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The Current State Of Outbound Lead Generation

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:46 min | 9 months ago

The Current State Of Outbound Lead Generation

"My guest today is Dana Lindahl data is the founder of legendary lead Gen. One of the first outbound focused marketing agencies. He and his team have been helping business to business service companies and marketing agencies grow since two thousand fourteen. Is, specialty is in helping companies, set sales appointments with their ideal prospects, as well as establishing them as an authority within their industry. That's what we're going to be talking about today. Thanks so much for joining me today. Thanks Diane. I'm really excited to talk all things Li generation and responsible use of Lincoln. I love that. Okay. We're GONNA start with the responsible use of lake debt. So, will you please explain the listeners what you mean by that? I think the easier way to explain this would be to explain I the irresponsible use of linked in, which is what's actually a much more pervasive, right? which is the type of things that your listeners are probably. So sick of getting into their inboxes, which is somebody connects with them and minutes to a day. Later, they received some sort of template pitch into their inbox that is not targeted at them at all, and it doesn't even into account whether that person might need or appreciate what's being said to them, and that's I would say the approach that about eighty to ninety percent of people who are doing quote unquote lead generation on linked in are taking these days and it's really unfortunate because linked in is a great place to connect with other. To specifically for beat the B but just other people in business a great place to learn as a great place to network and Mrs even doubly. So in the Times of reduce networking in Covid, nineteen times. So I really feel like a lot of people are doing themselves a disservice by reaching out in such a way that makes people remember them as the type of person who did not approach the other party in a way. That is respectful. And unlike other channels such as for example, cold email in cold calling has been around for a but with those, it's difficult to actually see directly who it is who's Essen you Or contacting you without doing your own homework and trying to click through and find out more information with them on linked in your face and your profile and everything connected to your company is right there visible. So when you reach out to someone and you don't put your best foot forward, it's easier for them to remember that to walk away with a bad impression of who you are. So, there's my you know quick explanation of what not to do but I wanNA run through. We can go into a lot more detail on each of these specific things but. My version in my philosophy on what works well in what is responsible way to use? Lincoln for the generation encompasses a couple of different things. I is growing your network simply connecting with people who are, either they could be a good fit for you to have as clients, but to advance your network and the people that you know we can get connected with. Linked in has a different way of showing things to people and using their algorithm than the other social networks so. For example, on facebook if you scroll through your newsfeed, you see your friends and maybe you see something from friends of friends but that's about it. That's where it stops unlinked in. You'll scroll through your newsfeed and you'll see your connections and then you also see your connections connections and your connections connections connections. It's kind of the best type of exponential growth that we can hope for in two thousand twenty because the other types of exponential growth that we've been experienced in have all been related to the virus and that's not. What we really want but then is really a multiplier effect. When you ask somebody to your network, your first degree network, their whole first degree network now becomes your second degree network. So if you add someone who has a large network themselves. Just added maybe ten thousand people to your second degree network. This is ten thousand more people who have a possibility to see your content when you post it and linked in being the content deficient platform that it is I. Believe the statistic is that less than one percent of their user base actually posting regularly they're showing this content to so many more people than you can reach. On then on the other social networks,

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The math correctly already means that Chris Lindahl has to write that check right now great all right yeah you too Jessica ready I'm just going to quickly call him and just let him know about it I have this number here here we go this may or may not go well I've never called him he only texted I've only tested this may be a horrible idea but we're going to just try and he's probably busy selling somebody a house yeah he's gonna roll me to voicemail this is what writing keep writing the check you know what we'll call in later anyway Kress you know what Chris ends the animal emergency referral center of minister I think people have to write it all they both to write right now yes you're right guarded out at twenty two at twenty two all right they both do so that doubles I'm calling the dark lord three thousand more watch she's gonna learn hello darklord I usually call to make fun of you but are you ready are you sitting on your brooms I'm sitting on my broom twenty five thousand two hundred and ninety five dollars Naseer and if we're doing the math correctly and Alexis is our math quiz I think we've hit the three thousand dollar goal just within this show us that is so amazing and it's Chris Lindahl yeah uhhuh and.

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"lindahl" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"lindahl" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"From the Chris Lindahl realistic news T. L. Minneapolis two seven eight a relief rally on Wall Street tell me the Brady fox news the jobs report for may showing surprise gains two and a half million jobs created as businesses started to bring workers back that sent the Dow soaring back over twenty seven K. and prompted a White House news conference one of the reasons where this position is because we have such a strong foundation president trump considers at the start of the great American comeback though for now unemployment remains high at thirteen point three percent Joe Biden criticizing the president's coronavirus response the president did not act quickly when he was warned to act when he was spoken to his even his own team talked about imac also accusing the president again of stoking racial tensions well the president pledges to focus on renewal and recovery for all communities the U. S. army secretary just announcing that the crew of a National Guard helicopter involved in an apparent show of force flying low over DC Monday night has been grounded pending a Pentagon investigation also confirming that military police recently staged near DC are being sent home a unanimous vote by the Minneapolis city council to ban chokeholds by police part of the new agreement between the city and state they've been negotiating since a civil rights investigation was launched by the state this week after George Floyd's death in police custody the agreement also requires officers to intervene and report it if they see other officers using improper force New York governor Andrew Cuomo urging state lawmakers to pass reforms as soon as next week stopping police abuse vindicates the overwhelming majority ninety nine point nine percent of police who are there to do the right thing and do do the right thing every day Cuomo unveiling a say their name reform agenda that also includes banning chokeholds and calls for transparency of officers prior disciplinary records America is listening to fox news reliable dependable there's two you got it your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com Minnesota news network on Scott Peterson is expected governor Tim walls today announcing a turning of the economic dial in response to covert nineteen guarding next Wednesday June tenth we will be turning that dial will head back into our restaurants with some capacity restrictions will be in place gyms fitness studios other operations we believe we should be able to handle this on Monday restaurants and bars were able to open up the outdoor dining with restrictions barber shops and salons were also able to re open with restrictions thirty three more Minnesotans have died from covert nineteen the state health department reporting as of today one thousand one hundred forty eight Minnesotans have died from corona virus the Minneapolis city council today voted to ban the use of chokehold by police center require police to report an intervening time they see on authorized use of force by another officer in the aftermath of George Floyd dying while in police custody on Memorial Day Sumaya from Blaine says she had to be a George Floyd's memorial service in Minneapolis Thursday because I.

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"lindahl" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"lindahl" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Down this is Linden Lindahl a great defense attorney here in town the other rule for motorcycle riders or the mantra is there are two types of writers those who have spilled in those who have yet to spell and you're saying you've never been in an accident my confession is that yes I have spelled B. O. you have I have how bad was it broken jaw did you spell it yourself or did you get in an accident I was surely the party at fault it was a it was a one vehicle one person accident no need for the captain brothers no however we have what I were to be entertained yeah I would have immediately called him brothers valleys long thank you Hey did I set that up nicely what what is really spooky Linden Linden Lindahl defense counsel down there at Fresno view you've worked on and a bunch of counties in California the huh yes I am I have worked if I could just write him off the top of my head Fresno Madera Merced Mariposa mmhm Los Angeles San Bernard Dino what's that one way up in the northeast motor you know Modoc until our county I have not done MODOK yeah I've done up near you or something like that you the city was it something like that done a bunch of I've done about a hearing on a bluff no not up here in northern California yes I am I go where the big foot one I've might might have been basically Santa Rosa area downs to the south you know but you were down there as a wheel attorney what is a wheel attorney well in cases where people that cannot afford legal counselor charged with crimes yeah and those two things tend to intersect quite often yes it does people that need legal representation I take cases that have been on for lack of better term conflict it out right home from the public defender and the other layers of indigent defense right and so when someone gets to me as a wheel attorney that would be for a number of reasons conflicts there are too many different kinds of conflicts to describe but often for example one would be where there are five or six or ten people charged in the case and none of them can afford counsel then and many times there are cases like that where there's ten ten different attorneys there's public defenders will conflict out the second level conflicts will conflict out the third level and then eventually just gets assigned to private attorneys right that's correct that's where I end on this right my practices is a mixture of both indigent defense and privately retained the problem but the problem with that is it's very difficult going through this case because you have ten different attorneys that have ten different calendars and want to be there at ten different times it's herding cats yeah it's herding cats yeah good way of putting it yeah and and then you eventually have to try to go to trial with all them tune in me to many of the may played out but typically trials are gonna have to three four tourney's on it that's often true and I have done a large amount of trials I think part of why I love doing this and I do love doing it yeah for reasons perhaps inexplicable but we're gonna explain this because it's going to be my next lead up questions of how many trials have you done I have taken one hundred and eighty one cases to jury for that that's amazing however I think I'm slowing down perhaps it's age perhaps it's the alignment of the stars after doing a hundred and eighty one in my first twenty years and some change I haven't tried a case in the last year and a half so well and you said you like don't know why well glee I'm something of an adrenaline junkie I like I like the court room and like the adrenaline that comes with it and I like situations where one often has to think fast on their feet I think fast I may not think well yeah it's funny because a lot of people go well you guys are yeah you're an attorney or your the research the the the study in the reading the books the this and the other thing and I said no what makes a great criminal attorney is that we think fast on our feet then go you are correct Sir the ability to counter punch well I gotta say one of the reasons why ray Appleton them said you know come into radio show as like Walmart radio that they're like yes we think fast on your feet you could you could you know you could sit there and have an answer to anything basically and it comes from that practice that we get comfortable having an argument thrown out of left field or a witness that that makes a statement that you never heard before and you gotta think how my gonna make this you know favorable to my client that's absolutely correct you have to frankly in an adversarial legal situation where we not to stray too far into the law we're we do not always bear the burden of proof we need to put them the other side of the table to their burden of proof that I only need to think fast on his critical and you actually work the other side your prosecutor for many years to yes I was a prosecutor under the the late ed hunt Fresno county district attorney and it is fabless guy to work for I am missing god rest his soul he's not L. really really liked working for him I did yes ma'am the the one the one and why because I want to see what your answers compared to what I think it is he had a good sense of humor not self producers but at least with me they and that's partially true I've always found though that the one one of the reasons why a lot of guys will have that feeling about it Hon and you know it had his problems and everything and and he he but but one thing he was was hands off he basically said if you think you're making the right decision in he said in earth a lot rougher tone though I I know the actual words I said but basically he's saying all those well exactly as I think you told everybody that he basically said don't leave me hanging basically is the way it is the word that he would use in in other terms that's what I recall too but it was it was fun for that the line deputy do because they got to make an assessment of their case they were told whether they were making the right decision after the decision was made I guess what it would be and as long as they didn't embarrass the office and as long as they did what they think was justice than they were willing to back them up on it that's how I found it to be yeah then you had it in my room what Meyer and was one of your supervisor I'm assuming right my range repair marriage yes great guy I mean we give him such a hard time when when he was in the office him my brother Peter and I would just yelled Meyer and why you don't follow the law tell your tell your deputies to Baba Baba and kind of miss that guy well he had the he Myron had thick skin and he didn't let it get under his skin yes able to evaluate things and to let his people practice law yeah yes do you made you miss well would you would you favor more being a prosecutor defense attorney I love being a defense attorney and I say that without hesitation and what what do you see the difference is why do you like it more I like it more first of all because your when you handle a case for your client your client is a human being is if it as a prosecutor you always represented the people now sometimes with the people there are people whose interest you're looking on the victim's trial version right and the victims families condos for people seeking justice but often dealing in the criminal arena on the people are just that it's a nebulous concept I often say I do not represent the people anymore I represent one person how interesting flaws and all Larson all right but I represent a human being I don't I think most people don't understand that they don't realize that the prosecutor is in the name of god literally on the complaint the people of the state of California correct so you lose that personal touch and even though they have the flaws you prefer that personal interaction with the person you're representing well when I have to answer to someone on when I look my clients in the eye that's often the tail when they have confidence in my ability no matter what kind of situation they're in I find that very very satisfying we'll be right back with Linden Lindahl this is K. M. V. to adapt to this changing world.

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"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

Millennial Money

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

"That was? That's a really important element. And and so as the business grew so rapidly really we had to grow with it and change and there came a point when and we were I was able to. You will appreciate this Finance it from within and Then we couldn't anymore because twenty five percent of dollars is a lot different than twenty five percent of ten million dollars. Yeah it's It's so we were and this is way before. IPO's were you know like like the ch right so We were going to have to go and get serious. Bat Bank financing an Anti Yada Yada Yada to keep on growing and going and I knew that I really didn't want to do that and And at the same time my phone rang one day and it was from one fishing to see if we're interested in selling the pistole and within the within Probably an I it was eighteen months. Honored Unquote me on that but We ended up selling the business to And the and the yeah and the growth was part. You know financing that growth was part of him sure sure so and so in nineteen ninety we sold the business business and I stuck out stuck it out you know I had contract to see the transition to and all but in by by nineteen ninety two I was gone I was back in the art studio. Well what a what a story I mean. That's just it's just so fascinating fleeting and encouraging. I've been entrepreneur my entire career so I know what it's like to do fifty million jobs and to you know to to have a vision for something and it's it's always like so inspiring to talk to you other other people who've who've done the same thing and have done it with such success do. Do you still wear bras. Oh well I do. I will say one of their whole in the sports. The Universe is for larger breasted women. Bill is not a really good functional. Maybe that's larger to know you know I did I did. I have did start another business. But that was for medical a bribe. It's not but it's called the compressor comfort Bra but it's actually a medical device for breast. Cancer survivors was developed. Something called LIMCA team and That's it that was really interesting Discovery to learning and discovery. That was and it's now distributed by Joep with who are premier compression company. Getting on my plug fan. Gosh I'm on just how you've been able to take the initial idea you had recreated in different ways with the knowledge you have. I think is is really inspiring hiring. I'd love for if somebody's listening and they're they're trying to figure maybe they have this big idea and they're trying to figure out how how to bring it to life. What would you tell them to to focus on? Maybe something they could do immediately something they could do today right about it. Well every everybody's different. Everyone is different but for me it was just sit down one of the most valuable things I did. And everybody's gone then grown but one of the most valuable invited with it down and write down a vision whether you call it a vision statement if you're more visual vision board or right when the small business administration made me write a business plan. It was the best thing I ever did. And at the time I called it financial fairytale because I was going to expire. I had no idea but I had to think we can all through. I had to envision it and it was so powerful and so helpful so bad. Maybe actually all that would be the second thing because the first thing I would do take myself seriously That's such a good D- suggestion and I think so many of us just we discount ourselves. Oh I can't do that or that's not a good idea or I surely early can't have enough money to get it off the ground. What fill in the blank? Whatever it is? I think that's right. You're right you're afraid vice and.

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"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

Millennial Money

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

"Maybe you might be able to come up with a few more made that change your mind. But we'll all the alternatives I weigh those out. Are Any of those practical or any of those options. Do they actually work in your situation. Maybe maybe not I. I don't know the answer to that. If you do decide to go ahead with us you'd have to withhold taxes took money out of your 401k. So most people don't like to do that that instead what most people elected to do something called a trustee to trustee transfer to an IRA so rolling your 401k money directly into a new IRA where you can opt not to have taxes withheld and then pay up later or if you can put the money back within sixty days you avoid some of of those cons associated with this process so Ben. There's a lot of things to consider because taking money out of your retirement. Count does have some hefty downsides. It's but also don't discount the emotional side and really spend some time thinking about that really because a lot of this process. You can't undo what you've done it so really look at things right amount on piece of paper. Think about your situation and then with some confidence Make your decision so I hope that at least helped you point in the right direction. If you're listening you haven't asked. Shana what are you waiting for. Head on over. Not linking the show notes or over to our podcast hub at 'em money podcast dot com right on the homepage. You'll find the ask. Shana section fill it out and I'm so excited to answer your question.

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"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

Millennial Money

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

"Thanks for all you do. I recently accepted a new job which I start next week. My new employer will allow me to join their 401k plan after a a year with the company I'm wondering what I should do with my current 401k. One of my goals for the year is to be debt free. I'm considering potentially extracting in using seeing some of my existing 401k funds to pay off my credit card debt and student loans. I also have a Roth IRA. So I'm thinking about adding the maximum out this year. That account with the funds as well. I know that this won't incur taxes when I'm really wanting to wipe away my debt. I realized the standard option would be Lee. The 401K ask. This is until next year when I could add to it with my new account. Is it okay to consider using some of my 401k to take care of the debt Ben. Thanks so much for being a listener. This is a great question and I'm GONNA run off a list of Khans taking money out of your 401k. Your IRA excetera before age fifty nine and a half but at the end of day there. Also if you pros potentially that I want you to think about so so the cons you'll have ten percent penalty on the funds. You take out plush. You'RE GONNA pay taxes based off your tax rate so let's give an easy example. Let's let's say you make seventy thousand dollars a year and you took out twenty thousand dollars from your retirement account. You'd be taxed on ninety thousand dollars that year which may not some bad except it could put you in a higher tax bracket in then result in higher tax bill. So something you definitely want to think about talk to counter counter. CPA with your specific numbers. So you know how that will directly impact you so while you'll be paying off your debt which is obviously a pro. Oh and you'll be knocking out. Whatever that interest rate is on the flip side you may have to just plan a little bit for a tax bill? Plus of course it also means Ornell lower your retirement fund balance and any potential growth so those are the negatives now with that said this is where it comes down to the I call it quote unquote how I sleep at night factor if you understand the negatives boss you really. We've really really really really. I don't know how many realize I'm going to have to do here. But let's just say like fifty really's hate your debt. The point that it keeps you from sleeping soundly you wake up in the morning. Like cold sweats. I hate that I hate this hate paying every month. It makes me stressed stressed out. I'm afraid whatever those words are for you then you have something to consider in. This is where the gray area really comes in because if we look at the cons if you look at the math around taking money out of your retirement account. It doesn't bode really well but this whole month we're talking about the emotional side of money and I talk about this all the time on the show because I think it's really important and we overlook the emotional side of money if you go to a financial planner. They're gonNA look him in the face and probably tell you don't take money out because it doesn't mathematically make sense but the emotional side side of money says okay but we also have to consider at what cost so just like in your retirement accounts when you're deciding what to invest in. You're looking at get your risk tolerance like how risky wannabe. How much risk are you're willing to take on for a potential return? The same thing can kind of be said in situations like this weighing wing out the pros and cons if the con- is so negative to you of having this death like I said it's told you back it's keeping you up at night. It's it's making see you panic and filled with anxiety whatever it is for you if that is so unbearable to you then it's worth considering maybe the cons are are not as bad as they are in your situation so it really is gonNA come down to thinking about those two different connects how they way for you in your situation. I will say before you decide to take money out of your retirement account. I would look at every other option I I and maybe you have but can you find extra cash in your bank account each month that you can put towards the payoff are you. Actually in your numbers burst every month looking at where your money's being spent. Can you get a low interest loan. Maybe from parents or relative something where you can pay off that.

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"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

Millennial Money

14:06 min | 1 year ago

"lindahl" Discussed on Millennial Money

"The experts. Say that the best way to start a thriving business is to solve a problem that you have then. Of course there. There are a million and one details that you have to consider but this month were talking you put a healthy money mindset in considering the power of what if what if the idea you have for a problem you want to solve ends up changing culture and people's lives it's pretty powerful. Lisa's story Lori is one for the record books. How more people don't know about her really truly baffles? Me and I don't want to spoil her story. But Lisa love to Ronnie was like her stress reliever but she hated what happened to the curls will call them when she would run so she got there had to be a solution and and there wasn't so she just created one. How crazy is that? And then she created an entire marketplace for sports bras as we we know it. She profiles her story in her new book. Unleash the girls the untold story of the invention of Sports Bra and how it changed the world and me but I want you to hear the story from her. So let's dig in Lisa. I am so excited to have you on the podcast. You are a legend and I'm honored or to have you here with us both thank you. Should I really appreciate it. I love beyond I love being on your podcast. I think it's great I I I really millennial money. Wow tell me about it while we had just have got an amazing group of listeners. Hundreds of thousands of listeners. All around the world that have been following me for about five years now and listening to how I attempt attempt to bring real life to money you know. I think it's this thing that touches every single one of us and touches every aspect of our lives and so my goal goal is just a hard way does yeah. My goal is just to help. Break Down that taboo topic in the stigma around money so that we can come to a place to have cool conversations about about it good for new and a woman walked right exactly. Yeah I mean talking about that you and your business partner started the first sports bra which I feel like I need to just like give you a virtual hi fi for doing in in seventy eighty seven and I mean I can only imagine what the entrepreneurial climate for women was in the Seventies. What what was sort of your experience? Variance back then with entrepreneurship. So while I was very scanty to say the least I I really wasn't planning to go into business business at all. I was working as a secretary to make money and I had a art studio in my basement and I. We're had gone back to school. Because like many women of my generation I had interrupted my college education to get married my I have been to where he was going and But in seventy six I guess it was. I'd gone back to school to finish my undergraduate degree and and start on my graduate degree and When I came up with the idea for a bra for when I was running I thought it would be a nice little mail order business on the side and help me get through school? Yeah go into business. I didn't think so A. Wow what are are you. An avid runner at the time is kind of how you felt like wait a minute. We need something more little bit more. Supportive here oh absolutely at the time is is running about thirty miles a week and the which is about five or six miles a day and the real irony is oh I was not Athletic as a kid. I wasn't one of those girls out in the field hockey doing field hockey. You're on the tennis court or anything like that. I I I kind of shied away from organized sports and all that but boy when I discovered running I loved it it was I was not a competitive runner for me. Running with more of a spiritual practice. Actually it was it just connected me to beautiful outdoor door spaces and to the natural world and I loved it except my breath bounced and we're comfortable yes. I could see how that would be a problem. I think it's so fascinating I was. I was telling my mom that I was doing this interview with you. And she said well you know in the sixties and seventies Mundy's A.. We weren't in this kind of like exercise climate that we were in that we're in now she's like I think we all just we. We didn't have everything automated so we had to do the washing ourselves we had to mow our lawns ourselves. And do all these other things. So there wasn't maybe necessarily that need to be the exercise friendly as we are today but She said that she absolutely remembered when the first sports bra came out. And she I kept thinking. Well this is interesting like why hasn't this come about you know. Why didn't somebody think about this already? So I think it's fascinating that you came up with this idea that. How did you then decide like okay? I have this idea. How in the world did you figure out like then how to he to get made and it did? Did you talk about it with like some of your girlfriends like what was your process like that. That also ironic because I all right so it started out as a joke really because my sister called me and said I just begun running. And what did I do to for broad. I told her I I know and she said why. Isn't there jockstrap for women You know pay my dear different part of the anatomy and I said that's not such such a bad idea and but the irony is I don't so I took an eighth grade grades sewing class and I flunked flunked. Well I got a D really well but my friend polly was in the same class and she did really really well and and she happened that summer of nineteen seventy seven. She happened to be Renting a room from me and my husband because she was the costume designer for the champlain. Champlain's Shakespeare Festival because he was because Tim designer. Knock on on her door upstairs and I said Pauli Pauli help. Yeah I want to build this Bra. And she rolled her eyes rain but between the two of us. We crafted this very very first sports bra. And actually all right the real truth a working prototype. We had a hard time figuring out how to do a brought. It was really supportive. And the working prototype. The one that finally worked was to Jock straps cut in half so it back together though the pouches became copy and being really and the waistband became a ribbon and the straps crossed on the back. Yes that's it's genius. It literally is a Jockstrap for the for the ladies. That was the first drug bra it will actually. We started client Jock Bra but then decided John Brown was better yes a were you testing prototypes. Would you go out for runs. And Yup Yup Yup and and it wasn't until that one that it actually worked and You Know Schumer is so important I gotTa tell you because even that came into being gene because of a joke my my then husband had we were having trouble he. He literally came down the stairs with his jockstrap pulled over. Had Ha. Ah Look at this and we thought that was so funny that I took it off him and pull it on over my head when the cup went over my breast. Aw Oh you know what I story will they say that right I mean what makes it. Good like entrepreneur. Is He's looking in your in your own life at the problems you have and then creating a solution around that so I mean who better to lutely absolutely at that is true. You know one of the things I always tell people when they're asking about starting businesses and such. I said. Look if you're going into business because you WANNA make if you're you want to be an entrepreneur to make money that is not the right reason to do it at at all if it's because it's a problem that you've spotted and you have a solution great but if all if you just WanNa make money. Don't don't sewer prevent reason right and that is that just because you really WanNa have the passion behind it you want to be able to do the long haul of off whenever winding road. The product takes the service. Business takes absolutely I. I mean because you know you have to wear so many hats and not all of them are fun and you have to be in the nitty gritty in the kitchen washing the dishes as well as then be the visionary who's dealing with complex far-flung plans and ideas as well been and in our case being in the packing and shipping room room and shipping out bras package packaging them and shipping them It it really runs the gamut and you have to be passionate Schnitt about what you're doing in my case I I had no idea for me. I was just telling my own problem and I thought well Gee if I have this problem I bet other women do too and and maybe a nice little Miller business on the side I had no. The orders came in like crazy. I had to quit school. I went I went to my Adviser and said what do I do you know this is just taking off and he looked fit me and he said we say you can always come back to school. Yeah but you should. You should see where the business is going. You know. See what happens and and you know it was Thirteen years before I went back to graduate school. DOC So did it. Was it literally just like one. One woman told another woman told another woman than it just sort of expanded that way or did you guys. Were you in stores. You put out a catalog like how did you. How did you have that expansion happen Well it it was. It's not just word of mouth It we were like sponges. Tell you we learned a lot very quickly quickly One of my favorite. I knew nothing about well. Let me back up and say I was very clear from the beginning that ah the JOG BRA was not lingerie force equipment. It was athlete equipment and so therefore and also I knew that department stores and and selling and buying their with crazy age old business. We were newcomer. Nobody was going to give us the time of day. But in sporting goods stores they were smaller the at the time they were often guide. Who are runners or or jock old football players that you know they were participants? We could talk to them And that was instinct and Then it was just a matter of asking questions of everybody. It is amazing. How wonderful awful people are and how much they really do want to help you? Just have to ask the question and and we did boy we have. I will never forget. Got One of my favorite stories is We put this little tiny ad in running times magazine and said you know jog bra the proper running and it had my my personal address and phone number in it and we had no and even said dealer inquiries invited and I didn't even know a dealer store had told my partner to put that in and I said this thing the retailer they didn't we really didn't know and But anyway I came in from the run one day. And my phone's ringing my my own phone and this is back before cell phones by the way and so I answered it and it was this gentleman from somewhere in the cell and he said I saw. We're here at and are y'all y'all looking for sales reps.

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"lindahl" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"lindahl" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Behind the net and up the near side boards Lindahl pitching from the left point Lamport pokes the puck behind the heart yeah granted it's got it put a pass into the slot nice play their fight doc to check at the center ice no it was fired off of rented at the hot blue one you heard the crowd goal is a nearly hit him in the head but it tumbles into the hot zone in between the circles Keith has it is hard to regroup the fastest the camp mark line right wing father played down or turn the puck over to to scan down the left wing squeeze it in the short side look like winter got just a piece of it the Jews can takes about mark back in behind a locked yeah there is around a lot of circle senator cross over the right wing corner Calvert there for Colorado said the put back in behind bill Maher battling with Gustafson discusses undefended knocked the puck free caliber will get it back behind the Calvert around in the right circles front was intended furniture skinny waved at the camp behind that left the park in the near corner for Keith right to put up the force not out the Jews could took it back here's nutrition along the left wing boards left it there for Bellmawr who put the puck to the corner furniture scam he was tied up and wrestled like us to send them the Parker shot all the way down my keys the nice thing is going to be called your locks you look down on the ice the hawks leading on their sex not a good sign you look at the Q. skin with bell there Calvert excellent ship capital blackrock set the days the entire time war of down that has been the best line for the out so for this game so the top line comes out of the drop the puck to the right of Leonard good place like us to send a squeeze and fight off a check he'll pick up the parking carried a center ice steps over the summer as red stripe guns the puck down the boards and behind the Avnet it balances out of a left wing corner doing out there for the hawks Johnson takes the puck along the boards put it over to graze their quarterback to Johnson you'll pass up the right wing the Landeskog deflects the puck down nice and locks on Conor Murphy corrals the bouncing puck a pass up the right side is from the flex a dissenter ICS take it back Johnson from the benches fires a down the glass this time the letter caught it with a stick in behind moves around to the near side of Murphy gave it had a strong he lost the puck just inside the line ranted and put it into the left corner hawk in the can and they're set back up the boards and passes the puck ahead to a team that we're going to get a whistle and a family here I believe Dennis Gilbert's going to go off again we'll tell you about it after the break trouble one left in the third three one Colorado this is Blackhawks hockey on seven twenty WGN they're more than just teammates their connections for life Patrick Kane knows a game changing opportunity with available four G. LTE E. Y. five Chevy equinox get you connected twenty four seven and it pays to be connected with your local.

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Kris Lindahl going to rod. Look at this by I've never run in my life. I'm not here to sell you something, I'm here to sell something for you Chris. No real estate can give you a guaranteed offer on your home in forty eight hours or less. You can't even order a pizza that fast, sir, you can actually get a pizza hundred thirty you can't. Oh, mine getting me a pepperoni, right away, sir. Kris Lindahl real estate can guarantee you an offer on your home at forty eight hours or less to find out if you qualify. Call seven six three four zero one sold. So what's your real name? Mytalk one zero seven one is KTM, y FM, HD, one Coon Rapids, Saint Paul, Minneapolis. I need information I needed five minutes ago. This is a mytalk dirt alert and everything entertainment. Update heard at the top of every hour on mytalk one zero seven one. What's new in your world acting actor Colin Farrell said he was once so hung over on the sediment report the movie starring. Tom Cruise directed by Steven Spielberg from the early two thousands that it took him more than fifty takes to say one line. Yes. Said it's unclear how many takes everybody said his sister was on the set that day. And she left after about take fifty c I. Yeah he's had a rough. Haven't we all? Yeah. Yeah. James holes Hauer. Well, he lost on jeopardy last night after thirty two straight wins and more than two point four million dollars winnings. It happened last night. It was on the TV. Thank you very much. It's twenty nineteen you are responsible for.

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"lindahl" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And I'm thinking of buying another house. I don't know if actually sales they want that I'm over paid off or you know, say for dump payment name keep the one granted. I don't know what to do. They I would pay cash. For the move. And the way you would have to in order to do that. You would have to sell the one. You're right. Yes. Okay. Because you don't have the money to keep an you. Don't have the money to do both in cash, right? No. Your personal residence. Your personal residence you're wanting to move up into a nicer proper. Okay. I would save up. You finally made it man, you have no payments. What's this rush? Back into debt. Wants to move up in a house and better neighborhood. That's all house him, no problems. So what would your house? So if you're. One eighty five. I look at the prize one five, and what would you or the other house that you would purchase cost? Twenty five. Hundred. So you need another one hundred hundred fifty thousand have you got it. I say for it. Okay lindahl. It that's what I would do move up. And then your next step would be to save up and pay cash for a rental if you want some rentals. After you make the move up into the house that you're that makes happy so good question..

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Man. I met a guy, and I kinda want to track him down because of all the guys I've seen lately he was kind of the best NFL literally had all of these qualities that you listed about her death. And that she was looking for someone. Why Kim because her dad was her first crush, I know. Probably didn't come off that way like that creepy way. But I don't know why why wasn't. I think pretty much any girl. Listening wants to find it. I just up to their dad's standard. Okay. It's not. Textual? It has nothing to do with like sexuality. I'm sorry. I'm not a stripper with daddy issues. Whacked out. Okay. Oh, now, I mean in the end, I'm also crazy. Second chance. Romance Thursdays at seven thirty on Jason and Alexis in the morning on mytalk one zero seven one. Jason live for Kris Lindahl and Kris Lindahl real estate. Okay. It's winter. There's snow up to our foreheads and usually thing. Okay. The housing market slow real estate agents are like bears. They hibernate. No, not like, not Kris Lindahl. They are always in overdrive fall winter spring summer, even if we don't have a spring and a fall, even if we just go right from summer to winter. They are going one hundred miles an hour constantly for you..

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"lindahl" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"From Kris Lindahl relisting studio, twin cities news talk AM, Minneapolis. Anticipate BP cut. Possible breakthrough. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. A vote in the Senate set for later this week on two proposals that could end the partial government shutdown. Fox's Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill competing proposals to reopen. The government we'll get votes in the Senate Thursday is the only proposal the only one currently before us that can be signed by the president majority leader Mitch McConnell laying out the case for legislation based on President Trump's proposal providing five point seven billion dollars in border wall funding in exchange for temporary protection for young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children democratic leader. Chuck Schumer rejected it it hardly represents a softening of his position instead Schumer, urging approval of a house passed plan that would reopen the government for about two weeks time Schumer says for a border security debate. Lisa jared. This is the White House moves forward with plans for the president to deliver the state of the union address one week from tonight even. After speaker Nancy Pelosi asked the president to delay it until after the shutdown Twenty-three-year-old Massachusetts woman last seen living leaving a Boston bar Saturday night has been found alive. Livia Ambrose is now being evaluated the hospital. Boston police expected to update the public this hour. Global growth were raised in week home sales sending stocks lower this afternoon. The Dow dropping as much as four hundred and fifty points rebounding.

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And I guess this is not out of the ordinary because cane toads that is part of their behavior. I survivor there. Create they need right. So they're just like humpity hump. Hey python. Let's do this. I bet it's nice and smooth. And he. All ten of them are doing it. And watching the other one in front of them. It's like all right. I can do this to know. We're doing were they humping the python or each other know the python. Okay. Gripped onto the python. Well in a row just pumping away as their truce. Down this flooding area in Australia. About. Look at those times. Real thirsty. Like, all baby. Oh my God. Time to mate. Then of course, you know. I see this. I'm like, wow. What what's going on with these kidding toads? Then I watched a video. I saw it. Jason. She into a deep YouTube vortex. Likes this. Oh, my oh. My goodness. Yep. Just beware. Those cane toads. Overeagerness, tom. Croaking did want to mention to animal kingdom is brought to us this year by Kris Lindahl real estate. So thank you very much. I'm sure he's proud of the. On persona. You wanna be a task? Sponsorship. Thank you very much Kris Lindahl. Yeah. Thank you very much. Chris fantastic. Why should I don't know if.

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Your period. You know, guys. Paths of the first time. My gosh, you guys I mean. Wow. It happens while you're sleeping. Then. Today sees you when you're sleeping. Knows when your away. Okay. I'm gonna stop right now. Because Elizabeth Scott some dirt. Oh, yeah. All right. Oh, the other thing too. You guys really quick I the other nest algebra that. I loved is that they had a book fair the Scholastica book fair for sure my gosh. I love that thing. I love the little paper the little paper inserts where you could pick the books in advance. Show up in the library. And they'd have all the cards. And it was only like fifty cents were a book have stickers and pens. Mona quimby. Yes. Mouse fund new books that kids are reading now pop patrol was all over the place, and oh, very sweet. So anyway, there's that's okay. Elizabeth research through the dirt alert next. Mytalk one zero seven one everything. I will make snow angels for two hours, and then we'll go ice skating. And then we the whole role of toll house cookie dough as fast as we can and then to finish, snuggle entertainment. Jason lie for my friend, Kris Lindahl and Kris Lindahl real estate. We'll have some good news. You've been following the adventures of my friend, Ted and Ted has been working with Kris Lindahl and Kris Lindahl real estate because he and his wife Gretchen have had a horrible time trying to sell their house while they are working with Kris Lindahl and Ted reported in over the weekend after he finished watching his hallmark movie marathon, he's like Kris Lindahl is as good as you say he is he is fantastic. And what thought I thought was going to be stressful aid stressful.

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Just say no to yo-yo dieting

Lori and Julia

04:47 min | 2 years ago

Just say no to yo-yo dieting

"Right? The pressure to be so the six million people. No one had diabetes. No one had high blood pressure. No, one had elevated cholesterol, and no one had suffered a heart attack, and they were assessed for five years for Wade blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol, and. Anyway. What they said is that people whose weight, and they're going up and down are one hundred and twenty seven percent more die. Okay. So what do they say about the your your diet or we take him five pounds? Like most people go up and down ten pounds every talking like did they I mean? Okay, now, everyone goes up and fashionable fast for one week can damage your heart. Wow. They say that's good for you. I know a lot of people who do that sixteen day fast for day, Greece. People who go like an obese as being anything on your BMI and your doctor said who like try and go to like eight hundred calories a day eight hundred twelve hundred. Experience heart fat, you know, that they have. Yes. Yes. And because if people lose weight like rapidly, the fat goes into your bloodstream this with this research is absorbed by your heart. Yes. Really? Yes. So anyway, healthcare providers, the senior other in this from the university of Korea said, you know, people is much as you look at someone's blood pressure, and their cluster all how is their body weight going up and down because that is a correlation. So anyway too much stress on your body doing too much. Say that stress period. Makes you weighed on you can't look shed weight. If you have too much cortisol. Yeah. And I don't know Donnie if you ever remember this that the story about ROY orbison that one of the reasons why he died of I think he had a heart attack was he was yo-yo dieters. I know that he was I remember that was up and down in the way he had an obsession with dieting died after fifty two at the age of and he had a heart attack visiting his mom and so big anyway. So that is like it's Vandross. He had something, but I feel like a yo-yo sort one of the things you want to avoid when it comes time to sell your home. Hey, it's chase with my buddy Kris Lindahl. If you're like most people

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The done and steve nine to noon on my top one of one everything entertainment friends it is jason for the chris lindahl team did you guys know chris lindahl team is now the number one rematch results team in the country in the country and that is that an accident that is not a that is not a coincidence it happens that award is given because of hard work hard work on your behalf i have talked to so many by talkers now since i started representing chris that have switched over so listen to me my dear friends if you're getting ready to sell your house there's no better team than the chris lindahl team evert my stories a woman got a my talker got fifty thousand dollars over listing another woman who i heard from rather recently just over twenty thousand dollars over listing uh and and i'm telling you you don't need to be leaving money you shouldn't be leaving on the table in this market any wall when you're dealing with the chris lindahl team seven six three 401 sold seven six three 401 sold or go to his website chris lindahl dot com sate with me that's chris with a k the chris lindahl team at rematch results flurry you know the last couple of years where challenging sure joey fm in a great place now i know who i am and what i want and i'm always finding new ways to express myself i feel in any coming done wrong furniture at furniture manner has helped the express myself oh julia this time i'm not confused with where you're going i totally get it just say the day i was cruising furniture manners website and checking out the road chairs and sofas and they're all about using furniture to express who you are exactly we talk talk talk nonstop of course from three to six so when i get home it feels good to let my beautiful whoa furniture do all the talking.

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"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"lindahl" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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