17 Burst results for "J. L. D"

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

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03:15 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Thursday episodes now adding this great content to your podcast in on the intros of those you're saying something like and hey by the way guys this is actually being repurpose from the video the video that i created this all my youtube channels if you wanna actually see this visually use go visit my video channel over here go to youtube and type in you know joey xyz and it'll it'll get you over there so now from just a few hours of sitting down looking into a camera and recording basically answers to twenty or thirty of your perfect clients biggest problems have twenty to thirty videos you're going to be now uploading into youtube on a weekly basis maybe you're gonna do it a couple times a week depending on what schedule you want you now we're going to be taking that that audio you're gonna be uploading into your podcast episodes which is going to give you more content there you're also going to have this video editor give you a one minute clip the first one minutes of all of these youtube videos maybe the first videos four minutes long the second one's three the third ones five whatever might be the first minutes you're gonna take in you're gonna upload that whenever you're putting all your other stuff into your instagram's yeah that one minute instagram clip there every single time with below this has hey the full video can be found on my youtube channel or on my podcast if you prefer podcasting and then you can take that women video and use an apple story oh that's stu s t o r e r o and story oh just take that one minute video and it will automatically chop it up fifteen seconds places that you can just upload yourself injury scrim stories so then now you're using that video instagram stories and boom now is there and so was on that platform as well and then you're going to be taking your three to five minute video that the guy sent you the fours of as well in uploading that completely organically you're not dropping the link from youtube facebook doesn't like that be uploading that organically into facebook and that's going to be going on facebook and again you're going to space it out once a week twice we whatever your your content productions because you're being so now what's happened you sat down for like two or three hours one day you know maybe the safe four hours f you know these if you really do the math i guess you add up twenty thirty videos of three to five minutes each set down for three to four hours you create these these twenty thirty videos that are going to be your entire months worth of content and honestly could be two to three months worth of content now you have your video editor doing all of that work with them to not causing your ban with your energy you can have a virtual assistant that's doing the up lowering facebook this doing the up lowinterest grand this doing the uploading to your scream stories that's adding it to your media hose for your podcast and now all of a sudden you after down for three to four hours have a month to month three months of incredibly high quality it's going to be consistently put out because that's where a lot of people fail joe is that they create great high quality contents but then they do a once and then they stop and then a month goes by his life happens and then people forget what about them they don't hear about them again it's the people that show up every single week in even more so a couple times a week and then again if you're like me for the first two thousand days of my business every single day with daily.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Are like that's not me but you know who that is that's that's tom or sarah or bob or joe and now they are recommending that those people listen to your show so now you're gonna have people that are out there the main be rava tar specifically in the here about your show but then they're going to be on the recruitment path because they're going to have a friends or somebody who does have issue who is struggling with these things in or you're going to have somebody write an article on forbes or something about this like you know this podcast is about teenage you know teenagers struggling with adhd and there's gonna be a teenager this says the goes to google types in podcasts for teenagers about adhd and then of course you're the articles coming up this will be pointing to you because guess what now you stand for something now you have an actual mission you have a focus you have something that you can plant your flag and be proud of and be known for and you can start having people recommend your show to others because they know your show stands for wake when you first responded back to me nobody came to mind because you know 'cause everybody came to mind it was just too like how would i know if a nineteen year old would like your show how they know if thirteen like your show is just two completely different human beings i mean thirteen to seventeen eighteen to nineteen those are just different human beings who like different things but now that i know the shows about adhd about insecurities about fitting in finding mentors i people popping up all over the place who i'm thinking about should be listened to the show because it stands for something now so let's kind of go back was the title of your podcast twenty under twenty's is there any kind of a tagline interviewing young nores.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"I was getting thirties and forties i just couldn't retain the information 'cause my mind was on the things i wanted to be doing and jolla g thirty learning about rocks dirt was not it unfortunately so i think you have to know that i self and if if you can do that and you have a goal the mission and schools apart of that great but if you don't then in twenty eight teen in it's not a big deal listen quick hockey story for you i went to providence college in rhode island's which you know really prideful both through men's and women's hockey women's hockey phenomenal as well back and actually two thousand and two in the women's when the goat the gold medal the usa women's nine of the players on the team were from providence college was pretty huge but i was in vegas and i was at a bachelor party and i saw i knew this but i had a reminder set up that's my team was playing boston university for the national championship in ten minutes and i was like oh my goodness i'm in a pool i gotta go ran out of the pool i was still dripping wet the bouncers like dude you can't come back in if you leave him i know i watch a game i ran to the sports area where they're playing all the games i walked up to the guy just as like the game is about the face off and i was like what are the on the providence be you game he was like like five to one b you because like providence was like the lowest ever make it to the finals after the hockey whatever playoff is and he was just like all right and i put down a bunch of money on like let's go all providence he's like okay when i sat down i'm still dripping wet like in the year and i went on to watch what ended up being an incredible game where providence one four to three and it was just one of those games of the b you should've scored about six times in the last like two minutes but just like these amazing saves and i just walked out of there would just too much cash that safe to have in vegas and say i didn't wake up with most of it for sure but it was a great experience my alumni providence college won the national championship and i'm very proud of them for that that's awesome i'll tell a quick story to before we go what ocoee i was watching the hockey and last night some vegas paying fifty to one of the start of the year to win the cup some guy no story five hundred one some guy put fifty bucks on them to win which would have paid twenty five grand if bagels ends up winning he sold ticket to his buddy for four hundred bucks i think it was a couple of months ago if they ends up winning the cop this guy's going to be twenty five grand toll you made four or three hundred fifty.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Matt john lee dumas how are you doing today brother good sir how about yourself you know i can't complain but i will say i got a share kind of a funny exchange on skype with all of fire nation so you know i posted fire nation in facebook and instagram i was like hey i'm gonna be calling people today if you have any questions like just for me drop your skype buy in to the chapel oh and i'll call and so of course you know matt did just that and then i called him and then he's an answer and then i just get this message from him like twenty minutes go bro did i miss out on something here question mark i just turned on my skype to fire up a podcast i mean who has skype running fulltime come on man haha and my answer to you matt is people have skype running who just dropped in a facebook chat they wanna talk to somebody on skype so as my response to you that's a pretty fair point that's a pretty fair point listen brother i'm excited chatenay we've actually had a few exchanges on instagram via direct messages i guess some stuff going on in the podcasting world and other areas and your aunts muir ship alive so take a couple of seconds let people know who you are where you're from and then dive into your question is back from saskatoon scotch up here in canada a former professional occupier and upon retiring i turned into a coach i started coaching on ice kinda live one on one coaching then started finding guys like yourself pat flynn and started thinking how i could turn what i did on the ice into kind of an online business and so i did that at have website called hockey protruding dot com where i have training videos into to'real toils and the like and then kind of through like i said guys like yourself pat flynn and other podcasts decide to jump into the podcast world and got started about maybe three or four months ago and yes we're here now still follow you i still barger angie time with questions just grateful for the replies but i do get them because it's been very helpful and yeah we're here today i'm about through a podcast and ten minutes so just fired up my skype i'll be having it on full time from now on back on my phone and make sure i don't miss out on any a knowledge bomb sessions now this interview having ten minutes so i do we have a countdown timer here we have a little bit of a countdown timer he said he'd be thirty minutes late interviews for the twelve o'clock i talked to a lot of coaches that are kind of around the world this guy's actually austria right now he works at the red bull trading academy so we got a couple of minutes so.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"A little bit to really drive excitements in to really drive awareness into really drive just the whole energy that you want back towards your podcast and that would be a virtual summit so if you ever been a part of ortho virtual summit hanukkah which i have though remember it was last september actually i did the first online summits s lash conwell conference latch way you call it no it would have been oh we i was part of the summer wasn't yeah this is perfect and so this is over so as part of that summit and one thing that i see people doing that i think that you may be did you talk about a little bit if you did but what i see a lot of people not doing the do these type of things is repurposing that content and very powerful way so now you're the opportunity to say you know what i'm gonna do a summit on specific topics let's say that topic is going to be you know instagram influencers like how to become an instagram influence now there's a lot of people out there that are building their lives and their business and jerry all their revenue for mr game you know they're out there they're sharing pictures cool quotes they're doing videos all these different things and they're having a lot of opportunities to become quote unquote scrim influencers because there's companies that are reaching out that are saying hey i want to sponsor you i want you to promote this product or that product i can actually officially now say that i'm going to influence her because dove soap reach out to me and said hey we want to promote our dove men's soap during this it was really cool and guess what it was not for a little amount of money like i don't have an knocks amount of followers i think i'm getting close to thirty seven thousand followers right now but you know there are people in the hundreds of thousands of people in the millions of followers but dove identified me as a micro influencers and i was able to with one reimpose and just a couple of mentions in instagram story you know generate almost five figures of revenue from that and that's not having a ton of followers comparative to some of the bigger instrument fluence was out there so there's just a lot of tutors and i'm kind of digressing a little bit but it's just the point of what is that one inch the one niece that you can really build this exciting virtual summit slash panel around interview ten or fifteen or twenty people specifically in this new whatever that niche might be the new set you set the interviews up you have the conversations you know it's a summit so you kind have this vibe like this one day event or this two day event whoever you set it up and you have all this content uber drive all the traffic to it and have them share with their audience and so then you kind of get all this going on and guess what you can have sponsors for that virtual summit and one of your sponsors can be your podcast and one of the sponsors can be different things going to dry people back to your content and then you're not just looking at that content in the virtual summit as he stand alone content you're going to be able to repurpose that.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Or john here's the best part it's freaking free and it's there's nothing just literally i'll send it to you like just texas humility whatever just go there and watch the video and just tell me it's not helpful love it watch billy's video dot com and so with my audience and they were coming back you know this past year saying john i just you know either don't have an idea that was one camp or they were saying john i have all of these ideas but i'm not sure which is the best idea to go in on like i was realizing that was two camps of people were they were really struggling either they don't have an idea or they have a bunch of ideas than show which is the best idea and that's why i said it's time for me to quit the solution for this so i sat out and i created a three hour trading this completely free it's called three hours to your big idea and that is the promise that's the pledge that if you take this training in three hours you will find your big idea in now think about that thing about now all the hundreds and then thousands of potentially tens of hundreds of thousands of people are going to go through this completely free training you know that are going gonna give me their email address in exchange for access to this training and then the training is gonna just give them their big idea and that's now me giving him this hugh huge win this hugh solution they may have known light and trust me before because the podcast but now is just to the next level is completely to the next level because i gave them a huge personal win i just gave them their big idea that they can go all in on and then guess what's next i'm like hey fire nation now you have your big idea i'm fired up for you i hope you're fired up as well how about we now take your big idea and we turn it into real revenue and guess what that's the next step in the funnel and that's not free that's a paid course that's going to be something that they go into next because now guess what they have their big idea they're fired up now let's turn that big idea into real revenue so that's just how it starts because those conversations allow you to find the biggest struggle and allow you to get people to or allow people to give you and a hamam it's that you can then provide the solution for in the in the in the form of a product or service or a community or course or a book or a mastermind or one on one coaching any of those different things it gives you that opportunity so turn it back over to your offer second inlet you're gonna give some feedback on that but i fire nation you're pretty fired up about that free training your big idea dot get over there sign up get your big idea and three hours let me know how you like it go up so the first thing is heard you say million times two things don't scale and that's that that's like the first thing that has to be done that doesn't scale can clearly i love that feedback that you just gave me because those questions i mean you probably arrive out to perhaps thinking for a while in common sense but getting directly from somebody who's who's done who's done that in who knows that has worked who still doing a rob i'm still doing it in this is at you know i'm at i'm at the multi seven figure mark and i'm still doing these things because.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"One of my emails like thanks john this is cool email or this is a cool episode i'd say rob can we want a quick call i reply with that just a five minute call have a couple of questions i just want to say thank you in person for your kind response and you know i just have a couple of questions for you that could really help me out and you know some people say i don't really feel comfortable with that because they might be nervous but then some people will say hey yeah sure here's my number or here's my skype ide or whatever it might be what let let's do this job on call with them and you ask them a few questions in one of the questions you ask them always when you when you're on the call with them one on one is how'd you find out about me like how'd you hear about my show because then rob you can really such realize how people that are engaging with your content so these are your best in most worthy invaluable listeners like how early finding out about your show people that are actually responding and engaging at least on on a service level at first via email social media how are they finding out about your show so you can start to see the themes when you start having a few of these conversations about how most people are actually finding out about your show for the first time and there's gonna be some really interesting stories there as you can really start focusing in on one or two of these nations that are just setting you all this traffic and these these great listeners the you'd never would have even known about her thought about if you hadn't had these conversations and then you're going to be at a really poor some of that igniter fluid on those areas to really kind of make that even a better way to get inbound traffic and the number two you're gonna ask them.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

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03:45 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Thousand dollars to join a podcasting community i mean that makes them feel like well i think i may be did make the right decision because john really does care about me kate really does care about me like they have my back so how are you creating these custom scenarios to really make people that are coming into your world feel like they wanna be in your world so that app is bon juoro b o n j o r o and i'm i'm just having a heck of a time with an a lot of fun rob let's dive into your question right now so i called you up you said you have a question and let's fire it off well john the true this i joined podcasters paradise because i knew i was gonna get into a contest so i said well what can i that's that's the way i got into your community and certainly that that thing that you mentioned the personalization is is something that is fantastic and i think it would phenomenally so that's that's the first thing that i want to thank you for for that community is it's amazing i mean like i don't like fifty percent of the things that i've done for sure are directly almost hami pays the from podcasters paradise so i want to thank you for that and my question i actually wanted to have it very related to the podcast because you're you're like the biggest figure that at least that i've seen in the pot destig world and i love what you do end to community that you create so precisely regarding podcasts i know you always talk about saying well here's your avatar that's that's the person that that you're going to targets created specifically for your avatar however i have to say in this small confession era i do feel that my audience even though it's been rolling consists i i am not sure i'm getting the levels of engagement that i have an email list i write emails i respond to every single person rights to me so i tried to engage personally with every person so that they you know they feel that they're within that community but i'm not getting a like for example the day i created a survey together seat back from people something very specific i was creating and i i was i was not very happy about the results so i would like to know if there is if you have a recommendation not only for increasing your audience or what would you say is very very important away for engaging with the audience how how do you get those those results people actually engaging back with you i mean not only being willing to date with him but they actually get into an antique action and engage with with a host and for example because i also heard you talking about precisely understanding deeper your audience and making surveys and maybe talking even at one on once in that says you direction i'm gonna go rob because that's it's something that i've seen to the level that is just such a game changer because it always does start with one so let me ask you a question like when somebody send you an email or replies one of your broadcast he mows that you send out you said you always respond to them via email personally like that's awesome and that's a step you definitely want to do and if anybody was ever to reach out to you on facebook or instagram or any social media platform and just mentioned anyway shape or form like think for the show or that you like to show i'm sure that you replied to them as well below me ask you how many of those people that you said have responded back to either your l put or reach out to you just to say thank you how many of those people have responded with can we jump on one on one call have you asked anybody that question that is so key for so many reasons like i can just tell you the number of absolute gold like a ha moments that i received from doing this back when i launched entrepreneurs on fire i would do this very often the first three months somebody would respond back to.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Hello rob aka professor game how are you doing today very very good how's my audio sounding right now audio sounds very acceptable so thank you for that i can move to my microphone on my test now you sound quite you sound quite good i do have a question though is is this logo that i'm looking at the professor game is also your podcast logo yes and the very cool financial looking at this green logo that's a pair of glasses with like a looks like a little nintendo controller on the left and then what is on the other side the right hand side with circle of colors go the other buttons of the intendo the makes a lot of says there so this is a super nintendo i'm guessing super nintendo cool and then below it is professor game so rob tell me a little bit about yourself and what you do what you have going on they're gonna move into your question well as you said i have a podcast call professor game which is where i'm where i'm starting right now been going on for around six months with a with a weekly podcast what i do is i interview experts and practitioners of game vacation i tried to always take towards education learning because i think that gangs cation has a lot to offer to to that world there's many things that can be profited from that and the idea of this podcast is precisely twin spire teachers professors maybe even entrepeneurship who are thinking of creating educational products.

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"jld" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Win and i'm telling you that conservatives still ever gotten the message they're gonna put it's all out of business could fill liberals boycott had conservatives need to play the same game and we need to boycott every one of those companies that just announced it no longer doing with the nra where i'm telling you we're all gonna go down we did you either win together and swim together and fight together we're all gonna hang separately uh the founding fathers said so you can choose to banded you know our nra friends or you could choose to boycott jld airlines but you had a choice and it's time to go after these banks and airlines that all these companies that are abandoning the nra and i see we boycott them and we bring them to their knees and let them know the sixty three million trump voters who understand very clearly that we're in a war we got to win it a eh has taught talked about a repeatedly i'm sure on your tv show and others you're under pressure from sponsor boycotts the liberals understood that if you go to the sponsors of any uh program any show whatever organization is the nra go if that's where the jugular is and we conservatives we normal people never play that game because we know how painfully unfair it is because it destroys the first amendment but the liberals wanna play the game of uh a political expediency on a field with only their team on the field they do not want the battlefield of ideas to be competing with conservatives or libertarians like you and me because that they want to impose their will upon the american people and they want to boycott and limit eight news max tv get rid of the drudge report graefe to rush limbaugh gough trawler conservative talk show host and go after the nra so so that they have the only ah ability to speak to the american people and you brought up an excellent point we're not built that way because we know it's unfair i like to compete in the battlefield of ideas when some loose on but liberals do not want to compete do they know it another reason sue though i think it's also the.

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"jld" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Now simply put the existence of this previously undisclosed interview is a bombshell and it really could have been used in so many different ways it trial if it had been turned over to the defence first it directly contradicts denise mitchell's claim that she was upstairs your hurrell house when the shooting took place which would likely caused any juror to question the credibility of her entire accounting of the shooting second it indicates that mitchell said there were two cars with a shooter or shooters which fundamentally contradicts every other accounting by every other witness in the case noone besides denise mitchell has ever said the two cars were present and we'll mitchell did senior police interview that there were red and gold cars in the street she never said the gold car was involved in the shooting gordon hayward mitchell not me said that a brown and russ car was present but also someone in knack car and not the red car axes shy african zalis beyond these inconsistencies but these mitchell's other accounting's what mitchell told hayward also contradicts the simple one car owlry contained in both willie visas confession and the state's narrative a trial third and this is crucial mitchell said the all the shooting was done for many inside the cars at trial of course she would claim that she had a bird's eye view of willy view see pushing ephraim gonzalez against her neighbors row hausmann shooting him in this version however gonzalez's shooter never get tired of the car making it much less likely that mitchell would have been able to identify him fourth in this version mitchell also sees the shooter shoot the jamaican a shooting that she claimed she didn't see when she testified at trial fifth hayward statement corroborates the statement by eyewitness jld martinez the people were saying the shooting was done by the stick up boys from 10th in indiana he would of course says something similar that the word in the street was it this was the work at a stick up boys from across the track around eleven st finally sixth the implication of hayward statement is the denise mitchell did not know the identity of the shooter shooters after all she newly vc pretty well even though she newman by the nickname of p way.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Job so give yourself that time every day for the opportunity to give yourself space now del i want to end on fire brother will you giving us a parting piece of guidance and then letting us know where we can view and then we'll say goodbye your first so i guess i'd say from my perspective watching a number of entrepreneurs sell their business entrepreneurship is not only a lot of fun but in my view it's the surest way to financial security you get to pay yourself more you can generate better returns on your own capital the tax code is is helpful era advantageous for this and if you do a well to will you sell your business and even if you decide not to start a business thinking like an entrepreneur as manage manager career and you think about yourself as selling your labor is a really important concept and that's what i try to bring home in in the book i published of which is called family anc using business principles to maximize your wealth and that you can find more about that uh obviously it amazon or family inc that's f ami l y inc dot com fire nation you're the average of the five people you spend the most time with you have been hanging out with d m and jld today so keep up the heat and of course head over to eofirecom and inches type dug in the search bar his show notes page will pop up with everything that we've been talking about today these are the best show notes in the biz timestamps links galore anz and swansea doug thank you for sharing your journey with fire nation today for that we salute you and we'll catch you on the flip side john thanks for having me on the show hey fire nation hope you enjoyed our chat with doug today and make sure you're checking out our free podcasting course so that you can create grow and monetize your podcast freepodcastcoursecom i will catch you there or i'll catch you on the flip side.

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"jld" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jld" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Jld stamp yeah and and i hope like entertainment tonight hires her or access hollywood right there that one go um step back not kit but the other lady that was there for a long time so i go were they get tired at nails who places okay angelina jolie in case you're wondering julia people is reporting that teacher angelina is overseen the language of music lessons of her six kids as their home schooled uh but she stays away from their math in english that you'll understand than any mom overseas at because you hire the person you tell him with the agenda as yeah so she's just like everyone else but liu into so many different languages being top net how okay shilo is learning the cambodian language packs is learning vietnamese because he knows how to do cambodian right maddox is learning german and russian can the hara is of getting fluent in french and vivian end is learning arabic knox's learning sign language summit do not smart that is because the mind can just pick it up so much and once you learn one language when you're young you can do that would be awesome i mean i always would kind of regret that in and have my kids go to spanish immersion score french immersion because it be so great to be will die literal add because casey heaviest go kids go to a spanish immersion school and those two of nor luis bunuel they're not even we petito we got gotta keep unido chief yes you do you how you deal with against hagan spanish and have had to do it in college as well yes none of it about my older brother.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Who's ready to rock today fire nation jld here ends walk oems episode 1800 in '83 of your fire rush hour entrepreneurs on fire seven days a week entities gas is none other than orion dice ryan are you prepared to ignite i'm already on fire already ignite it happened it happening before i signed up i was so excited oh it's fire nation ryan if you don't know this already is the cofounder and ceo of digital marketing dot com e ends host of the traffic in conversion summit which is the largest digital marketing conference in north america he's the founder of dozens count them dozens of companies selling everything from makeup russia's to crossbows even industrial water filters ryan take a minute fill in some gaps from that intro and give us a little glimpse of your personal life yes army new the only thing i would add to that ensures that maybe it makes me sound cooler than i deserve 'cause you hear about all these different businesses and things like that what that really means i suffer from an extreme case of entrepreneurial add and so if i were actually to focus on any one of those things i'm sure that out private a lot more successful have a lot more free time but that in selling very much fun to me so as a result instead yeah we've we've scaled are different systems and processes in lots and lots and lots of industries lots of different articles and product types but what's cool about that is when i talk about it through digital marketer i e it means that the things that we teach i know that they don't just work when you're selling marketing stuff to marketers you know it works across all of these different industries and vertical so that's a lot of on aside from that uh let's see married for almost fifteen years four awesome kids and so i don't ever really get to do anything alone i guess that's the best way i'm constantly surrounded by human beings on side but it's great yeah great great life good get times but i had this great podcast nasuti were talking about can't you kind of hideaway in their little that i am that's exactly i will add i totally forgot that during this i was actually just in the studio curled up in a ball.

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"jld" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jld" Discussed on WTVN

"We are back to uh drunk sh a of brunch place on north four and at first today i do believe the double appetizer and all jld today this matter you in your mind did know i unusually too is better than one usually usually yes rather than one the one caught my eye because they had a little card in the base your daily specials card and they had something called whwho nuts so and you love saying i love so much and there was waffle doughnuts as baseless a waffle doughnuts and i was like on jeff town's kind of interesting lawful i've never had a waffle though not no know i asked how many came in and she said there was four which is okay 'cause there's three of us we each would get a doughnut if that told work out but i had already kinda set my mind on avocado fries because i never heard of avocado fries before me neither and who knew that will now aging dupree anything just the value deep price maverick out oh put some bread pepperell lee dividen and just to throw it in for you know the reason you'll fry up some allah pagnozzo and boy it it actually wasn't too bad it wasn't bear deprived avacado was kind of good i it's such a weird avocado seems like a weird thing to deepfried because it doesn't get any create doesn't get chris no date priority cotto it's avocado when you cook avocado it doesn't it nev get any more solid than.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Lights that sparked fire nation jld here and welcome to episode seventeenhundred and seventy three of eofire where i chat with entrepreneurs on fire seven days a week create your dream life one step at a time how my book how to finally win will be your guide visit how to finally win dot com to learn more now shower today's featured guest wes the what are you prepared to ignite absolutely halima said it's worse z music producer songwriter end entrepreneur his critised can be heard on various tv networks his jingles are all over the radio and he recorded the audio book thirteen hours in benghazi he is a partner of no quit living in he's recently crept out from behind the scenes as an artist in a lager was take a minute fill in some gaps from that intro and give us a little glimpse of your personal life thoroughly absolutely also thank you for having me on the show and i'm really excited to be here but i i guess i'm uh somewhat recent college grad and and even more reason day job quitter actually but i own a company called you write music and like jld said we do jingles for the radio music branding that type of stuff and in addition to that i'm an artist among music producer at i recently got the opportunity to ride for some pretty big pop artists which is pretty cool and that i also am a partner in no quit living like jld mention and that's a really cool project as well i'm really humbled to be a part of it but we have a podcast as well and we interviewed people from all different walks of life in different industries.

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"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jld" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Your nation in the house jld here and walk episodes seventeenhundred in sixty seven of eofire where i chat with entrepreneurs on fire seven days a week are you ready to turn your funnels on fire i have a free step by step course waiting for you fire nation at federal on fire dot com now shower today's featured guest tricia brooke tricia are you prepared to ignite i am so prepared yes tricia works in the entertainment industry in applies for expertise as he director and writer for fill television in theater to the art of big talks she's written to musicals a play a sitcom pilot a feature film and is the organizer of ted x lincoln square she also host the podcast the big talk on ideas tricia take a minute fill in some gaps from the intro and give us a little glimpse of your personal life awesome john well i am from missouri and moved to new york city many years ago to pursue a career in the performing arts and i've been so fortunate that i was the i've been able to do that and when i started out in the city i never wanted to wait table so that was when i started my own company my first company is over twenty six years old and i'd love it would his efforts company the first company i started isn't it's an inhome purcell training company called brooke moves and i send my trainers people's homes and we keep everybody happy and healthy and fit here in new york city while this going on now free said twenty six years yeah it's an able to me to have a career in the performing arts in an showbiz but also to give me the experience to start my new company the big talk while will you've had a lots of different ventures in your life you have quite the entrepreneurial journey which would we be getting into but first today tricia budi see your area of expertise 'as.

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