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03:27 min | 3 months ago

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"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

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05:28 min | 3 months ago

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"And now you see an opportunity here so it's much more focused on revolutionizing bringing new technology. All that can stuff what was what was the initial thought with the first business. Actually launching. that were you thinking about ways to revolutionize it or was it more of a i see just whatever was like your mind in for gold but i see something here and i'm going for it or do you have the same. I'm going to revolutionize no it wasn't I always. I always use technology in anything. I do so i was going to deploy technology to track. Who is using machines and things like that so we did things of that nature and then Just reporting superiorpro reporting whatever but the first business was really about. I could bring in these Companies and if i bring in ten twenty of them going to make a significant amount of money so i just saw financial opportunity so realistically was always about high level of customer service always and a high quality product. That was it. But that's really what you roll out with just a it's just different. Industries require different attack patterns. Sure that's what it really does in this one technologies all out there. All of its out there was very interesting. Is is significant technology going into boats blowing stuff but when it comes to the actual service side or building those those service models and the tools that you that are available to make it work They're not implemented properly. And so we see how to implement them. And that's what we're gonna do now again if people go. That's great the tools of that. Thanks for putting it together. But we're not going to use them that we want to stay in the wild west. Alright sure there you go so you got the risk so we just see it differently. You know it just it's just But being real about it products are great. Products are off the chart that were building right off the chart. We'll see how it goes. So the core of it right. So the core piece that you started with with the first business Was hey. I see an opportunity here. And the way that i'm going to grow. This is excellent customer service and delivering an excellent product. The it seems like the rest was kind of a a byproduct of that. And then i remember at flight. Docs that customer service and a good product and good. You know everything that we would deliver was quality so it seems like that is the primary thing that you need the tame i when doing business and growing it and as far as the operation of the business as far as the operation business look. This is what you're doing. You're not gonna on somebody's door and you say i. I like some money for service. I'm gonna provide you. Well what are you. What.

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02:59 min | 3 months ago

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"And it's totally different. You had no-one there it's basically. The wild west is no established company that manages maintenance for vessels and his a boat owner. Trying to get a boat serviced. Unless it's a small recreational boat today that's even becoming hard. It's chaos yeah. Nobody knows anything. The everybody charges double and triple for the same work. There's no way to get out in front of anything. And when we started doing our research started talking about to some of the bigger yacht and higher end boat people and they their biggest fears one and done and so one and don is. You've got somebody who could really afford to buy these boats or yachts and sometimes if millions and millions of dollars and then they go to take care of them and they write the checks and they have it but every time they step aboard. Something's broke and pay into fix the same thing twenty five times because nobody knows what they do one so so there's an opportunity. There's an opportunity there. But because the wild west we actually have to create the industry that has some maintenance tracking and like you said there was Two companies that we bought but completely different no requirements to use it and Technology shy of what it needs to be so in order for us to succeed. We have to Sort of revolutionized the industry and that's heavy lifting. Yeah we have to go in. Put out products that make sense to people plug into their Operation effectively where. It's easy and then also provide Data across the board so it makes it worthwhile so the way these services are delivered are critical if nobody buys it because our revolutionary thought sure as off will then it's the same situation nothing ventured nothing gained so it's different and just like we felt that flight docs. We could have been crushed by our competitor but we maneuver around them. This time we have to make the market this. This time we have to become the defacto company and and as you'll see you know we haven't released yet but there are many things that were going to do differently to tie the industry together which makes our product effective communication satellite communication telematics. Things like that that automate a lot of the processes that are really not out there. We're going to implement and we think it will make a big difference so you got flight. Docs and you've got You know wheelhouse in vessel vanguard the two approaches. There were revolutionized the industry. You saw an opportunity with the internet to bring the power of the internet to people in two thousand three two thousand four..

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04:41 min | 3 months ago

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"You is not okay. For the other guy will never sync up ever sync up You're having a baby. You start making money in twelve months. The other guy wants to. Hey let's put the money back in. Let's buy new equipment. Let's get a bigger studio. Let's do all those things the next thing you know you're at odds layer in the spouses and your doom. I've seen many places where because what they do is when they get frustrated they start getting angry at the partner and then the other spouse picks it up and then what was once friends now becomes contentious and now it blows apart. I've seen some very good businesses fall apart with that. So you wanna try to avoid that. The other thing is don't borrow from your or friends. You won't have them after you're done. Yeah like i said earlier. Success means that. Why don't i get more of it. I helped you now. You're forever in debt to me and failure is. You screwed me. Yeah not good. Don't do it stay away from it all right. So these are some of the pitfalls. So what did what did you look for in terms of finding a way to actually grow your company get new customers. What what were some of the first things you did in that initial business. That citibank lent you that. What did you do well. Citibank actually didn't lend the money. It was just all leases so the point of it is that no. We used financial products to get the job done but he's zone other words. You just get you know you lease through their own products and it then it all works and so there was no borrowing or helping. It was just business. And that's what you wanna go to. You don't wanna go to borrow and help bet that. Sure thing so i mean your question about what do you do to get a business off the ground. Pretty much is that A whole bunch of things but one of the key things wanna find enabling contract in that case it was citibank and how you can build your relationship with them and what happens. Is that your first. Big customer is your only customer and it's a source of all your revenue value of your company.

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03:29 min | 3 months ago

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"When i put up the numbers it was a million dollars and So you sit down and you go okay. Can you borrow against your house. Can you get some money from friends and relatives. Can you put all these things together and you quickly reject those shirts not real because if you taking it to. The end already fails now. My house is massively in debt. I have no way to pay it. I've barred from friends and family. So now there's no resources to go to plus tremendous resentment and there's two factors to borrowing from people like that if you fail and you don't pay them back it's a big problem and sometimes you know families. There's a lot of weird dynamics borrow money from people and all of a sudden you're giant success and they want to know why you just pay them back you know the money and the interest they get a piece of the company so it gets a little weird and so there you sit with the idea of like. How do i move ahead. And how do we get this done. And this was done like in a twelve hour period so this well conversation. I talked to your mother obviously about it at the time we were married and it was like all right. It's not going to work going to personal resources. I'm going to have to go back to the source. So you know when you talk about problem solving it was like hey citibank's bank. Their finance company sure put together proposal. Wrote it all up when back into the office the next day and said here's what we're gonna do. Here's the cost. Here's everything we need. By the way you have to finance all the equipment matter of fact you know. I had nothing to lose because it wasn't going to happen any other way. And they said that sounds like a plan. And that's what they did. And so you've got to figure out what you can do. What your limitations. And then when you run into that wall you don't sit back and feel sorry for yourself. You think if starting a business you really have to get into the thinking component sure and you really have to be self reliant. It's not you against the world and everybody's against you that's all nonsense garbage. You really have to to plug into thinking. When you plug into thinking and logic you can maneuver through problems if you do that and you don't make it. You can be confident and comfortable that you did everything you could do that. You knew to do the things that you learn along the way we'll be priceless. And then you move forward on the next venture or career path and you come back a better stronger person than it's not failure. It's just an article that you move. Yeah look i mean. Everybody used the word failure. You know we use it in this already here. I don't think there's any. I think failure ultimately comes when you fail to breath your last breath. There is really no failure. You go out and you do. Things you think is right working. You try to keep things Above board do the right thing. You work hard. Sometimes it doesn't work out that's an obstacle if your business fails quote unquote. That's an obstacle. How do we get around it. How do i regroup and how you do. That is the The fun in life and when you think through those problems in those situations and you succeed because ultimately you will.

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03:21 min | 3 months ago

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"All right you ready go do it all right. Let's do it. They everybody for joining us. This is china on episode six. I'm chris hi. I'm here with my dad. Recon how you doing good all right so the reason why i brought you on here is i'm starting a business about two months into it and this isn't really what i thought. It was not for better or worse. But it's just and we've talked a lot about this over the past two months before that. So you gave me a lot of good insight about starting a business and i wanted to bring you on to talk about it so sure. What do i need to know. What about people need to know. Listen as you could see. Starting a business is not what you thought it was no. It's not a job it's it becomes part of your life and there is no let up you know especially with the startup One of the first things that people need to consider when they're starting a business is can you handle failure. Can you handle if it doesn't work. Can you handle it financially and emotionally. That's the questions you have to ask so before you do anything. Forget about your ideas. Your goals your ambition if you're a great idea because they are all great ideas fail and you're in your kitchen and you just run outta gas. What do you do. can you handle that. you have to think about. Hey am i going to be completely wiped out zero dollars in the bank account. No money destitute. I don't think that's necessarily a good idea. You gotta put some reserve in and so if you can handle that if you can't handle it financially or motion -ly then you've got to reconsider your plan and maybe not give it up because nobody wants to give up their dreams starting a company but either modify it and take a different approach so so you can pick yourself off the floor. Did you do that for your first company. Oh sure everything that you you have to go out there and do it. The first company painted houses so that didn't really count. I was seventeen. And i just decided that. Sure me paint houses. And before i knew it had like six people working for me so went somewhere so the the the raw skill set was there but still wasn't high on my list for starting a company you know in the future so the first company actually started was river graphic technology and it was a facilities management company. We set up mailrooms and copy centers on On company sites. They outsource all their that worked. You equipment people the whole bit and so one of the one of the things that was before me. When i was presented with the opportunity to do something for citibank in fact They said to me. Hey listen we've got all these facilities out on long island new york we'd like you to do it and i said great. That's great and i really calculated exactly what i needed and they said to me You know when..

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02:00 min | 3 months ago

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"So yeah i'm i'm excited about it. Nice well so. I'm putting together a business plan and you wanna take a look at it. Can you look at it this weekend. there's a hurricane coming. You look at it. I can't. I can't look this up. Share yeah any other questions or anything in the other. Brain buster node. Where where can people find you. That's a good question So our website is now up It is j. c. interactive dot com. You can find us there. You could find us at gnc interactive on linked in and you could also follow me on linked in Greg hine and Yeah we'll be put now Some new content over the next couple of weeks Do you have a series right now. Talking about Nba double a base. Show it's coming up about two months away. I'll be at base of people want to connect face to face. You can find me there in vegas in vegas nice cool. Yeah and the. I guess all promote chine production so you wanna something. That looks like this. You wanna do podcasts videos. Whatever might be but you just wanna come sit down talk and then leave and have somebody else take care of everything else. That is what i do. Yeah so Yeah by the time this goes live. We'll have the website live. So china productions dot com. I think china music on instagram. And other than that. Yes thanks for doing this game she you. Thanks for having me on. It was good to see you brother. We will do it again we have. We will have a good time again. We shall do this one more time. All right you so much. Thank you so much. Everybody have a great day..

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05:27 min | 3 months ago

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"Because we understand how to do that. And we scaled up a pretty significant team over just a few years. We're working with lardner. That can can help us place people but at the same time to you. We're really looking at off their staff with our services. And so you know. Maybe you don't have a marketing department. You know if you're ten person company were you know maybe five person company whatever. It may be me as one person. Maybe you don't have the resources to you. Come up with creative and content and you know be posting on social media and all that type of stuff. Maybe you don't have an in house. Development team and building in house development team is. I mean it's it's a massive under tanya mental and You know people that you know. there's a lot of. There's a lot of stories around failures in technology. Especially when it's like you hear all these companies that you know kinda when they're coming up even like four years ago at you see him at trade shows like oh this is awesome and then it's like the one guy left right and then it's like well is kind of the only person that knew the code and so we just kind of have this guy. Exact does roughly how to keep it from falling apart. So you know like a lot of these things are expensive It's tough to build a good team. And then there's there's also like especially with the technology portion of it there's a big risk And so but there's a big reward to and that's shutting that's probably part of it too that may be is like What once burned twice shy or something like that but it's like a lot of people don't have these thoughts about building teams that it's really difficult because they just kind of think it's difficult alive. It probably came from. They hired somebody and they didn't really even if they knew how to manage didn't work out perfectly so then like it's not worth it but when you actually see like what we had You know a few years ago. It was a really comes in a circle. Once you have the team humming because it is that it's like iterative in a circle right good customer service. They're on the front lines with the customers. Getting feedback giving that to the technology team who then takes that implements it and builds an even better product. They just released a better product. So now we can take that to sales and marketing now. These five prospects. That wouldn't give us the time of day all the sudden we have this new section. All right let's talk. You get one or two of those customers to come back in now. They're dealing with customer service..

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05:03 min | 3 months ago

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"Seen a lot of people say i don't know how to do that. I don't know anything about that. You know. I don't know how to do marketing. Our know how to do video or no there. S or or whatever. I don't know about aviation And they let that really limit their career and you see the people that are super successful out. There that have accelerated their careers. Have taken more of approach like okay. I don't know it. But i can go out and i can. I can learn it. And i can do it and yeah maybe the first pieces of know first video you shoot the first call you make or the first product put out isn't you know is an award-winning but you keep doing it. And you start getting pretty good especially when you look at you know like okay if you're in an industry where maybe there are a couple years behind and there's not that many people doing it now's the time to get a head start and start like start. Taking advantage of new technology or new channels are new sales processes. There's a lot that can be done. Just getting started can mean a five percent increase in or five five percent more successful or and you start growing okay and now could start seeing progress from one percent to five percent to ten and you start seeing you know some some good success. So don't stop. don't get stuck. Yeah just do. And i think that that's that ends up being a pretty successful. You know Path for people. So how do how to small companies get out of that mindset if they are in that trap is it a is it a company like a company culture thing needs to change or is it does come from individual people and does it have to come from the top or can it come from people in the middle you know. Yeah sure i. I think that it's a good question. I think it's a it's a tricky question you know..

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05:35 min | 3 months ago

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"About this here the basics and then over i'd see their ads over and over again and then. Finally i watched a webinar and i signed up for the course and like it wasn't cheap but it was like they gave me so much value over the course of three or four months that when i saw what they're offering and like it had a slight differentiation than just youtube videos. Are i trust it. I'm unwilling to go with an apparently in the past year. They've been growing like crazy like they. Sir i talked to one of the sales guys. They're after the fact and he's like yeah we've literally like two companies grown tenfold in a year daft just by doing that and the guys putting stuff out for. I don't know five six years or something like that. But p he found like a community of people that wanted that information he turned it into something. And then i think yeah when you provide high quality content nubia really like a resource in the segment. That you're in it allows you to monetize that and now what you're seeing seeing there as like okay. We can continue to put out this free stuff. People now built this audience up. They understand what we're doing and the quality that we're doing it. Are they willing to pay for it. And the answer is yes because yeah you can go and piece together all these different youtube videos but you know what they've put together as a cohesive product that's high quality gives you exactly what you need without bouncing over to ten different channels and trying to piece it all together. Yeah exactly that it was that and then also you got some feedback to for people. So you'd send in your mixes and somebody be like now. You have too much stuff going on. Like six thousand hurt. Whatever whatever feedback they would give you. It would like help shape and move forward so yeah those kind of key differentiator made a big difference. But you said something of just showing up every day and just like do what you need to do. So matt and i recorded a couple of these steps over talking about The war of art by stephen press..

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05:11 min | 3 months ago

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"That really. did something you had good tech people. I didn't get to work with the tech people Yet they were the only ones that i got to work with but they actually dug in and when they said they were gonna talk to our customers and do all that stuff actually did it and it had like a positive result the other stuff. It was like pulling teeth to do something. It was like pulling teeth to give somebody tens of thousands of dollars. Exactly yeah it was like what are we paying you for. And so you know. As i as i'm looking at this business and Looking to work with you know. There's all different types of companies within aviation I'm really looking to like any customers that we take on a really wanna plug into the their business. Like kay who who is on your team. Who are your customers. What is your product like. Whatever pass results look like. What have you tried. What have you not tried and really get a good understanding of every aspect of it because we want to make a big difference in these operations you know. The the companies is that we're looking to work with like there's like this this potential that just needs to be unlocked and like i said maybe they don't have the time or the resources or they haven't figured out how to unlock it and that's where we want to like really go in and get a good understanding of that. Put together a plan on how we're going to unlock it. And then help them like go through the full process of executing it and so it's not like hey. We're just going to tell you what to do without knowing anything about it like we're going to go through that process we're going to see it through. We're gonna make sure that it has success. And one of the things that i've learned along the way whether you look at like new product development or sales or marketing. Everything is iterative and so you know we're where yeah of course there's there's kind of projects That we would be willing to work on but we're really more looking at you know working with customers on an ongoing basis. Because you know you you can. Everybody can agree on a certain path but it might be slightly off once you once. You're out there and it's you know in the real world you discover things that you that you didn't catch up front. Obviously we want to try and you know try and catch as many of those things as possible but the plan is never a hundred percent you always gotta make changes and so ra looking to really work with companies on an ongoing basis so we get them headed in the right direction and then we keep them on track and keep iterating on top of our plan so that we can keep hitting results especially the same thing you were doing with customers from your flight. Docs it's going in understanding what their actual businesses and then being the one to actually talk to them to share and take it back to the team and then build and develop something that actually works for them. Yeah exactly so. I actually have a question separate of aviation and all the stuff as where. We're both starting businesses. Now i mean. How do we mean we're seeing the the plans changing literally as we're to move offices and stuff but like how. How do we take this same stuff and incorporate it into the birth of a company. You're looking at what i'm doing like shir. Yeah i think you know i Whether you're really looking to create what. I'm really looking to create are essentially services so we don't necessarily have a tangible product at this point in the future we might But i think that it starts with quality and so you know really Having a high quality product or service where.

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02:13 min | 3 months ago

"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

"So that. Part of what i'm trying to do with this to have people come in. Sit down talk you leave and take care of the rest. So that way at the end of the process you have an actual tangible product right. Something like that and your case. It's going to be different but it's like here's where you're at with sales and then here's where you're at now with this here all the marketing things in place. You know even operations you. You ran operations there for how many times i was involved in it all for you know for the full time as involved in it. Obviously the the team grew my day to day. Responsibilities were Maybe a lead a little bit but us still involved in it by. I think that the As we're looking to to work with companies out there you know. I've been burned by consultants like you said you know quite a bit where they say. Okay well we can help you with that. They don't really dagan to their customers business. They don't do a good Good job understanding what you really need. And what like the perfect outcome. And so it's it's very they come in kind of with a prescription without really understanding. What the symptoms or root causes of of the issues are. That's a point and actually the one consulting group that actually worked while we were there they were doing the roi calculator. That's literally what they did is they. They went out. And either. I think mostly phone calls but still they actually called a bunch of our customers and like interview them for an hour then another hour and then based on all of these things that came back and gave us some actual tangible stuff and they gave a tangible thing at the end where we can go in plug people's numbers in and start to give them a sense of like okay. Yes you're gonna be paying us this but here's what it comes back to. And that they were really the only consultants that i got to work with..

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"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

"This is going to be the product for us. Obviously cells worse has that reputation and and really we knew that had the feature set that that We wanted but god like sitting through their sales presentation. When i said i just want to buy it and they insisted on taking through the full demo process and it is just a painful sales experience. But you know they're a great company and they they have the best product out there so it works for them. Yeah unfortunately like that doesn't work for every business right. And so for specially if you're not the if you're not a leader incumbent you didn't start it now. You know a lot of a lot of companies out there really struggle in getting off the ground or they you know. They went out and they started the company and they had success early on and maybe it was the founder. That really went out there. Had the passion really understood. The customers understood the industry got kind of a base customer base customer base but When they go to scale they don't necessarily understand like okay. Here's how we have to you. Know represent our brand out there. Here's the content that we have to put out there to build awareness around our products and services. And here's how to train other sales people on being able to execute on the strategy and build our customer bases. And that's where you start seeing a lot of companies. I've seen this in business aviation. This is why. I really want to help companies In these couple different area In you know they've gone out. They've seen success. Ask they have a successful business. Like there there Maybe not growing all that fast. But they're profitable. They have a good customer base. They have a loyal customer base. but they don't necessarily know how to take things to the next level and or you know or maybe they do and they just don't have the resources or the time sure or the team members to help them do it..

"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

"Yeah but you know we. We did that. We then started as i was out there and we were looking at bigger and bigger flight operations. We we understood like the product needs to expand do more for these larger scale operations. Yeah and And we said okay. Do we continue to develop on what we call our two data platform or do we need to start investing and a new platform. That's going to allow us to to take things to the next level and so we built i. We did our inventory purchasing platform we then actually then built the meet. The updated maintenance tracking platform rolled all that in a flight. Docs enterprise which is in two thousand sixteen and then in two thousand and two thousand eighteen or two thousand nineteen. We launched the flight operations platform so just constant you know kind of constant evolution and so you being involved like i in the business aviation the aviation industry as a whole and then being involved in all these different aspects of of growing a business really gave me a fast track into understanding the different components involved in in the company and now with jc interactive. you know. i'm looking to take that experience and help other. Companies achieve the same things that that we were able to achieve. Well yeah and it's it's kinda interesting too with some of the stuff. And i actually didn't get to fill this really. I started to feel it. When we launched the customer success team there And got like go out and do trainings and be in the field and get real world feedback. When you know a lot of stuff would work but there are certain things that guys would be like. You know what there's boughten experienced. It's like from the customer perspective and then doing sales there that had a big impact on to of seeing it from the business side and from the customer side. We're when you're out in the field. You don't really get that so you you started doing that..

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"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"heine" Discussed on Cheine On

"Already gyro. Let's do it all right. Thank you join us. Everybody this episode three of china. I'm chris han. I'm here with my brother greg. Hey chris how's it going pretty good good this. Is you know this is pretty usual for us. We generally only speak through microphones and while we're on cameras. This is real national for us is is real like real natural feeling. I'd say yeah we. We try not to actually talk off camera or mike because you're just not very bearable very limited. I contact the minimum amount. Possible is the best yup so talk about a couple things today. Whole bunch of things. A lot of conspiracy theories are gonna touch on today now but so you you just left. Atp like two months ago yet. What have you been doing. Yeah so well. It took a little bit of time off this summer as you know. I have three kids back at home. One is Is nine months old now. And so i figured it was a good time to hang with the kids. Take the summer and get spend some quality time with them advacates of had kind of a unique opportunity to do that You know for those of you who don't know Kind of my my history for the last and are now ten. Twelve years or so.

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Fighting for Expanded Brady Background Checks

Red, Blue, and Brady

04:58 min | 9 months ago

Fighting for Expanded Brady Background Checks

"Everybody to another episode of red blue and brady now brought to you on fridays as always. I'm your host dj. And i'm a co host kelly. We may have released a unfortunately we are still working from home. I for one am greeting you from increasingly cluttered corner my apartment. I refuse to show on camera. Kelly where are you exactly. It looks fancy. it looks nice I'm recording from the illustrious. Dining room cable recording studios. It's very exclusive. I was going to say. I haven't gotten an invite so. Yeah you know. It's pretty elite recording studio. We buy got a couple of grammy's nobody'll dr fauci is the only one who's allowed to approve gas to tant basically. Yeah while i am very excited to talk. Today's gas Unfortunately also not in person who wants upon a time. I actually got to do a four hour in person interview it if you can imagine a time where such a thing was actually physically possible. If i try really hard. I think i can but it is pretty unmasked more right now right. It feels like a completely different life but luckily at least digitally we get to talk with colin goddard christian heine chris brown and stephanie abrams. All of whom are these great gun. Violence prevention advocates and in particular colin christian and stephan have something in common but i think our listeners may not expect. And you're not gonna tell us. I am absolutely not gonna tell you they have to listen. How dare i jerk. Yes we're going to their butt together. Just some hands were discussing the passage of hr eight and fourteen forty six in the us house of representatives. And we're gonna tackle questions like what are these bills. What do they do. And what is even the point of a background check anyway. Yeah and i know. Some of our listeners are with from day one and so they may be like. Oh i totally know about all these bills and background checks which is awesome. But i think with this episode even if you know all the background checks needs bills it's still going to be really eliminating compensation so definitely station. Hi everyone on. Chris brown on the president's of brady. Hey everyone my name. is stephanie. Abrams i am the executive council member of team enough as well as a a worker debris offices the team fellow when i'm also the national chapter coordinator years well so i wear a lot hats team enough but i love the voice of the youth and i think it's very important especially right now under current political climate ear. I'm christian heine vice-president policy your brady and then call in our loan on brady person on this podcast but you. You were once brady. He's brady at heart. You can say. I know once your winter you're never out island is calling goddard. I'm a survivor. Two thousand seven shootings. Virginia tech former team brady member and a gun of prevention advocate. Thank you so much for all. You've done any work. Amazing job now to and water access right so it's cool really cool job. I feel like in a lot of ways. Similar to engaging a constituency in america that feels like. They've been ignored that their voices aren't being heard. And you know working alongside them to fight to make change. So it's in a of ways very similar to the work at brady and take a lot of the learnings and experiences in carrying it forward and look at the whole workout station in there. Is that a peleton. You gotta pelivan peleton brutal used a mirror now mayor much come see me. I got the. Let's get peleton. Let's go man. You're you're peddling these things. Let's all right. We gotta we can look at each other track record and motivating each other awesome about your pilots on obsession christian concerns me a little bit. You're peleton pusher and it's concerning ballots today so. Let's talking about biking talking about bills. Chris just to start us off. Can you even break down at a very basic level would brady background. Check is sure so the radi background check system was put into effect about twenty seven years ago and a few days and change and when it was i adopted it was in response to actually the nineteen sixty eight gun control act which required background checks to be conducted so this is something that already was part of the federal law that there is no mechanism to ensure that there was real recordkeeping or even technology to make sure that could happen in the brady law. Put into effect this apparatus or sought to to ensure that every federally licensed firearms dealer or f. f. l. was required by law to conduct a background check and use technology that was adopted by the government to conduct that check and not just requires a look at a database that includes records criminal history at cetera about prohibited

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Denying marriage claim, justices OK James Brown's dying wish

News, Traffic and Weather

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Denying marriage claim, justices OK James Brown's dying wish

"The late godfather of soul dying wish was to help educate needy children it is a step closer to being fulfilled the Supreme Court of South Carolina ruled the James brown's last partner Tommy ray Heine who claimed to be his wife was not legally married brown the stage justices ruling unanimously that highly didn't annoy all of previous marriage and therefore did not have a right to brown's multi million dollar

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A Ward of the Probate Court

Big Book Podcast

09:23 min | 1 year ago

A Ward of the Probate Court

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since nineteen eighty eight one day at a time in this episode the Thirteenth Story from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. It's entitled Award of the Probate Court and was printed only in the first edition of the big book. This relatively short story provides a glimpse of the formative years obey when old timers were those with two or three years sober but whose perseverance and dedication made possible a solid foundation for the entire a movement and now the original story award of the probate court at about the time. My graduation from high school a State University was established in our city on the call for an office assistant. I was recommended by my superintendent and got the position. I was rather his choice in pride but a few years later I met him in a nearby city and panhandle him for two bucks for drinks. I grew with the institution and advanced in position. I took a year off for ten minutes at an Engineering College at College. I refrain from any hilarious celebrating. Drinking War was declared. I was away from home on business at the state capital where my mother couldn't raise objections and I enlisted overseas. I was on five fronts from Alsace. Up to the North Sea upon relief from the lines back in the rest area being rouge and Cognac helped in the letdown from trying circumstances. I was introduced to the exhilaration of intoxication. The old spirit. What the Hell Heine may have you tagged. Didn't help towards any moderation in drinking then. We had many casualties but one of the real catastrophes was the lost of a POW. A lieutenant who died from the. Dt's over there after it was all over. This didn't slow me up and back in the states I had a big fling before returning home. My plans were to cover up with my mother and the girl I was to marry that I had become addicted to alcohol but exposed the fact on the day. Our engagement was announced on the way I met a training camp. Buddy got drunk and miss the party booze had got over. Its first real blow on me. I saw her briefly that night but didn't have the guts to face. Her people the Romance was over to forget I engaged in super active life and social fraternal and civic promotion of my community. This all outside my position. In the president's Office of the State University I became a leader. The big flash in the PAN are organized and was first commander of the American Legion Post. Raised funds and built a fine memorial. Clubhouse was secretary a belks. Eagles Chamber of Commerce City Club and active as an operator officer in political circles. I was always a good fellow and control my drinking indulging only in sprees and private clubs or away from home I was deposed from the executive position at the college by political change in the governorship of the state I knew the sales manager of Securities Division of a large utility corporation in Wall Street and started to sell securities the issues and the market were good and I had a fine opportunity. I was away from home and I began to drink heavily to get away from my drinking associates. I managed to be transferred to another city. But this didn't help booze had me. My sales and commissions diminished. I remained almost in a continuous stupor on my drawing account until I was released. I braced up got sober and made a good connection with the steamship agency. A concern promoting European travel and study at most all important universities in Europe. Those were the bathtub gin days and for drinking in about my office. I held out in this position for only a year. I was now engaged to be married. And fortunately I got another position as a salesman for a large corporation I worked hard was successful and my drinking became. I was married and my wife soon learned that I was no social drinker. I tried hard to control it but could not. There were many separations and she would return home. I would make pledges in a sincere effort and then my top would blow off again. I began here to take sanitarium treatments to satisfy my wife and my folks I had a great capacity for drink and work with the help of Turkish baths BROMO SELTZER ASPIRIN. I to the job. I became top notch or in the entire salesforce of the country. I was assigned to more special territory and finally into the market of keenest competition. I was top rate and salary one bonus awards and was bringing in the volume but there was always the drawback. My excessive drinking made at times I was called in once twice and warned. Finally I wasn't to be tolerated any longer. Although I was doing a good job I had lasted five and a half years. I lost my wife along with my job and find income. This was a terrible jolt I tried for a hookup but I had a black eye marring a good record. I became discouraged and depressed. I saw relief with booze. There began the four black years of my life. I had returned home to the community where I had been so prominent these were dry days still and I hung out at the clubs with bars. I got so I would last on a job but a few days just until I could get an advance for drinks. I began to get entangled with the law arrested for driving while intoxicated and drunk and disorderly conduct my folks heard of the cure at the state hospital. I was picked up drunk and sent there by the probate court. I was administered. Parral to hide and came to in receiving ward among lunatics. I was transferred to another word of less violent cases and I found a little group of alcoholics and junkers dope addicts. I learned from them the seriousness of being award of the probate court. I felt then if I ever got released. The old devil alcohol would never get me in a jam like this again in times of great distress. Such as this I would pray to God for help. I was fortunate and was released after eleven days and nights brought up in the laughing academy bughouse. That was enough. I wanted no more of it. I took a job as a manager of a club and put myself to the old acid test. I was going to really assert my willpower. I even tended bar part of the time. But never imbibed a bit. This lasted about three months. I went to an annual convention of my overseas division and came to locked up in a cheap hotel room. New shoes suit coat hat and purse missing. I must have slipped badly then followed much drinking in trouble. After a few arrests for intoxication the law decided another sojourn to the State Hospital would tame me. They jumped the stay this time from eleven days to eleven weeks. It was getting tough for me. I came out in good physical condition and held the fear of getting probate again thinking the siege might be eleven months. I got another job. Stay Dry for about two months and off to the races again. I became terribly weak. Couldn't eat and try to get nourishment from booze and mostly only bootleg that one time. I just made it to a hospital and another time. A police patrol took me to the hospital. Instead of jail. I suffered badly from insomnia as many as three shots in the arm had no effect I would get in shape and back at it again. I was going to battle to finish. The time came when I was to be paid. My soldiers bonus I had the limit or maximum coming friends. Advise my folks to send me to a veteran's hospital before I got this money in my hands. I was pro baited again. Held in a county jail for two weeks and sent again to the asylum. This was my summer resort for three months. I was on the waiting list for the Veterans Hospital but I got into such wonderful physical condition from eating and working out of doors that I was released. I reached home full of resentment against my folks for their having my money tied up in a guardianship I went out and got saturated and landed in jail. I had been free from the asylum for about eight hours behind the bars again. So soon this was bad however I was freed again the next day and this was my last confinement with the

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Managing genetic diversity essential for species to adapt to climate change

UN News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Managing genetic diversity essential for species to adapt to climate change

"The massive wildfires have scorched millions of acres in the country since July of last year and a straight remains heine vulnerable to further natural disasters in an interview with you and US Jennifer Pinson Wildlife Program leader at the Tin Bimbo Nature Park just outside the capital camera so that climate change needs to stop being integrated in conservancy programs and more genetic diversity management is

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"heine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"heine" Discussed on AP News

"Member FDIC Heine airport in the US can be found in grand Teton national park that's according to four doors travel. The travel guide didn't say what it considers tiny airport. But the Jackson Hole airport in Wyoming features breathtaking views of the grand Teton mountain range when passengers arrive. The terminal includes a leather chairs and a roaring fireplace and it seems like people are visiting enough. The Jackson Hole airport released its plane. Traffic numbers for the month of may. Showing a fifty eight percent increase in commercial activity over the same month a year before she's the thirteenth doctor and the first woman to portray the character on the iconic doctor who Jodie Whittaker leads today's birthday roundup about goes looking not. But he's about boys is, you know, how many women in your life, inspire you. But also how many people in my life and I'm inspired and want to be like them Whitaker on the BBC's? Graham Norton show. She's thirty seven Saturday Night Live alumnus will Forte's now into science fiction on the animated alien news desk, and finally, the Grand Canyon this big dumb ditch would be a sizable parking lot for countless patients. But you know what I heard they don't validate what he's forty nine and pop music star, Barry Manilow is headed to Broadway for a residency in July and August where he'll focus on his many hits. It's really something to go from one to the other everybody knows them. And it just keeps building and building and building until I write the songs and Coppola man. Hello on the today show. He seventy six and that's our birthday round up for June seventeenth, I'm Bob Kessler..

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"heine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"heine" Discussed on KCRW

"Angeles. And you know, one of the thrusts of the negotiating back and forth between the two sides is something called class size staffing. But it's also about what public school education will look like in the future in recent years, an enormous number of charter schools of opened in L A with a boost from billionaires and charitable foundations. The teacher's union calls it a hostile takeover that hurts traditional public schools. Closing charters isn't a bargaining point in the strike, but the tension over those charters looms large on the picket lines. Here's KCRW Zana, Scott all week teachers have been picketing outside schools like here at breed street elementary in Boyle heights. For third grade teacher Heine Bermudez or Mr. be this is about something way bigger than what's on the negotiating table. The teachers are trying to save public education his picket. Sign says stop the charter ization of LA's public schools now charter schools are public schools, but in California, they're operated by nonprofits. They have more freedom in their curriculums than traditional schools and their teachers are not typically unionized. Los Angeles unified has more charter schools than any district in the country over two hundred and for Bermudez. That's the problem much bigger than a dispute over pay teaching is not a moneymaking profession. It's not charters compete with regular schools. Like breed street elementary for students and Bermudez says it's often the best students who leave like this kid. He wants taught named Brian who Bermudez says did really well on standardized tests. He scored perfect in second grade. Math and language arts. He scored perfect third grade. He was my student and fifth grade he left, you know, that's fine. You know, kiss deserve a great education, but don't starve our public schools. You know, they we shouldn't pay a price for that. Pay a price because state funding is tied to enrollment. So when students like Brian leave schools like breed street and up with a greater proportion of high needs students, but fewer resources now enrollment in LA's district schools has been declining for more than a decade and not just because of charters, but they are a factor services. We used to have a nurse for five days a week in the past now one day here in Boyle heights in LA, we serve some of the poorest vulnerable kids, and we need services for them. I don't think it's entirely fair to say that you know, if a student chooses not to go to their local school, they're taking funding away from the district. They're not they're taking their funding and putting it into the school. They choose Michael Sweeney is the parent of a first grader in a magnet program at a traditional L A public school when his daughter was younger. She went to a charter school Sweeney and his wife put her there after asking around about the local district school and finding its reputation was not so great. We liked it. And we just heard the for kindergarten through second grade. It was a pretty awesome option, but as you kind of advanced towards middle school the decline in qualities became a little bit. More apparent Sweeney is particularly open to all options because he used to teach at a charter school himself. He says charter schools should be a healthy competitor to traditional public schools, pushing them to innovate and work to retain students. That's how it works and other marketplaces. Cable wasn't very happy about seeing satellite. TV come in the fact that it potentially caused them to, you know, have to do things that benefited the customer, you know, I'm sure it cut into their bottom line a little bit took some customers away. That's not necessarily a bad thing. Back at breed street elementary school this week.

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Michael Rapaport Gets Yelled at by His Wife While Trash Talking JD  The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

01:23 min | 3 years ago

Michael Rapaport Gets Yelled at by His Wife While Trash Talking JD The Howard Stern Show

"The Howard Stern show. One point he was calling JD so much, and then the wife got mad and starts, he goes, what are you doing on your phone? A whole whole drama going on in these calls. He, you know, you should be fucking lucky. That a guy of my stature, my fucking status, even bucking people on the phone. Him on the phone baby. Are calling their girlfriends, not the j. d. c. realize. She's like, you're a grown man. Heine I'm in the middle of fisting j. don't. I'm on a fucking fool. Beep. Fuck. Now you got me in trouble with my wife. Mother fucker. You let me tell you something JD you, you were you waiting all you cracked up to be all right. You're not all that. You cracked up to be everyone. Relentless minute went on all day. Fuck. Would you say to me. But then she ends up taking the phone from good, good motherfucker. Say to me. Message you fucking said to me, congratulations when I didn't win. Like I'm not good at that. I'm not good at his insane. Wow. Yeah, I. Stern show.

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A Beach Where Toys Come Out of the Ocean

The Past and the Curious

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

A Beach Where Toys Come Out of the Ocean

"At the southern tip of United Kingdom, sits a beachfront area called Cornwall residents. There are no longer surprised winning particular toy washes up on the beaches, what toy washes up on the beaches. There. In nineteen Ninety-seven cargo ship called the Tokyo express was hit by a huge wave which set much of its cargo into the ocean onboard was a container bound for New York containing four point, eight million Legos instead of sinking to the bottom. They have regularly washed up short.

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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas Had a Second Engagement Party

The Morning Toast

03:40 min | 3 years ago

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas Had a Second Engagement Party

"Priyanka Chopra ended Jones had a second engagement party last night and it was led. Honestly, I don't care about that one. I care about the one in India that those are the pictures were surfacing Nick. Jonas fluted India had a traditional practice. Straightly correctly. Roca ceremony, which is a traditional engagement ceremony in India in Mumbai, and then they had another gauging party last night in LA which was like thirsty and like Saudi. But right. The meaningful one was in. In Mumbai, and I just can't. I, therefore I tell you, I thought, Sarah, their fake relationship. Why are they like clearly it's fake because they're protesting so much who has to. I mean, I guess culturally, yes. Have the the one by I'm I'm full. actually, I guess I just find then you would have with your friend, right? Because you're gonna be like, hey, come to India kit, make it right. They did like a low key one. And then the comedians little come from? No, this whole thing. How do they meet? He is the most boring person I've ever met in my entire. Even if you've been went it serious, I interviewed him, but when he was out of Jonas brothers and he was like Evan artist solo, and he was like, so I can't even say to cool for school because cool was nothing apart of it. Right. It was just like you are. So thank God. Boy, you can sing because you was here. Issue is Heine little some to, honestly, he's not my type of much mortgage yoga when you were kid. 'cause I'm lesbian when you work at though and you loved the joints, brothers, Michio, and you will love the Jonas brothers who was like your brother. I mean, I don't know. I I was more like in college where they were like big. So I guess like tall Jones that was with Camilla Belle for Joe media. I love him. Okay here my thoughts because when I saw these pictures, it's like this. Literally, nobody could tell me any differently. This relationship is a farce. It is a PR stunt. It's an we blinds so online. Like that's everyone says there's no doubt in that this is the famous fucking relationship out there. First of all, they've known each other for two months, second ball. There's just so not compatible in any way. Like I don't see them getting along. She is like an intellect, she's like a serious actress like she made the transition from Bollywood to Hollywood, which is really hard.

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Watermelons are Related to Vegetables

The Past and the Curious

10:49 min | 3 years ago

Watermelons are Related to Vegetables

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Wave of exits from White House sparks talk of potential "brain drain"

Bloomberg Markets

01:46 min | 4 years ago

Wave of exits from White House sparks talk of potential "brain drain"

"Bloomberg radio let's get a check on your latest while denouncing his headlines here is nathan hager in our bloomberg 991 newsroom in washington dc heine than by carol the tariffs could be finalized later this week who's tomorrow the next day that from white house spokeswoman sarah sanders who says the languages is still being worked out our our potential car routes for mexico and canada based on national security and possibly other countries as well based on that process of course disagreement over a trade policy led to gerry cones white house exit end to concern among some about a brain drain at the white house not to worry says national trade council director peter navarro i like in now what goes on here the football team michael new england patriots like every year the patriots win the division but they do it with different players with doesn't change is is the coach and the quarterback and that's what we have and donald trump the varroa tells bloomberg he is not in line to change positions on the team in replace cone florida's senators want more states to enact gun violence prevention orders that they say could prevent a repeat of the park land high school massacre republican marco rubio says he'll introduced a bill to provide justice department grants to states they get on board the lao family members or law enforcement officers the petition a court for a gun violence prevention order if of course would prevent firearm purchases and possession by individuals who pose a significant threat of personal injury florida democrat bill nelson says he supports the idea that also wants universal background checks at least three people have reportedly been seriously hurt in a knife attack on the streets of vienna austrian media reported was apparently random happened near the capital's famous prater park global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is bloomberg thanks.

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First Human Voice on the Radio

The Past and the Curious

07:11 min | 4 years ago

First Human Voice on the Radio

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Heine Brothers, Civil War and John Honeyman discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Heine Brothers, Civil War and John Honeyman discussed on The Past and the Curious

"Question number two there is a

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The Lewis and Clark Diet

The Past and the Curious

02:18 min | 5 years ago

The Lewis and Clark Diet

"Up the missouri river through the great plains they needed a lot of energy to keep going during this time period can you guess how many pounds of meet the men would eat on average every day the men were working very very hard often pulling their boats against the current of the river for miles and miles day after day other days they'd paddle or use push polls to move their large heavy crap luckily the great plains boasted many animals like buffalo an elk for them to eat there were men of the party who were designated hunters and they had to work fulltime defeat old them because historians say on average each man eight nine to eleven pounds of meat each day that's like a bowling bowl of meat it's like forty

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