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"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

05:54 min | 8 months ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"On them in your life high acid like Porsche battle, but if this has a lot to offer. They were a lot that I got out of like. Irish Iris excited about it. Like it's it's citrusy banana. It's green like I was saying some white moral communality. Round Honor Palo. That mean. Like the texture in your mouth, okay! Wrath so think of your body a wine like? Skim milk, two percent, and whole milk. Yet though alike, what? What is this I would say. It's like skim milk, so it's light bodied wine. You know until I get. No, that's a thousand. Okay! Burden which is really cool. They lend that great with a lot to kind of heighten the acidity and give the body or give it a little bit body so. I loved it in here I haven't really seen that. That's that's good to know at school. I have a question. What is quince? It's I think it's okay,.

"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:34 min | 8 months ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"You don or whoever does it, but it's cool. with different people because everyone rinse something unique to you know wine. I love that you said you tasted nell pep. Green pepper DJ belt ever. Green Pepper. Yeah, that's lightly. Okay I. Again I knew a little bit of like things like that from the restaurant industry, and that's one always stood out to me about, and that's I. Always Taste Green Pepper certain lines if I'm if it's in their like that's one thing I remember that from Wang casing and I like. sure okay, and what about? Somebody was telling me that you're not supposed to say. It's sweet wine. That is off dry. Is that thing? like they're saying. No, you shouldn't say sweet. Yeah, because it's off dry so sometimes people confuse sweet with juicy so like the Pinot Noir is super juicy, but some people think it's sweet. You know what I'm saying. Oh Yeah, okay. I like that, so it's super sweet, but it's juicy. Yachts you're getting all that fruit and floral, and you're miss conceiving it for sweet, but it's not. Yes okay, that's why I think. Like this, because a lot of my followers, all are asking for a sweet wine, but I'm like. On a sweet! Sweet wine, but I lay I. don't like sweet line. I like juicy. For Very luscious. My lap like Velvety Election S. you see I love. Those terms okay. Oh I know some of these, but for my vinyls. Who might not now what do these term? Hand? Tannin's are from the grape skins and seeds, so ten and has been red wines in so that's how they get their color. In it's just that feeling in your mouth that drives your mouth out kind of like cotton mouth. It's creepy Yeah. Can't. Walk. A wind blend. Different, grape, varietals that are all blended together. A red blindster delicious. Yours are blends to yeah. Yes the! Fermentation. Fermentation.

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:44 min | 8 months ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Rats. Off All. So I wasn't even thinking in my brain about the baby thing at that time anchored life twenty years. But like having sex and being woman, that's huge. You're absolutely I. mean that's I. Don't know if you watch Bachelor Bachelorette, but that was a big part of my see. Then was that I was open about having sex, and it was like Mary frowned upon in that franchise. Because you know, they have the fantasy suite, but we don't talk about that. And I was open to talking to grow choirs, ideology and I feel like. From talking about it at first was very controversial, but now Now in the season's that have passed since mine, it started the show kind of evolved in its it started to talk about that kind of thing and so I'm like proud. Known. You were one of the first to just be like this, is it? That's amazing, yeah? Is, it is it's part I mean to each their own? Obviously people who are saving themselves credit to them, too, but it's it to me. It is part of relationships and being. You know for you to go through that at the age of sixteen while you're you know developing in trying to feel like a woman in that happens that. Traumatic, though the SORTA radical, But yeah I know feel you. It's such a part of I'm my husband. Wear one I stand. Like just wanted. Were not. We were we were, and then he married. That can happen. Yeah for sure. Yeah, so and then the second part is the baby thing, which now in my late third early thirties. It's starting to be like Oh. This sucks in a different way, so religious rocks you of every single. Stage of womanhood that supposed to be a celebration. You know it's like Oh. Resilience is a big thing if you look but. My Gosh you've I mean you've done so much in lived so many like beautiful, and your obviously such a strong woman, and even chasing your passions in new married an incredible and your yeah, but I I mean I'm not. That would obviously just be so difficult, but you're. You're strong resilient your. New. Let's take a break and be real. We all need a break every now and then, but why not keep your brain? While you relax, you can I promise. It's a real thing, and if you don't already know, I'm talking about a called best fiends. It's a really really fun puzzle game. That's right there on your phone, so you can take it pretty much everywhere. You go so next time you need some me time you go, download best means it really is just such a fun escape when you need a little break from your routine, and there are thousands of fun challenges, tons of cute characters to collect along the way. I've been really into best reasons for awhile since I heard about them, actually and I have to say when I started out. I was just pretty much cruising through all levels thinking I was like the best puzzle player out there, but now that I've gotten to levels in the double and triple digits I find myself really having to strategize, use the old Noggin to get. Get to the next level and challenge in the game every time I go back to the APP if you like, there's new things for me to check out which just keeps it. That much more fun. Also, the APP is pretty fun to look at to be honest. There's so many colors characters, bugs. slugs can't look away. Best. FIENNES doesn't require Internet to play so. So, you can play literally anywhere. No wifi necessary so back in the old days where I used to travel by plane. I would definitely take advantage of fans, and now I just play it when I need a few minutes to take a break and turn off..

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

04:07 min | 8 months ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Profound, so advertising actually took me out their size of media buyer and A Michigan for four years working for Michigan Department of Health and I hated it like sobol ranks not me as fo The first job I got offered to leave Michigan was in Las Vegas and it was for allegiant airline to do their media planning buying and I was. Pace I'm leaving by. So. That so far I'm here. I'm all about just getting up and going doing whatever you know while you're young. WHY NOT So, what was your experience in Napa like becoming a master of wine? Did you love it? What was your day to day? What is your day to day? Look like. Show Graham Right. Forget magical man well, so when I started, it was an advanced. Wanted Beverage certificate program, and then halfway through the accredited to be a masters of wine management. Like a massive one isn't yet so all your to do there. An atom three months and I could do that from home, so it's like yeah, that's awesome failures frigging tasting wine every day but I mean I could actually drink wine. Every Dow Gye yeah, I was GonNa say I when I started creating this wine. Is the first time I was like Oh understand the Perot buckets now. I. Still hate pouring it though and spitting it I feel so weird, but it will. Waste but But you? May for nine months. Does your mouth get like raw after that? Seriously and John is going to dental school as you've like, we are getting your teeth cleaned and all the veins. I'll make their so stains. Oh my Gosh! Honey I'm doing that visiting right now and I don't have them in because I'm gonNA, drink wine, but. is just like red wine. Copy all my favorite things. Now got these little like I. Don't know what they're even called A. Buttons on Yeah I had that yeah! And I are getting stained. Damn it. Was Not Hugh. Did you do? Yeah I had it to rape before. They put it on May. They're like fix. This girl's teeth rally what? Maybe six months, but during my whole year ahead, the buttons are like A. Canine teeth, they had stocked out, so I looked ridiculous. My God. You can't even see yours. While the other all I'm on like my bottom teeth and in the back so. See Mine, which is fine. But when did you do Miss America? Thousand Thirteen. What was the first one I ever did really yeah like I wanted to kitten heels because I'd never watching hails my entire life, and ask Patrick I release because I six will such tomboy so is so my parents were like we're.

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Veteran producer of 'WarGames,' 'Blue Bloods" dies at 85

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Veteran producer of 'WarGames,' 'Blue Bloods" dies at 85

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"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

"Really really kind of committed to it as a strategy really stuck with it and we're doing it for the right reasons and not because it was just the hot new thing and so love. I think you'll see a lot of that with podcast. I think it's still going to grow. I think a lot more people are going to jump in But you know probably two to three years from now It's it's really more of the the serious folks that are that are GonNa have stuck with it and you know all the wall. What's great is because because it's getting so much more attention there's more technologies that are making it easier? More seamless you know publishing a podcast in twenty ten was like really hard to not hard at. Aw so so yeah. So that's that's kind of where I see it going. There was a second question I will get back to Get to that. But what you he said Reminded me of have you ever watched parks and REC. Yeah okay so excellent. There is a clip of of Tom. I'm have referred as he's on Saris character listening to a podcast and like somebody asked him. Like oh I think it was. Adam Scott's character ben was like dealers like what are you. Listen to on the radio. He's been the radio podcast. They're totally different exactly like that. That is the moment we are in one hundred percent. I need to look that up. Good I will leave this show. Yeah absolutely My the second part of that question was what are your use. You specifically what are your plans for the future. Oh yeah so I mean I'm you know I'm super focused on this right now. You know we're I guess like November will be official one year anniversary of pod richer and my plans are really just to focus is ongoing. That refining those systems I think reaching more people and and just you know finding ways to be more helpful to podcasters. I mean this is just something I really love doing. It's a space on being in so one hundred percent into the podcasts and always looking for for great new podcast to listen to as well. so that's that's fantastic and I need to and with my favorite question. Of course which is do you have any trade secrets for us I would say a trade secret is probably. It's probably not a secret but I don't think enough people do it and it. It's to never stop talking directly to your customers And I think I guess ties in with how we started the interview right with just the humanity Hannity And and that kind of thing And I also think of customers is people you sell to but I think also people that you work with I think of as has a a customer because people have a lot of choices especially in the GIG economy and I think it's really important to just always be in touch with people's needs needs and be very clear on like you know how you help In solving those needs and to always be thinking about innovating around around that I think sometimes in the early stages of a business like people will will talk to customers. especially if you're not in a freelance business but then that's sort of drops off and it's something I you know I'm challenging myself. To do is to keep in touch again to the point of facebook. You not just be listening and like noah and understand like what it is that You know people are are working on needing awesome. That's that's that's great. I love that especially the part about you know. It's not just people you sell to you but it's people you work with. You know the the woman who transcribes this show. Her name is Mercedes Ladies and she emailed me and she was like. Hey it was like Friday. She's like hey I knowingly on this one transcript. Now you're probably anxious to get it out but Would it be okay if I did it tomorrow. Meaning Saturday. It's my boyfriends birthday and we just WANNA go out and celebrate and Mike do it Monday. I might go out half fine you like you know. It's it's a little bit my fault for not getting her the finished episode before the episode went out. And I'M NOT GONNA go work on a Saturday So I think that's really important because for just good relationships with the people you work with and the people with whom you work for took exactly and you know it's like we all a lot of people working remotely right. You work with people that you've never met face to face and I think it's just easy for the things to become transactional and you have to work hard for it not to be an and like you said you know. I think just taking an extra minute there to be thoughtful so I think it's really important So I'm I'm with you Joe Awesome. Well Jacquelyn shift Thank you so much for joining me today. Where can people find you Thank you joe at this. This has been so great and as I said I mean. I've I've definitely listened to your podcast last for a long time. So it's an honor to be on pod richer dot com is probably the best place Then people anyone listening is welcome. Come to to email me directly with questions or you know. I'm always up for a brainstorming session. Anything like that I can be reached at Jacqueline. I'm Jay AC L. Y. N. at pod richer dot com. All right. I will link that end everything we talked about in the show notes that we have a rich show notes for this episode which we can find over at how I built dot it Jacqueline thanks so much for joining me today. Thanks Joe appreciated David. Thanks so much to Jackie for joining us this week again. I really loved this interview you. She talked about content strategy of she her research about cold outreach and creating resources is I think is just something fantastic that everybody can really use And then her trade secret of course never stopped talking can directly to your customers. This is a lesson that we learn a time and time again on this show and it's nice to hear it reinforced every so often so so thanks again to Jackie for coming on the show thanks to our sponsors. A Hoy Pantheon and Gusto definitely check them out as well as.

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

"I personally like just don't like that. Group format I find it hard to find older compensations and like that kind of thing thing so I I wish they would solve that problem. But you know I guess because there's such a critical mass of people there and because people log in so often I mean some of these groups whether they're writing groups business groups podcast groups are just great so I definitely I'm with you on that point. This episode owed is brought to you by Gusto now. Small Business Owners. Where a lot of hats I know I am one of them and while some hats are great eight like doing this? PODCAST getting talked to people others like the filing taxes and running payroll hat are not so great. And that's where gusto comes is in Gusto makes payroll taxes and managing a team. Actually easy for small businesses Gusto automatically pays end files your federal state and local taxes. So you don't have to worry about it. And as a New Yorker sub planted to Pennsylvania The Not paying my local taxes. Thing bit me a couple of times so it would be. It would have been great to have Gusto that Plus they make it easy to add on health benefits or even 401k's for your team. Oh and you can get direct access to certified. HR experts to this. Sounds like a pretty good way to kick kickoff. Twenty twenty for your business right. But here's the thing deadlines for the New Year Creep up earlier than you think. And you're going to want to get started now. Oh I don't know about you but I know that I've started thinking about this stuff around this time and all of a sudden February or March is here like I need to do something about my taxes. So don't wait. Let Gusto make it easier on you as a bonus listeners. Get three months free when they run their first payroll. This is one hat that you're going to be glad you gave up. I certainly am And you can try a bonus and see it for yourself over at Gusto DOT com slash Asheville. So get three months for you. When you're on your first payroll try a demo and see for yourself over at Gusto dot com slash build? Thanks so much. Gusto Gusto for their support of this show so you created a productized service. Maybe now we can go to some advice or a people who are looking to kind of maybe repurpose knows the word. You didn't WANNA use but repurpose their content. Whether they are a podcast or or are maybe doing stuff on other people's podcasts. Or on Youtube or or whatever Do you have some some tips for that totally so so so again you know the other thing. I guess I didn't bring up. Is You know it's not like I came up with this idea right. There are other podcasters earns and in fact a lot of really top podcasters that are using this as a strategy and so when I was looking at those shows like High James Alter Pat Flynn like like they are doing this really well and really consistently in a lot of other. People aren't doing it. I think you know as podcasting has become more mainstream. And as is like kind of more seamless interaction between smartphones and computers. And all of that and I know this is heaven for me like like I for example of read about a podcast in the New York Times and then I'm like Oh that's interesting. I'll check it out on my phone. All subscribe so i. I think there's a huge benefit to being multi-channel right people a lot of times. We'll come to me. Because they want to market their podcast. Better and I I would say like the first thing you should do is be a guest on other people's shows that is definitely the best way for audience to discover you and that's the first thing you should be doing but you know there's different levels down in I think now there's a lot more discussion and people that are serious about their podcasting and businesses. That are podcasting are realizing Oh you know this isn't we can't just do this in a vacuum we've got to have an email list you you know all the all the usual marketing stuff like that you would do for something else. Like a podcast is is no exception. The only thing I'd say with podcasting is that the growth tens it tends to be slower. But it's a little more linear and this is just based on having conversations with lots of different podcast hosts so oh I definitely think repurposing should be part of your strategy of how you're getting yourself out there so if you're podcasting for the business or to promote yourself as a freelance or whatever it is you're trying to get a message out there and what repurposing does is gets the message out there in another either way so you have two options in you can do it on your episode pages so each episode page could have the podcast player. And then I I think either have some really good show notes that you know. Give like a very kind of comprehensive introduction. This is what you can expect to learn these key takeaways and and then links to resources mention and that's great right for listeners But if you wanted to take it one step further and this is what I see a lot of the a-list podcasters doing you know. Have a whole article have something. Because it's I think you're not as likely to share an episode page that just has you know an audio player on. You're more likely to share. Something that like has has more text on it. So whether it be an edited transcript or something like that now. Obviously that's going to if you do that for each episode that's GonNa Really Help Your Seo Seo for your podcast website and you're gonNA over time become more findable that way on the other approach and is to use the repurpose this content as guest posts so instead of posting it on your own website you know coming up with a list of. Let's say target twenty targeted websites sites. That have overlap with your audience and Placing it there. You can obviously in in your bio mention that this is based on episode of Your podcast so people know that You know input links to other relevant episodes of your podcast within the text of the article. But you know if you write something really good place they sit in the right place. It's definitely over time going to help people find you and I would just point out one quick example. There was a great example a no occasions. PODCAST Tyler Solti. Who has a podcast at an? I'm probably mispronouncing his name but he talked too bad how he used this with the guest posting strategy with you know he had A column Kiplinger. I think couple other places aces can five months. He saw you know I think like I don't know he went from like a couple thousand to like thirteen thousand thousand downloads. A month so can't have real impact that you've got to be in the right places. That's such a great idea. I mean like everything when you just said there was really great stuff But man the guest article as From repurpose interview is so great. Great 'cause like I mean you know some of my more popular talks like things I learned by asking. How did you build that right? And so it's it's not like an article anywhere like it's a talk that I gave at a conference and so I'm definitely going to take some of your advice here and see how much I can grow my podcast August. The end of the ill will brainstorm at podcast movement. Sounds good yes. Yeah absolutely That that sounds fantastic. So as we wrap up the interview interview here. What are your plans for the future? You know podcasting To people who have been listening to podcasts. For a long time it probably he seems like podcasting is is getting to it's critical mass right but to a lot of people. This is just the beginning of podcast growth. So you know maybe he can give a prediction for the future and then year plans for growing your business in in the next couple of years. Yeah I mean I see I see the rise I of podcasting very much like like blogging Back in the days so it was like you know ooh blogging. Hot New thing and you know younger. People only read blogs they don't read news like all these like sensational discussions about it and then and then it was like businesses were jumping on board and everyone was launching a blog and then you know I think after a few years only people that.

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

"Personals outreach and follow up I mean that's that's another big part so inundated and when strangers emailing when you it's kind of less memorable so you know to follow up into follow up well Is is also a skill in and of itself. Yeah again that's another great point right because has the I e mail the first old email icy if it sounds like it's auto generated or mass e mail to me I'm going to ignore it and then if somebody follows up the Mike all right well maybe there is actually a person behind the email so yeah so. That's another really great point Yeah we we live in interesting times right where he like questioning. Is there actually a person behind the female that I mean I get it. Yeah Yeah I mean absolutely and like you'll sometimes sometimes the curtain will get pulled back right and it's like I got an email one time. That's like hey joe I really loved your video on product act like what product like Exactly like it's so embarrassing. Yes when it's bad I mean it's just yeah So yeah the more you can sound like a human like Jackie said you should So you mentioned in a couple of times having a productized service Can you can you dive in a little bit more to that because I mean it seems like if you're helping people come up with content. Each job is maybe a little bit different. Maybe there's a couple of variables here but how did you build that up. One hundred percent. So yes when you're dealing with content and I think this is a huge temptation to be a highly customized and obviously we are customized to the specific client needs. But it's to the extent that we're able to each time you know there's a few this kind of a few ground rules basics When you're working with with the client and you're taking their interview and transforming it into an article that is you know a readable interesting to read piece of text on its own so there are systems to that and even though I wouldn't actually say like I'm naturally a big systems person? It's just it's so so much more efficient when you're able to extract some of the steps so for example you know it's a wool work from a transcript right we'll have the transcript on on We actually use tenny DOT com. I don't know if you know them. It's an AI. Transcript And I just you know I find it a really easy good tool And so we'll work from that. And then you know listen to the interview circuit Then the the the podcast episode that. We're working working with is assigned to a writer and the writer has been trained to listen to the episode. You thinking of the target audience like in your case you're probably talking to a lot of other founders. A lot of technical founders wordpress developers that kind of thing So we you know. Think about that as we're listening to the interview and then extract because the way you you would write an article for that audience is different than the way you'd ride it for general and like someone who doesn't even know what wordpress is so we'd pay attention to that and then like extract the points in the specific points and then organized that into an article with different subheads takeaways and whatever so the process is definitely product ties in that sense like we have a system to it and we also you know. Initially the first couple of months I was doing this. I would offer clients we. Do you know customer all the time it was like this person wanted a batch of ten articles. The other person wanted to work monthly. So we've kind of when I say productized sort of like we work with clients in a few different ways so we will either work on a monthly basis. We typically work either with people who are producing regular shows and sometimes we'll create content for every show but then we also work with like guest People that it's like You know just guest on a podcast. And maybe they don't even have their own but they then want to turn that into of content Afterwards words because a lot of times people on a podcast they re they prepare. They say like a lot of really interesting things and we want to capture that knowledge and just helped them get more out of that interview so so we have different packages based on whether you're the podcast creator or the podcast guest and it's still I mean. Honestly it's something I'm very much working on you know it keeps changing until we find like the right fit but it's just a much more efficient way to work. Having worked as a freelancer as well. I think you experienced firsthand that it's so helpful when you. Oh you have a process that you're able to talk client through and you know there's disciplined for the client and is disciplined for you. I think having that process process is essential for getting like getting to the best work and managing expectations along the way. But it also takes I think working with a few different clients to know what is the most effective process that will work for most people. And so that's kind of what I've spent the last couple of months. Try to figure out. Yeah wow that's that is just fantastic general advice for anybody working with Clients or people really. It's it's important to have a process that you could talk client through I'm like I feel like I'm feeling those growing pains again like I'm learning that lesson again because I'm kind of pivoting I'm from web development. Freelance freelance web development fulltime to doing videos for higher and the process is very very different. And so like we're with a web design client. I'm like I need your content and we're gonNA get the domain and the hosting and this and here's the whole time line and here's about how long it's going to take back and I know and I can build a buffer for like because they're not going to get the client the content on time or I'm GONNA spend too much time on the design with videos. It's like what do you want your video to be about like I know so I need to work through the process and so I can manage expectations like you said it exactly end. And like that's the thing I think whenever you're freelanced and you've worked with different types of clients and and everyone does have different types of needs needs. I mean I don't want to deny that but I think a lot of times. People are just saying things differently but they kind of want a similar result. You know you can fit it into into bucket A. B. or C.. And you know the reason they're working with you right is because they want your expertise. They want you to to help get them from where they are to where they wanna be and so having that that system is is really helpful but again. It's you know it's weird like if if if I would have thought about it if you would have asked me five years ago like Oh would you be on the podcast talking about business systems like I would have laughed in your face but it's been helpful to to to learn a lot of those Along the way and there's actually a really great facebook group You might even find it. Find helpful cold product ties startups on in Robin. Forget his last name but he's he's the founder of many pixels and there's a lot of founders in that group that just kind of talk through different pieces of this you know And like you know everything. From what technology do you use for doing this. This and this thing to you know aspect of of of how do you. How do you run the business better? Wow that's really interesting I will. I'm looking at it now. I'm going to join and see if there's not like a barrier barrier really Few questions I'll do this later. I'll definitely Lincoln in the show notes though That sounds great. I mean you know. FACEBOOK has been It's kind of pivoted for me from like just like a place where I share pictures of my kid which is like now instagram to a place where I interact with with people about. Oh how do I do this Mike The podcast movement group for example or like both really helpful totally. And I've noticed this I I think I went through a period of like just just hating facebook and everything they do but I am in a lot of groups that that are really valuable. I still.

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

"The you know the basic business model of of what I've been trying to build and so at this point I'm I'm about. I'm about nine months into it and You know really like we started off with a few different offerings but really what we do. is we work rick with podcasters to take their podcast content and turn it in an optimized for text right another way of saying that would be re repurposing but I kind of think of as optimizing it for text and so either into an article or long from content and so. That's that's it's the just I guess. Yeah well so that's really interesting because first of all you're absolutely right like a lot of shows I listen to. I'm like very upset upset when I don't see at least show notes As part of you know when they mentioned something i WanNa go and see you know especially ones that reference like a bungee youtube videos. Like I WANNA going. I WANNA watch those later but You know even I feel like as a web developer myself I've got the little blurb. I've got the show notes and I've got the transcript which is pretty much the conversation with maybe some ums removed But I'm not repurposing. That for articles is because that that can be a lot of work. Which is why I'm sure people are willing to Outs or outsource that essentially to you. So it sounds like your origin story is pretty well researched And I generally do like to ask what kind of research she did. What did you find that other people were already the in this space doing it or was it like a pretty unique Offer that you were that you were sending out there And and you know just to go back to an earlier point you made in the night promise will answer the question you know. So there's definitely like I'd like what you said as a listener right and like so we both listen to a ton of podcasts. I I like to have that transcript or at least show notes as a resource so I think there's that element right is you WanNa have a text resource for your list because it's hard to go back and find the place in the audio but then I think thank you know the distinction and maybe this kind of speaks to your question. A little bit of what we're offering is we're saying let's turn those show notes. It's into a marketing asset where someone doesn't necessarily have to be a listener to have the context but they can see this either on another website eight or find you know through a search and come to your website and see it as a standalone thing and be able to get the just and then you know because more people are listening listening to podcasts. They will think wow this this is interesting. I'm actually going to listen to the episode or I'm GonNa subscribe and listen to other episodes and this is it. You know I didn't focus a time on competitors you know from listening to a lot of podcasts and just just reading a lot about you know business through the years. I was really interested in that cold outreach that I did and I knew that if I could get you know like basically my goal with reaching out to ten people cold as I thought. Let me see if I get one kind of response. When I got two people he pulled to become clients? I was like I'm I'm onto something so I mostly kind of focused around that and then there's definitely some other people that are doing this. I mean I mean it's a good strategy in that offered as a standalone business but I just sort of mostly focused on what can what can i. What can our team sort of offer offer people and you know I meant mentioned the productized service stuff? So that's something I've also done. I just find that really intriguing as a business model and that's something. I did a lot of research around when I thought about how do I kind of structure our workflow and structure on boarding clients. This episode is brought to you by Pantheon. Starting a new project looking for a better hosting platform Pantheon is an integrated set of tools to build launch and run websites. Get high performance hosting for your wordpress sites plus a comprehensive toolkit toolkit to supercharge your team and help you launch faster on Pantheon. You get expert support from real developers best in class security security in the most innovative technology to host and manage your websites. You can sign up a new site in minutes with a free account you only pay when it goes live. That is my second favorite feature to Pantheon only to the easy ability to you. Create DUB staging N.. Live servers and push to get hub. It's very easy to set those things up on Pantheon so you you can head over to Pantheon Dot. Io today again to set up a free account pay only when it goes live. Thanks so much to Pantheon for their support port of this episode and this season of how I built it first of all before we get to the product is service I'm saying that's how I remember to bring it up You focused on cold outreach. And you got ten out of ten To clients out of ten emails. which is Immuno you know by Mike? Most conventions really good right like That's like a twenty percent conversion rate And with cold outreach. You generally expect a lot less than that. What did that cold outreach look like was it just like an email introducing yourself a did you and you had absolutely no connection to these people? What's zero aside aside from the fact that I I was I was a listener? or come across their podcast. Yeah I think you know so wearing another hat. I've also I've also edited a newsletter An an email newsletter called the the g mail genius and so That's really directed to how people use e mail better and a lot of it is geared towards people in sales marketing. So I sort of read a lot about cold email. I think the the key with a good cold email is to just sound bike human. I mean if I had to bottle down to one thing right and so and I think one of in a way is my my weakness almost as a business person Jason is is I do. I do put a lot of research and and thought into you every outreach they do and then you know as a business person right. I guess that doesn't that doesn't scale. You just can't can't be thoughtful about everything but but I just really believe in it. I know we all get cold pitch emails and the ones that I like not relevant and are painful and just like cannot You know just just what would never want to come across like that so it was really about introducing very very briefly introducing myself. Because I think also when you're reaching out to someone it's it's not really about you. It's about them and what they need. And so I said you know I'd say something like Hey I notice. You're you know you've done all these great podcasts. In a lot of the contents evergreen You know have you been thinking about doing more. Could we have a discussion about doing this. This and this and I've kind of lay out some of the options. But just just you know I think introduced the idea and in the hope that they'd want to discuss it further So that was the general approach. Yeah and that is I mean. That's a great approach. Okay I mean you're I e mail to me was a cold email but You know you mentioned that you have listened to the show and you you liked a recent episode when you reached out and and that's like that stuff that you can't really just automate right unless you have a script that just like pulls as a random name from my feet like that too much work A lot of people retouched though like I think this person won't be good for your show and then I say why. What about my showed showed you like And if they can't pass that basic litmus test that I'm probably going to say no to them because I want you know I think we talked. What about this in the pre show? I want good content and and so you know you're cold. Emails are a lot more personal. And and I you know I I feel like other person actually cares about my content. Yeah I mean the other person I would just bring up with that. Who has like a fascinating story? Is Sam par the founder of the Hustle. He he I forget where he republish. This and I can send to write for the show nights again the importance of showing but he he wrote like a really extensive article about how he kind of built up the hassle through cold emails. And like the gist of it. Also was like.

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on How I Built It

"Honestly it's still something. I'm very much working on You know it it it it keeps changing until we find like the right fit but it's just a much more efficient way at work. You know. Having worked as a freelancer as well. I think you experienced firsthand that it's so helpful when you have a process that you're able to talk client through. Jackie shift made her way onto the show. Because she's orthodontic she reached out recommending another guest in a very real way. She didn't just say hi name. I love show name name. You should have disgust on actually talked about the episode that she liked in the Tako is she heard from the show which means I could tell she listened to to the show and therefore she probably did know a good guest well throughout our conversation We decided that she would also also be a good guest. She's a master of making the most of your content. We talk all about repurposing something. I could do a little bit better as well as that cold outreach that she's also really good at we further talk about product housing services which is something. I'm doing at the moment so as much as this interview in this episode is going to be great for everybody who listens. This isn't episode. That I got so much out of and I hope you do too but before we get to that. Let's hear a word from our sponsors. This episode is brought to you by. Yeah our friends at the easiest way to increase customer engagement on your wordpress site installer. Hoy create a message. Box configuration display it and start seeing conversions come in you can create messages for card abandonment up sales and cross sells custom support and so much more hoist flexible conditions. Let you choose exactly where and when you want your message to be displayed. I've recently installed it on my own commerce site site and I've already seen increased engagement and I know this because of a hoist powerful analytics and reporting you will see Roi within days of installing. Ahoy if not sooner and that's even more true for listeners of how I built it you can get an exclusive twenty percent discount on any plan. Busy user Hoy dot com slash. How I built it and use the code how I built it at checkout? That's us a hallway DOT COM U. S. E. A. H. O. Y.. US AVOID DOT com slash. How I built it and the discount code how I built it use those today? Increase your engagement and sales on your wordpress site. Thanks to avoid for their support of the show. Hey everybody and welcome to to another episode of how I built it. The podcast that asks. How did you build that today? My guest is Jacqueline Chef of pod. Richer Jacqueline how are you today. Hey Hey Joe. I'm doing really well and excited to be on your show awesome. I am excited to have you on the show Jacqueline And I have been talking via email for a few months and we Wink wink nudge nudge. Met At podcast movement because this show is coming out after a podcast movement even though we're recording it before our podcast movement so Jacqueline it was very nice to meet you at podcast movement. Man It was great to meet you and we had crazy amazing times. Yeah yeah so a memorable absolute wild. We hung out with like Pat. Flynn and Guy Rodgers crazy cool so thanks again so much for coming on the show. We're going to talk about Not just you and your company that you started but Repurposing podcasts interviews. which is a very interesting interesting topic to me since I do podcast and abuse and coming up with content is just like I feel like it's such a grind some days like I'm I'm a programmer and I feel like I could whip up like a wordpress plugin in less time than it takes for me to come up with like a content strategy so I'm excited to talk about that today. Okay me too. I mean this is. This is exactly what I love talking about. You know is developing content strategy based around your podcast so many people are podcasting and you know having great substantive interviews. There's so much information there and you know my passion Ashen is really helping people extract that and putting in different forms and getting it out there right and there's so many different ways to get it out there so I'm sure we'll so we'll get into all of that. Yeah that sounds great so before we get into that one. Oh you tell us a little bit about who you are and what you do sure. Sure so as as you mentioned you know. I'm the founder of pod richer so I think the sort of the origin story probably best begins about route two years before I started pod richer. I was working at a magazine here in Chicago ahead. Great job but just was it was very old media sort of mentality and for a lot of reasons I left without having a plan in place for what was next very unlike me. Not the kind of things I usually do it. Was You know depending on how you look at it. One of the dumbest life risks. I could've taken but that's what I did and then so left. The job. Urban was like okay now I have to figure stuff out at freelance before You know I'd say if you had to put me into a box I'm content strategist adage assets. What I really love doing? I love to create content and then think about like how do you use it. And how do you reach the people. You're trying to reach I've previously really worked as a as a journalist in Washington DC. So I have an editorial background and I've done also communications and marketing so pretty pretty okay well rounded but like I say freelance before it wasn't I didn't think okay now I want to start the next iteration of my freelance career but I I kind of got lucky and just you know happen to to quickly find too long term retainer clients and the whole reason I didn't I wonder freelances I didn't WanNa at that point in my life like hustle really hard finding new business all of that like every month so when this happened I was like you know great. I'm going to do thus for a little while You know these are great opportunities and I also wanted to travel and do the digital nomad thing so You know got set up with the clients and then travelled for a year. I spent some time in Mexico. Guatemala South Africa where I'm originally from Scott. Some extended time with the family down there And then when I came back to the US after all of that. I knew I wanted a to start more business and I knew I wanted to do something podcasters. You Know I. I love love podcasts. I like to say I was like a listener before like people were into serial before it was the cool thing and I've always loved listening sning I've dabbled with creating my own you know did a little bit In in work context before and it's just always a medium that that I'd loved So this is now you know twenty eighteen when I'm looking around at the at the podcast space. And obviously it's exploding everyone's podcasting everyone's like jumping on the bandwagon. And and I'm looking at some of my favorite podcasts websites and I noticed that a lot of them aren't doing with the episode pages you know they're throwing up a player player there right which doesn't do much for your Seo maybe they're putting a totally unedited transcript but they're not doing a whole lot with the content from the podcast assed and going back to my background in journalism. You know the foundation of journalism. Is You interview people. And you create articles from it. And it's all about organizing organizing and editing so naturally my brain went there and I was like you know these could be great articles which would really serve the purpose of marketing marketing episode pages and so I thought let me let me test this out. I reached out to ten podcasts. Totally cold that I enjoyed listening to and was like. Hey you know would you like some help repurposing. Your content either created a highly edited a transcript or articles based on this and so out of ten cold outreaches. I got six really warm responses uh-huh and two ended up becoming clients so great I feel like I'm I might be onto something and so I started working with them at the point that was just me and after a couple of months I thought you know I think I think there's really something to this I think a lot of people are podcasting and not thinking about the rest of their content and strategy and I'd love to form a company around that and so then started building up the company. You recently had Alex mclafferty on the podcast. Alex is awesome. And I feel like I've learned a ton from him so he talks a lot about product ties. Services does and so that's kind of.

"jaclyn" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"If you want more detail put a linked to it in the show notes and the price will go up to seven nine dollars a month in twenty twenty so you guys can reserve your spot and we will begin in November so if you want something like that definitely take a look. Also we're going to be doing the rocket launch lab. It's a five week in-depth workshop to launch scale and grow the dream business whether whether you already have the idea and you just want to refine it and grow it or you really want to pinpoint the idea and scale it. You're going to be taken through my four step action plan in which is create test validate and sell your offer. This is a project based intensive with weekly Zoom Calls Accountability groups more my team and I will be there to keep you working smart and taking that messy inspired action you can hold your spot now and you'll be granted the founding member price because the doors will open in January and the price will go up so if you want information on that you can also find a link in the show notes. Do either of those programs feel fit. That is what I want to know because I want want to. Just show up for you so if you have any feedback on what you want if either of those feels good then go ahead and reserve your spot. Thank you for being part of this journey. I do feel like together. We are continuing to make such huge waves in the world and I want to work with you. Guys more and help you even more. I do WanNa let you know that I am doing a retreat free at my house. November third and fourth and there are six spots left and we are capping this at fifteen people so if you'd like to join me and and sit with me for too powerful days to really have a transformation and a breakthrough then send me damn or email me because we'd love to have you okay so on today's episode we have the delightful Jacqueline Malone. She's a coach Speaker and entrepreneur a podcast and the founder of Goto Gal Jacqueline has built a super successful career by helping people get out of their own way and take their seat at the table and really step in to being the authority and whatever it is they love. She's also also.

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Friend of Ohio mass shooter faces federal charges for allegedly lying on gun form

LadyGang

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Friend of Ohio mass shooter faces federal charges for allegedly lying on gun form

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"jaclyn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:14 min | 2 years ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Jaclyn smith. Fifty two. Killed after being a kind heart. After giving money to a woman passenger seat. Guy who? Steal her personal wallet stabbed in the torso. She bled out before they could get to the hospital welcomed the Baltimore. Come for the excitement. Stay because somebody murdered you AMI. So sad. It is. So Sam couple of emails into this. And then to the phones are Johnny Bruce life is cheap amongst certain groups of folks years ago. I noticed thugs demanding respect demand respect you. Don't demand respect, you earn it? And sometimes it takes years to earn. But these are people who have no idea how cheap it feels what responsibility looks like or who to talk to when they have a problem. And somehow Al Sharpton is respected amongst this group. There was an equation here that we haven't quite solved yet true. And this from Russ, Bruce, I grew up in major league baseball after the second players strike years ago used to tell people all the time that the ravens are class organization. Like, the Orioles used to be well that'll change last year for me. Now, I have no reason whatsoever to go to Baltimore City from Harford county where I live. My wife's business requires her to have appointments at various peoples homes. We have. Come to the agreement that she will not venture very far inside the Baltimore beltway. It's just not worth the risk. And one more to the phones we shawnee and Phoenix before welfare and all of our social monetary contributions of the poor people had to work to survive. It was a natural thing to do. And in the process, they evolved to being better human beings. They learn values and developed skills and compassion for one another. In this new age of everything being provided by the government. We have turned the national. I'm sorry. We have ruined the natural. Evolution of people. You no longer have to strive for anything just bitch complained, the cry racism or sexism, and it's going to be given to you. You never have to improve yourself. However, all sides must bend to your demands. It is so sad that we are stunting the development of a nation. That's was shawny in Phoenix. Joe's are beautiful. And he's I dump this morning. Joe? Thank you so much for hanging on. Are you doing this morning? I'm well. Thanks. I wanna wish you and yours a merry Christmas. And all your listeners are very Christmas as well. Yeah. Onto that said subject of being killed recently. You've already kicked this idea around. It might already be on the books as far as the, you know, the panhandling laws, but just make it give the motorist a ticket if they stopped to give a panhandler money. Policeman seasons. They get a ticket. Of course, we have benign neglect going on in the city right now. And that's unfortunately, the the mindset in the city is to say this is normal. We have we have we've defined deviancy down this. This is great phrase of Daniel, Patrick Moynihan, Senator from New York Democrat and ex UN ambassador wants phrase that we are defining deviancy down things that were viewed as deviant behavior a generation ago. Are we are now told that is normal and you see throughout the entire culture scrape. I think the social mores we used to have a standard of you know, certain things were acceptable in certain things, we're not, and it's it's just slowly eroded, and it's it's terrible. But Joe if we in a standard, and this is this again is kind of for me that one of the focuses of this show, the standard was based on principles on which we could all agree. We no longer have that standard because a significant portion of the population and in urban areas, a majority of the population believe that standards should be relative that things are relative relativism is is not the way to go. Moral relativism is is a joke. More relativism leads us to chaos elisa's to murder in the streets at the rates that we're seeing a Baltimore City. You also see in Chicago in Saint Louis and other metropolitan areas, but is what this whole philosophy is brought us, and unfortunately, the leadership in Baltimore City is is promoting that. And and that is just the wrong way to go. Indeed. Thanks for your call Joshi. Appreciate care. Four one zero WCBS eighty two east. Baltimore an egg. Good morning. Morning. I believe in Virginia Tech actually as illegal to give anyone money intersection. But in the past I've been told by certain lawmakers said, you know, public street have right? Be there. You know? I believe when you're blocking hindering traffic, and it's a safety. I believe it should be at loss for that reason alone now down in east Baltimore, it's pretty funny. There's a guy to hangs on the corner on Kane and North Point boulevard break five ninety five bridge. He parks car. Ever at the whiskey. Bottom far. I think it's called. I can't really remember them never fit into the establishment. But and then gets enough money to drag walks over to bar any comes back. But when I see a panhandle, I don't say or do anything. But if they approached me and asked me for money, I I keep a copy of all debate labor percenters, and when they say can you help? Now, I say, you know, what I sure can handle the paper, you know? Of course, you know, they watching the look of disappointment on their face. So if your fool enough to give people like this money, like many callers hostess, decide Maryland's fry the most generous state in the union when it comes to welfare and social programs. They really need the help out there. Full enough to give them money. I know I'm not trying to suggest this way deserve to be killed in no way. Please take us. All right. If you're careful enough to give someone money your four enough to get ripped off in my opinion. It's it's just that simple. And it wouldn't be out there doing it. If if it wasn't a cash cow. Well, it is a cash and people, and of course, the individual. You're talking about is not the only one every year. So some TV station figures out that it'd be a fun thing to do to simply hang out and watch one of these folks and see what happens at the beginning of the day in the end of the day and you'll see people being picked up and rather than nice cars at the end of their shift. I've I've mocked it saying basically this during there's a franchise convention that goes on every year and one of the most lucrative franchises is the will work for food franchise. Is thanksgiving. Thank you telling me that. It's really. Yeah. Fifty thousand homeless people that can't afford to eat on thanksgiving in Baltimore or whatever. The number is and every year, it grows, and grows grows. Okay. That's ridiculous free food. You're not feeding the needy folks, you're feeding the greedy and the story no room for discussion. Thanks for your call. Appreciate it for ones zero six eighty toll free long distance. It's one eight hundred six hundred back wants do seconds. I let me let me know something. No, no. I'm going to hold that coming. This Email that came in from Jim I teach ethics and currently teaching erase titles virtue. Ethics shame as a quasi virtue. According to Aristotle some are shameless. But once one has lost face. They cannot be over shamed. Shame is an important character building crate, unfortunately, some lack self respect and our shameless. I'm troubled by the fact that anyone would fall for the ploy used in. The stabbing death of a good Samaritan last week. Before Uber and lifted commonplace was flagging a ride where the finger pointing rather than hell camp on Edmonson avenue and north avenue in west Baltimore. This was a prevalent practice usually a young woman with a baby or small child until would flag. A ride sympathy for them when makes some stop and give them a cheap or free ride, but once stopped and opened the door a man will come out of the shadows or nearby and forces we ended the car robbing the good Samaritan at knifepoint some were stabbed summer carjacked. But no one died. She says you search for web news for the nineties early two thousands when this practice was prevalent, but no avail it's hard to believe that everyone has forgotten this. Thanks for reading. Cheers. Jim. Yeah. Actually, I'm I'm in favor of shame. I am. I think that shame is a very useful tool in a culture. No matter what form it comes. I mean, the Amish you get shunned if you if you break the rules of the culture sufficiently, you are shunned you're isolated from the rest of the culture. I don't think that's a bad thing. Because it does dissuade those other individuals who look at that and say, you know. I need social contact. I need other people to talk to. But that is something I think will never happen in this wider society. And that leaves us with shame which I think is a good thing. I think being able to Shane people for their behavior is not a bad thing. And I received calls and talking about this phenomenon of single mother out of wedlock childbirth. What happened to shame? Truly what happened to shame. Not just for the mom, but can almost always in virtually every case only one I can think of in virtually every case there is a male human being involved in this process. Where's the shame being pointed those guys who get women pregnant and then walkout being proud that they're the they're the father of yet another child who will grow up without a dad. Oh, there's a sperm donor. That's it. And they're proud of this. This for them is manhood that for me is a fourteen year old mindset, and I don't know how to get past Maryland is in Abington. Thanks for hanging on. I do. Appreciate it. Good morning. And welcome to the Bruce Elliott show. Maryland, Maryland is an Abingdon town that always sounds like it has a head cold. All right. I'm sorry. You're on there. Do the call back the opportunity Chaka's run park choke morning. Good morning. If somebody's already said that we can just cut me off to find out who who stabbed that woman. It's a run every running them peddlers off the corner, you'll find out in a hurry. There are no honor among thieves is that what you're saying. What do you think? Well, I think that's possibility if you simply say, you know, nobody's going to do anything. But of course, then you're rewarding. Basically once you find them, then you say, we'll go back to your legal behavior. I think that there is a a wider societal responsibility. Somebody knows who these people are Shirley, no attempt peddler who I mean, it is inevitable other people in the neighborhood. No, somebody will have said something. The woman would have said something guy would have said something to someone else. Somebody in the neighborhood knows which couple is going to run conning people with this particular Khan. And whether it's this couple or five couples were mentioned, then you narrow the field down rather substantially because the husband was there are there is identification possible. So I just think that the whole idea, and again, this comes back to shame and shame is based purely on having a standard ethic, a standard moral, compass by which we can all guide ourselves, and we no longer have that compass. The political left has pretty much destroyed that actually they have said that no moral relativism is the right way to look at the world, which means that. You can do something that in some cases, moral and in some other cases, it's immoral. No. That doesn't work you're either behaving morally or you're not behaving morally bluntly, there are times where nationally that we have cases where the government acts in an immoral fashion for the greater good. And I accept that. That's one of the hard cold realities of life. That does not mean there should not be an element of shame attached to that. Chuck, thanks for your call. I appreciate it. Four one zero WCBS six eighty Bob is in Brooklyn park. Good morning. Bob. Welcome on good morning. Bruce. I have returned by rant for you this morning, and there's a couple of sentences and the last thirty years. Now, I don't know how to put the time line on it. But I'll call it thirty years. America has taken in up to one hundred million Amazon they came in. They weren't check for disease. They're scattered into welfare class all over America. Especially the continental part of it. And we are down to seventy eight point two years from about eighty two years of life expectancy. We've got unknown disease is running rampant through the country. We're going back to polio, measles and everything else. Now, these are all brought on. The federal government Harry four or five states under the name of sanctuary cities, sanctuary states. Forty percent of the people are on welfare. We're ready to go into a cold civil war. It may turn hot. And we're going bankrupt. Federal. I mean, you've touched on something very important that the federal government does not get its spending under control, and I'm a conservative, and this is supposed to be conservative president. But my God in heaven. They better start watching what they're spending or they'll run us bust. A really will when the dollar Bill stops becoming the biggest greenback in this world and that should dollar fill. We still the pound is worth more. But the old American dollar still hanging tough. But when it goes out, the window, hang on, brother. Thank you very much. I.

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"For jaclyn cashman springfield mass this state tony in the getting better i'm in there what are you willing twenty four inches of some now nice and he thinking and yes he said something today as we were is finishing up our shall we said you know it's bad you're you're sitting the wrong guy getting you know he he never has inning the interesting coming in here continue to hearing just a degree energy you see on the internet throw the swing absolutely we're going to be continuing to about on our situation rich genius to bad bro and yet obviously yeah i don't terms second travel band is facing and the riot happening now history continues to play out so no it's interesting agreement that was one of things about bringing he in this is a great get by james timing what is when you throw even better in the i said you know weren't that and we got one of them he says one of them runs for.

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"K accounts so far seven judges of sided with the employs pursuing the companies and refused to grand motions to dismiss the case is so the litigation continues lumbered beard a has been analyzing the look these law suits and the retirement plans of financial companies that issue mutual funds an investment products going to talk with us is bloomberg being a senior legal editor jaclyn willie jaclyn welcome to the program how widespread is this issue of financial companies offering their own products in that other employees ferland capela it's well i think it's really line spread actually i i looks through the government firings of a hundred different companies tied for me to a planning for other and then next on that ninety two of them at least come portion of the for allowing kane than around time so i didn't pretty line so just like considering these lawsuits and the fact that they are going forward why don't the companies take the time now to reduce or eliminate began house finds in there for a one kate plans one so there you know at least having conversations about that but any on ice i think the courts in defense attorneys and you know and it looked and it's the company off things going on the open market and then no but competitors on you know that and it's gonna be turned it into wednesday's then don't make him so i think they're that you know really on including a didn't enough to be in turn they wanna so that the thunder going in often into down employees so in the loss it's themselves like precisely are the plaintiffs claiming is the problem i mean.

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

Dark Matter Digital

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Dark Matter Digital

"There collected and the history behind every can start and the book of i think it's you know you know maybe i should say it i so i think it's not so i found it starts with a you know finding out the history behind all the reasons you know that kind of pure him the ball so you it is a great boca just like a mentioned before and i i'm proud to say it is all mobbed bookshelf all right i know people are like how can you say a book about morbid curiosity is is absolutely gorgeous but i do and it's in five a fact yeah average and i think i think you know like that's an insane you you you look obviously got the essence of the vocal you sort raised eyebrow okay does that would divisional what he when he was just piece was photograph so loving want you know i mean it okay there i understand that and you know i love you know you know and you even you love perfectly hacia like a false one instance make the czech veteran of you know what i mean you didn't use it in there the ball was bad you just and their their can to learn about that i just off i don't that you know i just don't and that's perfectly fine and then you know he you know and that's exactly what it better and she jaclyn could be but i don't think there's anything in the book that was like so i don't think hopefully there's nothing in the both that'll fans people are like you know and it should be and they have to you know you know and that you know and even material full of stuff that night on the stands can pull you understand but you have to understand in the world of which well the curiosity collecting world there are people that you know they're dirty hire collection are both of its provide those people work not included in but both for you know for because they didn't want people the only got their getting kind of watch occasional draft but that doesn't mean that they don't serve of the bulk of the don't look like what contender they have star called are you already you don't wan beckons.

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"jaclyn" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

05:03 min | 4 years ago

"jaclyn" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Some in today for jaclyn cashman and hillary chabot tillery is of course recovering from a long two weeks of you know journalism in at two conventions back to back must be grueling if it's am sort of glad you when i got to stay in our own holmes during the last two weeks in and out there outings you see money you they need to do you can throw the ball shoes for that well i'm in a common argue with myself later eleven you just argue with yourself that's right now i'm an avid internal model michele about what's going on i don't that's how it's going to go going to be a great show schizophrenia kevin friday incident little it will say we.

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