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"kevin matthews" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show
"And has been featured in numerous publications including the wall street journal. New york times forbes. Black enterprise and more. Kevin holds a bachelor's degree in from hampton university and certificate in financial planning from northwestern university. And we've been connected in a blog fear for quite a while now so. I'm super excited to have you on the show. Yes thank you for having me. I'm so excited because you have been an og in the personal finance phase. I think he's trying to blog in twenty ten correct. I did i feel so accomplished for every stuck with for so long seriously. That is longer than most people's relationships about it. That's like that's like a marriage that's commitment and you know they say most people quit blogging. After six months and i totally understand why. It's a lot of work to to manage a blog. So congratulations on that. And i'm super excited that it connected us several years ago all the way back i think in maybe twenty fifteen two thousand sixteen and glad that you're still on my radar and i know that you have done so much in the past few years and you've learned so much some super excited to share your knowledge with the mental health and well audience and with a one to kind of start on your history. You know you were born in tulsa. Which i know holds a very special significance when it comes to race and money in particular. Can you share a bit more about the tulsa race massacre on it for my listeners. Who may not know yeah definitely. I'll give a brief of it. I'm writing a book on it. So like i can go for days really nice. Yeah yeah so. There's a lot of interesting historical context and that happened but for brief overview. So this this year. This may and may june technically was the one hundredth commemoration of what happened in black wall street and in nineteen one was called the the greenwood district. It was one of the wealthiest communities with these black communities in all the country. And at the time i mean tulsa had five black owned hotels thirty one restaurants to movie theaters. Twenty four grocery stores and on may thirtieth nineteen twenty. One was actually memorial day. A man named dick rowland. Who was shoeshiner. Went into town and into alabama and tripped over the elevator operator. He's a white lady named sarah page. She screamed and word got out that he may have a sexually assaulted her are tacked on elevated which was not true so once they hit the newspapers he was arrested..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"I, have a great excuse I've got that math. I can't golf. Golf dead I certainly can't golf now. Oh my Gosh! Well, it is so great to hear your voice so great to catch. I wanted to tell. I WanNa tell our listeners that you if you have not checked out Kevin's book broken married, you have to check it out. It is a story of faith, and it is really phenomenal A of. You guys may not know and it's. It's very uplifting and. Proud, of you for writing that yeah. I love that book. That's a great. Also love about that book. It takes you really behind the scenes of radio. My stand up comedy and the Miracle We called Burn Mary and Yeah I'm I'm really really happy with that There's some folks that are working on documentary on that right now as they speak, so yeah, everything's good, you know. Knock on wood. I would love to see the World Kinda get along and stop fighting and. Your ground go to corner exactly. Where can fans catch up with you on social media? No I've been banned from everything You can. Kevin Matthews at my facebook. Oh it's actually if you go to facebook the official Fan and Kevin Matthews you know we. We stay in touch and then next year I. Really do want to watch this this platform that could be very very cool, but I've met. You know I'm just really think about Chicago every day and and everybody that listened to peg and I. Thank you very much 'cause it was the. The audience that made the show so work. It was the audience well. It's great to catch up with. You have a great summer. Give deb my love, squeeze and hug those grandbabies and I would love to see you soon. Thank you so much Kevin for spending some US and God. Bless your son man. That's an amazing thing that he's graduated. Act Remember how hard it was to bring him into the world but easier. And God bless you and the whole family.
"kevin matthews" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Had a good time. After more Downing Oprah Yup. or I totally loved the series on ESPN on. The Michael Jordan that Chicago Bulls Velasco's aunt. Is. You know when I was in. You're working at am one thousand. We with the radio home for the Chicago Bulls, so you had the lineup of Brand Myers Steve Dog. Gerry and me and you and And the Chicago Bulls you know. It was think of how close we were Phil. Jackson would call brand mayor the morning. You know or you'd have Johnny Red, Kerr. He was like a dad to me. and you watch Michael Jordan grow up, and then I started to impersonate Bill Cartwright then. The SUPPO- used to listen Scottie Pippen and Jordan and those guys would listen 'cause i. you know talk like though correct. What I saw, don't talk. The Last Day at? The Gym, shorts. restricted. Hawkeye are spent a win by fifty cents. Now. Because it's. Not. Shop. Jim Shorts who dedicated? For Eleven, I'm a physical educator at Outta here. I bet you got a camera in there. Okay, not Moving. All GonNa get on. Gym Shorts loved when all of a sudden these people are tournament. Like snakes gym shorts, friend of Chicago sports elite. How pep talk. I talk to Scottie. Bochum Yard, Okay Hang. High Crashes Jimmy Up Control to pay any messages for me today for Scotty. Call earlier, Scotty hold. Attack I pray she at Cross. Say A not. Cool no discuss yours. Good time. Answering, they say was that stuff that that was real like when that happened that that was real I was like. Some of it was some of it was theater of the mind when we would all just kind of be on the same page and and on the same joke. But it was great it was there was nothing like radio back then in the nineties. Yeah it. The Best Surely Cog oh. Yeah you had mentioned. This is before you met your husband I'm you know I'm I'm a young guy married and we have traveled. He's little. Teague is just born and we would all. We're doing the morning. Show peg and we would be out. Until late you've come in. You're still drunk and you're slap happy. And those with some of the fun, the best times because we were so slap happy from being tired and it was just a nonstop. Party it was crazy. I did seal TV I would do the ten o'clock news. Meet my friends out on Rush Street afterwards so midnight I'd be on rush. Street and then I had to be back in studio with you had five am. I I would ride. My bike to work does good. Oh on riding a bike drunk with some. Some Bruno Mornings. Like peg I. Mean here. You Know I. Mean Your Your Legacy and sports and this year. It's all been unplugged. Do. You think we'll have I don't even know why baseball's even going to start. Why not just start it up next year? Basketball football's got a chance, could you do you think was the any sports? Yeah, I do I think by the end of the summer we will baseball. We believe there's an agreement in place. So by the end of July. They should be starting a sixty game season. Will be easier for them to play all their games at wide world of sports, the ESPN complex and. ORLANDO. Hockey hockey. Worry about because that's one of those sports that could least afford to lose any momentum of fans in a season, so they can't. They can't play I just think that it might be interesting with such a short season for hockey. It may end up being the best thing for them because everybody will be watching everything once it starts because everyone will have missed so much sports that might almost be like an NC double A. Tournament with hockey that everyone just gets into it because it's like a round robin one big tournament. A. Football will be interesting to see what happens in the fall right now, so many guys in training camps. The college training camps are are getting sick again or testing positive, so I'm just not sure how you can actually play. You can't play football social distancing. I'm not an idiot, but you first of all. It's one of the sports in which you're. You're dripping with sweat. You spit into the guy across the line from you into his. Is You know? You're you're on these piles these after a tackle? Exchanging you know you have a lot of your. Your body fluids our I. Just don't know with football how safe it's going to be! But I'm I'm interested to see it to be honest with you. I'm interested to see each of the sports because as fun as it's been to hang with your family and to kind of get back to maybe slowing down a bit i. I'm back to wanting to cheer for something and root for something so yeah I think we're going to see sports, but you never until the end of the summer I think. So, how will the Chicago bears do? Wish you say forget the virus. You know there's the schedule. How are they? GonNa! Do I well since I'm more of a fan now I like the team that they are building I like the competition that they have brought in at quarterback with Nick foles. If that will spark Mitch Trubisky The defense is. Happen! Never No, No you said Park and I just think of an old model t and Spark Plug No. You never know listen. It's the defense. The Defense Cook Kerry this team of the often just be right. You know passable. Now go now, go across the lake. How do you think they'd Detroit? Lions will do I don't care. Let's go! Let's go up to Wisconsin. How do you? How do you think? A Green Bay will do I. Personally think mentally. It's a train wreck up there. Yeah their after their draft issue in Green Bay. They're like. Oh boy. There's GonNa be some I. Wait to see that. Again now. CODA. I take his always been overrated. I. Really Do they've they've had a couple of good years with good opportunities, but just haven't been able to you know to. Go to Vegas in the raiders I still think that could be the most expensive ongoing joke. What do you think? Totally agree link. All my Gosh I wish I was I wish I was covering a team in Vegas because imagine the stories. Oh, my gosh, the outside of the Games and practices there would be nonstop non-stop stories. It'd be now you put if you're in Vegas. Would you put money for? How would you? Where would you put money? WHERE NEWLY UP TAMPA BAY? I don't..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"We saw it all happen it was. An amazing it was just a beautiful time, and it was one of your golf outings that I wrote about in Chicago District Golf. Magazine. I did the back cover column and. I wrote about how I was so afraid to golf in Chicago when I came home to Chicago. Because I, thought, everyone is a good Golfer, but I knew I should do some of these outings, because it was the best way to get my name out there and to meet listeners and me in television viewers as I would play the Kevin Matthews Golf outings which if anyone was not a golfer? That was the outing to go to, and it was that outing where Maggie. who wasn't someone through his shoes up on the roof of the clubhouse and Maggie went up there. To get them. And then they took the latter away while he was up there, and he's all Keith Magnuson for those of you. Not from Chicago former Blackhawk and Maggie was very bowlegged and he goes up. The ladder gets his his shoes turns around in the latter's gone, and he's stuck on top of the rough I thought Oh my goodness. This is a riot. This is golf. Cared about off. We had an outing ten golf out his. We got it got alternate. Golf Outing and courses and. Unreal 'cause Chellios would always come former Blackhawk would always come to your your golf outings. What's let's start with sports? Some of the guys that you became friends with our Kevin Butler former bears kicker. Give me give me some of your memories. You would have went well. When I first came to Chicago, he came up like the first week when we just hit it off, Darren Pang look at Darren Pang. Who is the goalie for the Blackhawks? WHO's gone on to just be the voice of Hockey? And you know at that time as well as the. Bears had just won. The super. Bowl, so we just got comfortable with the entire bears organization, including that and the coaches, and then that young kid from North Carolina Michael Jordan. You know he was yeah. I remember. we saw the best, and then you saw the replacement, the people the earlier come in and and the new blackhawks in the white sox. The cubs. I always I I grew up in Michigan, so I was always a tiger fan, because Ernie Harwell who would call the Tiger Games, and it was just the American league, so it was. I I just grew up loving the American makes it when I came over Chicago. Of course, there's the white sox you know nationally was. Just torn to me and. Wrigley field at that time you went up there. Play. Just gamble it, and you just went there to get drunk right right? It wasn't about baseball at all in play mound ball. Played Mom ball and got drunk at Wrigley and then left right after the seventh inning and just went to more bars, so it was. Chicago at that time culturally when the loop is underway, culturally I talk about this to this day. You had oprah coming in here more downey junior coming in here culturally, we had second city Bill Murray. Chris early as Farley, come in studio with you well, he I'm working in the building. He unfortunately died them. Yeah, which you know I? It was just an amazing culturally. Chicago was just happening. It was just the perfect storm. Absolutely musically your favorite guests that ever had on one of your radio shows. You know that's another thing to put a montage of bands that I broke the from college. Still Love listening to music and Peggy. It's twenty five minutes on, and it's just saw little segments of it. That's a really tough one. Because I I really got to know Frank Zappa very well. and I wanted to go franken vitamin to calm and when I was in. California's actually come to the house. You know where I'm at diesel moon, the kids and gale is why you're Finland studio, but unfortunately that's when you know. He's started. Prostate. Cancer I had a cold. I couldn't go see him and I I really I never got a chance to see him because he just got sick or. But I, just we just broke so many bands I so many. Melissa Etheridge to rem to the sex pistols when I'm in college, motor had. Everything we just I I. Love Music and and music in. In Chicago. Certainly. Is Is. We would have a a lot of actors come through. Income Stop on the show. I was trying to remember every now then I can remember. Oh I'm so bad at names you do. Remember that I am the worst person when it comes to pop culture I. Know Nothing about music. I know nothing about. You and your daughter check pack was brutal. Was the war. Your daughter. Ends Bad. It is bad, but. I'm such an old fifty six year. Olds you know? Like I remember. We were in Michigan doing a Some shows of your radio shows. And who was it that we were onstage with? It's a really popular. Oh Gosh Oh my gosh, I! WanNa say. Dave Mason or no. Oh it's GonNa. Drive me crazy trying to remember anyways every time, i. see them on every. SEE THEM ON TV I go. Hey, we were on stage with them. We introduce them festival and we don't know what they I. Kind of remember them. That's good. It Kim I can't really remember them, but actors like I do remember the a lot of lot of second city Saturday night live and came through the the studios. Do. You remember any of any standout to you of visits that you had the actors and actresses. I always loved to when Bill Murray would call, or you know bill. Murray is Murray family especially. His sister was big kept at all right. See the psychic or something or Wasn't oh, no, no, no, that was Belushi bow. Sister. I mean you really Yep i? Don't know that. There's you know there's a ton of folks that. grow- grew up in raised in in Chicago. Jeremy Piven and You know they're just it was. We.
"kevin matthews" Discussed on The Sportscaster and Her Son
"Hi Kevin Matthews. Peggy. How are you? I'm good. You are on the sports caster and her son PODCASTS and my son is getting the show off because he missed his last two months of senior year of high school, and has been inside for almost three months with me and the rest of the family, and to keep the Peace Now that he is able to get out and about and visit friends. I am giving him the day off, so I just thought that you and I could chat and catch up. Going on for two months, he's skipping school it would be called covid nineteen. What what what is that? Where where have you been living out? You know about Cova Nineteen. Suburb a new one. Yeah, exactly it is! It's it's. No I have no idea you probably live in one of those states in which you have been doing everything you've wanted to do when you want to do it and you're out and about, aren't you? for you know what actually yeah I pretty much were gonNA. Do what I'm GONNA do. Good for you. Hey I, want i. get asked all the time. What's going on with you where we Kevin? What's he doing these days so? Go Back 'cause when you and I will working together, yeah you. When we first started working together, you weren't even married, then got married. Then, you were trying to have kids. For the longest time on air, you're trying to have kids I mean not on air. I mean not in front of me. We did actually don't. Really you did I mean you would I ever talk about intro. It'd be really were I. mean you broke that ground, but is that the baby had who's now graduated from High School? Yes, Kevin that is one of the twins one of the tie-ins. The death is. You really is you think about it it so my goodness. I remember you trying to have the baby. Get pregnant. Yes, you have the baby, and now here we are and wow, let wait I remember before I met my husband. I remember when I met Him we you and I were working on the radio Not The loop. We were at one of the one of the many stations in Chicago. You could hear Kevin Matt. Do Show and. I remember when I met my husband, Jason at Medina Country Club. I was golfing as a guest of Jane Makita and. I ran into him, met him at the club, and I remember coming back and telling you. Oh, I'm going to marry that guy. Yeah Yeah and you had you had a psychic on the show, which I still don't quite understand how it works how you can have a psychic over the radio and they can actually read you. But this psychic told asked me if he was a twin, and I said No. He's not a twin and I was like all right I. Don't believe this guy. And he said No. No, no I see twins, I see twins Lo and behold he and I have twins. It's crazy, and then to all my in-vitro I would leave. You would let me leave the show. We did a morning show. I would go to northwestern. Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Go get my shots Go get checked out. Go get the plunger. Put in me. And then I'd come back and finish the show and I. Mean it's it's crazy. You know what we were breaking ground I. Know that sounds so trite today, but nobody was doing this, nobody was talking about that. You know you really brought issues I mean. Think of how many people that has to happen in order to have a family, and and you educated everybody. I'm the whole process i. now it was crazy. It was a little. You know kind of bearing everything at that time. You Know Kevin that's one of the things about the show. It was so perfect because the chemistry with everybody was great. You know the doc God rest. His soul was so fabulous on the show. The producer Jelly had the perfect attitude. Pugsley was just funny as all get up. I mean there were just. Jim I got about. We yeah, if we go if we go all the way back, thinking you, said Doc, you know and and today the world is talking about race and whatnot dock, and I were talking about Race Relations Yep. I mean decades ago it decades ago. It reminds me Steve and his producer. Marcus or if you remember. Our radio show, we were the. First, to ever have a float in the gay pride, parade and we had Dan the gay American. We've had Danny into Rome. You're trying to have a baby I was just what we were doing was talking about what was really happening in Chicago, and throughout the Midwest and and it really broke ground in today to this day. I still have that attitude you know I might. Be a lot older, but I'm. Still thinking outside the box is they say you are too, and you know what? I never really thought of it that way with doc that you and him would would have some really funny bits, and really what they were were eye opening exchanges as to. Stereotypes that we're going on. That still go still goes on right now. I can't believe you guys got away with some of the things that you did that was twenty years ago. Well one of the things that I'll never forget is I sent dock and Jerome. To a very wealthy neighborhood, and they were just walking down the street with television set. It was river were. And and and. And the cops came within ten minutes, and that was actually we did that on Martin. Luther King's birthday to see you know how far we had come and those moments. I love the show, but more importantly I love the audience because they were in on it, too. As far as you know, we did everything together with the audience. We knew who our audience was invited to come over to their pool or barbecue. We went over and we barbecue. We did we did. We grew up together and that's you know. The greatest moments of my life were growing up in. CHICAGO, you said You met your husband. Dina and you were around one of Stan Mikita kids and I think of I was thinking of Scan Makita the other night. You know it's. The people that we've witnessed the sports athletes..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Called dough? because. We all need it, but can and. The more, it should be the east of your worries since where. That's GONNA work. Find out more about you. You can find me on all things. Social Media at building bread at building Brad, awesome Kevin this was fantastic. I'm super happy that you were able to join us today. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you I appreciate having by. Okay that was Kevin Matthews the second from building bread DOT COM Scott. What are your opinions of that show? I thought it was great. I I really enjoyed talking to Kevin I think he's got a great framework for approaching wealth-building. obviously started six grade and. Know I learned a lot of little tips and tricks and I think it was a good show to kind of help me. Reset a little bit. AMD backed down from me my to Doug Matic. To Index? Fund investing and say maybe there is some room for small percentages of one's folio for some stock picking in some situations and he had to go about it and think through that. Get absolutely I love the fractional share idea. I love the paper trading idea. I mean that's just. That I think as a trick for not trick a tip for helping your children start to understand the stock market. That's brilliant I've not heard that before I haven't heard the fractional share thing either and I'm super excited to sit down with my kids and show them this and introduce them to different types of learning about the stock market. Absolutely. This show ran a little bit launch. We get out of here today. Let's do it okay. From episode one hundred and thirty, one of the bigger pockets money podcast. His got trench I am Andy Jensen and we. Need a clever bit about money and Brown. Oh okay there you go. And what we're saying, goodbye Scott saying `do. Expression dismay or content with things, go poorly or not as planned. Coined by Homer Simpson, that's right. Okay bye bye..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Called dough? Because we all need it, but can and. The more it should be the east of your worries since where. That's GONNA work. We'll find out more about you. You can find me on all things. Social Media at building bread at building Brad. Awesome Kevin this was fantastic. I'm super happy that you were able to join us today. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you I appreciate having by. Okay, that was Kevin Matthews the second from building bread DOT COM Scott. What are your opinions of that show I thought it was great. I I really enjoyed talking to Kevin. I think he's got a great framework for approaching wealth-building. obviously started six grade and. Know. I learned a lot of little tips and tricks, and I think it was a good show to kind of help me. Reset a little bit. AMD backed down from me my to Doug Matic approach to index fund investing and say maybe there is some room for small percentages of one's folio for some stock picking in some situations, and here's how to go about it and think through that. Get Absolutely I. Love the Fractional Share Idea I. Love the paper trading idea i. mean that's just. That I think as a trick for not trick a tip for helping your children start to understand the stock market. That's brilliant I've not heard that before I haven't heard the fractional share thing either and I'm super excited to sit down with my kids and show them this and introduce them to different types of learning about the stock market. Absolutely. This show ran a little bit launch. We get out of here today. Let's do it okay. From episode one hundred and thirty, one of the bigger pockets money podcast. His got trench I am Andy, Jensen and we. Need a clever bit about money and Brown. Oh okay there, you go! And what we're saying goodbye Scott, saying `do. Expression of dismay or content with things, go poorly or not as planned. Coined by Homer Simpson that's right. Okay bye-bye!.
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"That's one of the things we talked about at bigger pockets is analyzed deals and look at these properties, and you're not ready to invest yet, but you can still learn about the thing about the the niche that you're looking for. Did when when I started I didn't so I got some friends Qiuping about it at least are invested Pedia is you can invite people to do with you, so we kind of have competition so for entire years like my sophomore junior year me and my two friends did it started out with a simulation of one hundred thousand dollars, who made the most money after the year one, so we have to really understand how the market work and how my best friend was up, he was bragging bursary minds in the end. His portfolio just ain't. Got The. Oh, just because you start ahead doesn't mean you're gonNA end that way. All for year I got to say and understand how the market work before putting my actual money to it, and that was an experience that was extremely valuable. I'M GONNA. Make my kids to this. This is something really interesting that you can use to teach your kids. Maybe older kids may be like teenagers and in high school event. Just Hey, this is what you can do. This is how you can make money. This is how you can grow your wealth and prepare for retirement like I said. My daughter wants to retire from school. She's Ted so I know you can't retire from school. You have to graduate from high school, but look at what you can do with the money that you have instead of buying candy and yarn. You can buy stocks. You can invest in stocks using these little fractional shares, so Oh, these all build together. Yeah, that's I. think that's fun I. think that's Great. We're GONNA. Will include a link to that in the show notes as well the investor thing as well. Okay what's the third way to start investing? Yes, the third one is something I've kind of come on over the last eighteen months. So this is called fund hacking so a lot of us obviously like I'm big on index, but there are other mutual funds that are out there. The cool thing is for ninety nine percent of of mutual size. They will give you the holidays so they will tell you exactly what this find is investing in..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Know that our show said you. Going back to your kind of personal journey. What's kind of your end goal? What are what are you looking to achieve over the next couple of years? Or what's what's the point for you? Yeah so for me. Personally, my I feel like my mission purpose is to make investing simple for others because we have a misconception reality, rather than investing has to be complicated that you need to know math and geometry, and all these other charting techniques to be successful. Not. Necessarily case in the next line can do wonders for. Regular. Simple stocks like Microsoft or COSCO can do amazing thing for you. You don't have to be some mad genius. That's part of it and I. WanNa. Make sure that investing education and wealth education is accessible that you don't have to have a quarter million dollars to access someone who has a wealth of. Yet this goes back to. We had an interview with Kyle Mass. Who is a CFP and he suggests? Once. You have started saving for your retirement. Sit Down and speak with a fee. Only CFP who can give you advice to help you on your way. It doesn't have to be in every month conversation it can be once, and that directs your path for Awhile and then a few years, or maybe even ten years down the road. Use the down with them again. Overview. What you've got what you're where you're going, and that'll help you again. Yes, you're on the right path. Hey, maybe let's tweak some things or you know I. Think having some advice. There's no need for you to figure it out all on your own so this is kind of the core. Core tenants bigger pockets DOT COM with regards to real estate investing. We want to help you be successful as you can. As a real estate investor, so you don't need to make all the mistakes that I've made..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Answer that question. Okay so Kevin Watterson mistakes that you see new investors making. Mistakes. There are a lot of mistakes there. Is is like a patience and I think we have a misconception for the majority of especially. If you're new, is that you buy a stop one time, and then you wake up two weeks later now you're rich, which is not really the case, rabbi, my stock, which is right after two thousand eight bought city because my finance professor said look, you know, city is now going to go bankrupt wherever you should buy our cheat saw body away to three months at made like two dollars and I was like. This. was like a three hundred dollar investment, and what is this? This is lame. How? Well the truth is like five or six years later that investment nearly triple, so I could have had a thousand dollars by sitting there and waiting, however, if I kept putting in three hundred dollars a month year, I would have been tremendously better. So the key is be consistent and be patient. Not every stock is going to double overnight. The other thing is is getting ideas for how the stock has done in the past sometimes people. Just you know Oh my God. My friend made forty percent last night. Not really knowing that it was just a blip or mistake or just something random happened when you can figure out whether it's American. Airlines has been daleks sixty percent ten years. That will give you an idea like hey. Maybe this is not the place I want to put my money because I know that this stock hasn't been good. Since the last recession. Those. Highly consistent millionaires. You mentioned earlier. How often do you think they're checking their their portfolio balances? Usually studies say four times. A year is as much as you should do. You should do more than that. You're starting to check weekly monthly making those changes I'm you tend to make more mistakes? A lot of billionaires that I've had the privilege of meeting. They would tend to do four times a year. Definitely semi annually. That was like. Hey, look, it's been six months. We need to come. Come in and sit down and and make some changes. Those are the only time they may changes, but they were consistent in adding money every month, so they will give me because look I'm making the deposit. Make sure goes into the investment that they already had moved very rarely I get someone to hey. Look I need to sell everything because things weren't where they wanted them to be. You know one question hypothesis. That's kind of. Framing refer me right now is is this idea that these people managing cash very tight? You know it is maybe. A lack of patience tied to a low savings rate, or or living right around what you're. What you're making. Comes in so, are you noticing now with new investors at all?.
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"I think the field really matters there when I was in finance. No one really care I think it was something that they expected it. After a while, you can switch. I've been in some interviews and say hey, look, you haven't been in the job more than three years. We just true am I know. You. Do, you want three two and a half, three years of very good performance, or do you want somebody average An interview. That's kind of how I felt so yeah. Sometimes it's hindered me at the time it has. Yeah, and you just have to find somebody that it doesn't hinder you. Okay you posted a video on instagram the other day that I thought was brilliant. The title was every investor needs this one thing which you don't sell in until you listen to the video, but I'm going to bring it up. You said if you don't have patience, you're not going to cut it as an investor period and that is. kind of true all across the board. We have a rather volatile stock market right now I. Don't know if you saw I actually didn't even look up the numbers and we're recording this a couple of weeks in advance so I'm not sure that it. It really made I certainly can't say what's going to happen in two weeks, but we've had some really crazy, sharp up and sharp down in the last few weeks. So if you don't have patience, you're not gonNA cut it as an investor. That is a smart advice. We had an interview back on episode one hundred and Nineteen. It aired on April sixth right when the stock market. Market you know, the whole corona virus was just coming out in the market was down and then down more down more, the mad scientist said in that interview that he thought he was prepared for risk, but when the bottom dropped out, and so many of his gains were wiped out in one day. He's like you know what I realize. I'm I'm not so excited about all this risk..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Those are a lot of the three archetypes boost people that were super consistent state at one job for a while had one or two, and had like a side hustle outside. That really resonate for me and what we're. What were some of the characteristics of those super consistent people? What? What did they do really well in your opinion? In addition to the obvious of being consistent. Other than being consistent. Seemed really low key like you couldn't really like. Just look and say oh. This person has money. You can never actually tell. Those who look like were normally doctors, but again the people resonate with me like. A firefighter for like twenty years others. Teacher or professor? They were like really low key. You couldn't really just you know. Just pick them out and then usually like. Every very chill so like you get quiet as like Oh my God I need to sell everything today any by coming here and like make noise and like the dispersal of on. Them which is always great for me as well. So that's very interesting, it sounds like this little book called the millionaire next door where Thomas Stanley said the number one car that the millionaire next door drives is not a Mercedes or a BMW. It's a Ford F one fifty pickup truck. Which I would recommend, because then all your friends are going to ask you to help the move bright. I think maybe I haven't read the updated version, but I would think something like a Honda Accord Honda Civic. Being. The other thing that I noticed too so yeah, the Honda accord the Toyotas, but like it was anytime that they had an older car like ten years. That was very well taken care of. You could always tell by. How will they took care of card? And that just like the outside stuff, maintenance and everything because they would come in as a yeah, you know. I've had this car since two thousand five. I make sure they in their budget in their catchy. They would tell you how well it took care of the car. How many miles they had on it and it was always pristine from my. Perspective, and that's something I've always noticed. Choose Zach whether his grandma. GRANDPA middle-aged guy like their cars were well taken care of 'em assuming this because they care about the value and not having to go out and get a new purchase inconsistent spin on that. Your when you take care of modern car, it will last you a really long time. And we know what Scott we should talk to somebody about proper. Maintenance. I grew up. My Dad worked on cars. He was in the military, and he worked that he was in the auto pool or whatever it's called so I always watched my dad work on cars and he drilled into my head. You Change Your oil every three thousand miles, and now it's like different. The cars will tell you, but you don't know what you don't know so if you don't take care of your car, you're going to have problems. I think my sister in law went something like twenty thousand miles without changing her oil and it was like tar. Yeah, yeah, it was. Doesn't have that car anymore..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"While you're still cute. How how how do you? Know, we just interviewed tiffany elite a couple of weeks ago on the podcast to talk about how to teach your kids about money and Scott asked her. Oh, so you know. Is this going well and she's like no, not at all. That is so good to hear because I feel like I know what I'm doing, and then you see me parenting in your like what a fake. She doesn't know anything. She keeps caving and it was nice to hear that she's not one hundred percent successful either well. The theme was a line. What your kid wants with what you want right? And whether it was necessary, completely intentional or just a matter of getting you to stop asking for money for video games. Your parents were able to do. With this system, so. Yeah, so we're you also saving your lunch money? Yeah I would save money to like five dollars a day I would say well look I can just been three dollars and be fine and we used to have like. Chicken strips basket with fries like three dollars. And you get a drink or whatever else I was like well. I need all of that. I can just get these chicken strips and be fine for the day. Okay. So how did this translate into you becoming a financial planner? Yeah so for me. It started to become fun just to like. To figure out like how much money I could have if I did these specific actions in. If I can arrive on schedule if he would so naturally, that starts to become retirement planning it starts to become buying stocks starts become more sophisticated and say cash flow planning, so those were the things. I started to become a lot more interested in because it, wasn't it? It was a game within a game, but yes I can go by the game on Friday the twenty four th cool, but it was also this assess factors like hey. I actually save seven dollars in however, many said so, that became the goal to so like moving into the financial planner. Space is essentially doing the same thing, but for hundreds of people at. How much do I need to save for College for my kids? How much do I need to save for retirement was stop shy..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Am super pumped to have Kevin on the show today today we don't normally talk about stock picking and we don't normally talk about anything other than index funds and Real Estate Investment Strategies on this show, but Kevin has some pretty great tips for starting off when you want to learn how to invest, and he's not against stock picking as long as you're doing it from a position of knowledge position of research and understanding what you're investigated. Yeah you. I have a lot of respect for his approach. He's obviously had what we're going to start off with his childhood, and how he got familiar with building wealth in general great lessons from his parents, involving video and my dad. And I think that his exposure to millionaires early in his career. Really I think helped guide a lot of his thinking, and and I think it's incredible. Broach I think he's going to be very successful with it and I think he. Has Been Very successful with it. I think it's going to help a lot of people. I've listened to this. You'RE GONNA get exposure to a great framework for attacking financial independence, and then I think you're also gonNA get some some tips and tricks. If you're new to this about literally how to go about getting started investing you're GonNa get tips and tricks. If you're not new to this, I did not know about fractional shares did but not really, and he explains. Explains it really really well I didn't know about paper trading where you're just like testing the waters, which I think is a really great way to introduce this two children in a tangible way where they can actually see what happens because you know, it's kind of boring to say Oh for the past twenty years. This is what the stock has done, but when you're doing it in real time when you're, you're looking at the stock market every day or every week. In relationship to what you've chosen. That's just so much more powerful. Look at all the money you could have made look at all the money you could have lost, and maybe volatility doesn't help you out. Maybe the volatility pumps you up and you WANNA win like UN Kevin. Straight..
"kevin matthews" Discussed on The Cross Walk with Dcn. Kevin Endres
"A weekend in one thousand the loop in abcd in cbs radio in the fall of two thousand and eight while on air he was partially paralyzed by multiple sclerosis his struggle to overcome a debilitating disease in a chance encounter with a statue at u of the virgin mary found next to a dumpster changed his life forever kevin welcome to the crosswalk thank you so much i appreciate it yeah so maybe maybe just give the listeners a little bit of a background that aren't familiar with your career in in secular radio and in kind of what you were up two and a in the chicago area well i would imagine the majority of folks listening go right now i don't know and i say to them you have good guardian angels and that's why up and now and now i i i've been blessed i i absolutely love radio i started a in college at lewis gonna be a comma teacher and eventually i got to chicago and 'em i hooked up with some of the most creative people in industry jonathan brand meyer steve doll gary meyer alary where jimmy decastro a these folks were giants instill are and we revolutionize the way you listened to radio and we were mimicked and we were one of a kind it was it was unique it was i was it was just an outstanding opportunity i really blessed i have such a career in radio so you're radio station now you're show was a talk talk radio music radio dj guy would know it was it we did whatever we want we did it ever we did the opposite of what other radio stations in the country were doing doing x dot com so unique we did what we wanna do if i play the song it was a song i wanna play or with an artist new artist coming up maybe it was a you know a r e m i hey folks they these guys from athens georgia georgia athens georgia here's r e m or you to you know it was just i played whatever i wanted to take a break but at the same time the content was the pulse of what was happening at that time in the late eighties in the mid nineties culturally it was just it was the perfect storm in all hit at once so at this point is they say i mean you're you're living a good life i mean you're kind of in the chicago area at least a you know a little bit of a rock stars you know as far as the the secular world is is concerned in in living large what would you what would their faith life during that time i had always you know people say kept when did you become a jesus freak and i tell them when i was about six years old because i grew up outside detroit and the my house inside was as violent as a the neighborhood i lipton i mean at that time i'm six years old i'm witnessing resident kennedy he shot in front of me is a little kid or race riots or vietnam it was in i i was such a little person and i was just hurting my catholic faith i'd go to church i heard about this guy named god in i cry in my bed because there was so much violence in my house i just wanna gotta take me oven and so that is where start at the age of six and and i say that you know god had me by the hand that always in i'm the one call an i don't apologize for what i've done 'em it's been it's been a it's been a beautiful journey really really has and a i've always known the power of radio when i open up a microphone yeah i could have a lot of fun and we were rock stars we owned the city of chicago but at the same time i could say hey you know what i know this non it and she and other nuns are taking care of babies that are addicted to cocaine they need diapers an i would say i don't want you to just drop off a box i want pallets of diapers and those with the kind of events that i did ed in through out this rock and roll world that you know this this it was it was it was unique it was really unique i took that opportunity to use the microphone when i needed to to help others and i still do to this day yeah i think that's great that's a that's probably a great lesson for most people you know i i heard a father john ricardo talk about you know the difference between a vocation and occupation in some people say well you know i'm just a car salesman and he said but if if that's what god is called you do in your life there is a way that you could news that occupation is part of your vocation to minister to people in in in the bring them to christ and i mean in so even you know if announced they were all those you guys rock stars all these popular doing this but there is a there's an awesome responsibility that goes with that that if god has blessed you with that to do something with it for the benefit of the kingdom in in in doing god's will that not all of us are just called there'll be a you know a monk and you know and find some monastery someone just pray all day well you also have to listen you know i i've been in the last eight years of my life has changed dramatically and it's i it's jesus christ literally as a cab i leave you with my mother and i felt that's how come i have such a love for john a disciple john as christ died on the cross jesus said you know woman mother this is you're son john this is you're mother an i feel a responsibility i love taking care of mary and mary is beautiful you know i've in the last eight years you say i'm a car salesman or you know maybe i'm jewish supposed to be a monk or whatever it's amazing i i i've gotten the most out of what i've been doing when i go inside prisons an i'm talking to men who are sentenced in in will die in prison an i ask them questions and i say who wants to go to heaven and they haven't been asked that question in a long time or maybe never end to heaven inmates say i'm gonna die here you know i'm never gonna leave these walls but then i could say well you get a choice of where you wanna spend any turn ity an i love that i love my prayer the last time i was in prison which not that long ago less in a month ago andy's lifers i said my prayer is that we all go to heaven together and then i reminded these inmates that judas yeah forsaken jesus with gold silver yet his biggest sinuous judas didn't think jesus would forgive him and so he hangs himself an is is long as were alive on earth everyone listening right now it takes three brass three words god forgive me and we are we could all be disciples i beacon do you wanna go and having i do i really do and i i asked that asset all you listeners you don't in order to go to heaven you have to become a saints fan when i heard that for the first time a friend of mine had done down in debt fatima sister angela when i heard that i said well i'll never get the have and how am i gonna be saying she's not talking about a canon i saved 'em she is talking about sainted to see that we have two lives as it we have to be good at what we do in life and you know just be a saint ice i other day i was in line at a grocery store store and i knew this woman that was checking all these me out and others you could just tell the shoes having a not a good day she and i i just i stopped and i said oh you doing and we struck up a conversation in within two minutes minutes i just actually loved having that conversation because i knowledge that she's real she's a human being and that to me is sanctity that sainthood when you can love somebody saint could start with love saint hood starts with forgiveness saint could start with sherry what others need an and i and i and i'm educated by mary the mother of jesus through that i love i adore mary ann she loves this were all children of god and she is the mother of god and she is also the mother mercy yeah she's the mother emergency yeah i'm deacon kevin things didn't cross walk today here on the radio network my guest is kevin matthews a kevin maybe maybe let's step back to the two thousand and eight in that episode with multiple sclerosis and how that changed her life and then how that led you to find this broken mary a statue in what that's done in you're in you're like well i you know there's no such thing as a coincidence you know two thousand eight it was a they thought it was brain rain cancer and it was a rare form of a mess and how young radio is changing so much i mean it's imploded i lost my job i got a mess i'm driving on saturday and i hear this voice that just says go get your wife some flowers and debbie's been i love her but when somebody is diagnosed with a disease or something you know the whole family goes through the hardship to and i look up no coincidence flower shop i pull in i get out of my truck i'm walking towards the door and i can't help but notice that there's a statute lying on the ground of the virgin mary i walk over to it she's on her back broken in half schanzer messy and she's looking at me these guys are looking at me and i hear this voice that said will you deny me will you deny my mother and it was it happened so quickly and i i walked into the store and i asked the court can i buy that statue of the virgin mary she didn't she said no it's a family heirloom and i set a quick prayer said god help me but i also so her death voice again will you deny deny my mother an i just blurted out that i'll give money in your name to the nuns that out around here i didn't know what i'm saying that just came out and then she recognize my voice she goes wait you're that guy in the morning you you're on the radio you're kevin matthews and again that quick prayer opened up the door i was able to get the statue we a broader to a priest a friend of mine and he told me where i could get it fixed in this is the moving parts of this in the spring i went to a monument baker and he looked at mary in he said oh yeah we container and put new hands on her she won't even look broken and i said no no no no no i just put it together beaver hands broken lieber chipped i want she represents me i said i want a car broken mary she's were all broke end so we bless her in after father mark blasters when the miracles began 'em in its mary in the first miracle was me just having a desire to recycle rosary i didn't even know what the rosary was they did not say it and to this day now i i cherish the rosary the rosaries mary's yeah it's mary's in below court it attaches esther her son and i love the rosary i the rosary i'm real size i don't think people realize how powerful the rosary as i say when you hold the rosary in you absorb it into you're so it's it's you're holding the hand mary if you hold the hand of mary you're holding power of god and you're able to do anything people say to me you love berry too much you should love jesus or and i said i'll never i'll love jesus loved his mother so much more than me and i did my biggest shift happened after i wrote the book i went to fathom on the hundredth anniversary and that's where mary one embiid it'd be it'd.
Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'
"Give us the one. Oh, one on magic mushrooms is still assignment mushrooms or psychedelics that can cause loosen Asians and along with several other psychedelics. They were made federally illegal in nineteen seventy souls Ibon is a schedule one drug. So that's the same classification as heroin and cocaine, obviously, some people who use them or using them wreck your recreationally, but there's also been quite a bit of research in the last couple of decades into their potential medical use specifically for mental illness and the US Drug Enforcement Administration. Does warn though that large amounts of slow Siping can cause panic attacks in psychosis. And that an overdose can be deadly. Now this initiative that's on the ballot today. Invent Denver doesn't actually legalize the mushrooms. The goal is just to d- prioritize to the greatest extent possible. The criminal penalties for using. And possessing the mushrooms how how would that work, right? The municipal election, obviously, can't change state or federal law. So. So the ballot measure if it passes it will still be illegal to possess or use like Delic mushrooms but this initiative could reduce drug arrests. So essentially at a directs law enforcement to focus his attention on every other crime, including jaywalking before it enforces laws that make magic mushrooms illegal. Jaywalking would be a higher priority. Interesting where did this initiative come from? What's the argument in favor of it? So the group campaigning for this measure is called decriminalized Denver, and they try to get the measure on the ballot last year and failed. But this year, they got the signatures they needed so they're pointing to potential medical benefits and the FDA granted so's I've been based treatment for depression breakthrough therapy status. That's a process that expedites the development and review of new treatment. Johns hopkins. Researchers also found some evidence that suicide and could help treat some forms of anxiety and depression and the campaign manager, Kevin Matthews actually, credits solicitation with saving his life. When he struggled with depression. So people are pointing to those to the potential meta medical benefits is what they're. Rounding their campaign, and what about the opposition dippers mayor Michael Hancock opposes about initiative beyond that there's not much if any vocal opposition coming out of Denver. The public had the opportunity to submit comments on the ballot initiative and no one submitted a common against it. Probably the most prominent opposition voice has been this intense institute, and that's Colorado Christian university think tank based in Lakewood, Colorado, and that's just west of Denver and Jefferson County, and they're concerned about safety as well as the area's reputation as sort of drug haven is there any indication of whether this is gonna pass today. People in favor of the measure have certainly been more vocal than those opposed. And we know that the decriminalize Denver group got more than five thousand validated signatures from city residents to get the question on the ballot. But more than seven hundred thousand people live in the city of Denver. So whether or not they've gathered enough momentum for the initiative to pass. I don't think we can say until we see the results and up avenue. The reason that everybody is paying attention to this so closely today's because Colorado is one of the first states where Merrill. Wanna became legal? And now that has happened to all across this country. People are wondering whether this idea of decriminalizing hallucinogenic mushrooms is going to become something that other states do right? And there's definitely interest in other states. The Republican lawmaker in Iowa recently proposed a Bill to legalize slow Sivan for medical use inter move it from I was list of controlled substances in a group in California tried to get a criminalization on their question on their ballot in two thousand eighteen but they didn't get enough signatures. So whether or not it's gaining traction. It's certainly has some interest that is Avery Lil from Colorado public radio as we wait to see what voters in Denver decide today that could be the first city to decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic
Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms'
"Will vote Denver deciding today whether to become the first US city to drape decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic mushrooms the measure on today's ballot would bar officials from spending. Resources to impose criminal penalties for personal use and possession of the drug. Joining me now is every Lil from Colorado public radio. Hi, every hi, Jeremy and first of all just give us the one on one on magic mushrooms suicide mushrooms are psychedelics that can cause loosen Asians and along with several other psychedelics. They were made federally illegal in nineteen seventy so's Ivan as a schedule one drug, so that's the same classification as heroin and cocaine obviously, some people who use them or using them wreck your recreationally, but there's also been quite a bit of research in the last couple of decades into their potential medical use specifically for mental illness and the US Drug Enforcement Administration. Does warn though that large amounts of slow saving can cause panic attacks in psychosis. And that an overdose can be deadly. Now this initiative that's on the ballot today. Invent Denver doesn't actually legalize the mushrooms. The goal is just to deep prioritize to the greatest extent possible. The criminal penalties for using and possessing the mush. Shrooms? How would that work, right? The municipal election, obviously, can't change state or federal law. So the ballot measure if it passes it will still be illegal to possess or use like mushrooms but this initiative could reduce drug arrests. So essentially at a directs law enforcement to focus his attention on every other crime Gooding jaywalking before it enforces laws that make magic mushrooms illegal. Jaywalking would be a higher priority. Interesting where did this initiative come from? What's the argument in favor of it? So the group campaigning for this measure is called decriminalized Denver, and they tried to get the measure on the ballot last year and failed. But this year, they got the signatures they needed so they're pointing to potential medical benefits and the FDA granted so's siphoned based treatment for depression breakthrough therapy status. That's a process that expedites the development and review of new treatment. Johns hopkins. Researchers also found some evidence that suicide and could help treat some forms of anxiety and depression. And the campaign manager Kevin Matthews actually credits suicide with saving his life. When he struggled with depression. So people are pointing to those two potential meta medical benefits is what they're grounding their campaign. And what about the opposition differs mayor Michael Hancock opposes the ballot initiative beyond that there's not much if any vocal opposition coming out of Denver. The public had the opportunity to submit comments on the ballot initiative and no-one submitted a comment against it. Probably the most prominent opposition voice has been this intense institute, and that's a Colorado Christian university think tank based in Lakewood, Colorado, and that's just west of Denver and Jefferson County, and they're concerned about safety as well as the area's reputation as sort of drug haven is there any indication of whether this is going to pass today. People in favor of the measure have certainly been more vocal than those opposed. And we know that the decriminalize Denver group got more than five thousand validated signatures from city residents to get the question on the ballot. But more than seven hundred thousand people live in the city of Denver. So whether or not. Have gathered enough momentum for the initiative to pass. I don't think we could say until we see the results and Abbas the reason that everybody is paying attention to this so closely today's because Colorado is one of the first states where marijuana became legal. And now that has happened all across this country. People are wondering whether this idea of decriminalizing hallucinogenic mushrooms is going to become something that other states do right? And there's definitely interest in other states. The Republican lawmaker in Iowa recently proposed a Bill to legalize slow Sivan for medical use inter move it from I was list of controlled substances in a group in California tried to get into criminalization on their question on their ballot in two thousand eighteen but they didn't get enough signatures. So whether or not it's gaining traction. It certainly has some interest that is Avery Lil from Colorado public radio as we wait to see what voters in Denver decide today that could be the first city to decriminalize the use of hallucinogenic mushrooms every
"kevin matthews" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This Sunday except the community champion awards from the keep on keeping on foundation. And he's joining us tonight. What's up, buddy? How are you folks? Chicago what's going on in Chicago more than your Michigan? These leads back and forth a lot, you know. But love to do what I'm doing. And it's it's going to be fun on Sunday. So thanks for the help me out. Absolutely. But a couple of weeks ago you were in town, and we hung out a little bit. You did some celebrity bartending. Increased. Great bartender over. He's he's making drinks. He's cashing image. He was great. He was awesome. He was awesome. I think we. Whole Queen of hearts thing that's going on throughout the city. Like, you know, the people are raising like a half million dollars. We're worried about one hundred grand I think's coming into this week. So that night, I think we we popped it up another ten thousand dollars. So and that was we have people like that. People were there for some of the politicians and so forth, but people capacy Kevin Matthews, which is really cool event that whole that that that whole that pot just continues to grow. Yeah. It was great. It was really great. How many people were screaming free? But to to maybe. Three. So you're going around with broken Mary, and and this bestselling book, which is just I mean, honestly, it's headed life of its own. It's it's if people want to know, it's it's not just about faith. It's really your your life story. It's your story from the early days growing up in Michigan. And and your days, I as on radio the loop days, which are some great story. If you haven't read this book, folks, it's fantastic. But it's also inspirational it's a great story. Something that happened to you that happens to everybody. We all we've all got our stuff. I'll say the word stuff, but we've all got our stuff, and you kind of bring it out to light. I've been really honored. This book has really taken a that is taken. It's just it's become important to so many people because we're all broken and years ago. I I went to get my wife some flowers, and I found a statue lying next to a dumpster. And it was a statue of the Virgin Mary and the story is how I took her. And since I've taken her miracles that have literally evolved around the world. With the statue of broken Mary represents were all broken. And people can relate to that. And I'm honored to be able to take the book. And it's got a message and people can relate to it. And I've been very lucky like this Sunday. I'm going to be around folks with disabilities. And they what they do is. They really help all kinds of folks. I mean from adults to kids with disabilities. Keep on keep it on foundation. It's a brunch event to celebrate local heroes who have overcome adversity to chief great feats in their community. That's you my friend. I'm inviting folks, they can come because it's a brunch out have the statue of broken Mary. Oh, yeah. And I'll talk about the entire story. And at the same time folks can help out this tremendous organization that helps with disabilities. Yeah. It's at the delta hotel by Marietta's in Glenview on Sunday. It starts at eleven o'clock. You can go to the Facebook page of keep on keeping on foundation. That's where you wanna go for that. It's the keep on keeping on foundation, and you can see cab there as well. But this book again, you know, we've talked about this over the last couple of years. It's a great story. Because I mean, if you're a big fan of of of your you, which I am radio itself in the days of the loop. I mean, there are some great great stories in there. But there's a thread in every story that says, you know, there's everyone's got their issues. Like, if if you think that life is perfect and you've got nothing going on with yourself. You're lying to yourself. Everybody's got their stuff, right? And you bring that to light and for someone that we've all known and grown up with and had some issues come up with with your diagnosed with MS about ten years ago twelve years ago, it was just now eleven years ago. Yeah. Exactly. And it was a tough time. It was a tough time. Just just kind of suck in that in and trying to figure things out and you saw kind of a light at the end of that tunnel. And you know, there's a lot of people who who are suffering a little bit that they they're looking for that light. And I think that's why they can relate to the book and the statue of broken Mary. And and I've really been honored at how many people I mean, I've gone from to Arizona, and I'll be going to Georgia. I know I'm going to be going overseas. The broken Mary app has been downloaded over three hundred thousand times. You know, it's it's tumbling is what it is. It's really humbling and I look forward to speaking about this entire book about broken Mary. What is broken and you can do that coming up this Sunday? Yeah. And that's at the Marriott on fourteen hundred Milwaukee avenue in Glenview, and I do have a number in your welcome to come right in at eleven o'clock. Enjoy a brunch, and you can talk I'll sign a book, and this organization, very cool. Very very cool. And I know you've been so outside of that. I know you've been doing a little Facebook live. You've been kinda tests in the waters on that. You're not doing the doll podcast anymore. But you're you're you're starting to kind of experiment doing some Facebook live, and I just loved that. I saw you doing that stopped me in my tracks. I I really I know folks get on the radio or they'll go over WGN TV. And and I it may say how much they love Chicago, Chicago. I can't even come to the right words. It's I absolutely adore embrace Chicago, the people I miss it incredibly. I miss it so much because I absolutely love the city of Chicago. And when you first got here, I just want to talk about this one story when you first got here, I'd asked you this before like, when did you know like you made it because I mean, you were on you weren't a powerhouse station. Sandwich between Stephen Gary and Jonathan brand Meyer. And here you are now in in the third largest market in in radio in the world. And here you are. And what was that moment for you? Like, you said actually I walked out we were in the handcock building. So I walked out on Michigan avenue when I started going walking north. Yeah. I turned left and started heading west. And then I got lost. And I didn't know how to get back. Thank goodness. I can look up and finite. Handcock put the city was just, ma'am. And I'm like, oh, my what a great city. Yeah. Absolutely. And my other favorite story, which I need you to share was you were so close, and you think about the time that you were on the air in the very beginning. It was the time about the eighty five bears and Kevin Butler, and all these guys and and. There was one time. I think they tied you in a chair and beat the crap out of you. I'm Tom Sayer Steve McMichael, Kevin Butler. They all came up into the handcock on the thirty seven floor. They duct tape me to my chair. Mcmichael's wipe put makeup and lipstick all over me. And in McMichael were just wailing on me. And then they cut Steve's got a knife. He cuts my shirt off. We'll me down on Michigan avenue, and they just leave me there. Between that and what we used to hang with like to see Michael Jordan for the first time in that, slam dunk, or krislindahl ios was Blackhawks it was just that culture at that time. I mean Oprah was coming alive. Second city Bill Murray, Chris Farley. I what an just a volcano over the city. It was absolutely. Hey, I gotta ask you Jimmy there. Yes. I'm here. Go jimmy. Hey here. I gotta ask you a question. So how's the casino because it's it's Friday night. So be busy. Island Bieber island in the middle of Lake Michigan. I own a casino on an Indian reservation. He's doing real. Well, it's hard to get to these days. Yeah. You know, there's crappy weather, but it's gonna spa pretty soon. We're gonna have a big grand reopening. Well, let me ask you this because I was looking at a map because I really didn't know where beaver Ireland was you can only get there by like a helicopter or a boat. So here's my question for you. What kind of idiot would put a casino in the middle of the lake like that. Ian, why because there's a lot of natives and just a lot of people that you stay on the island want to the all goal. But it's a big vacation thing works selling pot heard that first day. Yeah. What do you do with the kids because I know you can bring your kids? In the car, but. Bottles on and stuff. Like that. You leave the kids out McCaw check Anonima every eight hours by we'd M eighties. A little bit buffet. It's a good time at a buffet. I'm of honor because you're going to get the munchies I'm gonna assuming after that. So what what was beaver island named after like what what's the story behind beaver island law. Believe it or not it's I'm not going there. That pulls back. I could have given your whole story. In my book. Oh, come on out. Then you'll wanna read about it says it was a Mormon kingdom with polygamous living all over the island. Well again. You don't wanna get into it on the radio? Dave. Okay. Are you still keeping your hand in in the sports world? Jimmy. I wanna do sports when a bear start playing again. And they were robbed by the way, they were totally robbed all this change that whole thing. I'm so glad the bears got rid of that kick or a piece of granite with you absolutely says it says it has. Yeah. Absolutely. Assume that like Jean grecko or one of these guys is going to retire soon as Eddie. He is I trust me people over at the ABC have over ABC, right? Yeah. He's over ABC. They keep calling saying would you come over to blow him out of there? Quick. But you know, I Gotcha. I gotcha. The new year show is killing him. Well, you know, he gets to make out with a lovely lady. So I think that's just fine. Judge whether the wind is over because if Davies and Jane Greco case, it means as twelve more weeks of winter. That's nice Jimmy. You're an idiot. Thank you. All right, Kev. I gotta tell you. I love you, buddy. Thank you, folks..
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