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"keri" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth

"And she was absolutely right. It was incredibly eye opening because what I discovered was that I was spending ten hours a week on email and calendar. And that is, you know, working 40 hours a week. That's a fourth of your time, right? Yeah. And so I did then hire someone who is an expert and you might not realize that there are people who are experts in handling your email and calendar. They are so efficient and so organized that they can really, really help you. And she has saved me probably even more than ten hours. A week. And I've been working with her for a year and a half now. And I can't even tell you how much smoother my life is as a result. So the thought that immediately comes to my mind is, how do you find the one that's right for you? Yeah, and that isn't easy. I will tell you that. And hiring staff hiring team members on any level. It's not an easy process. And one of the things that I've heard over and over again and I now actually put it into practice myself that I highly recommend is hire slow fire fast. So what does that really look like? So hiring slow. First of all, don't just hire someone that someone else recommends highly. Because just because somebody else thinks they're really good and they're really a good fit for that person doesn't mean they're going to be a good fit for you. Yeah, you might want to interview that person, but my rule of thumb is to interview at least three people, okay? But before you even get to the interview process, you want to step through a series of things like really think about what is it that you want this person to do, what kind of personality traits do you need, okay? What kind of personality traits are going to be good for you? So for example, this woman, her name's keri, that I hired to do my email and calendar. We're nothing alike. Absolutely nothing alike. That's a good thing. Because I'm not organized. I am a chatterbox. I'm all over the place, and she's just the opposite. And so she can reign my stuff in and support me in that way. So really think about, do you want somebody that's like you for some reason? Or do you want somebody who has the opposite traits that you have? And then what kind of personality do you like.

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"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

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"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Listened to nix. monday morning. Podcast that he talked about. Just that topic. Frankie dettori's reconnection with godolphin and it was on display this weekend in toronto. As was nick lock himself for the first time at woodbine and teo nick morning morning stephen. No time either. I wish i made it to woodbine before this week. This authority enjoyed it. What a what a great place. Great people very impressed with the track and Yes it was the the frankie dettori shug so Let's go out really i was. I was.

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"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"And he can't find the wind sock. And i'm looking at the cry jockeys often i finally. I'm telling me just put it down there. Put it that like there was a sensitive field right. You put it down and all of a sudden. Here's state troopers and police like. We landed on private property adjacent to to delaware park. I'm gonna like sprint through a field to get to the jockey's room And then they were nice enough. The troopers gave me. And neil a ride over to the races real quick when we explain what was going on but he could find a way to talk. It's pretty funny. We're finding orlando landing at some. You know the wrong field. The here that occasionally. Oh yeah well the same couple of jockeys go into the wrong place Getting out go into a cab and going to take me to the track and they go to the track. He goes to the clerk's because they i ride here today. You don't right here. Jackson's are we supposed to get another plane and go to detroit where those six ads for nothing. In fact fairly recently somebody got. Somebody ended up on a flight and ended up. Got on the wrong plane and Listen dick santa got an dear friends. He goes out to ride a horse. Another refit won the vosper on him in the The malibu and no no no some other races the race was at hollywood park and the he got out at lax. Which isn't far from hollywood park and he goes. You said you know. Take me to the track. And the guy drove him to santa anita. Gets you need of this no races and it costs the mike two hundred bucks to get there and he was raised in. Oh you met the other tracking. Get cost of mike ridiculous amount of money. He made it tillerson run into good but he lost money on the deal. I gotta use that with. I gotta use that with nick. That's great. that's funny. I was supposed to go ride the michigan mile. An eight heated landed in ohio. He was supposed to get on another flight there to detroit. He walked out to the curb. Take track took him like this'll down and he was like i ride today. You know the year you don't and they they actually were able to get them another fight. You got there in time to funny i well. And of course the late this the stories about the late randy romero and his ability to find Anything you're coming back from meadowlands. Right i don't know i don't know So we're gonna drive to meadowlands together. I'm driving we leave belmont. I you know we ride. We get done and it's like midnight we get to garden city and i'm a guy anyway. Do you live in shit. I don't know. I never been here in. The dark will be having address. Because no i think it's over there and he starts trying to. We drove around for half an hour as saran. This is ridiculous and it was before cell phones. Couldn't call his wife so we go to seventh street in garden city. We use the pay phone. He calls home. Nobody answers now. he's upset. I'm mike and just come to my house. I have five bedrooms. Go to sleep in the morning. It'll be light you'll recognize it. I'll take you home. And he's like no. No i i gotta get home except finally called again. Cricket answer she came and met us picked him up to he could not figure out how to get home. I love randy but that that was him that that i've heard i've heard this in different guises gary tells a story to about have bought him asking gary. Can i follow you around racetrack. Though he knew that was her sure for the life of me. I'm i'm i'm vamping. Try to i. I want to say that. Maybe it was was jemaine. Bridge may i. It wasn't sean. I somebody in the last four or five years. Somebody got Forgot or either either went to the wrong on the wrong plane. Somehow i i'll i'll give you one more of these that's not really a. It's it's similar. Jose espinosa had to come to ride mysterious mile in the martha washington had laurel and needed was their paper. It was the paperwork that you'd have to bring licensed paper. He probably did yeah. Jurisdictions are really strict about that. If you don't have every not you know Cross and every i dotted your. You don't ride. This goes back and he didn't he he he whatever he was supposed to bring. He didn't have and they wouldn't let him ride. And rick wilson picked up the mount. And one the martha washington for straight for stanley at insurer and then and the team and years ago so stevie tomorrow junior who's now the steward at gulfstream. He had a real nice two year. Old tur- force called smiling and dancing and he went up to run in the summer. Stakes and johnny velazquez had the mound. Johnny was maybe been writing here two or three years at the time. Everybody knew he was talented. But he hadn't reached the status he had reached and somehow he got booked on the wrong fighting wound up in quebec And he he didn't make the race and tv was upset. And i picked up the mountain on smiling and dance and he wound up winning the law fraternity. And you don't want some other states. He he was very very nice horse. That next year i go from saratoga sue del mar del. Mar derby to ride smiling and dancing ran. Great finish second. Second best means stephen had dinner. He put me on a red eye flight. Because i gotta ride saratoga. The next day she go through chicago coming back to get to. Saratoga landed in chicago at like four in the morning. i'm exhausted. Go down to the gate where the next leg of the journey is popped up my bag like a pillow behind me laid back and i fell asleep.

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"keri" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"If that doesn't give you chills up and down you're buying. This is keri. You should be able to ask questions about anything. You're putting inside your body. We we we ask a bunch of questions about about the most simple thing of glue worm dude. I glue doodad glue really. Keep the wig down. How many hours going poo. And if i at what am you can't just innocently. Ask a question about something on your body to your realized that i remember going to china and they were telling us you cannot speak out against you know the people in power there etc and. I remember all of us thinking okay. Well you know we understand and we respect the laws here and and you know that so different where we live. Don't you see what's happening. Don't y'all see that we are living now in that time where people will turn their back on you not agreeing but people will isolate shoe if you simply speak and as a question.

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Anti-parasite drug used on Arkansas jail's inmates for COVID

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Anti-parasite drug used on Arkansas jail's inmates for COVID

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting inmates at the jail in northwest Arkansas have been prescribed an anti parasitic drug to treat covert nineteen sheriff Tim Helder of Washington County Arkansas confirmed Tuesday night that the jail's health provider keris correction health has been prescribing ivermectin for inmates with Kobe nineteen elder said there have not been any inmate deaths at the jail from the corona virus ivermectin is approved by the U. S. food and drug administration but for treating parasitic worms head lice and skin conditions in people and animals it is not approved for treating or preventing cold at nineteen this week health officials in Arkansas and Mississippi said they've seen an uptick in calls to poison control centers from people who used ivermectin hi Mike Rossio

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"keri" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Story. Yeah i Funny enough my family's not horse related that all. They have nothing to do with it. But i grew up down the road from somare farm. Who foldout princess omar. They're running and betsy. Helton and bernie houghton. And i started working there when i was ten. And just doing like the farm. You know work stuff cleaning halters and mucking stalls and they actually taught me to gallup at thirteen and i had been doing some kind of like riding ponies and doing some showing and stuff but the minute i gaza resource i knew it was gonna be racehorses forever so they got me into it and i ended up at jonathan's a couple of years later and School in my first turtles. I guess at some stage with him and kinda the rest is history went through the ranks in his his stable. So when you when you start writing at the time. Did you kind of think like i'm going to be a writer. This is going to be my career. Did you know that you the training was maybe in the in the future. Yeah always loved the training. I kind of knew early on. I didn't know what capacity or what it would look like. But i kinda always knew. I wanted to be a trainer. It wasn't until i actually started. I wrote jump races for a little while. When we're working for jonathan for like four years and and i enjoyed the writing but i knew i was never going to be wasn't striving to be champion jockey or anything like that. It was kind of doing it more. Just have it on my resume and everything and when jonathan started to slow down a bit and look to me a little bit more for more you know help in the barn and whatnot. That was kinda my opportunity that and that was twenty nineteen. I stopped riding focused more on helping him. You know with the training and then started to kind of really see. This is the way it was hopefully going. And you know i would. I have the owners behind me and at some stage you know. I was hoping happened. It didn't quite happen. I thought it would but nonetheless You know here. I am now. It's interesting i think one thing. A lot of our listeners might not realize is how much the assistant trainer a lot of times is a big communicator with clients and owners and kind of doing that business side of things as well as the the horse side of things i mean i know many owners who talked to the assistance just as much if not more than the actual trainer. Yeah and that's that was a huge thing that really you know have really benefited me. But jonathan last year especially between health issues and covert and whatnot. He was never even in the barn. So twenty twenty. It was mainly it was just me in the barn his program in his training and whatnot. But it was just me. And i over the years. Jonathan allowed me to creep. You know good relationships with his owners but you know that season twenty twenty which we were champion trainer that the last year you know i got to be very close with all of the owners and you know i think i earned their respect and everything else to win it kind of came time. When he announced retirement. I was in ireland. You know i had to call them and just call the owners and ask them you know. Could i keep their horses at the house. You know currently in the barn in pennsylvania with jonathan. Can you know. Could i take them to fair hill. I had my assistant at the time with. Set it up and i couldn't leave. Ireland couldn't leave those horses there and luckily all these owners they never never wavered at all. I mean absolutely you know. They're yours the train. So i was very lucky in. Obviously he worked for a barn like that for a long time. Any favorite moments or big races from your time in the shepherd born Yeah my so many but I would say probably. Winston see winning. You know the dismiss of turf writers in twenty nineteen and and winning clips award that year. That was all a pretty exciting sort of you know endeavor we were on with that with with him and he still had a minor setback and he won't run this year but i still have to train which is which is also very exciting so at colonial each week we we've seen horses who alternate between jumping and flat. There was in fact one coming in this week. I think who's coming off a win over the flat and their win over the jumps but are they trained similarly you know or or dr. Okay i think. A lot of people that misconception. A lot of people think it's like so different and it's not especially this day and age by jumping as the jump racing has gotten got the flat track as you see at colonial they no longer jump the last fence on the stand Which turns it into a sprint. Well you have to have a fast or you have to train them to be fast per se so i mean i worked my horses fi the saratoga horses they worked five eighth and one at one On saturday you know they. They trained just like like a flat. Horse does really. It's not much different. They might do a couple of far dollops in their week. compared to what a flat horse would do but for the most part like you need them to be just a speedy so You know some people think. Oh if they're too slow take him dumping at this stage. That's not what you look for anymore because you do have to be somewhat fast to run over john as well yeah. I think we've had two horses. This meet the vulture ones jessica's tapped on top. That have been you know. Jump in their last start and one here on the flat and both have been turf routes from off the pace and fitness obviously became a. Yeah and i mean. I i would have been one of those people and probably wasn't till two weeks ago who would have just dismissed it and thought like well. This horse hasn't been running on the flat so there's no way it's it's ready for that race in apparently not the case. No it's not the case. It's it's a funny but it. It definitely is definitely true You know they train very similarly and a lot of them do both you know very successfully. Are there certain characteristics of a flat horse that will make you say he or she might be really good over the jumps. I always look for obviously no brainer. You look for long on the car. That's kind of the first thing. But that doesn't mean dirt's fine too doesn't mean they can't run on the turf but you look on the but really dirt or turf. I always look for horse. It's always running late and he's always run out of room that always seems to be the that's the telltale signs look at breeding and you can get all of that but i always horse. That's been maybe fourth third second and always just seems to run out of room. They're normally the one that just want that extra in a couple of speed bumps. Well i really appreciate coming on carrier. It's fun to like. I said it's been a learning process for me. It calling and watching the jump races before and wish you the best of luck up at saratoga of folks wanna find you on twitter. You're at keri k. R. i one four five. Thank you so much appreciate it right. We'll be right back after a short time out of horseracing. Podcast brought to you by twin. Spires this is the jason beam horseracing podcast brought to you by twin spires. Big thanks carrie. Brian join us..

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"keri" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"Wrong with you guys. What's wrong with anybody. So here's here's another really weird thing if that had happened to me. Let's say some gal that to me at some point just just just drops went on me. Yeah little I'm not a kiss intel guy anyway now. One of those guys at talks to my buddies. Chicks that i hope things that i do with chicks. Whatever i take that one of the grave. I really do it now. I get i get the idea of like. Let's say. I hope with keri russell and keri russell i dunno where dumps on my chest maybe you're not going to believe what so on you know what i'm saying like this person that you're not naming is such a big deal that maybe if it's some random guy down the street she never tells the story ever again because then she's like some random guy to shit on the uncomfortable fact that it's a celebrity. Doing it may the only reason that she's comfortable talking about or maybe she's just a person that talks comfortably about that stuff anyway but i think maybe the only way i ever tell that story without just saying that's fucking embarrassing. I'm taking it to the grave is if somebody that super famous. Otherwise i keep that to myself. I don't know that some some shift is dumped on me know anybody. i'm terrified. It was it was a comfortable place to out the group we were with. It was like shave gel and again. I've always gotten her permission to tell the story because it does not mind to share without permission. Yeah insane may i ask. Questions is worse. Please when kenny. Rogers finished new. So when this happens obviously it was. Hold it kenny. The gambler and he lost Did did he just say. Hey well thanks and get out of the room so he did get something to clean it up all the grading for bull green and by the way. Let's say their own shit. Let's just say this is the most degrading possible thing to i. This is like oh. My god is okay. So it's a it's a kink. Okay right thank though. That's yes it's gross but it's a king feeds. It's like whatever no it's not like. It's really not. I'm not saying i'm standing with most stuff. This is next point of what he did specifically was degrading because there are obviously people who like getting shit on their people who like shitting on people. He what he did was he just said fuck it. I'm gonna shit on you..

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"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Five people can follow you there you keep owners updated. How important is now to use social media as a tool to keep owners in the loop and to to build your brand if you will. Yeah i mean. I think i i don't even want to say. Unfortunately i think it is the day an age that we're in now. I think one. If i could pick one thing that was the downfall. Jonathan was not changing with the time towards end of his career. You you have to be on social media you have to you know tax owners pictures and videos because it's now so easily accessible and they pay day right and they own the horses and they're entitled to see updates and see what's going on and i think it makes them feel more involved than they're more apt to want to be a part of your stable and give you horses if you keep them in the loop I think i try to be on social media as much as i can with the business and post two year olds breaking out of the starting gate and post. Schooling are jumpers. And just doing a little bit of everything to you know. Put it out there. That i tend trying to two year old. I can trade. An older flat horse can train jumpers But i think it's so important. I mean the more you put out there for people to see the more they feel like they're a part of your operation and you know i have gotten owners off twitter so i'm going to keep doing what i'm doing and and hopefully not continue. Yeah well hopefully. This conversation helps a little bit. And we let people know about brian. She is really on a roll since taking over. Jonathan shepherds operation back in january Curious if you could go back in time and you could choose one of the horses that jonathan had over the years. Maybe it's a horse you were around when you were there and you could train them now. Which horse would it be. I mean sentimental reasons divine fortune He was the my favorite horse That was ever jonathan. He wanna smith. So i think he wanted her friday. He was always showing up in the big ones. I wrote him out every day and He unfortunately think he broke his shoulder and the turf writers jumping the last fence in front And obviously there's always controversy to horses falling and hurting themselves. But i he was twelve years old and at the top of his game and i genuinely believe he went out doing what he loved. Nothing more than to be steeplechase horse But off of just ability and horses. That i would that i would love to have. I mean you'd have to go storm. Cut right yeah yeah. You couldn't go wrong. There would be to the to the barn as you continue to build and continue to grow just a few minutes left here kerry before we have to wrap up the show but i always like to end the program the same way each week. I like to ask trainers to tell me something about them that maybe we haven't touched on yet. That people don't know so you mentioned the fact that you were a pole-vaulter and went to college on a pole vaulting scholarship me about something else about kerry brian. That people don't know other hobbies interests things you enjoy doing away from the races right now all. It is is racing to me. But i mean from the past. Tell me interested by. I was a cheerleader for many many years. Actually people don't it when i say that now as a cheerleader and a dancer till god i was sixteen or seventeen years old well sue. Will you still follow those those sports Not so much. I still follow track and feel immensely. Like i'd i'd watch the olympics and everything I was also i was a softball. Pitcher for softball. I had to choose between tracker softball. I want they wanted to give me scholarships for both And i chose track and field and the polling so quite athletic in highschool. Well what heck of an athlete and turning out to be one of a horse trainer is carrie. Brian and carrie listen. I have truly enjoyed this visited so much fun to hear your story and continued success. Moving forward with all your horses and as you continue to build your operation will be keeping an eye on. You will be watching. Well thanks very much for having me on. Thanks kerry kerry bryant here on trainer talk presented by phasing dipped. Just you know you think about the opportunity that she was given. First of all to be pointed in the direction of a guy. Like jonathan sheppard the hall of famer. Who has been you know just so good for so long you know. Jonathan sheppard actually has the distinction of winning a racists saratoga in forty seven straight years up until two thousand fifteen when the streak came to an end think about that forty seven straight years carry now has a win in the smith.

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"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"We got very friendly and You know he was like a father figure to me as well as a mentor and everything else and You know. But now i tend to kind of think back to certain things you said. I wouldn't remember them all right here sitting here talking to you but like i have a horse actually run tonight and national. That came to me very store and very sour didn't really want to train. And like i would think at home at night. I would think about like what jonathan do with the source and i think i haven't gone quite well now and a lot of that. I think back to jonathan would do with horses that were sour store. Not wanting to train and that type of thing you know and He kind of had an answer for everything. And luckily i liked to believe. I've asked him almost everything that i might need to know going forward so i. I hope i can continue to remember all that. We've we've talked about if there was another trainer outside a jonathan that you could spend the day with and you could sit down with them and pick their brain. What other trainer would choose being honest just as a trainer what he's accomplished so far and not very not that long career. Really if you look out it would be chad brown. I just think he's. He's incredible with with what he's done and I i'd love to be in his operation for two weeks and just just see what he does you know. Do you get a chance to talk with him. Much or visit with them at the bar and it just kicks some ideas around now. What time do you get a chance to talk with him. Much at the barn or or see him on the backside at all and and you bounce ideas or or now it would certainly be good if that could happen. Carry bryant here on talk presented by phasing tipton carry. What advice do you give to young trainer looking to get started today. you know. Don't be naive not easy. You know you have to be ready. I mean it looks. Probably i probably look just like this is easy game but it's not. I mean i've had a lot of success early but as i said to a lot of people. Where does it go from here. Goes down and i'm well aware of that. It's not gonna stay like this forever I think that's the thing. B b Realistic and make sure you have good owners and make sure you have good support system behind you because it's not an easy game at all you know. Just that's the biggest thing. There's a lot more to it than just training. The horses. The training the horses and sometimes easy part. It's all the other logistics into it that that's not so easy. Yeah that's a great point. And it's a point that often gets overlooked. You're running your own business so there are other things that are involved so what other things trainer have to worry about on a daily basis outside of just training the horses. I mean just everything right paying paying bills as a huge thing and if you don't have an owner that pays well it. It adds up real quickly So paying bills and payroll and and you know yeah hiring staff and you know it's it's expensive to have people work for you and the more horses you get the more staff you need and you have to pay them right and there's just there's a lot that goes into it way more than just training the horses. How many horses do you have in training right now. About thirty five at fair hill. Right now. Yeah so i have enough. Yeah i was going to ask you. Is that a good number. Yeah no it's it's funny and it's growing it's growing quickly I've probably added ten horses just in the last four weeks. I've got new owners. And hopefully i'll get more owners after you know after this. I'd love a flat runner to run. And saratoga and saturday race goes and hopefully he puts on a good showing and people don't only look at me as people change trainer so The i have plenty of room for more. But yeah i'm thirty five now and i mean i started with literally had i think ten or eleven so it's growing quickly. Yeah what do you tell. Perspective new owners were looking to send a horse to you if they ask you about. Hey kerry what's your. What's your philosophy in your approach to training. What do you tell them. Yeah i mean. I made it very clear to all of my owners. New and old you know have adopted jonathan philosophy in the sense of letting them be horses. I have great turnout products at fair hill. And all the horses get turned before they get rid. And then you know they get treated just like courses to be a horse As well as obviously we're training them to be resources but they're there what to naturally just be a horse as well they get turned out in the paddock with grass. Before they get rid in every day and you know each horse is treated as an individual. What's more fun winning. Steeplechase racer a flat race. We'll chase race but when you win a grade once. I if i win a great run on the flat you can come back and ask me that question again question because winning any races as a fantastic thrill it does that races. Yeah yeah it it. Carry them people. Don't realize i've been part owner in a few different horses over the years and it's just to get a horse to the races is a tremendous feat. Yeah exactly. I mean that's like sending three out in the ap that alone yes. I would have been disappointed if nothing one. But i mean just sending them out and getting them to that. I mean looking at the entries and singing name especially in saratoga mean that in itself is a huge feat. You are active on social media. I mentioned the tweets that you sent out after winning the the ap smethwick and and so excited about that. Your twitter feed is keri one. Four five k. e. r..

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"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"But i come back to grams quote that i've never forgotten about going to the earth. Graduating from the university of jonathan sheppard. You now have graduated from that. Same university kerry what. What type of teacher was jonathan sheppard. He was tough You was tough I think even my days. Like i worked from for eleven years and i think even when i began some of the stories. I've heard i think i got him in more of his mellow years Compared to some of what. I've heard from the past. But even even so he was tough and you know he had his own way of doing things and you know i remember early on. I would shake my head and think just certain things he wanted to do with horses and things. This will never work and it always worked and i learned very quickly. You know he. He's in the hall of fame for a reason and he's a genius And i you know. I quickly stopped having my own opinions and just sat back and watched Watched and learn really and there were so many horses that we would get in that would be rogue or you know sour then when a train or wouldn't get in the starting gate or every one sent the road courses jonathan. I used to get on some horses and be like this thing never win a race and it would win. I mean he was anything he got touched or had you know had in the barn to train. I mean he would sort it out and so many different methods. I mean i could go all day long but he had a answer tomas everything i mean. If when if one thing didn't work you try something different until it did work. And i doubt it early on and i'm very quickly stopped doubting quickly learned. Just watch and learn. And that's what i did for eleven years and i'm i mean just as graham and anyone else that's ever worked for him. I mean we're so lucky you just learn. It's i don't think he'd learned it anywhere else. I think you know he was very one of a kind and lucky to have learned from him if you were to choose. The one attribute that jonathan possessed that made him successful That you could now take an emulate and put into your operation. What would the one thing i have to say. He was just so resilient. I mean i i find you know even in my short time training like i've obviously had horses with injuries and whatnot. It's part of the game but obviously you've been doing it for so long. But i mean the best horse in the bar and could have walked out of the stall was just say attendant and need six months off or this or that his ability to just move on and it wasn't that he was moving onto the next like it was a factory because that was so far from the case he loved every single one of his horses. You know like they were his kids but it was just his ability to just not get. He wouldn't get upset. He wouldn't get wound up. You know he was able to leave. Just when bad things happened he was just able to move onto the next thing and it you know. I think it's a mental toughness that you need as a trainer but i think he did it. So well And just as i said he treated every horse as its own person as own horse. And i think that that's so important to you. Know not he had over a hundred and fifty horses at one stage and every single horse was was different. And i i wanna do that. People ask me how big i wanna get. And i said i don't care how big i am but as long as i am still small enough or have enough help that i'm able to treat each horses and individual. That's you know that's the biggest thing i know. You've only been out on your own now for about six months since jonathan announced his retirement How does a trainer no if they possess that mental toughness that it takes to be successful. Carry well i mean i think you find out quickly right when a few things happen all at once and you have to. You have to see at the end of it all. Are you still going into the barn in the morning and focusing on what you have left or what's good or are you sitting at home. Crying yourself sleep at night You know. I mean really for me. I kinda told myself because when when jonathan announced his retirement which. I didn't know it was coming. I mean i was at a crossroads and it was a rough couple of weeks and and there were people gunning for my owners back in american. I mean there was a thought. I had thought at one time that i would just let it all go you know. Just go home and get an assistant job. And this and that and and attended. I wasn't able to do that. I wanted to fight for my horses. And i'm glad that i did now but i mean i think that that took a lot of mental toughness for me to just put my head down and and not say anything to the one that were gunning for my horses and just keep my head down and work hard and i think that alone showed me that i i hopefully have what it takes anyway. Yeah great point. Wh what was the moment kerry that or was there a moment that you said all right you know what. I don't want to be an assistant. I want these horses. These are the horses i work with. I'm gonna take this over. I'm going to grab the bull by the horns. And i'm gonna do this. Was there a moment that you finally just said i was i was i was in ireland and it was two or three days before christmas time and i felt.

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"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I think it's hard to get horse. That can actually do that. I feel like most of the time. They're just sitting ducks but nobody came after. It might have been a different story if someone pushed him. You know halfway through but to be fair to tom on him. You know he. He didn't go that slow. I mean he's off had a good gallop and he got some breeders into him. But i think he's training in ireland the stamina that was trained into him over there really was shown there because when they did swell french it was really the only one that really started to run at him but he always had held them at bay and like i said it could have been different if someone went with him but i had the through i to others in the race. Neither one of them. We're going to press him. So you know you kinda. I guess everyone has to take the make a decision whether they want to try to press him. Were let him go. And i don't think anyone expected him to really do that. to go out there and and keep going i did down the back. I said friendships too far back. I'm not sure if he's gonna catch. French would be the faster of the two but the way the race panned out. He had so much to do to get to him. It just wasn't going to be day as you're watching baltimore bucko come down to the line and you realize oh my goodness i'm gonna win the ap smethwick what was the moment like. Put me there with you I was actually watching by myself. I told a jonathan. Jonathan always watched his racist by himself. I just watched in the corner Just literally in the grandstands at the corner of small little tv by myself. And kinda cross line. I just kind of stood there watching like looking at the tv for. It's kinda stared at it like this is real and then you know then everything after that was i called mr moore headed mrs moorhead. Who weren't here. And you know. They were ecstatic. They watch from home and It's just you know it was a really big moment. Just was more than just as you said more than just that day. Just everything that's led up to that you know. It's there was a lot. How would you celebrate afterwards We went out that night. There there was proper celebrates farber livingston came to take photos of me with the horses. And said i hope you a good photo shop because i'm not looking too hot this morning. There are plenty of people that could say that after a big win in saratoga. Yeah it's it's a special place that's a special race and it was a special win for you. I'm a visiting trainer harry. Brian here on trainer talk presented by facing tipton carry. You mentioned that you picked out both baltimore. Bucko and french light What what was it about those horses that you saw that lead you to believe that they could be good. Yeah so. I have a very very good friend in ireland named james doyle who runs baltimore stables which is baltimore bucko. That's how he got his name. He's from baltimore tables And i spend a lot of time over there when i do go and the winners and whatnot and and we're friends and we have a good business relationship as well and i was over there in french late. Had actually just one point two point ronn which doesn't count for their actual record but a lot of a lot of Trainers in ireland and england will buy horses for quite a bit of money off of their point to point runs if they win. Those basically training races are not free money. They win those you know. Then they kinda prove their how good they are and then you see what kind of money and they go for. French had just one has very very impressively and a lot of people were getting for him and i saw him and i thought he'd be a great american type and whereas he would probably have been. You know a good horse in ireland. I thought he could be a superstar over here and that was actually when my relationship started with Irv and diane naylor They did not have horses with jonathan. At the time and i called them up out of the blue really and Or was great to say. Let's do it in the actually bought french light and asylum player who is in the nonstick today And as far as baltimore bucko goes. He was just a three year old at the time when i was in ireland and i was just writing him out every day and he hadn't done much of anything he was unraced and i just. I really liked him. I just had a feeling about him. You know it's good. That i can ride the horses as well. And rod who has always been a huge supporter. I just kinda called him up and said look. I don't have much to go on. But i really want you to buy the source. And he's like well if you say so okay. And he bought him and look. He's a great within two years of buying them. So i was right about something anyway. Perfect call You've been right a lot of things over the first six months. I'm sure there are things like that back and decisions you made. You wanna have back. But that's that's all part of the learning process isn't kerry. Yeah it is exactly and look. Yeah i'm looking smart right now but look everything could change today right. That's racing for it. Goes up and down but the best part for me is that i do have a bunch of new owners in my barn as well trained flat horses. I have probably a few more. I do jumpers to be honest but luckily a couple of my main. I've known them for years working with them. You know with jonathan so that makes things a lot easier for me. You know i. I'm very comfortable with them. And their great to their horses and they always put the horses star and that which makes my job a lot easier. You know because it's not always. It's not always good news that i call them. What but they're very understanding. And like i said. They put their horses i. It's important to have that kind of relationship. I've had several trainers come on this program over the years in and tell me how important it is to have owners that are on the same page not just in terms of of making the investment in the horses and and but more philosophically with you that you share the same philosophy on where they their their horses to run what the goals are going to be. And it's so important to two successive any trainer at so important. Yeah i mean. And even when mr moore had bought he's probably bought seven or eight jumpers In the last eighteen months. I'd say and and we kind of had a plan you know. He breathed a lot of his own. So obviously we have the mean here. And i have a couple other mayors to that. He'll breed down the line but he really enjoys the process. He breathes his own. You know flat horses because he enjoys the process so we went out and instead of buying you know a couple of horses that have already one grade one that ireland and spending all this money and bringing them here..

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"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Old native of pennsylvania trainer kerry trainer talk presented by phasing tipton and kerry. How about that. I even cut one year off of your age. Thirty year old native pennsylvania. You hate when it goes the other way don't you. It'd be nice if we can keep it at twenty nine. I agree i agree. I liked that there. Well listen congratulations on all your success. I wanna make one note. We are recording this interview. Wednesday morning so there is a good chance that your resume is going to include yet another stakes. When by the time people are listening to this show you have two horses entered in today's first race at saratoga. Which is the jonathan kaiser novice steaks and you have the sixty five morning line. Favorite the mean queen. I do no pressure now right. Yeah i have to. I have to in today. I really like both of them. But as we all know jump racing and have to jump eight fences. I come home so anything can happen. Yeah but you think about the success that you have had And it's come quickly. I mentioned just six months after taking over jonathan's operation. We'll talk plenty about that but tell me about these. These six months is kind of been a worldwide for you. hasn't it. yeah it's been it's been unbelievable and not all in good ways either. I mean his. His retirement came when i was in ireland and it was unexpected. I did not know it was coming so You know it was a it was a couple of weeks. And i wasn't really sure which direction the future is really going for me to be honest and I had some really good people in my corner. And you know i was in ireland three thousand miles away and i had quite a few people that you know helped me take the owner sources that wanted to say with me And i set up my own operation affair hill Which was great. And i couldn't have done that at the time. My sister i ever hannukah and you know a few other people really helped me do that. And it's a lot to set up a business when you're not even the same country but That was that was the start of it. And then obviously i was back in april and could really kind of get things going and yeah look. It's it's been an incredible six months. That's for sure I'm lucky to have great horses that i picked most of them out. myself in ireland and put them onto our owners and now my owners and they've been great to stick with me and you know without them. I have nothing. So i'm very lucky. Yeah you were kind of the thrust into this role by the fact that jonathan did retire. Did you feel as if you were ready to take things over and start your own operation Yeah you know. I do think i was reading the last two years. Jonathan really stepped back In what he was doing in the barn and last year between code and his health he wasn't in the barn at all so Twenty twenty was you know it was still jonathan's show but i mean i i ran it and he was not he was just in florida So yeah i do. I think you know. I've had eleven years on him. Learning from the best. And i did feel ready it just you know it didn't happen maybe as planned but as my owners all said to me more than one of them said you know things don't always go as plan you just have to kind of take the role with the punches as they come. And that's what i'm trying to do and then cook it's it's all worked out now. I guess you could say grade one winner within the first six months of training mean. it's unbelievable. Yeah let's go back to that day for a minute. July twenty seven only six days ago yards saratoga like the most historic place to race in the united states. And here's the great one. Ap smith wick baltimore bucko wins the race but you also run second with french lights. You get the one two finishers in grade one at saratoga. I loved her tweet. You sent out a tweet afterwards and you said my boys wanted to integrate one. Is this real. Life is it. Yeah it was you know. He friendship was actually really bad. This owl for some reason. I don't know why so the paddock. I was just trying to get the tack on him. He was being real jerk Once i had the tack on all three and i kind of took a minute as they were all walking out to the track and it did hit me for a second. I just was like wow here we are. You know these are my my horses this time around. Obviously i've been up here multiple multiple times of the jonathan But i always thought were like my own and they were. I mean i love them. I cared for them. I did everything with them. Like they were my own but man it is different when they actually are yours And and baltimore bucko and french like like i said earlier. I picked both of them out in ireland so they were extra special to me because it wasn't just that i've trained them. I found them for the owners. They put the trust in me. Fought them off of my recommendation. And you know one two and a grade one. They're actually stepping out of their own condition. They're technically novices. They could be running today but i opted for the grade one and you know it paid off. Why did you make that call You know they got weight off because they were offices and with the short field. I thought you know really. Both owners had horses for the novices for the race. As well and i thought why not let the owners. They've got a shot at one hundred fifty thousand dollars as well as the seventy five thousand dollar race. So we kind of picked what we thought were the two best to most experienced at the time and put those two into the grade one and left the other two here for the novice. Well it was the perfect decision and judging from the way that your tweet read It sounds to me like it was much more than just your first grade one win. It sounds like it was more of a proud parent type of moment you to. Yeah you know these and not to mention both of those horses came to ireland with me on that track over the winter Both ran very good racist for me in ireland. And they're just there to guests that kind it just keep on giving and they've just been they're spectacular animals. I mean to run over in ireland on heavy ground you know they're galloping and through mud up to their knees at some spots some of the races they ran and then to come back here and run on a completely different type of a surface in different types of a race track basically split Sprint home half a mile here in saratoga and to do that make the change. I just think you know. Horses are incredible. But i'm probably biased. But i think it was really some feet. What the two of them dead than and i am i am proud of. The race was two in the sixteenth. Miles baltimore bucko lead. Every step of the way. Is that unusual in steeplechase racing. It can be yeah..

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"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

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"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"Yeah because high performers to we get attached to this self-governed way being success. Looks like this therefore need to do this all the time nor be successful but the gradient of healing in this moment could look different so right now. Migrating of healing is the exploration of my relationship with discipline. What is it looked like now to wake up early. Start my day before the days can potentially run me or the kids wake up. What does that look like. Has right now feels really self loving to actually wake up early. Yep two months of probably exactly. That is same for me. Because i after doing something once. Getting up early immediately consciously moving my body building in mindful movement And doing that you know not always just going into strength. Training workout but like having mindful movement is not what i used to do where you saw very slow mornings not out. Give myself till eleven o'clock actually get into business you know and i needed that at a time and now the most loving thing i can do for myself is get have my time early in the day and all of the things that come as a byproduct of that energy the clarity. The just the focus that i'm able to have throughout the day instead of feeling overwhelmed because oh and now guilty because there's something else on my plate which is i need to spend time with myself and go work out and meditate and i'll just cram that in when i can and now i'm in a perpetual state of either putting it off and now in judging myself for that or just adding to my own overwhelm and so i totally get that one of the things that you have coming up that. I'm i'm really excited to hear more about is Your luxury retreat for women who are kinda exactly the type of woman we're talking about here. Can you talk a little about sanctuary the concept and how that originated in what it is for anybody that might be listening and loving this conversation and wanna know more yes so my business partner and co-creator lauren zala and i You guys may know. She's a dating and relationship expert and also speaks a lot into somatic work in the divine feminine and healing or child She and i are putting together. A series of luxury retreats. We rented a private islands Out in the british virgin islands so the first of a series in larger bigger picture landscape here is september tenth through fourteenth and this is created for the one percent woman so the one percent woman as we define it is a woman that is building a life on her terms. And at the same time you know this story as you. And i have talked about this. Manifested our friendship here in atlanta together. Actually which is so beautiful. We were saying it gets lonely at the top right. And it's not because we're above anybody but it's because this way of being in this way of of living exploration consciousness It does start to as you ascend. Make your circle smaller. But just because our circle gets smaller doesn't mean we stop rising we rise together we wanna bring others with us and we also to connect those women that are already in this work that are at the top and doing really amazing big things in the world so this is for the one percent woman That successful in her business and is probably looking for her next level. You know self she. She probably already playing a big game and on some level knows she's still playing small. So we're we're here to lovingly. Call you out on that and challenge you so that you can rise and rebirth. You're next up level and we're gonna do that by taking women out of their normal environment and putting them in a completely new healing environment in the british virgin islands With a once in a lifetime opportunity..

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"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"Yeah and they will disagree at first. But i encourage them to ask their sin. Ask their body. If that on some level feels true if they're really allowed to lose weight because they feel like they can't have it keeps them in the chasing right so Oftentimes binging overeating. That tends to be the case because someone somewhere told them they were the fat girl and then they kind of adopted that set of beliefs. And so what do they do. They take action from the space to keep that true because the other side of that is in familiar in the report. Jerry do you also find. I'm asking this question. From a trauma background that people unconsciously hold onto wait emotional weight as a form of self protection because if i were to be the ideal weight i wanna be or to be living in operating in my divine body as you put it what would happen. How would thinks change. People might actually see me and that might be our nervous system and for our body feel very very unsafe or very scary so this is where we experience what looks like self sabotage but is released self protection to keep the same story going because again it. The identity shift required in. This is the work i do with. Women is prepare their identity shift in the direction. They actually want it to you. And then watch their body manifest. As a result i have and their minds to I mean i'm shaking my head and laughing. Y'all can't see me. But i'm doing that because i've been on this journey myself and this is an area personally. I had struggled with consistently for years as an adult at struggled with it as a kid. But i was very athletic and i had sports and bilton activity in that type of thing but i didn't have The motivation or the discipline. Dane. -able over time it i would go in spurts and as somebody who's all about performance. If i had something coming up. I would work really hard in a had this crash and then i would work really hard than would have this crash and i as i have been on my own healing journey over the last few years it became evident that One i wanted to build a an established relationship to body where it was my. It was my lifestyle honor. And take care of of this vessel. The container that i meant i had a recent scare Which i still don't know about what it is. But i've had something come up on my skin That's needs to get checked out by dermatologist. And it's just this constant reminder whether it's our bodies are not operating the way we want them to or maybe there's something scary that's happening anytime. Our body is feeling out of control. What do we wanna do. We want to immediately get control of it but also just reminds us of how precious for me how precious my body is and i had spent so many years judging criticizing wanting to trade it in for another one and then there was this flip of switch for me when i first encountered breath which showed me how powerful i am and how unaware of that truth. I had been my whole life and reestablishing that was the doorway for me into true self acceptance in south love and that has allowed me to create a a a life style of taking care eating working out consistently where it was always felt like forced struggle like something. I had to to talk myself into or judge myself into you need to get in the gym or else you're gonna look like crap sure and your experience..

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"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"One foundations seminar. We are going to help you do that. It's a two and a half day virtual experience that is unlike anything else. Because it's experiential immersive and we get down to doing the work not just talking about it so if you wanna join us. July twenty third through the twenty fifth we have a few spots available and we would love to serve you in this container again. This is the best way. You can work with me right now and i promise you the results that you will get from. This are unlike anything you've ever done in another long drawn out course or program that spend weeks and weeks for you to get this transformation yet every single week or halfway through it you find yourself. Just defaulting right back to the same things habits and behaviors you before. That is what we are here to put a stop to and really give you the experiences that you need to shift so if you wanna join us join us for foundations seminar july twenty of the twenty fifth. You can register at the link in the show notes. You can also find this at coach tori gordon on any social platform always at the lincoln. My bio until then. I hope to see you in the seminar in july but without further do we'll get back to the episode. I work with very successful women That are having trouble figuring out this part of their life so they are like ham super accomplished. I've written the book i've been on. Tv have done these things on arias seven. Eat figure earner. I still feel like my outside. Doesn't match my inside still feel like i don't there's something that's not adding up. There's still swimming. I have yet to figure out And it's sort of like this energy of missing puzzle pieces And so on access points through wellness food and body. It's really just giving them the access to all of themselves. And what does that look like. When someone begins to become aware that maybe they haven't been accessing or had access to all of themselves what what becomes available to someone who does what are the characteristics of someone who is operating from wholeness..

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"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"keri" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"And i hope that you're enjoying what you're listening to and guests that i've been having on. I've appreciated your feedback and your comments as well as your reviews. They mean so much to me and It just helps me to know the type of content that you want to hear. This week is very exciting. Because i have a dear friend of mine on the show. Kerry ford is the ceo and founder of elevate with carrie. And it's no wonder that that's what her brand is called. Because kerry is one of the most elevated elite High performing conscious. Powerful women that i know and at the beginning of this episode i share about the divine way in which our paths crossed and it was no accident that we were introduced in kind of called into each other's lives and carry somebody who helps to elevate me as a woman as business owner as a friend. She's really somebody that i've been able to lean on and grow and learn from and carries also building not just a transformational coaching movement. But a luxury brand. And you're going to hear more about what she's doing and how you can take part at the end of this episode so make sure you stay and stay tuned and stick around for all that she's doing and how you can get involved. She's also an international motivational speaker event host and she just recently named top one hundred in the health and wellness field. So she's truly a thought leader when it comes to whole body wellness because she spoken alongside top experts neuroscientist doctors you name it and carry holds her own at those roundtable and panel discussions. I'm so proud of all the work that she's doing and she's really just on a mission to empower millions of women to challenge diet culture to educate them on the science and psychology of intuitive eating and truly master self love from the inside out. And you know. That's what i am all about so excited for you guys to hear this episode but one of the things i wanted to share before we dive in is something that came up for me recently and i had a little bit of a scare. I had been down at the beach for fourth Last week or the week before and been out in the sun a couple of days. And when i came back i noticed that a mall that i had on my stomach. had changed pretty significantly and it was kind of Drastic in shocking. To me and immediately i noticed my mind. Go into fear and panic. And what if and worst case scenarios and if you've ever had something like that happened to you or really anything in your life that's is kind of crack or do i like to describe this as like the fault line so imagine you're walking across frozen lake and there is a crack that begins to form and no matter. How optimistic are brave. You might be but panic comes over you. And that's how. I felt this moment. And i became fearful and tense and i wanted stable ground immediately. And it's that energy of walking on eggshells or that dynamic of sensing that something is ready to break open into chaos. That is kind of that energy of the faultline that a lot of experience. And what i've recognized is that this cracking open is oftentimes overdue. It's oftentimes something. We've avoided looking at Like what the terrible tragedy. That happened in miami with the collapse of that condo building. There were cracks. There were cracks that that showed that there needed to be needed to be repairs done on that building. And when things like that go on go ignored in our life things crumble.

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Interview With Kary Oberbrunner

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:46 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Kary Oberbrunner

"Carey. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with pain is your friend so so i just i run in circles with people who are pretty intense and there's two pains in life. Jim rohn said it's the pain of discipline or the pain of regrets. One ways ounces and the other ways tons in my world. I believe there's chronic pain that most people live in or there's acute pain that's intentional focused in short term and that's the type of pain we go after. It's just like a tough workout. Little bit of acute pain and it gets Over that chronic. Pain in your life or i fire nation that value bomb. Thank you for joining myself. And kerry today. There is no more to be learned. Here look away not just getting. Obviously we have a lot of fun things to talk about here today. Fire nation and i brought carry on for eight number of reasons that passed value bomb. You just heard one of them. But as i mentioned in the introduction. We're talking today about the elixir for creating flawless ideas. Leveraging superhuman focus in achieving optimal human performance keri. One thing that we've been talking about and i've been perusing through this great book of yours is. That's our lives are full of distraction. They're full of information. And you believe because of this. Our lives can actually become hacked. So what does that even mean. And what can we fire nation due to become hackel in our space john. A lot of people think of a hack as a shortcut have life hacker. You know these types of things bio hacker. Yes yes they. It's almost like this. Ooh i'm gonna find a shortcut thing but actually the definition of hack is when someone or something gains unauthorized access to a system or a computer Yeah so you think about your bank account you think about your computer your smartphone if it gets hacked that's a bad thing and it's when somebody overtakes it john awhile back man i. I wrote a fiction. Book called elixir project about about a future society. Where people's brain get hacked and My audience who's basically entrepreneurs businesspeople. They read it and they said man. This is not fiction as fast and again this came out in two thousand sixteen before we really had a tunnel conspiracy theories and allow going on but the point is this. I don't go that route. I just basically say that entrepreneurs have dreams but there becomes this gap between dreaming and doing is e. So you had you had a dream lots of dreams. You got a new book coming out. Fantastic have read it. It's awesome thank you. You have that dream for a book but then you actually have to write it. And there's this gap between dreaming and doing and that's where most entrepreneurs get get hacks is between idealization and implementation. Yeah and so basically. I did a ton of research into neurobiology science military. And i just said what is the secret weapon of super achievers in every discipline and it's basically this formula called unhappy ability. One thing that. I was really curious about when we were going through. Part of the process is how one actually does become uninhabitable. Because i'm totally understanding what you're saying you know we had this goal may be as ten years down the line or one year down the line or this very specific clear goal that we have ahead of us but between now and then something hacks us and we don't get there so what does that even mean to become uninhabitable to start achieving accomplishing these goals. It basically means closing the gap. So there's this crazy word that a lot of us said growing up as kids. We said abracadabra when we wanted something magical to happen. I don't know if you've ever said apricot times. Yeah yeah so. The words crazy powerful. It's really weird. It's it's it's the most frequent or common word used in all languages without the need for a translation. Basically you can say it in hebrew you can say the english you can say it. In spanish abracadabra and it ended. It means. I create as i speak

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My product is selling on Amazon  but how can I get more attention?

Side Hustle School

03:18 min | 2 years ago

My product is selling on Amazon but how can I get more attention?

"Hi this is Keri from Singapore. I've been listening to the show since reading your first book, the Hundred Dollar Startup. I'm always inspired by the stories in the show in find your vice practical in positive. So thanks for that. Side hustles a brand called happy cups which are biodegradable party cups that have colorful cheerful designs. One of the main goes in the other. Does, my sister designed in launch the product Amazon. Since it is a new product have many reviews yet in sales or slow. You've let her family and friends know has set up Amazon campaign advertise products. Also started instagram account at happy cubs party but our new to digital marketing. So my question is, how do we advertise a new product on Amazon? Thanks in a hope your suggestions. Carry congratulations to you and your sister moving forward with this project. It sounds really cool. I also like the design a lot if our listeners to see it, go look at the instagram account that is at happy. Cups Party once again. So my thought here is just starting with that account and then looking at the Amazon listing also So this is very new like you just started at least at the time I'm recording this answer. So it's very new, just a few posts and followers on that account, which is totally okay. This is a good time to think about this. And my thought is having just mentioned that instagram account I. Don't think I would focus my efforts on social media at all like you're selling biodegradable party cups. which are something people purchase a lot I love the fact that they have the colorful cheerful designs. But I don't think social media is necessarily the way to succeed here I. Think just. Going to follow an account that just features photos, party cups even though they are really nice looking photos. I think the way to succeed is on keyword research listing optimization. There's an enormous community of people who are selling on Amazon trying to understand fulfillment by Amazon, and third party selling because the stakes are high as I'm sure you're aware if you can be one of those first listings for pretty much any product that sells on A. Even a decent amount of volume that can be a lot of sales. Okay. So I would focus all on that too when I say focus what I mean is go and do a lot of reading. Okay. So there's a few resources you're probably familiar with seller central on Amazon. If you're not check that out very detailed forum, lots of post lots of resources they're also on read it, read it fulfillment by Amazon a suburb that has a lot of people asking lots of questions riding case studies. People helping each other out because they're all different industries there's not really competition. There's also a big facebook group Amazon Sellers Group. So just look for that Amazon dot sellers dot grew for I'm sure if you search for it on Facebook, you'll find it actually has sixty thousand members so I would spend a lot of time in these forums and threads. Really Understanding as I said, keyword research listing optimization. This can be kind of analytical logical work. So between your sister and you I'd ask I'd ask which one is better at that which one of you prefers that kind of work. Ideally, one of you could focus more on product and the other one would be learning about this because honestly, if you can improve your Amazon search results, that's going to be far more effective and having a lot of social followers. People are searching every day for Party cups and your objective your goal is to be one of those first results that shows up.

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PS5 Teardown Video Gets Up Close and Personal with the Console

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:43 min | 2 years ago

PS5 Teardown Video Gets Up Close and Personal with the Console

"Over on the playstation blog and on the playstation YouTube channel, they've put down a play station five tear down. This is a seven minute video of them on the playstation five talking about all the aspects of it and religious showing you how this thing works Kevin I put in an overall linked to the youtube video. If we can look at that, why read from the playstation blogs I, post about it and then I put some highlights in the back to. So reading from the playstation blogs company article, I fought thought these two paragraphs interesting. We felt. We felt it was inevitable to make a generational leap terms of performance in order to deliver a new next generation gaming experience ever to do. So we had a balanced every aspect of the system from focusing on reducing the noise level to enhancing the cooling capacity more than ever before. We've also highlighted the mechanism individual below that we've incorporated into the PS five council to make the operating sounds even quieter after an extensive and complex trial and error process. We have a we were pleased with the end result and I, cannot wait to hear fans give their hands on impressions of the Playstation Console and quote here it for themselves. So Gary, as we go through this, you see starting to cut cut around it Kevin. Can you go back to the very first shot this man with the playstation five there you go. Yeah. Just give me a wide shot of this thing. Place five tear down. It's GonNa Fade INEAR. Yet played efforts. This is. Keri. Look at how fucking big this thing that's a big thing you know what I mean as very. Getting hot and bothered by this thing, it's decent and I love it. Size does matter Greg and. I I'm sorry but law, it's we all knew it was going to be big. We not seeing these renders we've seen these comparison. Speculative images and people said Oh you know. Surely. It's not this'll that it's not that big I always said we need to see it like really like see someone holding what we need see into flesh to really get a sites. Now we've seen it my. Off? That is. I'm sorry you know I'm not anti playstation two, three order I'm very excited about. Time out a fulltime out if someone's going to look at this Intel you that is not an. Enormous system they are on another plane what they're tryin-. I'm sorry but it is I think even play I. Think this is something that I like to think that all of us can cross these tribal lines in even the most hardcore playstation fan would surely be willing to admit that thing is comically lodge comically lodge

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A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched

Planet Money

09:59 min | 2 years ago

A lesson from Trump's taxes: An underfunded IRS is outmatched

"And so part of the reason that president trump has been able to pace a little taxes at least according to the Times is because his businesses have lost so much money they've lost more than a billion dollars and he. Has, used the carry forward provisions among other things to reduce his tax bill for years and years. You know when you have business losses, it's like you have like money in the tax bank that you can use to pay less taxes in the future. Now, originally back in nineteen eighteen when carry-forward I started if you lost money one year, you could use that loss to reduce your taxes for next year but only for that one year and then a while later Congress said you know what you can carry over losses. For two years then Congress extended it further to fifteen years and eventually congress said you can spread your losses out. You can carry losses forward for as long as you want forever President Trump signed the bill that made that change into law in two thousand, eighteen and Isaac says there are good reasons to have this provision in the tax code it can be helpful for struggling businesses. So on the one hand, you kind of don't want your tax system to bankrupt a viable business just because it has a bad year. Right. So that's one. So it's useful but also but but depending on, you know how clever you are about your investments and how you go about booking what counts as a loss. There's lots of room to kind of gain with creative accounting. It is it is wildly open to abuse. So carry-forward is sometimes a reasonable useful thing and sometimes something that people and businesses abuse to pay less taxes than they should, and there are people at the irs whose job it is to figure out for every tax return that uses this provision you know which is this reasonable or is this abuse but as it says, the funding that pays for the IRS to enforce carry forward rules and the rest of the tax code, it has been cut for years it's been. A pretty substantial. block of the Republican Party in Congress has lined up behind the idea of really depriving the irs of teeth especially, the enforcement arm that that goes after. The rich and just like think about how expensive it can be to audit the taxes of the ultra rich fridge people do not have simple straightforward tax returns. They have a ton of paperwork fancy lawyers in. So look at the story we read The New York Times about the president's taxes right and and it was a picture that they have to assemble by looking at hundreds of different tax returns for hundreds of different entities. Now imagine having to do that for every even for one in ten rich people in the United States right Obviously, it can't be done. Except there's one congressional committee that specifically looks into the super-rich but only in some cases but but. One of those cases use the case of president trump. There was this one paragraph in the time story I mean there were a lot of paragraphs in the time story and a lot of it was interesting but there was one paragraph in particular that really I wanted to understand better. So the paragraph was related to this seventy three million dollar tax refund that Donald Trump apparently got in two thousand and ten and that he and the government are still fighting over. Okay. I'm going to read this paragraph it says quote refunds require. Blah. Blah Blah in opinion of the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation Blah Blah Blah and tax law requires the committee to weigh in on all refunds larger than two. Million dollars to individuals. So what this paragraph is saying is there is a committee in Congress that has to give an opinion every single time the irs is about to send some rich person, a multimillion dollar tax refund as I read this and I thought like why you know what is going on you have questions. So I called Dave Norton he's a corporate lawyer who used to work at this committee, the Joint Committee on taxation, and he told me this is not a normal kind of congressional committee. You know it doesn't right laws. It doesn't hold hearings where lawmakers ask questions that are really more like comments and the joint committee staff is. A non-partisan expert staff of economists. Lawyers. Accountants. So it's like it's like Congress's. Team of tax nerds. That is a good way to put it. Exactly, right mostly the nurse on this committee figure out what different changes to the tax code would mean for the government and for the economy, you know how different potential tax tweaks would work. But a few of them go into work everyday and review giant tax refunds that the IRS is about to send out it's it's interesting because it's so one by one right you don't think of Congress as doing. Anything on like we'RE GONNA get every big tax refund that goes out in America. But that is what they're doing here and I agree it is It is pretty unusual. It might be unique in terms of something that the Congress would get involved with Congress got involved with this back in the nineteen twenties basically because they didn't trust the person who was overseeing the IRS, the Treasury Secretary Andrew Melon. Melon was one of the richest men in America. Also, one of the biggest tax payers in America had all these business interests that he held onto he was treasury secretary, and so congress was like wait you're the boss of the IRS and you owe all these taxes and you have investments and all these businesses that the IRS is supposed to be taxing that seems very shady. You know we want to make sure that you're not just having the irs and you and your pals massive tax refunds. So what we congress are going to do is we're going to pass a law that requires this Joint Committee to review big refunds. Congress basically said tax nerds keep an eye on these rich guys in the refunds, and so here we are almost one hundred years later and the tax nerds. They are still keeping an eye on these guys, and that's why in two thousand eleven trump's refund made its way to this committee. Apparently, the committee reviews hundreds of these refunds a year. So it's you know. Sort of, but there are a couple of things in this case in the case of Donald Trump's giant refund that are unusual. One unusual thing is typically the committee reviews the refunds before they get sent out to tax payers make sense. Yeah. It would think you would think but there is this special corner of the law and it actually applies to sort of the twin Sarah of what you were talking about earlier in the show the twin of the carry forward provision right where you can carry forward losses. The twin is Keri back. Here's how Carrie backwards if you lose money in the year, you're filing your taxes for now instead of carrying those losses forward as you do in carry forward, you can look back to. The past, you can say, look a few years ago. I was making tons of money I was on the apprentice and I paid tons of taxes, and so what I WANNA do is I want to carry my losses from the present back into the past and I want you to give me a refund for all of those taxes I paid a few years ago. Right so that is what president trump in fact was doing in this case when he got this giant seventy-three, million dollar refund and the special provision of the law that applies here is actually something they call a quickie refund and so innocent. Cute little seventy-three, million dollar tax refund and what happens with a quickie refund is the IRS. Okay. We will send you the refund before we've done a thorough evaluation of your claim and you have to promise that. If we ultimately decide that your claim for this refund, not you're going to give us back the money. So that's what happened here. That is thing number one that was unusual to quickey refined I seventy three million dollars. Yes. Okay. So thing number two that is unusual is just how long it has taken to figure out whether the refund was legit. You know whether the president in fact qualified for the refund under the law so Typically. The Joint Committee Clears Clears Refund reviews. In about three weeks maybe a little bit more than three weeks in a kind of standard run of the mill case they've says that some really complicated cases might take a few months to figure out but the president's case is still unresolved and it went to the committee nine years ago years they've says, he never saw anything take anywhere near that long when he worked at the Committee I never saw years Adam okay. So a case that went on for years would be very unusual in your experience. That's fair. Say yes and you know it makes sense that once Donald Trump becomes president trump the case would become exceptional and more complicated and take longer but this was already going on for years before that happened and so it's not entirely clear why it's taking so long. So Okay we've been through what's going on with the president's case, and also where does this weird committee review come from The one last thing I wanted to ask Dave was does it even makes sense to have a special Congressional Committee Review You know individual tax refunds you sort of worked on both sides you you were describing working for clients whose refunds are held up by the committee you've worked on the committee holding up People's refunds as you study them. Do you feel like it's useful? I do think just from a from a revenue perspective the taxpayer gets huge bang for the buck out of the C. T. Refund review process it costs almost nothing to run. It's you know as I said, just a few people and they can be counted upon to spot millions and millions and millions of dollars of potential mistakes. The spotting thing. Hey, look this is this million here million there at this shouldn't be going out for this this this reason

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Harris to voters: Don't give up as Trump rushes court pick

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Harris to voters: Don't give up as Trump rushes court pick

"Democratic vice presidential nominee comelec Harris is urging voters not to be discouraged by GOP efforts to fill a Supreme Court seat before the election Harris says she knows everybody's tired that's how Republican leaders want they want you to feel like you're fight doesn't matter but in swing state North Carolina Harris says Democrats will not give up or give in we will not let the infection that president trump has injected into the presidency and into Congress that has paralyzed our politics and pitted Americans against each other bread to the United States Supreme Court keris sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee which means she'll play a direct role in the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation flights starting in two weeks the Senate's never confirmed a High Court nominees so close to an election Sager make ani Washington

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Homeland Insecurity: A Conversation With Erika Andiola

Latino Rebels Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Homeland Insecurity: A Conversation With Erika Andiola

"Your new podcast called homeland insecurity. Basically, it's a new documentary podcast from releases. About sort of the history of immigration enforcement, and how it all change, but we get into that egg. I wanted to at least introduce a clip that will play. Explain that really. Basically, it's you. It's your voice exploring how immigrants like yourself? have, become the enemy. And how feared change America so let's listen to the clip. I moved to the US from May. He go in their family when I was just eleven years. Old I never imagined will be treated like villains. Bringing drugs, children or forcibly separated from their practice down on sanctuary cities, bringing grime for a ban on all those long 'til suspend immigration over the corona by rapist. So. How did we get here? How did emigrants become the enemy? This is homeland insecurity it podcast from die says about the unwritten history of the HFS about. America lost its way. I'm your host eighty guns. In this podcast we'll go back to the very beginning, and how the mission of the H S win from fighting terrorists to something else. To keeping emigrants. At all costs. Subscribe to homeland insecurity wherever. You listen to podcasts. Visit Homeland Security PODCAST DOT COM So I WANNA make the connection because I you know I i. get what you're saying. It's very important, and and we've been very clear. You know black lives. Matter is black lives leading black voices amplifying. You know we're doing everything we can to be like. How does? How does How does this movement continue to stay elevated? But at the same time, just hearing what you're saying, right? And also, when you talk about police, because obviously police is not just Phoenix city police I mean there's so much police around us, and you are an enemy. You have become an enemy. Erica so how do we begin to make the connections and unpack? And how does your podcast wanted to throw so many questions at you and you can just go in and talk, but how does your podcast? Why do you think your podcast is so relevant now even more I think it is so I want to hear all up. Just it all out my friend. Definitely well, look, we ray now are able to have a much more clear. An open conversation about sixty matic systematic racism and white supremacy, and those are conversations that are really hard to how on a on a daily basis where a lot of people don't make the connection. So, what do you mean? Immigration has anything to do with criminal justice system. You know what it is a different entity than the police. Don't they do different things focus on different people in? It's always our job as as activists than. Organizers to really explain this this is how we works. You know this is not only how we works, but also this is where it comes from, and one of the big calls that we had just I think it was pretty big. With twenty twenty nineteen he was to abolish is and there was so much pushback you know like helping you. Abolish is like what's going to happen. Who GonNa Enforce this? It's a parallel that I'm seeing with people just really questioning cokie. You defend the police like what's going to happen where security gonNA know how security going to happen and. Continuous conversation of US having to explain that a lot of the systems are based on on white supremacy. Allow this system surveys on racism and the jobs that the police and the is Keri Al are basically rooted in that and so one not start looking into the root of that, and that's what the podcast does with the chest specifically.

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In California, protective equipment shortage pushes nurses to consider drastic action

The KFBK Morning News

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

In California, protective equipment shortage pushes nurses to consider drastic action

"The California nurses association reports that some hospitals are stockpiling PP preparing for research rather than supplying medical staff now unemployment in California is rising but the health care industry is seeing an overwhelming demand cave BK's Johnny Diego staining with more misty frost is the CEO of the online health care training provider keris she says the demand for health care professionals has changed since the Kobe nineteen outbreak the bureau of labor statistics before okay one is predicting that they're gonna be about two million new jobs created by twenty twenty eight in health care and what we're seeing is a very interesting acceleration of a lot of those positions right now frost says the majority of funding is going towards medical positions that work with patients face to face on non medical office positions are being put on pause pandemic world we're going to see an acceleration and those kinds and John as well as systems struggle to keep up with the returning demand after the

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Carrie Meets Kimberly Meredith: Single-Blind Edition

Oh No Ross and Carrie

09:25 min | 3 years ago

Carrie Meets Kimberly Meredith: Single-Blind Edition

"Welcome to own a rousing. Carry the show where we don't just report on fringe science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves when they make the claims. We show up. So you don't have to. I'm Ross Blocher. I'm just getting. This is Keri. Poppy Ross has not with me today. So we are both practicing social distancing as responsible members of society this episodes just to be me and our guest aunts. Ross's off rush editing. The episode you got last week the the huge corona virus massive episode. That we hope you all enjoyed while he was off making that I was off making this because we need. This was a really important time to talk about Cures real cures fake cures real treatments fo- treatments and there's a lot of treatments out there. Even for Corona virus. There are people who say that they can treat run a virus in ways that buck against our understanding of the science so wanted to better understand. those perspectives and that led me to a medical intuitive. Name's Kimberly Meredith now. Kimberly was at the conscious life. Expo when Ross and I were there We didn't get to talk to her then but I did stop her booth and ended up on her mailing list which is how I found out that she had written an e book about Corona Virus. I thought that yearbook and sort of went on a little adventure finding out a little more about Kimberly About her claims and invited her on the show to chat. So that's what you're going to hear here before you do. I just want to Kind of give you a little peek into my head space as I was doing this interview and preparing for this interview. Something that I've been thinking about a lot Especially during this outbreak but also just in the last couple years is a storytelling and how it works. It's easiest to tell a story when there is a clear villain and a clear victim. Those our favorite kinds of stories. They are the easiest sink. Our teeth into all you have to get rid of the bad guy. I think. An outbreak especially a viral outbreak. We realized how oversimplified that kind of story is there. Are people behaving badly when there's viral outbreak but there isn't one bad guy unless you believe it was created in elapsed where which it wasn't The virus of course has no intention of hurting. You just evolved like you did and yet it can do this tremendous harm and I think that there are impulses in the human mind. That are the same way that evolved For neutral ends but ended up being super super harmful I think that's what we're dealing with a bit in bad treatments for Corona virus bad treatments for anything it also is the case that sometimes we have good motives but bad information and good motives and bad information can still be a deadly combination. And I think that's what's happening here. I think Kimberly is sincere. Thinks she's Dudley wrong. You'll see why Dan Arieli. Who is a psychological expert in lying and deception? He wrote a great book called the Honest Truth. About dishonesty and one of the big things I learned from it was that dishonesty increases the most when we think we are being altruistic. Yes people live our personal gain. That's absolutely true. People live for monetary gain. Also true people lie to in arguments also true the biggest most powerful factor to make some lie is that they believe they're doing it for a greater purpose. I just wanted to put that bug in your ear before you hear this conversation I also apologize for the audio in this. We were talking via skype. Because that's the safest way to talk right now here. She is Kimberly Meredith. I'm happy to have on the show with me Kimberly Meredith. She describes herself as a medical intuitive. A healer psychic surgeon radio host former registered nurse and author of the new e Book Corona Virus. Twenty-one TIPS FOR PROTECTION. Kimberly is a trance chandler. She's a spiritual teacher and she says she's the most scientifically validated medical intuitive. And this interview is especially timely and important because right now as we're recording this the world is looking for a solution to this deadly cove in nineteen corona virus outbreak. And because Kimberly offers diagnosis and healing of the viral infection. And any other illness via her one. Our skype sessions. So please welcome. Kimberly Meredith Hugh Carey eggs for having me. My pleasure Did I get all of that right? I'm pretty match and think so I have been tested in a lot of different institutions with my medical medium ship. And it's been interesting doing all that. Yeah that's really really rare right but Then a medical intuitive gets that sort of a backing from the scientific establishment. Yeah I guess so I mean you you say you're the most scientifically validated so It's my perception that it's pretty rare. Is that not yours. Well I can only go with what has happened to me because I wasn't doing this for very long. I started doing my medical finding out that I was in medical medium. Just only since two thousand fourteen okay medical medium before Serta Now medical media and happened because I had a near death. Experience and after the end ee I became a Trans Channel. And after I started becoming trans-channel I found out that I was having the gifts of medical medium ship. Which is I have an unusual ability of scanning people with my hands and my ice rink in different codes. In the code linking Gives me information of where things are people's bodies that have cancer different illnesses and when that started to happen the word got out to many people including scientists in different doctors which led me to two different institutions? That wanted to test my abilities and not let you double blind studies and then began gap that I had these unique abilities. Finding things were correcting accurate in people's bodies. So tell us then about before the accident before the near Death Experience. What was your then a lot different than it is. Now I had a unique live. You know I work in dimensions now. Three D. Two fifty so I would say back then it was more of a third dimensional world which is what we're seeing right now. Which is very three D. I worked in a hospital and I worked on television shows worked on Grey's anatomy at work to General Hospital. I worked on brothers and sisters. I was called Medical Technical Advisor. Man I would set up shows. It looked like actual medical scenes were happening. Were people are having cardiac arrest that would work for directors real as possible and I also worked in a hospital side. Would you double double life like that? Oh interesting yes so you have this nursing backgrounds and then you moved from that more Gosh I don't even know what's called that more clinical field to this more spiritual angle before that transition you were working as an r. n. A registered nurse. Working Working Hospital and working in very sings came from you know got all kinds of medical things. I did was the CNA. Albion in various types of nursing all General floors and all over the place and then I went into doing medical technical advising until June shows and then I got hit by a car on foot in two thousand thirteen an academy an experience and then in the near death experience led me into having these multiple healing abilities. Now that I have a full blown craft California ed you Conventions and expos than and healing on people now and helping them find out what's going on with them so what happens. During that. Near death experience I went to the other. Siding came back and it was quite amazing. What soup like well I saw visions of Jesus and the Holy Spirit comes through my body. Awhile I left my body and I was envisioned envisioned Emceeing GOD Christ a Come through me and telling me that I was okay. I was going to stay here. And it was very frightening with seeing myself outside of my body and seeing them working on at the same time. I wasn't quite sure what's happening. Since like outside your body looking inside the same time I was experiencing a lot of light going through my eyes it was very traumatic experience.

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Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

Future Ear Radio

09:31 min | 3 years ago

Keri Roberts - Takeaways from 100+ Voice Technology Podcast Interviews

"So we're joined here today by Kerrie Roberts Caritas a little bit about who you are and what you do thank you dave. I'm so excited to be here so I like to say that I am a brand. I'm a marketer and I'm a community builder So I work for myself and a company called Brandon connection and one of my main clients is voice summit so I help them with their podcasting strategy as well as lead their marketing for their big event. That'll be in October. That's awesome so I've gotten to know Carey. She actually brought me on the inside voice. Podcast that's Sort of like where. Our relationship started and I just think that it's so cool. Because outside of this podcast that she does she has her own podcast. And then I know that she's the host of another podcast. So podcasting is sort of in her life blood and I think that I've learned a lot personally from her. Just the way that she goes about it in post production in the way. That she disseminates podcast. She doesn't really like thoughtful in a meaningful way. And I think that it's incredibly It's a it's a really good way. I think to to build a network and help to connect that network. I know that's kind of a big theme for you and so I'm curious like You know I wanted to bring you on to talk about your experience on the inside voice. Podcast go through some of the different episodes that you've done in the different guests that you've had but like as you've gotten immersed into this world with like so many of us kind of have In you've done it as like being this conduit of Understanding like who people are different. Facets you've actually probably gotten a really wide education you know into the whole voice landscapes on curious like from this first year or so that you've really started to get involved into the space would have been some of your like macro takeaways You know in in things that you've learned since doing this. Yeah well again. Thank you for the kind words I appreciate it. I've been personally podcasting for a little over five years. And I took over the inside voice podcast and leading their strategy and hosting and kind of running it as their form of content marketing and one of the things that Pete Erickson the owner of waste summit that he and I share. Is this love for connection and community and to really showcase the diverse community that we have in voice technology and when I say diverse that means not only male female Or whatever gender you identify as Lgbtq Q Different races different backgrounds but also different elements within voice. So you know it's not just developers or CEO's it's linguists. It's audio engineers. It's voice artists It's startups it's conversational designers. And so my job is to really make sure that we're hitting the gamut as best as possible And I think we're doing that. I think we're doing that. Not only in the podcast that the events that we host And so for me. I personally love hearing what people are passionate about. What makes them great for every episode? I really tried to highlight them as a person first and foremost And then the work that they do within voice and so. I think you know one of the things that I've noticed kind of overdoing that podcast for the last year or so Is that you know first of all. There's so many people involved in voice and that it's important for us to learn the different things that they're doing And so within that also comes the importance of inclusivity with invoice. You know talking to people and saying okay election. Google tend to be a female voice when not everybody wants to hear that or identifies with that or feels comfortable with that You know when you're creating conversations are you including people in how they speak within their culture within their language translation is not always direct word for word. It's also the vernacular and how do we interact with people Are you including people who have disabilities? Who HAVE SPEECH IMPEDIMENTS? You know that I think really thinking about voice in a broader term And really the big question is how do we include the whole world and make them feel leg? They matter and that they can interact with voice. on a global scale. And that's that's not an easy answer but it's great to see that people are doing their due diligence to work on that and I think that's probably the biggest takeaway from the voice standpoint When we're looking at the other side from the consumer standpoint The challenge there is security and this is something I think people have heard about for a long time Of course people talk about well You know your mobile phones already have enough information on you. Are you worrying about Voice But you know there is concern when you're asking people to use their voice for passwords You know how easy is it for somebody to hack into something to take your important information? Your data your privacy and there is a very high level of concern from a consumer standpoint of. How are the big companies doing this? How are Amazon Google and Samsung Keeping the data protected but also every single person. That's doing voice if you are a startup or you own an agency or you're doing it on your own you know how are you proving to your clients and consumers that you're keeping their data and their information safe and it won't get hacked into. Yeah you've touched on a lot of different things there. I think first and foremost it's it's really cool that Because that is something that I've noticed about your podcast is. It's really really diverse and it's just like you said it's not necessarily like just the people but it's also their backgrounds in their interest. Because I think that one of the biggest takeaways that I had when I went to these different shows like I went to the Alexa conference which is now project voice and then I went to voice. Summit Was just a wide variety of different people. Like kind of coming into the space for different things just like you said like people with a linguist background developers designers. So I think it's so cool that it is like this melting pot and I think that the most insightful I think findings that people have come across. Have been when you have like this. Crossover like you have. People that are applying everything that they know in the linguistics world. And then you have the conversational designers that are coming in and when they're all starting to fuse their knowledge together. I think that's where some of the most interesting thing has come about. And you know going off of the point that you made around security and privacy. I think it's really important that this is something. That is a really centric to the whole conversation. Right now I think it's top of mind that a lot of people are realizing that like I think a lot of the people that are attending. These kind of conferences are They share the same sentiments. You know they are concerned about Where's the state of going? What is this data going to be used for? Are we comfortable with sharing the level of this data like I still go back to a the first Alexa conference that I went to where Brian Rahmani was speaking? And my big thing that I kept coming back to like. He kept saying that will need to have these like really deep relationships with voice assistance in order for them to be more impactful So therefore they're going to need a like a deeper level contextual understanding about the user but I feel like that's that runs counter to trust and security so like I'm only going to be able to. I'm only going to be comfortable with sharing the sensitive information that would make my voice assistant In even better assistant if I if I trust all of that so I totally agree with you that I think those are really critical pieces like as the formative period of time while technologies being built so I wanted to Because you've done so many podcasts. In you've brought on so many awesome guests. I thought that what would be kind of fun to do. While you're on here is to go through some of the different episodes that you've done In just go guest by guest in just have you share like either a key takeaway something you learned from that person or just something that you really enjoyed about that person in the conversation are you. Of course I would love to do that. Okay so I know that you shared today on on linked in or twitter. I saw it somewhere about the media people and so. I've had a chance to meet Claire Mitchell and Patrick. So let's start with Patrick. I know that you've done an episode with him. Patrick Gibbons GimMe something from that episode. Yeah I think you know I just WANNA say Intermedia. A lot of people got into voice because of Gary Chalk myself included the sub. Where I I heard about it. And there's so much hype about Gary and he's an amazing person but I think we really want to that. The people on his team are equally as amazing an equally as passionate And Patrick Really he's excited about stuff on the go here bowls a lot of the space that your in specifically And he also Kinda came from an artistic background and I love that he is willing to kind of reach out and say. Hey if you guys have questions like let's collaborate. Let's interact and so it's not just about okay. We're Bainer media and we're going to do our own thing it's like. We WANNA work with everybody and so I love that he kind of mixes his artistic background his ability to connect with others and then his personal passion within boys about how. It's going to be so much more on the go how we're going to be using curable and what that's going to look like

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The Founder/CEO of Inspired Living Talks Building Influential Brands

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

10:08 min | 3 years ago

The Founder/CEO of Inspired Living Talks Building Influential Brands

"Not gonna wait for someone to validate what i wanna do where who i am and feel like for so many of us extraordinary ordinary women. We wait for someone to tell us. We're good enough. We wait for someone to say you've got this. We wait for someone to say. Go do this instead of. I'm just saying i've got this in that that inner critic when you when when you made that switch right i mean you had that inner critic showing up. I'm certainly uncertain. It's like it's okay. I'm gonna i'm not gonna do this anymore but this is this <unk> that you made. How did you really hush that the inner critic and step into it anyway. You know i think because i lost it all i had nothing left to lose. I had people saying horrible things about me i i had you know my what i felt my reputation. My ego was crushed to as you get older. At least i'll say hey you know i stopped caring so much a mode other people think and i was more on fire about sharing message than i was being perfect and what i look gleich and i feel like when women come to me and they can really make that shift and realize that to make the impact you're here on this earth to make take you have to be willing to let go of eko and that the women out there that we that we feel are leaders and visionaries generes and and you know leading great movements never once is at about what they look like you don't look at oprah who was told by the way she does not have face as i say oh you know what i listened to her. If she looked like this or he or she she'd be so much more successful. If people fall in love of assault not faces cami love you for that yes because when we when we just show up authentically as who we are instincts can start to shift for us right. Yes and that's <unk> sounds like what you did right. It's like i'm not going to be in that room full of bikini clad models anymore. I want to go be me in your own business then yet the third business but there is v i have to tell you it has been the most fun the most successful the most liberating i asked. I was a single mom for three years. You know it's like i just i really single mom in the mix of all of this like me. I got pregnant at at forty four so my daughter's four now so molina last year. Have i been in this beautiful relationship. I mean it's been in two years but we lived together for the last year <hes> and it was you know i moved out there so inspired living at that time was is growing tremendously and i figured out i'm having a baby. How am i. I have no family around me. Let's do this but it but i have to say it it made me even stronger and my message even clearer and my vision even more bright and yet i was so scared scared of what other people would think of me too so it's <hes> i'm not gonna say. I have a steel wall around me because i'm human but i feel like you kinda get over or yourself and i know who i am and i know that if you don't like me it's okay. You don't have to buy into what i'm doing because i have the right people that do now right so you teach people how to release show up authentically in their business and you call it the it factors that s. so tell us more about that going up entertainment. I swear to god. I heard that word all the time. Oh yeah did she have the it factor yes and and then i remember when i own the agency we had these open calls which every month people could come in and audition for the agency and cami. It was so funny because i really we saw this it factor at play where someone would come into the room as clean as could be right no resume no experience and man they had equality about them that was just captivating and it had nothing to do with what they look like. You're so right and so i remember hearing this. It word and i feel like we all have it like. I get asked all the time you know. Is it something you're born with or. Is it something that's developed. I think it's both i think some people are in just born with this natural <unk> qua- this spirit that you're drawn to i feel like other people can work through the the limiting beliefs and fears that keep them. I'm from shining and ignite it and that's where my training is called. Ignite your factor because when you really understand who you are and i feel like most of us. Don't take take time to figure that out cami. I would say probably ninety percent of people on the planet. I love where you're taking this because i'm just going to throw this in here. You're going to check out this so i talk about building your brand from the inside out so it's like who are you at your mary essence. How do you build your brand from the inside out and my book is called fired answer so there's is the fire were originally yes in. My event that i do in november is called ignite. Girlfriend are literally soul sisters here yes we we are aligned. Yes i couldn't agree with you more. You know it's like yes. You wanna look great. You wanna feel great like i teach people how to dress. You know how to do their makeup. All of those thanks but that is just it's just icing on the cake the cake scott to be good by itself and you have to love the recipe you have to love putting it all together and so it it really is all of that and it's so much fun. It is so much fun when in in seeing the transformation that these women have and it's like oh my got i finally have permission. I finally get it. I in that is just fire right there just so excited and so we work with them yes on what he thinks of the camera he says is our for finding that transformation i get. I think it's a bit of inner knowing. I think it's acceptance. I think it's really realizing what you're great at and not being ashamed or or feel bad when you say i. I'm really good at this. I think women have this tendency should not ever wanna toot their own horn. I can't stay on this. A guy will call him america's best any day right the guy out there and then i also i think so it's it's an inner process for sure but then i think also when you start really seeing the results that you have other people get and you do that enough. There's just the confidence that comes with that where i mean. I have no doubt about it. We're really great of what we do. We're actually pretty or amazing what we do and because i it's proven it's true i've seen it over and over again and i think that sometimes when people are starting a business. They lack confidence because they haven't done the r._n._d. They haven't seen the the results yet and they're still trying to find the message or find the client and i think once you do that and you see a track record of success. Those two things that inter knowing acceptance and then results are so powerful. That's awesome. That's awesome. So is your business. It primarily focused on video or is there. Is there more expansive as tommy. Tell me a little bit about that. Oh it's so much more significant people come into and do us for the video day like that's the front door of our home writing as they come in for like the video training right what we often find cammie when people come into the house is is that they have built a business that is sustainable. They're often working-time for dollars. They're still doing everything on their own. They're so fearful to get support and again. I have been there. I have that t shirts. No we have we comes. We have to cut two tracks in our business. We have have the in front of the camera and then we have behind the scenes you cannot be amazing on camera and put yourself out there and not be able to scale and have systems in automation and teams or you vice versa. You can't have all the systems and team and have no one coming into your business because you're not found anywhere right so it really is this beautiful center g. and and cross kind of like building of the outward and the inward. Yes people don't come to us for that. We don't market that side of the business so much because so many people are already doing that. Were very specialized on. I like your model a lot because is it is break people in in in that front door but it's it's it does take all of that to be able to bring <hes> wholeness to a business sustainability lead to a business right exactly and can i say that most people are trying to market too much. You know i think because women were so multifaceted multi talented i. I'm not kidding one of our clients who i love to death. She came to us as a celebrity event planner iraqi healer and a yoga instructor and i'm like what in her and her site. You couldn't even figure out what she did really like. What how do you market yourself. Like what are you how does one into the other and this and that and i feel like that's kinda. Rare people come to us. Look like here's the whole plate and people just don't even know if they wanna bite yet you know and i think that especially because they're so much content right now in there so how many people online you have to be able to uniquely differentiate yourself and i find that when people come to us they're so afraid to niche down mike mike but that's the only way you'll grow out. I don't know if you say that because nobody tony i mean that's people who are trying to be too many things to you know to to many different people and egypt. You just can't be all of that we can't you can't add good message. You can't have good connections. You can have real strong teachings. If you're if you're too many things to too. Many people and people can't say to you don't know if you're talking to them. You know confused. Mind will never buy so stop confusing think

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Patriots C Andrews' season in jeopardy

Golic & Wingo

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Patriots C Andrews' season in jeopardy

"Serious health news for the patriots one of the team's captain starting center David answers as blood clots in his lungs is twenty nineteen season now in jeopardy league sources have confirmed to ESPN's Mike Reiss he was hospitalized well growing undergoing tests to pinpoint the cause of the clouds on a positive note he reportedly was released from the hospital Monday night he did put twenty eight snaps in the patriots preseason win over the Panthers on Thursday night wasn't a practice the past couple of days top back up Sir for your veterans that take cares and James variance between the two of them you're talking about sixty eight career games but only five starts Michael junior I was guilty with offense of line what's the impact of this in your mind for the patriots I I think it's certainly concerning because of what the position of center usually occupies for most line it's a communicator it's someone who works hand in hand with the quarterback and listen it's a relationship was not documented all the time I feel like Peyton manning and Jeff Saturday night modern era really were that one where the show tomorrow we did pieces on them watching film together it's a very valuable relationship and as Tom Brady gets up there I'm sure the last change the better an offense that seems to thrive in it they have one of the better off ends of lines in the NFL and took a hit there's no question here you want the best for his health at the first and foremost of without worry about it but for the patriots on the field this is going to be an adjustment teddy keris is been a backup swing guy there for the last couple of years now but that's for a reason yeah you get comfortable right yeah eggs especially if you're craving know you're one of the greatest ever in Tom Brady you so there's a comfort level the same guy in front of all by the way his career Andrews has been won AAC championship game and the rest Super Bowl correct in five years yeah it's been amazing to leave a bowl and blood clots when you just don't mess with it all you do not throwing a whole ism and that could enjoy like me and that's that's house that is again out of the realm of that you know in the end goal type injury this is like whoa hold on I mean that's what killed their Thomas yeah I mean after the car crash he it was a blood clot and they didn't catch it and that's what that that's literally killed him so you you can not mess with that stuff when it comes to that so first and foremost we hope his health is okay and then we'll figure out from there with the

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Vanity Fair, Annie Liebowitz And Keri discussed on Jason and Alexis

Jason and Alexis

02:49 min | 4 years ago

Vanity Fair, Annie Liebowitz And Keri discussed on Jason and Alexis

"Vanity Fair? Just dropped. A giant cover story on Star Wars. The rise of Skywalker. Beautiful pictures by Annie liebowitz of the cast, including Cal Ripken. And girl. I was quickly reading stuff through all the commercial breaks. They revealed a lot more than I thought they would reveal Lum. They confirmed that Jj Abrams. Good friend, and miss Felicity herself, Keri, Russell is in this movie. Rumors that she was ended there. She couldn't confirm it. Well, Vanity Fair, confirmed it and even showed her costume. It is a kick costume. She plays hold on a minute. It's a cool name to her costume is awesome. Let's see here there. She is. She plays a bad guy. She is a K. Russell masked scoundrel by the way. That's also what we call dawn masked, scoundrel, Zora, bliss who Zoe bliss and her mask is awesome. I want that mask. They also confirm that Kylo Ren. And Ray may have a deeper connection than has been previously revealed. Oh, which I'm shocked Vanity Fair wrote that hill. Richard E grant, people love him. He is a general. He's a bad guy. And now I'm really going out. And then I'll stop because mytalkers if you're not a nerd, you're like white Don, you'll love this. It is confirmed that the knights of Ren are in this movie there. The thought there, the elite guard that was mentioned in the force awakens. So they're in this to their favor. They've revealed some planets. Yeah. It's it's that's a lot. I'm shocked. And I know you're not a nerdy, rolling your eyes going. I don't understand the big deal. They are usually so secretive, but they gave a lot of details of light, basically what we can expect, and it's a lot, and they show a they even have a picture of the final lightsaber scene between Tyler and Ray it looks like they're in a body of water on crashed there on top of like a tie crashed typhi ter-. Oh, wow. They are showing a lot. They're showing the law, which are are beautiful, and Billy Dee Williams. Looks amazing shot of him in the cockpit of the millennium falcon. Annie liebowitz is so amazing. She's such a good photographer. Yeah. Oh, I'm just beyond

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