17 Burst results for "Hundred Dollars A Day"
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And WFAN FM New York I know it's not top of mind right now but you heard John Merrow with the fate of the live manning and you know I I just said all along the line many to do whatever the heck he wants to do at this point he could retire he's obviously financially set for the rest of his life he doesn't have to worry about money he doesn't seem to want to coach she's been asked that in the Sudan that's that's not for me he doesn't seem to want to be a broadcaster and do caller for games and doesn't seem to appeal to him much so here is kind of sitting there and he's gonna yeah I still can play and I I believe you can so is there a situation that fits for him now it sounds to me like John Merrow would love to have you lie stay with the giants in some capacity Megan on I'm sure if you lie says on mine I'm going to retire that he could be a in a public relations spokesman for the giants you know perfect example of that with the Rangers and I'm not even sure if he's still there when it was Rajo there rod was a handsome well spoken guy that just yet love fragile berries are just wonderful guy you want to be around the so when he retired from hockey didn't play anymore he was a good will ambassador for the Rangers you know he was a guy that just you know hung in there and stayed around and you know charity softball games things like that he was there for that you know he's just a good a good guy to be there and you I could do that I know that he lies not necessarily the most gregarious person in the world and may not want to go to you know I don't know baby showers and things like that appearances like that but I think Eli manning you know would be a guy that certainly would be welcome at charity golf tournaments and whatever now so as I think that they could be a good role for him if he decides he wants to do it but I think the best role for him and and this is something I doubt that he would do is to be their backup quarterback again if they say look you live you know we can't give you twenty three million dollars obviously but you know we'll give you a five ten I don't know of movement whatever their salary cap structure is and you just be here and if anything happens to Daniel you know if he gets hurt his ankles get hurt again or something you can step in and play in you can be around the team you can prepare I think he lives ego one he's got to have an ego even though he's very self effacing and a modest guy is is probably going to go man I don't want to stand around holding the tablet clipboard I want to be the second fiddle if I can still play now may I hear a lot of well San Diego which should actually LA now they're opening their new stadium Philip rivers is probably going to retire again we don't know that that's the case so a veteran quarterback Eli manning could have one last moment of glory with the Chargers yeah yes but he's got a house family in New Jersey so you really want to go play for the Chargers in LA so that's all the things that are going through his mind in again we can't tell him what to do we can't say well this would be best for you we lie it's a it's a personal decision and something that he's got to do would they consider him as an offense of coordinator now I don't think he'd want to do that and he's never done it he's never coached before just as a mentor a guide to you know hang around it now the other thing to as I think he'll do that informally I think that he'll be around the giants and he'll be around to you know to talk to people and you know Daniel Jones has his phone number and he said that you know the lack of this problem here than you I can give him some advice I think that's going to continue regardless of what he like many decides to do okay we have open phone lines eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six is our number Tom in Glendale is with us here on the fan Tom yeah hi Richard I'm I don't I'm I'm not he gave them a picnic stand but over the last few years that the on watch in my view I mean we could get you shot that could never get it stopped and they keep on doing this well we're going to have cap space we're going to go for the free agent in the free agent never come they don't want to go there because it's so dysfunctional in my view and I like to get your your limit is that they just have to hunker down get themselves a really top notch GM what president and start from the bottom correct well in some teams have done that and they come up and then once you're credible then you're going to get the free agents otherwise they're not going to come because for them the money for the same whether they come to New York or the complete going to Oklahoma City so that's my view and I like to get your view on that is yeah well I I agree with you and I think that's the the problem with the Max salaries in the way that basketball contracts are structured now you can't blow somebody out of the water within an offer it's not like with Matt rule where you can make an offer you can't refuse you're limited as to how much you can pay somebody so if they can make the same amount of money where the less tax in Texas or Florida or you know some other state and they can still have the fame they can play with guys a no one like it's it's it's tough to come to New York and they see the dysfunction in the organization employers talk you know players go out to dinner after games and say Hey you know what you think Jesus places so so it it it travels and they know that and you know the deal Louis T. online I want to play with the winner is is true they want to play with the team that has a chance to win and the idea if you make it in New York it's better than making it anywhere else probably still is but is it worth the pain you have to go through to get there and I think that's what a lot of players are starting to consider now let's go to Dave in Tucson Arizona gave your on the fan yeah it's actually about forty degrees but it'll be sixty five today here's my playoff projection and and I win a thousand dollars I was in last one last weekend if somehow the Texan tie in the minors in Green Bay move on I'm a good position all I know is that the tie ins that not that they don't have a shot but Hey you know anything given Sunday and the Texans is my big clay you know nine and a half points is a lot but for the hundred dollar day just for the Texans to win is a four hundred dollar return and you know I don't know Kansas city since week eleven they said the best defense but who do they really play and is in the read ready to take it to the next level so I'll put you back on radio dot com he's he's already then at the next level it's not like Andy Reid hasn't been in a championship game it was our last year and you know what I've I've carp about the overtime rule forever but I believe and I I said this right after the game that had the patriots not won the coin toss of Kansas city had won the coin toss the Patrick my homes with a rally that team down the field scored a touchdown and won the game and played in the Super Bowl but because the flip of the coin Brady got the ball and he had Gronk care and he had a little man he had his guys then and that the fans and they went right down the field and won the game and Kansas city and and mom's never even touch the football look that's how they sucker you into betting face value could win four hundred dollars for a hundred isn't it great that's how you get suckered in and every once in awhile the right the gas right yeah throw the dart and it license where it has still my aunt but I'll tell you something and it's losing game a losing game and that's why you know the NFL NBA Major League Baseball are all getting into gambling now because say they make a lot of money and where is that money coming from your pocket by let's go to Bob in comac you're on the fan Bob hello Bob women I gotta do this hello Bob our yeah good morning the wrong buttons here are right back okay that's okay I wanted it get your take on the jets a minute you know I thought the defense meeting a lot of pieces performed very well this year very athletes Greg Williams is job I think there are a couple of corners away from being a top five to sixty that obviously they have to fill holes offensively but I do not think that the we would it took seven and nine nine and seven anyway without the injuries I did get one time Jeff at I don't think they are very far from competing for a playoff spot and being a very competitive team and I want to get your opinion on that I would agree I don't know that it's you know a fate accompli obviously you've got to spend some money get some players you're gonna have to draft well all and this will be the test I mean this is Joe Douglas's first draft with the jets my cabinet drafted last year you've got to get that secondary a little bit better you certainly need to address the offense of line and you got a hope that Adam gaze use is sincere and Hey you've got living on bell who is a tremendously talented player who still has a lot of gas left in the tank and you got and more three years more on the contract yet to figure out a way to use him better and part of that has to do with the offense of line if you can hold some blocks a little bit longer you give him some creases he can make some hay got to be able to do that and yeah I think that's that's their marching orders and I think they could get a kick or two so we got some work to do but if they do it well and Donald continues to progress and they certainly could use a better receiving corps couple of new guys there this could be a pretty good team next year they do have a tough schedule they played the NFC west and that's not exactly chopped liver Fred isn't quite planes here on the fan Fred good morning Richard thanks for taking my call great show as always I have to promise for the giants the probably pretty crazy but number one if if Grady lease doing when I could do you like going to knowing like sitting there is a place holder meant it to whoever they start out gonna be there next quarterback I know they've got this guy he did they might like but what he would be treating a year to do when you get you behind a good offensive line he would you could do with the gene at the ballot check it's intriguing to me to the hill I go there for yeah because I think a bit Brady this going on you know I would be as good as any other option other than cam Newton I on the cam Newton going there so my other comment Richard is even more crazy I think judges just the precursor developed you're coming back to the giants in a couple years that they are president of operations I think by that time you will want to coach anymore he's going to get out of doing one and that would be a perfect spot for him that his guy in place the judge and then he could be the president and make all the personnel moves a bagel the draft will I think if he went to John marriage that Daddy the year from now or even this ought to be tomorrow we kick get a monthly decided he would put him right in there but I think that this is a precursor could be crazy but what do you think about you like on the New England if Brady Lee they're interesting you know I you wonder about Belichick whether Belichick has a burning desire to tell people Hey it wasn't because I had a great quarterback and Tom Brady that I.
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"I the comedy store said to me that Michael Shang Louis coming with Michael Chang was one of the original guitarist scorpions and this him and his brother, and then he went off he's a fucking wild man and his own stuff, the MSG group and all this stuff. And. They told me that fucking April. Fifteenth sixteenth seventeenth. He was doing three nights at one of the clubs in town, which give gogo troubadour. I think it's a whiskey. I was blown the fuck away. Finally, I was gonna go see your fucking live band on the Tuesday. I was I think we picked Tuesday night through and have a podcast we got on. And then when the band is finished redone on the comedy store for Tuesday that was the plant also get this fucking movies. And I can't do now. Now, let's not tell you. What was I depressed Yam fucking the press. I was looking forward to it. I was hoping the call me and said they switch my shooting date to the eighteenth on the seventeenth Wednesday. Definitely I go. See Mike was the mon-. I but. Things didn't work out. And sometimes you gotta sacrifice just to fuck in. What am I what am I ten? I'm gonna knock do something because you'll see I gotta be that Tuesday ready to go. I figured I'd get it in the mall at two in the afternoon. I gotta go to wardrobe. I'll get a nice light fucking dinner. And then go to the role, maybe smoking number and just go to bed and fuck and get up and work. That's that's it. That's cool. It's been it's been a few years since he did a movie, you know, man. When I got here there were shooting more movies with may different types of movies. I don't get those calls anymore, and I can't lie. I do I still get caused for ton of fucking shit. The problem is again with the podcast and the family. And if it's a gamble if I'm doing something for money, but I really don't like the side or something like that. Guess what? I'd rather. Not do. I I've always known that when it comes to acting like when I first got. Yeah. When additions, and I made my stakes, but then once I started booking, I got the hang of it. And then after a while something else happens you start getting cocky, you start cherry picking cherry picked with backing like with science like before I would cherry pick a role. I would think it what from all directions. Like, what is this to do for me for years the day? Somebody put up a short film. Why play the science cook? Teacher. Louis the teach or something like that these all the movies. I was doing after the right to strike they will hundred dollar a day movies. You gotta bring your own fucking close. You gotta shoot avowed fucking hours because they don't have enough money to shoot it to place at the end of the day. They're just fucking practice on acting because nine of the ten don't go. Anyway, I'll tell you this with all my heart yet. There was a movie years ago that made somebody to check from the clays would movie when she was a boxer. Yeah. She did a hundred dollar day move, and it blew up some movie million dollar baby girl from million dollar baby right before a million dollar baby did a hundred dollar day movie and the fucking thing blew up. So people like pushing them movies this pay the fucking pay sag, and I pay a lot of money. Even though I don't do like adult do dick compared to what I used to do. So the sag you gotta pay them twice a year. And let the end of the year they add up what you made..
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"And here's some pictures that's far higher. She walked into that phone. Look despise rack is planned on the ground. They just failed down she laying next to it. She clearly knocked that watermelon down the trash is on its side. What the fuck and then down here chiefly the down coffee table over does a box on the floor does debris underneath account, and then as a fucking open pint of ice cream sitting on the couch. Dan, ain't cleaning shit. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I'll be somebody get this Beal all right last Dory. Let me go to the bonus round. And. Doubled up and. That's why would opponents double the rice in a bonus round against to. Right. So far Karen is one in one. Let's see how she finishes. All right. Woman who ordered more than sixteen hundred dollars of girl scout cookies for her daughter's troop is arrested white all right cares. Go on with white. At woman from Ohio has been caught with our hand in a cookie jar literally Noel Hines thirty one allegedly accepted a large order girl scout cookies to sell for her daughter's girl scout troop in March. But when it came time for the Bill to be play pay the girl scouts of western Ohio client, they never see the payment girl scout officials said police air police say that they they tried to contact on several times over period of six months, but there were never successful reach iron order to retreat a six hundred dollars day. Eight. Fairly all the Moen's out of ten minutes. She's an evil person. Apparently, it's real cookie monster..
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Try to figure out what I was doing fell my face. If you times learned a little bit from it. But it was a long process, man. I was like, you know, for those fourteen years ago, even thinking about it doesn't feel it feels like a went buying of Latin high, but took a long time to get to a place where make mega movie or make a few TV shows. So just to make. Did you have any directors that you admired? Oh, sure. He would look at go. This is what I wanna do. The funny thing is like, I think I really got interested is I, my dad. Put on the John carpenter's the thing. Remember that movie from the eighties from eighty four. I think great man was even before that. He and there's a previous one from the fifties that Howard hawks directors, black and white, very wholesome, not terrifying. He thought he was putting on that the nineteen fifties film and he actually put on the John carpenter r. rated carousal film. It's fucking terrifying. It's just people's gut spilling as fucking gory as shit. Still my favorite move is day, but it gave me nightmares for three weeks. I was just shit myself screaming having night terrors sleeping with my parents as a kid. But I came out of that. I came out of that hell storm and I was like, I wanna learn how to the people, and I got way into like horror movies and you like I love horror, movies manner. My favorite thing I came out here to be an editor and I was always petrified. Like what if I get a big break and I have to edit horror because I don't, I, I would do a terrible job. I, I hate like, that's it. You get scared easily. Hot, yeah, jump. The stuff that's basically jumped majo- I jump. You're not gonna go see the new Halloween now. I have that power as John Rowe that it's a really weird John. Knows. It's camera angles music. It's music and the pacing. Yeah, if directly can't do that with horror, like I told these guys, this last week on AMC Xs has been, it's been on every day. Yeah, and I've been catching twenty thirty minutes of it. And if I have to say my all time, favorite directed movie of all time is the exorcist wherever yet whoever did the excesses fade can win, very p shots. Also the DP two or three shots that were really. Interval. You know, we have so many things that missing like this people complaining all the time. I appreciate people complaining, especially people my age, all of the old or maybe a little young. I complained about the film's from the seventies and the sixties eighty. And once again made today and I think it starts, you know, yes. The start up the script that it's not what the bullshit from the studio and how they try to pay people up, but also started the director when I was doing a lot of hundred dollar day films that was a time, three-year jeopardy. Two thousand seven that I did ten one hundred dollars day films really well, and I got to work, and I asked, you know, like I worked in Harrow Riva's analyzed at the only reason, pay new. The movies for the have was a dog with fleas. I read this. I knew was a dog with fleas, but I didn't care. I wanted to talk to Harrow rate now. Yeah, I wanted to pick his mind. I like. Things he didn't stripes that was just couple movie director. I think he wrote dry. He wrote drives in wrote strive, I haven't directed. And you know there was just something that I wanted to ask him about comedy something about the way he wrote comedy and stop the I really liked. It was subtle it. It was like a finger in the as I love things. Not literally. I like him. I don't like literally either the other when I got to. Westbound beats the other. I got an on Thursday scroll into channels, really wanna go to ask this, do I call Lear Ratto Anna oleo some Italian food, and I'm excited and food game. Pull on the play nice..
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Thank you for doing handwritten. That's the world. It's great sixty nine. Four sixty nine a day. I played a bookie and I cried every time I looked at and he finally came to me goes, why are you crime? Did you have a death? And I now you were the first guy saw when I came from Cuban TV Kitsap crimes, like really crazy. Craig speaks banned by watching really English, and he just became his son will work, and it's those little things. Even when you work for Adam a year later, he sends you like a blanket. I still got my longest year blanket, fuck, yeah, I take it to the beach all the time. I gotta guestbook tell for you here a little blanket. Yeah, yeah, giving my last night, it's crazy. How. Distinct came on called the one hundred dollar day movie, and people really took advantage of that and I'll never forget one night doing a pilot for after. A pilot Rafter was one hundred dollars day. I had two scenes, but I told him I'll do it, but I want cash because my drug dealer, what time is my call and what time of my getting that because my drug people closes. I have my money. I'll never forget going up there the first night. And they had nothing. It had nothing. What do you mean they had nothing apple. Okay. Does granola bars next night? I want Taj Mahal because the after guy was there. Told the guy go big difference tonight. He goes, what are you talking about? I go last night. This is a pizza shop pizza, and he he gave us car and he goes now on, you want any set and they're missing. I can. I started talking to the guy thinking he was Joe schmo. Yeah, tickle Kalaikan only goes here. Take my car. I work for after next time you want to send. There's no food call me FOX immediately. So I became the guy Whitey Bulger of service. Listen dog. This movie that the director just recently passed away. Good guy Oxy's got him whatever. Got them good, but I'll never forget. Like they told me when I got the movie that was over twenty one days straight. I'm cool with that. You know, and the first day, like, you know, you pay for your own once you got to go off the set and had just done Spiderman to where they give you lunch, but they gave you twenty five day and they really did give you lunch. Yeah, they really did give you an after the second Dag-o. Can I ask you that? And there was nothing guys quite like it started shooting on Thursday, Thursday and Friday sent this out direct and I go, you really want us driving around if you only have twenty one days to shoot this, and he goes, well, that's the budget that we had. So then we had to work Saturday and Sunday I came in Brown elimidate is on, I'm shooting some on the Sunday. I'm taking a man or woman away from our families. Sunday. I'm gonna make little special. Yeah, I'm gonna make it a little special when I usually do plus some, you know what I'm saying? And I'm gonna make it a short day. I'm gonna make this like three take a scene day. But yeah, it's Sunday while we fucking around on going there at this time I was married, quiet on sense. I was a comic and I didn't like how comics act on sets. They would try to steal the show to shut my mouth that there was no trailers. It was. And that names in this movie at the time. But the main guy being the father in the fighter, that's how I met him. Okay. He lives right around the corner, the father in the firing. Now he's on the fucking Broadway doing a play with. I just bumped into many got back from New York. He was in the movie and remember going, no disrespect. I've seen you on the show Dennis Leary what's going on here and he was from the Bronx and he fueled my anger. He was like, I know they don't have no fucking food. I've been in this business for twenty years. Nobody's ever sent me after lunch..
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Otherwise otherwise there would be a in fact i would i would say and people would flip about this i would say the san antonio spurs would have been here a long time ago well i think we have a priest population and know the pros and cons and tech corporate welfare like i said i understand both sides and depending on what day i like it and then i don't like okay look i i don't know how to prove either one of us right or wrong i don't ever like corporate welfare they're not a good day for that there's not a right time for that i completely disagree but i mean i know what you're really talking about is is how is somebody going to spend their money there's no doubt going to along or football game is expensive it's a it's a three hundred dollar day most of the time it's really uncomfortable and awful that's three hundred dollars a day if your point is there can't be you know you couldn't turn on three hundred dollar night it's just impossible maybe but you're assuming that the people that go there aren't going to go to anything else i'm saying there people here from all over the country all over the world for that matter that aren't going to those games could care less that's still have four hundred dollars to spend on a day and we'll spend it and that's who this guy is going for i do think i think it would have happened a long time ago if somebody thought that they could get the tax payers to build the stadium i think there are plenty of professional franchises that would have come here because one they're not they're not as concerned about the person who buys a ticket and by three beers what they're looking for as an owner you're looking for sky box sales that's where you make your money you will you make your money on on media contracts but those owners are pocketing that sky box money and that's why this is such an attractive place i mean i'm not saying it's difficult for the spurs to sell skyboxes but it's probably a tougher and less lucrative way to go then it would be an austin veggies probably not that many places.
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Ios at you at the movies at the wrong fuck this is horse shit like oh so mad and then had to buy another ticket to a different move sucks movie tickets are not cheap these days what no i'm movie date is really expensive go the movies on a day it's like one hundred dollar day between the snacks snacks idiot though yes good i yeah that's what movie is not a good i never horrible first of all you're not talking at all if you have dinner before the movie after the movie maybe some of the talk about you got it's like you're right and i date is like you might movies are great date for like if you haven't had sex yet but you're ready to start touching each other hold on sneak my pinky over on the arm rest like this all the time like when you're trying to like that's interesting if my pinky just touches like the outside of her hand it's in and she doesn't do this our knees touching yeah is touching allowed on the first date i think supposed to supposed to touch to show like affection so like on the badge hey yeah that's a fiction that's works yeah arm around now friends even with friends like i got a certain point like if i put my arm around you right now it's not weird but it's like a certain thing but the first time you met me i was just like standing there had my arm around you'd be like this guy is kind of fuck it right you can't go in for the hug though either until at least three or four times you meet someone.
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I get me allowance next week and that's what top economics that's what top entrepreneurship that's what taught me it wasn't how much you get paid per hour value you can generate sorry took that and i went to the lens called economics i went to smu i had mentors and imagine you're me you're just some kid you're selling things from dormitory you're selling five hundred dollars day or the stuff which got all the other kids pissed off and then you're thinking how do i skill my business i got to be able to teach other people i've got to be able to expand the amount of shopping that i can do and i realized that mentorship was actually the key because i knew how to get the grades i was on full scholarship i ran track and field one that kind of thing but the thing that i was missing which i think entrepreneurs need to realize you're so busy in the execution day to day try and optimize your business look at the traffic ppc whatever it is that you forget the people side and it wasn't until i got al casey who is a ceo of american airlines took me aside said this money opened some opportunities for you let me introduce you to the ceo of morgan stanley let me get you a job at it i actually my first real job was actually american airlines that's how i got this whole thing that pissed off a lot of people because i can always run to the ceo nor community get mad at me but it was a combination of that mentorship against the math that really made things happen for me and actually if it wasn't for the fact that people open doors for me i wouldn't have gotten an opportunity to work at yahoo that yahoo thing wouldn't have been escalated into doing with facebook ads and all digital stuff like working with you guys so i have so many questions for you we're friends who would like to ask those not just on the interview but from four thousand books read from running analytics yahu and having that experience at american airlines and now working with billion dollar clients.
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Really like them because you never get mike but my point being that wow we that this was crazy roese and then there was a movie drought i can't talk a little movie drag onto american gangsta i got into a couple movies but it really wasn't i wasn't there for a long time and then my career crashed i got a call one day and they said listen can we meet you align and they took make some shitty fucking place in at water village that sucked nncholas we want you for this role i did the table read for the row like a year and a half early and as i walked out i told the guy no listen this role was made for me they already know so when i went to meet with them it was like i we didn't get the money we wanted to be a hundred dollars day instead of scale that you have to work twenty eight days in a row because you only thursdays off they scheduled it like that for thanksgiving we shut november and they said we have one other issue your cocaine probe you told me this from my body dropped like everything and they go we know about your prom we want you to take the script home read that and give us a call in the morning and let us know this is something you're interested in because if you you can't miss a minute of this one scene in one room so if you don't show we can't shoot.
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Yeah i didn't speak english and i i was so antisocial i'm so shy a lot of us are like this a lot of entrepreneurs like they feel like they have to go out and talk real fast and shake everybody's hands i wasn't like that and i like to be able to measure things and i knew i was good at math invasion of course but when i was in second and third grade i saw that the snack shack only had two or three kinds of snacks so i would go down to the local pharmacy or drugstore whatever and buy lots of stuff and i would sell now and laters it was like the great valid strawberry banana flavored now and laters and i would buy them at five cents and i would sell them at seven and so i did arbitrage and i grew that larger and larger and then i had to use it at little database and back then it was loaded onetwothree because there wasn't windows and excel and people would start to take loans from me i had some mentors and imagine you're me you're just some kid you're selling things from dormitory you're selling five hundred dollars day worth of stuff which got all the other kids pissed off and then you're thinking how do i scale my business i got to be able to teach other people i've got to be able to expand the amount of shopping that i can do and i realized that mentorship was actually the key because i knew how to get good grades i was on full scholarship i ran track and field d one that kind of thing but the thing that i was missing which i think entrepreneurs need to realize you're so busy in the execution day to day try and optimize your business with the traffic ppc whatever it is that you forget the people side and it wasn't until i got al casey who is the ceo of american airlines he took me aside this let me open some opportunities for you let me introduce you to the ceo of.
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Loans from me because you know all of our dollars in kenya payment amounts next week and that's what tom economics that's what topnotch ownership that's what taught me it wasn't how much you get paid per hour but how much value can generate and so i took that and i went through the lens of economics i went to smu i had some mentors an imagined your me you just some kid you're selling things from a dormitory you're selling five hundred dollars day worth the stuff which shot of the of the kids pissed off and then you're thinking had why scale my business i gotta be cheeks are the people i've gotta be able to expand the amount of shopping that i can do and i realize it mentorship was actually can because i knew how to get good grades as oncle scholarship i ran track and field the one that kind of thing but the thing that i was missing which i think entrepreneurs need to realise as you're so busy in the execution daytoday tarnoff much business that that the traffic tpc whatever it is that you forget the people side and it wasn't until i got out casey who is the ceo of american airlines he took the aside said this let me open some opportune are you let me introduce you to this ceo of morgan stanley me give you a job at ashes microbes real job was actually american airlines that's how i got this holding a pissed off our people because i could always run to the see your knowledge can be dramatic but he was a combination of that mentors show against the math that really make things happen for me and actually if it wasn't for the fact that people open doors for me ten i wouldn't have gotten an opportunity worth yahoo in the yellow thing wouldn't have been escalated into what we're doing with facebook ads and all this digital stuff like working with you that five i'm nyse have so many questions for you have were friends with like to ask those two knives on the interview rich but um from four thousand books reds from you know running analytics the yahoo in you know having been experience in american airlines of now working with billion dollar clients but he.
"hundred dollars day" Discussed on That Awful Sound
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