9 Episode results for "Kerrie Roberts"
Voice in Canada - Teri Fisher on the Inside Voice Podcast
"He their hope you're doing well. It's Tuesday a Terry Fisher here with your flash briefing and IT'S PODCAST Tuesday. So that means a new podcast on the Al. In Canada podcast is out. Today's podcast is an interview. That I did with Kerrie Roberts from the inside voice podcast but the tables are turned. I've interviewed her previously And if you've been listening along you heard that interview. This particular episode is her interviewing me on her podcast But she was really really gracious. And letting me share this with all of you so we cover actually quite a wide variety of topics we talk about Flash Briefings. We talked about the game flash briefing. We talk about sonic branding. We talk about voice technology and healthcare we talk about a whole bunch of different things so and carries fantastic hosts by the way. So if you haven't checked out her podcast already definitely do so. So that is at A. L. E. X. In Canada DOT CA slash. One nineteen. And the other thing I want to tell you is that this week tomorrow. Wednesday march twenty fifth starting at two PM Eastern. I'm hosting a live Webinar. It's almost like a mini conference on voice technology and Corona virus. And how can technology help in pandemics? So if you're interested in not you just go to voice. I health dot com slash live. Okay stay safe. Be well and I'll talk to you soon. Brief CAST DOT FM.
Live Amazon Alexa Events
"The Hair Terry Fisher here and boy. There's a lot of information news that I want to tell you about a number of different events today and let's get right to it. Today's a big day as you know Tomorrow is the start of Oyston but today there's all kinds of promotional live streams that are going on and I just want to tell you about them because if you want to him out of course I encourage you to be part of it. The first one is on the inside voice. Podcast it's hosted by Kerrie Roberts. I've interviewed her before she is hosting. A live streamed podcast today at ten. Am Pacific at one PM Eastern if you search on Youtube for were the inside voice podcast. You'll be able to find that she is interviewing EU. Utility attention. Live and I'll be joining him for a few minutes at the end to talk a little bit about the voice den as well at five o'clock today Pacific so eight o'clock eastern be directly with Ian Utility and we'll be doing a live podcast and this will be going live on the attention. Live Youtube page so att N. Dot live and as well. I will be planning to stream this. Everything goes right with the technology through my own facebook group at alias. In canton you can access that group at alias a Canada dot ca slash community. This is the podcast that's going to be the night. Say the Word Again A. L. E. X. and Canada DOT CA. Podcast tomorrow. And so we're gonNA produce that but we're going to be getting into a lot of the The Voice Dan stop. We're GONNA be talking about Ian is doing with his incredible company. Attention live about live streaming through lexi incredible incredible technology. It's going to be a lot of fun. So a couple of events for you to join. I hope that you will and Hope to speak with you very soon. Okay so tomorrow. Look for the podcast in tomorrow's big days while so stay tuned. Hope you're doing well today and I'll talk to you brief. Cast DOT FM.
Episode 34- The Sound Marketing Landscape With Pete Erickson (Part One)
"We had an indication that the voice wasn't Morton to developers. There was a lot of frustration to be quite frank. That Syria was not available. That it was on the devices and it was being used within apple. Apps but developers were really curious. How come apple didn't give them access to the SE K? And AP is so that they could voice enable their applications. Now have apple made that decision. We may not be having this conversation right now. The voice I revolution may have already happened through apple but here we are all these years later and Amazon was the first to the market with a broad appeal consumer device in Amazon Alexa. Now they're digging it out with Google and Samsung bixby's making a case and then there's you know there's a ton of different enterprise solutions now on the market and you know the market is here and it is exciting and I. I guess I'm glad at the end of the day with how it all worked out because Buried a very good position. Relative to the Mark Ericson welcome to the sound and marketing podcast AIDS. Great to be here. Let's just start off with what inside. Voice is and what motive is yes. So I'll start with motive. Motive is my company and it started as a meet up community in two thousand nine I had moved to the DC area from Seattle and Found myself out here with not a big network and But something big technologically. It happened and that is the IPHONE. Had come out. Not only the iphone come out but the ITUNES APP store had opened up and there started to be really a lot of noise in the industry in the tech industry about what this was going to need. I was looking for people to collaborate with in the DC area. And I couldn't find anybody so I started a meet up group and that group is called The Washington iphone Android smartphone developers group and our first meeting had twelve people that came to a pizza shop. It was really cool. There's something that happened at that meet up you know. We sat around a table and developers were sharing information with each other. That was really critical to them. And the next month we met again except we had immediate larger table. I think it was a meeting room and Was About Twenty four people so we doubled in size in one month FLASH FORWARD A COUPLE YEARS. We had you know well over. A thousand members and people were begging me to put on a conference so I put a conference on and that's when I decided to rename the group motive which did for Mobile Development and I put on the mode of conference and it was a three day a developer conference. A few hundred people came. I've managed to EEK out. A little profit came home and told my wife. I said you know what I think. This is our next business. So motive was born as business. It's my vocation to bring people together to develop technology conferences and to really learn the ropes on on building community to monetize that how to create experiences. And it's been an amazing journey so here I am. You know all these years later and I have one of the top voice conferences in the industry. But there's a little bit of back story there so we you know we. I started to understand what was going to happen with voice. When Syria came out in two thousand eleven and our community of mobile developers were incredulous that they could not get access to Siri for their APPS and I remember. We spent an entire. Meet up talking about this and I knew at that time that there was a real demand. For developers to incorporate voice they talked about all the different ways voice would have helped their users use their apps more effectively so in twenty fifteen when Alexa I became republic came out and Beta in two thousand fourteen. I got in touch with Amazon Amazon. It's sponsored many of our events by then and we created a Amazon Alexa Workshop for developers before the very first SDK's Were even available so we started the process of building community way back way back then in twenty seventeen. We went on a ten city tour funded by Amazon teaching about two thousand people how to build their very first Alexis skill. So what happened? Then is we had all this data so we had trained a couple thousand people we boil that data to about ten different persona types and we looked around and there was not a conference to address these various personas so we developed voice launched the conference in two thousand eighteen. We invited all these persona types. And it's why we were successful in launching. You know the top event spaces. We adopt a lot. We'd done all the homework we had the data and we just listened to the data and now here we are in two thousand twenty. Were really excited about what's happened with this community. We find ourselves in a in a really position to get to meet so many people from so many different walks of life and to see this new market sort of evolved before our eyes inside. Voice is our podcast. And that's led by Kerrie Roberts and she has done a fabulous job and we just had our hundred episode of inside out. We push out two episodes a week because it is our belief r. y. At motive. Is We believe that human connection is vital. In the era digital transformation. And that y drives everything we do so pushing out two episodes. A week of a podcast is a way that we can connect people with one another way that we can elevate people in the community and when this way that we can make more and voices be heard so Gina I command you with what you're doing with your podcast and and we certainly love being a part of the podcast cuties. Well well thank you that I mean education. That's why I'm doing what I'm doing because I kind of stumbled on this just for my own research and I was like this is fascinating and this is where it's going. Nobody's talking about it there. There was inside voice. There was the sonic truth. Speaks about it. Twenty Thousand Hertz. Sideways talks about it. But I was just like my goodness. There's so much to to learn so. Yeah I commend you as well. 'cause to a week is very ambitious. So that's all carry and you know the team they do. They do a really good job yes they do. They definitely do so. This is kind of cool because you kind of started this idea before there was something Alexa. Didn't even go Beta until two thousand fourteen. You said Yeah. Yeah so you were there before all of that. My goodness well I think we had we had. We had indication that the voice was important to developers and there was a lot of frustration to be quite frank. That Syria was not available. That it was it was on the devices and it was being used within apple APPs but developers were really curious. How come apple didn't give them access to the UK at a p is so that they could voice enable their applications? Now have apple made that decision. We may not be having this conversation right now. The voice I revolution may have already happened through apple. That's right it would have already happened through apple But here we are all these years later and Amazon you know was the first to the market with a broad appeal consumer device in Amazon Alexa. And now they're doing it out with Google and Samsung bixby's making not making a case and then there's you know there's a ton of different enterprise solutions now on the market and the market is here and it is exciting and I. I guess I'm glad at the end of the day with how it all worked out. Because we're at a very good position relative to to the market so with all that you've seen in helped develop There's a lot of possibilities as you know for Sound Marketing. I haven't even touched the surface of it I haven't even discovered all of it but there's so many different ways to sound market. There's so much technology can you kind of? This is an impossible task. But can you kind of blasts through those? And what do you? What do you see kind of coming in the forefront of ways that you can use sound in marketing? So I think what's happening is is. There is an understanding of what voice really means and the voice market really means because a lot of a lot of it is sound right We take Hughes from our devices. Now that maybe in the form of a tune a chime We certainly know a lot of brands that have had you know the copper top battery and Nye was like to point out the start of law and order. You know that show. Yes just by that sound. You know it's coming and you know so sound. Marketing is actually been around for a long time. But I think now it's an imperative you can no longer ignore Sound marketing because people are engaging with devices using their voice and using their ears so sound. Marketing is pervasive. You're starting to see it to really take hold with nontraditional devices like appliances. Microwaves and other devices in our homes suddenly have a unique set of sounds based on what it is. They're doing so sound marking is. It's really fun area to see a ball and some people call it. Sonic branding we have a group called. Sonic brand society which is like a networking community within voice. It really is at the end today. It's all sound marketing whether it's a voice whether it's time whether it's music and it's all based on. Hughes Audio Cues You. You know you also said the. There's a lot of technologies out there true. There are a lot of technologies out there to help us with sound marketing. The really I think at the end of the day it's a very artistic endeavor and I think there are people just like writers or musicians. There are sound marketers. That really have skills when it comes to creating the right sounds for the right purpose so I would encourage everybody that you know the answer to sound. Marketing isn't a technological one more than it is An artistic one. I don't know where you fall on that. But that's that's been my experience. Yeah I think the key is not necessarily a song. It's not a jingle it can make a sound and I think people think of like sound marketing or sonic branding if they think of it. They're thinking of music and it doesn't have to be tonal it can be atonal. Think of Aflak you hear the duck. That's a sonic framing right there. Yes there's musical hints to it because He's speaking but basically it's a sound it's not it's not a tune you could have a tune and it's just kind of one of those things that you've ingrained in your brain but it doesn't actually represent your brand so. I interviewed Steve Keller a little bit ago and he was talking about marrying sound science with sound art. And I think that that's key right. There is that you have to be using the left and the right brain In order to come up with something that actually personifies you and your brand. I think that is spot on. And I love Steve. And Steve's been a part of our first two conferences and yeah I think I think you're right I think and I think what's fun is to watch the watch the education of the market and to see people in Organizations. I think about Rjr Beanie at Audio Brain Day let us. They led us at at the voice summit on a journey into creating our first sonic identity. That was an eye opening experience for me. It just it just to see that process whether it is a time or there is a tunnel or otherwise I think the education the market is just getting started and I look forward to To all companies really understanding. Nessim figuring out how they can embrace it. You hinted a little bit on the voice summit when you were talking about motive Can you kind of give me a little summation of like the mission? And what kinds of people will be there. What kinds of things? You're going to be discussing this year. The mission of voice summit kind of aligns with the mission of of mode of and are y boy summit is intended to bring together the people that are impacting the voice verse industry but also the people that want to get involved. We bring together. The experts We bring together those that want to get into this market and we have an educational conference. We also our business conference so we try to accomplish ball tasks and open it up to multiple industries. So you'll notice that catered to one industry or the other. We believe that there is a really cool intersectional effect when you bring game developers healthcare developers intact developers automotive developers together to share with each other. What they're doing. So you know our purpose is to bring together all walks of life that are entering this space create value up and down the chain and I think we've we've done that successfully. What's interesting is we got our start when this market was really a lot of hype and I don't mean that in any kind of derogatory way But in two thousand eighteen there was still a lot of hyperion voice. There was still a lot that were people. Were trying to figure out. Not a lot of brands. Were really using voice yet or using voice skills. There were a few twenty nineteen. You noticed a change. You noticed that a lot more brands were willing to get up there and talk about what they're doing. Twenty twenty is the year really that this market becomes solidified and the leaders of this market become established there has been some consolidation so Several companies that sponsored bit a part of our events have been acquired so that's probably gonNA accelerate voice summit and our subsequent events are voice global livestream event June Those are really where you can take a temperature of the industry and hopefully get a good understanding of what's happening and who's who's leading the way. When is the voice summit this year and where we held the first two events at the July? We moved the event back to October fifth rate. And we're excited to share our story. I live here in Arlington Virginia and we are moving the conference to Arlington Virginia. Actually just in the shadow of the new age youtube by Amazon. That's an area of town called crystal city. The larger areas is called national landing. There is a lot of redevelopment happening there and we feel like it's a great home for our conference just given there so much attention on that area. Virginia Tech is building a large campus. There of course the HD two buildings are being built right. Now there's a lot of excitement a lot of shops and restaurants and it's really kind of like canvas for building out a large tech conference that has a lot of dynamic components to it. So we're really excited about our new home. Homebase hotel will be the Crystal City Hyatt regency and then we also rented across. The street rented the renaissance to do great properties. The renaissance is a brand new hotel. Just gorgeous so we have plenty of room for everybody and It's GonNa be a really fun environment. That like I said has all the breakout classes that we have the keynotes in the expos and a lot of community events planned so it should satisfy all those those networks that are out there. I heard also that last year you just. You just need more space. You were growing too big is did I hear correctly. We were happy that we chose. Newark has a place where we Where we launched the conference but yeah we need. We need room to grow. We anticipate that over the next five years. This is going to be a twenty five thousand person conference so we have put ourselves in a position where we could grow what we like about our choices. It's not a traditional conference center It is a series of hotels where we create a campus so we like the campus field that we're moving into and every year it'll change a little bit. Inner grow as the as the region becomes built out as more buildings. Turn their lights on more restaurants. Come in so. We think that this is going to be a fun. Run for us. And we're excited about bringing people to Arlington and I'm excited about producing event in my backyard. We've been doing events around the world for the last five years. A lot of travel a lot of miles and it's always nice to bring it home. Wow I didn't even realize twenty-five thousand I mean that makes sense because this is an industry that is going somewhere And such a huge conference and it's so funny too because you're probably going to have the market at least in the US because there isn't like you said there's not a conference like this out there. I've seen some stuff in Europe but yeah there are some other great conferences project voice was in January. That's a great event put on by Bradley Metro and he does The voice to the car toys of Hell Voice of money. And you know from one community builder to another. I really admire what what what rallies building. However there's room for a lot of great community builders. We are huge fans of all the conferences that are out there others all about voice in Europe which is a great event there several vertically aligned industry events there was just on. Alexa event in Bangalore India. And you know our hats off to all the community builders out there we know how hard it is to build community to monetize it to get the sponsors their ticket the speaker to get off altogether so we're huge fans but we do feel fortunate. We do feel fortunate that were in this position and you know as a community builder. I'm thrilled I do feel I do feel like after you know. Ten eleven years of hard work in the trenches and learning learning how to be a community. Learn how to build conferences and learn how to build conferences. That can scale. I feel this is an earn position. I have a duty to to make sure this is a great event for industry to make sure people have a great experience to make sure sponsors feel like they get a return on their investment. Make sure people that fly from around the world feel like it was worth their time. Come here so we take. I take that role very seriously. I only help to to meet and exceed expectations in October. I hope that you enjoyed this episode of the sound in marketing podcast with Ericsson founder of motive voice summit and the inside voice podcast tune in next week for the conclusion of the interview. Where we talk about this past in Vegas at the voice at CAS event other noteworthy events resources. Great on genuity and exploration examples than for already occurred in this wide open landscape in predictions for the future. You can also follow and subscribe to the sound and marketing podcast on Itunes spotify. Google play Iheart Radio Pandora and stitcher. And don't forget to share it with your friends for inquiries on producing developing your own podcast or for enquiries funds sonic branding and Sonic Brennan consultation. Availabilities you can find me at dreamer productions. That's D. R. E. A. M. R. Productions Dot Com Lincoln and facebook. You can also email me at Jean. J. E. A. N. a. At dreamer productions dot com all links will be provided in the show notes. This episode was produced by Dreamer Productions and hosted written and edited by me Gina Item. Let's make this world of sound more intriguing more unique more and more on brand.
Dr. Teri Fisher on the Inside Voice Podcast with Keri Roberts
"You're listening to episode one nineteen of Alexa in Canada. The voice experience. Hey there I'm Dr Terry Fisher. One part physician. One part voiced newscast when big part Canadian and one small part of our community northern voice together. Let's explore how choice technology is transforming our lives north of the border. Let's talk voiced. Hey there it's Dr Terry Fisher here with your podcast for this week. Thank you so much for joining me. I hope you're doing well. I hope you were staying healthy. And you're making the best of what's going on in the world right now. Today's podcast is a little bit of a turn the tables once again. This is one where I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Kerrie Roberts who is the host of the inside voice podcast. I'll tell you a little more about that but I I just need to correct something that I said last week on the podcast and this is Something that's come up because of the virus and Kobe. One thousand nine and all of that. Last week I did a podcast episode specifically about how technology can help during pandemic string times like this and one of the things that I had said was that I currently have a corona virus doc skill and my corona virus. Tips was about to go live well since then in fact the day that the podcast went live I received an email from Amazon saying that they were pulling all of the skills that had to do with krona virus and Cova nineteen and this is because they want to maintain some control over. What type of information is being sent out and there's not misinformation so if you have been looking for my corona virus doc skill or micro virus tips thus reaping. That's why it's there. Amazon is pulled them all. Now you may or may not know is I do have another flash briefing called health. Tips health tips by voice. I health and that is a flash briefing daily briefing of course and I cover all different types of tips. Nutrition tips Exercise Tips Mental Health Tips. And so on but because of what's going on am transitioning to include more of the tips specifically around. What's going on with kroner? So that is to say that if you do want to get a daily flash briefing which is all evidence based And we'll have certainly a lot of tips now on what's going on the world you can always look up that flash briefing. It's called health tips by voice. I health you can search health tips flash briefing on the Amazon skill store. The other thing I just want to briefly mention is the data. This goes live the following day on Wednesday March twenty fifth. I'm going to be hosting a Webinar all about Kobe. One thousand nine hundred and how technology can help. I've got some incredible incredible speakers lined up. It's going to be starting at two o'clock eastern time and if you want to register for that encourage you to join us. I think it'll be a lot of fun. But also. Very informative very timely. You can go to voice. I health dot com slash live. And that's how you register okay. Now let's turn to today's PODCAST as I mentioned I. This is a podcast where I was interviewed by Kerrie Roberts she is the host of the inside voice podcast. She is a fantastic host and I was very privileged very honored to be interviewed on her show. She of course was very gracious in allowing me to share this podcast episode with you northern voice and so. I'm really excited to share it with you. We talk about a whole host of different topics we get into re things. Gamified flash briefing. We talk about sonic branding. We talk about healthcare and voice applications. We cover a wide gamut of different things and so Anyway without any further ADO. I'm really excited to share this episode of the inside voice. Podcast with you northern here. It is Dr Terry Fischer is a doctor by day. All things audio the rest of the time. He talks about being named in Amazon Alexa champion. How he's been able to market his flash briefing with games. Why Gary Banner Chalk has had such an influence on him why healthcare invoices so important and why he thinks will be able to handle our own. Healthcare at home quite soon heightened sideways podcast listeners. This is your host Carrie Roberts and today I have on the wonderful. Dr Carrie Fisher. Welcome Sherry Hi. There carries so nice to be here so we each had recently at project voice and it was lovely to meet you in person. So I'm excited to have you on. Harrigan Wonderful Yeah. It was very nice to meet you person as well. It's it's so much fun when you go to these conferences and even interacting with these people online and then you actually get to see a real person behind it so it was because yes you do and I wanNA start off by talking about. You're just named Alexa champion by Amazon Alexa. Can you talk about what that required to be in it or what you do when you found out or what that meant to you to be named? Yeah thanks it's a real honor. Who so what did I do to become champion? It's hard to answer that because I have all along since the very beginning when Lexington Canada. I've just been trying to put out valuable content to our community to our audience. An referring to our audience at least in Canada northern voice a lot of the stuff that I put out is applicable everywhere but it does have that Kadian slant and so I started the election Canada podcast and blog and the voice flash briefing and like. I said I've just really been trying to help. Grow the voice technology community and get people excited about the possibilities of what Alexa can do for them for us and for society really and so through that and through some other resources I help people develop their own flash briefings through my course flash briefing formula and these various components of what I've been doing. Were then eventually picked up by Amazon and they wanted to recognize that so while most of the Alexa champions are developers. They're actually creating skills. They do have a number of champions. Now that are doing other things which what. I'm doing being an educator and evangelist essentially for the technology and so I was extremely honored and of course very excited when I heard that they're going to make me unless the champion. Yeah one of the things you talked about your health flash briefing. You know you're in the medical space speaking a lot on voice one of the things we hear about a lot is how do I market my flash bracing or how do I market my skills and you recently? Did something called crack the code? Can you talk about what that is kind of how that became a marketing tactic in tool? And what were the results about sure so cracked the code has been really fun. And it's sort of taking on a life of its own. I just did a second round of this game but the first time I did it was actually about six months ago when I hit my five hundred flash briefing. I wanted to do something a little different. I want to do something a little creative. I wanted to thank my listeners. Thank my community for tuning in every day and also thank some of the podcast guests that I've had on my podcast so I started thinking about this and I thought I wanNA create a gamified flash briefing but as you may know unsure listeners. Know FLASH BRIEFINGS RIGHT NOW. Our content production and content distribution meeting. But you can't really talk back. It's on a to a conversation so in order to create a game. I'd WanNa realize that I'd have to then create an accompanying Alexis skill and that skill is called crack the code and the way the game worked is that people would listen to the flash briefing every day. The initial one was for fourteen days. The second round here was for ten days and each day I would provide some type of clue some type of puzzle or some type of challenge that person the listener would have to solve and if they could solve it then they could go to the practical skill talk to Alexa and try their hand at seeing if they got the right answer to that puzzle and if they did then Alexa would give them a small little piece of the final coat and if they do that every single day for the duration of the contest than they would get enough of the pieces of they get all the pieces that they could then go back to Alexa and save the final code and if they cracks that Code Alexa within give them the information on how to enter to win a big prize package and the thing that I really wanted to incorporate this was like I said recognizing and thanking my podcast guests and also sponsors so a lot of these. Little Puzzles had to do with a brand against that. I had on my podcast for people to figure that out. If they didn't know the answer right off the bat they would actually go and do some detective work on my website on my blog and look up these particular brands companies or the guests and it was a way to bring awareness to these companies and it was a new form of marketing essentially where the person was searching for information about these brands and companies guests because it was part of the game experience and it worked really really well. I had tremendous response and the round that I just ended so it was a ten day contest. This time around. I had got some feedback last time forty days was maybe a little bit too long so I love taking feedback from the community. I made this one ten days and people say this is the perfect length. I had close to nine hundred. People ENTER THE CONTEST THIS TIME. Around of which fifty one of them actually saw the final code and then we gave out a whole bunch of prizes and I should give a shout out to all the sponsors they were audio burst. Trinity Audio Trouble. Fm Voice X. P. and of course Yoohoo you represent voice summit thanks to Peter Eriksson one of the things that he threw. It wasn't all access pass to voice. Summit Twenty twenty. I know the winner. The Grand Prize winner is very very excited about that and also Amazon itself sponsored the contest as well through a number of echo shows for participation prizes so overall it was a great experience and it created essentially a voice marketing funnel the people listen to the flash briefing play the game and ultimately I would end up with their email addresses and it helps to build my email list as well a really fun way. That's incredible let's go back for a second so I'M GONNA go way back for. How did you market your flash briefing in the first place? Was there anything that you did or was it a little bit organic? Because there weren't as many on Amazon at the time I first started by flash briefing. I had had my podcast off too long for a little bit for a few probably a couple of months. Maybe that time maybe. Two months and I started to develop a little bit of an audience because there really wasn't anything else in Canada as far as a good resource for Alexa and so people that were interested in Alexa very quickly. We're finding my sight because it was climbing the ranks. Turay quickly when you search google for anything to do with Alexa Canada. In fact it's been been very fortunate that if you put those two terms Alexa in Canada Google apart from Amazon. It's my resources that come up. So fortunately that helped to build my brand but very early on then I promoted the flash briefing on my podcast promoted the flash briefing on my blog and I just made a real concerted effort to raise awareness for it. I also even before the flash briefing launches a tip that I give people in my course is you can do a soft launch where people get excited about it before the official launch date so. I actually had some sort of Easter Egg. Little Fun things. In my briefing before it was officially launched and if people would find that they would share it created a lot of buzzer flash briefing even before it was officially launched. Now once you had this kind of following what made you decide to say. Hey I think I'm GONNA do a game and I'm GonNa create a skill and do this whole thing like what was kind of the premise for that. Were a lot of the people that were interacting people that enjoyed games or was this. Just let me just try this idea and see what happens. Who is probably more latitude? Perfectly honest I just wanted to do something. I love creates the fact that I have two podcasts. And a number of flash briefings and blogs and there's a real creative part to me and I think that's actually the way it is for people in the voice district now which is very exciting. I think very cool so I just wanted to really experiment and I wanted to do something really unique really fun and I thought well what is an audience going to have fun with. I think they're gonNA have fun with playing a sort of mystery puzzle game something that keep them engage and also the opportunity to win some real prizes out of it but really. I didn't know how it was GONNA turn out. I just tried it out and got it setup and right off the Bat. It was obvious that people really during the night all kinds of really cool feedback. Hide somebody right into me and say that they were playing with the cracks that code skill for two hours straight trying to all the clues and other people saying at the time they were comparing like. Whoa. This is like the pokemon go of flash briefings. The response exceeded my expectations. I love that. I think that's so amazing and it's always interesting. You know a lot of people come from a creative background but you come from a medical background. In fact you're still a doctor during your day. This is a sense your side-hustle if you will a question for you if you're not a doctor in you're not in voice. What do you think you'd be doing as far as a career as a great question? I love that question. I wonder if I'd be doing some type of engineering. I just love playing with technology and specifically what that is. I'm not sure maybe would be some type of computer science A. I. Type Engineering that sort of thing because I think that really brings in a lot of my passions for the technology for educating for health. It's getting to play with all the territories because that's why I love you and on a side by side hustle. I know that you're a huge Gary Banner and funny enough that when we met in person. You're wearing his shoes and then I had. My shoes are honestly the amount of people in this space that I heard about boys from Gary V is Insane. You know it just goes to show like his level of branding and marketing and awareness of key points out that gets people interested and then on top of that. I got to meet your Gary v team which I know because they were amazing. Your hide your video. People your sound people I mean. I feel like I was with the celebrity. And so what kind of made you say like okay. Like I'm GonNa do at Gerry. Says does embrace what he's about not only going to buy the shoes but I am going to get somebody to do my video and audio like where did that come from. I love best as well because that is really really true. You're spot on with what you say. Gary has been a huge influence to me and I agree with you. I think not only me but the really the whole voice industry. It's amazing. How many people at voice a project voice that boy summit at all these comments are influenced by Gary Ovey? So I really believe in what he's saying. Is that if you WANNA create a brand for yourself? It's all about the content and I know personally until this point. I'm a very busy. We are all very busy like you said. I've got a fulltime job. This is sort of my evening and weekend and my passion but I realized that I was lacking on some video content and really being able to share this out in a larger scale. So I've been very fortunate that I met these two wonderful members of our team and I have to give a shout at them. Lucian Lou who is the tremendous videographer and Newton SIP coach? Who is a medical student at University of Toronto and they contacted me because they were interested? In what I was doing and we had some discussions and we realized that it was a perfect fit for them to join the team. And so yes. I was inspired by Gary V. I had these two guys come out to project voice our with me to basically capture as much content as we possibly could so that number one I could produce valuable content that is going to be useful entertaining educational for the voice community and to through the nature of distributing that type of content. It helps to build my own brand and these guys have been remarkable really fun. It was a one of the best decisions I could have. Made Neighbor. Just amazing their energy. Their creativity may did a wonderful job. I've seen some of the videos. They've done. It's been tremendous and a long this kind of branding sing. The other thing you recently did was. You've got your sonic brand done. Can you talk about why you chose to do that? What was the process leg? Why you think it's important than anything else you WANNA share about it. Yeah so you know that kind of goes along with what we'd be talking about terms of brand and something that I spoke about during my talk. Is that now in the voice space. You know very typical question. The pass was when you when you talk to a company when you talk to organizations you say. Oh what is your brand look like? That's a very kind of typical question. They can use explain that. But what's a little bit less easy to answer at least today is what is your brand's sound like and as we go into this voice. I era that is going to become the critical question and so I started thinking about. What does my brand sound like an initially Miami? Bill can hear this if they go back. And listen to podcasts. Or my whole flash briefings. You'll hear that I had this little music clip that. I created on my own through some loops in garage band to unimak and it was fine. But it wasn't really me and then I started speaking with Rjr Beanie of audio brain who GAC. Big Shout out to her. It's funny it's a lot of shots here but really that's what the street is about. I've had so many great partnerships so audrey grade we started chatting and I realize the importance of having my brands sonic identity. It needed to be me. It needed to be different from everybody else. It needs to be unique. And that's the same for everybody and so we sat down. I sat down with with Audrey and our whole team which again she was incredible. She is really really next. Level when Donna graphic and they went through this whole discovery process of. What's my personality what am I trying to portray? And at the end of the day she came up with four main categories. And you said you know. According to her and her team you know the things that they wanted to capture my sound was being a positive person having a pretty big trustworthy being very technologically contemporary and being a health advocate and then she sat down with thirteen and they composed a selection of different pieces of music and they ran them by trying to capture that through a little bit of back and forth. We arrived at. What is my sonic brand? And they created a bunch of assets. Around that the intro to the podcast injure to the flash briefing room warming music for speaking engagements you know. Walk on music. It goes on and on and on and it's amazing to have that when I knew that Lucien and the todd were coming out to project voice and Lucian was going to be Chris Videos as like okay. That's great but we what I'm really excited about. Is the way these are gonNA come together now? Because I'm going to be able to take audrey sonic branding and the videography and put them together now whenever a video has produced. It's only got the visual content. But it's got by sauna sound to it which really I think kind of makes the brand. Yes I love that and actually Audrey and her team developed the one you all here on inside voice or voice right and she's done she's done a lot of varies in the space. I actually have my own podcast. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things and I had gina item. That did mine and it was the same. I did the same thing I had like a garage band. One that like someone had composers like what I had and I was like. I don't really like this but even back then five years ago. I knew I wanted something. That wasn't anyone else's it was something that he had created himself was technically. Something just doesn't feel like me and I know her and I went back and forth same process and when we came to that final when I was like Oh this is it and not only is it me but it's this show so I think that that is really helpful when people say. Why do you need that when you and I talked about this a project voice that you know if you get music that everyone else has you know? It's hard to differentiate you but they start to hear your sound over and over again. They're going to start to associate that. Q in Your brand or your company who is kind of a long process just as like you said just like your logo. It's your audio logo. Yes exactly. It couldn't agree more so let's go. I forgot that I didn't forget I knew that. But you mentioned that. Yeah she did an incredible job at. I remember sitting in the audience at opening day voice summit and having the bad playing the music and people started singing along and it just felt right. And that's what Sonogram does. Yeah it does. And I know for Pete's down her voice summit you know he really was about. He wanted that community. Feel on so those woes. Ya really fits with what they're about so it's amazing how we can do so much with music and for people that that's their thing it's really great to hire people like that because they understand how to pull a motion through sound option. It's a really special place you know you're doing so much with technology invoice podcasting things of that nature. I'm curious how you use voice in your every day at work like. How do you use Alexa? Google assistant her big speech in your office. You know in the medical field or even at home with your family. It's a good question so it's tricky to be perfectly honest. Although I've got all this stuff voice I health that side of my brand. It's very hard to implement that stuff at this stage in an actual office practice because we haven't actually solved the challenges with security and privacy. We haven't solved the problems with security and privacy there and so it's very hard implement those in an actual office practice because that's all those are very valid challenges and concerns that we need to deal with what I am very interested in is using Alexa and these other devices as educational tools. Because a lot of what we're doing as physicians as healthcare providers right now is providing education. There's so many times when a patient that I see has a very typical problem and I'm answering a lot of the same questions. Saying a lot of the same thing so I think even now without having to worry about necessarily primacy security there are many roles for the smart assistance to be able to answer those. Faq's were educate patients or patient to tap into for example. A FLASH BRIEFING ABOUT DIABETES AT home. Those are the examples of the low hanging fruit right now for medical applications. Obviously it's GonNa get a lot more interesting beyond that as we sort of some of these challenges at home. What am I doing using Alexa for routines for giving me my you know when I wake up in the morning. What FLASH BRIEFINGS? Whether traffic all that kind of stuff. I use it for home automation in the home. Kids have fun playing with games those sorts of things. I do like to play around with it using some of the other tools out there just to kind of experiment and see what kind of skills that I can create. That are interesting. Some of them are not out there publicly. You know what really excites me is the potential for how we're going to use voice assistance in the home and how homes are gonNA become little almost like satellite medical clinics as technology gets better and we'll start talk to our devices in the home and that is going to be our entrance to the healthcare system which is something that's coming down in the not too distant future. Yeah there's definitely companies working on that and I think that will you know be able to save time save money. You're not going in for every little thing and I think it will be super helpful for patients and for doctors as a whole I would imagine absolutely I can see the day where is already you know. Amazon's put out these kids already that they're getting into the healthcare space but I can see the day where you wake up and say you're not feeling well you talk to your Alexa Vice. And through the analyzer. Your voice or with vocal biomarkers. It can detect that. You're not feeling well so it already has an idea what's going on. Then it asks you some questions like a doctor would and it may come to the conclusion that there's a certain probability a higher probability that you might have let's strep throat and then it asks you. Would you like me to order a strep test for you get delivered to you by drone use? The STREP Test Alexa talks. You through how to do it. And of course it's catch the it's an Iot device. It analyzes the results and then it says you know what you need some antibiotics just through my history with you. I know what you're allergic to orgies anti-biotics and they get delivered to your home through one of Amazon's pharmacies and you haven't left your home and you've got your treatment. That's where I think we're ultimately going which is really really interesting. Yeah I mean that's funny because you're like oh it's a little weird so scary is they're not used to it but I think it's very exciting and I think you're right in the future will become very common overall. I think so. And I think and you know for people that don't necessarily have access to healthcare system or too expensive or they live in a remote geographic location. These devices are so inexpensive. Now we know what the market penetration of them that. This is a way to actually people. I think are going to be able to access healthcare system when they otherwise weren't able to and I think that's another real benefit of it. I mean I know in candidates different than the US that that could definitely change our healthcare system from insurance as a whole would change. Which I think a lot of Americans would be very excited about. You're right. I mean there are differences for sure between what's going on in the US. Going on in Canada but overall the healthcare system is so ripe for change. And you know I wonder voice. Technology is the thing that is going to be the real thing that causes that change once and for all. Well thank you so much for being here. Where can people learn more about you if they want to connect mentality? I if they want to learn more about the Canadian side of things than Alexa in Canada DOT CA is by blogging? Podcast Name my reffing is a voice in Canada from the medical perspective. I have a website and podcast voice. I health dot com and I have a voice I health suite of flash briefings that we're building out similar to what I was talking about where people can tap into certain things for certain diseases or illnesses and interested in sort of the marketing side of things. I have this free course. Flash BRIEFINGS FORMULA DOT COM and of course on twitter instagram. The whole under IM- usually think of sweat everywhere. Dr Terry Fisher D. R. T. E. R. I F. I. S. H. E. R. Perfect. Well thank you so much for being here sharing your insights not only into what you do but a little bit into your life greatly appreciate it. Thank you so much. It's really fun to chat with you. And as we spoke about at margin choice. I love the energy that you bring so. Thank you for everything that you're doing. Well there you go. I hope you enjoyed that. Podcast episode. I had so much fun chatting with Kerry and as I said right at the end there. She does spring so much energy. And it's such a pleasure to be able to interact with people like that in this space. If you enjoy that episode and you like the energy that carry brings in please for sure? Make sure you're subscribing to the inside voice. Podcast now just to finish off again. I do want to remind you In today's world what's going on right now. What you take care be good be good to each other and stay healthy and if you are interested in learning more about how technology can have an impact on what's going on pandemics. Covert nineteen then Please feel free to join us. On the Webinar on Wednesday march twenty fifth happening at two eastern to voice health dot com slash. Live show notes for this particular podcast. Episode of course will be available at eight x eight and Canada DOT CA slash. One nine t take care everybody own home.
A Chat with Keri Roberts from the Inside Voice Podcast
"You're listening to episode one fourteen of Alexa in Canada. The voice experience. Hey there I'm Dr Terry Fisher. One Part Physician. One part voice enthusiast. One big part Canadian and one small part of our community northern voice together. Let's explore how. Boyce technology is transforming our lives north of the border. Let's talk voiced. Hey there hello and welcome to episode one. Fourteen of the PODCAST. I'm really excited about today's podcast. This is one of those ones that I was able to record while on location at project voice earlier this year actually in January of twenty twenty and I had the opportunity to sit down and actually Interview and be interviewed by Kerrie Roberts who is the host of the inside voice podcast and they feature people doing all kinds of incredible things throughout the voice industry. Now that podcast is the main content that is produced by voice summit. And if you don't always summit voice. Summit is the biggest voice a conference that is put on now on annual basis. This year's event is going to be in Washington. Dc and carried as an incredible job really helping to build that community And of course this is under the leadership of Erickson who is the CEO and founder of motive. Which is the company that puts on Voice Summit and in this podcast episode Carrying I speak about some of the things that she has observed conducting all of her interviews. That she does for her podcast and we talk a little bit about the creatives and how that really seems to be a running theme in the voice space of course talk about voice summit and overall we have a lot of fun. You'll hear just from the opening words that carry says you can hear the amount of passion and excitement and enthusiasm that she brings to her podcast and I love that about her so we have some fun. We have some laughs. I hope you enjoy this. Here is Carrie Roberts all right here. We are on the Election County. Podcasts live at project. Voice with Carrie Roberts carry. Hello thank you. I'm excited to be here. I just interviewed for our inside voice. Podcast I'm excited to be on your says. Well it's amazing. This is really cool. And we have had a chance to meet a whole bunch of Voice. Enthusiast here and leaders in People from all different companies and so on and I know that you get a chance to interview a whole bunch of them but before we get to that pleased hell myself and the listeners. Your background how did you get into voice? And how did you get to the position that you're doing for voice on it? Yes so my background is actually as a dancer so I a degree in dance. Fan Dance I worked in health and fitness for a long time dance studio for a long time and then I realized it was like you know I wanNa do more what I love is the communication with people the interaction and so I do a lot of brand content marketing strategy. And I really love the branding piece and I. I heard about voice technology from Gary Banner. Probably about three years ago right and I was like an eye when he was talking about it. I think what I loved about. It was like Oh this. So here's the shoes so I also I have the original shoes. I'm lacking green ones. What I did not bring them with. Larry and I listen. I was like you know what he was talking about was about how we could connect with voice and I was like I really love to learn more Google. Like what could I learn voice I popped up and so I went to the verse? The first voice summit event that they had loved it like loved it. I thought it was like so fascinating like the people that were there that it was still so new that there are ways that we communicate with people conversational design interests me and I reached out to them and happened to get pete and I was like how can I help what can I do. I love what you guys are doing. And he's like well we we kind of this podcast ver not doing like a whole lot with it. We have it and I was. I'll do it like that's what I do. I love it I already have my own podcast. And so it started with doing kind of like a little series for them and then really developed into it being their primary source of content We do it a couple times a week again the inside voice podcast really highlighting the various people invoice tack of all over. Pete is very big on community and inclusion which I love so really getting all walks of life from developers to designers from kids to adults male female whatever it is talking about voice innovation as well as education. And so that's really where it's it's Latte and I've been grateful to meet so many amazing and creative people within the space amazing. So do you have an idea. Roughly how many of those podcasts? You've actually done no voice summit any idea how many episodes so we're close to one hundred that will be posted. I pretty organized person so I have a backlog through April ready to go so that's always always great and I. You know it's funny. I had Cain Sims on who does view ex world and he was laughing. Because he's like you know when he started his podcast. He couldn't find anyone invoice tech. It was so hard and now as it's growing you have people saying I want to be on. I want to talk about what I'm doing and so now you're having people say you know I. I WANNA be a part of this. I WANNA share my story and a lot of what I try to do is not only get some of the. Ceo is in the top people. But who are these kind of innovators doing things on their own And who are the people who are doing something different that maybe shared their voice yet? That may be feel like they're not ready to but they should and them on because everybody has value everybody matters and what they say and so I try to kind of bring a mix on the show. Very cool very cool. So if you think back at some of these interviews that you've done are there particular themes that you think really stand out to you amongst the various guests that you've had in terms of what they're thinking about voice or patterns that they're seeing. Were really anything. Is there anything that kind of really sticks out to you? Yeah I think I mean the one thing overall. I keep saying which I think is really interesting. Is that most of the people I met. Come from a creative space. They were for. Tugg refers writers dancers filmmakers and now into voice technology. Which I think is Great. You here in schools all the time. It's about science and math. And they push arts aside and now it's like wait a second. There's value here and bringing them into play and getting into the space which I think is fascinating I think the big thing. I'm hearing a lot. Now is a couple of things number one is really making sure. That voice is inclusive So when you're talking about not just male female voices you know having various Types of voices on being able to include people who have disabilities or Just just anything so that everybody feels included and I think One of the things. That's interesting is when you think about social media were pushing stuff out to a lot of people and when you're pushing stuff out voice generally it's actually one on one so a lot of times. Yeah you might be in your kitchen. So maybe there's three or four people with a family but usually it's one person interacting with a voice device and so you have to be thinking about. How do I make sure everybody feels like they're being included in that way? And that's a hard task But I think it's something a lot of people are working on and it's growing so seeing a lot of that and I think the other thing is you know from the consumer side. An from developing security is always an issue you know. How do we keep data secure? How do we make sure they're not taking your information? How does an agency designed things to make sure what they're doing is secure within a skill so I think those are the two things recently that probably been popping and with your background with the branding aspect of that you do? What's your sense on? How can people leveraged voice to build a brand? Yes so I think the big thing is whenever something new comes out people think it has to be on its own You know people thought like wall. I have to just do facebook or snapchat. Everything works in tandem together. So voice is part of your overall brand and content strategy so I think it goes back to what does my user. My potential customer need. What do they want and my creating something just to say? I have a voice skill because that doesn't matter it's really about. What is it that they want? What do they need You know we had earlier. Tim from discovery and Food Network talking about their new application. They're doing with voice about people wanting access to the chefs. You know that you can ask the chef questions if you're confused. That's a huge value. If you're like what am I cooking and what's happening so it's really thinking about know. Who Am I trying to target? What are we about? What is our brand say from our sonic brand? Would we sound like and then? What is it that they want because at the end of the day? That's what matters and a lot of people skip over that strategy just to do something cool and then they're like well. Why doesn't it work so really thinking about who are you what are you about what do you want? And who are you trying to attract when you're doing it? That's great and you also mentioned sonic branding in there. And I'm big on that too so I love to get your thoughts on that. What I have a personal podcast and I have a sonic brand that was done and I love it And it's something that it doesn't have to be music it it could be a sound. Maybe it's the words you're saying but it's something that when people hear it they're associating it with you or your company which is Great. You know you hear things like AFLAC. That's actually a sonic brand. Even though it's kind of sad rid set in a weird way like that's something that's associated with us. I think way back when by men in these little things that we heard for so many years so it's not just like oh a cool song but it's something you're associated with an from podcast standpoint. So many people for years have used generic things right and they're using the same ten songs right so if you're for example in the technology space and your competitors and you both use the same song right suddenly. You're like wait. I'm associating this with this company. So that's the value of having sonic brand done professionally again here. We are bringing in the creatives where they're sitting down and they're saying who are you. What do you feel like what you sound like? Let me create something. That's that's solely you and bring that to life whether that's one sound or a full score of music. It's really interesting because when I do my podcast as well and yourself included now. I totally agree with you. I think that it's amazing. How many people I speak to and they say oh I'm a musician or or dance or whatever and so many people are really creative in this space and I think it just. The voice lends itself so well to bring that sort of performance yes to another another medium. Yeah absolutely let's talk about voice. Summit so voice summit is happening in a new location this year twenty twenty. Can you tell us about what's going on with the voice? I mean it'll be its third year. It'll be October fifth through eighth. Twenty twenty down in Washington. Dc and to be honest. We outgrew NORC NEW JERSEY We loved it. There had a lot of things that were great but unfortunately the space just didn't Kinda hold the amount of people we are bringing in what we were doing It's a Washington DC. Where WE'RE HAVING? It allows the space so we have more room. It's got more access to major airports and there's a lot going on this year. The Amazon headquarters that have now opened up down there as well So we're very excited one of the things that we're trying to focus on well as not only helping the voice technology community but also allowing them to connect with their potential clients. That something we've heard over and over again I want to be interacting with people that I could potentially work with or sell to. So that's part of our goal as well and as always making sure that it's really about a very inclusive community that everybody feels welcome in a part of him. That's amazing and you comment on this a little bit. I know from being there firsthand. Pete is a master at creating a community. And so that's I mean that's one of the things that I most forward to. That event is just being able to kind of be part of that and feel that vibe and and network with people and everybody's so great. They're so friendly it just. I don't know how he does it. He's a magician. He works magic but but I think a lot of that does go Or a lot of that is due to setting it up appropriately and I think having you as the host of their podcast is fantastic. Well thank you. Yeah Pete is just I can even just say from working with him. I mean he really appreciates the people who work with him as well. I mean he'll tell us you know. Hey you're doing a great job with this. I love how you're doing this. I want to get your opinion on this. And that's you need that as a team. You need people that are open and leaders that are open and willing to work with everyone. were advice summit. I mean he really. It was so cool for me at registration to see the variety people coming in. I had no idea who was a speaker wasn't when they would say they were speaker. It's like wow. We've really have a diverse group of people that are coming here and again ages backgrounds genders. Everything and I think that's what's really important to realize that you belong here. You do matter we want you here. You have an opinion on. We're always looking for for new ideas that are going on. That's wonderful. I'm a big fan of everything. That voice is doing what you're doing about Pete's doing I think he's he's got great like US had agreed team. Awesome stuff I also should say that he and all of you and the team have been really supportive of me has been very generous to sponsor one of my own flash briefing contest but just tastic so big thanks to everybody is part of your team. Where can people go to learn more about what's going on with the way some of it's actually voice summit Dot Ai? We still have proposals to speak for voice summit which is until March thirty first and then also for our voice global which will be an online event all around the world that anyone can attend. We're looking for speakers for that as well. So that's march first so voice dot. Ai You can find all the information there and if you wanNA connect with me. Carrie Roberts K. E. R. I. Roberts on Lincoln Wonderful Thank you so much. Thank you so much there. You go lots and lots of fun. I really really enjoyed that injury. I hope you did too. Like I said Kerry is full of enthusiasm and full of smiles and it was real pleasure to have that chat with her. Of course I'm going to have all of the links that she mentioned on the show notes page. The page is of course at A. L. E. X. Eight in Canada dot ca slash one fourteen. And if you are at all interested in voice summit that I really really encourage you to check that out something else that I want to just take a quick moment and mentioned you is flash briefings as you know. I love flash briefings I have a number flash briefings of my own and if you have been thinking about Starting a flash briefing of your own. You know that I have a completely free course and you can access that at Flash BRIEFING FORMULA DOT COM. It takes you through exactly how to set up your flash briefing everything from coming up with the idea all the way to launching it and marketing it and I I keep saying the prime real estate of voice right now so get in on it so there you go another extra little bonus resource for you. Thanks again to carry Roberts. Thank you to you the listeners northern voice for tuning in this week and I look forward to speaking with you again next week. Take care have a great week
End of Year Special - Part 1 - Episode 26
"Allow this is vicksburg. Welcome to the developers chat. Podcast here is your house roger. Homo big spittal chat listeners. For the end of the year podcast. I did something special. I ask everyone who's been a guest on the podcast over the past year to contribute this end of the year. Special edition of the bike cast thirty two amazing voice. Kerr's contribute to this end of the year. Podcast i ask each voice girl to say who they are in answer questions. The first question was the hidden gem question. What is the voice experience. A skill and action. That capsule podcast. Her flash briefing. The would like war people to discover in us. And what do you like about it. The second question was my prediction question. What do you predict or want to see happen in the voice industry in twenty twenty one. This is part one of the podcast. With the i sixteen guests part two will be released next week without further ado. Let's kick it off with ryan jordan. Here's very appropriate to kick off this end of the year podcast. Because he was my guest on the very first episode of the big speed l. Chat all right ryan take it away. Hi i'm ryan jordan. I'm bickering alexa skill developer. I think that capsules and skills that can effectively integrate props that people are interested in playing around with into the activity. Going to be really popular. What i like about them. Is that the attic complete extra of depth. That you don't get with just voice or just four games. I think we're gonna see an uptick in the number of people who are using voice interfaces to interact with their technologies. One of the caveats to this is that voice. Technology is going to have to become a less cumbersome overall. There's a large barrier standing in the way of voicing our actions where people actually have to vocalise responses and sometimes it's just easier to type them out but as we see more things like germs and pandey makes and other things like that. I think voice is going to be a necessary part of the future. Hey there my name's chris. I'm the ceo of your reality and i'm an award-winning voice. Came writer at reality. We are heavily into interactive audiobooks for voice we've developed our own interactive storytelling tool which goes by the name of twist added empowers rightous from young to all to create and publish interactive stories and studied in games for voice super easily. Well of course everyone try at least once our award winning interactive fantasy story iron falcon for tribute to joe denver's lone wolf series on was recorded by matthew mercer. The awesome voice actor and lot of the voices. You might probably know this guy from critical role. Iran falcons a truly epic and intriguing story. Best of all. It's free to play on amazon alexa and samsung big galaxy. So start your smart speaker and have fun while. I'm not good at predicting. But i'm looking forward to see smart speakers. Become more intelligent so that they support our android stories by more of a dynamic narrator whom you could interrupt to ask something about the story are who can give you some of what you already did. In the time. Of course there will be ways to do that manually. For a writers would be a lot of hard work. So i'd be happy to have someone figure out how we can be more or less a narrator if anyone is listening to me right now who up to the task. Reach out to me. Let's chat. Hi my name's karl robinson. I'm the ceo of rumble studio and on the host of the voice tech podcast. A voice experience. The i was really impressed by recently was a demo video uploaded to the voice tax sub reddit by speech lee. If you don't already know speech. Lee is an st k. A framework that you can use to voice enable your mobile apps so apps on a smartphone and their demo was about shopping online with a screen but using a voice asking for a certain type of product and then attractively refining that search to get different results on the screen to find the part of the now. This is a problem that face on a weekly basis shopping on amazon. There's just so much choice you wanna be able to hunt down. You'll search to just get that one item that you're looking for and that demos really impressive it so responsive. They're asking fall coats by jack and jones in red in extra-large under two hundred dollars and every time a new parameter was spoken. The range of items on the screen would update in almost real time. And i thought. Wow this is really useful. Release for solution to a problem. I have all the time very elegant. And i can say it. Being employed on every commerce i outlets lesser can have a huge impact for very very a wide range of people and and use cases was really impressed by speech. If wanna check out the demo actually met a short linked to that an page on the voice text sub reddit just got a voice tech podcast dot com slash speech lee. Then you can watch the video for yourself while following on from what i just said about mobile apps being voice enabled. I think we're gonna see more and more of that. The smartphone every person's hand these days recent a webinar with the fantastic sound hounds hound fi webinar. Speaking to fulda main experts about voice ebeling mobile apps and i was just blown away by the the number of ways voice can be used to augment and enhance that the mobile app experience and we're all tied of swiping and tapping on these tiny touch keyboards. And i already using voice search more more on a daily basis. So i think we're gonna see a lot more use of voice on smartphones a lot more innovative use cases coming out. And that's why i'm really excited about twenty twenty one. Hi everyone this is sarah. Andrew wilson the chief content officer at matchbox. I oh i am absolutely smitten with saint noir from x two games. that's the company run by ortiz and nolan bushnell who founded atari so satan wire came out last year in two thousand nineteen in its murder. Mystery board game that uses amazon alexa as sort of part hosting part storyteller. You can play by yourself or with others but you investing in a murderer in a small town and interview a group of characters you have the physical board in front of you which consists of a map of the town and then these cards that detail the suspects in murder weapons and then the accompanying alexis go has really high quality. Sound design voice. Actors that you interact with as you play and occasionally alexa will come in as a narrator to help you along in the game. I just think it's really well designed and fun to play and what's more. I think it shows the potential of how companies can incorporate voice. But it's not just using voice for voice fake but enhancing and everyday experience and then making it better. So what. I'm about to say isn't a mind blowing prediction but it's a realistic one. Those of us in the voice industry like to talk about multi modality to the point where it's now a given for us right. We assume the future is here. Everything is multi model. And we're all now looking way beyond that idea but the general public as a group hasn't really caught on yet. They're getting their enroll helping them get there. But it's not yet a given that the general public understands and expects a multi modal experience and their daily lives so in twenty twenty one. My non mind-blowing prediction is that the general public will become much more accustomed to choosing voice as one of several ways to interact with the product within the same product. People will discover that. Sometimes it's just easier to speak while other times it's easier to touch type though realize voice and the option to use voice isn't just a novelty and the results is that there will be even more products released that allow people to interact in the manner that suits them best. This is john stein. Executive director of the open voice network. The neutral nonprofit directed fund lennox foundation dedicated to making voice worthy of user. Trust calling from portland oregon. The voice experience. I'd love more people. Discover is the open voice network. Virtual ambassador goes by the term. Vn virtual ambassador just say. Hey google talk to lovie embassador also available now on alexa roger. Twenty twenty one. We're going to see the paradigm shift to that bret can sell and others have been forecasting for the past many months. And that's the shift from a platform. Centric world one of defined by skills and actions capsules but bounded by platforms to the emerging world of independ- conversational agents in voice assistance. We're going to seem voice. Begin to great from being largely. Let's let's be real from toy to an enterprise tool of value and that's a critical shift critical for the growth and overall value of the voice industry. It's going to start happening. And twenty twenty one one. It's got less water. One of the co founders of pragmatic digital we create strategies that help brands identify the right places to focus their voice efforts to better serve their audience. The hidden gem voice experience. That i'd recommend is actually created by our friends at vixen. Labs in london. They created something for lysol to help their audience. Better get a handle on cold and flu prevalence in their area that actually works with web. Md kahn data and also either uses the device's location or allow the audience member to enter their zip code. But it gives them not only that prevalence information but tips and tricks on how to clean and sanitize their home and also gives them some product recommendations so this is a really good way to introduce lysol into the voice base and i can definitely see how over time they could add in couponing promotion that could build in the ability to do direct voice commerce directly through the skill. But i think there's a really good example of how we can start to create branded experiences that drives value for the audience. And also the business. The prediction i have for twenty twenty. One is more of a hope wish and that's for brands to start investing in voice so that when someone asks for information about their product or service they're not getting information from wikipedia but they're actually getting branded content and so my hope is that we can actually get more brands to invest and create either stanley voice experiences investment voice search so that as their audiences start looking for information they get better experiences. And that's going to go a long way from an adoption standpoint on the consumer side. That's going to help purchases happen. Invoice commerce and really. That's really what i'm hoping and dreaming for in twenty twenty one. I am john. kelly. And i'm the ceo honor spoken. We do testing training and monitoring from youtube music. I know this is one. That's not exactly hidden gem and his perhaps a bit obvious. But every time. I tell people how much i love you to music. They tend to sort of make a face not a happy one. Let me tell you what's fantastic about it. If you like to hear alternate versions of your favorite songs live performances. Youtube music is just a phenomenal way to access them. And even though it has been obvious it is easily the services that use most commonly so i would put more under something. I wanna see happen versus something. I'm one hundred percent. Confident will happen. But we're really fascinated by the rise of tools such as rosza and hugging as highly complex. I was a close to the metal development tools. It really give a lot of power to software. Engineers take away a lot of potential roadblocks. Were obstacles that you might run into in building voice or chatting experiences. Also push you much closer to this. Raw research goes in to die so they make really innovative groundbreaking algorithms available to mainstream developers. And i can't think of a time in my development career where science and research has been so close to mainstream development and it's an amazing thing and he gets really fun thing. I think it could profoundly impact industry if these tools are widely adopted and give it a different complexion. And i think it can be very good for us as spoken. Because a lot of what you're asked to looking at these papers and how rhythms is evaluate the merits of the claims when you can try to evaluate the module but really prove is in the pudding and the best way to evaluate them is through testing. Which is what we saw curiosity my interest and also i think it's a great development. We believe we can really help people with within our company. Hi my name is danielle middle. Often i'm ciccio. At bay to german voice agency and co-founder at liberal and edtech startup working on revolutionary new ways for kids to educate and learn by using voice technology. I have three boys experiences. That i would like more people to use and discover i this art museum by john. Katie they also win out with alexa relations. Challenge to be honest. It's just an awesome use case for boys. Technology was a great concept and Fantastic experience second this voice in education podcast by judy. Dench davis i recommend everybody to listen to it and check it out and thought are very only bouba scare which we opened up just this december for public use so kids can learn together for skewered during these challenging times so why start to our everyday life. Even more voice will become an even bigger part when we tried to stay healthy and keep the distance as the snow touch require. So i think that worsted -nology will get even bigger and outdoor environments public and private areas like shopping via voice. This will be merging new way to use voice in all of the public areas. And also i think that voice in education at tech. Laura's will be big big part in the two thousand twenty one. Hello my name. Is daniel davis and i am adjunct faculty at the university of tennessee at nagoya. Where i teach ed tech courses to graduate level students. I also an educational consultant and i host the podcast voice. In education i love the skill called freebie stance by apiece lauck. Because not only does it get kids moving but it teaches them luth things about stem education at the same time love it. I predict that we're going to see more and more multi modal approach to using voice and the platforms that we may already us will see that voice will be a natural interface as well to work with those platforms. I think more and more we're gonna see the less things devoted specifically to voice and more things adapting voice an option to. What's already happening bob. My name is ian utility. I the founder and ceo at attention. Live where we've create a sonic streaming platform and our live podcasting app. I'm also a father to two boys. That are eight and eleven years old and a lover of all things voice. Tech- my favorite voice experiences. That i've had this year was created by my friend mark. Tucker it's called serve more and this is a voice experience whether it's on amazon alexa where you use samsung bixby capsule and this allows folks to find volunteer opportunities around them just with their voice. You talked to serve more. You tell it where you are located and then it gives you many options of waste of volunteer. And i believe wholeheartedly. Two things number one. It is certainly better to give than to receive. Hence i desire to be a volunteer in two. It's a great distraction from the hurdles and hardships of one's own. Life is to go and serve others that are in more need than oneself. I have to hopeful predictions for twenty twenty one. The first is i predict that the most impoverished people those that don't speak a major language are going to have access to communicate with technology in a way they never have before it will open the door wide for these impoverished people in impoverished countries to be able to make a living and generate greater income. Learn easier and better says my first predictions that we're gonna see voice tech- Make a huge impact on those. That are the least fortunate in the world. The second prediction is that. I believe the first really great killer voice app the instagram of voice or the. What's app of voice will emerge and we will see more people using this. Apper may be these apps than we would have anticipated and that will have a huge winner or small group of winners that ended up changing the way things are done in the voice landscape. My name is adam cheer. I was co founder of siri. And also co-founder vid labs which provided the main technology. Four bixby. i like bic speaks. Perfect cartoon capsule if you're ever in need of pick-me-up up funny quotation or cartoon it's the world's largest search engine and you can search by author by topic. Find just the right graphic for your presentation. I think it's pretty awesome today. Third party skills are typically accessed by name dispatch. So you have to say assistant. Ask some skill name to do something. I hope that we reach a tipping point and more and more third party skills can be accessed just by a natural query. Like what is the weather and have that directed not to the scale that samsung or john chose but to the skill or capsule. that end user wants hi. I'm steven arcana vich. I am a professor of philosophy at we college and i'm also a developer of voice apps including big sky. It's available on amazon. Alexa and samson bixby. I'm not sure these are hidden gems. But because they're promoted on expand alexa but their use cases that i think may be underutilized. But i use them a lot so for amazon. It's voice shopping. I realized that is probably something. That amazon has in mind for a lot of people to use. But i find it incredibly convenient especially like in the morning in the bathroom of vineland running out of toothpaste during the kitchen when i find i'm running out of tea or something. It's just so quick just to say reorder. Toothpaste reorder t. It's amazing and for bixby. I actually use the remember where i parked function a lot and again. It's just really easy. You're getting out of the car. You have your phone in your hand anyway. I just pressed the button. Say remember where. I parked and it saved me a couple of times so those are two things that i do that i think really are like little life. Hacks a really helpful. Well i'm not usually one for making predictions. But i think my certainly hope that what will happen is greater and greater adoption not of physical devices. That will happen. But i assume it's slowing down a little bit but Greater consumer adoption. I think voice will continue to more and more become a primary modality for interacting with all sorts of devices. It's still. I mean it's getting adoption now but it's still not at the point where it's completely normalized and i expect that trend to continue everyone. It's john allio angeles Ads i work with our bixby community to help create success on the platform i worked with developers and business people to help break Custom apples in bolivia them for marketplace. I also work on education or on altman for speed and working with the community to understand what a need out of platform hoping that act for engineering team enhancements to the basically platform that people want people to discover the marketplace in the game but a lot of work into understanding capsules have been built. What really great. Councils are out there and choosing capsules to highlight as staff picks or capsules that we want other people to see so it would be cool if if people would check up you marketplace and there's a lot of really cool capsules. Invoice experiences lured hard to make sure that the apples that we recommend are excellent experiences and a lot of fun to use very useful. I think the killer use case for voice in the future is the same assistant across different devices carrying context with the user. So i'm speaking to my assistant on my phone. I might move to a place. Where might i can speak my assistant on my fridge or my tv or go out of range and speak on my watch so the ability to really have assistance work across devices and continued to remember context about what i'm doing in the process. I'm in is what i want to see and predict to see in the voice. Here's yonker in from jovo. The open source voice. Claire a we allow you to build voice experiences that work across platforms anti vices including expe- google assistant alexa the web amp. Beyond this doesn't creatively innovative. But what felt kind of magical was when it was traveling earlier. This year. I arrived at the central station. Berlin and ghada cau- share went into the car. Completely new car. And normally i would take my phone talents to navigate me home and then kind of sit my phone onto my lap or somewhere else which is always am crazy. Dangerous but with carstairs just takes too much time to connected to the navigation system. They're all of that. But what i saw was a microphone on the wheel of the car and it just clicked. It asks me what i wanna do. It just said bring me to. This address ended immediately. Started the navigation. Hold up on the screen of the car and just brought me. Home was done in two seconds. That was just because it just worked felt so magical and not at all innovative twenty twenty but it just work and was so cool. Allocate this is. This is gonna be future. I've been saying this for years. But i think finally in twenty twenty one multi-modal and cross device is going to be more more important. It seems like now people are used to using voice on the smart speaker or smart display and were now going to expect a more seamless experience. Transitioning between device is offering the best experience for each device in for east situation the customers or users are in a we had a we call this context. I as opposed to voice i mobile first since on delivered. The right information at the right time on the rack device. Hello i'm alana. Chat from data innovations and i'm voice developer who creates voice experiences from range of different platforms. Sought chad samson bixby capsules amazon alexa and google actions. A voice experience. That i would like more people to discover. Uses is a skill that i've made cool beat the clock and i just love the concept Brings people together families friends. Or you complain on your. And it just brings back that competitiveness that the age you get in board games whoever anyone shouting over each other stuff because you'll just competing and you're trying to win. It really brings back memories of when you playing monopoly for example especially now of christmas coming up. It's great opportunity to use it. Yeah i really. Love is one of my favorite voice. Experiences created yet beat the clock my predictions of changed based on this current year. I think the 'cause you're gonna be a big market for voice assistance. They're gonna be permanent. And i believe the especially where we're going. The hot weather is going to be more innovative. Hot where it's not just based in the home but you'll be able to access more and more outside the her and i'm looking forward to seeing what people create income out with to really push. The industry forward voiced twenty twenty one but seaport he there my name's terri fisher and Big shadow to roger. Thank you for inviting me to participate in this very special. Podcast really appreciate that and excited to be here. My job is a physician. I like to say. I'm a physician by day voice enthusiasts. By night i've evolved. The voice space now for about three years and i am the founder and host of voice in canada the podcast the blog the flash briefing. I am canadian. I live in vancouver. I'm also the the founder of the of the voice. I health podcast as well as the voice den. Online reality show where voice linzers come together and we all get to sit and chat and have a good time kind of like if we were having a couple of drinks or out for dinner together. That's me and i'm really excited to be part of this. Podcast episode boy. This is a tough one. What is experienced that you would like more people to discover and use. This is hard to answer. Because there's so many features. I would love for people to discover and use for me as a content creator. I would love people to not only consume content but create their own content on these platforms. I've been creating the voice in canada flash briefing now for close to three years. In fact i'm now over thousand consecutive episodes and so much of what i have been able to build around my contributions to the voice space around my flash briefing and it is what has allowed me access to my audience in a very intimate way. Said they get to hear my voice every day and i get to teach them a little nugget about using voice technology or effectively in their lives. And it's really really easy to get started. So what is something that. I love people to discover news. I would love people. I love you to take advantage of that yourself and whatever that is whether that's you wanna promote your business whether you have a nonprofit whether you just have a hobby that you wanna talk to people about take advantage of that flash briefing option. If you're interested. I have a free course. Flash briefing formula dot com. And you're welcome to to check it out so there you go take advantage of that opportunity here. Love this question what you predict what's going to happen in the voice industry and twenty twenty one. Well those of you. That know me know that i believe strongly that voice is. My voice is my operating system. We all know that. In the past there was ms dos. And then we went to a graphical user interface whether that was windows or mac. Os we went to a mobile os whether that's android or ios. But now we're at the stage where computers can understand our natural way of communicating. And that's so exciting to me. In fact i'm i'm so passionate. Listen i feel so strongly about this. That crypt tr- grassroots campaign. Called voice is my os at voices dot com. And what do we feature people like you in the community who have their own thoughts and ideas on. Why voice is the next operating system. And i would love to feature you. It's an invitation to you to check that out and upload your head shot with your thoughts on my voice zero s and we're going to create some graphics and put a collection together of people that want to showcase what they're feeling about that so thank you for participating in that. Thank you roger for this incredible opportunity to be part of this podcast episode. And i wanna wish each and every one of you a very very happy holidays and a very happy and healthy new year. Take care and that's all folks for part one of a special end of year podcast next week. All release part to voice luminaries and gurus in part to include jenny marrow. Already merit ryan lipkin mark tucker daniel hill young. Yo jenny stenhouse allen firstenberg kerrie roberts brayden green. Tim collie are mel boudreau. Jonathan pan eanet loudon and martin lens fitzgerald. What an incredible lineup. Coming in part to have an incredible holiday season. Talk to you next week. This is roger kibi from the big speed elders chat. Podcast signing off.
Project Voice Conference - Interviews #2
"Allow this is Vicksburg. Welcome to the developers. Chat podcast peers. Is Your House Roger. Hello bixby developer chat listeners. This is your host Roger Kibi and earlier this month. The big Team was at the project. Boys Conference in Chattanooga Tennessee. Well at the conference I had the pleasure of interviewing thirty three different voice developers designers. Here's PODCASTS. Here's all around voice curry's in this episode. We're going to hear from eight more people. I interviewed tomorrow will release a last set of of interviews from the project voice conference in this episode. I had the pleasure of talking to our MELBA DRI travel. FM The short cast platform right form. Mark Tucker who's very well known in voice and has created a speech Markdown Library to make SNL easier to use Daniel Daniel Hill who teaches businesses. How To be successful? Instagram Brandon ream the CEO of voice. Slow the tool that makes it incredibly easy Z.. To build a voice experience adv eleven our principal labs and the author of many voice experiences for children. Scott Westwater who who along with his wife. Susan westwater run the Voice Consulting Agency pragmatic digital in a just released a new book Kane Sims of Avi Wexler World Fame and Carrie Roberts who is the host of the inside voice gassed in does marketing for voice summit without further ado. Let's go to the floor of the project. Voice Conference okay. I'm back with our MEL. You dream of trouble. FM ARE MEL introduce yourself when he was grim ceiling founder of treble and what we do every help people extinct former puppies. The mothers began the most he just showed him understand. Every did by allowing them to consume content new former them. Cole shortcuts. Okay can you tell me a little bit. What is short cast for listeners? Don't know Short Kathy. Do we would describe as short thus created with the purpose of succintly informed the listening so if you think about when you on the radio for example with short guest be willing on the radio radio like this hour news as short by the people that have user utter report. Yes something you ha- boost of took a short short separately. Condoms is is meant to inform the ratio so travel rely. You will help create of feed of shortest meeting people people that charged that suited to inform you unpopular Monroe's admiralty. Yeah we do that. We have a mobile reserve. You also have a capsule sense not to use as well as injured. Sensible perfect takes thinks are mel. I recommend this. It's a lot of fun. There's a lot of rate short cast on your on your platform. I'm a big Fan. So we're at project voice. What are you seeing? That's interesting or exciting for you project. Think when I'm happy to see at the communists getting beer so I was here last year. There was a Investi old people from different backgrounds. I think he's really refreshing to see people. Depending on the threes coming the justice noble she lawyer and see all the now to come here. The confidence about inside of our forcing executive team all the week just contacted it was just music getting bigger more diverse than have more divorced people commun- any the signals. You got something that hobby. See All the big grants here was showing what he working on the company. Small and big as these just gonNA see Blue Jays. Yeah I'm with you on that kind of global presence here at the conference there's been people from all over the world here and that's really awesome to see that shows. The industry is is moving beyond just a few countries Willie resonating across many. I think that's that's really amazing. So are I know you've been innocent industry for bit. Where would you like to see voice going next six months year five years? Choose your timeframe. What what are you seeing in the next year or maybe maybe the niche the help that would like to see all system really focusing giving a bigger the which is something that I would like to see? WHO's not see unwilling avenues here? But I see some system maybe foresee too much russian-built salvage I'm not sure the most investors to do things so we love to see that happen to see it in your queue seen mopus and having body upper his power of experiences and I love you look discovery and got out I love to see more desisting mine fact Jonkers have retired got the weight the integrated system assistant and that's one thing Working to free here I think it will the grip system. More places in different coach accused the only other different connex respective. You can start drawing. That's more no longer just butchered way in the near future. Whatever loft decided just seeing of bluffing system the best part of what? Yeah I'm with you. I'm with you on both occasions. I predicted that long-term vision more ambient computers future. They were just walk into my home or walk into my office. And I talk and I get something Donna and I don't worry about what devices listening to it just happens superpig on Loch fergus. Frankly technology working better for all of us as humans working better and more efficiently So if people want to keep in contact attack with you or trouble. Fm What's the best way to do so the best way is on twitter on twitter on destiny personally actually WanNa flow so you WANNA travel. I'll tell you I you probably when I said Andrea Iowa's issue actually. I just had to talk this morning about this movie. Is that something. This is one of the things that I didn't want to tackle the tasks this will help you. Reach is to reduce emissions exclusive strongly suggest people try Yup injury takeaways but also try cal absolutes that's available now and you can call us in tweeter had trouble yet echo that completely earliest go try it out. Download the APP able to voice. Experience ever is the best way to do. It really is a great answer to your right to information overload short snippets of quick information. Get you want that you what you want and what you need quickly and easily are mel is always I love talking to you pleasure. Absolutely thanks thank thank you all right. I'm back and I'm with Mark Tucker Mark. Why don't you introduce yourself? Hey I'm Tucker of the Software Developer Elber and been doing voice for the last four years and I'm going to Bixby Developer awesome mark. I know that you've done so many things in voice and you got somethin' then going on around. SNL You WanNa tell me about your SNL project. Sure so in the web world you have taxed and then you have formatted text and the way that typically do that would be with html but you could also do something called. Mark them while there's a similar concept on the voice world where you have just the Texas speech speech that your device will speak but with as a smell. You can format that Speech to give emphasis in some location but pauses were appropriate up for dramatic effect or slows speech down. There's lots of different things that you can do with it but a simpler way to do that is with something that I created called speech markdown. It's an open source project project so you can check it out at speech. Markdown Org I love it and we're GONNA BE ENHANCING BIXBY and we'll be talking about bringing it sixty soon but it's really i. Oh I think you've developer in use Nestle extensively. It's kind of a no brainer to use speech marked down so good job. Thank you for contributing to the industry and making he used for all of us developers to compelling voice experiences. Yeah no that's great and I think has Things progress in near future. And then the next few years that you'll see more and more you know not only developers and designers writing the speech formatting that you need to make expressive conversations but also content authors. There's so think about the bloggers on the web. There's GonNa be lots of ways to create voice experiences It may not be somebody that has any technical skills at all. But they're in charge of what the conversation on the contents of the big and they'll use speech Marquel. Yeah Amanda that you know I. I really feel like I've always said content is king with voice and very much any tooling that we can get to make it easy for the creatives to come in and build amazing rance's win for the whole industry totally agree So we're at project voice. What have you seen? It's been interesting exciting here at project voice. Oh well one of the things. I'm really excited about is just meeting people but I've met online Some are old friends and some are new friends that I'm just making now. So voice community. I I love the voice community and I really appreciate that opportunity What one interesting presentation presentation I attended yesterday was on Interactive Music So how do you can like different levels of of how you include music into your voice experienced France whether it would just be to kind of on one end accent certain parts of it or be actually immersive or where you can build a music or at the specific specific baseline and mix it together of interactive music. I really enjoyed that presentation yesterday. That's great you. You WanNa hear about things that reminds me of how much more how much road ahead there is for the industry and creativity and amazing things we can do. That's that's That's great so mark. Let's talk about the future six months a year five years from now whatever timeframe you're comfortable with where would you like to see voice. Go well one of these. I talked talked about On a recent voice bought some predictions of twenty twenty. was that was what you know. What are you see? And one of the things that I brought out was discovered ability and I think that I get more out of necessity. That really needs to be a Happening over this year in the next few years to do do something different or attack the challenges of how do you discover your voice experience among a pool of competing or even just a fool of of of non-competing brands is so I think that's something that we need to focus on and figure out a new and creative ways of solving the disability. Good Yeah I think every voice of Liberal would completely agree with your pretty much. Everyone involved voice agree that that's a challenge and and we gotta overcome that to really grow the industry and make it move forward some market people want to keep in contact with you and understand more about speech markdown. What's the best way to follow? Hello keep in touch with you. So I'm on social media quite a bit mostly Twitter and linked in. So you can contact me on twitter at Mark Tucker perfect. Thanks so much mark as always always. It's always a pleasure to talk to you. All right I'm back. I'm with Daniel Hill Daniel on introduce yourself. Hi I'm I'm Daniel Hill You can listen to my daily flash briefing INSTAGRAM STORIES ON AMAZON ALEXA. I teach small business owners how to use instagram in three minutes. More or less per day. That's awesome can you give us a little bit of a hint about. Tell me a little bit more about what you teach them. So I teach people the the features and things that don't know about that. It's very complicated out. If you start using it. It does all these things. What are stories? What's the point? Why would I use stories? When would I go live? And what's the difference between not in my regular feed all those things I cover in small bite sized pieces. Don't have to sit down and watch you know. Twelve hour course or digest just all this information tiny little every time inscription feature changes things. I talk about it in depth. You understand how it relates how you can use it to grow your audience audience. If you don't have an audience or starting from zero no problem I'll work with you and explain what it takes to get to that for hundred then how to get to that thousand level and great. Wow I can see how business really really need that. And understanding getting savvy about social media so critical to running a business today right Susil are able to leverage effectively. Really help themselves so great. I love that. That's the thing with instagram. You can kinda show professional that you want you know as as as a business owner you storefront what things are like every day but you can also show the behind the scenes using stories. It'd be like a camera. Crew showed up and started making a documentary about all this you. That might not happen but you can make your own right using insurer and so people can watch your young fans. Your customer's clients may become cheaper clients. Because now you know I didn't realize this or now. I see the process that goes into that. You're not charge. You know. That's really where the magic so Daniel were project voice. What have the voice that gets interested or excited is really great question? So I think there's a lot of chance for people who are making voice skills sales and people who are just starting in this environment to learn a lot about it and get ramped up in a really new thing in a lot of respects like we're in the weeds so we I think it's taking so long to get you walk go for people who are just getting involved in this industry. Now's the time to get into the ground floor like it's like twitter two thousand seven. You know when you're you're one of the first people doing the that's awesome. Yeah I like the analogy twitter. Two thousand seven. I've said mobile two thousand nine. It's really early and it's great time to get in in an experiment and figure out how to interact with their customers. How do they want to interact with you via voice and try and experiment with with things so speaking about voice and speaking about the future say in the next six months year five years you choose the timeframe where you like to see voice go is a great question so oh I would very much like a good mechanism and people with their cars like myself to have access to all the voice things Louis despite having an older cars? I've seen with new cars and you know you have the voice assistant built in and that's great you're GonNa have a car payment and how your insurance is going to go up. What if you still have a car? That works fine. Oh you should still get access to all those. So that's something. I'm really really interested in some kind of completely hands. Free built into the car. Whatever mechanism it is legitimate or otherwise? It gives you the access to everything you have device at home. I love that this really pragmatic around. How many of us have cars? It's only cars sold in the last year or two. It say they have any real voice features there and see if a car that's even even three or four years old missing and beyond that honestly very little. I love the idea of some very pragmatic kind of add on kit. The kind of modernizes. It where your car is still running working extremely well. That's a great idea. I've been using Amazon Echo on the auto perfect senior. But I will say that I touch my phone seventy five percent less while on driving because when I'm bored traffic's a little building going small. Oh whatever I'll reach your my phone with that it's a conversation right and so to give people not same level of access to whatever environment they're whatever ecosystem. There part completely hands free in that environment if these. That's awesome so Daniel if people want to learn more about you follow you on instagram. What's the best way to do so so he can find my show the instagram stories and go to Amazon Dot Com? And once I finish working with John you can find me on next week and you can also find me on Instagram at Daniel Hill. Thanks so much Daniel pleasure absolutely thanks. Okay I'm back Jack. I'm with Brandon Rim of voice flow Brayden. One introduce yourself sure yes so again Brennan remove voice flow. Co The company What voice low doesn't make it easy to design in prototype and build voice coding? Tell me a little bit more about voice flow. If I'm interested in voice and just getting started what. Why would I choose voice flower? What's what's opportunity there? Sure So when you look at sort of Teams Building Voice APPS. There's typically two sides right you're gonNA have your designer your creative side and then you're GonNa have your developer percent a lot of the big companies. They're focusing on developer developer developer. So we saw a need for well. Let's focus on the folks might not be able to cove right there a great storyteller but they never picked up python Early Asian so we give them a platform to be able to engage with a great voice. Assistance be build these APPs Without having to necessarily yes sir I I really love that because to my mind invoice content is King and an enabling the occult creatives to go and get into voice is really how this industry is going to grow forward and tools like yourselves really kind of unlock that and let us from what I've seen anyone go and creative simple voice out in and yet not be so hindered I've played with a little bit and I was like. Wow I this is a starting point. You get pretty sophisticated in there and so really good job of building a balance. It's of absolute beginner to build a pretty sophisticated voice obligation. Love what you've been doing and what what's really cool about What we're trying to do is for the Individual Joel? They're building without coding. And that's fine. It's cloudy but now we're moving into more teams and and some of these enterprises where now there's developer ended designer and maybe a PM right and so we are now the problem. We're solving for them. workflow problem right. How do you pass assets between different stakeholders? How do you get the copy? Just right how do you be able to communicate amongst everyone gets stickle thereby in to build a great voice experience. That's sort of the new problem we've been solving. We've been releasing features commenting and real time collaboration to really enable that team Ortho. That's great. Yeah the designer diner to developer communication workflow. They always communicate with the same language right now. We all know they don't and what I what's great about tools like that is. Let's the designer Seiner than build start building something and show it and then developer can take it at the Polish or whatever is needed on there so I love those tools like that. So we're at project voice sprayed and what have you seen. That's got you excited or interested here. I think it's always the number of companies every conference we go to as you see new companies that sprung up with brand new solutions things sort of angles. You hadn't seen before I think there's there's been some really exciting Something especially in the auto space so for example actually right in front of US Mercedes Benz ends. I got a demo with them and their new voice assistant. I Know Sound Hound is here and you see the the rises on these independent voices. Assistance to seen bixby's presence increased dramatically from over the pasta past year and a bit It's just really exciting to see the number of new companies that are entering the space and voice those goals to work with everyone so that we can have It's just making it more of a level playing field to get into voice that's great and what would you Brayden. You're deep into the industry and you've seen what's working and what the challenges news wherever you like to see voice over the next. I'd say six months year five year you choose the time line. But what's the future voice. Where should it go? I mean you know there's there's the ideal world the I think the relisted me goes if we can solve. Discovery is an industry on on some of these implants that would change everything. A lot of folks Focus Assan monetization and retention engagement but I think if developers hodges large influx of of users in the first place. You're then going to see them. Start to invest asked Moore and you know better monetization experience better voice experiences in general. I actually don't think there's as much of a quality problem as a discovery problem and so I think having the platforms really think about. How can we drive? More users Both implicitly and explicitly to these experiences really make the system a lot healthier. And you'll start to see larger and larger investments in space. So that's where that's where. I think it should go. Realistic Basis Long-term Vision though five years. I would love if there was a standard voice protocol that all the assistance could access 's and assistants reviewed like browsers instead of having silos That would be amazing. But you know that's That's a bit of a pipe dream right now. We'll see we'll see five. Years is a heck of a long time in the tech industry so much talking about Discovery Brayden. You know. I think that's such a common refrain around that and I think that's a huge unlock in. If we'RE GONNA move forward as an industry history we all need to figure that out because people build these amazing experiences and yet if no one finds them you know there's no users of it and so that's that's a challenge that the whole industry needs to figure out so whatever you guys can do in tooling and things like that that would be amazing to see but BRAYDEN PEOPLE WANNA keep in contact with you and voice flow. What's the best way to do so twitter twitter roll over there so you can find us? I'm at Remembrance R. E. A. M. Great the twitter emails funds Voice Slow H. Q.. On twitter and then we have a large facebook community of over fifty four hundred voice lasers on facebook and that's just voice community. It's a big facebook group. Alright well pleasure talking to you in meany Raden. We're talking again soon. Thanks thanks okay. I'm back I'm with at eleven ever when introduce yourself. Hello My name is Edna. I am the founder of pets. Labs studio that creates voice experiences experiences for kids such as kids court fees dancers out the door and one's great let you describe one era voice experiences. What it does short sell kits court for example is an Alexa based judge at settle sits fights so kids parents would come in and they will meet judge Lexi who is a persona that kind of walk through a trial Astra evidence witnesses and finally get a verdict Wisconsin? What to do perfect? You know it's funny. I really liked that skill and my kids are all little little bit too old and was first released to use it but I got entertainment value out of it. I could see how it makes fun to kind of resolve as the novel conflicts and I have two daughters now they have conflicts but they need they need the team version. So project voice. What have you seen? That's been interesting or exciting to you. It's great to me the entire community again. I've attended some really interesting sessions mostly about education marketing there was ingredient teachers designing a lot of stuff. which is something we're interested in? That's great you have wasted. Education has definitely been a theme theme Talks but also there's several people here are involved in that and I find that really fascinating nuts. Great Bright Future Voice for that so speaking of voice in the future where do you see. Where would you like to see the industry going six months year five years you choose the timeframe so it would say I woke Creator should support percents Asian options? Anyway see at right now as you ask for Song Song and I asked him a song but maybe you played it twenty times for one you want it. I like right nine special voice. That's so critical. Because there's not this ask you. I choose ten options. You want that one option is best for the user to go okay. The people are interested in keeping in contact tech with you and your company puts labs. What's the best way to do? So is that pencil laps. Dot Co and insult. Me On twitter. pestle voices meet lots. What's thanks so much of a pleasure to talk to you? All right. I'm back and I'm with Scott Westwater Scott when introduced yourself herself. Yeah thanks for having me. my name's Scott Westwater on the CO pragmatic digital and we're a digital consultancy that helps clients understand what voices and actually create it useful news bull- Experiences for audiences so really our mission is to try to figure out what their audiences looking for with the business actually trying to achieve from Jackson standpoint and then figure out where this intersect Creating things that go beyond novelty that actually do Dr easier value but also helps with the bottom line for the organization and I understand you just threaten book we have we have so a Susan. My co-founder and my wife. We Co authored. A book called with strategy and really. It's taking the past twenty years of experience in advertising marketing user experience constant strategy. And it's a way for us to help the community not only the boys community with business community understand what the opportunity voice is figure out where they can start to play and then we also share tools and frameworks that we've actually created for clients so it's a way to activate this community and help them get started investing. Now I don't want it to happen through using it's happened now so we all benefit from it platforms eh everyone. So that's really what our focus is and so for people interested in the book you can go to Voice Strategy Book Dot Com and you can actually buy it directly from us or you can also finding on Amazon dot com awesome. I know I'm going to pick up a copy and I'm looking forward to reading it. So we're at project voice. What have you seen this exciting or interesting interesting to you so for us? I'll speak for myself but I think Susan shares this is well. It's the community and like you know we've known while these past two ears like we met you at the first is. Oh it's like you know you're catching up with old friends. You're meeting New People that you're like you look at your profile photo and we've had as such great in incredible conversations with genuine people and so what I love about the community and you know. These conferences is allows us to Kinda share common frustrations and experiences and know that we're all not crazy forgetting voice thing and that we're all having similar struggles in it's okay and you know it's just part of the industry. Yeah growing up so that is a huge thing. We've talked to Brian Romley. We've talked to Terry Fisher. I mean we've talked to a lot of folks. There's been a lot of great sessions. I I think Kathy's session. This morning was fantastic and certainly something sorely needed coming from the strategy design side. I really do feel like we need a lot more representation. You should of that voice better to do it in the Catholic so there's just spent an incredible amount of positive energy and it's been really gidgets surround ourselves with our brothers. Yeah I think that's there's really a great voice community. It's one of the things that make such a pleasure to be doing. Not only this is so exciting but the community is fabulous right. It's kind of a reunion in any meet people and I'm like I knew you buy your twitter handle now. You're meeting you face to face and it's it's amazing opportunity opportunity and I love it and that's really what I enjoy most about these conferences. So Scott you've done a lot of deep thinking about voice industry for a while. Where would you like to see it go for the next six months year five years? You choose the timeframe that well I predict that twenty twenty is the voice grows up and so there's been a lot of experimentation mutation a lot of can we right now and so I think this year we start to look at what audience is truly need out of the experiences and search provide visits so so this year in that year I really will look for an influx of people from user experience content strategy folks that have actually helped craft world world and also the web world but really bringing that strategic guidance so we actually start creating meaningful experiences for audiences so I think this year will be the era. That voice grows up. I think a lot of mature Experiences come out and then I think next year is probably going to be when the business. Community's really start to invest in earnest. I was predicting this year. Is the year voice from consumer adoption standpoint Reduc- business logic behind twelve eighteen months. So we're do as much as we can with the book we've also partnered with our friends vic salons to announce a online education course and so we're actually targeting. The business community the market community to help them understand what voices allergies it for their business and actually really get in things a lot faster. That's great you know one of the things that I've been hearing is voiced the budget for voices moving innovation group to the marketing. And that's huge ship. That means it's no longer or a game. It's now we're serious we need. We have a Web site we have a MO- lap we have social. We'd needed voice to insert the same sentence and that's really a reflection in the maturity of the industry and moving forward and that's very bullish fall of us know absolutely and we see voice as part of grand ecosystem so you can't create a disjointed. The voice experienced that doesn't work with social or email or in the other things so it's really imperative socially for an enterprise actually any organization size but the have focus of coffee strategy. So you're sitting in the same things seem people and you're moving them forward so you're actually helping them solve their problems and at some point and they're gonNA actually certain making purchases will thank you so much Scott and IF PEOPLE WANNA keep in contact with you or Susan or just pragmatic digital. What's the best way to keep in touch with you? I would say twitter and linked in probably the two places that it's easiest to find so twitter on that at Scotland water with Susan is at S. J. W. Seventy fought Auden linked to enforcing. Were there all right. Thanks so much as always. Alright thanks. I'm back back I'm with Kane. Sims came when introduce yourself. Thank you roll. Jam Kingston's co-founder of the world. which started out as focused a few a few years ago on Dan? That's into consultancy design studio as well and Dome also not fixing of strategist summertime under being split slit two in V. Westworld and build on helping Vixen In that clients with that with a strategy tell me a little bit more about view ex world. Is it just you or it's me on. Alcohol found Dustin just in courts. So he's a good with experts. He's author's book last year. which is voice always applications Alexa? Google Assistant Lisa. Get something bixby envision. Out Slowly Yeah and yeah so he. He's the voice search lead. Our goal yet building capability. Yes so he's kind of technical. grins law the unelected design design stretching. Bring Great and congratulations congratulations on joining Vixen. Great Company. It's very good. Yeah some really interesting. Still be some really innovative stuff yet. Think of all things and I'm just I don't actually start until next week to get these ruled opened. Get involved good for you. So we're at project voice came. What have you seen? It's interesting or exciting. This being has been a few things I mean. I've actually not seeing quite as many sessions. As I would have liked to be honest I think the men the thing. I've enjoyed more than anything else. As being poisoned actual real face is to the people who have met known so long people like yourself people like you the county jail and all the people who hold voice community you know. That's the best thing out Experienced being people had a relationship with neaten in person you know shaking the having conversations the sessions that'd be really interested in. I think Brian Romley just today. He's got some interesting. Did I like the way he thinks about things and I think you know his kind of vision for the future is interesting. I enjoyed I enjoyed. SWOPE saugus how kind of we kind of build. It will let him on. The Po constantly kind of spoke about some of it. But it was nice to the whole backstory. About how he you found voice in. NYU start to experiment with and how he's found success now. That was really good. And then I'm a big fan of Wally Brill. Movable really enjoyed seeing in him And do the workshop on persona design of come across a lot of material of this scene is videos and stuff but actually being in the workshop and seeing the effects Rockstar and obviously the speed is tomorrow also asked me this question again. We're going to save. The best is yet to know. There's has been some fantastic sessions things you know when you said it's nice to meet people it's kind of like Oh your twitter handle is not just an your action but it points. It's so great to meet people on personnel people who you're like I know you but I don't in any soon personally you get to really know. That's a really fabulous to me. A lot of these conferences. All about is that is making connections meeting people in person so king you. You've been involved voice for quite a while. Where would you like casseus go the next six months year five years you choose timeframe but where do you think industry needs to go? I think the industry it needs to become a little bit more grounded things out the moment. There's love in the community. I don't think there's people doing low interest and still last still think voices being kind of really still going through. The Ohio may still being heightened nothing ultimately when you distill it down. Tom Is essentially either. Interactive audio is is put on and it's all conversation on which using it. And if you come on going down that kind of tough sometimes voices Mark Levin but sometimes it's not you know sometimes sometimes if you WANNA call it it's Mojo sure what how would like to see is voice not being this thing that stands is over here on the left hand side of this Isis and everything else but still have a seat at the table with everything else in with more of snot speakers and also even within like system shirk any touch points organization. Tom There is an opportunity to either introduce on or introduce conversational in general. Not necessarily so. I'm looking forward to the industry mature in where we can start kind is using the Tuesday's gone implemented stove does rather than talk about. It's still being totally voice future. Everything's convergent couldn't agree with you more. I say we'll be typing swiping twenty years from now we'll be talking more to our technology but it's all complimentary and it's kind of used the modality makes sense at that time in that contextual the use case and what's easiest for you. What gets me excited about voice is it really opens up? Probably the most natural aid interactive technology. But it's not always the best way to interact with our technology so we got to. You know figure out the best way to do things and sometimes voice might not be the most natural. We've been building tools and US now. Eight sharp along than we could actually communicated language well put and so you know I. I do think that it's actual serves a human lives is a tool the same way as hung's on how gang gets the tone of voice gang of and I think that we just need to the industry submit Shula it to the point. where voice China do the kind of things not we needed to do? Got It and and and maybe it's like saying that you use your hands fall you should media use. Everything has to be always on time so well put will CAIN IF PEOPLE WANNA keep in contact with you or VX world. What's the best way to do? So you can go to X.. Dot Worlds. That's the website you can find all the steps. Oh Jane Fonda Logan Final deals on all the social channels. Imagine Arjun any podcast will be Once I finished which will be either today or tomorrow. You'll be able to ask bic speeds. We'll talk some very close cultural actual saw it and it just can't view x dot will be in either podcastone wants to speak about anything. Great thanks Kane and I will say that I think is a must listen podcast. I am certainly loyal listener and I learned something every time. Thanks so much on their. Thanks a lot skin. Jesus I'm here with Kerrie Roberts carry one introduce yourself and I work with voice and hosts their podcast cast inside voice and do a lot of their content marketing with them from the Pakistan point. And we are at poject voice carry. What's been new and exciting getting the you've learned or experienced here so I have been doing a lot of interview so I've got to have a lot of one on one time with people I think what's exciting is that I'm learning so much more about voice can be done in so many different ways so many different shes on and really remembering that even though we're trying to reach the many people voice experience is generally one on one and really understanding who is the user had they speak. What do they need? And really focusing on that as the focal point almond that being very user centric and really thinking about the experience that our users want to have. I think we're moving into kind of past voice thing thing. Developer focus really content focused. And I think that's a huge advancement forward for the industry. Yes I agree and I think you know going forward. We're we're GONNA see that a lot. I mean I'm brandon content person so I'm always going to be a fan of that but I think it's going to be so much about having content that people are excited about learning from WANNA WANNA come back to. That's going to help them. Come back to the skill voice experience. Yeah and there's so much opportunity ahead of US real creatives. I'll say involved in building Susan experiences. Yes I think you know we had you on our show. I think what I loved about you guys are doing is. You're really focused on that. Third Party application really promoting creative and there's so many credence in this space space My background's dance there. People who are in filmmaking writing photography and you're seeing that across the board of all the great yeah fabulous addition and really what's GONNA propelled industry forward in my opinion so a carrot. You've been doing this for a while. Where would you like to see voice? Go and say six months a year five years you choose timeframe I mean at any point a closer obviously is always better. I would love to see voice. Be something where I can connect with humans faster so that I could ask the technology I was giving the example earlier. You know where are their comedy events in this area that I can go to and it will tell me I can sign up. I can just go instead of looking a lot on facebook like they do now are searching being able to have access to the people and things that I WANNA do. Faster would be great Have the technology get out of the way give you the information and get the heck. Ah Way and let you do humid again right. Yes exactly well thank you so much carry. It was a pleasure talking to you where if listeners I want to keep in contact with you where how should they do. So so the best would be unlinked in you can find. My Name Kerry K. E. R. I.. Roberts is the last name thanks so much. Thanks a lot correct. Thanks so that's eight interviews on the floor of the project voice conference. I hope you enjoyed them. Stay tuned for tomorrow's rose. PODCAST will release the final nine interviews with Tom. Hewison John Stein. Stephen Arcana Vich Rafiki. kyw Amy Stapledon Kevin Noon Ryan Lipkin side. Jeff Gal Shar utility and Terry Fisher talk to you soon.
Episode 200: How To Prioritize Your Day During Uncertain Times with Kari Roberts
"This is the evolve your wedding business. Podcast episode two hundred. Ed where we are talking to carry. Roberts about how the hell you're supposed to prioritize and plan your day when you're in uncertain times like we are right now in the world we're winning professionals are struggling to market and grow their business. One podcast brings together top experts and actionable strategies to help you build the wedding business of your dream. This is the evolve your wedding business. Podcast here is your host. Heidi awesome pay there. And welcome to the podcast. I'm your host. Heidi thompson and i am here to help you build a six-figure business without working all the time as i have with so many other wedding professionals and today we are talking about something that funnily enough. My naive solve thought at the time when i was recording this that it would be totally posts. Covert right. we'd be one hundred percent of the woods by now is not the case in case you noticed but this is going to be really helpful for you right now and also any time. You are in a period where things are kind of uncertain. Things are shifting. Things are changing and it's hard to nail anything down you know it's hard to be productive and make sure you're getting everything done and plan. Even in the best of times. I see wedding pro struggle with that all the time. And it's something that we cover in the wedding business collective but when we get into particularly uncertain times it can become even easier to just wanna throw everything out the window. But then you don't make any progress suv to figure out how to prioritize and make progress even in times where everything is up in the air and that is exactly why i brought carry robertson to talk about this because there are so many actionable things that you can do in order to give yourself some structure some order when things are uncertain. And i think you're absolutely going to love this. I also wanted to let you know that we have another one of our book more wedding summit common back for the fourth time now and that will be happening starting on october. Eighteen and registrations aren't open just yet as this episode comes out but you can get on the waiting list at book more weddings summit dot com and. I highly suggest that you do that so that you don't miss out because there is going to be so many amazing speakers and incredible opportunities to connect with other wedding professionals to learn from some of the best in our industry and i know that you are going to love it so go head and hop on that. Wait list at book. More weddings summit dot com. That has to ask their weddings and then summit dot com. And right now. I want you to focus for the next. Not even our and how you can give yourself some structure and carry is going to help us with that. I would love to hear your takeaways from interview. So as you're listening as things are resonating with you assuming you're not driving. Shoot me a dm on instagram. I'm evolve your wedding business. And let's get on with the interview with kerry today. I'm joined by carrie. Roberts who is a business coach and online business manager for creative small business owners and she helps them figure out time management and systems that allow them to grow their business while still having time and energy to live their lives. And i am so excited to have carry on today to talk about this particular topic how to prioritize during uncertain times whether that's cova did or whether that's another period where things are just kind of up in the air and it feels like chaos and there are some things we can do to bring some control to our day. So carrie thank you so much for joining me to talk about this. Thank you so much for having me. I love to chat about the stuff so when you talk about prioritization when there are kind of crazy things going on can you tell us a little bit about how you even begin to go about that because it can feel like basically this guy is falling and there's everything to do and you feel a poll just in every which direction so i think the first thing i'm i love to talk about prioritization. I have my talking points. Whatever but i always say the precept which has released stepped zero is to be kind to ourselves like sometimes. You have to acknowledge that. I'm in a rough season. I know in the wedding industry so many us are doing twenty twenty one events in twenty twenty events at the time of this recording in. There's just a lot of overlaps. I think just initially coming to grips with the fact that yes. I'm struggling yes. There's a lot of things going on in. no. I cannot do it all. i think. That's the very first thing we need to be. mindful of. i like acknowledging the fact that just no. I can't do it all. I'm not gonna take that on because i think too often often as women you know we take fat. Honest like okay. I just like this one more thing. I just have to be able to do. Yes yes and. I do talk about a lot because as limited. I really think that the society that we live in the culture we live in a kind of primes us to think we have to do it. All like oh. You're grandma's that is in the back of her head. no she doesn't really only wants to focus on cooking instead of watching you but she's she's been putting position to have to do both and i think as women especially we feel like if we're not doing all of the things or for not spread super thin that we're not doing something right and i just think the exact opposite is the case like just do one thing at a time and give yourself grace to know that you'd nobody's perfect so don't kill yourself trying to be perfect. Nobody can do it all in if we do it all. We don't do any of it. Well yeah we really kind of half ass everything and then feel bad about the fact that we're dropping balls left and right but it's exactly it's physically impossible to keep all of them in the air. A exactly so being high new ourselves is kind of step zero. Where do we go from there. Okay so the next thing. I think we should do is really i like to have you picked a focus for the day so instead of doing like a two lists where you've got everything under the sun that would love to get down. Let's be honest wasn't going to happen. Start was a focus like what is going to be my focus for today or what is going to be my focus for tomorrow. What's what round does that live in. Are we living in the realm of client centered it saturday a wedding day or are we living in the rama's it's In edmond day a tuesday or maybe it's a family day. You're spending the day at the park. Like whatever the case may be like choose the focus for that day and then note. This is where that grace comes in know that the focus for today is probably different than the focus of yesterday's in. It's probably different than what tomorrow Be like let each day completely stand on its own with its own focused. I love that. And i really liked it. You pointed out. The each day is probably going to be different. And i think that's just the norm of you know life but also you know running a business and they were going to be days where you have to be super client focused. They're going to be days. Where if you have kids kids need you more than they need you on a normal day or they're going to be days where you're dealing with. You know marketing stuff admin stuff. Whatever it is. I love grouping those things together. I know batching. That stuff together really helps me. Excuse me really compartmentalize and give like a home for everything so on monday. I'm stressing out that all. I haven't you know credit these instagram posts. If i know that like thursday is my day to do that. And that's where that batch lives. That just totally gets rid of mine. Zaidi i love being able to do that. Yeah getting rid of the anxiety is what keeps our minds clear because when we're in anxious state we're always thinking about what's making us inches so it's like if you're trying to money like i gotta do what i gotta do it whereas if you just say okay. It's thursday now you can. Your mind is able to focus in on what has to get done on monday. And it just makes for a lighter. You know a lighter. Way to move through your workweek. Yeah and for you personally. When you're dealing with your week argue the type to kind of plan out in assigned things two different days or you'd like going day by day with it. That's a good question. So i usually for home lice. I do week by week It's like there's certain things that. I like to do on certain days of the week so i do. Kind of block those out but when it comes to client management Like just like the business really. I do kinda do that day by day in. I've tried a bunch of different things. But just kind of knowing that. I'm gonna be doing things day day. That kind of is what my sea spiders and then also. I like to do things one hour at a time. So if i'm working on let's say your client and working on heidi stuff today. I'm going to only give heidi in our at a time so that i can get up. Stretch move around. Maybe move onto suzie. Maybe do do nothing watch. Tv you know. It's like. I like to work in our time box. That's what kind of is comfortable for me really. Glad you pointed that out because everybody works differently. And i know i have fallen prey to trying to follow really prescriptive productivity advice on like jam it into my life and it's like this doesn't work at all this is not gonna cut it for me but just knowing how you like to work in experimenting and i'm sure it took some experimentation on your part to figure out that elects worked for an hour and then get up for a little while and take a quick break whereas i prefer actually to work in a couple hour blocks and then i'll take maybe like an hour in the middle of the day or you know some time where i'll just caught sido run an aaron like something that gets me moving around physically and that works for me. Yeah that's the cool thing it's like. It's our businesses our lives. We've really can just you know. Of course the experts advice but give ourselves permission to manipulate that till it works for you. I i like to work in shorter periods of time. Because i can totally go down a rabbit hole and then be like. Oh my gosh. It's three o'clock and i forgot to eat breakfast in. That actually happens to me a lot. So it's like a fine saying okay at the top of the hour. We're taking a break that that usually is like I'm sorry it's time for lunch or let me go Run to the post office or do whatever i have to do. So when you're looking at things on a day by day basis in a period of time where you know things are chaotic or things are uncertain. What sorts of things other than the fact said you. You're gonna drop balls. You can't do it. All what sorts of things do people need to keep in mind where they need to believe. Focus on so that they're getting the important things done not getting pulled away by the million things that can distract them. That's not awesome question because of my little three steps. That's actually my second set which is to parore ties. So after we've chosen the daily focused. You definitely want to choose. What your priority tests would be an. I've strongly encourage people to have no more than three priorities for any given day Speaking for myself. I usually live in a one priority world. That's just what feels comfortable for me. it's it's better your brain likes it when you get one out of one things done. That's one hundred percent than only one out of fifteen so it. It's like when you are like. Oh i got that one thing. Done you get that dopamine hit it kind of encourages you to keep going where you don't feel like you're so Defeated so really starting with With with less more and especially when we are so busy or when we don't have the focus it's kind of You kinda give yourself a break by saying i like. Don't try to do it all. Just choose the one thing and then buddy that up with like we're talking about like the the time blocking or kind of like what. I do like pomodoro where you're working for. Twenty five minutes sprints with a five minute break or you know just kind of choose that one thing kind of figure out how you're going to get it done as opposed to. I've got eighty five things to do yet in having that never ending to do list in being able to like maybe three things donna You're right it looks like you did. Nothing feels like you did nothing but really if you set out that day like okay. This is the one most important thing. I needs to or the two or three most important things i need to get done today. And you get those done. That is such a different feeling. And i know this firstly. I do this myself. I have a tendency to pile on demand a lot of. Yeah and i have to say okay. This is either the one most important thing are these are. The two things are really needs to get done today. And then you know say you get those things done by noon. It's like okay awesome feeling good. I could either keep going. And do some other things if i want to. I could call it a day. Because i got the things i needed to get done done. And it's just that kind of breaking point that. I know i need where it's like. Okay you have permission at this point to make the choice as opposed to just head down working working working. Yes in van is the beauty of like. I love how you said you give yourself permission and you give yourself the choice. It's so interesting because as small business owners s service providers. A lot of us came into this. Because you have you know you lose the freedom right you wanna work when you want to work with the people you want to and then we start consuming content and doing all these things chasing these goals and then it's like we start doing things because we feel like we have to and we forget that it's our business in we can do it the way we want to. So go ahead and give yourself the permission to take a break or you know. Get let give yourself some. Cut yourself some site because no one is telling you to do all of those things but you so just start telling yourself something different something. A little more positive. 'cause building yourself up worked for yourself like your your own employees build yourself so you wanna come to work every day as opposed to just harping and being negative and over piling up all this work in expecting all of these things happen that we all know can't happen it's like no flip it upside down and say okay. I'm going to start choose to be positive. Create a positive experience for yourself. Create some things that you know will facilitate you to work. Better facilitate you to eliminate some stress minimize some overall. And then it's gonna feel really comfortable to start getting those things done. It's so funny what that shift does because it sounds small but the impact it has on. Your day is huge. It gives a completely different feeling to your entire day when you give yourself just a couple of really important and enforces you to to figure out what's important and what are you just doing because you feel like you need to do it right exactly. I think that's that's a conversation that needs to be head tubas. Just how do how did we end up in this place where we're doing all this stuff in our business because we feel like we have to like. That's not fun. Some stuff we have to do you know making sure clients pay on time and blah blah blah those kind of ethnic things but there is a lot of things in our business that might bring up some anxiety or some comparison. Ida's no one's telling us we have to do them. It's so funny. When i work with people and you know something with their marketing like it's just not working try different strategies. This just isn't the place that their ideal clients are when they realized they have permission to like. Just drop the rope. Like i quit. I'm not doing that anymore. Is the most freeing thing just like no. I'm done with that right. been there done. Met tried it moving onto that so with prioritization. If someone is in a state where they may be are frazzled. And they don't feel like they know what the priority is. What action should they take. What should they be thinking about. Okay so then. I say go back to step one. What's the focus for like if we're doing it on a daily basis which is what. I really encourage people to do when they are overwhelmed. What is the focus for the day. And if you don't know what the focus is for the day than okay. Let's see what has to do today. Like for example. The day that we're recording. I knew ahead to be here in shops so foul frazzled Embarking on my day. Today i would have said my focus is going to be outreach. I know i'm speaking with heidi today. And that's your that's your priority and then everything else kind of follows through whereas if you are overwhelmed you've got to pick up with that pick a starting place and no one. None of us can tell you what the starting places so you don't know and we can't tell you then just look and see what's on the docket. Wha what's do stay. Who do you have to speak to today. What has to get done. And then that's the that's where you start and then grow from there. I think there's something really helpful about doing the things that you know. Have to get done whether it's because there is a due date or because you know you just to get this done. It's really important for something that you're working on because after that you just feel such a weight lifted because once was the heaviest thing was the biggest most important thing and anything else you get done after that gravy yes it is and then you're like in bonus land because you've got the thing done you ate the frog. Just go ahead and eat the frog. Do they get that out of the way. And you're gonna feel so much lighter in. You're going to be not so overwhelmed. That actually happened to me last week. I was on boarding a new client. And i just was feeling like oh my goodness after we got off the second call i was like oh my gosh. I'm in over my head. Who feels like such a project. And i pushed for like three days. Because it wasn't the day i was. I was having anxiety around it in so last friday. I finally set down to do it. But that was the only thing i was really gonna be trying to do in the nose. Like after a little while mike. Oh it wasn't so bad like let me dummy it's let me just get out the way and it will unless friday wasn't the due date but there was just like the day where i'm like. Okay carrie just take a little bit of time to do it. It wasn't that bad. And i felt amazing once it was done. I feel like many things that we build up with anxiety like once you get into doing it and like you get the momentum of you've been working on it for you know fifteen minutes you're kind of in the groove it's like oh why did i make such a big deal out of that. Why have i been putting in off. Hey exactly and it just helps like you said to carve out the time it is going to be specifically dedicated to the thing that's causing zayed's because i know sometimes i catch myself with like twenty tabs open and there was this thing i thought about here and the staying i wanna do and this thing i need to do later and i just have to catch myself. Be like okay. What did i say. I was going to get done today. Right and that just like an anchor point that can bring you back when you inevitably start drifting because it's exactly if executives like knowing what that focuses that can kinda be your comfort that keeps you keeps you on the right path. I think it's helpful to to know that that's normal and that you don't have you know a brain that you can just say okay. I'm just gonna do this thing. And you never ever get distracted or anxious or remembering. There's this other thing that you need to do. And hey hey it's going to happen. It is an yeah. Sorry did i interrupt you know it. Just it's going to happen and knowing how to deal with it knowing how to bring yourself back. I think is really valuable because then you lose five minutes as opposed to losing like three hours. Yep exactly yep because you'll be just spinning your wheels. Oh man. I was supposed to do that. Yeah i've done that more times than i can count and it's like i've gotten better and faster it catching myself when i start to do that. So it is like a couple of minutes. I can bring myself back and you know brain. Don't onto a list. That stuff. I need to deal with tomorrow or the next day or whatever and just get back the task at hand and i think that's something that is an issue for a lot of creative people. Yeah and that was actually. You're such a good segue. That was like my third step. That i was gonna chat about. Bush was the brain dump because a lot of people start with debris dump i but then it's like anxiety inducing stressful because now it's like okay now i've got this bring up. What do i do. But i'd like to teach mike. Heinsohn students picked up daily focused. Then choose one or two priority items in the now we can bring up so now that we already know what the focus is now dumping stuff not so much so we know what to do so we can clear our mind from any of those distractions so that we can get those parodies done. I learned to brain dump stuff like gears ago from some productivity thing. It's one of the most important skills that i've learned. Because if i tried a store something in my head and not you know on paper or not on my calendar i'm gonna forget a guarantee it and then that just causes more anxiety. That just causes more overwhelmed. You just bashing yourself because you forgot something but i think and this could be totally mis attributed quote because most einstein quotes are said something to the effect of your brain isn't for storage your brain is for processing. I like that so like he would never memorize a phone number. Because you can look that up. There's no need to do that so let's not memorize things that you can look up or just have on hand clear as much brain space as possible to just think in process and way more don that way. Yes yeah anything we can do to kind of. Keep our brains clear. Lighten easy is just so good. And i think there's so much value i'm old school. I'm definitely a pen and paper kinda girl. I think there's just so much value and then just writing it down. My mom used to write notes on the back of envelope. That was like the thing. My mom did that to something in the eighties. Like grab a random enveloped but Whatever wherever you can find you know. Scratch paper notepad. You can go ahead and invest in notebook naked fun and pretty but just have something. I really believe that that process of using those extra senses with your your hand and your movement in your touch. It just really helps to like lisa from your mind. Yeah i think there's just something special about writing something down and then it's just it out but like i feel like when i write something down it does stick with me more if i type it like. It's fong. yeah whenever. I'm doing anything in my business with any kind of brain sort. Not even business family planning a trip or whatever I always always start with pen and paper and then ants. It just like helps you work through things and then i think of people are overwhelmed. 'cause creatives can overwhelm ourselves. I've even done not so much journaling. But i've even just taking time. Let me just make a list of everything. That's overwhelming me. And sometimes that will help reduce some of the insight. That i'm feeling i think that's really helpful too because like then it makes it actionable than you can say. Okay this things overwhelming me. Why don't you think about it until next tuesday Deal then it's like a without saying batches like has a home. It's like okay. I know i'm going to get to that. There's no way. I'm not going to get that. Don't have to worry about it. i don't have to think about it now. I know you know next. Tuesday when i get up that day. That's just going to be my focus late exactly and i actually like to key something on my desk that i can quickly scribble things onto because i mean i'm sure like you like you know everyone listening the things that come to your mind. They might be really good ideas. That i'll hong you should do something with but if you don't have a place to park them and they're just gonna disappear yeah. I was actually scrolling on facebook the other day and it was an ad for those masterclasses than it was a soundbite by sara blakely. Everybody's sitting on a million dollar idea. That's probably true Down that really realize that goes on in our brains on. It's just like how do you organize it to make it useful right exactly. 'cause there's so much that we're thinking and doing and sometimes we don't always pause to handle it. What sort of mistakes do you see people making when. They're trying to prioritize like they're trying to get out of overwhelm but they still just find themselves there. But i mostly see people doing what they what they've been taught or doing what they've come across even though it does not aligned with them so the really creative tight be visionary folks that have convinced themselves they need to work in eight hour time pops Or just the super perfectionist. That is You know someone civil done better than perfect so now. They're putting stuff out there in. It doesn't align with them because they prefer things to be a little bit more perfect but they do it anyways and then it's like they don't feel good about it so any time people are doing things where it's just not aligning with who. They are as a person or their values. How do you tell the difference between that. And just avoidance. Well i personally think. I mean i'm not like a psychologist or anything but i think that if you look in see. The cure actually accomplishing stuff's okay. That's one thing. But i feel like avoidance looks more like nothing is getting done. You might be busy but absolutely nothing is getting done. I have a business Friend who We were business Species now because she was it was like she was always having an issue. And i'm like hey you know like you're not really you keep joining the next quarter so you're doing the next great thing but when you're talking about selling product which was her business goal like you're selling your product and she's like i don't know if i want to well then once. She gave Mission that she didn't really want to be on the products anymore than she did. Some soul-searching realized that that that business was born out of Unhappy place in her life in her work and then her work changed in her. Life was in a different place. She didn't need it anymore but it was like once. She realized that she's like oh make sense. I'm not doing anything 'cause i subconsciously. Don't want to. Because i don't really want to do that so i think. That's what more avoidance looks like. It's just you might be busy turning the wheels but you're actually not really moving the needle forward whereas at least if someone is over you're working towards goals things may not be kidding right all of the time but at least you're you're in a forward permission. Yeah i think that's a really good way to measure is like what you actually producing. What's happening as a result of the work or are you just like quote unquote working for eight hours. And at the end of the day nothing has really been done on or created or moved. Like you said. You haven't moved the needle at all right and we're we're all business owners. So businesses make money so businesses. Should you know. Most of us are service based Serving clients so it's like you should be able to look back over the next three to six months and you can say yes. I made money. Yes i paid myself. Yes i service x amount of people like you've gotta have some tangible data there. Yeah i really like you know on a weekly basis. I encourage people to like. Just stop for like fifteen minutes. Look at okay. What went well this week. What didn't go well. But also where did my time though because there are times where i spend you know an inordinate amount of time on something that outsource to enhance. I would save like ten hours. But i wasted that but getting that like little stopping point to be able to take the pulse in realized that i did that helps me not to make the same mistake next week in the week after like. That's smart and we should always be looking back in. It's fun to look back and see what we're but we really need to do. The work look back and see what didn't work what we can improve when we when we move forward. Yeah and what just isn't worth your time or isn't worth your money or your effort. You're just doing it because everybody else is doing it right. Exactly yup. that'll make you feel crazy too. Yeah yeah it will. That happens anytime. There's like a new social media platform happens anytime we get an opportunity for something. I think we're just so afraid to miss out then and we don't stop to think. Is this actually a good use of my time is my ideal client even in this place does it make sense for me by all means but go into it with the mindset of this is an experiment and you know i'll check results in sixty days or something not just and i do this forever right. Yes you should definitely be taking a break. Sixty days ninety days out in looking. Is it work like what was it supposed to do in his doing what you wanted to. Yeah one thing. I see a lot of people do is kinda treat marketing like this buffet in there like the insane and they just keep piling in piling in. It's like you get rid of that stuff. Not working. And i think we just don't think to get rid of things that don't serve us whether it's in our business or in our personal lives like you're allowed to just not do that thing. Yes just go ahead and let it go and it's so freeing too. Yes and i love how you brought that up in the context of social media because there is always the latest greatest in. It's like if you've got an every new social media platform in opportunity out there. You wouldn't even have time to exit. Run your business right yet. That will be your business and you won't make any money you'll be back at step one overall record. So what other pieces should people really add into their workflows for keeping themselves focused in prioritize even in the midst of like having everything everywhere. I think it's definitely have to make space to be realistic. And just know that it's you it's your business is your strength. It's your opportunities. It's not anybody else's so you really want to make sure you're doing what is good for you and your business for you in your business and not for anybody else and also i love what you but you brought up about making sure you have time those checkpoints to look back An old personally. I do like a review every at the end of every month and at the end of every quarter just like what worked. Well what didn't work. Well what am i gonna do next time. And the reason why that's so helpful because we are all just so gogo but if you actually stop and you look that data dyke the results. That ugas are going to tell you what to do. If you don't have to make it out exactly. Yes i have a. I don't think. I put it in by like if you but my my first business my first side hustle is being a freelance makeup artist. In i was i'm in atlanta area. Salon atlanta bride. I was on letting wire was trying to market all these places and then that was in a coaching pergamon. Someone's did have you ever checked out. Boo boo listing in a mike. What's that so i started doing. Ludwig listing in lo and behold. I was getting paid assignments weddings and special occasions from google listings to the point that when my When my paid advertising was up. I haven't renewed my contract and that was some years ago so it was like taking the time to say look and see what was working. Which was my google. This thing wasn't working as well. Which was my paid. Advertising helped me make shift in my on marketing and save some money so there's just a lot of value in in taking the time to reflect even if it's just like ten minutes and it takes the emotion out of it too. I think you know we get so overwhelmed with like the like. What if i stop advertising in this particular platform and i missed out on a bunch of you. Know leads on bookings but if you can look back and see okay. I've literally got nothing out of this for the past months. You're a lot more comfortable making that decision. Based on the information you have yet. And then that's just a smart business decision right. you're just setting into that role of being good c. e. o. For figure business in. You're just making a good business decision instead of like feeling bad because you did so-and-so's instagram strategy. In it didn't work for you. Yeah and then you know. It's so easy to write the entire thing off but it could be the approach could be the platform could be lots of different things i think having that experimental mindset and being able to look at the results that you've got nc okay. Will this work. So i'm gonna do five times more of this doesn't make it easy. Exactly you know something you said about this being your business you to run it your way you know just made me think of the fact that i know a lot of times when i first got started with like goal setting productivity i was doing it from the perspective of the person that i wanted to be and not the person that i actually am exist in the world and i'm curious if you see that allowed to that like aspirational i'm gonna do this and that can get really overwhelming to yes. We got still be realistic. We've got to still be realistic. We there's one thing too. Oh i wanna be you know a half million dollar earners. I'm going to work on that mindset in to those habits so i can when i get there already there right. That's totally different than being like. I'm going to do something really bolden crazy and i have no stepping wait. No steppingstone to get there like. We still have to be realistic with our goals in our intentions. You you know. We're not beyond say as one of the few people on this earth that can drop a whole new service. She drops in album on a random tuesday without any marketing. And it's like you know mate. Sold millions of copies. We're not be unsafe. So we've got we've got to put a lot more planning behind it and have a little more strategy matt moore. Their strategy is good. But you know we have to have strategy around but we're doing so that it can be realistic goal Feel better to actually have a stretch goal that is realistic with the plan than a crazy audacious goal that is not attainable with no plan. Yeah i love having like it just for like a thought experiment. Like what would. I have to do if i wanted to. Double or triple my revenue for the year. Like i think that's really valuable Realized things and thinking about thinking okay. If i was running a business of that size what would i spend my time on died super valuable. But then when you get into the. And i'm gonna get up at five. Am and run. Never run anywhere in my life before right back have a green juice cinema live this like totally unsustainable unrealistic life. I mean if that's you you but like i. I rarely get up before ten. I just now. That assignment work for me. I shouldn't like build a whole. You know plan around that. Because i'm just going to beat myself up. Yes yes you know what to that point We have to know ourselves in nowhere when you best you know. Some people work their best work at five in the morning. Some people their best work at nine pm. So it's like if you're a nine pm worker waking up at five is probably not gonna be the business for you so go ahead and find your sweet spot in lean into that. Lean into what you know's going to work for you in your lifestyle as opposed to just because she did it in she's making x. Amount of money doesn't mean it's going to work for you. Her values are a little different. Her routine is a little different yet. And to your point you know. I think it's just another one of the things like you said. You have to know what works for you which that for you. Part is the biggest most important caveat. Because i can try all i want to get up at five and have this like morning routine but by six. I'm gonna wanna die so very the point. Yeah and as much as i love productivity in in having things scheduled out i can honestly tell you heidi. I don't like morning routines. I don't like them at all. I just feel like so For me they're very restrictive. And like i wake up early to me early but i'm not necessarily doing anything productive till about eight or nine o'clock i might be up at six. Might be scrolling my phone. I might be Playing with my dog or whatever you know drinking tea looking out the window. Maybe catch up news. I'm not really doing anything about nine o'clock and I don't want to follow any type anything. That's telling me to do anything other than what i'm already doing. 'cause that's what feels good for me. Think you know that really speaks to the value of white space just in our lives in our business where having periods of time. You're not doing anything like not only. Is that just enjoyable. But it's good for you. It's good for your brain. It's good for your mental health. You can't pack in every minute of every day or you're just gonna crash. Yup you're so right you're so right in a lot of times with my clients when we first meet one of the main things the first things first assignment i give them is blackout white space. I don't care how busy you are. I don't care how many things going on if you don't replenish your cup. You're gonna run. You're going to be empty china. Fill everybody else's got. He's got to always make space to prioritize in. Fill your cup up. This was a struggle for me for a while. Where if i utilized flexibility that i built my business for the purposes that i built it for i would feel guilty that i wasn't working and i had to teach myself intel myself like if i wanna take nap in the middle of the day if i wanna do nothing if i want to go to happy hour with my husband and like leave early from my work i have to tell myself like. This is also the work because i don't get to function without. Yes he no. I'm in a master class right now. Mastermind the facilitator. She said something in virtual treat a couple of weeks ago and she's encouraging us to do. Ceo days at least once a week if you're new to it. She encourages us to start with like a ceo hour once a week. And we're all like. Oh my goodness take him you know. Ooh that's a lot in the that she's like you know. Sometimes my ceo our looks like getting a manicure. Sometimes my ceo day looks like having much with a girlfriend like no one says which are doing as a ceo has to always the administrative nose to grime in your business. Like doing something for yourself is something you should be doing seo. So i thought that was a pretty cool concept that is and it's so easy to neglect yourself and just like you said nose to the grind. Just work work work. I'm not enough. If i'm not producing something and that's definitely a mindset. I've gotten stuck in it a practice. You have to build it. You have to work on it. You have to do little things like yeah things. It feel like you're cheating like i'm going to lunch right care yet and that feels good and then when you do have to come back to work it's like okay. I reward myself. I had a nice lunch. Let me go ahead in the spot again. Yeah it does help you be more refreshed more present and i think most of us don't do enough for ourselves right. I think that's probably why a lot of skill so overwhelmed. We're we're already stretched thin because we're putting ourselves. It's like we're forgetting about ourselves. When we're serving clients serving our family's doing this net for everybody else we forget about us. Yeah i mean even just days that. I don't feel like doing anything whether it's like a weekday or weekend or whatever. I will like intentionally in my mind okay. Today is for laying around watching netflix. That's why i still need to focus but hey right. My focus is being lazy watching tv and ordering food instead of cooking and that just fills me backup and especially in a week. Where i've been like going on all cylinders right. yes yes I had a weekend like that for some of the longtime Last weekend i was like oh head a little headache. i'm gonna just kind sleep in like It was noon. And my husband's like are you gonna. Are you gonna Kit dressed like you know. Maybe i won't get interested in. Have some breakfast lunch maybe. Well i'm like you know what i took a shower got trust and i said that's all i'm doing today and i'm going to catch up on the clown and watch. We watched the crown and eat food in ice cream and take a nap. Been much more crown. That's gonna be it and it was great. It's so fulfilling and like it's funny. 'cause we don't do things enough ourselves so i know when i do something like that i feel like i'm getting away with something which is a really fun feeling right. It's like you're cheating. Yeah so it's like when you get to travel but it's also business extractions exactly. Oh yes that is a good feeling carry. I know you know you have a lot of free sources. Where can people go if they wanna learn more from you if they want to be able to you know. Get things prioritized and get out of overwhelm their business. Oh i'm so glad you asset. So i've got a freebie that i'm gonna make sure that you get. It's called my daily priority list and it just kind of explains that three-set process of Daily focused your priorities them. Brain dumping in also is a digital version. So you can download that if you want to And then if people want to stay connected on instagram at kerrie roberts. Coaching in three confined me. And my website is carrie roberts. Coaching dot com linked to all of that in the show notes. Carrie thank you so much. This has been great eighty. I hope you enjoyed that interview. And i have carries download of her daily priority list available for you in the show notes at evolve. Your wedding business dot com slash two hundred. Now if you are a member of the wedding business collective. I would highly recommend herring. What you've just learned with what's our your most productive week ever course because what we regularly see from that course is people shaving off twenty percent of the hours that they're putting into the business and they're really really focusing on those priorities and those intentions and if you're not a member you can join us inside the wedding business collective at you guessed it. The wedding business collective dot com. Thank you so much for tuning in. Thank you for listening. I can't believe i'm at two hundred episodes of this now. I've been doing it for years and will continue to for. I mean as long as i can foresee. This is an absolute blast for me to create for you. I would actually love to hear from you about what you would like to learn more about in the future whether it's a particular topic a specific tool you wanna learn more about a specific person. You'd like me to interview ship me a dm on instagram. And let me know. 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1213: "Kung Flu"
"No no no no. Thanks Adam. Curry John's Devora February second. Twenty twenty. This is your nation media assassination episode twelve hundred thirteen. This is no agenda watching sanders sir. John Broadcasting Live from opportunities on thirty three here on the frontier of Austin Texas Kapela the drone star state in the morning everybody. I'm Adam curry from northern Silicon Valley. Where's the thirty third day of the year also to to twenty twenty? There's a lot of things going on today. I'm Jesse Devora Greg Lobban buzzkill well-timed well prepared as always always very impressed super bowl Sunday. It's Groundhog Day. It's all of these things. It's everything that's right right My goodness how you doing. I'm doing better than the Chinese Chinese everywhere. There's Uh Ed Christina was telling me that In in the Netherlands everyone view see Chinese walking around or anyone with a surgical mask for that matter. Walk around him is a lot of the French. Asians are saying that they are being racially profiled. Uh carrying signs. You sweet sweet Visas besides I'm not a virus People can be so cruel to dinner table conversation apparently. JC Dug deep into the whole thing and found some interesting little factoid. Sir that may be something people well at least discuss before we start We have a small conundrum. We need a quick sidebar for production production meeting. I have not one two not three but floor a Wuhan flu jingles to choose from for the segment. And I think we might as well Listen to you all of them. Just we understand voice my objection. Hello I'm listening. I'm how you said You WANNA the voice your objection listening. I was an agreement with the idea of calling it to Wuhan flu but since it's not an influenza virus per se it's misnomer and I don't like to do to to promote such things and so I've gone back into calling it to corona virus. We'll see you can do that. It was so that's the Kung Fu fighting from Sir Sir Chris Sadly no one picked up on your Objection of Corona Virus. Aw now I got that one. Who flew seemed to be a popular phrase with and the last candidates? I know another update art by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. All right so I I have some some feelings about these. The fourth one was clearly racist. So it'd be dropped one when I like the best the second one your thorough good clone. No no not George thorogood. It's Bob Seger Bob. Seger George Thurgood. Bob Seger pretty similar but that one. I liked the best. The first one is. I think the most potential but he didn't have enough snapping sounds and other China the sound quite the this is the one that's one. Yeah I think so all right good good good good old time hunt flew yes Now is this the the research paper that's been floating around. Is that what killed junior looked into with the inserted for HIV Five E. Like now the whatever they're called proteins now is looking to some other. He started getting looking at ethnocentric data regarding disease vectors and noted. He's such an exciting man to hang around. That's interesting to me of Davita of just so. He found that there was number papers written. He's actually at this on one of them. 'cause he was so insistent on some of this stuff that he's been covering which is that it looks as if and this is just preliminary. I kept telling him to write it out. How right it up? If he doesn't want to do it and I'd like to see some more evidence of this but I'm just gonNa tell you the preliminary preliminary look at this There's a lot of evidence that corona virus in particular is is more susceptible by I Chinese than by Caucasians of the same. Yes I've seen the same the same phenomenon that makes us so Chinese Chinese can smoke a lot. There's a couple of Cells in the lungs. That are good for fixing lung. Damage those same cells are the ones that the in corona virus attaches itself to and it tends to be not just Chinese though which makes it interesting also Japanese. I think some Japanese but the main main target is Han Chinese. While that's pretty specific you could. Not Getting any Zimmer traced his couple interesting point tidbits with SARS in two thousand to two thousand three when SARS was out of all places of all and I will call Shithole countries in the world right next to China namely Indonesia there were no deaths there right and all the cases of deaths in North America centered around Toronto in a specific part of Chinatown. Yeah there's a I. In in the show notes I have an actual list. That shows the susceptibility by Ethnicity I guess what do you call it. Ethnicity race ethnicity ethnicity I think the US us is down like you know fifty percent or something compared to a lot of Asian countries entries. What I'm still waiting to find out is will this spread from the Chinese all over Africa? Will it spread to Africans. According to Jaycees researched the African Africans not American Afro Maradona Actual African Real Africans. Apparently have a lot of them have have this same structure lungs that will create a problem in Africa which brings us right back to he. Would he notice in this. Is I think what I'm trying to talk about. What he knows? Is that if you start looking into epidemiology you find very little correlation with ethnocentric as they just don't make they decided not to make the connections so you can't tell for example let's say the last influence or even swine flu you can't tell L.. If certain blacks got more than certain whites or Irish got it more than Spanish or anything because they've kept all that data out of the out of the epidemiological illogical studies and and that's what he found fascinating and I was. I propose that the reason they did this is because one. They don't want to give anybody the any ideas and to. I think they've already targeted races with certain kinds of potentially bioengineered Viruses or other complexes AIDS Ebola Gumbo of examples and And so they don't WanNa show oh any sort of they don't want to make these connections so these digital study it but he's convinced it's Han Chinese. The Chinese are so freaked out at the moment. Right right and We have all kinds of measures being taken now We had additional country bands and to me. It reads like the one bill one road. One Belt Strategy Layout it's like okay your band and your band in your band and your bed. which immediately of course? I don't think it really worked. They tried to spin it as Muslim ban. No no no not really. This is mainly Muslim or Muslim. Well those peop- guess sure they. You may have Chinese in there by the hundreds of thousands who could be carrying the flu and spreading it to people who would come to America. But let's just say it's about Muslims because trump hates Muslims. It's such a disservice service such a disservice to the public. The economic impact I think is going to be as I was talking about from day. One this this is what it's about in my mind and the CBC so far the only one that had any kind of decent report on the economic impact of the Corona Virus Wuhan Kong flu. You need not look far to see the economic consequences of this virus airline after airline suspending flights to China this afternoon. One of Air Canada's last direct flights from Beijing landed in Vancouver in China. Entire smarts of the country have been shut down. starbucks has closed more than half its outlets Toyota announced it will close its plants and Google says it will temporarily close all of its Chinese offices remember though back in two thousand. Three China was basically the world's factory actor today China's much more intertwined in the buying and selling of the global economy the fact that the Chinese authorities have clamped down and they foot Many cities in lockdown already. That means those consumers aren't out there purchasing and that will really dampen Chinese growth and that dampening will will be felt in places. You may not expect Cameron. Seafood sells about confidence. Lobsters to China and Chinese New Year is one of the busiest he is times of year. They were set to ship about twenty thousand pounds this week off all concert. So actually the cells to China completely a to disappear from Monday there are other markets for those lobsters. But there's no way to make up the loss of the Chinese market and man no way of knowing how or when the world's second-biggest economy will reopen for business if it really is and of course they sounds completely bio-engineered when or four G.. How unfortunate for these Chinese that it only or really only it seems to be targeting them but it is kind of? It's kind of a perfect. A the perfect setup it was was the. Who's the old COOT Secretary of Commerce Wilbur? What's his name? We'll we'll garage. Yeah Wilbur Ross. He said this is good. This birds is he made a statement that this is really good because now we can bring back some of that manufacturing this guy always lets the cat out of the bag. This old man as guest to who funds the CBS rundown just ran yesterday of the update their their updated the corona situation. You might have a play. It case of the deadly corona virus has been confirmed the US the latest case in Massachusetts. It's the eighth in the. US and the first on the East Coast health officials have declared at a public health emergency. Nearly fourteen thousand people worldwide have been infected and more than three hundred have died and nearly sixty million people in China are under under travel restrictions. Remy ASENSIO leading us off from Beijing the CDC says the new case of Corona virus is a Boston resident in his twenties Wendy's who recently traveled to the center of the outbreak. You know just to interrupt. I'm very disappointed in in light of this information that they never really say what ethnicity or background. These American Victims have because it could be American. Chinese could be American AIRCON Japanese-american Korean whatever. It is a African American. We should know they should start as a it's a blackout. Yes on China. He's been placed in isolation salaciously also today tech giant apple announced. It would close all its stores. An offices in China until February ninth joining a growing list of companies restricting operations. Here this all comes as the world. Health Organization declared a global health emergency and the US State Department raised. Its travel advisory for China China to the highest level meaning. Do not travel to China a new study out by the British medical journal The Lancet estimates that more than seventy five thousand people have been an infected by the virus as of last week. If that turns out to be true it would confirm what many already fear that Beijing is massively under reporting these numbers the CDC Z.. Reported that even if patients initial tests for corona virus are negative. They could still develop the illness because the test only works. When patients have symptoms a study also showed the virus can be transmitted by patients with no symptoms? A woman who traveled from Shanghai to Germany effected seven other people while she it remained ace dramatic. Those findings contributed to the decision to place. One hundred ninety five Americans house at a California airbase in the first federal quarantine in fifty years they will spend fourteen days their best way to control. Virus like this is to keep people away from everyone else while you run out the crock on that incubation period. I'm really glad you got this clip because it leads perfectly into Dr Phil and Dr Fao. She is a celebrity here on the no agenda show. You may remember him one of the most famous lines ever. Do you remember Mr Bloe. Yes doctor FAUCI. aww thanks so much as always for joining us. Good to be April. That is foul. Say He's a fan favourite here at the no agenda this show and he's talking about these one I think it's him. Yes talking about the one hundred ninety five Americans that were flown out of Wuhan and now they're in quarantine they're not we're getting out in fourteen days. Listen carefully clearly they're all isolated And and we'll be for the fourteen days We have done virus isolation but I WANNA be clear the current tasks that we developed at. CDC is not. We're not sure of natural history of how the viruses isolated can you isolate at one day than three days later. Can we are seeing. In the cases that are in the hospital we've seen people had detectable virus. Then they didn't have detectable virus and then three days later they had detectable vars. We're using the virus cultures cultures right now and these individuals more to help us learn about this virus. How much eysenck dramatic carriage in fact is there so I want people to understand that distinction? We're we're not using it as over release criteria because we don't know the natural history of how this virus is secreted and this is what we're continuing to learn not using that as release criteria in joy your February. They're not getting out. This is this is the problem is you can get edit. And then it goes away and then it comes back. Well that's no. I don't think that's what he just said. He just always what what he really said. Was the test sucks. Does that so this is from the task force and They did have some soothing. Words for Americans. I want to stress address. The risk of infection for Americans remains low and with these and our previous actions we are working to keep the risk low. All agencies are working aggressively to monitor this continually evolving situation and to keep the public informed and it constantly transparent way to the United States appreciates China's efforts and coordination with public health officials across the globe and continues to encourage the the highest levels of transparency. It is likely that we will continue to see more cases in the United States in the coming days and weeks including some limited person to person Jason Transmission. The American public can be assured the full weight of the US government is working to safeguard the health and safety of the American can people. Donald Trump don't China China is ass. Hoes my twenty. Three and me comment is not far off from our future after you watch if this is true and it is an it comes down to DNA in what parts of people you're made out of. We shall see we shall see what happens but still I mean ultimately it's it's not even apparently earliest bad as the seasonal flu but if it if it comes and goes and you carry it after months. That's problematic or a problem I guess. Well something's a problem. So then the Department of Justice they did they do get some know stupid you know. They're building these. Hospitals apparently apparently aren't really hospitals that they're building right outside there there's prisons containers with the lock on the outside. It's a container. You can pick it right up with the crane kill impeach So just to add some insult to injury in. This hasn't been used politically yet that I'm aware but the Department of Justice Justice came out and gave a little rundown of what they've been doing most recently with people doing a covert research on behalf of Chinese unease bio labs. We're here today to announce three separate cases highlighting the ongoing threat posed by Chinese economic espionage. Gosh and research theft in the United States. I the arrest today a Harvard University professor for lying about his participation in a Chinese foreign recruitment reprogram second this morning. We've unsealed a separate indictment of a Chinese national working as a scientific researcher at Boston University. Who failed to mention on our visa? He's application that she has also even tenant with the People's Liberation Army. Finally this office hasn't decided another Chinese national for trying to smuggle vials of biological material. Real out of the United States China and lying about its federal investigators that defendant whose entry to the United States had been sponsored by Harvard. University was a cancer sir researcher at a lab at the Beth Israel deaconess medical center so this morning the F. b. i.. Arrested Dr Charles. Lieber the chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Chemical Biology at Harvard University for making false statements regarding his involvement in China's thousand talents plan and his -ffiliated with the Wuhan University of Technology Technology the complaint alleges. The Doctor Lieber signed a contract with the Chinese University in Hong and was paid up to fifty thousand dollars per months plus up to one hundred fifty eight thousand dollars in living expenses and awarded more than one point five million dollars to set up a research lab at the training training school and work there on researching nanotechnology Lieber also joined China's thousand talents plan. According to the complaint Chinese government run program Damn designed to entice scientists and researchers in the United States to share their research expertise with China coincidence. I think that you're it is just one of those odd coincidences beauty. Just now the the health and Human Human Services Secretary on Czar He's I think he's in trouble somehow with this. I mean he is. He's waffling and floating around around the way he says stuff and I've two clips one from I think this is the From there A press conference in then. I think the other one may be from a direct television interview. But this is explaining Self Quarantine Mister Secretary the mandatory Corentin for people coming in from Kuwait problems. That be own quarantine or will that be an institutional center at an appropriate quarantine facility of some kind for those individuals tools for the US citizens returning to the United States from having been in China within the previous fourteen days they would be funneled. As Secretary Kuching elite spoke of they would be screened appropriately to see if they present any type of symptoms of the disease and then they would be asked to self isolate at home over the fourteen days but for individuals from Ebay. Because that is the epicenter of this with such high immediate transmission we fill these additional measures of corn for up to fourteen days or appropriate Alex. Have you selected specific quarantine centres. We have selected dumb. We're we will announce those as Jeff's implements with the airlines airlines funneling. I can you say with me now. FEMA CAMPS FEMA camps in Your Future Ladies and gentlemen and Listen A to Z.. Has attell and a truth WANNA comes out. Moment wants to come out moment in thirty nine seconds. We'll get the Tel at the beginning. And then the truth wants to come out and headline is is the world ready for the corona virus. How do you answer that question? So we've actually been very transparent about what we do not know yet about About this virus. Wow We've had we've actually been very transparent about what we do not know yet about about this virus. which is we don't know full information about it's contagious about its severity profile? Which is why? I'm delighted. Delighted that at the invitation of the Chinese government. We will accept the invitation to participate as part of the world health. Organization's team of experts that will deploy to China China to assist Chinese experts on the ground to actually get ground truth to study this virus. Get all the information to both help. The spread prevent this Burger in China. That guys thank God yet. Ground Truth to study this virus. Get all the information to both both help. The spread and prevent the further in China also global Lara's clipping today for finding now deserve serving. This guy's a double whammy. That's w got to tell cough and you got the gotTa to help this bread man who my goodness dinner table conversation we were talking about some other aspects of Qatar. Lose the fact that man should be more susceptible for various reasons to seventy percent more men infected than women so far. Yeah and that it has to do with the structure of the lungs in this in the smoking and the rest of it. But you know it'd be the conversation with Chinese have too many men anyway. It's a good thing so you know it might be even things out a little bit. Who knows grizzly conversation sation? I'll tell you yeah but now we know that historically speaking having been around the block for a bit being a little bit older all of these scares there's Ebola Zeka swine flu h one n one SARS if I mean yeah people die at thirty thousand. A year die from seasonal is no flu. People die so in the United States. I don't feel we have to be that worry. Don't Europe is also not shutting everything down. Oh now in my goodness the they can't of course because every everyone's to this is the this is the real issue. It's not just China as as the for one of the first clips said WHO's just our factory anymore we're intertwined so if if China goes down is GonNa hurt just economically Maclay. Speaking Dame masterson is not the discussing this in what's going on in Japan. Yes you got. That idea she she she matches that the gins is just empty The places did. The streets are deserted. They don't want to eat. They WANNA go out. I won't do anything the thing I know. Yeah this real slow slow down your economy bankrupt. This is not good. I mean just that part you mentioned at the beginning just not the economic economically inches. Not Good I got a note from being ignored. I think some somewhat as should also mention this as you started off by mentioning that the paper about the HIV being inserted into corona somehow which may or may not be true. Yeah I think it's bullcrap I did get By by posting this which is nothing wrong with posting the fact that this paper exists Zero hedge got kicked off twitter. Gone Yeah I I saw that too very not not suspicious. Our Intel analysts. This is the one who Caught the the fact that a lot of the Canadians flying back from Iran We're actually work came from the university in in Canada Navia. Or they're experts in nuclear technology. So sent her sent me a follow up note. Here are some facts regarding the virus though actually he said he got this you know. He's an intelligence analyst so he gets his information from sources so he says a well placed source with direct ties to mainland China China. I know it sounds a bit like a weird blog post but it was private to me and he has some standing in the show. Since the previous observation he attends his his Source Attends John Hopkins University in Nanjing China or or attended and as an alum. He still has a log onto the libraries where he drew some research. Trump's short version of what he our analysts is found out the most susceptible bowl to the N.. KAV The novel Corona virus the highest. AC Two gene structures people who contract never recover from limit. The virus becomes recessive after incubation and initial flare many of those who had an initial infection with fever and cough but without a cytokine hi sue cytokine storm. What does that John was the word cytokine storm? See why Taylor this award. I'd have to look at a Sawai T. O. K. I n. e. cytokine psychiatrist on so without site a kind storm. If you looked at it for me had showed a compromised immune immune system and recurrence of the virus. In several cases the third or fourth recurrence in the Reduced Immune response the. There's that word again. CYTOKINE storm developed. Those people died because the viruses immuno compromising any recurrences. Yes stop you aside kind aside. A kind storm is an overproduction of the moon cells yes and then. Activating compound cited kinds of which in a flu. Infection is often often associated with a surge of activated immune cells into the lungs. You kill yourself by trying to bring your body tries to protect yourself. I give some people get you can almost self-induced asthma attack. Under certain things get released. Just the means. Then the next thing you know you're Half dead because the viruses immuno compromising any recurrences. Further further weakens the immune system the Chinese using the term airborne AIDS in describing the approach to it The patient in Seattle was given an experimental anti retroviral retroviral. After his first post infection flare fully recovered on the drug he was declared cured when he stopped the drug virus flare recurred. This is from the New York Times January twenty second article. He's back in the hospital. The basic prevention is to quarantine and avoid people in the AC two gene sequence. Those people will have the highest viral load and be super spreaders yes. This is much less deadly currently than the flu virus however it has the potential to grow undetected affected at a much higher rate it has also had an impact on the global economy that has already surpassed anything flu viruses ever done. According to our intelligence analysts so the a C two gene sequences. That's something can get from twenty three and me. Can we figure that outcome. We target people now. Who have done this? I think I think this again is Han Han Chinese it probably. He has the list. It's the same list buzzkill junior probably saw with most susceptible where Americans comes comes down at the halfway down the list fifty percent so that kind of sounds a bit like something that might have been bio-engineered near who knows these thing. I mean naturally occurring substances do evolve through that too on their own and then they just have the unlucky winner. And you're a winner and you're a winner. Alan Suppose you now the point that if it is not if you can't get rid of it once you get it you're you're you're forever every your It's more like herpes. Yeah like Kirby Oh man well. That's all bad news. This great I think I still think the real bad news is yet to come demar interesting. The economy will coast for a while. While it's got it's gotta be hurting. It has to the numbers have to make. No it's gotta be huge Thanksgiving. It's just said and everyone's going to start using using this. Hey if we had a public company we'd be having this meeting right now. We still have that. You know that Shit on the balance sheet. Why don't we get the bad news out? Blame it on Chinese flu or whatever. Say problems that affect. Yeah if there's bad weather bureau. Blame it on whatever's going on of course but it's GonNa definitely have an effect and whether or not the market accepts the blame because the market will go. Well okay we'll let you slide on this one. Yeah but if it continues and if this is like what did John Johns Hopkins report in the Intelligence Guy which I believe him because Jimmy Johns Hopkins. It's a spook operation. Think and and it end day would have good information and so if he's looking at their their stuff and they just doesn't go out to the newspapers this Kennedy they don't WanNa freak out the public. This is just for podcasts. Let's just the Intel guys can sit around. Waiting conversation opened up we started talking about it. Was it went like this Adam. Read a note from one of our producers talking about this big programming operation. All the programs are staying away from the Chinese Numero that note. Yes it. They're all coddling anywhere but don't WANNA be hanging out with the Chinese coders and JC starts off by saying for good reasons took that helps but that's that is very strange to me. It's kind of knew that in the public public is so poorly informed only reading headlines typically just you know people of tuned out to news because what is news anymore. I think that's why one of the reasons why the people like listening to know agenda is because you know we at least we may not be right all the time we can't but we present everything that's out there that could be presented the S. and we have people out there who also do analysis they give it to us and then we realized that's fantastic. That's the thing is that we have our own analysts and they yeah exactly now they have access to stop. We have people that have access to stop that. Definitely to public doesn't have access to and the reporters orders. Don't be you know they can't even barely use a computer so I can against the New York Times. They're only interested in getting trump offices Bernie from getting elected pay and and you know what. CNN is on it again if you thought that after now. We'll get to the impeachment a moment because of course it's going to be an acquittal. Vote on on Wednesday. That's expecting less. Something crazy happens but at this very moment and we have tomorrow Very important for the democratic Party is they are going going to have the Iowa caucus that's all leading up to who will be the nominee. So it's an internal thing it's not a government thing. It's a club of Democrats they can. That's how they run. RUN IT I. I want us all to pay very close attention. I believe Joe Biden's campaign is over it is completely done and wiped out. He will never recover because he's no longer needed. He's no longer. We needed him to be an opponent of Donald Trump for the impeachment impeachment over. Thanks Joe Oh you you. You really did your job for us. You can now go away. You can't really function anyway. Mark my words Joe. Biden's campaign is over which leaves us with the Sanders surge. This is an incredible problem. We need to stop Bernie Sanders and CNN. When did a fabulous job by reporting well? Here's the clip in the understand David CNN at plan to bring everyone one the final Iowa poll from CNN and the register tonight. That is no longer happening. Please explain to our viewers. Why yeah it was brought to? CNN's attention earlier this evening that somebody who was questioned for the survey raised an issue with the way that they're interview was conducted that means the results of the poll could have been compromised. We weren't able to determine exactly what happened during this person's interview and and we don't know if it was an isolated incident so out of an abundance of caution CNN and the divine register and Seltzer and company who conducts the poll decided sided not to release. Tonight's poll. We take the standards that we applied or polling very seriously and to keep the highest possible possible standards. We wanted to present this information to the public and explain why we didn't proceed with releasing this poll this evening so the A lot of this stuff is almost like superstition. You know how things work and what you need and even this caucusing which may be John you can try to explain. It's is not an incredibly clear to certainly not to anyone outside of I don't know Iowa But this poll is an annual or a poll. That has always run and published published the on the eve of the Iowa Caucus and it is supposed to be a very important indicator as to who is going to be Who's going to get the most most people caucusing slash delegates for the ultimate choice of the democratic contestant in the big reality show and I mean for C. N. N. to have someone call you know it's not like this person was on the air? I have no no proof. There's a lot love you know a fish according to official sources. There's no names anywhere but someone called up and said Hey who voting for Bernie Elizabeth Joe Joe And apparently didn't say Buddha judge and so that immediately was taken by CNN. Into cancelling the obvious. News that Bernie Bernie Sanders is surging ahead of everybody. So they are they are. They're meddling in the primaries for sure. And unless you have something else I'll play the ABC Iowa update because I think it kind of encompasses and wrap the scheme because I have some thoughts on this and whatever ever you want play yours l.. I can't remember what minds produced a last night. Play Mine said play yours play mine hold on what's I were wrap here. We go with just two days to go before I was first. In the nation voting for the twenty twenty election the Democratic presidential hopefuls are trying trying to make every second count Senator Elizabeth. Warren made it to a late night campaign event Friday after leaving president. Trump's impeachment trial. They'll spend the weekend crisscrossing housing. The state ahead of Monday night's caucuses the latest monmouth university. Poll shows former vice president. Joe Biden holding a slight edge over Senator Bernie Sanders among likely likely caucus goers. This is interesting women who was Whose report was that? Who did that one too? CBS LET'S LISTEN TO ABC Central Intelligence Agency broadcast saved. No ABC has a different edge tonight. A final frenzy the caucus is now just two days out. Senator Elizabeth. Warren listened closely to who they make sound like a doofus. Ducasse fresh off impeachment duty making a mad dash from the capitol to rally her supporters dressed in campaign hoodie. There is people who wanted to do some self. That's the sound bite you want from someone. You want to marginalize closing argument with today we will. We must come together as a party and beat Donald from tonight a surging Senator Bernie Sanders shaking off concerns about his electability. But I believe that we all the strongest campaign to defeat trump democratic democratic super PAC trying to stop his momentum before the first votes are cast pushing out an aggressive ad campaign questioning the senators health. Was I do have some concerns about Bernie Sanders. In fact we did have a heart attack and I believe that our campaign is the campaign of energy is the campaign. All the excitement excitements the divide within the Democratic Party on full display and a critical election-year congresswoman booing the mention of Hillary Clinton's name as she campaign for Sanders. We're loud boom. You know. I can't be quiet. No we're going to boo. That's that's alright. The haters the haters shut up on Monday when we went today apologizing writing. I allowed my discipline. Making Bernie look bad very bad because Z.. As bad surrogates Secretary Clinton's latest comments about Senator Sanders in his supporters. Get the best of me former Vice President Joe Biden on a twenty city. Seventeen Seventeen County bus tour throughout Iowa Vice President benefited from having this largely to yourself during this critical stretch for long time refused that Joe has his head down. He has no energy. He's depressed because he knows that it's Oh he knows that it's over darling. Disagree with this hold on. I hold it down. Hold on. Let me just finish the clip in the mood. Time here and it still feels good to keep moving the DNC changing changing its rules dropping the donor threshold. The pathway is now open for the billionaire mayor who is self funding. His own campaign to possibly qualify for. The Nevada added debate happening later this month. So you disagree with my Joe Theory. Yeah because the guys I follow which. The Democrat operatives and many of them are on twitter. John Cooper's my favorite and they have a you can tell that the this biden thing is They're doing everything they can knock knock lead Bernie win and so brazen when it's going to have to be Biden and here's what my basic new thinking. The entire impeachment process is designed designed to get Biden to win the reason they stalled one whole month before presenting it to the Senate is so they could time it. So the senators owners would have to be in Washington. DC they're all running against Biden Biden has no restrictions so binding can go pound the pavement in Iowa Day after day after days is impeachment drags on coincidentally moved right to the point where the caucuses are and and stretched so they. So that's where they both these reports that we play is. These senators are rushing to Iowa that the fly over and they're coming in near midnight they beat up with people and then they got to fly back to Washington for the for for the vote on Monday. The this is all a scheme. I agree I agree with that. I totally agree and it was maybe more orchestrated to thwart Bernie than to help. Joe Is my idea well. Well it's DEF- Will Bernie's definitely the target. They have to stop Bernie so I would. I would not disagree with the theory. That Bernie is number one on the list of wire. We're doing doing this. Yes but I I still believe that is that is. Joe Is the one who got to take advantage of this situation of impeachment which which they stretched needlessly this Lee and they took their twenty four hours they did everything they could to keep these senators in Washington. DC where they had to attend. They couldn't say I'm Outta here. I'm going to Iowa an the election to run our campaign to run that kept him in Washington and the only one who does only two people that benefited from that and that is booted judge and Biden because because they're not senator pounding the pavement at although it won't make any difference it's also benefit to Bloomberg Bloomberg's not in the Caucasus. Okay I wanted to play the Alabama Bloomberg he just spent money left to race now is already spent a the million dollars. tweeted some of these look at the players here Who are at work? This is the you heard a little bit in the ABC report. This is the Anti Bernie ad that ran in in Iowa. The most important thing is we have to be trump. We've seen the damage that trump in the Republican Congress have done I doubt Bernie Sanders can beat trump. I like Bernie I thank. You has great ideas but Michigan Pennsylvania Iowa and. They're just not going to vote for a socialist. I do have some concerns about Bernie Sanders health considering the fact that he did have a heart attack. I think it's very important. The the nominate somebody that can beat trump. I don't feel as though Bernie Sanders would do insult trump. I just don't think Bernie Vitro Diem of ipaq is responsible for the content of this advertising advertising. So that's the MDF I pack. That is the Democratic majority for Israel Political Action Committee Board of of Directors Ann Lewis. This is straight from wikipedia. She's at the top of the list White House. Communications director during the Clinton administration. Henry's Cisneros this narrow Cisneros Cud secretary during Bill Clinton's Administration Clinton operatives. Oh yeah and Jennifer grandmom who's also a currency and political contributor. It's obvious who's behind this just to get get rid of Bernie and it and I am very disturbed by how far they will go and do they not realize that there are a lot of people people who really like Bernie. Sanders is a lot. A couple of things. Should be noted. We'll we've noted it before I think Bernie could beat trump in fact I think he's the only one who could be trump because it's a it's a clear distinction. I think it makes the voters out there. Really take aside yeah. I don't think he would be trump. I think he could be tremendous. Anybody else can not with not with this pushback from his own quote Unquote Party will. He's not in the party. That's the joke of it. He's an independent. Yeah but he's running on. The Democrat turned to day there. That fond of this concept. You know it was kind of interesting that in the in the impeachment vote. Of course he is. Vote comes through as an independent yet. He's running for the Democratic ticket. Which is I'm not quite sure how that works? Why do they even let can they? Just say net. You're out why they even let him in Socialist Party. There's the left. AOC's over the party. That's the the future of the party. It's we're basically if you look at the two parties in the future the left we'll have two parties the Communist Party and the Nazi party as of course the the the right wing Conservatives will see the left as communist socialist communist and the left We'll see the right. The right wing conservative insertive as Nazis. So that's what it's going to be it's going to be Nazi commies. That's our future and Michael Moore. Michael Moore spoke spoke. The Bernie rally. He wasn't he was a little fired up. They are removing the rule to be on the debate stage where it says you have to have so many people donating to you. Otherwise instead of twenty seven people on sage. There'd be two hundred twenty seven people on the state so you had you had this show. They had to yeah have a certain number of Americans that will give you a buck. That's all the rule set certain but they would show that there's support and that's how they determine who would be on that debate stage today. They remove that rule because Mike Bloomberg but billionaire the Republican mayor of New York City. They removed so he could be in the next debate. He doesn't have to show here thirty support among American people. He can just buy his way onto the debate stage. And I gotTa tell you. It's so disgusting about this by. Watch the debate in Iowa here two weeks ago the all the old white today and the fact nick that the democratic the DNC will not allow cory booker on that stage will not allow the Castro on that stage. They're going to allow Mike Bloomberg on the stage. Billion fucking dollars. Yup that's right that guy so bloomberg has a new AD. What is as with with more Jews? Oh no no. You can't say that. I should mention the visuals goals for this ad You don't see people you just see dogs dogs dogs dogs dogs on leashes. Dodds look each other. It's a dog ad for women. Mike Bloomberg is the man to lead us guys will create more jobs much not afraid that they had already not one bit address. Me By those tweet. Lighten Mike. I like Mike. I Lick Mike Nick Berg stalk dismissing. I'm Mike Bloomberg and I approve this message. Dogs in the door to voting apparently the only thing on his second. You're getting pummeled by ADS. For for Bloomberg Bernie and stare and even though star reviews spent much that was real by the way. That's that's not what I'm asking because I've not seen this saddened California. What is the point of this Ad? What do you think I think it was put together quickly as a joke because of the weird way he shook that Khalis head? If you saw that video thing about this key he was he was doing a meet and greet somewhere and someone had a dog. The dog comes up to him. He grabs the dog by the knows. The dog opens his amount so he just he basically grabs the top part of the dog's nose and head and shakes it like shaking. Someone's hand it. It's very disturbing wait wait you grabbed the dog's muzzle and shook the muzzle jet. But just the dog's mouth is open to just the top part of the muzzle. Put his hand in the dogs. Yes Ah the dog didn't clampdown sadly no otherwise you would have heard about it. He had to know that dog. Nobody in their right mind does that. He unless he's as a reptile. Well there's that dogs supporters. Maybe the dogs will vote for him. I don't know maybe I haven't Eyeso- for the potential end of the show. Okay is it the Bloomberg. Yeah okay. I'm I'm Mike Bloomberg and I approve. This message ended up show contender. I got another one later. Okay okay let me see what else we have going on in the twenty twenty Oh yeah you know Five three eight media the the a great pollsters who predicted who got one thing right twenty years ago and have never gotten anything right sense those guys pretty much silverman or whatever his name is the yes that Guy Silver Silver Grad silver. Something brass up. This it's the guy that everyone trusted when he said the Hillary will win ninety eight percent. Sure that's the guy Nate nate silver. There you go. So they interview Stacey. Abrams a quick quote. Stacey Abrams Bramsen Malone of five three media says do you think the country will elect elect a black woman president in the next twenty years Abrahams says yes. Question do do you think they'll elect you abrahams says. Yes that's my plan. I'm very pragmatic Lee. She admits she wants to be the president. Wow how does she gets her talking points from the far and that's what she says I don't know maybe she had living there. I think that this is not the way to do things. Well pretty bold. Yeah so that's kind of your own board with it because you think you're on your. I think she bought bought into it. You bought into the Stacey Abrams hide. She's I really do. I really don't know what to think anymore. I mean we clearly differ on the Biden stuff. So I want to see what happens. I I think we'll know very quickly actually almost getting to to to warm up to the idea which has been kermode at this has also been promoted in zero hedging elsewhere that Hillary is going to be the vice president Biden. Well this was this was you laughed at my autumn's razor her. Did this literally literally what I suggested. It's even on animated no agenda that must've pushed you over the edge. Well it got me. Th the weather logic was different than yours and it was and I started reading it and at something what fell on my head. The apple it fell on my head was that Oh wait a minute. There has to be song reason. Samba rationales some reason. My original concept at Hilary's GONNA a jump in at the end is coming to fruition. This could be it okay. Not quite sure how different so no is still my idea. Only now. You just wasn't but I'm just saying that I've now coming around to thinking OK. Supplies makes I can see see. I can see where it could happen. It's a charitable ticket. I'm as you to people with walkers. Running for president is pretty bad. uh-huh oh my goodness A. It's a great ship. The whole idea is great did you. I have a lip. I'm Dave Posting did you have any any combos with your Lib. Joe Friends after the no two witnesses and documents vote uh which essentially was a dour moment for many. No I didn't I I'm trying to keep trying to minimize my Approaching it's like getting the edge where there's a rift in demand the dimensional rift the way I'm seeing these things yes and there a and you. Don't I try not to approach. I'm still irked about the Putin's calling the shots beliefs. Oh it's also if it's only gotten worse I could be. I felt it's not healthy to get too close to You start to have it's like The Time Space Space Continuum you know pieces of your anatomy start to dissolve by dangerous. Here is A posting from my lips friend and it's titled Epitaph for America Uh posted on Friday. It looks like the impeachment trial will be over tonight. I've been trying to come to grips with how the REPUB 's confronted with such clear. Evidence of the corruption of the president could go along with it. I figured it had to be blackmail or a threat of force. We now have a Russian style government and this is a right of passage like the confirmation mation or Bar Mitzvah of the new autocracy in in Russia. The parliament has no power that seems to be the message bouncing around the twitter sphere. Congress isn't going to do anything about this. What comes next? It's new territory for Americans really for everyone. Because the last time a great power went down this path was before the Internet and it. It just goes on and on on on more well Instead of that let me and I have a couple of things first of all. I learned something completely a new after this vote and I'm very pleased with Chuck Schumer because not often that I learned something new from Chuck Schumer and I've met this guy. I ain't too once way back in the day and he's a creep but I learned a new word. I learned a new word. He came out after the vote of no witnesses. No documents documents heard this word to allow. They witnessed a document no witnesses no documents in an impeachment trial Perfectly I was like what perfidy perfectly. That's an oldest kind of an arcane. Cain word I kind of know what it means of course not. Disloyalty faithlessness falseness these are all synonyms of course. But it's an act or or an instance of disloyalty is the deceitful. So why not. Just say that. What's this perfidy? That was so odd toed. E-eh could be code you right so well. So there's a couple of couple of paths now that the m five M is taking it. I have a super cuts montage. We always I love doing those So the initial response from the M five. Am is if you didn't have a witness if you didn't have documents even though you have witness in his testimony and documents from the house impeachment then it's not an acquittal it may be an acquittal. But it's certainly not an exoneration. He little nappy acquitted. You cannot be acquitted. If you don't have trial the president's acquittal will be a meaningless. This can't be a real acquittal. You cannot have a true acquittal if you've not had a fair trial cannot be true acquittal. If there's not a fair trial he was acquitted but he really can't say he was exonerated getting a quick quick to get an exoneration. It's not an exoneration. We can't let it be seen as that always asterisk. It should be fair to the president who will not benefit from an acquittal or dismissal if the trial is not viewed as fair trial. And it's not a real exoneration in fact we we do have a not guilty. Finding it's going to be questioned in the absence of a fair trial. How can the American people conclude that justice was done? Yeah through the senators deliberate mode on trial or Shan. You're right the next step is convicted or acquitted. Mr President without a fair trial the value of your acquittal. Quibble will be zero zero very very little okay. So that's Shaping the message there from the M Five M interestingly interestingly over ned exclusively. MSNBC on the am joy joy reid show she brought on former spook. Melcan Nance and he just went straight to it. Which I find this this I find to be very not that a lot of people are watching? Am Joy but this guy is propagating getting something wishes. If it's the way you want to go it's fine but when you bring this kind of thing into question you make it difficult for for the whole country. Entree everything. It's just a shitty thing to do. Well I think that we are standing into a measure of danger that is going to be extremely extremely critical critical for the American republic. It's not only the Donald Trump is being given permission on the basis of what he's done in the past to go and cheat in this election action. This vote next Wednesday when he is acquitted will give the entire world permission to attack the United States. And perhaps they were awarded for it. It's just imagine next November second Tuesday of next November it may not be Russia providing political propaganda beyond beyond what they didn't twenty sixteen imagine North Korea loosing their entire global hacking network on the Democratic Party in supporting Donald Trump's reelection. It could be bad. What have we wake up the more of the nine election and we're told Vermont? How would we even deal with actual interference in the boat? I mean again a direct attack on the United States where a nation state has decided that they are going to actually act the results. What's and make it so obvious in such a way that one party the Republicans say well? That's just too bad. That's the result of the election. Donald Trump wins and the other party is left standing there blinking at a president. Who now believes he can do anything he wants in the natural national interests so of course all of our opponents in the global threat arena? That's North Korea's you said. Saudi Arabia has a very vested in interest and keeping Donald trump in his president of the United States and they use Israeli American and other subcontractors to carry out nefarious various hacking and intelligence activities. This nation is going to be under attack cyber wise. Unlike anything that we've seen before not just this information I think we may possibly finally see people. Put their hands on the thumbs of the scales of American voting machines or tally machines at the state level wherever they can and it will be sloppy. It will be so obvious that again. If there's nothing we're going to be able to do about it because one side will accept the result. Wow that's going pretty far. He's based in a former intelligence guy. Well he still under orders. He's is probably desperately right from the CIA. Nego and the idea that North Korea is GonNa Unleash Hordes of hackers. What what are they got this bullcrap? Yeah but people don't know that I mean even even the probing of ports which in m five m quickly was called thousands thousands of attacks per minute people if you ask people on the street lie witness news if you say was the two thousand sixteen election hackers. Oh yeah it'd be. The results were hacked of course. Because that's what they've heard not that they actually care that much anymore. But Ted Cruz. Senator Cruz is on podcasts. Truth always wants to come out. Although I don't think his truth is correct. But it was a his nose he no. He was being interviewed on another podcast. A podcast MEISTER. Now for he will promote he invented the pod. Yes that's correct. And he will promote his podcast but he says something else here. A lot of questions raised a lot of questions of corruption and the President I think non-aligned was justified but had a responsibility to say. Look into this and investigate that corruption. I I think that exchange was really important. Briefly president. Trump's watching tonight your message to him the Senate's GonNa follow the law. We've given both sides of fair trial. House didn't have a fair proceeding and had a one-sided partisan proceeding we let both sides present their case. We're going to apply the law and I think by the end of the weekend. The president is going to be convicted. Also mentioned mentioned two weeks ago. I launched vertically not just to get the guy asking. The question doesn't even correct him. It will listen again. All we let both sides present their case. We're going to apply the law and by the end of the weekend. The president is going to be convicted. It also two weeks ago. I launched the podcast verdict within. You can hear more information like what I just said. podcast the Stupa Ted okay. So we had that than we had had Then we had just bitter complaining. Oh Hakeem Jeffries. He was one of the house managers. And this this was actually he was I. I found this to be interesting. I think this was Friday. You know the last Q.. And A. Session or the discussion session and he is answering A question that came of course from one of the senators with slowly walked to the desk the desk to the Justice Roberts taking all the valuable airtime. The question is is the Steele dossier could that be considered foreign interference in election which considering it was Shepherded shepherded by a citizen of the UK and included comments and information from Russians arguably. Yes but Hakim jeffries argued it on the floor. The opposite way distinguished senators. Thank you for the question. The analogy is not applicable to the present situation. Because I thanks to the extent that opposition research was obtained there was opposition research that was purchased. Oh so you didn't see why miss that I love the it's not. It's not election interference if you buy the opposition research but if you just like scraping it yourself then clearly. That is interfering in election. I did get one as one thing that I wanted to play in that. QNA era yeah and this disgraceful last show and this John Roberts explaining the tiebreaker situation. Got That too yeah. That's why I was so happy that he answered that because we didn't really know it was nine which is a new piece of information there. I didn't realize the Democratic leader will state the inquiry inquiry is the chief justice aware that in the impeachment trial of President Johnson chief justice chase as presiding officer cast tie-breaking votes on both both March thirty first and April second eighteen sixty eight. I am MR leader The one concerned motion to adjourn the other concerned. Emotion into close deliberations I do not regard those isolated episodes one hundred and fifty years ago as sufficient to support a general authority to to break ties if the members of this body elected by the people and accountable to them divide equally on emotion. Normal rule is that the motion and fails. I think it would be inappropriate for me and unelected official from a different branch of government to assert the power to change that result so that the motion would succeed so fifty fifty is. AM loser loser. Yeah now I was watching this vote and I loved how worked right down to the very last votes. Will it be fifty fifty. We'll be forty one four. What's it going to be? Could they get to more I love how they killed the Mike and waited and it just. The tally stood stuck. There was beauty. That was a good dramatic moment although they I forgot the confetti because every show ends with Confetti Fountain but learn some new things. That's where is it here. Sorry about that. Now wait a minute. I'm AH pick pick. Oh yeah here. It is what they were counting on was or the Democrats were counting on Murkowski from Alaska. They thought that she would be one of those votes. Could just now. In this case it would have still been fifty fifty so would have been a loser And you know Mitt Romney being the hero that he he is devoted for the the witnesses and documents I think looking back at Murkowski I think she got. I think in an odd way although wouldn't have made a difference because it would have been fifty fifty and thus a loser although I'm sure we could have argued in had hearings about that for another month. I think it was Sarah Sarah Palin that actually helped swing this vote in the way that it did because she had she threatened Markowski that if she voted to impeach each trump or or or do anything of the like to remove him that she would run for her seat in Alaska which I think we're cow skis was actually kind of worried about. It could happen to and I think that that would probably have some Murkowski herself claimed that the reason she did is because she saw that this just a bunch of politic politicization politicization of them hold process and it was just used to embarrass the president. There was no purpose in it and so she refused to take part in that so she took cited cited the Republicans although she could have had other reasons I found the one thing that was the kind of the argument for the no witnesses that came up on a a on the republican side. One of the president's lawyers gave this little spiel which was not not one bit of it and I thought this was a pretty good argument ed because he argues here that this that the reason that we not gonna go anywhere with this is because there's nothing to it to begin with and that is not even discussed By the mainstream media so I wanted to play it so this is the argument for no witnesses. This idea that they haven't had witnesses is. That's the smokescreen screen. You've heard from a lot of witnesses. The problem with the case the problem with their position is even with all of those witnesses. It doesn't improve up an impeachable offense. The articles fail. I think it's very dangerous. If the house runs up which they did articles of impeachment quickly so quickly that they are clamoring for evidence despite the fact that they put all of this evidence forward lowered. They got their wish of an impeachment by Christmas. That was the goal. Now they want you to do the work they failed to do but as I said time and time mm again. We heard you didn't hear from witnesses. You knew here for many witnesses you Mr Ship modified that a little bit today a little bit you heard from a lot of witnesses but if we go down the road of witnesses this is not a one week process remember. I talked about the wave. The Wand and Ukraine Corruption Ukraine was gone. You're not gonNA have Witness want here where we say. Okay you got a week to do this and get it. Done is no way that would be proper under due process but you know due process is supposed to be for the person accused and they're turning it on its head. They brought the articles before you. They're the ones that rushed the case up and then held it before you could actually start the proceedings seatings. But they're the ones that passed the articles before Christmas. We talked a lot about the court system. And the fact that they were seeking witnesses and when it got close is to actually having a court proceeding may decided that they want to have that witness. Go through that preceding. They actually withdrew the subpoena to move the case out. How many constitutional challenges will we have in this body because they placed a burden on you that they wouldn't take themselves inputting their case forward if we look at our constitutional framework and our constitutional structure? That's not the way it's supposed to work. Yeah this was. It was very irritating to a lot of a lot of the senators and There's a term for it which the senator from Hawaii Maisy Hirono Oh coined when she was interviewed is president who already we know. He has very few constraints on his behavior. And there will. We'll be even fewer. You will be running around saying that. He has been exonerated. Now here's been let off the hook by the Republicans are going to vote vote for his conviction but he is not going to be set free by the the American people. I hope who get that. This was not a fair trial with no witnesses no documents total stonewalling by the president. I don't care what kind of Nice little legal constitutional defenses. They the with all bad face. Nice little I don't care what Nice little constitutional legal legal tricks take that constitutional thing. Hey Hawaii aloha Hawaii voter out. Get that woman motor out. Aloha aloha Hawaii before. We do anything else. I wanted to say happy black history month with really should be a UH Adolph's history month and you can always remember when it's black history month because it's the shortest month and one of the coldest that's the way we roll in America However something really nice happened that we're happy with the United States? Postal Service for has come up with a black heritage forever. Ever stamp of Gouin. I feel really which I think is really nice and we for all the crap get stamps gets yes. I don't think I don't well. You know it's a good question. I don't know yeah it's it's it's great. It's the typical Gwen. Eiffel Publicity. Shot headshot and it's It's a forever stamp and and we Miss Gwen in in hindsight site when this is something to learn for ourselves land was there She made it the apparently it was her because when she left it it ended a she made. Sure that the PBS news hour is objective. And it wasn't like crazy like it is now where they won't listen to anybody other side of the story. Do you have two people. People on there supposed to be debating. But they're both in total agreement on everything is really really bad so we we miss we Miss Gwen. And I'm very happy that she's honored in in this small way but I'd take it. I take a stamp when I'm dead in fact I'll take that over a plaque. GimMe a stamp perfect forever stamps. You're getting this damp and without I'd I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning you put the sea in the Caucasus of Iowa. John Morning you Mr Adam Curry in the morning to all all ship's see boots on the ground feet in the air subs in modern. All the Dame's nights out there in the morning to the trolls in the troll room to quick count. We got one thousand three hundred eighty one. It's on the upper end. A lot of trolls trolls. 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We have the the artwork and we have the opening clip than we actually look for the opening clip. I then we go for the art work. Then we go for the title and five five Biden's was it was just a good title. It very no agenda title. We tried a couple others where we'd already kind of settled on the This sound mixing panel or the the mixing module for Joe. Joe Biden clearly run by his sound guy. REVERB all the way up distortion. ALL THE WAY UP I. I didn't personally. In hindsight I think the dishonesty dial L. was was funny but I don't think Joe is really dishonest. He's just out of it so I could have been a political message that I didn't didn't think was necessarily ever probably be more accurate. It's half a notch but still dare neil nailed it and and We'd really appreciate I. There were some other ones that we looked at. I can't remember exactly what the what some of the objections were. What was he? 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Have you seen these videos if flying these drones around Wuhan now and the drones has loudspeakers on them and they the drones. Fly Up Nick five or or your head start yelling at you. If you don't wear a mask show one were fairly yellow. Some little kid who didn't know what the hell is going on. He runs runs down the street. Scared to death. Wow I have not seen these videos I did want to just jumping on what IRA producer said. Who who was it who was talking about The six hundred million dollars. Yes that was trevor from Calgary to just just clip this this morning from the rebel. Actually who is complaining about this About a new policy paper that has come out about elections in Canada and I actually The title of it is Canadian. GOVERNMENT WANTS TO REGULATE Internet media according to a Cabinet Advisory Panel. WHO released this Well Advisory Paper as to what the Canadian government should do to protect. Its citizens from horrible. Disinformation and Canada added that does have a constitutional clause about freedom of speech and free expression and free. In fact I think it expressly states. It's freedom to use all media to communicate your message which would include podcast and youtube etcetera so chopped down a bit. This is Ezra Levant from the rebel discussing cussing very interesting case in Canada. The word regulate appears fifty four times in their report fifty four. Of course it did like this. We recommend that the RTC regulate certain Internet media content undertakings. Oh really real. Of course you do let me give you an example. Who of one of their proposals in an increasingly connected society inappropriate balance should be struck between maintaining a free and open space for the exchange of ideas and information respecting and protecting individual and collective rights and freedoms and not further marginalizing Canadians from diverse? Social social locations the core of the challenges posed by harmful content is the question of the rights and responsibilities as of digital intermediaries the accuracy or appropriateness of information that is distributed on or shared via their platforms and any related related social harms. That may be caused. Hang on. I mean I know the Charter of rights. It has a section called fundamental freedoms and it says has everyone has the following fundamental freedoms granted to me as an individual freedom of speech freedom of the press freedom AFA etc.. So how are they going to going to re regulate the Internet where they want the government to decide strong financially stable and independent news sector that delivers diverse accurate trusted and reliable sources of news to Canadians through. A variety of media's essential to the health of democracy and tuning gauge citizenry is also necessary to counter the spread of of misinformation facilitated communications technologies this section focus on insuring. The Canadians have access to a wide range of accurate reliable and trusted sources of Canadian. The news they're certain they're truth. My point is who is telling the truth and who is lying and everything in between that's ours as individuals to figure out its life Trudeau. hand-picked panel wants to make determinations for you. Why using the government? That's right that's right. So that's what you're looking Matt Canada. It's just like the U K man. You don't actually have free speech and we're getting very close to being shut down here as well. Oh Yeah I mean not really shut down but you know we don't quite have the government. Well they actually do have the government saying we can't have dishonest. ADS FOR POLITICAL ADS at Kanpur can't happen as if not every politician. Every politician lies one way or the other. Let's talk about lying in a so might get into a couple of clips have been running to play. Well it'd be nice if I had the right sheet of paper taper some high moody. Go on with your next thing. Okay well here it is no. It's not easy that part. Yeah you are well. I was going to play play. Something that I I it's actually kind of related to the donation segment on our value for value models. I'll do that you know while you're looking for this. This is a a quick clip. Dr Mark Hyman. I is he on the show the doctors maybe he's definitely a TV. Show dr any any relates A story about how incredibly corrupt television is specifically when I mean it's incredibly crept in general But this one example example is interesting to me because of something that I witnessed and participated in thirty five years ago and this is about the inherent Dishonesty the of television media in this case. A health related show When it comes to sponsors advertisers or native ads not being disclosed disclosed? I can tell you a story from the past shows on the area. More the Martha Stewart show and I was on the show and worked with the producer and we were talking about getting healthy Alfie. Working out and detoxing Martha had her trainer there and the produces where we're going to have to do a bit as part of the segment on dairy and how dairy such a great sports recovery we drink noah. Yes so I was like you know. I'm just sorry to tell you. But there's all this evidence that that's not true so I downloaded all the scientific papers. There's documenting the science behind the fact that there isn't a sport strict like I know but we have to 'cause this spot is sponsored by the dairy cows and then the if you're ever on television you know that the experts don't get notes they don't get cue cards. They don't get teleprompters. They have to know their stuff in this woman. Who was the trainer to cards? That was being held up about dairy with all the bullet points of wide areas. Such a great food and sports drink. It's insidious so we think we're getting news. We're getting off to from specialists or experts and we are influenced by these. I mean the evidence is so oh clear. That industry is heavily funding science. We called science but I heard this and surprises. Nobody but but I I wanted to relate a story. That's happened me thirty five years ago with the Dutch Dairy Council. When I was doing the television show in the Netherlands I was maybe I was just twenty? I started when I was nineteen. I was just twenty and a decision was made and I wasn't really clued into it in the beginning is oh yeah you're GONNA do. This is for every interview you do. Put a glass of milk here and the guest of the guest typically had a you know a coke or a or a beer whatever a glass of wine and and and and it would just be on the table and then a certain point the producer said. Yeah could you. Could you take a drink of that too during the interview. You like. Wait a minute. So they literally wanted me to take a drink of milk. Yla Interviewing Mick Jagger Jagger's answering a question and then I take a drink of milk which they cut to me four frame and I said hey and this was still on public public broadcast television. The Vision so it was clearly not entirely legal or it was sounds illegal and what is going on here and they said would you like a new car and I said yes. That was the end of the conversation and I drank milk during interviews for two years nonstop and they. They would have no idea how much they were getting from the dairy cards. You get a car guy. Did I got A it was brand new but it was a Volvo vote for eighty S. I don't think they make it. Anymore is one of the first Volvo sports cars which yes indeed is an oxymoron. or it's a contradiction in terms at best so that you said that little car it was pretty cool so that's been going on for for decades and decades and decades and that's why would we love doing this show here because it's yeah we don't get we don't get the hookers or the free cars or nothing no we get us some. CBD's solve Alf. We get Nice Nice. Nice gifts from our producers you know spicing bumper to bumper stickers cool stuff hats. Hit some hats. Did you find what you're looking at me too. I've been kind of a just the opposite end of the spectrum. We're media so dumb. They don't even know what's real and what's not. I WANNA play a couple clips. The Sun newspaper has a doubt Liam Liam Evans. Who does these interviews with all kinds of people said Farraj and all all of these guys on there? But this is Andrew Doyle Andrew. Doyle is a comic very serious comic in on this interview. And he's the guy who does that Fake character she. What's her name is Think Miriam something some Tachi Ghana McGrath. I thinks the name. And if you are on twitter you run into this touchy on. Grou- Oh yeah. The the spoof account I got chicken spoof account and she plays she plays or he plays her and she he is a A liberal kind of a Lib Joe type and she says all these dumb stuff liberal very very entertaining to watch this. It's very entertaining to read. But here's this guy talking about brexit and some other things and these two. The second clip really applies to what you just played late. But let's play. Clip won the causes of anti-racism anti sexism anti-homophobia and to transfer all of that. kind of stuff. These are good causes. That moved aged thirty. Everyone gets on board with right so we're talking about A minority of social justice activists have so much power. That's the problem is if it would just a a few people on twitter mouthing off right. I wouldn't care about that It's a it's a minority but they seem to infected all sorts of major institutions in the country right. So they're they're in the Quentin goes the to. The government outsource all kinds of authority that they're in the law that they're in education. They're certainly there in the media Eh. One hundred percent there in the odds they totally dominate Comedy in the Arts and drama and TV so so when you have a small group of people come generally from very bourgeois back face of privileged people talking about how oppressed they are running everything. That's kind of funny so it's it's quite a good idea to to to mock that because I think that personnel. I like to punch up in comedy. There's all this stuff about punching up and Pongy NAM right. I liked punch up. I like I to to attack Those in power and I. This is the way the debate lies is the the the the people don't like what I will say that I punched down minority groups groups even though minority groups are never the target right. So that's just kind of a basic misinterpretation quite common one But I'm sort of attacking those who patronize the minority groups though to who wants to try and engineer society and they're in the way that they want those who have a comple- a complete intolerance to any kind of dissent. Any kind of tentative viewpoint Any even even told basic discussion of principle that he's talking about there's how the social justice words taken over everything which is what we are show gets. Attention is because we're not part of that group but they run the media. They run this. There's John Legend. Well it's not just John Legend it's sleeping giants it's It's the cancel culture and it's very frightening for big brands hands in particular because they don't quite know exactly if the tweet storm or wherever it's going to I think typically as on twitter because that's part of the mainstream media machine really it's quoted the most and the journalists are all on there so what you can still go look at Fox News you can look at Tucker Carlson. He's still running mypillow DOT COM ads. And if it's amazing that he's on the he maybe he took a pay cut or something because they are not making the money they need to make and that's purely only because none of the pharmaceuticals. None of the other. Big brands want to advertise on his show. Because all they get is the tweet storm of people saying. Oh you're evil you you must be Nazis and big brands walk away from it is the almo. It is an fortuitous addition to my statement that you can't monetize the network for this very reason for cancel. Culture will doesn't happen to us so this guy who is a character decided to write an op. Ed in Senate into the I think at the Telegraph for the express beautiful under a pseudonym of course under a pseudonym and it was just it was about how comics should be. There should be special laws against hate speech in Comedy Club and apparently they took it hook line and sinker and other people started writing about this in agreement. It's already already in Prime Minister Question Time. I'm sure Nancy. So here's this part. This is very funny. If you listen to the details now you wrote a fantastic all the independent That was completely out there and they published it under you wrote. You submitted it under your name. Can you talk about that and why you think so. Many the people for Tony McGrath being real. So you're talking about an article by Liam Evans. which is the Yes so so Liam Evans submitted an Article Liam Evans doesn't exist And it was obviously a hoax. So clearly oaks. What what not was saying was that COMEDIANS need to be subject hate speech laws and he gave a couple of examples and said you know basically the police ought to get involved now. This is this is such a kind of mattingly mattingly authoritarian stance. If I were working at the independent I look at that and think. Well this is not real. This is this is made up this. Is someone trying to help us. But they published it because they agreed with the sentiment right. That's what it exposed. It also exposed the kind of the I suppose the lack of any kind of background brand check. This was a complete unknown someone with no online presence with school thinking skills and all is is they wanted to push awoke agenda Right And it's just it's just in the article which is still online. If you take the fourth letter of every sentence it spells out to Tanya. McGrath wrote this you gullible hacks. And I'm not suggesting they should've spot but the article was so obviously Made up and of course the the point of this I mean I know some people accused. Ah suggested that what the point of this was to try. And suggest that this is widespread view This widespread sort of intolerance to comedy and this widespread so puritanism when it comes to comedy There is I. Don't think it says widespread as people think but it's there but actually the talk about Saturday was the media was the woke comedia- who who absolutely it will just go along with absolutely anything with no thought just so blindly push an agenda and so so it worked but I mean it's ludicrous. It's totally stupid and saying that ever since then there's been a few hours even worse. Yeah Yeah where does this come from. How did this happen will? This is what we're trying to figure out and I. We actually talked about this when we talk about about this. Just bracing the show. We talked that word discount from its in the educational system in one of the things we kind of both identified. In fact you kind of just proven the point That all this stuff goes way back. You had that thirty year old adage showed about the milk but it. I'm starting to think that you know came about. With the security state state after World War Two it started with the takeover of the education by the woke yes at the education system and I think a lot of it has to do with television. An Ah yes baby would even take place if there weren't these screens with the time to remind everybody that when I was a kid and I get to say that now with my double nickels else when I was a kid we were limited to how much TV we could watch and it was. Don't sit too close. Don't watch too much it's going to rot your brain. This was is a C.. And I'm sure that was propagated by the book industry or whatever it was called. I don't need the book industry needed to do that. It was called the boob tube to and You know these days you see kids in the stroller on ipads you know doc. Newspapers did nothing about this. They couldn't compete. You talk about the death of the newspapers that used to be competitive but then they didn't. TV New started taking. They're stealing their lunch and now they blame the Internet but the Internet is not the problem. The Internet is just television network form and and in a hard to monetize form which makes it that much more interesting and so you have a You have this This situation where the entire higher public has become stupefy but to the extent that it is. We're just what we're talking about. Is it really any worse with the idiots at the independent printing. This guy's body where I made a mistake by Liam Evans was. The interview is not the case. It was the big name for this for this article. If the independent so stupid as to run this fake hoax Jonathan Swift kind of essay. Just without even doing any research. You're checking at our even thinking that as phony or a fake. I'm not convinced this wouldn't have happened forty years ago. It's kind of explains why this was in my clip. been and I brought it to the show and thinking have how does this relate to anything and it kind of relates to this the education system so we I'm sure you've seen the old Soviet spy guy. We've played clips from on Youtube. which his odd this we attacked America? We attack the West through the educational system we brought in all these Marxist Leninist Thinking and to I don't know oh how this wound up in my Clinton but it's two minutes I'll play it for you. Play that when you what you just said just as a reminder earlier in the show. He pointed out the stupidity of Harvard. Hiring these spy from China yes I mean. It's very easy for the educational assistant to be corrupted. Do you remember the highest levels. The McMichael Haney Report mcelwain. A thing was how to pronounce it. mcelhinney reported on TV in unlike the problem. Mead too late nineties I want to say and earlier could have been some of the references in this Go Go. Don't go back that far. Not From Two thousand eleven the upload dates I was trying to source a date for it but this is the title of this was the Perestroika a strike a deception and it kind of explains in a odd way the Yeah the the Guy I'm talking with. KGB defector defector. Yuri Benjamin off. Thank you troll room. That's that's the guy who warned America that The the Soviet Union not Russia the Soviet Union had set us up for this You know hollowing out the West from From within through the educational system so this is just an introduction and I encourage everyone to watch this. It's a whole hour our. It's this is just two minutes of the introduction of the Perestroika deception which I believe is the fourth book that this particular author who's being interviewed put Out and let's just see if it pertains I think it does. I think it connects to this. Welcome to the mcelhinney report. I'm bill mcelhinney on this show. We cover current issues of the day but always. He's from a viewpoint or perspective rarely aired by the mass media. We hope you'll find it interesting. Since one thousand nine hundred nine. The world has been told that the Soviet Union collapsed and that except for several countries communism is dead and the US won the Cold War the truth. The reality is quite the reverse everything thing we have witnessed since one thousand nine hundred nine has been a massive and successful multi decade long deception strategy on the part of the KGB EH. The Soviet secret police the goal to deceive the West in achieve the goal of Leninist strategy totalitarian world government or international no police state we know this from the evidence provided by Anatoly deletes and the most important defector from the KGB who came to America in nineteen and sixty one in one thousand nine hundred. He wrote a book new lies for old that was published in one thousand nine hundred eighty four which described the disinformation strategy and made specific acidic predictions as to what the KGB KGB would do in subsequent years such as removing the Berlin Wall changing the name of the KGB HEB itself and other structures in the Soviet hierarchy and also the role to be played by Mikhail Gorbachev an independent analysis of these predictions years. Later showed that over ninety four percent of them came true by nineteen ninety one and since. Then that's how we know Gullikson was telling the truth Sapan quite correct. I guess today who first appeared on the show in nineteen ninety five is uniquely qualified to expose this conspiratorial strategy based in London. He publishes ten newsletters and reviews on economic financial and political intelligence including Soviet analysts. These invaluable title periodicals incorporate the Understanding Post Nineteen eighty-nine events provided by Anatoly Galitsin. He's publicly since Second Book Perestroika Deception He's also published Joseph Douglas's red cocaine on the Soviet strategy of using drugs to sabotage the west and he's published a very important both the European Union collective on the regional world government now in place over both Europe and Britain and so it was an totally Galitsin which is a different guy but he was also KGB defector and a couple of take away from this because if you watch that whole interview. It's clear that there were definitely leninist-marxist leninist-marxist messaging pumped into the Western school system in particular the United States But also when you listen I mean I was in in the Soviet Union in nineteen eighty nine just before David Hasselhoff personally brought the wall down a lot of politicians who are still in Congress today. Today I'm looking at the seventy eight year olds. They probably have this this in their head. You know that this and I can't really blame. Blame them for to a degree. This is nothing different. This is still they changed the name of the KGB to the F. B. Thought. Yeah yeah well I mean I always thought that guy was kind of an alarmist but as we witness more and more and more especially what's going on now with his latest group the the ad the millennials and the Z's tumors They're very susceptible to this. Seems like they got it from the beginning to get on the media to get it on. TV they get it from. The News quotes anything that supports the defense things. They've been taught to subject to authority. Don't question question authority. It's it's on the news they don't you're right they don't and we talked about this. A couple of things I've noticed is a new phenomenon. I've run into a and we had a discussion about this at the table and it it goes dust and I. I don't even notice recently so I'm in line at a one of a whole foods or one of these types of places and I've got a cart full of stuff and there's somebody behind me a millennial almost always oh and the millennial has like one item did last most recent example which triggered the thinking. 'cause I starting to see a pattern. She had one pint of ice cream. I had a cart full of stuff rice. Said you WANNA go ahead and I gave her the motion to go ahead Adamy in line because there's no reason she should wait for metering all the stuff which he's got one crappy pint of ice cream all she's got a melting in her hand No no thanks no thanks I can wait. Wait wait a minute wait a minute is were you wearing your your crocs. Because she might have just been afraid of you want me to do continue. Continuous news come on just one joke. I've never had crocs so so so so then I finally get get to the part of the line where I'm just about to put myself into thinking. I offered her a second time. Would you like to go ahead and right now is the moment you know you can just jump jumping from me a ring it up. You'll be out of here. No no no no thanks no thanks. She felt it's happened to me more than once and so I brought it up at the existing pretty pretty screwy because I'm not the type of person to say no and somebody I thank thank thank you thank you very much. Yeah thank you and I going front and so the two theories came out of the table. One was that millennials don't like to have any interaction with anybody and so this is nerve wracking. It's nerve racking to deal with this kind of situation which is urine line where you belong. Yeah and you're not you're not getting off concern the other one which was more disturbing. I didn't completely by this when the NRA was well yet. They're deferring because I'm old old and they're just being super polite. What the hell does that well first of all? You don't look Super Old. So what does that to be less likely buying that emerson buying it for sure when we were kids. We definitely Lee scoffed at old man. We just yell at them and we were assholes. Of course I. There was a time in my youth. That man he he was very mean so well that does seem like not so much Soviet Union stuff but Leninist perhaps much very you know. No you do your your order I. This is my position. I'm GonNa stay here and then move up as I'm supposed to when I'm supposed to since we're doing find it to be very peculiar will do and I would like to hear from others out there. This is part of my collection of millennialism. 's I would like to hear from others others out there who have some similar experiences because we noticed as we did have. There's about four or five years ago on the show at first started discussing millennials and we noticed as one phenomenon on is that they they don't know how to deal with the line cutter right offering tax cuts in line. They don't say anything they look at each other. They disgraced their heads. They don't know what to do. It takes a boomer or even a Gen xer to tell the guy. Hey Hey buddy. The line is right right right right so along similar lines. We're doing old stuff. A documentary from nineteen seventy eight. This is how far are back. We document the pet explosion. Most people don't know it but we're in the middle of a pet explosion throughout not only the United States but throughout the world and this is brought about from the new pattern that has emerged in the last ten fifteen years in the family life. I would say that the pill is probably probably largely more responsible for the pet explosion than any other single factor. This is a surprise to a lot of people that I don't understand the business and haven't done any background work but it's very simple. The old style was for the husband to earn lavine another state at home today. We have a different pattern today. The husband and wife both work and they want to prepare themselves in the home and some of the things that they'd like to have before they start family. Well this is just fine from a planning standpoint. But Nature can't be put aside saw so on the mother comes home she has to have something to fund them something the mother in law. She'll have a pet. The rest of it in the normal pattern would be that The grandparents would have children grandchildren to take care of fondling and to help too rare and this would satisfy their need for love and giving a blob and receiving the one that's been set aside for five six seven or eight years. What did they do they get a pet? Ah We're talking about both sides of the family. We're not talking about just what now we have a three way explosive. three-way pet explosion. This is not new. It's been building for a long time. Yeah all part of the similar sociological phenomenon. That began yeah at at some point during the Soviet era not that that specific had something to do with it. But we take television. You take these the infiltration nation of the schools. You take medical breakthroughs like the pill was very of course was a true revolution. Okay well what else can we tell you about this. Well saying well All Start and this. Oh fold nicely into your Weinstein Update. This is Epstein Update Cindy McCain. who was the widow of John McCain was on a panel and this is a clip from an almost a week ago? But now I get to play it. And here's what she had to say about Epstein the perception. A lot of between a lot of young people is that there is an untouchable ring of governmental and economic leads in this country that not only benefit like she mentioned but actively participate in sex trafficking. The Jeffrey Epstein was an example. Robert Kraft was arrested. Not far from here on on on trafficking charges are are these power our players a priority for us right now and we even touch them or is the pipe dream that we need to address in the future. Somehow now. It's like everything you now. We have hides in plain sight Epstein was hiding in plain sight. We all knew about him. We all knew what he was doing. No one no. What what? We all knew everybody knew. We all knew you kept quiet. I find this horri- get clipped by the way I'll have to go back and look as I said I had a week ago. It someplace this Guy Foolish Shit for one thing. He says that Robert Kraft now of course on trafficking. Of course he's fully. She was arrested for soliciting a prostitute. But that's not trafficking. God is who cares the care because I think they're they're gonNA. This is another one. That's examples apples or they start to twitter. Oh sure well what else is New York. Your solicit a prostitute. Now you're involved in sex trafficking somehow and we all knew about it now. It's like everything we hides in Plain Sight Epstein was hiding in plain sight. We all knew about him. We all knew what he was doing but we had no one that was no Legal aspects that would go after him they were afraid of and the wife of a united United States. Senator says here rope. The one would do anything. They'll go after for whatever reason they were afraid of them also offs whatever reason they were what do you think Cindy and someone said B. S.. We're not afraid of you anymore. What you're doing is not wrong? It's illegal it's as you know all those things. It's it's like a house of cards now it's GonNa Start Tumbling way me and these guys if they don't leave the country number one they're we're going to get caught and they're gonNA end and they will they get caught but they're going to be made examples of and that's exactly what we should be doing with these guys especially in my opinion if I know there's questions but S. She's a chicken chip for doing what he should have faced the music that one I really miss McCain really you're the wife sitting. US senator now the epsteins a chicken shit. We all knew everybody. Every I'll know don't let this. That's disgusting that's disgusting. Disgusting Medicine Says Disgusting. I'm about the plays. Truly sickeningly discussed is disgusting on a on a visceral level so this is a testament this from court. TV and they what they do is they court. TV is available on Pluto. Oh good yeah just fourteen. It's also online. You can get it online but court TV and then you get to see this one of the most. You're GonNa see you WANNA see a rising starve. She wants to stay with it. There's woman that they have one of the correspondents she goes to the cases you reports back. They have about three or four really good looking ladies but this one is just is the one you can just see. She's going to Fox Galati -gree this five eight of caps. You got all these key key characteristics Miss Arkansas. From some year I think ten ten years ago. She's Miss Arkansas. Her name is she's got faked like a stage name already or strippers name. One of the two Shanley Channels Hanley painter and you just look at her. Oh my God. She's she's going to be making lots of money on Fox If they have a clue she's a Brunette though now this is what they do on court. TV now is they got. They're following the Weinstein case very closely and they grabbed the by the by the transcript immediately day after the the testimonies get them from the court recorders and then they reenact the testimony with some actors that do a pretty good job of of taking. You think that you're hearing testimonies even though this is it just audio or do they do. They reenact the hold the autism others good. That's cool and so here's ears. I flipped it clipped a few things out of this about two minutes. I clipped a few things that because it would have been too long because there's a lot of lot of interruptions take out of the court. The judge they're bitching and moaning and but stuff in here. That is truly disgusting. Describe what was happening to you and what your interaction with him was objection foundation judge overruled. He would talk very dirty to me. Objection overruled fantasies and Dan Things and compare me to other actresses that he said were doing Kinky kinky thirty things with him judge. Can we approach overrule. The I always wanted to fill me objection. Did you ever give him permission to do that. I never gave him permission. Question and answer stands next question. What became what the relationship described the relationship for the jury? It would be basically him wanting to see me and just needing fix like a drug got it going on here. He say to you first of all holy crap this is. This should be a podcast court. TV's he's doing but this is podcast material right here. This is really good. We return and just needing a fix like drag such actions Dane. What's going on here? Here what would he say to you. What would he do with you? What would you say to him? What would you do with him he would say? Do you like my the big shot. Jewish jetson objection judge. May we approach. Okay the feud step down there for a moment judge. I'm asking those answers I answer be stricken and the prosecutor directed to move on request denied next question Ms Man. Can you describe the jury the defendants physicality physicality the first time I saw him fully naked dejection on relative. I thought objection overrule. I thought he was was deformed and intersex objection he has an extreme scarring that I didn't know if maybe he was a burn victim but it would make sense. Objection overrules does not have testicles and it appears like he has a vagina objection. Overruled does the defendant also have a penis objection leading. He does have a penis. Did you engage in non forcible sexual situations with the defendant. I engaged in non-forcible. Oral Sex. Defendant did you desire him sexually objection. She just testified. She entered rule. No Aw why did you continue to have a relationship with him. There is a lot of layers to that question. Okay next question. While you were in this situation with the defendant. What were you feeling towards him? I saw him the way I saw. My father objection overruled next question. In what way my dad had a similar ing objection ruled move on. Did the defendant at times display anger to you objection foundation. Yes and what would he in. What circumstances would display anger towards you? If you heard the word no it was like a trigger objection. Akshay ruled objection. Also he also appeared on me one objection foundation overruled. He would uh-huh it was it was like being discarded after I served my purpose objection sustained that. I think this is fantastic. I do have a follow up on this though regarding the state of his sexual organs as I by the way. Because it's so disgusting you only get a borderline but you do get because it really brings brings the quality of all clipper the days down to just like gutter level. So I do that when I made the client this was a questionable clipped. Even play on this show. Here's here's the part that show good. Here's the part that may blow your mind. So I read through the transcript of the description of his sexual sexual organs so which didn't really come out that well in this particular Audio a UH reenactment. But he has it. Looks like so should look like it was intersex and like he had no testicles and like stuff was inverted. Isn't that kind of what what she said. Yeah this may be a typical case of a Hemi penis which is one of a pair of intermittent mytton Oregon's Hepi penises are usually held inverted within the body and are averted for reproduction via erectile tissue. Much like that of a normal human penis. They come in a variety of shapes depending on species in particular intermittent organs of male squaw. I made such as snakes. Lizards and worm lizards. Think Weinstein's Lizard Muscle possibilities a man. He said that he probably has crypto Chisholm. which is a do or people I think is a or undescended balls? I'm going with listen. I'm going with reptiles lizards probably better more for purposes of our show. Feels better to say. Also there's two other things. I didn't get that clip because they didn't get to clip and unfortunately I couldn't find clip of the analysis but he also smells like poop which is a really want to be an actor. Pretty bad tri methyl trimethyl Lamb Nuria which is a particular thing that makes you smell like poop all the time it's an actual. Looks like he smells poop. John just look at the man he smells like poop and he also apparently is back which is really really disgusting. I don't even want to bring this up. Go go is just covered with huge black heads. Oh my God they really really. Can we get any worse. I don't know how to I gotTA transition. I I gotta get about this get out. I'm going to show login. Who Do and there's a reason why you don't hear this kind of stuff on the M fi them? There's no way you imagine the dairy council I have a problem with the the segment. 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Nailed nailed it. Let me compare to the Bloomberg. I'm Mike Bloomberg and I approve this message and I think he might Bloomberg approving. Our message is better. I like it. let's go to two thousand eight and I thought this was interesting. They don't do this as much anymore. This was democracy now when aimee was a little more on the ball and this was a report on the two thousand eight presidential candidates. This is the time it was wide open for both both parties. And so what they were doing here was analyzing the advisers and it's the same people in fact this kind of disgustingly gusting Lee. So the same people that were advising these candidates back in two thousand eight as you're getting today you know twelve years later and let's the rundown is quite fascinating to me. Thousands of reporters also descended on Iowa this week covering everything from Mike Huckabee's haircut to John Edwards rally singer John Mellencamp but little attention has been paid to perhaps one of the most important aspects of the candidates their advisers the men and women who likely likely formed the backbone of the candidates future cabinet if elected president many of the names will be familiar advisors to Hillary Rodham Clinton include many former our top officials and President Clinton's administration former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright former national security adviser Samuel Berger former UN ambassador. Richard Richard Holbrooke Senator Barack Obama's list includes President Carter's national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski former counter terrorism. Czar Richard Clarke former middle Italy's negotiator Dennis. Ross Rudolph Giuliani's advisors include. Norman Putt Haaretz. One of the fathers of the neoconservative movement John McCain's list of official informal policy advisors include former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger General. Colin Powell William Kristol of the weekly standard former CIA director. James Woolsey also Mitt. Romney's top advisors as Cofer Black. The former CIA official now serves as vice chair of Blackwater worldwide vice-president. Dick Cheney's daughter. Elizabeth is advising Fred Thompson. As for my custody it's not clear in December Huckabee listed former. UN Ambassador. John Bolton enlist someone with whom he either has quote spoken or will continue to speak but Bolton then revealed the two it never spoken Huckabee. Also named Richard Alan but the former national security purity adviser also admitted he'd never spoken to Huckabee the name that came up in there as Cofer Black. Cia Guy who's a kind of a nut in Annette Hayden Rodriguez cult torturers. And it's interesting. Because he's on the board of Barack Obama. Yes the Romney Adviser of course chump buddy pointed out. Well here's something that's interesting. You Know Romney this. This is nonsense. This guy I've seen interviews of and you don't see him he's a very low profile guy he does come on shows like completely out of touch but he's not the Kinda the guy that I mean probably did Romney a favor to even be on his Advisors there's no connect Dubuque Romney connection to charisma's is not. This is weak very weak. You know what I'm surprised by that. Neither of us in less missing. It have any clip about brexit. I mean I watched watched the final hour countdown clip they projected the countdown on the white cliffs of Dover which looked pretty crappy and then also on in ten Downing Street and it was like bring the bells ringing the bells. We have big. Ben Is under construction. So they couldn't do that. I don't understand why they put some high high-powered high-powered speakers up there. They had the bell ringing and then they had big bend superimposed on ten Downing Street's or kind of looked like Big Ben was was ringing and the and big bet one of the faces was exposed but it was really to me it was very anticlimactic because all people were talking about and and I watched the final hour on sky through Pluto. TV It's all about well what's going to happen tomorrow and it was like nothing exactly exactly the same. Nothing changes now now. The clock starts eleven months to figure out how to actually brexit's what happened here is because everyone's getting so oh fed up with it to okay. We'll just sign the paper that we're going to do it. But here's this little addendum. That says bitching moaning been doing for three and a half years. That's just going to continue. Continue for the next ten months. And by December twenty third they have of twenty twenty they have to have the agreement in place for immigration for for trade. And everything for everything pretty much. This is which is a really haven't left. No they've really paying in fact worse series. They they they. They still have to pay their dues. They still have to run under European Union rule and law except now they don't have anyone representing the representations of fraud. Anyway the funny I think it just got worse for him. I don't think the c Howard our got better. Well I don't see a change. I don't think it changed one way or the other. Yeah the changes. They're celebrating me if there if you went. went to the Soccer stadiums where people got to see a big image of the flag being taken out of the e use councils meet with the hallways. They all jumped up for joy but the media is not gonNA show any of that stuff because as far as they're concerned this is a bad idea now. I did get one. Clip that Ah which is this guy is Kinda runs. A news side of online new SEP is very interesting. Is Brandon Brandon Brendan O'Neill he was also interviewed by The Sun interviewer and he gave a little history of Brexit. That reminds us. What real reason that they did this even happen in the first place in something that is kind of seems seems to be lost in the shuffle? Is that the Brits really lost their sovereignty in this deal and they're just regained other kind of flat footed and I'm reminded minded the time that you were living. There were refers started. Doing this show. You were talking about how depressing everything was because all you ever was drunk and I think a lot of this was aw plan because once you lose your sovereignty and you'd have everybody else telling you what to do. I think it causes these sorts of problems with the with the society to no. Obviously I'm sorry. Just play this clip obsolete fascinating about not vote and I think you hit on the point there is. It was the first time we were ever consulted on this. Since in two thousand nine hundred seventy five and all the way back in nineteen seventy five. Voters probably didn't think that the EU would adapt to what it is today. Can you talk about the kind of liars. Some people would put it that they were sold in nineteen seventy five and how the EU continue to adopt. Continue to centralize power more and more away from those who used ordinary voters and how the British people were never consultant. Not even once not even one treaty had a referendum in Britain. That's right absolutely right. You know the EEC was understood it to be an economic relationship We were told that it would be beneficial to the UK if we had this economic relationship with this a block of countries a fairly small block of countries back then in Europe and it was understood by most people who then eventually voted in the referendum. That came in seventy five. It was understood that it was a fairly narrow relationship. It was going to be economically likely based it wouldn't have a grave impact on Britain as a sovereign nation. That's that's why we were told and people accept it. And for good reason I didn't think people were hoodwinked or brainwash they people way things up and said okay. If it's just going to be about economic partnership is just going to be about trading trading and so on and economic standards. We can live with that. Let's give it a whirl. Of course what happens then. Through the eighty s and right through to the ninety s and then on woods from then it becomes the European Union it becomes much more political body becomes the body that has a very significant say over the laws rules that we live by over the ability of us to control our borders over the free movement of people goods the free movement of services across the continent or across the European Union becomes much more powerful becomes much more political becomes much clearer that this is a body that significantly Louis has a detrimental impact on our sovereign rights. Is going to be very interesting to see how this goes. I mean once again necks is it has been rekindled. Fr- exit is on deck. You know this is A. It's just talk of course just talk But now we have to see how it actually works and unfortunately fortunately just going to be at least another year until we figure out what's really going to happen and in the meantime I think it's going to be pretty bad for the U K I. I can't I think it's just my feeling cam back it up other than teams like you're kind of Like a lame duck position. You can't do anything. And and and unfortunately the going what everyone wanted was not to hear about brexit anymore. Now they're going to hear about it. Continuously it's not GonNa Stop Lucie. Ott going not Guy Kinda guy off the grid in complete without power. Step away from the tracking Steph away from commercialism that is Pretty much going to ruin your life and a good example was a week ago. This is so great One of our producers gave us a log into Google classroom and apparently a lot of schools have adopted. Opted this for a long time. Apple had newest putting Max into schools. And then the chromebook came out and Google. Just you know carpet bombed bombed K.. One through twelve and Include us if you but of course if you want the the chromebooks and you have to use Google classroom a to manage and track your students do you ever. Did you ever log into that John. Did you ever log into. I didn't okay I it's great because of course there's no students in our in our classroom. The system speaks for itself and Google docs including Google classroom. Went down last week for several hours and people were didn't know what to do any classes had to stop. They had to stop teaching. The class had to stop because they couldn't do anything. They could not log in look at assignments. Even look at the curriculum. I guess and people were trying to do term papers. Here's a hint for you. Stop that Ah just use note pad for all I care anything you rely on this. You're GONNA get burned and this is just once it's going to be. It's going to happen more and more and more which brings us to a note from Mike Producer Mike which is similar situation which is another thing that we warn against cash Asha emergency and most of BC happened. You know there's a huge flood going on a five dollar. Canada fiber optic line has been severed due to a washout of the rail line near spas them places. We have people there. We have spas mors might be global warming coming or it could be winter weather in Canada. How about Russia or Russia Putin Putin beiber optic line parallels rail lines in most most of Canada pandemonium ensues as people have no money and no access to cash happily and no agenda producers always prepared? Thanks thanks Boise. I love hearing that. I love that. That's right you're AT&T ATM's work. That's right you got no cash becomes a little difficult certain point you're going to be hungry urging choice del work. This story came a desperate to talk to to talk about this one. Although it's only part of the story about the Ring Doorbell Engineer coin from wing to be shut down immediately. He says citing privacy concerns. The engineer published a post on medium saying quote the privacy issues are not fixable with regulation and there is no balance that can be struck. Ring should be shut down immediately now. By the way I found this report interesting thing is why pulled this one from the original money honey. Maria Barreda Romo. This is on Fox business news. This was not a post on medium. It was a comment in on a whole different post. It was a very short. You know like one paragraph saying exactly what she recited but she kind of makes it out to sound like it's it should be because it is a big deal but it was interesting that she pulled this out. I don't know if that was a stock manipulation thing or kind of you know hyping it up up a little bit for the market. Who loves to hear news about Amazon but factually it was not a post on Amazon on medium? It was a an anonymous comments. Tom Brought back. This is of course the company that you could somebody rings your doorbell and you can deal with it from your phone but it has opened the can of worms arms on privacy. Where is this video going? Are they giving the ring video. Co. shows up your door to local police and others. I mean this. There's a few the privacy issues here and there's a lot of complicated issues here. I mean one of the issues. Of course we've seen people taking hackers getting access. The People's accounts and part of that is the person themselves has to be responsible use difficult password. Don't make it easy to guess. But you're right we have to know what are the what do they have deals with law enforcement. What are they going to do? If if law enforcement requests that and we've we've seen those issues already with phones. So there's some precedent precedent for what they might do if somebody shows up at your door and that person is questionable from the local polices standpoint. And how does that implicate you it just it just opens the door to all these questions about who shows up at your doorstep Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Shut up what is more egregious about the ring doorbell system as reported and of course this was this didn't get any traction because of impeachment and Orangemen bad everything The Electronic Frontier Frontier Foundation. Who get a lot of money from Google to stay alive? But I do like what they do in general They didn't investigation of the the APP. That comes with the Ring Doorbell which you manage your entire system and guess what. It's packed with on reading from their report. Packed with third-party tracker sending out a plethora of customers personally identifiable information four main analytics and marketing companies were discovered to be receiving information such as names private. Ip Addresses Mobile Network carriers persistent identifier sensor data on the devices. And by the way you're paying paying customer and they're still selling your ass to other third party marketers and as the F. F. correctly points out the danger injuring sending even small bits of information that analytics and tracking companies are able to combine these bits together to form a unique picture of the user's device and in their life. Turn that stuff off and it's despicable that Amazon. You pay for this. It's just like skype. If I look at skype right now I pay for skype. I got an ad at the bottom of skype now and I pay I pay for the service in the problem. Problem is there's so many a lot of these applications like you're listening to the Amazon show and tell the The Alexa show and tell we're can identify the product. These are very these fantastic developments. I I wish I could use them. I love having the ability to use voice to have things turn on and off. And it's it's handy for many things but because of the business model you've rendered it useless for people have a brain. It's too bad. Glad because a lot of the stuff is really cool technology and I like it but no you cannot use it because this and this is I mean if people actually. We knew this that what Amazon is doing. They they probably think twice. And you're putting these things in your kid's bedroom anyway. Live the Otiji lifestyle. Everybody give give your kid a new a megaphone or something if he needs some Doan G. O.. T. G. it's very OJI Otiji. Exactly that's all. I got doc for that for this segment for now. Okay main things just need to get those out otherwise they pass by and no talks about it and then Oh yeah no actually I do have an housed housed clip. Very proud of what's going on in Austin. You'll recall that the governor of Texas Abbott got into into a a twitter war. A tweet up with the mayor of Austin was his name again anyway. The Adler about the you know the the house. 'cause I'm not going to say they're poor homeless people there many of them that aggressive window Washer squeegee dudes. It's not just people who don't have a house or a home in fact Abbott repurpose a lot. Not far from we. We are in Southeast Austin. I have not now. I'm going to go again and try and find that it couldn't find it the first time which would be for the house to go and that something magical has happened. They've started to build a little community. This once mostly Empty Lot in East Austin has become home to more than one hundred people without another place to go. We'll give everybody a chance. We don't judge you your history that you have cats once referred to as camp at it because the governor opened the state on land the to the homeless population people here are now calling it something else cam. Frat responsible adult tradition town or the homeless run by the as like every town camp rat now has its own list of leaders while we have donations and volunteer recruiters. We have a maintenance engine L. Labor recruiters. We have the web designer. We have the web the media outreach. We have security. And then we have a charter. Worksites donation Kerrie Roberts. The secretary schedules town meetings each week. The seven person committee nominated by those at the camp has held two of those so far. It's important because we actually have a voice. We actually have a hand that we are actually putting forth to actually make our lives a little bit better. Changing the perception of the homeless community is important to those living at the camp because we wanted to show people that were not just criminals drug addicts slobs off the street that we actually just anybody else's comedic we just about how right now. The committee is focused on finding food donations. So they don't always have to rely on provided maris providing hot showers instead instead of the makeshift stalls and water hose currently using organizing events to help out others in the Greater Austin community and maybe most importantly giving newcomers a point of contact so they don't feel alone w lead Martha laws leave you alone for being under a bridge come out here it's safe. There's not really early anybody here. We're all family count. I really liked this development and I'm going to go over that I'm going to bring food this. This is this shows that they can work when you allow people to build be a part of a community and build a community. Give them some basic blocks to do that. That which is literally all they got and saw there are some protection. I think they do have Police you know making sure that things will get out of hand but they're creating their own community and I think this is great and Avella get started in Brazil. I'm not saying we won't have that but at least it's a community and they're trying to do something else other than you know. We got to tens of millions of dollars being spent on bullcrap. The does does nothing. Give the tens of millions of dollars in direct payments to these guys that would probably help possibly but That is not everybody in that group. Five thousand bucks each table. That's how it works should reparations. Lindsay said reparations for being homeless sorry affiliates. If you're waiting we're way over but time flies when you're having fun and talking about Harvey's privates coming up next on NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com random thoughts about the bezos hack. Stay tuned for that the agenda stream dot com and I have A lot of Kung Fu mixes end of show We need to thank net. Jeffrey Johnny Benson and Dustin Jones and we return on Thursday with another thrilling edition of the no agenda. 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