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New Jersey 101.5

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:41 min | Last month

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Lincoln dot com. Day is beginning. Sunshine's gonna be up here just under half an hour. Let's find out what this forecast holds. 11 minutes after six years, John Weatherby mostly sunny east winds gusting to 15 high today 66 Partly cloudy 49 Tonight mostly sunny 71 Tomorrow 49 tomorrow night. Then Saturday Sunshine High 75 Sunday mostly sunny high of 78 Monday, mostly sunny high of 80 20% chance of showers. Monday night Tuesday partly sunny 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms. 79 Wednesday 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms High of 78 from the Access Wdun Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Tom Wetherby. Let's see how are starting a brand new day. We do have clear skies around the north Georgia area humidity this morning checking in right at 88% wins Comet the moment at No, no, wait. No, we just picked up one. I gotta breeze kicking about six miles an hour. Right now. Sunshine is going to be up at 6 34. It'll set tonight at 8 29. As far as temperatures are concerned. Well, let's check out what's going on because it is cooler this morning 12 to 15 degrees cooler than it was yesterday at this time, so let's go to one of our cool response and it's always Brasstown bald, so we'll check out what's going on there. Cloudy sky starting out there on the ball. Nothing unusual. 39 degrees as you begin your day there. Let's take a look at what's going on a beer for this morning. A little warmer as you might expect. Buford starting at 46 Gainesville, also at 46, that North Georgia's news talk Wdun this'll traffic report is sponsored by Great American cookies and no problems to report here is we start the drive this morning, other than That road work that still apparently going on in Barrow County on Highway 3 16.

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Are You Blocking Your Happiness?

The Daily Boost

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Are You Blocking Your Happiness?

"My my my my my my my, it is Monday. Weekends on time to get. Are you opened up again? Is Your life settling. It may or may not be. I knew just one thing. If you got out of bed this morning. You have an obligation. It's bad. Give you too darn right privileged. To get out there and make the best of it today for yourself or others. Whatever have you get to make that choice to? But regardless? You could go do it no matter what gets in your way, and that's why we've been doing the daily news for so long since two thousand hundred. Thirty seven million plus download later. The mission is still the same. I don't care the minute you figure out that you WANNA do this. Ask something POPs in your head like this is where I wanna go. I'm ready. Let's do this thing. I just understand that you know if not today, if not tomorrow maybe next week, you're going to say what happened. What stopped me? We'll Mike buoyed by motivation Gar why that guy stopped me my tracks, or why does my wife say I can't do? Do it or why can't I get the raise or whatever it is? I just know it's going to happen. You'RE GONNA get blocked and get to find your way around it. That's that's part of living right people in this world. We gotta work things out together so I am here to help you do that today and we're GonNa work on some happiness today now. This is a little bit of a different twist on happiness. And that's kind of the world. I've been living in these I watched the news like you do I pay attention I have thoughts, feelings emotions, I I. Know Stan and a look at the world and I said well let me interpret this and see what I can do to get myself to to make it. And better difference in the world, and to help others along the way so that today for you as well my is Scott Smith I'm the founder and the chief motivating officer here at motivation to move dot. com. Happy. You're here today coming up this week after I made a mistake last week until so I'm not even go away. Just messed it up. And in China, anybody I told people were going to do a call, and then we didn't flip the switch and things in heaven. I'm sorry about that. It will happen this week in Operation Reinvention coaching. Call a chance to join up with me. Enjoy on a zoom call I. Think we'll do to Tuesday and Thursday. Emails right this time sauce, send the email on Monday probably in the afternoon. You'll get it and then you can come to us for call this week. You know over the years I have said having a consistent routine is the easiest way to get what you want, a figure out what works and go do it right pretty simple, but lately are routines. Have you noticed they've been changing? Lots of people are using the time that we've had in the past couples to learn something new and one of my favorite ways talked about four is the APP called Bleakest Blake is unique and powerful. 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If you'd prefer not to wear free model that means ever since we started on Monday. We do a free show, sometimes the sponsor, but then do the shows on Tuesday. Wednesday Thursday Friday sometimes Saturday. We do all kinds of different coaching programs as well, and it's all at motivation, dot com, and it's at a discounted price right now during this pandemic to help you out ninety five, so it cost. Okay, Monday means. I asked probably the most important question of the week and that is. Have you your homework now? This came to be a long time ago when I realized that most people including wall. Didn't take a whole lot of time. Checking in with myself. I so busy studying I was working. I was reading books. I was doing all kinds of stuff I kind of blindly. Go Go under the seminar. That's learn something else it's. Let's go do my job. Let's take care of the family the whole thing about every six or seven months. That's okay. We'll. House my life, really going. It wasn't enough. Because by that time I had six months of being maybe in the wrong direction I had to turn it around so I started asking questions on a Monday. Have you done your homework? What's going good in your life? What's in your life? Which should stay? What should go worship FOCUS BE? What's the one thing you can do to make your life better? It's simple stuff. If you take some time just when you get done with this program today, just check in with yourself to a couple minutes. That's all you could use CRAYOLA or chocolate a sidewalk I don't care. Check in. And you'll find that over time. You won't have to check into often almost automatic for you

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on The Journal.

"This episode of the Journal is brought to you by linked jobs hiring. The right person is critical. But it shouldn't take time away from your other priorities. That's why Lincoln job screen candidates for both hard and soft skills like collaboration creativity and adaptability. It means your job. Post is seen by people who match your business allowing you to hire the right person fast. Visit Lincoln Dot Com slash the Journal to make your first job post. You can pay what you want. And the first fifty dollars on them. That's Lincoln Dot Com slash the journal terms and conditions apply Welcome as sanders rises in the polls more voters are confronting what his association with socialism might mean his opponents have tied him to the kind of radical socialism. He's trying to distance himself from like the kind of the Soviet Union and now they've found what they consider evidence. An old video spreading on twitter footage that aired on Vermont local television this this video took place in the eighties when Sanders was mayor and Sanders was working to create a sister city program which is something that he is still very proud of and that he points to with a city in the Soviet Union and he went and basically you know met with various leaders but he did praise certain things like the public transportation system. He talked about the culture available for the young people also. I was impressed by the youth programs that they have their palaces of culture for the young people a whole variety of young a young people and cultural programs which go far beyond what we do in.

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To you by linking of Westmont visit them at love my Lincoln dot com the first key to this game is the return of my partner Joe a buyer back from a little time on the injured reserve list but you look good how you feel you're not as I said I'm not moving that way but my mouse still moves that's the only thing that's really important for this price out for replacement no I'm still I'm still good with that all right so the Wildcats call the hold now it's good to have you back Joe the Wildcats come home really feeling Gasper to get a win I mean it's been so long now since they beat Nebraska here that was back on the eleventh of January they've lost its top games along the way Chris Collins not they played well the other night at Maryland against the team that right now looks like you're going to win the regular season big ten championship at least there at the driver's seat that standpoint but but the wins haven't come off and and you're starting to run out of time here to get one yeah you really are you know when you look at the statistics Minnesota northwestern can't even the difference is a problem because they have a finisher Marcus Carr and they have to start the tour so those are the two differences that northwestern is going to have to overcome overcome it shoots the ball from threes which they've been doing a little bit you keep battling and help out young on the inside right the other night seventeen points eight rebounds in the loss to Maryland but kind of held his ground there against Jaylen Smith he'll be tested against today by to rebut that was his best game in big ten play so far this year and you've still got the one two punch with Johnny Jerry Jones coming off the bench he's played better in the second half of the season he really has it who would just when he starts to maybe have a bad game that young steps up kind of nice if both of you have a good day on the same day and they may need it to to guard this young man sure yep against Daniel to rule who is the big ten's leading rebounder second leading scorer charity straight for soldiers raises money and awareness for project hero cycling based therapy that helps veterans and first responders who suffer from PTSD a special thanks to presenting sponsor Evanston Subaru in Skokie for donating.

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American Airlines Delays Boeing 737 MAX Once Again

The Journal.

10:54 min | 1 year ago

American Airlines Delays Boeing 737 MAX Once Again

"March. A seven thirty seven Max crashed in Ethiopia killing one hundred fifty seven people and shocking the world Regulators started grounding the plane and within days. The Max was completely out of the air. Boeing began working with authorities to figure out what happened and airlines also had to reckon with the fallout American airline CEO. Doug Parker said the company was ready to work closely with Boeing to get the planes back in the air. Your is your tragic events And what we care about is safety and we will work together as this industry always does to ensure that safety. He's number one focus. But at the same time American Airlines and other carriers needed to figure out how to cope with grounding of the Max while still operating their businesses Mrs it was really something of a scramble for them to figure out what to do. Reporter Alley cider covers the aviation industry industry. They looked at what would be the least disruptive way to cut flights the Max mostly flew between the New York area and Miami. You you know that's where most of the Max's were being used. Obviously Kansas stop flying between the Florida so they had to kind of spread it out and look at their network and look okay. We're flights that we we have multiple frequencies a day where we could cut one. So we're not just ending travel between two cities trimming a couple of frequencies looked at long haul flights where you can cancel one long haul flight instead of a bunch of short flights where you've suddenly inconvenienced a lot of people. At the time of the grounding. You had people who were already scheduled to travel in. Their plans. Had to be sort of offended at the last minute you know. We talked to passengers who were sort of already on vacation. And then they get a call from their airline airline that says actually your flight home has been cancelled. Then we've re booked you and maybe on a flight that's not on the day. He wanted to travel or has a stopover when he wanted to direct act. Can you tell me what all of this flight rescheduling looked like so most of the stuff they do software. A lot of it is automated. And they're still using using that software you know they're not just like using crayons and colored pencils on a big map of the US or the world but there is a lot of thoughts and analysis and expertise expertise that has to go into figuring out. What's the best way or the least inconvenient way to basically redraw so I spoke to Vasu Raja? He works the network planning at American Airlines. And from what you told me there is a lot of late nights like imagining correctly. Like people at the office office really laid and lots of empty pizza boxes and he said yeah pretty much and all. This scrambling wasn't just causing headaches and late nights for the planning team. Once they make a decision about their network is sort of ripples throughout the company there's people on Revenue Management hoped to decide what the availability should be in making sure to keep some mhm seats open so anyone. Who's Max flight got canceled? You know has the place to go. You know they tell everyone. Don't worry you'll get an email if your schedule has been changed but if you're worried about your vacation you're definitely going to call so they have to staff up on customer service and make sure there are people there to answer those calls and explain the situation so it really is this huge logistical challenge talents. That kind of ripples throughout the airline at the time I think there was a sense that could be pretty temporary but that delay would not be temporary as the Federal Aviation Administration investigated. Boeing's Max Fleet. They uncovered more and more safety concerns. I think what initially seem to some some people like it would be a pretty straightforward fixed. That could be done. Relatively quickly started to just take longer and longer as new issues were discovered and just amid a heightened scrutiny by the FAA but also regulators all over the world. You know bullying was saying it was going to provide all this information to regulators to take a look at and that kind of kept getting pushed back again and again and you know the process just kind of kept getting delayed over and over again regulators flagged problems with pilot training emergency safety st procedures and some of the planes software and as the safety inquiry stretched. On for months Boeing's estimate on the Max would return to service kept moving back I Boeing pushed it into the summer of twenty nineteen and then bowing pushed back again until the end of the year. With each month that the Max's return was delayed. American Airlines had to go into scramble mode all over again canceling more flights. They're kind of just on the receiving and here you know all they can do is wait for Boeing and the FAA to work out the process. And there's really not a lot they can do to speed things along and airlines have to make decisions decisions about the Max you know way before they really having clarity about what's going on with the Max. They have to decide over two months like seventy days before her their schedule. That's when they really have to finalize things so they can get their flight attendants in their pilots scheduled beyond that point just gets harder and harder to make changes. So you know. They've had to kind of looking to the future and think. How likely is it that the Max is going to be back? And allie says the ongoing wing uncertainty put Americans growth plans on hold. It wasn't flying the twenty four Max planes. It had and it wouldn't be getting the sixteen more it had ordered for the rest of the year. American patients with Boeing was wearing thin. The airlines have gotten pretty frustrated with the number of delays that they've seen You know I don't want to suggest that they want to rush the process along but I think you know they're just unhappy with the way. Expectations have been managed. And just how long this has gone on. Those mismanaged edged expectations were costing American and it wanted bowing to pay. That's after the break in this episode of the Journal is brought to you by Lincoln jobs. If your New Year's resolutions include growing your business linked in can help Lincoln's symptons Greens candidates for both hard and soft skills. Things like collaboration creativity. Adaptability Lincoln looks beyond the work skills to connect you with the people you want to to hire people with the qualifications. Who can help your business grow? Visit Lincoln Dot Com slash the Journal for fifty dollars off your first job post. That's linked dot com slash the journal terms and conditions apply. Welcome back by the fall. Delays in the safety assessment of the seven thirty seven MACs were piling up and American Airlines was juggling the fallout its pilots were upset because they we're losing money and peak. Holiday travel was on the horizon in an October investor. Call American CEO. Doug Parker expressed his aggravation with Boeing. They believe the F. B. certified in or quarter. It's probably best. It's that information is best case given what we've all seen. Ah over the over the course of this process so we're prostrate bullying American have been in touch throughout the year. You know American American and other airlines have made it clear that they don't believe they should be on the hook financially for this That they're expecting bowing to make them whole James extended grounding her customers or members enter. Cheryl's we're working to ensure that Boeing shareholders bear the cost of Boeing's failures not American Airlines American Airlines basically said they believed the grounding would result in a five hundred and forty million dollar reduction their full year or twenty nineteen and profits. So that's pretty significant and it's like a big step up from what they thought originally like in the first effort their first quarter earnings. They were predicting a three hundred. Fifty million dollar impact so it's been much more expensive than they were anticipating on. That call Parker said that American was in talks with Boeing about compensating. The airline for about five hundred forty million dollar hit and last week. American said it reached a settlement with Boeing for an undisclosed amount but that deal just applies applies to two thousand nineteen and the Max grounding is still ongoing meaning American Airlines is facing more costs twenty twenty. Where does this leave? American Airlines going into twenty twenty so going into two thousand twenty American Airlines has said that getting the Max flying again. It's sort of one of the biggest I think it needs to do to get on track. American is currently planning for the Max to return by June more than a year after the initial grounding but even even if the Max is clear to fly all the headaches and additional costs for American will be far from over for one thing. It'll take weeks of maintenance to get the planes ready to fly I again after they sat on the ground for more than a year. And then there's the issue of flight simulator training. I think the biggest thing in terms of time and money is that recently. It's starting to become more and more likely it sounds stats pilots. Who need to go through some kind of training before? They're allowed to fly the Mexican. Why would it pose such a high cost for American Airlines pilots would need to go through this training so first of all it was unexpected? It's not really budgeted time time for a simulator. It's just in one place so all the pilots have to come from wherever they're based all around the country and spend time in it. Can you describe bribe. What a flight simulator is like? What does it look like? They kind of look like Like in Star Wars those like like robots on skinny long legs that kind of what are they called At yeah that's sort of what they look like. Yeah Yeah I just googled it to me. That's what they look like. I'M GONNA get a lot of trouble with like a lot of people who are really knowledgeable trouble about aviation. Who aren't going to be like? No that's not what they look like so like a full motion flight simulator. They're sophisticated piece of equipment and they're very expensive and the process of getting everyone to wear the simulator is and scheduling them all for time in the simulator. You know it's just a big another logistical challenge. You know after a year. That's been full of challenges. Do you have a sense. That American Airlines is okay with some of this this delay because it's so much needs the restoration of customer confidence. I do think that safety is the highest priority for the airlines. Sort sort of making sure that everyone is confident in the plane is their top priority so they are planning to do a lot you know. There will likely be a period between when regulators liters allowed the plane to fly again and when it enters commercial service. And they're planning to sort of do as much as they can to put

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Play Times Over for D&B

MarketFoolery

12:18 min | 2 years ago

Play Times Over for D&B

"Seth Jason thanks for being here. I'm in my full don't run me over callers with my greasy sweaty guy who biked in a look. So for those of you who can't see me look for the video, that's, that's almost ever this is. Yeah. This is when the people are like, no we're happy that it's an audio podcast, we're thrilled. We don't need. We don't need to see you in the bright, orange biking shirt. I don't even have a handsome voice. Nice speaking voice. Let's move along. We've got we've got a bunch of news. And we're going to we're going to preview some earnings that are coming after the closing bell. Let's start with Dave, and Buster's, though, because first quarter profits came in lower than expected. And that's actually the first time in five years, that's happened for them. Shares of Dave and Buster's are down more than twenty percent this morning. I know they lowered guidance how much did they lower it? I mean they didn't they didn't miss by something. It wasn't a whole much that full year guidance to and they missed by a penny or something. But people are freaking out. I think once you've set up the expectation that you're going to do better than than people. Expect all the time than the minute, you don't all heck breaks loose. Hey, I on a stock that's done fifty percent or something. And he's a very clever tech company. So if you really want to know how to lose money come to me twenty twenty some percent and a day or a week, nothing but Dave and Buster's to me is one of those businesses seems odd to me that sort of still exists because you've. You've so much restaurant competition. And then you on game and food. I mean how is everybody not at home? Getting door dash food delivered while they play eight packs legends on their on their XBox. Can I answer that because you don't always want sixty your friends coming over to do that? You sometimes you just want to get out of the house. I suppose a comp comp suggests that the a slightly slightly negative flat. People aren't all add excited at least the last quarter, or so they've been getting a little growth over the years by opening new locations. The margins I was like, in the margin been kind of creeping downward for several years now. So this is not my idea of a super awesome, opportunity that free cash flow isn't really there. So unfortunately, you know, sitting there at a price earnings ratio of seventeen sounds like a bargain today. But I think it might need to be more of a bargain before it's a before it's a real deal. Glad you mentioned the cops because that was one of the things that leaped out at me when I was looking at this quarter was that they're, they're comps really. Aren't that great? The new locations. And by definition for those who are new to this podcast or new investing. When we talk about comps, same store sales by definition. Those are locations that have been open for at least a year, the new location. I mean, this, this is one of those things that is maybe not a red flag. But maybe it's a pink flag. Not just for Dave and Buster's. But for any, whether it's a grocery store, just a basic retail operation, or in this case, Dave and busters where it is a little bit of a pink flag where you go wait. So the new locations, there's the initial excitement. Dave and Buster's has opened up in your town or your city or whatever it's like, oh, let's go there. But if they can't sustain those people, and I'm wondering how much of the gross margins creeping down has to do with an increased marketing spent because it does seem like they are doing a lot of promotional stuff. Yeah. While the margin I mean, all the margins are on the way down. So I mean their food prices were going up for a while. And then we had labour and other costs going up. So, but a lot of restaurants are experienced. It's just plain old competition. You have to match prices or in, in some way or another, to bring people in the door. One of I guess, one of the challenges, I would guess, exists for Dave and Buster's is hey, it's a it's super small location without much stuff in it, right. No, it's, it's not it's a place where you play stuff. So it's not like cranking out another one of those poll as with the wrought iron furniture made out of black pipe from from the, the plumbing store. It probably costs, a little more money to build these locations, if they're not paying back so quickly. Your financial start to their other way. So I think on the plus side over the next couple of years, Dave and Buster's to the extent that they're looking open up new locations. We'll probably have more options as commercial real estate continues to face some challenges on the flip side, whenever the conversation turns to well, we think of recession is coming next year or two. You know, when I think about stocks that are recession proof, Dave and Buster's. It's at the other end of the spectrum, this is this is a business. That's done. Well for a bunch of years, but it seems like one of the ultimate discretionary income stocks. Yeah. I guess we'll find out someday. I'll predicting recessions has been a bad business. Yes. In a while. So the fact that the stock is at a two and a half year low, you're not looking at this ain't no. Yeah. By on this dip now. Yeah, I got I got a long history with with value, finger, quotes value stocks like this, that continue becoming more, and more of a value, but less and less of a value, if you know what I mean. Tesla had its annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday. Shares were up briefly this morning in part because Alon musk made comments at the meetings at the meeting. He said he say anything positive. Well, I can hardly imagine, you know what? Let's, let's be clear if he's not any CEO, who's not saying positive things that their shareholder meeting is doing a bad job of being the c. So I don't knock him for that. He said, among other things, it won't be long before we have a four hundred mile range car talked about in twenty twenty Tessa drivers will be able to use self driving features without intervention. I it seems like you just look at the stock chart today, there was some initial enthusiasm stock. Doc was briefly it's now down a couple of percents of problem. If you if you say things that don't turn out to be true often enough, sometimes people stopped believing you it was more than two years ago that Elon Musk promised us that you'd be able to sleep in your tesla while at drove across the country. And everyone believed it then, and then, you know that never happened, and then he kinda dials things back and then a couple of months ago, he doubt things if he said, four sure there will be a million robo tesla robo taxes on the road, you'd be stupid, not to buy any other car, which is just laughable. I mean, consumer reports a couple of weeks later rated autopilot, as dangerous and more difficult to drive with than just driving yourself because it was so erotic. And now we have a couple of months after that autonomy day, which to me, seemed like a smokescreen designed entirely to try to shift, the sentiment of the, the company away from financials and towards, you know, hey, we're going to become an Uber competitor and now. Now, a sort of walking things back and saying self driving without user intervention. But also at the same time supervised robo taxi, which, by the way like Waymo is doing that right now in that exists in other forms? And he just makes these promises that don't match up that don't line up with the reality of what other self driving car leaders are saying and what they're doing. This is a really difficult task and it's not just a matter of getting a couple hundred thousand or a couple of million more miles. There's real diminishing returns for machine learning for doing this, and they have not cracked, this not yet in Tesla's doing it with more. Limited hardware than other companies is nobody else trying to do it their way, which tesla true believers would say, well, that just shows a genius. Mosque is I tend to think that if he's the only one doing it this way, and all these other really smart people are seeing you probably can't do it that way that he's probably the one who has it wrong. So very interesting shareholder meeting. There were some other comments that stood out. To me, Tesla's shareholders are obsessed with the idea that there of being victims. They love this idea that they're victims of a media conspiracy, which is hilarious because they are the, the beneficiaries of so much media incredulity for years. I mean nobody nobody looked at mosque and said, can you really do all those things until recently, now, of course they don't like it. I one of the remarks of something about, you know, it's crazy. The media talks about you is if you're about to go bankrupt, and he says, you know, of course, we're not that's just insane. Except not too long ago, everyone thought they would need to do that. They were running on a cash and must claim they weren't. And then after they had a quarter or they got some free cash flow. He came out and said, yeah, we were only a couple of weeks away from running out of cash. So they wanna have it both ways. It's really nutty. And to me, it's the kind of stock where I wouldn't take a real position in it either way. Because on the one hand you have a CEO who's very comfortable saying things that are not true. And you have a lot of other executives leaving the company probably related to that on the other hand, you have this rabid shareholder fan base. That makes the stock whip Cy it's completely detached from fundamentals. It's all about this crazy personality, not for me. You just reminded me of. The Alex give new documentary that was on HBO and for for those who haven't seen it. It's a it's a fabulous bit of documentary filmmaking about theranos, and Elizabeth homes. And one of the things that. Was noteworthy to me in that was the opening of the documentary. That was a decent bit of information about Thomas, Edison, and sort of, you know, sort of tracing the line of the Silicon Valley, fake to you make it mentality back to Thomas Edison, and saying, you know, Edison did a fair amount of that. Like, there's, you know and, and, and that's, that's a tried and true practice that, you know, didn't didn't start with Elizabeth homes. It didn't start with the Elon Musk. And you know that, that kind of thing goes on all that being said they report earnings second quarter report is scheduled to come at the end of July. It really seems like on the times when tesla has come out with, like a legitimately, encouraging slash great earnings report. A lot of that other stuff just disappear. So and by the way, I'm like you, I don't own shares. I would never know millionaire short stock. I'm on the sidelines just watching all of this play out Noddy and. I just sort of think, to myself. Well, you know, no one ever gotten trouble for walking up to bat and hitting home run. And if they don't, if they come out at the end of July and have some blog quarter, and that, then that helps. Well, of course you have to do it. Yeah, but, you know, the miracle quarter was it was to a large degree, and it wasn't really spoken about at the time. The cash flow quarter was was a artifact of really massaging working capital and calling in some favors. And so you wonder can actually keep doing that. They raised money following the miracle quarter because they needed it. So the suggests that they couldn't keep doing that. It's not easy to build cars. It's not easy to build cars, and you also tell everyone you're going to build self driving electric trucks and all of this other stuff. So maybe they pull it off. I really hope the industry goes, but they have a lot more competition, coming from all the other manufacturers, and those manufacturers are not stupid. If you're looking at a higher for your small business naturally want to find the best person for the job. And the odds are that, that person is on linked in and Lincoln jobs makes it easy to get matched. With quality candidates who make the most sense for your role, people come to linked in everyday to learn and advance their career. So Lincoln understands what they're interested in and what they're looking for. And that means when you use Lincoln jobs to hire someone you're matches are based on a lot more than just a resume. You're linked in job. Matches are based on skills, and background, of course, court, you want, you want skilled people, of course, you want skilled, people working your small business, but they also match up on interest activities. Passions is definitely worth checking out, so post job. Today, Lincoln dot com slash will and get fifty dollars off your first job post, what you do with that fifty dollars. You do whatever you want with that you can go to Dave and Buster's. Yeah, go out, you know, have a nice meal. Do whatever you want by by sheriff, some stock here. Yeah. We all sorts ideas for that fifty bucks. We're not here to tell you what to do with that. 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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"That's Lincoln dot com slash jobs. So let's talk a little bit about how you built that audience. Like how were you as people were coming in? How are you engaging them? How were you? Making a feedback loop to really listen to them to serve that and better what they needed. And see really hit the Mark. So one of the big drivers for our growth in the beginning and also throughout the company's history has been our skin Basseterre program. So when we started we would get emails from people saying that they loved the products they do anything to help in. We were kind of amazed by it. And we would write back and just invalid this pen, pal relationship. And then one day we were sitting with an adviser who said, you know, have you thought about asking them to share the scam with ten friends Merlin than probably a good idea. I'm so we started doing that. And once you hear a scam ten France would be atmos-, Kim Basseterre. And that was a term that day actually coined an that haram grew into something that drives about twenty percent of our user acquisition. And now it's thousands of women throughout the country that are involved in the company that help us. Do things like launch our book help us. Register people to vote. They're really the grassroots force that has taken what we did in the beginning with grassroots marketing, a made it this amazing impressive networking group, something that has really defined he munity within a new company in an accompanying the themselves have actually helped to bills that is so great. And it's beautiful because it gives them more and more purpose. And they get to be part of something that they really love and believe in, and what are you give them back because this is such a great idea for people listening to think about. And I'm just wondering how you you're setting that up. Are you supporting them by getting on like zoom calls, just with them? Are you doing meet ups just for your skin Bassett? Or what are they getting back from you other than the pride of being part of it, which might be enough on everything you actually just named a step that we've actually done with them? So I think you know, it's, it's been an incredible asset to the. Company on one obviously, we're so grateful for and also, I think what's been amazing is how they really taught us what community should mean in what community at the scam with, with, they're looking for, and so everything from exclusive meet ups, which we call seven scams after one of our internal traditions. We've done X is a book clubs for them. We've done. They've actually been really, really key in being part of launch squads for us around our election work are occurred, but that's coming out. And we've also really provided a platform for them to connect with one another on, we've heard just the most amazing stories of people who literally met there now spouses through this program of people who've gotten jaw cool who've made lifelong friends, who travelled together people, you know, there was one situation where woman was going through a hard time financially in a group of skin Basseterre hitched in hell, pay for her bills revile on that is completely because of the connections made in this community not, because we're asking them to do that. Of course. And so what we've done it's been able to foster community on. That's taken many different shapes over the last few years we'll continue to evolve. That's beautiful. And I'm sure that, that plays a huge role and I don't want to overlook what you guys are doing on your own. What you've always been able to do which is really speak to your audience like they can only be embassador and help continue to spread the word and China Light on what you're doing because what you're doing is so good. And I would like to look at that for a second because creating quality content is so important and people here it, but we don't really understand what is it that goes into making great content, what have you seen as you've gotten better and better at it? That are the ingredients that make something really hit. I think that there are few things that seem really simple. But I think if you can answer them, it'll. Give you a much better focus for whenever you're creating. So the person is, who is your audience. The second is what's the value? What's the take away and the third as Hauer they consuming it? I think that some of the mistakes people make when they create content is just to think that, you know, more is better Morris just more if you don't have a strategy behind it. So I think that instead of thinking about, like a half to podcast, you're I should do an Email about what it is that you wanna create what's the message. And then what is the best distribution method for that an it seems simple. But I think it gets really overlooked. And I think that today, there's so much content out there that the race to just pre more is not the best way to win. I think it also at times, really stifles authenticity. And I think whatever you're doing if you come from a place of. Telling your story than that's something that is unique. I love it so much like this should be a class at Wharton. I hope it is if it's not the what it shouldn't. Yeah. You agree. So can we use your model as a case study for, for a second to answer those questions, who's your audience? What's the takeaway, that you want them to have and how you got to those answers? Sure. Well, I think our audience was in the beginning. It was our friends, and then we took a step backwards than it is the millennial women right now throughout the United States. That's our key audience. That's what our company has always. Yep. Yeah. And I think the value first of all we want to add value, the evalu- at, and that's something that we are very, very clear about. We want to be something that doesn't try to take up all of persons time. But create something that is additive when they have time. So we'll take three minutes that you have in trying to be the biggest value add that we can be in those three minutes where instead of trying to compete with twenty minutes for your time keep you on our site longer. We know that. No one has that amount of time were all busy. There are things that we should be doing at we want to make sure that your informed and get on with your day. Yep. So if you had to boil it down and say, this is the thing that you most want people to walk away with what was the thing. What's the takeaway that you're hoping that they're gonna get trust? I think that is the foundation or our company. I think you know. At Microsoft said this in really stack of news trust is the ultimate commodity. And I think that's so true. And at the end of the day as a brand you're competing for trust with an audience that is skeptical and is really saturated with all different types of information to what does that look like I mean, it's a really important word it's something that we all feel when you say, like hits us like in our chest. But what does that mean to you? What does that look like I think that trust, there's sort of an underlying understanding that authenticity is part of it, and I think that's that's word. That's kind of overused a lot. But really, to me trot, Carly me. What trust is it underscores transparency underscores that, you know brands are created by humans in the customers of those brands arguments? We are all people people make mistakes, people make Typos people attired around the same thing, people get passionate around the about similar things, or sometimes different things. And then how do you deal with those? Princes? But how you own up to those things. And I think as a brand, we've tried to practice that at leaders grinning company, culture, which is to practice that, and that's everything from being honest, when there might be, you know, tech glitch or when we're talking about the realities are like, building a business in sharing that, you know, on our own podcast or on our own channels. It also means having our audience truly understand what our mission is about. And how that can manifest is what our work has been with the elections that are no excuses platform, where when you are telling people cares information that you're gonna make a really important voting decision around, and that they feel that they, you don't have a hidden agenda around it, or you're not pushing them one way or another on so much trust in that, you know, I think the best example of how do we know that we have trust with our audience is the back the two hundred thousand people voted because of the skim in eighteen immigration election. But is so impressive that is amazing. Home. I gosh, there's so much good stuff here. I wanna talk about something that comes up for most of the people that I talked to it seems like this is a place where people get stuck. You know, they might have one of these pieces that we just talked about even to and along the way, they'll think about taking a step forward Bill. Think about doing this thing. They wanna do starting their business during their work, whatever it is. And then this little, like voice comes up. That's really not very kind. It's very critical and they feel like an impostor they feel like a fraud. There's a lot of self doubt and you have been able to push right past that. So how do you do when you're scared, you said yourself we didn't really know and yet you kept going. So how do you encourage people? What can they take from your journey that allowed you to stay the course I think that it's a lot easier said. Than done, which is something that you have to remember that anyone that is in a physician to give advice has had those moments of self doubt. I remember we had a moment when you're catching first-round of investors in just had heard no again, again any en again, and sitting on the kitchen, floor and curly was sitting on the floor in the living room and just thinking, like, what have we done one of the things that I think, you know, is, is helpful is to let yourself thanked that. And then move on, because no one else is going to get you out of the situation. No one else is going to do this for you. You're it and there isn't anyone else that is going to do this better than you. If you're the person that is starting something for the first time. So I think also a big contributor to our sick sess in terms of being able to push through it is that there's two of us. So we would have those moments. Have them at different times. So quite down in the other one would say, okay, great. You get thirty seconds. Get your shit together in. Let's be going citing finding those people in your life. Who can be those sure leaders for you and not the ones that are going to kind of indulge you with the ones are going to say. I hear you. I know this is hard at he'd going. That's so so powerful. And again, you know, this is what you were just speaking to a few minutes ago being authentic. But it was really generous of you to share what that actually looks like because people need to hear it. So we have a lot more to cover, but first quick outbreak. You know, the better your credit score the easier, it is to get the stuff you want, or the less, you have to pay..

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Post, Lincoln dot com slash working, terms and conditions apply. Why do you think so many comedians say that you make them nervous? No. I'm such a nice person. I didn't know. I mean, even big comic stowed me. Did I do make? Yeah. Some of them may be doing. Question that the the one disappoint because they had this big reputation. And if they do new stuff, maybe that stuff is not gonna work, and I don't I really don't know. I can't be in their head. I always try to be very supportive, and very, you know, open then and if they come to my house, and I host them that's how I host them here. How long do you think it took you to get good at your job? Did you feel? They won. Well, I. Good at your job. I think it didn't take me that long because used to host us those before us than booking. So I had my the sense in the eye out. You know, what I mean when Bill you Stu will Conine I used to see what works with us. And then with comic said they were our favor, and they always win over. So that was easy thing to do. I I start with them. Now, all those years later were have to introduce new people, young comics. I have to see there's a seat and they can develop. So how do you identify this? It's I can tell you. I can tell you. It's it's a quality is somebody that's not the hag, and she don't like the worker hack because I think. Loosely? Yeah, it's not, but you sense anymore. The last time most recently you had that feeling about somebody who came into dish in boy. Kids some member I've been additioning so many people now all my more than usual because we've more shows and the comedy central show this week of the comedy cellar. And so I have tons and tons of people. I mean, there's some people that I watch Mattel lane. The first time I saw him a fellow with him, you know, and Daniel Samson when you see the new no it so. Funny. Funny. Just plain simple funny, and you know, some people that funny, but the they also Gresley from angry then up it's easy to like, the some people. I like I developed love for them. But it's hard work. Sometimes like my favorite years past was Greg Giraldo was worried why reword because here than edge to him the issues going on and whatever, but he stuff was so good. And he was great. He was the greatest guy ever. But the always, you know, always felt my shoulders rising when I was listening to him, and we were super close, and whatever, but these guys when I watched them is just like party is great. And then I look at the Orioles, and they feel the same thing. I see the same reaction. How do I dish ins work usually by recommendation of a comedian that works on? Lineup. Then I I track now so much easier used to ask for and whatever. Now, you just watch links on YouTube. I get an idea. And then if I think that that's gonna work invite them to five minutes on the the Friday or Saturday night why Friday or Saturday because those the nights are work at night. And there's a orients, and there is always a passive vibe going on. I it's it's better. And then I see I listened to them. I listen to the set..

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NYC to Be First US City to Use Congestion Pricing: How does it work?

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:43 min | 2 years ago

NYC to Be First US City to Use Congestion Pricing: How does it work?

"On the show congestion pricing. This is basically the idea of taking one part of a city, you know, maybe the most crowded part of the city and charging people to go there today on the show. Does it work who's doing it and is coming to a city near you? Also, how long is it gonna take me to get across town? Okay. So we should try to hail a cab. Oh looks like there's some Cavs. Oh my gosh, right away. Hi. We're just going all the way across town to the west side. No. He just looked at us. Like, we were insane. We're like we're trying to get cross down. Here was like, oh, no. This message comes from NPR sponsor snowflake. The only data warehouse built for the cloud unlock. Deep data insights with the instantly scalable, cloud built data warehouse. Start your journey towards data driven decision. Making at snowflake dot com slash NPR. Support also comes from NPR sponsor Lincoln jobs, when it's time to hire for your small business. You want to find the right person for the job Lincoln jobs can help learn more at Lincoln dot com slash indicator. Terms and conditions apply. Today's indicator is to that is how many miles it is from one side of forty second street to the other so across Manhattan, the horizontally, so this is deep midtown. The beating heart of overcrowded New York, forty second street goes by Grand Central station time square port authority bus terminal. It is one of the most heavily traffic streets in the. Yeah. This two miles roughly twelve blocks is a treacherous stretch. So treacherous as Dr I discovered some calves will not even drive it. It's a nonstarter for some cabs. But we finally did find a heroic cabdriver who would take us Muhammed Sharif. He's been driving taxi in Manhattan for about six months. Now, what is it like driving a New York? It's. Restarting time, we're gonna see how long it takes us to get cross town, and it is four thirty five pm definitely rush hour. So this congestion pricing plan was passed by the New York legislature. But it won't be put in place for a couple of years. We asked Muhammad if he'd heard about it. What do you think about that? I'm not sure you would say would lectured us at fake or that like to make more money. How much? Actually, it's both. According to Bruce Schaller, he's a public transportation consultant here in New York. Do you think it's a good idea for New York? Yes. Reduced congestion the city because charge people some people will decide to take the bus to come in and said driving, and the Secondly, it raises very badly needed revenue for public transportation. We've had what we call a subway crisis for the trains are overcrowded. There's a lot of work to be done. And we need the funding to do that a lot of funding. It's estimated that New York will need to spend tens of billions of dollars to fix the subway system and congestion pricing has proven itself to be a really fast effective way to raise money says Bruce places like Singapore, and Stockholm do it London rolled out congestion pricing. And they've seen speeds increased by thirty percent checking in were just passing Grand Central station. We have been in. Cam for six minutes, not bad. It's been a nice, right? Honestly, making pretty good time. There's still plenty of details that need to get ironed out. Not least of which is just how much is this toll going to cost New York. Governor Andrew Cuomo suggested a flat fee per car per day of about eleven or twelve bucks and twenty five dollars for trucks. But there will be some exemptions. The state has already approved breaks for emergency vehicles for people with disabilities and other groups are asking for exemptions. As well delivery truck drivers, livery cab drivers motorcyclists police officers, and that could really affect how much money the congestion pricing plan brings in and at least in Muhammad's view. If all these guys get exemptions. It's not gonna help traffic at all or raise much money. Right now, we're in a very familiar part of town right by the new York Public Library and Bryant park where the New York office of NPR's high indicate high NPR IMP are. Yeah. There's the shut the place the terrible music. Salad place. It has been fourteen minutes on the doc. Okay. Okay. In a we're making

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"You a fifty just by going to Lincoln dot com slash twist Lincoln dot com. You know that it's already in your URL. It's in your bookmark Hoosier on linked in multiple times a week. Maybe a day like me. And if you go to Lincoln dot com, put slash TWIT. You get fifty bucks right now fifty beans. Go grab it and you will find extremely high qualified candidates. We spent listeners punchline one hundred forty dollars to find Charles if we had hired a head hunter riposting on other websites. It would have been so arduous instead was easy. And the same thing we we have a office. Now in Toronto we were looking for people up that we found this amazing candidate marine who's been doing incredible job for us. And when we posted Lincoln auto populated are posting with some candidates. We started reaching out to them. And we're like who is this superstar foam got him on the team. So once again Lincoln save the day for me, Jake how it just. Brilliant Lincoln has been building and building for over a decade. And now the benefit is here. The benefit is you can find the best people, especially if you're a great company, and you take the time to write a good ad and put it on Lincoln jobs, again, fifty bucks Lincoln dot com slash twist Lincoln dot com slash twist use it I love it. I love reading the ad for them because they get excited about finding talented people to work on our team. Okay. Speaking of talented people. Let's get back to this episode. Welcome back to this week in starts. My guest is Chris Bruno. He is the co founder CEO of rally road. You can do a search rally road in your. Apps store is it on IOS and Android app. Just I s and web app right now. I o s and web perfect..

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The blockchain is coming to Wall Street

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:20 min | 2 years ago

The blockchain is coming to Wall Street

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by our L A podcast, exploring ethics and technology in the latest episodes, host Malaysia Zomorodian investigates, all the personal data collected while shopping online, and why passwords are horrible and how to fix them IRL wherever podcasts are found or at. I IRL podcasts dot org and by Lenovo for business. You're an IT. But why do you do what you do to make a difference and Lenovo is here to be a difference maker for you by providing innovative technology solutions to learn more? Visit WWW dot Lincoln dot com slash S. Be powered by Intel. The blockchain is coming for Wall Street from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. In twenty eighteen ICO's or initial coin offerings were the hot new thing in startup fundraising. Accompany could raise money by selling you, a little bit of value or equity in the form of digital coin. That is kind of like a bitcoin but specific to that company ICO's raised something like twenty two billion dollars in two thousand eighteen we think it's hard to know because the whole practice was totally unregulated. A lot of ICO's turned out to be scams. The SEC started finding celebrities like Floyd, Mayweather and DJ Calot over sketchy paid promotions for ICO's. It got a little weird. And now, it's regulation time. And that means that future ICO's and their digital coins might start to look a lot more like good old fashioned stock except traded on the blockchain, and that has big ramifications for Wall Street, Kristen howls, a partner with the law firm, FOX Rothschild. She helps companies create an ICO the SEC started to really crack down on this last year large. Really, I think because of massive fraud and theft and with this action people that have had to shift their pro choice to this ICO two point. Oh, also called a security token offering where they split this token idea into two things they issue stock as part one of this. And then part two is they may be they don't have to go. Have this token that does everything but stock and so on the first part of that it's issuing stock in blockchain form, and then it will trade on the blockchain. So that you would buy and sell it as though you were buying bitcoin. But in this case, it would be, you know, Kristen coin. Yes. And no, so yes, in the sense that you will buy and sell on an exchange, but you won't buy and sell these on the current exchanges that trade, for instance, bitcoin and all these other tokens that are still out there because those exchanges are not licensed trade securities. So a lot of really big players, including Goldman Sachs, and NASDAQ and a whole bunch of other people are in the process of building token security exchanges. Interesting. So I'm hearing you say this, and it sounds like there's functionally no difference between trading secure token and trading. A stock accept the possibility that the company itself is not technically public. There's a couple of things there. So on the trading side. I would go out on a limb to predict that all-stock will be traded in some way related to blockchain or or whatever the next best technology is because it's superior to what we're. Doing. Now, you can have a lot better transparency in the market in two stock pricing volume. You could also potentially eliminate some of the metal people where you don't actually need all these these folks in the middle, which of course, brings the resistance to change because broker dealers and others have a vested interest in a system, but we can have a much more seamless actually transparent stock trading mechanism using blockchain Kristen howls partner with the law firm, FOX Rothschild. Now, the SEC has clearly said it thinks digital tokens from companies are securities, but it hasn't issued any formal rules. Just yet. And now for some related links. What's kind of doubly interesting about this idea of ICO's going legit as these so-called security tokens and potentially changing the way Wall Street works, and maybe even becoming the future of stock trading. Is that kind of everything about bitcoin and the blockchain was conceived to be just the opposite of all of that. And the bitcoin community feels that part of what really killed the ICO. Yes. In addition to the scams and the fraud, which everyone admits where a problem was the threat of regulation, which is what we're now seeing and that in fact, that's kind of a bad thing because I see os were a much more democratic way for potential startups to raise money, they didn't have to go through venture capital, which has all these problems with access and diversity geography, and of course, centralization and now the same old gatekeepers get to keep all the power. There's a good piece on bitcoin is about this. I would encourage you to read it. Find it on our website. Marketplace tech dot org and not for nothing. The blockchain economic forum is happening this week in Davos, Switzerland alongside the World Economic Forum and security token offerings is the topic of a roundtable discussion on the very first night. Also on the agenda central Bank digital currencies, which I think the bitcoin people would also say is a bit of an oxymoron, the establishment eats us all friends. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kronos, no-one, compliments, you in their paycheck is correct. But make one mistake, and you risk alienating your entire workforce. With Kronos, they make sure your payroll is done, right. The first time from punch to paycheck embedded checklists. Simplified workflows a single source of truth HR, payroll talent and timekeeping in one unified system all with a proven implementation approach and simplified transparent pricing. Learn more at Cronos dot com slash payroll. Kronos, workforce innovation that works.

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"That's Lincoln dot com slash lights. All right. I got something. I got some. Table. Yeah. Net flicks net. Flix you guys know net. Flicks. The coming love from Netflixing chill fame. They came out and said nearly one third of their subscribers watched bird box in the first week. So that's approximately forty five million people subscribers maybe more people, if you include people watching with do you think that's true that seems like a lot of people I feel like literally almost at this point a year ago this week or maybe the week before they they talked about bright in the same way. Right. Didn't they do? Right. I mean, I feel like a lot of people watched it. It's not a to liked it. Maybe I don't know the forty five million, right? And let's say let's say an average ticket is ten dollars. It's more than that. But you soom like forty five million in an average of two people watch. Purview. I mean that movie and make eighty million dollars easily. Even if the average ticket was higher in the first week. So maybe that's right. I mean, you got that Netflix and people have the platform, and there's a lot of social media buzz for so I can see it. It just seemed very high. So more more power to congratulations net. Flicks. Did you see what else they came out and did today regarding bird box? Now, they told people not to do the bird box challenge, which I had no idea what it is. But it's people doing apparently mundane shit will wearing blindfolds. No god. Cool. That that sounds like a fetish that does it sounds like fifty shades of grey. One scene in blockers were Barron. Whole nuts crushed. Yep. That's right. All right. So shut out the bird box not a fan. All right to pieces of news ambi- land to which apparently, I didn't know until the other day is spelled T O wasn't that how dais built dumb and dumber dumb and dumber. I who wasn't that. Like that at thought misspelt it on the run as an is ago. Whatever it doesn't matter. Okay. I didn't know that. Yeah. It's like it's listed like that in some places. I don't know if that's true or not. But some places say the number to some places to say, yes, t oh, whatever they cast, Dan ackroyd and Bill Murray Bill Murray was in the original and died he was shot and killed by Woody Harrelson character when he's pretending to be zombie and Ozzy Dan ackroyd in and ghostbuster Bill Murray. We'll see how this is. I feel like this is potentially pretty Korean stupid because the Bill Murray thing was natural and funny and zombie limit. It was right around the peak of Bill Murray's like like, preach. I've preach. I've. Yeah. It was like his rear is to being. Very popular. I don't know. Bull. See how they're Inc. I guess they're just going to be camera panning on them while they talk about like the death of the Ghostbusters franchise. Oh, God is normal and killed Ghostbusters. Maybe they'll bring Bill Murray. Beck is an actual zombie in this on cool. I would like that. They didn't double tap be land. Right. They didn't shoot him in the head. So why not? Yeah. That's very true. Because with that, maybe it'd be Dan ackroyd as drinking crystal head vodka. Oh god. His fifth his famous vodka brand every time. I see that story. Just laugh at good. Decorate. That's it. They were bought it might have to try. It though, we go see maybe that's what we do. We just bring crystal head vodka the theater. Let's he's led to. It's it's amazing movie came out two thousand nine in the the cast the the main cast like Jesse Eisenberg, Emma, stone Abigail breslin, all alone onto become more successful after this movie. It's four of the actors net movie or nominated for offers some point in their career. That's crazy. Woody Harrelson this almost kind of had a little revival. Many revival of sorts of not sure he ever went away. But he's had a pretty solid run. The last couple of years. I mean, he got nominated for best supporting actor for God's sakes. It's pretty precipice me. Yeah. Couldn't hunger gains movies. He's one of the..

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"That's Lincoln dot com slash lights. All right. I got something. I got some. Table. Yeah. Net flicks net. Flix you guys know net. Flicks. The coming love from Netflixing chill fame. They came out and said nearly one third of their subscribers watched bird box in the first week. So that's approximately forty five million people subscribers maybe more people, if you include people watching with do you think that's true that seems like a lot of people I feel like literally almost at this point a year ago this week or maybe the week before they they talked about bright in the same way. Right. Didn't they do? Right. I mean, I feel like a lot of people watched it. It's not a to liked it. Maybe I don't know the forty five million, right? And let's say let's say an average ticket is ten dollars. It's more than that. But you soom like forty five million in an average of two people watch. Purview. I mean that movie and make eighty million dollars easily. Even if the average ticket was higher in the first week. So maybe that's right. I mean, you got that Netflix and people have the platform, and there's a lot of social media buzz for so I can see it. It just seemed very high. So more more power to congratulations net. Flicks. Did you see what else they came out and did today regarding bird box? Now, they told people not to do the bird box challenge, which I had no idea what it is. But it's people doing apparently mundane shit will wearing blindfolds. No god. Cool. That that sounds like a fetish that does it sounds like fifty shades of grey. One scene in blockers were Barron. Whole nuts crushed. Yep. That's right. All right. So shut out the bird box not a fan. All right to pieces of news ambi- land to which apparently, I didn't know until the other day is spelled T O wasn't that how dais built dumb and dumber dumb and dumber. I who wasn't that. Like that at thought misspelt it on the run as an is ago. Whatever it doesn't matter. Okay. I didn't know that. Yeah. It's like it's listed like that in some places. I don't know if that's true or not. But some places say the number to some places to say, yes, t oh, whatever they cast, Dan ackroyd and Bill Murray Bill Murray was in the original and died he was shot and killed by Woody Harrelson character when he's pretending to be zombie and Ozzy Dan ackroyd in and ghostbuster Bill Murray. We'll see how this is. I feel like this is potentially pretty Korean stupid because the Bill Murray thing was natural and funny and zombie limit. It was right around the peak of Bill Murray's like like, preach. I've preach. I've. Yeah. It was like his rear is to being. Very popular. I don't know. Bull. See how they're Inc. I guess they're just going to be camera panning on them while they talk about like the death of the Ghostbusters franchise. Oh, God is normal and killed Ghostbusters. Maybe they'll bring Bill Murray. Beck is an actual zombie in this on cool. I would like that. They didn't double tap be land. Right. They didn't shoot him in the head. So why not? Yeah. That's very true. Because with that, maybe it'd be Dan ackroyd as drinking crystal head vodka. Oh god. His fifth his famous vodka brand every time. I see that story. Just laugh at good. Decorate. That's it. They were bought it might have to try. It though, we go see maybe that's what we do. We just bring crystal head vodka the theater. Let's he's led to. It's it's amazing movie came out two thousand nine in the the cast the the main cast like Jesse Eisenberg, Emma, stone Abigail breslin, all alone onto become more successful after this movie. It's four of the actors net movie or nominated for offers some point in their career. That's crazy. Woody Harrelson this almost kind of had a little revival. Many revival of sorts of not sure he ever went away. But he's had a pretty solid run. The last couple of years. I mean, he got nominated for best supporting actor for God's sakes. It's pretty precipice me. Yeah. Couldn't hunger gains movies. He's one of the..

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A smart home for the holidays?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:02 min | 2 years ago

A smart home for the holidays?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi and by Lincoln sales navigator with the sales industry changing so fast. It can be a challenging time to be a sales professional, but linked in is here to help blinked in provides you with unrivalled data on buyers through sales navigator as well as a smarter and more powerful way to approach them. Go to Lincoln dot com slash APM. Marketplace for your free thirty day trial and get closer to the right people. The smart home is coming home to a lot more people from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. A Molly would. All this week. We're partnering with seen it reviews. Talking about the big trends in consumer technology as we head into the holiday shopping season. And it appears that the smart home is finally a thing for a lot more people in two thousand seventeen almost twenty five million smart speakers were sold, according to the consumer Technology Association. So far this year nineteen million more smart speakers have already shipped and holiday shopping has just begun. And once these gadgets are in a house they can act like a gateway drug people buy more connected devices. So they can have Alexa, or Google control everything in the house. Rich Brown is an executive editor at c net reviews, covering appliances, and smart homes. He said this year smart devices are migrating into the kitchen now that WI FIS a little bit more ubiquitous, and that frankly that technology's better on on the side there may be a little more for real. You know, I'm not sure how many people are actually using these voices systems. To help out in the kitchen beyond basic stuff like set a timer or make a shopping list, but we have found that the recipe function with Google speakers. Especially in the Google smart. Displays is actually really good. Like the way it responds to your voice commands is actually pretty intuitive or it can pause when you're working through a recipe can pick up where you left off when you resume the conversation is actually very a very natural way to work with the machine to make something in the kitchen. What about the the privacy debate are seen it users coming and saying, okay, sure. But I'm only going to buy the one that doesn't have a camera built in all the time privacy is huge. And that's probably the thing we hear about most and reader comments. Right. So the Facebook portal video chat device that one. I mean, come on Facebook put that out there. I'm not sure what they were hoping for. But anybody who's sort of predicted that there would be a lot of consumer resistance, and the reviews would be critical given Facebook's own privacy issues me, I think they call that one. Interestingly Google has that that can. Free display like all the home hub that just put out a month or two ago. And that one has all the functions of the other smart displays, but no camera. But you know, the privacy concerns, we only have these companies for the most part at their word in terms of what they do with your data, and how will they protect it. So it's leap of faith for consumers for sure. How about some of these other sort of nascent parts of the smart home, like smart locks is that something that is appealing to the mainstream. Consumer or does it just mean, you're also giving tech support along with your gift? Yeah. I would be really wary about giving anybody a smart lock as a gift unless you're you're pretty good at installing that kind of thing. If you're thinking about other smart, home, stuff, smart security, and smart cameras. Those are pretty popular as a category in general, and the cameras are really pretty easy us kind of plugged them in get them on the internet. And then you can view it over your phone. There's no real installation that needs to go unless you want to attach to a fixed point on your wall or something. You know, it sort of depends on how much screwdriver time you want to take on or how ready you are to hire. A contractor to come in for somebody. Rich Brown is an executive editor at c net reviews. We'll be looking at more tech categories was seen it editors as the week goes on tomorrow. We're talking TV's the price drops that are a disaster for manufacturers. But great news for consumers. Keep up with all our coverage by subscribing to the marketplace tech podcast wherever you get your pods. I'm Molly would and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. 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The consumer electronics industry is ready for the most shopping-ful time of the year

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:14 min | 2 years ago

The consumer electronics industry is ready for the most shopping-ful time of the year

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi and by linked in sales navigator with the sales industry changing so fast. It can be a challenging time to be a sales professional Lincoln is here to help with over half. A million members linked in provides you with unrivalled data on buyers through sales navigator as well as smarter and more powerful way to approach them. Go to Lincoln dot com slash APM. Marketplace for your free thirty day trial and get closer to the right people. The consumer electronics industry is ready for the most shopping full time of the year from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. It is thanksgiving week and the official start of the twenty eighteen holiday shopping season. So all this week. We're partnering with the online tech reviews and news sites c net to talk about the big trends in consumer technology this year net did a holiday survey asking its users what they're thinking about when it comes to tech. And this year the research bears out what the retail industry has already been saying it's going to be a big year for shopping, especially in tech Lindsey Turrentine is the editor in chief of c net reviews. She said it's not just about giving gifts. Either sixty percent of the survey's respondants plan to shop for themselves. Why all the self gifting well in a word sales things are cheap. I mean, that's really it. You know, what you want? Everybody knows what they want. And then you see this parade of cyber week. Black Friday cyber Monday deals. It's really hard. Not to be like, well, actually, I kind of want that expensive television. And I'm not gonna ask mom and dad for that. This is the moment. It's never going to be less expensive so nominal buy it for myself. Yep. The survey also found that twenty five percent of shoppers plan to spend more on tech this year is that do you think also because tech is getting cheaper. Or is it just more mainstream? I think it's just more mainstream. So we found that more than ever people want to receive for instance, smart watches, it used to be that cell phones were the top of our list now smart watches or at the top of our list. And we're finally reaching a point especially with apple watch. Let's be honest where it has reached mass adoption lots of people have them. It seems like a, you know, a quote unquote, normal gift not necessarily a nerdy gift. It's just a gift. Was there? Anything in the survey that particularly surprised you. I think that it is interesting how many people want to give or do give subscriptions to Amazon prime. It's a very specific surprise. But it's also a very specific thing. And we it's not uncommon to give subscriptions to things. An easy gift to give especially at the last minute. But we found that the most common subscription gift for people in our survey to give is a subscription to Amazon prime. So it's very meta. Like, oh, give you a subscription to something that allows you to give to other people. Let's talk about this sort of the industry broadly. Are there any surprising shakeouts with manufacturers? Are there brands that are pulling ahead that you didn't see coming or or companies that you're looking at the survey results and saying like, maybe you need to worry more than you thought. You know, I would say that in the smart home category. Google is catching up to Amazon, maybe even faster than we expected to Alexa, really was the stand in for smart home speakers in the past Google's catching up really quickly. We've seen them named. I think that apple well, obviously, a common gift brand. We are seeing a lot of interest in non apple phones, Google pixels. Getting a lot of attention. So we're seeing some up and comers. Start to pull ahead a little bit. Lindsey Turrentine is the editor in chief of C net reviews, you can find links to that holiday shopping survey at our website marketplace, tech dot org tomorrow. We'll take a deeper look at one of the hot categories, the smart home. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Over the past few months. You've been hearing divided decade are year long project covering the great recession, and it's ongoing impact. As a nonprofit news organization. We believe this kind of in depth. Reporting is essential to help people understand the economic forces that affect our lives to support this important work. Please go to marketplace dot org to become a marketplace investor with the donation of five dollars or more. Thank you. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Amazon web services. 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An argument against Big Tech being so big

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:29 min | 2 years ago

An argument against Big Tech being so big

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Mozilla makers of the brand new fire FOX monitor a free service to help you stay safe from hackers. You'll get a full report if you have compromised accounts and notifications if you appear in new data breaches take care at monitor fire, FOX dot com, and by Lincoln sales navigator with the sales industry changing so fast. It can be a challenging time to be a sales professional, but Lincoln is here to help blinked in provides you with unrivalled data on buyers through sales navigator as well as a smarter and more powerful way to approach them. Go to Lincoln dot com slash APM. Marketplace for your free thirty day trial and get closer to the right people. The biggest tech companies seemed different when they started out. But one author says that now they're just regular old monopolies from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Part of the reason there's a backlash against big tech. These days is because some of these companies are so big they're big in terms of users. See Facebook's two billion, plus big valuation, Amazon and apple have both topped a trillion dollars and big in market share more than ninety percent of all web searches happen on Google. The US is taking baby steps toward possible. Regulation Europe is taking more like Paul Bunyan's is steps, but critics argue these companies should have been slowed down long ago. Tim Wu is a Columbia law. Professor and author of the new book the curse of bigness antitrust in new gilded age. He says tech companies in particular were allowed to grow too. Big too fast. They're kind of like an overgrown baby that's still in its waddling close in its crib being protected from the outside world. They have a series of laws that protect tech industry in ways that other industries aren't protected, and they're also unregulated. Unlike let's say telephone industry or banks and that gives vantage as well. Well, you talk about the failure of regular. Leaders to realize that say Instagram was a competitor to Facebook. And so I wonder how much of that was like you said a lack of a regulatory will and ongoing swatting if he will or if it was actually just a misunderstanding of the technology and the potential I think a little bit of both. So I was in government during the campaigns where Facebook bought up much major competitors. Google bought up, frankly, hundreds of companies, and in government, people didn't understand the technology at all the business model giving stuff away for free competing for attention losing money for many years in order to make money later that all just didn't really compute with a bunch of people who were used to looking for kind of monopoly of the old fashioned, even Microsoft righty where you charged money or standard oil controlling an actual product. So that I think was all sort of confusing the other hand, I do think that this crib effect was still there. So new industry exciting. Thing. You know, they seemed full of really good people. So you know, why not just let them buy up all the rivals. Well, and how does this fit into say the FTC's starting to have conversations about trying to overhaul antitrust regulations for the digital age like is the Sherman act going to cut it? Or are they in fact, just normal old monopolies? I do think what a lot of people are realizing is you don't necessarily need a whole new law designed to deal with them. You just have to accept that their businesses. Maybe in some cases, you have to understand that they're interested in attention and not just money, but they turn attention into money. I think what we're learning is some of the older principles really should still apply a standard oil's basic method was to gain a monopoly by buying up all its most dangerous competitors. And that's exactly what Facebook did. So I'm in the school that suggests the old principles which call for the break-up of big monopolies have not gone out of date. Tim Wu is author of the new book the curse of bigness antitrust in the new gilded age that book it's available today. We had a much longer. Sation with Tim on the make me smart podcast. You can find that on apple podcasts or wherever you get your pods. And now for some related links. I rest in peace, STAN Lee who brought us so many things, including of course, that Connick line from Spiderman with great power comes great responsibility. Which of course, is exactly what we're talking about. Now on Monday in Paris, France, and some US tech companies put out a declaration calling for more regulation of the internet for cyber security privacy and to slow down the spread of misinformation. The United States is not currently listed as a supporter of the Paris. Call for trust insecurity in cyberspace, among US, tech companies Facebook, Cisco, Microsoft, Salesforce and Google did sign on. It's actually not dissimilar to something announced last week by Tim burners Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web called the contract for the web Facebook and Google also signed onto that it's a set of principles around affordability access and privacy, and it'll be launched in full next may. Day. And sure at the moment, I know these things are mostly just big announcement. But they're important because this thing the internet the World Wide Web has changed keeps changing our lives, and at the same time it's susceptible to the same problems as anything that humans create and it's so big and profound and powerful that it will take a large and global effort to keep refining it and in case all of that is too high falutin end up in the cloud. The Washington Post has a very black mirror story out this week about a UK study on how driverless cars are going to change tourism, and nightlife and apparently become little mobile paid sex bubbles because also thing about humans is that there's not a single invention that we won't somehow start using for sex. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Susan in Alta, California wrote to tell us she believes marketplace is an important source of business news, and that she trusts are hosts and reporters to be clear and objective. She's also a marketplace investor to join her and keeping public service journalism strong, donate online at marketplace dot org. Thanks to season and everyone who makes our work possible.

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Lincoln dot com. Slash w. o. n. d. e. r. y.. So make you mentioned the Chem trail conspiracy theory in, and that brings up a question. Is there ever some little grain of truth or some way that somebody logically came to this idea or as in the case of the Chem trails, a conspiracy theory with somebody just laying on a grassy hill one day, look up at the sky and they saw a plane and they saw the white stuff coming out the back and thought, hey, hey, wait a minute. I have an idea. I think that could be chemicals trying to control the environment. I mean, is it that kooky or is there often something there? A lot of conspiracy theories arise from genuine concern. The people have and the Cantrell conspiracy theory, I think ties in with concerns of people have about polluting the environment. They look up and they see the contrails which just clouds made a world of Apor and they think that. Some kind of craft exhaust or some kind of spraying going on. And yet obviously concerning to people, a loss of people concerned about pollution about the environment and these concerns kind of latch onto these conspiracy theories and amplify them. So it's very easy to point to a controversial in the sky and say, look, pollution, we should do something about it, and then people ask, well, what is that? And then they say, oh, it's a cab trial is being sprayed by the government and then the it gives legs to the conspiracy theory. If there's a real concern behind it, that is a big jump though to go from. Well, that's pollution too. That's a government conspiracy. That's a big jump yet it is. But if you already predisposed to believe that they're conspiracies than is not that big of a jump, if you believe in one conspiracy theory, it's actually very easy to get sucked into a different conspiracy theory, and that there are less. Nls conspiracy theories are very low level ones. Like for example, burying JFK assassination theories, and then this very, very complex and extreme ones like the flat of and things like the nine, eleven and Chem trails sit in the middle. So someone say a suspicious about whether the government was involved in nine, eleven than it quite easy for them to make that shift and say, oh, perhaps the government is also spraying things out of planes in the the the flow right conspiracy theory as being around for over one hundred years, which is the Floride is being added to the drinking water in order to subdue the population to poison. The population various forms of that have been around for a really long time and vaccination conspiracy theories of being around for a very long time. So people believe the vaccine's poison is not that much of a stretch for them to think that the exhaust planes is poison. Well. What I was going to ask you to is, do people who believe in a conspiracy theory usually believe in a lot of them or is it that everything else is fine, but this one things got me bugged. Well, I arrange things on a spectrum and someone who believes associate conspiracy theory on the spectrum will almost always believe every single conspiracy theory that below that on the spectrum. If one believes in Chem trials, they will absolutely believe nine eleven was a control demolition. If someone believes the the sandy hook shootings was staged, they will believe that nine eleven was a control demolition, and they will probably believe in the Cantrell conspiracy theory as well. They definitely is this relation between light belief in woollen belief in others, but he's always, they always have one is that fright favorite conspiracy theory? And that's the one that they talk about the most and is generally the one that's the most extreme on the spectrum. One of the reasons I might suspect that conspiracy theory. Were somewhat of a recent phenomenon is the role of the media and movies and television, and do they play a role in perpetuating these? Actually, if you look at the move is about conspiracy theories like including the movie, this cold conspiracy theory and all the x. files shows and things like that. The conspiracy theorists are almost invariably correct. So this this kind of misconception. The Hollywood is portraying a conspiracy theorist as being these kooks. Obviously, they seem like that kooks in the movie, but at the end of the movie is revealed that they were in fact correct. All almost argue that this some kind of conspiracy to make conspiracy theorists look good..

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on 600 WREC

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02:45 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Slash twist lincoln dot com slash twit when you go there you're gonna get a fifty dollar credit towards your first job posting think about that fifty bucks a sitting there waiting for you so i want you to pull over i want you to get for new computer i want you to get off line at blue bottle or wherever you're having your spread and go to lincoln dot com slash twist lincoln dot com slash twist and get that fifty dollar credit terms and conditions apply of course like any of these things and i can tell you we've had an incredible incredible run finding highly talented people on lincoln and using linked jobs get fifty bucks and give it a shot let me know how it goes for you lincoln dot com slash twist hey and go follow me me as a contact on linked you can find jason kao candice i'm right there and you'll see how often i'm on there i'm posting clips from the show i'm asking questions lincoln is just on fire so go ahead and go to lincoln dot com slash twit for your fifty dollars credit today all right let's get back to this amazing episode hey everybody welcome back to this week and start if you do the show twice a week we've been doing so for nine years and if you wanna help there are two things you can do number one read a review my mom reads everyone on i tunes number two tweet the episode of you like the tweet h you're on facebook or lincoln let a couple of friends know about it we really do this show well when i think about why we do the show number one i like to have an excuse to have an intelligent discussion like you and i are having jeff and number two great for deal flow people from around the world watched the show and then they email jason calcutta's with their business so if you're listening and you have a business you need money i'm an angel investor i write checks living so glad any jason comcast my guest today has a new book out dying for a paycheck how modern management harms employee health and company performance and what we can do about it and of course you were here back in two thousand fifteen talking about leadership bs fixing workplaces and careers one truth at a.

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"My voice you have linked in page i know you do and that means you also know that you're going to find quality candidates on linked in businesses rate lincoln jobs forty percent higher than job boards at delivering quality candidates and you know this is it's because it's the world's largest professional network so just ask the hundreds of thousands yes hundreds of thousands of businesses that have posted to lincoln jobs over the past year twenty two million professionals and this is the amazing number view and apply to jobs on lincoln every week i'm not saying twenty two million people log onto linked in every week that would be an amazing number in of itself no twenty two million people look at the jobs and apply to the jobs on linked in every week and that's in every industry so if you're not using lincoln for your hiring needs you are missing out here's your call to action and this is a good one i want you to go to lincoln dot com slash twist lincoln dot com slash t w i s t when you go there you're going to get fifty dollars credit towards your first job posting think about that fifty bucks a sitting there waiting for you so i want you to pull over i want you to get in front of your computer i want you to get off line at blue bottle or wherever you're having your espresso and go to linked dot com slash twist linked in dot com slash twist and get that fifty dollar credit terms and conditions apply of course like any of these things and i can tell you we've had an incredible incredible run finding highly talented people on lincoln and using linked in jobs so get that fifty bucks and give it a shot let me know how it goes for you lincoln dot com slash twist hey and go follow me ed me as a contact on linked and you can find me jason kao candice i'm right there and you'll see how often i'm on there i'm posted clips from the show i'm asking questions linked in is just on fire so go ahead and go to lincoln dot com slash twist for your fifty dollars credit today all right let's get back to this amazing episode welcome back everybody i'm your host jason calcutta's go ahead and follow me on twitter at jason.

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"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

Marketing Over Coffee

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln dot com" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee

"Towards your first campaign all you have to do is go to lincoln dot com slash mo sign up over there and you'll get one hundred bucks to start playing around with with ads there's a bunch of stuff we've got to talk about there's been some interesting campaigns within mail that we've seen that are very successful so that's something if you haven't played around with you wanna get into and of course they're sponsored content and everything else over there i mean most of our listeners are probably already using this front but here's an opportunity to get another one hundred bucks to throw around and it's great for your own side projects to you know you've got something else that you're working on that you wanna validate or you want to another one of your clients customers or friends up with this is a great opportunity to jump on board again we think linked in for their support of marketing over coffee head on over to lincoln dot com slash emo see and we thank them for their support of the show okay and so you've got a very specific process twelve questions that you lay out to define what that dna is and talk a little bit about that that's a once you get to that just a specific answer or do companies tend to have a little bit of each of those types of dna how does that work yeah so so i built the test because as i said i discovered these companies actually do things very differently the test which is just twelve questions on kind of helps push you in the direction of what what your core dna is so what happens then of course is that you're not going to answer all twelve of them i mean very few companies answer all of them against one of those models usually there's a majority you know eight of them are one in the few are the are the other so it is it's just like human dna where you have a facing dna but underneath that facing ganders supporting dna that is still there but not present if you will so for example i have green is i have blue eyes and brown is in my dna but they're not the ones that are facing the public.