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"john barrows" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Kind of treatment that you need and deserve as as a as a resident of our city This is our time to work with police. And do it and i am as passionate as anybody because of my personal history with police. I haven't had a chance to read the book. But i will look into it. But meanwhile what happened at that party in brighton. So there's a party. I'm showing we're loud and the police were called And when they got there they told us very clearly that. There's no reason for us to be in that part of the city and also meaning all of the the black folks who were at the party And when they started asking questions Like you know What are you doing here and there was some derogatory words used that i won't be repeat on radio They decided that didn't have records. Needed records You don't have a record we're gonna we're gonna take care of that. You need a record. I mean that's the kind of stuff that was said and then they put in a police. Report was false but in order for something to stick to have something and so assault battery on a police officer which was pure bs And so. I didn't catch a record during that incident. Luckily but to many of my friends dead. And as you know corey like that. follows you and limits all types of opportunities and that's just injust We've got a right that kind of injustice in our city and make it where it's a city that that kind of stuff doesn't happen. I've also been in situations margie with a police giving me the okay for us to i mean. Quote unquote takeout. That guy. because he's a bad guy And you know those types of things shouldn't happen in our city. I think our city has made some strides but we still have a lot of work to do and this is an opportunity for us once again to sit at the table and get this stuff right. John barrows before you go talking to you for a bit and with the exception of some criticism of the acting mayor around the patrick rose thing you have made it unkind comment about any of your four primary opponents in the preliminary is what just a little bit more than a month away which is rather unusual show. Should i assume or not that while. Obviously you think you're the best candidate for the job that you think that off any of the five of you would be good incompetent next mayor of Boston jim so it is not my style to to try to Talk badly about anyone. I know all of the candidates have personal relationships with all the candidates. But let me be clear. I do believe i'm the best man And and i believe in fact that You know my history. My experience the work. That i've done around affordable housing the work that i've done to support small businesses. The work that i've done environmental justice. speaks for itself As mayor. I would be able to to meet the challenge of the day for boston us. Pass this pandemic in a safe way. I'm on the streets today providing free vaccination to Those who were walking them massachusetts avenue cast area today Because i believe and getting things done. I believe in not just talking about policy and not just talking about ideas but being out here and serving the people of boston. I've been serving since the age of fourteen and would like to continue to serve as mayor and there is i think a huge difference between my cop qualification and the four city councillors..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Logan jim before our next guest. I'm listening to npr. Obviously lead story is so what we were talking about. In the first hour off and on as the new york attorney general releasing the report in our investigation into governor cuomo. And it's all bed for cuomo. How did trump supporting republicans who will want to pile on to cuomo. Considering is one of those prominent democrats in america but considering that their donald trump i would argue was accused credibly by couple dozen women of some pretty horrible things. Many would think far worse. Not defend anything. Cuomo how do they handle that. Just ignore it and plow ahead. Well i think they'll say what trump says do it. They're all lying. These women are lying alone is telling the truth all case. We're continuing our coverage of the boston mayoral race with the candidates. Over the next couple of weeks we'll be having a two on one conversation with the women and men who are making the race in historic one joining us online is the man about why he thinks he is right to lead the city. I don't mean he's the man he may be. John barrows most recently served as boston's chief of economic development in the walsh administration. Hey john it's good to see. How are you great to see you jam. Good to see you margie. I dunno i like that. The man. I knew you john before we get into some specific issues. Just give us a pitch. Why should you be the next mayor of boston. I should be the next mayor of boston. Because i've had whole life working with with the community with those in the city to help improve the city. So i'll make this a better place. And i've got the executive and management experience to meet the challenges that boston face today and to move our priority fuller whether it's a affordable housing education getting people back to work. I am the man with the experience to be the next mayor john. I read that you were some at a vaccination clinic this morning. I think it mass in casts at ten o'clock on on that issue. Obviously the city has decided not to mandate vaccines for city employees including even public facing city. Employees should vaccines be mandated for such workers. Jim i'm here now. I'm sitting in my car right outside the pop-up clinic And vaccines important as you know and you just reported on the delta variant Increase in our in our community and our city and in our country and i think vaccines should be mandated by the city to city workers and then for those for whatever reason decide. They don't want to get a vaccine. vaccinations shot. We should ask them to have a co vid test every week to make sure that we keep all workers safe and it can make sure that we keep the public safe. You know the mayor de blasio. John the blasio you probably know is just said that he's going to mandate that people have vaccinations before they go into public..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:10 min | 4 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Guy in the process of selling one million dollar condos next door touting these views of the skyline as a selling point and i believe when when her husband complained about this he didn't talk about his wife's own involvement either. Then there's a lot of other complaints about not taking care of properties things falling apart rodent infestation just addictions of tenets. It goes on and on and on and on line. So where are we with sabi georgia's not she's still in the race What has she had to say about this. She's still in the race today. Her campaign has said that she has reached out to the ethics commission and intense. To make right whatever can be made right at point But all of her rivals in the field with the exception of michelle moon have come down pretty hard saying that. The story from the globe raises ethical concerns in that she owes voters transparency ending. John barrows was the first to come out with a statement saying and he says hobby george owes people some answers about this In the case of michelle. Who i think. She's typically circumspect. When i think about her and the budget process when all of the other candidates who are also counselors made their floor speeches early on in the process. She stayed quiet right up until the final day that there was to say something and i think somewhere on the trail she may say something also But at this point. I think it's up to the campaign to figure out how they want to move forward and we'll see whether or not voters think is the sort of real concern that they don't wanna see an air everything we've just outlined is in the past but has asaba joy. George talked about the the the the the guardrail. She would set up if she were mayor. That's a difficult position to be in to be the mayor of the city of boston and have a spouse who is a developer constantly seeking permit. Approvals interactions business dealings that the city has to manage in. Some regard is true. It's a very difficult position. What i've seen from her campaign is just that she will continue to keep her business separate from her husband's business. I think they have also said that her husband would not bring any business before the epa if she were to be elected mayor And again it is up to voters decide whether that is a proactive enough position to ensure there are no ethical violations if they want to see more from the next person who runs the city. What's extraordinary when you read this initial globe story that came out on on the twenty eighth. Her husband's history with the city is is is very long Inspectors of file at least four applications for criminal complaints in housing court against him or his companies Their questions about timely payment taxes it kind of goes online at it begs the question. I you do wonder what if if a nisa savvy. George didn't think any of this was going to be found out or i guess. It seems odd to run for mayor of the city of boston. When you're married to someone. Who's had so many problems with the city of boston. As we know there's been Rick is also reported about corruption at the zoning board of appeals and a certain wire developers getting help and blah blah blah. so it does seem Almost mystifying that she would run given this circumstance she has been a city counselor so i guess maybe she thought i don't know i mean what. What's the buzz about that sarah. I'm reluctant to speculate on what she got..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"It'll be based around the subject matter of the seminar which was satellite played. We might look at a hand from the seminar. And then we'll wrap up in time to jump into that shootout match sweet you guys and just tons on to wrecked up poker. Somebody asked me about some things that really just get on. A newsletter wrecked up over. Get on the newsletter. If emails how you like to receive things We try to communicate that way but just poke around a lot of work continuing to make improvements insight in the content of the streamlining everything so Go out there and check it out in people say it wasn't always say. How can we support what you're doing. There's different ways you can support us for sure. if financial if you're willing to financial become a premium member. You're not going to be disappointed all the stuff that you get but are you doing way of giving us fifteen bucks a month to help us. Do all the stuff that we're doing because you know what to to of us up like like that's a great way to do it If if it's more like social media related stuff lang you just be one of those people that whenever we both wanted to light re tweet share. Do that comment that kind of stuff. It's huge razor review for us on soundcloud or wherever you. Listen to your podcast. All of that stuff is huge for us. Huge for the algorithms of you think the world the more from us. If you don't of those are ways that you can do it. Honestly they don't cost you anything. The cost a little bit of time And means the world does that courage me but also just the algorithm helped that gives us out on social media huge news of do those things i if you want or what. It is Whatever it is that we going on here so on jim. I think i'll cue you there for the music. That'd be awesome but Thanks john barrels. Money aces degrades folks. Their first job sounds rates eighty parade..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"We've got three. John's on the podcast night Jonathan little john barrows and johnson. Getting that might be. I gotta jones. Jim oh yeah get this outta here. Alright well i know we use a lot of extra time talking to johnson can make this part of a little bit quicker but any thoughts. Anything cut a stick with you guys from that conversation. I think it's clear he has a passion for it which is good for all of us and you know if you've got ideas will make experience. Better get him up now. You only saying nice things about john because he says things about you or are you know. He's always been a really nice guy in fact that was one thing that really piqued my interest. He mentioned this possibility of people like sitting at a boettger table. Enjoying working with john. Like if anyone can figure out how to enjoy working john sauce. Please let me know. We're all desperate to figure out how to advocate time bill. I didn't bother to dissuade him of the his good nice guy. I'll let them figure that out the hard way christening for you. I mean it. It's just great. You know. I think i think that you know i. I kind of joked about it but i think the poker players complain a lot about about race about structure about you know everything because we do want to just be able to like basically play for free with our long levels where you know we get all we want everything. But i'd like it to be six handed please and like there is some sort of balance in there that we've become aware of and cognizant of that you know you're going to a business. They're paying people to deal to you. and There's a whole infrastructure and cost involved with doing that. So it's really good to think about that. And it's really good to understand that people like john who are for cognizant of that and are trying to work creatively to you know still create player friendly environments structures and Kind of listen to players. Want so i was a great conversation is interesting. Against where else do you have the same gonna go in. I'm gonna. I'm gonna order sushi under the i don't three roles or something. And it's twenty dollars that spinner. Ben am i going to you know what i think. She can six rolls for coal dollars..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"They deals on the big tournaments that john that john woods on that one hundred thousand dollars for the winner you get to be in big spots on young people and you deal to give going to tip. Really well in. Some of the games was on. Unions are crazy people crazy game. They're tipping early well setting. That's a great thing but also just beating into the industry if you love poker philip. Being a round poker dealers have often made the best players because they did. There has been hours at a time. Studying reads and studying a what people are doing betting patterns and so. I think it's a great infants. Not the final clear state. it's great onramp. Just being in the industry and doing something being arousal and they love yes. Funny you mentioned that about players and dealers being good players. And i remember when i was dealing and i was. It wasn't even intentional. But it felt like i knew what everybody had plot me. What it taught was what for and for your guys for your audience. What i learned the lesson from that was hey attention if you're a player and you're not paying attention you're missing tons of information because dealers have to pay attention. We don't have a choice. We're dealing raise the cards. And i'm dealing my cards and i'm running my game. I don't get to watch the tv released from a good dealer. I don't get to watch tv. Or i don't get to talk to the waitress. So i don't get to look at my phone or i don't get to talk to the guy next to me about the football game or you know any of that. I've got to run the game. And what i discovered in. That process was why i can. I know what everybody's got early. I think i do. That was a big wake up call for me so if there's no less than out if nothing else comes out of this i think your your audience All the people listening to this they can take away that you know when you're playing at a poker game doesn't matter if it's tournament or cash what.

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

02:50 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"I thought we did a pretty darn good job of it and you know in events. Even daily events really pushed to keep tournaments balanced tables balanced. It was something i heard coming in when i first took the role over back in twenty eighteen and i really focused on it. I think we've done. I'm really nice job of that. So and it's something. I will continue to focus on so so there i mean. I hope that it's kind of a lot of talk. But i hope that covers kind of a whole process of why i want. Why you wanna keep the tables as many as possible to eat at least open up now. I will tell you this. We are going to be nine handed going forward. We were ten headed prior to the pandemic. so let is one change. That i am making You know in part. Because i am raising rake a little bit and tda has their. That's their preferred tournament style. Going forward is nine handed. Short of you know special event kind of things. But they have recommended nine handed as the norm and i would like to stick with that as much as possible and plus doesn't hurt to have a little bit extra space at the table. They were all big guys here. We like to get those elbows knees involved. I you know. We haven't met in person. Jim but i'm pretty big so it's a little bit. Don't john's not as big as it used to be but he could probably on a lot. He's to be sure well. I think it's it's good to know. We've all gone through kobe. And we've witnessed a number of businesses. Were not able to survive so we have to remember everything. Here is a two way street so if if we don't as players make it so that running ace's can make a profitable business than we don't have a place to play so you know we've gotta look at it both ways..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"I've tried to keep at a a flat. Rake level and i've strictly adjusted based upon structure and then hundred dollars and above the rake level. Goes up a little bit. Structure gets better And then obviously we get. Into main event structure rake level goes up again but percentage wise the rake level actually starts to drop in. So i try to. I try when. I talk a little bit about this. I try not to go into. The percentage factor too much because the lower the by tournament the higher the percentages. Just stick strictly strictly going to be facts. Are you know if i run a thirty dollar poker tournament. I still need to charge something so even if that ends up being we were only raking eight dollars on a thirty dollar tournament and in in that one instance those tournaments actually worry loss leader for us many times. When i would run. I would run my profitability analysis on those tournaments. We were negative so we would on those tournaments basically at a cost to the to the casino. you know. In hindsight it still is a good thing at the time you know going for. That probably won't be a strategy. I'll use you know it's it's a fact of life it's all having said that as a percentage you know we were looking at a little over twenty five percent back then And then i think our biggest percentage that we would rake was the fifty dollar events are fifty dollar tournaments where we were raking fifteen dollars so basically anything between fifty and ninety nine. I'll use ninety. Nine is the number because when we number ninety nine dollars anything between fifteen ninety nine i fifteen dollars on percentage wise would change just buying but the rake stay. The same level stayed the same syllabi and ended up becoming more function of trying to get people in at certain times of day. Ten know buy ins tend to be a little bit lower morning times. it's it's a different crowd You can have a little more of aggressive by later in the day so six pm seven pm kind of start times. You can have a bigger by because you tend to get a little bit more discretionary coming into the building so that was my was my goal when i was really set. Those structures up was to think about. Were the where the right buying levels should be. And then what the rate structure should be going along with that and then considering and then. I'm pretty happy. Say up until up until now we haven't really raised rake structure at running a long time so that was one of the questions ahead hand for us. I mean. I know you haven't around which is a whole time. Running aces been open. And i'm like what i'm pretty well aware of. What like the cost of living increase in what has been over that time so presumably your costs per overhead for charity for dealers for benefits. All those things have been increasing every year in the rake has and so what gives like. How do we do that. I know that's not a sustainable business model right so two things occur with that. And i'll i'll we let's talk. The minimum wage is always the great the one that everybody kind of understands because they know where minimum wage is at in our dealers are tipped employees but they get a minimum wage as well right now seventy years ago or ten years ago when running ace of twelve years ago when.

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"Between the star before the start of the tournament and after the end of the tour on a night that normally would be a pretty quiet night for us. And that's just a rough number and that's just an example of how we were able to correlate why this is a good event for the players and for running aces you because again it exposes the players to venue. Get the guy. That's a wreck player. Who's literally his his. His recreational budget is has rec. Budget might only be a hundred bucks but also he wins or he's one of the top five on monday night and now he's got a seat into eighty event emmanuel emigrant yemeni. This story you manual. I don't think even the adults who later for the free role thousand chips. We don't wanna podcast. He ends the right. One of those seven seats is a winning the to ninety for forty thousand dollars in a change his those those are the cool stories making the money maker like. Maybe i could do that too. It is yeah and it does. It gives us that it's funny. You mentioned money-making because that's exactly what this is. It's still a moneymaker dream except really in a live event you know and and i can't wait for comeback But it was a great and that's the some business perspective is shows you the value of termites and we all see it so they're still always going to be the pressure of profitability hence. Why structure ends up tightening something. How always has to give because quotes do go up. You might be a great segue into other times. That's another talk about You know what. It's very shrewd of you to think. It's not maybe a tuna obvious. Everybody connects those dots. Doesn't that you do that because as a tournament player we can't lose. You need to keep fighting for us germ but yeah i think i think I just lost my train. Were you just talking about the ray. Going up costs going up going up while at the same time making the value of events. Still good for the player. And you know it's a it's a tricky balancing act Melting at grade like. Yeah thank you for the reminder but because that is what we hear all i hear is. Wow man destructor you fast or you know. Why are they taking so much rate. Or whatever you're taking fifteen bucks off whenever you people want it all maybe do talk a little bit. How do you do that. How do you approach that with you. Know with the price range and say hundred balance. How long term. It's gonna go with how much rake. I'm going to click with you. Know how the structure is all of these account. You go so basically. I've tried to what i've tried to do. Not every house is going to be the same way. Every other other casinos may do things differently. Certainly probably do things differently. I always tried to do. When working out tournament.

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

03:44 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"That i that i do get and i know you and i talked a little. Bit of bone is a profitability long from cash perspective tournament boker perspect- maybe talk a little bit of a. Why wire cash games. More profitable for the casino. Then turns so cash games because we we rake on a per hand basis. I cash games become such a hand. Pans per hour kind of driven business where whereas the tournament tournament poker is a fixed revenue amount. We know that tournament buy ins done. We know how much revenue we're getting and at that point is how long tournament going to take. And you're your your hourly rate in terms of revenue depends strictly upon that whereas cash game revenue. It's as long as a cast games on we open. We know we're going to make a rough ballpark figure. It tends to be higher. Xi's quite a bit higher and short of getting into the actual physical numbers. It's strictly a volume perspective or cranking out in cash games or cranking out thirty to thirty five hands per hour. You know many of them which are raked. Three quarters to full know anywhere from raking three to four dollars per hand whereas tournament poker. We don't care about hands prod because the of players have played they paid so at this point their hands kind of on them you know and a lot of turnover players prefer to pay to play at a sore slower plants which is why they liked tournament poker. They can be more analytical they can work more on. You know many of the things. You're you guys talk about on a weekly basis reads you know how they how they level set all those things so but once that what ends up happening is it takes longer so you know and for us time truly is money the longer tables open the more money i spend on it between dealer hours tournament director hours and even to sliver that out a little bit. I technically have cashier hours. And then all the other support departments security surveillance you know above that. That's still technically slides in their little bit to cover that and asked before i even get into fixed cost coverage so so for us revenue wise. Obviously cash games are strong tournaments. Weekly tournaments are not super strong but they also serve a purpose and We we definitely. I don't want a slight them. At all. Because i think they matter they matter a lot because it also exposes people to the casino. Exposes them to things that again. You move them up. A lot of players aren't comfortable with cash but they can play tournament eventually. They'll play some cash. I've noticed we've had a lot of terminal players playing cash since we've reopened since Since last summer and in part. Because we've you know we don't have tournaments available and they're branching out the fear factor's gone a little bit so joked the best about me being your worst husted wherever because i come in grab the free soda or the water. Come play a tournaments. And then when i'm done i leave. I walked past the black. Jaguar master cash games and i just walked in the door. Your worst customer ever. But i i if tournaments are ways to get in the buildings to then also you know hey matters worse racing. We should go check that out. Or there's we should have dinner over here..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"Most of our gaming comes from table games and a very small slice of our gaming revenue comes from the hardest racing Proceeds and then. Obviously we have some other. You know we have some other things that are. There's a little bit involved in but very very very little gnat in that regard so where turner poker fits in for us is. We always managed tournament poker in terms of the business side. As i won't. I don't want to use the term lawsuit because we didn't lose money at it however we looked at it as a way to really bring people into our operation. If you go back seven eight years ago we you know. We were struggling as a company and In one of our one of our my predecessors tristan wilbert was shift managers now he had a real real nice vision for what okra terms could be at running aces and really started to get that going as it waited. Drive traffic into the building so you you started seeing us do a lot of things like thirty dollars tournaments where where players can come in and play poker tournament. Get four to five hours of legitimate poker. Play with legitimate dealers An actual tournament director at the cost of thirty dollars. Just just a fantastic value. We obviously were making money either. We were driving traffic with it. It's not he. Developed are free role as well which we had on monday nights and the free will actually ended up being off from his from on a weekly perspective with our most popular event and drove a lot of traffic into the building and what we ended up finding out was it became a great vehicle to help wreck players become get into those move up levels because we started using the the free role to drive business to our multiday events. Right our niche kind of been with multiday advance has been that you know at two hundred three hundred up to five hundred dollar bienne a relatively affordable level for the wreck player and so we really started focusing on giving away seats getting wreck players into multiday events and all that did was just pushing pushing. Dr are those monthly made event that we had you know through rough we did it fantastic for him and the revenue actually became pretty solid out of them as well so definitely. There is a place for tournament poker. I in any casino. I think And i in farrah's as well and we even have some private conversations going on right now about. What's the state of the poker room. Where's it going. How are we going to expand it to make it work so the good news is those things are going on. Still there's definitely value there and offense so let's talk a little bit. I i love him. Eleven is part of the business model. And i think it seems like you've done a good job where needed training. Your superiors fits into the overall model. Now that they don't understand it but we don't profitabilty perspective permit. Volker is just not there with the others and so i think that's a point that that's important for the recreational player realized that tournament poker is not making a lot of money. It's pain bills but it's not like funding the casino and so one of the questions..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Rec Poker

"Casino and hotel as website am in this chats edition of the podcast. We're gonna talk to the man. The myth the legend. We got john. Barons you guys. He's the tournament or injury manager. He's the who's the muchness of running aces official sponsor. Who's been with us from the beginning. But we are gonna pick john's brain a little bit and talk about the business of ochre. Not a lot of recreational players. Got to think about that. The poker's actually business inside the the casino business and so we want to unpack that a little bit. I pick his brain. But let's first introduce the panel to you. My name is steve redland. I go by wrec poker. Steve and the pokerstars own game and my quote is from john lid gate. He said that you can play some of the people all the time. And you can please all the people some of the time. But you can't please all the people all the time and i. John will attest to that and i. I'm chris jones. I'm five five on pokerstars game in twitter. And i got my first taste of live poker back this weekend at running aces and it was just. I was the happiest been played. Poker was just awesome so it was great. I'm jim reed blessed arena and own game and you can find out about me and all the other members the wrecking crew by going direct poker slash crew. And i just wanna say. I'm on hope you're listening. Lamb john sanski. I'm booker gi in everywhere and my quote. Today's from semi far. Just play every hand. You can't miss them all razi daisy. Reyes talk he wants all of his opponents play. I am sure. Frogman rick in the home game boy. He likes that quote a lot. We're gonna share with john. And then after that we'll dig into the community happenings. We're talking a little bit more of our reflections off from the rick booker reunion at running eases as well as the home game winners in a bunch of other stuff i will. Let's bring him in. John barrows john officially the tournament director tournament manager running..

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"john barrows" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To sign a beer that doesn't have substance and meaning so he is going to be patient to make sure it's the right bill, not arrest bill president said. Today is a symbolic deadline for Congress to get him legislation, but negotiations continue in the Senate, A key sticking point has been how to hold officers legally accountable for misconduct. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington 7 37 and the race for Boston mayor but of a spat today between a couple of local officials during an endorsement, former economic development chief John Barrows now calling for state Rep. John Santiago to reject an endorsement from the House speaker Ron Mariano. And, of course, Mariana was hurt today, joking on tape that he was quote. Afraid his car was going to get stolen after Santiago welcomed him to the south end at a press conference for his endorsement barrels in the statement, calling the quip and insulting remark Now we have heard from Speaker Mariano. He apologized today said he regretted the comments, and he said it was making reference to his college days back in the sixties, when his car was apparently stolen. Sweeping oversight report on the deadly covert outbreak it the Holyoke soldiers home last year, directing blame at the Baker administration for failing to address poor leadership and leaving key positions unfilled. This report out this week questioning why Superintendent Bennett Walsh was hired for the post while he stayed in his position as long as he did, despite a parent awareness by some about concerns during his tenure. Only 80 veterans died at the soldiers home A special committee created to look into this tragedy, saying they want the Legislature to require the new superintendent to be a licensed nursing home administrator. Elevate the secretary of veteran services to the Cabinet and create a paid ombudsman position at both state run soldier's homes. 7 38. Let's see how we did today on Wall Street. Bloomberg business Here's Andro Day. If you have an old car, you consider a lemon, you might be able to make some lemonade. Bloomberg analysis shows that the market for used cars will likely quadruple in size over the next four years. Thanks to the global shortage of microchips to power of new vehicles on the price you could get for selling your ride will keep going up. Report showing slips in April measures of consumer confidence and new home sales, raising some new concern on Wall Street that rising inflation may prove a stronger headwind than first believed to post pandemic economic growth. Created headwinds for stocks. DOW Lost 82. NASDAQ DOWN Four Has to Be 500 Down nine and zero day Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's news radio 7 39. We got game, too, for the Celtics in Brooklyn right now. Red Sox hosting Atlanta over at Fenway Park Score check coming up in just a couple minutes at 7 42. My.

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"john barrows" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"john barrows" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stevens WBC Boston's news radio in the race for Boston mayor a spat today between local officials After an endorsement. Former economic development chief John Barrows is calling for state. Rep. John Santiago to decline an endorsement. From State House Speaker Ron Mariano. Mariano was her joking that he was afraid his car was going to get stolen after Santiago welcome him to the South end in a press conference to endorse Santiago for mayor barrels, calling the equipment insulting remark Speaker apologized this afternoon, saying he regretted the comments and was making a reference to his college days in the South. And when his car was stolen. Ah Wooster Matt has been trying for years to get elected to city government is at it again. WBC's Kim Tonic left with more on one man's long time goal. Thanks a licking and keeps on ticking Bill Coleman. The third just keeps on tickin, The 66 year old is determined to get on the Worcester City Council. He's been running on the ballot since he was 22 years old People do come up to me every once in a while, but at least Expected Niego Coleman, do you hang in there? Coleman is running again, this time around as an at large council candidate. His love for politics started in the seventies when he worked in Washington as an administrative aide to Senator Ed Brooke in my community in Worcester. I wanna try Do something where I can inspire people to do more to the great city. If he does win this time around, Bill says he won't stay on the council forever. Wanna be elected long enough to make a bigger impact? Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. One person is not running again.

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Walsh’s former economic development chief enters Boston mayor’s race

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Walsh’s former economic development chief enters Boston mayor’s race

"Day for those running for mayor of Boston with NBC's Mike Macklin with more on the latest to throw their hat into the race, a former school committee member who was until last week Mayor Walsh is chief of economic development Today, John Barrows joined an already crowded field of candidates to be Boston's next mayor as me Would work to make sure that we continue to engage our community continue continue to particularly engage our young people continue to engage those who feel left out. In our economy continue to engage those who feel most vulnerable, protect those who fail most gonna revive for by by taking us through this covert pandemic safely. Re opening our society in a more just and equitable way. Bustin born and raised. Barrows is the sort of Cape Verdean immigrants, said one of five minority candidates in the race for mayor

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"john barrows" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"People's information diets and the things that they're reading and listening to and watching so so far. We've got the bible in the morning and your wife's podcasts. After hours while you're cooking what else is. Is there anything else that you're consuming. So there's little sprinkles of things actually are throughout my day when i get distracted. But it's it's kind of intentional. So i watch pretty much every video that john barrows puts out or every i read every post that kevin dorsey or josh braun or justin michael puts out. Those are little nuggets of information or sam nelson. Those are little nuggets of information. That i i just digest. I think subconsciously comes out in the work that i do. And that's why i'm intentional. About like the only social media that i have is linked to happen so even if my wife is out doing something it's probably not good for my initial reaction to go grab my phone when i'm not around anyone but i'll go and i'll scroll through and look for post from josh josh bronner. Any of those sales thought leaders and then as things go as i see a post about a webinar. That solves the problem that i'm experiencing for example there sanded one on same nelson at outreach. Did on a sales tech stack a couple of months ago. We had no no sales stuck here. Tell you so. I'll digest content very specifically based on problems that i'm experiencing but it's it's been down a lot since i haven't had my my commute because that was where i used to soak up everything. Yeah yeah one. More austin thing. This is totally ridiculous. So these kevin dorsey. And i all live in the same zip code within about two miles of each other in west austin. I didn't realize i knew scott was here and we were out for a walk and talk. And he's like you know katie just moved here like i gotta be kidding. Me so yeah. It's pretty fine. We're having a good time. Yeah that is fun. And i'm i'm actually in his. He's got like a patriot. Group and justin. Michael has a similar. Yeah like community. And i'm in this group called sdr nation. And so that's kind of how i almost digest. Most of my content in my information diet is on a community level where it's real time giving feedback on certain people's messaging and getting feedback on your own messaging and things like that love that so we will link all that stuff up top dot. Fm forward slash. Kyle dash rasmussen. Sorry um script your name. There were top one dot..

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How I Cold Emailed My Way Onto 27 of the Top Sales Podcasts

Daily Sales Tips

03:53 min | 2 years ago

How I Cold Emailed My Way Onto 27 of the Top Sales Podcasts

"One of the big challenges we have sales people is really building social proof in utilizing correctly to either get a meeting with an important prospect or to close a deal in a lot of US including ourselves up until very recently because we've made a big push to get podcast and really increase increase social proof are in a position where maybe very few people in your industry no of you so into reaching out to a prospect that may have never heard of you before they may have heard of your company but they're not quite sure who you you are and hopping sales call with a prospect especially as it can be. Kinda tough if they've never heard of you prior to you sending a cold email to them Andy Mandarin. We're GONNA have any relevant case studies for their industry. One of the ways that we overcame this challenge was for prospecting was making a really big push to hop on on more podcasts specifically sales to podcasts and if you're wondering we'll hate jason run a business. How is this going to help me sales people you can hop on podcasts as well-made. Scott's podcast podcast where he interviews top one percent sales people is a really good example of that and if you're in sales getting on a podcast of being able to share that interview especially really if you're talking about something maybe not sales related and more about something in your industry can really bring in some credible industry expertise as well and it's a really great wave for prospects to learn about you that are proactive about finding solutions to the problems but also as something that you can share in a follow up after a sales call so that they can listen to you it again. It's social proof the here you WANNA platform so it's a really good way to offer extra value and get in front of people that may or may not have heard view before so let we tell you a quick story because we've read a big Lincoln Post on this. That's linked in the show notes. I definitely recommend you check out but we were able to get on twenty seven of the top sales podcast in in the last eight months and I got on all of these including Scott's for this this opportunity just through through emails so the big thing that we did when we got started and where where you want to start with this. Is You want some social proof to get on the PODCASTS. I'm GonNa talk a lot about social proof. In this episode. You want to get a couple podcasts under your belt so so that you have something to share when you reach out to these other ones so the way we started is I just asked around on our network and I knew a couple of podcasters and I said Hey can we hop up on your podcast and I'd like to talk about something. I think it'd be really valuable for your audience and I had a friend Bras and another friend list in they helped me get on their podcasts and I could been linked to those in other emails when reaching out to other ones so this is what really helped to get that initial social proof to share with bigger podcasts like you know seller dive on recently with Jeffrey Dahmer make. It Happen Mondays with John Barrows and a few other those if I didn't have social proof I wouldn't have been able to get on so step number one build that initial social proof get on some podcast uncast again. Check out that Lincoln Post. It's a really in depth guide to not only how we did it but how you can also do it as well. Step number. Two is finding podcasts so again. Scott has actually put together an awesome list on the site detailing enlisting on all the top sales podcasts. That's a great place to start and where and we'd take it. A step further other is going in and qualifying some of these. You're going to build an countless different than if you're prospecting for any other type of solution or offering is you're. GonNa come up with an account list of podcasts and you're gonNA come with qualifiers so what I recommend doing what we did was they had to have at least ten reviews on itunes a four star rating and they had to have released an episode within the last thirty days what I found out doing a lot of the sound reaches that a lot of people don't have active audiences because they don't post content consistently gently enough and if they don't have a lot of reviews that's usually an indication. There's not a lot of engagement on there. There's nothing wrong with getting on those podcasts to get started but I wouldn't make that it'd be part of your strategy. The next thing you're going to do is find the contact information and

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"john barrows" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"Dot f._m. Ford slash jay dash small because i don't remember member what episode number this will be where we're running away ahead which is fantastic but it also means. I have no idea what about from a sales philosophy standpoint they do is there. Is there a particular approach that you subscribe to order this kind of central to the the way that you tackle this yeah so so john barrows actually talked about this a lot to where he doesn't really believe in sales methodologies anymore. He's more of an agile cellar where you take him bits and pieces from other different print sales methodologies. Now i'd agree with that so you know i've listened to the challenger sale and gap selling and the spin selling the sandler sales and all latte stuff and i think it's important to be able to take bits and pieces from all of those but at the end of the day sales very human thing and when you try to make it too structured richard and to methodical and to like by the book i think that you start to miss some of that human element so i think it's important to understand the principles of all these different philosophies but at the end of the day i think that the most successful sales people can take bits and pieces as needed depending on the type of person that they're dealing with levitt levitt. I talk about that a lot and and you described. It may be better than than i do. I think that's exactly the common theme across all these different interviews as is i. I like the idea of it being agile right. It's it's not you're never done right. You're wrong always continuing to develop and continuing to learn and continuing to bring being in and tweak and refine get better and better and better as you do this but it's not you know that this is the model that i use and i'm this kind of robot right so so what about what about your style sort of in that agile approach. How would you describe your style so i was thinking about this. I don't really know style wise. How how i would describe it other than just being authentic. I think it really comes down to your authenticity. When you're talking with people so you've gotta be able to relate to people you've got to be relatable bowl and you've just got to understand you know the type of person you're dealing with what their goals are. You know what their passion is and that'll really help you to determine women. You know what approach you take with that sale because you know at the end of the day you wanna be a trusted adviser for somebody in our case we wanna be somebodies business partner because can you take us on his your i._t. Company that's literally what we are where an extension of your business and we want to help you grow and we want to help support that growth and we want to be there for you as your partner. The only way that we're able to really work together on that type of a level is by being truly authentic so this is a big topic. These days and i absolutely agree with this. What does that mean though so for you specifically like when you think about being authentic. How does that manifest yeah so i think a lot of it comes down to really is being yourself with people and and not trying to again it kind of goes back to one more qualifying prospects and disqualifying prospects. Don't try to fit you know a square peg through a round hole. There's some business relationships that won't really be good relationships and if you can identify those at the beginning and stay away from those i feel like that's one of the best ways to be authentic is the work with people that you know and want to work with by just being yourself because if you're trying to put on a mask or be this the type of person or this type of organization for one company and then being a whole different person for somebody else it's just not sustainable and it's not good business at the end of the day you wanna be able able to truly be yourself around your clients and truly know that you're not putting on some sort of a facade when you're working with these other companies out there nice nice nice nice sites..

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"john barrows" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"john barrows" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"Approach. Maybe in the last couple years yeah sure so podcast wise. I love listening to the sales podcast so i love this podcast here. I love john barrows. Make it happen happen mondays. I think that's a great podcast. Brutal truth about selling ryan burns podcast is excellent and then. I also listen to some other podcast i like. I like listening to the joe rogan podcast. I actually find that some of the topics that you know you'll hear about on joe rogan or so all over the place that actually going back to you know when you're networking events or when you're sitting down and talking to somebody you can kind of branch off and have a really deep interesting conversation just by some of the strange facts or strange subjects that you'll start to learn by listening into a podcast like joe rogan's or i also like tim ferriss a lot the way that he you know breaks down world-class performers. I think it's you know really beneficial official to kind of hear that type of thing does the same thing that you do with sales people on the he does it across the board with you know all sorts of technology startup founders and in an people like that so those are the main podcasts that i listen to when it comes to books. I love fanatical prospecting by jeb blunt. I think that that is one of the best prospecting books ever written to be honest with. You like i said before thinking grow rich really changed my whole mindset on everything so napoleon hill thinking grow rich is an amazing book and then even though he gets a lot of hate. Sometimes i like listening to grant card own. I think that you know some of his methods aren't necessarily the best approach to abuse sales depending on what you're selling but i just love his passion about what he's doing and i think he pretty much coined the term tax so any time i listened to grant card and i just really get fired up and motivated and i think it is important to stay motivated like we're talking about with consistency in drive at all stems from your motivation yeah nice nice great great set the resources and as always will put those into the show notes that there will be links to everything if you go to top one dot f._m. You can just go to top dot.

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Did Georgia cancel the registration of 100,000s of voters?

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Did Georgia cancel the registration of 100,000s of voters?

"The state of Georgia's election infrastructure. I'd issue in Tuesday's runoff election. For secretary of state USA radio's Chris Barnes with details. The runoff election for Georgia's secretary of state pits. Republican state Representative Brad Robbins burger against former democratic congressman John barrow. Neither one more than fifty percent of the votes on election day at stake in the runoff the ability to reshape the state's election system, which came under a national microscope during the recent race for governor between Democrats Stacey Abrams. And Republican secretary of state now governor elect Brian Kemp Rapids burger is defended how Georgia cancelled the registrations of hundreds of thousands of voters and he says, you'll make sure only legal citizens can cast ballots. Barrow says changes are needed. But he says well Georgia does a pretty good job of keeping people from cheating. It does a lousy job of making it easier for people to

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Georgia governor's race: Cagle, Kemp headed to GOP runoff vote, Dems choose Abrams as nominee

Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

01:35 min | 3 years ago

Georgia governor's race: Cagle, Kemp headed to GOP runoff vote, Dems choose Abrams as nominee

"In the traffic center steve winslow wsb continuing team coverage of the race were on governor casey k go wins the republican primary but doesn't get enough votes to avoid a runoff with secretary of state ryan camp wsb political analyst bill crane i think nathan deal they have to come off the sidelines he's not then actively involved with eighty four percent approval ratings and going out kind of you know with the sunset behind him you may see him get engaged in this race and in this runoff the winner of the gop runoff on july twenty four th will face democrat stacey abrams in november the former house minority leader easily beat former state representative stacey evans racer tenant governor will feature a runoff between republicans david shaffer and jeff duncan sarah emeco wins the democratic primary over triana james johns creek state representative brad raffin burger and alfa reta mayor david belle isle will meet in the gop runoff for secretary of state former congressman john barrow wins a three candidate race for the democratic nomination republican jim avoids a runoff with jay florence to win the gop nomination for insurance commissioner and the democratic primary janice laws defeated cindy zeldin state school superintendent richard woods wins the republican primary over former superintendent john barge democrats oath thorton ansett chapman will meet in a july twenty four th runoff for a complete list of georgia election results go to wsb radio dot com wsb sports brokenbat on contact he's coming.

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