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A Powerful Approach to Keeping Remote Staff Motivated
"Than forty years. Lynn twist has been a recognized. Global visionary committed to alleviating poverty ending world hunger and supporting social justice and environmental sustainability from working with mother teresa in calcutta to the refugee camps in ethiopia and the threatened rainforests of the amazon as well as guiding the philanthropy of some of the world's wealthiest families lynn's on the groundwork has brought her a deep understanding of people's relationships with money and her breadth of knowledge and experience has led her to profound insights about the social tapestry of the world and the historical landscape of the times. We live in lynn. Thank you for joining me and for sharing your insights with me and my audience today. Thank you john for inviting me to be part of it i i. I love this conversation already before we dig in. Tell our listeners. If you would please a bit about your professional trajectory your boots have been on the ground in so many parts of the sector. Can you tell us a little bit about your journey. Yes i wanna make. Sure i don't go on and on and non 'cause that's really like my whole life story but i started working in this sector. I think when i was a child i did my first fundraising event. When i was five. I wouldn't say was in the sector. I didn't even know. There was a sector but i was in kindergarten and i I noticed that there was a budget crisis in our school. Not that i could even spell budget or add or subtract but my sister was the star of the school play. They weren't going to have costumes and sets because there was a budget crisis and it was going to be sort of this abstract interpretation and she was the princess in a a fairy book Tale story book kind of play and she was so angry and so upset. She was in the sixth grade and i was a kindergartener so i went back to school. The next day and organized my kindergarten with my teachers help of course to make chocolate chip. Cookies and lemonade stands Lemonade and did cianci cup. Being eliminated stands around the school block until we raised enough money to pay for costumes and sets for the school play. And we couldn't adder surprised that we could fundraise.
Interview With Bell Media Reporter And Author, Paul Hollingsworth
"I have the great pleasure of speaking with all hollingsworth. Paul is a reporter for bell media. He's an author. And today i wanna find out from paul what he thinks about personal branding whether that's for. Athletes were people in work on such sites as linked in. Join me in my conversation. Today with paul hollingsworth umbrella v. And this is why we work today. I have the great pleasure. Speaking with paul hollingsworth. Good day. Fine sir good day to you and thank you for having me on. This is it's always. It's always flattered to be asked people to do this kind of thing so throw throw that the wall. I'm even more thrilled. That you said yes and i appreciate your time. Will you tell us. Paul for some people may not know but even people who do know you more specifically what industry are you in. What are you up to nowadays. Our broadcaster i worked for a cd. Atlantic halifax i'm a reporter slash anchor focusing a local news Basically might my story is this. I worked at atlantic Formerly atv for eighteen years as a reporter actor. I went off and worked for. Tsn for seven years seven and a half years had a great gig with them literally traveled the world travel north america on a weekly basis and then after doing that for about seven years went back to see atlantic almost three years ago and In a life filled with some mediocre decisions going back to see db atlantic was great decision. Because it's my home. It's my professional home. I to report and anchor in my community in front of people. I grew up alongside covering issues that matter to me and i just. I just feel the comfort zone. I feel very blessed and comfortable in this role in this stage of my life. Good will you bring us back. Paul was your very first job in after asking you to come on. I had a message. Was it yesterday now from your mom sharing trying to get in. She was checking you out and seeing seeing what you're up doing was messaging me. What was your first job growing up as a as a preteen a teen unrelated to what you're doing now selling lemonade selling baseball cards. What was the first thing you did to make her. Attempt to make a buck out. I had a paper for rocks herald. That was back in grade six. Which one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. I was fifty one years old. So the summer of the year of eighty slash eighty one. That school year mcglade. Six year. I had a paper route and so thin fax from august until the next september. It was a morning paper and it was too hard There's no other way saying it was because if there is really get a blizzard five in the morning you have to deliver the papers. And i'd walk around with his bag papers so in the summertime when the sun was shining the birds chirping even as ten year old. There's a neat way to start my day. It was very peaceful tranquil. But i remember like literally getting up on school mornings at five in the morning and walking in snow up to my hips and delivering paper. Vapors very unsafe by today's standards. I would never let my ten year. Old son go into a blizzard But i thought. I found it too hard. I just i mean. There's i'd love to tell you that there was a great reason why i didn't do it anymore. But it was just too damn heart. So i stopped doing it. That was my very first job. Will you and i are speaking before we started recording and mentioning sackville drive. I lived on sackville drive. And i did. I delivered the daily news in grade. Six until i got fired because it was too. I was throwing the papers away thinking. Nobody is reading these things. Why my expert small world. My dad was the managing editor of the daily. So i i remember you buy. You can't my house and sat at the kitchen. Table is like okay brian. Maybe this is not for you. Okay sir funny too funny my goodness so you receive in paper routes calm and i think it's good for people to hear people who have children. I mean as you rightly said some jobs are probably not as safe as what we thought they were back then so we may consider something else but having our kids If there's a kid who listens to this is there's nothing wrong with good getting out there and working whether it's a lemonade. Stand or delivering something. Nowadays there might be a new way to deliver or do something with social media or something just as a kid but what. What did you start to do as you got older. Maybe in middle school and high school in terms of work i Good question. I in grade. Eleven job at ben's bakery on pepper street in halifax those another hard job. I was on. So i go to school monday to friday. And then on saturday and sunday. I'd have to get up at seven in the morning. Said no sleeping in during the school year to be at work at eight thirty to work eight thirty to four thirty benz bakery and cleaning the ovens and all the baking equipment. That get just filthy during the week and i did that for most of the great By the grace of god by the grace of god a broken ankle a gym class. Linda playing basketball and so i had to take time off work and again this happened. Today it'd be probably a workplace violation but back then. It was just more sophisticated time when they said they said to be. Okay at louis. You broke your ankle even offer two months. We hired somebody your place. Don't come back. They never stayed. You're fired the job. distortive evaporate. This is thirty five years ago. I hold no no grievance grudge against benz. It was just. It was just the way it was and i was so relieved because they didn't know how to quit the job. It was so hard my parents probably like the fact is working. But i was. I remember in february. I be like oh my god. I've i've been working and going to school for ninety one straight days because you go to school. Monday to friday cited sunday monday to friday i was exhausted and this went on and on and on so that was a tough
Girl using lemonade stand to fund brain surgery is in recovery
"For Girl done right here in Boston. Seven year old girl who used a lemonade stand to help raise $12,000 for her own brain surgery is now in recovery After a successful operation. The family also raised more than $300,000 online. Liza Scott's mother says the surgery at Boston Children's Hospital was uneventful and she might need to undergo more procedures down the road. Lies volunteered to help raise money for expenses not covered by insurance with a lemonade stand set up in the family Bakery in suburban Birmingham, Alabama. Jennifer Keiper. CBS News Paradise can be expensive. Hawaii is considering what would be
Kate Erickson on Creating a Content Production Plan
"Cates. Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with well. Fire nation so excited to be on the mic with you today. John thanks for inviting me on the show super happy to be here and one thing that i believe about being successful that i think a lot of people would probably disagree with is the fact that you do not have to even have like ever experienced anything entrepreneurial in your life up until the point that you decide to commit to becoming a successful entrepreneur. I don't think you have to have that experience or like have grown up working. Lemonade stands or any of that stuff. That i typically hear from entrepreneurs was their childhood. Unlike many never did any of that stuff. That's you and me both. By the way. I was in fact what i consider quite a lazy as a child growing up i was like as long as i have twenty bucks in my pocket. That's all i need. A dollar more will be a waste of my time and energy. So let's go to the movies or south things so with you on that. Not born in entrepreneur but it is possible for anybody who wants it and fire nation. Speaking of wanting it's part of wanting it's going to be creating a content production plan because that's going to be part of succeeding in that want. And of course. I am brought. I have brought the engine of entrepreneurs on fire to rock the mic on this topic. We're gonna be getting into her. Insanely awesome seven step content production plan. But before we do. Let's give people a little context because you went from account executive at an advertising and marketing agency to being the engine on fire. So let's just chat about those first few months in the business and what. It was like finding your way as an entrepreneur. Yeah i mean. Does it super on topic. I guess with my belief that you know. I don't really know a ton about entrepreneurship. When i left my job and joined you on team and so those first few months were like drinking from a fire hose. My eyes were popping out of my head. Half the time there so much terminology and things that i was learning that i just. I didn't even know that they existed. So those first few months were a little. I guess i would say maybe a little overwhelming just from the respect of i wanted to be quote unquote caught up so fast and like so badly to wear like i just wanted to understand everything so really had to take a step back and kind of coach myself through which john you helped him with many times. It's like i wanted to be at step one hundred but i needed to be okay with the fact that i was at step one and Taking a step back and appreciating like the little steps in the little lessons that i was learning knowing that those would all add up and bring me to step one hundred eventually. That was really key in helping me at one. Enjoy the journey and two. I just feel like. I was able to absorb things a lot better. I feel like it served me really well to take the time to learn those things even though as anxious and wanted to skip ahead But to really take the time to learn those things. Because then when i did get to step fifty i mean very few times. Do i feel. I've had to like reverse engineer my myself like back to a lesson that i quote unquote skipped. Because i really didn't get much took the time to learn the things to you know. Make myself better and learn how to be a great entrepreneur.
7-Year-Old Girl Raises More Than $330,000 to Pay for Brain Surgery At Boston Children's Hospital
"Last summer seven year. Old liza scott opened up a lemonade. Stand at her mom's bakery near birmingham alabama. She spent her on. Well exactly what you might expect with. Strike the fancy of a seven-year-old girl new toys and sequined high heels months later this bouncy little girl is still in business but now the money is going toward something entirely different. Something very serious. Actually listen carefully here and you will hear a reference to a brain thing. But what's the money going to go for grain thing. Yeah what she's talking about here. Is the brain surgery. She faces next week at boston. Children's hospital as it turns out. Liza had been suffering a series of seizures and doctors determined cerebral malformations. Were the cause. Her mom elizabeth said that liza was not expected to help with these. 'cause she just wanted to her little stand brought in more than twelve thousand dollars in just a few days time. Nearly all of it through donations and our efforts have helped to raise broader awareness of her situation. Friends family. others who've been touched lies a story. They have already donated more than three hundred thousand dollars
7-year-old Alabama girl helps to fund her own brain surgery
"A seven year old Alabama girl is helping to raise money for her own brain surgery little Liza Scott was diagnosed with brain malformations earlier this year she'll have the first of what could be several operations Monday in Boston her mom Elizabeth says the family learned that even their good medical insurance wouldn't cover all the expenses little Liza wanted to help so she set up a lemonade stand their mothers bakeries savages bakery in suburban Birmingham so far she's taken in more than twelve thousand dollars in donations mom also set up an online fundraiser bringing in more than three hundred thousand dollars I'm Rita Foley
Etsy Crushes Estimates, Revenue More than Doubling
"Nc blowing past earnings expectations revenue more than doubling in the most recent quarter online retailer. One of the big pandemic winter shares up more than three hundred percent over the past year. And it's the biggest premarket gain earned the snp right now joining us to talk about the quarter and the outlook ahead job. Silverman ceo of esi. Josh it's great to see you this morning. You just had this blowout quarter. Let's talk about what you think. The future looks like and i ask in large part because i think we're all hoping that we're about to get into a post pandemic world that may bode well for some and may bode well for others. That's right well. Twenty twenty was a spectacular year for it was a time when circumstance met preparedness and millions and millions of people discovered for the first time or maybe rediscovered at sea At a time when they hadn't been in a long time and she's the kind of business that gets better as it gets bigger So more buyers means more sellers more sellers more buyers which makes the marketplace a whole lot better so to your point You know none of us really know what twenty twenty one brings. None of us have a crystal ball. But if i look at Twenty twenty ecommerce grew at an the crazy rate. Ecommerce grew it over forty percent year-on-year and yet oetzi grew two and a half times the rate of commerce. So i don't know what e commerce is going to do in twenty twenty one. But but i hope and believe that we'll be able to continue to outpace ecommerce overall in terms. Though of the way you think the shopping experience takes place you think by default the growth. You think i mean your how. What's the chance of the same kind of growth next year for example. Well i on the On the bull side of people we tend to forget. There's a lot of people even in twenty nine thousand nine who star shopped almost exclusively amal. Who never shopped online. So millions of people started shopping online and twenty twenty. Who hadn't before and they they loved it. It was convenient and interesting. And so we've brought a lot of people into e commerce warrant there before i'm the bear side during the pandemic can't spend on travel. They can't spend on dining so they're spending a disproportionate share of wallet retail and when they're spending on retail they go to the mall so they're spending a disproportionate amount on e commerce. So what. i don't know what. I don't know that any of us know is what's going to happen to consumer spending overall as you know as as restrictions ease what i do know though is if look over the long term if you're looking at twenty twenty two twenty twenty three and beyond ecommerce bigger and stronger and will be bigger and stronger. I believe as a result. Josh as you know. Musk tweeted on january twenty six. I hope you've saved the tweet. I kinda love at see. How much was that tweet worth. You think this quarter trades on the fundamentals and has always traded on the fundamental so at the time that he sent that tweet. Oetzi stock price went up. I forget the amount. But i think we gained a billion and a half two billion dollars market at four two hours and then the stock price settled right back down to where it started before the tweeting by the way. He's tweeting about the fact that he loves the marketplace tweeting about a product that he bought for his dog. Which which i love. But you know we trade on the fundamentals and i think it's so important that we keep talking about the fundamentals and i hope that's always traits on the fundamentals. Not on some story. That's that's other than that. You thinking at all about accepting bitcoin not right now i'm holder. I've held bitcoin for six or seven years. Now i think on the theory that i think it can be an interesting store of value. It could be an interesting tender. Some david need a whole lot more people to buy an own it before. I think it's really useful for people as as a and then. Finally i wanted to ask you about how you see the marketplace world versus the website or store world given the successive shoplifting. By how many of you are small. Businesses are both on on your service and also developing their own. And what does that mix look like for you know. Many of our sellers will also have their own shop. The challenges creating your own shop today is is is creating a lemonade. Stand in the desert right. It's harder and harder for an individual site to rise above the noise and become a brand that people can remember all the trends. I see is you know. We're consolidating fewer and fewer large e commerce platforms. And that's because the human brain can only remember somebody brands. We can only keep four five six eight brands in mind for everything else. We've got to go to google and we'd better go to facebook and if you're downstream google facebook then they're going to be the ones who get all of the economics so i don't think it's likely that there's going to be two billion thriving individual places to go buy things and years from now. I think there's going to be a handful. So the job of that seeing is to create a brand that stands for something that's meaningful and all of our sellers as a result
Can You Build a Business Alone?
"Can you build a business alone totally by yourself? Well, the simple answer is yes but what kind of business you could literally open eliminate stand in your front yard and that's considered technically a business providing a product for a fee you make lemonade youth set up the table you sell it. The fee done deal but we obviously are not talking about lemonade stand. We're talking about a business that could actually stain your lifestyle and make it a comfortable one. You know if you're going to go into business and start something and really work hard on you WanNa make sure it's worth your while. So has the potential to make you financially free. Is this possible. Yes, it is. But there are caveats and we'll talk about they are in a moment. This can be done. I've seen it done and I've done it myself where I literally ran the whole business by myself. No external help not even a freelancer no external services nothing. Just software and my time it was a services business. I was creating business websites on wordpress for Mike cline since is over a decade ago and I did everything myself the marketing the sales, the service, the actual craft of building the website, the maintenance the the customer calls the invoicing, the financing everything, and I've seen a lot of entrepreneurs start out this way, and this is what's called being self employed. This is not being an entrepreneur, an entrepreneur somebody who leverages resources and time in order to produce results for their customers and to be free. Of the business meaning that they can step away from it for a month or two, not do a single lick of work and the business continues to go because they have teammates they have pleased they have people working on things. The system goes they build the system they make the hires the put in the assets they put in all the things they need to do so that it runs by itself that's what an entrepreneur really is. A self employed person is somebody who actually works for themselves. Very similar to what I was doing when I was doing my business consulting firm and I was building websites. This is very similar to somebody who's a doctor and running their own clinic, a chef that runs her own restaurant there the business owner and the talent, and the really the product. They're really the the thing they're selling the service, but it is technically a business but one of the things I've learned really early on about twenty years ago is a big difference was self. Employed person and an entrepreneur I learned this from Robert Kiss Sakis Rich Dad poor dad his book and he has this four quadrant system that talks about like you please you have self employed you have entrepreneurs and you have investors and really these are the four ways people make money in this world and the top two quadrants are the employed and self employed in the bottom two quadrants are entrepreneur and investor, and you really WanNa be on the bottom quadrants because those two quadrants. Leverage Time Leveraged Talent. They're not exchanging their time for money. So I worked in my business building I saw the people. But when I was not doing that I wasn't earning money, there's no way I could step away from it because my clients wouldn't get what they paid for. So let's just flat out say, yes, this is possible but you're going to have to do as a self employed person because that's how it works. You have to hire somebody else you have to empower somebody else to do that work for you. In order for you to be free of that attachment to the business or attachment to delivering that service or delivering that product. Now having said that that's still a business being self employed is still a business and might enjoy that you might like that kind of business people that love control and love their craft will love this type of business. Now, I am of the opinion even if you love your craft photographer, you can benefit with some key hires a manager somebody who deals your finances someone had to go she your rates. Somebody to build your website all that kind of stuff is worth having people hired either as a freelancer or as an employee or part time to help you just focus on your craft as a photographer and not deal with the other logistical things because that's your magic sauce, right? That's that's your. Special talent and you should focus on that as a service provider. But even if you didn't, you can still run that business. Now having said that again, there's limitations. There's only so far. You can take that business when I was building. For my clients, I was pretty inexpensive the beginning, but then I raised my prices raise prices. But even if I raised my prices to an astronomical amount, let's say for example, I was charging forty or fifty thousand dollars a website I would need at least six weeks to create that website and deliver it to the client and receive my fifty grand. So even if I was charging fifty grand a website, I can really only bring on about eight clients a year given you know. Holiday season things like that, and that's not bad. But at the end of the day, I cannot make more than four hundred, thousand dollars a year in revenue, which is a great number. You know that's not a bad number as a pretty healthy business in revenue but that's basically my ceiling. I, don't have any more hours in the day I. Don't have any more weeks in the year and if I don't WanNa leverage my time and I don't want to hire somebody that's my ceiling.
Washington, DC - Maryland family’s quarantine garden is thriving, so they’re giving away free produce
"At home during the pandemic, decided to plant a backyard garden. Things and it grew so much a lot of produce on their hands, and they're giving it away for free and trying to raise money for charity to Andrew Camilla and his 11 year old daughter. Kaylin originally planned a small garden, but they won't up with lots of plants searching raspberries, too. Butternut squash or strawberries. That's just some of it. As we kind of got a little carried away with ourselves. We realized that we were gonna have enough. Produce toe, you know, feed a small army, so they set up a farm stand in their front yard in Crofton to give away the produce and ask people if they're willing and able to donate to Alex's lemonade stand, Kalen says. I sit out there with the big chair. And we have a little fruit baskets with the vegetables and produce that we have ran out earlier this week, but we'll have more when ripe and ready. Read Maura w t
Lululemon Athletica: Chip Wilson (2018)
"So it used to be that the clothes you wore to the gym. Were like the absolute worst clothes you owned. You know the radio T. shirt. You got for free at some event sweatpants with your high school logo. You know the kind of short shorts Dr J. would have worn on the basketball court anyway. Most of this apparel was cotton-based Baggy. Didn't look so great in honestly. Nobody really cared. You had one job to do which was to sweat at the gym but at some point in the past ten or fifteen years all of that changed because suddenly the clothes you wore to work out. We're also the clothes you can wear to the grocery store or at a restaurant or even at work so for better or worse people were wearing their gym clothes outside of the gym on purpose and this trend it was called at leisure and chip Wilson. He was one of its pioneers. The brand he built out of his house in Vancouver is now worth more than fourteen billion dollars. Now before I go on let me just address. The elephant in the room chip has said some things that are well. How do I put this rude and Borish? He's put his foot in his mouth on several occasions. He's embarrassed the company and you will hear about some of that later on in the show. But he's also an open book and open to getting grilled all about his life. He's not a cautious media. Trains soundbites guy which is in part. What makes him interesting? Because that's sort of how chip grew up without any pretension middle class. Kid and Calgary. Canada chip was athletic. He played hockey and football. His Dad taught phys ed at the local high school and his mom was a seamstress she lived for it. It's were total passion was. She tried to make clothing for the kids. But of course we didn't. We'd never liked what she made for us. But you know if I want to spend time with my mom. It had to be editor foot in the sewing room. Until did you learn how to sew like from an early age. I can definitely so but more so I think it was working with the butterick patterns and watching my mum lay them down on the fabric and then and then how she moved them and twisted them in order to save fabric. I always say how important that is because once I got into big production and you'd lay fifty to one hundred layers of fabric down when you can save even five six seven inches a fabric that can mean thousands of dollars now before chip would go onto so and designed clothes for a living. He actually got his first real job at an oil company working a grueling incredibly lucrative job on the Alaska oil pipeline for almost two years. How much did you walk away with? How much cash interesting in? Today's dollars probably about six hundred thousand one hundred seventy five thousand. American is amazing amazing. Nineteen you were just given this cash. And that's simply because there was all this money to work on the Alaska oil by blood. I guess right and trade my life in for money I mean there was no girls. There was nothing there except for work so I also wonder you know if everyone got that opportunity with they have made the same thing out of it. I did a pretty good use your eighteen nineteen or twenty with a bunch of cash. So what did you? What did you do with the money? Well it all had three goals in Alaska when stolen my own house by the age of twenty To be in my own business by the age of thirty and retired by forty and retirement meaning that I was doing exactly what I wanted to do so so I did. I bought a house and then I Finished up my degree and I worked for an oil company. And this is an oil company Second in Calgary right because you you moved back there some Roy right and I guess in like the late seventies right Pretty much at around the time you graduate college or you start to make shorts like baggy shorts for men year. Because I didn't have to get it what it was like. At that time. Men were very short shorts. That were very very tight. You know you only have to look at movies from from the late seventies to get that kind of picture and And they made a lot of sense to me because I had very big legs and I was. I think because I was working out three times a day. I was always in a constant sweat and the idea of wearing shorts. Full-time was very appealing to me. Yeah and so you and these were like flower printed like loud Hawaiian like trader. Joe's like those shirts like that's what the shorts looked like. Yeah exactly but we have to see it in context that there was nothing like that before everything else. Was that era of Brown rust off color. Okra yellow like solid colors. There was no brightness in the world at all that time so that was a radical. Look so I started because I couldn't get loud flowered prints in two thousand meters which is kind of what a person needs to go into business. I started doing what my mom did. She quilted fabric so I would get masses of different types of patterns of fabric and then cut them into squares and then I would quilt them and then in order to keep the stability that I put up packing on it of black fabric. And then I realized I had reversible shorts so normally were they long and Begi and reversible. They just really revolutionized shorts. And then the skateboarder started taking them on because it kind of covers their knees even know about them. Did you start to sell them somewhere? Well I mean that's the invention of vertical retailing because I made about three hundred pairs of shorts up in nineteen eighty and I went to the big department stores here in Canada and they would have nothing to do with them so I had my first inventory problem so I thought what am I going to do so I basically set up a lemonade. Stand for the shorts. And in in Calgary in the downtown mall at Calgary and I had a partner girlfriend at the time and so we did that together and we would lay all the shorts out and then they would make like a thousand dollars a day selling the shorts and has making like a hundred and twenty dollars the oil company so it was tough to figure out the math of that and what these will not swimming shorts. What who would wear the shorts? What would you be doing while wearing shorts? Well these particular shorts you know. I couldn't release. It was tough in the oil business of conservative Calgary where people were practice suits and cowboy boots to them on loud begi shorts and so I originally called them barbecue shorts because I needed to give men needed an excuse to wear them. I knew they wanted to wear them. But as you know a couple of years went on and that's again that's when the skateboarding market took over from the surf market and the young boys you know like tend to eighteen started wearing them so this is this is one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. You've got barbecue shorts by the way the barbecue season in Calgary fairly short like a couple of weeks again forty days forty days. You've forty days or these shorts. And Calgary I mean not a brilliant marketing move but it worked people were like our barbecue and so nineteen eighty and then but at the same time you were still working for this oil company on the side or or. You're doing this and how long before you quit the oil company. Well ahead my goal of quitting being in my own business by thirty so I worked through company for five years and quit on my birthday. Your thirtieth birthday exactly. Did you create brand? Around around the barbecue shorts. Yeah I I called it. West Beach Which at the time was I think it's probably from being in San Diego whereas young and probably the the incredible feeling I had from living on the beach every day minute a little bit. Yeah when I was a little kid. And I being in Calgary. All's wanted to get back to the beach. I want to get back to the west coast. I think that's where I felt best. So that was the brand I built up around
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman's 'Making It' Is the Perfect Holiday Treat
"Making it is a show that started last year It's a competition for Makers people who do crafts mostly or woodworking or really all sorts of different things and and It's hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman from parks and REC so of course automatically we love it and I think we really enjoyed the season last year. We we had some quibbles but it was fun and the person we wanted to win one so that was great and now here we are a year later later with season to which they are doing instead of on a weekly basis on a daily basis. it's going to be four days this week and an-and three days next week with a two hour finale right the whole thing is going to be over and done with in two weeks and perhaps because of that I mean I know. Last year's was pretaped also. It was made very clear a number of times at least in in people's instagram posts. Or whatever that the thing had already finished in somebody had already won it but it wasn't quite so obvious this time they're really leaning into it all like the the bumpers the intros and stuff like that are all showing things that we're going to be saying the competition so that's weird to me any. It's weird to watch a competition show. That's already been decided. Considering most of the judging shows we've watched maybe that would be a good idea. Maybe take sit down and say okay. This is GonNa win. Let's work backwards right but You know usually they least try to make some suspense mm-hmm or some idea that it could be anybody's thing at the beginning right which I mean it was when they were filming it so it's just a quibble. It's just just a little jarring to me. But they have a very appealing bunch of makers I think with a lot of different styles and I really liked this group. I like the stuff. They were doing Last year I really was not happy with the judges. I didn't like a lot of the things they said I. He didn't like a lot of their decisions. And then I was following all the makers on instagram and wants. The competition was over. They were all singing. The praises of the Judges Nice. They wore how helpful they were. Clearly lots of stuff was going on off camera. Yeah that made me feel a lot. Better about them And that just what they shows to show made them look like jerks so I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt this year. That and then today Louis Gentle today a yeah I mean they were very positive. I thought in general they were. Yeah it was so positive that when they said something not positive to somebody I thought made it seem even that much more harsh because like you know if you if you're just praising eight of them unequivocally and then say to one person but we're expecting expecting better. Why are you being mean to her right? It's like giving one person sit tens when he makes yes. We're we're still smarting from dancing with the stars apparently But the first challenge is very cute. They're all making different kinds of foods. I I thought all of them were just adorable and very nicely done. Yeah very interesting. I was happy for the kid to winners in nineteen year old kid in this competition. Who is excited to meet Amy Nick as I would be and just very cute and very sweet? I wish he hadn't played the bullying card on the first episode. But you know you never know how long you're going around right. There's only six get seven. Well it depends. I six seven seven or eight depending on how you count the finale right. What I you know I'm on team him. That's just just have the nerve to come into something like this at that age. Good for him So he won that first challenge and then the second challenge is to make something reminiscent of their childhoods. I guess and one person made a credential Danza and one person made a share and one person made this giant shoe structure The kid made made a lemonade. Stand those big projects like were huge. That seems how much time do they out to do. That's impressive in in that that they sent home it was because she totally ran out of time. She just been off way more than she can chew. She could have done the same project project. Yeah on a smaller size. Yes the flesh it. Other people built furniture. She could attach a bunch of Clothes pins in the same amount. It was like five thousand clothes pins I mean she put up a front. It's this is. This is shows my complete fleet lack of knowledge on certain things would seem to me like building a credential or a chair will take a fantastic amount of time take more time than than fascinating even even five thousand clothes pins. I loved by the way the fact that everybody was helping or yes. That's one thing I like about this. Show what they seem to all help each other. That's it's a really fun part of it and then somebody like Mehta laid. I mean I guess. The weaving takes time. But you put up a woven wall hanging next to do. Have I mentioned a credential. It doesn't seem to be an equal amount of effort but then again I guess if you're a woodworker it's weaving. Something would take an incredible amount of effort right. Although woodworker lady has been doing it she keeps mentioned. She's only been doing it for a short while so uh-huh and she's an engineer for her day. Job Yes yes these beaming interesting way. Jobs fighter jets so of all the most of the stuff at the in the second challenge was really cool Even the clothes pin thing would have been really cool if she could have gotten it all done right And and the thing that one was fine it was a room divider her. It was cool looking but I was. I was a little surprised. The lender welcomed by it But apparently it may be one of those things that in person it looks more impressive than it does on TV. It'd be there were textures. That didn't really come out. Let she seems very nice happy that she won but but yeah some of the other stuff was crazy and yes the little robot things that was very cool cool instagram account. That guy his wife isn't it wife. I think it's his wife Anyway I enjoy one thing. I recommend people if you're watching making it and you're on instagram. Follow all of the makers It's really fun to see their see a lot of their stuff and see their personalities and they're all so excited to be on this thing and then afterwards you get to see you you know you get some light behind the scene stories about it. So that's something I did last year and really enjoyed it and I'm doing again this year
Soccer, Eugene And Eleven Year discussed on Mark Mason
"No you top police are are saying an eleven year old boy why shocking soccer is alive who's did you do that soccer when the when they set up a lemonade stand and there at the on the sign at the top of lemonade stand on the side of the end of the street that I mean this kid was in the advertising he knew I mean he please cut cut cars coming down the the road and they saw the sign that didn't say laminated said ice cold beer nice yeah when the people pull up you guys all well you know I got root beer here for what it somebody called the cops we call the cops why are you kidding no because they drive by and there's a kid so the status is ice cold beer on it and they're going like this isn't right and you know do you can't be selling beer to drivers on a drive through a thing that's not right either so somebody called the cops the cops show up and that they call the boy in genius course in Eugene the other is a business was quite brisk it's that yet though and the wholesome root beer it's the whole loss leader thing is that sorry we already sold out of the regular beer but if you'd like some lemonade a root beer I have that for you that's a good bait and switch of it the business was brisk and it picked up even more after the Cup
Texas officially legalizes kids' lemonade stands
"And new law in Texas means kids won't break the law, when they set up an unlicensed lemonade Stam governor, Greg, Abbott signing a law today, barring communities from blocking kids from selling lemonade and other non alcoholic drinks on private property this became an issue back in two thousand fifteen when police and Overton shutdown a lemonade stand being run by two sisters trying to raise money to buy their data Father's Day
Will Brexit ever actually happen?
"Britain, leaving the European Union. Well, let me give you the short story on it. I wouldn't let these people run a lemonade stands. It's been two years and four months, June, July, July August. Two years and five months since they voted on it. And I don't think they've even not only put the puzzle together. I think they just took the puzzle out of the box in trying to figure it out. So beats the heck out of me. Now, there's been a lot of talk that breakfast isn't meaningful and this that and the other thing, I don't know. I think there's a component. That's it's important. Will it get done? I don't know. And you know, I don't care.
India's Ola to launch in Britain as Uber rivalry heats up
"Regal is there the construction elevator snaking sixty five stories up the outside of one dalton is noisy but he gets the job done taking boston mayor marty walsh up to check out the view after the building is topped off that is the last beam latam place it up uh skyline more anything i it just shows grow boston's growth it shows where we're heading as as the world class city international city and spoke with developer john fish as we were i'd i with the pru directly across the straight of the high rise billings of every appropriate densities i think is important big one of the biggest challenge we have to keep an eye on his affordable housing who can build all these beautiful building but we have to we have to take care of people on top Top of one Dalton Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty by the way to developer says. From the highest point you can see, as far as the Boston Harbor. Even Charles river from the berkshires. The White Mountains and on a nice clear day you can even see all the way down to Cape Cod in North Carolina police say a kid selling. Lemonade Saturday in, town of Monroe was robbed they. Call it a, new low nine year old Mark David says the thieves us what looked like. A gun and took seventeen dollars in cash box Union, County sheriff's spokesman Tony Underwood says they found a camouflage. Hat along with a black BB handgun and a stolen metal ten in the nearby woods working, with neighbors were looking for, surveillance camera video anything that might lead us through their densification of this person deputies also believe the suspect left a bicycle. And a brush for his getaway. And in Rhode Island police shut down a children's lemonade stand and Newport's famed cliff walk citing, a local ordinance that's, aimed at keeping the trail commercial free the kids Reportedly were not charging. For the lemonade but we're accepting donations a police officer was captured on video saying they had to move, along the department says it is, not hunting lemonade. Stands but defended the officer the, ordinance currently banned all concessions on cliff walk including by people accepting tips for free, items by the way the. Cliff walk is the most visited tourist. Attraction in Rhode Island WBZ news time to fifty. Two. And now this story a national shortage of a lifesaving drug has apparently only gotten worse no. One knows how many. Kids carry epipens in their backpacks emergency treatment in the event of an allergic reaction but in case after case families are having, trouble finding epipens Megan Brunson lives in suburban Dallas. This is really a bigger issue than just me trying to. Get a prescription for my son her eleven year old son has a peanut allergy that could threaten, his, life she bit the bullet, skip the insurance and. Found a, supplier of injectable medication before the start of the school, year Jim. Ryan ABC ABC news from horse and buggy to more traditional right. Shares across the pond Indian ride hailing service Ola, is stepping up its. Entire international expansion with ongoing plans to launch an, a UK its, second overseas market the company. Has one operating, licenses for South Wales as well as Greater Manchester the app based company says it will be offering. Private cars as well, as Britain's famed black taxis Ola says it is working closely with. Local authorities to expand across Britain by the end of this, year the company's ambitions and goals are to set. And to add pressure on, Uber in Britain where it.
Facebook, Apple, YouTube and Spotify take down Alex Jones content
"To your needs this is a free market, if people wanna do business with the NRA the NRA needs to make it worth their while and they will do business with them if nobody wants to, do business with them and then go. Under then they had a failing business model they didn't come up with something that was compelling enough, to have people wanna give them any money We'll see what happens there it is a lawsuit claiming out I don't know what the damages are asking for standby, in the same vein Alex Jones I. Don't know if you've ever listened to info wars or Alex Jones here's a little taste of that A very powerful article. Up on info wars dot com News wars dot com right now by Paul Joseph, Watson, remember, they, want this information suppressed the real reason apple Facebook Spotify and YouTube, band info wars on the same day, on eight six This is what election meddling looks like, okay Congressman how do you? Get your voice to sound like that is I really want to know that is that. I just don't, know, how, you. Get voice. So basically Facebook YouTube apple Spotify they're taking, they're taking him down saying that info wars and Alex Jones has, violated their user agreements repeatedly by with. Quote unquote, hate speech against Muslims or transgender you know this is the. Guy who says sandy hook is. A hoax and he's being sued over that I believe he's still has one podcast out of his six, still up on the I. Tunes podcasts door but everything's being taken down if you go onto the info wars website, now and try to click on his videos it'll take you to YouTube and it, says every. Single time video not available video not available now he has two. Point four million subscribers to his YouTube channel so YouTube is losing money over that because. They've taken down a pretty healthy sized channel Alex Jones has. That you, heard him started go into, it there. Said it's basically these companies again private enterprises they. Have the right to choose who they. Want To, do business with are coming. After him because he has supported President Trump and that he is accused them of election, meddling he also thinks it's a bad precedent where they can now be judge and, jury on. Who gets to be on there and who doesn't interesting interesting precedent. To watch are they are they impeding on his free speech if they are a private. Entity and he is engaging in hate speech which goes against. Their user, agreements something tells me it'll, be more. Money to be made for lawyers when we return Whole lot of terror, in the skies we've, got, that Senate and a plane crash which we are will update you on airline pilots are. Protesting a study that would allow cargo planes okay no passengers cargo to have only one human pilot on, board and the other pilot would be on the ground and a woman booted. 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Criticizing religious leaders Police are looking for a teenager. In North Carolina, who robbed a lemonade stand for seventeen dollars a Union County, sheriff's spokesman says the guy pulled a gun on a nine year. Old boy selling lemonade. In front of his house on Saturday and took his cash okay I'm sorry this is when the pope is wrong about the death penalty back.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
"Yeah i mean certainly i work with venture capitalists and angel investors which are angel investors are typically friends and family of founders of companies they are not fools but you know sometimes also there are people who don't have a lot of experience with investing so that's that's kind of at little caesars is a way of defusing is like tongueincheek with the out of love it's a lot of love is unlikely god for investing in my fledgling business than has no evidence that will ever exactly it's so this is typically not a public stock this is a company that is just beginning that it has some sort of ownership structure to it right and it can take various forms and so on so so that somebody who's not actually operating the business then offers some money to the person who is actually offering the business they in exchange take of ownersh an ownership portion of the business run on to know the got its ownership is divvied up a bit arden none of his business turns out to be pretty successful this little limited standing though its growing like crazy in thrown off regular cashflow and they've got all sorts of growth opportunities and that the cash is coming in but they could use more cash and put it to work if they could get it and so what they might do with the lemonade stand now they've got a track record for several years of success is they might uh they have they have a choice of where they would get the capital in one of those choices is to take the company public that's what we call it they go through an initial public offering their register the stock with the sec the securities exchange.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast
"And we would we promise you guys last are we talk about how to get started i mean how do you how do you begin where's the beginning and all that because we've been talking for lots of podcasts about you know how it's done but how do you start yet just really obvious probably questions of do you need an account to start purchasing stocks on the public markets assume you do like how basic should we get here i am talking extremely basic i know some of these answers but i've also gotten questions from other friends of mine of just really like what on earth do you do so i would love to go through this question we need to go all the way into like what is a stock her how far deepened released we will listen each of us have some idea what a stockings who cleared if you want to explain be my guest we could we just in general maybe i should just say that if you were to start a business like let's say the classic lemonade stand you know you'd go out and you would need some money to get the stand and some lemons and some sugar and water as cops and you'd have to capitalize your business in order to begin that and so sometimes if you just a kid you don't have any money see capitalize it for mom and dads money they become investors in your lemonade stand and so they allow business started up with what we call the three offs friends family and fools so money for money from the three us you know that well and because daniel is is an expert in emerging company law and that's surprises i practice yeah which is another way of saying.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"They had obeyed themselves were gonna benefit from this shift this change of working well together and that they weren't doing it just to please you and they weren't doing it just despite the other they were doing it selfdestructively um i mean you know i've matthew wants to get stoned azzam time that's his business i could care less i could care less but matthew not being around to get ex sheet from the top floor of millet could make a sale and get a commission so matthew get his paycheck next week that self destructive paid ed milli wasn't gonna win any friends by treating him like 'der landing at arrest on her why would he go get her that she so you know that was an i never really thought of added frankly trouble speaking with you right now when i think that was really the first application of leadership weren't by do now and that was over thirty that was thirty years ago so i want actually go even further back in because you started this you started as a business school and you know is a school you're you're you're you're pasture 20s at an early on where you the person that organized the gives no playgrounds or had a lemonade stand or ran for student office or reuser of i know holding yourself back in observing the room and not necessarily be out in front like what was what was your take on that and did anyone encourage you to do something early ship way.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This is such a great follow up because there are times the government interferes in life the just absolutely eats at me like when i talked about the poor child who got arrested for having the lemonade stand and how ridiculous that was will now i have a follow up for you when i talk asked about the people who were arrested for selling baked goods in the state of wisconsin and wisconsin has a law that makes it a crime for you to sell homemade breads brownies pies anything like that and so anyway these people went to court against the state of wisconsin and one the state was still defiant and tried to get the judge to say that this only applied to the people who had gotten in trouble for baking goods and the judge said nope nope this extends to all other individuals in the state of wisconsin you are free to sell baked goods not to get around laws but if you're doing a baked goods sale it's a tiny when you're doing it for a fundraiser whatever you don't have to have any kind of oversight from this state of wisconsin and it is so ridiculous good estate would interfere in people's lives like that and i saw an item there are only two states they were doing this anyway but the individuals were facing a year in jail a year in jail four baking out of their own home tell me are we a country that should encourage entrepreneurship or should we try to squash entrepreneurs like a buck and there's no excuse for this state to say that you can't make goods selam at an event special event and now wisconsin since men set straight i think about all the walls around the country are set up specifically to crush entrepreneurship them one by one i'm going to bring light to those and we need to do.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on WTMA
"Eight zero one nine nine eight this is such a great follow up because very times government interferes in life that just absolutely eats at me like when i talked about the poor child who got arrested for having the lemonade stand and how ridiculous that was well now i have a foul up for you when i talked about the people who were arrested for selling baked goods in the state of wisconsin and wisconsin has a law that makes it a crime for you to sell homemade breads brownies pies anything like that and so any way these people went to court against the state of wisconsin and one st was still defiant and tried to get the judge to say that this only applied to the people who had gotten in trouble for baking goods and the judge said nope nope this extends to all other individuals in the state of wisconsin you are free to sell baked goods not to get around laws but if you're doing a baked goods say all it's a tiny when you're doing it for a fundraiser whatever you don't have to have any kind of oversight from this state of wisconsin and it is so ridiculous that state would interfere in people's lives like that and i saw an item the there are only two states they were doing this anyway but the individuals were facing a year in jail a year in jail four baking out of their own home now tell me are we a country that should encourage entrepreneurship or should we try to squash entrepreneurs like a book and there's no excuse for the state to say that you can't make goods selam at an event special event and now wisconsin's been set straight i think about all the walls around the country that are set up specifically to crush entrepreneurship and one by one i'm going to bring light to those and we.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"Hello are however you are you might not understand through because there's mouth is full of potato chips i was trying to swallow before we started that's what she said wave this isn't it makes sense though jigsaw after stirred the app i also welcome news sao brain candy had offered the bj joke right as an half an online not why not it is high time we started with a bjp you want him to stay on time episode 143 today this is another episode that we recorded already but totally got ruined because of our technical issues so we're doing it again lost episode i'd no idea we talked about this episode buildings let me give you a hand because this is the notes that i have left off graves exciting romance okay pigeons okay three five proposals magic scandal all k lemonade stand okay overweight flyers an goal hour two guys that nato that is a preview of the episode to come at is funny 'cause i tried to take notes during the show so that it can remember what to put in the newsletter in like what to say when we promoted and sometimes the notes are just make no sense what the hell is that like pigeons i have no memory i am trying to remember what we were talking about pigeons about but i believe is not we're talking about but somebody would set have you ever seen a baby pigeon amanda was no no miniature where the fuck are all do they is not look like pigeons they have.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"And and you really talk about the entrepreneurial journey in a way that's authentic and real and so there were i wanna start is like this idea of how entrepreneurs are made or they born to talks me a little bit about what you were childhood and how that shaped you well actually it's didn't start that way that i has gone up one day and here's the lemonade stand thickly let now i actually was i was really into issues around social justice i was raised by single mom my father passed away one in six years old and sell and i wanted to change the world and when i was going to college she said to me well you know i i i can't continue to pay for school and so here you know i'd been raceway single mom and you know money was a it was a concern so i thought well i thought i was going to actually be a psychologists so we can help people i wanted to help people you know again through ours i didn't know that at the time but yeah came in handy louis later on and so when i heard that she couldn't pay for school anymore i thought well being and psychologists going take me forever so i'll go into business and i thought i did a deal with the devil in fact my college may highschool friend my best friend neighbour we were both in too you know how do we changed the world and as she call we called each other up one day she was going for it to michigan state i was going to michigan and so she asked me in know heavy chosen your major and i said yeah you know i decided to go into business.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Of most populous cities and western civilization um so we get in your sort of ask yourself for this question well okay i guess everybody can open the lemonade stand fine we can have this the sidewalks littered with stands of people selling things and basically the businesses behind those sidewalks that are paying for licensure and bricks and mortar and all this other stuff for like hey how come we paying for all this stuff in your all of our businesses going out here to the people that have less overhead you let's pray for rain so they all have to go away pretty unlikely this scenario mark why do you think these laws exist well to protect the existing businesses that on competition because they had competition but there's also such a thing is private property so if somebody setting up their lemonade stand on your private property they have the absolute right to eject you from that particular location admittedly these are these regulations are an issue of croat tragedy of the comments certainly but there's a lot of common land out there people 'wander along and should it should i be able to impede the sidewalk my lemonade stand you may pass through my lemonade stand but you must look at my lemonade where's as you go exactly who don't they've probably say those were like honda i would say all kinds of things they would say i could have a stand on the sidewalk and you would be upset because i have a child no i think anybody should be able to have a lemonade stand fine on public land so i don't disagree with you right i'm just saying that this is a very syrup tissue seen what you're saying is going to happen happen like you know kids would lemonade stance has not resulted in adults would lemonade stand has not resulted in adults with root beer staff fans has not resulted in and you know that that hasn't happened what you're saying i don't know that it hasn't if you look at the early twentieth century new york city you will find that these regulations were put in place for this very reason ian because people where they had carts and horses and all this other stuff and they were trying to sell out in the the the businesses are like what we it's harder to compete with these people out here that are competing against us and don't have.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"The overhead but i don't see a big rush of people going to set up lemonade stand you out because they have a regulation the different european waved i thought you said that waving the regulation would result in the destruction of organized it waived the just waived the fine for this little girl they did not give this blank the girl a blanket waiver to set up eliminates stand for the rest of her life on on the street corner in london in this year's that he said we're they waving the fine not the prohibition gotcha all right so you believe that if so you're you're you're saying is not that if they don't this fallacy is what i believe are thing is if they don't enforce it or if the ordinance doesn't exist at all if well it consequently it would be the same thing if there's there's ordinances all over america that requires cities to have illuminating oil inspectors and they don't yes so that ordinance effectively does not exist if they do not enforcing ordinance have a prohibition against the enforcement of an ordinance for long enough the same thing happens if they have suddenly the you know the the street vendor freedom act kits pass than it happens a little faster because it gets press and people are like oh oh oh put a business bureau doing whatever on the street so i mean i do support the idea that you're talking about of people doing basically business disobedience and just not asking for permission you wanna do something just do it and you know put it out there put your hang out your uh you're shingle and advertiser services do it from your house i don't care i would i would want to see that happened because if enough people were to do it they wouldn't be able to enforce on everybody but unfortunately you know most people aren't going to do it because most people don't want to take that kind of risk they've already taken enough risks just opening their business and you know whatever investments were required to do that and they don't want to risk no crossing the.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"A virtual things are a beer like actual they are not all virtual thing can trade like lemon picking services for lemon making serb could okay so although imaginary making your market will be a little more limited if you have to go locally yet through for things so if you're talking about lemons yes and we are in this case the little girl that to got in trouble by the police in the uk for running lemonade stand one man at new statesman dot com tom is saying that he wants to see the police cracking down on these kids duncan hotter saul he says he's glad the lemonade stand guard shut down he's he's like get off your lawn the up and so what i was doing this pointing out how if the police choose not to enforce these laws that essentially it it it it it brings down the state because as i was that will unexplained until you all right so if you give a blanket anybody can open up a lemonade stand to sell their lemonade right because if you say well children can sell lemonade than well you are you telling me that what i'm thirteen years oleg bulletin open a lemonade stand when i'm fourteen ah canton and and at what point does it stop and start being okay do i have to bring my little brother by child for decoration to run the lemonade stand in if i'm running a lemonade stand up my son standing there what's the difference because the father was there for the half year old is you could imagine you're not leaving three and a half year old out there with a picture of a limited just handing it out buddy who unders by the one.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on KOIL
"The idea micro of dirty jobs he thinks the too many people are getting massive student debt and they're not getting any return for and he says that we don't have enough people learning by trade and so it sounds like you're barking up that same trait in the exactly it is i have something i can support my cell and go to school i didn't rush into debt i didn't rush into anything i didn't wanna do i'm still undecided and enrolled i'm going to school on my the upcoming polls master i wanna go to business school but you know the last year's figuring out do i want to continue to grow this morning business don't want to continue working on my part time job and make money i did maker do i wanna take the next step up we'll do it you got no problem from my perspective like how old are you i'm nineteen okay so cameron i'm now worried about you kamran like you got it going on you started up his new teens you totally know what you're doing obviously you're going to be a monster of business because you're like you know like you're the guy who created the lemonade stand in men barely made at work so you know whatever happens with you you're not the average student dino but i think people could learn from you the idea is similarly to to to to me like i said i took the year off after high school and it kind of kicked my but the idea was it wasn't that fun i remember looking around at the people beside me some of them were my age some of them are old and some of them more as kinda semi retired of working in a men's clothing store and i was just folding shirts and sweaters and and hanging up sport coats all day and i said to myself this to these people do this every day this is it from nine to five they punched the clock i you know i didn't want to do that so it kind of it made me think i maybe i wanna specialize in something and so oh that's what made me go to a communication school or whatever so the idea is you when you approach education from from the perspective.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"Uh so i can buy the ebook by me i flip through it and they had this concept of a chain or franchising lemonade stand cno today of be much bars but the fact that it was you know light get your own fresh breeze lemonade thing and i thought to myself 'why of always heard retailers in oh not not during easy so big that could wholesale lemonade you know anyway planted a seed in my mind and then this is sort of where the tension comes in literally a book fell off the shelf landed at my feet is literally true and the book was thinking grow rich by napoleon hill shirt great book and i picked it up in it was lightfoot it was like it it created all these conflicts me because i was dirt poor living from like meal the meal literally and and so the idea come having some money appealed to me but then all these things about carnegie in the industrialists and and i was already kind of the entire floor terry in and in alternative you know critique of the system so but it it created this sort of weird alchemy in me between by sort of deeper core values but also this this idea that you could do something by manifesting in on this by by kind of vision in things and then setting in motion which was sort of those some of those key principles that napoleon hill talked about.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And she's is a button the guy threatened to call the police because of the lemonade stand what she's try to do something constructed with their time it's summer she's in she's engaging in capitalism and goodwill and a guy comes over there in hassles her for no good reason no good reason so it a facebook pace in a facebook post directed at the man richard laroche of discovery base at his daughter jazz was approached by the guy just ten minutes into the stand she's selling lemonade cookies quote whoever the man was the threatened to call the police in my daughter for lemonade stand said are seriously pathetic hero she's tried to do something constructive with their time and you hassled her for no good reason there is a right way and wrong way to do things i understand europe holding the law but really dude he went on your the reason why kids lack ambition nowadays it's fear caused by schmuck like you sure individual here elysee smocks yes yes the listener guys listener she said you picked up your phone and you were calling the police we know what you did do intimidator is just sad as pathetic the guy said good good for him mr laroche later told frank somerville okay a kgb here that his daughter came oh crying and said she didn't want to go to jail i told her a much our community supporter here when i posted what happened she was so surprised encouraged heartened by the support they decided to set up a second stand good good.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
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"lemonade stand" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Experts in the a actually drop benjamin although jeff vengeance absolutely i is we we had talked about a couple of weeks ago that when you see it kids lemonade stand your always stein from the lemonade stand but not just not just you'll give him a buck for their lemonade given among hundred dollars for their lemonade running i was curious anybody had jumped in on that and he quits the biggest amount you've ever given to a child at eliminates twenty does i could i've done twenty libya yeah an and that's about you we are still a kid i think i don't know but with my kids do with bikes he had they wasted on chewing gum and video games and so here's here's twenty that that which is a very impressive absolutely that it's a huge benefit for them in the end you get to exercise your kenya's kushma kindness cussin' with our hashtag cain this act of the historic claim is an act of the day think pressing used to be the partner to somebody to actually go in connect with somebody in a lift them up you never know what they may be dealing with in sometimes the you're going through struggle would ever so just reach out to them in either be positive orgy singing the what am i just want to hang out with you you could just be president or do surely threw them cry with them do whatever it is that they mean some were out there in your world there's somebody who need you today i love that be there for that we can all use an extra friend even though we have thousands other contacts allies have failed really isolated emerald dunes via framed here's the highly effective habits of good managers i like those 7 habits of highly effective that you can incorporate into your workplace today laura number one be purpose for hanoi you cannot possibly manage will unless you have the crystal ling character or court oster chris linked clarity of what's your managing toured.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hashtag 's the power is in your vote the power is in your signature hashtag vandals giant sean and pin tomorrow it to kfi am 640 more stimulating talk the kfi am 640 the some pretty cool and under a knob mondo hates this was the but there was a kid we'll tiny girl thing she was four or five years old i hate this story i know i know but she's four five and she wants to be a cop when she grows up so she settles three she's three who she set up a lemonade stand and she wanted to trade to raise money for her police uniform and she's going to get herself uniform me become a cop well her mom on facebook put out a either an invitation to all cops wanna stop by for to eliminate for fifty cents to pay for her uniform and they came from all over town all over the counting it's unbelievable is the great heartwarming story i'm gonna play the whole thing without interrupting it finally tonight police respond to a call for aid lemonade here's jim axelrod oh my gosh normally the law shows up nolan's left especially when they're checking on the welfare of the threeyearold are rainy taylor less but hannah pavley this model is no normal threeyearold sure which he wants to be when she grows up hannah set up a lemonade stand to raise money for her first police uniform then her mom added an idea it would be really know if we can have an officer stopped by out when it ap beyond the modern day call box social media she loves police officers and i would love it if someone could come in by lemonade from her after that it was fifty officers soon that neighborhood was flooded with police.
"lemonade stand" Discussed on Quit
"And then he criticizes uh one of our at the the sponsored the one sponsored the we had on the show as excruciatingly long rambling and rambling and it was a pain to skip through i like that somebody's complaining about sponsorships on that show there was a pain for him to skip through we didn't make it easy never miss get through saw and and i will i will tie this into a lesson that is valuable for every business from of freelance web design all the way up to multi multinational corporations and everything in between i'll get there so we explained on the show that we're trying to transition to our listeners reported show but it people don't seem to realise at podcasting cost money any business costs money if you have a lemonade stand it costs money even if the lemons are growing on your trees that you already have and you already had the stand and you already had the pitcher and you already had the ice and you didn't have to spend any money to open your lemonade stand it still cost you money to run it the reason the cost you money is yours exerting effort and you're spending time and those things have a value asked somebody in their teens how much how much value their time has and they'll sell not that much asked somebody in their twenties or 30s us and that's kind of valuable ask somebody in their fifties it's very valuable.