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Would You Ever Join OnlyFans?

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03:21 min | 6 d ago

Would You Ever Join OnlyFans?

"Wet is only fans. It is not a site that only sells electrical fans although you may find some pages that contain fans on them weird. Yeah because it was your first thought when you think of onlyfans a website that only fans if you literal now i understand what you're saying you like that but that's what. It is actually a nice summary. From men's health magazine explains that only fans which launched in two thousand sixteen allows users to post original content and sell to people who want to see it. There are chefs who share cooking. Videos and fitness instructors lead workout classes but the site has primarily become for the porn stars who have amassed a giant following. Most of those reforms charged upwards of five dollars for a month subscription. The maximum creator can charge fifty dollars a month plus extra for personalized photos and videos and tips are encouraged interesting. Okay that makes sense influence. A marketing hub. Kind of really breaks it down. Even further to your point they definitely say it's a monetize -able platforms that allows content creators to create these subscriptions with their their fans where they pay like you said x. Amount per month anywhere between five dollars to fifty dollars a month only fans retains a twenty percent fee so there is a fee per this type of service in argue sign up and they can also content. Creators also can have free pages where they can charge fans to access content via pay per view. So that's interesting to know and content. Creators have both the free page and a subscription page tha diversify and optimize their earnings. So for instance actor. Bela torn join only onlyfans and racked up millions of dollars in just a few days only plans implemented transaction limits which capped the ppv pricing at fifty dollars posts and tips from new fans at one hundred dollars per tip and they also change the payout frequency in some countries from weekly paths to pay outs. Every twenty one days so very very interesting also to know they just so you guys now on influence or marketing hub. They say that this site was founded in twenty sixteen by british tech entrepreneur investor timothy stokely and now has more than thirty million registered users and more than four hundred fifty thousand content creators. And that's pretty. Pretty darn nifty. Now to your point. I did also see a lot of content around the idea that this is a platform where you don't have to be showing sexually explicit type of content but for people who seem to be more popular and or iraq and more money seemed to be showing that type of content where com creators are posting uncensored x rated pictures videos as well as hosting live strange were their followers can engage with the creators real time interesting and also they have messaging features that allow creators to market to their viewers. Similar email marketing letting them know about new or exclusive content polls and more and their live performances go along way toward increasing audience. Engagement brand affinity optimizing viewership. Very very interesting

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Higher-Order Thinking and Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSIs) in Higher Education

ABA Inside Track

06:07 min | 6 d ago

Higher-Order Thinking and Personalized Systems of Instruction (PSIs) in Higher Education

"You i got interested in the idea of kind of looking at higher order thinking and sort of personal systems of instruction when you yourself were a student and that led me to the question of what was personalized systems of instruction especially computerized ones from beyond. You know i. I think today everyone sort of thinks about all you can do all this stuff online. You learn online. Everyone's an online program. But if you go back maybe fifteen years you know. Maybe even ten years it feels like one of these technologies that couldn't have existed but we know. Psi original work was from well before computers. Were something that everyone had seven of in their house and you know in in the form of a phone so could you tell us a little bit about what. Psi's were like when you were starting out in higher education. You were starting to use them as part of your doctoral program. Sure well can. I use a way back machine to tell you another little tidbit secret. Of course you can do right if we go way back to me being in grade one and then i realized this later that there were reading. Labs and reading. Lab was the self paced set of there. Were these big boxes at the back of our room and you could go through these little reading vignettes. I remember reading about brown bears and things like that. Like that. Just stuck out to me because i love reading about them right like what were they. Where did they live what they eat so forth. And then you would answer these questions and if you'd have to get them all complete and correct and then you could go on to the next one so there was kind of this. It was all mastery based and i realized later this. Psi in like k. Through twelve right like in this really popular back at the time that i was in grade one and you know as students we kind of love this we could go at our own pace and get immediate feedback on whether or not we're right and we keep going on and on and on on these things and there's a little bit of competition among us rate because like you could be finished all of this work in your reading and language arts like whenever it was up to you you could get it all done and then go into something else so that was kind of exciting or are you could help other students in the class so i think that i never thought about it until recently but i think that when i when i was introduced to computer aided psi which was topped by joseph parrot the university of manitoba but this is probably why i love this system so much because it is self paced but the early early psi if you go back to the work of fred keller when he published his seminal article and nineteen sixty eight rate and the journal of applied behavior analysis goodbye teacher based upon a rhyme and he's introducing people to assist them that he's developed and he introduced in brazil as well as the united states. Psi was you know these units of study that you could you know master hopefully in about a week or so and you would go in and you would take a test when you're ready to take the test and then you either pass or you've gotta re study and if you've gotta re study you could go over the task with the proctor or the professor and then you could come back and retake it when you're ready to do so after you know some amount of kind of time out to re steady So if you think about that like things that there's an instructor right like if you have ten units that you have to have students take tests on. How many different tests do you need for them. You know if they get a reset and one you don't just give them the same test you have to have like a whole bunch of questions and different forms of big zam right for each unit so imagine the administration of that right like just can you imagine like panel versus thirty students versus three hundred. What would that be like a lot of tests a lot of grading more file cabinets right basically all the file cabinets right. Yeah file cabinet. Imagine carrying all the tests to and from the classroom and keeping them organnized. And you know. And we didn't have and they didn't have computers back then either right so when joe pair computerized this he actually made it. So that you could go in and you could request a-tast online and this is before point and click okay. This is before we had windows right in the we actually had to learn how to type in commands into the computer. And i never think of myself as somebody who programs but i did. I had to learn programming to be able to do this. Because you have to give the computer commands to get into your account and then to call up a test and then tell it to add more lines if you wanted to add more information to your answer or are you. Talking like a dos. Prompt or more like an old like early. Eighties looking kind of you know unix mainframe mainframe o wow absolutely yeah rob. It's definitely a mainframe computer right. And so so we did that and you know we after you master to test then you could sign on to be a peer reviewer or printer for student who had not yet passed that unit. So i mean think of it right like if you love this stuff and you're and you just go in and on a weekly basis at least on a weekly basis you pass one unit a week or more you can be peer reviewing a whole bunch of them and the peer reviews were great because they were bonus points in the course you and and the final exam where something like sixty percent because it was in person and they that was the quality control you had over the online course was making sure that people were who they said they were and you know that they weren't just doing things open book so you know it was nice being able to pat up though the the bonus points just in case but he bit. But here's here's the track right like when you do that and you're actually going and you're taking your test and your peer reviewing other students test. You're actually

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Jasmine Harrison Becomes Youngest Woman to Row an Ocean

NBC Nightly News

01:26 min | Last week

Jasmine Harrison Becomes Youngest Woman to Row an Ocean

"Crossing the atlantic. The hard way young british woman back on dry land after rowing her way to distinction. It's a test of strength and spirit and jasmine harrison. Aced it at twenty one the youngest woman to row solo across any ocean. How do you feel after journey like this actually mazen. The english swim instructor completed her three thousand mile row across the atlantic saturday. It seventy days three hours and forty eight minutes. You really didn't have a lot of rowing background sale. I was the challenge. It was about land conditions mental game. game. Just Just she she had had a a few few close close calls calls nearly nearly colliding colliding with with a a ship ship and and her her five five hundred. hundred. Pound Pound boat boat capsized capsized twice twice west west capsizing capsizing hot. hot. I I was was actually actually in in the cabin To light phones was so off. The safety offices the stock contact anybody else. What did you miss the most. I mismatched dog's honest. Good food harrison says one incredible moment came early on a wail of an encounter loose. Exciting thing for message now need to like go into something amazing too small achievement unions. Save half i you can stretch yourself pretty amazing by the way that void started in the canary islands and ended in

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Family of Christian Hall demands answers after fatal shooting in north-eastern Pennsylvania

News, Traffic and Weather

00:40 sec | Last week

Family of Christian Hall demands answers after fatal shooting in north-eastern Pennsylvania

"Family in northeastern Pennsylvania police called to a mental health incidents that call was to serve. And to protect Suicidal young men from hurting himself. That young man was my son Christian Whole Fe Hall was his mother Bystander video showing the 19 year old on a highway overpass. Pennsylvania State police troopers approaching hall, raising his hands, then the fatal shots or good civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, representing the family. Instead of getting a hip in hand, the police gave him bullets, Police say, Hall pointed a gun at the troopers. Dave Packer, ABC News The Air Force says a 24 year old instructor

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New Orleans gun store shootout leaves 3 dead, 2 injured, officials say

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | Last week

New Orleans gun store shootout leaves 3 dead, 2 injured, officials say

"A New Orleans area gun shop leave several people dead. We get the very latest this morning from a BCS Chuck Siebert's police say, a man and a gun shop and shooting range in the New Orleans suburb, Metarie opened fire than customers and staff took out their guns and fired at him. When had a Joseph was that a conceal and carry court? Set the store. Three of the instructors pulled their weapons and access to get on the ground. Tyrone Russell was there came out the side of the building on. I walked to the friend because that's where my car was parked, and I see the guy laid off. And I see my car with bullet holes. All over people shot, three are dead, including the gunman. Chuck's Iverson,

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[TEST] Gun and Gear Review Podcast Episode 360  Endurance red dot, STR9 Combat, CamLok, D50, Terracraft

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

04:41 min | Last week

[TEST] Gun and Gear Review Podcast Episode 360 Endurance red dot, STR9 Combat, CamLok, D50, Terracraft

"And of course. Because i'm doing extra. We i've been putting in the ad read our product of the week which i selected. Here is the hyper fire. Edt sharp shooter. air fifteen trigger assembly. I put this in here one. Because i have one and i really like it too. They have them in. Stock is the other thing and there are one hundred bucks so you know they basically are kind of drop incomplete trigger system kind of like the guiseley one that tony likes really well They're very similar to that The you can either like a four and a half five and a half pound poll you know they got a bunch of stuff you can do with it. It's just a good trigger. Good duty trigger. Is i would say not competition trigger so you can get that of course at primary arms And they have been serving freedom since two thousand and eight so there are links in the show out so you can go check out primary arms and do all your wonderful shopping there if you would like and of course with me tonight or the usual people tony rob. Zane only comes back. Zane was here. And then you know i started doing read and he decided to disappear. Oh look who's back and so did you guys do anything in firearms this week. Well yeah i've been playing with that. They're using that That dry arrange that. The we we talked. We had the guy points. Simulated his simulator. Whatever that is i. it's actually pretty slick. I like it in the beginning. I like it. I don't like the to Laser guns i'm using the play with it because they go through batteries. But that's not their fault but epa and having a good time it's fun. Yeah i gotcha gotcha so tony done absolutely nothing. What guns I don't know if i told you guys next week. I mean excuse me last week that Working on omaha okay cool. Yeah we're still working that out because to get approval But i can't wait to be out in omaha. I can't wait to start up my next diversity shoot so i'm getting prizes together for that. So that's what i'm doing right now. Awesome i'm dying over here and not really but We all our daily. I did however go to the range yesterday because it was a holiday. You know. And i. So i didn't have to work. Which was kinda nice Basically took out that s s eighty g three build. I you know. Put some rounds threat and that thanks shoots like a house afire Like i was ringing. Small steel at twenty yards. pretty much. no problem not super fast but yeah it's a taxi driver It's a like i said the. Ss eighty eighty percent frame. And then i did get a ghost connector for it because the stock trigger pull was like eight pounds plus Now it's like right at around five Got a pat arms upper and barrel on it or slide and barrel which is here for review so eventually that will get reviewed so so far. It's pretty nice. That's pretty much all. I did We'll see zane can actually say if he did anything or if he drops off again. It's a long story. Yes i did some things not really extremely gun related but kind of I got back into reading which is a complete lie. I got back to listening to audible. you know because it's reading I i read three books. Listen to three books this week. i guess you could call him gun related i. I re listened to art of war by sung soon Reread verbal judo and finally got a chance to check out violence a mind by a freeborn. So how was how was the violence. How was the violence of mind. It's a good book so you know. Varga has a unique perspective that differs from most of the instructors in the industry. So it's it's it's an interesting perspective. It's about a ten hour. Listen on audible It good book. Though i liked it okay. I definitely recommend it. Yeah i was just curious. 'cause i been meaning you know. I'm old fashioned. You know so i stuff. Yeah i mean it's nice to read on dead tree. I like listening to stuff too. But i do work like thirty hours over sought a ton of time to sit in my truck extra this week so i just threw some audibles on. Yeah why not sell. I guess we'll get into the announcements now. Of course our bandwidth sponsors patriot. Paco go check out the patch of the month club or anything else they might be bringing to you in the form of patches and shirts and everything else

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How To Improve Your Landings

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

05:41 min | 2 weeks ago

How To Improve Your Landings

"I have with me shawn moody bill. English tom freak in victoria neuvelle and also as a bonus. We're going to discuss suggestions and techniques for our flight. Instructors use while teaching landings guys. Welcome back to the show especially victoria. It's been a little while. I know you've been incredibly busy. So i want to say a special. Welcome back to you. Thank you excited to be back. Yeah you've been working so hard on. I guess people are busy buying airplanes. From what i've heard. Yeah it's actually an interesting time for aviation. I know a lot of us are not as lucky in not flying as much. But there's a quite a few people that i think find themselves working at home and actually have the time to complete a lifelong dream of learning to fly adding another rating. Or thank. You know this is a great time to buy an aircraft since not. Many people are flying the airlines. So it's definitely been interesting in busy. It's a great way to social distance. Buying your own airplane. We highly recommend it A matter of fact. I was lucky enough to go out with Bill english to do some landings Too long ago and had a blast going over the things that We talk about when we're teaching landings and that's kind of what the whole topic is here. Tonight we had a wonderful wonderful time but Anyway so let's move right into it as far as talking about the landings and some techniques and how to improve your landings at. Let's talk a little bit about why landings are important and i love to use this quote. It's in the airplane. Flying handbook which i think is really cool. And if you get a chance to get a copy for yourself. I have a hard copy. And also downloadable a. dot gov for free but in the flying handbook. They actually mentioned that over. Forty five percent of all general aviation accidents occur during approach and landing phases of flight. Over ninety percent of those cases were pilot related. Loss of control was also contributing factor. In thirty three percent of those cases so ninety percent of the causes of those actions were actually piloting related and loss of control is thirty three percent of those cases. So we're gonna talk a little bit about your lands improving your landings and i talk about approaches and landings because we're gonna kinda back up and and realize that a lot of that Landing has to do with how you set up for the approach. So let's talk first about learning how to land I again. I feel that one of the most important things and get some input from the other folks to is. It's important to go to some of the publications and read a little bit about it but you actually have to go out there and do it. We have to actually practice. But when we're when we're actually starting out. I do feel that one of the best sources is the faa publications. We're gonna get into some other things but there's some wonderful things out there learning how to land. There's many different ways on how to land in. These suggestions are going to be as you know talking to instructors etc but one of the things i likened it to and some other folks feedback as you know when you're learning how to land. It's it's a lot. Like i found when i was learning how to drive and anticipating turns and how to write as you're driving faster and a highway. Where do you actually place your is and how. How do you view that highway in front you. In our case it's going to be the runway. It really is like that well again. Like i said joining me today as tom. Tom i know we actually got a chance to go out there and do some landings. It really is something. That i think is very important is starting off your career in your aviation. Life is learning how to land And so one of the things. I'd like tom if you could comment a little. Because i know you do a lot of flight. Instructing is you know basically what do you see. As far as the best ways to learn how to land as far as as the students that you see that progress the quickest and are is there one thing i don't know if there's any one given thing but you know i mean learning how to land the plane. Is you know when when the first time i walked into a flight school. There was a sign that was on. The wall would said the second the most exhilarating or the second most exhilarating data in a guy's life is Flying an airplane. The first is when he lands. You know so i mean it's it's one of those things that you know. It's the hardest learn flying the airplane. That's the easy part putting it back on the ground. That's the hard part. And that's what we learn. We take students out and we learn the maneuvers. I we learn how to do slow flight. We learn how to do power off stalls. Power on installs. You know how to do. S turns how to do turns around and point out of those things are to teach us how to control that airplane when we get in the pattern and get ready to put that plane back on the ground again. How it's gonna feel what it's gonna do. We take it to its extremes. You know and that's what we're trying to learn. You know so. The people that i see that. Learn how to land the plane. The quickest or the ones that learn all of those basic rudimentary maneuvers. The quickest you know somebody who understands the The vanessa what it is to control that airplane. They're the ones that are most likely to put it on the ground. The best you know and and you're right you know A good landing starts in the pattern. I mean it's going to start long before you even make it to that airport. It's it's setting the thing up and getting completely set up so that you are in the best place possible to put it on the ground and you know one of the things i teach. All the time is that landings should be a surprise. You know that at any given time you're ready to go full throttle and go around and keep that airplane flying until you can put yourself back in that perfect position again to put that plane back on the ground.

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Failure Is Inevitable, And Necessary

Building Psychological Strength

04:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Failure Is Inevitable, And Necessary

"When i was a kid i used to downhill ski fairly often. I loved it and one particular winter. I decided to go out to my local ski hill quite a bit in an attempt to improve to get better one day i was out there and i skied all morning and when i went in for lunch one of the ski instructors who i just knew worked at that place was in the chalet and i mentioned that for all the times. I was getting out there this winter. I didn't think that i was progressing very much. And he asked me a question that still rings in my ear to this day over twenty years later he asked. How many times did you fall today. And i replied. And i was actually pretty smug and proud of myself. I said why didn't fall today. And he replied. That is why you're not getting any better. You're only doing runs and skiing in a way. That is already comfortable to you. That's not how you grow improve. You grow and improve by trying. New runs harder runs by skiing faster or on moguls or on more narrow runs you get better by putting yourself in new situations situations where you most certainly will fall a lot. That's how you get better. You fall a lot now. Let's all take a moment of silence for that probably freshman in college and his profound wisdom. You only grow when you fall a lot now. I can't think of many other life experiences. That require more personal growth than entrepreneurship launching a new product or new service into the market. It takes grit and resilience and strength and bravery and even if there are competitors in your market who have already have some history who've done the thing that you're going to do that product or service offering and that business is still likely new to you even if you're an expert at creating your product or delivering your service. You're likely not an expert at all with the surrounding skills. You need in order to make your businesses success. Things like sales and marketing communication positioning culture creation hiring entrepreneurs in the early years play so many roles in their businesses and most of those roles are new. And here's the thing if you're an entrepreneur or your go-getter in your professional field you've likely learned time and time again throughout your life. That failure is bad. It means that you did something wrong. You miss something important. Failure is bad and therefore you are bad so you cross those two things right the inevitability of failure and the negative relationship that most of us have with it and it is a recipe for friction and pain and suffering in business. Now what this means is that we need to get better and redefine our relationship with failure. We need to get better at failing. To how the heck do we do that. There was some clues in a research. Study published in two thousand sixteen in the journal of entrepreneurship theory and practice and these researchers looked at the factors that facilitate business success after a failure. How cool is that right. This is research that people are doing and they identified two factors. So i want to go through them. I they identified that people who have something called an intuitive cognitive style are better to go are better able to grow after failure. People with an intuitive cognitive style are people who are able to process murky ambiguous and complex information into insight and knowledge and direction that can inform future opportunities and future growth. So basically what that boils down to is. We're more likely to learn and grow after the inevitable failure that we're going to experience as entrepreneurs if we intentionally work to process the situation and dry out insight from it now. Let's take a minute to just review what we typically do when we fail. We avoid thinking about it. We wanted to just move on. And we don't wanna have to relive the experience of the failure that we just had researched found that it's actually the opposite thing that helps us grow from failure. If we can process through the information about the failure and draw out insight and knowledge we can move in a better direction in the future and seek out more opportunities for us to succeed. That's awesome.

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The Mindful Photographer, with Kenna Klosterman

This Week in Photo

06:22 min | 2 weeks ago

The Mindful Photographer, with Kenna Klosterman

"Able to welcome back to this week in photo. I'm your host frederick than johnson. Today take see because i have kinnock lost min on the hookers. He's a photographer. And you may know her from creative live where she's a host and kind of runs the show over there in terms of what happens on screen so we're going to talk to kim. We're going to dive into who. She is as a photographer. And more importantly i think she is. What i kind of affectionately call people multimedia for. She does a lot of stuff you know and it all kinda has one thread of photography that runs through everything. So welcome to the show how you doing. I'm doing great frederick is an honor to be on your show. Love having you on the podcast host for great live. We are photographers. And i love this concept of multimedia for you that is you the master of mini media. That's so let's talk. let's talk about. let's start there. Let's dive in really wanna talk about just sort of your a lot of the things that you do because you you do my research on you you're are you are obviously be creative live you host a podcast for creative live called. We are photographers. You run workshops when we could do that you know. We read workshops around the world. You are a photographer. Obviously and on and on and on lots of stuff like i said has a common thread of photography reading through it. Let's start with we are. We are photographers. And we'll start there so tell me about the podcast and what was the inception of the podcast and come from. Yeah awesome so for those. That aren't familiar with creative live. We are a educational sites where we stream education and inspiration to Photographers makers all over the world creatives and creative entrepreneurs and so we have a multitude of types of people that watch creative live But i've always had my heart for photography. Because that's what i do and so We wanted to bring additional content and insights to our community global community out there so we started the podcast called. We are photographers. Because i kind of wanted to be inclusive on the we Not just like. Here's a photographer. And this is a photographer But we're all photographers whether that's professional amateur for the love of is And so I believe that there is something to learn from everyone's story and so this podcast is not about gear. is not about reviews of things. Those are all great but it really is about the human story of what can access all as creatives and you know. Everybody has a different story. But there's always themes and threads and we all have our ups and downs and so it's making us all feel alone in the creative struggle. I would say i love that. I love etem. Photo is very much in that in that jetstream. Because it's you know we talk about gear every now and then but in geek out like anyone else. But it's the show is more about these kinds of conversations connecting one on one with other people who just happen to share the love of photography with you and it could be business. It could be your technique or whatever you know. There's so much in this world to talk about in the photography world talk about. Everyone's experience is completely different. I want to kim. I want to dive into creative. Live a little bit I met chase jarvis way back in the day and i've had the opportunity to speak with him in person a couple of times and always always have that rockstar. Kind of you know trying to say something stupid frederick. It's always that and he started. This company called creative live when he started it or when when it got started it was and i don't know if it's still that you can correct me but the whole metaphor was watched for free. But if you wanna watch the replays then there's a small fee that you have to pay in order to get access to the replays. Is it still that model. Because it's been affectionately been kinda dubbed the creative live model in the industry is is still yes it absolutely is and yeah we we started. I've been there from the very beginning essentially as started out as a volunteer back now coming up on eleven years ago which is crazy and So yeah so so so. We are constantly bringing new classes to the platform. We have i think about two thousand classes on the platform now for over ten years time and so yes. There's always something playing for free across the across five different channels photo and video. Art design crafted maker music and then also our money in life channel which has a lot of entrepreneurial courses and everything from yoga to to personal finance and so a lot more than just photography Whether that's for your business hobby or life in general and so people can tune into something. There's always against playing five days a week for free Rotating schedule you can go and see what's playing. Our one of our core. Values is access giving people access to classes that instructors they wouldn't be able to necessarily go and see in person and then yes. It's kind of a for those ones Kind of try before you buy if you have a specific course that you want to be able to have lifetime access to That you want to be able to pause stop remind you can purchase that course and we also have what we call the crater pass and that's our subscription so just like a net flicks these days. You know everybody wants a subscription and so we've created that model where you can Pay one fee and then you have access to nearly all the classes and the catalog a while you have that subscription so again access to two thousand classes in some genres so so We still we still. We've evolved With a subscription but still. There's always something to watch for free and then you can also pay to own courses.

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What the pandemic has revealed about the real value of college

Modern Ruhles with Stephanie Ruhle

05:25 min | 3 weeks ago

What the pandemic has revealed about the real value of college

"We've got a moment. We're in crisis. Can we do better. Ron lieber is asking that very question in his new book. The price you pay for college is the author of the new york times personal finance column your money ron for years and years and years. We weren't thinking about the price of college the value of college. Is it worth it. Well i think you have to start by asking yourself what college is right. what is college for. I wasn't sure what the answer to. That question was so i asked you know scores of families and i heard the same things over and over again colleges for getting an education for having your mind grown in your mind blown. It is for kinship. It is for finding the people who will carry you through life. It is for getting a credential whether it's the gold plated one that will open doors or just the degree that will allow you to grasp hold of the middle class and hopefully stay there and so in order to answer. The question of whether college is worth it. You need to find it for your individual family that we as a nation can dictate for any given individual but then how did we get to this place right. My dad worked in the summer and put himself through school and had a tiny bit of debt. After how did college get this expensive. There are so many more things pulling on our household incomes than there used to be. We are entirely responsible in most instances for our own retirement. We're paying more and more out of our own pockets for healthcare. Many people are paying off their own student. Loan debt well into their forties or fifties right so people don't have the same kind of disposable income as they might have earlier states have reduced their subsidies towards higher education which means the price of the state schools has gone up and the private institutions. They've gotten more and more expensive so the middle class. There is being squeezed. This whole idea of i want to go to a liberal arts college and better myself and in the world is will be. My voice. teacher is kind of an antiquated thought. Sure i'd like to enrich myself but not if it's going to put me in hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of debt. I remember when i was a senior in college. I went to lehigh and lee. Could absolutely help you on the career services front. If you wanted to go work in an accounting firm or be an engineer i wanted to work in investment banking so i drove to new york city with my mother and i stuck into the career services office at columbia university and i borrowed these giant binders. That had every piece of information that you needed for every bank every financial institution so you could apply for the summer internships. Now i went to the photocopy machine to start and you needed to have a school. I d to use the photocopier. I got caught. And i got kicked out the reason i bring this up. We send these kids to college but the best jobs are directly linked to only a few schools. So do we need to start looking at. Here's a college. What is the job. My child is going to get on the other side because otherwise they will be sitting here in hundreds of thousands of dollars with a debt. Yes to all of that first of all. That is the most bad ass career services story that i have ever heard your description of this as quote unquote best jobs right. I mean it is true that the best jobs in investment banking very narrow feel from certain institutions. Right unless you beat down the door but are those. The best jobs in america are the best jobs for anyone. Goldman sachs's is hiring. All these people in salt lake city now do not come from columbia and harvard and stanford mit. So then we have to ask ourselves well. These are iconic jobs in in certain social classes but are they really the best jobs out there for any given twenty two year old. I don't think so. Before the pandemic we knew there was a skills gap in the united states. We were at full employment yet. We had millions of americans who are not making enough money to support themselves. We had people who had jobs but good enough jobs. But you hear people making that argument saying you cannot afford to support yourself and your family working in a fast food restaurant but that job was never intended for someone who has a family to support. Is there an opportunity to actually create a real jobs program. A skills retraining program so it's not just about raising minimum wage. It's about retraining. People to qualify themselves for better higher paying jobs yes and that infrastructure already exists we can use the community college infrastructure to provide that skills training but we also have a shortage of qualified instructors to teach some of these skills. Why because the skills are so in demand that the people who would be doing the instructing are making five times as much money being actual practitioners. If you're a master plumber. You're not going to spend twenty hours a week teaching at a community college even though it would be a service to the community if you are a welder with twenty five years of experience right same thing is true. So how are we going to create the budget that allows for more people to be pushed through rigorous training programs. And so we need to do more I think from a state perspective and from a federal perspective not just provides the money but also to ensure equity and access to these programs

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A SoulCycle Instructor Got the Vaccine in New York City as an ‘Educator’

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

A SoulCycle Instructor Got the Vaccine in New York City as an ‘Educator’

"Griffith is a pretty well known soulcycle instructor who's achieved east amount of fame for being somebody who instructs you on an overpriced, stationary bike. Why she and the news. Apparently, Stacy thought that her instructor status at Soulcycle made her qualified to jump the cove in 19 Vaccine line. A Soulcycle trainer is under fire today for allegedly jumping the line for the covert vaccine. Stacy grip of bragged about getting the vaccine on Instagram Vaccine Day Step one of the Madonna magic she posted, But she's just 52 years old 13 years younger than the 65 year old eligibility, So how'd she do it? She claimed to be an educator, putting her to the front of the covert lines. Wow. She tried to pass herself off as herself. I should say off is an educator. Because she teaches soul cycle. Stationary bike classes. Are you kidding? And it worked. She jumped the line because being an educator qualifies you. For the vaccine. Like a lot of us would like to get the vaccine. Ah, lot of us know there are people who are on the frontline who deserved to get the vaccine first. Any piano teachers or driver's Ed instructors getting in line to I mean, aren't they educator Stace? About Hawks golf coach got a river view in Santa Ana? Hey, writ Personal trainer. Do you still go to that guy? You see an educator Alvin, are you an educator? You do ditch us once a week, the home school. About flight deck. My man educates everybody on gambling on Fridays. Can he skipped the line, too? Sure. Stacey Griffith Thies, Soul cycle educator. We put all these people had a teachers and seniors and frontline workers. I mean, she stepped in front of them. Who the hell teaches a spin class. And thinks that they're an educator and then posts about it online. This is why we know she posted it and a good thing she did. I love that. Maybe she can educate herself on what an educator is and is not because it sure as hell is not a soulcycle instructor. And

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New York City SoulCycle instructor apologizes after being criticized for jumping the line to get Covid-19 vaccine

WBBM Early Afternoon News

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

New York City SoulCycle instructor apologizes after being criticized for jumping the line to get Covid-19 vaccine

"Is a pretty well known soulcycle instructor who's achieved east amount of fame for being somebody who instructs you on an overpriced, stationary bike. Why she and the news. Apparently, Stacy thought that her instructor status at Soulcycle made her qualified to jump the cove. It 19 Vaccine line. A soulcycle trainer is under fire today for allegedly jumping the line for the covert vaccine. Stacy grip of bragged about getting the vaccine on Instagram Vaccine Day Step one of the Madonna magic she posted, But she's just 52 years old 13 years younger than the 65 year old eligibility, So how'd she do it? She claimed to be an educator, putting her to the front of the covert lines. Wow. She tried to pass herself off as herself. I should say off is an educator. Because she teaches soul cycle. Stationary bike classes. Are you kidding? And it worked. She jumped the line because being an educator qualifies you. For the vaccine. Make a lot of us would like to get the vaccine. Ah, lot of us know there are people who are on the frontline who deserved to get the vaccine first. Any piano teachers or driver's Ed instructors getting in line to I mean, aren't they educator Stace? About Hawks golf coach Down a river view in Santa Ana. Hey, writ Personal trainer. Do you still go to that guy? Is he an educator? Alvin, Are you an educator? You do ditch us once a week to home school. About flight deck. My man educates everybody on gambling on Fridays. Can he skipped the line, too? Sure. Stacey Griffith Thies, Soul cycle educator. We put all these people had a teachers and seniors and frontline workers. I mean, she stepped in front of them. Who the hell teaches a spin class. And thinks that they're an educator and then posts about it online. This is why we know she posted it and a good thing she did. I love that. Maybe she can educate herself on what an educator is and is not because it sure as hell is not a soulcycle instructor. And

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A SoulCycle Instructor in New York City Got the Vaccine as an ‘Educator’

Doug Stephan

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

A SoulCycle Instructor in New York City Got the Vaccine as an ‘Educator’

"Trending on Yahoo! On instructor of fitness coach who apparently is big in New York City. Victoria name is Stacy Griffin. God Yeah, this woman Oh, She's a soulcycle instructor, and she basically went on Instagram and made this whole big deal about how she was getting her vaccine because she's in quote unquote educator. And so everybody was like, Whoa, Buck you are you teach spin class. You are not an educator, and she basically jumped the line, and now she's apologize because she got so much backlash. She's you know, but she's still going to get the second dose. So it's like whatever it doesn't but anyway yeah, she's obnoxious.

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The History of Drum Lessons with Mike Johnston

Drum History

09:30 min | Last month

The History of Drum Lessons with Mike Johnston

"Mike. Let's jump in and Yeah why don't you go ahead and teach us about the history of drum lessons men. It's it's one of those things that right when you think about anyone. Acquiring a skill you have to think that as soon as that skill is acquired then that skill is ready to be taught to someone else and so we can assume that in the history of drums dating back to people banging on things that it was taught to other people the rhythms the traditional rhythms. All of that stuff. So i think if we're looking for forms of education and that's what you and i have discussed as in the past about like what a cool topic that would be informs of education. We have to start at in person lessons because that would have been the first way this would have been done in and that would be with any skill and so when you have in-person private drum lessons one on one. I'm passing on information to you in a skill set to you. That has it's own pros and cons. I mean all of these have ups and downs all of these things. it's like. Oh that's the best way to go except for this except for this and i think that that becomes such a cool topic because people like me. That are obsessed with education. We're always trying the best trying to find the best way to pass on that information to someone else. And i gotta say i would assume by the end of this. Podcast will wrap all the way back to the beginning which is in person lessons so i think the first thing that would have happened before published books and obviously before the digital world would be in person private lessons on the instrument. And i think it's probably safe for us to just do this coming from the drums set perspective instead of cavemen hitting random skinned instruments. No i think. I think totally and i think that's You know before that and and a lot of it maybe we can kind of dislike. Assume that a lot of the lessons that would have happened. before kind of our modern in person drum set would have been your were taught via the military Yeah seems like a safe assumption. From what i've learned over the years of doing the show is You know it's you're taught the snare drum for a reason or in other cultures. Maybe you're you know it's it's traditional music and you're playing and like a pub or in you know at a party quote unquote. Maria is. it's you know the function Was a big thing you know. What are you doing this for. It wasn't the modern day of like. Oh i play drums. Because i'd igam. I'm doing this to go along with this. Traditional dance or this traditional ceremony so going from those but if we consider like modern day private drum lessons they wouldn't have been that different even one hundred years ago. You would have had to go to someone's house or a music store and you would have had to sit down and take a one on one private lesson now. The pros the positive side of that is the i think the biggest one is this personalized when someone writes a book. It's not personalized. It's general but if i walk into a room to take a lesson with somebody hopefully as long as they're doing their job right they're going to be creating the education specifically for me and my desires on the instrument so getting personalized instruction is a massive plus the other thing is you have someone in the room watching you mess up. That can correct in the moment. Yes dead of submitting video and then waiting two weeks for someone to get back to you in the moment they can even and i don't mean this in like a whiplash kind of way but they can grab your wrists and turn them over a little bit and i. I still remember being a kid and having my teacher grabbed my hand and turn it over and just that feeling of like some another human being note. Do it like this. That stuck with me forever. Yes oh that is amazing and the other thing that never gets talked about enough but as someone that taught private lessons from the age that i was seventeen and from five and tell seventeen i took them and then i taught from seventeen on the teacher becomes a life councillor to the student because the teacher is the one person that is removed from their social circle. So the student who's going through whatever it is in their life whether they're a kid or adult they have this person they can tell their problems too and that teacher can't spread. The rumours can't yarn into drama. Because i don't know anybody so that's one thing that you know you get out of private lessons as you get a bit of a life coach yes someone in the room to correct you and you get personalized instruction. You're absolutely right. And and i just have a funny thing that happened because i i mean you're obviously on another planet from what i was doing so i taught at sam ash for a while and i taught private and then at another store here and i guess my specialty would be working with really young kids not as much shredding like. Let's go you know. Rip through a bunch of books and stuff. It was like getting kids to really like the drums. And i had a little kid. And you know. I won't name obviously but he They were. The dodd was from country. Where i believe. It was a little stricter on the kids. Um i think that's fair to say but the kid the young five year old would very often just kind of like talk to me and tell me stuff in like you said. It's like a psychiatrist thing almost but one time he said. My dad told me to grow a pair. What does that mean. And i was like. Oh man talk to your mom. I'm not. I'm not getting into that. I don't. I don't want sam ash to come after me but again that is such a normal part of being a private drum instructor is that you're you are the person that they can go to and just say like look i. I have no one else to talk about this stuff. And you know you can also end with the problem is you can't step in and be their parent because they already have parents and you just have to kind of be there for them and listen as much as possible. But i think that's that is one of the few things that i never hear mentioned and i think lake man even so my last private instructor that i was actually in the room with was peter manga dini and that was just such a blessing because he's just a legend in the world of education and i would drive two hours to go have my lessons with them and we would be in his basement and i was in my twenties so i wasn't a kid but i was able to tell him. Hey you know. How i'm touring and i have this record deal. Something doesn't feel right and he was the first person to tell me. Education can be your plan. You just have to choose it. Yeah and to have somebody say that to you when you think like. I don't want to admit that. I don't enjoy the rockstar lifestyle to have somebody believe in me and say look man. You're you're meant for this thing. I don't know where my career would be. If i didn't have an in person life coach at that moment To say those things absolutely he was on the I probably should have sent this to you before. He was on the show From when recording this a couple weeks ago a month or so really. Yeah he did We just talked about career and his life and he talked about you and Told a bunch of embarrassing stories. Awesome beautiful now now. He was super proud of you. Obviously but Yeah that was another suggested Episode by someone but I agree completely where you can like. It's almost like a It's just like someone who's been down the road before and can And can kind of steer you in the right direction. But i think maybe that brings up the point of but a a bad teacher can really affect things negatively as well right so so and you know for the downside of private instruction i think the biggest downside is that you are limited to the people in your local area and we don't all live in san francisco. La atlanta new york. London where there's top level pros. And that's i think why you see the success of books. Eventually later later in the timeline. The success drum clinics drum touring Even online lessons. That's because when it comes to private lessons whoever works at your local store. That's who you get. I mean i know as a kid. I didn't choose my german star five years old. My mom got me drum lessons and whoever the teacher was at the store that was closest to us that was going to be my new life coach and it didn't go well for like the first three teachers. I wasn't clicking with the people. And i had the jazz teacher that told me. The only way to play is like this and it was. You know god doesn't really sit well with me that i'm trying to get better in an art form in. You're telling me that it's the military that there's rules has to be done this way and so i think that can be a bad side of in person lessons. The other thing is that. And this is something you'll know from sam ash and either positive or negative but you are also limited to how much the store or the school supports their lesson program. So you might go to an amazing store that has killer gear but because of where. They chose to have their location. You don't get to take lessons on a drum set you have to take it adds or an electric it and so that's another really bad part about this is like oh man. I signed up for this instrument that supposed to be loud and bombastic. And i've never played one

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SoulCycle instructor sorry for calling herself an ‘educator’ to get COVID vaccine

Michael Wallace

00:30 sec | Last month

SoulCycle instructor sorry for calling herself an ‘educator’ to get COVID vaccine

"Is apologizing for getting her covert vaccination on Staten Island Friday, even though she was ineligible and then bragging about it on Instagram. 52 year old Stacy Griffin got into the vaccination sighted Port Richmond High School by calling herself an educator. Soul cycle is issued a statement saying Griffin acted on her own. It does not encourage his employees to seek vaccines as educators. Different counts many celebrities among her soul cycle clients, including Madonna and Kelly Ripa. For

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How To Build a Successful Flight Instructing Business

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

06:03 min | Last month

How To Build a Successful Flight Instructing Business

"You on the last episode in part one of this. You can have accessible flight instructing business. We went over different things like how it started as a new. Cfi you know getting over that initial anxiety and in the fears of flight instructing and also how to establish yourself and build your skills and your reputation we talked a little bit about the flight school versus independent and also setting your rate. You know how you get paid and that type of thing. We're gonna go a little bit more into that part of it as far as getting paid and where we left off so One of the things that we. I think we talked about a little bit. But i think we really need to solidify and also understand a little bit. More is the day rate versus hourly rates. And i'm going to start this off. I just to talk about what i've done as an example on a day an hourly rate and what you guys can look forward to. It varies now. Obviously an hourly rate. Let's talk about the simple one. I that's how most flight instructors are paid by the hour. You work in our you get paid for an hour now. Some people are and we talked a little bit about. This are confused as far as you know. When do they get paid. Do they get paid just for the flight or do they get paid for the ground instruction and we did talk about that. Where yes you get paid the whole time. You're instructing most of the time but there are some flight schools that don't charge for that. So if you're doing a debrief preflight you're you're actually just doing just a groundless. And you should be getting paid for those hours mostly. It's the same a rate but there are some flight schools that do change and also as an independent. You can change yourself so again hourly rate is simply while you're instructing you get paid by the hour something that gets a little more confusing i think is the day rate. And that's something that i think that you can kind of look at it from this viewpoint. There's an opportunity cost to you doing a day rate in other words. You're giving up your day to go fly for somebody. But you're also guaranteed that money per day so if you look at an eight hour day you could ask for the eight hours of flying time per hour but what's probably going to happen is When you're asking for a rate for the whole day they're going to have to negotiate that so basically is is something a lot of folks use both in the flight instructing world and also in the corporate world. They hire pilots for that day. The way that i've used as i used to work for an oil company. And i would do their flight instructing and i would do some of their reviews and they would pay me a certain amount of money per day. We'll talk a little bit about how much you get paid back. Then i was getting paid one hundred dollars a day to actually fly with this person to to build time for that individual and also to do their flight. We've used for the people there. That's a little bit different. i mean. nowadays things have changed especially if you specialize for day rates as far as like a serious and that type of thing so again. It's something that. I normally what i tell people is. If you're going to do a day rate start high if you're going to be tied up for the whole day it's a six or eight hour day you normally work your ass for that. You can always negotiate down from there but normally what happens is you're going to get paid a little bit less than your hourly rate for an eight hour day. Not always though if you look at. And i'm gonna ask tom speak up a little bit about this one. I know in in the serous world. That is a little bit different. I mean they. Those guys get paid some amazing amount as far as that day rate but anyway that's a simplification of the day rate. I do day rates on on other things. And but i want to hear cinema some of your comments here so i'm going to start with tom as far as day rates. What has been your experience. And if you could i know you have a little experience in the series world. Maybe he'd comment on that. Yeah so you're correct with the hourly rate and you know charging for flavor or ground and whether you're working for somebody or whether you're independent It's all structured a little differently. Obviously if you're working for flight school you're going to be sharing that money with whoever owns that flight school If you're an independent you're probably going to be able to charge. Most of the money yourself. the hour leeann the day rate. comes down to. What are you going to charge the way that i figured out is like what am i gonna charge per hour and you know what is a full day so just to keep. The math made full day. Ten hours know so that was that was my. That's my day rate. Um compared to my hourly rate then. That's what i've changed. What i put into it One of the things that came to my mind also is that you know as an independent flight instructor. I've had opportunities where traveled to go work with somebody. And you know so now you're including expenses as well so now it's a day rate plus expenses you know so if i'm specifically leaving my house to go teach somebody you know i mean and this is agreed upon beforehand with the with the pilot. I'm working with but generally you know they'll pay my day rate and they'll pay for my lodging and food for the day you know so That that become part of it as well. How do you keep track of all that. And what are you gonna charge for it. And what's what's a good rate to do that. And you know you just go by looking out there you can talk to other. Cfi's there's there was a bunch of different ways you know I had students that at one point told me you don't charge enough. You're selling yourself short. You know so. I had to look at it. I was i was probably you know Not charging enough for my services you know. It took a lot of effort in time and resources to get to where i was at. And you know i should be compensated for what it is that i'm doing and and that's what you got comes in this whole thing. What are you willing to work for an hourly rate. What are you willing to work for. As a day rate are Are you gonna make sure that somebody covers your expenses. If you're going above and beyond where you normally fly out of those some of the thoughts i had.

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The 3 Stages of your Selling Skills Development

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

09:35 min | Last month

The 3 Stages of your Selling Skills Development

"Today we're talking about the three stages of developing in sales specifically selling skills and most salespeople stop at either stage one or they fall victim to stage three point five in previous articles we cover the journey segments of a sales career in a four part series. I went through the life and times of the early years all the way through to the later years of a sales career. He can go back and look for the blog titled the life and times of an egg sales professional their early years and so on so forth. Today we cover the selling skills development stages these are how you learned to sell learn to manage a territory learn to become a positive brand new. Your customers and ultimately remain top of mind as the go-to salesperson in your market will stage one. Is the basics this. This is hard skills. It's the beginning the bread and butter the basic training course on sale. This is getting your bachelor's degree in selling skills in the stage you learn how to connect with customers. Ask questions present on your products and finally asked for the sale. Most of us have been to one or several of these courses. They are engaging for sure for the new salesperson as they find out that there's an actual process to selling which they can go through to help them. Sal now the majority of this development stages designed around what to do rate when you get in front of a customer and that's pretty important you got to know that in order to continue to sell. Everybody knows how to drive their vehicle out to the customer and meet them now. You need to know. What do you do from the minute you get out of your truck and start talking to your customer. When the last thirty years. I've been through about a dozen of these programs and a facilitated hundreds of them they're great. They're a requirement while engaging for a newcomer they can seem repetitive to an experienced sales person especially the person as an instructor but they are a great refresher each time. You go through them. And you hear new ways to understand the old basics. Here's an interesting thing. Often sales people think they will attend a course like this and learn some revolutionary way. That no one else knows no one else out. There knows the trouble is that selling steps are a fairly old concept. And they're all based on the same or similar staps. This stage is really the you gotta look at this. Stage is like the anti-gay it into the selling game. I'd like for you to look at it as just as described. Bootcamp your bachelors. Do your stage one in your development now if you want to be just a little better than the average sales person out there tune in to stage one point five and that is time and territory management. I've written a couple articles. Call the number one and number two salesperson killer and you can go in there and google and you'll find those articles they're great. The number one and number two sales person killer is not the steps of the selling process. It's disorganization and calling on the wrong accounts. Both of these are fundamentals of time and territory management and the problem is that few sales training courses ever discuss these topics as a salesperson. We are left to figure it out on our own. Give us the keys to the territory so to speak to a pick and keys to a territory or the assumption is that we will interrupt our very busy sales manager and ask her. Hey what should i do next. Or who should i call on today. You know that's just not going to happen. We're not gonna stop and ask for help like that. We office from our homes even more now since the pandemic so we wake up take a guess as to who should go see and then turn right or turn left out of the driveway for the day and i know many of you just like i did got to. The top of the drive win said flip a coin. I don't know let's go right today or we go see the accounts we haven't been to in a while or the accounts that have been complaining recently. Kind of the squeaky wheel. Well let's move on to stage two and that is what we call the soft skills and i like to call him the essential skills to that sounds better. We're getting now into the best part of selling and developing yourself in your role. The essential selling skills are often mislabeled. Like i said as soft skills as if their easy the soft really means that they don't have hard and fast measurements however they are the most important for long term success in your agribusiness territory. These skill separate the sales person from the day to day weekly or monthly selling process to that of the trusted adviser very important. Step the salesperson. Who goes out and does their job of asking questions and presenting on their products and then closing sale. Will they'll have success. you know. rinse and repeat. Keep doing it keep doing it. Keep doing it. You'll have success however they will also get price shopped and they're gonna fight the feature benefit comparisons that customers are constantly doing by applying the essential selling skills. You can begin the transformation from vendor to trusted adviser now. This doesn't remove all price resistance nor does it combat all objections however it does tip the scales in your favor. A question is how much or how many dollars connect charge from my tractor versus the next competitor. Mike seed variety versus the next competitor. Well that's a great question. One that i spent a lot of time discovering with sales people in workshops and coaching discussions and as always it depends. It depends on how much you can differentiate. How much value do you bring. Your customer and value is in the terms of dollars time or emotional impact. That's the only three things that you can provide of value to your customer. It's either you save a money making money save time make them time or you have a emotional impact. You reduce frustrations you increase Happiness or you reduce risk. Whatever the case is so what are some of the essential selling skills out there that you need to develop communication empathy teamwork interpersonal skills work in problem solving flexibility continuous improvement and finally leadership. There's others i'm sure. But those are some of the key ones that i like to think about as i work with developing sales people and how to go from vendor to trusted adviser as you can see. They're tough to measure and tough to determine how important any one of them is over the other however they are learnable and they developed over a lifetime career in sales the struggle is that nobody really teaches them specifically and speeds up that learning process. So that's what i want you to do. Speed up the learning process on the essential. Selling skills will you can also of see that no matter how good you are at asking good questions inclosing or using the right words in your closing the hard skills if you lack some of these essential skills. You're not going to sell customer for very long. You might get a sale but it might be the last one you get ultimately these to develop in stages lead to you becoming a brand so stage three. Is i want you to think about your development as you becoming a brand in a recent training session a salesperson in the group i was talking about prosperity. He stated that if the prospect doesn't buy from him on the first call he moves on and does not return. What i. I had a lot of doubts on this and i started a challenge. Does that's not normally the case. We have to call people out no three four ten twenty times sometimes in order to get them to buy from us so some discussion. It turns out that this sales person has been selling in his market for over twenty years the customers he works with have some of the highest production yields on their hurt so this salesman's local brand image is so high that he only works with the big herds who know him you know. He is filled the his territory and only takes on a few new customers. So if you are a prospect and you wanna work with him you need inside pretty quickly now. This is a unique situation. And i had to challenge that you know. It's it's an example of the highest form of a personal buran. He is very well known and people prefer to work with him. I'm sure it didn't happen. Overnight in this salesperson goes above and beyond for his customers and the reward comes in the form of excellent referrals and customers who value every chance to work with him to important concepts to keep in. Mind when you think about your personal brand number one. You do have a personal brand. Yes you have a company brand and a you know maybe a manufacturer's brand but you also have a personal brand to your customers. And i describe it as what it's like to do business with you specifically you your customers form this brand of you in their mind over the years as they work with you. Let me share a few personal brand images of sales people that might be out there first of all helpful to talkative. See him when there's a sale stops by with no real purpose driven to do what's best for me well connected in the industry. She's my go-to person when something goes wrong. Talks and talks but never delivers on the talk old school. But we've done business with him for so long. Those are some examples of brand images that customers may have of you. Secondly it's important to keep in mind that your customer owns the brand of you. Yes that's right you can. You can and you should do allow positive steps to develop your brand. But they actually own their

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Impact Learning with Jared Magee

Overthrowing Education

03:52 min | Last month

Impact Learning with Jared Magee

"The school we've rebranded as impact learning. I would love to hear about impact learning so the impact then is we. We basically take in some of this exciting stuff that we do and rolled a lot of into several of our dynamic programs together and so we clearly. You recognize that one's high school education is going to have a pretty decent impact on them right. And we're hoping that we can through impact learning this sort of Attempt at dynamism make it even more again personalized and something that a kid can feel great about and so if the learning is interesting to that student research shows that they'll learn retain more if they believe in what's what they're learning is really important to them in their future research shows they'll learn and retain more and we also and the research that we've seen says that if you do something rather than just listening or watching and being passive it you'll you'll learn and retain more so impact. Learning is is a combination of two or three programs. We've had in the past. One is our co lab program that is short for collaborative learning. We type it out really funky. Because it's a mash up of two words. Co lab is collaborative laboratory. Yes just so for those of you. Who are listening at home. Sure you are. It's capital c. o. L. and then lab in in the middle of that is all caps and then thank you so much for that. I appreciate that. It is a little confusing. When i say at allowed right but it's right it's a it's a cool idea when you see it. The visual of it is very telling about whether it's all about so in that way. Tell us what it's all about sure. Well the concept is for these courses the miniature courses and they've had lived many different lives have been reincarnated time and time again but the brass tacks are that it's interdisciplinary utterly immersive in utterly collaborative between a group of students and their instructor essentially well before cova came. And reinvented the world. It was very much field-based just constantly in the field trying to certainly emphasize fundamental skills and habits mind but also helping students delve into interests or cultivate passions. You know explore those curiosities and make sure that is a passion that they want to cultivate an in that you know. Of course you try to touch on character and risk taking and persistent all that good stuff but you know time and time again we tell the story in in our co labs we also have it as part of our collaborative program internships and independent projects. So a student can be a little bit more independent in that that reach other than the faculty led stuff and one good example of of what we're talking about when we mean cultivating that curiosity and insuring. It really is something passion that you want to move ever forward with is we had one young lady. We arranged for her helped her get an internship at a local hospital and they were there. Were a great partner hospital there in gardner massachusetts and she went in and saw some blood drawn day one of her of her nursing ship or sort of pre nursing internship. Pass right out out out right. And here's this girl. Her entire college search her entire high school trajectory had been aimed at med school. And all of her. She's a senior oliver schools. That she's looking at our nursing schools in one day of hat program like the actual practical application of that in. Just you know seeing if this curiosity really truly is something. She wants to cultivate into a passion. She pursues she very quickly. Sort of took a left turn and decided. Maybe this isn't for me. No and it's so much better to do with hat when you're in high school and there's still plenty

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"instructor" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"instructor" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Is elusive and. Effort towards something that you love in effort towards things that you care about especially yourself in your community is the most important thing. It's so funny that word perfection especially as it pertains to competitive dancers and I was one too and so I very much relate to all of this. But like all you care about at that time in your life is being judged and striving for someone's definition of perfection, which we now know is very ambiguous and very different on any given day. But my I have a two year old daughter and my husband has banned me from saying the word perfect around her because he's just like that's not a good word like you use it all the time I don't think we should use it around our kid and I was like that's actually very interesting because I've always gone back affect. yod That is really interesting and it's the I think it gets ingrained in you whether you are. You know a dancer gymnasts or even like in a sport team like the competitive level that kids are into its at young age and the sort of expectations that are set by their coaches themselves in their parents it's unreal. So yeah this feeling that you have to be perfect or you're gonNA crumble under all that pressure it's a lot. So I think that's kind of awesome that your your husband is. Coaching. Well he sees what it's done to me. I have a lot of work to do. Can you talk about your vision for dare to bear in where that I came from? Sure. Yes. Dare to bear is movement foundations biggest charity fundraiser, and I created this event because I in my years of insecurities and self doubt and when I had an eating disorder, my biggest insecurity with my stomach. New. Soul Cycle Instructor at the time wearing a sports bra in class was not something I ever thought I could do literally never ever never ever rather jump out of an airplane I gotTa do anything else. so..

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"instructor" Discussed on PMC Podcast

PMC Podcast

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on PMC Podcast

"You're going to be done. You go in there now. The core cool they got lost and we had to spend walking markle to where they need to go in a valley with no buildings got lost in a place where there's no roads so it doesn't matter she's locked out she's sorry she can't fear the door out. Oh yeah life harder. We should help her. Yeah there we go so we nailed it. Took you hate doors. you know. There's one boy in time the door check business hours. Yep still good and then the foot would come out no more luck doors. Going back to your your. Pm see life so deploy what what is the what are you. What do you do mostly so as to maintain her life is easy. Life is easy as a main tanner. But it's also the most stressful job ever because you're maintainers. Yeah so so. It's my job as if i'm in the instructor role here in the states i teach guys how to maintain a very complex platform. Even though it's the is click like bang bang. It's up in the air. It's a single fault system. Meaning if you don't check one thing and faults there's no recovery from it it's toast right and it's our job to hand over and we we we stress. This heavily in class is that when we hand over aircraft to the avia to launch. Were giving him a one hundred percent aircraft to where it's going to fly describe that that dynamic people don't is so abo basically a chair pilot right he's going to operate there the vehicle air vehicle right so some people call them not pilots some operators. I mean the fact is that they're controlling something whether remotely or nine hundred. It's still tomato tomato right. Who cares about titles but say scientific seems indifferent but it's it's it's quite literally the maintainers job to hand them. Something like good luck. You know like good luck. His should fly. This should fly compared to this will fly. You're good to go. you know in you. Know we push so hard on giving him something to where they can form their target. You perform their mission. You know if we also say if you slack off you'll have an op mission because you don't have a bird to do your mission and your your job because the customers are going to want you to fly. If you're grounded all time for simple maintenance unlike the military where you could probably make a million mistakes and not get kicked out right on the private side you can get kicked out for looking stupid right or you do one. You do one thing and your fire buddy right because the you're expected to be a professional right. No exactly what to do right. And that's the point so it's almost like military is like the college level. Yeah like everyone's playing college football in the military like they're good. But how good can you be can excel in the military like the only way free sells you get promoted. And that's due time. You're not going to be the defensive coordinator of your wall team if you do really good in college football right. You're going to have to wait for that guy to die. You'll have to wait thirty years later. And then yeah then. I considered the pm seaworld. The big leagues right. Because you're making money and it's a one and done so you can strive. There's people that we worked with that. Just the rep alone. Got him into the physician. Because it's small community right but once you suck up you have that one fuck up your entire life free entire career so even if you've fucked up once that's the first thing that they won't care how platforms yet. How many hours you had on it. You know how many you know you could have the most shiny resume. But the first and they're going to say hey on this date. You did this this. What happened explained that. Yeah you are. I tell people that any any given point throughout the different classes of there are anywhere between like three to five thousand people in that. Make up that industry. Yeah as operators and maintainers in other people and so you're really only to maximum three degrees of separation from anybody else. Who knows exactly what you did now where you did it how you did it. And they're only phone call or two away. I mean like it's amazing. How tight knit groups were. Were on the street. Is i'm abrasive. Abrasive guy and the thing is is you're jill stein was abrasive but no one said anything but says the pm seaworld. I gotta watch what i say. I don't like you. yeah. I'm going to report you right but you know at the same time. The resume so abrasive is that there are five props on that airplane that will kill. You will kill you. So there's some things. I'll be happy but when it comes like lava like like i don't care about the aircraft destroying itself. I want you to come home. Know like you coming back dubbed up nine. You're surrounded when you go to your out there with nato allies and everyone else like they have to go home to. Yeah and it is an international incident if you whack one of these into another plane right into another camp or whatever right in the so i've been you know tacking apple tech from beginning Worked on that. Not me personally is just one of the things Thanks yeah but but we're not like let's be honest. You know like this is going back to this world. Where you're you're being vetted out. You wanna come to my world that i'm going to bet you call abrasive. Well okay with this is your. This is your interview. You don't get qualified. it's also qualification interview. How are you gonna operate on my aircraft when you go down range. You know because. Then if i welcome you into this because now especially with the company man all the good guys already working. So it's the new ones that are coming off the street coming in. So it's like. I'm not trying to be batch protect or anything badge protector. Just saying if you're gonna come into the world you have to know your. I your name come from my school house. I don't people like oh man. Josh is slipping back slacken off because now all the maintainers having gone through the came back and like what are we did. Keep it up. Give me an example of maintain. Her totally fucking. Oh man so it's there's so many ways for maintainers fuck up an aircraft that where do you start. You know like you put fuel in it and say there's it and then dislodged leave names out of it. Yeah i mean occasions out of tell me a real story so for somebody like dropping the ball somebody who should get fired on the maintenance side for messing this guy. I mean let's first of all human factors is human factors that you can't you can't un train and you can't train. The only thing you can do is reacting in factors i. You're going to be expected to work twelve hours a day seven days a week for at least six months.

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"instructor" Discussed on PMC Podcast

PMC Podcast

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on PMC Podcast

"On you want to know. What did you already in. Anticipate their command. And that's still which was pretty interesting and that still happens now right so no it. Does i mean the thing is now. There's no active war. There's no active war. There's no there's no this side versus our side clashing right so most of it is. It depends on where you're at because g walk is truly global right now it is. It is and it's still ongoing instead of trying to find targets. Were doing more appeals pattern of so. We're doing more of an ill like surveillance in trying to figure it out. you know. that's how they found obama like osama off. anyway. I mean that's just they've found messenger alphabet group trying to figure out you know this is all the intel so they feed it up and they just found randomly. Why are in a friendly territory. Who knows i mean. That's way beyond anything that we will be disclosed anyways. But i mean as we got going on now. I mean there are some things that are you know less site that was at. I mean it wasn't going up the chain of command. He was at. I mean he was right then and there was. There's only two feeds us and then someone wanting got the feed year. We call that. We call that direct support so direct support to the decision maker whether abyan washington or being in your back door. Latin your backyard. That's yeah that stuff is fascinating because you get you skip all the bureaucratic bullshit of the tape swore fifteen layers between a real decision maker out if you wanna make a move on like a high value target or if you want to blow up something or call it rather call. Nca were to blow something up. But what you're talking about is direct support so you don't have to go through fifteen years our decision it just goes all the way up around and that guy can make that decision for you in new was awesome knowing the fact that at that site we're doing because we expected it form harder like we consider it like like in terms of a game every day. There was a super bowl day. Compared to regular game compared to some sites was like launching a line. Skip oh hey this is broken. We're going to be delayed different to ours. Pattern of life operation and a direct support. Operation is almost always life and death. Yep it's almost always regional consequences meaning like if you get that guy capture that guy he's gonna provide you intel. That's going to change the right of the war where it's going to affect the region in a positive way for tickets four months five again or you're totally fucked eight so i mean it was. It was nice knowing that you are in direct support of something instead of just get cradles. Okay so does describe a typical. Po l. so that people understand the difference because most of that work is pattern of life. You're looking for anything. Nefarious right in an area that may be a a suspicious area which means like imagine just walking outside and taking notes on everything you see at your at your neighborhood. How fucking boring that right. So the best way to describe this in it's super holly. Hollywood was season one of jack ryan. They had those guys in a box. He won't let me launch a missile and the bag on the asset dollar back and forth. Or whatever right you're talking about season one. I don't remember passing something back and forth. But she passes the dollar because she missile strike killed the bad guy. Oh yeah so other than that. I mean they were watching this dude from sky the tr- identify person and they have one village and that's their whole responsible. It's not like they're going. Abcd efg they're like no you're on a in your on a so then you're sort of like who's this guy and you can tell it's not like we can google earth in like. Oh that's a person you just see. Smudge smudges. Larger sets a federal guy. You know. I mean it's just one of those that you have to sit in your people you count the people and you count the people and you see all right. Well there's five cars there's twelve cars. What the hell. Yeah what's going on l. They're having a party cake. Kuku you know. And then there's the same twelve cars every single day than was like wait. A minute nonpartisan hard. You know so i mean that's what you do you just pattern life or you follow someone who think target ages fallen to see what they do. He ski fallen like okay. He's a bread maker. he's he works mechanic shop. Okay he this guy. Here work seven. Oh we should see a school bus. There is a bus driver you know. I mean that's what you just follow compared to you know like a direct action as we you know where the target is customers either going to hit target or air. Strike targeting us. Put out you the non blinking. I on target. If there's people take off then you can say hey we got vic travelling north that egress from this location and you just keep is in the gives. The customer direct action like intel. That can direct action on like airstrike to capturing do we. How do we need you know so. That's different so who's making all those decisions in direct action scenario. Things is the customer themselves. 'cause they're sitting right next to you on that so they do that if they need to. They can tell us. Hey move camera this way or fly this way and everything else compared to elle's where they just give you a grid zoning like hey disco put is on it. Report anything weird. Hypothetically i may have witnessed a long time ago very similar scenarios where the operators made all of his yet because in the the crazy thing is is military has the dudes you know. And then they don't pay and you've got these contractors like we have the same platform you're on and we pay out the ass sport in the so people that used to do that job in the military now. The civilian world getting paid twice. Maybe four times. The amount joined the army do two to three years. Get out get out. Come join me. They'll make some money absolutely bad guys. It's a very easy sell. So you know it's funny because people ask me like what would you do in the military was like you know being a mek instructor for a company that makes a platform to go do what people did in the military and it straight up like trigger polar in house on the ground. Where did he go. He'd right there. Where you asshole you know i'm here there. Reference my middle finger which way izzie.

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PMC Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on PMC Podcast

"Shoot. Long-range already that you off. Like the last recruiting video salt for the army was everyone's atv's inside by in little birds and everyone shooting at one addictive. I can tell you one handful. How many times. I shot from a helicopter. And that's almost never because they don't like it. 'cause the risk is so high that is strictly special forces written all over it. I have more floors. i have shot. Yes i know so much about buffing floors. It's unbelievable and we all right. So fast forward deployments my current so you militate appointed or not okay. So one reason gains all. My life didn't know anything. Good basic graduate basic go to korea for a year so it was like i mean as i opener. Plus legal age of drinking in korea was eighteen. So i was like okay here. We go and i think i can say that's where i became an alcohol. I mean there are some strong booze because it's not regulated like it is here like it doesn't have to be like submitted like hey oh the percentages like it doesn't have to be approved and how to make it doesn't have to be approved so you're just drinking some weird snakes so they were saying like soju which one's been created and knows what so do but there's some brands had from outta hide in. It will read. I don't read korean. I don't know which one says to hide or not. So it's like. I drink this one last night. I'm still alive here. We go anyways. I'm just preserving the organs so it was fun last longer. Yeah right so then. Korea in i processed into fort riley. Kansas and i immediately got picked up in went down rage like i got picked up. Got mike gear. And i was on a plane so you got you went from from kansas to korea back to kansas or did now request that. Or what so My era you. Korea is only one year deployment and then my number got picked up to go to four riley because they were two point and they needed numbers and riley was also so korea became master driver. Master gunner to help train. How i knew everything. So you're my resume got push forward reilly was like sh- smashed me up so when riley and my stuff hasn't even cleared customs house already on a plane going down range to meet with the guys in kuwait real quick before we went into iraq and there was just a huge eye opener. Because i don't think it dawned on me that was going to a war zone until like on a flight from kuwait over. We're loading rounds hand-grenades 'cause we hit baghdad like that was it game over like get on your vehicles and then you're you're out you're going like what union squad. It was a whole tune. It was all company as a whole company in this airplane. They're passing out an ammo on a plane. I'm like what did i do. 'cause it's got real yes i mean it got. I mean my life was like you're still trying to sober up real. I mean it was like a real was. we're world. I mean there this one of those like this has got like you know like the first time you had your having your first kid like baby and then when your son gets you're like oh shit i have a son slash daughter. Yeah i have to deal with this now. So that's how it was. You know that realize ation kicked in on the flight and i was like an infantry. We're have to go to the bad guys like. I'm not supporting anyone. I'm not in the rear with the year. Anything else like everything. I did in the past year and a half of training. All this takes place now guys over there josh go get. Would you virtual my leg sore. So what happened was not fit for duty. Yes i did that. And then of course. I had so much fun. Because you get to play with military grade equipment with some of your best friends that you have for your rest of your life you know especially combat you build up on with your guys as just it's thicker than your friends that you had all your life even college you know someone you've cried spill blood your own blood in something can find into. There's that trust that. Hey intern no bullshit. Situation people are actually trying to kill me. Just as much as i'm trying to kill them and they're they're with me they're not coward out and it's one of those things where you know some people say that you can't have friends. They're thicker than family. It's the other way around your friends. Turn into your family then it is you know absolutely he picked friends. But your family your family but you know you you get immersed with somebody. I mean right now. I've got friends. I can call instantly if anything happens phone call. They'll be here and you're one of them. 'cause we met college and even though we never served again we still have that bond that you only get tested you know get investors to sober for this one but i mean so yeah i drove. I think should be anyway. So i mean had had a lot of fine and that was my three years and recruiter. Got me again bitch. Cash free bonus. You went in there. And i'm like oh tax tax free bonus. You got a nationalist phones. Tax free bonus you re up for x. amount of time and you get to pick a duty station outside. He'll you requested hawaii because everyone was like wise the cat's meow you know in the you're done at noon because there's really nothing to do because the the state there's only so many training you're going to feel their practice dating. Yeah so. I mean there's like a. We're right by the beach no type thing but i chose Hawaii in my second duty station was for germany. Or and i get orders cut to four. Drums will different than i mean. Just other than wants beautiful. And the other one's always covered in snow physical. So you know. I got orders. Cut to go to fort drum new york and once again got to riley report three weeks later because there are shipping out. I was like okay. Okay okay. so that's where my mentality was pretty bad because at drum they're still trading fairly hard. They want you know down dressing game rate for deployment. The area i came from was the same area. There were going into and this is where my lessons attack needed. Come in his not tackled just newly pin specialists slash corporal going in in hearing these commanders in first sergeant Talking how they're gonna take tactics from what they did in afghanistan and apply it in iraq and iran going. No no now because they wanted to leave they wanna leave their cruiser of weapons mounted they didn't bring any of that. Fuck that you know. They were like oh you know we can move quicker with our good idea ferry just working his way around you know so once again. That goes from mac to light you know. We carried to forty broncos in the to forty. I mean heavy. it's.

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"instructor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Top instructor here at online trading academy really display why we refer to him as the brains of the operation out here we're talking about is a lot of different things on different bubble conversations a lot of different kind of economic situation that we find ourselves in one of the most kind of any prolific messages from from the just the conversation we we finish before that break was was preparedness and the average person if you will look yourself in the mirror you're not prepared you know prepared for for marketers do not prepared of a market turns down you're prepared for a market crash that's normal but it's not okay just just because things are normal just because everybody else is doing it doesn't make it right if everybody jumped off a cliff frets go back to what my mom would say to me if I was a very jumped off a cliff do you jump off a cliff to right at the same time of everybody's on him I'm prepared does that mean you should be prepared to people don't know how to manage money in a down market doesn't mean you should know how to do it to me just because people are doing dumb things doesn't mean you do dumb things as well so don't want to have the blind leading the blind separate yourself from the herd it's one of the reasons why our statistics are so bad bad is an understatement some of the reasons why the statistics are so bad around the situation people are retiring in it's a lack of preparedness a lack of preparedness comes down really to personal ownership it's called procrastination when the markets are doing well I don't even know I'm there you hear this too I don't even know how how many times you hear somebody say well everything's just fine please find what do I have to worry about you have to worry about the fact that you're on the top of a cliff and start to crumble right yeah you're up at the top right now but the fun saying what goes up must come down what would you do if there is a place where you could be introduced to step by step strategies designed.

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"instructor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And top instructor here at online trading academy really said some light on what's going on in the world I would say it's specifically what's going on in your life you know a lot of times you know we we talked very specifically about you know going long going short and risk management tools and sat in the market today this show is all about you and how to be prepared you know one of the things that I was realize just as we were starting this and and we were chit chatting about a few of the things we we we wanted it because Arkan we once we take a break our conversation continues but our conversation continues of them were able to get back on with you guys and keep rolling with it but our conversation continues you we're talking about so many interesting things on the break that will bring up with you guys over these next couple segments but but one of the things that the that I felt like just as I as my Mike was turning on what I what I need to say is you're not ready your not ready like everybody was listening to this show right now you're not ready you know as we're going through all the stats on the on the debt clock on on that you know that are that are public information your seeing the the average situation of the average household the average income it is it is fair to assume that it's it you can say you're not ready the next downturn coming in is that that next wave you know it's like everybody's playing on the beach you know those people who've never been to the beach before and they've never had that a parent say don't turn your back on the ocean met my parents tell me that my whole life and you always see those terrorists who it's their first time to the beach and what do they have well the other take in that photo their backs to the beach and they get cold Lauber you know somebody else's video tape it ends up on YouTube on one of those fail channels but they just get clobbered by that way because they're not even looking for their like everything is fine we just made it to the beach for the first time Larry let's take a selfie this is gonna be a major buying them in the wave comes in and that's what we're looking at in here you know when we see we're at the tip top of these markets we have all these recession signs coming and then you read an article that says that I'm going to read to you right now that is a USA today story from just a little while back but it's it's still is holding true based on the deck Cochran's can read one quick blur permit this is while the average US savings account is at sixteen thousand four hundred and twenty the median savings account across the U. S. household is around forty eight hundred four thousand eight hundred and thirty and and when you how you know so when you have a median so much lower than the average the masses are below the average that's how that works right now we have a class coming up.

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"instructor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Development and top instructor here at online trading academy really said some light on what's going on in the world I would say it's specifically what's going on in your life you know a lot of times you know we we talked very specifically about you know going long going short and risk management tools inside the market and today this show is all about you and how to be prepared you know one of the things that I was realize just as we were starting this and and we were chit chatting about a few of the things we we we wanted it because Arkan we once we take a break our conversation continues but our conversation continues of them were able to get back on with you guys and keep rolling with it but our conversation continues you we're talking about so many interesting things on the break that will bring up with you guys over these next couple segments but but one of the things that the that I felt like just as I as my Mike was turning on what I what I needed to say is you're not ready your not ready like everybody was listening to this show right now you're not ready you know as we're going through all the stats on the on the debt clock up on that you know that are that are public information your seeing the the average situation of the average household the average income it is it is fair to assume that it's the that you can say you're not ready the next downturn coming in is that that next wave you know it's like everybody's playing on the beach you know those people who've never been to the beach before and they've never had that a parent say don't turn your back on the ocean met my parents tell me that my whole life and you always see those terrorists who it's their first time to the beach and what do they have well who the other take in that photo their backs to the beach and they get cold Lauber you know somebody else's video tape it ends up on you tube on one of those fail channels but they just get clobbered by that way because they're not even looking for their like everything is fine we just made it to the beach for the first time Larry let's take a selfie this is gonna be a may I come by and I'm in the wave comes in and that's what we're looking at in here you know when we see we're at the tip top of these markets we have all these recession signs coming and then you read an article that says that I'm going to read to you right now that is a USA today story from just a little while back but it's it's still is holding true based on the deck Cochran's can read one quick blur permit this is while the average US savings account is at sixteen thousand four hundred and twenty the median savings account across the U. S. household is around forty eight hundred four thousand eight hundred and thirty and and when you how you know so when you have a median so much lower than the average the masses are below the average that's how that works right now we have a class coming up.

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"instructor" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And top instructor and the treaty kept me really said some light on the skills and ability that it takes to generate income in the market the skills and abilities even the mindset so many times that mental makeup is something that that's overlooked we don't spend the time to reprogram our brain and we just kind of run into the fray and hopefully will end up being able to make it out clean on the other end the reality is a lot of the hurdles a lot of the the obstacles or or to to to see that word in a more fun manner like from brother where art thou they would call the obstacles we have to be greater than our obstacles but one of the things we do have to have the knowledge we do have to have the skills we do have the abilities to really climb over those obstacles and really reach our goals real Leri what are some of the things that I know we just have a little bit on the segment that we really need to get out to our financial family right now well the biggest obstacle keeping up with your worry obstacles out tackle is there your money is your money mindset that's the biggest obstacle that most people have to deal with it's how you view money how you accept money and how more importantly you spend money and a lot of people don't realize they all want to learn how to generate more more income as I've said to so many people who sit there and say well I get a raise and make some more money the bottom line is if you don't have this money mind set down even though they add more zero said of your income your simply gonna add more zero said of your expenses you're not gonna get any better off so what we help our students do is help them with the psychology of trading we help them realize that there is a technical skill aspect to this but there's also a psychological aspect to training that's what makes the banks have the greater edge over all of us is that they know how to manage both their psychology as well as the skill of trading and we teach our students a simple system to save yourself stress time energy money it's known as our patented core strategy and the goal is a simple step by step invest strategy that can help you make the right decisions when it comes to your money yeah and you know I I like to compare Wall Street to Las Vegas sometimes because so many times you know when we we sit at the table there might be eight people including the dealer at a at a table we'll see how many gamblers are at the table and everyone's like well there's only seven the dealers not gambling will dealers gambling that risk but the thing that the dealer has verses the people sitting across the table from them in the casinos the dealer has rules the dealer has a strategy and the strategy is designed to put the odds in their favor they don't win on every hand but it's designed for them to consistently win that's where you can.

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"instructor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"instructor" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Cadre instructor for the restaurant is outside and they called it the and the the they give it a name and I forgot the name of it but is the word that says that there be lights is singularity in physics is called the singularity is absolutely dead still everything in the universe is moving nothing's gonna stop in the universe nothing stops only stop is relative when a standard traffic lights hi nu sitting there with a next a complex do you and the the car next year on the last took off when you think you're going back was that you put your foot on the brake it is relative it has the effect of you going back with both of you are going in the same direction one foster and the other my dear friend what it means and you cannot be still it is a spiritual thing to find out what being still is I'm going to share it with you is so now listen carefully not everybody is the same to me can get could I sure.

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"instructor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The same page. Okay. So okay. That's just another tip. The it's actually a good reminder because people just stay in the left lane. And I don't think you're supposed to you're just supposed to use it for passing. Yeah. Yeah. And then this led me to a thought that I had the other day, which was everyone says be the change you want to see in the world, but who is actually going to become a driver's Ed instructor to teach us all how Tipper March. Okay. I just have to say, yes. I do follow the rules have zipper merging now. Now that I know what zipper merges I have never heard the words zipper merge until I moved here. Okay. Which is ironic because we seem to be the only place in the entire world that doesn't know how does it emerge? But I I include myself in that. And I don't think it's not anybody's fault. But that's that's something that how do you change it? I think we don't know what zipper merging is. Because we don't know what it is. So everyone's always like, I'm so mad that nobody's zipper merges. But I think no one knows how to zipper I go. Then you go now. Yeah. It's just taking turn. But if we just complain about it like, nothing changes. You know, we have to have someone actually teach us all voted do it properly, which probably starts in driver's, Ed. And then works its way up to like being a politician and having a platform where you have a space to say, this is how you properly zipper merge because I think people can. Complain. But they never actually realized what the actual maneuver is. Right. And I think what happens is people get mad because they think people are going to fast to get to the point where you're supposed to merge. It's like, hey, you're cutting in front of everybody. No, no. That's how you're supposed to do it to keep the flow of traffic moving. So again, it is when your joining onto.

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"instructor" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Forward slash go forward slash beekeepers another thing okay so i feel like a lot of times parents the swim lessons as something really difficult and something they want to outsource because they don't know how to do it and it can seem really daunting to teach kids how to swim especially like we already established there so much on the line like the risk villier is a big deal when you're talking about the water and you have that's what i loved about your course that's why i wanted to talk to you so explain to me why do you think parents are great and teachers for their own kids and why that's a great way to teach the kids to swim yeah so that's a really good question i've heard the comment from parents you know i just wanted to take kids of someone else to teach and i understand that and a lot of ways i'm probably call it out people and even myself in a lot of ways you know i i have two kids and i think in a lot of ways it's a cop out where it's easier in a certain sense to say hey you teach mike childless and a lot of times it's because of the year not feeling like the panther able to cause i had so many parents say i would love to teach my showed how to swim i just don't know how i just don't know how to teach them in and i totally get that you know you wanna make sure especially with the lifesaving skill like swimming you wanna make sure that they have a good instructor that they're learning the right skills that they're not bad habits so one of the reasons why i think parents are the right person to teach swim if you think about were are we as parents are our child's first teacher so we teach them how to eat how to shower brush your teeth have go.

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"instructor" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"To my vantage right i do think there is sort of a vibe sometimes that like instructors running things like in their service and suddenly you're paying them totally that you need to impress them but like actually no day around are you kidding me one hundred percent at we're i'm gonna service industry you know it's like it's it's like you hundred percent agree with you i think i think it's it's changed a lot over it i mean i've seen not to keep doing this forever but i have and i've seen such a change in the industry between like people being in it for the right reasons and truly wanting to help people and make a change versus the celebrity aspect of not training celebrities but trainers thinking that they're they're nice and that's like that's a big issue like when people say oh you're celebrity like be clear i train them i don't consider myself one so you coming into my room like i'm so grateful that people show up like still show up every day to take my classes i'm not the other way around it's like i'm like and i say and i always say it at the end i'm like i always say thank you for giving me sixty minutes of your time today because there's so many choices out there and it's like they chose to be with you to take their one hour and make you their person for anyone who's listening don't be afraid to talk to your instructor yeah don't be afraid like it is their job that's like it's like when you go to a restaurant you order a new in some they talk about the special like i laugh my husband 'cause he always asks thousand questions if i take it this stop it and he'll be like it's her job to tell me whether it's good or bad in the same thing goes for like radian structurally don't be into and if you're if you walk into a room and the instructor is intimidate like i know you look at me and it's intimidating i'm well aware really nice.

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"instructor" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"The stairs are really hard trying to take them and someone when let me she was like she's like the door won't open into the office like she was different she was like you can take them down i'm like i can't take them off and i'm like down i do they are out of remorse but here's what's interesting too is that aren't stairs different when you're not in the mindset of a workout versus a workout like you had like your workout gear on and you were walking those stairs you'd be like totally like it's not that bad it's not that bad but when you're not dressed for it and not in the mindset it's like a whole different alfred on you just end up sweating this why i never i'm always so it's like i can do workout anywhere anytime you let people where leisure here i've a question out injuries and also let's say you go to a class but you've never been like properly trained just like i find that like not necessarily shown by the instructor how to do something correctly might end up like with an ache or pain later on no is from an exercise it didn't do so let's say you're in that position and you don't have like you or someone else telling you do what do you have someone do i think your first time in class what i the first time someone takes a class i highly encourage them to go up instructor and say this is my first time in like be bold you know like literally to instructor and be like it's my first time in here feel free to correct me whenever you see me doing something that you're on that wrong or that need some help because i will say from an instructor standpoint again.

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"instructor" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Exactly and and really i mean as an instructor of done that for many years starting the racing schools and you average one into these people come through and people coming saying that i'm the best driver and they look at my car and the cop hall and it's expensive and it's fast they normally be terrible but their wife could be extreme subtly they get in the car all their natural off say one in ten we'll be like that you get a naturalist you know who who can it can take to it but it does take more than one hundred thousand he's got the the real determination to to take that skill and go all the way with it do you i mean i was i was reading through your driving resum because i mean i obviously know your tv work for the for the most part but i didn't really i knew you were racing driver but i didn't really study it but i looked at your driving resume for you have an absurd driving resume you have driving resume that is so like just if you just look at your wikipedia page even use resume stuff it's like okay british gt fifa gt formula three v eight supercar indy lights what am i missing lama yep am i missing anything nascar nascar i saw and i saw special forces driving instructor what does that mean someone's gonna i have imagination okay that's made up we're gonna have to edit and then my favorite thing said that you worked i collect trick yes myself into really tiny one thirty two scale and not got into the little toy cars and race them my friends.

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"instructor" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Environmental that's a huge point that you bring it you know you have to be able you really eu and i think that's where you heat the good instructors from the video corruption are three they are the instructors like we talk about this and are like we have already is pretty much stand you know you're you're going to come in and you're going to be faced with some very challenging standard you have an and that that's just the way it is but at the same time i have an obligation to ensure that that student has a positive experience that we defined positive as they're able to meet those standards and so when they leave the class with a positive experience they go home they wanna practice they want to keep getting better than aid to get that fire in the gut want improved eventually what happened is we as instructors we put our basically put ourselves out of a job because we have created in the student that urged to learn gained knowledge practice all that other business and eventually they become you i mean at some point students are going to go off on their own you know what what does that but we he it where a student has just kinda got to the point where they feel like they can do it on their own at idiot caitlyn go puppets well well let's you know i'm sure you're not you're not you're you're you're knowledgeable of a lot of the instructors in the socalled community believe it or not come from like a civilian background you know some of them the guest instructor yet so it it blows my mind that you bring that up because it's true we're giving them all these jewels and then eventually you know pod one will become the master you know what i mean and they're going to go out and they're going to start their own shooting courses like i see guys all the time online that are no military back i think one guy's a priest and this guy has like one of the fastest appendix draws i've seen in my life for a us a bad presided this so i i i completely agree where we're going to we're so good we're gonna run ourselves out of work and that's okay because there's plenty of work there there is always there you know one of the things that.

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"instructor" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"We do instructor selection here for our structure staff about twice a year and you know we started off with about thirty five and you don't you little through the as yet here got the ones with the fair dust the very dust on it exactly i don't i don't care what the resume start with you know what i looked for forward first of all those words you did you earn your living as a professional instructor loan on first thing i don't care if it was with recall here's what the army navy air force or any other institution organization but did you earn your key as an instructor because that to me you know the military does a really good job of structure you know that one thing that we can say with cardoso branch that theory fist in all branches structure so they have that going into it you know and as we riddled through those it resumes the rest of eight go to interviewed skilled assessment by the time i get to this filled with that i can kind of tell who are those individuals that are going to have the best chance of being able to convey the message convey that message could pretty much everybody that made it to my door has the subject matter expertise i wouldn't be looking at them talking to them if they didn't have that and they just how to meet the editor a distance here was though with the actual experience in getting the message out as you say you know because that's what it's out about at the end of the day you know why you you we were not just sitting around for you know one two three a week two weeks you know if this timeframe just a you know waste time and money and effort and then they just you know what what are you doing can you get the point to the individual and they need understand it's not occur it's not it's not like something you just walk in and do like you know you're not like a ticket made or something going around in the people clark intake is you know just step into this career you know you have to be able to thrive in it especially for the brand of gary.

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"instructor" Discussed on Healthy Lifestyle Show

Healthy Lifestyle Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"instructor" Discussed on Healthy Lifestyle Show

"A instructor you a joe meets you would unip follow the instructors lead you put your hand on the keys you would follow a long you would try to read the music you'd would go only study would practice at home you would come back the next day you would make a bunch of mistakes you would have to correct for those mistakes you can't you wouldn't it obsess about them or else you won't you won't keep practicing right so you're just going to invest in your mistakes to get better righted no judgment i'm just the beginning i don't know what i'm doing soak i'm going to keep making mistakes keep investing nip rokkas practice only go home owner pack this miss study only make decisions in my life that support practice and then eventually overtime people who get really good at playing the piano something happens something something really profound happens they start liking based on liking practice it and it becomes this positive reinforcement where they keep practicing because they enjoy it right and the people who eventually are playing in front of you know but huge audiences are the people who fell in love with the process of getting good at the piano of playing the piano of identifying with that and so that's how i treat eating healthily it's like a skill that you develop just as if you were learning how to play the piano and my job as coach is to help you fall in love with the process of getting there which means it doesn't have to be this.

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