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"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Win since 1988 fans say the Dodgers decisive Game six victory against Tampa Bay last night made them unspeakably happy despite everything else going on, never seeing her so happy with time All madness is going on happy. Elliott has something to celebrate. Lakers couldn't be a better time to be in L. A. Some of the celebrations went too far, though, according to LAPD and unlawful assembly had to be declared in downtown L. A Some looting and vandalism were also reported. Lemaire. Garcetti tweeted Out a warning last night, two people reminding them Cove in 19 is still a thing he tweeted. Please don't host her, attend victory parties or gather in large groups to celebrate. Let's keep safe. L a County health officials have speculated celebration's over the Lakers Championship win earlier this month. They have led to an uptick in covert cases. News is brought to you by attorney Sweet James Bergner. The fire near Irvine has two firefighters in Orange County fighting to survive. Both have been with us less than one year. O. C. Fire chief Brian Fennessy says he hired both of these firefighters and he knows them personally. Extremely strong. Having having gotten to know their parents. Over the last 24 hours. I can see where they've Where they've gotten their strength. Tennessee says investigators are working to figure out how these two firefighters were caught up in the fire. He says the serious accident review team has been requested to help with the investigation in Irvine, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew the fires burn more than 13,000 acres in his 25% contained Or than 14,000 Acres have been burned by the wildfire in the Chino Hills area that's damaged 10 homes. This woman says she's worried when she sees flames cresting on the hill. Scared actually reminds me 2008, but I feel like this one. We have more air tankers and everything because 2008 they had more people on the ground like the hot shot crew. A fire started Monday afternoon near Corona before quickly spreading to your Belinda and she no hills. It's 16% contained. Tankers hammered the area for a couple hours yesterday to stop the fire from reaching several communities. Nearly 10,000 people were told to leave their homes. L a city fire chief Ralph Terrazas says. They're prepped for the Santa Ana winds season, Terrazas says they have cameras pointed the high risk areas to look for smoke. We have our brush index matrix. We have three employees. Firefighters. We've hired additional helicopter pilots brush patrols. Terrazas says he also sent to strike teams with 10 engines to help fight fires in Orange County. L. A mayor Garcetti says If riots break out on election night, the city is well prepared. But the mayor says he's not getting any Intel to suggest there's going to be a problem. And when asked if the LAPD will respond quicker to looting this time around in the last few times, I think there's folks who Our Monday morning quarterbacks who said, Hey, why don't you have police officers on their own chasing down a group of three or four people? Those air police decisions they didn't come from any politicians are said he says he and LAPD chief more talk all the time about possible civil unrest and howto handle the situation in downtown L, A Steve correct reeking of I knew and family members of a man who was killed by police in Philadelphia say they called for an ambulance to help with the mental health crisis, not a police intervention. Cops say they shot 27 year old, the 27 year old man Monday because he was holding a knife and ignored orders to drop it. More protests and some thefts were reported last night. The White House's blaming unrest on what it calls Liberal Democrats. War against the police were looking at a crash.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Back Caiaphas, Chris and Carlo reports live from the command post. Firefighters have worked to get ahead of this fire in Orange County, much of the zone that was placed under evacuation order in Irvine. Much of that lifted still, evacuation orders remain in place for the areas that are closest to the Wyland urban interface. The fires burn more than 12,600 acres and remains at 5% containment. The fire chief Brian Fennessy says he met with the families of the firefighters who were burned yesterday. He says he knows them personally. Extremely strong. Having haven't gotten known their parents Over the last 24 hours. I can see where they've Where they've got their strength. He says. He got to know both of them because he hired them and had the last little exit interview. By the way. They've been on the job for about a year. All said, we're looking at about 750 firefighters that are working this one. But they've been helped by an increased air attack, thanks to winds that have diminished through the afternoon, But we're going to get to a tricky spot coming up here soon as the saint and has diminished and the onshore flow comes forward and you get a back and forth effect on the fire Reporting live in Irvine, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew Southern California Edison is Old state regulators. It's equipment may have started that fire, Edison officials told the Public Utilities Commission. A lashing wire may have contacted it's overhead primary conductor and sparked the fire. Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steele has signed a local emergency declaration because of the fires. She's asked Governor Newsome for a state emergency declaration. We have seen some really extraordinary wind events in the last 48 hours. Governor, Newsome says more than 40. New fires in the state have been caused by the strong winds. All but three were quickly put out. Cal Fire doesn't get credit for saves. They deserve credit for saves on extraordinary work they do every single day that doesn't generate headlines. He says. More than 5000. Firefighters are working on fires across California. More than 9000 homes and other buildings have been destroyed. Lemaire Garcetti says the city is well prepared in the event of civil unrest on election night. Garcetti says he's in regular contact with LAPD chief more. There's a lot of kind of rumors out there that people should close. Their shops were saying absolutely not said he says he wants to make sure people know there will not be police officers stationed at polling places. We see bits and pieces of this around the country and then But he thinks there's going to be mobs here. We're not seeing any of that. But we're prepared, so we'll have personnel. We concerns that up of necessary and we will make sure people's.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Pacific Gas and electric caused the campfire in the town of paradise the fire last year killed eighty five people destroyed eighteen thousand homes and buildings and burned more than one hundred fifty three thousand acres making it. The deadliest fire in state history genie, filed for bankruptcy in January after projecting thirty billion in potential losses from the campfire and other fires under California law utilities, including PG and so Cal Edison may be held liable for costs if their equipment is found to have caused a fire, even if they followed safety rules, Steve, Gregory demo at LAX is going to add traffic overnight, the first walking bridge to come down, we'll be the tween terminal six and the parking structure, a crane will be taking each half of that destiny in bridge and moving it over to a parking lot world Olympic dismantled, and remove LAX is. Keith Wilkes, sheet says that will require full closures detours for the next two nights. He says the work is to get ready for the eventual tram to the terminals. This is the first part of a very long four year construction program. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news lawyers for women claiming sexual abuse by former US gynecologist say it's been a year since the scandal was uncovered yet. No charges have been filed hundreds of women have claimed lewd behavior during exams over the thirty year career of George Tyndall lawyer, Jane Riley says it's also the one year anniversary of when the LA county DA started receiving the first of one hundred criminal complaints. He's still he's still free. He's not behind bars. He has not been indicted. She says despite mountains of evidence still no charges that sends an extremely disheartening message to our clients and Dr Tyndall survivors, who shared their stories with law enforcement hoping to see some sort of Justice served Pendle has maintained his innocence. The DA says the case remains under review corporate Carson KFI, news helium shortage has some businesses up in the air. People use flus a lot a lot. Yes, they do. And the increasing cost of helium has sent Brian Borakove prophets floating away, we've had an increase in our constant helium from thirty one cents to forty six cents actually that's per cubic foot. So bore business balloon, Silla shifting more toward air balloons, instead of helium people still like their helium balloons. You know, they, they dislike them, weird Borakove says one thing that could deflate prices is if the feds release some of the strategic helium reserve in Irvine. Chris ancarlo KFI news President Trump has attended the thirty eighth annual national peace..

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Going to add the traffic overnight this first walking bridge to come down. We'll be between terminal six and the parking structure. A crane will be taking each half of that pedestrian bridge and moving it over. A parking lot world Olympic dismantled, and remove Elliott is Keith Wilkes, sheet says that will require full closures detours for the next two nights. He says the work is to get ready for the eventual tram to the terminals. This is the first part of a very long four year construction program. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A helium shortage has some businesses up in the air. Use blues a lot lot. Yes, they do. And the increasing cost of helium has sent Brian Borakove prophets floating away, we've had an increase in our cost of helium from thirty one cents to forty six cents actually per cubic foot, so bore business balloon Silla shifting more toward air balloons, instead of helium people still like their helium balloons. You know, they, they dislike them, weird for aqap says, one thing that could deflate prices is if the feds release some of the strategic helium reserve in Irvine. Chris ancarlo KFI news, new technology could keep baby photos from clogging up your social media. Blocker is a new chrome plug and that's. Senses images on Facebook. If the pictures, got a baby or toddler in it, the plug in automatic replaces it with a different image, the idea stemmed from the recent explosion of Royal baby pictures of Harry and Megan's newborn Archie, but on average parents share fifteen hundred pictures of their kids from the moment. They're born to the age of five company behind baby. Blocker is a condom company called skin. The company says it wants people to feel more comfortable in having casual protected sex without having to think about the consequences, including babies, Monica Rix, KFI news. Let's get the four zero five still that crashed the pulpit of hats now on the northbound.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm Tony Marino along with Chris Irvine. Chris is the senior instructor at the OT a in Orlando and Chris before the break, you touched a little bit on the different asset class. Passes that you teach at the academy. Let's really talk about the leverage that goes along with that. Because that's when that's what really turns on the lights for folks. Yeah. What we do at the academy. We we concentrate on two things. First of all, we actually get into what we call our core strategy, and that's helping people to understand where the turns in the market are sometimes we say, we aren't at the turn. But when we're learning those strategies to be ended core strategy the to court, and yes, it is a strategy that is patented that's worth repeating. But when we teach people how do we evaluate the charts? What are we going to do with that information? Well, we're going to actually apply that information to our leveraged asset classes at that are referred to before. Now, those leveraged asset classes are options, futures and forex now. When I'm talking about leverage. This is what I mean, we're gonna use a little bit of money to generate above average returns. Now when you think about leverage, you can think about it from this perspective. It's a lot. Like the housing market, right? You're all familiar with a mortgage. And if you have a mortgage mortgage is, you know, you're gonna put down a little bit of money, you're gonna sign some papers at the Bank. And then when you do that you're going to are you going to own that house? Tony you take control of the house. That's right. You're going to be in control of the house. Now, let's say hypothetically, it's a five hundred thousand dollar house that you're buying and you had to put down ten percent. If you put down ten percent on that house. That's fifty thousand dollars right now, you move into that house because you control that house and say, I don't know three four weeks into living in that home. You realize that that house has now worth one hundred thousand dollars more than what you bought it for. Well, here's the thing. If you only put down ten percent to control that five hundred thousand dollar house, and you sell that house, and you make a hundred thousand dollar profit on it. You're actually gonna make a two hundred percent return on that investment. Right. You get to keep the hundred thousand dollars. Yeah. That's some pretty huge leverage right there because you're only putting down ten percent. Well, if you spent five hundred thousand dollars and bought the house outright that same hundred thousand would only yield you twenty percent return a twenty percent return in the markets. And you know, who would you rather have a two hundred percent return or twenty percent return twenty percent? Typically sounds pretty good. But two hundred percent, obviously. Yeah. And this is the way things work when we're talking about leverage at the academy when we're talking about options, futures and forex when we think about options were actually looking at an asset class that has a ten to one leverage factor. So if Apple's training for what is it one sixty now one sixty five something like that? If it's at one sixty five then you could actually get involved with apple for sixteen dollars and fifty cents a share as opposed to one hundred and sixty five dollars a share. Right. And that's when people start to realize. Wow. I could I could really get into this. I don't need a gazillion dollars to buy apple stock or Netflix stock or you know, whatever stock at a hundred and fifty two hundred three hundred dollars a share. I could trade the options. Yeah. In that leverage factor goes up with the other two asset classes with futures. It's twenty to one and with four exits fifty to one fifty to one leverage. So as we head to the break, if you'd like to learn more about trading, all the different asset classes, learn more about the leverage the opportunities that are available to you develop a secondary source of income and possibly a new career pick up the phone now..

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"irvine chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Tony Marino along with Chris Irvine. Chris is the senior instructor at the O TA in Orlando. And Chris before the break, you touched a little bit on the different asset classes. Is that you teach at the academy. Let's really talk about the leverage that goes along with that. Because that's when that's what really turns on the lights for folks. Yeah. What we do at the academy. We concentrate on two things. First of all, we actually get into what we call our core strategy, and that's helping people to understand where the turns in the market are. Sometimes we say, we earn at the turn. But when we're learning those strategies to be had did core strategy, the patented court, and yes, it is a strategy that is patented that's worth repeating. But when we teach people how do we evaluate the charts? What are we gonna do with that information? Well, we're going to actually apply that information to our leveraged asset classes at that. I referred to before. Now, those leveraged asset classes are options, futures and forex now. When I'm talking about leverage. This is what I mean, we're gonna use a little bit of money to generate above average returns. Now when you think about leverage, you can think about it from this perspective. It's a lot like the. The housing market, right? You're all familiar with a mortgage. And if you have a mortgage mortgage is, you know, you're gonna put down a little bit of money, you're gonna sign some papers at the Bank. And then when you do that you're going to are you going to own that house? Tony you take control of the house. That's right. You're going to be in control of the house. Now, let's say hypothetically, it's a five hundred thousand dollar house that you're buying and you have to put down ten percent. If you put down ten percent on that house. That's fifty thousand dollars right now, you move into that house because you control that house and say, I don't know three or four weeks into living in that home. You realize that that house is now worth one hundred thousand dollars more than what you bought it for. Well, here's the thing. If you only put down ten percent to control that five hundred thousand dollar house, and you sell that house, and you make a hundred thousand dollar profit on it. You're actually gonna make a two hundred percent return on that investment. Right. You get to keep one hundred thousand dollars. Yeah. That's some pretty huge leverage right there because you're only putting down ten percent. Well, if you spent five hundred thousand dollars and bought the house outright that same hundred thousand would only yield you twenty percent return a twenty percent return in the markets. And you know, who would you rather have a two hundred percent return or twenty percent return twenty percent? Typically sounds pretty good. But two hundred percent, obviously. Yeah. And this is the way things work when we're talking about leverage at the academy when we're talking about options, futures and forex when we think about options, we're actually looking at an asset class that has a to one leverage factor. So if Apple's trading for what is it one sixty one sixty five something like that. If it's one sixty five then you could actually get involved with apple for sixteen dollars and fifty cents a share as opposed to one hundred and sixty five dollars a share. Right. And that's when people start to realize. Wow. I could I could really get into this. I don't need a gazillion dollars to buy apple stock or Netflix stock or you know, whatever stock at one hundred and fifty two hundred three hundred dollars a share. I could trade the options. Yeah. In that leverage b-actor goes up with the other two asset classes with futures. It's twenty to one and with four exits fifty to one fifty to one leverage. So as we head to the break, if you'd like to learn more about trading, all the different asset classes, learn more about the leverage the opportunities that are available to you develop a secondary source of income and possibly a new career pick up the phone now..

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"irvine chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Tony Marino along with Chris Irvine. Chris is the senior instructor at the OT TA in Orlando. And Chris before the break, you touched a little bit on the different asset class. Passes that you teach at the academy. Let's really talk about the leverage that goes along with that. Because that's when that's what really turns on the lights for folks. Yeah. What we do at the academy. Would you we concentrate on two things? First of all, we actually get into what we call our core strategy, and that's helping people to understand where the turns in the market are sometimes we say, we aren't at the turn. But when we're learning those strategies did core strategy the pattern to court, and yes, it is a strategy that is patented that's worth repeating. But when we teach people how do we evaluate the charts? What are we gonna do with that information? Well, we're going to actually apply that information to our leveraged asset classes that I referred to before. Now, those leveraged asset classes are options, futures and forex now. When I'm talking about leverage. This is what I mean, we're gonna use a little bit of money to generate above average returns. Now when you think about leverage, you can think about it from this perspective. It's a lot like. The housing market, right? You're all familiar with a mortgage. And if you have a mortgage mortgage is, you know, you're gonna put down a little bit of money, you're gonna sign some papers at the Bank. And then when you do that you're going to are you going to own that house? Tony you take control of the house. That's right. You're going to be in control of the house. Now, let's say hypothetically, it's a five hundred thousand dollar house that you're buying and you have to put down ten percent. If you put down ten percent on that house. That's fifty thousand dollars right now, you move into that house because you control that house and say, I don't know three or four weeks into living in that home. You realize that that house is now worth one hundred thousand dollars more than what you bought it for. Well, here's the thing. If you only put down ten percent to control that five hundred thousand dollar house, and you sell that house, and you make a hundred thousand dollar profit on it. You're actually gonna make a two hundred percent return on that investment. Right. You get to keep one hundred thousand dollars. Yeah. That's some pretty huge leverage right there because you're only putting down ten percent. Well, if you spent five hundred thousand dollars and bought the house outright that same hundred thousand would only yield you twenty percent return a twenty percent return in the markets. And you know, who would you rather have a two hundred percent return or twenty percent return twenty percent? Typically sounds pretty good. But two hundred percent, obviously. Yeah. And this is the way things work when we're talking about leverage at the academy when we're talking about options futures and four X when we think about options, we're actually looking at an asset class that has a ten to one leverage factor. So if Apple's trading for what is it one sixty now one sixty five something like that. If it's one sixty five then you could actually get involved with apple for sixteen dollars and fifty cents a share as opposed to one hundred and sixty five dollars a share. Right. And that's when people start to realize. Wow. I could I could really get into this. I don't need gazillion dollars to buy apple stock or Netflix stock or you know, whatever stock at a hundred and fifty two hundred three hundred dollars a share. I could trade the options. Yeah. In that leverage factor goes up with the other two asset classes with futures. It's twenty to one and with four exits fifty to one fifty to one leverage. So as we head to the break, if you'd like to learn more about trading, all the different asset classes, learn more about the leverage the opportunities that are available to you develop a secondary source of income and possibly a new career pick up the phone now..

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Were also prudent in Arcadia, Westwood Inglewood and llama. Marada the school district and the teacher's union spent another late night trying to end the strike, but the two sides have not reached a deal. The meeting yesterday. At city hall was the fifth straight day of talks mayor Garcetti says a lot of progress has been made to end the strike. Negotiating teams have not put out anything that Rosie. The teachers union says picket lines will go on even after the two sides reached a deal because members will still have to approve it students at the school district have only had one week of normal class since the middle of December. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The homeland security secretary is cleared nearly three hundred furloughed workers to return to work with pay the employee's work for the e-verify program, which checks the legal status of people who work in the US, but e-verify is still down the employee's will work on other programs for now LAX says the partial government shutdown is not impacting any airport operations, the average wait time for a standard security. Check line at LAX Sunday was seventeen minutes. The TSA says over the. The weekend. Ten percent of workers took unscheduled absences that's more than triple the absences for the same weekend. Last year. The agency says many employees going unpaid during the shutdown cannot report to work due to financial limitations federal workers in so Cal or getting some help keep cupboards from getting bear. What this is probably similar to is. When there's a natural disaster. Not in the form of destruction says second harvest food Bank. Interim CEO Dave cafaro. But the way that we're seeing rallying around to help people cafaro says one agency told them they pull their workers in OC found about ninety percent of three hundred needed help. So we were kind of shocked. It was a greater size population that need help than we thought cafaro says whether looking for help we're looking to help financially or as volunteer people can head to feed OC dot org in Irvine. Chris ancarlo KFI news singer. Chris Brown's been detained in France. After a woman filed a rape complaint. Brown was detained yesterday along with two other people, including a bodyguard Brown's had trouble with the law for the past decade or so since pleading guilty to assaulting. His then girlfriend riana. Has to Oscar nominations.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Two people were killed when a seventy five foot tree landed on a house daily school district and the teachers union spent another late night trying to end the strike, but the two sides have not reached a deal the meeting yesterday. At city hall was the fifth straight day of talks mayor Garcetti says a lot of progress has been made to end the strike. Negotiating teams have not put out anything that Rosie. The teacher's union says picket lines will go on even after the two sides reached a deal because members will still have to approve it students at the school district have only had one week of normal class since the middle. All of December. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. Then in Lynnwood have survived sentinel overdoses, thanks to the LA county sheriff's deputies carrying Narcan deputy de LA de ngelo Robinson says deputies used the opioid antidote on Friday to revive four guys in one house the following day. The same deputies responded to a thirty six year old male who was also are responsive and they also administered Narcan to that individual. And he Gaspar urine regained his caller and began signs of breathing. Immediately, Robin says says the men in the house that they thought they were using cocaine Robinson said the men are likely because deputies carry Narcan in their cars and are trained to use it. Well, LAX says the partial government shutdown is not impacting any airport operations, the average wait time for a standard security. Check line at LAX on Sunday was seventeen minutes. The TSA says over the weekend. Ten percent of workers took unscheduled absences that's more than triple the absences for the same weekend. Last year. The agency says many employees go. Unpaid during the shutdown cannot report to work due to financial limitations. Go fund me has started a campaign for federal workers affected by the shutdown in the past three days. The sites collected more than one hundred fifty six thousand dollars the money will go to charities like the national diaper Bank network and a kitchen feeding many workers in Washington DC, many federal workers have set up their own go fund me campaigns to raise donations from family and friends federal workers in southern California are getting some help to keep their cupboards from getting there what this is probably similar to is. When there's a natural disaster. Not in the form of destruction says second harvest food Bank. Interim CEO Dave cafaro. But the way that we're seeing rallying around to help people cafaro says one agency told them they pull their workers in OC and found about ninety percent of three hundred needed help. So we were kinda shocked. It was a greater size population that need help them. We thought cafaro says whether looking for help or looking to help financially or as volunteer people can head to feed dot org in Irvine. Chris ancarlo KFI news singer. Chris Brown's been detained in France. After a woman filed a rape complaint. Brown was detained yesterday along with two other people, including a bodyguard Brown's had trouble with the law for the past decade or so since pleading guilty to assaulting his then girlfriend Riyan, the academy emotion Picture Arts and sciences is set to announce this year's Oscar nominees this morning. They announced will be live streamed online at Oscars dot org starting at five twenty but coming at five fifty this morning five twenty s when they start and not to say that these are just as important as all the rest of them. But that's when they're going to do things like costume, design and makeup and lighting and stuff like that five thirty five is when the biggies like the best picture best actor best actress knows come down, some wait until I've got all of it. And then I will give it to you at five fifty this morning. Grammy nominee Devi wrecks. That says she's struggling to find address for the award show because designers thinks she's too big. Had a message for those designers. Size. Six eight is too big. Then then I don't wanna wear dresses cause that's crazy. Wow. Rex's designers are sending a terrible message to girls and women. She's up for two Grammy categories including best new artist. Most of us would kill to be as is six eight BB wrecks. They're so good for you in just a moment. We'll talk with ABC's. Karen travers. President Trump's proposal to break through the budget. Deadlock isn't getting much love from the Democrats, which is what prompted the president to stay. Stop playing games. Rennell? Let's check traffic.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"May mean you're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues, the third Greek of the tour continues this theme our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. I mean, we we've been hatching. While tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, what's that? Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. And so you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you've got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So you got all traffic in LA. And I know the book signing is tonight at the barn. Of noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic. And and everybody else is going to become an everyday Megan airplay follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality. Because I am a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't heritage enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them they did inherit money, but then caused them to do that then caused them to remain here. They were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're millionaires. The million was already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has this is not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walked around the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the statistics from over ten thousand millionaires. We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenge. Is that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice said it entrees summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all it matters is where you're going. I love that quote attitude, so Los Angeles, here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars giving away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway. There as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars and giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability the investing that causes your being everyday million. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extend it a couple of weeks. Really, no..

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues with our week of the tour continues. This is our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. They've I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. We was like we've been hatching. While sit down in a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles. At Mariners church Irvan. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now, Monday, January the twenty-first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, it's not Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that she did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So you got all traffic in LA, and I know the book signing is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic. And and everybody else was going to become an every day. Megan airplay, follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you? Real hope based on real facts. And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality. Because I am a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't it enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might already had two million and then inherited two hundred dollars. Right. So that did not cause them it did inherit money, but they didn't cause them to do that then caused them to remain there. There were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're millionaire the millionaire's already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talk to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's vailable? This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has opposites not pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have to the statistics from over ten thousand. Millionaire's? We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and intriguingly hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice showed entrees summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all matters is where you're going. I love that quote editor so Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars given away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out to the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart. Event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars and giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing because you're being. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday. It will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave. She'll got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extended a couple of weeks, really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I wanna see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And really turned out excited. Expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This is not an accident. The American dream is available. And I'm coming to see you to prove it to you. Well, it is available. It's hard. Yeah. It's not easy. Not everyone will pay the price that you have to pay to win. And then I guess it's comfortable to take a victim narrative, if you're not willing to pay the price to win, and that's just sad because we want better for you than that. We believe in you, wean you're proud of you. We know that you can do this stuff. And we think that hope is alive, and well, and it's not pollyanna, and it's not just some kind of false positive thinking thing. This is statistical facts of exactly what occurred and it gives you a model to follow. And if you follow the model, it's best practices. You will be one of the everyday millionaires that we're talking about. And we're meeting people everywhere there now self identifying they're walking up tuition whisper nominee everyday. Like,.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on WLAC

"You're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues with our Greek of the tour continues. This is a theme. Our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. Feels like we've been hatching this for a while. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, what's not, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. You've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you gotta be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So you got traffic in LA, and I know the book signing is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove. Farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic. And and everybody else is going to become an everyday millionaire play follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because I'm a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't heritage enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them it did inherit money, but then KamAz them to do that then caused them to remain are there already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're the millionaires already on. It's way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information is the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has is not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a syrup fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the statistics from over ten thousand. Millionaire's? We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people 'cause like Condoleeza Rice said entree summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all it matters is where you're going. I love that quote, I to editor so Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars giving away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard again thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart. Event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course on Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's a thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing the causes your being everyday millionaires. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really releasing busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extend it a couple of weeks. Really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I want to see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And and really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This is not an accident. The American dream is available. And I'm coming to see you to prove to you. Well, it is available. It's hard. Yeah. It's not easy. Not everyone will pay the price that you have to pay to win. And then I guess it's comfortable to take a victim narrative, if you're not willing to pay the price to win, and that's just sad because we want better for you than that. We believe in you, wean you're proud of you. We know that you can do this stuff. And we think that hope is alive, and well, and it's not pollyanna, and it's not just some kind of false positive thinking thing. This is statistical facts of exactly what occurred and it gives you a model to follow. And if you follow the model, it's best practices. You will be one of the everyday millionaires that we're talking about. And we're meeting people everywhere there now self identifying they're walking up to us and whispering everyday. Fleck?.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"May mean you're on your way to being every day millionaire. That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues the third Greek of the tour continues. This is a team our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. Feels like we've been hatching this for a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you've got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book I'd prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So I know you got all traffic in LA, and I know the book signing is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove. That farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave the traffic, and and everybody else is going to become an everyday Megan airplay follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it. That does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because I'm a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't heritage enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred dollars. Right. So that did not cause them did inherit money, but then caused them to do that been caused them to remain there. There were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that they're millionaire the millionaire's already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talk to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that its bailable? This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information. It's the largest study ever done of millionaires in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you are a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has it's not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy physi- everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but it this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the the statistics from over ten thousand millionaires. We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walked through some of the obstacles and challenge. That they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice said it entree summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all that matters is where you're going. I love that quote to Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars given away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard again thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money vent at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course on Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's a thousand dollar giveaway. There as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars an giveaways and all that. So you you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you with ability to the investing that causes your being everyday millionaire. She on this all works together. It's not an accident on Friday. It will be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extended a couple of weeks, really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I want to see you. You all always treated me fantastic. And really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The third Greek of the tour continues this theme our to talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting in these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. Dave. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting. It's time. Like we've been hatching this for a while. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him. And it's fun to be in LA and to do this really really good stuff. Now. Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing. No, what's not, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you gotta be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book, I prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So I know you got all traffic in LA, and I know the book signing is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove. Farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic and everybody else was going to become an every day. Megan airplay, follow the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you real hope based on real facts? And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality. Because I am a victim of something. I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't hear it enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them they did it here money, but they've been caused them to do that then caused them to be made. Are there already a millionaire or they got it? So late that they're millionaire the millionaire's already on its. Way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information is the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. And so this idea that you have a silver spoon or this idea that you're a person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just false. Yeah. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has office. This is not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy physi- everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book. But but this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next whimsical thing but following a fire plan, and that's what we walked around the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We have the the statistics from over ten thousand. Millionaire's? We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream Lee hardworking people there's like Condoleeza Rice said it entrees summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all that matters is where you're going. I love that quote to editor so Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be signing books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars given away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present to win and must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out to the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money. Any event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by the Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing that causes your being. This all works together. It's not an accident on Friday. It'll be Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really really soon. Busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave still got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extended a couple of weeks, really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I wanna see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And and really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's going to take you where you wanna go. This is not an accident. The American dream is available. And I'm coming to see you to prove it to you. Well, it is available. It's hard. Yeah. It's not easy. Not everyone will pay the price that you have to pay to win. And then I guess it's comfortable to take a victim narrative, if you're not willing to pay the price to win, and that's just sad because we want better for you than that. We believe in you when you're proud of you, we know that you can do this stuff. And we think that hope is alive, and well, and it's not pollyanna, and it's not just some kind of false positive thinking thing. This is statistical facts of exactly what occurred and it gives you a model to follow. And if you follow the model, it's best practices. You will be one of the everyday millionaires that we're talking about. And we're meeting people everywhere there now self identifying they're walking up to us and whispering everyday. Flecked?.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"That's right. The third week of the everyday millionaire theme our continues with our week of the tour continues. This is a theme. Our talk about it. Chris HOGAN, the author of the book Ramsey personality is joining us number one bestselling author and the book is everyday millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth, and how you can to this project has been so exciting and these three weeks have been very blinding. It really has. I am so excited to be out to be meeting. People looking them in the eye and talking about this message. This is a project that we we began a while back and so to be here and to be out on the road. It's just exciting time. Like, we've been hatching. In a while. But tomorrow, Chris will be doing the smart money live event here in Los Angeles at Mariners church Irvine. Of course, I'll be doing that with him, and it's fun to be in L A, and to do this really really good stuff. Now, Monday, January the twenty first will be doing a book signing Chris will at the Barnes and noble, Los Angeles at six o'clock at the grove at farmers market. And it's not just a book signing, Dave. We're also going to be given away one thousand dollars. So you've got an opportunity to come out. Now, you got to be present in order to win. But you don't have to buy a book, I prefer that you did. But you don't have to to win the thousand dollars. But it's a great opportunity just to get together. Dave see some people that are all motivated and moving in the right direction. I can't wait to get this movement started. So you got all traffic in LA. And I know the book shining is tonight at the Barnes and noble at the grove at farmers market. But I also know somebody's gonna get a thousand dollars for brave in the traffic and everybody else is going to become an every day. Megan airfare, followed the guidelines in this book because we show you statistically, how the millionaire did it that does two things one. Is it gives you? Real hope based on real facts. And to is it destroys the mythology out there that has stolen the American dream with this victim mentality because victim of something I'm not a person of privilege. None of these millionaires that we found were hardly persons of privilege only four percent actually became millionaires because of their inherited money, according to their own responses in the survey, we added a little bit to that and found that some of them did inherit money, but they didn't inherit enough or soon enough to cause them to be a million dollars. In other words, they might have already had two million and then inherited two hundred thousand right? So that did not cause them they did inherit money, but they didn't laws them to do that. Then caused them to remain there were already a millionaire or they got it. So late that there millionaire was already on its way. And so what we can determine from these numbers are ninety three percent of America's millionaires are not millionaires because of inherited money, that's an important number. If you think you're a victim. No. It really is. Because if you're looking and you're saying, listen, I didn't get anything. I don't plan to get anything. Therefore, I can't become a millionaire that's called false these millionaires over ten thousand of them that we talked to these are people that were focused, and they did some things consistently Dave over time. And so they they realized that they were in charge of their future. They decided to make decisions and move in a direction. And so what it tells you America is that it's available. This is something that you can do as well. It's just a matter of getting started Dave and having the right information the largest study ever done of millionare's in North America. And we found that ninety four percent of them grew up in middle class or less. Around eighty percent. Eight out of ten said they were lower middle class or below. Yeah. And so this idea that you have over spoon or this idea that you are person of privilege whether it's due to race creed color, national origin. It's just fall. Yeah. Does everyone have obstacles. Of course. Of course. We're not saying no one has options. Not a pollyanna thing. It's not easy. There's easy everybody. Do it. We wouldn't need to write the book, you know. But but it this is doable. Yeah. It really is. And listen, we all have obstacles. And we all have different starting points as well. But the reality is is that it's a matter of making decisions being intentional and staying that way not getting distracted. Right. Not not following this next Wednesday thing but following a syrup fire plan, and that's what we walk through in the book. So hear me the book is fantastic. The team did an amazing job working on this. We had the the statistics from over ten thousand millionaires. We talk about the attributes that these billionaires have all of them have in common. But we also more importantly tell you their stories. I mean, it is amazing to hear where some of these people have come from what they walk through some of the obstacles and challenges that they had. But guess what they didn't let it. Hold them back. They were very very focused and in stream hardworking people like Condoleeza Rice showed entree summit last year. It doesn't matter where you're coming from all it matters where you're going. I love that quote due to Los Angeles. Here's the deal tonight. Chris will be shining books and Barnes and noble. Six o'clock at the grove at farmers market thousand dollars giving away by the Smartvestor crew. No purchase necessary. Must be present. To win must be eighteen. That's always the giveaway. Rules, right. He'll be signing books in San Jose, California. And you folks listening up there in the San fran- area and San Jose area. Make plans to come out of the Barnes and noble at Stevens creek boulevard, again a thousand dollars that's Wednesday night at six o'clock on Tuesday night. We'll be doing the smart money event at Mariners church and Irvine Chris, and I'll be doing that together. And then of course, Thursday, Chris will be in Sacramento. Listen up Sacramento here, we come Barnes and noble, six o'clock at Arden fair, and that's one thousand dollar giveaway there as well. Again, all of this brought to you by. The Smartvestor team in the thousand dollars and giveaways and all that. So you won't be that because Smartvestor connects you up with ability to the investing because you're being everyday. This all works together. It's not an action on Friday. It'll be in Seattle at the Barnes and noble. They're more information coming up on that really releasing busy time last week of the book tour three weeks out or you're gonna make it. Oh, absolutely. I'm gonna make a Dave. She'll got energy. I'm still fired up and ready to go. I may extend it a couple of weeks. Really, no. But I am excited. Listen, california. I want you to come out. I want to see you. You all have always treated me fantastic. And really turned out excited. I expect to see you there. We're we've already kicked off a new year. Now, it's time to get on a plan. That's gonna take you where you wanna go. This is.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To they do they want to open up that they want to go into that wormhole. The next thing, you know, was that furniture. Not interference was a ball. Catchable not catchable when you made you interference call. I don't even. I'm not hitting. All right. How about your thoughts? I disagree slimmed-down. Joe thomas? You cannot be having games in this league. Decided on a play like that. I'm sorry. It was an absolute about your guy's thoughts on John. What would it be like to get on the plane and have Zane Gonzales missed when he missed. Sorry said I've established this a long time ago punters and kickers should never fly in the same planets players period. You don't mean? Ever leave radio going into the NFL? That's one of my mandates that I'd make either as a general manager is the head coach I would not allow punishing kickers the flying the plane. We this is bravado. I. Jackie Bryan, Wagner, everybody I ever played with Chris car. I love those guys. But listen when baseball teams fly the pictures that are going to pitch early the back home. So they've got a day rest. They're pitching like in the next city guys. Get out of here. We don't need you. I need my punter and kicker ever on football players. I mean, asking you. I want to just. Let me ask you this. You played like one hundred something games one hundred ten m assuming at some point a kicker cost. You a game. Is that a factual statement? I think you could safely say at some point a kicker of the course to that time cost us the game. Yes. What did you do to your teammate in that moment? Like right after the game or on the plane after work depends. And I'm going to be honest. It's different for different people Palma, Julian I ignored. He dropped. We're playing New York Giants in the middle lanes. He dropped a stamp that was right. I didn't catch. It dropped at the giants took over and Steven Baker to touchdown maker. No, he was honored. Car o this came right? He's the ponder on the white. He dropped right. They came on they suffocated. And then they hit Stephen Baker that touchdown Baker for a touchdown. Also warns Taylor's last game. What did I do to him? I. After that. Talk to me. And he goes, I don't know. You know, I I told him I said if I was you. I'd start packing up my stuff you. That's what I told them. Were you start packing up my stuff that tells me your co who is if you talk to his former teammates, and they all love him. And he's a good teammate. Like something tells me he tried to be sympathetic in that. The punter and Jackson. Remember made a mistake. Never Brian Irvine. Chris Jacqueline listened to happens though, when Chris Hollis now, my colleagues, Chris Jackie you confused me when MIKE HOLLIS ping pong in against the Buffalo Bills left upright right upright in. And we ended up winning thirty to twenty seven. You love them. You earn a little bit of the word. I'm looking for urine some credibility. Yeah. Some credit? You get a little sweat equity. So if you miss one, then it subtracts, you know, it's like the game is your energy when you build it up. You get a little bit of leeway. I bet you your co would have been a good teammate design Gonzales and a lot of those guys are trying to be that's the worst day of that kids professional life. Yeah. Because I mean professional life going to end by providence. Now, I'd give him a card to Paul Arpan moving in and say you could get ready to move furniture kid because that's where you're now. Here's one thing. I do agree with your co on. Okay. Any NFL to this is you're going. I believe in a couple of things never draft a running back in the first round and anybody that spending a draft pick on a kicker at any point to me. The glass Mike Zimmer today or the bucks from two years. You should have your head examined. What did they take that kid? Like Where'd they take Carlson? I don't know. But they drafted him, right? Yeah. Took that knuckle in the second round. While you're drafting kickers. Yeah. You should honest to God. Should never get tractor, Australia her and get those Australian rules football guys kicked a living at h out of the ball. I'm telling ya, then cost you the NFL minimum. The other thing is Mike kicker-punter would never make more than the NFL. And you should treat it like this is the only time a general manager should look to fantasy players and say, how do the fantasy players do it in less. You have Justin Tucker. What do you do? When you're kicker comes on by you drop them in you, pick up another one. That's right. Around their.

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"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"irvine chris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"News on the hour on the half and when it breaks i'm michael survey live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom union members have been picketing the campuses of the university of california monica daily own is a member of the union representing the largest number of workers in the university of california system and she says this strike is about the failure of the university to address a widening pay gap about racial discrimination inequality short staffing the fact that they're contracting out our jobs are the union released a study showing gender and racial pay gap that's widening uc spokeswoman claire doin says the issue is taken seriously we can't verify the accuracy of their study we do note that they are releasing the study during the height of negotiations drake is set to end on wednesday in irvine chris ancarlo kfi news drivers have a new excuse for showing up late to get passengers at lax airport is doing over nine construction on the arrivals level spokesman frederick says couple of lanes are going to be closed each night for awhile midnight till eight in the morning following construction we're going to be putting out a metal plates along the road in order for people to be able to use those lanes during the day they worked at a continue until next month cruise or putting in power vaults for a new international concourse san bernardino county sheriff's deputies have found a lot of pot at the scene of a crash in apple valley they were called to a home early sunday morning about a pickup truck that had crashed into a house they say when they went inside the look for anyone that was hurt it didn't find anybody but they did say they found an illegal marijuana grow operation whoever set it up apparently had been stealing electricity as well retired marine lieutenant colonel oliver north is about to become president of the national rifle association the nra made the announcement early yesterday north as a member of the nra board author and political commentator and he plans to retire from fox news immediately in order to take his new role traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crashes woodland hills on the one what inside of the one on one.

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