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Supreme Court says California cannot restrict religious household gatherings
"The supreme court rules in favor of religious worship. I'm ham who sell fox news. The high court tells california it can't impose cova contain restrictions on home based religious gatherings. The state had indoor social gatherings to no more than three households but the majority on the court said the state was treating secular activities like grocery shopping more favorably than at home religious meetings. Liberal justice elena kagan wrote the majority on. The court was hurting the state's ability to address a public health. Emergency fox's gel nato. The court's ruling is essentially moot though because california plans to loosen restrictions on. Indoor gatherings on april
Google Ultimately Prevails Over Oracle in Java API Case
"The. Us supreme court has ruled in google's favor in that big. Copyright dispute with oracle over the use of java api is basically with a six two two vote the justices overturn what had been a big oracle lawsuit victory coating cnbc. The case concerned about twelve thousand lines of code that google us to build android that were copied from the java. Application programming interface developed by sun microsystems which oracle acquired in two thousand. Ten oracle sued google over the use of its code and one. Its case twice before the specialized. Us court of appeals for the federal circuit the supreme court reversed. the federal. circuit's decision justice steven brier. Who wrote the majority opinion. In the case reason that google's use of the code was protected under the copyright doctrine of fair use quote. We reached the conclusion that in this case where a user interface taking only what was needed to allow users to put their accrued talents to work in a new and transformative program google's copying of the sun java. api was a fair use of that material. As a matter of law brier wrote brier was joined by chief. Justice john roberts and justices sonia yar elena kagan neal gorsuch and brett cavenaugh justices clarence thomas and alito descended and quote so this is huge huge news in terms of software and coding law basically. Api's to some degree are now fair. Use and therefore not copyright -able
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"Just goes up more than the other stuff. And that's what i learned. I think that's true for almost all markets. It's like if you believe in e commerce by amazon. Don't buy the guy who might become amazon. So lebron james is the greatest athlete of all time. You go out tomorrow and these moments will go up. His cards will go up as memorabilia will go up a guy like donald mitchell. He's an all star right now. He's he's great but for reach lebrons level is almost impossible and people love another thing. I've noticed people love betting on potential. So if you look at zion williamson prices or luca even yeah launch versus lebron. They're probably like sixty seventy eighty percent of his price. And it's like he's guys have been in the league for one year two years if zion goes down tomorrow. He's never even played in a playoff series. Lebron has like four mvp's and four championships. it's not comparable is not thirty percent more. It's twenty x and people just love betting on a potential ozone's going to be a superstar but they don't realize that that's baked into the price already because everybody thinks that. So you gotta either bet on the legacy guys Lebron steph curry heaven. Durant you know those guys literally those three or finding guys literally. No one's talking about that. No one else things out potential. Or maybe like they're kind of washed up like at the beginning. I like speculating on that. But i think realistically the best return is just buying buying. Lebron buying steph curry saw michael jordan johnson. Michael jordan does not license his rights as a player to the nba players association. Which is why he was never in the video games stuff like they used to have like and i don't know the details of it but these nba two k. And they'd have like number twenty three hundred goals like a blank jersey because they couldn't use his likeness. Okay so straight up. Should we buy for nine forty nine. Is this like i have no idea about any of this stuff so the other nuances with stop. There's different series. You see the serial number like slash fifteen thousand or so that kinda shows you the scarcity of it. So the one. I bought his one of forty nine. If you look at some of these that's fifty nine This one has one of two seventy five so you can kind of do some math narrow and figure out like is this the best value again. It's all sort of speculation. Ratio's like the price to the number of cards available. Yeah something like that like that kind of determines the scarcity right so however many there are that were actually minted. Okay so i personally like this series one stops was the one that used for nine forty nine series two. Yeah but yeah. I think that moment. I believe was was two thousand dollars. I won't point. I remember the height of it. But if you look at it like that then that's a good deal but you see the one next to it is thirteen five. Yeah that's hafer circulating amount so if you look at it that way that might be better value because it's not double the price but it's half of the of the american. Would you recommend buying us. I mean i don't like giving investment advice. But i'd say you're going to buy something then that's not a bad okay. Let's just interesting to hear your thought process about how you look at it. Like i think a lot of dummies like myself are like oh i i'm a warriors fan so by someone from the warriors and that's that's where people losing gambling a lot because they bet on their team not actually who's going to win or beat the spread and so forth..
Justices say accident victims can sue Ford in state courts
"In favor of car accident victims who have wanted to sue Ford. Maybe she's Aaron Khutor ski explains to accident Victims one in Minnesota and one in Montana sued Ford in the states where they're accidents occurred. Ford tried to get those cases dismissed, arguing the states had no jurisdiction because the cars were not manufactured in them. In an opinion written by Justice Kagan, the Supreme Court said, when a company like Ford serves a market for a product in a state and that product causes injury in the state to one of its residents, the state's courts may entertain the resulting suit. Roughly 14% of US
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How to Know Exactly What to Work on in 2021
"One of the biggest mistakes i've done in the past and i've seen a lot of entrepreneurs do is if they have too many goals right they try to achieve too many things and therefore they don't know what to work on. They don't know what takes priority. They say that everything's important. We want to have a bigger market. Share we wanna grow more customers. We want to be more profitable. You wanna have more revenue. We wanna lower costs. They want more free time. They won't more Autonomy they want to hire more people they say all the stuff we wanna do all and this is what makes it difficult to choose what to work on because certain things will help you which one of these goals. But the things won't this makes it difficult for you to know what to work on. Because you don't know what takes precedent what resources you need to spend or us on tasks or projects. It can get really overwhelming. So i want to challenge you as we start this year to reevaluate. What your goal is for this year. A want you to choose one goal one focus for the entire year. I mentioned this before. This is something. I learned from. Noah kagan who was employee thirty facebook and he learned this from mark zuckerberg and facebook. They have a singular goal. Now that goal may change from one year to the next before the year. that's all they focus on one singular goal for them. It was growth for them. When noah was there as employees thirty it was getting as many users on the platform. Now what's great about. This is that any time they make a decision what to work on the just have to ask the question. Does it help achieve their singular goal. If it does they do if they don't they don't now of course it's going to be a lot of gray area in between we'll talk about that in a moment how to evaluate. What are things will get closer to that goal or not but none of this is possible if we have too many goals and it's a lot easier if you just choose one goal now this is where the fun part comes. You get to choose what you want from this year. No remember next year you can choose a different goal but just choose one. What is the one thing that if you achieved it would make twenty two one success for your business. Maybe you want to take home on more profitable. So profitability is our goal maybe actually your array profitable and you're really happy with that level profitability. And now you wanna make your goal reaching more people so growth. If you're let's say your fitness coach you want to double the amount of people impact now as you could see. I'm choosing goals. That are quite broad but at the same time they're specific to a certain outcome so be careful. Don't choose things like. I want to improve my blog. Well why do you want to prove was wrong with the right now. Well i wanted to be like this. Why do you want it to be like this. Well i wanna attract new customers. What's the point of attracting new customers. While i want them to convert wanna grow my customer base so is growth customer growth. Really what you're looking for. That's really the goal because Improving your blog is a task right. It's one of the tasks you my focus on this year to help you with growth but really improving. The blog has an end goal. Really go deep. What's the end goal. So now that we have one goal one focus for the year We make that a big bold statement. This is what we're shooting for. Okay now there's a ton of things you can do to achieve a particular goal. Let's say for example We're gonna use facebook's growth goal. They want to bring in as many users as many customers as possible. They have users because they don't really sell a product they sell advertising. But the point here is that. Let's say you're trying to bring in as many customers as possible now. Remember if that's the goal you're willing to do things to achieve that goal meaning may be lowering your prices to get more customers or running more sales or more offers or doing partnerships or spending money on marketing. See the point here by something. Are you going to spend something to get that ultimate goal so your goals growth. Let's say what are the things that you can do this year in your business to help grow your usery's to bring more customers in one of those things might be. I wanna start a youtube channel. One could be. I want to create a free course on my website so people can opt in get on my email list and convert them into customers in other one might be marketing campaign. Where i'm gonna do weekly deals on my products and services another might be. I'm gonna launch an affiliate program. So i can get to bring in customers for me so these are just a list of projects that you can just do a brain dump in document the title. Today is lessons. What do you work on. But we're really specifically. What are you work on now. Next all that kind of stuff. So i'm gonna tell you what year do with this list if you have a team and if your soul preneurs let's start with team and this is a concept that we borrowed from the people at basecamp jason freed and david hammer hanson or the team members ryan singer wrote a book cults shape up a highly recommended if you're in the software business but it's their way to decide what to work on to improve the product product management but the concepts in there can be applied to any business and while it console wanna share with you today. They'll help you choose. Is this idea of pitching and betting ideas. So for example i wore ninja. We have a goal and we have a list of ideas of ways. We can achieve duggal new features new initiatives all that kind of stuff and people in the management team are responsible for creating a pitch for each idea. So each of us will take on two or three pitches. What does the pitch. It's basically a message aka document Inside a base camp that just really advocates for why we should do this task why we should take on this project so for example somebody might say you know if we want to grow our customers. We have free plan. So they'll you know right up a few paragraphs put some thoughts. Maybe some sketches and say you know what this is why. I think we should work on the free plan I or next. And everybody will do their pitches and will throw them into basecamp which is a project management tool and we'll all read these pictures and then one day we meet together on a video call and we do what's called. The betting table is what they call in shape the bedding table and allows us to bet we get to our for what we should and should not do as a team we collectively say you know what these tasks are the most effective things we can do to get a sore goal and in this exercise as a team we discover which things we should do first second third throughout the year. Because we're gonna work on the things that were going to move the needle. The most i now even if you don't have a team maybe it's just you. Maybe your solar moore. You can still. Do you. Still write down your ideas. Ri- some details about these ideas. Why you think they can help your business. This exercise of advocating for this idea and writing it out. It's not just for fun okay. It's not just to go through the procedure by writing things out it forces you to really think about. Is this really something that's going to help. Not just on the surface ideas on the surface. All seem all k. They seem like good ideas but often when we have to defend these ideas and explain why they can really allow us to achieve our goals or our singular goal. In this case we start to realize Maybe there are other things that are better to do. Maybe not as an effective ideas. I thought it was. Or maybe it's a good idea but it's a nice to have not a must have so even if you are solar newark right down the reasons why these ideas should be implemented and then once we have all these pitches for yourself you can score each pitch from one to ten one. Being least effective and ten is most effective in terms of achieving your goal. This will allow you to at least have a rough way to kind of score each pitch and then order them based on how effective they can be to help you achieve We're looking to do year.
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"They started becoming startup founders because it was cool and interesting all desires mimetic and so the interesting thing was like sometimes they had never failed in their lives and like up will teach you failure like no plan. It's like getting into the ring and getting punched in the face for the first time but the cool thing is like you know some of them. They rolled with it. They're like oh people don't like that. I'll try five other things and they still succeed but the interesting thing was how common it was for people who had never failed in their entire lives. You know some mix of privilege but also frankly just everything was rolled out on a silver gold. Platter for them right. That's like always the top school. The boarding schools like the golden resume. And then they would hit a startup problem and then they like they would cry in office. Hours does like sort of shocked at that. Actually so yeah. It was interesting. It is very important to have a lot more fringe. Diversity and startup founders. And so i think that's something that investors can probably honestly do better at right like here's this capitalist system that like allocates capital two people who come from standard sort of central casting and yet some of the most interesting the weirdest and the best startups come from people who they're just very different will the patriots guidon abilene. Other company was musician. Yeah and then. I guess i'm through a combinator initialized capital. What ideas in the pitches really aren't outliers. That have become rapidly. Grew just with those experiences. Were like story. Seen as people i mean. The other interesting thing is like how accidental some of these things were. The soil and story is kind of hilarious. I mean rob. Rhinehart and matt kabul. They were working on a different start-up they were working on networking hardware and then rob created an online sub reddit and community for this very very fringe thing..
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"So well. We have found worse. Youtube is like we have our million dollar weekend series. Which i don't necessarily like doing those always go viral her pretty then. These case studies of individuals who are super big on youtube. They just hit every time we do. They hit and every time we do other stuff. It's like fifty fifty and we'll have the one. So i want to get a higher return time so what we try to do is to use a weaker core series news over like we can bet on and then one view doesn't experiment and you can even are. You should do three a week better series and you know one every other week besson experiment that such a complaint. I loved the series idea that needs to be nothing. A little tweet of all is like we only live once. I wanna hire return my time. Yeah i generally think about as a disproportionate return on my time because like there's times where we're doing videos. It takes time to do a video so why not try to find the video. That's going to have the largest hospital audience and be behind. the highest. chance of success was reading today. Something about you know. You're better off spending five hours trying to find the one grim solution. Don't give you the five x return than do in the micro activity that we think. We have to check off our list every day. And i think that's so true. It's it's i mean that's how trends went viral right stuck on soil and hot dog carts. You know whatever. It's been a bunch of time coming up with one weird idea sorta catapult on. I think success is boring in the sense. You find that the not worse than you do a lot more of that so it's not as sexy potentially but you know winning is pretty damn sexy in the sense of lightness. You found this article about doing camp are which you know people have been talking about but you wrote it and scrape and it's like just do more of that even do this one again. Yeah it's such an important. I like the syrians idea. It no give me four hundred. Seventy two ideas kept under over time. Do it to compensate. I appreciate you. What else can i do for you if anything. How do you want to wrap this up. What else do i owe you. Here's what actually i would. I would love. Let's figure out some swap thing. We'll do that. But what i really loves that in six months or twelve months when you actually like you tell me. You're like yo. He actually had that call. I don't remember it like no. I don't remember it. And i did some of that shit. And here's what i did in. This stuff didn't work but there's actually like works really fucking well and i'm like dunn's up that's all i check back in six months or even sooner if things working or not working count on it. I can easily do that. I know it's super easy while your man or the woman could senior in fact you take care. That's a wrap. I hope you love the episode as much as i did if you did go subscribed to newsletter cody. Sanchez dot com. It's also contrarian thinking dot substance dot com on a go to cody die. Sanchez dot com next Love him yudo. Let's do an opposite day together. And before you go tweet at me. At noah kagan and let me know what you thought of the episode. Also remember to go scribe to my email lists mobile. The word subscribe. But i don't mumble in my news. That i put my best tips in email every week and exclusive content just for subscribers. That's send fox dot com slash noah and speaking of send fox dot com. If you don't have your own newsletter go to send fox dot com. And today it's free. We made it for people just like you so that you can start building your audience and having a lot of fun said fox dot com. Finally a couple of shots to my amazing team. These guys and girls are phenomenal. Thank you to jason and podcast tech dot com for doing the edits on these shows and make an audio sound so much better than my normal voice they get david mitchell germany and jen from the door team for all that y'all do and finally shot up to a new person in the company luke. Francis are subscription marketing manager when we get these titles while at see props to him for all time high of new plus members of eight hundred eighty nine a month for december twenty twenty. Hope you have an amazing year. And i'm talking about the listeners. And you look to have a wet day. It's raining here in austin. What's your favorite sparkling water drinking this new one. I just hope walking pronouncing h. u. a. acn walking..
Should I create multiple revenue streams?
"On. Today's cuny wednesday. Sheva asks should she sur building multiple streams of income as she starts working and making money online. And just for clarification. You know many people advise this like have multiple streams of income like make money on affiliate marketing but also make money with a product Also make money with the service and also make money through sponsorships and just basically trying to make money in so many different ways as much as possible. Now in theory having multiple streams of income is not a bad idea. It's bad advice. But if somebody told you start a business with this mindset with a strategy i would actually classify that as bad advice when you're getting started your whole goal should be to get a win to get some success to have one successful stream of income often. We don't recognize that our energy is limited. Our attention is limited our times ltd. And if we are spreading our focus against different initiatives at the star it'll be very hard for us to get traction and quickly get a win for our business you're goal should be to be profitable as a business to see something works. You can double and triple down. And then maybe that process in a different stream of income a different way a different product and a different service but a lot of people are trying to get five or six win simultaneously and. I don't think that's healthy. That's not a good use of your time. Your energy your effort. I want you to imagine you have five shopping carts filled with groceries. Okay and these shopping. Carts are all lined up at the start of an aisle in the supermarket. Have five cards five miles. Okay and your goal is to get all these shopping carts to the end of each aisle. Okay you only have a limited amount of energy and time so imagine you go to the first car and you push a little. Maybe a few feet. Then you go to the next car. Then you push the next one a few feet down the aisle then the next car then the next car. And you know maybe some time goes by and none of. The carts actually reached the destination. Never succeed never gets to the finish line damage to the exercise but you know. Instead of focusing on five cards you focus on one car. You spend all your time pushing that card down the aisle you get further down the aisle because you're not switching one car to the next you know wasting your energy on carts you're gonna get further along the i feel because your focus so what. I'm trying to explain here. Is you're going to more of a win if you focus on one thing now. This isn't mean you don't try different things or experiment or you can Do small projects or mvp's to figure out what you wanna do but once you are trying to make money you're putting product out in the market. Once you're past the mvp phase you really have to focus and double and triple down so you can get some momentum when you're starting as an entrepreneur. In my opinion it's incredibly important to get momentum to get a win to really feel a sense of success because that begets success. The helps you get success successful in one area. It's going to allow you to be successful in other areas so crossed the finish line. Some wins earn some income. Be profitable have a successful business. I with a product with a service with something that you really really excel in build the system around build the team around and then you can move onto another stream of income another business another product and do the same thing again. What happens to a lot of people's take this advice. When they're starting they try to build all these streams of income. None of them really move the needle. They make a few dollars here. Few dollars there and they ended up giving up on entrepreneurship together because in total they don't have a significant win because they're switching their attention back and forth from one thing to another they don't have enough resources to hire out and frankly they just get tired is a whole easier for you to gain success and to really have some traction in your business if you focus on one thing once you have a viable product that you know your customers want take the time to improve it to perfect it to have a good sales funnel to get the business to a point where you can start again building system in hiring people around you so they can run it for you so they can run and do the heavy lifting and you can just manage and you can just be the strategic planner of his business and then you can move on again to the next product the next service or something that actually helps her supplements that business if you look at any entrepreneur the has multiple streams of income Very very often. It will mean that they built one before the other for example. If you look. At noah kagan he first started app. Sumo absuing became successful. He took that success and then built another company called sumo dot com which is a software company then took that success and built king sumo and then from king sumo he built other products like san fox and fam but very seldomly. You will see a entrepreneur again doing all of this at once. Even ilan moscow's quote unquote the poster child for multiple streams of income. Who has tesla and spacex and solar city a lot of people forget that hughes one of the co founders of paypal and he was able to fund spacex and tesla with the money earned from people's acquisition. So he focused on alwin. He got a win. I and got some funding. So that's my advice yeshiva. Everybody who's listening. This is going to be a huge huge relief on your stress levels. Now that you can just focus on one thing and just see that thing through the finish line say finish line. I mean a profitable business at. You're happy with the sustainable that allows you to again higher outta team and then move on to the next stream of income.
How Much Money Can You Make on YouTube?
"Youtube is a media monster. It's such a huge platform and such a great search engine for information entertainment education. It's a real live monopoly. Nothing comes close to youtube. Yes there's video but the meals really not there as a source of media people maybe post videos and is very short in the film industry or in the arts but nobody comes close and believe it or not. It's still very early days in youtube. You still can get into youtube and really grow. I still find an astonishing. That youtube is still free. Meaning you can start a youtube channel. You can publish to the platform. You can store videos. You can accept comments. All this is free. And yes their business. Model relies on content. That will create. But you can easily charge a very small annual fee just a stroll. He's videos for crying out loud. But it's still open for everybody for free which is a great opportunity. There's over two billion logged in users every single month on youtube and this statistic is huge eighty-one percent of fifteen to twenty five year olds are on youtube. This means the existing and future generations in the next five to ten years that are spending. Money are on this platform over five hundred hours of video uploaded to youtube every single minute and ask business. Youtube is not going anywhere in the us alone. They made five point. Five billion dollars in revenue in just twenty twenty. So what are your options when it comes to earning an income on youtube. Well the obvious option is to become a creator being a youtuber. Were you publish content on youtube channel and youtube places ads on your video when people watch those ads. You get a bit of money now. How much money. You might be surprised about this figure. But i do research based on other youtubers. I've read forms read. It's an on average for every thousand video views. You can earn between three and five dollars. Why the range will depend on. Popular channel is how in demand. Your videos are Retention rates all that kind of stuff it also depends on the length of the video. How many ads are on that video. All that kind of stuff. But this is just general Barometer for you so if a video gets let's say ten thousand views you're probably gonna make around forty dollars on that video so just off that rough number you might be thinking. Wow that's not that much money that means if a video got a million views which is absolutely incredible. Very hard to do that. Video would earn ten four. To five thousand dollars in ad revenue. Now you can see why youtubers true publish as many videos as possible. The try to get you to subscribe So you can watch those videos reminder to watch those videos the do a lot of seo. They wanna get people searching and finding their videos and watching those it is even if subscribers because their ad revenue dollars count on the fact that people click on videos. Watch the videos watch threats now in order for you to even monetize. Your channel youtube requires you to have a thousand subscribers to your channel. This is a new rule that they place maybe a few years ago When i started on youtube this wasn't there also have to have at least four thousand watched two hours in the last twelve months so you can't just have a bunch of subscribers and Views to another rough estimate. I know noah kagan recently launched a video on youtube talking about How much money the earn on ads in washington. Ads run on his channel and they earn between three to four thousand dollars a month and they have a hundred thousand subscribers around one hundred thousand subscribers and a takes a lot of work. I mean no has been working on his youtube channel four years publishing great grey videos on a regular basis highly produced a well edited very engaging. So if you're looking to make money on youtube as a youtuber solely on ad revenue this has got to be your main game. This has got to be your Dedicated craft where you're trying your best to produce amazing content gray videos gray editing and those who make a healthy income six figures seven figures on youtube the really catering to a large large audience. They're trying to mass a huge audience and often niches that are in comedy entertainment sports tech things that will appeal to the masses. Now if your business is not one of those knee shes don't worry that's not the only way you can make money on youtube ad. Revenues only one way. And it's actually not the one way. I would recommend videos agree to build relationships. It's a good way to start the relationship to educate people to give content I would say second to blogging. Videos are incredibly powerful and it's becoming more and more a seo powerhouse. People search for certain things videos will come up so see youtube as a way for you to get in front of your audience and give them great value in exchange. They're going to check you out. Check out your work. Subscription newsletters Understand what you and take you up on it. A lot of companies have started youtube channels solely on the fact that youtube is so powerful and they can get in front of their audience. Very easily one caveat. Though you're in the video business in youtube you're basically becoming a media company in any kind of investment you're gonna make in content marketing. You need to be consistent. You need to be committed. This means consistently producing great video great content. Then it's a lot of work to create a video so whatever it is whether you decide to create a video every two weeks or every month you gotta stick to it. It's a lot of work in my recommendation is to get somebody dedicated to this on your team or you dedicate yourself if this is something you enjoy doing now. I don't recommend that because you need to run a business so hiring one person to run your youtube channel is the bare minimum in my Estimation you should really have somebody and they could be the talent that could be the person in front of camera. But they're they're the person that has to be responsible for producing these videos on a consistent basis. Very much like podcasting Your youtube subscribers are looking forward to the next release. They are expecting the next piece of content from you and you got to fulfill those expectations and utah will reward you for that consistency for the constant effort to adding to their great content on the platform. And yes you can also monetize and make some Money on the side based on your views but in this strategy your mean goal here is to build a relationship with the larger audience. that's on youtube With people that are searching for certain terms getting them to get your website get on your email lists and continue growing that relationship there so they can become a customer if you want to check out some examples of companies. Have done this really. Well checkout prophet. Well patrick campbell and his team has done incredible job with their youtube channel. Checkout podesta's youtube channel. I mentioned a noah kagan. He's done a great job with his youtube channel. Brian deane from back lincoln. Also a business. That sells seo courses advice. Coaching and he's built an incredible. Seo base channel on youtube.
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
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"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"A failed musician. Was he thirty three years old when when was like he didn't hang on long enough he he have just kept going. You don't like not get a phone call back from a producer and then tell people to go kill people you know. It's just like you keep going go. Do some live. gigs dude. The sort of feted ization of these serial killers. Something that i really do hate really try. Stay away from and discourage people to an and my focus. Why think about it is more about the investigation and the investigators and the victims with the books speeches. Or you're you're giving us each. What do they come. Ask you to imagine what these women like. Oh billy kill anyone lately. Like what are they talk. You don't ask that now. They asked things like things about specific cases. Have you heard about this. K- they ask about when you were working on this case. What made you do this. What made you think about doing that. You know that kind of thing. A lot of them have their own stories stories of one woman. I remember in denver. Her father was killed by serial killer. Yeah just people come up and then during the meet and greet you do like a ten minute q at the end. But then during the meet-and-greet it's just they're just jazzed and something that i missed too. You know i was supposed to go on a book tour on the soft cover. It was going on a book. Tour could be a place. I'd never been before you know a bunch of like Were different places not hitting the same cities that we did on the hardcover. Then covert happened. The the lady in denver say about her father her father was. He was a cop action. He was killed by a guy that turned out to be serial killer in a shootout. Yeah so the case. I want to cover. It's called the cookie. Bandit and Something i wanna wanna definitely revisit at one point but yeah you know and then somebody would come up and then i would always have a notebook with me and say. Please write down your info. I wanna talk to you later or a cookie bennett. I was just a guy that i don't. I'm not sure why he was called the cookie. Bandit but that's originally what they call them. I gotta look back into a bad dude any other cases that come to mind for you for what i don't know i'm just curious. I know you have these wild stories. And then i want to try to understand why people talking to my step that i have a gun at home. I don't blame anyone. But because i think of rain cameras and i see that there's all this crime happening around me which is not necessarily true and the books and the shows i'm like you'll kill and so i bought a bunch of guns. I like put up. All these cameras have deep security at glass the special protector my windows if you try to break it at hold the glass together I'm like no it's common for me. You know makes me wonder like what brings people to that point especially the ones that are not like necessarily out of anger now like hey. I hate this frozen food. Big shrimp over. Yeah listen why people decide to you. Know it comes from anything from desperation you know. They go..
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"No one was noticing but then they really wanna meet a notice them as far as they're concerned i've never read articles. I never commented on it. I wasn't aware of it. But then i saw the people who were liking hitting like articles. Am i really. You worked for me five years ago. I treated you well and now you're gonna like this article. All know is all lies so that started to bother me but it wasn't like anger. It was more like really. I got a little sad about that rather than angry. How do you deal with the sadness or regret. I don't have regret. Because i had enough of that when i lost all my money and i regretted for maybe ten years every single day all day long and now i don't know i built a wall for that or something. I simply do not regret but something like that. I'm usually pretty good where i figure. Okay in twenty. Four hours the troll. Whether i know them we're not going to disappear and i'll be able to move on without thinking about it. This one went more viral than most is one article and it got you know an angry reaction from people who i knew and loved. It really hurt me and then i had another intense project. I was working on. Where completely unrelated. But i had to interview in one week. Thirteen african american leaders about their experiences in america with raised and some of the stories were really intense. So this was how i was getting these intense stories that i couldn't really emotionally react to as part of this what this project was about and at the same time i was getting like you know these ex girlfriend's family members ex employees and then jerry seinfeld like this hero of mine just everybody kind of trashing me simultaneously while i was hearing all these intense stories in this other project and i think that like one of the few times in the past few years that i got a little sad and there wasn't really a way to deal with it. I just kind of wait it out and you know experienced it and wrote about it a little bit and then i got worried i was writing about it too much and then i just had to wait it out and i would say by now. It's largely over. This kinda got to be wild. I'm imagining like santa. i mean. I don't believe in santa but like imagining like someone had idolized like. Let's jeff bezos. Pretty like tweets. I really hate noah kagan. I'd probably hurt. Imagine if he tweeted that. And that's he gave a bunch of reasons and you're.
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"I tell you most people have no clue what they want. I cannot tell you how many times i've done business planning with people in our sit down i say what do you want to be. And what kind of life do you wanna live. They don't have an answer. don't woman. I got clear about who i wanted to be and what kind of i wanted to live. I no longer have to compromise conform to other people's set up who they thought i needed to be not my mom not my dad. Not my sister now. My girlfriend not by chicks. Nobody this is the life i want to live. What is up you beautiful bastards. Your boy tequila aka. Can't lose a noah kagan in today's episode. I talked to. Patrick bet david of value payment. He has one of the largest business youtube channels. Plus this guy also has one hundred fifty million dollars agency business on the side if you've ever to learn about going big in life you're going to love this episode. Here's three major takeaways. You're going to get out and say one knowing where you can win. I really love that part to how to play offensive in your business and in your life and three. What is the patrick. Bet david challenge. I really liked is at the same time. You enjoyed those three things. Plus a bunch more ear nuggets along the way two things i wanna recommend for devon in the show number one checkout pokka apparel aka apparel dot com. They close out of a pokka wool. Pretty interesting. I like their stuff as well. Check out golden ratio. It's a new coffee. I had for my buddy clark. I'm not gonna pay recommend either these. It's drink golden ratio dot com. It's honestly some of the best coffee i've ever had. Also special pre show shadow to listener. Darren sanborn from arizona. Hope you have a nice tan out there man. He left reducing. Noah's podcast is the bomb. I have literally listened to every single episode over the years man. Thank you so much that means a lot. I've been a part of every episode so it's good that we did it together I appreciate you and every other one gorgeous listeners. If you wanna shout out in future up so leave review or send a tweet or an email. Check every single one of them. I guess the question that the first one we can start with softballs. The first question i was like. How do you build one hundred million dollar net worth. How do you build one hundred fifty million dollar network. That's a good question. So number one is. I went through process of raising my own money so one mistakes a lot of people make. Is they start the business and a goal raise money and when they do have to give up forty percent equity or forty five percent equity or not percent equity round one and then by round to route three raising money. You'll end up with thirty percent forty percent and then when you sell you're only getting twenty percent of two hundred million or twenty percent of.
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"You know my first quarter. Panthers ninety seven i think there was like two hundred ten starters at fiber cleanup surprise. But that's what professional cycling was at that level. That was kind of what you were expecting to back. I did a transfusion in two thousand laughs and say strongly encourage what is beautiful bastards. It is your boy. Pickle ball aka. Rabbi can't lose it. A noah kagan. Today's episode i talked to tyler hamilton. Who was eight times. In the tour de france and lance armstrong's former teammate. He has also been on my attainable. This for quite a while and wrote one of my favorite books on biking ever. It's called the secret race. A behind the scenes look at the training in lifestyle of an elite bike. Rider level also exposes some doping stuff. That went on even. If you're not interrupting is an amazing story you can learn more about television. Drew this episode by checking his book the secret race his teaching academy tyler hamilton training or as podcast adventure audio. If you wanna learn how to recover from a public fallout he did admit his doping the mindset of a champion and behind the scenes of elite athletes. You're gonna love this episode. You'll learn at least these three gigantic things number one. What does it take to be a pro athlete so much more than we realize number two. What's it like to ride in the tour de france. I think i'm going to try to make it next year with a lot of doping just came number three. What's it like doping lands and newt. Enjoy those three things plus a bunch more ear nuggets blocking the way before we dive and make sure you check out apps. Sumo dot com. It is the number one side online for software deal so if you are starting or growing in online business this should be your homepage. Go senate for the free news that are at app. Sumo dot com. I'm also doing an insane giveaway. Where i'm giving away my tesla. My tesla make sure you subscribe to youtube. Dot com slash. Okay dork to find out. Also a special pri shadow to listener reader seven from the usa saying the episodes are generous and insightful. Thank you so much for that comment. And i love every single one of you gorgeous listeners. If you wanna shot in a future episode lever review anywhere you listen to online at every single one of them. I'm so excited. Your book is probably the most gifted book. I've ever bought the behind the scenes of just the life of a pro cyclist. With and without the controversy is just like i think i was just so damn amazed what it takes to actually be at the level regardless of all the you know the doping stuff. I was like holy shit nuts. Yeah even the doping like it's still. It's different life from the outside it doesn't you. Don't really get a glimpse of that. But i mean professional psycho about rival. They all notes not very glamorous. sure every july. You're lucky enough to be in the tortoise frantic. Get three weeks. You know attention but it's a difficult life. You're away from your friends and family the majority of this hour. You know you're tired the majority of the time. You're hungry majority the time. Yeah you're always trying to make way for nick raceway to get for me. I think for a lot of is you're always stuck wayne and trim unfortunately in the sport site professional cycling yards. Your ways such a big deal. It's really important. I wish that wasn't the case. So not only. Do you have to train your hair during the day but yet to be super discipline. We've got home after you arrived. Meaning the right thing out. Rest that you know you missed out. Missed a lot of. I remember Catching pardon my sister's wedding than having the jetta to fight a a lot of sacrifices. But yeah i mean it was all worth it. I mean when you add successors are really just wonderful. I'd say ninety nine days. Everyone sounds pretty impressive able to do you know one out of one. Hundred days was great. Yeah those days were really special. Let's say special day like that. That comes to mind like winning. A stage in the tour was committed. I couldn't believe in nineteen ninety-seven in my first tour. I couldn't believe that i was doing this. As in the tour de france actually had a number on my bag. I remember telling my parents like hey come on over come early Finish mrs pavel night personnel retour. So third years professional my first year at the tour de france level. I never thought it was my one and only shot. Malices can gonna get you know but every year copying bigger bigger. My dad was in the bikes. Which i didn't realize 'til recently in the past and i have one of his old bikes. He's stolen. I think from someone which is not a good part of the story. And i've been trying to get someone to steal his bike as part of the keeping it forward but no one's been able to steal it yet. Grew up in austin. I grew up in san jose. California great awesome. That's a good cycle town. You so you know like side and stanford not the dish on those things. I didn't even know about it until i got older. What's that crime. Just to the east of san jose. Look it up the climb outside their race. It's funny the different words and things that are interesting with the all sports and hobbies like i've been meaning wayne. We're in the gravel biking biking mountain biking and mountain biking. It's like oh man. Check out the line. Did you see that line. And then you know as you say with road by gig. it's like oh man climbed. What great was that a miro. But i like riding like riding a town for sure you see. It seemed like it like you've done more into biking. Why yes. I'd say you know. Let's be honest. i think it's a little bit arena routing on the road these days but dangerous or shirt really distracted. Cars definitely the gravel movement. You know when you get on your mountain bike and ride shack. I'll take that too. But yeah you know. Grapples the grading right. That's awesome. I kind of stumbled upon it. Years ago i found with. It's great the opposite of bikers. Kaslo in thought or you know you're stopping looking around. Take pictures Fightback computer just go. Just go just enjoy any tips or advice in it so my goal next year is to bike across america. Yes i've been really getting to that. Like the gear and the training and trend. Not playing too much would get some of the basics. Kind of anonymity adviser suggestions was a great organization. Here in missoula montana venture cycling. You'll be able to get all your maps through them. Check them out. I don't know. I make definitely do some short trips to predate little trips. Just to hone in on their gear. Know you don't really need that much and you don't really realize that you're days and you're like oh why aren't mr that can for you. Have you thought about which you have been looking at a bunch of different youtubers. And i've seen different maps like there's routes through certain historic things. My mom had a good point. Like what matters. Is there anything you really wanna see. Or is there a theme. The only thing. I've decided i want to start in santa cruz or one of my best friendless and my other best friend lives in connecticut. And so kind of figured out those vegas albuquerque and then maybe kind of through tennessee seems just like a state like the whole green mountain region are yeah chattanooga's school. Yeah but i haven't really fully planned. That been doing. A trial runs locally. Yeah bus gear. And i went last week and It was definitely a cluster. Fuck like i didn't have polls for the tenth. So i slept on the ground and then my bags are too big so they were the saddlebag the were rubbing. You know. Just different things like that. Were explore escort and bracelets sleeping new at just enjoy that park. 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Computer Crime Law Scrutinized at Supreme Court
"Finally today there was an interesting tech related case that was argued before the. Us supreme court yesterday it involves a nineteen eighty-six computer crime law that has been used ever since to prosecute hackers and internet activist than the like people have been arguing strenuously that the law is outdated and indeed as justice gorsuch said in yesterday's court hearing the us government's interpretation of the law risks quote making a federal criminal of us all and quote. And yes if you're wondering this is indeed the so called. Aaron swartz law quoting politico. The supreme court on monday indicated serious reservations about the ambiguity and scope of the nation's only major cybercrime law hinting. It may narrow the law's applicability to avoid criminalising acts such as checking social media at work during arguments in a case involving a georgia police officer convicted of violating the nineteen eighty-six computer fraud and abuse act by accessing a license plate database. The justices pushed a justice department. Lawyer to explain how a ruling in the government's favour wouldn't open the door to prosecutions of innocuous behavior those could include browsing instagram on computer or performing public-spirited security research to test a system for vulnerabilities as the first see. Faa challenge to reach the high court. The van buren case generated amicus briefs from a wide range of technology privacy and cyber security experts. Most of them on van buren side a group of cybersecurity. Experts described the faa a sword hanging over the head of researchers who probe computers for weaknesses with the goal of helping their owners fix the flaws. The most controversial ever see faa case never reached a verdict. In two thousand eleven federal prosecutors indicted the prominent internet freedom activists aaron sorts on hacking charges for downloading millions of journal articles using a subscription provided by mit swertz. Then twenty four face thirty five years in prison. He by suicide in january twenty thirteen while awaiting trial. The justices sounded alarm. Monday about the broader reading of the cfe. A justice neal gorsuch suggested that the van buren case was the latest example of the government. Trying to broaden the scope of criminal laws incontestable ways several justices expressed uncertainty about the definitions of key terms in the law such as authorization and they spent a significant amount of time asking both lawyers about the meaning of the word so in one part of the statute quote. What is this statute talking about. When it speaks of information in the computer justice samuel alito asked finding in at one point. All information that somebody obtains on the web is in the computer in a sense. I have a feeling. That's not what congress was thinking about when adopted this law. I don't really understand the potential scope of the statute without having an idea about exactly what all those terms mean li added. The justices also sought more clarity about the consequences. That fisher argued would result from abroad. Reading of the faa alina. Ask fisher to explain how the would criminalize one of his example scenarios. Wait on dating website. Fisher responded that by receiving interested messages from potential romantic partners based on falsified. Wait the user would be obtaining information from a computer in violation of the websites terms of service and also thus these cf a similarly fisher told justice elena kagan checking instagram at work constituted obtaining words and pictures from ones instagram feed and if a company prohibited social media browsing on computers obtaining that information would also violate the cf a bike contravening the employers policy and quote
Amy Coney Barret Tilts The Balance in Divisive Ruling
"A lot for being with us on this day after Thanksgiving. It was right before Thanksgiving late Wednesday. When the U. S Supreme Court The majority said, even in a pandemic You can't put away the Constitution. Now. In New York governor Cuomo says that he issued these restrictions on places of worship. Based on science. And safety. And so this is a fascinating ruling. In many regards number one. It's a big plus for religious freedom. Number two. It was just this past summer. That the Supreme Court ruled basically the opposite. In a case and there's some other cases that are being considered. I believe some cases California, New Jersey, Louisiana, So this is all about the Supreme Court blocking New York's governor from enforcing 10 and 25 person occupancy limits On religious institutions. Courts, the restrictions would violate religious freedom. And are not neutral because they single out houses of worship or especially harsh treatment. Or said there's no evidence that the organizations that brought the lawsuit have contributed to the spread of cove in 19. And this was one of those 54 decisions. With Chief Justice John Roberts. Going along with Justices Stephen Bryer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. And in their descent. Chief justice. Roberts said he saw no need to take this action because New York had revised the designations of the affected areas. Governor Cuomo essentially Said the same thing. Nevertheless, the Supreme Court did rule on it and also in the sending opinion. Justice Sonia Sotomayor said this unlike religious services, Bike repair shops and liquor stores generally don't feature customers gathering inside to sing and speak together for an hour or more. She went on to say justices of this court play a deadly game in second guessing the expert judgment of health officials. About the environments in which a contagious virus now infecting a million Americans each week. Spreads most easily. Those are the words and the dissenting opinion from Justice. Sonia Sotomayor, your Down the majority, and this may be the new power five and this is one of the key developments out of this ruling. A new power five on the Supreme Court. Barrett Gorsuch. Thomas Alito. And Cavanaugh. Three of whom, of course, were Appointed By President Donald Trump in the Majority opinion. Justice, Gorsuch said this, he noted that Governor Cuomo had designated among others, the hardware stores acupuncturists. Liquor stores and bicycle repair shops as essential businesses. That were not subject to the most strict limits. Like these places of worship work. Gorsuch said. We may not shelter in place when the Constitution is under attack. Things never go well. When we do So it Zbig deal for the Supreme Court. It's a big deal for I mean, let's face it all those evangelicals that voted for President Trump. They've got to be doing a victory lap today, right? Maybe you are a swell 51283605 90. If you'd like to be a part of the program here, you give us a call or send us a text on K. O. B. J. It is because Amy Barrett just got on the court. Right, So it's really The first significant indication Of a rightward tilt to the court. And I mentioned this and may and July Supreme Court rejected challenges. Virus related restrictions on churches in California and Nevada. At that time, the Chief Justice John Roberts, Joined the courts Democratic appointees, which of course, then included Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And those rulings they stress that state and local governments required flexibility to deal with a dangerous and evolving pandemic. So The New York Times, Right said. This is just One example of how profoundly President Trump Has transformed the Supreme Court. This New York Times P, says Justice Bharat Help the chief justice of body blow. Casting the decisive vote in a 5 to 4 ruling. On religious services in New York. And New York Times says this is most certainly a taste. Of things to come. About this 51283605 90 here on Caleb E. J. It is an interesting question, right? In the summer time. Even the Supreme Court said, Look You may not like it when these local officials are trying to close the church. But You're dealing with health and safety issue. And there are rights. Given to local officials in the event. Of health and safety issues. Well, not in this case, the governor there in New York, Andrew Cuomo. He criticized the Supreme Court. Or overturning their restrictions. He said It was Morrell Astrit Ivo of the Supreme Court than anything else. He called the ruling irrelevant. Said it would have any practical impact because restrictions Are not in place and had been dialed back well. You know, it's interesting that even in the Opinion. That was written by Sonia Sotomayor, right? When she was talking about The court plays a deadly game and second guessing the expert judgment of health official. Let's stop right there.
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"Every idea and as you become more successful you're going to be inundated by people with opportunities and a lot of these opportunities are fine opportunities and or great opportunities. A you just have to be disciplined because you only have so much energy and time to commit to any one or two things. So he disciplined amarin over one. Alpha dot com. I am alpha m. enemy dot com. Where you can't sign up any evil on the anti email is. I just thought it was really hysterical. You're like hey we make a bunch of our money all of its from this email list and that's what we're big on all my personal stuff. Nah i don't do that exactly next week. You're gonna be having your coffee and to be like Shit yeah i might have been right. Give something something for free. You don't get shit away for free you can just say. Hey i have a newsletter. I'm gonna send you cool updates up for my newsletter. Yeah just starting. Your descriptions cut out twitter. That's not gonna do anything for your business your personal throw that in there. I don't like twitter. 'cause yet requires writing on your little. You could just send a picture of your video. Your thumbnail thumb now and a link to the video. You don't do that when you launch your videos seriously like whenever we launch video now we've tested at the past two weeks. We had a few videos that the email didn't go out didn't work and the video was half as much views as normal. Now i believe it and how many people on your personal list few hundred thousand that sounds like if you add thirty percents open rate five percent. Click through rate or something like that. You have an extra thirty one hundred thousand views. You'd be back up to normal. See but what i don't know about though is because so much is dictated by youtube showing people your video and them clicking through. I just don't know how that affects the algorithm now. Of course you could just tested right. That's simple answer on video but because of a lot of the analyzing that youtube is doing is how many people from the impressions that youtube showing is actually clicking through the video so for me if somebody is apt to watch it on youtube from seeing an impression or popping up on the phone. I want them to watch it there. So that helps soon at youtube algorithm now in terms of you know an email list and how that affects it or how that would work. I have no idea. I mean it can't hurt. Probably but if it takes away from this it could actually potentially hurt. And i don't know that and neither do you. Wow that was kinda harsh. But no i don't know fully i dunno like i mean like i have friends that work at youtube. I could literally find out if you're talking about like your video your if you don't send it you get thousand if you send it you get two thousand or whatever but when you're talking about one hundred thousand or you know. I think the potential upside in terms of a percentage would probably lessen slightly depending on the size. I'm not sure. I don't know. I'm going to test it. But here's the thing. I want a really high click through rate. Sometimes it takes you to fifteen minutes to actually filter and get the email the notification to your phone or wherever it's going to be and filter it to the recommendation engine that uses on your other context and so it takes more than five minutes sunday. I'm going to post this random rogue video as added an extra slot. I needed to fill and so i'm going to send another email on sunday and our after i post this video or do you think it's thirty minutes thirty minutes anything. Under an hour's i think thirty is better because youtube anyways. I don't know the algorithm personally. All right so you're going to. I'm going to check in with you sunday. Then if if it actually significantly helps. I don't owe you a dollar. We'll just call it. Even i'm gonna say and then you're gonna probably start collecting emails on your descriptions heli. No but he talking about maybe shit. This works this game. Changing the even. I don't how can you not emailing out for your sponsors like. Hey here's today's video was sponsored by these guys because then you're going to drive a shit ton of like potential customers. They're going to be like holy shit. The roi's high ideas wipe up statistically for them. Yeah dude i'm just saying swipes. Small swipes are nothing if you could email out to hundreds of thousands of people and then drive them that then you could probably double your sponsorship rates. Now i'm about to wet my pants. I literally run into wet my pants. Hey it has been amazing. Thank you sir. Hey send me this. When when we're done now at you're you're a rockstar. And i am so fortunate that i was able to hang out with you for a few hours twice now. So thank you so much brother brother beasley could senior. what's wrapped. I hope you loved the episode as much as i did if you did go checkout erin at alpha m. on youtube his glass companies enemy dot com and all of his other products. You can see at aaron marino dot com next texter for new love him doubt. Let's go buy some clothes and make a youtube video together. And before you go tweet at me. At noah kagan and let me know we thought of this episode. Also remember to go subscribe to my email. You probably are so you can skip this part. But if you're not. I put my best tips into a single short email. Each and every week and hookup exclusive content just for email subscribers that sinn fox dot com slash. Noah finally a couple of plugs. Noone can i say that to my amazing team. They jason podcast dot com. I don't know how you're still available at the price. You are for me but everyone else go higher for your podcast and editing. Thank you to david mitchell. Jimmy gen from the door team and a final out to chelsea laura. 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"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"Wheat with money US during a gap year to learn about entrepreneurship. It was very much like focused on solving my own needs and what I wanted and not at all like a top down like who's the weakest publicly traded company and I can try and take down. You know you seem like he has a bill for an entrepreneur. You joined APP Sumo Eighteen Twenty one wanna think, yeah. How did your parents encourage you and your brother because it seems like you guys had some unique things grown up with that. They did honestly, my my parents are my mom likes state mom raised seven kids. So God bless her. Thank God if not quarantine was seven yeah Oh my God now. That my dad was an accountant for most of his career and so for me I think I had like a crazy year in two thousand eight where I went to college like my family moved from Irvine DC philly basically, all these things happened and I was reevaluating what I wanted to do with my career and was like Judas nate the financial crisis. Is happening I was like I don't think I really WanNa do this sort of normal career path thing So started looking in entrepreneurship and I loved it and a bunch of people learned a bunch and so I think when Nick was, my brother would nick was coming out of high school. He was like I think I want to do that Hatton's. Go down the normal college for prevent. It also helps like he was interested in entrepreneurship when he was in high school and we started working on kettle and fire and I had him apply for the thiel fellowship and he got in like eighteen with Kevin. Fires. This thing yet this is like the second class of the deal. What do you recall your time sumo starting to think about that because you're you know you're really early on and I think it didn't work out what you recall. How did you deal with it afterwards? Are you know proceed afterwards whatever all I think you just hired like, Susan to help a run it, it was just a moment of transition where like I was there full time I was like just a contractor working on the mid marketing course I a lot of change like it was. Okay we're GONNA. Do this thing we're going to try and be like Amazon for digital products and then it was like well, actually written do this. Just. Like changed a lot of times from a strategy standpoint which was twenty two at the time. So it was like it was cool getting the meet a bunch of people learn a bunch talks people in the industry and know like if that was normal or a startup which it turns out very much fits. So yeah, I ever got a lot of like direction changes and then I went work with Jonathan Seagull and then I think shortly after I like Winter Work Jonathan, you guys changed direction I think like cut down the number of people. Company, but the team has don't like Johnson Anton Roux for is I remember them all the still great. I still chat still my partner day it's interesting I. Think one thing that you said that I think a lot of people could do is like how do you pull yourself not in a chaotic environment but kind of fast growth environment and I mean you've been fortunate not just adopt sumo but even to create your own and it I, got it with facebook and men you know these other experience it's a unique experience..
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"The stuff with families. Always. So interesting like with my mom, the role that I've always played is like it's all good. Don't worry. I'm good. It's very difficult for me to tap into the other space being like, I like ask. You might have caused a lot of those. It's impossibly difficult to raise a person a human and I think once you start taking responsibility in implementing forgiveness in Ova interesting as adult. Now it's up to nobody else but me and I think once you take the step of stop blaming other people and actually like taking responsibility for. Is, when actually starts change What is up you? Beautiful Bastards as Your Boy King Taco Aka Rabbi can lose AK. No Kagan in today's episode I talked to Matt Danger from Yes. Theory these guys in less than a few years have created one of the largest channels on. Youtube doing insane challenges including getting will smith the Bungee jump from a helicopter over the Grand Canyon living off tinder dating in Europe and many many more I expected to talk with mad about their business and growth. But this episode had a wade different term it was way. More, behind the scenes of what it's like the rest of the time when they're not putting out content if you want to improve yourself and listen to deeply personal conversation, you're gonNA love this episode. Here's four gigantic things you're gonNA take away number one mats, depression stuff and opening up about MDA therapy number two discussing his vow of celibacy three having awesome co-founders in people you work with and for what would be the Matt yesterday challenge. It involves a car enjoyed those four things plus a bunch more your along the way..
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"Take everyone here would consider themselves nice people because it's just a reaction by light you. I'll be nice you by agree with you will be nice you. If you drop something I'll probably go and pick it up. But like if nice is like a reactive thing, doesn't kindness is a practicing. Nice happens like if I have time but kindness happens like if I intentionally make the time, I don't have to necessarily like you to be kind to you off to agree with you to be kind you. You shouldn't have to drop your stuff for me to like help you in some way I do have to wait for bad stuff to happen in this world. So we practice making people feel good. What is beautiful bastards editor Green Chili. AK- rabbi can't lose a no Kagan in today's episode I talked to Houston Craft of character strong. So I gotta be real with I was not expecting much out of this conversation. Sorry. HOUSTON. But Wow, I was totally wrong. This guy is an amazing storyteller actually gets paid three to five figures her speech on building character and he speaks in schools and it's just a really kind guy not a nice also has a new book out that I've bought called. Deep kindness that I do recommend that you check it out as well. If you WANNA be kinder and more fun person plus have a lot of smiles, you'll love this conversation. Here's three gigantic things. You're gonNA, take away number one how to give amazing speeches number two ways to be kind, and it actually influenced me right after I had this conversation with him and number three. How does he actually make three to five figures per speech enjoy those three things plus a more it's along the way. Before we dive and make sure you are subscribed to my youtube channel at Youtube Dot, com. Okay. Dark already subscribe though so you can just get this part but if you're not a post two to three juicy business videos to help you on your journey at Youtube, dot com slash dark make sure to subscribe..
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"So when you get into an argument with someone at knows you really well, sometimes, they will say something that feels very hurtful because they were being very kind in that moment, but there's usually a kernel of truth in it like you feel like. You're like this. We get very young in those moments when things escalate I think it's so much easier to see yourself in other through the Lens of other people's stories and as somebody to say you do this you're like this. But if you read about this in a book and you see people stories, you say, Oh i, Kinda do that. It's like it's not so direct where some Zane you are doing this but you notice it for yourself because I think that the truth that help us the most of the ones that we come to little by little on our show. Would, tell tells you to do something or tells you to change it's not as bad as when you say oh wow, that's me an Oh my God. I didn't realize I do that but I Totally and I really want to be conscious about changing be intentional guttridge. Two things one what is an observation? I've noticed become single recently and I did love your book I. Read It Years Ago. I didn't even realize I. was US well, the Mary him the case for selling Mr Good I didn't realize you until recently one of the things I realized lately is going to my people I respect. So they're not giving me idiot compassionate Gimme wise compassion and I said, Hey, in moving. Forward and relationships. What feedback do you have for me from people I, trust the from your observations that you think will help lead to better relationship and I think one of the key parts that I'm asking does the person I trust he wasn't I'm asking for the that help answer what I was saying about that is that such an important point because so many times when people bring something to us we don't. Know, what they want. So if you can save the top of a conversation, what are you want from me in this conversation like when you go to your friends the stuff? Wanting to troubleshoot with you are you wanting me to problem solve with how do you want me to make a decision for you? Do you want a hug? Do just want I just want to feel understood what do you want from me and this is where so many people get frustrated with each other because they're cross purposes in the conversation. So it's great that you're very clear when you go to these friends I, want your. Advice I, want your pieces of wisdom and then people can give you that. But so many times to get frustrated with the person that we're going to because we never told them what we wanted and they offer us something thinking that that's what we want, and then we feel like this is so not helpful. I run a company and then one of my things I do for fun is teacher help people start businesses and overcome fear. Which I think a lot of what you help people with fear of things and lately what I when they asked questions, I'm my phrases like how can I really be helpful for your question because I can tell you what I would do but what do you actually want help on because sometimes it's like I just want you to refer this person..
The relationship between Justice Scalia and RBG
"Lies in state in the Capitol today, the first woman ever given that honor in the first Supreme Court justice since William Howard Taft and he'd also been the president. Justice. Ginsburg's casket was at the court for two days for people to pay their respects, including President Trump, and the first lady booed when they got there. The president has had nice things to say about Justice Ginsburg since her death, you may agree. You may not disagree with her, but he was an inspiration to a tremendous number of people. I say all Americans, and now, he says, it's his job to fill that seat on the court. I think it's very important that we have nine justices. And I think the system is going to go very quickly. The president plans to announce his nominee tomorrow. Joe Biden, and a lot of other Democrats say he should fill that seat if he wins the election in light of Republicans blocking President Obama from filling a seat in an election year, the seat President Obama would have filled incident. Scalia's went to Neil Gorsuch instead of Merrick Garland. For all the fighting. There's been over Justices Scalia and Ginsburg in life. They were very good friends. People always find it surprising that they were such good friends, Christopher Scully's the Eighth of Incident. Scalia's nine Children. There's a new collection published of his father's writing called The Essential Scalia. Their friendship went back. Really to the early eighties, when they were judges together on the D C circuit Court of Appeals, which is kind of like the second most important court in the country, and they they had a good working relationship that which really started back then they would help each other revised their drafts and their opinions. Apparently, the other judges on that court really didn't like getting advice about their writing and how to improve the clarity of what they're writing in the force of their arguments. But Justice Ginsburg liked getting and receiving that kind of advice, and so did my dad, and they formed what he called a mutual improvement society during their time on the court there. And And they had other things in common. They were they had similar backgrounds and that they were both New Yorkers grew up in New York around the same time, different boroughs but around the same time and shared a love of opera. Good wine eating good food. Both of their thousands were excellent cooks. Marty Ginsburg, in particular, is kind of a legendary cook, who would put together wonderful meals every New Year's Eve and they would celebrate New Year's Every every year is well. So you know, despite all their differences, and all the many things they disagreed about, including a number of opinions in this collection. They had a wonderful friendship were able to kind of focus on the things they had in common. Your dad in Justice Ginsburg, I don't know the statistics on how often they concurred or dissented on cases. But I imagine that they disagreed. Maybe as much as any two Recent justices have my right. Yeah, I think that that sounds right. I don't know the statistics, either. I think people would be surprised by how often they agreed with each other. But on the real hot button cultural cases, they often disagreed one of her most important, most famous opinions. Was Virginia Military Institute case from the mid nineties. And my My father wrote a dissent to that case, which is in this collection, the essentials, Scalia and it was hey actually gave her the draft of that descent a little bit earlier than one usually does just so that she would have more time to kind of Deal with it and grapple grapple with his arguments. And and, yeah, some of his most staying the sense we're in response to opinions. She didn't necessarily right but but joined, And I think that's probably true. Vice versa. Tell us very about the big bouquet of roses she got from him. My dad would get her roses for her birthday and I guess the Ah, I think the last time he did that. So the year before he died, one of the editors of the Essential Scalia Judge Jeffrey Sutton was visiting my father in chambers on on Justice Ginsburg's birthday. And he saw that my dad had two dozen roses for Justice Ginsburg and Judge Sutton started teasing Dad saying, You know, I haven't even gotten my wife two dozen roses over the course of our entire marriage. Why would you do this? And besides, When was the last time she cited with you on a really important 54 decision? You know, he's poking fun, You know, not not really being serious, but My dad gave a serious answer, which was some things are more important than votes. As I think I just kind of a great encapsulation of their of their relationship of their friendship they had they had Very different opinions of politics and of their jobs as a zoo judges and of what laws, men and with the Constitution, man. But, uh, how they voted wasn't the biggest factor in their relationship. It wasn't that those opinions didn't matter. And it wasn't that they compromised their beliefs for each other. But they didn't let those very strongly held beliefs undermine their very deep friendship collection of Supreme Court. Justice Antonin Scalia is writing sort of like a greatest hits album. It's opinions and other writing about the law and the Constitution again called the Essential Scalia. This is really just a collection of his greatest Legal writings, opinions, speeches, essays and they collected together give a really good sense of white. Exactly. He was such a significant Supreme Court justice on it. They're having in one collection really makes it tangible for anybody understand that we'll just as a legal reference work. You've got to think it's going to end up being bought by or four A lot of lawyers and judges know absolutely in law students. I hope you know that he he wrote. Clearly, he wrote, Hey, had so many memorable phrases and his opinions. His logic was so strong and convincing that people just kind of they often went to his opinions first. And so it's good for people to kind of have that as a resource to keep going to those opinions. Even you know, even after His passing is also besides the legal community. It's also like you said. It's very readable, even for non lawyers for just a general interest audience who might, but he was just simply a very, very good writer. Yeah, it's exactly right. He hey, wrote. For? I guess we would now call it out of transparency. You know, Even when he was writing Supreme court opinions, he understood that they should be understood themselves by everyday citizens, not just legal eagles and people with legal degrees. He kind of a recurring theme of his opinions. Is that people should know what the court courts are doing and people that the court should not usurp power that properly belongs to the people. And I think that kind of reverence for the Democratic order is is kind of manifest in his in the clarity of his writing a lot of times if he had a vote, a personal vote on how a case would turn out it may or may not a lot of times did a line with how he ruled, But sometimes it probably wouldn't have right. Yeah, I think that's true. And that's especially true in one example is when he sided with the majority in a flag burning case. The majority ruled that, um, it was constitutional sorry from burning the flag was constitutionally protected speech under the First Amendment so prohibiting that in the state law was unconstitutional. My father often explained that he did not like Three idea of flag burning. If he were a king, he would ban it. But clearly to him falls under the protection of the protection of the First Amendment, and a lot of conservatives to this day do not like that opinion. My father thought the Constitution was clear about that. There are many examples in this collection, the essential Scalia of instances in which he stands up for the rights of the accused defendant's rights. There's a famous case in here where search and seizure cases as well there a couple of those in here where he just thought, you know the police do not have authority, for example, to use Scans of houses, Tio identify Marilou who was growing marijuana without that was an illegal search examples like that s so if he could just pass a law That was one thing, but actually sorry, there couldn't be even be lost for that because they so clearly violated the Constitution, even though obviously he wouldn't have approved of those particular actions. Sure. Hey, was also notice the talker during oral arguments. He has asked a lot of questions and clearly sometimes, though, they weren't really questions. They were just arguments he was making to his fellow justices. Do you think he went into most cases with his mind made up based on the briefs, and the president is a bad thing, but not usually the case. I think that the justices, you know, I can't say for certain, but my hunch is that they often have to go in with a pretty good idea, but I think for the most part, they do ask questions, not just Not just to be heard or not just to make arguments, but because they want to really engage with the arguments that the lawyers are making in the forward to this collection, Justice Kegan first of all, very happy that she agreed to write this beautiful forward, But she she says that she says just that, you know, Dad would ask these questions because he loved argument and kind of loved mixing it up. It wasn't just kind of wasn't just for show though he did. I think you're right. He was very kind of an engaging speaker and There was some study years ago that that found he was. He was the funniest justice by the standards of he drew the most laughter from the courtroom during oral arguments, which obviously isn't the most important thing to do, but just shows how much he he enjoyed that process that love for debate. Did it? Was it a two way street was? Was he persuadable? Absolutely. That's something justice Kagan mentions in her forward. She doesn't say when she ever changed his mind, but says They change each other's minds at times. Well, Christopher Scalia, It was great to talk, Teo, The book is called The Essential Scalia on the Constitution, the courts and the rule of law. Chris Scalia. Really good to talk to you. Thanks so much, Thanks so much appreciate your time.
"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
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"kagan" Discussed on Noah Kagan Presents
"Blue like jazz was a book that I wrote when I was twenty nine in it sold over a million copies I still agree with everything's but I know if I read it, I would think one thing more than anything else I would think you were such an absolute complainer and went. So these days I would I would have written a completely different book that wouldn't have sold as. You know I'm not sixty I a decade to go I get anywhere near that but I'd rather be a hypocrite than to stay the same person forever and so I'd rather have written blue jazz rather than say we'll I'll wait till I'm sixty, and then we'll see how I feel about this last season tickets. Okay to go ahead and speaker voice now. What does that be sexy Bastards Editor Boy Kay Gang Aka rabbi can't lose a Noah Kagan in today's episode I talked to one of my favorite authors of all time. Donald Miller. So I've spent the last two years trying to get him on the show so I can introduce you to and we finally made it happen. Don's books have spent more than a year on the New, York Times Bestseller, and my favorite one of all time is a million miles in a thousand years. He's also the CEO of story brand, a marketing company that. Works with charity. Water berkshire-hathaway Chick-fil-a in a bunch more on their brand messaging. Here's three Ganic things you learn in his episode. It's one of my favorites number one. What does it mean to live a full life of Hail? Marys. In White's the only path to live an interesting life number two, how you can create meaning in your own life especially for going through a tough time and three, the mindset you need to develop. If you want to write a bestselling book enjoyed those three things plus a bunch more, you're nuts along the way..
Why Mitch McConnell is unstoppable
"The reality is in the Senate right now, it takes just simple majority to advance any presidential nominee Paul Kane is the senior congressional correspondent for the post whether it is to some random commission overseeing the Great Lakes or the Supreme Court of the United States of America, and that has left the minority party with very few options. The reality is that there's not a whole they can do. and. What are some of these theories that we have heard of that Democrats could do or that people think the Democrats could do right now oh, there's this thought of if you impeached someone anyone bill bar or in the trump again and sent to that resolution across the capital that it would instantly stop all other action and forced them to hold an impeachment trial. You know I got an email from a reader asking about they could just deny unanimous consent blocking unanimous consent is something that blocks the action from taking place and basically would make the voting process go much more slowly. Yeah. But there are provisions. Already in line for how to deal with those things, you file something called a cloture motion. That's the that's the way you blocked a filibuster defeat filibuster and yes, it'll take three days to overcome that process but think of it this way if there really were away for this minority party to block this Supreme Court nominee then Mitch McConnell would have thought of it in the eight years that he served as minority leader and was considered the obstructionist in chief. He was considered the greatest structure in the history of the Senate blocking Brock Obama at every possible way if there were ways for digital block Supreme Court. Nominations of Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan from the minority position McConnell would have done it but he couldn't do it, and then I've heard these ideas that potentially if Democrats were to win control of the Senate in November, and if there were to be a Democratic president that there's this idea, you could pack the court afterward, you could just change the number of justices that there are on the Supreme Court and increase them. So you could have two more. Democrat appointed justices or you could have four more. Well, that is a the that is something that can legitimately be done in the legislative process. There was no. Foundation in the constitution that set the number of surpreme. Court justices at nine. It started with six justices the chief and five associate justices an grew over the years and you know to be sure you know the considered the greatest Democratic president of all Franklin Delano Roosevelt tried in the nineteen thirties to pack the court and very infamous way and eventually was shot down and the reality is if Democrats were to go through the couple year process of adding justices to spring court that would immediately be met in return with Republicans. Next time they have the power and you know we just would go back and forth by. In twenty years, we might have twenty one justices and also probably need support from actual democratic leadership, and this seems like something that Congressional leadership isn't that interested in something that Joe Biden has said that he straight up doesn't think should happen Yeah Biden had got a little bit cagey the other night when he was asked about it in a local interview I think it was in Wisconsin and he basically said that he didn't want to answer the question because of the answers the question. Then that's GonNa change the. Discussion and what Democrats are trying to do right now is to avoid these. These are processed fights. I know that there is a bigger bigger goal at hand here in terms of overall policy and how that policy is reviewed at the supreme. Court. But most of the public tunes this stuff out because they, they hear things about over Republicans are being hypocrites and well like eighty nine percent or more of the public says, yeah, they're all hypocrites no big deal and they really want to try and focus this fight politically. On, what the impact of trading in Ruth? Bader GINSBURG. The most iconic liberal justice of the last twenty five years for a very staunch conservative jurist like amy, Coney Barrett like that is the biggest ideological jump that the court would have seen since thurgood Marshall was replaced by Clarence Thomas They WanNa make this fight politically not about these seemingly random efforts to put more justices on the Supreme Court and they want this fight to be about the impact on the affordable care act on voting rights on clean air clean. Water
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US high court denies bid to restore Greens on Montana ballot
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the Supreme Court denies a Republican bankrolled effort that threatened to siphon votes from democratic candidates in Montana the U. S. Supreme Court has denied a bid by the Montana secretary of state to restore Green Party candidates to the November ballot Republican secretary of state Corey Stapleton filed a motion Monday to stop a state Supreme Court order that granted the request of more than five hundred sixty people to remove their names from ballot petitions justice Elena Kagan died Stapleton's motion the Republican Party bank rolled the one hundred thousand dollars signature gathering effort and violated finance laws by not reporting it the Montana Green Party did not support the effort hi Mike Rossio
Supreme Court temporarily blocks felons from voting in Florida
"The U. S. Supreme Court is allowing the lower court order to stand preventing convicted felons from voting in Florida. Fox's Jared Halpern Supreme Court justices there leaving in place an appeals court decision stop voter registration of former felons in Florida who cannot pay fines or fees. It's a setback for former felons with an upcoming primaries in the November 3rd presidential election Justice Sonia Sotomayor or dissented along with Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan. Arguing the court's order prevents thousands of otherwise eligible voters from participating because they're poor. Florida has a July 20th voter registration deadline for primary elections scheduled for August.
Supreme Court rules against 'faithless electors'
"Today. A unanimous decision on rogue electoral college delegates is NPR's Nina Totenberg reports the court without dissent. World states have the power to remove electoral college delegates who refuse to cast their votes for the popular vote winner in their states. In 2016 7 Electoral college delegates went rogue, casting their ballots for someone other than Hillary Clinton, the candidate. They were pledged to support in Colorado. The so called faithless electors were removed and replaced on the spot and in Washington state. They were fined. The delegates challenge the state laws in court, contending that under the constitution, they have discretion in casting their votes. But now the Supreme Court has unanimously disagreed. Justice Elena Kagan writing for the court. Declare that neither the text of the Constitution nor history is on the road. Delegates side Nina Totenberg
7 Tools That Will Help Push Through Tough Times
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U.S. Supreme Court lets states bar insanity defense
"Them states are being handed a win by the U. S. Supreme Court when it comes to the issue of insanity justice Elena Kagan wrote the ruling that addressed the case of a Kansas man who killed four people including his estranged wife James caller wanted to use an insanity defense but Kansas got rid of that option and Kagan said the court would decline to require that Kansas adopted insanity
Maryland hits pause on controversial wireless network to transmit voter information
"Maryland Maryland is is hitting hitting paws paws on on a a controversial controversial voting voting set set up up involving involving a a wireless wireless network network Maryland Maryland state state board board of of elections elections officials officials said said the the wireless wireless network was designed to speed and smooth the transmission of information from whole books straight to the boards Annapolis offices during elections but on Tuesday during the special primaries slow downs were reported at a number of polling places the wireless network was blamed state senator Cheryl Kagan who was critical of the system and introduced emergency legislation making the network unnecessary Maryland matters reports that when the state board decided it would not require the use of the network in April and November taken issued a statement saying she was relieved state elections board officials do say however they may want to use the network in the future
Democratic candidates go head-to-head on the Supreme Court
"I want to turn to the Supreme Court the balance on the court and the issues before the court right now president trump in just the last twenty four hours saying we've appointed one hundred ninety one federal judges to Supreme Court justices keeping his campaign promise to ship the court to the right with new Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh before it'll characters at the court climate change is working its way to the court and a major abortion cases on the docket this year but president Biden on the issue of abortion in twenty twelve you said president Obama's two Supreme Court pics of them there was no litmus test we pick people who an open mind did not come with an agenda and you said before we both believe that we should not apply Nero litmus tests to appointees to the Supreme Court but I also let me just let me just ask would you do it differently as president Mister vice president whether be a litmus test for say the rest of what I said I said that we are not not appoint anyone who did not have a view that on a new rate right suggested in the constitution that's not a specific test is a generic chest and only way the only reason women have the right to choose is because it's a term that there's underwriter rights coming from the ninth amendment in the constitution that's what I said I was I was part of the reason why Elena Kagan a work from beyond the Supreme Court I was part of the reason why Ruth trader Ginsberg is on the court I was part of the reason why certain wears on the court issued for me and hi to reside and I'm the reason why this right wasn't taking away a long time ago because I almost single handedly made sure the Robert Bork did not get on the court because he did not think there should be no right right on right for let me just straight Mister vice president I am aware of what you said is which is why I'm asking would you do it differently now would there be a litmus test on abortion yes there's a deal litmus test on abortion relates to of them fundamental value the constitution a woman does have a right to choose I would in fact if they ruled to be unconstitutional I will send to the United States con the Senate will pass I believe a bill that off that that that should be legislates Rovi way to Dodge adjusted by Casey it sure is a woman's right to do that and if you call that listens to us as a litmus test but what I was talking about the passer know which gets confused here is if there is no if you if you read the constitution very very narrowly and say there are no own enumerated rights of the judges say in the constitution doesn't exist you cannot have any of the things I care about anything I care about is a progressive members United States Congress at the time and as vice president as a member of
Iran rocket attack on Iraqi military base injured 11 US service members, official reveals
"Eleven US troops were injured in the Iranian missile strike on two Iraqi bases housing U. S. troops earlier this month launched in retaliation for the killing of a top general out of abundance of caution some service members were transported from Alice Saudi air base in in Iraq to a regional Medical Center in Germany others were sent to a camp in Kuwait hi for follow follow on screening I according to our colonel miles Kagan's so is spokesman for the US military command in Baghdad when deemed fit for duty the service members were expected to return to Iraq following screening now you see this is this made it sound like it just happened bite closures right this is the missiles that were launched last week in retaliation for are the the the United States I'd killing one of their top generals and so when they said no U. S. service members were injured it turns out that may not have been true eleven US troops injured in the Iran missile strike on a rocky bases and so you have to believe they had somebody was trying to cover this information up so we weren't going to retaliate against around so at least some of the service members were thought to have suffered concussions in the attacks according to separate unnamed official about a week after the attack some service members were still experiencing some symptoms of concussions and we only got wind of this in the last twenty four hours the trump administration previously had stated that no US or Iraqi casualties reported after the attacks which occurred days after the U. S. airstrike I killed dive Solomonic soul mate so he was the head of the Iran's quids force discourage for tract ge force anyway to president trump addressed the nation following the strike stating that Iranian forces were backing down and indicating that further military action would not be taken unless provoked by around five this is where it gets complicated president trump said if there were any injuries or any debts because of those missile strikes the United States would retaliate I'm severely retaliate against Iran and hit so many sites that it would take them according to Donald Trump he said this it would take around thirty years to recover from the strikes that were planned on a