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Why Doesn't Joe Biden Condemn Protests Outside SCOTUS Justices' Homes?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 2 d ago

Why Doesn't Joe Biden Condemn Protests Outside SCOTUS Justices' Homes?

"Administration condemning the illegal protests outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices? Every day they don't do that is another day that puts the Supreme Court in danger. And you know what? There are Republican leaders, you want to know why people flock to Texas or Florida or even Virginia. Because of governors because of red state governors or even purple states with a Republican governor like Glenn youngkin. Listen to what governor Glenn youngkin said to Jesse watters last night on Fox News. This leak was done to cause chaos, and it was done in order to stoke picketing and parades in order to try to influence justices. And oh, by the way, that's why governor Hogan and I have absolutely demanded that attorney general Garland enforced the federal statute, which is to put people in jail for parading and picking. I don't think he's going to do that though. Do you think Garland's going to step up and do that? I will tell you, I don't think he will, and he absolutely should. It's clear in the statute that that's illegal and he should enforce it. So what are we going to do? We have substantial, we have substantial assets in our state police and we in fact are poised ready to make sure that there's no violence at our justice's homes that the justices are safe. Their neighbors are safe and the demonstrators need to be

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Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

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Gov. Larry Hogan: The Divide in the Republican Party

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Gov. Larry Hogan: The Divide in the Republican Party

"Here's what Larry Hogan said in part cut 14 at the Reagan library Go The divide in our party today Really is an ideological it's more of a difference between those who know how to win And those who only pretend that they want You know enough of the angry rhetoric and the grievance politics All right so this is his view He does not see what you see In the classrooms of America On our southern border in the economy the war on the Supreme Court the war on separation of powers The war on the vote the war on the filibuster rule Larry Hogan doesn't see any of that That's just grievance politics From people who don't know how to win And yet Donald Trump did win the presidency And yet in this coming election we'll see who wins and who loses No thanks to Larry Hogan Larry Hogan didn't bring a whole bunch of Republicans in behind him when he won the governorship twice Larry Hogan became a Democrat running under the Republican banner That's how it works In states like Maryland And Massachusetts and Illinois and other states

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Reagan Library Board Is Destroying the Reagan Library

Mark Levin

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Reagan Library Board Is Destroying the Reagan Library

"So this board in the officers of this board are destroying the Reagan library as far as I'm concerned That's my view As you know when my books come out I go to the Reagan library We have a wonderful relationship or did The biggest audience has come when I speak That's not Bragg That's fact And when my books are released we oversell the Reagan library We have to turn people back And we sell out the Reagan library in 7 8 9 minutes Because we're reaganites And we don't make any bones about it We're conservatives and we don't make any bones about it And most of the people who sit on that board hate Donald Trump I think Ronald Reagan would have liked Donald Trump May not agreed with all the tactics and so forth but I think he would have liked him very much I don't think it would have cared for Larry Hogan

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Larry Hogan Is Not the Future of the Republican Party

The Dan Bongino Show

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Larry Hogan Is Not the Future of the Republican Party

"And Larry Hogan who used to pretend to be a big pro life guy but then realized he could get elected governor by flipping the script and dialing the temperature down on that Larry Hogan's now attacking Trump I mean it is the you want to talk about the perfect foil right Between a guy who is all hat no cattle Larry Hogan and another guy who you may not like is mean tweets but actually got something done You want to talk about the perfect foil this is it I bring that up because I saw Hogan today malvan off again It's going to give a speech at the Reagan library but the future of the Republican Party Let me give you a hint It ain't Larry Hogan okay Let me just give you a little teaser The future of the Republican Party That guy's the biggest fraud You have ever seen Nobody knows Hogan as well as I do No one The guy is a fraud He's going to look at all the pictures out there Of me and him when he was running And all of a sudden at the end of the campaign when he was running for governor right He pretended to be this big like conservative Republican guy how the minute he thought he could win He changed his mind all of a sudden it became basically a lefty

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The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

The 2022 Speakers Lineup at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

"Let's see here Why don't we pull up the Reagan library mister producer the speakers that let's see here I'm just curious The executive team speakers maybe I'll have to do this after the break because I can't do it while I'm on the air Reagan library speakers Let's see what kind of people they've had here I know Ryan hates Trump Fred Ryan and Paul Ryan and noonan and the rest of them I know that Let's see the speakers line up here Oh look at this one Representative Liz Cheney This is the 2022 lineup of speakers You ready for this folks She's listening Ross do Todd of The New York Times Joni Ernst good lady Micah Garcia good guy Larry Hogan governor of Maryland Mitch McConnell condi rice again a good lady but not oregano senator Ben sasse So all the Trump haters many of them Liz Cheney Larry Hogan Mitch McConnell Ben sasse You have here individuals in the case of Mitch McConnell Mitch McConnell was never recognized 76 he back for it Larry Hogan was never ranking guy He's a liberal Republican is more Democrat So you really do have to ask you look at the lineup of the speakers here It's really quite remarkable

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Gov. Larry Hogan Comments on a Florida Bill He Didn't Read

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

Gov. Larry Hogan Comments on a Florida Bill He Didn't Read

"So Larry is in the useful idiot club May I call you Larry I think I will Could call you worse but I'm calling you Larry Go ahead Take a bill which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom What's your reaction to that And then more broadly It doesn't ban certain Instruction as you're suggesting miss bash did you read it I know it's hard for you journalists so called to read It bans all of it She says your fellow Republican governor desantis and Florida he suggested that he will retaliate against Disney after he criticized Florida's so called don't say gay Bill You see how the media are corrupt says nothing about don't say gay Bill I'm challenging bash right now $1 million you and me Where does it say don't say gay Bill in the Bill Where is that language Where are those words Which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom Go ahead Make up that legislation Well I didn't really actually see the details of the list So if you didn't see the details shut your big pie hole What does it say you should say I don't know what that Bill says I didn't read it I'm running my own damn state But he couldn't Go ahead The whole thing seems like just crazy fight Oh yeah just the crazy fight you know Liam Marilyn we're all above this thing You know Larry Hogan it's just a crazy fight you know Just because the Florida legislature is Republican the governor's Republican And the way ahead of me Larry Hogan

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Gov. Larry Hogan Reacts to Gov. Ron DeSantis' Criticism of Disney

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

Gov. Larry Hogan Reacts to Gov. Ron DeSantis' Criticism of Disney

"The governor of Maryland. This guy's ostensibly a Republican. Larry Hogan, who goes on national television, admits he didn't read the bill, but it's absurd for, for anybody to push back against Disney, supporting teachers teaching 5 year olds about transgenderism, which is what this bill addresses. Listen to Larry Hogan with CNN's Dana bash yesterday. Your fellow Republican governor, desantis in Florida. He suggested that he will retaliate against Disney after it criticized Florida's so called don't say gay Bill, which bans certain instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom. What's your reaction to that? And then more broadly, what do you make of that legislation? Well, I did a lot. I didn't really actually see the details of the legislation, but the whole thing seems like just crazy fight. I'm not sure. It concerns me. The Santa is always talking about, you know, he was not demanding that businesses do things, but he was telling the cruise lines what they had to do. He was telling local schools with mandating and now he wants to criticize Disney for expressing how they feel about that. That Bill. I mean, they have every right to it. We have a thing called freedom of speech. They can come out and say what they think. I think the bill was kind of that he doesn't even read the bill. I'm not too familiar. Do you know what Dana bash said? Prohibiting teachers from teaching transgenderism in the classroom. Of course, she leaves out to kindergartners. Kindergarten to third through third grade. That's the only age group that's impacted by this parental rights bill.

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Oscars 2022 hosts confirmed as Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Oscars 2022 hosts confirmed as Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall

"After three years without a hosted the Academy Awards will have three house this year marches are a letter with the latest Regina hall Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes will host the Oscars on March twenty seventh each one will host one hour of the three hour ABC broadcast the last time the Oscars had three host was in nineteen eighty seven with Chevy Chase Goldie Hawn and Paul Hogan producer will Packer says hall Schumer and Sykes are three of the most dynamic hilarious women with very different comedic

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"hogan" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"hogan" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

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Michael Anton: This Regime Has Concluded It Will Not Make Any Compromises

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Michael Anton: This Regime Has Concluded It Will Not Make Any Compromises

"But I'm getting concerned I mean we have this new domestic terrorism unit Notice with the founding of the unit they talk about these and we're worried about this at this massive growth and white supremacists and all this stuff As if this threats around every corner And there used to be kind of a check on this stuff and it was the ACLU types who went back in the day decades ago were principled that they would defend it literally the Ku Klux Klan I mean we used to have groups like Rage Against the Machine These pop culture groups They are the machine now Michael I mean you got Neil Young who didn't have a tour called the free speech tour once calling for Joe Hogan to be censored on Spotify It seems like the overlap of the spheres where we at least believe in dialog is now gone and now that that emergency breaks gone I'm a little concerned where this is going to go Well I'm very concerned I think what has happened is the people in power the regime as I call it has concluded that it's not going to make any compromises It's not going to meet red America halfway a quarter of the way a third of the way Any part of the way It's going to keep doing what it's doing in consolidating its power and reaping the rewards and essentially leaching the heartland dry through outsourcing financialization and opioids and all of these other policies And it knows that as it does this it's making red America deplorables et cetera More and more upset angry and desperate and the only way to deal with it in the regime's point of view that anger desperation and so on this is just cracked down hard You can't treat a people's a 100 million However many of them there are A 100 million a 150 million people like this in perpetuity and not expect some kind of angry backlash So they want the message prepped upfront that when and if the angry backlash comes in whatever form however small however however apparently justified it's not justified It's insurrection and Civil War know your place shut down shut up and sit down and whatever power we use against you will be

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Newsmax Contributor Hogan Gidley on Why CNN Is the Worst

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:30 min | 5 months ago

Newsmax Contributor Hogan Gidley on Why CNN Is the Worst

"Our good friend newsmax contributor Hogan getly Hogan good to have you with us. Well, it's good to be with you. You're a little fired up today, I can feel that. You know, Hogan, it aggravates me when see it at his out there. You throw in bob's at Fox News channel when they're basically running some sort of a sex operation over there. I just don't get it. Well, they're sure not running a news operation. That's for sure. They've been so low in the ratings for so long. Look, I just CNN still are relevant to any conversation we're having in politics. They can cry, they want to, but it's the tree that falls in the forest as it actually make us sound. I mean, no one's listening to CNN no one cares what they have to say. They're anchors are so discredited at this point. They have no news value whatsoever. It's all opinion. Donald Trump always used to ask me, who's the worst to us who traces the worst? And I said, well, none of them are really good. A few handfuls out there actually ask some good questions like newsmax and others. But CNN is the worst because they try to pretend as though what they're delivering every day is information and news. It's not. It's all biased. It's all opinion. And the whole thing's just a relevant. So I get why we're leading with this. I get the conversation, but at the same time, let's also not pretend and you went to a good litany of things, CNN had not covered as related to their own problems through a network.

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"hogan" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"hogan" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"This poem is filled with a wisdom of delight because it has a reminder of what's possible, particularly at the start when Linda Hogan speaks about myself merely small in the ocean of splendor and light. The reflections and distortions of us. There's a desire in these lines to see humanity among and alongside and with and permitted and small. There's a celebration here splendor and light. But there's a hint too that who's looking, reflections and distortions of us, which distortions are we going to pay attention to, and who are we going to distort in the name of the imagination we have of what humanity's place in the world is. And this, I think, is the deep and profound invitation and intelligence and wisdom of this poem, which is to recognize that any ways within which we need to readjust our engagement with the world inconvenient to some of those things might be that those are for the purpose of being able to reorient ourselves to being part of this splendid and beautiful and delightful way of being among nature that she's presenting.

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Tax Foundation Website Lists Top Marginal Rates by State

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Tax Foundation Website Lists Top Marginal Rates by State

"The combined federal and state top marginal income tax rates for each state under the Democrat Bill prepared by the tax foundation website by the way Here are the rates New York 66.2% California 64.7% New Jersey 63.2% Have I 62.4% Washington D.C. 62.2% Oregon 62% Minnesota 61.3% Larry Hogan Republican governor state Maryland He wants to be president at this clown 60.4% Vermont 60.2% Now in Kansas they massively increase the income tax under a Democrat governor It would be 59.6% in Kansas Delaware 59.3% So let's stop there for a moment One two three four 5 6 7 8 9 ten 11 12 So 11 The 11 top states tenor Democrat one has a Democrat governor who rammed this through Then we have Kasich Was the governor of Delaware for some time Excuse me They governor of Ohio for some time 59.1 percent Wisconsin 59.1% Mitch McConnell's Kentucky 58.9%

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The Facebook Whistleblower Is a Pro-Censorship Czar

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 8 months ago

The Facebook Whistleblower Is a Pro-Censorship Czar

"I turned to. Cbs to see what was on. And it was this. Facebook whistle blower found the whole thing to be really strange very staged very scripted. And so you have this whistle blower going on sixty minutes and said okay. This doesn't seem right just the way she was answering questions it was she kept on saying i want what's best for the company wants what's best for facebook and i think they're getting in their own way. So that's strange whistle blower the keeps on saying that you actually want what's best for the company that's kind of a weird way to frame it and so then today all of a sudden the whistle blowers in front of congress. That happened quickly. So you go from sixty minutes to congress and forty eight hours thirty six hours not even who put all that together. Is there a democrat staffer. That wants her to go in front of congress and so this woman who is testifying francis how gin. She's a thirty seven year old former facebook product manager who worked on the civic integrity issues at the company. Now mind you yesterday. Facebook was down mysteriously for five or six hours. And there is a theory out there. And i just want to reiterate it unsubstantiated and purely conjecture purely speculative that all of this is tied together that there might have been some sort of algorithm ix system reset within facebook which is why facebook went down for five hours yesterday. Why none of the people in charge of facebook seemed that confused or irritated when facebook went down. Purely unsubstantiated and speculative but it's interesting and it would make sense in a certain particular theory of analysis so francis hogan gets in front of facebook and she says something repeatedly look in order to save facebook from the children in order to save facebook or save children from facebook. We need more government regulation to monitor the political discourse on facebook so basically she is a pro censorship.

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New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:40 min | 8 months ago

New COVID-19 Variant of Interest Might Be Resistant to Vaccines

"World has a new covert nineteen very of interest with a would hogan association pointing to the new new variant of the disease which is off in south america. There of fish this ukraina virus vary could be better at evading vaccines thereby increasing concerns of making covered nineteen endemic in society scientists. Say the muir be one six to one variant. As a number of mutations would suggest it could be more resistant. Vaccines early studies. One five vaccine is less effective against the variant. Compared to other mutations in fact it's already been found in thirty nine counties and as a constellation of mutations that indicate potential properties of immune escape these include a mutation called p. Six hundred eighty one age which was first reported in the alpha variant and his potentially responsible faster transmission meal also has the mutations e four eighty four k and k four seventeen n which are associated with being able to evade antibodies against the corona virus and various other mutations include arthur forty-six k. And why one forty four t is consequences. Arizona known music already been reported in ten percent of cases sequenced by the university of miami and reuters reporting that seven fully vaccinated residents in a nursing home in belgium dying from emile outbreak. At this stage the global prevalence of the various among sequence covered nineteen cases is still below zero point one percent but it has consistently grown in countries such as colombia with thirty nine percent and ecuador with thirteen percent increase. Something to worry about

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Death Toll Rises in Northeast After Ida Remnants Drench Region

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Death Toll Rises in Northeast After Ida Remnants Drench Region

"Hurricane ida has killed at least fifty nine people across the us this week at least forty. Six of those deaths happened in the northeast. npr's jasmine gars reports the remnants of the hurricane in that region caused widespread destruction. New york subway system came to a slow start yesterday in other parts of the region like southern new jersey and pennsylvania were tornadoes leveled dozens of houses. Recovery will be slower while touring the damage new york city governor. Kathy hogan said it's time to accept climate change and storms like ida as a reality and strengthen infrastructure like the drainage and transportation system but the death toll in new york city has also highlighted the issue of precarious housing. Several of the deaths occurred in basement. Apartments in at least one family who drowned was living in unapproved

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Maryland Board of Education Votes to Implement Mask Mandate

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Maryland Board of Education Votes to Implement Mask Mandate

"Board of Education has approved a motion that would require students and staffers to wear masks and all public schools statewide. Not a done. Deal still has to be approved by a General Assembly committee and governor Larry Hogan has said he wants to leave mask mandates up to local school boards

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Maryland Board of Education to Host Special Meeting on Statewide School Mask Mandate

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Maryland Board of Education to Host Special Meeting on Statewide School Mask Mandate

"Vote today may change that. A special meeting is coming this afternoon to be held by the State Board of Education, which is considering an emergency regulation that would require face coverings in all schools. Some local districts already have mandates in place. Others like Carroll County, do not. As the first day of school approaches for some counties next week on Monday, Governor Hogan has not favoured a statewide mandate giving local school boards the option to choose their own path. If adopted, the emergency regulation would need final approval from state lawmakers before taking effect. Ken Duffy, w T. O P News special education teacher at Paint Branch High School in Montgomery County, has been placed on one

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Maryland Governor Says He Got Booster Shot of COVID-19 Vaccine

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Maryland Governor Says He Got Booster Shot of COVID-19 Vaccine

"Says the state can't wait the eight month interval to get booster shots and arms, he tells CBS's face the nation. He wants to see people who need them get them sooner were already preparing in our state to start doing boosters for our nursing home residents and people that are in vulnerable populations. We want to get that final okay from the federal government, governor Hogan went on to say the state is pushing for final FDA. Approval in the final, Okay for younger kids to get the booster shot. Hogan, who is a cancer survivor, also says he received his booster shot last weekend feels great.

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"hogan" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

04:15 min | 10 months ago

"hogan" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"And you don't have to change from how you would use it in non blazer scenario. It's a lovely piece technology. And i'm i'm assuming the answer is it doesn't change but it doesn't change on whether blazer clients blizzard to recite worked on both scenarios for me so i was able to run just fine. It's excellent What you've kind of mentioned Your plural site but what other resources might appoint people to in certainly point them to that one but what other resources field to. Who are trying to start plugging pollyanna because They heard about how wonderful this. My blog has a ton of free contents. There is probably twenty or more posts full source code. Download a solution press. Even it will run for you. <hes> gets the Repository has a lot of discussions and has pretty good documentation. Simple examples are one or two zero psych courses that have modules on poly mixed in with them. I don't have the names of those off. Hand stack overflow has some questions. There is a a slack channel as well. That people can join polly slack. I'm honored jody williams on dylan rosenberger and a few others. I don't have as much time as i used to. Thanks to the situation. We're in. But i try to check it every few weeks answer any questions. What has been helpful in your career that you might share with those just getting started or those looking to level up their own careers. Attending meets helps was one of the. I suppose most enlightening things i did and it wasn't you know that every presentation was amazing or anything but i met people who were so much more advanced than i was and they were learning in incredibly active ways whereas i was at the time picking things up as i needed it and it changed me from that sort of passive learning to you know what i'm going to learn something new by myself figuring out. Try it out. And that was sort of the genesis of the blog and the blog has become an incredible way for to learn. Because i don't write about something until. I think i've done at relatively well and i've been out the blog since twenty thirteen. And i try to broaden and diversify my topic stairs while so i'm the last six seven months i've written quite a lot on dot net on aws and that's been again a great way of learning new things and then also the podcast has been a way of talking to people that i would have no business talking to so i could reach out to john. Ski john join make podcast. Yeah and it was on the podcast. And i learned all about not-i'm from him same thing with lice billy wagner torgersen santa maria guy or i'm kinda amazing a lot of the microsoft but pretty much having that ability to talk to people who are setting the agenda and our massive massive influence on our industry and learn from them. It's amazing and able to give that back then as well to people and you know some of the guests that are on. I let twitter. Know that i'm having the on and i ask people to suggest questions for them and the questions are usually better than anything i would ask because you know it's crowd sourced than people have very very specific things. I would like to know. Well i think we forgot to mention the name of your podcasts. Note the note dogma. Podcast <hes> but Where where else our listeners. Go to follow and keep up bo you sort of keep up with. Which were. i'm not particularly active on twitter. Put a tweet. I've posted a blog. I posted a podcast. So no dogma blog and a podcast and the two primary things if you typed into google. It should bring you to me but dm's are open on twitter at people wanna get in touch and you can find e mail on the on all of my websites and the blog and a podcast have contact forms as well fantastic brian. Thanks so much for joining us tonight. We're really appreciate you taking time to speak with us. And thank you very much pleasure. That was brian hogan. Brian is a software architect microsoft.

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"hogan" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

The Impact of Leadership

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"hogan" Discussed on The Impact of Leadership

"She's always been a rock for me a creative driving force in the company and just someone that challenges me and understands me as another significant milestone for us was nine years ago we decided or i decided at that time that we needed to have a digital department. I completely understood that. Facebook with with all the different digital advertising coming aboard and social media. And things like that that. That wasn't something that i had received an education on while in college and it was something that i i could see. The writing on the wall was going to be pretty influential in the marketing world. And i decided to start putting my feelers out for somebody that was talented in this area and that was actually. When i recruited my husband john hogan he had started a he was helping lead in initiative started digital department locally and he was actually trying to compete against me. School i when He wasn't my husband back then. But i brought him in to chat with me and to better understand a skill set and i realize that he was going to be part of needed to be part of our team because he was a leader in this area and in i i knew i needed him over the past Since two thousand eight we have expanded our office five or six times. We started in a very tiny office in twin lakes wisconsin My dad was fortunate enough to give us a low rent. An opportunity to move in there and quickly. We needed an office in kenosha as well. We're now located in the harbor building. Downtown where a three years ago. We built out our custom sweet that i never ever want to move out of We now have our own studio for doing video as well as photography as well as just a beautiful space for our team to spread out on. We continue to reflect. I would say that just where why we continue to grow and in what continues to drive us as we continue to reflect on what makes us successful in which clients that we fit best with we definitely a few years ago decided that we were only going to take on new clients whose values allying with us and that that's been akitas our success in in the team's overall happiness and improving that and since we made that decision. We've definitely improved. Our overall morale is.

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"hogan" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"hogan" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Is to help as many people as possible avoid financial traps and set their families up for the future. His book retire inspired. It's not an age. It's a financial number is number one national bestseller. And the chris hogan show is millions of downloads. Chris's also a regular contributor to the entreleadership podcast atop podcast on business leadership. He is also the author of everyday millionaires. How ordinary people build extraordinary wealth. And how you can to chris so glad to welcome you to the show. Well thank you dave. It's a pleasure to be with you with so much around money and wealth. I know there's a lot of nuts and bolts things we can do. And we're gonna get into that but there's also a lot of psychology around this and it and it requires sometimes to unlearn some of the assumptions. We've had and i'm curious for you having now been in a place where you advise so many. What's one myth that you had about money as a kid. Or maybe even a young adult that you've had to unlearn over these years That's a great question. I think i. I grew up believing in order to have wealth. You had to be born into it. Meaning that it was something that had to be left to you or you had to be a pro athlete or entertainer in order to get to that level. What's different about what you think now on that well. I know that it was completely false. I mean it's one of those where you said it right where there are some things that we have to unlearn or relearn and really getting an opportunity to interact with pro athletes entertainers and some people that did inherit. I've met many more people that have built wealth on their own as opposed to people that fell into those categories. And so seeing it now and haven't done the largest study of millionare's it's ever been done. We talked over ten thousand. I now know the truth and know what's possible for people regardless of where they are. I wanna ask you about that study because it is fascinating. Some of the data that came out of this. Who did you look at in this huge study. It's the biggest one ever done like you said you know. Of course we started with millionaire next door. That book was very influential in my life in the nineties and looking at it and digging in they studied around eight hundred people and so proving to move in this direction and really wanting to know. What's possible and what's going on..

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"hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"hogan" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"Chris Hogan from the Chris Hogan show Welcome to the BiggerPockets money podcast. I'm so excited to have you today. Well, thank you. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be with you all we have actually met before I'm sure you remember we were at them come together with two thousand other people so I know I'm sure you remember. So Chris you have a song called everyday millionaires where you conducted a study of over ten thousand millionaires to figure out how they became a millionaire and what I really identified with in this book is that it isn't winning the lottery or getting generational wealth, you know, inheriting your money. It's making it yourself doing it yourself investing it yourself and growing it yourself. How does a baby start when they have come from a place where they don't know anything about money. Hm, you know, that's a great question and I think the first thing you have to do the start point is to believe wage. It's possible for you and I say that because when if you don't believe you can you won't and so the mindset around it and understanding the reason we did the largest study wage. There's ever done before was to really break down a lot of myths to be able to help people see it and understand it so they can then choose to believe that they can then the next step is grow your knowledge about money. How does this stuff work? What are the things you need to do? And then the third aspect of it is taking action and so really just sum it all up in one word having someone start intention a very intentionally. Yes. I love that. I love that one of the big questions that we get a lot from people who listen to the show is that they listen but their spouse off their board, but their spouse is not how are you get somebody on board who feel I mean the whole thing about, you know, we have to fix our finances we have to get out of debt that when I am not ready wage. Hear that that tells me I have to cut out everything that's enjoyable in my life. I have to stop doing anything fun and just buckle down and have a horrible horrible life and it's just not true. I think the wrong place to start as I'd advise people in start from.

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"hogan" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

Podcast – Women in Leadership

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"hogan" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership

"Is Professor Linda Hogan fellow of Trinity College Dublin. What covered crisis has done is really allowed us to take a time to pause and wage to ask ourselves. Is this the kind of society that we want to live in what kind of future do we want for coming generations and is the lifestyle that we have adopted sustainable and is a professor of economics and former Vice Provost of the college. She sees a vital role for colleges not just to be centers of excellence for teaching.

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"hogan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"hogan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"And I like you all to see what you can do to help. We all know Michael Hogan he played salt tied on Battle Star Galactica among his many other roles instead of me telling you what happened best that I read what his wife. Susan wrote. You probably know Michael as an act or maybe as a friend acquaintance coworker father grandfather or a husband my husband I am Susan Hogan and I married his extraordinary man. We've been each other's best friends for decades on February seventeenth twenty, twenty everything changed drastically in our world. Michael was in Vancouver participating in a Battle Star GALACTICA convention, and at dinner following his day's work he fell hit his head hard. He went to bed that night not realizing that the impact had caused a massive bring bleed. He was unable to be woken the next morning and was taken to Vancouver. General. Hospital. And emergency surgery was performed. It took fifty seven staples to close the part of his skull that they had to remove in order to reach the damage. The accident has left him with complete paralysis on his leg side memory loss, cognitive impairment, and an inability to swallow. And things became incredibly more difficult during this code pandemic. Visits by family were restricted and then denied with no Keretapi psychotherapist were speech therapist allowed in needless to say this life changing injury has sent him soon, Nami of heartbreak through the family, and while recovery is relying heavily on contact with family as critical members of the healthcare team. The agony of separation is indescribable. been researching exactly his condition and what to do and this past June eighteen he was moved to the Berkeley Care Center in North Vancouver. Susan is allowed limited supervised. Visits socially distance no contact. No touching not even a smile can be given to exchange through the mandatory face masks. For someone with rain injury, a face, a smile the contact with a family member is critical for grounding. To be denied. She says, it's tortuous. Now. What can we do? There is a gofundme page and you might look at it and you say, Hey, they raised a lot of money already. Let me tell you medical expenses are very expensive for a condition like this. So even if they meet their goal, they're going to probably need more. So you go to go fund me DOT COM forward. Slash. F forward slash Michael Hogan Dash Fund and there you can contribute give what you can. It would really be a big help to help this amazing actor. You can pay pal his wife Susan Hogan or you can mail a check payable to Susan Hogan to Michael and Susan Hogan Care of Sherry, alrich Po box one five to Bowen. Island B C v O n one G oh. It's really tragic when something like this happens especially to an artist we all know well. I'm sure there's a lot of people better suffered brain injuries as well. So some view might have relatives and friends and you know how incredibly difficult and critical it is to treat this and to keep treating it. So..

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"hogan" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Flexible work, and not expressly authorized or requested by any candidate or any candidates, political committee, or any of its agents, said morning America. This is the cuts roundtable contents. TV's here with the today at the roundtable deputy White House press. Carey Hogan Gets Lee and we're GONNA. Talk about some of the things going on good morning hogging. How are you? Good morning doing really well. Thanks so much for having me on. Now the the president signed an executive order bothering police reform this week. It seems like the policemen or revoking about what's going on some of our cities and states. I didn't think that should be handled. Well, I think the president doing a great job kind of talking about both sides here because he was asked recently, how do you? How do you balance law and order with compassion? And he said you gotta? Do both and you know this whole notion that somehow compassionate to allow police officers to not do their jobs and leave innocent Americans to defend their own businesses fend for themselves. Is is lunacy. I mean it is compassionate to make sure that we protect those who can't protect themselves. And so when police officers across this country for many mayors and governors have been told not to engage with looters and rioters. You see what happens. You don't have to guess what would happen if this defunding police movement actually took hold. This president wants to defend the police instead because they put their lives online every day protecting us, so you don't have to guess 'cause. I mentioned I if they went away tomorrow. What would happen because you saw it? Across? The cities in this country where where storefronts or smashed in and and merchandise. Stolen cars were burnt out. They set fire to churches. They burned down. Historic Pieces here in Washington DC in Lafayette, Park across from the White House, they would drag you know innocent people out into the streets and just beat them senseless. Lying in a pool of their own blood left to fend for themselves. That's not compassionate, so the president sent a really good job, not only defending the police and the job they have to do now. Listen. We all saw the video of George Floyd. I mean it's unacceptable. th that was so agreed in so many ways, and it makes your heart go out to the family. And, the president said listen the overwhelming majority of our law. Enforcement across this country are are great people. They're. Hard working men and women who sacrificed so much to protect US each and every day, but there there are a couple out there who don't do things. The right way into the president said I'm going to bring all the stakeholders in bringing families in and talk to them about the tragic loss of loved ones at the hands of police officers I'm GonNa Bring in law enforcement groups as well and talk to them. We're GONNA. Come to some consensus here on how we can protect not just the. The police officer, but you know the the the people there? There's one to protect as well. So how did we get that done? And the president came out and said look here. Let's let's sign executive order more than Barack. Obama ever did and does a good job, not just saying we need better training for police officers I mean in Minneapolis..

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"hogan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on WTOP

"Larry Hogan is holding a news briefing right now where he's unveiled his long promised roadmap to recovery for Maryland it's based in part on White House guidelines that were issued last week Hogan said Maryland is not yet ready to lift stay at home restrictions but it's dramatically increasing covert nineteen testing which means they expect more cases to be reported in the meantime the governor says the state will closely follow the rate of hospitalizations and the number of patients being admitted to intensive care units now to Virginia the may fifth elections have been pushed back two weeks to may nineteenth governor Ralph Northam made the announcement during his briefing this afternoon the elections include more than two hundred public offices across the Commonwealth and president trump signed to the almost half a trillion dollar bill that aids employers and hospitals under stress from the corona virus pandemic three twenty one as many hospitals struggle to provide coronavirus care they are being warned about another potential threat homeland security put out a bulletin that overwhelmed hospitals could become targets for terrorists or extremists the statement says possible attackers might try exploiting the bad situation even with violence and they add terrorists could also put pressure on vulnerable individuals to commit acts against the health care community meantime an Israeli owned company is being accused of using malicious spyware to attack mobile phones in the US and there appears to be some evidence behind that accusation Facebook which owns whatsapp presented what it believes is evidence in court proving that NSO an Israeli based company used servers in the US to hack whats app and allow with Pegasus software to attack more than a thousand users the significance of these attacks is that the iPhone to more than fourteen hundred people were infected with spyware that took control of their phones without them even lifting a finger to accept the call or click on an infected link and SO we previously denied its product which is used by numerous foreign governments to spy around the world was being used in the U. S. JJ green WTOP news three twenty three apple is out with a new iPhone is it worth it there are less expensive android phones on the market but if you really want an iPhone the apple iPhone S. E. it's a very good bargain at three hundred ninety nine dollars it has the basic technology of the much more expensive iPhone eleven in a smaller package it doesn't have all of the features of the iPhone eleven but it does have the same process there and of course the same iOS operating system that CBS news technology consultant Larry maggot when you're in Baltimore look up the for too long there will be a camera equipped planes up there surveilling the city twenty four seven the new police pilot program was just okayed by a federal judge who ruled against a challenge from area activists and a think tank the groups believe that kind of surveillance violates first and Fourth Amendment rights the pilot program will use three planes and last for six months police hope they'll help solve a number of crimes including murders coming up next in money news the Dow is nicely higher today money news coming up in just a minute I'm Jeff label it's three twenty four hi I'm single phone a new look comes on these are strange times for all of us the question we all faces.

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"hogan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on WTOP

"Workers governor Larry Hogan concedes that the states to the federal government are competing on the open market for the same limited supply ventilators and personal protective equipment for hospital staff the bottom line is there just aren't enough to go around for what everybody desperately needs and we've got to figure out the best way to to fix a really bad situation Hogan says the system is needed to share the limited but critical supplies in an interview on C. span governor Hogan said dramatic improvements have been made in corona virus testing but not fast enough we still got a long way to go Dickey only on WTOP news in Maryland the presidential primary has been pushed to June second but it's still not clear exactly how it will be run the Maryland state board of elections is recommending conducting the primary entirely by mail because of the corona virus risk to poll workers and voters but state Senate president bill Ferguson and house speaker Adrian Jones don't agree they sent a letter to governor Larry Hogan advocating for at least some in person voting writing that it would demonstrate that democracy can still flourish in the middle of a public health emergency the lawmakers and advocacy groups say they understand the board's predicament but they hope that a plan for limited in person voting could be achieved in a safe way recommendations are expected to be finalized at a board of elections meeting tomorrow and then sent on to the governor Bruce Allen WTOP news while much of the country has been shut down many national parks remain open but there is mounting pressure to close them at least seven.

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"hogan" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"I agree? I think that you know that's the time when you're going through some kind of grief or loss where you feel like the rug has been pulled out from under your feet and you feel at a and I think that practicing discipline of self care can be a way of just a you know almost leg nurturing yourself in taking care of yourself through that tough time and you know you don't mean to make any drastic changes but just reminding yourself that you need to get enough sleep that you need to still be eating that you need to be talking to someone about your what you're going through that you need to keep the prayer life going even if you feel mad at God for what happened and I think that self care can kind of guide you through again at a loss. I don't know what to do but I know I can at least take care of myself until I kind of figure things out and you're not being selfish right. No I mean I think when you think when you think about the oxygen mask analogy or when you see healthcare as that external sign of knowing God's love for you God loves me for as I am right now with my imperfections and everything and he's not saying all of you when you perfect. He sang a lovely right now. And I think if we truly recognize that I think we would be just glowing right. I think we would see no. I need to get enough sleep select. I am ready for the next day that I can. I can do it. God called me to do so that I can be the best instrument for what he wants me to do in the world. I know I need to get enough You know proper nutrition or I know that it needs to be managing stress. Because if I let my best then God can use me in the best way Julia. This is a fantastic work and I wish we had more time. Any final thoughts You know I think the most important thing that maybe to take away is. It doesn't have to be an overwhelming task to practice self care and it doesn't need to be intimidating and it's not something that is only for people who have some sort of special talent for it. It's something that we all need. Something we can all do and my hope is that my book was able to translate that in just a digestible. easy to implement way. Keep writing those research papers will you? I will them we please submitting them into the universe right. Yeah that's right to keep doing that because universities have benefited from it tremendously and the Holy Spirit and again. Thank you so much with Julia. Marie Hogan we've gone inside the pages of it's okay to start with you to learn more about this book or to obtain a copy. Go to OS FEET DOT com. The website ports publisher our Sunday visitor or you can find it at any fine Catholic bookstore. You also can visit Julia's website at Julia. Marie Hogan Dot Com to hear and or to download this conversation. Along with hundreds of other spiritual formation programs visit discerning hearts dot Com. This has been a production of discerning hearts. I'm your host. Chris McGregor you help them. If this has been helpful for you that you will. I pray for our mission. And if you feel worthy consider a charitable donation which is fully tax deductible to help support our efforts but most of all. We hope that you will tell a friend about discerning hearts. Dot Com and join US next time for inside the pages insights from today's most compelling..

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"hogan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on WTOP

"Governor Larry Hogan making the announcement in a statement this week this brings Maryland's total to twelve and pushes the area's total number of confirmed cases this morning to over thirty Maryland's governor Larry Hogan said he does not have plans to ban large gatherings I was the governor of Maryland not gonna make decisions about which event to close which school to close what individual jurisdiction should do we're gonna give them the best advice and guidelines we can Hogan says state and local health departments will make the call on things like any school closures the governor says the status of twelve Marylanders aboard the grand princess cruise ship in California he is a concern well the federal government wants passengers quarantine down military bases Hogan says we have informed the department of health and Human Services that they must test all twelve of these passengers for covert nineteen on the military bases before we take any steps to return them here to Maryland take Ryan WTOP news inside DC mayor Muriel Bowser declaring a state of emergency and public health emergency Mehrabad losers emergency declarations will allow the city to order medical quarantine if necessary and prosecute any cases of illegal price gouging our duty now as citizens is to try to contain the spread of germs in this virus and our communities the head of the DC department of health Dr look quandrum Nesbitt says not all cases of coronavirus in DC are due to international travel we have person to person transmission occurring and the district of Columbia the health department is recommending nonessential gatherings of one thousand or more be postponed or canceled and Dr Nesbitt said the rules could change based on the spread of the virus take you only Arnold WTOP news the national cathedral closing its doors we hear and effort to protect the staff and thousands who would otherwise attend mass and move through the area all of his couple churches across the area closing for two weeks those in charge of other houses of worship are reevaluating the national cathedral is closing for two weeks due to concerns it could contribute to the spread of corona virus by hosting worshippers and tourists we've been seeing this is somewhat inevitable but we kind of hope that we would never get to this point Kevin extreme with the cathedral says it will live stream it's Sunday now so parishioners of the dozens of other churches close by the episcopal diocese of Washington can virtually attend service the archdiocese of Arlington is granting dispensation from the Sunday mass obligation to those who are especially vulnerable to the corona virus including parishioners over sixty years old those with chronic illnesses and their caretakers the archdiocese of Washington joins them and stopping the use of the common chalice suspending the sign of peace and emptying holy water fonts Meghan clarity WTOP news or something this morning we've never seen before March madness without screaming basketball fans in the.

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"hogan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hogan says this latest selloff may not be over yet but Hogan the chief market strategist with national securities also says this kind of thing happens from time to time and as of this trade have extended we are certainly in the short run over by in treasuries were certainly oversold stocks because it happened so quickly we've moved away from our average prices abruptly in a short period of time he says bottom line the markets hate uncertainty and worries over what coronavirus could do to the global economy is a big question mark Terry Alden or ABC news the largest spec industrial building to ever break ground in the valley is now under construction at I. ten and loop three oh three junction Phoenix space to trap properties is building the one point three million square foot structure that has no tenants yet the vision here was to build something that was to scale that met the needs in the current market place there are a lot of companies that are that are in need of of large space he did manually track property says this is a warehouse for large E. commerce companies food and beverage companies or healthcare the project should be done by December well here's your feel good story for the day a picture of a Phoenix police officer holding an elderly man's hand and has gone viral nineteen year veteran of the Phoenix police department officer Joseph Mayfield says he saw the older gentleman in the parking lot of the desert sky mall he was afraid that if he walks too fast he's gonna fall over that's when officer may feel decided to take him by the hand and help him to where he needed to be inside the mall I started to leave and I stopped I thought well if you needed assistance to get here spike in and need assistance to get back so just waited for little did he know someone in the parking lot captured it on camera posting it to Instagram saying quote thank you for all you do the motto is serve and protect I don't think it's by coincidence that service comes first and protection comes later alley that KTAR news you can read more about the story see the picture that went viral at KTAR dot com K. D. A. R. news time five oh seven is there a cell in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center if you're coming in bound on I. ten I am seeing that slow spot on I. ten eastbound between Lichfield road and dice art and if you're up in the north part of the valley the live one on one that looks good so that's running delay free no worries there on the loop one oh one from seventy Fifth Avenue all the way to Scottsdale around Haden let's see nineteen th Avenue that is closed in both directions at Broadway that's all due to a fatal accident from.

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"hogan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Maryland governor Larry Hogan sat down this morning for an interview with politico and was asked what he thought of the impeachment trial of president trump the moderate Republican essentially put a pox on the house for not following the process to call witnesses and on the Senate for not allowing witnesses to be called either well I don't think Congress did their job but the American people will and I act I have more faith in the American people make that decision in November and that's what they're gonna get to do Hogan will appear with the president tonight at a dinner for the national governors association which Hogan leads also new this hour in around the county police have released the name of the alleged gunman who shot two police officers early yesterday as they tried to bring him in for questioning in relation to a murder in Glen Burnie on Wednesday twenty two year old Joseph Willis of Pasadena is charged with first degree murder and attempted first degree murder police will release more information at a news conference this afternoon a red flag loaded authorize local law enforcement to confiscate weapons from those deemed to be dangerous to themselves and others it's close to passage in Virginia but some of those charged with enforcing the law don't want it including Loudon county sheriff Mike Chapman well we always try to do is de escalate situations or when you go in and you start demanding people turn over the firearms is only going to escalate situation and and I think that that adds another danger Chapman tells W. I. males Larry o'connor that law enforcement already has protective orders and other tools in place to keep potential attackers away from potential victims a swath of swastika graffiti another incident that prompted Montgomery County schools to address hate and bias discrimination in any form will not be tolerated Montgomery County schools deputy superintendent Monique that make night sad a new initiative project interrupt will include training students and staff to identify and respond to hate and bias incidents students at silver creek middle school already took action after swastikas were drawn in their school last year they work with the leaders at silver creek middle school to say you know Hey this is what we need in this is what we need from the adults and this is how we think this would be an approach that would be meaningful to our student body had Curtis on WMAL and WMAL dot com you'll be seeing a lot of Mike Bloomberg and its surrogates in the coming days in Virginia political analyst Dr Steven Farnsworth what happened in Virginia seems to matter a lot more than what happened in Michigan in terms of the attention that reporters of give the state and so if we can do well in Virginia Bloomberg can count on a on a lot of media coverage of that fact at this hour the Dow is down two hundred ten points the nasdaq off sixty one up next traffic and weather if.

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"hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"They're broke. Right. Well, how is that? How did they come into more money than most people will ever see in their lifetime? They got that in a year, and it's gone. Well, they didn't have these characteristics. Or they didn't have them as it relates with money. They could have been goal oriented or hard workers. But were they intentional with their finances that they know that building wealth takes consistency. So they were missing some key components that caused them to lose their wealth instead of building it. Yeah. Yeah. Man. This is powerful. What I like most about it is that it's it's the research that's the data behind it. But it's giving us who are. Everyday ordinary men who maybe don't have the highest paying jobs or or the highest level of education. But it gives us some optimism that these types of wealth type stories are true. And they can happen for us if we implement the five things you're talking about here. We it really is an I think that's the key message. I want people to get from the book as they read it and it set up so great, you know, my editorial team and research team here phenomenal. You're going to have an opportunity to read the stats about these over ten thousand millionaires that I've talked to you're going to have an opportunity to learn about the attributes and the things that they did. But most importantly, mafia, part of the book are the stories. We have real stories of the millionaires inside of the book throughout the chapters where really talking about and drilling down into the individual millionaire story and people are going to enjoy reading those stories hearing about the obstacles and challenges that they overcame, but how they did it and. So that excites me, and I think people are really and truly going to enjoy this message. I know they will. And I know we're just scratching the surface on the depth of work that you and Dave Ramsey have been doing over the past decades. These guys really need to reach out need to read this book, but they need to reach out and figure out what else you guys are offering because there's so much valuable insight into what you're doing. So as we wind down today, I want to ask you a couple of digital questions. The first one I did prepare you for a little bit. And that is what does it mean to be a man, you know, as you think about being a man, I think there's a few things I think it's striving to be better. But I think protecting and serving then looking at your family looking at your career really understanding that you've got an opportunity to get better to be able to grow in many many areas, and it's going to be based on the knowledge that you gain and the people that you hang out with excellent. And how do we connect with you? And find out about the book find out about the work, you're doing and the lectures and everything else that you have going on. Yeah. Well, I mean, it's real easy. You can get connected with me by going to Chris HOGAN, three sixty. Dot com. That's my website. It'll tell you about the Chris HOGAN show, they'll tell you about the book, I've got some free resources and tools on my website to help people in this financial area..

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"hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"hogan" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"But for now, let's get into this conversation. I can't even begin to describe how excited I am Chris HOGAN and his team reached out to me about three weeks ago. And sent me a pre release copy of his new book, everyday millionaires and read this book. I really really enjoy the premise of it. And there's a lot of practical advice in here, that's really gonna help you. And and I know a lot of you guys are familiar with with Chris HOGAN already especially because so many of you probably follow Dave Ramsey. He works close with Dave. And he's a regular contributor of that podcast entree leadership. But he also hosts his own podcast Chris HOGAN show on he talks about the very financial principles and success strategies that he's. Gonna share with us today. Disguise a bestselling author. He's a personal finance expert. He's a former all American football player, and he uses all of the -nology has the experience and everything else to help families across the nation set themselves up right for retirement. And today he's here to talk with us about how to do the same. Chris thanks for joining me on the show today. Oh, thank you. It's good to be with you. Yeah. I've been looking for to this conversation. I've been following you for for quite a while now, and I had my feet in the financial industry as well. For about a decade before I really got into this line of work. So I'm excited to have this conversation because I think there's a lot of a lot of myths. There's a lot of misinformation out there regarding what it takes to be a millionaire, and I'm excited to dispel some of those myths today. Well, thank you. I'm looking forward to it. And so if you've been in the financial sector like me, you know, there are a lot of different thoughts and a lot of different opinions out there and people can get confused yet. It's I wonder why there's so many opinions because I mean, it's easy to say that financials is just math. But I guess there's a lot of emotion that goes behind it as well. Which is what causes us to have some of these differing opinions as to what it takes to build wealth. Right. Well, I think so I think you're right. And because it's an area that people don't understand really, well, and what you don't understand you, Tim. Mm to resist or avoid. And so I think with that. There are these different schools of thought out there that are looking to get people that are at different levels. And so, you know, the main thing for me, and what we do here at Ramsey solution is that we wanna lay it out. And we want to show people not only the information, but showed them the way and the process to be able to walk. So they can get results gave find it that a lot of people resist gaining this kind of information. It seems to me a lot of people at best case scenario outsource their finances. They really do initially when I was in the banking world. And even when I started here, I was working with a lot of pro athletes entertainers musicians, these were people that were highly skilled at what they did. But they didn't have the the knowledge about money. They knew they needed it. They knew they needed to do the right things with it. But it wasn't something that they wanted to learn. And so with me, I told him I said, you know, what listen I have some knowledge of vehicles, but anything outside of changing the oil in my. Car anything that needs to be done. I go see a professional. I said so there's nothing wrong with getting guidance. But what you don't want to do as ever turn over the responsibility or the obligation to anyone else. That's something that has to stay with you. Yeah. I like that distinction. And and that's really what it is. Somebody can help you out. I mean, I was a financial adviser. Like, I said for for about ten years, I had some clients who didn't even want to know what was going on with their money at all. And I had others who wanted to be involved in wanted to know, what's what was happening. But understood that I was the professional and deferred to me when it came to some of the strategies they were implementing, and I think that was a huge distinguishing factor between those who are successful with their money..

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