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"jeff davis" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast

Rick and Morty Podcast

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast

"He was in knives out as as a kid. He was also in the new stephen king. Adaptation of it is plays a bill denver. Oh yeah yeah. He also plays a character in an apple. Tv series with chris evans It's called like defending jacob or something like that and he is the titular character The son of a lawyer who is accused of murder or something like that so Really great series. And the only thing that i actually knew this actor from But i was like. Why do i know this kid. I totally recognize them and it was from the apple. Tv series so. Check it out if you have apple. Tv if you don't you're missing out on ted lasso anyway fit lasso. Just just wait. We got so much the fact about apathetic zaza whenever we start producing that show real real real quick. Aside on the live action ad bumps tie this into real quick the Us read it posted the week. The red it posts of the week is all three of these videos. basically I sixty two thousand up. Votes by maureen fifteen posting lincoln video followed by the pickle one Also by maury man. And then the third. One hundred years morty up by tasty biscuit Interesting the reports the user reports on the first video here melissa out user reports. It's promoting hate based on identity or 'vulnerability just linked to source wisest uploaded to be. Read it one. No one it's targeted harassment at someone else won cringe and then it's sexual or suggestive content involving minors. So these are your these are read at reports for the rest of the week brought to you by commodity it. Thank you thank you guys for for not banning me from being the moderator. Okay well let let's. Let's move on in semipermanent news again. We got we got a lot of stuff. This is a two part episode But we're only doing the semi-permanent news for this one from our from our patriots fan from old nicholas charles. He mentioned this to us a couple of weeks back in we hadn't had an episode since then so it was actually fortunate from that but he writes on the most recent episode of that happens. Which is A podcast with spencer crittenden and What's his what's his name Jeff davis fbi. Jeff davis davis So he said Which i caught on the live stream of shrub video yesterday producer. Kevin day asked jeff whether he was the inspiration for mr nimbus as some raiders had been speculating. He said they had no idea but certainly identified with the character and basically he'd be flattered if the research an intentional resemblance only only semi permanent. Show shooting it out about That happens jeff. Jeff davis being honored Potentially being mr nimbus yeah. And i mean i think there are a lot of similarities between jeff. Davis you know and mr nimbus They're both tall slender individuals Both of them control the police. So yeah. I think i you know there there could be there there definitely could be a similarity there At jeff davis wears suits all the time. Mr nimbus is a fancy fellow..

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"jeff davis" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Pink bowls of cereal. I meaning they only. I got fat from eating cereal by karen. Ansley a magnificent album. Check her out. She's on spotify with us here. Today is a brilliant human being you probably know from harmon townies writer on rick. And morty. you're a fan of the creepshow movie than you must watch his episodes of creepshow on shudder. Everybody please welcome to the h. Rob shaab it's rob Thank you so much man. I'm sorry i can't. I hated having to move that around. I'm so glad to see you. It's really no big deal. Mean like i'm in. I'm in between seasons on rick. And morty right now so schedule is pretty open. I'm just kind of like working on The new house and trying to write of features script Helping out kate with scripts and stuff. But so my schedule's pretty pretty liquid plenty fluid. Is this the first house you've ever owned. Yes this is. I lived in an apartment. Since like i moved here moved out to los angeles from wisconsin in nineteen ninety eight with harmon drove him my honda civic cross country And lived lived in a house together on norton norton. Over by koreatown. Sure yeah okay. So who are over there. And that's what we came up with monster house and then out and then And then i moved into. Jeff davis our mutual friend. Jeff davis's jeff. Brian davis old apart. Wow and i stayed there from ninety nine till like this may last may and so it was there longer. It's weird. i lived there longer than any place in my life. even like growing up in mayvale wisconsin. Like you know moved out when i was eighteen. So is there like twenty years twenty one years maybe over the pandemic. That did did it like because i was like. I can't because you at the beginning we really. I don't know this could be it. And i'm like i don't wanna die in this apartment. I always gonna move. And i kept putting up putting it off putting it off and finally we. We were shopping around found his great old school. Like one thousand nine hundred eighties house that is just. It's just gorgeous. It's it looks like it. Looks like something out of like either. Et or the poltergeist. Man that apart that apartment you had though was it that i could see how that was a complete like honey trap like you would never want leave. 'cause bloom people said you go there. And it's like the All the couches cushy. And you know it's like you know candle and it was. It was a definite like very very comfort place. But i mean it was. It was huge. It was a big place and the rent was like controlled so my rent and go up for like about ten fifteen years so it was in his only parking space had to share like washing machines and stuff like that and just he's just like a little too old to share a dryer. Oh i didn't realize you're sharing dryer. Man yeah yeah. That's fucked up. Yeah because you know. I'm the one like i. By the way i think he does i. I we bought our first house too. So we're both new homeowners. When did you move now now. Sorry like it's like one day..

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"jeff davis" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Know you want to social distance this year. Court. Or make cards designed cards with your kids, you know, around the dining room table. Um, if you're used to going on a family trip, you know Florida or, you know, to Europe or wherever you go this year, it's going to be maybe you take a winter wonder walk and you go to the next town. Will you take the car and you drive two towns over and everybody gets out and take pictures? And you? You noticed the sights sounds and smells, but you're going toe. War a new place, but it's not going to be going on a plane necessarily to a new place. In terms of cooking and food. Please remember to cook the wonderful food you usually Cook and serve with family and friends. But Fear you're probably going to be doing it more on zoom or face time. But you definitely want to make sure that those foods and smells are all on your kitchen and Amazon. I mean, I might not be the biggest fan of Jeff Davis. But Amazon is a wonderful thing. If you want to send some small, meaningful presence without going have to, you know, having to go to the stores or having to show up at someone's house? Yeah. And those of my thoughts and what what are you going to be doing in terms of rituals and 10 poll? That's that's a good question. You know, in the The other side of this that we didn't even measure is especially for people of faith. There's so many rituals and traditions involved in you know a Christmas Eve service, or, you know things that would apply if your observer of Hanukkah and other things and I think that for us The advent calendars of big one. We opened it last night as a matter of fact and starting it through, So we're going.

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Using YouTube To Build A Brand

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:55 min | 1 year ago

Using YouTube To Build A Brand

"Over the past several years the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for small business owners sales professionals business leaders of all kinds and that is really because of the guests. These are people who have expertise in a particular area of business and they join me to share their expertise with all of you that way. You can get the answers you need. You can Find out who's out there who's really talented and good at what they do. See connect with them. See what books worksheets. You name it. There there's all sorts of good coming out of this hide. Cast instate is no different. I guess today is jeff davis. Jeff is the founder and ceo of maglio inc. A venture backed creative and media analytics agency famous for building brands on youtube with capabilities to also originate co create and validate new brands. Thanks so much for joining me today jess and it's a pleasure to be with you. It is a pleasure to have you here. And we're gonna be talking about youtube which i have to tell you is such an interesting topic for me because it's one of those things that i play with but i'm not really sure that i am doing what i could be doing to really maximize it so while i know the listeners of this i'm looking forward to getting a lot out of it as how fun. Yeah the one thing that Is been you know since my departure from procter and gamble. We spent more than a decade now on the youtube platform. So it's it's kind of ironic that it's been you know at that platform. You launched in in two thousand six is now quite an old platform. I honestly but still one that i think has major impact for how you create awareness and trump for products. So i look forward to talk to you. Yeah definitely and and you know what everyone says is video is the thing and so while youtube has been around it and my understanding. Is that for the longest time. Youtube has been like the second most searched site on the internet after google. That's correct that's that is still a factor that the second most used search engine people don't get that is youtube behind of course google and all of owned by google And so what. I like to say if you don't have at least a channel if you don't have some content that is searchable with the right words etc you're foregoing the second most you search engine in the world crazy crazy and and i think people might have sort of grown up with this idea that unless you're doing a how to video or sh showing someone had a take a washing machine apart and put it back together. Which is what. My husband uses it for That you don't need to be there but that's not really true anymore. Yeah definitely not in fact if you take a look at the most significant growing trends I haven't seen this now for for for a few months but but it's probably still holds true. You know how to videos are a major growing piece All of several categories including beauty and and skin care and all of that those are major categories and then if you look at the educational components and educational being a very broad topic but if you just take a look at khan academy or or the number of sites on there that are just geared for educational learning. I joke around. You could get from from youtube and it would be more valuable than a than a stanford or harvard degree because the content is so incredibly rich. Yeah that's interesting. I think you're probably right about that. Because it's practitioners teaching what they now. So you're getting it from the horse's mouth so to seek yes exactly yeah okay So what do you think is the biggest mistake that business owners make when they're building a brand on youtube that's actually an easy one and Ended up being one. That has been the case for some time. People are starting to figure this out but one of the biggest mistakes you can make is having content designed for another platform even another digital platform. Instagram facebook video. And that's done just assuming that. Oh you can just repurpose that to youtube. And the reason why i say that is that in general we found we were one of the first Consumer products so one of the famous parts of my story you know having served a couple of decades at proctor and gamble and then leaving and then joining the startup world and my first company was a company called or brush inc a or brush tongue cleaner. And it was this crazy cool product. That was patented from dr bob wag staff and he had tried to sell it to png and he had tried to license it to johnson johnson and it was was a tongue scraper. Ninety percent of bad breath comes from bacteria on your tongue and he had created a really great product t to remove bacteria from the tongue and he had tried to go about it. marketing it With traditional means one of his last failed efforts was a was an infomercial where it just failed miserably. And he ended up meeting with a couple of young guys. Here in lake city utah. Jeff harmon and And neil harmon and jeff was just one of these guys. That really wasn't early guy on youtube and was doing all new. All these insights and outs and And so we ended up launching this product on youtube. I was the angel investor and eventual. Ceo of or brush and the cool story about war shits in two thousand seventeen youtube. Recognize the ten most iconic admiral moments on youtube from the two thousand five launch of youtube and brush was one of those ten. You would've done. You may not have recognized or brush but you would recognize the other nine it was it was always like a girl. Campaign was the jeff gordon. Pepsi campaign was the kyrie irving Pepsi campaign with uncle drew. They were just these really iconic youtube long form campaigns that people are starting to figure out that maybe fifteen second or a thirty second or one minute was not the best way to to create awareness and trial for your products and services

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"jeff davis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Books to win total for the patriots the lowest since two thousand three the past without Tom Brady at quarterback opening with a win total of eight and a half Jeff Davis the head oddsmaker at Caesars as Brady's new team the bucs opening with a win total at nine thoughts is PTI I'm gonna say this up front that I think both maybe under estimations wow I'm inclined to and I'm inclined to immediately say the patriots because the patriots or the patriots they're in a division where I don't think the jets are very good I don't think the dolphins are very good and while buffalo's okay they can't score so the patriots could run the table in that division as they as they often have but if the second half of last year they were not a good team and they had Tom Brady not Jared step so that holding back a little bit I will say this about the box with Brady they won seven games last year in Janus Winston probably threw away three I need to bring is not going to do that he's just not going to do that so for me I'm inclined to give the bus a little bit more of an advantage and I I know you and I know you're going to laugh at that and you're going to double down on the patriots I want to double down double down on the head of Jeff Davis they had oddsmaker at Caesars who essentially comes out and says I guess he's a NFL legal analyst extraordinaire or lead because he essentially I'm paraphrasing up he says let's see what Belichick's really dot let's see if he's any good that's essentially what he says yeah I'm gonna take bill Belichick over Jeff Davis from Caesars nine hundred and ninety nine times out of a thousand maybe this is one time to shine but only I'm going to book it is a fairly Jeff Davis is not familiar with the notion of coaches make fast getting more out of players then he thinks in Vegas so I'm going with the pages only I'm my own personal number on the patriots is ten and I'm bill Belichick this law along with the not worth two and a half three games to you even without Tom Brady so this is if there is a season this is the essential question of the season well Tom Brady without bill Belichick be better than bill Belichick without Tom Brady that that's the season number right number one going to dance the questions have been asked for you man to that Jason will college football have fans or have a season we explore the flip side and golf is targeting a return in the near future more on that after SportsCenter on their returns after this I envision a world.

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"jeff davis" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on IN A CITY LIKE YOURS

"Hi there. My Name's Jeff Davis Summer fifty five years old good. Glad glad to be on here. Uh let me tell you how I got a couple couple real turning points in my life. That led me to where I am today. I'm actually a working actor in Los Los Angeles From a small town in Maine called Buxton not a Lotta people leave. Most people are still there. The people I grew up for their stove there late same home. Same City Saint towns. Had An early gem who was about average thirteen. A lot of the kids were start artist. You know small town. They were drinking starting to smoke. Pot smoke cigarettes. They get that age and I add my big turning point then I was sitting in class one day I got called to the office. Something hit me. I knew something was wrong but I didn't know what it was. This weird strange feeling came over me The I don't know what led to to to feel this but when I get to the office my my Stepdad's Stepdad was there and that was even more strange because it was why he becoming the school the pick me out. So as we're we're driving home is quiet. I was looking at the window. I'm not saying much and his name was elmer. And how much driving along us a tough thing for him. But he's an older gentleman Nice Nice Nice Man And all of a sudden he looks at me. He's I suppose you wonder why I had to come pick you up and I just kind of sat there and they didn't say too much tried to figure it out. I said something happened.

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"jeff davis" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"A few days your child gets a reply his host Martin from the North Pole yes saying his helpers ask you to be sure and share your experience on social media using hashtag letters from San Jeff Davis of Mannheim steamroller here and if you're just joining us welcome aboard you're listening to our nation wide broadcast of Mannheim steamroller's Eric Christmas a Christmas rushes move for most still live choose but I I'm the the news the I and and it the new and we you this is an American.

"jeff davis" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

Beer, Beats, and Business

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

"Yeah M- using this. They took my number to share it. or You make that path to revenue like really like this is how you leverage this. This is why we did it. This is what the customer is going to be asking for. Whatever that is this is how you can use this to make money now? I'm listening as right. United one hundred percent. But what's really interesting is as we're having this entire conversation. What about some of that? I talk about a lot I know you do as well so much in. This isn't even about sales or marketing or being strategic or tactical. It really is just about the human human interaction in this case within the organization. Right having empathy having that connection I I see a lot of the companies. That are doing this right. It's almost never a strategic or systemic process is just literally somebody in marketing and so many in sales they decide they got along well and they're like hey aureus are talking to each other and let's help each other and it just kind of evolved because tubular actually. Nice to each other. And we're partners and that's Tori starts literally emmy you hit the nail on the head that you know when I when I started my work you know four or five years ago I thought this sales and marketing. We're really at war. I really I really in my mind. Did but what I found I started to really have more and more conversations. There's just a lack of empathy between the two. They just don't know what the other one does like you ask the average for sales people with marketing. Do either. They don't know it all or what they say is not really accurate and vice versa. There is some articles Friday blog and do something with our website. Yeah and they update the website and then the marketing people like Oh sales people like they schmooze all day in the riding around their car on the phone and take it to like like I was like let me tell you what I'm saying. Sales people they all day and complain about the quality of leads right. I'm like no that's not really right. Let me give view. Another perspective is someone that has done it and been there and it's not what I was right so I like it here so I want to switch gears a little bit just because now. We're talking about sales and marketing alignment for hours. which would be would enjoy that? I think that's a very small subset instead of people who would I I don't know if I've ever been asked you this question. So if if we turned on your ear spotify spotify lesser your I tunes list. What music are you driving to these days? It's interesting question so I am a total music. Kids I started piano. Okay yeah started violent at seven. I think that's all right So I've been playing music in music All my life so I am like the United Nations like not even like if you saw. I'd I like if you saw my my list. You'll be like this person is probably either bipolar schizophrenic personalities. Because none of it makes sense. I literally I was thinking about. This is that I was at the gym couple days ago. And it depends on what Like what Modi Man and I feel like I was doing cardio too to musical theater. I'm pretty sure that's some something popped up in a reminded me of a show. I think it was Hamilton Hamilton And then dear. Evan hasn't Hanson's it's a really good show. So that was that and then I switched to Afropop at some point which is If you haven't listened to it and then I think also so did some house music I'm just all over the place like it's so literally. There's I like country to I. I don't think I've run into any type of music that I I. It's good that I don't like a lot of like international music like I don't even know the words but like I I just love of the music fantastic music or to to Foreign Language Music that you can't understand the words I was sharing some of that I'm upset that I've been learning Spanish. The past few years. I'm starting to really understand it. And I listened to a lot of Latin music. Loud Salsa loud reggae tone like all over the place and I get upset that I can understand the words because I'm like this destruction distract me. I realized that they're just as bad as like it like English. Pop Song Lyrics. Drive me nuts. Just 'cause they're you're so vapid but when you're listening to a foreign language you can think that they're saying something deep if they're not they're saying you're like Oh really okay. Okay yes move your move. Her hips yes. Okay great yeah over and over again. I don't I know F- Obese afropop Papa Papa yet well it might be. It's probably the same thing that might be after being. Maybe maybe I misspoke But it just like a lot I think a lot of it comes out of Matola like like not an expert at this but a lot of is just like traditional African beats but like presented very like modern pop. Okay calm until it might. It might might be after be too but it's just a lot of like the up to date kind of what A lot of the African countries listen to I think a lot of is like Syria in Ghana Maybe Ivory Coast Right But it has a certain is a certain like kind of feel to it. It's kind of like to your point about reggae tone like when you hear Reagan's awesome. There's no right well usually because it daddy Yankee ran over again. Yeah yeah so it's Kinda like oh very cool object attribute like FELA Kuti not. I think I don't know if I'm saying his name right but this is like seventies funk African rhythm yeah it eats more dance yeah It's got it's more like hip. Hop to be honest. He definitely has a African undertone like UK. Definitely tell us African at night like Marietta favorite. Just put it on dislike. Whoever shows? What's fun about all the like? I'm not I'm not a like I'm not a leg. Loyalist to who are I'm a loyalist. Good Music I like. I like random people that like now doesn't mean their catalog catalogue like a at his name. I think Bonnie ver okay. Yeah he's he's got a couple of good songs like I don't necessarily like him as an artist but like the songs that I like of him are amazing easing and I would say like I like those songs. But I'm not necessarily I wouldn't feel like Oh my God Amon Ghost rider right. Well that's kind of the fun thing about the Internet discovering music is it you you do have this ability now to go to spotify go to Pandora go anywhere in just put in a word in search and see what comes stop like I started listening to Colombian Kunia music and that is very sooner as a Tarik heard once on once and I was like all right. This is Kinda cool there's actually a DJ aquatic Who Lives on there? And you know it comes and saves lad so I checked out one of his and then I went to youtube and I just search it all of a sudden there is these hour or long mixes and I'm like all right. Here's a radical Lemme dive down. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm kind of with really good. Dj's too so that's okay. I'm glad we started this conversation and I'm amused all day all day all day. All right well I know where we're going to have to pick up on our next conversation but this sounds like a pretty good place. I wrap things up and like I Ask all of my guests at the end of our conversation for a little piece of advice. What's one piece of advice that you would give someone to help them? Have a better day today. I think the theme of the Mantra that I use when I is entrepreneur. Get over stressed over taxes. Everything is always working out for me. No matter how good or bad it is always working out for me if I have the right perspective on and what I should be learning from it in that has helped me get through symptom challenging moments in my life because I realized that in those struggles and those challenges I'm learning I'm getting better at improving and I think when you take that approach versus. Oh my God. This is terrible it just helps you get through a little bit faster a little easier and you'd be a better person on the other end cool. I like it. I like aww thanks for sharing. Jeff wants to follow up with you. Get in touch what's What's the best way to do that? Three best ways to get in contact with Jeff Davis. I go to my website meet. Jeff Davis DOT COM. You can also find me. Unlinked in Just Search Jeff Davis alignment probably the best way to do those too many judge Davis's or you'll put the Lincoln the in the lobby and then Short and thirdly You can email me at Jeff at Jeff Davis the number two DOT com if you want to have a conversation or talk about potentially working together around sales and marketing alignment In or asked me what my music choices Are you know. Maybe that'll be minute. Game official music suggest very good and everybody WanNa make sure I do send another. Thank you to our sponsor for today's show sketch brewing right here in Evanston Illinois. Big Fan Dan. I was drinking through one of their anesthesia Mexican lagers. It was delicious but they have lots of delightful beers and they have a great taproom here here in Evanston and one in skokie. It's.

"jeff davis" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

Beer, Beats, and Business

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

"The the difference between the skill set that today sales people have and the new roles that are popping up that for sales people right. There's there's a variance and what he showed. Basically is very alike tactical order front order. Form quote quote quote Reps and then more strategic business advisers basically right and he was basically saying that the sales person of the future is going to have to be in have those skill sets to be more strategic and more consultation and that literally there is a gap in the job market Because as you know unless you have went to really you know high level sales training You probably got you know given a territory. Here's a phone. Here's his alleged alleged right right You know I got. I was blessed. I came from a like a really well developed corporate program So my training was different And I recognize that. That's not the norm but it was interesting to see that graph and him basically sharing that the sales person in the future. Or if you WANNA stay in the game you're going to have to up your your skill level to be able to be more strategic and consultation to your point And bring more to the table than just talk about features benefits and in value in Semi Peo. Because it's just not gonNA work right. Well I think that also end. I've actually. I think it was video on Lincoln. I saw that talk. But even Lincoln's a also put out their top ten skills That are being demanded by employers. This was the twenty nineteen came. January nineteen and six of the ten top skills are in demand by employers rawal sales oriented but none. None of them were Fill out in order form it. They were communication empathy strategic thinking teamwork collaboration. Right these the ideas of Or these skills should say that fall under the rubric or in this idea of being a consultant being a a true adviser Iser. I think sometimes the old school salespeople and I know they things exciting sometimes we go yeah. It's all well and good but we still gotta get that order form signwriter in writing the sales person that that's what distinguishes a salesperson at a mentor Always used to say. Don't be under an unpaid consultant. highly-paid aide Salesperson. Yeah but it's like you have to combine that in right and so I think that's an balance to find moving forward and I think that's what informs my work right because you know I started in sales in transition in the marketing. And you know when I talked to sales about building a better relationship with their marketing counterpart in working together more strategically it is always the goal to drive revenue like I'm not telling the VPN sales at a mid mid sized company. You just need to work better with the marketing leader. So we can have a better brand like he he or she is going to be like. I don't really care isn't helping open Mimi quota. Yup the conversation I'm having is win. You have a better strategic partnership with marketing. You're able to decrease sale cycles. Increase Velocity increase crease Average deal size all those things have been proven time and time again that it works right and it just makes sense a lot of the things that you're trying to do chasing thing after leads that don't really matter up finding all data. That's not in the system marketing. A Lotta time can do that if you have a strong marketing team. They can do that and nick do a lot easier than you can't. As a sales person There is an inside sales dot com data That show that the they showed thirty six point six percent of a sales reps time. I'm today in B.. Two B. is actually spent on sell. I didn't realize it was that high and then and then I talked to the CEO's. I'm just like so you mean to tell me thirty. Six percent of your sales reps time is actually selling the rest. Is You know other stuff. Non Revenue Entering stuff. And you. Don't think you have a problem. You wasting a a ton of money right. These people are not cheap by cheap headcounts. Oh absolutely absolutely yeah. The economics don't work my friend and I think what happens though too is as even again. We both get to swim in these waters the La Times sales people and maybe not the VP of sales right. Maybe not the director of sales allowed times. They might have some. I mean they're hanging around in that strategic doc Landscape a lot more but I often find that we get the communication that's being given to the frontline sales people or sales management. Nobody's ever really helping them understand why they should do things differently. Kind of get to go back to your point about you. Have to educate people on why changes is useful before you teach him how to change. But what's interesting. Is that if you do spend the time. I mean these aren't dumb people. Most people aren't stupid if you go to a salesperson hey let's take social selling for example. which kind of is seen as quasi marketing quasi sales? If you just say go on linked in go on twitter they look at you. Like you've got three is is if you if you spend a few minutes going. Hey would you like a way to get better information on your perspective clients and have more appointments. That's that's they all. Go Heck Yeah show me show me the way and then they jump on it like. They'll they'll do anything that is shown to be effective. You just have to spend the time restraints. It's a fact of right in take that one step further right so once we convinced him that social selling is a benefit not a waste of time and not as just like posting on facebook then. I argue the marketing team. Who does this in? This part of their skill set should be guiding them on not only what to say but what resources to share who they should be saying what so. The salesperson didn't have to think feel like oh I got this person. They're like you're the resources you should use here. Some potential you know phrases you can put on to really present yourself not as has knowledgeable about what's happening in industry. That's where that that relationship between sales and marketing comes into play because as a sales person. I don't know if I was a sales leader. I don't want my salespeople. Those people necessarily doing all of this research figure out where these Orion and spending hours posting and then trying to figure out what to say when I could clearly get that for marketing and say here the resources. Here's which you should say maybe out of video personalize it and make that connection but all the back end work. That's I mean that's a marketer's dream. We love doing that kind of stuff. So why not do you. It just hand over to sales right. I mean he's one of those things you're saying this. I just nodded my head and smile. But we're kind of like preaching to the choir here right. Here's this echo coach review. Me Going yes. This is obvious but I have some ideas on this too. But what have you found are good ways to actually make that happen or or at least make that that change begin. Evolution doesn't happen immediately but organizations nations better getting it right what what's happening in them. What are they doing? Well it's it's it's pure leadership right like I what I found many times times. Is that I talk about sales market leaders. Having a dysfunctional relationship being one of the symptoms of having miscellany and actually I this talk recently about this and I and I explained audience because you know everybody Kinda chuckles in and I said the media thing you think of his combative fighting right. They're like well. Yeah I might actually know this functional most times is that we get along. We're cordial we. We speak to each other meetings. We don't have a bad relationship but we don't have a business relationship and we don't leverage each other's teams to be more effective in what we do. That is what I mean by. Hi dysfunction the sales leaders when you ask them like. How are you partying with marketing to help your sellers get in front of the right? Customers have conversations or like what are you talking about the day. They manage the website they Do Events I'm like but here's the thing you have a relationship with your leader. Oh Yeah He. or She's great. Why are you guys not working together in a business context right? Oh well I don't really know how to do that. That's more often what I hear and see Then we hate each other now. Trust me I think mark and it is very clear and very evident but I think more often unofficial A survey I think more often not just at the the. It's A. It's a dysfunctional relationship. That doesn't really leveraged the I think that's really insightful. Because it just made me think I think of just romantic relationships like think of your your friends there yes. There is the obviously dysfunctional relationship. Were all they do is argue and in fact sometimes they seem functional but those are the people had they just. That's how they communicate. Get along just a lot of love. You're like I don't think that would work for me by divorce. View great but what is in some ways more common I think is that dysfunction. which is we get along? We're in this relationship together. May We've been married for quite a while raising some kids. Will we like each other enough right. We're can can tolerate each other but the dysfunction comes in there's not deep communication. There's not what you'd might consider a partnership and so in the same. They weigh in at between sales marketing leaders. And there's actually a book where I talk about the different sales marketing configuration. And I won't go into a deep. He died on this conversation but one of them is living together apart and it is exactly what you talked about right like we're in the same room were Rocca. Hey you're there I'm here but you do your thing I do my thing. We have our silos and we're okay with it And that for many people is very it can be very dangerous because it looks like everything is okay but literally like there is no connection whatsoever. Yeah it's it's so simple. One thing that I often suggest is to when you're having sales meetings get a marketer in the room and when you're having can you please say that again because if I have to keep saying this I literally am GonNa jump all right so simple right again if you're and conversely if you're having a marketing meeting get a sales the person in the room they're going to have to not that they have to speak now that they have to present just literally having that person in the room to sometimes go. Hey wait we actually try that. It didn't work or hey what you're talking about. We actually have that research or that resource or you know one thing. I say to marketing Get your sales people or just one or two of them interview them about the conversations they actually have with prospects and customers in these add to do. Do All your marketing marketing editorial calendar for you. Yeah and getting them involved really in the process to your point actually does help you. Because a lot all of that qualitative information that they know about the customers that nuance stuff. You may not see in you know into reports are or you may miss on the macro level. Oh and I also think from because I'm all about right marketer selling themselves to sales people because I don't think we do it well enough I think that most most marketers have not come from sales. And so there's that there's there's that skill set gap in selling your ideas to to sail the value of it but if you get them involved early in the process Ossis and you show that they are a partner that you're listening to them and that you're actually building. Whatever it is you're billing for them they become your biggest advocates? Once you lost that into the yeah and that's where you see success. Oh Yeah if you're a marketer just gives for lack of putting a new brochure to a sales person. It's probably GONNA go in their drawer. They're never gonNA share it right. I'm glad you said you were Nice. I was GONNA say but if if if you get them bought in even if it's once I started thinking it's their idea in some way shape or form then there could be like heck..

"jeff davis" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

Beer, Beats, and Business

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

"Davis Jeff is an international speaker author and business consultant focused on helping. BB leaders strategically align sales and marketing. That's quite the sentence. Full right there. Are You Doing Jeff. I'm doing very well. Thank you for having me on the show looking forward to interesting conversation. I have no doubt that it will be and before before I ask you the question kick things off. I do have to mention our sponsor sketchbook brewing base right here in the Chicago land area. Today I am drinking one of their AMEX dosa Mexican lagers and it's delicious. I think if you are listening this to this podcast on a warm summer day which you may or may not be is perfect for that or just anytime you want to hang out and have a lighter beer when you're not ready for the porter porter's installs usually drank so got guys. Say thank you to sketchbook sketchbook and now on with the show Jeff you are a guy who I talked to a lot about the idea of lining sales sales marketing. I just wrote a book. Here's my question. What did you learn in writing the book about how to more strategically aligned and sales and marketing? That actually is an interesting question. You know what I think I learned was to explore floor of the process. That needs to happen before you can make a transformation or fundamental shift in the business I you know Iraq A- and doing the research for the book you know obviously I had been speaking on sales marketing for quite some time And that sort of thing but really wanted to kind of push myself to provided by the next level of insights for the book obviously right in through through that work. I I really started to think about what has to happen for for change to happen. Like there's this process that has to occur before you can even convince convince people that you need to do it and then do it so oh And I obviously shared in the book and read about it in the book but I think that's the one thing that I probably Learned throughout the the writing process that I maybe didn't necessarily focus on as much going into that that particular project so it's not just about sales or is not just about marketing but almost more of an organizational change or a development question. Yes yeah because when when you really peel back the onion on what you know lying. Sales Marketing really is about. It is a true business. Transformation transformation and a shift in the way people do business in any time that you WanNa do that you have to get the CEO involved Not only do. Do you have to do that. But there are some quote unquote selling to a key stakeholders in executives. And that sort of thing you have to get them on board and really you know get everybody aligned on the same vision and making sure that people feel comfortable about making all that stuff before you can even get to the work of getting sales and marketing on the same page. So that definitely is what probably the one thing that comes to mind. When I think about what I learned now that makes sense because I think something that I've seen a lot I think you have to? I think we've actually talked about this. Is that one of the biggest obstacles at school to really aligning sales marketing in any organization. Whether it's a large B. Two B. Enterprise level or just hack one sales person when marketing person for a small business. It is that it's it requires a change in outlook right it is. It is not just a I've yet to hear our to say to somebody. Sales Sales and marketing should be aligned. Nobody goes. That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard. They're like yeah. That's a great idea. But but I don't WanNa do or you you know. I I love when the salespeople are like. You're absolutely right. We should align sales marketing. So tell those marketing people change and conversely the marketing bureau like we need to align these do things get sales people a change but it really is kind of a an outlook change for everybody right. Yeah no one. What's the change like a great idea? But I don't WanNa do anything different and that and and then you hit the nail on the head because really what I realized through through doing work is that I really have to focus on getting people to understand why they should change first and then start to talk about how you strategically align teams because the relationship between sales and marketing goes deep. Real deal Actually kind of dive into the history of how marketing came the B.. And why I feel that are the relationship between the two kind of divergence point why we are where we are But but I thought it was important to include because a lot of people I think they find it tough to imagine their relationship between sales and marketing being any different. 'cause they don't right they they're like it's always been this way. I'm like well. Yeah I remember even doing that in hyper connected selling where I went back one hundred fifty years and said you know. Sales isn't really been around that long. It's it's modern conception right. Here's how got to wear. It is so not only has it not always been this way but it can will change. That's okay I saw. I'm curious like for you when you're doing the research for this. Where did you rarely see the diversions of marking worded marking pelotas Sales Rahman and become something independence of sales? I guess yeah so you know in in mind you Miami as in marketing but we marking people have to remember that marketing started as a support function of right So what would I talk about in the book so you know it really was the industrial revolution. That really started. The divergence in Paso Marketing was created in order for companies to really meet the the need to communicate with more customers as we had the chance or we had the opportunity to mass produce products. People stopped making them at home and they started purchasing him. So all of a sudden you had this huge judge set of people that became customers. And you know this very welcoming from sales capacity you know when you look when your pool of candidates to buy your product increases that quickly like you. There's not a big enough salesforce to get in front of them and so you really. You really started have seen marketing team sprout up because there were like we need to communicate with these people to let them know. We have these new products so they can go buy new products. Will as sorry. I just think it's the sears roebuck catalog. Right in the late nineteen seventy totally and it has more company started doing yet. Then you start to say well. Everybody's doing it now. We have to build preference in the minds of the consumer more because we have a lot of products that look pretty much the same we want them to buy our product. So that's when you start seeing brands branding brand and brand meant something and so so. The the. The role of the marketing team became more strategic and they beginning they begin to be more revered by top management around pricing and branding and and look logistics thing so they really became a part of the executive team. They got closer to leadership in. That's when we really saw this divergence of Being considered a strategic function and sales being more tactical and in that has had ramifications Louis until today right because we still have that same misnomer that Oh marketers or strategic only and only tactical which you know those those stereotypes there is. Some truth is but But that really is where we saw. The divergence as marketing became more of a function that corporate looked at as a strategic partner versus sales. They saw more as has a revenue generating function get it done. Get the signature on the bottom of the page. Yeah Yeah and so. That's why we that we're it Kinda in the place that we are and you know most marketing really kind of grew as a function. You Know Mo- most marketing leaders started to get advanced degrees. He's in advance education in marketing. We haven't had a sale a professional sales degree until relatively right. I mean some of the universities. They're good number renationalised a couple in the book But that's a that's a new phenomenon. No one went to college to be a sales professional. Like my background's engineering. I ended up A History Major. That's what you'd be like. You GotTa degree you were smart and you had some great skills that you commit connect with people and you. You became salesperson. Most people you talk to probably even today kind of fell into sales happens. I was actually talking with a client about this. The other day I was like very few people are sitting there at eighteen going. Gosh I really want to be a sales person and I'm going to take sales classes. No is your twenty three. You're twenty four that first job you maybe. You can't find a job or you. You just get interested in something like hey. That's a good paycheck. I like talking to people and then you know thirty years later you've been in sales your whole life right. Yeah Yeah So. People have to realize that it's it literally is not until until recently like I said before that we actually have focused sales programs and allowed that is becoming because to be to be specifically is becoming more complex right by virtue that the buyer is you know has more access to information in in the sale is very different So that's why you're seeing a lot. Are these these these college graduate programs that are actually you know putting curriculum together around. How do you decide you still as a professional and I think part of that stems from the the fact that what we're selling now is just different than fifty years ago right? If if you're middle of twentieth century you're selling can be to be as a selling machine parts rain or factory equipment versus a complex SAS platform that integrates sales marketing logistics accounts payable revenue across four different divisions and seven different in countries. Different and you WANNA show up and say hey SAM. IPO let's not gonNA work no really. It's amazing you should here the features and benefits sign the piece right so many. So many salespeople are still trying to do that but what I think is interesting is seeing how not used to the idea of professional sales At an academic level but also just in the field field though salespeople who can bring a more complex and nuanced understanding to their perspective customers. I always talk about the importance of business. Acumen for sales people's like you have to be able to these days really truly be consultation consultation consultative however you say it though similar summer because that's good provide value just showing up with an order form. Just doesn't cut it anymore. No for sure and I forgot the executive name but there was executive at ad that linked in at that was a part of kind of like state of the Union address. I forgot the exact meeting but he showed information really compelling almost actually put it in a book but it didn't make it up but he talked about.

"jeff davis" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"I think it's necessary to state that we are not endorsing any of this. We have contracts. And so we have legal mechanisms that we work with these companies. These are not these are not endorsement is. In the in the event. Look, we have we work with sixteen different crowds and added it up to the day. I think it comes to something like seventy million people. We have access to participate him through one or more of these other, we can help this just millions of people. And really, if you get if you get good tweet out on NASA Twitter account. Right. You can actually draw even more people in because they're free. Community because they're following Nassau on Twitter, but weren't already volved in, in one of these companies to go back to two. One of the, the original challenge. Give me a sense of what the guts of this was about. What was trying to get and decided to issue this challenge to, to acquire? Oh, to use typically out how to use crowdsourcing away beginning was it? What was it that the centennial challenges program was really about stimulating innovation in the private sector that in the long term would end up helping us when it was actually Jeff Davis here at the Johnson Space Center, who was attending a class at Harvard, a management because our senior executives get trained. Well, right. Was attending class and he heard about this open avation use of crowd sourcing that was happening in the private sector. And by the way, this is very, very common in the private sector, we probably are about ten years behind. Signed in terms of really taking advantage of it. Maybe even longer but what he learned was. Hey, there's this whole new way that we could actually go and choir are indeed. We could actually use this as a way to do that. And he had just taken, you budget cut in his work in his -ation. So he comes back. He was aware that we had the centennial challenges stuff going on. But he was looking at a shorter term faster. Let's, let's acquire. These this are indeed, if you will. And so ran this pilot to see whether or not it would work. He looked at the human risks that were most important to his organization at the time, what were they looking to minimize in terms of the risk of human being being in light in space? And then from that drive kind of these are the things that would be really big wins, if we could go solve these and so. So we put in place a mechanism within a sensitive to do some external competitions. Are I look at it, thanks to our very smart lawyers who said, by the way, we couldn't use the centennial authority that was given to us? But they looked at the federal, acquisition, regulation and said, this is no different than how we do business all the time, we have companies that we contract with we say the government has a requirement for a new way to wrap space food, and that company just happens to go develop that solution to that particular problem by launching a public competition fills the order, it's took fill the order. We don't we don't care how they do it. They happen to go launch a competition and they bring us back. Here's the best things, we got from this government valuate these which one fits the Bill, and then we get our solution, and they pay the price amount. We don't pay the prize. It's. Contractor who pays the price in our particular in a NASA tournament lab companies we have to be very careful about that, because these are technically or contractors competitions Nasr's definitely involved. Nasa is requirements owner. Nasa is working hand in hand with them, but it's technically their responsibility to deliver us the solution. So we did this. We did this a pilot warm, and it was like, wow, this work rate. This could work rate for us. We not only piloted external competitions. We piloted the use of competitions with the NASA community at large. And that's how NASA at work was born because I think very early on one of the things we realized is this agency has incredible talent has incredible skill has incredible knowledge..

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"jeff davis" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"This is Jeff Davis with attorney Richard looking very spooky today. Thanks a lot. I love dressing up and coming into the studio fun time of the week. It is a good time of the week. You know, you look forward to it you enjoy it. Absolutely talk about the law of talk about Georgia law. Get to interact with you, appreciate your questions and discussions that we have and, and my clients. Tell me that they love listening. They love listening to the show. They love what they learn. We've been doing this for a long time and we talk about personal injury. We talk about all kinds of factors that, that happen and personal injury case. And in my everybody listens to it. I get great feedback. So it's really it's, it's nice to hear back from them. You love. What you do. I do. I love I love how many people can say that I know. Yeah I'm excited. Every day go into work. It's a different challenge every day. I like helping people and I like the idea that these cases are different every personal injury case is different. We've handled we've handled thousands of personal injury cases over decades ever ever since nineteen eighty five. Right. And so everyone is different in its own respect, and we like to solve problems and produce solutions and answer people's questions, and we like to be the advocate for people when they are facing an insurance company, because I'm just a believer that it's not fair out there for them if they're trying to talk to the insurance company themselves. I it's such a disadvantage. So that's what we do. We help people. So every case is different every case as unique. There's no such thing as typical case not at all because. You can have two accidents that may look the same, you, can, you can look at maybe to a rear end collisions. Let's say you can look at the cars, and maybe those to act, the, the property damage might be the same and those two accidents but it can be entirely different on all these factors. We talk about it every week. There's so many factors that go into every personal injury case. And that's really the misconception that I see a lot of times where people say, well, I was interacts. Well, I think the thing to do is to maybe reach out, and quote, make a claim and that's really what they think. And that's really what happens and whenever that happens. The insurance companies love it. Because then you have an adjuster, who is trained to low ball, a lot of them, and a lot of cases and try to settle their case without them getting advice from an attorney. That's what happens, you say getting advice from an attorney and I wanna ask you about that. Because obviously I mean you've made it clear. Anyone involved in an accident of significance anything other than a Fender bender? Should hire a lawyer should hire a law firm? Does it matter, you know, which firm they hire, you know is a good enough just to pick any lawyer who represents him or herself as a personal injury? Lawyer whenever that is, well, it certainly matters. It matters a great deal the law from that. You are. So that's your biggest decision. When it comes down to a case it matters with.

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"jeff davis" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Overnight Drive

"Should meet I love tiny hand. Trust me. I will make it very worth your time dollar signs. Oh, fuck this is so hideous Jesus picturing like she's got little hands. Like fucking scary movie. Two. Well, good Senate from here. Cheesecake factory. Hello, beautiful Europe, the bar with your girlfriend with classes, I was wearing a black leather jacket walking by. Probably weren't do much. Go on is would make contact every time I passed I should have approached you. We did kind of cheeses. When does take it all those guys really Trump? He's like putting out the vibe like imagine if on a motorcycle. She should buy one. Or is that contact? I should have approached you. But was waiting for my daughter and her fiance. Oh, you should have approached her. No, no with your daughter. What's up of these guys stand? What are you doing? I'm just kicking game to this this calmly looking older woman over at the bar with her friend with glasses on do you like my jacket? I just bought it. Yeah. Just fucking ran to fucking Jonathan read expensive as sins leather the tags still on. Wills seven hundred bucks on this God damn jacket just to this a kick serious game flex heart or any other Astle. I'm Tom Kelly's father nice to meet you. Hi, I'm Jeff Davis high. Man, phoning my daughter. Are you the man who's boating my daughter? Wow, going watch. God, look, look he says it doesn't say watching can I look like videos on your phone, you only video maybe getting moods wishy spread. Kaley. Your dad is really weird. He now, isn't he awesome? No commuter. Come come over here. You're fucking weird. Why he just asked me if you have if I have any pictures of you. Brad. And she's like will you do. Did you show like? He's like well. Yeah. But there for me, and she's like show him too. Marrying into a weird family very weird family too late. He's over exposing himself to the woman at the bar. So. You. I'm saying what's his name Huntsman? What do people what do terrible gen Xers name their kids? Now huntsman. Well, huntsmen, you know, this is a man who will drop seven hundred dollars on a leather jacket. Daddy. Like, his breathing. This is a guy who spent more on spill liquor than you made all last year visas kind the ring BAC can just see your ring. See something. Yeah. You wanna see the ring real fucking house? The ring shoves it down the drain in the bathroom. I swallow it point like I would be like and then just walk out. All right. Fucking get. It outta me. If you wanna back that man, get anatomy anatomy. Girl, who drives lifted older Jeep we have we have met a few times in a parking lot. Your driver's seat was broken. But the. No. Okay. Two more. That's a and I think because the Albany area is very lean right now, you help our connections smoking discords working out great, so far keeping our man knocks has been launching these archivist our biggest fan Knox. What Ben is he he's from metal bam and force. I listen to invite me to the show in Brooklyn. So I don't know. No fucking. Meta tractive divorce woman, and there's an accident, and there's a place called in between Inci acid. Best name from Tel. I've ever heard the envy tween. Wow. How whoa. Like, let's just broadcast here hotel. No self. Yeah. That's club sheet of pay by the minute hotel. Hi, met you at the NBA tween lasted a couple of weeks ago. And then it gives the address of the inbetween seem necessary. You said divorce or separate separated? Maybe we can hang out for Valentine's tonight. Oh god. He's at the NBA tween writing the, wow. Me forty nine years old, you should just lie. Me forty nine years old. I've nine Brown is short goatee VIN diesel. Dear fucking God. Wow. You are forty. You are definitely forty nine. If you're referencing VIN diesel as into positive light, maybe me that in-between tonight. Wow. In between sounds like a great place to prank. Call does very. Bente full more call it.

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"jeff davis" Discussed on Overnight Drive

Overnight Drive

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Overnight Drive

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"jeff davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Lakers. Don't do it. Because if Davis. Who by the way, it's been cleared to return to practice with that left index finger that left pointer finger, I'm pointing at you pelicans and the Lakers. He's been cleared to return to practice. We're talking about practice. Yeah. We're also talking about picks lots of them. Picks and players for a guy who right now can only practice. And won't promise. That he will stick around you might get him. Anyway. And I get it. You've got LeBron for three years. The first of which is also is already quickly Evaporating. But you cannot win with Jeff Davis and lake and LeBron on the Lakers roster. I mean, I guess Davis play with Rondo. So does that give you some comfort? You're gonna have to get guys off the street to fill out your roster. You're going to have to use your d league roster. The just put guys on the bench. Now, here's the other problem. The pelicans are thinking, we might just stand, Pat. We might just be okay to wait until the off season to explore all of our options. We're keeping our options open. So the Lakers could offer the four picks. The Lakers could offer the four first round picks. And maybe the pelicans would bite. But that's even more outrageous than what the nets did to get Paul Pierce, and Kevin Garnett and think about how many years. They were behind the eight ball. So to speak think about how many years it's taken them to climb out of that black hole. They put themselves in and still they're not a serious contender. I know Anthony Davis is great. But if you're going to give up that kind of merchandise, you better be darn sure he's gonna stick with you long term. If they were to make that trade, and he doesn't resign there. Again. They would have the ability to woo him for the next year and a half and Magic Johnson and LeBron James can be largely persuasive. But there's no guarantee. He could be out of there before LeBron's deal is even up. Don't do it. Lakers. Don't. So this leads me to archways alert Tuesday question the worst trades in sports history. What are some of the ones that come to mind? I can think of a few right now. The worst trades. And for those of you who are sports fans around the country. Maybe there was a really really terrible trade that impacted your team. In your opinion. What are some of the worst trades that you remember that? And yes, hindsight is twenty twenty you can certainly use the benefit of hindsight. To indicate. Hey this team got. The better end of the deal. In fact, this team got the only of the deal..

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"jeff davis" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Harmontown

"Didn't have to coax that one. Dan, said in quite rightly the to the extent that you are willing to share what you went. I think is helpful to people that listen to our show. So. I'd really, you know, without sanding cornea about this just to put it in in real like. Black and white cliffnote terms. I've been working with my sister who I still love and adore. We made this insane project where you know, we have. Of course, Jeff Davis appearance, but everything from you know, Miley Cyrus, George Clinton to Alice Cooper, lots of really cool interviews and crazy sketches and Mia, Charlotte Hornets games, and you know, and in West Virginia Appalachia, it's like just a whole crazy show project that would make it and then we had this big fallout. And so, you know, I just acquired it like if you're a part of a band, you guys had been through this journey, and we're about to finally record the band breaks up and the record shelved. That's just ahead. Stay and, but you know, what the the more. I'm talking about this as want say fuck me because these are really quality problems to have you know, what I mean? But at the same time, it's not so much about the project. It's about losing my sister who. You guys just like my right arm. What your status with her right now? We we don't really talk at all, you know, she she was freaked out man because. Yeah, I barely know her and she she was. When I was in. Had actually left my phone in a car of a dude. And then I didn't really exactly know how to get it back and kind of was just again in a depressed state. So I kind of like was like, you know. All right. I'm going to enjoy not having a phone, and this was only about like nine days, and then but honesty. Highness you felt kind of cool to have a phone, and that was just really sorting through problems. And so I also kind of during that time without the phone. I made a decision mentally to be like, okay, I'm stopped in doing the drugs that I was doing completely and. Because at the end of the day. You know, I was doing that to to get myself through a hurdle. I was doing like upper type of drug and what I'm getting at is. You know, if you all of a sudden, you find yourself alone, but you've made all this great progress, and you didn't want to lose everything. But you were just really confused how to move on without your band. You know, my thinking is let me do this drug that will kind of help focus me and know, my sadness over what happened because it was a really. Like emotional thing. And I turn to a project oriented narcotic. Yes. Exactly, exactly. That's that's an interesting explanation of that. Like, yes, definitely. Is the project was saying that like when when you invited me to the west of meat gun. Yes. So you still have all that footage there. Yeah..

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"jeff davis" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Harmontown

"Didn't have to coax that one. Dan, said in quite rightly the to the extent that you are willing to share what you went. I think is helpful to people that listen to our show. So. I'd really, you know, without sanding cornea about this just to put it in in real like. Black and white cliffnote terms. I've been working with my sister who I still love and adore. We made this insane project where you know, we have. Of course, Jeff Davis appearance, but everything from you know, Miley Cyrus, George Clinton to Alice Cooper, lots of really cool interviews and crazy sketches and Mia, Charlotte Hornets games, and you know, and in West Virginia Appalachia, it's like just a whole crazy show project that would make it and then we had this big fallout. And so, you know, I just acquired it like if you're a part of a band, you guys had been through this journey, and we're about to finally record the band breaks up and the record shelved. That's just ahead. Stay and, but you know, what the the more talking about this. As wanna say fuck me because these are really quality problems to have you know, what I mean? But at the same time, it's not so much about the project. It's about losing my sister who. You guys just like my right arm. What your status with her right now? We we don't really talk at all, you know, she she was freaked out man because. Yeah, I barely know her and she she was. When I was in. Had actually left my phone in a car of a dude. And then I didn't really exactly know how to get it back and kind of was just again in a depressed state. So I kind of like was like, you know. All right. I'm going to enjoy not having a phone, and this was only about like nine days, and then, but it was felt kind of cool to not have a phone, and that was just really sorting through problems. And. And so I also kind of during that time without the phone. I made a decision mentally to be like, okay, I'm stopped in doing the drugs that I was doing completely and. Because at the end of the day. You know, I was doing that to to get myself through a hurdle. I was doing like upper type of drug and what I'm getting at is. You know, if you all of a sudden, you find yourself alone, but you've made all this great progress, and you didn't want to lose everything. But you were just really confused how to move on without your band. You know, my thinking is let me do this drug that will kind of help focus me, and you know, my sadness over what happened because it was a really. Like emotional thing. And I turn to a project oriented narcotic. Yes. Exactly, exactly. That's that's an interesting explanation of that. Like, yes, definitely. Is the project was saying that like when when you invited me to the west of meat gun. Yes. So you still have all that footage there. Yeah..

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"jeff davis" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jeff davis" Discussed on Harmontown

"John Doe, my favorite, Colin. Like. And I also. Night. We gotta get calling. I think. Amy, Jo AB. And right now, which is one of his wanna talk to you, Flint, which is one of the give you a vestige this. And we just wanna have a old me and every time sharing poke over time to wanna fly you Amy N P you and Dan three guys one woman. We'll give you five thousand we all share. Amy. Chuckle having this out loud. I feel I might over Brett offer. One thing that should be noted. Okay. Oh my God. Before this gets Michael Richards. Let me just preface this. Room is filled with P OD's the original Indian from the village people. Greg is back there. And he's spoken everyone. That was just me going way to the dark side. I think that's a teachable moment. And in fact, right now we were trying to make the song much like the end by the doors. You know, like Hello father. Yes, son. I'm going to kill you. But that was his father and son like listen to each other with like father and somebody cat Stevens. That's really what we're going for this. This was a play. This was a one act, Dan. And I wrote this all over the New Year's Eve weekend. So again, you know, hero villain Dory. I played the villain. So my mea culpa Amy think of goes without saying that we purely platonic relationship with you today or both about monogamy, we are both about wearing special layers of underwear if that helps with the intimacy. You know, we are gentleman. We not mean to say that we wanted to plow your field that was a misquote that was a soda Email that we sent to Seth Rogan about his afro at the time. All right. I don't know what more to say, really like, yo. Much. Jesse cam. Amy grant statement, Jessica Amey brand also Kevin days. Venture crittenden. Jeff Davis, comptroller, your man. The what it only Jesse camp idrive fast and take chances. We love you all that was special.

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