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 Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

"There's a verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault lawsuit near Los Angeles a civil jury in Santa Monica California has found that Bill Cosby did sexually abuse a 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975 the Los Angeles County jury delivered the verdict in favor of Judy huff who is now 64 and awarded her half a $1 million Juris found that Cosby intentionally caused harmful sexual contact with huff that he reasonably believed that she was under 18 and that his conduct was driven by unnatural or abnormal sexual interest in a minor It is a major defeat for the 84 year old entertainer who was once held as America's dad It comes nearly a year after

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Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

"Cruising arguments have been made in the sexual abuse trial of Bill Cosby in California Here's what the jurors got to hear A prosecutor told jurors they should know in their hearts that Bill Cosby did sexually assault Judy huff at the Playboy mansion in 1975 when she was just 16 and that they should hold him accountable for that an attorney for the comedian told the panel to look past years of public accusations against the actor and comedian and consider only what was presented in this case Cosby's lawyers say this in the matter at hand hoth in her attorneys did not come close to proving what they call a 50 year old he said she said case Cosby did not testify in the civil lawsuit the jury did see a 2015 deposition that he gave in it he denies any sexual contact between him and huff she says however he forced her to do a sex act on him I'm Oscar wells

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'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

AP News Radio

01:34 min | 2 months ago

'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

"Could the title of a video game tilt the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in favor of the comedian The Twinkie defense the affluenza defense and now the donkey Kong defense is coming into play this time in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case and attorney for the comedian for us to key witness over her previous statements about which arcade game she was playing when she and plaintiff Judy hoth were in the Playboy mansion with Bill Cosby as teens in 1975 huff alleges that she and Donna samuelsson were playing video games in a large room with a bedroom next to it both in a 2014 police interview and a 2016 deposition Samuelson said she was playing donkey Kong Cosby's lawyers no donkey Kong did not come out until 1981 6 years later As to explain the discrepancy Samuelson answered I got the name wrong Samuelson and the jury was shown a photo of the game room that was taken in 2016 there of donkey Kong game could be seen and Samuelson was asked for the similar photos taken after 1975 could have affected her memory and testimony Samuelsson replied that she had not seen that image until the 2016 photo was shown to her in court during testimony last week Cosby's attorneys plan to argue to the jury that the discrepancy should undermine the case against the comedian Cosby's attorneys feel that if the jury believes samuelsson was lying about the title of the video game it would undercut her testimony that Cosby approached her from behind and put his hands on her shoulders and testimony from hoth that the comedian forced her to do a sex act on him A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Distraught teen told of Cosby sex abuse, friend testifies

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Distraught teen told of Cosby sex abuse, friend testifies

"The first day of testimony is done in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in California I want to go I want to leave Those are the words of witnesses a 16 year old Judy huff told her minutes after a force sexual encounter with Bill Cosby at the Playboy mansion in the mid 1970s Donna Samuelson huff's best friend at the time was the first witness in the case in which hoth is suing Cosby for assault Samuelson who was just 17 said she wanted to spend the rest of the day at the famed celebrity playpen and was upset that her year younger friend wanted to leave until she told her Cosby had tried to have sex with her Samuelson shot two photos of Cosby and huffed together that day images shown constantly to the jury on day one of the trial A Moscow's Gabriel

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Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

"A new Bill Cosby's sexual assault case gets underway today Bill Cosby will be sitting this one out the aging comedian to remain at his home near Philadelphia while his attorneys duke it out with accuser Judy huff in a suburban Los Angeles courthouse huth claims Cosby took her to the Playboy mansion in 1975 and forced her to perform a sex act on him she says she was 16 at the time the case will hinge mainly on her memory of the incident along with photo and archive evidence her side will present to support her claim Cosby's attorneys do acknowledge Cosby took Hough to the Playboy mansion but they insist there was no sexual assault and that huff was not a minor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

"Don't don't don't don't look look look look now now now now but but but but there's there's there's there's another another another another Bill Bill Bill Bill Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby sex sex sex sex assault assault assault assault trial trial trial trial on on on on the the the the horizon horizon horizon horizon this this this this one one one one in in in in California California California California jury jury jury selection selection selection begins begins begins next next next week week week in in in a a a case case case in in in which which which the the the comedian comedian comedian is is is accused accused accused of of of sexually sexually sexually assaulting assaulting assaulting a a a teenager teenager teenager at at at the the the playboy playboy playboy mansion mansion mansion in in in Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles nearly nearly nearly a a a half half half century century century ago ago ago Bill Bill Bill Cosby Cosby Cosby is is is not not not expected expected expected to to to attend attend attend the the the proceedings proceedings proceedings but but but his his his lawyers lawyers lawyers will will will be be be there there there and and and they're they're they're already already already trying trying trying to to to get get get the the the case case case thrown thrown thrown out out out before before before it it it starts starts starts the the the issue issue issue is is is a a a recent recent recent filing filing filing by by by plaintiff plaintiff plaintiff Judy Judy Judy Huff Huff Huff she she she said said said she she she now now now believes believes believes the the the assault assault assault was was was in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen seventy seventy seventy five five five when when when she she she was was was sixteen sixteen sixteen and and and not not not seventy seventy seventy four four four when when when she she she was was was fifteen fifteen fifteen Cosby's Cosby's Cosby's lawyers lawyers lawyers say say say that that that to to to torpedo torpedo torpedo the the the case case case entirely entirely entirely the the the judge judge judge seems seems seems inclined inclined inclined to to to disagree disagree disagree the the the trial trial trial is is is set set set to to to begin begin begin Monday Monday Monday I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel

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Piers Morgan Edited Interview to Spin Against Trump

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Piers Morgan Edited Interview to Spin Against Trump

"Big controversy President Trump got angry he was being grilled By the fierce Piers Morgan bring up with his accent and so forth And about the election Do you have proof He was sort of doing the British imitation of Chris Wallace Or on him in a moment too It's amazing how the market works And brooms out the the dust Anyway what happened Well apparently Morgan and the Morgan heights with whom he surrounds himself have absolutely destroyed the editing process of that interview with president Trump at least that's the allegation Breitbart's got a great write up on it All of us do blaze media does others do Apparently pierce if that is his name that were my name I would change it but nonetheless that's his name They edited to make it look like at the end it was extremely controversial The president didn't want to talk to him anymore He got up in a huff told the cameras to shut off and walk down That's not what happened Because president Trump was very sharp about this They taped it too And they released that tape And that shows how the interview editing process was manipulated to create controversy to try and help Piers Morgan

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Amber Athey: NBC Defends Trump Over Piers Morgan Interview

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Amber Athey: NBC Defends Trump Over Piers Morgan Interview

"But don't you find it strange amber that you know what You have this interview yesterday unquestionably selectively edited between Donald Trump and Piers Morgan right Piers here's definitely edits this thing to make it look like Donald Trump stormed off Listen whether you should be interviewing with peers or not that's for another day but there's no question it's selectively edited to make Trump look like he huffed off in a tantrum You know being in this business that if that was Joe Biden that that thing would have been knocked off Twitter in a minute for a missing context selectively and manipulative media That's what they do That is what they do And that was not the case here I was actually really surprised to see that NBC News of all places ran with the full audio that was given to them from and were really defending him That was kind of surprising to me And I wonder if maybe they're trying to angle for more access like hey if we run this maybe we'll get a Trump interview It really surprised me that they did that You want my opinion And it's your segment but my humble IMHO piers is over at Fox nation now and I think it was NBC trying to take a shot at Fox

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton the battle of Eastern Conference powerhouses Tyler hero and Jimmy Butler each scored twenty one as Miami pulled away to defeat Philadelphia ninety nine eighty two Dave Ferrie has more followers happy with their performance who played incredibly well tonight I'm a science guy stops when we needed to but I think we know how good of a team we are Cape Vincent scored sixteen points and Caleb Martin added fourteen for the heat who have gone eleven and two in their last thirteen games to take a three game lead in the east and other action Memphis jump Golden State into second place in the west when the Grizzlies one and the warriors lost college hoops an end to an era Saturday when number four Duke fells arch rival North Carolina ninety four eighty one it was the final home game for blue devils coach Mike she chef ski after forty two seasons on the Durham campus just around the corner for coach K. his golden years it's hard for me to believe this is all over town so I'm just gonna say the regular season's over all right in the Saturday games pitting ranked opponents number six Kansas had to go over time to defeat number twenty one Texas seventy sixty three Jayhawks coach bill self says this makes for a nice spring board going into the big twelve tournament if we losses K. we would be going into Kansas city tried to recapture some momentum and I don't think that'll be the case now it's ranked Purdue head to Huff and puff but held off Indiana sixty nine sixty seven other ranked winners included Arizona Baylor Auburn and Kentucky hockey in a confrontation of top Western Conference talent the flames defeated the avalanche four three in overtime meanwhile the blues loss to the islanders to one another action two teams found the back of the net eight times Arizona outscored although R. eight five and Nashville squished San Jose eight nothing worse Morton AP sports

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Bolton's fumble return sparks Chiefs' 28-24 win over Broncos

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Bolton's fumble return sparks Chiefs' 28-24 win over Broncos

"Kansas Kansas city city kept kept alive alive its its bid bid for for the the top top seed seed in in the the AFC AFC playoffs playoffs by by defeating defeating the the Broncos Broncos twenty twenty eight eight twenty twenty four four that that she's she's got got two two touchdown touchdown passes passes from from Patrick Patrick Mahomes Mahomes but but they they took took a a twenty twenty eight eight twenty twenty one one lead lead in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter when when a a fumble fumble by by Melvin Melvin Gordon Gordon bounced bounced into into the the appreciative appreciative hands hands of of rookie rookie linebacker linebacker Nick Nick Bolton Bolton who who huffed huffed and and puffed puffed eighty eighty six six yards yards to to the the house house again again because because if if it's it's your your lan lan has has seven seven studs studs in in off off of of the the field field in in a a honest honest looked looked a a little little bit bit at at that that point point I I was was how how to to get get to to the the end end zone zone stock stock also also gets gets an an Amazon Amazon gets gets us us off off our our team team helps helps one one to to gain gain the the top top seed seed Casey Casey willing willing help help namely namely a a Tennessee Tennessee loss loss on on Sunday Sunday to to Houston Houston the the Broncos Broncos finish finish seven seven and and nine nine and and continue continue as as Kansas Kansas city's city's personal personal punching punching bag bag having having lost lost to to the the chiefs chiefs thirteen thirteen consecutive consecutive times times Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 9 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports

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On This Day: Buster Posey Arrives Full Force at New York Giants

Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks

01:51 min | 1 year ago

On This Day: Buster Posey Arrives Full Force at New York Giants

"In Giants history, We're going to go back to a really cool moment in Giants history. 2010 1 Buster Posey was arriving full force just called up from the minors and the Giants going to turn that season around in July with a huge help. The rookie Buster Posey. So it's 77 10 were in Milwaukee. Miller Park taking on the Brewers Brewers are pitching a guy named Chris Narva Sin and Andres Torres greets him with a bomb is a good start Homers to start the game. Freddy Sanchez flies out and then Aubry half he hits a bomb. So it's two nothing Giants Pat Burrow with a base. It's they're seeing this guy and here he is recently called up from the minor leagues, Buster Posey. Here's Buster Posey, a long drive deep to left center got home run into the Milwaukee bullpen. Buster Posey makes enough for nothing game. Posey's fourth home run and the Giants with a four. Nothing first inning lead the Giants just opening it up to the stretch it to 7 to 1 in the fourth when Freddy Sanchez clears the bases with a three run triple ever since, still in the game, by the way, he walks Aubrey Huff and Pat Burrow to reload the bases. Finally, they give them the hook and bring in Chris Capuano. But he's got a face Buster Posey and Like I said, Guys, he was arriving here is a pitch, he swings and it's a high drive to right field. Corey Hart's going back on the warning track. He's at the wall gone. It's a grand slam for Posey, who's hit two home runs tonight, and now he's got his first big league Grand Slam. He hits this one to right field, clearing the bases. The Giants lead is 11 to 1. It was all happening. Just started to get hot. Buster Posey four for four career high six RBS Giants win 15 to 2 on July 7 2010 huge game for Buster Posey, and this has been Brian

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Interview With Writer, Author, Lauren Hough

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Writer, Author, Lauren Hough

"I always have guests. Which lets you start. I always have guests interest. Will you introduce yourself a trust. See that saves you from pronouncing the name Lauren huff a writer. I have looked at your pilots. And there it. You'd be surprised how many people use that no matter where you put it though so sure absolutely carmen my entire life. That's not even the same name but that absolutely is something that people people whatever you know. You're i missed the rest of the intro. Because i was just how i knew how to pronounce. Your last name is very proud of myself. wasn't a very eloquent intro I don't know how to introduce myself Writer who wrote a book. i guess it's probably writers. Do see fucking great at. This job is interesting because i mean that's sort of thing that your book is about is i guess maybe a not not having a fixed identity because you've had a ton of jobs that are outside of the writing world. It's not like you were a person who went to undergrad and wrote and then below wrote for the rest of your life and never did anything else. You've had a lot of different things that you've done. Yeah i think that's probably why it's hard to say. I'm a writer Bouncer until last year The cable guy. Before that i still it's Yeah i still get on twitter. Oh you're the cable guy. So yeah it's it's a strange feeling that suddenly a book out of this expectation that i'll be any less of a

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Interview With Claire Hough, CTO of Carbon Health

IT Visionaries

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Claire Hough, CTO of Carbon Health

"Welcome everyone to another episode of it visionaries and today we have a special guests. Claire huff the cto of carbon health. Welcome to the show and kill. Well we keep reading about. How tech is disrupting the healthcare industry as we know it so we always want our guest to explain what's unique about their company. What is unique about carbon health. And how is it approaching healthcare so carbon hell race say take knowledge company and there are many who call themselves healthcare technology company but we're company with a big mission and we have actually starting to prove out some of that mission through really offering Healthcare through different channels in the past year or past few years actually and carbon health mission is to provide quality healthcare for all and that sounds like yeah is in everybody's to provide hell quality healthcare for all but it's actually an Pretty a day. Shis mission. And i don't think i really understood that are passed city until i you know educated myself more about how health care is being provided in the united states today so there are a lot of biases in healthcare as as like accessibility is not even as we have seen. How underserved communities were disproportionately affected during covid. So that's kind of a prove that we have not been providing healthcare to You know under served marginalized communities and when kofi hit. They were obviously hit very hard. So our mission is to really make sure that we can provide the quality care for all through our technology platform by providing access to healthcare.

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Lauren Hough: Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing

LGBTQ&A

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Lauren Hough: Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing

"This is lgbtq. And a with lauren. Huff offer of leaving. Isn't the hardest thing. I want to start with your childhood. You grow in the family which is also known as the family of love which is also known as children of god and it was a colt in reading the book. I discovered that. I didn't actually know what that meant. In like everything that entailed so just to begin with you. Give a short explanation to everyone of what that looked like for you. It's a lot more mundane. I think than people want it to be. I think people are expecting a lot of rituals maybe robes involved. It was living in with a lot of other people a lot of families. It was changing diapers constantly because sex colts make babies and very historical look male female gender roles right yet extremely very much reinforced. Not not just through the literature Jobs whenever you moved into a new house the boys would get setup. Building bumped beds for our beds at night and we would be so in curtains or taking care of the kids so that they adult men could go to the bunk beds and the women could cook dinner so colt is a word that we have assigned to them internally though how did they describe themselves as they're not a cult. Nobody's ever joined a cult or been in a colt. Everyone else's in occult. They are a religious sect in their persecuted and called a colt as a slur. The that's how it was discussed internally and that's what it was presented to as the mainstream media and the system might media is trying to attack us by calling the called. I mean just because we live together in a big group and follow later that we think is the prophet of god and tells us heaven is in the moon. That that's not a colt. Will i think that like everything you just said could very well be assigned to like religious beliefs by religions. Generally we get into a lot about but really the main differences occultist smaller if it has a lot of members in it's lasted a while. Now it's a

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Co-Founders of WebinarNinja Discuss Their Experience Building a Software Company

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Co-Founders of WebinarNinja Discuss Their Experience Building a Software Company

"You did the same thing i mean you went from frankenstein. Webinars for one hundred dollars. Nba to launching this diy. Webinar guy. that you did that either. By the way purchased and used and then you decided to create women are ninja. Which you know is now doing amazing things and has been for years and years and years so talk to us about this journey in the transition that you made. It's been a journey. I think one of the things that stands out the most for me at least is how much both nicole night have had to change along the way change who we are what we do every day. Change your habits change the way we run our businesses As you know the actions we take today. Get us the results that we see so we want to get different results. We had do different things. Which is it's hard. It's hard to change. it's to also recognize I don. I'm not good enough right now to be what i want to be in the future and Yeah journey has been an interesting journey. It's still going. We're still learning or still improving and adapting and it's been great because i always say building. A software company is very much like climbing a mountain as a metaphor. Because as you go up the mountain Things that you did before you still. Can't you know you can't do them anymore. New things so like in the beginning or hiking up the malan You don't need much special equipment. You're feel okay winded as closer. You start to climb vertical. Oh no now. Need like some grappling tools You know i'm huffing puffing. Now it's out of shape compared to what it was before you know and then as you move up you're like okay i'm gonna need a sherpa may demanding a coach. I need guidance here. Maybe somebody's been there before up this down before to help them. Along the way or would be hires. So it's just an interesting thing because you don't really realize that as you're moving along and it's kind of a blessing because if you didn't know that maybe you wouldn't take those to take the chance to take that leap starting up a software company but it's been fun. One thing that i mentioned in the introduction nicole is that you know you were a university educator which of course omar was as well and you went from like that kind of environment which is a confined environments. You know there's rules regulations to just saying you know what here we are in new york city. We're going to do our thing. We're going to drive across the country. Gonna move to san diego and we're just going to figure things out along the way with this one hundred dollar. Nba thing and this diy webinar thing. And then you know. Hey let's just launch entire sas company. Let's just launch webinar ninja. And that must have been a little bit of a transition so just like omar kind did like what was your transition like. Yeah it's crazy to think about it. I suppose i distinctly remember. When i decided to quit teaching that i was looking for something creative Teaches a. They have a lot of creativity in the confines of that classroom of the curriculum that they teaching but like you said there's so many restrictions is timetables is. Schedules is a yearly calendar. So i was really searching for something creative. And i think what what better way to find creativity than just changing careers i started in film joined up teamed up with we started a podcast santa hundred. Rbi and then he i-it's later with a software as well. So i mean in a nutshell. It's hard to describe what that transition has brain. It's being it's being fun it's been it's been an adventure i think You know i've always looked back at. You know gosh thinking. There's just so many things. I wanted to kind of discount that that career in teaching. But it's no wonder that. I find ourselves right now producing a podcast that teaches business lessons. And so in love with the idea of webinars because You know they really are form of teaching teaching people. Buy your products and services. So in a way it's been a very almost you know crazy transition but in a way one's feels really quite natural as

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Prominent Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Prominent Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to nearly 6 years in prison

"The most prominent women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia, was sentenced today to nearly six years in prison under a vague and broadly worded law that's aimed at combating terrorism. Her name is Lou Jane all Huff, Lule and she has been in prison for the past 2.5 years. On other charges, she was among a handful of Saudi women who openly called for the right to drive. Before it was granted in 2018, and she called for the removal of male guardianship laws that had long stifled women's freedom of movement and ability to travel abroad. The new charges include agitating for change. And using the Internet to harm public order.

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Police Arrest Man Accused Of Sucker-Punching Elderly Man In Miami Beach

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Police Arrest Man Accused Of Sucker-Punching Elderly Man In Miami Beach

"Have in custody. The suspect, they say, randomly attacked an elderly man in front of a Miami beach drugstore last month. The attack was caught on surveillance video, police say 26 year old regional Huff, who is homeless is the suspect who approached a 70 year old man and punched him from behind, knocking him to the pavement. The victim suffered a broken Goes and injuries to his hands. Huff was taken into custody Wednesday on unrelated charges with

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"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

The Tedd Huff Show

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"Procedure or any what do you use to manage that time the Whiteboard right above everything's there before I to to bed. I just write down like the times I want to stuff stuff like sometimes it's inaccurate. But as long as it gets it gets to the point, you know what I mean at the end of every day you're planning the next day exactly. I want to be a what do you do about your long-term goals. How do you how do you manage to drive towards your long-term goals if you keep doing like let's say little things every day. It'll help you get like a few steps closer to those long-term goals. So, how do you break down the big steps off? And small small steps this notebook. But like I had like my big goals written on the first page and then on the second page, it's like smaller goals and the bigger like they're smaller compared to the big goals, but they will offer me get to the bigger goals. Then it just keep going like smaller smaller smaller until I got to the point where it's stuff that I could do every day. That'll help me get to like the front page but it was an order away it would help me get to the bigger goals what belief Behavior or habit have you changed recently that's made the biggest impact in your success. It's a discipline. So Define define define that. Cuz everybody has a different perspective of what that means. So let's say some days I'm working on my business and I have so much stuff to do but like I said that I could go to gym gym at five 5 p.m. After I eat lunch. I got to go to gym gym and let's say I'm working on this stuff and I get too into it where I get lazy to go to gym. gym. That's when discipline comes in and tells me know you gotta get up and go so that's like when I'm like no, I gotta just shut it off. I'm really just like my laptop scheme done, but let's head to the gym cuz I need to discipline. I need a follow what I said, I'd do the the day before whatever I wrote down. I got to achieve it. The biggest thing is keeping the promises you've made yourself is what it sounds like. Yeah, those are cheating your cheating yourself. ###### If somebody wants to explore the world of drop-shipping. What is the best way for them to figure out whether or not it's right for them? Okay, here's a problem. I see people make. They think it's easy because it's played out to be easy so you can buy their course, but it's not easy. It's simple to understand what the business model is a dead-simple business model, but it does take work to get started in the beginning. Once you find a winner product and you start making a lot of sales. It only gets easy when you have stuff automated but to get to that level you actually have put in a lot of hours to get stuff set up like website development setting up the apps. You need product research, marketing, email marketing lists. So many things that will take up time in the beginning. What would you say are two other misconceptions of Dropshipping? T his one guy was speaking to yesterday. He had set up his email marketing campaigns. ###########. You to be sending stuff up like once you have ads running a winner product, I would say and what do you think the third one is off selling products that are useless because a lot of people sell products they can find out Walmart or like the gas station when I sell a product. There's three main things I look for the first thing is it has to have high-quality product images. I wanted to catch your attention when it's going through their Facebook feed or Instagram feed. The second thing I look for is that I can sell it for three times the price that I paid for it and the third thing I look for is that you can't find it in like a month or I'm going to just do a quick recap number one misconception. It's easy just because the business model is easy. Number two is focusing on activities that don't generate leads or revenues. The third one is selling products. You can buy at a local Walmart or a store. What are three tactics that the audience can take and in general just expand their empire. So definitely get a whiteboard put it somewhere where like it's going to be the first thing you see when you wake up. The second thing I would say is focusing on your health, like waking up early going for jogs taking fish oils, whatever supplements anything wage where it's like a focus days right? Don't go to the gym. I feel tired when I'm working. I feel kind of lazy but the days when I go to the gym, it's like I have all this energy and I feel like I work more efficiently to and the third thing would be how like a deeper purpose of making money. So like maybe your purpose would be helping your family or because if it's all about the money it's going to be hard to be successful cuz eventually you're going mm. No, but there's a bigger purpose I think big then you won't stop the letter whatever is in your bank account. There's only one good point. So so we I haven't asked this question and I need to add that to my list of questions to ask is what is your purpose for doing all this artist. I always want to have like a wealthy family like like Bill Gates that's kind of like cool like you just helping the fact of life anything where you have like that kind of power is good sounds like the the driver for you and the biggest purpose is to be able to generate enough money so that you can help others that are in need. So that is awesome. Thank you. Well Before We Say Goodbye if somebody wants to learn from the e-commerce experts that you are where's the best place? To get a hold of you definitely so everything's on my Instagram. You can shoot me a DM. If I don't answer shoot me an email just like the email contacting at the like on my Instagram page. But yeah, my Instagram is a track official who knows. I I really really appreciate you taking the time to do this. I'm very proud to have met you and to know you cuz this is fabulous what you've been able to pull off many people many times your age that don't even have the level of discipline that you do and and that is that is outstanding. So I really appreciate the time here just kind of show thank you mam. Thank God, that's it for this episode of the Ted Hub show, but we know you're wondering where you go from here Ted Huff. Makes it easy for you to get notifications for new episodes specialized contests, exclusive giveaways, Thursday upcoming events, simply by signing up for our mailing list. You'll get access to all this and more by visiting Ted Huff, h u b.com until next time open your job. And expand your Empire right here on the Ted Huff shell.

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The Tedd Huff Show

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"Quick background of what it is that you're doing today? And then we'll we'll dive into how it happened. Awesome. So what we're basically do is hook Shopify dropshipping waited wholesale products and sell them for retail price without any inventory. So I only go ahead and buy the product off of the supplier. Once it customer buys it off of me first. So it's worth a little risk since I don't have to buy the products in bulk, right and that's why you caught my attention from the beginning cuz like I don't have thousands of dollars to play around with the side of business. So I'm like, this is great great opportunity to start one long as it doesn't require a big budget and I also saw people and teach people on how they can start their own e-commerce businesses. Just like I have you know, you and I talked a little bit before this and one of the things that's interesting to me is that you mentioned being not coming from a family that had money. It also not being from family family that is really poor growing up in that environment off. Was the major inspirational point or inspirational thing that made you decide to take a different path? Because most people at the age you're at our age you were when you started all of this have their mind-set either. I'm just going to go to school or I'm going to get a good job. And then I'm going to get my pension and what was that major inspiration to take a different path down. There was many things that came into play but I'd say the biggest one would be like ever since I was a kid, like maybe four years old. I just loved cars. Like I just loved cars like some people say like buying a Lamborghini is a waste of money down if it's not if you actually like it, you know what I mean? Like I just like cars like if I were to buy one, it's not to show off. It's because I actually like cars we'd be on like the highways and I'd see like a Lambo and I I understood not a four years old, but later on like maybe when I like like thirteen, I understood that you can't buy that by working for someone else. No one was like a Bugatti Works a job. You know what I mean? Like they own their own something they've all off. Something I figured the only way to get to the level where I can buy like a car that I want and be comfortable with it is by actually owning a business or building something where I'm not working for someone else. I mean, I don't need a job where you can buy 1 million dollar color, but looking for someone else. Can you pinpoint that one thing or that experience in your life is like home right now? I know I got I got to go get this money. It'll kind of happen like a span of maybe two to three weeks. I would say where I was just experiencing all these like I was like watching like scrolling through like this entrepreneurs Instagram feed seeing like the impact that they've created just by building a business and leveraging it to build like a personal brand it all it all kind of got to my attention cuz it's like I want to have that much power to where I can impact all these people's lives teach them how to make money. But before I do that I have to learn how to make money first is the entrepreneurial bug something that that comes from your families your job. Their father relative is somebody in your family get you kind of their to spark that not really no one really help me scrub that everyone kind of has a job. I've had other folks on this show that they started with the dropshipping like what you're doing that that wasn't good for them. That wasn't a good fit for them. So they went to the Branded route. Can you tell me why you've stuck with the Drop Shipping and haven't gone to the brake pedal? I feel like branding. I'm just not ready yet because I feel like if I do it I want to have like like a lot a lot of money ready to spend on marketing and advertising strategies off. And I know it's not really easy as job shipping it like Drop should be easy. It's simple but like branding you just have to have like a different approach to it. It's not the same as job shipping, but eventually I will start a branch. Can you tell me a time where you were like? Okay, I don't think this dropshipping thing is for me. I think I I gotta figure something else out. What was that breakpoint? And what did you do to Thursday? Cover from it when I started learning mode dropshipping. I was really into it to the point where I stopped going to the gym. I stopped shooting with friends on the weekends. I was taking it like seriously cuz I taking taking it seriously. That's what I was just grinding. Oh, like I was researching learning testing different things building stores and stuff. Right? So I spent a lot of my time just working on the dropshipping business. I started learning about it in January, but actually started taking action in June like I started Marketing in June. That's what I mean like Facebook ads. So just a lot of people realize you started learning in January. Yeah, you should actually start taking any action until June. Yeah. A lot of people make the mistake too. And I'd say that's one of my biggest mistakes was just because I scared scared to take the action. I kept kept learning. I'm watching videos off and I didn't go all in L. Just dabbling and that's a big problem. I see a lot of do do is that they just dabble but you actually want to go all into you progress fast it I only have $1,000 saved up and that was from wrestling. I used to rap soccer game. And that's all I was able to say about Capital to start a business. So I never really had a job where I worked for. Like, let's say like eight hours a day six hours a day, you know, it was just like the wrestling games would be like thirty bucks off. Maybe sometimes 20 just depends on what league I'm doing, right? So I sent up a thousand. So where where where did you get? Where did you get an Instagram? There's an ad all the time there a couple of guys that I know really well that offer online courses, but they're not cheap. How did you learn the skills needed to pick the products to build the stores and then you just started to go into the Facebook ads. How did you how did you learn all those different pieces or is it a lot of the informations on YouTube? I've noticed that the only information that's kind of kept secret on YouTube would be faithful guys. A lot of people don't teach like they did strategies that they use and that's when they probably want you to buy their course, but that's what I actually got a mentor to teach me that in July. That's why I spent $1,000 that I kind of lost at home. On Facebook ads and that's when that point was like I'm stuck. I think the stuff is it for me? But then I came across this opportunity with affiliate marketing. I was in a telegram group chat with a break drop shippers and I had mentioned like guys, I think I'm done. Like I don't even need to be in this group chat on dropshipping and someone in that group chat. Hit me up and I thought it's another guy trying to sell me his course, but it wasn't home. He was actually offering me the opportunity to become an affiliate for like a program, right and it requires an upfront cost. But he let me in for like zero and told me to pay what I owe after I make the bulb itself. That's how it works is you have to buy like some sort of package in order to have the access to sell it but he's like I'll buy it for you and just pay me after you make your first sale and all rest rest of sales will be yours. So that's what I did and I ended up making four grand at the end August. August. Oh, yeah. I took it like I was grinding out on that cuz I need I needed I needed the money again. So so Drop Shipping again so birth. In September, I started it up again. I figured the only thing I'm missing is Facebook and it's like I needed to learn it properly and that's when I went ahead and got a mental for it. Then on the day of my birthday was my first successful day took me $500 that single day 13 2018. That's when I first saw success with dropshipping would you say that person that reached out to be the biggest inspiration to keep going to help me continue yet? Because it's like even my mom was kind of freaking out like you lost all your money from roughing and then I came across this opportunity and off thing is he hasn't spoken to me that much like he's a one of those guys who doesn't Edge a text or email so it's like I'm lucky. I don't lucky that it was like it was of of like at right right time the right place. You know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah. It just dawned on me. I don't know. I'm thankful for it, though. When you get in a place where you feel overwhelmed or you're feeling like you can't focus. What is it that you do that gets you get your mind right again something. I did something. I did fix one that I actually started focusing on like the gym again and seeing my friends cuz remember I told you that I sacrificed all those things to to do Drop Shipping, but I realized that stuff started to get better. Once I actually started to managing my time more wisely. Is there a particular process or procedure

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The Tedd Huff Show

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"Like a normal like, you know, I wasn't like Fanboy and I was a little bit off first came out. I wanted to get the phone out and get all the stuff and But being that close and then being in that circle now of these like Ultra successful people and being able to just sit back and listen to what they have to say. It's like but you're there and they recognize it. I mean Elena when she goes into his Lambo Dad. It's like holy cow. That's crazy. So you have a Lina Cardona. This is hey, it's Lambo dab. Yeah. So before we close out, I mean obviously people can type in Lambeau dad and all that fun stuff both the best place to find you and to reach out to you and to connect it to you and to find out more about you and your mission. Where is that and that is Instagram. So I have I spent a lot a lot a lot of time. The TV button Instagram. I'm trying to figure out I'm trying to utilize a platform cuz I was all over the place couldn't figure out exactly what I want to do. And so it's YouTube Instagram. I'm on Facebook page but Instagram is a platform to platform. I'm on that's a platform GM and I mean hit that DM Slide the king of the DM slide slide that the Airmen bought it is crazy. What what you can do through the DM don't DM me with your sales pitch on the first GM cuz I I will I will delete it off and don't do it to anybody but you can build real relationships through the DM and you can make crazy crazy crazy contacts through the DM. So I need to hide my stomach. I know you haven't been looking at it. But my last thing was like what was the call to actually people and I just heard you start. I mean if you want to contact somebody, you know if off. Want to want to engage and you want to grow that Circle don't be afraid to reach out. Even if it is through Instagram DM you don't be afraid to reach out to people and I mean don't spam don't him thirty times a day cuz you're going to think you're a psychopath and they won't they're not talking to you but people do recognize that and they recognizing people stay in there and they're consistent. They're good people growing your circles. You're in Chicago a huge or I mean, I appreciate it. We've been talking about doing this for a while. This is this is really really good man. I appreciate you coming out here and sitting through the traffic and all the nonsense. I mean you drove five hours for John Milad. I took a furthest anyone's ever drove to hang on Thursday like that will get man. I really appreciate it. I knew the story is going to help a lot of people and we'll we'll we'll do our best to present in this in a dog. As possible way down where you definitely do that. You got the appreciate. Yeah, you you put any work here. It's actually learning project. And that's it for this episode of the Ted Talk show, but we know you're wondering where you go from here. Ted hub.com makes it easy for you to get notifications for new episodes specialized contests, exclusive giveaways and upcoming events. Simply by signing up for email list. You'll get access to all this and more by visiting Ted Huff, h u b.com until next time open your mind and expand your.

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The Tedd Huff Show

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"What you want. Is that what you want to hear? Is that what you know, so am I found that like in realized that cuz it was a gave me like like true fulfillment and now like we talked about I could lose the car actually lose the car. I can lose my vehicle like I could lose all that and I know that I could stay I'd keep doing what I'm doing. That's what gives me that fulfillment in helping kids and I want to go to a whole nother level and I want to work with addiction off. With the alcohol alcohol is a huge thing for me. It's I mean, it's been seven years without a single drop of alcohol when I found that that fulfillment in helping others, I mean everything changed, you know, it's interesting because one of one of my other guests brought this up he said when he went from self-centered assholes, the service of centered goals is when everything changed for him and it sounds like that's the same thing that happened with you. That's that is the behavior and belief that really changed for you right in and it's it's so hard to explain the difference in in a lot of really high-achieving people talk about when you change when you figure out your purpose and you work towards your purpose. You're not working towards basic essential a paycheck. And you just do what's right and what in it all follows you start getting associated with these people that you know, you look up to it. I mean yesterday was hanging out with Grandma Lena, Yeah. Like how close that hang out with Casey Adams Jama lot like the circle changes pretty quick when you do that. Yeah, and you hear about it and you hear about committing to it and you hear about showing up at events office at things where they're going to be. I mean, I drove five five hours to go see John lot for for a couple hours when he was in Milwaukee. Yeah, I drove 12 I drove 20. Yeah like to get around people. I do too much going on in my wife and your kids like to get in the car and drive 5 hours and then get a hotel room and then come but like it wasn't that comfortable thing do. What what three things. Would you want something to walk away from this episode with that could could change their their relationships or business or Finance? What right? I mean, I know you touched on kind of just being a good person but focusing on really just actually being like a good person that that to me is Ben it it sounds so simple and you know, Andy frisella talks a lot about that like I'm Mean pushing your cart back putting cleaning up your you know. Can I start on my car? Oh, dude. My kids are my son and my daughter is two she doesn't she doesn't do anything for home. But I mean, we're we're always grabbing carts in your you know, and it's it's a simple thing to do, but it just I mean it goes to show I understand she's handicapped people. There's pregnant I understand wage person. But if you perfectly able and willing and people that just leave stuff like that or littering and just little stuff like that changing how you think back and changing how you treat other people like out in public like I've gotten like I'm that guy awkward dude that holds the door like when you're way out there cuz I don't want to seem rude and then they're like, oh they gotta like run off as I'm holding the door for so long, right? But that's definitely to me. I mean, that's number one thing is just treating other people. Treating him. Well, like being a good humans. The second is quit taking advice from people you want change spots with I mean, that's a huge but that's interesting down a little bit deeper on that. So and I've taken that sounds like you thought about it a little bit so I'm taking some some grief on it because it does sound a little harsh and I mean obviously there's other part of people's lives that you may not want. You may not want to live like that. But so many people take advice from people that aren't committed at aren't willing to do it and they don't see what your thoughts I've had. If I were to take in the advice of these people that you know, play it safe do this. Don't do this. Don't buy that car. Don't do this don't you'll never be able to start your own business. When I look at someone and I see where they're at in your life. It's like whoa. That's going to buy doing what you told me. You can get me to where you are. Like you don't have a jet. You know what I mean? Like it's just it's you know something we can take it the wrong way, but that's definitely that's a big one for me and then number three. What are we got four number three here quit taking like for someone starting out they take his so much information so much content, but they never latch on and actually do anything and that's that's a huge one. Cuz everyone bounces from everything the thing the same thing and then there there's so many places you can get good content from but if you don't go out and put anything into action, there's not it doesn't doesn't do anything in along with that too his show up to stuff. So get in front of people whatever it takes when you do find that person that you So you're stuck in the fourth one on me here, but it's kind of like silly stuff. So we'll just call that number three but find someone that you've you know home and study everything they've got and then you know, when it gets to a point of you know, and then and then commit to to use it too. I mean everybody needs mentors and you know needs someone to look up to and you know, everyone you talk to that's done great things and is reading is studying other people. So I'm going to do my best to recap this. All right. Let's see. How will I can do any better than I come up with. The first one is just be a good human being. Yeah for sure. Mine. Second one is not careful who you take advice from and a good measure to go by would be if you're not willing to trade places with them. It's probably not a good person to take advice from yes number three off. Would be to take action on specific content and not keep consuming and the fourth and last one. What was that wage? So I think that would still rolling and everything. So yeah. All right. Well, let's just slide with definitely. Yeah, cuz cuz taking the content that not over you off cuz you could you could go and listen to you could go and take advice from so I guess Dave Ramsey. So I guess three would be 3:00 would be find the concept of bouncing through content off the content that works for you and then take action on it and go deep on it and and and be committed to it and do those things show up to events network with potential number for was say, yeah, so that's that's all they'll know. So I'm going to disagree with because that number for one is huge it is so huge and it will change everything off. Has been events with people who are doing the things you want to do because if it weren't for events like that you and I would have never met right so participate in things with the people or the things that are around things that you want to do when you participate in that that exposes you to more people that are like-minded. Yeah, and it is crazy you'll do for your circle unreal. I spent over 30 minutes in this close to Granite Lane yesterday and it was.

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The Tedd Huff Show

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"That's w w w t e double d h u double, now enjoy the episode your handle on on Instagram is Lambo dad. So there's a story behind the lambo it said. Oh, yeah, where did the goal for the lambo come from? And then what was it it drove you've to make it happen when my son was born. I made a promise and I made it a public thing. I made it I put stuff on in. I mean my I think my Facebook I had a hundred and something people on there, you know and off Instagram wasn't even a a thing. But I put on there that when my son enters ninth grade his first day of high school. I'll drive him to school in a Lamborghini wage. And then I followed up with if I have to steal it, but I will bring him to school in a Lamborghini. I pictured that his first day 9. I pictured what it would be like I pictured what it would be like to buy a pack any like I knew what it was going to I thought I knew what it was going to be. Like, I don't know what it's going to take. I don't know but I know that I'm willing to do whatever it will take and there was a lot of times when I was going through my really rough patches where you know, what sounds good and put on you know to put out to the world as well. I thought about my son but I didn't I thought about material things that was what pulled me through and I mean now I could lose all that stuff in having some healthy kids and a happy life like none of that matters now, but then it did and I strongly believe in a setting materialistic goals because there's nothing that feels better than buying. I recommend everybody at some point sets that and try to advise a Lamborghini cuz it's a freaking awesome day. It is the club. Saying that I've ever got to do so my son's first day of first grade, I got to I got to drop them off pick him say here's early. Yeah. Yeah, which it's still what I think about it there and I think of what like where my mind used to go thinking of like ninth grade. It was like, I don't know what how in the world and never going to make this happen. And then when I did buy I took I got a lot of who you trying to be. I bought a Maserati first and that was to get into the exotic car clubs because I knew that if I got in and with you just personal relations a lot of these loan buildings, I happen to work on buildings. They work in their Circle people, right? They work in their Circle. They don't want to be out searching. They don't want to be on Craigslist to find someone to come work on their building. So I remember my accountant I told I was going to buy a car then I bought the Maserati and his friends me on Facebook and What did you buy like I was thinking like an Impala or something and then it built these crazy relationships. And then I also got in and saw the parts of the exotic car scene that I did not like was how the entitlement how people treated how they treated staff members and like waitresses and all that. I'm like, oh I could change this. I could change this month our little piece of the Exotic Car sing I could change but now I need a real exotic car. I mean the Maserati but it wasn't a Lambo, you know, and then people go what is dead. Yeah, and it was a Ford or a night a bunch. I put a I did a bunch of work to it was it was nasty fast. It was loud and it was awesome. I love that car. But then I was like, you know what I get to a point. We had a we were killing it in business and I'm like man, buddy. He's a Car Brokers. Hey, On a white guy go but it's got to be a gated six-speed car gotta be have a clutch like a real like a real driver's car. Did you? Yeah, those are hard to come by I guess start looking maybe a year maybe next season, you know the next day he calls me. I got a white gate. It's in Maple Grove, which is an hour from us. Right? It's my body. He wants to bring my Tesla Mike or you just called my bluff. Like I wasn't I'm not ready right now. We're never heard of it. I'm like, oh I was telling him what it was and everything. Anyway rather. We don't even know how to How to finance this thing cuz I didn't have I could just pay for it out right now like well, I'll just try put a you know, a big chunk down on it. And then I was like let's I'm just going to make it home and make this happen. You know, let's just do it and then I took a ton of crap from people that are like you could invest in property you could like. Yeah, but if I died tomorrow This was what this is what I wanted and and now I look back and I mean it's the best purchase I've ever made in my life by far. There's just the people that gets me around but I do with it now. I mean we take it we put so many kids in there with pilot kids that we like kids right out sign on the hoods on rallies like and it's become. I mean it's turned into what my personal brand is and it's gotten to where we go places and people like Lambeau. Can we get a picture and I'm like, well that's super weird. I'm not used to that but it's awesome. Like it's everything else that I ever could imagine, you know, and I wanted to just keep going on and we're going to keep blowing that blowing it up. I've had a blackguard on my desk for like six years. Sitting right there. Look at it every day every day. That was at my desk. I would look at it back from when it was like a little table sitting there, you know with a folding chair. It's been that things have changed in there. And now I've got a centenario up there, you know, and then I got a picture, you know, Uncle j'eatjet like that, you know, you need a jet someday. But yeah, it's It's been awesome. Yeah, this is the part where I like to give people tactics and things to really rock and roll and make some changes in their life. You've overcome a lot of different things and I can imagine having the business and the commercial and having the employees and having all these things go on when you get overwhelmed start to lose focus what are some things that you do to just press the reset button things like this coming down and doing stuff like this coming down for three days and down to Arizona getting around these people like this is what refocuses me. Okay big time a miracle morning was a game-changer book when I read that that was and and stuff like that people get weirded out about human attack, but the meditation stuff that's right. That's huge and I need to get better at that. I do I'll meditate dead. The difference it makes you feel like when you real it's unreal, but when you hear people like Tony Robbins D Graziano's like all these people that talk about their morning routine melts are ya thoughts exactly. It's all of them and say well these guys have a track record that works. I need to do what they're doing. So you you were mentioning the whole meditation in following these guys and it's really interesting for me because just this week I missed one day and it was really interesting because At the end of that day. I was more tired. Does it only thing that changed a day? I drink the same amount of water? No joke. I hate the exact same thing as the day before for lunch for breakfast. I mean, I do the intermittent fasting all that fun stuff to write and the only thing that changed I didn't meditate in that morning and I was like dead I was dragging the way earlier than normal so next day I'm like, okay. Well, I was like, oh there's probably something right. Next more like up. I need to do my meditation to 30 minute meditation run through it real quick on a real quick 30 minutes. But yeah run through it and boom. It's.

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The Tedd Huff Show

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

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The Tedd Huff Show

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"And then like well, he's actually 17. Oh, okay. So let me make this a little bit worse for yeah, so but then I started really following and seeing wage. He was doing and I'm like holy cow. Like the perspective from someone at his age. He's in that space from a whole different angle that I am the old. I mean, I would hope that build your Empire of enjoy enjoy your over 25 you and I both raised us and then you go in there's like a couple of people there's maybe 10. Yeah and most of the people are speaking and I'm like, oh man. Okay. You know get make sure you're like shave dragos. I try to look a little bit younger as young as possible what I saw him. I watched his stage presence and and how we treated page and connected he connects to people like if you learn how to handle people and talk to people and truly build relationships. That's what everything's based on is building a relationship. That's you and you're sitting here together. Yeah, like how cool is that and I if you didn't have the cameras in the if we weren't doing this show we we hung out for like three hours before this even happened right place. And and that's like and I love that but there's so in that space of the personal development. There's so many people that aren't it's it's just not authentic and unfortunately a lot of people pay a lot of money to learn these things and there's so many young kids coming in that are like, you know in a calm in I'm not going to either pay rent but I need this program after it's like no you need to go on and there's free content everywhere and you can I mean you become a millionaire from free content. I learned all of this for free content, right? I mean, there's YouTube there's and I swear by if someone doesn't listen to podcasts if someone doesn't is just getting into space the mfceo project. It's hardship first some people think wage it is it's aggressive but it's real if you listen to that and we're going back to this and Andy, I'll send you a bill. Don't worry about it. Yeah. Yeah well Yeah, but the thing with that show and I like I was telling you I remember hearing it on episode one. I don't know how I came across it. It's just one of those weird things where Life episode one showed up in my iTunes cuz it was similar to something else. I was listening to and I listened to the first one and I was like this too is laying it all out and then I am listening to and listening to and listening to it and the fun part for me is always been that it's always been real news always been wrong, right and then there's there's never been. Well, I think I've heard him apologize twice maybe three times. But but those were four good reasons. Yeah, but but he approaches it with a no apologies the perspective be either like him or you don't like him and I think that's one of the key things that they you and I kind of approached. I mean when we met it build your Empire, it was kind of like a dog Let's talk and we didn't have an expectation of hey, I want Ryan to like me and I want head like we we didn't approach it from that perspective. It was it was here's who I am. Here's what I can do. Here's an option you say we didn't go into what I can do is like, you know, look, we actually use it. That's interesting because we actually start times like like well, how can I help you? Write that was actually the question that we actually started with was like well, what can I do to help you we talked for a long time? Yeah. Yeah and then to the point where they're yes. Yes, I sit down and just sorry and then we're standing for the bath cuz there's just a line and you guys don't know we're just talking. Yeah and the bathrooms open, you know, when you go into a when you approach situations like that with that. Can I help you? And you're genuine about it and you're not coming up to me. Like hey, all right, how am I going to page this dude? I need to sell them this and you sell them this program like and you just build authentic real relationship says goal. I mean that's that's where you make the millions and millions and millions of dollars long-term is by having those real relationships where you can you got someone that will go to war for you need someone that's got your back when you know, something comes up in someone, you know, you start to get a a hater which I started to get some and I hate it. Hey brother you you hit that level and I I can't stand it. It drives me crazy because I still everyone's like dude. I mean and he you know, he just smashes them down and I'm like, yeah screw the haters, but they've it like a fax me something man. I'm trying to do good. I'm trying to help people. I want to help the people that are hating not like I want to help them like I want to talk to him and see and then I was with Grant Cardone last night and he said dead. She said I would rather have you know me and not like me than not know me. Yeah, I believe you're going to have people that don't like you. I'm at such a small low level of it. But already seeing it seeing like how real that is off. So many people that would squash everything they're doing like to get so, how do you keep going then the reason you keep going with it all I know what I'm trying to do. I know what my purpose in life and I've been through so much stuff like nobody that's hitting me on a keyboard that doesn't even have a profile picture. It's got 23 followers now, it keeps doing I see the stuff pop up and they're like, you know Screw you your car is a piece of junk. Why don't you get a nicer house anyone can afford that you probably sit. Wow. How long did you at least hit me with a view for a follow like and then I'll make light of it, you know, I'll share it and stuff. And so I shared one just recent. Really someone in a I didn't show the real derogatory stuff, but I put that up because it did bug me it got into me cuz I'm like man like I'm trying so hard to be a good person. Like I am doing everything I can and then to see the like just dozens and dozens of DMS come in that are like dude you motivate me to this you do like those even just one of those makes all of it worth it, you know, and I've had a couple people that I knew that I was, you know, close to any of my life and then and those those those are like the ones where I can't sleep cuz I mean that stuff I get goosebumps thinking about that kind of stuff cuz that to me is there's no money that can give you that feeling there was no drug that gives you that that hide that feeling and and then to help like we're type I help kids. I do a lot of stuff with kids mentoring with kids. I do Junior Achievement program with, Georgia. um teaching Finance in high school Which is crazy cuz I dropped out of high school and I remember being told that you know, you never you're literally never going to make over $15 an hour to drop out of high school and I believe that cuz I didn't know any better but I knew I couldn't do the program that they had and now to see that in the building be asked to come into a school and speak about finances and it's like really this is true. I like I I like this that's it for this episode of the Ted Huff show, but we know you're wondering where you go from here. Ted hub.com makes it easy for you to get notifications for new episodes specialized contests, exclusive giveaways and upcoming events, simply by signing up for our mailing list, you'll get access to all of this and more by visiting Ted Huff. Com com until next time open your mind and expand your Empire right here on the Ted Huff show.

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The Tedd Huff Show

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"When did you know that? Cuz I know stuff like that never goes away right? But when did you know that she had regained enough faith in you that you thought had a chance again, here is a a few times because I had I'd have to go I finally got where she would let me see Cruise my son and then I would see her, you know, in fact, I know she I mean she's gorgeous anyway, but I was like she got like actually gorgeous and she wouldn't give me like the time of day and I'm like that why she was extra gorgeous do. Cuz I knew I had changed like I knew that I was willing to give her the entire world like whatever it would take and like to have her be like I don't trust you. Like I used you screwed like I'm done. I'm like, oh no, this is bad. And then it was just I just had to keep in that part got hard cuz then it's like well, why don't I go drink and pass? Like if she's not going to be around who cares but then it was like well no cuz I need to get better for me. Anyway, otherwise I will be dead. There's no there's no other there's no other way that this ends if you don't get better like that's this is an end good right? It doesn't any good. No, so I just gave it all. I I just cleaned everything. I just tried to just be the the best person I could be and I didn't have an issue like when I was out partying and doing all this stuff. I was never I mean I wasn't a guy that I didn't get into bar fights. I didn't cause problems I was gay friends, you know, cuz I was buying her when shots and then you know, she I banked up my wife's the place she worked and you know, I run my card overdrawn and you know, I knew she could get in there like she could see my accounts and stuff. It was like, okay whatever, you know, and then there was times you gotta change your accounts somewhere else. It's embarrassing. Like do you believe that That that understanding of the trust factor with her made it more important for you to gain the trust of your customers or your clients and in the business and to give you that little bit of extra drive to make sure that you mean maintained and grew relationships outside. I mean now if I look back at it that's been a big part for me is that I mean we deliver on what we say we're going to do so if we and it's gotten hard because we have touched down a lot of work we have to turn down a lot of stuff because we can't we're not going to be able to take care of another customer coming in like we do the ones we have now, so when we can then we'll reach out and we'll bring in the ones that are that are right fit and that's always that's been how we run the business during when all this was going on. There was not really when all this happened with my dog. this was at at the end of I was still in I didn't have my own business. I was still I was inside stuff and all that but I didn't have my own business yet. So well all this is happening. I quit my job. That's when I quit was so now I'm like even less I came go up as like maybe I make 40 bucks an hour. It was like maybe I don't have a job but that job was toxic to my life right off. And now I'm going to do something sweet just you watch like I mean, I look back at now. I'm like man, I probably would have had a left to but I do I do definitely with customers now, I mean that the trusting is so huge cuz there's so many people and it's with everything and building a personal relationship with these customers we cater and food before we go and work on someone's property that are you know, someone's space their office space that we're going to be making a bunch of noise and screwing up their parking lot and you know we go and we cater food and we explained. Hey, there's any noises there's going to be debris. There's going to be people like we have we apologize but we have to do this. So and just being up-front about that and it goes across every every platform that that trust in building personal relationships is is huge one of the things that way that I think and and I'm paraphrasing some of the things that you and I have talked about in the past and a few other different things is you are and you actually just mentioned it that you're going to track down a job. If it doesn't fit if you can't do it to your level of expectation if you think it any way shape or form that the customers not going to be happy. That's not common is is, as it used to be anymore. And so because you do Mentor all these kids, right? How how do you communicate to that song? Em when they see all these get rich fast which rich quick, you know things online where join my program pay me, you know two hundred bucks a month or heck these cases. It's two grand a month. Yeah, there's there's you know, so I personally have spent time in my wife's pregnancy is so you know, like five hundred bucks times a lot of wage earning like really trying to dig deep on that space of cuz man I get in and I'm like, oh I see a click funnel do it and I'm spending money all this is a deal and that was for 97 and I get it for $95 and it's even if it's nothing I'll ever use and like I got to check it out cuz now I can get rich off. I've done that a couple of times. Yeah, dude in everybody has dead. It's about we gotta find the guys that build those funnels so we can figure out how they're doing. If you if you latch onto any of the legit ones in the thing is is a lot of people they may come come across that they're going to be and it's easy. Well, it might be but you gotta keep going with it and like like we talked about so many people will a half way but there's so many people that are teaching people how to build a business and they've never actually built a business or they've never actually had to grind and hustle and now I mean, I love seeing these young entrepreneurs coming in like Well you and I you and I both know Casey Adams. Yes. I am and that that kid that's the real deal the real deal. Yes. So I'm working. I'm I wanted to get in and work with him and I told him I went out to his event. I've been around the block and all these different and I've spent a ton of money and none of it. I mean you look back and there's a lot of I didn't get a Direct Value from but now it's Priceless the money I spent because I learned so much from all these things and with John lot and then Casey at like they're the real deal in case he's in at first item. I had a age barrier issue. That was my own. It was just me being thirty-four years old. I'm like, a life advice from someone who's 18.

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The Tedd Huff Show

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"You you you know that? Cuz that goes right? when she regained faith that had here a because I'd got son son son and then you I I gorgeous but like and wouldn't the I'm gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous do. Cuz I like that to world take take take take and like to I I I I used you I'm no, no, no, no, this is And just in got well, pass? pass? pass? pass? pass? pass? Like if going but it I get for Anyway, be be be dead. There's there's other ends better is No, No, No, No, No, so I gave I I just best and issue when and I I I I cause cause cause cause problems I friends, buying and know, up the she my my my my my my card overdrawn and she get could like, like, like, like, okay whatever, and you your embarrassing. embarrassing. embarrassing. embarrassing. Like do that that that That understanding understanding of the with with her made it more for gain of customers clients and and and and to give extra that that that that you mean relationships relationships relationships outside. I back it been for that deliver we're so and gotten down have we we we can't we're of customer like now, then reach in that and how during this on. not when happened this at I in have was stuff all own So all I my was was was was so now I I I came go I hour. maybe that to off. now sweet like mean, look like have to I I with now, the is cuz and relationship relationship relationship relationship with these we before and property are someone's their space going and up and know explained. explained. explained. Hey, there's going people people people people people like we but but we this. this. this. this. So and being that it platform platform that that relationships relationships is is that that that that that way that and paraphrasing things about a is is you are you it you're job. job. If it if to of if it shape that be be be be happy. That's not is as so so so because you right? right? right? How how to Em all which which which rich quick, know online my pay know hundred heck cases. there's there's there's there's there's you spent spent spent spent time in my so five bucks lot like trying that that that space of man I I I I I I see a I'm this and and and if I'll like now I've Yeah, everybody It's we that so figure they're if latch any the in thing a they come that easy. easy. Well, be be be but you with we will but that that that that are teaching people a never never never actually built business actually grind I these in in in like Well and know Yes. kid kid kid kid that's the the deal. working. I in and I I've the these and a none I didn't didn't didn't didn't didn't didn't didn't get a from it's the because so from and John Casey they're case case case he's in I issue. issue. issue. That was It being being thirty-four years I'm a someone and

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The Tedd Huff Show

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"When and yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, that's that's small right? a Like I is cars the in I I like muscle that did then affordable affordable affordable affordable and do we junkyard junkyard junkyard Civics out and a the Inver living served and me they for an residential residential residential residential home birth. yet yet yet in because thirty up oil like in and now now now now and it can can't why she like but mom, mom, mom, mom, mom, mom, like we're people drop and anything make and my can't hustlers that you you you you know, them them them them so wage. Yeah, I kept kept kept kept escalating into into and to do know. didn't didn't all, all, but fell into I at and it Yep. Yep. No one I was I so so persistence. Yeah. and cuz this this this this like know, know, know, know, it's like you I the come yeah, work your what and like, come like go go and like you up paid paid paid paid mentorship. Yeah pay exactly. exactly. So when you work. outdoors. outdoors. It's But that's work. and in I so day. day. day. day. They're like Lambos. I these who and I into into into into into into this. industry, industry, industry, industry, industry, industry, industry, industry, right? It's like, like, like, well, I'm what so, time mean mean invitations to you we really on now so but problem it is to small small small small small small crew try guys offer offer offer having an having there So with, tools or aren't needs If successful, successful, successful, successful, successful, successful, right it Like get it's it's if good. good. It's I it's I curious curious curious cuz cuz I any actually gentleman. gentleman. gentleman. Yes. I have See Yes. Yes. Yes. What what mattress mattress mattress story? What if like is Well you at of bottom worse worse worse and you but at So being wife me son son and that was I get Come I'm going I'm like right right right right and then you the never but six and and and and you know thing, hammered to I know page. page. page. page. page. It was it back put through we but out out out out and I into of actually my like like like like any type in like like like like like I need back. need I've like now gets worked mad back her and the doing? doing? doing? doing? doing? Like but like like out and Like normal younger younger younger younger like people yeah, not What like at There's that's that's that's that's odd that if here know, know, know, and so my my and that and I my down cuz was done done done and I text I done. I 20 20 20 times that that that that time that with with bad bad bad bad bad night in, in, Georgia. Didn't make it. then it I thinking if I my cuz and someone and to like like off I'm here to now I sent like, like, like, yeah, whatever yeah, you You Sometimes make had had had changed and like changed knew I So to like for she's she's off. Damn. you you you

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The Tedd Huff Show

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"Way to jaguar and a Lincoln Town Car. I'm like, yeah, that's that's that's those are small things man, right? That's that's a sloth though. Like I thought that I want that life is that where the love of cars came from the Cars actually started in like, I mean when I got my license it was like I wanted to go muscle cars and all that and then did a little bit and then I got into Civics for their more affordable and do we build some crazy just like junkyard Civics out of my mom's garage and it actually got to a point where the the city of Inver Grove Heights where we're living came in and served papers and tried me for they were trying to put me in jail for ninety days to running an illegal business out of a residential home birth. I wasn't even 18 yet in because I mean we had like thirty tires stacked up engines oil creates, like eight cars in the drive and it was I look back now and it was terrible. You can understand why they can't understand why my mom was she didn't like that but at that time it was like well mom, like we're doing it, you know and other people come over and they drop their cars off and bring anything to make a buck, you know, and now I'm looking at my man. Why can't I go find them young hustlers in the garage that are willing to work for four bucks an hour, you know, I would hire them so wage. Yeah, and that's it. Just I mean and it just kept going kept just kept escalating into into wanting more and wanted to do to do more didn't really know. What I was going to do didn't plan to stay didn't plan to stay in construction at all, but fell back into it cuz I was good at it and write and it wasn't it wasn't like I had asked. Yep. No one else had I just was I just wouldn't I wouldn't stop so persistence. Yeah. Yeah, and I try to tell people cuz she so many people are looking for this this like the secret, you know, it's like you have to work hard you have to put in the work. I hire people all the time that come in and they're like, yeah, I I want to work with you cuz I follow your stuff and what you do is awesome, and I'm like, well, yeah, come on in dude. It's like free mentorship. Let's go and like all you pay you make up a day and they're like so paid mentorship. Yeah how many people actually pay for the mentorship exactly. So when I'm like dude I can offer you a position. It is hard work. It's construction. It's outdoors. It's But it's that's it. It's hard work. It's not and do they'll come in and I mean we've had so many that make it add a half a day. They're like do deserve 10 Lambos. May I first started? I had all these people that were who do you think you are and like dude? I'm just I don't know. If you can't get into this. You're not going to get into that industry, right? It's a huge industry and I'm like, well, I'm going to try to what I know how to do so, I mean it took a long time to get in but now I mean invitations to bid come that are you know, we can't we can't really take on work even right now cuz if so much of the built-up but we've problem to have it is it is but I've stuck to the we stay with a pretty small crew try to take care of the guys the best we could try to always offer having an newest having everything there for them. So you're not trying to fight with, you know tools that aren't working or machines that aren't working like everything needs to run off. If you give them the tools to be successful, right it is it's hard work. Like don't get me wrong. It is hard but it's if he's good. It's I mean, it's outside but I like I'm I'm curious cuz cuz you and I I follow any for sale you actually probably met the gentleman. Yes. I have it yet. See where there's yes. Yes. Yes. What is what is your piss stained mattress story? What if you had the equate like what is your birth? Well where you felt you were like at the bottom of the bottom and it couldn't get any worse and you know it but it did suck at bottom of that. So that one definitely being so my wife my wife left me and took our son and that was like that was it that was I couldn't get myself off. Come home at night. You know, I'm not going too far. I'm coming home. I got like I'm going to change right and then you know you go out for a beer with the guys and I never drink beer but you get forty six shots with the guys and you know next thing, you know, it's 3 in the morning. I'm hammered trying to drive home and then here I you know didn't make it back home page. It was I mean, it was horrible. Like I look back at what I put her through and we are worked together now, but she had left she moved out and I went into the worst of the worst then actually almost lost my life and that was like like any type of like that was the Line in the Sand like I'm done with this like I need to get her back. I need to get my son back. I've been a horrible father like and now I mean like gets me just worked up cuz I get so mad looking back at what I put her through and and then that was the time on my dog. But what am I doing? Like but everybody I knew like my whole circle like if I want to hang out like that's what we did and it was normal. Like I was a total normal guy could not imagine when I was younger like people that were like, yeah, I'm not going to watch the bar. What are you going to do? You loser like you're at the bar. What are you doing? There's nothing else you could be doing that's odd that makes you in anybody if you're not here with us like partying, you know, and so that that was my that was definitely my rock bottom and there's more to that story and thought I really haven't my wife sat down when I told her cuz I when I was done was done done and I text her and I told her hey, I'm done. She like yeah. Okay. I thought you said that 20 times what was different that time that time? I knew I was done with what had happened with the I had a really bad night in in, Georgia. Didn't plan to make it through it. And then when I did it was like I just remembered thinking like if I don't I don't have to see my wife happy with summer cuz she's beautiful and she's going to be with someone else and so to like come to and like off I'm still like here like I need to do something with my life now and I told her sent her flowers and she's like, yeah, whatever like yeah, you can say that you can make it three days. You can make it 6 days. Sometimes you make it a week, but you're you had changed and in my heart like I knew I had changed like I knew it was I made the decision. So I'm like trying to explain to her like dude. It's like I'm for real this time. Like I promised she's off. Damn..

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"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

The Tedd Huff Show

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"Where will let's get with host Tedd Huff. your Welcome two in My his Journey with of then to of commercial companies Cities started started started started with one with that his please Ryan a Lambo to Oh, I to YouTube YouTube YouTube iTunes Spotify and said That's now the Ryan. appreciate here Arizona. know thousand for down down down down down here. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I down hottest I took Valley one Mojave Mojave Mojave Desert is places it's away. feet think than But not You're you a I you out nobody's I and to the and and it's space it. the the the the helping people I and background. are only so you they and it's it's it's it's it's it's it's like but have and doing not building so construction construction construction construction construction company and we handful of real real real physical labor. subcontract. subcontract. subcontract. We have our keep keep keep keep keep keep busy. Obviously. the whether whether whether whether it's not but we storms a variables hard hard hard hard to I you but is all when So it's in in in and especially of came It's to I so, get construction construction Seventeen years school school school school school school all was was was was was was hustle, the the the the the the bathroom if like hustler hustler hustler hustler of just to I and cars and trouble trouble trouble trouble trouble when you're to and away I roofing roofing wage and job. to was Yep, know, some school something something something something something something and I To but get the Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial Roofing the much I bucks out at years you that an an an an an hour. So I didn't didn't didn't realize the of that that job of that if the mean mean divorce I was in I to apprenticeship apprenticeship school and to you well, well, well, we're anything anything anything anything anything work till You're registered all going I'm be and here years it it it Up song. where know I back and a there. there. there. But it I you're that what was to once you legally legally legally legally drink when I but trap trap trap of, trades trades trades trades trades trades and it's a nasty it fell drugs drugs drugs drugs like everything bad but That that's my early early early early early draft the bar of was was was wow. Yeah, a calls happened happened and I point point point point point where I as just just just just quit and was to to to to to to to to landscape I'm different kill kill kill kill kill me bit bit bit bit bit and that for and what do? do? do? do? do? Like, I I'm I it It like I'm is How get a sport, like I had so little doing little little little little porches and the that that that little that his flat and They're on with not I I I I I could make and Yep. and hustle hustle hustle hustle really come learn it? When thing really like like like like things took I liked liked liked liked having I Vehicles Vehicles image do do do do do do that. You I've been really saw from. a divorced. divorced. divorced. divorced. And I worked worked you always always always working and like, like, like, like, like, like, like, well, he with yeah, things things things things because of doing doing and then just I work. work. Like if hard made I'll doing work guy harder that It's to to to to to do. So with with with with like my dad Explorer Explorer Explorer Explorer Explorer and door-to-door door-to-door door-to-door was rakes. we and Times Times Times Times Times Times Like These we would and get bucks happening happening happening happening happening happening book and a today get get and out and and and ride our I know seeing seeing like, when and

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The Tedd Huff Show

29:38 min | 2 years ago

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"As well. Just started out a month ago. So China's share my story more and give me more plot Sam so that I'm also writing a book about my story in overcoming adversity. So that would be coming soon. Now that is awesome. Those are all great things I wish you the best of luck congratulations on both. I will put in the show notes for everybody ways to get a hold of her Jordan. We'll. We'll make sure to having get a hold of you your website links, all that other fun stuff, but I really appreciate you coming on today This is something that is definitely going to help a lot of people and I love the fact that. Took a childhood dream and changed it into something that can help somebody else when something unexpected happen. Thank you. I, appreciate it. Ted Thanks for having me on. Thanks Jordan. That's it for this episode of the Ted Huff. Show but we know you're wondering where you go from here Ted Dot Com makes it easy for you to get notifications for new episode, specialized contests, exclusive giveaways, and upcoming events. Simply by signing up for our mailing list, you'll get access to all this and more by visiting Ted huff Dot Com. That's T. E. Double D. H. U.. Dub. Left Dot Com until next time open your mind and expand your empire right here on the Ted huff.

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The Tedd Huff Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

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"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

The Tedd Huff Show

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

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"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

The Tedd Huff Show

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"huff " Discussed on The Tedd Huff Show

"I did like total of think it was too young to products which were also failures like I'm grateful like that happened because earls I wouldn't be here you know. So afterwards I was like you know what I, what I have to ask I have to ask. Over the Botox. That you decided before the like Hey, these the this is what I'm GonNa do was it like a fidget spinner I mean what what kind of products you decide to? Do. L. This man this the also the reason why? Like I'm on this new policy planner venture this wasn't mostly for the money to the mostly because of my passion I love. journaling type products and like making stuff better. So I didn't start making his planner for the money. This for like I saw that knows no other planners who had my system before then the past four business ventures were completely money oriented orientated the scarcity mindset where I needed like make money really quick. And so I credit that. For my my failures I was so wrapped up in like okay. I need to make this work I need to make dismount money not really caring about the end customer. That was like the biggest. Hurdle like the biggest. Pullback that that really move me forward. I'm grateful for that. So the products. Products were not really the products are really cheap in like from China, like they were like. Okay. Let me just revealed one product or anyway listening. We're trying to I'm just curious I want to understand. What that product was. Yes. Some at first ever product was some obviously like tissue paper pompoms parties, and the thing was on the research tool that said it was okay. Low Competition High Sales. It turns out that people don't buy them from annual their supplier. From any other seller these for high-quality sellers me starting out I. had no credibility my store than have anything no sales at all. So I was you know out Competition Man. See You someone somebody searched in party poof or whatever it was right they it wasn't. It wasn't coming into the top the Amazon search, list your down away. So you aren't getting that visibility as I kind of run. And I would have honestly stick with it but the my only motivation was to make money, which isn't best motivation to for that. So. That's why I decided to move onto my next one, which was a letter boards and the same thing happened then like I thought okay, you know what? Letter boards. It's like a one of those wouldn't let her boards where you put them on the wall like there's like A. Little white letters in the little groups. That those are the ones man and is the same thing happened like okay..

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