17 Burst results for "Jamie masters"
"jamie masters" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"What's never an issue hearing this podcast. Take a screen shot of this episode tag at finding founders podcast and posted the social media of your choice. Don't forget to subscribe and rate five stars now. Back to the podcast. So my next step was go west. And i jumped in a car that sense of freedom and no clue i was gonna do and i moved sight unseen to san diego and i got an apartment that i found on craigslist. There was a block from the beach. And i set up shop and over the next few days i made. The decision was going to give a real estate of try and one thing that i was doing while i was in my car. Driving around to different real. See the point man's or real estate opportunities scouting out neighborhoods. As i would listen to podcasts. I just fell in love with the medium of podcasting. And i do that. Podcasting was something that was just going to start to traction with other people as tiny four so there. I was in san diego trying to figure things out. I'm really enjoying listening to podcasts. I feel like i'm learning a lot. And then they get a pretty interesting job. Offer to go back to maine and get into a commercial real estate firm on a partnership track. That again was like oh my god. This magnet has found me again. I'm being pulled back to this traditional career that is potentially going to be the rest of my life so i went back to maine. It's time to start a career and actually get serious about my life. But i just kept listening to podcasts. And being inspired by these podcasts and i was listening to and especially this one that was called the millionaire. Welcome to the eventual millionaire with your host jamie masters. Hey it's jamie and welcome to this twenty something year old female who is interviewing about her journey of becoming an eventual millionaire and how she wanted to learn from these billionaires how they did she could apply their lessons to her life and i was like man. I just feel like there needs to be more podcasts. That are out there like hers. In fact. I wanna find a podcast. That comes out every single day with an interview with a successful entrepreneur. Because i would listen to that podcast. So i went to find that podcast and it did not exist. I was like how can this podcast not exist. I said you know what. I'm gonna start my own podcast. It's going to be a daily podcast interview entrepreneurs. I don't know what i'm doing. So let me reach out to somebody who knows what they're doing and jamie masters who was the host of this podcast called the eventual millionaire was the first person that came to mind so on june. First of two thousand and twenty. I emailed her and.
"jamie masters" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"And you have built incredible wealth around real estate investing. Can anybody build this kind of wealth in the way that you did it and if so break it down for us absolutely so anybody can do it. I just want to preempt this answer by saying what you said earlier john. Which is is this what you want to do. Do you only wanna work that many hours you know. Is this the thing that you want to be doing. So once you decide that this is what you wanna do. Here's the one thing that i want you to really understand listeners. Real estate is the it is the most intuitive business we can have people need have housing. You know in the old days. There was the lord's and the kings. And then there were the peasants. And all the peasants wanted the land and all the lords had it and the kings spot for a right like oldest way of making money as old as valuable asset right so it's the most intuitive business that we can have however you need to have an mentor and always say to people. There are a million ways to make a million dollars in real estate so once you do the who are you exercise. Pick the one that you like. Pick your goals. Pick your strategies set your systems and then find a mentor. That can help you to make it all happen. This business doing it. This way is so. I wanna i wanna say it's easy. It's not simple. In other words it takes work. But it's easy. It's intuitive and anybody can do it fire nation. You need a mentor in for me. Like looking back over my mentors and my journey. My best mentors have always been people who are currently where i want to be so you need to find that mentor. Who's right now in that place you want to be. So for instance some people love to say. Oh if only richard branson can be my mentor. I'm like well. Listen unless you want to like run an airline right now. Which is what he's doing then he might not be the best mentor for you. Like ye defy somebody who is currently where you want to be. That's why my perfect mentor back. In two thousand twelve was jamie masters. She was a successful business. Podcast host. I wanted to become a successful business podcast host. So guess what.
"jamie masters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"B. M. For the first time the U. S has going over 1 30,000 new cases of Corona virus in a single day. And governor. Prisco says he has a grim picture too sure about Corona virus in our grim picture of the governor says, and potentially long effort ahead to get the virus under control in Illinois at the beginning of last month, we were averaging 23 deaths in Illinois. DeKoven 19 each day on average. That averages now up to 45. The number of Illinois ends in the hospital with covert 19 has more than doubled in the last month, 7538 new cases announced and 55 deaths. Steve Millar news radio 105.9. Republican Jim over Weiss's declaring victory in the 14th congressional district over the Democratic incumbent, Lauren Underwood. Underwood Cap released a statement saying over which does not call the election the voters do campaign says there are thousands of votes. I interviewed to be counted and the collar county there was some incumbent winners and losers in the election. In McHenry County, incumbent Democratic Board Chairman Jack Franks appears to have lost his bid for reelection to Republican challenger Mike Bueller. There's more than 9500 vote margin. In Will County. The Open county executive's office was won by Democrat Jennifer Bertino Tarrant over Republican Nick Vaccarello by more than 25,000 votes in Lake County Republican corner, Howard Cooper has lost to Democrat Jennifer Banik by just under 1000 votes. In Kane County. In the Open state's attorney's race Democrat Jamie Master defeated Republican Bob spends by more than 6500 votes and in the open, Kane County board chairman contest. Democrat Connie Pyra appears to have beaten Republican David record by less than 7/10 of a percent. Ernie to Boyett NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM attorney general Kwamie roles as his office is investigating. Roble calls try to discourage voters were going to the polls yesterday. As we have with previous robo calls, we'd see election related noble cause that they received in the past. We're investigating the communication with alone was partners or rolled down plays a role of robo calls used yesterday because his office is born and educated voters, he says about how to detect such calls. It is seven await time for traffic and weather together Legate sponsored by Valparaiso University. He was clearly we're going to keep talking about it as long as it's still going on, and it has been going on for five hours. This is a brush fire. It is in Indiana through Gary. It's on 25th in the vicinity of chase, So that's why you're blocked. He can use 21st through Gary. But what it has been doing is causing a pretty big headache for eastbound 80 94 travellers are still jammed. Thorns to grant because fire Department cruise to block the right lane. There. Your westbound side has cleared up entirely. And the rest of your Indiana Rose aside from 25th through Gary looking, okay, Eaton's is fine as well. Got to go on the up on Kennedy inbound 23 from Moya. That's 13 off the junction. And a couple of problems here on the I Q. Had an earlier inbound crash Harlem that is gone 36 from three nineties 23 from Mannheim Ni. Gotta installed semi in the right land at the Tri state. You quit a Mannheim, But you're 32 minutes to reach round 3. 90 Stevens is easy. 55 isn't heavy South there. Will County 53 to Weber Gotta crash in the two right lanes upon Dan Ryan 17 about his 20. 87 good. No Bishop, Ford issues Lakeshore Drive giving you the all clear both North and South. They only till we given you trouble now, North bound on the Tri city. Just low brake check as you get on to the Eisenhower. And if you are in the vicinity of Villa Park, keep in mind. Addison still block both ways at North Avenue. You've got railroad crossing repair..
"jamie masters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Over Weiss's now declaring victory of the 14th congressional district over Democratic incumbent Lauren Underwood. Minutes ago, the Underwood campaign released a statement saying. Jim over Wise doesn't get to call the election The voters do campaign says there are thousands of votes that have yet to be counted the latest results over Weiss, leading Underwood by 895 votes. They're going to be. Or it could be some new faces heading offices in collar counties, including some WHO won by beating incumbents in Kane County Republican recorder. Sandy Wegman has won re election while her Democratic daughter, Penny Wegman, has defeated incumbent Republican County Auditor Terry Hunt. Kane County chair Democrat County Pyra has beaten Republican David record by nearly 1600 votes. And in the Open state's attorney's race, Democrat Jamie Master has defeated Republican Bob Spence. DuPage County incumbent Republican Circuit Court clerk Chris Catch. Rufus appears to have lost the Democratic challenger Candice Adams, by fewer than 800 votes in Lake County in the corners race. Democrat Jennifer Banik appears to have beaten incumbent Republican Howard Cooper by just under 1000 votes, while Republican states turning Michael Nerheim has won re election over Democrat Eric Reinhardt in Will County Democrat Jennifer Bertino. Tarrant has beaten Republican Nick Pick Carella in the county executive race. Bernie to avoid NewsRadio, one of 5.9 FM and you find a complete tally of all the election results online found the link of the home page BBM these radio dot com. Public health officials say covert is spreading rapidly in the state and everyone to be tested. Whether they have symptoms or not, The virus is spreading and every region of the state is suffering from its insidious, invisible contagion. Governor Pritzker says. At the beginning of last month, the state was averaging 23 coded deaths every day. Now it's almost double that to 45 deaths a day. The director of the Illinois Department of Public Health Doctor and goes a Zika says. We are fully into a second surge with cases increasing exponentially. I think everyone should get in the habit of getting tested, whether they have symptoms or not, because with this amount Of disease in our community. It's hard to think that you could go anywhere and not potentially be exposed. The latest statewide figures 7538 new cases 55 deaths, including a woman in her thirties in Cook County. Steve Miller news radio 105.9 FM because of health concerns the prison doors swing open for some inmates today in one state more than 2000 Prison inmates are gaining their freedom today, one of the largest ever single day releases in any state. It's part of New Jersey's effort to reduce prison crowding and ease the risk of the spread of the Corona virus behind bars. Another 1000 inmates with early release credits for time served will be freed over the next few months. Steve Cave and CBS News, traffic and Weather Coming up. It's 5 30, Buzzfeed reporters Anthony Korma and Jason Leopold couldn't believe what they were seeing. Secret government documents.
"jamie masters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Says it's moving forward with one lawsuit and one recount a day after an election in which we still do not have a declared winner there, sipping Michigan over what they say has been inadequate access to accounting locations and are asking for a recount in Wisconsin. I'm Tom for President. Trump has declared premature victory, and he promises a court fight to stop. The counting of ballots that have not yet been tabulated in several key states, including Pennsylvania goal now is to ensure the integrity for the good of this nation. Joe Biden to promises a court fight to keep the count going until the hard work of Italian votes is finished, and it ain't over till every vote is counted. It's a slow go as expected in Pennsylvania when it comes to counting ballots. Secretary of State Kathy Brooke Far we said it was gonna take some time to count the mail ballots on DH. We're we're approaching 50% of the male ballots counted. It's one of five. Toss up states CBS News Special Report on that Piper. It's 1 32 as Chicago in the entire country wait to learn the outcome of the presidential election. Mayor Lori Lightfoot is talking about what happened and what is not happening in the city. Mayor Lightfoot, in a written statement, acknowledges the outcome of the presidential race is unclear. But she prays is what she does know that in her words, A near historic number of Chicagoans rose to meet this moment in an unprecedented year by casting their ballots, volunteering at polling places and making their collective voice heard. The mayor says she's heartened that the city remains calm and peaceful and she wants it to remain that way. As the election results are verified, she says, Let's channel our emotions into a productive expression of our First Amendment rights. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM. A number of incumbents in the collar counties will not be returning for another term in Kane County Republican recorder Sandy Wegman has won re election while her Democratic daughter, Penny Wegman, has defeated incumbent Republican County Auditor Harry Hunt for Kane County Chair Democrat County P. Rod has beaten Republican David record by nearly 1600 votes. And in the Open state's attorney's race, Democrat Jamie Master has defeated Republican Bob Spence DuPage County incumbent Republican Circuit Court clerk Chris Catch. Rufus appears to have lost the Democratic challenger Candice Adams, by fewer than 800 votes in Lake County in the corners race. Democrat Jennifer Banik appears to have beaten incumbent Republican Howard Cooper by just under 1000 votes, while Republican states turning Michael Nerheim has won re election over Democrat Eric Reinhardt. In Will County Democrat Jennifer Bertino. Tarrant has beaten Republican Nick Pick Carella in the county executive race. Bernie Boy, NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM, a technical glitch he's blamed for a temporary slow start in the reporting of election results in DuPage County last night, Chief deputy clerk Adam Johnson It was the interaction between our tabulation system and our results reporting on the website just transferring the data from one system to the other. Just the transfer, for some reason was not going through took about happen our tow get that resolved and get the Data uploaded to the one Johnson notes. The vote count is not as quick into page as it is in some other counties because their system is 15 years old. Evanston is considering a prohibition of drinking games like beer Pong, but its first asking Northwestern University two steppin Alderman Judy Fiske, whose Ward includes Northwestern is behind the proposal that would ban drinking games on private property. If the players Aaron View of neighbors or the public This is targeting Northwestern students in off campus housing. What happens is that you can attract 5800 or more students who not only feel the front yards, but the sidewalks and streets. Julie Johnson is supportive. We're talking about families living right next door to a houseful of 1922 year olds needed. We have neighbors on my block that have been sworn at Jeremy Veneta said A ban on drinking games would violate rights concerning Private property. For now, they're asking Northwestern to do something about it. Mike Krauser, NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM will get a check of some low gas prices, Traffic and weather together on the Aten. Dave Ross all of that, just ahead. It's 1 36 albums of all time. Kenny Rogers, the Gambler You've got Do Gambler, released in December of 1970 80 is the six studio album like Kenny Rogers selling over.
"jamie masters" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of the precincts reporting Joe Biden leading with 49.5% of the vote, while President Trump has 48.8% Meanwhile, in Michigan with 90% of the vote counted, Biden has 49.3% to Mr Trump's 49.1% Mayor Lightfoot reacting to the results or lack of them in yesterday's elections, Mayor Life put in a written statement acknowledges the outcome of the presidential race is unclear. But she prays is what she does know that in her words, A near historic number of Chicagoans rose to meet this moment in an unprecedented year by casting their ballots, volunteering at polling places and making their collective He's heard. The mayor says she's heartened that the city remains calm and peaceful and she wants it to remain that way. As the election results are verified, she says, Let's channel our emotions into a productive expression of our First Amendment rights. Craig Della more news radio 105.9 FM. Cook County State's attorney, Kim Foxx has won a second term in her victory speech. Fox didn't sugarcoat the challenges 2020 has presented. It has been difficult. But I do it because I know as a county. We are better for the tough conversations about race to continue the conversations in her second term of state's attorney and spoke about other goals in the years ahead, doubling down on our efforts to make sure that people with substance use disorder or mental health issues. Have the resource is they need in community so we can stop the de facto use of our justice system. Republican challenger Pat O'Brien held a brief lead in the race and finished in second Libertarian candidate Brian Dennehy took third Andy Day News radio 105.9 There are going to be or could be some new faces heading offices in the collar counties. They include some WHO won by beating incumbents in Kane County Republican Recorder. Sandy Wegman has won re election while her Democratic daughter Penny Wegmann has defeated incumbent Republican County Auditor Terry Hunt for Kane County Chair Democrat County period has beaten Republican David record by nearly 1600 votes. And in the open state's attorney's race, Democrat Jamie Master has defeated Republican Bob Spence into Page County incumbent Republican Circuit Court clerk Chris Catch. Rufus appears to have lost The Democratic challenger Candice Adams by fewer than 800 votes in Lake County in the corners race, Democrat Jennifer Banik appears to have beaten incumbent Republican Howard Cooper by just under 1000 votes, while Republican states turning Michael Nerheim has won re election over Democrat Eric Reinhardt in Will County Democrat Jennifer Bertino. Tarrant has beaten Republican Nick Pick Carella in the county executive race. Bernie to avoid NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM WCBM news time. Eight traffic and weather together on the AIDS sponsored by Rosecrans Health Network. Here's Boat Iran. Cisco Delays are easing Up on Lake Shore Drive following an earlier boat run that is going down the Chicago River. We had the bridge over the Chicago River raised on Lake Shore Drive. That bridge is back in the down position. Traffic is getting over. We're still seeing delays North bound on the drive through Grand Park South bound Still seeing heavy traffic out of the ocean curve down about Navy pier, But traffic is now getting through on the bridge over the Chicago River on Lake Shore Drive. Once again, this boat run making its way down the main branch. The river down between Columbus and Michigan Avenue at this point expected lays on those bridges over the river on the main branch. Until the boat gets down. 12 point we'll head down the south branch of the river. Throughout the next couple of hours on the Eisenhower Expressway. We still have some really heavy traffic on the in bound side jammed up past the tristate 25th Avenue, where crash investigation still blocks the two right lanes. It's 40 minutes from round 3 90 into downtown 19 and from Mannheim, 21 to Mannheim 34 minutes out around 3 93. Eden's inbound slow before Dundee because a report of a crash no outbound delays, though Kennedy inbound still Randolph to the burning her changeup, bounds looking good. No. Stevenson delays to report Damn right inbound Heavy before Cermak up to Roosevelt 20 minutes 95th into downtown happen on the Ryan Still out of the burn interchange down to Roosevelt. That's a 17 minute trip out to the split 57 in the Bishop Porter both moving at the speed limit on the tri state tollway north and heavy on the ramp to the 2 90 No South bound delays, Though the Jane Adams the Reagan and 3 55 hallways, all good route 53 is clear. I 80 is delay free 80 94 westbound yourself from 65. Before counting that, because a pothole patching in the two left lanes eastbound 80 94 slow from Cal, you meant to Kennedy Avenue on I 65 in the Indiana Toll road. We're looking pretty good, but you still have an issue in Morton Grove started say Dempster's closed nearly high until Friday evening for repairs. The metre crossing their use opener Golf Road instead. And in Villa Park. Addison blocked both direction south of North Avenue because of construction at the railroad crossing until Monday, November 16th surround the next week and a half. But when he's Ardmore instead, next traffic report.
"jamie masters" Discussed on CATtales
"Getting all these nice little gifts given to you somewhere from the wherever they can be taught at the University of the Bride. Who knows. Yeah. I think I think some people you know, and it's not just music. It could be in any Walk of Life, you know, some people are a good choice some things and just just naturally it comes to them, you know, like a scratch my head sometimes when someone is doing something I can tell they do that, you know, and they're just people have the reverse This conversation with me. How did you do that? You know well for me, it was easy. Yeah of chat put in a car back together that was easy for him for me. I would know what other told to do. You know, it's so different easy. How to do it, isn't it? So it's yeah that easy. I know I know exactly what you meeting. So what did with a good to get back on stage then, you know the first time for all these months and there you are and how did it feel Mister Bell must have been wonderful. It was honestly wonderful. It was great. It was great. And like I said earlier, you know, knowing that you know in that particular menu, they had actually paid to come and see you. Yeah, she's always you know, it might it made it special and only that it was really the first of that type of big-eyed down as well. I'm glad I actually did it with with some with somebody rather than normal, you know, because it was although it's not the band. It's like it's that camaraderie there and I think and I think well off. Calling is based actually said to me, you know as much as he loves the music he does miss that camaraderie of going out cuz I mean to be honest with you, even if we didn't even if we got to the venue. She didn't plan oat it'll be disappointing. But in that sort of Assam standing hotels and things we've had a real blast with this new line-up. We've had so many laughs, you know, that place like in moments, you know, either cuz we all get on so well and I think we've all found having played in different bands. I think we've all felt at this moment in time. We've never actually been in the band collectively where everyone's got on so well and had so many laughs though, isn't it? You've got to get on together. Haven't you it's like a little family at the end of the day, isn't it very much. Is it very much is and I don't know. I only had a conversation with a inverted commas fan the other day said to me, you know, we've been coming to see you for however many years it was and he said, I love coming to your gigs you said because we meet so many other fans who've been following U for sometime and it's like a stray family. In fact, we at different times we've had groups of them along and they start chanting stray Army, you know, there is something else, you know, and I've had because you know, I'm with the band name for so long, you know, we've had wage would come up and tell you, you know, we met at one of your gigs or I decided to take my nail wife to one of your shows and we've been together ever since we've been together for two years or something birthday and different people tell me different stories, you know about my my dad's I had a couple of recently actually and none of us are getting any younger but one shop in particular his dad was a huge fan of you to come and see the show we were going to be doing in minehead in the air and he got killed on his motorbike and the son found me out and he you know, he said, you know, he dead. He really would love to have been there. He's followed you everywhere. And but it's it's on a on a happier note. It's nice. It's quite humbling to think you've been almost like a wallpaper of somebody's life as well as as well as as well as just being you know throw away a piece of music or a gig somewhere. You've actually meant your songs or whatever. It meant so much to people talk a little more little more songs are about all about things. I don't try to get political particularly, but it's things that perhaps people can relate to or just or just even like a a fictional story which month. So typical the particular they'll buds a little bit, you know, but I know exactly what you mean, but it's good to be able to influence or have some influence on people's lives, isn't it? And that's that's what you're able to do with your music and that's yeah that's special so special. Well, it is particularly is that was probably the last thing on my mind when I started playing playing a game Tell I mean I started planning to get selling out about eleven or twelve years old and almost almost almost immediately. I would say Obviously like everybody else you kind of try and copy what you're hearing but virtually straight away wage written the song one of the first things I did was right at some so I think that was always in me to start with and when I first very first film the band the band really I yes, I wanted to play music but obviously even wage as well as fourteen fifteen year-old. I was I wanted to use it as a tool to write my songs, right and and I think it's always been there that that's as you say, I never even considered it how it would affect other people I suppose. It's very much a self-centered. This is what I'm going to do, right and then there's time goes on you, you know, you get talking to people you create or develop a fan base and you get these conflicts come back from. Which is a bit. It's a bit mind-blowing actually that you meant so much but then I think but then I think back at music that's meant means a lot to me as well and I am You have to sort of set yourself and had a bit. Sometimes I hang on a minute. You've got songs that especially to you for some reason or or take you back in time somewhere, you know, so I guess it follows you just you just don't always realize it. Yeah, just take you for granted. Now, you're right don't take it for granted at all. And and what I would have really enjoyed listening to you. It's saying how that Journey has developed and you know, you mentioned earlier about white feather being, you know, one of your best albums or considered now one of your best albums. Yes, you mean why why do you think that's considered that now boss has happened was changed, you know, or why I don't I honestly don't know it's it's really with that album. It was there was a lots of things. I need to get out of my get off my chest musically. There was a couple of songs on the album one would two of them. Were they go back nearly sort of fifty years to us 1968 when I log, These two songs one song I wrote at the time because there's a seventeen-year-old who was then I was younger than that then in fact, but I was writing I was actually writing a children's book. That's why I was writing about which never got finished and never got published because the ban became too busy, you know, we got our first recording contract and Publishing deal and in nineteen seventy by nineteen sixty nine we were and it continued for many many years after that being probably one of the busiest bands on the road in the UK. So I never had time to do anything and Jennifer spoke with one particular song was called Genevieve, which was the the female lead character in the book. I was writing right so I had so I had the song stray never actually got round to recorded it because we had so many songs as was the other song which I recorded on on the right side of the album another song called life which stray actually did play in the set. But we had so many songs that when he actually got to record Thursday, Album that one didn't get included. And of course as time as time rolled on we wrote more songs different ones solos got left on the back burner. So they were two songs. I really belong in and I just kept him for ages and ages and I worked with Jamie Masters at Echo Studios other side of backing him and I knew when as soon as I started working with him, he was on the same the same sort of mindset as many of how the things should sound and and I wanted the song life to be a little bit big lie. I am hands up sort of Faith written around nineteen sixty. So once it says sound like it was maybe something from the area it could have been on Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys or Sergeant Pepper or something like that. You know, that's I want you to get that filled wage color and Jamie was the man who helped me do that..
"jamie masters" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Up Thursday that what we were going to have for thanksgiving dinner is route Rick plants like sweet potatoes what she just made the trip down there yeah thank you pick up sweet potatoes thanksgiving dinner Kinect is having root vegetables we know how much he'd love sweet potatoes ha ha I've handled way way way back when the way yeah in my mom's mom my grandmother would slice the size I never forget it and they were in a casserole but they were almost like a a syrupy mom Sarah pal Linda makes sense there were and how they did it but I mean these were like almost like a discharge around that's why I like but I don't like really just a mushy sweet potato what makes it had when it goes something where it's just it's almost like a baked potato yeah yeah and you can put the onion and may not no I don't like a but and rounds yeah in a just going to eat it like a like a baked potato but I kinda like weather caramelized yeah that too you know where they got this start okay was there to give one sweet potatoes and yeah you know I think they're the same because I like yeah helps like favorite days I don't know which one is which but hello million the thing with thanksgiving dinner ease you know you take your plate up and you can't overlook the plate at one time now did you just can't beat the purpose you got to get a little bit of everything all that well a little bit as much as you can during first trip right and did a little bit of everything else that you didn't get a last second trial in the third one is more of the things you liked on both now and in the third one is your own the couch you know you're out for that and still haven't had the desert no lower know what they are you too much I can't determine that when I eat and I can eat dessert now I know it's a good trade off and away yeah I believe the phone now I'll enjoy eating thanksgiving dinner hi but it what about we're gonna have balls for thanksgiving dinner that's right because you know the old adage around here is typically you can get your bulbs in the ground around thanksgiving and all they mean by that is they want the sole temperatures to be a little cool and they want him to stay cool after you put your bulbs in the ground you don't put it in the ground and then we get two months of ninety degree temperatures are they'll tease themselves out of that one not going to happen so whether you're planning tulips are daffodils north Cisse's job you know your crocus all the other minor Bob Hoskins this is a perfect time a year to get those bulbs in the ground keep in mind that most bulbs that you plant data come back year after year a lot of those balls even multiplatform yeah you know what we say is typically the bulbs that don't come back year after year are the tulips but that's okay because honestly there is and I've said this a million times is nothing out there that looks like it to look other than the two of them and they are worth putting in the ground hi is one of those things where you look in the spring when they're all blooming in your thinking man I wish I would have done that last fall yeah yeah free time dance now is the time to get him in the ground and you not been talking about this for eighteen twenty years is if you've got pain sees out there which a lot of people do whether they're in containers whether they're in a bad incorporate some of those two lips in those pains he bads in explaining when the pains is are in full bloom and in those two look start bloomin and those that combination of those two there's not a better locum talent is beautiful we planted tulips this Tom in clumps much closer together and we put them in well we had two lips daffodils missed gari snowdrops builder do you all on that you just made the other one is Scarry snowdrops daffodils let's go Jones silly as yeah all of them minor bowl is well and so we would play we planted like all them is Scarry in one area about twenty twenty bowl which is a great concert income is that they can in blue and white yeah and their their dainty pretty come up early spring and you know who I've seen them go here they're here there but but in our yards mass looks much better and Dutch iris that was when we planted to put them all in a spot by themselves and did a clump of tulips over here and then a clump of the snow drops kind of mass it to their environment to put him around various areas daffodils so you know we we did clumps also in different ones out there yeah so it's going to be and then like right now you have no idea those things are in the ground bring you will hold a promise it did another fun thing are the ones that bloom indoors the bulbs up women doors we've got some of the you know the wax coated amaryllis in other just regular amaryllis kids but the wax coated amaryllis is an amaryllis ball this been dipped in wax and all you do is take this waxed amabilis out of the box and you just set it on the table okay no water no move do you know what putting so nothing in that same washed blue bits head off okay is it is really something to see in telling and they look great and then of course the paper white narcissus by that are you know what you're putting those and soul of what you put him in a ball which is a rock and water you know they'll love have that the real pretty fragrant white bloom indoors sign in there does to to me are the easiest the paper white narcissus anti amaryllis of any type because you don't have to pre chillum to get him to blame inside you know Hey I have to give it and special alert announcement there is a difference between sweet potato versus jam but did not know that Jan Childress Jamie master gardeners wife we should know Jan buyout Dan farmer master gardeners wife how funny okay so the a potato smooth large thin skinned him yes ma'am rough brown scaly skin good rather have the sweet potato now what you just so I know sweet potato orange white or purple flash sweet are yams is white flesh sweet potatoes short and blocky with tapered ends jams long and fender coal cylindrical with toes yes but I've heard candy Galeton always thought that was sweet potato yeah so many of yeah well okay sweet but they must be because sweet potatoes moist and sweet the yam is drawn Starkey US sweet potatoes grown United States yams are imported from the carribean say that kind of high level sweet potato edible park called route the yam edible park called tuber and that's from the Mississippi state well I guess so is so all this you know when you hear the word candied yams I was probably eating sweet potatoes so sure or you could be eaten yams and they put a lot of stuff in it to make it taste like a sweet potato why would you do that hello this is important because thanksgiving is coming up and this needs to be clarified and nothing's coming up real quick and one thing only is course Christmas up you know we'll have cut Christmas trees that damn west really muddy you know available on anywhere from you know probably five to six all the way up to you know ten and up you know and every size in between but to cut Christmas trees and the reason I'm bringing this up is you know this year is not to be so bad because thanksgiving is a little later than it was last year and last year you know people were getting the trees the cut Christmas trees died in their house really sooner than I would light up because of the heat in the house for a year yeah I like them are you know people do it anyway but what we're saying is if you do buy cut Christmas tree is you wanna make a nice fresh cut up before you take it in the house if you really want that fresh cut to be in water we within three hours you know but you wanna do before it starts to Callas back over because it is important Gaspard these trees to take up a lot of moisture in the stay moist while they are in our homes now of course you're gonna have some needle drop in there are going to try out eventually about you know this year I don't feel quite as bad with people put in me and around thanksgiving because there again thanks give us a week later than it was last year but likes to just make sure there's a good fresh cut on the bottom of that Christmas tree before you take it indoors and make sure you get it in water within about three hours of you making that good fresh cut data that is always important because I do remember so many times for Christmas tree was had dried out and they were frustrated only to find out all that it was tied at the garden center but not taken in the house or even put one yeah so it just hill that.
"jamie masters" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Differentâ„¢
"To every question every decision and most importantly every action checkout s._p. L. u. n. k. dot com and tell him lockhead sent you and the good folks at oracle net sweet wanna help turbocharged the growth of your business and as a listener to this odd cast their offering you a free one hour growth review with an expert in your industry so why not go go to net sweet dot com slash different and set up your growth review today. That's net sweet dot com slash different on this episode jamie masters. She is an entrepreneurial coach and podcasting pioneer and i think she's awesome. She's the host of the eventual millionaire podcast which is insanely popular ocular and <hes>. You know i gotta tell you. Jamie was one of the very first people <hes> who was sort of a superstar in the podcast world to welcome me into her world will bring me on her podcast. Shortly after my first book play bigger came out and you don't just generally being helpful and wonderful and so i have real affection for her not just for what she does but because of how she's been to being we have a fun insightful impractical conversation about how to be a legendary entrepreneur on and this episode is a special opportunity to go deep with a gal who is compelling engaging in wise. You may also enjoy the part of our conversation. Where are we talk about. How jamie's kids are going to entrepreneur school. Checkout lockhead dot com for the show notes on this episode and key takeaways and now hey ho let's go.
"jamie masters" Discussed on Smart Passive Income
"You're always on the forefront of these things somehow and and you kill it and you share this information openly with us so that we can benefit from it too. It's happened with the content audit back in episode two hundred and here you are back again with cutting edge stuff. You know it's it's interesting because on one hand it is cutting edge because it's new and it's different but on the other hand it's it's not like a brand new technology that came out now or you know we often considered cutting edge like something unknown that has never been discovered before the the opportunity to do. This always been there. It's just we're starting to see this is it's not just google wants but what will actually make for a better experience for our audience and you're seeing it and the results with the testimonials that you're having people who are taking your courses to the test to the two hundred twenty reviews that you have on your. How much money do i need to retire book to just how often your articles get shared and how people talk about you now in the financial industry. It's just been really amazing to see you grow wpro because i remember the first time we met. I think it was two thousand eleven in schaumburg illinois at incon- and you were just starting out in the online space you has your a practice that you were helping people and coaching for a very long time and to see you start to put yourself online and really kill it and come up with these new strategies is that are that are working for not just you but for everybody it's just it's just awesome to see and i'm just so honored that unite have been able to chat with each other for so long our mastermind group together along with you know jamie masters and really and <hes> shawn stevenson and just so many great people. I'm just it's an honor to have you on the show again. Have you share the stuff and it's the direction. I'm headed to much better content a better experience and that's what it's all about thank you. It's really nice here and i you know the feelings mutual. It's been an honor being the group with everybody as well and we all learn from meech other you know. I think it's a great time to be in this business. You know i've been out awhile. We've been in here and the early days there was all kinds of google gaming and there was all kinds of have you know different strategies that were on the up and up but actually worked and all this stuff and i think it's a great time to be in the business because it really is about serving people it is about putting <music> out quality and about being the best.
"jamie masters" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"Hello. And welcome back to another episode of beyond the to do list. I'm your host Eric Fisher. This is the show where I talked to the people behind the productivity this week. I'm thrilled to bring back to the show, Jamie masters. We had a great time, the first time this time was even more fun as you'll be able to tell by listening to this high energy conversation that we had, we kicked off actually reviewing something that we talked about in the last episode. She was on which was this protocol. She uses called the absolute yes. And you know when you talk about productivity you hear a lot of people talking about how important it is to say no to things. And I know that sounds kind of commonsense and kind of moment. But there's definitely something interesting to be said.
"jamie masters" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Courses and sell them online with webinars. This was always my goal. However, I had no idea how to do it myself. And I sure as heck didn't have an audience and so in order to make money I started doing consulting one on one work for social media for small businesses and I- fricken hated every minute of it. I I built a business that I absolutely did not love. But I did it for two years because I needed to make some money, and I was bound in determined not to have to go back to corporate. Well, the good thing is when I was in the trenches, I learned a lot about my audience what they needed what they wanted and all that good stuff. And so I paid attention. And I decided, okay. That's it. I'm creating my first digital course. I'm miserable. Doing this consulting work. I wanted different type of business model. So I created my first. So it was something called like the simple social media formula. I think that was the exact title, and I worked my tail off to create this course, and the day. I remember like it was yesterday was in my bedroom. I was still working from bed. Like a true entrepreneur. I was in bed typing away putting out the Email to let my audience. No, I had something amazing to share with them put it out into the world in. It was crickets, I mean, crickets, and I was devastated. And the reason for that is that I didn't do any work to find my audience and nurture my audience and grow my Email list. So the biggest fear and most people have is what if nobody buys? My course. Number one. I've already lived that experience. Nobody bought my course, number two. It can be totally sidestepped if you just slowly methodically start building your Email list. If you put a freebie out there and every week you put a little time and effort. In love into finding your audience and getting them to sign up for your Email list. If you do a little at a time when you're ready to finally launch. Your course, you will have an audience to launch to and if you're paying attention to what they're telling you, they'll tell you what type, of course, they want you to create its that list building that you just gotta make an effort, and you will have an audience to market to I didn't in. So that's why it was crickets fire nation. It is so important to just recognize the fact that we are all standing on the shoulders of giants when I launched my podcast back in two thousand twelve I didn't know what the heck I was doing. What did I do? I wanted found a successful business podcast host Jamie masters of eventual millionaire I hired her. She mentored me. She actually introduced me the people like Amy and Pat and Derek Halpern back in the first ever conference. I went blog world New York City two thousand twelve like it was crazy experience for me to be there. And be like, wow. Like, I would literally just be. An attendee here. But now I've invested in myself, I'm learning from Jamie. She's introducing people. This.
"jamie masters" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income
"You talk about it in a way and use the same languages that niche so that they really begin to understand that you are the solution for that because if you can understand and show that you understand using the same language is just kind of an obvious end of that conversation is. Oh, yeah. I want to work with you. And I always tell people to its, don't worry about the numbers, and I think you say this all the time. Like I always joke with people. Look, Sara, Blakely of spanks. All she needed was one that one listener was Oprah. Right? And so we always look at people with these huge numbers, and I think people get a little discouraged when they do their podcast and they think that it's going to happen overnight. Like one of our mutual friends like Jamie tardy, or Jamie masters now. Right. I think she did her podcast for nine months and was about to quit and just hung in there, and then things just clicked for her and things changed and that built up her memo. I mean, I built this whole business off my podcast because of listening to your podcasts. I was like, I don't even know what a podcast was. Literally. I was like, what is this podcast thing? Because I was watching your podcast like on the website, not even over the phone. And it was like, you know, you can listen to it on your iphone. Mike, really. I was like, that's cool. I should by the way guys if you're listening to this on my website like you should subscribe. So you can put it on your device. Thank you. Thank you for that one to Jason. But you know moving onto something else. I think a lot of people who start to grow a business, like an agency kind of get into this sort of rhythm of higher and get more clients in higher, get more clients. Like I've seen people fall off the rails because it just grows too big too fast. How would you help people understand kind of growth pacing and what's too big? How do you begin to even discover what that is before you even get started? It's really about the systems that you set up and really the first system I talked about was clarity giving them that that that power in order to make a decision. But the other ones is making sure that you have systems for sales. You have systems for delivery and standard operating procedures, and when you hire people, and when you're doing the budgeting or even starting back in the very beginning, when you're doing your pricing for your. Your services that you're actually providing, assuming a year out who are the people that you need to hire? Look, I always tell everybody. Everybody comes to me. They're like, hey, my profitability. Like they tell me their gross revenue. Mike, I don't care about your gross revenue. I knew a lot of ten million hundred million dollar agencies that make zero, so that's not good. So what is your profitability margin? And they say, oh, it's fifteen, twenty percent. I'm like, okay, Dino the service based beer all the service based companies in the US based on the service bureau is around thirty two percent. That's the average. So you're way below the average. So let's focus on profitability. Then what we need to do is factor in all these people I need to hire, let's factor them in like we already have them. So now we can price our services at the right time, the right price. So when we do bring them in, we're still at a profitability range because a lot of people get, let's say, the million to million Mark. They hit a ceiling and then they're like, man, I'm making less..
"jamie masters" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"Welcome to the wellness business podcast simple strategies to cut through the online noise to fasttrack the growth of new wellness business with karen paddock and kathleen legris well hey hey every one is karen paddock welcome to another episode of the wellness business broadcast i'm here with the amazing kathleen legris hey kathleen how's it going is going fantastic actually i do have a little bit of a cold today so i'm going to try and you know elevate my my my man moi's did okay listen i'm going to be seeing you in two days i'm coming the la to hang out with you and go door mastermind i need you to get well i do now fly hit a kept we sick girl i will be on it yeah and other than being very excited about seeing you i think this is this is the first like inperson mastermind i'm joining is that the first one for you to uh no actually i was in jamie master as fast now this is guys this is not our personal mastermind this is actually a mastermind that kathleen and i paid to attend it's a one day event and apparently kathleen's burst mastermind i'm excited and we are going to be covering the topic of masterminds here gosh in the next few weeks 'cause we do get a lot of questions about at will we know what are you cover and when you do when having a structure it so um let us know what questions you have about apps so we can make sure that we do include doubt when we do cover that topic definitely and before we jump into today's topic of how to launch obeyed a program kathleen i just wanna take a minute to i guess just acknowledge all of our listeners because you and i consistently gatt contact forms on our website and emails and social media post than private messages from so many of our listeners that joss thank us on a consistent basis and honestly we just want to make sure that you guys know that the banking and the gratitude and the appreciation goes both ways um you know kathleen and i.
"jamie masters" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"And something i sort of aspire to want to wonder about doing after a bunch of interesting work pitching some other organizers i'm going to be at the wonderful ted ex beacon street in november and one of the ted exseattle events in november so i'm very excited about that rightfully so and fire nation this is actually learning point that i kinda want to jump on here run invested in himself he's already successful entrepreneur he's a great coach he's doing all the right things but he invested it himself and i remember a couple of years ago i was thinking you know i have a mentor i toggle mentors all the time and i've had them in the past plenty you know jamie masters four podcasting lewis howes webinars i've always invested in myself and i was thinking about taking up this one mentor and it was twelve thousand dollars it was not achieve investment i was thinking you know i can't afford this technically but i mean that's a lot of money and i remember the the peace of feedback igf 1 of my peers was like do you ever want to be able to charge twelve thousand dollars from coaching and i said well yeah that'd be great well how can you as an individual ever charged that if you're even willing to pay that for your own cell for your own education for your own meant worship and i was like tests trivial in finance and that's why you need to be able willing to invest in yourself if you wants to have these people invest in you down the line so great piece of feedback on that rogge leisure excited about that and fire nation value bombs had been dropped more coming in the late new round which will be getting too we get back from thinking our sponsors.
"jamie masters" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE
"From that random house reached out and said we would like to turn this into a book and so faster than normal using the secrets of the age bringing to improve your productivity success and creativity washes tober third and i could not be more happy because this is the first time the business books i've i've written five books the four them are business works and that's great but this is a book that is helping people and i see that every day on the podcast and i don't think there's much like what you do i don't think there's anything better in the world and getting enough influences hey you help me or are you made me realise that i'm not broken or hey you made me realise that whatever one thinks is crazy that i do is actually okay and that sort of changed my life amazing staff in fire nation if you're listening to this the dea goes live it's october force two thousand seventeen so go out and make sure that you snag this book because it is an incredible read east as you see the content the pete has been pressing now for years on this topic absolutely phenomenal and i can do a little bit of reveal right now fire nation or pre in view chat peter was actually very kind to thank me for moving some things around and are scheduled to get this interview out on the right time the rate deepen i wouldn't turn it back when you now publicly peter and say back in 2012 so five years ago over 1800 in now 65 asu ago i hired and amisi mentor jamie masters i join the freedoms grass mastermind for podcasting these are the best of the best people at the time and they told me amongst many of the people john you can't do a daily podcast is not enough people to the nearly podcast i validated the idea for entrepreneurs on fire by going to hero help reporter out in posted.
"jamie masters" Discussed on The Art of Charm
"Of allowed me to build though sissons in on a nation's that said hey i like i can actually do ideally podcast but build a business too because joined there's that's what a lot of people are telling me when i washed i'm not sure what you're hearing does you've been around at this significantly long and i have been they're saying john you can't monetized a podcast directly so if you do a daily podcast doesn't take of all of your time right it's is pockrass themselves can't make money how you can to make money and this is by the way this is cliff famous crashed this is jamie masters of the hash man he's are the top podcast mentors telling me these things and so i was like wow i should probably listen to them in the least do a deeper dive into you know how true this cannon and this and it did bring up some red flags yeah i mean it and it's so funny because my wild nobody even knew it a podcast was including me when we started it was brett they're shows that the show that were around that hammer like i think we'll the port a couple of others that still exist everything else is just done i mean it was all i remember when i tunes got cover art live like oh you can add an image to your show this is awesome this is really cool gotta for it was just the podcast symbol like it was just a and it was a list it was it was ot ugly to say well yeah but so known a starter for that you what what's it like though having people in this is totally ten gentille a topic of nine in a way that what's it like having the responsibility but literal life in death responsibility if you're trying to cordoned off a town and i rack are you i mean i talk about checking it work at what what is it what are you feeling in the moment real like alcott i hope nobody dies because i was just had a brain far i mean that sounds i don't want that level of responsibility yeah.