect that he can kind of or she can kind of talk about You know their inspiration and all of that but you need to think of creative ways to poll people in your them interested in attending and their attention for that whole time. I think that's great and meg do a little shoutout to juliet honan if everybody could go on her instagram chuck latest video on a home tour she did. I don't know who saw get but it is. I think it's the way tours are going. I don't think hiring company having them bill now with the drone shots and everything and without you in it actually doing. The tour is gonna hold people's attention when you watch it go through this house and she laughs. She goes down step and says don't fall here. Like i did just a little earlier or he plops down in a caption says manyika. Sit here for hours. You know those kinds of things is what engages the audience brings the and holds them to the house. So to your point. Meg gotta be really really entertaining in some sense right and they have to be authentic and personal and really need you in it. Everyone on this on the zumra. No you're gonna have to get comfortable problem a camera because he's going to make the difference. It's going to be a make or break on your videos with your home tour. That is a perfect segue to the next are four quadrants passive buyers whom we know because social media is obviously a big part of being touched with our spirit influence people who are may not be actively in the market but who we hope to either work with we worked with in the past and we hope to work with again who we hope to cultivate the point. They want to work with us when they have real estate. needs or simply that we wanna keep our name. Top of mind for them As whenever the the subject of real estate comes up so these are people that were were trying to keep them. Warm right we. There are leads one day. We'll work with them and we want to give them a steady diet of meaningful information week. These are long term relationships that we're cultivating and we keep our name top of mind as their real estate resource and here's where using some of our Market reports for example is absolutely essential. For what what you're doing element puts out the best market reports bar. None of any firm in the industry. And if you're not using them in this context you really missing the boat in my because they establish you as a market expert and as a source of meaningful market information that keeps people aware even if they're not actively looking. Oh you know. I can use this to sort of figure out an idea of what my house is currently worth or if this is the right time to be in the market or not and just that that steady information keeps you and your name top of mind for them with their thinking about you know ultimately getting in the market. So what i would add to this. Bill has this is where target marketing becomes really important because passive buyers are hitting delete. They're not actively looking so what's going to get their attention and in. Here's what i believe. I believe that. If you're in la gale and your marketing enlisting anneli gale. And you're putting in. There is an equestrian property. If i'm a horse if i'm going to question person is gonna to me and so being very specific about who are the buyers for elliot property. Who are the buyers for a malibu property. Oh maybe surfers you know. Get a key on point dume because you serve now you have access to these great waves. You should buy this house. That's going to draw me in and so being very very very targeted. Passive buyers are only going to key in on things like golf you know. Or maybe like security privacy or maybe surfing or equestrian or maybe something. No that's going to relate to their personal interest on top of the idea of buying a piece of real estate so really targeted and a lot of times. You geisel asked me and you'll go. Well peter you might properties not selling. And i'm going to go well. Let's take a look at your markovic. They look at your marketing. A new one e blast for one property when there's four potential buyers that property and you haven't written for e blast one to target each of those four is that lazy or is it just because you don't know to do that. I don't know but the reality is you've got you've got to really target because if you market to everyone you're marketing to and if you're just casting this net if you're just sending out an e blast to your friends and family and to agents thinking you're going to sell a property that's pretty lazy young actually jerk but we have to get more creative here and i hope if you agree with me right. Yes in the chaffetz because we got up like focus in zero in and target people so that they'll respond to your marketing only put. Yes in there if you agree with me and to that point marketing in our team can't help you if you're not able to collaborate with us it really. Tell us the buyer demographics. The first thing. I ask someone when they have as peter mentioned may be saying that they're having issues with showings or they're not getting any activity. I asked you know first and foremost like who do you think is going to buy and be specific about it and then also what has been the feedback so i can understanding is it. The price is it because you are showing sixty photos and you should really only showing like ten to fifteen in. You're showing that you much and you know they're not interested now because there's a really ugly powder room and they don't realize that it has potential by you know you kinda gave them too much in the first round so you know the only way that we can help. You is through this collaboration as if you were actively thinking about all those things as well and really drilling down into the specifics of who these different buyers are peter. I have a question This is a great presentation. But i have a question for the whole group Is anybody out there. Using by side to market their properties kennedy repeater even great tool. Take us through it. I'm not gonna take you through because it's gonna take it's gonna take an hour of training. But but i'm i'm listening to all this and the first thing i think about is that if you don't know what that is you need to know what by that is but it's a tool that you can actually contact anybody. That's register on. Our website is looking for a property. Like when you have to sell without you even having to know that they exist so if you don't know about by side i'll put the link where you can sign on through douglas to try it out but just talked to connie we reilly about jeff jeff gantner still on yup and they've now updated tool but there's great features there that i think that we're all missing that are like the basics of being able to market property without even having to use our marketing department for anything it's reaching out to buyers fell right yes into the active buyers. We don't know categorize the most fundamental way big time and there's a home valuation tool which every agent should be putting on their email signature. So that every time you send an email the someone had says you evaluate your home so can include the link here Show you all have it but Think about you know. We have so many tools. And i think we sometimes forget about what we have or but connie's to schedule an updated training by side next week or two through john. We we actually have. We run by side training on the basic set of tools once a week and on the cma settles once a week so we run two bites sessions gray almost every single week. So we should. We should conroy again. That's actually something though because they understand from the perspective how that works and then we can have you no matter. Somebody take us through the mechanics but i think just i would love to see you guys do a presentation on on on how to use by side from an agent perspective. Like i'm noticing here. Laurie jean steele says you can put on social media the valuation tool etc. I mean again. We gotta get into this. This is great so the addresses element dot get by side dot com up in here. But if you're not familiar with it you don't even need training. Just go and play with it over the weekend but you should really think about that tool to me to be able to go and actually contact usually for two things. One is five listing. I'm going to contact everybody in the buyer pool. That's been registered the company even if they're registered with bianca and. I'm scott marketing the property. It's gonna go out to bianca's customers right number one to is i can go into a listing presentation with seller and say i know who the buyers are this is how many active buyers we currently have registered with element dot com. That if you list with me. I can contact immediately a real list. No one else can do that bell before we jump. I just wanted to mention to other tools for the passive buyers. Hunger lives ing the message boards so each region has a message board. If you're not subscribe to log into douglas and you will see it should be right on your homepage. you can click in subscribe. There are so many posts that people will post. I have someone looking for x. Y. and z. That's a perfect place and then also For our western region folks. We have our facebook western region group and people do the same. they are so making. Sure your meaning in and you're active because those are great tools that everyone's using kind of post their needs. That's great and your marketing coordinator can help you to figure out either of those. If you don't know how we've got one more of quadrant. Glover bill i hang in there with us. World will will go through. We're going over by a few minutes. But i think it's worth it. Were were in the home stretch so passive buyers that we don't know this. Is you know people that. We need strategies for Always expanding our sphere of influence right and finding a way to reach new people all the time because You know it it just pays and we don't want to exhaust as mike said we don't want to exhaust our own mailing list. We want to be building on our mailing list and bringing more people into the fold so Castro net widely get involved with the community. I mean there are some of our agents who really accelerate this kind of mining To find new buyers right. They're they're deeply engaged in community activities. they join social clubs. They belong the country club. They belonged to a bay. That was a book club or whatever it is they play they play in a a a intermurals sport and and they make new friends that way all the time and these are all critical not only for your mental health. I think but for meeting new people all the time and i always expanding your Your sphere and then target area and establish yourself And we talked a little bit about this in the last one but Becoming sort of the real estate owner of a particular town or neighborhood or community So that you know people sort of talk about you as the expert where you are Is obviously a thing that gets out there in. The ether reaches a lot of people and helps you that. Investment pays dividends because people will seek you out bill. Remember and cut bill when you could actually go to a movie theater. Yes she this category here something that she did big time so she bought the ads in the movie theaters lincoln center. There's little that run before the movie goes on it's the biggest it's a giant multiplex in the upper west side. When those of us who live here this was the movie theater that you went to thirteen screens. And and her ad came on before the movies at the before it was commonplace to watch ads. Before movies she started do this on their slide shows and she was the one real estate agent came to own the whole upper west side and he gets it done and It was it was has a buyer. Somebody watching a movie. But you're going to the movies haven't seen that name over and over and over again you're captive audience. And i mean i would go to the movies my friends and they knew that i was in real estate. They'd be like does she work for you. I mean they. They got curious. They couldn't help asking you know on those on those screens to. I've seen agents do that. But you know there's a story You guys that stam tells. I don't think he's on the I just look. I didn't see him on their shares. Where he has buddy. They can't help himself to buy real estate when he sees it and so standard into looking a real estate with them because he won't look avenue otherwise and so he would go like. Hey we have lunch with me today. And they'll have lunch together and then he'll say like hey. I'm just running up to look at this house. We go with me with me and the guy goes sure he goes in you. Did it again and offer so those old school techniques of that with peter. Lowy time you guys go. I just want you to check out. This property is really cool. You know he wasn't even in the market and you buy from me. You know you gotta like just bring people to property sometimes and they may not be actively looking but they'll buy if they like it and Old school but it works. It does any other thoughts on that from the crew before we hang up la buyers passive buyers who we don't know what are some good techniques to again to target marketing right. We talked a lot about that. Very important shawn goodman s. Could we have. The sheet added to listing presentation. Please i don't see why not meg you. I think it's a really really good piece. Actually we will definitely circulate it. I think it. I think it can help people more broadly And you know you can use it to jot down your ideas for how you can segment your marketing. The way that we're talking about right As peter said it's not enough to have just one sort of static marketing strategy because you're not trying to reach just one static group. You're trying to reach all kinds of people And if you think of them as i in this way This can be a model for developing a multi pronged strategy. That will help. Broaden your sphere of influence Help you fish more widely and help you establish yourself as the market expert that people want agree to and you know what this is so cool because on a listening presentation. What is a seller. Ask us every single time they say. How're you gonna find my buyer. That's the question. How are you going to find the buyer for my house. And i wouldn't say like which one you pass that. We know you know what i mean. I can go right in and dive into this quadrant with them. And having a conversation that wrong strategy and peter if i could jump bid is far as i'm concerned the only way i see this and i think it's great to figure out a marketing strategy but it is a listing presentation. I can walk into a listening presentation with four quadrants and have an entire conversation with the seller. That you're absolutely right. No one is going to have and really build the plan with them and they'll actually give you the and you start filling it out go. Great this is how. I'm going to mark the sound of work to this group. Here's what we do here. Here's the land and it's such a strategy that no one is doing is it's all fluff. It's all smoke mirrors. The most people are doing. I actually just want the sheet and i would just only walk in and present off this. Why do you think. I'm worth six percent. Anybody else talking to be like us. I mean one hundred percent point. No one's having firstly sound different. Even if you can't do this you know by memory you know if you're gonna try and do this the fact that you're talking about something that nobody else is talking about. Just think about that. And i'm actually bill meghan. Peter like this was awesome today. Because i don't know any company that we even do something like this. For their sales professionals. They even know how to so relaxing. Say is really cool. Thing is you. Show the quads. And then you just get to show them so look because of this group and this group. I wrote two different blasts that went out to seven thousand people but i worded it differently. Is targeting this way. Let me show you buy sign how i get the fires. I don't know that might be working with our firm and all of a sudden you're showing them based on the marketing strategy. The tools that we have and things that you do that you pull out your instagram. and you're like at. Here's how i actually wrote this ad to target this group of people that i definitely don't know is able to reach a million people and all of sudden they're seeing a completely and totally detailed plan and a strategy that no one else is gonna show guaranteed seating snot. James neal this morning about the off market that you have you got and you. The guys worried about zillow estimated which. i think. There's a whole conversation about that but if you show him by side and said there wasn't if you actually get listing listed with us we'll get the buyers can reach for you that i can't retry now. That's compelling reason to put the property on the mls because you can actually reach buyers if if you if you had that audience. If i can show quickly just so everyone can kind of see why. It's so important for us to have the collaboration with marketing as well. Just a little glance into a strategy that was done for property in new york. So you can see all the different. We call them concepts or coffee blocks that we were talking about how you would target to different people. Different known jumping off. Everybody wants to stay on for this campaign messaging so we have nine different options. And they're really quick headline said had but going back to you know the strategy. That was focused on this campaign and we'll have different messaging depending on who were targeting to. We might have a little bit of a different design. Depending on who it is to choose the right photos that work with the copy or this otographer copy not a works to direct the certain buyer demographic. So don't think we're asking you these questions to be difficult. It's because we're trying to help you develop something like this. That can really speak to that target and really hit home. So it's not as we've been talking about just a generic e blast set. You're sending off seven thousand eight ball interesting. Well i think we're we're peter win. He's disappeared the hills of malibu there. But but i thank you so much for For co hosting today with us. I think it was really great. And thank you to all those of you who participated I we will circulate the The quarter sheets that we developed. I hope found it helpful and I wish everyone a very good and relaxed and sedate weekend. I'm going to be turning the news off shortly and not paying attention to it again until sunday. Everybody was another typical friday morning drive. We'll see an actually boston. Good one everyone.

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Episode 82: Giants of Anger (Part 1)

The Daily Word | From The Fountain

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Episode 82: Giants of Anger (Part 1)

"Welcome to the daily word from fountain heard weekdays at four pm on live radio w f. I stay tuned for today's encouraging and inspirational message. We're going to talk about a different gun to fight today. I love those. That's when the fights started jokes weren't in a sermon. Series called goliath most fall so We all have heard about that fight. Teenage boy taken down a giant with a sling and a stone. Probably one of the most famous stories in the bible but in this series. We're talking about some spiritual giants. What are you talking about when you say spiritual giants well. It's those things that invade our lives that don't belong. They may be thoughts. Maybe some bad habit things that want to control us you know. It feels like you're never gonna win the fight. In fact i had a many years ago. Passed the wrote this little book and it was in my library and the title of the book. Was that thing in other words. It was that one thing that so many of us have that one thing that we just struggle with in fact. I've heard a lot of christian. Say if i could just pass the russell could get victory over this one thing man. I'd really be a good christian. Here's the good news. Jesus is already won. The victory over that thing in every other thing can get a house. This is so much more than a bible story. David and goliath. It's really a picture of the gospel of picture of the victory that jesus has gained for us over every giant. You will ever face by the way. I'm not a motivational speaker. I'm a preacher of the gospel and the gospel has the power to heal you everywhere. You hurt and there are people sitting here today. I felt like the lord spoke to me. As i was sitting there in that front row that i felt like the lord was saying. I'm going to heal some people today. We don't come here just to sing a few songs and put some money in a bucket and say ben to the preacher and go home the same way we came. I believe we can go home the same way we came. We missed god. Because he's here today and i believe he wants to heal is than some places and the giants that we've been talking about are the giant of fear the giant of rejection the giant of comfort. And by the way big shoutout to pass the rubin who preached while. I was away last week. A great message in nyc. You give him some love here with me. Thanks bro giant of comfort that keeps us glued to our church pew would never really come out of the comfort zone comfort zones or wonderful places but nothing ever grows their rejection fear. And today we're gonna talk about another giant the paralyzes people and it's the giant of anger. Probably the person that needs the message the most would say. I'm not angry. Angry people in the world today a lot of them are sitting in church. Pews and the giant of anger is evident in this story. I want to talk to you about that today because uncontrolled anger can do so much damage in our families in our marriages our workplace. And i believe that. God wants to heal some people today. That are suffering or fighting with the giant of anger. Let me take you to the story because you may be wondering well. Where's the anger in. This story of david and goliath. By the way. Jesus jesus has won the victory over every giant david in this story. He really is a picture or representation of jesus for jesus. The bible says there's a better moses better abraham. He's a better david. David is really a picture of jesus. Watch because you've got to get away from by these aren't just bible stories. They're stories but but god put everything in the bible on purpose for a purpose and it was to teach us about jesus and in the old testament jesus's concealed but in the new testament he is revealed and david is a picture of jesus and goliath is a picture of sin and death and darkness and david takes the giant down with a sling stones. But jesus took the devil down with across an empty grave. He is the mighty god and listen everybody. Whatever giant you're facing it is not bigger than our christ praise. God so here we go. Here's the giant of anger. Let me give you the setting the backdrop if you will. David's father's name is jesse. And he sends david to the battlefield to check on his brothers. Elliott has there been a davidge their shamas. They're the older brothers. They're fighting the philistines on one side of the mountain and the israelites on the other side of the mountain every day for forty days and forty nights twice a day. The giant goliath nine foot tall a beast of a man a little taller and billie but probably looked like billy wilson belittles haller. Every day he came out. And he said i defy the armies of israel. Sent out a man that can fight with the. If i win you will serve us. If he wins. We will serve you. David goals then to the battlefield check on his brothers. And jesse is daddy said take him this bread grain and these cheeses and come back and tell me how the brothers my sons are doing so david gets there and in the previous chapter or later on in chapter seventeen. You read about david talking with his brothers. He's talking with his brothers. he's talking with a man and they're telling them what king saul is going to do. For the man that kills giant he gives daughter to white and riches and david is talking with his brothers. He here's the giant talking. Here's out of his ears. Goliath saying i defy the armies of god. David said who is this uncircumcised philistine. That he would defy the armies of the living god and soon as he said that the tone shifted with him and his brother ever been in a conversation and the tone shifted and so david starts to talk about. Who is this philistine. Now i'm going to take you to second samuel seventeen versus number twenty eight and here's david's older brothers reaction. When iliev david's oldest brother heard him speaking with men. He burned with anger at him. And ask. why have you come down here. And with whom did you leave those few sheep in the wilderness. I know how conceded you are. And how wicked your heart is no you. Don't nobody knows the heart of a man. Except god says i know how conceded you and how wicked your hardest. You came down only to watch the battle. Wait a minute here. Why is eliot not just angry. Burning elliott was on fire. He's so angry at his little brother. David and david dozen deserve and david never did anything to make you angry. But elliot's burning with anger towards his little brother. David you see alley that already seen the favor of god. David's life he heard about how david when when a lion and a bear came and took one of the sheep. Out of the of the fold. The david killed a lion and he killed the bear elliott. Already seen the favor of god on david's life. He knew the david's musician skills already advanced. He was well aware that david had a special way with the sheep. And so when david started talking about who is this. Giant elliott was thinking right away. Okay my little brothers going to get the spotlight one. More time l. ebbs on fire. Now i'm not a psychologist. I'm only speaking as a pastor here today but you know what people deal with anger in a lot of different ways. Now i'm gonna hit the pause button and talk about different kinds of anger right here. But this is the oldest brother of david and the oldest son of jesse is burning with anger towards his brother. We'll get back to that in a moment. Two kinds of anger and repressed expressed. Anger comes out in a lot of ways when people with express anger belittle other people. And that's exactly what he was doing to his little brother. Who's usually those few sheep with. He begins to belittle his brother name. Calling is expressed anger cursing. Violence is expressed anger. And when it comes out it damages everybody around you see uncontrolled. Anger is an express lane to destruction. Not only is there expressed anger. There's repressed anger it's stuffed way down. You never talk about it never address. Whatever got you angry in the first place. And that's the worst kind of anger. Our secrets only keep a sick. It's like trying to hold repressed. Anger is like trying to hold a beach ball underwater and ever tried to hold a beach ball under the water. What happens just keeps popping back up and you keep pushing down and pushing the down and it only comes popping back up again and let me illustrated this way and ask you this question. At what temperature. Fahrenheit does water boil at this is not a trick question. What temperatures water. Boil two hundred and twelve degrees now if the water's at two hundred and ten degrees it only takes a little more heat for the water to boil. I would like to suggest this to you. There are a lot of people walking around at two hundred and ten degrees all the time. They've got this repressed anger and it and just like the water when it's a to ten it only takes little heat to make it. Boil enters too many people some set in the charge that are walking around at two hundred and ten degrees and a little bit of stress and a little bit of pressure and a little bit of heat and we boil over and then repressed. Anger becomes expressed anger in elliot's case david's older brother. We're talking about expressed anger. It had been repressed for a while. But now they're on the battlefield and the stress was on and all the sudden david had no idea. His older brother felt the sweat and all the sudden he says. What are you doing here. I know you're conceited. And i know your heart's wicked davis. But he but he but he he. What the tone shifts. You didn't come down here to us supplies. You came down here to watch the battle and with who you leave those. You feel little sheep. David have a few jeep. He was a shepherd and a lotta she probably has. Daddy had hundreds of sheet. You know what elliott was doing here. He was trying to refrain david's world. That's what angry people do. They belittle other people in other words. He's saying on the oldest son on the on the one that deserves the nod on the one that deserves the inheritance. You're just a little shepherd boy. I'm a fighting man. You're just a shepherd boy and you only have a few sheet. That's what angry people do. They find ways the knockdown tear down and pushed down other people around them and then in his anger. Elliot attempts to assassinate david's character. I know you're conceited. And your heart is wicked. No no no no. Elliot's heart was wicked. And here's how it went down before we tell you how it went down. You know what i find. When people assassinate other people's character tipping their hand at what's going on in their own heart and elliott heart was the one that was wicked. And here's how it all went down and here's what made elliott angry. God sent the prophet samuel to jesse's house one day because god had rejected saul being king and was going to anoint. Another king samuel new. The next king was coming out of jesse's house. So samuel goes there and we'll pick the story up in. I samuel chapter sixteen ver six. And here's what samuel did he said. Jesse i want all your sons to come marching into the living room and i'm going to anoint one of them to be the next king and when they came he looked on elliott because he was the oldest and samuel said surely the lord's anointed as before him but the lord said samuel do not look on his appearance or on the height of stature. Because i've rejected in for the lord sees not as man sees man looks on the our appearance but the lord looks at the heart amen to that in other words here elliott standard right there. He's the oldest. He's thinking it's my turn. It's my chance we're gonna pour the oil on my head and samuel says not him and then been a dab the second oldest and then shaw the third oldest not him not him and i'm wondering fairly straight stay standing right there. When he heard the words not him. My chances on my opportunity is lost. And they're not gonna turn back the clock and start over and starting to get angry. And here's what it says next verse. Jesse made seven of his sons pass. Before samuel and samuel said jesse the lord is not chosen any of these and samuel said. Jessie are all your son's here and he said well there remains yet the youngest but behold he is keeping the sheep and samuel said. Go get him. And elliot's got to be thinking not the kid up for and somebody else get it and you go. Oh no not. Her samuel said cernan kadam. We're not going to sit down till he comes in here. And he sent and brought him in. That was david and he was ready and beautiful eyes and was handsome and the lord said arise annoying him for this. Wow samuel took the horn of oil and anointed him in the midst of his brothers and the spirit of the lord rushed upon david from that day. Forward and samuel rose up and went to raba. Look the spirit of the lord rushed in. That's how david kill july. See god's holy spirit can enable you to do what you could never do on your own. That's how great god is now l. ever standing there and he's thinking. Oh no when. David says who is. This uncircumcised philistine. Elliott has been angry for a long time now because he was rejected jealous. That david was chosen. He had killed line and a baron. Oh no he's going to get the spotlight again. Selection process went down. Elliot's heart was on fire. David walks through the door and the oil is poured on his head and eliot was just burning with anger towards his brother. And right here. We see the roots of anger. Here's one of them. They're not on the big screen. One of the roots of anger is rejection. Not getting picked passed over for the promotion or or maybe something else. How many remember when you were the after thing back a long time. Now how many of you remember back in gym class when they pick teams anybody here ever get last picked. They pick yours a captain. And here's a captain and pick your teams. Everybody goes to school like that. You know me too you know. And then they pick this kid this kid and you're standing there and it's just you and one more and he in and i go okay on that team. Anybody ever been there. I still need counselling. I think over that whole mess. I mean i used to send love notes all the time you know i love you. You love me. Yes or no. This was before texting and came back with a circle on the no till i met lan and she said yes. Thank you jesus but you. I'm sure everybody in the room has felt rejection at some point or another elliott was dealing with his issues of rejection anger. A lot of times comes from our inability to process issues and rejection gives birth to jealousy. Someone else got what i deserved. So i'm angry at them. Rejection not chosen elliott angry because he was not chosen and not only is he feeling rejection. He's feeling jealousy. Because david got what he thought belonged to him. Jealousy always forces us to compare and compete with one another and whenever we compare and compete with each other it steals our joy and its silence from celebrating one. Another rejection causes us to be angry. Jealousy is root of anger. Unfulfilled expectations is the third source of anger. I expected he would do this when you didn't. I became angry with you. We hope you enjoy the daily word from the fountain. The fountain of life is located at twenty thirty five columbus. Wrote in burlington. New jersey. pastor russ would love to meet you this sunday at either of our nine or eleven. am services for directions or more information. Please feel free to contact us by calling six nine four nine nine twenty one. Thirty one or visit our website at f. l. c. j. dot org on behalf of pastor russ. Thanks for listening to today's message on live radio w ifi your inspiration station.

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Season Two: In Their Closet Introducing GIRL CHAT

In Their Closet

33:21 min | 2 years ago

Season Two: In Their Closet Introducing GIRL CHAT

"More than just a pretty face in their closet. podcast with Lisa L. More than a health. More ills podcast discusses. This is how we feel on the inside versus one is displayed on the outside. He's trendsetters challenge you to declutter your mind and falter the way. Think join the conversation station as L. speeds with guest vocal tor careers fashion labels selecting our ears today. Yeah I just WanNa say you. You are always so supportive. I remember the first time when I did that. I keano agenda is to make well known of the many talented women that I have. I've been blessed to meet and collect over the years out of a box dialogue. Sure to leave a mark on your sold. This is in their closet podcast. Welcome to end their closet. I'm your host elmore and this is a special episode of in their closet. It's called TAT. I'm happy to bring you this special trauma so that we recorded on Valentine's Day to give it as you just late to the party hit play and then walk on and gravity some of you. WHO HAVE I've known for a long time are going to be like why is L. participating in this conversation and that's an episode for another day in the meantime grab a glass of wine nine and join the conversation? We're going to make it. Yes so for seventy five yes Alissa white wine young yet year good alcohol and these parts the beyond yeah beyond say okay. Delicious to a wonderful professional ship to rank NASA. Are we moving to the next question. We are going to pick up. I don't know how much you guys are missed. So so we're gonNA braves preaching so when data and practicing celibacy when Maria to tell the person you're dating AH choosing a celebrate my style until further note own man. The guy that I was talking to in the beginning right at the beginning. How their workout as you? So they never caught they ran back. Yeah but I will off doing it later on in the beginning and then I was told that he should probably because it felt dishonest to not I say it. If it doesn't come up as dishonest tonight and then when I when I did that I know that it turned a lot of guys the first COUPLA conversations maybe three conversations and bringing a and to me Assad blessing because it led me we through a whole lot of in there. Yeah three point one on Friday to leave you get job do a hell of a job and then you say I'm GonNa have my baby and say sweet whatever it is you do like you. Let them get to know you in value as a person measure duong the town is she worked the late yet stranger danger or all black act that it never worked with all a guy with the right the right guy. Because that's how oh how I've right neighbor he ship this Sunday. Jon Allan Haller kids oral communication but also burgers. I like the way you're saying to you you just like saying immune on it. When he's interpreting counts for young? Yeah we had the back. This is the Komo. But that's my thoughts on that. Is You have to build her out every situation that you're and each person you you know you you may meet a person and you may have instant chemistry and this that and the other end it might be important to you to tell them. CBS because of the chemistry. Your body's feeling with this person your heart your spirit. Whatever the case right but then you have other people that you don't feel obligated to tell them at all and maybe maybe maybe you like yeah you just never really not? Each situation is dependent on the person that you're interacting with. Honestly anybody that you tell whether it's one day a one year that you tell them into you guys dating or whatever the case if they run because as you're making a choice for your body then by Oh we WANNA is this guy we we pay then you would any came up to. We've changed numbers. And he told told me that he was practicing celibacy and that he had been sexually active for a long time. Which I respected you? You probably know. Today they changed numbers after it but he liked the look. The move was just allow. No it would not say until he miari his new wife and then he wins history value in very poor do are you masturbating on nothing autumn. Alarmed everything he plays me like. You know you don't have to masturbate here by right. That was refreshing to hear from a guy. That wasn't a Dilbert from me. The problem was his attitude about. It's not having sex. He was very self righteous about it. Vegans who can the lead in life. I think they're standing. I don't see why. WBZ HAVE YOU WANNA say that. But I have a die. Frayed Guy Friends. We're both going celebrate life size right now and he was like yeah masturbate. He was like I masturbated Cambio. Have you masturbate. I'm getting mine this way and just aww established boarding in masturbation. I don't know why it's wrong in like the community has because but I don't have to think about I I would think about me and it comes down to maybe with someone else or maybe with be saved choice. uh-huh with me you know. We're violinist in church in Beijing. And yes I Komo was was giving me his spiel on. This is why isn't having taken a great situation. But he felt like he was very indignant about it was not even the fact that he was saying he was celebrate. It was like I didn't like Game I felt like it was game as the way you tell the story sound again. Now turn take time whole Labor when she finds then later from the beep. Hey that's an embree was at the mall. Nah I don't along with that I believe in hand holding uh-huh and America they it added like well see. That's what I would have seen. Yeah that was. Aw Listen report. Cardio is sets in my pain. Call you again mel exactly into like. Where am I going to change? And you're actually uh-huh guys matter. Dramatic responded mine. Didn't WANNA add all his female friend how to apologize. The one apologizing over coming weeks out I would. I would imagine who tells you say I got into. I really feel of a bunny to better way the answer the youngest we did okay. Here's the next question. How open eager or vulnerable should a woman be when media man that has shown no sign of interest? Though like he's interested. How much do you give will? If he's interested that's hard. I always felt this because I'm just so honest to you know when I'm it works. It works so what the bomb all right. Why do I knew game restrain you know but then I will follow back if a making the same energy take you eh reciprocate week and do that? Eighty Lake Mao all my game. Real strong you talk about apple as to why waste the time. I don't guess that in this just too much trouble trying to restrain now if I'm restraining because it's something about you I don't know you yet. You know maybe still need some time and yeah but just to. ooh You should be our yet how you. They're not reciprocate arrive. You don't have to be exter- I mentioned we you you give him a gift just eat. Yeah and then take you know how to take it from there. Then you might offer. This might not be the table. Man Leader that one in your life anyway. Yeah it doesn't know how never taught then right. I'm definitely not see. See how to be a man like do you WanNa do my man or do you WanNa be my mind interested in you like you know any Lisa Lick hanging out with me the other day like I'd love to go out with us on time my responses school down whenever Desperate because that's not respond. I'm being honest. The thing that's my responsibility we move forward directly with you and uh-huh finding out with you today and he added to the like we are gonNA reciprocate on each other and he's going to also be feeling me deep when you feel when you feel like you're you're you're honesty is not reciprocated. Well guys already. We have an issue with communication as it is so you have to know that. It's not sometimes you might get a guy and you might say all Paul you know. I had a great the time last night. You know whatever whatever and then he says yeah me too he might leave it at. That doesn't mean that he doesn't want to see you again. He just might have have the issue communicating and being a point so no excuse for the conversation station. I'm saying the phone conversation. If you have a phone conversation as a woman we have our own ways of speaking to Paul things so we get what we want to hear. You know what I mean because at the end of the day we like to be complemented. We'd like to hear what we want to hear so we know how to get those things fishing. What they call right so I think in a phone phone conversation I guess in Tex- you could fish is just a little harder yet? You know the pool from attack because you don't know the tone commie. Yeah exactly tactic. But if we're on the phone having a conversation I think you're able to talk to a man enough. We're all mature enough grown enough to pull in. Get the the response you need. And if if you're pulling doesn't work you're fishing doesn't work I want to fall back and be like okay. We'll work the time for that. You know what I mean but yeah I think in a conversation a person to person conversation do how replies sped or answer immediately. Sometimes yeah sometimes yeah life you easy then get like original Mris can put the phone down. Yeah Yeah all my guy. You'd best flag to yourself if you put the phone down when he takes you ain't check out the movie person like I can't go out with the moving parts of because I don't even know that right. Well they you're not compartmentalize warming woman. You don't you're not the woman that does the boxes can put you in. You're you're the one that likes to want what you want. I on the other hand. It could be a box they will open up your. I think what I listen so some of the MM soon I give way 'cause I'm busy. People are intimidated. Komo news time versus Gan right so mother new Friday eight to five and then on the weekends sometimes in the evenings I and so I want a person who's just as busy can respect my schedule in respect the fact that we say clear up our schedule ballclub schedule. That's what it is you decide like Ok reworkings ornaments leaving clear that let's go to dinner and then make a net hanging out Brian in making time for what you want. It's really important to know the person that you're dating to know what they're low is is located about if this is quality time in there all the intimidated how busy. They're always glided time to them because why they're the way to is by Tom. That's why we not going to be together languages quality time we've and we both got exactly this whole we've you know it's just quality time. Yeah right no money but if you get when you meet somebody that offers eighty dollars is army working on each Alabama the yes. There's the death at the back. 'cause I'm busy abusing all when your client is scheduling fading and I make it a point. Honestly my schedule I make it a point to have something profiting me at all times unless there is someone that I wanna make that time for it because I easily say okay. Why have this but I can clear all the rest it intil tomorrow? I clear my schedule. High One of my schedule because I worked for me. People are immediately intimidated when they asked me what I do. And then you like. How much schedule is that? This is a typical conversation for me with a guy. Oh what do you do for a living on the sheriff. Or what have you work for. I work for myself and then I list you know. Oh well okay okay well. How does that work and then I say oh well Monday through Friday? Cook for a Montessori School Monday through Thursday right after the Montessori school from my meal per appliance then I delivered to them after do that and then after that on Thursdays and Sundays I have the future in also on the weekends I cater all feel it all. Here's I is. That's what he is but what they don't understand me is. I don't have anyone occupying replying that time. That's agony four to make time tier so at least so you know when you spend that quality time together. You're like I want to do this again again. Soon but to the point that I was trying to make is like just because I say I'm doing all this doesn't mean I don't have time so if the guy immediately goes into I'll she ain't got time from Lumo because anybody else just as I want to spend some time with you're gonNA have to figure do this is to tell me into this thing out now. I'm intrigued now. I'm paying attention will soon the tape. It may forward to because I may time every day to make money congest what. There's a little bit of time between to make some fun with you if you want to do that. But you have to be the you gotta be worked at uh-huh yeah well yeah positive of interest. He's GonNa do yeah. He's my life that you're busy and like that. You need to make extremely guilty or make you feel bad at the time that you've lost money or income. It's been the next town whether we're a while. Oh my you guys. Did you imagine you break any. I told asshole off. Yeah it comes from out of my time G my yeah. You want invest your time with someone that you feel like a return on her her hours and I really do. Hey this misconception you will lead you immediately. Automatically may time I. I immediately made time for me. It is yeah haven't been entrepreneur like that yet because it's hard when they all you gotta go in the Privacy Payment which is which is commendable and respectable a retirement. I have which is why I'm here tonight. Why so you want to get home? I Love America and you have passing you want to pursue it and you have both the you wanNA relationship. It's like juggling not let to in your hand on another third row boat. Yeah okay that all you wanted to apply here. It's a lot when you have someone where you really we've been in and it's good and US appreciate. Yeah that's true. I what here's my question because you know I'm all about the clothes among listening it'd be on the Internet sample. What what can a guy take off? That makes him look totally. What can a guy? Ah working from being attracted to go so when he pulled the this was a nineteen ninety nine pulled up in the brand new seal Cambridge savings been coop. I think the first thing that made him and he called. Call me over to the car and get out of the car I remember stored because you can go from looking good in the car to only if you step out the porn porn short. He was one so he was like good for maximum. It was inspired by that that car and he was short care about their carbon. Nothing else it had been. What's your what's your I don't really? I mean as long as I can wear my mom I five and a half of it so I pick a solid me our first six feet and yeah same here dated five eighth dated a Guy Five. Mommy is when I put on hill as long as I can look up to them okay. 'CAUSE I win celebrity couple and they've been like side by side she heals. I might have back game. Well sorry I made myself better than with celebrity couples. EMECO DEPARTMENT I I would be a two now. Invasion San. Yeah you. Hey you pain day sorta in Bronco you gotta you gotTa be Talib Calabro. Every either in the points in the Blake it is Azzam. Start to say well. I'm not sorry. Undeniably splits I remember all those kids it is. I remember thinking out on her wedding when she wore features some point humor so she she wears a lot. Thank you can send over. Yeah really knew how ars sixty uh he cheated. He's all I'm trying to write in short. He got our our I. I hate to say that all mainers nurse that I had bought usually when people have said Omega cheaters. I'm like no no no and John Gray cheadle. So how Arjun. When he got married in his forties may have been urging he wants? Aw Bless your suzy bids on the answer. But I believe I said that in the past you got married and then you wave your whole ignored when you get married. She my it is. Why didn't mess up the message to steal? Every says methodist not like he said what a year living but in fact a- addressing at the beginning of the year they just land. He's on the road. This is my only child or something like Eh that he did he. He came to her whole. She got her she has to take care of so you ought to be who he was not like when he was there for that built like banning except who they were and they were not as they were not ready because a working on twenty four men capable husbands weekdays at MIT. We've all the astor astor billing no. I'm not I'm not sure about this. I'm just now at the point. Where do all that often? She Never GonNa that back in the point when the pastor was a virgin. Mary has hat hat. Move all right. I got a favorite. You say that you're only Sherbet. We're having a made available if he has a relationship with and he's able to his out of his relationship with but if you brother John Unreal their home ministry for everybody felt like he split in. This is that he has a personal relationship issue regard in fable because of his relationship. But that wasn't enough for him to save faithful. Also the comment. What can you imagine? You're using okay on your relationship with your wife sides down at all like your steady eh preaching preaching but what I will say that I belong to Lakewood church not because of the people that are on say but when I go for prayer and attention agree with someone of their churches. Eight please pray for me because I'm in a situation where I don't have this guy to show me or show up here. They're those careers center. When someone's attention to agree with me? I believe with the same faith in the same hole that I have and then it show up. I can't not you're not believe in what I believe. I agree with you on that will around decay. Yeah thanks for joining us on this special episode of Girls Chat within on. It's hard to get my girlfriend's together but I'd love to do this again soon. We have a blast stay tuned for more episodes two weeks from now Lebron comments.

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EP132 | Thinking Through Facebook Marketing and More with Bob Regnerus

Entrepreneur Perspectives

51:20 min | Last week

EP132 | Thinking Through Facebook Marketing and More with Bob Regnerus

"Welcome to the podcast. Entrepreneur perspectives introspective. Podcast conversations helping build and protect your business. One podcast at a time. A cast production in this episode. I chat with bob rigorous author of the book the ultimate guide to facebook advertising. This episode exists because of kessler's cazadores. Your content team you know. Many business leaders need help communicating their story. That's what we do. Content strategy creation and distribution for business leaders this provides opportunities relationships and a platform for you and your business. Why do we do this. Because we exist to help you create and share amazing content and yes you should have. A podcast will help you. Learn more by visiting kes- content dot com and when his team reached out to be on the podcast. I saw it as an opportunity to further my learning facebook advertising. And those we work with and those that listen and reader content cheddar with. Bob also gives us a chance to get under the hood of how specialist behind facebook advertising think about facebook privacy in content the research before i was able to learn a good bit about bob through twitter. Youtube n lincoln. Bob is not only an entrepreneur. He's a leader on the court as well serving as a high school basketball coach. That sports connection allows us a great. Starting point to this introspective conversation. We welcome bob. Rigorous was researching and just kind of like checking around social media and came across your twitter profile connected with you there and i think made a comment on a post talking about it doc. Emrick and what's the one call. He would want back and he went back to that game seven because i was watching it and for a second year like wise cane so what just happened like no one knew what happened. It was the weirdest thing i've seen. You did not get to celebrate because you didn't know what happened. Yeah is probably one of the weirdest championship moments in history. Yes and yeah. I mean dot com. Rick is just fantastic eddie. Olczyk obviously is a blackhawk announcer too. But i miss doc is he can weaver story and i just love him in vin. Scully's the other one. I just love been scully doing a game. It's almost dislike hypnotic. It's like you had to tation. That's what it's all about. Yeah when you watch sports and it's not just the game it's everything that's going around it and during this pandemic the storytelling becomes even more important. Because you don't have the fans and then you hear these guys talk about it. Even if it's a joe bach who's calling so many big games like you sometimes have to let the crowd called the game. You can't interrupts the moment but that situation was just because i don't know really who saw it right. There's maybe a few people few fans behind it. You see their reaction by of all the time for that to take place but going back on you remember it if nothing else. Yeah obviously it was a big deal for us but yeah cain was the only one who really did it. And then a couple of other guys went after iraq said he and the golden were the only two new it went in. Yeah so those bizarre who buffalo kid right there. Yeah yeah he something else. He's something else but they had a quite a run if he's not the greatest american born hockey player. Who is the main brett bobby haller. Yeah and patrick kane. Just worldly estimate they well especially the time. He did it in the excitement that he played with in the modern day or plays with. I should say yeah. There's a lot of fun so it's cool because there's so many different ways to connect i mean you all reach out because of the podcast and we'll just keep rolling from here there's conversations to be had and there's so many new ways to have these conversations can start because you make a comment or reply to a comment that's out there about some interesting moment in sports history which i guess is history now. Maybe it's more current day event type stuff but then you can have a conversation in just leads into so many other things and then you look like okay. We have a podcast. And bob wants to come talk to us. We have harry. Marshall who obviously you know very well and he was on the podcasts. Not that long ago and it's fascinating. Because i told him. I read his book. The eighty twenty principle and this great book. And i knew about the twenty but he kind of took anders in any twenty inside of everything. And i'd had it. And then i get this email and it's like wait a second. I gotta go check my kindle iro put. I'm like this is the perry marshall like podcast. Yeah like let's do this and next thing you know you're looking at you like wow man. Content works marketing works just being genuine and having these conversations in it's like where does that lead to and then we're talking to you and you guys give great topics of things that we can talk about and obviously facebook advertising all of that and i'm going through it and i see that patrick kane comment and that's interesting and then it's like well. He's also a basketball coach. And we have this whole platform called portsea preneurs. Clyde sports in entrepreneurship and a lot of it gets into mindset and mental health and habits and life after sports in people who are fascinated by sports and how they can apply it to their business or their life and all these things from not a journalist but almost like hey. Let's just think through these topics. Then here we are. We're talking to someone who's a high school basketball coach. You're involved in youth sports in. It's something i three kids. I think about it a lot and it's just were in are interesting place in us sports. So i mean we're gonna bounce around here and so it's awesome the chat with you bob in have these types of conversations. I wasn't aware of that connection. So we're gonna have some amazing energy. Yes yes sports. I mean obviously i have to go to practice in A few hours. So i get ready for practice in the morning. I work all day. Yeah but yeah. I mean it's such a gift. We didn't think we'd have a season january twenty seven we got word from the state of illinois saying. Hey you guys could play. Typically we start early november run through mid february and they literally said. Hey you guys could start. We practice the next day and we have a six week season so basketball season usually marathon this year at the sprint. So we're just soaking it all in doing as much we can. It's so great for the kids. Like i'm fine. I can do without it. But i coach. Fifteen sixteen year olds high school sophomores for that not to have sports is like it's a travesty. Because what sports does for somebody at that age. I know what it did for me. Learning responsibility learning to be part of a team becoming a leader becoming a follower wins and losses and how to deal with adversity. Like i i've been involved in coaching. Six was sixteen years old. I loved it so much in high school. I started coaching while was in high school and i have been coaching every year for thirty five years. So charlotte christian high school. So this is sophomores. Juniors yes chicago christian high schools mama mater by coach high school software. Boys oko coached from five year olds up to eighteen year olds men and women girls and boys. Yeah all over the place so coaches in my blood. It's what i do on the hard floor doing business. Yeah that's just. My default mode is to help people become the best they can be. Yeah it's amazing the parallels that it becomes obvious when you talk to someone and it's like two minutes into even looking through your social media. I could draw these connections like well. There is talking to the kids there. He is talking to people seminar. He might be doing or a book that he's writing and these things don't go too far away from that and clearly. That's what you're doing as well. It was funny a couple years ago. I did a workshop. Well again paradise co-hosted it. But i did ninety percent of the content peres the name that people in the room but we put twelve business owners into rome and it was a a workshop where they basically came and open up their facebook accounts and i just kind of is the front of the room and i was just rollins or each account. Kinda help here something you could do. Here's something you could do in perry kind of afterwards like bob. He's like you're on the hard court here. I saw a coach in that. Basketball game is like you just walked onto a different court goes. It's like you don't change so that meant a lot to me. 'cause that's kinda way approach things when i work with the client i'm not trying to selfishly gain something for myself again. I'm getting paid. But ultimately my whole goal is to make them better. And so when i'm with my athletes with my clients like my whole goal is. Let's get you better. Let's move closer. What you wanna be doing so i mean the parallels are right there but again it's just kind of the way you're wired and i realized that fortunately at early age like hey you're kind of a coach and a lot of people say hey you just never take the coaching off. And i just don't yeah. There's a consistency in that right because the players they know what they can expect your team your clients or potential clients they have. There's this consistent. We talk about a lot in our marketing. Company is a consistent approach. Whether you hear me on podcast talked me on the phone. Having a meeting read a blog post all of these things. There's a consistent style to it if you talk to someone on my team that consistent style should still be there and it should be the real thing what you're talking about it. Does it mean you can improve upon things right and so i'm sure like fifteen sixteen year old. You're a different coach today than you were. Then but the philosophy that these this might still be there. But there's a lot of growth that you've gone through sure. I guess i was much more emotional. I'm younger but that again. This season i caught myself a couple times. Be like overly emotional either like angry and a play or just amazed at a place so i guess it runs through so the i've definitely matured. I have a different outlook on things. And that comes with perspective becoming a parent and all of us. Thank you learn different things and you take different things different ways but yes. It's done a lot for me. I like how you said like you had this awareness about how you caught yourself doing this. Because i think a lot of times people will rita consumed content and are hearing the author speaker. Whatever it is like. They've got it all figured out and a lot of people are. They're doing the best that they can't and you get teed up mistake alice over but it's like the awareness that i shouldn't have done that i shouldn't have let myself go there. Why did i do that. And then you go back and think through it and you continue to work at it. Yeah i learned that as a parrot. One good thing that my parents passed on to me was they would admit when they like. You know we made a mistake. And i do that with my team to did it last week. Ads i said hey. I made a mistake. It was a little thing. But i said you know i should have done this difference to me. Humility is just kind of being a good leader is just hey. I was short. Because i'm always obviously not criticizing them but i'm coaching like. Hey we need to improve on this. You did this well but this is what we gotta work on. I do the same thing with myself. All emits my team. I'll i'll admit to my clients. Hey we could have done this better. This is where i fell short. And this is how. I'm gonna prove. And i mean that's kind of what you do in life is like. Hey you know. I made a mistake here. I'm human. Here's what you to correct that. And see if i can do better next time. Yeah well there's a lot of pivoting going on right or in a marketplace. That is changing a lot if you have social media. I've told people like we can have a conversation about facebook that facebook algorithm or something along those lines could have changed while we were speaking and it probably did and it's constantly and sometimes it's a major change in the announced it and sometimes you had no idea that it's changing and the way behaviors are changing the way people are adjusting. We have an insurance business and it was like well when i started creating content. Like you can't do that. You're in the insurance business. We'll now those people. Are the people coming to us and say we need to tell our renew crater process. We need to stop talking about this. We need to be real to our audience and it's fascinating in so many ways because you're having to pivot you're having to learn these lessons and the book facebook advertising right right behind you and the thing is that facebook. Advertising has changed drastically like there was a time you can go in there and you could target like everything any fast and it was amazing what you could do and it would be very cheap when those things are taken off. Because there's a lot of privacy and that like well that's not good and you can't do that and and who knows all the stuff behind the scenes and so you've lived it so it's like i've seen people have tied themselves to say instagram. I'm the instagram. Influencer will until instagram changed everything. And maybe you're not anymore. So how has that played out for you as you've been doing this for a while. I think you're on the fourth edition of your book. You've obviously had different editions. Because the rules behind you at facebook are constantly changing which is great for the people that can keep up with it. But it's also very difficult to pivot in tuesday while i was really good at this. Well i'm sorry but that's not the rules anymore. Yeah so. I'll draw parallel. Let's drop parallel sports so basketball. Game as fundamentally remain unchanged since it was developed by day smith. The ball still goes in the basket but think of the innovations in the way. The game has changed. We have the three point line. We have shot clocks not in high school but college. Nba players are bigger and faster. Size is not as much valued all size is always good. But it's more about speed right and skill. So i've seen a game changing the in the thirty plus years that i've coached the way we kind of approach things from a defense perspective k. But fundamentally it hasn't changed same is true with advertising now. The fundamentals are advertising. Really haven't changed since advertise has been developed. It's put an offer right. Get a response. Mediums have changed quite a bit and the itself. Changes so yeah. Facebook used to be this like it was a wild less but think of any media that starts on wild west you get. The people like us were entrepreneurs who go. There's a new media boom. They go in and get massive success because they have the fundamentals right. We understand the idea of. We need to find the good audience. Alright we need to have the right timing. We need the right offer. Those fundamentals haven't changed so when you approach writing a book on facebook advertising you go in going. I know all the screen shots and all the things that are tactical are going to change. That's why we made an intention. Perrine is put together. This book was. Let's make this fundamental. So there are strategies that are in this book which you can go back to version. One which was written in two thousand ten and the fundamentals in that book are essentially applicable today. So when i wrote this edition. I took it over from the previous co author is i felt it was fundamentals. There are things that you could get out of this book. That are still going to be true. Like eighty percent of the book will still be true ten years from now. That's the key. I think to a good kind of marketing book. Now yeah screenshots are gonna change. There's a lot of things that are going to change. but there's fundamentals that kerry from season to season. So that's what you have to keep in mind so part of what you do is advertisers and entrepreneurs you develop your fundamental skills and they'll skills translate to different things so yeah twenty. Twenty was big time of the agile and be inflexible. And pivoting and i probably would love to eliminate the word pivot from vocabulary because we heard so much right but the idea is people who were stuck in tactics and okay. I'm gonna do this one. Dang they really had a rough year businesses that were built on fundamentals have agility kind of wired end and it was not easy but it wasn't a monumental task to move to something else i mean i own a video company and a lot of our video was predicated on like hey in person video shoots but we had developed and work with a partner for remote technology so that we could be doing video shoots over webcams and iphones and guess what march of last year april last year all of a sudden demand for our report video through the roof. We were as busy as we were at any point in our history. In fact we had our best. Three months of our company's history april may and june in the middle of a pandemic because we were agile and we were prepared for those things. The fundamentals of creating video didn't change. It's just that the way we captured changed and we were ready for it. So we ourselves fortunate but i also think we were prepared. Will you're prepared. You're not caught up in. It has to be this way like you said the thesis is there but you all probably saw it as what opportunities exist at this point. What can we do that allows us to think differently. And i was talking to someone the other day and their chef in their businesses and catering large events from weddings to corporate to smaller events and dinners. And it's like well that didn't work anymore for awhile and who knows how long that's going to be. Well we're talking using that word pivot. What were they thinking about during this time while they thought well what about the meal plan industry what about local to charlotte. Think about all the different families. You drive around you like there's people everywhere okay. Well they're still eating and they want to eat at home and they want to eat healthy meals and they're thinking about it differently. Will their meal planning business was born and so they saw this opportunity. The fundamental is we may. I don't know why exactly what it would be. But they're really good cooks right. They can prepare a meal better than the average family can. So how can we get our meals inside of their homes using the capabilities. The kitchen that we have to do this. Let's build this thing out. That could ultimately become their biggest driving force for themselves to build their businesses and create revenue. And there's a lot of different tactics and tools that they can use and i'm sure one of them would be using facebook right so taking that example they could get on facebook and they could start finding people right and you can help us out because i think what i want to see is what are some talk about fundamentals. Some basic ways people can get started to say. I just want a test this out. I want to do some facebook advertising. I want to get in front of people. And i just wanna test it out to see if this can even work so if i can get in front of people who have kids that. Maybe both parents work. But they're into food they're following. Perhaps food bloggers on facebook. Can we get in front of them to then they would say wow. I didn't know this is a local business. And they're xiao fin or their chef company and all those things craig great meals. Facebook advertising would obviously be a place that people are spending time. Do you see that. Are you working at the fundamental levels or go down that path of like that idea or similar idea of how you would work with someone along those lines. Yeah and that's a great example. So what hasn't changed with facebook is your ability to target at that local level. Yeah so think of itself restaurant and you go. Hey i know people within five miles. If you're thinking about at home delivery or come pick up and bring the food home. You want to be within five miles or so. So i mean you literally plop a chart and facebook say gimme five miles around my restaurant location. And then it's really disavowed benefit like pay number one. We're still open number two. Were safe like those are things you're going to have. But you gotta be the benefit here. Like five star home cooked meals. Parents are still working. They probably wanted to get out of the house Everybody's kinda pile up on each other so it's absolutely a way to connect and it comes down to do. I know where my target customers are in this case. It's pretty easy as people within five miles and then go ahead and tack on some things like yeah. Maybe they watched food network. Maybe their college grads. Maybe their parents. Those are still things that facebook has inside algorithm and you put a basic offer in front of them is your first off. We're gonna work. Maybe maybe not keep trying different angles right. So that's the fundamental story there. So yeah i mean look restaurant close to us that we love to go to during the pandemic kinda retooled their whole parking lot. Turn into like a food delivery service and they offered family packs and it was released like hey family of four hundred bucks twenty five things. You still get an app. You get a meal you get dessert. And take a favorite bottle of wine hundred bucks out the door boobies like there's an offer riots like yeah we like to cook at home but we also want to support our restaurant that we love. We want them to be open when the pandemic's over and we know their food is great all right. Here's a value offer. Usually this would cost us two hundred dollars to go out to eat as a family here. Hundred bucks out the door with like all this stuff so yeah and they were heavily involved on facebook. I saw a lot of businesses. Kinda poor in the weird thing last year. No it's not weird but for about three or four weeks. Everybody laughed and so like all the advertisers like swept in and like took over. It was cheap. It was back to two thousand twelve in terms of prices. So yeah i really don't people at least on my local level that just stepped up their game during the pandemic a. Hey we're gonna take advantage of low ad prices and we're going to gobble up market share and do what we can to survive and thrive in this climate. How much of it are you seeing. Obviously because you talked about some lead generation in their where someone's putting that out there they click on it. They buy the product they buy the service. Whatever that might be a lot of it. I would imagine to. You're looking at is from a branding standpoint. Just even being known that will this restaurant exists and allow whatever saying a good story or this interesting or what a great picture of this this meal. This is something we're going to have to have without asking yet for the sale. Are you seen a lot of that. Are you seeing the opportunity just from a branding standpoint on facebook. Yeah rantings kind of a dirty word and the direct marketing space but what it really means to me is keeping up communication or conversation with the marketplace. The way to do that in my opinion is content so in other thing the restaurants a couple of restaurants around here did was they posted recipes like. Here's our famous. Whatever soup that. We typically serve on thursday nights. And here's the recipe. I did see that which is kind of a value based thing so part of your strategy whether you're pandemic or not as you wanna put content in front of people because quite frankly what your job is to remind people that you're there i mean if you think about a restaurant or another local business half your job is reminding people that you're still open that you're still there and part of providing value is not always offering them a discount. Sometimes it's offering them something where you have no reasonable expectation of money being handed you at that time but it builds up your brand bills up your credibility and bills that report with your marketplace so we talk a lot in the book. How video strategies and article strategies if you're a person of influence if you're a service provider consultant a coach. It goes a long way to use video and written content to connect with the marketplace demonstrate. Your credibility demonstrate your expertise build them up and educate them and move them towards the higher levels of engagement with you as you raise your level trust with them. Yeah it's interesting that use the restaurant giving out recipes because so much has been talked about. Well you can't give it away if you give it away. Then they're going to have the recipe and you can make and they don't need you but as we all know they can't. There's just something that the person who's a specialist at it. That just knows how to cook it in the right time and the right ingredients and the way they do where they buy. You just can't replicate it my mother-in-law's interior designer and gave the guidebook of how to do interior design. I still wouldn't be able to figure it out. Still wanna be able to do it. You still have to pay someone finds someone if you want that level of service you have to do it so you can give it away because it's like here. I will give it away and if that one person is the wire then let them do it. They're never gonna come to your restaurant because they just want to practice at home anyway. That's great but other people are gonna come out. Yeah we'll think about writing a book. So i mean literally. I put everything. I know about facebook advertising in the ball right and so i have different levels of service that i'm trying to kind of offer value to so it's definitely written for the do it yourself or somebody who was like i want to get this book. They open it up. They figure out how to do something. Like i love that. Okay costs you twenty bucks. That's amazing k. There's nothing that i'm holding back where it's like. I'm gonna leave that out of the book. Because i need them to come to me like there's no need to do that. Because here's what else happens within weeks after publish this thing. What happens when people reach out. I want more so we have a two thousand dollar course. That is like the book. And it's everything expanded. So here's like screen shots in screen shares like. We're going to go in depth. You're going over my shoulder and see how to do this. Yeah so that's another service offering for do it yourself irs and then there's the people that are like hey bob. I'd like to buy some coaching from you. Liked by consulting and could charge high fees for that so the book does that all right. I gave value to the marketplace. And each person is gonna take different things from it from the budget-conscious do it yourself for. I'm gonna learn how to do in the book to those that. Hey i wanna buy speed. I don't have time to do this myself. You must be the expert. So may i hire you to do this. That's the value of that. So any person who is putting content value up to the marketplace can absolutely use that strategy because look information is essentially free information marketing back in the two thousands like everything was hidden right. All the good stuff was hidden behind. Paywall well everything is essentially open right. There's no secrets what people are looking for. These days is speed and expertise and there's people that will invest in your speed and expertise because they don't want to do certain things themselves. So i don't see any value in holding things back. What people really want is you and they may want to make that great meal at home today but what they really want is to go to your restaurant and have you cook it for them because they can't quite replicate all that experience and all that i think they put the love into it. Yeah it's just not the same. But again i guess that's my personality is like i'm willing to give because i know i'm going to get back in spades. Yeah well you can use go right to that. Eighty twenty principle to. Yeah there's going to be if there's ten people perhaps two of them are have never going to buy from you right. Yeah they're going to be on the other side of it and that's okay and they wanna be the diy. We'll give that to him. But did you notice recipe from this restaurant over here and that person now is going to go there so it opens the door. Use the word secrets which is interesting because we talk about facebook. We talked about privacy. There's a lot of news out there. it's like just pick a day. There's another news story and there's been whether it was hacks or where's my data going and people got off of facebook. It's interesting because i look at it. From both sides obviously spent time there from a business side. i'm in some groups. I see the creativity that's going on with a lot of these groups. I absolutely the spam that exists in there. I see the spammy advertising. I see there's this all sorts of things. I see the negativity that you get. If someone's going to be in there and get lost into what everyone else that they know is doing and they're doing it better than them or their better vacations. There's no doubt there's all of that mixed into it and we could spend an entire series and how to try to figure that out when it comes to facebook advertising and privacy and all of this definitely people are obviously still spending a lot of time even when people say they're not doing it because there's a lot of people right so he a half of them are not doing it. the other half are doing it. How have you managed. What do you see right now. Perhaps today going forward here in the. How far can we go ahead of ourselves. Probably maybe a week or two but like what are we see with facebook right now because people are anti facebook but like i just said people are also. They spend most of their time when they get onto their phone of their computer. Yeah it's kind of funny. I think sometimes what people say what people do two different things yeah. Facebook's usage is off the charts me. Personally like yeah. I make a living helping people advertising facebook. I've spent very little time in facebook. I know what. Facebook does kind from a psychological perspective. Everything they do is wired to get you to stay engaged with the app. And it's very easy. Even i smart guy like you and me to lose thirty minutes at a time inside of facebook right when we should be doing something else productive. It's a hypnotic thing so everything has value. And everything has i guess. Some negatives with facebook itself is still one of the most powerful media to reach people. If you're in business you need to retrieval. Then you should be retiring and facebook. And from what i remember every business does business with people so therefore you should be there now the way you use it is going to differ from business to business but it's where people hanging out. It's one of the most used applications still and it's for advertisers. They know that the ages kind of skewing like older. Who have more money. Right is older people right so like if that's your marketplace and where you sell to than. Yeah you should absolutely be there now. Yeah there's tiktok now they're snapchat. they're still google advertising. There's amazon ads. Like you have to really determine like what's the best place to reach my audience and figure out what's the best way to communicate with them. So for me yeah. There's a lot of negativity around facebook privacy issues and things like that but it's still a media. There's there's billions of people connected to it every day. We gotta figure out how to use it. Otherwise we're not going to be in business. Very long yeah. Facebook groups have become pretty big. And i mentioned that a little bit ago because they want you to come to their platform and stay in their platform. And if you're engaging with other people and it's done in a genuine way about it an interest that you and i are both chicago. Blackhawks right we can have a chicago blackhawks group and we'd go in there and make our comments about the game or about the offseason who knows right. When's the next contract for patrick patrick kane cup. Any of those things. We stay in the platform and then advertisements can be shown to us waller there and we're showing our interest and i've seen both sides of it. I you to know that. For example some people are fixed this way. I'm from buffalo buffalo sabres fans. I like eating out. These types of things will therefore than advertisers will be more cater to me. I also know people. I don't want you to know any of those things. I don't care if the advertisements don't match up with what i'm looking at because i'm trying to stay far away from that but i think there's enough people on that first side of things right that do want that and that are spending time in the groups because it's like no i actually have created my facebook experience to be a good experience for me. I understand it's not a great experience for everybody. I always say you control. Your feet of this person is an annoyance if this businesses get out of there try your best to just remove it. It's going to find its way to you so you'd have to you know that's a lot of things that people have to work on themselves and we all have to do it but facebook groups i think in many ways has done a really good job of getting people there. It's just where do you fall in line with being willing to say. I want you to gear the right advertisements to me. Because in order to do that i have to give up a lot of my privacy. Well i mean your behavior really builds your new seat for you and build your advertising profile. It's not just what you do inside. Facebook is what you do facebook. I mean the facebook pixel which is kind of at the center of the controversy right now between apple and facebook essentially tractor browsing behavior. Google tracks all this amazon tracks. All this amazon puts trackers in your house and calls it alexa right like your behavior. Determines advertising profile so facebook is not alone in being evil or mysterious about this. Is that your behavior. Essentially reinforces what you see. So facebook knows if you're a golfer. Facebook knows if you're a conservative or liberal. Facebook knows kind of thing about you. But so does google sodas amazon so yeah. Do you want people to give you advertisements that you don't want like if you're a liberal. Lean liberal on the politics side. Do you wanna see ads for conservative candidates during political season. No you appreciate the fact that facebook knows that you're liberal and will only show you as a liberal candidates that's a service to me as a user so what facebook's primary concern is that the user experience is number one like the users are valued above everything else because when the users have good experiences they spend time there and they maintain their session length once users are having bad experiences. They leave and when they leave. It drops their revenue k. so facebook is concerned about advertisers. Not getting good data and showing untargeted as to its users which would force them to have a bad experience. Leave the platform. That's the heart of why. Facebook is running ads in newspapers and running full out. Pr blitz and. They're trying to convince people that it's a service to you for us to track you right now again. You gotta step back and go all right. It's still creepy. That they know all this stuff. You gotta put your user to go. It's creepy that how much they know. But on the fact we've become accustomed to like seeing stuff that we really like in our feet so when that happens when they get rid of that and we start to see things that we don't like we're gonna start yelling. Facebook and facebook knows this like. Why are you showing me as for this. I don't like this. Why are you showing me this. That's what facebook's worried about him. Yeah social dilemma. You think about netflix. Because when you watch his show and the show ends they'll say what something similar or here's something you might like based on your watching interest. So they're all doing it like you said. The social dilemma comes out and you talk about youth. Sports coach fifteen and sixteen year olds. You see. i'm sure when there's downtime before practice after practice. What's the first thing they do right. They're going for the phone and it's not just fifteen sixteen year olds right. This runs the gamut. Anyone has got a device and and we don't know what that means like. Maybe that's the future and that is the future. It's the current day. It's what's happening but there's no doubt there's a lot of consumption going on within these platforms and these platforms highly addictive. What was your reaction to the social dilemma documentary. Basically validated what. I knew i didn't find it all too concerning because i kind of know what's going on. I think my parents were told. Don't let your kids watch tv. And i think you. And i turned out okay. I think it's just going to become part of who we are. What concerns me from that. Is that when you are programming. Machine and the programmers start losing control of what the machine is doing. That's the scary part. It's what they don't know about what their algorithm is doing. And i think the concerning part of the social dilemmas documentary was the programmers who control the machine. Essentially don't have control over the machine and that's where we have to start putting some safeguards in place what it means though. Is that for parents and for others. Who are watching over. Our youth is essentially comes down to. Okay how are you allowing these devices to manage your household so it comes down to a social. Yeah we can blame these companies. We've asked for it so what controls you're gonna put in place in your household to manage that and what level concerned you have. So i don't know. I don't think it's a pure technology play. I think it's a social issue. All right and i think they aptly named that documentary. I don't have answers for it. But from my perspective. I think having that ability to target is good for the user many ways with the fact that i know that there's employs that comes with that. Yeah there's a lot of awareness. I think that an individual myself would have to have for someone to make the decision to say. I want to get off facebook. Because i don't like the way i behave after i'm on it or what i think about. That's very difficult right. And that's like you mentioned before. I was getting too emotional on the basketball court. You have this awareness and that's very difficult to get to those situations to feel a certain way that's mental health. Right that's getting into all of that is just that not. Everyone's going to be capable of doing it yet. And that's not a bad thing because everyone's going down these past. It's just the fact that we're talking about the fact that there's documentaries about that i think like you said i don't know if there's an answer. The technology moves so fast right. I've heard this like am not a scientist by any stretch right. But the human brain has only evolved so much over the many years where technology's exponentially growing per second right and so we can keep up with it. We're trying to match it and we can't match it so what we do with it. We'll just being aware of it and then no one to turn it off and on the other side. It is amazing because you can come across content and stories in like sometimes weird for me to say because in buffalo. But i was there. Michael jordan was very on before they were good. I became a bulls fan right. I started y knows us a lot of fun for me. And i got to read the usa today to find out the transaction. History wgn was available. So i can catch some games but like today. It doesn't matter where you live. You can be a fan of any team anywhere but back then. It was very difficult. Like if you're in l. a. To be comedy chicago white sox fan would be difficult because you don't get to see the games. There are certain teams like the atlanta braves right because they had tbs in chicago cubs wgn. So anyway what you have access to is just stories all over the place and then you can curate it to yourself or find people that curate it for you so i think there's like there's a such positive but then there is a negative but i think that negative gets to awareness and so how do we help other people do it and we don't want to be a cause for other people to have problems by creating ads that are not necessarily suited for those people that you're working with the right people that your helping them out because like you said advertisements are bad if they're not designed to do something to trick the other person on the other end of it. I didn't even know. I bought their product. How did that just happened. You know what i mean. Well the biggest difference between our kids generations ours is that we had to go seek out content now content comes to us and that's the essential difference right now is that we had to go curate. Our own content. We had to go to the library to go to the television. We had limited numbers of channels. We had to go get a newspaper. We had to be intentional about what content we went and curated and read and consume. Now it's pushed to us and there's so much of it i mean. Think of the amount of information that was available to us in the amount of information that's available to our kids. It demands that a machine helps curate it because we couldn't possibly keep up with all the content right so the marketplace actually demands efficiency. And so you have to build machines to sort all that content. That's being pushed at us again. We're talking to double edged sword here. We need machines and algorithms to carry content. Because we can't possibly manage if we didn't yeah. Do you ever have situations in the past. Maybe this year. Whatever with on your team as an example to where. Maybe they're not focused. Let's say on their game right. They need to work on their jump. Shot and yet instead of working on a jump shot. They're working on the next show that they're binge-watching and have you had to have a conversation with any kids. Maybe it's your own kids to have that. It's not to say that it's bad but to maybe have that balance. Have you had a situation like that that too often. I think the conversation we're having with kids. Now is the same as having twenty years ago. When i was first coaching high school. Was you gotta get your homework. Done your student athletes. There's things that you gotta take care of. I'm still having the same conversations with my team these days. We do talk about though being careful with social media. Like what you post as an athlete if you have plans on playing at the next level so you went into my social media. Feed in kind of saw what i was all about. If i had a lot of crap in there you might have gone. We'll wait a minute. Do i really want to talk to this guy. My guest right. We let them say the. Hey college coaches and college administrators will look at all your social media posts and determine if you're a good fit for their team or for the university so there's definite penalty for being undisciplined and social media from that perspective in terms of spending time and things like that again you and i spent hours in front of the television and those kinds of things and so we have a different fight as parents. These as by it's mostly about responsible use social media's what we have to talk about his coaches yeah well. It's interesting because you had alluded to earlier. The fundamentals haven't changed. The philosophy hasn't changed so i'd look like there could be a book that was written in the nineteen sixties. That could still be. Yeah some things have changed with it. Come on we can be smart enough to look around those things to say. This is so applicable today in sometimes if that is that evergreen that it can last sixty years or ten years or whatever that might be maybe that is to the test of time and we can learn a lot from it no different than the philosophies of parenting has new obstacles but yeah it was like elvis presley was the devil to so many parents back in the day and now if you turn on the tv or pick up your phone the things that you might be watching would make elvis presley. Look very pg rated. Yeah i had to laugh assembly where they told us. The evils of rock music and john mellencamp was one of the examples. I'm like. Are you flipping kidding me like i love john. Ballard cap is just funny. Yeah absolutely is. We've thrown the word content around obviously would never understand what we're talking about and here. We are one of the other things. I noticed as you've been on a lot of politics you're spending a lotta time putting your story out there sharing this because you realize that there could be someone that here's it. Maybe i hear me my business partner. You know one person. It doesn't take much and all of a sudden you're out there and perry marshall is on it he's like it's a lot easier when people hear about you and they reach out to you as opposed you trying to reach out to them. The sales going to have much faster or this. Just a connection in general when you started appearing on podcast and he started putting yourself out there. Wi- like did i just say it for you. What has been the experience for you of appearing on podcasts. Well i think if you put yourself out there as an expert you have a responsibility to get your message out. I think one thing that surprises authors a lot of people write books on people want to write books. But i think what surprises people who get a book done is how little your publisher does to get the word out about your book. You put all this time into getting a book done and all of a sudden it's like okay. Now what do i do. Yeah so you really have a responsibility because there's so much content being pushed out you have to become part of that stream content and make sure that hey you got to kind of be seen everywhere. So it's kind of the philosophy of facebook advertising. Kind of be seen as many ways as you possibly. Can i happen to believe that podcasts. And interviews are way to really kind of focus your expertise and demonstrate so conversation with you and conversations with others. Allow people to like slow down for a minute. Even if they're watching double speed which is probably what they do right. They can still determined like. Hey bob kind of knows what he's talking about. I want to pick up his book. Or hey i read his book and now i just heard on this podcast like she really invested in his training. Or bob's probably the guy that i need to talk to turn my facebook account around so it's my responsibility. I can write a book. And i could sit back and go. I did that. But if i'm gonna make an impact i gotta push i've got to get my word out so yeah part of it is yeah. It's a grind to do interviews. I enjoy talking are i. It's not like i'm like gritting my teeth. Doing i enjoy conversation. So part of that is yeah. I chose a method that works for me. But i'm doing lincoln prospecting pads. I'm doing some youtube stuff. So i'm taking responsibility for what's been given to me. And if i wanna share my information i have to run strategies. That will make sure that it gets seen. It's my responsibility. yeah. I think that's awesome. I you say is your responsibility to put it out there. I mean personally. Like i learned a lot from it like i get to have a conversation with you and i've said this times if no one listens to it selfishly speaking to learn from it my team listen to it. Yeah ultimately there will be other people that hear it and to me. That's fascinating i can bring this conversation to someone else and maybe they can take something from it. Maybe it's a client. Maybe it's a friend family member who knows but in those stories too and in those conversations you learn a lot you learn about other people and weighs two things i can discover. I never thought of it. That way. And i can go down that path a little bit and now i agree with you. There's so much that can come from those conversations and it's also like because i could go listen to someone appear on a podcast and this is in bad and they can talk about book. They can will summarize their book. And that's great right. And then i can go more in depth if i want to continue in that book but that person the road at you wrote this book. There's so much else that's out there. There's depths that you could even gone into in that book. Perhaps unless it was a memoir those introspective conversations. That we try to have that. We get to have with someone like yourself. I think that allows for anyone. They will listen to it to understand more about how they think about the way things are about in and around their business in their industry and how they got there maybe not necessarily origin stories although that could be a part of it too that's fascination to say wow. This is someone that i could spend some time with. We had someone that we did a podcast. Within conversation and being ninety minutes long he was gone. He loved the conversation. I think that podcast is too long. Business partner goes emmys like do realize that you're asking people to spend. This is the business that they're in. He works with c. e. o.'s and they spend a day per month in a room from eight o'clock to four o'clock a day so they can't handle you for ninety minutes. I don't think they're gonna handle you for a full day. And they're spending thousands of dollars with you so if that's too much and and it's like can this person even carry a conversation. 'cause we always hear the highlights. You talked about politics before. I don't want to hear a two minute clip with an individual. I don't want to hear the canned response there. All right i get it right. I want to hear them talk for ninety minutes or sixty minutes about a topic and get shook in a little bit and have to go in different directions. Dnc a common with. Maybe they weren't prepared for that interview that's who they are. We get to hear those conversations. I mean we make mistakes. We have this conversation. I've stuttered this that and the other. That's okay that's just right conversation. Yeah natural yeah obviously with our video company we do a lotta clips. Highly edited serve those purposes. But there is something to be said about law informed conversations that allow you to really go in depth with somebody so allows you to think about it too right in allows you. We pull out clips so there might be a clip that you talked about something. Let's say we wanted to talk about this social dilemma. What was his reaction to it. And you talked about it for two minutes. We can pull that clip and put that out there and it's just about that specific topic or becomes a blog post and that's the other thing is that long form conversation or whatever they'll form was can become something smaller chunk it down because i get that to do some people just want the short snippet so we've definitely talked about the book and we've bounced all around it as well. Who's the book for books or anyone who's really using facebook advertiser wants to so it's from the do-it-yourselfer who is managing their own accounts. I would say it's also for business owners who either are going to have somebody in house do it or hire somebody. They need to know the strategies. So if you're doing yourself you definitely want to have the book if you're hiring somebody. I want you to know whether or not the person who's doing your ads for you is doing a good job and so the book is going to be for that. You can skip over some of the procedural stuff. If you're going to hire out but i need you to know the strategies and why we do what we do. One of the things. I like is when i talked with a business lawrence and brings on their facebook person. And say hey bob were doing the video strategy that you mentioned in chapter four like can we make sure we're doing that right and we work through the mechanics of those things so i really liked that. I mean it's for anybody that wants to be facebook. Advertising wants to do it right and be profitable out of the gate. Yeah i think too once. You have that trusted person. Maybe they've been there for a long time or the group that you're working with that they could be gifted this book. This is the break and reads. You have this resource and you have this philosophy this theory that you want to work on as a team to say this is what we want to at least understand it and then go from there so that makes a lot of sense. Obviously you can get the book on amazon. you've tree. he get in other places as well. Is it a book bright. Yeah there's a kindle version okay kindle version with the paperback copy. I do have a resource site if people want some additional insight ultimate. Fb dot com. You can go there and check out some interviews with some of the other people that contributed to the book. I had conversations with them. Just like you and i are so. It's a place to get the book. Also get some additional insight about what's in the book so it's ultimate. Fb dot com. Yeah in the books that guy facebook advertising addition for right. Yep bob now it's been great great to like i said before it's talk around on these topics here the fundamentals to pair it with perry marshals on the podcast. Talk about eighty twenty principle. Yeah it makes a lotta sense right the philosophy you have on the basketball court and then you have in business and him recognizing it the way you spoke about. It was very similar. I could have imagined him saying that. After having that long conversation i had with. It's been enough on and and talking sports and continue to stay in touch and we work with a lot of business owners. And and that's i think every entrepreneur that's willing to have their own content platform. I talk about a lot. I believe in it. It's what we did. And what does that mean. Well it's different for everybody that content platform could be everything also be. Hey it's facebook business and talk about these things. And i wanna put some ads and i want to meet new people. 'cause hey what's a way to meet people. Well you get on facebook and you can run ads. put in front of them in next thing you know. You're having a conversation with them. If anything i mean. There's we've learned a lot during this pandemic and but what's interesting is have this type of conversation. People are willing to get online more than ever to have human or action. Maybe we can't meet face to face but we can have zoom call. We can have pickup platform technologies endless right so the conversations are out there to be had and it's just can we meet new people because i think facebook and all these other platforms. What they have done is they've given us that ability to talk to people who otherwise wouldn't have been able to have a conversation with and i think podcasting does that as well as i appreciate. 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Did a true-crime podcast nearly stop a conviction?

podnews

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Did a true-crime podcast nearly stop a conviction?

"The latest from pod news dot net. Zillion Hiller win Minton couvert. Oh, did you her new air tight? Did this true crime podcast? Get in the way of a successful conviction in Denmark trial of a Norwegian woman accused of fraud was briefly threatened by this hits podcast. It's called the woman with the heavy suitcase in English, and it covered claims about her activity lawyers acting on her behalf raised the concern that she might not get a fair trial because of it, but happily none of the judges listened. She was sentenced to eighteen months in prison last month and banned from entering Denmark for twelve years a ruling which she's appealed net. Flicks is self censored and episode of this in Saudi Arabia. The Saudis were struggling to explain the disappearance of journalist, dramatic Shoghi. They said he left their consulates safely. That's Patriot Act and government regulators. They're requested the removal of this episode about journalist Jamal Kosugi. Listen notes reveals that there are two thousand six. Hundred seventy six podcast episodes concerning the journalist not all of which may be positive to the Saudi government and you smart subscribed. Plugin for WordPress sites launched yesterday, and it promises to display only relevant buttons to help turn website visitors into subscribers like book club, but for podcasts podcast brunch. Clubs listening list. For January two thousand nineteen is community responses to disability. Sean Howard has written a set of posts about how to get the best out of patriot. And part five posted today discusses use of a new patriot feature special offer. Meanwhile, Tanna Campbell highlights alternatives to patriot you can support pod news via patriot or directly at pod news dot net slash support. And this could be making it onto TV from the Boston Globe. In wondering, I'm Bob Haller in. This is gladiator the podcasts television rights have been optioned by FX. A US television network has the New York Times reports Hollywood is buying hit podcasts in the race for content. And that's the latest from our newsletter at pulled news dot net.

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On measuring soft skills

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49:38 min | 3 months ago

On measuring soft skills

"Live and learn with us in seasons three. We're still talking about how we live and learn how we adapt to change our. We are curious about mentalities how we learn. Language is what is live and learn for you on this podcast. Also talk about how we live and learn hands the name. We are lifelong learners and continue learning. Something you every day every week every month every year. It's like a nonstop project. Actually you can never stop learning. Once you started and the gut inspire then fell this tasteful. Learning and that i believe happens as soon as you're born as a baby one to reach out for new objects to know more about this live later. You want to know more about yourself. Then you get to know that. There are new countries new cultures. New people and you want to be able to communicate with them therefore you learn a new language and you want to know about a new culture and that's a never ending process during this is exactly why we call ourselves seen gross mindset august. Because we're not only talking about learning experience but also were sharing our own teaching experience our own personal classroom cases in teaching individually in teaching groups in teaching online offline landed learning hybrid learning ever since there will also focus on civic sales south's guilt for centuries skills and we have the episodes covering the crows. Mindsets resilience baroness. All the combatants is old. The character traits that can how a crows mindset to enjoy the life pattern so high. It's january twenty twenty. One was going one of my best friend says just like any other day when i fail to present and working to the best of mike bassus and take care of myself to invest on buses. It is just wonderful. Because i quote here. I kind of recognize my own ideas. But as i tend to agree and appreciate other people saying things that i can relate to you i could also say oh that friend of might be me or not says the tyrel liberal laid to you and this is the mindset that resonates very much with what i feel so good that ted's quoting me but also even fa towards someone else Has said that it really resonates with what i feel how. I live standards january. Twenty twenty one. Everyone was so stressed finishing the previous year. And we've already discussed the resolutions. Wishlists lists in general. Get back and listen that now. It's a new start. And so what is it like to have this new. Start for you at seven years start. It's a new day. It's a new car me and then failing yeah Sorry i my in his mind sane. Good this is kind of bisong. That has been with me for what i spend tears. Now maybe and saying bin uday bin your year as the new life Has some some kind of interest in kennedys because it gives. The new horizons gives the new opportunities new challenges to our economy new opportunity to grow. But don't so to me. It implies a little bit like why so new. Yeah which was around with the previous one. So we're normally tend to have some kind of new one. Neither one was has become not enough or too much or not. Keep your nop and song. So i in this understanding. It's a bit easier to her to be year which brought us so much learning and so many new skills or upgrade to the skills that i don't want to say that this is the new one good would normally wish to my friends. Mike lines light -tudents people who i care for and normally wishing you horizons to see who knew aims to rich in youth alliance. Sometimes it is just a little bit taking a great taken eighty new perspective on what you're doing a level up level up and see main a little bit scary To go beyond the ceiling and try to see yourself with your scales prime above but this is specifically what makes us grow. Einstein send you can never solve the problem being on the same level. The problem always need to reach in you out of the box out of this co Vision and this would be much. More aligned was my understanding them in you year. Okay forget the previous so. Instead of forgetting the previous challenges you had the in the previous year set new goals and the try to reach new goals than set new goals again and so on so forth. See a bigger picture did say that. I think we did many times. Not as well and just like to so trendy. Nowadays new horizon doesn't mean higher we horizon. Men's like periscope. Yeah so we just get above the water and try to see. Try to locate where the next aim can be. You can just turn a little bit and try to see the exit or the door Which new idea to another one and again not seeing those survey opportunitist can be. Very single-minded can be blind spot right not seen dopes approaching. Your is a winning the Unity to like be of the previous year is a great approach into to subic conclusions to rallied and of alleviate emerson dot. We have learned boston's to bring the the valley points to them rights discussed the new year is an opportunity to see okay Can i use my purse cope to see what might await for me. Kaleidoscope putin the puzzle pieces together and Seeing a pitcher that is More multicolored multisided seymour per -tunities exactly onto reach for more better higher. Different girls cheer. or how. Say coaches is Waiting for the final decision after the interview and it was interesting to to hear from her that she is sad that the decision was postponed till the doe off trade the new year and sound like now i- i- among certain. I don't know what to wish for the new year. Shoot a start wei-lien or should they start picturing visualizing what a year it might be with this promotion or without this promotion which could be equally the opportunities. Meyer action was that most than anything. The previous winter twenty year told us to deal tim. Brace and to thrive in this woo world was oh this team realty uncertainty and big. Ut like not knowing and this assumption that we keep on discussing. This is the skill kind of the resilience and be no without having the result and still enjoy your lives to have in. I didn't know the everyday pleasures day everyday routines without this decision. And this this is kind of ultimate acceptance ultimate readiness haller ever counts. What's your attitude. Do you agree with was this acceptance to men if they come within the year. That person is about to assess. Is this the point during general whether it comes or not Still enjoy what what's life. You're leading kind of life you're leading. Yeah yeah and like to specific point wrong. This is the specific point of the year. And they don't know what to come. We'd philosophic Read fix and you'll get the answer to the same question where mortal where suddenly more told influence mortal and of story. The dan as we don't now when the end comes we have only this time be a day amongst a year a decade or more. We only have this time that leaving. So why baazar. On the one hand why not enjoy on the other hand and That's the chew losses could behind the just leaving the life and enjoying every moment of it also setting goals because as you don't know when the end counts you can also set big goals. Then see maybe you can come there in the end or in the process. Maybe you have many more decades to come and you can accomplish many more things. So it's not about just saying okay. Well we are more Now last day than i don't plan anything now on the contrary. Just do what you enjoy doing plan act. Do you live love. Learn and dan. What comes gums sal. I will be sending today if tomorrow never comes year is coming. This new challenge has again been used centuries coming home. Have been saying this for a twenty one years now. The we're still talking about the tentative. I century that is about to come erin to disrupt everything. Take yoga. read to disrupt disrupting everything. It is already here. the future is here. The another thing that the future is not coming to all the countries or obesity or everybody did the same time. Mrs another thing but look at all the progress oldest conferences innovative themes it seems like the future is already here but we tend to deny it or ignore it and when the were talking about the twenty first century skills will keep on hiring the discourse like when it comes it has read. It is the twenty first your first century. It has bestirred decayed already so just accepted will already living and we ready learn. How chilly in this first century Okay this makes me think about what happens. at very early stages of education when Elementary school teachers say as well as parents Kill students keep on saying what we do at school as we prepare students for future life. Not at all they are living now. The same was adult education. The same as happens in the third age. Universities as well as you never know. But you'll live now you learn now and all this kills that You get are not any specific skills like you learn the biology or physics because you will need that in the future not as all you need to analyze information. You need to learn critical thinking. You'll need to learn where and how to get information. That's what you will need. That's what you need already now. At what june right now. You're building the new wrong links in your brain and your building up and the plus dissident. Ls of the brain through all those every year Tasks like everybody keeps keeps on saying that Why are we studying. I didn't know geometry or logarithms or something like that. Okay not to me. We will need. But i know some of the things that students seem to not see the value right. Why do i need it now. And is your learning thematic launch ethics mathematics rurals mathematics how to bring order to caldas and to try to formula to see the dependencies and interdependencies. They root cause and the affect of something. Like why should they learn the history of mesopotamia for this out founding. Dingley interesting. yeah. It's all amazingly exciting. Guess what that viral dead. Tolkien's the bell that has got the title. Your brain will never be the same to you. What's this video is because you've learned some new information god's here new information you you try to understand a word to store and how to interconnect the information just the it's a click away title and still as soon as the video starts. Electorate says it's not by chance that the title of the beta is because really it's about Neuropathy density and your brain will never been the same up to you. Watch this video any other the get any other insulation from anywhere else. That's what our brain is capable of. But for everyone one hundred percent shore that no one who who would say this will have the very same brain before end up and you never know where you start and change in between where you'll finish way continue young. That's that's useful in this beautiful mirror of how we don't know what we are going to do in the upcoming and you upcoming project or work or job and we're still trying to get the injured newt and to try to stats. How ready are weak or something that we have no understanding what is going to happen right becomes many might have the strategy mission vision of course and knows where to go but just as down showed us like. It changed drastically and diverse. Same win we are trying to persuade the hr or the iron manager that we are capable of whatever accounts interesting in how we are super confident while trying to be trying to to show the super confidence where a token j. charts but when we were having the new year upcoming. We're not so confident right. It's certainly interesting to to imagine the santa claus as is. Hr instead of saying that you were not aware not not over lost here by. Show me the confidence what you can issue last year. What you're going to read you are grab your present. Actually a how to measure the resilience. A lot of people are still having trouble translate in this world into the local languages as resilience is. is this Another kind of formulation. Which has war used may in dylan. Which because this is a new term and people are trying to recreate this meaning as We did in our episode and resilience. Right were trying to get into the notion into this concept. Tall towards the core ideas would be ideas. On the periphery of this term. But for example i know in ukrainian business circles are trying to formulate the crane notion without the stamina the resilient trying to translate it so that it would become the new norm new worm bin hugh term in ukrainian and if this is still the process. How can we say how much resilient how it can assess this lena scale. What can help us. I don't know. I don't know how tests resilience but tight believe scientists are looking into it and as it is Scientific a term. That's why yeah maybe. It's a good trend to try to find a local term and languages for each particular country. The dan the tendency of scientific language anyways the s it's english as an international language of solving global problems and now at least we're living in the world ruled by english as the language of international communication business in science An international conference solving global problems. Here we are and then y'all we can invest time into working out term ukrainian italian whatever local language but then everyone uses resilience is a term because a lot of scientific work has been done. A lot of research has been done using this term resilience in english as a an accepted. Now sean just like a deputy ability chest like prioritization. Just like collaboration. Yeah by the way. We're talking about the deductibility collaboration gross mindset leadership prioritization. These are all the skills that very very much among the rules and the companies. And it's very difficult to say. How to build your riddick yarn. Resilient you are and half what do you need an opt to do. What do i need to adapt to announce until i agree to these rules. As as long as i agree than i will adapt so am adaptable enough and resilient to now as long as i am. Resilient i'm here playing this pitch with these rules i guess. Today was preparing to maya academic article on skills developments in the was trying to brush up to what Other scientists are are talking about the skill in one of the interesting research. Mentions that skill can be at her it as a capability or capacity to perform in a surgeon situation. That's that just like as long and notion ambala. I thought you know it is really beautiful. Explanation of what we normally have as the language testing. Try to think of the eighty one a to b. one b. to swansea once hit two aisles nets as well the thing that is written sur. Sadler poor this level. The student should show the ability to and then to do something in such situation to do this in the station and then it is wrenched through the yeah the levels which grow up on another. What's the difference. Why cannot was saying that time indomitable and then say i can adopt an situation what you can adapt and in which situation undone just ranjit accord into the scope. You're a scientist hue to it. That's what i do. I really held that by the time. Our podcast our episodes released a registered Article so as soon as it is available if we may from the moment of trying to understand up to publishing a paper and coming up with the possible solution to the problem. that's interesting. Yeah this is what. I have already submitted the article. And now i'm Taken over the recommendations into the consideration in trying to make it even better you know to improve the structure on my main idea. Is this why were saying that. The skill is something that can be measured as doing something in the storage on and stances than just lying trying to understand why adaptability is not such a skill that can be measured as adapted to something in this specific circumstances. You know what a saying dan. The situations to which a person should be able to adapt or resilient. Dan should be predictable and repeatable was not decades. Well you cannot measure what you cannot repeats. Make out yesterday count. This is what the hr is are doing when they are asking behavioral questions. Yeah okay then they say back to that question that i remember you asked me like What did you answer five years ago when your hr to where will you be. Where can you imagine yourself in five years time. That's funny that's funny that to me like let's agree that no one found the correction. Search that est question sinking of situations in which a person might be resilient. Makes me think of viktor frankl and the situation that no one could be prepared for and still he was resilient and adaptable but not at all for the reasons that are being studied now because no one wants a similar situation to repeat and we don't want to measure the adaptability or resilience to that level. We're doing everything to avoid repeating such situations that's require maximum adaptability and resilience while what what has maximum. Yeah you're absolutely right. Who are not talking about. Maximum as critical. Yeah when we're doing the char interviews most probably you're asking one question. Just to measure in the person understand that an clarifies to more critical situation whether it just doing was conflict or with people in song people management crisis management. Now then there is nothing critical. When you're a tour click. What can be critical. Sorry you're not at the limit of your resource or something. You do your work and yes you can do your work. You communicate with people. Nps you to answer watch. As soon as the situation gets critical. You quit while not necessarily. The lockdown was a critical situation end. it's not something that you kuwait just because you cannot work from how dennis not critical if you can so as as long as you can adapt the it's not critical if we sink of critical as of atop points like where the situation counts to be young but again it's about again. It's about how we understand woods. Yeah if a critical situation is just a conflict than yeah okay our dabbler you help communiqu in value help elaborate for you so that to avoid a conflict or to deal with it. Yeah and so on some of this Again the thing that like we're trying to understand the coexists that we're learning the scale. Then we're mustering this skill than were polish in this kill newer ready to maybe to teach this skill or to create new dimensions to so these are the things which i think are much more practical meant to say All just basic or have super-duper. Her unbelievable resilience. I both honduras would not be correct like if you are not having scale you cannot measure it picking not it. You cannot improve. It misses one of the main business. Ideas behind the is is that you only need those indicators to see to analyze where you are and see what can be improved. I think this is for the scope of global talent management when for for a number of the documents from seen when you saying resilience when you're saying english In your cv aso. For example. i would probably recommend to say what kind of the lavaux d have. What kind of certification do you have. Which stops kills are better and so on like when we're writing about the english so one can have the be two english wiz. The fcc examined twenty fifteen. Maybe yeah so that it can say something about your if were talking about those levels and you can just them the berated kale and try to see what you can do through south assessment and basically confirm you away today. Char what you can do. It was just thinking if it's about Help proficient person is as a user or complex situations are if the situation is Of ah log down. i'm okay with the lockdown. I'm not striving for how and communication so much as you for instance and so is it Does it show the level of resilience. It does not just because my needs are different. And i don't show any resilience kills here in this situation. I'm pretty much okay. I'm not okay with other things when the hr's are asking the questions the behavioral questions on Trying to measure it the ability they again are trying to get some how from zero to her from zero to ten which is kind of very different. Depending on which system of assessment they're using and because they rely on their own experiences anta assessments saas man's experience or would they understand by words adaptability resilience or any other skill. This is very far from amy objectivity right show like how can you see which of twenty candidates is more adaptable or lasted that little as more columba ray to her last collaborate. If if you are not trying to understand how the person unser's what kind of the formulation they're using your course in madison. That should be a little bit broad broder than Cd's end you. It should might be. Oh so houston the educational plans when you're write in education program. What kind of a skill. The result show fifty percent. People need to be rescued. By into certify. This is the world economic forum report upscale race killed upskilled from what to what one we're talking about upskilling you need to understand. What kind of skill are res. and to. what extent do you want to upskill it. No i see what you want to bring value to like trying to make it more comfortable for someone to assess to see where person is according to our level of a scale and that's Precious by itself as a scientific dusk. I see this point. Just like those You know alan which that saying you will learn the language blah blah blah blah blah and. Then might not in the east again. Like i did note and lois super basic things and not enough of the level where you actually gained Confidence where you gain any kind of skill because it just doesn't bring the skeletal very same fifteen craze again and again and again so we on this this might be quite a wide range of applications. And but again this is immortal. The mobile is as good as it is implemented so the framework by which the language skills who were measured by separate by the console pure was super widely implemented because it was built on the experience south a couple of dozen countries and university. Isn't that we're working together for five years. Under the tempus project huge shad ranting huge surrounding. The people were talking discussing store the conferences in different Ways trying to scale trying to calibrate those skills. That's why it works so well because it was how you say Liberated and that floor in audrey not to invent the wheel. My idea was tried to see like here have domestic policy which does work. We all know that millions of people are attested. Millions of people are tested each year to get to know delaval and more or less they are. There is no assistant that has no flows but still overall even university is can be sure that like if you showing this certificate that you are eligible for something and again. Some people are learning language not to be tested toll. A lot of people are not actually thinking about being tested. They might not even need this. But all of them are learning the languages through logos and the books that are now published according to the levels. And it's easier to explain to like why. Why are we having the placement tests in order to understand even through the edge. No forty fifty russians were. The person is your won't talk to obama individual. You will save the each person's individual capacity. Maybe he's written better. Maybe his right better but maybe the speaking needs to be improved or otherwise. But this at least gives you this. Quakers kale where to start and it gives most understanding to the person who is trying to understand where he is but also to represent himself. Why i can do this this this and this and then what other applications can there be of the model year loved the rating. Just as i sounds denia. The courses the micro Learning macro learning off any skill like for example negotiation. Like when you're when you're trying to see the negotiation skills online courses barrel only about how important insistent goshi it well and then you have to hours of speaking. How important distant negotiate. Well or you're ready start in with like based on that in that framework You're using those in those tools in order to get that in that there is a huge parts missing in between because when we're talking about negotiations and everybody starts writing judah gauchet shin their cd's again according to what korean to which level. You're right in that i've done the course to three courses on negotiation or any other scale Through a couple of day online courses listen than this is my experience of the real implications. This is what's your shaded so then becomes a more attention unser. What's behind so. I think educationally might be very contained in In the university saurian being groups during the Academy sore specific skills academies may be you can have The firm uation. How far do you need to go. This is an important thing. How far did you go through. How far have you already accomplished. Mississippi very empowering entertained for the for the learners tend to stand that over this year or over this semester. I've progressed from these. Today's gives a launch of senior meditation as it grows mindset podcast we discuss this Continue from fixed mindset to growth mindset. Do believe there will also can business Range from to assassin sound way for are talking about the gross online satin rose atomic. Shell may be. And some kind of the how the person is going to advance to to To show some kind of eagerness willingness to ask for how to ask for resources to i didn't know to invest in two continuous south development professional development. Who are talking about the the people's and bela tate to identify the growth opportunities. You they understand how much critical situation you need to go. Through in order to grow and the paints him gains do include pain sense. This is again some kind of the understanding of growth that you are a transform immature changing and that If you say were grown what we've transformed from into again about the little bit of indications moreover it could be -unding indication off if the person is able to celebrate the shipments to the proud of the time and effort invested. Not going to be as well all the science. If the person values the gross as the pros the change cameras change. You know to just drive the change. Will we possibly be able to assess like how much poisson values or he'll much person celebrates. This could be like this should be done. Interdisciplinary royal lot of funding. Just like it was attempts prosise. So he that there should be the the people who are working in research and Real work real filled implication of this and try to to see what would be levels. People understand the process. This taps into levels the weight were different frameworks. This is already like the nation right. The creation from how it is implied for example the The chargers read asking such things. What motivated you to make a move from your current were row and if you depend on what your answering wouldn't be seen if you are rose or are just you know indicative to to the adrenaline or to financial incentives. Or two. like which you're asking or another question was the biggest career ago you've achieved ride so dependent how you formulate around store. The chargers pose to make sure that they understand. What drives you. What's behind your motivation. But also if the person is boastful or a their pride is part dare egwu one. We're talking about the skills who there is always like not knowing that skill exists and then try to learn about it right. Try to educate yourself about. Would they areso bayrock who wear. Why are doing this. Then how you're implementaion. How how do you see what what are the elements that you were able to identify may be which elements are non bearing yet and dependent on the watch kind of the situation in your showing as an example this could could show as the. What's your immediate emotional reaction right or what's your biggest kind of scale where you showed your gross minds to. I was also thinking about does difference between the him assessment and phenomenology on the other hand and incase they made there will be something really valuable wave when we can describe what is there behind this nurse like what is this ray Range between fixed mindset and growth mindset for example. What are the parts elements. So what is the way. A person might be doing in Phenomena logical terms as as important if not more than ranging and putting these Points along this scale in terms of small numbers. I if you have much batterer experience for you know what it means to to be. Skillful sulked kilson people scale. Saying i did now. Social skills communication skills and so on Guts could help you in so many on their boscell waves and abandon how and wendy used them and you use this bike. Transfer ability drunk you transfer knowledge from previous to the new context. That is what what does mission in mind now. This is a very cool scientific task. Gas and best of luck to you in doing this. I appreciate the scientific point of it as any new thing that is appearing in science. I'm excited because it's Because it's novel because it can bring because it also arises from your scientific interest and it's already a great thing but itself just because it's motivated by in her interest and then you probably see this picture. That's why was trying to ask questions and understand. Still i don't get it. I hope to read your tacoma. Then later the then still i'd i'd like to ask you may be too if not erupt at least two through the The final Brush stroke to it and it's a question that we often ask our guests. I'm sorry is there anything that you would like to bring that. I didn't ask you about yes. Thank you much for this. Temporal unity very much. Tom from the very understanding that the skills Pitching and Coming back from the english teaching as a foreign language than business english skills which include communication skills. And now they all the business skills nearly seventy percent of what i'm teaching is. This kills the the dan topics candler in grammar and because they've been teaching these For substantial number of years so far. I've always been thinking how beautiful lee incher dependent. The things are and because we're talking about the communication skills off Lead to maintain open in the meeting. facilitated return asking for feedback asking for it contributed song and they grow level by level as we were talking about. I found myself not seeing the difference. How the skill of negotiation or the skill collaboration And other business kill or communication skill is different from any other of the skills that we were talking about like people skills Solve skills because half of them is already outsold skills and because the business english communication trainers are teaching the skills and overrated are using this and already using the method behind the towel. Reggie using the levels for me. It was a weird thing when they started reading that very few framework documents are talking about levels. They are talking about development increasing upscaling assessment and they are not mentioning the level rather than basic advanced and. I saw this kind of nissim alignment. And i found that he somebody might be interested in my scope of The experience of kitchen discounts to the people who are getting through the interviews and to specifically charles who. I've been training quite a lot of time. Now who are taken the interviews. And because i normally say that as a communication skills trainer and trying to show the language to try to meet the people from both sides and to find the communication so this is specific were its rises right so i'm trying to facilitate the communication from the most sites with my background in the skills in the language. School de la salle. This is more or less something that maybe might be hope to become a name. Eligible edition might've been onto tall. Might be super super. Press thing for hint on this good luck and building this bridge with the healthy language. Teaching experience the mike These two participants still participants of the communication process meet probably our listeners. can not here but i could see you showing this bridge on which the the two sides meet inbetween series connection. It's movement towards one another into we could also wrapped up by Bringing this bridge as a metaphor moving from the previous year to the new year taking our skills with us seeing where on this bridge we are and how are and in which direction we can go and want to go have been new year. Live and learn learn. Learn curious about what we discussed next. Please subscribe to live and learn podcast and join our community on social networks. Leave and learn and.

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Black Holes

Pants On Fire

22:09 min | 2 years ago

Black Holes

"Two people claim to know everything about something. But only one knows anything. President Roosevelt warranty crevice belts, tiny Soares had two brains lucky kids live on ours and go to school and flying cars, or at least they will one day. Leave me I may historian and astronaut or Dr Lori and would I lie? It's hard to say. The other is telling the truth. Down to the wire figure out who's. Canada. This is on fire. And now, here's your host in my money goals that would be nice, but no welcome to pants on fire that game show where kids choose between the powerfully cosmic truth and the dark and endless nothingness of lies Durkin, endless nothingness of lies and listening. Live live. I'm your host, Deborah gold scene. And joining us for our game today is our robot Lisa which stands for live in-studio audience just ever. But I also have a lot of other talents that I feel are little under utilized. Okay. We would love to utilize them. What were you thinking? Thank you for hearing. Thank you. I don't know if you're wear you probably are speaking, many other languages, and I think maybe I could help translate the show for some of the listeners who might wanna listen, and like the United Kingdom or Australia translating, but they speak English in the United Kingdom. And well, yeah, they speak it. But do they understand us? Like, here's an example. Okay. Okay. All right. Like on the show. I would say welcome to pants on fire. But for the people in England, I could say good day and do kill listen to trousers of flame. Okay. Then they would say okay understand or if we had Australian listeners, it'd be like goodbye reckon. You're ready to play fine the fair peas, okay? I take your point. I guess that would be useful. But you know, really, we don't have the time in the show or or budget for a translator a load of rubbish. Indeed. I am so sorry sorry as all the birds and Ozzie's who have no idea what we're saying. Oh, I think they'll manage for now. So can can you manage to tell everyone around the world how our game word. Every week. We bring onto grownups one is an expert. The other is a liar. And it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who is who. Because no one can spot a live better than a kid or at least no one we can afford. What are we lying about today? Never. We are lying about black. Yes. Region of space having a gravitational field so intense that no thing or even light can escape. Lisa. Do you know anything about black holes? Do my massage shores black hole where socks go and never come out of the human that metaphorically. Right. Like, you just can't find your socks which are probably in the dryer behind you. I can't find my socks because they are not there anymore, ergo. There is a black hole. Do you think your socks are actually getting pulled into a void in space by inescapable, gravitational force fire your sock drawer? Sometimes the simplest answer is most often. Correct. Deborah. Okay. Yeah. It couldn't get any simpler than that. Yes. I need to leave right after this episode. So I can go buy some new socks. Okay. Okay. But this time I'm going to put them in my underwear drawer, and I'm going to outsmart that black holdover. Okay. Until then why don't we meet today's contested your thing that you're willing to bet. Human child contestant is a ten year old who's favorite food is sushi and least favorite food is this fin Egan. He. Hi, fin welcome to pants on fire. You're good. Yeah. Let's talk about this liking sushi, but not fish, you know, that sushi is fish bowl. I just can't like I just get like cucumber or or get out of the KADO coast because this toga, but not the fish part. You don't eat them. No, no. I will have I will have the seminar. I just I just never tried eating it because whenever we get smoked. I'm like, no. So maybe it's you like sushi, but you don't like smoked salmon. I don't like like other fish. But I like I like the normal not not anything to. Fishy. Fishy fish. I don't like the fishy fish, I like the just fish some of them. The robber. Fishy fish. I'm here to swim. I got super gills and I'm down with him. Nice one. We don't have that. That's fishy fish. Okay. Oh, I listened to fishing purchase music. All. Oh, yeah. All right. So we do want to know some more fun facts about you, then, but we also need to test our lie detection skills. So we're going to play two truths and a lie so thin. Can you tell us three things about yourself? But two of those things should be true. And one of those things should be ally. And Lisa and everyone playing along we'll try to guess, which one of those things is ally. Can you do that? Yeah. I like the skin. Oh, cool. All right. Tell us your three facts. Okay. I have a dead cat buried in my backyard. Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. I love to play basketball, and I have been on team. So I'm really I know which one I hope is alive. But what do you think home smell? Let me smell the he definitely you know, what after smell. He does smell a little bit. Like that guy. Oh now, I think that one's true. He plays basketball or he's been on TV. He he's been on TV. He he's never played basketball. Never played that over really hoping the dead cat, but Finn which one is line. I have never played basketball. Believable clock wine settled three half, even more. Unbelievable. Why do you have a dead cat in your backyard? Don't you have a backyard Denver? Yeah. No, never put a good cat in your backyard. It's not good. But we have a dead cat nerve wrack yard because our cat died and sort of like, you know, putting him in the living room. Yeah. Or making like a carpet out of we just put put actually have no which one which one it was a him or her. We had to both side one between re put in our yard. Our first expert is Gordon Howard, Gordon, please introduce yourself. Too thin hyphen. I'm Gordon Haller of an I am a black hole hunter lake lake with digitally flair in a rocket ship. It's a black hole. Dislike or a computer. A little more of the water. Okay. And our next expert is Krista again, Krista introduce yourself. Hi fan. My name is Krista. Hi, what do you do? What is your job? I am a planetarium educator pay. Then so Finn. Do you know much about black holes? Yeah. We did some research. Yeah. Yeah. So we could be more on on point. Yeah. On points. Look at research department research team. Yeah. Yeah. Dramas included name names, but you can say that. That's it. That's it. I see that same shots. Found file is as hot as a burning sun. Lisa. It's even hotter than nuclear fusion. You wanna know why? That is when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answer fins questions Finn. You have some burning questions for experts. Don't you? Okay. So I'm going to ask you to take it away and start asking them. You're hot seat questions. Okay, krista. This one is a black hole formed when lecturing six. No, no. I mean like like like when? Yeah. When lake formed so during the lifetime of a star a black hole is usually the end point. And and like what I what I meant like that was like. My mom wrote this. Mchower is a black. How can you create a black hole your free time, create one backyard sticks and before dinner? Yeah. Yeah. To gain a lot more mass to form a black hole. Oh. Fish. Makes you smarter than oh. Smarter. I just need to be. Yeah. Pleaded giant north bigger. Right. How big so in order to even possibly turn into a black hole? You need to have at least three times the mass of our sun that's super bag. Yes. So a black hole forms when you have a really really massive star. And eventually that star will run out of fuel. The nuclear fusion. That's what's making this Starshine. Eventually it'll run out of fuel and gravity takes over. And the whole thing collapses in on itself. The stars like oops, oops is rate. Oops, Ken block calls be seen. I'm Christopher can black holes beefy not directly. How can you see them? So let me how people notice them. So do you know that wind exists? Yeah. How do you know that wind exists? Because they could feel it. Right. So you have to see what effect the wind has on things around it. So just in that way. We can't see a black hole at self. But we can see what it's doing things around it. So what like what is the luck whole doing around it? So we can like notices so a really good example is if a star happens to wander too close to that black hole. So of the star screaming out like what happens is it can get slowly pulled apart and kind of Fawley. Yeah. Tari or even if the star doesn't get too close. That's a really good way for us to know, whether black holes are there's our stars orbiting around it, really fast. Okay. Gordon? What does it mean to be a black hole? So a black hole hunter, basically that title is just kind of impressive way of saying that I'm a part of a research team. And we use giant telescopes. These observatories to take pictures of the night sky and to try to identify where black holes are in. Learn things about them black hole. Hunter sounds really a lot cooler. Yeah. Yeah. I think I've seen like videos of that like people in the big the big telescope fairly. Yeah. They're like big domes with a giant telescopes signal very Star Wars, but you're not looking for black holes because you can't see them. You're looking for the things going on around them. Exactly. Yeah. That's okay. When will the sun become a black hole? Well, the sun actually is in big enough to ever become a black hole when our son of burns out, which it will at some point longtime in the future. It will become what's known as a white dwarf star. Must move feel bad when I'm big enough to be a black hole. It'd be better to explode in dislike Ono the lights went out instead of like a room exploded. No, no are electrically just went out like like, it's just it's just not as exciting. Gordon, what color is a black hole once black. Of course question. What do you mean? Trying to trick me. Trick and bro. That he he's haunted black holes. He knows. Black. What is the name of the Blackhawks the center of the Milky Way called Sagittarius a? How far away is that Jerry? Secretaries as about twenty seven thousand light years away from us far enough away that we're not in any imminent danger about release. That's that's good out. So watch out you never be too careful, crystal what happens when something falls into a black hole. All right. So the truest answer I can say is we don't know what we think happens is this really cool process called spaghetti fixation. So is that another scientific turn? So essentially, the gravity is so strong in a black hole that if something fell into it. It would get stretched apart so much that you would just look like a piece of spaghetti. What happens if spaghetti gives them? That's something agreed to scare me. The thing is we could actually never know because the gravity so strong light can't escape from a black hole. So we wouldn't be able to see anything. Oh, it's going to be darkened their Uber. Dr can't see, you know, could I make a correction? I did hear that it would be dark in a black hole. It actually wouldn't. It'd be super bright. Once you're in the buckle. Please explain. So like I said that late Kenneth scape. Right gravity is just too strong. So while we can't see the light from the outside, no lights being omitted or -flective it or anything. But if you are in it, there's a lot of mass in stars and things in there. So it would actually be really bright K you've got the spotlight for a while. The very center of a black hole called that's called the point of singularity. And that's this sort of terrifying place where physics as we know. It are totally different. We can't possibly know. What's going on in there? Because if we were to get their we'd never come back would get spaghetti flow, Krista. What is the event horizon that is the point where if you cross over it, you cannot escape the pool of a black hole was kind of like the boundary. He's all scary thing. Mark that right. Hey watch. Agreed. What happens as you get closer to the event horizon as you get closer? So it if you yourself we're getting closer to the event horizon time kind of slows down, and that's why that spaghetti vacation happens because your feet start to get pulled faster than your head does third. Really? Yeah. This it's called gravitational time dilation so because the gravity so strong. It actually affects how time is moving. But if you were actually watching someone watching that happen to someone they would actually just freeze in place. The time would slow down so much that if you were observing it from faraway, you would just see them freeze forever. Gordon? Tell me about something interesting that happened during your job kosh something. Interesting happens at my job every day one cool thing that just happened that I can't really talk too much about is that we recently took pictures of what we believe to be the birth of a black hole, and there's an article. There's an article coming out in the spring and intergalactic signs monthly that is going to detail our findings. So you have to stay tuned. Exciting. It's time for the short fire round. When our experts have to answer as many questions as they can before time runs out Finn. Let's start with Krista, and you can ask your shorts on fire questions. Now, how many stars in the Milky Way about two hundred billion are black holes. Hot on the inside. Yes. Humankind ever butthole, maybe in anything trouble faster than light know, how far does their nearest black hole to us about three thousand light years away. What year we're Blackwell versus covered nineteen sixty four do black hole. Yes. What is the largest type of black hole? Supermassive black holes. Do you believe? Time travel's possible. Sure. All right. Listen fan. I gotta tell you something times. Pence may fall time is up. But now, we're moving to Gordon. Okay. You ready Lisa's resetting the timer? Who actually the timer? Just slipped into a black. Let me get a. Here's a new time. This one's better. Okay. Good. Start your questions for Gordon now to gravity. Yes. How many layers do black hole tub? Three ten a black hole the planet. No around how many black holes are in the universe. Hundreds of millions. There's life on other planets absolutely think they're cool. What is it called star explodes a supernova? What is the name of the first block ever discovered? I don't remember what it's the shape of a black hole circular morbid. Time is up been who has done. But that doesn't mean you're finished here yet. Oh. It's decision time. Now are contestant fin must analyze everything. He's heard and compress all the facts into a decision of singularity fin. Are you ready to tell us who the wires Christa Christa is our liar liar pants on fire? Why do you think that she seemed so confident with our answers she answered a lot. But instead of answering a lot of different things she answered one thing. But just stretched it out a lot. She spaghetti fide answer. Yes. My gosh. Okay. Let's see who the real expert is will be actual real true lack whole expert, please. Let us know who you are. Expert confidence confident Chris against is an astronomy expert presents planetarium program at liberty science center in the largest planetary in the western hemisphere, super cool. Oh, but that was tough. That's a hard one. Right. Who even understand any of the stuff, I guess Krista does. So anyway, let's see if Krista can help us with our fact checking took president were there facts that Gordon shared that were stellar lies. Didn't actually did a really good job on of the things. He said, we're correct. I've never heard of intergalactic science monthly. The crossroads of newness. So we we're talking about the shape of black holes while most of the stuff that we can see looks like a disc they really are more spherical in shape. Wow. Okay. In court and what other lies were rotten to the core. Gosh, intergalactic science monthly was definitely made up. Somebody should start that. I also did not take a photograph of the birth of a black hole. Somebody might have. I'm sure there were other lies peppered in there. I just don't remember busy trying. So we have how many black holes one hundred billion and the name of the first black hole ever discovered. Cygnus x one. Not good name. These are not as good as spaghetti. Keisha? Just henry. Henry. Yeah. Somebody needs to get on that committee, Krista fav. The black code. Okay. That's all for us today. Thank you to our contestant Finn who helped us poke holes and all the lies and thank you to our expert and liar, Krista, and Gordon and two are universally loved robot LUSA, and of course, many thanks to our listeners tuning into pens on fire where we send lies to the point of no return. Production of the media for more. Great shows. Visit best robot ever dot com. While you're there, you can send questions for me to read on ask Lisa and find out how you can participate and follow us on social media pants on fire cast for behind the scenes, photos and more true facts. And if you're a black hole, what is going on find a new job, man. That's crazy. Jason. Idiots best robot ever dot com.

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Krakin Krakoa #57: Is Hickmans X-Men An Alternate Reality?

Best Comics Ever

16:38 min | 11 months ago

Krakin Krakoa #57: Is Hickmans X-Men An Alternate Reality?

"Simone through. Certainly throughout my cracking. Of. Possibility for Koa alternate realities of popular potentially exciting theory, the ambition and vision of professor x Magneto more McTaggart immune kind grand enough that it begs the question whether all this changes really happening in Marvel's core earth. Six one six timeline today will answer is the Greco Aaron alternate reality, who are the Omega Level Mutants most likely to play a role Hickman era all universe in if there is. Is An alternate reality and play. What should it look like welcome to cracking Greco Cohen, number fifty seven I'm using founder and editor in chief of Comic Book Harold Dot Com you'd you like? CBS, channel or podcast consider likened subscribing and sharing links, channels and patriots port included in the show notes. You can find full X. men in words or uncomplicated dot com spoilers for discuss comics may follow. is the Greco Aaron alternate reality? It won't surprise me in the slightest have an alternate reality is in the works for a future state of the X.. Men Line even future event truly. Alec forward to it that said I don't think that we're what we're reading right now. House of events on twenty twenty don x comics is an alternate reality. My reasoning is more practical the narrative. If this is all part of an alternate reality, it would imply the entire over universe is also locked within this reality after all we have already seen the crypto referenced in Non X. Men, comics such as Valkyrie or black cat. Cadillac Significant references by the way in the dynamex ring over order on CBS. So let me know if you see something missing while that would be cool as all get out I. Just don't think that level of line wide coordination where all of the Marvel universes and alternate reality is very likely. Let's take one example empire, the upcoming apparently now weekly marvel event includes Tines, which these series very very much occurs in the same universe. There's no denying. Denying it if empire occurs in the alternate reality, Creko Era X. men that means to unlikely Scenarios One somehow the comics history of this all reality is identical to the past of the Earth six, one six, and to the major universe wide event happenings of empire will be presumably tentative reality sent to be changed at a future date. I'm here for it if it happens, but that's a whole lot of coordination. That would definitely shocked me. Otherwise I can at least see the reasons. People might think Hickman's X.. Men is already an alternate reality for starters. House of XS call back to the two thousand five Marvel Event House event in which scarlet which at the urging brother quicksilver created an alternate reality in which magneto ruled the world kind, generally dominant and want to try to give literally everybody what they wanted for example Parker is happily married to Gwen, stacy and uncle. Ben's doing just great. Likewise Hickman makes considerable callback to Wanda's famous. No more mutants compared to. To the destiny decimation abuse in his newfound status as the great pretender, the era is certainly top of mind, similarly there remains broad skepticism that the X. Men behavior is aligned with heroes. We've known them to be in the Marvel universe I don't really prescribe to this theory as cyclops says in house of X. Number One. Did you think we were just going to take it? But her reality would offer an easy out here and allow for the return of the Real X. Men by runs, and again I, highly doubt. Doubt this outcome, a mild alteration on this team that I prefer would be the revelation that this Charles. Xavier is actually one of the Evil Charlie access from the Greg. Pock written extreme X. Men during the marvel now era, but again I think it's more likely that more just in her own words broken. This is a different version of Charles Exhibitor. We've seen today so no due to the integration of Cohen to the broader Marvel Universe, and the fact that the skillful execution of status quo shift simply fits in marvel. Marvel Comics I. Don't think Ricco is an alternate reality, not a hoax, not a dream again kind reacting the specific way two decades of fear, hate and abuse does not feel to me in any way on believable. I do think in alternate reality is in the experts future, though and I also think we've already been given many clues about how it might take shape. That's what I'm interested in exploring the remainder of this episode looking at Marvel's Omega level reality worshippers in handful of other players. Who could get us there? Before digging into the players. It's worth taking a step back to reconsider what it even means to be. An Omega Level Mutant prior to the Hickman era of X. Men, Omega level was tossed around somewhat liberally, and generally just taken to mean really really good-looking note, really really powerful in house of X. number. One Hickman writes in Omega level. Mutant is immune. WHO's dominant power is deemed to register. Register or reach in undefinable upper limit of that power specific classification, the known list of Omega Level Mutants is reduced to fourteen and Omega level. Mutants defined as the greatest natural resource of Cacao for my money. Keeping this list relatively tight is agree. Call one thing that really stands out to me. Though is how many these players can manipulate. Really, it's clean, twenty eight and a half percent for. For them, let's go through them. One by one first legion. David Haller is Omega power power manifestation realities created the age of x the age of apocalypse arguments in favor of a major role. Well, he's missing in action. We don't know where he is suspicious. He's the son of professor x coming out of the House of X.. This obviously matters quite a big deal and Mike. Carey run of. Of X. Men that I talked about my my cracking Cohen Mike Carey and x men, legacy is a major influence on on this title, and we know that's where Legion created. The age of accent was also a supporting player after that point, so not only leads power likley factor in any reality, altering connections to all these major players in the Hickman era of X. men is hard to ignore. From the obvious professor x, Myra very much took care of Lee Job Your Island and the personality that manifested in the age of ex straight up took the form of Myra to make David feel safe on the other hand. Legion is also. Well while under the influence of the shadow king for killing destiny. And, there have been illusions to share psychic relationship between the characters, so if you really dig into a legion, you know like history of that character in the X. Men Universe, and of course there is a legion breeding moreover on C. H.. There's a ton of connective tissue here. That could lead to another role for Legion but I think again. They do have to point out. He's fairly obvious. Pick because he's done it before. Brings us to number two Jamie. Braddock his Omega powers, reality manipulation on a quantum level. He has not created. Any reality is lasting enough to be given a name, but he's absolutely toyed with reality in the past. So what are the arguments in favor of him playing a major role well, he's a total wild card for starters. He's working with pacalypse pages of Excalibur and he was taken to Muir Island for rehabilitation during ninety excalibur issues I think it's around the early seventies of excalibur which. Which means Barbara has had her hands on him, so apocalypse didn't place Jamie on thrown in other words by act I'm not sure it'll get directly referenced again, but the last time Jamie ruled other older thereabouts it was in the pages of uncanny x force, and it was as a corrupted future version of himself, known as the goat is her hell bent on straight up devouring the multi-diverse betsy king that go round and I could definitely see him. Playing a meteorology apocalypse plans moving forward. Other Reality Warping Proteus. Kevin McTaggart Omega powers. Reality, manipulation, on a scientific level, realities created well nothing by name, although he has reality hopping experience via his time spent his. Time spent on the exiles team actually arguments in favor of a major role. Well, he's already part of the call five, bringing about the resurrection protocols on Koa making sure that all music brought back to life. He's Meyer Sun, which of course, is the biggest connection and historically proteases kind of a loose cannon He's rarely. On his own terms in a significant enough away where you know, he would be the the reality warp, but I could definitely see him being in the mix again because of those significant McTaggart connections. Speaking of being on his own terms and creating realities, Franklin Richards his Omega Powers Reality Manipulation on a universal level realities created a whole lot of heroes reborn after the onslaught era in event in marvel comics of the nineties and possibly this one. After secret wars, the two thousand fifteen, just in the two thousand sixteen event written by Jonathan Hickman with incredible art based on rich Franklin and the fantastic four are sort of left behind in the in the multi verse Omnivores. Whatever you WANNA call it and Franklin's powers are creating universes yet again sort of setting things right after secret wars and everything ends so the very earth six one six that we know right now is partially a product of. Of Franklin Richards. Power set so arguments in favor of a major role well besides what I just mentioned, Hickman's fantastic four. He's already done a lot of work on the character. Don a lot of work on flanked Franklin, Richards in particular in future versions of himself, he mentioned the team in House of X. number. One and Franklin basically gets his own mini in X. men fantastic four. As the you know, he's the most powerful of this this entire. Their level mutant set if anybody's the odds on favourite to create an alternate reality, Safer Mutants. It's definitely Frankie Ballgame I. IT makes a whole ton of sense. I also can't avoid noticing. There are four designated Omega level. Reality workers all we need is one more, and we'll have a new the five a group. I like to refer to as the Omegas in what is clearly revealed. Now is my long con- TO PITCH IN BARBARA book marble. You can find at Carol seriously, though in both carries Asia vaccine now house subjects, there are groups known as the five the keep the. The system functional. It's probably just a coincidence, but you read enough x men, comics needs things. Start to feel like absolutely planned assesses the idea of five Omega level. Reality Workers Working together to create a new reality that will stand right instead of just loose cannons on their own terms, something legion in an age of x that can fall apart. You bring these five together with their complete control over reality. Maybe you have something that sticks. Could this be a part of Mora and professor? X magneto and whoever else is involved sinister plans? I like to think that it could. Other technically non Omega Lov Immune instead created some version of reality in the past, leaving out scarlet witch for the sake of consistency include a McTaggart. You know so in theory. Sort of she's created nine realities just through living every implication. Is that when Margaret Dies lifeline ends in that reality is no longer accessible to anyone, but the actual specifics here are still a bit cloudy. I've been pitching my theory that the zone and Rasputin from Moya's nightlife are likely to reappear via black hole travel, which would quite literally punch a hole in the idea. There's travel between Moore's lifelines. I'd like to see it, but it would all of a sudden overturned the fact that wait are these. Can we travel between these different lifelines Myra? How does that work ultimately the easiest Audi reset button is more returning the console in the middle of a huge L. in restarting the game with shot at life eleven, although again per destinies warning tomorrow, the eleventh life isn't even a shirt. You know destinies language. I think in house of X. Number two was. You might have an eleventh if you play your cards right and that's a huge gamble from virus to take if that is where this series is ultimately moving. Other players who could play a role while you have X. men nate grey created the age of x men in two thousand nineteen right before back some powers of ten launched given the recency at that event I think there's approximately zero percent chance the Nikkei returns and crisis hand and a new reality, but we can't discount the fact that age vaccinate may be involved for starters. We don't know where he is in. As I discussed in the Hickman's expert time gap video age becks ends with nate magneto discussing some very ominous plans for the future that could very much see impacting road that x men comics take here. One of my favorite ideas here is gingrich the return of Jean. Grey as the White Phoenix of the crown in idea from grant Morrison and Mark Sylvestry, concluding our cure comes tomorrow into exit number, one, hundred, fifty, one to number, one, hundred, fifty four. The White Phoenix of the crown isn't a reality warp per se in new X men. Jean is able to use her abilities to reach back and change the past to prevent a future. I have little doubt. There's a lot to come regarding the Phoenix with name or recently looking to weaponized the cosmic entity in the pages of vendors and Hickman teasing the Phoenix's power in discussions of galactic societies I. Don't know exactly what shape that will take obviously, but the idea that you know we know Morrison's run a huge influence on Hickman probably the most influential on the only thing that come close Mike Carey, Ron and x men legacy so the idea that he would want to pull this sort of idea. Especially, the White Phoenix of the crown in that design that appeals to me a lot I could see that playing for sure. Finally other players who just seem like the sort who might be involved in these kinds of shenanigans Zorn's orange. The brothers to you know we have one of them out there in a black hole, and of course as I have centred here on the screen, good old Nimrod. He's definitely gonNA. Be around all right. Perhaps most importantly, let's name the new reality. Age of x seems like the obvious choice. Given House of X. empowers attend course. That's already taken there to naming conventions that I think would generate the legacy. Excitement more wants it would be house blank and AJ blink here are the names that I like one age of sinister to the Myra Millennium. Three House of Richard's four days of future. X in five legion in Juice I think I would love to hear your ideas for naming the new alternate reality. In the comments, please do so if you have questions, predictions, theories, thoughts names for this alternate reality. Be whether or not you think we are in fact reading an alternate reality of x comics again, please share in the comments. I love to hear your ideas and thoughts and feedback always super appreciated you can. You can definitely participate there or if you listen to the podcast, you leave comic comment over on complicated Dot Com. If you WANNA leave a Karmic to listen. That's all my alley. Patriots for Compaq Herald. Is provided over Patriot dot com slash complicates supporters at mysterious benefactor. Tear shout specifically on these youtube videos. I WANNA think. 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"Hello and welcome to monaco on culture with me. Tom edwards standing in for robert bound. Today's program us to take on big summer show. This year is by some this marks a return to take the danish icelandic artists his groundbreaking twenty three show the weather projects transformed the buildings turbine hold into a giant beam mm-hmm of sunshine attracting crowds millions turning listen from prominent artists into something of an art world superstar in real life is the name of the new exhibition and it's a large retrospective of his work today which often deals with ideas around whether climate change it's a multi sensory geometric experience as you enter rooms filled with fog fog moss and kaleidoscopes forming a colorful interactive show that works for families on some holidays as well as the regular art crowd something for everyone it would seem gene was it for our critics well. That's fine now joining me on the program today the writer and curator francesa gavin editor at large of the art newspaper jane morris hey welcome to the show. Let's start off by talking a little bit about ellison's relationship with with tight because i mentioned an introduction to twenty jio three show and that was obviously it seems like looking from the outside. That was a real critical moment but of a turning point for him. What what is it to do with the relationship with the institution itself. Is it just about his work reaching those little white or public consciousness. I mean i think it was also attending point for the tate itself self. It was a moment where that millennial projects of something huge made sense. It was the first really lodge scale interactive work that had such the broadcast global success that it almost change the interest on it was like instagram -able before instagram is that makes sense so i think like obviously obviously that enormous sector hence career in terms of his focus on what he was doing. I mean in terms of the content. I mean what's great. He makes a few references to that work in lifts going up and in the hallway outside. They've still got that wonderful yellow light that makes your skin go within your is funny. Which i thought was quite cute that he was kind of referencing talking that this exhibition was emerging from that heritage until this point. I suppose about yeah. Immersive are almost jane does it i i do you ever worry about that balance because i when i went to this exhibition took my kids running around and it is it's it's a it's a veritable playground for for three year road too much so as we need to be careful about striking is actually always been a debate around eliasson's work. I mean i think how foster was <hes> his a you. In a famous critic and writer <hes> has always been quite skeptical of that and has suggested it's more phenomenon affects and not in not in a very flashing shing way say so some people like cost in haller who i think followed a year later. There's a bit of a sense of art fairground or autism yeah so there's there's always he's been that suspicion. Other critics feel very strongly the other way and say that you know you go in and you look at the world differently by the time you've been through the exhibition for for me. I think there are some pieces where that is true and i think you so. I think i think he's patchy. I think he does slip into it. Sometimes i mean for me. What really comes across the expression is in fact not not necessarily it's interactive nature which is super appealing but how he's using ought not necessarily normal creative outweigh but as a platform to talk talk about other things yeah. I mean he's really an artist. Activist is empty in the tradition of i guess the gates or i way i it is a real sort. Take take over from the food and the restaurants to outside spaces. Whatever we think of that process francesca has he has he done it well. I i mean i enjoyed a marketing. Pretend i done in the same way that particularly when you're in the massive nature things things that play with your perception or really deep way so there's an amazing using piece where it's a droplet of water and you've got this flashing light coming on like a strobe very slow strobe in every single time strobe lights on the water's frozen essentially essentially in your is like a camera for a minute and a different shape and for me that was incredible and then there's another work which is you walk down big long hallway and you're walking through fogging. You can only see ed say colored fog about a meter in front of you and it's incredibly censorial so i- funding super effective things which are more. Let's say child orientated things that are more like look at my shadow look at a kaleidoscope yeah. This would make a nice picture doesn't do it for me. It was the things that played with your physical bodily sort of perception that i think we're super successful the walk through the the corridor folk i mean i find that almost stress j._c. Because i blind passage you in he pains to point out what you can do. You can look up to the ceiling which you actually can still see all reach for the walls if you become slightly <hes>. I don't know nervous about about saying the way interestingly. The context of any piece of our is critical. How the viewer is viewing in this case in the dark room at the pulse of light in your view is very much part of the experience of elbowing people i blundered into people on several occasions does that then become does that become part of the experience and so does the q. I mean waiting to go into an inst- i wrote a piece about this. One so the idea of queuing is actually a way of making people anticipate and focus on the walk more at cell phones you do it now. I actually think the way they incorporated queuing into spaces. You be viewing other works at the same time was really successful because my timing during q. or any cue i'm from london. I really don't like queuing that. You'll you'll get frustrated whereas this i think kinda did at least have other things for you to engage with while you're in this kind of waiting sign also clearly part of the artwork. Isn't i mean you are supposed to be not only. Are you thinking about the way it changes your own perceptions but you are supposed to be thinking of yourself in relation to other human beings are the visitors and seeing yourself as part of a community which is where this thing about the communicating which he doesn't his g._p._a. You do in berlin fits into it so he takes the idea of the the viewer competing additions idea of the view of completing the can take it a step forward. I mean to to be fat like some other artists of his generation. I mean is of a moment in a weird way but it doesn't mean some of the things aren't successful but maybe some of the more successful things are not necessarily as current walk because the current work really feels so focused on well actually almost day and research and basically redirecting all his attention to extension rebellion billion yeah. I think i mean for me. I thought the the piece i liked the most was also in early piece. I think it was from the mid ninety s and it was the piece i think it's cool beauty and it's a hose with perforated hose with droplets water coming down and just a light shining on it and obviously you've got this rainbow in this beautiful dark and rim and i think you know that sort of work i i like i like the simplicity and honesty of the materials. He's not hiding what he's doing. It's not clever in tricky. You look at it and you think yeah. We all knew we could do that but we didn't do it and people love that it was really nice seeing people in it but it was also quite nice just looking at it i point of view i mean even when it's an interactive piece in you're seeing children that your children wiggle around like drawer and play and actually i think it was quite it didn't bother me in a way they were kind of contained within certain spaces. I didn't feel like it didn't it impacted on your experience of the other one. I like the containment factor yes convenient but just to that point obviously for the tight. It's great and they insane well. Look you know this is the younger generation really immersing themselves in art and building positive experiences. It's clearly going to be gangbusters in terms of numbers but do they a another big institutions day need to be wary about going for mass appeal lever stuff with definitive sort of autistic and integrity the timing this doesn't of course but is again. Is that something that we need to be wary about facing the numbers ahead of anything else. Every museum needs to be catholic back yeah there there. There is a real pressure on museums to produce blockbuster exhibitions whether it's for revenue reasons which i think is a real danger for the particular museums m's in britain but i think also on the continent has been heavy cutbacks. There's always that risk and of course the other one is indeed to hit not just high visitor numbers but to hit divers visitor numbers so you know they all museums have to be careful of that but i think this is also an indication of changing idea of the museum can be actually i think is really interested in the definition finishing order museum can be which is quite interesting but yes i mean. We're totally aware of like how you impact on water. A show should be but i mean. I don't know if that's necessarily bad thing. I mean ought has become very mainstream. Entertainment part of tate modern is very much intertwined with the idea that people want to go instead of going to a movie. They go to title now on a weekend. I think that's kind of the same kind of breadth of appeal and i think that's actually a positive thing if nothing else if it means they go in the wrong room. I'm an experienced the douglas gordon downstairs or like a room something else that they would never see otherwise and i think that that's a successful. Let's say combination. We'll so i do think in a way way we but taking you'll cinema for a little bit further montezuma's likable plex the take away. You could have a show like that. You could have something i mean i. I don't think they have got something really heavy and dry on at the moment but i always remember when they did the damien hirst show an upstairs. They had endless bratty maps which could not have been a greater. It's a contrast. I have to be honest. I actually joined the her. Stay more but it was yeah. I was quite clear that the reti had been put on as as a foil for for for those who are not going to enjoy the hearst what's interesting in people sometimes talk about smoking mirrors. We've been talking about illusory perception challenging this sort of thing <hes> <hes> do you think that's a elian is clearly very successful and he's got a formula that works but he also likes to surprise and be playful. What would be the logical next step g thing for him autistic legionella. What did you think it might be the big surprise that it's actually not something gene huge and scheduling huge ambition something more more mondays demean or do you think like a lot of artists may be. He's <hes> you know. He's going to be less inclined into to surprise given. He's pretty well well. I mean everyone. Everyone is dangerously risk of kind of the the sort of middle aged sort of ideas dry dry up which is very well known. I've no. I'm not saying that he hit that has happened to him but you know he runs that risk like all of us. I think that it's hard to say with him. Because i think in many ways he's already gone well beyond the idea of the artists the artists the artists activist. He's talked about the artists as entrepreneurs that was quite a lot of merchandise outside which i i mean is is is directed much on divert and i believe that the that the you know the proceeds of that is going to support the causes that he's that he's he's involved and so he's already well beyond just the office making all i mean it really actually amaze me. The final room in the exhibition is focused like a college like crazy wall which just basically of research so imagery music clips quotes and actually i find it quite fascinating and i actually thought it was a really engaged after coming through all this kind of let's say more obvious interactive installations good instagram picture and you come out the other young she gets some serious like broad visual form of research almost it's like book level but in imagery and clippings talking about our relationships climb and ecological change and that's something that's so fundamental at the heart of his practice that i actually thought it was super successful because he was you know he's he's off icelandic. He's been timing ice and he's been watching glaciers melt and photographing it for the past twenty years is an literally seeing them disintegrate and obviously that's had a huge impact and the foot the norm logical relationship to light etcetera in that part of the world and that's a huge huge effect on him. Obviously he's trying to find different ways to make us have that feeling so maybe taking us through a foggy corridor look at things that are plainclothes kaleidoscopic in order to punch their and actually get across information. That's more difficult to consume. I think is actually a really successful. Things probably one of the most successful the things i think he's done. It's interesting isn't it because i was looking at the one the pieces i think you talked about way you could see shadows on the wall but actually women with a child ten round to one of the <hes>. The gallery assistance and said is this piece about light pollution and i was like ooh. I hadn't even thought of it like that probably was so i think you know. I think you're right. He stephanie. He's deafening corning courage in people to think about the environment and this is a really good way. I think to engage people and actually thought that was pretty good because it's rather easy or it can be a little to easy to come across a little preachy deducted with those messages but there are thought they were reasonably <hes> elegantly handled and you don't feel you're being instructed on the right way to do things going forward but i think that was francesca's points about the research i mean it's clear that he runs a studio like a research lab and and you get some sense of that from the thing the pieces on the that this kind of huge message bold on the wall so i don't think he's he's clearly trying to develop new ways of thinking new ideas. I'm just telling you both actually we're talking about. Which is the instagram ability of this is interesting. I suppose to to look at least career career trajectory and he was doing this stuff definitely and definitively before that was <hes> the main receiving but i'm sure there's a picture on an old my space just as such to kind of an and it's nice and stages <hes> is he. Someone who i don't know was he the ahead of his time or anything that how that's changed people's perceptions and people's engagement has it changed his work friendships with or his approach. Do you think i ain't ain't she thinks he's not ahead of the time. I think he's literally smack bang at that moment. When social media was exploding and i think his career has benefited from enormously the big tate son was hugely intertwined with that roy's of early social media and e mailing and also more than anything the camera phone so even when before necessarily sharing images the extent we were the idea of kind of breadth of cameron front access made it really much part of it so i think that it's not i think it's actually driven a lot of the successful in his career which you can really see in contrast to the let's say the more conceptual minimalist early works like ninety nine when you're seeing that kind of that kind of populist engagement with that i think actually was really driving force of them like okay. I've gotten audience who are interested in this and they're enjoying this. How can i make the most intelligent or poetic or beautiful statements about perception and the world through that well talking about perception just very nicely on franchesca. We've been talking about exactly that trickery array <hes> it's a big part of relations work of course and it does lead us nicely on <hes> to an exhibition on at <hes> museum moderna kunst in vienna moonwalk latin komo vertigo. Tell us more okay well. It's an incredible show and i think it's one of the best ways on this summer in europe which is a pretty good thing it's across two floors in the museum on its basic focuses on our part in connecticut and the idea perception from the sixteenth century actually the fifteenth century until let's say the sixty seven days so on the ground floor. You've basically got still works so a lot of things on paintings everything from peres beautiful kind of fake versions of rome and altarpieces that kind of seem to make your eyes go to like <hes> leagues bridget riley and like brazilian off but for me. It's the upstairs floor. Which is it's incredible. It is the best collection of really early installation based interactive work overseen alongside incredible engravings engravings of geo geometric structures which were really fascinating so one of my favorite pieces was tony conrad which he did this piece called the flicker from sixty sex so basically begins where you're basically watching almost like an old <hes> silent film and it same byways this might be a problem to watch those it disintegrates you watch a flicker flecha and the flicker gets quicker and quicker and i swear to god it is like you on hallucinogens wouldn't of course no but that's the entire thing that pew only an utterly the effect of your eyes looking out of thing giving you a physical effect and there were numerous different pieces throughout the expedition that had that kind of brain twist. It was fascinating. I found it really interesting. It's interesting. I guess we were still reflecting on this a bit with delays in discussion. You know this idea or something. That's a bit too. I don't know too much article too much superficiality or it's a spectacle ahead of of of artistic merit but certainly from franchesca says this really really proves anything buds and actually just because something is spectacular playful clever challenges your perception. It doesn't limit or in any way. It's it's autistic value. No and i think i mean you wouldn't say that about some say robert irwin nor james tyrrell who i would have said also obvious influences on <hes> on a liaison i i mean this quite a lot of <hes>. I would say this evidence looking at his work but also from things he's written about that. He's very interested in that kind of sixties minimal kinetic pacific perceptual work. He's a great fan of sell though i have never managed really properly to to wrap my head around and phenomenology but i think that's all this show sounds sounds like it's in the same area and what was really interesting reading the cadillac from the show they're also really placing it in the idea of the legacy of concrete art so the idea of tangibility and the body and and how actually linking it to nine hundred sixty s like philosophical ideas that basically if you because the world is always going to be in relationship to you and if you're moving leaving or your wear of the fact that you're positioning changes your experience of an object that it actually questions the idea of reality which i think is fascinating and you really see that connection between between. Let's say the body the work your physicality. I mean there's an incredible film which i really recommend looking online by brian depalma. We're very early of an expert that was at moma calderwood sponsored by and actually curated a show in response to this wants but it's basically people in new york in evening wear jumping up and down and staring airing out their fiscal relationship to a lot of the same works that are on show moonwalk at the moment so that was really fascinating this idea of like how do we as physical beings relate to what we're we're looking at and i think coming out of cubism let's say and the moving into something actually concrete that place your eyes icon and i think that's total connection between that that work is definitely a heritage to elephants. Don't exist with him. There's more color. Maybe a little bit more science. It's a little less sort of hard edged. I mean that's sixty stuff feels so a lot of it feels very brutal really serious to me like concrete poetry whereas strict isn't it yeah yeah. It's like you will look at us in your eyes. Will we'll go funny or it feels very much like math mathematician making odds whereas other feels more like i don't know a think tank which i <music>. I'm now you already mentioned this. This idea of works going back to the sixteenth century and i guess there will be people like my first glance hours like surely not it's <hes> but i guess that does speak to the fundamental almost very innate human interest in having your perceptions challenged also played with toyed read with <hes> did it did it easily bridge that gap between about centuries evolution but from what you say. It sounds like it's of course that tracks very elegantly. It wasn't done in a purely early corner. Let's say within timeframes. <hes> actually was quite elegantly done in terms of like fusion so you'd be looking at. Let's say pro oh s._e._o. Engravings from the fifteenth century or images of crimes included geometric experiments. I mean let the rene saenz was purely based on the fusion between science and so i think this really shows how our interests in let's say the geometric and the scientific county totally intertwined with ideas around philosophical on visual oh and perceptive but also i mean there's also some really great spiritual related work. There's a nice another nineteen sixty six piece by james whitney called lapis which is really wear and you're not allowed allowed to film it which is being in kaleidoscope with like a sort of an indian ragas playing in the background and it was like purely beautiful very of its moment but also incredibly ably well made in terms of the technicalities of what he had done to create this kaleidoscopic effect from modes of the little dots moving on a screen in front of you. It's really experimental talk. I mean i i loved it. I clearly loved this. Show the water tonight. I wondered. Do you think this is sort of show where make good prompt a broader reevaluation valuation may be of some of the protagonists work in particular some artists to prompt people to say we need to look at this if you like in a in a in a fresh in a new light and fresh in the same way when the david hockney released a book once that was showing the tricks of leeriness late renaissance painters in terms of how they created perspective in paintings which is incredible with him and i think that in a way this show really highlights the fact that art is a conversation that's been going on and everything is new and the concept of newness is not always interesting as the concept of developing compensation so i think it's always we always think that we're the press people to innovate anything so so you go to an elephant show now like wows the first time any of this has happened of course not all the experiments have been going on in other fields for many years. It's just about the re contextualisation relaxation of some of those conversations or looking back at things with a different point of view and i can tell you see wide thing playing with ideas of space and form can relate light to ideas of our partner different way but i think this definite desire to go to look at that often connecticut thing because with uncomfortable with our bodies because of relationships technology and the phone we're so used to being in ourselves and all that bubbles that we're looking for things that make us feel embodied again <hes> john willoughby making tracks komo convener three to tober absolutely incredible and you have totally inspired me. We're ne- inspiration businesses will coach asia jane <hes> you reminded let's see if we could go back to ellison <hes> of an again slightly sort of surprise me but you're going to lift the thanks for my is <hes> moving in history that you think sort of i don't know is it a spiritual inspiration. Should i was very struck. Its particularly in the room. <hes> <hes> where you see all the photographs of the glasses and i've seen this trait i think another of his works i mean his description of himself. As a young man and a young artist you know walking kayaking through the the icelandic wilderness taking photographs drawing it reminded me so much of the th- and he and he does have a relationship to <hes> northern romantic landscape painters. There's actually a reference in this show whether to the two round pieces pieces where he's taken the color palette from two works by caspar david friedrich and he's using it to show sort of ideas around light but as i say i thought of him and i thought as you talking about franchesca that relationship between art and science which have a very not all romantics but for many romantics it was a combination of people like get a constable doing cloud studies people considering how light changed and why it changed and obviously at the same time this pull towards the sublime beauty beauty which i think is a constant trait and lessons work. I mean i <hes> that we were talking about the way the show looks he clearly likes beautiful fool things that beautifully composed as a real sense of color on all these kind of traditional artistic qualities so i was very struck by that and i i saw basically looked at him and thought i better young man. You were passionate about the landscape as he is now you like b._t. You are pulled towards the sublime <hes> and i think it it's an interesting contrast to go. Look at some of the artists who he has directly related to one is friedrich and other is tana sadly. You can't see any friedrich's in london. As far as i'm aware aware the nationals won in the national gallery but it's so beautiful winter escape the winter scare just beautiful and it's not on show at the moment so so if you want to really go and see some amazing friedrich's you've got to make the trip to berlin or desseldorf i believe but we do have some wonderful <hes> tonners in the tape britain to go and have a look at it and he did a very similar thing with atanas work he did on <hes>. He took these color palettes and did work in response to them. I think it's interesting though to to look at those as a contrast there because i think he probably probably puts a slight pinpoint for me about how i felt about the show and i thought he makes you think he remakes you sense things but it doesn't make she feel in the way that those artists do. He's not an artist. That's about the in ally for mortality or any of these things. That's interesting statement. Actually i kind of agree with you. I wouldn't say i mean i had except for maybe in the moment of the fog colorado the distill passage or which we still i have a touch of the sublime yes but then i'm thinking what is the experience that i'm getting throughout the sublime and beautiful and it's an inner one actually rather than a lot of the other works six which i felt were more like i wouldn't say make my hop skip. I'll put it that way but i don't even know if that's their actual intention. If aims more cerebral engagement yeah i think i th i think he is at the end of the day for all we were talking about sort of fun fairs and whatever i think he's really quite a a cerebral artists actually but that's really really interesting think than to a fault journal most or is it over thought then almost do these thoughts. I think he's just a matter of taste right and i think that <hes> you know you don't you don't want all artists to be the same so so i find i think lisin the more you think you think about him. Look at his work and read about him. I think he does actually acquire more depth than might be superficially apparent but at least you don't have to read a press release to enjoy his work which is is probably one hundreds of kids. Love going to it or understand it. You can just enjoy it and you get so. I actually kind of really respect toss. You learn how to do that because many don't so so it's nice having worked that is just immediately engaging so that's probably another comparison where turner where it makes sense china's just as a nice big blow of yellow foggy color so and i think again yeah you can see how that would be something that has a combination of so it's a thought provoking very clever very well-thought-out play sense and she's got no no doubt in your mind that the expedition people should be tracking down is what's happening. I mean i'm a vienna's greats when you've got until i think towards the end of tober plenty of time no but star alway upper floor. I and you've persuaded me. It sounds like the vienna shea sounds fantastic but definitely visit fast cars via tate modern to the airport perfect that brings us to the end of today's program ellison's in real life is on that tape modern until the fifth of january twenty twenty thanks to my guest francesca kevin and jay morris until producer holly fischer. We'll back at the same time next week raw bound. You'll be in the chat but for me tom edwards for now escobar.

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S1E170: Shawn Harvey Morning Show 07/16/20

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S1E170: Shawn Harvey Morning Show 07/16/20

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Vince the hosie Arnold for the number of ones in their fellows. The one if you're in if you're freakazoids or I am before we get into. The city, says I am a retired of. I'd heard online Sydney identify since I was six years old. John. My father was nasty nasty. Right along with him. This, but I retired being freakazoids to followed up maybe. Assist no maybe less attendant ten years. I retired of the. City Are You, are you? You're active freakazoids at the moment. and. Out Cruciate is bobby unique to become more of a frigging, you'll be scratching his much more call. I mean it's not so much. It's just. that. It was saying to me. Say That Kim Kim was would be a freakazoids when she talks like one. The wanted group everybody out of their comfort. Remind everyone that we only have one right. Now and please a synergy I think Sean Logan is freakazoids. And I got a stunning one here. That's a freakazoids in my opinion with the latest in a chapel. WHO GOING DIANA'S Now. It's A. Quiet one. We put a number one if you. Clean. The Queen. Diane, A. Don't ask. Don't tell girl a big. This is so. We get into some semi. Says everybody feel free to watch bottom Cologne as she. This segment and And we'll see how long. With us. Today I saw a come on. Let's go. Let's clap on the school with a city, says sports, and in front page new sending what you have. If you don't mind. Wow. Like some hirings, going on some people leaving some things, so we take you inside highly weird will real quick on a weird Wednesday. Holly Weird on Wednesday right there night. Real. Jacob be qualified as Holly we're. Absolutely, I think they are the the president's go holly weird. The mayor and Mayor of Holly Weirds town. I. Absolutely. Now right now, Nick Kanye is under fire. Just. Surprisingly I don't even know what's going on. This is new to me, so let's find out. He currently became a trending topic on twitter after video of his podcast. It has a podcast called canons class. At. This was apparently I. Don't know if there was an episode or if you still doing pot as On however in this podcast, he referred to white people as at all. Savages. And it has gone viral after several white people. Began calling for knicks cancellation. He posted a lengthy statement on facebook to explain his comments and then by A. C. B. S. terminated their relationship. If you do not know Viacom's as owns MTV vh wine, bt. And more media companies During the PODCAST, he was having a discussion with former public enemy, member, professor, Griff and in the pilots as he said the people that don't have much are are a little less. They may not have had the compassion when they were sent to the mountains of. Caucasus when they didn't have the power of the sun, the sun then started to deteriorate deteriorate them. Then they're acting out of fear acting out of low self esteem, acting out of deficiency, so therefore the only way that they can act is evil. They have to rob steal rate. Kill in order to serve why so then these people? That didn't have what we have and when I say we I speak the Melania people. They had to be savage. Barbaric because they're in these Nordic mountains their on animals, so they're the ones that are actually closer to animals. They're the ones that are actually the true savages. So a few hours later. He, was at the top twitter. Trending topics Viacom CBS really statement confirming they had decided to terminate their relationship. Basically you know the run of the mill state and for Viacom. Damn bigotry of any kind categorically denounced all forms of anti-semitism. Spoke with Nick Cannon about of his podcast, which promoted hateful speech and spread antisemitic conspiracy theories, they said while they support ongoing education dialogue in the fight against a tree. They're deeply troubled. That nick has failed to acknowledge. Apologize for perpetuating and Semitism there terminating their relationship la La. La Lot of celebrities. I'm come out in support of Nick Cannon. I don't know I mean this. Was something old but? That's his true and. Maybe he could use better words but I mean he? He was speaking facts man exactly of. Different words I guess. The wrong with what he's saying. You know he was he was. What was it? He was, he was terminated from America's got talent. He had a problem. Men's and I guess speaking out about racial bias. and. They've liar head from. So. Give them the utmost respect for species like. How yet. Viacom? They own everything under the Sun. Like like Amazon. Who? Radio stations a lot of. A television stations a lot of all the whole bunch of like of Media mega-giant of. Candidates spoke is true. And, Hey? I. Don't see anything wrong that he but the problem. But real problem is. He works for a media company. That's the problem. You can't go on out there. especially. What's going on today so now? The Babylonian? Of the they let everybody live change policies that June taint in the whole deterrent out statute, and all that was the black man say something gets all of this. They used the same formula they go. No, this is racist. We gotta let you go to so. Cannon chose the wall words at the wrong time and profess a grip a name as The public enemy. You know he's for the movement Pro Black and I think that charges next up to this. WHO's a fatal combination for makers very rich by the way. Right he is so he. Will the Babylonians Septum down the road. But the And loose. Smash Mariah Carey and smashed noses young man on the smash best. He'll find you land on his feet at some point. I mean I'm sure Nick Kendall will be fine. People digging out these oems and. Types of stuff like just how? Do. That's actually going out somebody. Okay because all you join us. On because people agree with what you're saying, so. There you go. TYRA banks is going to be the new host of dancing with the stars. Adjusted Day after an ABC dropped. Tom Burns, Ron and Erin Andrews. Leading season, twenty, nine of dancing with Dr. Right. On. Their Twenty nine in addition. In addition to being a host, tyra will also be an executive producer of the show she was in talks with network long before. ABC cut ties with. On Monday Tom Bergeron announced the show would be continuing without him, and said his fifteen years hosting where the most unexpected gift of his career. A tell. The news came as quite a shock to Tom and he was only informed of his departure this week. Yeah, Tom Aaron, had been co hosting together since two thousand, and after Aaron was a contestant on the show, but now America's next time on Creator. We'll be upping into the hosting position. So shout out to her. Okay, so for doing that. She'll be right so so holly weird like you would say sitting. In here. Because of the Movement I. GotTa do with from a the racial injustice in this country in A. The traditional Babylonian host visual shows. They're going another direction, which is a good look. I mean I. Think they disrespect the time a little bit would that's with Hollywood. Do they put the whole contract together with Tarot? And then the next the day before they go to Tom no time you got the goal grow fired. Because he's a Babylonian, that's been to law. You know. Knowing The everybody knows black movements against the black face. Now even do from what you get that story from the Simpsons Cleveland. He's a white guy that retired now. He wants a black guy do that role, so the with that is Tara, banks way back and Tara banks superstar base in jail. I wouldn't smash a Tara banks I don't like Tor-. Skinny models with big feet. Now at at the tower has got to be an appointees at this point, right? I think she. She's very smash away at this moment. She spilled in really Nice, even though she got the big size eleven feet. I Will Smith He. Would you smash Tara Banks? and. Yet so now that he's the host now she got to step up because even though the Babylonian Tom. What's his name Tom of? Berge Bergman. Whoever he sounds. Canadian but one thing about that. A really ego very jaundice out that sound very bad career to me. He did a great job on this show now. Tarry Negoti, pretty as hell, and she's has experienced. Hoses shows I. Think he's GonNa? Take this thing to a whole `nother level so shoutout to Tara, and now they need to put like Tarasova like. Let's get it going like tie the cohost. That'd be Green. We her whole. Tarazi. Tiring That'd be great. Be Look that that would be kind of. More and more African Americans Latinos contestants. Yes absolutely run up right. I watch need if I see a little more melting on a shelf with. They flavor. FLAV. We need to turn this up. We really do me. Right. Not True. And and my last night that I have. anyways our way, we city some like it's the grand big only shakes like to see them dancing on. Star we need to switch this all up now? Burke in a home. Work My. We need tort night on things any real. And I WANNA, see Ya, I wanted to see more full figured women dancing on this show, CJ. Our Sea legs and rise knaw lack all I wanna see all the. Nice thing. I. What's rail woman goblets the Babylonian female, but I wanNA see like some some seeds some be cubs. Big, a? Big Wings I WanNa, see all that on dancing with the stars this coming soon. San Mateo. Alaska here Tamara on our. You know. Obviously tomorrow she's on. The show the real. She said that she made an announcement yesterday that she's going to be leaving the real known before the start of the next season. After seven years of a table. Tamara Maori Housley will not be back for an eighth the forty two year old mom to made the announcement on instagram. And she just she receives a lot of love. She started on the show she had her signed. She opened She talked about having her second baby. She talked about her marital personal trial and tribulation. When the first show aired in two thousand thirteen. Seems. She's ready for the next chapter. It's unclear if there's a particular reason for her departure, other than simply wanting to move on. And everybody was giving her farewell online, wishing her luck. I do. She did. She was doing like some stuff on this side on her instagram, mom. Her husband owns a winery. They have a youtube channel with her. Husband called the House Li life and I think at sometimes she does. What? She she does like a cooking show like at home. Sometimes yeah. Explore a little bit of. As we all know. Amanda steals was on first then and as well Amanda Seals as she's not coming back for the next season so. Pretty interesting. A lot of people are falling off on their real anyway. I Dunno based scrap metal too much going on too much. Too many people leaving show this show, too. Real is horrible that way. 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I might quarantine myself a Caribbean. The Caribbean, whatever it doesn't matter I'm American. I'm not from Haiti some or turn Allendale. Plumbing at all. Along. Daddy came here you so you're used about. Wait hold on everybody. The thanks corrective MY GRANDMA CJ WE'RE GONNA. Go Quick Sports, what? Bob You're. Here. Come on! Everybody your show your show Barbasol lush. You got to do one story and. Bobby even though you shouldn't ray now like he's still really I think it's the eyelashes that they need to take. In. As much as I laugh is triggered a whole. Semi she was all right. She put them our lessons on. Everything was going to days later. She can't stop the. Shine. As he is a whole that. Has Nothing to do. But. I'm is be Jessica and let me tell you something right now. It's not sexy for doing. Right now orbit you Incheon, all over the place, nine sexy which is. 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The latest in lavish spending spree by the Super, Bowl champion that could continue to lock up the core pieces in the as training camp approaches. he already had a ten year record deal so That was sixty million dollars so this here for your extension. You know, increase his revenue. You know a few beds you know so we. A wait. World City. What's Jamie calibrate the salaries with football. Not No one could come to the games to watch them play. It must be making so much money over there. Every and I'm not mad. Get you coins, young men. All the money you can. Play with? He got forty five million dollars a year, two five hundred billion dollars, and they just announced that nobody could go to the game. They're to play football, but nobody's in the stadium. They, make all the coins of. Day For me put this Cox. No pause the audible and myself was going to the San Francisco Forty niners. New York jet game meadowlands. That's not going to happen. So he's players, these teams sunny whatever will put these football teams? We silently flavors like I say he. Getting all this. Whole thing is this let's. Go out to the popcorn news. The dog guys the in the tendons. The people who work at the Stadio the janitors and city you don't even have. Compassion or sympathy for the do that puts the Lai ends out on the football field only got crew not been working no more. Older guys do that. They're on unemployment there all right. Get another job doing that. I'm sure there's plenty of places to be a parking and. They could hey if you was selling hot dogs at the stadium. Maybe you should shouldn't the money and and West and a hotdog cart do. It. Change your mind is thinking. Maybe we'll. Sydney is horrible because I'm looking at the peanut. Peanuts peanuts pop uncle. copay. Cold Beer Guide. What about a cold beer indigo? Peanuts. The. Spy. So without that Damn Stadium. I will all right well. Listen. I, like I said. Football is number one for me, if I got to sit down and watch it without no folks in the stadium and bombing that leads to the next situation if nobody's GONNA leave. Check this out. They play football in the stadium with nobody in the stadium right. Will they have sound effects when you score touchdown GonNa have to because like you can't. Mess with the play psyche. Like. Denise my share on one. You know they need it. So little. Sports. They're going to have. Dental cheering act like. I'm sure they got a sound effects guy. It. What about the opponents do they have the booming at sound? Like they need to put all this needs to be taught about right. Got Anything. We not I might leave. On Friday. See everybody show more because. Everybody show Bobby Collosal. Love today, t is done. We're going. We've got another half an hour. We'll be right back. Sydney with. Front page news. We get night. y'All! Not Solve with you a little bit. Make sure you put your was in there. 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Birth never been to a baseball. Have I actually. Now! have been to a baseball game minorly majorly nothing. I don't like baseball is so boring and I don't have no idea what's going on. I have been to a basketball game. It was. The sixers braces the nick. So. So first of all put until the news of welcome Becker we a some hours sitting. I go things. We honestly that's why I love working with everyday very honest like me, thank you. Sending you never? You? You and thirty three years. You never been to a baseball game. Stop saying like that. There's plenty of people who have in baseball games one and put. He's never been so baseball game putting them chat. Cine. No organized baseball game at all. Now and I used to live in the Bronx. Isn't that crazy and you only right there? And you went to one. Of Basketball Game. Yeah. The sixers versus the Knicks. In was associated. This was had to be circa nineteen. Now probably like two thousand. So city you only been to one nine, two thousand. How old was I? Don't know you bought a four years ago so? You've never been to one organize of baseball basketball football, just one in your life. Never been football game either well, except like high school and I've been to a college game. That counts that counts. Just very disappointing that you put it up on a chapman. Put a number one in chat will. If. You've never been to any. Maybe I'll see if I can't go to on all. They're not doing them now. Then not there's no house I can't even. Say CONC-, one this year. Maybe they care. So city, would you hopefully next year as Roma's as women in the you need elise, even though you're not into the court needed. Just go. Sign is in Little League. Does that count? No, that doesn't count any. You need to go to organize a sporting event. Of A paid event. And just experienced Shame of you that you only have haven't been so based. Wargames nineteen ninety nine. and. Ask about. Never been to a baseball game. You only went to one basketball game in nineteen, ninety nine. To Chat. If you've never been to a baseball game, basketball game, football game or Sitting who dog is at working? The neighbors. You can hear that. Yeah he's. He's feisty when he's upset about some, and you hear that little bug that's. Really need. What are those like? CICADAS like what makes those noises like? You hear all that. Yucky hero. But anyway. So city. This is this confirming? Very bizarre. Okay, so we'll, we'll do right now. We're going to some front page news, and then we'll get out here to the eating in. India cancer. Nashi got the Frank. Fact Shaw! She's not the Rack Yo. As? Governor in quantum and we can't. Do Naga the from. Big Moves y'all y'all y'all y'all. Know? Is Some news right now that you know what's going on. As the right now. Some Breaking News Ruth Baiter Ginsburg. Has Been Hospitalized. Four an infection. Everybody is wishing her. We don't know what the what the. WHAT THE ISSUE IS! But they just said it's an infection I. Hope it's not corona virus you if you don't know, Baiter Ginsburg is one. She's known online as our BG. And she is one of the. I? What did she sean one of the most long standing on the? On the Supreme Court? She was admitted to the Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Maryland. For a possible infection, she was initially evaluated at Sibley, Memorial Hospital, last night, after experiencing fever and chills, she underwent an endoscopic procedure. To clean out a bile duct stent that was placed in last August. She's resting comfortably and we'll stay in the hospital for a few days to receive IV treatments. She does have a lengthy history of medical issues while serving on the High Court. However, she's recovered from all of them really well. GINSBURG. She's eighty seven and she missed oral arguments for the first time in January while covering from surgery after to cancer nachos or removed from her left lung. She's still participated in the cases by reading transcripts and the liberal justice had already received treatment in November for three waves. She fractured during fall in her. August two, thousand nineteen, she was treated for pancreatic cancer. This is a woman. Died about five times. Still still come to work every single day. WHOA Listen again roof were. Ruth Bader GINSBURG. She's known online as an Torius RPG. Notorious R. G. down. Eighty four thousand fifteen years old. You are pioneering women in the league with. Your Supreme, court, just. God bless you grist. Little time is of banks you. Hate her. If something happens to her, you know trump. Conservative judge in there. She asked to on Whoa. Trump is out. We're okay. I'll give you that the even the women's have to have. A five time she could dial one more time and she's still be. Supreme Court Justice Stadium in November and get out of there, okay? 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Sweet Alabama Yo ass Outta here England to retirement. You're done. You're. You're foolish you a fool. In Maine Democrats chose State House. Speaker Sarah Gideon to try to unseat Republican Senator Susan Collins in November, so we'll see how that goes. All these all these Republicans added the out of there. You're absolutely right. Let's get. To. Cable News, things get. These, Republicans out of the. He? Came here me. You know. Hospitals now have to send their data on corona virus patients to the trump administration instead of the CDC Joe. This is getting ridiculous. So hospitals now are GonNa. Set wire hospitals. Data to the trump administration. They can't. Keep. Can't even keep a position filled in that place and now. We're we're the doctor and there's A. Thou- body, so so so so who's looking over these hospital data? As the one dance. Corona virus. Going on in this country. Michael Caputo of the Department of Health and Human Services confirmed the chain saying the CDs. For Gathering, hospital data is inadequate and the N.. Y. IS INADEQUATE because you're not giving them any funding. And, the administration implement a new faster and complete data so. That the CDC will participate in, but no longer control. President trump and CDC officials have been criticizing each other for months over over the coronavirus response. Four former senior directors blasted the administration's efforts to disregard and politicized guidelines from the agency and said the president is trying to undermine the CDC's attempt to address the crisis. Right now they're saying one hundred and sixty thousand Americans are GONNA die by the end of August. I really know it's into. The trump administration. This is actually like it's like rob. Parole. How! What does what? Information. Host goal to the CDC. You want to go to the White House. Let her from the hospital. So how many people are infected? How many people have died all? That is going to the White House for way. And that's why people blaming the president because. All the first of all like I said we had a pandemic a global pandemic union in the White House. That's supposed to check for things like this, you you. Close that you said no closure canceled y'all, and then he's talking EDC because they were telling us to quarantine. Wear masks you. You started saying that they're the problems. And now. For your whole administration has been getting sick and nobody's been wearing masks now holding rallies now of and now you want to take over the data from the nation's hospitals to do. This disgusting Y'all better, keep your your cable in September because these people have no idea what they're doing. Again the CJ the trump administration is making a mockery out of be a whole lot of you WanNa delay. They're making a mockery of be. Cocoa virus the cocoa. Cocoa Virus Ain't nothing to mess with. Coco coming it's. Not, only that Go trump administration has thrown in the towel on. They can't control this no more. They did a horrible job. Please vote Democrat and twenty twenty will. Yes, I have a couple of weird news stories. This one has been circulating. If you've heard about, are you familiar with way four Sean? Supomoro? It's an online. It's an online. Furniture and other things it's pretty. It's A. Place because they sell? You don't pretty good furniture. I would say it's kind of like Kia type thing. Online they have really affordable pieces. Things like it's a big online for shopping furniture store I think they saw few other things, too. It's mostly furniture. How ever they come under fire recently via twitter, because users believe that they are partaking in a worldwide pedophilia sex traffic among wealthy users, the conspiracy I surface ready after a user posted an image of a utility collection which showed extremely overpriced cabinet. The storage cabinets each have when he what appears to be female names. They're called. Narodnaya your. Via and Samaya. With prices ranging from twelve, thousand, six, hundred ninety nine dollars to fourteen, thousand, four, hundred ninety nine dollars. And somebody is possible. WAYFAIR is involved in human trafficking with their W. F., x. you Elliott collection or are these just extremely overpriced cabinet. So, this is like what? A picture. Of, like how would look online? and. It was a little bit disturbing somebody. Some people started putting the names of the cabinets actual missing people. and. This is this any? What are you talking about? This is what was in the news with wayfair so. So. This. And all these conspiracy theories that were happening them them online. They put out a statement. They said there is of course no truth to claims. The products in question are industrial grade cabinet that are accurately price recognizing that the photos and descriptions provided by the supplier did not adequately explain why a high price point we have temporarily removed the products from the site to rename them and to provide a more indepth description and quote. That accurately depict the product to clarify price point. So, people are waiting to see. If There is going to return. Cabinets with the weird names prices. Would you buy a utility cabinet for thirteen thousand dollars? No no I wouldn't buy utility cabin for the I'll go on facebook. Marketplace is something for about ten dollars. And do you think the validity claim? To weightlifter. I don't believe in the conspiracy theories. You already know that, but this one I could go for a little bit. But this. Year. There are there's. spiracy theories about. Pedophilia and people coming out about it and different organizations that supported so keep an eye out. It's very weird. melania trump. In Slovenia has be has been removed after it was on five. As. The United States celebrated. You know just had the. Fourth of July holiday past the van. Firstly? was being burned out near her hometown in Slovenia. The vandalism comes after president. Trump vowed to punish those who destroy US monuments by threatening a ten year prison term. Brad down the Berlin based American artist. Commission the sculpture. He said he wanted to know why someone would vandalize that way. He hoped a life sized sculpture. Malania would spark conversation about political issues in the United States. Artist filed the police report and is shooting to interview the people who burned the wooden sculpture for film he is working on. This was the. Picture of the statue. Email. This statue? This was an after. It was burned right? Is this a casualty of war. Of guilty. By Association. Let me. Tell you something and there's A. There's a donald trump of statues at the university that bottling, but if there's one out there, that's getting burned to Malaysia. McCain was. Malania, she's the worst first lady Not only do. We have the worst president. We have the worst first lady as well so yes I have all burning offer statues that we don't. We don't even want her around. Right. So you know sorry. Sorry for that I'm sure she. Also! This is Elvis Veniamin so you would think. Right, that's how hometown that's like that's like. That's like folks burning a statue of me and my beloved X. Borough so they. They just and I don't have a statue and they. That's the total disrespect to her this woman. is recorded for all time. She's never ever spoken to the black or Latino community now one time in. Four years now what? Has she reached out to the Black Latino community. This woman has no kind. The first lady to have a special agenda for being like first lady. She has no agenda that we know of. This woman has new. 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Krakin Krakoa #53: How Zeb Wells New Mutants Leads to 2020 Inferno 2.0

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Krakin Krakoa #53: How Zeb Wells New Mutants Leads to 2020 Inferno 2.0

"Several on the two thousand nine two thousand eleven volumes definitely underrated gem bringing. Xavier school students of the one thousand nine hundred Chris Claremont X. Men into the twenty tens as fully formed young adults graduating to men status through connections to X. Men History and Lore Wells and company weaving developments for Legion inferno in the realm of limbo all concepts and characters that have plenty of resonance in the X men. Comics of twenty twenty. Today will answer what makes Wells Ronan new mutants special. How do the comics time to the Dawn evac especially the wells written Hellenes? How the conclusion of the run ties into a wild theory have about the threat of a coming demonic cosmic hell welcomed cracking Krecko and number fifty. Three's ebb wills new mutants and a whole Weird Demon Alliance theory that I've got going on. I'm debuting editor-in-chief of Comic Book Herald Dot Com if you like. Cbs Youtube Channel or podcast pleaseconsider lighting subscribing and sharing links to channels and pay transport are included in the show notes. You can find full xmatchcom agreeing on compuserve DOT COM as well. Spoilers for discuss comics may follow covering issues number one to eleven and thirteen to twenty one with a gamut of artists including Leonard. Kirk Paul Davidson. It's an excellent Adam. Q-bert covers two thousand nine new mutants launches at the tail. End of Marvel's dark reign in the ECM end. Utopia era tying into Croatia and second coming throughout the run importantly new moons by wells returns to the classic roster established during the Clermont. Lewis Brinson Vilson. Kevin Bob McLeod in Art Adams heydays among many other talented creators the players are cannonball sunspot Mirage Karma wolfing magic warlock and Cypher. Overall Wells. Run is about the team growing up. Finally making the true transition from new moons to X. Men for my money it's not quite as strong as the might carry X. men run I just covered on the last episode crack Creko. But it's well worth the read especially if you're familiar with the original volume of new mutants and the nineteen eighty-nine inferno event crossover likewise given walls continued interest in inferno air threads in the Donna. Vexes Hellenes number one? It's fun to connect the dots. The Ron opens with an engrossing return of Legion story. Although even here it's important to note seeds or building to the fall and rise in the new mutants the ARC that will conclude the run. Legion REEMERGES WITH SEAN. Trapped in his mind with rampaging personalities who don't want the new fixtures to bottle them up again the USA Legions Jack Wayne Personality. The grafter bag man's man in his fixation on Warlock Doug Rain and Danny is a nice callback Clermont and cabbages debut of Legion in Nubians number. Twenty six to twenty eight essentially the number of personalities vying for dominance David haller psyche has now increased lesion fold it development that would continue in the pages of x men legacy under both the pens of Mike Carey INCI spurrier nonetheless. The season immunes do find a way to defeat the Omega level. Legion bobby is all too happy. Announce to rope repeatedly in the hopes of impressing her with Ileana Recipe in Seoul sword dealing decapitating desecration to David. Haulers mind and the team ultimately subduing him enough to bring him back to you topa. It's a little detail with surprising. Significance in the Tanovic's but I'll also note that the doll in Legion's mind that allows personalities access to the real world is named Moyer legions connection to more ex will of course resurface in the upcoming age of x Crossover as discussed in the recent Mike Carry X. Men dive and I continue to think of we'll be meaningful in the Greco X. men again at this point if I met someone named Maura in real life. I'd assume they knew what was to come in. The VEX and restraining orders would assuredly follow problem. Come working on it. Although the core cast all mostly get their time in the sun warlock is probably the most underserved alongside will Spain. But isn't that always the case? While centers is run on Ileana Respondent Sam Sam Guthrie and perhaps surprisingly a de powered via decimation. Danny moonstone barrage is cool as hell throughout this run toughest nails and chomping at the bit for action among her teammates even without her mutant abilities of course her lack of mutant powers leads her to turn. Hella yes hello to restore version of her VALKYRIE. Abilities leading to a really great seats. Tien written by Karen. Gillan were Danny is the Valkyrie of death. In addition to just being a good comic Nubians number eleven has some nice exerts ten of sorts tined potential with Danny wielding imagine death outwardly blade. If for no other reason I hope Danny has a major role so I can utter the phrase Valkyrie Blade again and again and no Hella residing Las Vegas Club. Inferno did not escaped my notice. Much like x men legacy walls own vision for new mutants is notably interrupted during second coming when the title simply foam functions as the next chapter in that. Quite good mkx crossover. Well Wells has an easier time making the Decrochette tie-ins his own employing. Some truly exciting interpretations of the resurrected. Doug Ramsey's power set sisters Doug's ability to interpret body. Language reveal his former teammates. True meaning in conversation Professor Rex or he's developing bowel as he learns the language Violence Crochet Ford's wells. The opportunity to write a resurrected original. Helen's lineup small bit of Trivia as well as in SEGOVIA DONNA VEX Hellenes launches. They're essentially just SELENA PAWNS TRYING TO RETURN. Doug Ramsey to their master but nonetheless Helen's they be a final observation before the real meat of the story there's a standalone issue in between crossovers in tie-ins. Nubians number ten in which Scott Summers reveals to Emma Frost that he seeking the next mutant leader. It's a very good single issue with the assumption that Sam Guthrie and all his ex force training makes the right next leader clearly inverted wind Danny Moon Star and Sean clearly lead the team's victory instead. Here's the question this even relevant in the Creko era do people still and die or do they resurrect in younger bodies. Just training next generation matter when everyone can just be resurrected into the body of their choice Henry pause to consider this before since the ongoing concerns the unnatural end of mutant lives on Koa. But I really don't know the answer. The primary evidence I've seen so far would be wolverine aging throughout Moir's lifelines empowers ten but those are situations worker co has been decimated and again. We don't actually know. The resurrection protocols were even place in those lifelines although there are multiple stages to wells run on new mutants the big picture stories building to a tiny weiming inferno reckoning right from the very first issue. Ileana Rasputin comes to the new mutants from a future. Having witnessed the death of the team remaining scant on the details until the full fledged army from limbo in their allied inferno babies. Come to Earth to unleash. Well Hell on Earth Emma. Frost is likely the most skeptical of Ileana Central Unit Success as she tells Scott the rest of the X. Men of too overwhelmed with guilt over losing Ileana to Blasco years ago in allowing her to become the dark child. Absent of Ileana is childlike soul. There's a lot of mystery and questionable motivations with this Ileana infor generally fair reasons. I'm actually publishing imagine reading COMP. Carol this week the week the video will be released that I'd recommend for those devoted readers but her road to two thousand nine. Th New moons include stints in new x men the Post Morrison years and ex furnace where? She's very much at odds with the x men particularly pixie and her allegiance limbo. Where she's the on again off again. Demonic overlord is very much concern to the likes of Emma Frost. The dark child presence the influence of Windows one time demon ruler Blasco and the corruption of Ileana. Soul is very much present in this pirated copy of magic as warlock puts it on a simple level to magic power set is immense ruling realms of demons wielding the magical sword and traveling back through time and space to confront the impending attack on the new mutants. If you're mutant and Ileana doesn't scare you probably should likewise. She's an incredible meeting kind. Far from a perfect example but mutants did establish safe haven in limbo through. Ileana on in the post secret. Wars pre house affects. Here's what Eliana fails to mention at least initially is that the United States military has inhabited limbo and is both seeking Leon. Violent ends any means to get justice for their time trapped in limbo. We'll touch on this more shortly but this version of limbo in the Marvel universe. Yes there's more than one does not adhere to rule of time and space as result years in limbo could mean only soared as back on earth. So we'll learn. These soldiers have been stranded in this house. Cape for years while a more limited time passed on earth intriguingly a desire to send military into limbo to better understand it and weapons applications that they may use comes out of the week of the inferno event with governmental awareness. That mutant kind in some capacity set off the events that opened a portal to hell right in the middle of Times Square. The wild is continuity connection and the way wells fully integrates his run with an event that happened twenty years prior in publication years. At least there's no the previous section of comics that make it sound like it's four years of marvel time which is wild the evolution of the inferno babies which as see or the reason the US military's in limbo in the first place. I'm not going to do a full info deep dive yet when the marvel this year reading club gets there in one thousand nine hundred nine. All bets are off. But here's the completely off the chain background. Thirteen mutant babies were kidnapped and used by the Demon Nassar to keep open a portal between limbaugh an earth. The details are even wilder. Like fact that there's thirteen because the baby's formed points of an inverted Pentagram but at the end of the day. These babies were rescued by the new mutants and ultimately turn over to the US. Government FOR SAFEKEEPING TURNS OUT SAFE-KEEPING also meant experimenting on and turning the babies into the government's own weapons. It's a horrendous fate for these aggressively mistreated children but certainly goes a long way to explaining their own collective czar for revenge on well just about anything but especially the meetings you put them in a situation realistically had the New Orleans own nanny and orphan maker actually obtain the children back in the pages of x factor. Which that we're trying to do. The inferno babies would have had a better upbringing. Considering Wells also wrote the amazing spider man story shed in which the Lizard his own son. Few Marvel lay claim to his crown for most uncomfortably. Violent moments that happened to kids and otherwise quite good comics award. Congratulations Zab left to die. The military's ultimate goals effectively revenge and domination of the demon hordes of limbaugh. Can't she that through any other means? The plan is to release the elder gods using the blood stone ambulance. This goes as badly for generally ulysses as you'd expect. He has no control over the unleashed elder gods into apart but nonetheless the extra dimensional beings are released m make way for earth and then immunes- are unable to stop them now. The elder gods motivation is a nice callback where magic's journey started following uncanny x men number one hundred sixty four issue limited miniseries magic from nineteen eighty three to nineteen eighty-four. Velasco's ultimate goal and corrupting. Ileana is to set these forces. Free and set them upon earth he creates the Beatrix medallion or the stone amulet to so with the intent that Ileana would function as the gate through which the elder gods would enter the universe in Magic Ileana creates for sole sort and defeats. Balasko before he can succeed but releasing the elder gods has remained a threat ever since something that was also explored in X. Furnace and that I'm going to continue to explore here in this very episode of cracking curricula. What does it mean to have these extra mental extra dimensional beings that are a constant threat to be unleashed on meeting kind? This will of course play a major role in the fall and rise of immunes in take two billion his last stand with the x men against God. She's able to turn the tide. When Sean finds the Real Legion locked away inside? David haulers mine and is reality. Altering power set is utilized against the monstrous beings. This is a fairly incredible job by wells and company of unexpected unexpectedly connecting nearly every beat from the twenty one issues of new mutants into one satisfying conclusion. As Ileana tells the gods today. You understand. We're not human. We are superior wiping out the other. Gods v Allegiance reality. Warping abilities warlock refers to it as hacking reality has a finality to it for the purposes. The run but given legions unpredictability and the presence of extra dimensional beings. That we don't know a lot about I'm not so convinced. They're gone for good at same time. I've been noticing a recurring presence of lovecraft into Tulu horror at the edges of x men comics and beginning to believe that the impending Inferno two point Oh will feature coalescence of extra dimensional entities that threaten mutant kind and the world. Now consider for a moment. That infernal already unleash the demonic realm of limbo to Earth repeating. The same threat feels tired and thirty plus years behind the Times. It would make more sense to me. That the demon hordes would this time gather in an extra dimensional location and combine forces to conquer the inhabited planet. They've long-sought it's an idea not dissimilar from the masters of evil or Brian Michael Bonuses Council of cosmic powers from the pages of guardians of the galaxy but applied to all manner of Kaija Jew wandering nightmares. That we know exists in the MORAL UNIVERSE. Who are these extra dimensional forces? Well let's flip through a few options the many angled ones from the cosmic cancer verse theorized in my cracking Krecko about Vulcan that these beings are still very much in play in the life of the third summers brother. He may well be an agent of their. If my theory pans out and last I checked they were being held bay in the negative zone by a four the moment heroic century that happened. I believe in the event. Oh the annihilation sequel moral did in December two thousand nineteen the second the monsters are nowhere in my carries x men legacy and plates house in literal nowhere is enabled by these warm like beings even the soul sucking employee fears and he is seemingly trap by at least in the pages of legacy we also have more than wizard of the V. Cosmos taking a page out of Al Ewing's new vendors. Morton would be an excellent edition. Tying increase scrawls in various cosmic implications. Plus he's a wizard and he looks like a giant space octopus with Pentagram in between his is. That's an amazing design. And finally for the time being the forces of Schumacher Roth in the pages of over in First Class. It's revealed the magnitude island. M adorned with sweet octopus statues. Far as the eye can see was actually a prison for Qua- goth creation of shoe McGrath. Who REBELLED AGAINST HIS MASTER? Marvel's greatest of the old ones astonishingly goth most recently reemerged in the pages of the unbeatable squirrel girl. I believe issue number seven of the second volume for those clog off heads out there almost commonly in enemy a doctor strange and believe it or not. Kunwar Burien Shimon growth is really on the edges of the slice of marble history and the most likely face of the demon alliance that could launch inferno two point. Oh I could have this wrong because I let my certification and demonic history slip this year but I also believe she McGrath agree. Old One is one of the many angled ones. I think these things are one in the same or at least very similar on a cosmic scale. There are two aspects of McGrath's history. The blow my mind with connection statements. Men The first is that the dark entity was brought to Earth by doctor. Strange under the influence of the black order's Emma during Hickman's two thousand thirteen infinity event. He bags about drinking bad milk. Which is actually either the best or the worst. Mc Boast. I can't totally decide. The second is way flipping weirder Cullin. Goth is a source of from Conan the Barbarians High Borey in age at one time holding the title source Rasul Premium and seeking the power of Shoe Roth. Well Gas was transported transported to present day marvel via mystical means in the pages of UNCANNY X men round hundred eighty eight to issue on her ninety one which also happen to coincide with the debut of Nimrod in x men comics. Gaffe more or less murderer is is all morals finest heroes before doctor strange magic combined forces to create a diversion timeline in which? Nimrod threatens the X. Men Yet again that's kind of a byproduct so what if there's a time line out? There were gaffe ascended and ushered in an era of worship for. Schumer garage anytime you're talking about divergent timelines messing with time stream and the fact that we have magic doing this in conjunction with doctor. Strange there are all sorts of wild connections here. That could be played with also have to give a shout here talking doctor strange and magic checkout. What if magic became sorcerer supreme by Les Williams on Marvel Unlimited Good Issue Divisions mirer puts in? Magny does head during House and powers of ten also suggests impossible textual evidence of this demonic threat with the bottom right image showing Neto verse. An unnamed monstrous vicious. My read on this is still some sort of maneuvers. Perko battle. I think that looks like curricula it to me but it could easily be one of the extra dimensional beings as well. What if this sort of battle in front of two point zero has happened before which brings us to a rocco and the first horseman of apocalypse throughout much of the discussion of Iraq odors felt like a realm akin to limbo? Which always left me the question. Why Apocalypse is going to such lengths to reach. It couldn't just DM Ileana for right. But if the extra dimensional forces. That apocalypse once stood in the gap defeat held at bay in a realm beyond limo a law. The elder gods. It would make more sense why. He's so interested in magic in the pages of Excalibur as he means to access that place. Likewise there's also the question from Cable Number One. About where old man capable of trapped is it simply limbo or is it the same realm of extra dimensional beings in summers. I'm also really curious. What events led cable to rooting out? Legions of demons on earth. Is this something we've seen before in history unless it's just him time traveling back to the original inferno but that seems to obvious and complicated or is this new revelation altogether either way his suspicion that the demons are attempting to replicate the old spell the caused to nearly burn in an inferno of Hellfire. If it's my theory so couple of questions I have coming out all this. Rereading the new moons run by Ed Wells and and theorizing here on this insane through horror theory. Where are the inferno mutant babies now they seemingly die I think most of them at the end of the new mutants run but we live in an era of curricula and resurrection per calls the infernal mutant. Babies could be brought back. If it's going to happen a ten out of ten times. I think it happens in. Helens ran buys help wells. I'll be surprised if we don't see them again. Plus there's an open question now about if this comes to fruition where to supernatural forces fit in the hierarchy the X men's mutant verse man. I machine struggle right. It's a three way struggle. What happens when you add this fourth element of magic and the supernatural our next time? What would you like to see covered? I the following topics queued up for coverage the indie titles. Jonathan Hickman the curious case of X. Men nate grey and six months later. What happened between UNCANNY X men Ajax and House of ex? 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#1 Metric or KPI to Track in Your Business in 2019 - Dave Woodward - FHR #304

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18:40 min | 2 years ago

#1 Metric or KPI to Track in Your Business in 2019 - Dave Woodward - FHR #304

"Welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast, where we go behind the scenes and uncovered the tactics and strategies top entrepreneurs are using to make more sales dominate their markets and how you can get those same results. Here's your host date. Woodward hunker so excited to have you back with me today. This is a kind of a fun little podcast coming down to the end of the year. And it's been fascinating to me as I hear about talking about New Year's resolutions. And things are folks on and were looking at things in review one things. I absolutely love. Doing is listening to podcasts. Obviously is a podcast host. I spend a lot of time listen to other people's podcast to and from a business perspective on the main ones. I listened to obviously, first and foremost is Russell's marketing secrets if you're not listen that one ad that your list in addition to that I really like Andrew Warner's Mickey and Nathan latte Kaz top. Both these focus more on business side and SAS metrics. And and all the things that. That being part of click on a super important, and then from a personal standpoint, I really love rise together with Rachel Dave Haller. So those are some of the main ones I listen to and then there's a host of others that I hit miss quite a bit. But is interesting as I was listening to Nathan lacquer and Andrew Warner this morning kind of binging on quite a few the different things they were talking about as we're coming down to into the year. Nathan spends a lot of time just talking about numbers and metrics and everything else in Andrews. If you were there with us in salt lakes and Provo Utah. We had him. They're interviewing Russell, it was fascinating to I love his interview style. The crazy thing about Andrew is. I've never known anyone who's truly. I mean, just. Genuinely interested in other people as much as Andrew is. This is a guy who goes out of his way. It was fascinated. I was sitting there at the at the event, I'm usually trying to make sure that any of the speakers, our guest or rustling wells that they they're able to kind of get into state. They need to before they actually go on stage. And so like with J P, I made sure he was kind of sequestered away and saying with Russell, but Andrew he literally loved meeting and greeting everybody and asking them a ton of questions about them their business. Why they were there. What was interesting to them. And as I was reflecting on that. And then listening to lot to Nathan lack of his whole thing on the opposite. He is he drills people for numbers. I mean, he is a metrics guy. And you better know, what this is all SAS talk, better know, what you're CAC as far as your cost acquire customer. What is your LTV your lifetime value? What's your Arp, what your revenue per user? And he'd literally just goes through it all just drills guys and men and women whoever on his show really trying to find out. Exactly, what are the metrics that business? What are they doing to make things change and increase top line revenue as well? As obviously increasing bottom line revenue. You know, what your age is goes crazy on this type of things and they're always typically fifteen twenty minutes pretty close to twenty minutes. And it's just I felt sorry for this guy. He was interviewing today because he was relentless and would not let up on this guy. But the thing I found fascinating is. I was as I sat there and started thinking of what are the metrics as you go into the new year? What are the metrics that you need to focus on as a business owner? What's the number one thing that you really need to pay attention to it are the because we always talk about KPI's or or different. What's the number one? If you could only choose one number to focus on what's that one number going to be? And it's been fascinating recently. I've had the opportunity we're looking at a Russell speaking of grand card owns ten x growth con number three this year. We've spoken at the last two and looking at possibly rolling out a new product for it or just kind of twin around with it. And then literally two weeks after that we go right into funnel hacking live, and if you've ever listened to Russell's content one of these you've heard him talk a ton about the importance of practicing your content very similar to. That of a comedian. He used the analogy that dean Grassi also spoke about his little man's retreat. Where comedian basically goes on stage, and they practiced their jokes, and they find out which ones work, and which ones bomb, and and then they go back and tweak and test. And and so Russell does the exact same thing when it comes to stories, and he's always testing and trying different stories, but it was really kind of interesting thing when we came in the office. He's in the process right now of rewriting dotcom secrets expert secrets traffic secrets is going to be released in September two thousand nineteen and we've been talking a lot about different things to what would you do different? As you take a look back and could rewrite dotcom secrets or rewrite expert secrets are the logical steps that you would go back and put in are the things that how would you change it? What would you do different? And then same type of thing when we start taking a look at stories, and and presenting things what are some of the main things that we need to make sure any our listeners get get right away. And it was fascinating. We've been talking. You've got off the phone yesterday with grand Cardona, we're it was a fifteen minute little preview. Call and Kim my office. It was fascinating. We sat there and talked about. One of the things Russell is. Just amazing that is he sends his body language. Extremely well. I mean, he just he has this like this tuning fork. It's kind of like tuning four key has literally he will he can feel energy through a screen. And it's always fascinating for me. Is I watch him. And I sit there, and I I just kind of see what he's what are the QC's picking up on and say, you know, David one of the things for me that was so intriguing was you'll grant listen to all these things and we've got a good relationship grant, we talk and talk and talk but grant as well as his listeners what they really picked up on was when I started telling a story about Jamie cross. And now Jimmy crosses a member of our inner circle are to common club award winners. She's got an amazing company called MiG soap if you don't. She's I mean, just all natural soaps, absolutely love or soaps. It was fascinating. He started telling the story about her. That's when people really. It just changed. You can feel the energy on the call change. And. We've been just sitting there thinking just different things that what really matters. And we ended up giving away a Christmas gift to all of our employees. They were sweats custom click model sweats and on the back of it, basically says what we do matters. In. We're actually we were also I'm sorry, I'm rambling here. I'm trying to bring all this all this together for you. We had a partner meeting two weeks ago and part of meeting the one we're trying to kind of come up with more of a purpose of vision in something that actually would state what we do and liberate educate is are some of the things that we've really focused a ton on as far as the. Liberate with operation underground, railroad and educate with village impact. And so we've been trying to think different things we could do that would have that kind of an impact on other people as far as entrepreneurs. And what I've been fascinated to pay attention to as far as if you really look at the number one metric that matters, the very very most in your business and for us. It's our customer success. And I don't mean isn't a trite way or just like, oh, yeah. I wanna make sure our customers assessable, I truly mean when we take a look at what matters the very very most. In the successive. Click funnels, it is making sure that our customers actually have success on the platform in their business, and with the content that we're we're using the reason I mentioned this is I was listening to to Nathan's in everyone's podcast. And we start talking about all these different measurements. As far as how do you choir customer draft revenue for customer and all that kinda stuff and for us. What I've realized is it's not even as it's our customer success. But more important that it's our customers customer success now, it's really hard for us to track our customers customer success. But it's easier for us to look at actually tracking our customer success and associating that with the fact that if they're having success that their customers must be as well. And as I take a look at going into two thousand nineteen we've just crossed through seventy thousand customers in as impressive as that number is that number means very little unless they're actually successful, Nathan talks about churn from sass or membership platform. You know, it's most never ships typically churn out about every three to four months that's about as long as it lasts software is much more different than that, you can get anywhere from two to three times that and sometimes four times that and the interesting things I pay attention to to where we're looking for two thousand nineteen the number one metric that I want to track more than anything else is success of our customers. The reason I mentioned that is I've seen as you. I interviewed a lot Russell gets interviewed a lot most of our partners do as well. The one thing that people. Want to hear most about tired of hearing about? Oh, yeah. We did a hundred million. We did seventy thousand. That's all great. But that doesn't matter what they want is. They want to know what does this? Tell us more about the people using your platform. What does this success that they're getting tells their stories, and that's going to be honest. My number one metric I'm going to be look at it for two thousand nineteen is what is the success of our customers. What are they actually doing? What what has clicked funnels done for them? That's been allowed provided them a to all its ones and zeros. It software cook funnels by itself, isn't what's impressive. What's impressive is what our customers do with that platform. And so I'd encourage you take a look at two thousand nineteen in the metrics. You might be measuring the success of your customers. Truly is the most important metric to measure for us. If our customers aren't having success who cares about the platform. It's why we're taking a look at at possibly adding on boarding team. So when people come into a free trial. They actually get on. We're looking at adding. The opportunity of migration where for persons with somebody else. How do we help them get over to quickenloans where they can then use that to have greater success with their customers? When I person- leaving click on us. I to know why what happened. What did we do wrong? What is the what is it? It's it's rarely ever dollars and sense. It's there's more emotion associated with that. And I would really encourage you to start talking to your customers. Find out. Why are they leaving? Why are they canceling? Why are they refunding? There's something wrong. Rarely ever. Is it a dollars incenting everything is based on value in? So if a person's looking for a refund. Yes, I mean, obviously, there's a couple of people you're gonna run across just are on hard times financially. And that's just the way it is for most of them is because you haven't solved that problem that they needed more than anything else. And they you had them with hope at the beginning. But as they started using your tool of your software or your your your product. Whether it's a physical product intellectual product of information product, the promises weren't fulfilled in the way that they expected so what are your customers expectations? How do you satisfy those expectations? How do you get just raving fans to where they literally become the people who start building your business because they just naturally talk about it. I was with Dhingra Yosi just a couple of weeks ago down jeans network. He's like, Dave. I'm sure I would be your number one affiliate. If you guys actually tracked it because I talk about you guys all of the time. But I just say go to quick funnels. I never actually used an affiliate link. Because because you guys have you have this ability to actually help entrepreneurs get what they really need and want in their business. And because of that I talk about it. And so as you take a look at two thousand nine nineteen for your own business. What are the things that you can do to make sure that your customers have greater success? What are the things that you can do to make sure that when they're out there talking with other business owners or with their clients or with friends that the in conversation bring your product up? For me. I've seen that happen with a ton of of our customers as they start talking about some of the success they're having and they associate a lot of it with a platform with with click funnels. The only thing I've seen is. They start talking about the books. They read and expert secrets in dotcom secrets the impact that that's had or video or a podcast. So understand the importance of your I'm as I'm talking about your customers realize it's also about the value, you're giving are you publishing on a regular basis, and is the content that you publishing are you publishing it in hopes of just getting getting likes in reviews, and hopefully just getting shared and engaged or you truly try to provide content that those who are listening can actually implement in their business and their life and improve their life. Whether it's in their business, or when their personal life, whatever it might be a lot of I've mentioned the fact I've been coaching with with jerick Robbins. I don't get paid at all for talking about jerick. But I've thoroughly enjoyed. My experiences last year in coaching with him same thing. As far as air. Cafe who is the coach I hired as far as lifting? I've never been consistent lifting as much as I have been right now. And I talked about Eric all the time. Again, these aren't people who are getting paid for anything else is just because I truly appreciate the value that they've added to my life. I look at podcast at Facebook lives again mentioned Andrew Warner. I mentioned Nathan lack I don't get paid to talk about them. But I truly want people to know these are people who are giving value to the universe. And if you're in those businesses, and you need that they're people I would follow. So I would really look at the value you're providing this year. What can you do that will cause your customers to just casually talk about your product or service being so amazing? What are the things that you're doing that is actually solving the problems that your customers reached out to you for make sure that your number one metric is your customer success? Find a way of. Racking of measuring of getting testimonials of providing value to them. The more value provide your customers to grow your business going to grow, obviously. But I wanna make sure that you're doing it in a way that you genuinely care about them. And one of those ways is to is to reach out and call and talk to those people who are leaving or who are getting refunds pick up. The phone asked him what happened? How what did I do wrong? How I'm here to help and to serve and something I'm doing obviously did not serve you. What can I do different too often? In a lot of people in the internet marketing space are afraid to pick up the phone and talk to somebody. I've loved having Ravi summer's on was been hired to as our head of sales and every single day. What happens is they get? He gets together with the sales team on our retention team. And finds out let's analyze to different people's businesses who left why did they leave? What can we do different? And then they call those two and say, you know, what we were just looking at your business and realized that this maybe this isn't working or this isn't working or how about this or. What can we do to value to you realize that the en- business? These days the hardest thing to do is to get the first dollar online. The worst thing is to burn through that dollar and to lose that trust. So do whatever it's going to take reach out to these customers. Find out talk to them make sure that you look at your own customers and see what it is that what is the hope that you're providing what is the solutions that you're out there to solve. And then make sure that you're getting those solved. We're starting to do reviews now with our customers for our one funnel away challenge. We're gonna do the exact same thing with Tacoma Cup coaching and trying to actually get reviews from them to find out. What are you like what what did you not like rate us, give us reviews? Help us. Get feedback. You spent so much time acquiring the customer. Please take the time and spend the money to find out. What does the satisfaction that? There are they thrilled with you. What can you do better? Again. I it's the number one metric I'm paying attention to this next year as we look at at for me if there was one word I could. Look at its impact. What does the impact I can have on seventy thousand customers? What's the impact that we can have on one hundred thousand customers? What's the impact that we can have on two hundred thousand customers? Yes. Obviously, there's dollars and stuff associated with that on the back end those mean absolutely nothing unless the impact is there on the front having a merry merry Christmas. Enjoy the holidays have a happy new year. I hope to see all of you who are listening to this at funnel hacking live if you haven't gotten your tickets by all means, go to phone hacking, live dot com and get your tickets not that we want you there for dollars and cents. I want you there because I want you to come up and talk to me, I want you to say, you know, Dave, this is what's working in my business. You know, what Dave this is what's not working? I would appreciate if you guys would do this. You know, I love how this is working. I enjoy that feedback. If this podcast is creating any value for you? Please reach out and let me know send me a personal message on Facebook or Email me David quick, funnels or Instagram. Let me know if it's working if it's not I also want to know that if. Dave, your podcast sucks. I don't like any of this one. Obviously if it's not working for you can listen to somebody else's. But there's things that that I'm doing wrong or things that you want more from if there's people you would like me to interview that I haven't interviewed let me know, I I truly do want to provide the greatest value to as I can I value. Anybody takes time to listen these podcast. And again, I appreciate the feedback. Enjoy the holidays can't wait to see if hack live take care know how much we appreciate you everybody. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to podcasts. 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