35 Burst results for "Mariano"

Boban Marjanovic Is Your Favorite NBA Player's Favorite Player

ESPN Daily

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Boban Marjanovic Is Your Favorite NBA Player's Favorite Player

"Sam borden you've just published this profile of boban mariano vich of the dallas mavericks and you titled it. Why bobin is your favorite players favorite player so after getting quality time with them. What's he actually like. You know pablo is funny. Like i've been fortunate to spend some time with a number of athletes with amazing personalities. Samborn is a global sports correspondent for espn zlatan. Ibrahimovic comes to mind. Martellus bennett comes to mind. But i have to be honest. I have never spent time with an athlete. Where i have come away feeling better about myself about the world about everything in general than the time that i spent with bovine on the bench i to speak with everybody in man of the people to be friendly giant. This is a guy that just positivity is like exploding out of him and that was what everybody that i had spoken to about him said. These has the loved this any player in the nba by his team's. Yes anybody about volvo. Like man dude you know. And after spending time with him myself it is one hundred percent true. This is a guy that basically lights up the world feel amazing. You know first time on. Tv throws it down town. The young

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Massachusetts lawmakers push for mandatory genocide education in schools after football team used offensive language for play calls

ABC News Perspective

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Massachusetts lawmakers push for mandatory genocide education in schools after football team used offensive language for play calls

"Of the Ducks, very high school football coach for allowing the use of anti Semitic language for play Calling. Senate president Karen Spilka is pushing for the Senate to once again passed legislation requiring Massachusetts School District's to teach the history of genocide. WBZ Czart Cohen reports Massachusetts Senate president Karen Spilka was clearly incensed after learning that duck's very high school football coach Dave Memory on allowed the team to use Anti Semitic language to call plays during games as a Jew who lost family at Auschwitz. A daughter of a World War two veteran, I find the news about the deck spree football team appalling, she tweeted. Spilka says she wants this to be more than just a teachable moment. We need sustained increased education among administrators, educators, coaches, officials, referees and students, so that this never happens again. Bill requiring school District's to include the history of genocide in middle and high school curricula failed to make it to the governor's desk last year. Spilka says the Senate is likely to pass it again this year. Man, House Speaker Ronald Mariano says he looks forward to discussing it.

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"mariano" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"mariano" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Let's end the day together by getting to know the new speaker of the massachusetts house representative ron mariano speaker mariano. I know we have been trying for a few weeks to make a match with your schedule. I'm so glad you could join us. We're great to have you so let's jump right in so there. There are lots of issues facing the state. Kind of feels like an understatement. To say that obviously we have the pandemic in the pandemic recovery which we will need. We've got disparities in education services and results climate change. There's a lot so maybe start by telling us. Are you prioritizing. What's at the top of your list for the state. Legislature is the the very first thing that we have to fill is is cove it in the resuscitation of our economy and our school system. And and you know getting things back to the whatever. The new novel is going to be Obviously the the issues around the vaccine of primary importance right now and It's it's focusing a lot of time. You know the legislature and in recognition of the potential problems that are going to come have have created a at kobe committee Both the house and senate joining together to deal with some of the issues so that we're better prepared if it were ever to recur and also to suggest improvements in the way that we've been handling things so we think it's a a a a good start to solving some of our riches around the new challenges public so let's stay with that for a minute. We're just over a week away from the one year anniversary of the state shutdown. The one year anniversary of the first case in massachusetts was the beginning of february with some time under our belts. Now how. I'd like to know as one of the leaders in the legislature is the leader in the house. How well would you say. The commonwealth has handled the pandemic. i think. I think you have to divide that into two separate categories. I think at the beginning When.

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Authorities name suspect in killing at Cape Cod motel

WBZ Midday News

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Authorities name suspect in killing at Cape Cod motel

"The suspect in a murder of a Cape Cod woman this week is identified. Here's WBC's him done with the latest in the ongoing investigation. The Cayman Islands District attorney's Office says an arrest warrant's been obtained for 33 year old Clay Bar Mariano Jr of Falmouth in connection with the murder of 30 Year Old Mask, the resident Danielle Taylor. Down with police responded to the Cape Wind waterfront resort Monday night to find Taylor lying unconscious on the floor of one of the motel rooms and Mariana lying on the bed with injuries to his neck in hand. Taylor was transported the found with hospital and later pronounced dead Mariano Med flighted to a hospital in Rhode Island. District attorney Michael Loki, says Mariano since been released from the hospital on his currently held in a Rhode Island jail. He also says Marianas refused to waive extradition, and the DA's office is seeking a governor's warrant Forces return to Massachusetts to be arraigned on murder, assault and strangulation charges. The D A, says Mariano and Taylor had a previous dating

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Tracy Morgan, Wife to Divorce

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Tracy Morgan, Wife to Divorce

"Morgan and his wife Megan wallover are calling. It quits in a statement. Morgan. said he and his wife filing for divorce after five years of marriage, the two got married. In August of two, thousand fifteen. The couple are parents to one daughter.

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"mariano" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"mariano" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Thank, you so much. Thanks for having me Bella. Let sorta like this. How many kids do you have in? How old are they? Four daughters in Lucia's eleven just turned eleven. Korea's nine eastern eight and Adalina is six. Wow very got four myself. We had our three boys then we got the girl on the fourth tried air, so we didn't get around four. We'd have five by now. You go for that for all done. You the me man. Tale, he's asked me to try for boys. Well what type of sports activities girls into? Odd they do all kinds of stuff plays soccer play ball. And you know to nasty stuff around the house in. They're pretty active kids for the most part they do. They play games. It's also the track and see that kind of stuff. All Right? If you could rob, please just take a hit. Hit My listeners with a little bit about your background you do. Yeah so originally from Boston loop in Florida. Now like any smart, plus only does they tell. They moved to Florida and My background is in construction, but promptly most well known for reality. TV competed on survivor six times, and also the amazing race twice in lots of other television shows. Yeah, it's been an. Incredible journey that you've had there. You guys are reality TV royalty at this point you wife and yourself there. You've been married on national TV a lot of coverage there along this journey. Then Rob I. Know You met your wife through the survivor and all that but I will you them when you first came a dad and had to becoming a father Kinda change your perspective on life. Yeah got married when I was twenty. Nine is related years to have kids, and that was kind of by design, wanted to enjoy each other first, and then by dog Lucille was born in two thousand and nine, so I'll do the math I think that was probably around thirty, three thirty four. And it was amazing, you know. First. Time filed a lot of fun. Lots of new things you definitely. All the all the skills that you learn in marriage, a reinforce in averaging. You have to be patient. To Be You have to realize. Things are not always go the way you want to go, but you know when you realize irresponsible for another life. You do whatever you can to make an awesome. Yeah well. Well said what what what was it like for you? Then offbeat competing on reality TV shows as a single guy as opposed to when you were competing as a father. You know luckily because I met my wife on survivor in, she knew what I was going through, I had. Had Her in Mike. Corner, it's not like somebody. Else's life was at home. It doesn't understand what's going on out there, so she knew how hard it was for me at the same time. I knew that I had somebody that I trusted to take care of my kids while those away in ultimately what I was doing was kind of like a business trip I was there working to make their lives better so? As tough as it is like all other parents that you know, make sacrifices for the wellbeing of the kids I kinda felt like that's what I was doing. Yeah, good stuff in a unique way to make a living for sure what what was it like for you to compete against your wife on reality TV? And then what was it like to compete with her on the amazing race? Yeah, so at the time when I was against her, she wasn't my wife's yet. So I didn't have to worry about trending. To. Say that. We ended up with the end together and. I asked her to marry before they announced to was the winter so for a long time. She held it over my head that she was the winner in. I came in second place. I finally did win after you know ten years later against United unseasoned, twenty two, and then enough to hear that in my own house anymore. Either playing feel the race was different. We competed as a team or really on survivor. We competed as the team to. We competed as a team to get to the end. They only choose one winner on survivor, but we know ultimately we ended up together that we both ended up winning anyway, so in a way we competed as a team on both shows, and that's how live our life every day. You know like everything that we do with. With marriage every we don't always agree on everything sometime for different, but like in the game of lights and the game of survivor, you have to be willing to adapt you a situation. Everybody's faced with obstacles and challenges in their life. The people that are best able to adapt to this situations are the ones that don't just light survive, they thrive. Those are the people that figure it out is luckily you know at the end of the day? We realized that we're on John's team and we try to work to lift a common goal. Yeah, very well said Robin I wish that was the the recurring theme throughout our country right now. We've got a fatherless crisis in our country right now we have you know. I would love to see so much more support for our young couples in this country to get through those difficult moments early on in a marriage, and and with a newborn into the challenges that brings to get them past that because we really do need stronger families in this country I think we had that. We'd see a lot of these problems that we're having really start to dissolve here. Yeah, I agree it's worked. Marriages work in parenting. Parenting his work. It's not easy and I think you have to make a concerted effort to knock you up and knock quit. You know it's easy to take the easy way out. If you don't like you get. Somebody gets all sick home or like. It's hard words like yeah, of course you to go play all for go play hockey. Do whatever you WANNA. Do you realize when you have a child? Your responsibilities half will change. You have be mad. Allow for woman enough to take responsibility to do the right thing and I agree with you I. Think along. That is lacking right now in our country, but hopefully. We can get back to it. Yeah and you're right on there. I'm married fifteen years myself before. Kids like yourself air and it's. There are ups and downs is my focus on the fatherhood aspect I'm no marriage. perfectionist myself here. We have our struggles, and I love working through it and getting stronger together with each obstacle that we face. We seem to come out a little bit stronger on the other end, so it's definitely worth the worth all the work, and and what about as far as discipline goes rob, what type of disciplinarian you as a father in is different than the discipline style that you grew up with?.

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"mariano" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"mariano" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"He did not want to miss all the action. That's coming your way right here on i. play as Fatherhood, all right Dad's I am back from a little hiatus due to hit you guys with a special midsummer week of First-class Fatherhood and I've got five fresh. Fresh episodes coming at you beginning today with a dad who has spent more time on survivors islands than any other contestant Boston Rob Rob Mariana joins me on the podcast today Boston. Rob Was the runner up on the eighth season of CBS's smash hit reality TV series survivor. He finished second to the woman who would eventually become his wife. Amber Marietto Boston rob was the winner of Season Twenty Two survivor redemption island, and most recently, he competed in survivor winners at war which aired. Aired this year in two thousand twenty Robin, his wife, Ambra have also competed twice on the amazing race once as an engaged couple and the second time as newlyweds Robin Amas, wedding was even covered in a two hour special on CBS, which aired back in two thousand five Robin. His wife Amber are reality TV. Royalty is an honor to have on the podcast today. Boston rob will be here with me and just a few minutes, so please stick around for the interview and today's interview. Interview wit- Boston Rob was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch youtube channel so if you would like to watch the conversation between myself and the survival legend, please try to my youtube channel links in the description of today's podcast episode. And I do have some big news that I want to share with you guys I recently signed a major book deal with Harpercollins, that will bring first-class glance fatherhood to bookshelves with a date to be announced early next year. Year the book will be including stories, advice and wisdom from all the dad. You've heard right here on the podcast. I can't tell you how excited I answer. Be Working on this with a new imprint from harpercollins called Harper Horizon, it will be much more information coming soon, but I had to let the cat out of the bag. Year and guys take a look at what's going on around our country. We need stronger families now more than ever. We need more dance to step up. Up to the plate and handle responsibilities, so I encourage you to share this podcast with any data, especially new or about to be out there because our young fathers need as many resources as they can get, so please share this tomorrow on the podcast. Professional Poker Player and Hedge Fund. Manager Bill Perkins will be joining me, he's got a new book dropping tomorrow. I would zero which I will be giving away on instagram account at Alec Underscore so be sure you get over there. I will also be giving out a copy of Al Roker new book. You look so much better in person. alker join me on the previous episode here on three seventy seven, so if you'd like to.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Literally and I fully agree because I always look back. I mean I went founder. Straight up read out of college and I went through Shitloads of pain and Bucknell restoration. That the the the thirty one year old me would be talking to the twenty one year old me and be like the stole but there are things that I would have changed like you know my lay my passion towards what I do that. That's always what got me here. But for you Dr. What they're doing things that you would change if you look back knowing what you know now And say all right. This turned out a little bit more better if I did this. Or what would your message beat the younger you One is I think Keep keep doing stuff. Keep building things. Because that's how you heard in. That's that's that's where you make mistakes and for me. The I learned more from my mistakes than I did. From failures and mistakes score is a function of directly. It's directly related to how many of them I've made or I had in my life as a trying to produce events buildings start businesses a big projects that we're so commonly in Lahore Google so I think that would be The actual will Dell I. I'm not sure if I would. I would have avoided if I had listened to the my counsel or advice that I was given. I guess there's also a certain you mentioned the on soy this certain a breeze and arrogance that comes with being brave enough to start with your own do need your own little start ups that can be a weakness if you never is. You can never pause. You're arrogant dividing. You're all it's only my idea all the time and I guess you for example in in large business decisions if you can maybe surrender your events just saying hey I need not know everything about this and then the because some of my fortunately non. They're not stopping mistakes. But the biggest mistakes I've made have been engaged. Swear in the League So what would be really really good advice by by people whose judgment I trust totally early. I always have flashbacks every single time of Jabu of Shit I this happened before and I again looking back like dude. This is what you did. When you're you're an idiot I wouldn't do that and I always come back There's one thing I always what episode that always come back to the one with Munich Navarette. They'll kick starts on man the when you guys investing your soul idiot. I thought passion would always cut me through but sometimes passion is your poison bill where you know. It's not enough you need to really be You you WANNA YOU WANNA be even keeled over like all right. Am I really doing this right or am I gonNA coming from an emotional point standpoint and I is this the right thing to do and again only humble bike in theory that sometimes appears yes right now last question Darwin now What's what's the what's the next thing forever to get me because again if someone wants to join WHO. How do they join? And what did they do? Okay so well. So as we still have our of course. Our live events are offline events business with the ended Govan concern. That will pretty much slow down. So what's next for us? As we're investing heavily in online online events online classes online performances online workshops. We also have told you. A sub unit now handles. They'll in medicine. Losing our on. Those are the two things on. We're encouraging I know that there are a lot of listeners. Here are in proposal our entrepreneurs of their own they are experts in whether it's certain crafts or a certain skill or whatever it is. We would be more than happy to help you. We if you have Hong Dan that you want to deliver on nine online workshop. We have art therapy. Sessions classes and embroiled Balmy. New Sean. If you have something like that so you have stuff like not that you want to monetize online. We take it to me can help. You can just send us an email at ask at stick it to me back net or follows on facebook or on instagram or later man send us a message there on the team will respond to you and we can quickly on board you so that you can have and sell especially during. Ecu if you're bored in you're worried about the absence of ability to generate some money from the skills that you have and we. We're already doing that for a number folks who really just want the productive during the I am also if you have a talent or you have an extra piece in think people won't hurt charge for it you know and this is the hustle and there's no getting paid for what that this is a platform where you can use and again it's proven. Actually I'll tell you where I found out where I heard about you again. One of our podcasts in the startup.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"One is of course that delivers as promised ABS. I'm art. Technology isn't perfect. There's no platform that is. I mean no matter. The rich says the best LATTE FORMS. The most sophisticated ones still have the improves. But the other thing that has been really really different shaping for USCIS customer service. I'm row stay that we we have is the best customer service team and ability in the whole online event bigger being market in the event ticketing market. The beans in that has really worked garden. You elevates not again. It's not only shape and on an wheel. You'll get in trouble because it's so competitive and we've had bits new competitors come in and by the wayside and then we've seen existing players sort of adjust their strategies slant leaking and they'll start to need marla hammer and then when they began to see an old. No they're getting market share or they're really yet the into venues and places that the thought was there for the Cassini lie and that's the problem they they they. They thought their customers for granted. Both the buyers and the organizers and I see that tape do haunt them later and that's literally disruption happening right there because you know sometimes when we have you think that you already have a monopoly or you have a big building up and then you realize oh shoot okay. We're good standard status scores your kid and when you come in and Dolly blast that out of the window and it's done through customer service and plus again with deck that would scare right. Let's now talk about the hard stuff because it's not gonna be rainbows in butterflies you British British and you stumbled somewhere down the road or the hardest things to go through In this journey so far because I remember back in party bile there's always a fire have to put up a first time entrepreneur and again I didn't have enough experience. Prior most of them was caused by meat to Stew Gung Ho. There's just so much bravado. A guy is drunk. Sometimes you know only seen and experienced enough. Whether you risk idiot you know you can't you can't take it on all you're not. Chuck Norris you can't beat NFL so you WANNA be able to tone that down but for you all were those challenges you encounter. Okay so I think Merimee did so like any like any entrepreneur and I think not just in the start ups on the first thing that I had to deal with the the unending sands of fear slash pressure because I keep telling my team that When I was in my cushy corporate dub right even if I made a mistake worst thing that would likely happen to these. I wouldn't get my boner stir that year or a member or manual or ugly Benevolent School. But but I I mean fortunately your is. Your head is screwed on straight. You likely will not be making those a straw seek career ending mistakes and mugging mistakes. Inc would be failing to hit your target or not not being able to for whatever reason to deliver on whatever project you deliver but they always need that attitude devour that support shear as a as the founder and the CEO. I think I might. I wake up every morning wishing bringing hoping that I get the big decisions right. I don't mean to be perfect but I do not want in. I am scared to be making decisions. That might. They're out on the shield company and that's always a source of pressure. Can you on my post? Because I don't want but I never want we'll have the Might people that you guys because of a stupid mistake by your founder the company is shot dead or we is dead and then we all have to lose their jobs and these are people with families who who have all began shots. So that's why so. I think that's the first problem that challenge wasn't used to that because he was always a side hustle. I never realized that that was going to be a source of pressure in that affects decision. Making that affects the way you decide you. So that's why but in terms of more specific problems I think It's very important number. One hire will. We have had our share of fantastic hires and Almost all of the time. That has been really good for us but I have made mistakes. We had we've hired go ahead sorry what what do you look for in in The wire what's your what's your Mo Remorse Operandi in looking for the right heart because every every entrepreneur has that burying against this always got a thirty whatever radio there has to be a secret to to get it most of the time. You'RE NOT GONNA make it perfect for sure right yeah. Let's make sure that you at least have a higher Shooting percentage in looking for the right tires. Yes so I guess there's a piece in in the ticket to me experience you never really realize it until after the higher has been all the person has been offered a job So usually in the very early stages what what what impresses me say. East smarts I do not want I want people who want to be surrounded by people who know better than me okay That's always I know so. I'm not I don't claim in. I am by no means the expert in this but I know how I know where I want my company to angle the deduction I know the vision so I need be will help me get there. So that's why the but the bigger thing and which For after you start it. Because unfortunately he Nissan in the CV and condition heat by in background interviews or background reference checks and that would be integrity walking your talks because more than smarts if I have someone who is hungry for accomplishment for to do a good lawyer too good to accomplish his look good things for for the company that he or she works for in then walks his or her docking the mojo undergoing building complete hypocrite allow or completely all of whom she said she was going to be or who she claims to be then. I think investment The warning for measles movie since then that has been those two saves in. Of course you not as I mentioned in in the very early stages. The proxy for laying is smarts. But you realize that over time. I want what I want that smarts translate into would be hunger and then the other one of course is integrity. I seen those okay now. Wouldn't you realize that you made the role higher given that you've been into that situation? You always it's easy to keep someone the right but yes from your experience as well knowing that you have to rush much freshly lawyer you have to bring the bad news sometimes. This is a lot of young founders. Goku this they don't know how to bucking fire. Someone if you know of someone how do you do it? Well It's it's it's still the hardest thing for me to do. I have been doing this for a long time. Even incorporated Cassese because we have had to go through periods where the company would have to downsize. Of course I wouldn't have it'd be part of of the team that bounce so And it's never easy. I don't think he ever gets easy. I thought I don't think it should ever be easy because a lot about how your values have become is. You are completely heartless about letting someone go when you very well know that that person's livelihood and a large extent that person's family independence on the income that person needs from your absolute auto and. I wish I wish I could all the time. But this is one of those cases where it's even then. Even when I knew that the higher was bad it would still be very difficult for me but for what it's worth mine message founders listening here and other interpreters am I going. I just didn't beaver dam or I didn't listen to them Higher slowly but fire quickly and it's not easy to usually Balikpapan provide you higher when you fire in southern right. Oh alcohol or in the work what would happen overload by being golden yet. So it's usually better. I think that human reaction is very verse but I think now the advice that I got from my board is true and myself should missing Mar. I'm higher slowly fired. Amazing okay now. Let's pay it forward now to how you guys do it because you mentioned something that a lot of also entrepreneurs need to learn from which is doing bracing properly. What is the Darwin? Mariano lay book were properly pricing your startup. Because again this unit economics a lot of people fuck this up and the last thing you know unless you want to do for every fucking unit who sat us money. Let's just at least round work of how do you properly price your start up whether it's a service or a product?.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"I will do that on an Osu out. My corporate life would never be fulltime a everything I should move in. If there was a show that we'd lights we would stay out if there wasn't any in overtime as I got more experience than over by my side. Got More money I would. Sometimes it was my own so for example in in blamed the thirteen we produce a musical version of the hit. Independent film Betas douse you guys. Yes so Maximo. So so that was pretty well received but we can't we don't do it as often or as as consistently as they established the bikes. I know because I think I love to do it. Whether or not it made my me was secondary in for sometimes we lose money. Sometimes we was make money in the first ever show I produced by myself else on at the Mall of Asia Arena in twenty eleven. This was a so bizarre. I don't have the Mo- into but I actually mortgage my condo in order to be able to reduce it because I didn't have enough cash. That would be able to pay it back. But that's that's how crazy. I was part of the reason in Idaho. Buckle under your point you asked me about Las Vegas Ginga Gaga. It was because I had the corporate job. Of course I had I had regular income. That will always be enough to feed me and to a roof over my head so that I could be risky and in more adventurous mortgages with projects. So you'll eventually in plenty seventy actually. It's not unfortunately it's not all good in plenty seven My mom got sick. Okay She she yeah. She was diagnosed with stage. Four colon cancer in any decided to leave my job in Singapore She passed away last year in December last year. But yeah but it twenty seventeen. I E mails that I had read. My course incorporate I wanted a more than anything else because I had been lucky career Weiss. I didn't have as much financial pressure. I wanted. Good job over my time so that I could be with my so. I came home and fortunately we were given a three more years almost almost three more years with her. In the first couple of years she was really well so after after the surgery to remove the door and she started with. Jean wishes various strong. Nice than Cologne. Mommy Byron. I'M NOT GOING TO BE GOING TO BE Super Board. Not doing anything because you don't. You don't need me to be there all the time I that is strong is able to take care of her. I have a lot of siblings. Need this I need. I need to do something we might. I and I was so shocked when I revisit so the first ticket to me started in two thousand dollars. Eight thousand nine thousand nine thousand nine or two thousand even the original name to get the mean up Elisha then now it makes sense because the current logo reminds me of a certain thing. Something into ninety nine. Two Thousand Zahra Am. I can't predict the first ever to get back home. Website was on Tripod. Had slapped on a free form where people borders. We could not rival the distribution system. I'm of the ticket nets. It worlds so differentiate I was from you. Had Grants or missile defense can see from the nail. We would take it. But you but Lena Sigmund school we were in the same school we would go through the same university so they get the medium I take it was a lot of sort of eventually became the brand and then then still thirty seventeen F fast forward I was looking at the markets when innovation for exactly the same reason that you describe many of the platforms are owned by the news. They are secondary business. I don't necessarily Serbs stool to landlords to Alaska alamodome innovation because they make money from it because a theater producer in events producer. Banks's I knew exactly the point. I wanted to solve hands bigamy. So that's why when we launched. It was a far more attractive brought up and in fact. Ottawa we still basically on our. Mvp Y.`all tweaks. We are still on bit by effectively. We are rolling out the the upgrades hopefully in the next month or so not longtime because that was Goldie but that's how fast it brutal but we've never had buying the action improve dramatically because when we launched and people started to use it and use it and use it now. I guess a year after I mean so far. It's been really good because there's two things that stick out the reason why I wanted to top the first one you raise fifty million for Cova through ticket to me that they have that much volume. That's greyhounds obsolete today as of yesterday six. Pm We have raised seven being point. Six million God fifteen so fifteen of that is to the main campaign with Diana did so but we also have a Right now we have I keep sixteen different actives fundraising campaigns for the frontliners. So I'm over. I mean thousands upon thousands of donors are ticket buyers. So all right now. Let's take a break and when we come back. Now let's talk about how you scale how you build a team and everything else. Let's talk about that more after the Rick Mahar lyricist the about more nine to five Galunggung in Nablus. No are you overworked and underpaid Equa- bubby begin a salary increase at the UNDERBID podcast. Wittstein Lychee Goose happened. That the Latvian with but who don't be up and so on. Do spotify apple podcasts. And and birth listened to the PODCAST WITHSTAND MSCI. He is before we go back to the last part of the show. I like to share with these something that allowed me to build the amazing teams that I worked with both in Chat Bot Ph and in podcast network Asia. You see the best way to improve your chances of your start up to become successful your ability to recruit the right talent to build your core team. I mean there's a saying that culture eats strategy for breakfast but the thing is you can't create great culture if you don't have great people now. 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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

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10:44 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Dreams can yet. The would be to teach. I used to teach and I'm not comfortable going to going back to school and Teaching Law because while I was incorporated drastic for many years. He delegated specialization. Go but communications and public affairs that formed a big part of my corporate life and I would have a lot of stories on. I'd have a lot of. I think things will be shared students. And that's why I studied in. It was also during the time that I was assigned as READING MORE IN VEGAS. I had my life was here. My friends and my outing was here. So in order to sort of make the most of my boasting when I was doing regional work in Singapore. And then that's why I studied my masters so Clark For you buckle dead chicken resident. Cut It right. Yeah Yeah not do that. All the by. I'm sorry that was your thing. Yes yes so. I really wanted to be maximized by that. I had all right. There's no before again we delve into. I wanted to just hammer del. On skill sets here said you wanted to be a lawyer and you've communication was always key but has to be hard skills and soft skills develop through the Times. Which is an I do once. You've you've done you you work for the late senatorial. Your uncle one of the most again. I hope we said have senators like him now instead of the fucking shit show you how to greatness right if you weren't such a brilliant man right. What are the things you learn because this guy was a living breathing you know? Here's a sneaks men of statesmen right. Yes yes yes in dating. I'm not a statesman. I'm just to say you know what that means. But yes this is. A real estate's amendment were in to work with that such a such a young age. What are you pick up from that day? Yeah I think one of the one of the things that I learned for from. Roll Hall vary any of these operationally. I learned a lot of Sikhs and if I have to look back at my life. He's one of the most if not the most influential mentor or boss that I've had the good fortune of work and I learned a lot but one of the things that still employed to this day is. I never fall in love with my idea or with any idea for that matter. He would always tell me Biden. Darwin Watkin rural or. Can We deconstruct this idea? You Stink and we've we were convinced that it's a smart way forward. Spittle what will happen if NATO or what if something got astrology or your next so just so that you always have a view. That is different from what everyone else seems to be. Gary that has helped me in my law practice that helped me in my corporate life because in terms of I guess scenario planning Sunday you now. I don't fall in love with an idea even if it's mine or no matter how much I love the idea of a member of so. That's what the other one that I learned from him and again. Which is I think very useful to this day. It's Rojo tradesmen could be very precise precise in language precise thought precise in action by a league. It's his his being a lawyer. One word can make can spell the difference in the contract absolutely by one wrong statement or or Sanidad skin spell the difference between a successful negotiation on aura. Failed Negotiatia in those kinds of things. I'm still are very useful when you become an entrepreneur. Wary when you're corporates. You have to be mindful about how you say what you say. It's not just the point there but exactly I'm you have to have that kind of mind. Zip must deliberate a win. You you mean exactly what say use the words that you want to be able to look a mate. You're naming precisely and so. I think those are the and you combine that also with Murphy's law thinking that hey what can go wrong? And you're a incision my God that is that's so powerful and I think also because sooner as lawyers chained to prepare for what will overall Nevada if everything was nice and rosy all the time or is all people were nice and everyone was more than get each other. Then there'd be very liberal lawyers do so I think that might practice as well and then eventually. My license enterpreneurial journey. I just need to be number one. Always spot him. Be Aware of this scenario. You're facing no matter how high or how low the chances of it happening and then to just be very deliberate be very as much as you can be very exactly very precise in how you work out all right now. Let's take our first break when we come back. I want to discuss how you then went to again. You're next hustles. All the way to Singapore and then how. You jumped founded ticket to me well. Let's talk about that more after the. Hey hustlers this minute very difficult. Few weeks for because of the effects of covert nineteen to all businesses. I know we are all hurting right now. And it's difficult to hustle in this era of social distancing and extreme uncertainty however just like trueblue. We are not going to take this lying down and I know we'll do our best to bounce back from this in the best we can for our teams and for families now. The new normal presents us with very few options and we have to be creative in the way we hustle nowadays now. The good news is our friends from Union bank global inker decided to work with us in Hustle. Share to make the digitisation of your business faster to adapt into new normal in union bank global link or you can hustle easier because you can meet over two hundred seventy thousand plus MSN as in the platform and get much needed business. While you're being remote and not just that you can also get exclusive offers in deals to help you manage your cashflow and keep more money in your pocket and my personal favorite is that. It's a community that pays it forward where you can learn from workshops online from business leaders community and all of this free. All you have to do is just go to Union Bank not global INKER DOT COM SLASH. Hustle share to join. And we'll be giving you a free e book on how to Survive Kovic nineteen for your business again. That's Union Bank dot global link or dot com slash hustle. Share all right. I'll see you in the community. Hey guys it's a brand new season and I want to share you another brand new lesson that I learned through my ten years of hustling a startup founder. See One of the biggest mistakes that early stage founders usually do is creating a product that they have invalidated and allocating resources basin hypothesis that they have been tested in order to. Because I've made this mistake several times as well I remember back in my first called party foul. I invested all my life savings to developing a website with the developers that I hired without bad eating anything. And guess what happened. Yep it did not works and now I was stuck with a website that nobody wanted to use and I did not have the resources to edit the site in add more features that people actually care about now. Luckily there are a lot of sites now and resources that you can use to not make a mistake and one of them is tad cash. The beauty of US had cash. Says it's already an existing platform that you can just replicate especially if you have a Fintech play and you want to build on the blockchain. See if you need features like deposits spending charging transferring disbursements. And all the way to enduring money you can use that cash to now ballot. Their ideas very fast Cool thing is tad cash is actually looking for startup support especially those ones that support assert them community one. Perfect example is society eight brin before they used to write checks for all their merchants at the support but now they do that automatically within the cash that they have and also they were now able to scale to over two dozen locations. If you'RE INTERESTED DO START USING TAT. Gash inner startup. Just go to a triple W. dot hostile shared dot com slash tag cash and fill up the form. And tell us how are you gonNA use tad cash to build your own Super App for your startup so again? That's hustle share dot com slash tag cash. And you'll never know you just might get your funding there too. Make Russillo with Dr Mariano. A WHO's now I'm already hooked if I was listening. Ready already told us the first part of the this year's again Dr in thanks for having the time to share with us now. I'm curious after your statement. Mr Late Senator Ruppel You went and Cemex Yup talk to us a and you stayed there for a while. What did you say maxine again? This is very Communication driven you're public affairs director for Philippines and Asia such a big title in the big responsibility. What are the things you did there? And what learnings you had. Do you also exploded. Yes so I often thought of my role in San Mix as a troubleshooter to make sure that we would prevent problems from becoming legal problems or community problems or media problems so my job in communications of the fairest Who Make sure that we have very strong relationships with all the stakeholders of the business government our local communities where we had our plants and operations we other.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

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08:08 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Delayed US episode share podcast. We are talking to someone who's been killing it raising fifty million pesos. I I almost said dollars during the cold so Cova da stuff by I am so S- about right now. What is going on? I don't know how to podcast anymore with the vice-president Bredow Again. Welcome to the show. Mr Daren Mariano of tickets. Thank you thank you for having me on your show. We shared it again so again. Pardon me for a moment. I don't know how to podcast anymore. This is the podcast for US extroverts. I have been interbred now. What the PUCK. Hi How you can imagine. It's been best. I mean. Being on lockdown has been buff I think for many of us. Yeah especially again if you're used to doing your hustle in a person. The person point of view the best you can do is fucking chat and call is not even like it's frowned upon now because like why are you calling me people freak out for something? I don't know why but just weird but before I get carried away Darwin. What's your hustle so I am the founder and CEO of a ticket to me To get to me is actually now us three year old startup. it began as a side business for me decades ago. Muscle. Yes yes it was actually a side hustle. Because I'm a big fan of theater and live performances but of course when I was in college I never have enough allowance For All of the theater shows that I wanted to see the answer to that. I wanted to watch so so what my friends did. Decades ago was we would. Our savings would by shows or blocks tickets from the Sierra producers at the this council resell resell them to our friends for the face of Canada. Yes yes okay we would. We would buy direct not from a a network or an outlet we would alter the producer we would relieve them of some of its natural risks. Because we have a chance to show before it even opened and we will take inventory off there. That is amazing but before we did this a side hustle. You doing something different before but before we do that we need to ride the hustle share time machine right so now we're in the time machine and again just to give you a feed a feedback on how this really also rings a bell at. Dick it to me because I was once part of the nightlife entertainment business which we can go on and I am so amazed of what you've done because I tried this and failed spectacularly but before I get carried away Growing up What what was your war things that you've been doing before the did you have entrepreneurship. Because I'm looking at your. They you study in bird you suddenly the law and all of a sudden urine entrepreneur. Walk us through that or not you when you were growing up. Yes so I think I've always been a storyteller slash dropper nor I remember one of my earliest childhood memories West. I grew up. I was born in Zabala in Manila. Where it's a street called Crisostomo Maria Clara in Simone so high school and college so I am correct correct so in we grew up in a pattern homebound because we were along the street better apartment. Yes yes so. All of my dad's siblings and my grandparents were in that same role and I remembered summer. We had to be gotten. I don't remember what kind of treat Guas it would have put up. A lot of green. Got Their dealers examiner D.C. boredom nominal when cousins. So we were all kids so I was probably what I don't know I'm third grade for grade or second grade. I don't remember I would. I would take the liberal gathered dealers I would make Upper A- shoebox theater. We've little trapezes and balancing beams walks. I would shine a flashlight on. I would caterpillars on and then I would close off communist garage area and I would charge my cousins one basal to watch so a Diorama alive dire known critic feelings that we're doing anything but they were just there. We were all board Mike. My cousins didn't have anything to Blyton. Have ANYTHING BETTER TO CHARGE? That would make some money enough for a whole or enough for bread or enough or whatever snacks now video but that was one of the earliest fund memories that I had a homey autumn. Putting shows together so you had an already early on. I think so but it wasn't something that I would pursue at least I'm professionally or commercially and many many years. After because he not on I eventually go more for model career paths. Which you just which you mentioned. I'm a lawyer. I am still licensed this law. That's being cited orbits for many many years but ultimately you're drawn to do what you love it and when the opportunity presented itself for me to start on twenty seventeen Okay now before we Look at that the I want to understand how you built yourself because in your right at the end of the day you had those those flashes already when you were young okay. Maybe this is something but ask any typical Hustler. Especially for founders. You have established experience. I believe more you can really tell yourself like all right. I'm ready Because right off the bat. It's hard to jump into to entrepreneurship without any experience looking at here. One thing that stick out in your early hustles here is that you started. You studied masters of Science in the University of Edinburgh from law. How did you next science and law and how you learned from that type of exposure he? I think And I guess you hit it on the head I wasn't. I wasn't brave enough to become an interpreter. Early enough in my life I always want it and I guess in a way it helped I wanted a more secure professional financial baths for myself. That's why I became a lawyer. I worked for a for a number of multinationals in that gave me a lot of skills and experience but also give me money allowed me to build my own sort of small reserves. That eventually would I would use to bootstrap the very early days of ticket to me. I'm so you'd I think I'm the reason why I studied It's actually science communications. And the reason why I studied that was mighty my dream retirement. Okay scenario after I have grown to get the media will be as big as as our.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

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10:35 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"One is of course that delivers as promised ABS. I'm art. Technology isn't perfect. There's no platform that is. I mean no matter. The rich says the best LATTE FORMS. The most sophisticated ones still have the improves. But the other thing that has been really really different shaping for USCIS customer service. I'm row stay that we we have is the best customer service team and ability in the whole online event bigger being market in the event ticketing market. The beans in that has really worked garden. You elevates not again. It's not only shape and on an wheel. You'll get in trouble because it's so competitive and we've had bits new competitors come in and by the wayside and then we've seen existing players sort of adjust their strategies slant leaking and they'll start to need marla hammer and then when they began to see an old. No they're getting market share or they're really yet the into venues and places that the thought was there for the Cassini lie and that's the problem they they they. They thought their customers for granted. Both the buyers and the organizers and I see that tape do haunt them later and that's literally disruption happening right there because you know sometimes when we have you think that you already have a monopoly or you have a big building up and then you realize oh shoot okay. We're good standard status scores your kid and when you come in and deadly blasts that out of the window and it's done through customer service and plus again with deck that would scare right. Let's now talk about the hard stuff because it's not gonna be rainbows in butterflies you British British and you stumbled somewhere down the road or the hardest things to go through In this journey so far because I remember back in party bile there's always a fire have to put up a first time entrepreneur and again I didn't have enough experience. Prior most of them was caused by meat to Stew Gung Ho. There's just so much bravado. A guy is drunk. Sometimes you know only seen and experienced enough. Whether you risk idiot you know you can't you can't take it on all you're not. Chuck Norris you can't beat NFL so you WANNA be able to tone that down but for you all were those challenges you encounter. Okay so I think Merimee did so like any like any entrepreneur and I think not just in the start ups on the first thing that I had to deal with the the unending sands of fear slash pressure because I keep telling my team that When I was in my cushy corporate dub right even if I made a mistake worst thing that would likely happen to these. I wouldn't get my boner stir that year or a member or manual or ugly Benevolent School. But but I I mean fortunately your is. Your head is screwed on straight. You likely will not be making those a straw seek career ending mistakes and mugging mistakes. Inc would be failing to hit your target or not not being able to for whatever reason to deliver on whatever project you deliver but they always need that attitude devour that support shear as a as the founder and the CEO. I think I might. I wake up every morning wishing bringing hoping that I get the big decisions right. I don't mean to be perfect but I do not want in. I am scared to be making decisions. That might. They're out on the shield company and that's always a source of pressure. Can you on my post? Because I don't want but I never want we'll have the Might people that you guys because of a stupid mistake by your founder the company is shot dead or we is dead and then we all have to lose their jobs and these are people with families who who have all began shots. So that's why so. I think that's the first problem that challenge wasn't used to that because he was always a side. Hustle never realized that that was going to be a source of pressure in that affects decision. Making that affects the way you decide you. So that's why but in terms of more specific problems I think It's very important number. One hire will. We have had our share of fantastic hires and Almost all of the time. That has been really good for us but I have made mistakes. We had we've hired go ahead sorry what what do you look for in in The wire what's your what's your Mo Remorse Operandi in looking for the right heart because every every entrepreneur has that burying against this always got a thirty whatever radio there has to be a secret to to get it most of the time. You'RE NOT GONNA make it perfect for sure right yeah. Let's make sure that you at least have a higher Shooting percentage in looking for the right tires. Yes so I guess there's a piece in in the ticket to me experience you never really realize it until after the higher has been all the person has been offered a job So usually in the very early stages what what what impresses me say. East smarts I do not want I want people who want to be surrounded by people who know better than me okay That's always I know so. I'm not I don't claim in. I am by no means the expert in this but I know how I know where I want my company to angle the deduction I know the vision so I need be will help me get there. So that's why the but the bigger thing and which For after you start it. Because unfortunately he nissan in the CV and condition heat by in background interviews or background reference checks and that would be integrity walking your talks because more than smarts if I have someone who is hungry for accomplishment for to do a good lawyer too good to accomplish his look good things for for the company that he or she works for in then walks his or her docking the mojo undergoing building complete hypocrite allow or completely all of whom she said she was going to be or who she claims to be then. I think investment The warning for measles movie since then that has been those two saves in. Of course you not as I mentioned in in the very early stages. The proxy for laying is smarts. But you realize that over time. I want what I want that smarts translate into would be hunger and then the other one of course is integrity. I seen those okay now. Wouldn't you realize that you made the role higher given that you've been into that situation? You always it's easy to keep someone the right but yes from your experience as well knowing that you have to rush much freshly lawyer you have to bring the bad news sometimes. This is a lot of young founders. Goku this they don't know how to bucking fire. Someone if you know of someone how do you do it? Well It's it's it's still the hardest thing for me to do. I have been doing this for a long time. Even incorporated Cassese because we have had to go through periods where the company would have to downsize. Of course I wouldn't have it'd be part of of the team that bounce so And it's never easy. I don't think he ever gets easy. I thought I don't think it should ever be easy because a lot about how your values have become. You are completely heartless about letting someone go when you very well know that that person's livelihood and a large extent that person's family independence on the income that person needs from your absolute auto and. I wish I wish I could all the time. But this is one of those cases where it's even then. Even when I knew that the higher was bad it would still be very difficult for me but for what it's worth. Mine message founders listening here and other interpreters going I just didn't beaver dam or I didn't listen to them Higher slowly but fire quickly and it's not easy to usually Balikpapan provide you higher when you fire in southern right. Oh alcohol or in the work what would happen overload by being golden yet. So it's usually better. I think that human reaction is very verse but look I think now. The advice that I got from my board is true and myself should missing. Mar I'm higher. Slowly fired. Amazing okay. Now let's pay it forward now to how you guys do it because you mentioned something that a lot of also entrepreneurs need to learn from which is doing bracing properly. What is the Darwin Mariano? Lay Book were properly pricing your startup. Because again this unit economics a lot of people fuck this up and the last thing you know unless you want to do for every fucking unit who sat us money. Let's just at least round work of. How do you properly price your start up whether it's a service or a product?.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

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08:08 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Delayed US episode share podcast. We are talking to someone who's been killing it raising fifty million pesos. I I almost said dollars during the cold so Cova da stuff by I am so S- about right now. What is going on? I don't know how to podcast anymore with the vice-president Bredow Again. Welcome to the show. Mr Daren Mariano of tickets. Thank you thank you for having me on your show. We shared it again so again. Pardon me for a moment. I don't know how to podcast anymore. This is the podcast for US extroverts. I have been interbred now. What the PUCK. Hi How you can imagine. It's been best. I mean. Being on lockdown has been buff I think for many of us. Yeah especially again if you're used to doing your hustle in a person. The person point of view the best you can do is fucking chat and call is not even like it's frowned upon now because like why are you calling me people freak out for something? I don't know why but just weird but before I get carried away Darwin. What's your hustle so I am the founder and CEO of a ticket to me To get to me is actually now us three year old startup. it began as a side business for me decades ago. Muscle. Yes yes it was actually a side hustle. Because I'm a big fan of theater and live performances but of course when I was in college I never have enough allowance For All of the theater shows that I wanted to see the answer to that. I wanted to watch so so what my friends did. Decades ago was we would. Our savings would by shows or blocks tickets from the Sierra producers at the this council resell resell them to our friends for the face of Canada. Yes yes okay we would. We would buy direct not from a a network or an outlet we would alter the producer we would relieve them of some of its natural risks. Because we have a chance to show before it even opened and we will take inventory off there. That is amazing but before we did this a side hustle. You doing something different before but before we do that we need to ride the hustle share time machine right so now we're in the time machine and again just to give you a feed a feedback on how this really also rings a bell at. Dick it to me because I was once part of the nightlife entertainment business which we can go on and I am so amazed of what you've done because I tried this and failed spectacularly but before I get carried away Growing up What what was your war things that you've been doing before the did you have entrepreneurship. Because I'm looking at your. They you study in bird you suddenly the law and all of a sudden urine entrepreneur. Walk us through that or not you when you were growing up. Yes so I think I've always been a storyteller slash dropper nor I remember one of my earliest childhood memories West. I grew up. I was born in Zabala in Manila. Where it's a street called Crisostomo Maria Clara in Simone so high school and college so I am correct correct so in we grew up in a pattern homebound because we were along the street better apartment. Yes yes so. All of my dad's siblings and my grandparents were in that same role and I remembered summer. We had to be gotten. I don't remember what kind of treat Guas it would have put up. A lot of green. Got Their Dealers D.C. Boredom nominal when cousins. So we were all kids so I was probably what I don't know I'm third grade for grade or second grade. I don't remember I would. I would take the liberal gathered dealers I would make Upper A- shoebox theater. We've little trapezes and balancing beams walks. I would shine a flashlight on. I would caterpillars on and then I would close off communist garage area and I would charge my cousins one basal to watch so a Diorama alive dire known critic feelings that we're doing anything but they were just there. We were all board Mike. My cousins didn't have anything to Blyton. Have ANYTHING BETTER TO CHARGE? That would make some money enough for a whole or enough for bread or enough or whatever snacks now video but that was one of the earliest fund memories that I had a homey autumn. Putting shows together so you had an already early on. I think so but it wasn't something that I would pursue at least I'm professionally or commercially and many many years. After because he not on I eventually go more for model career paths. Which you just which you mentioned. I'm a lawyer. I am still licensed this law. That's being cited orbits for many many years but ultimately you're drawn to do what you love it and when the opportunity presented itself for me to start on twenty seventeen Okay now before we Look at that the I want to understand how you built yourself because in your right at the end of the day you had those those flashes already when you were young okay. Maybe this is something but ask any typical Hustler. Especially for founders. You have established experience. I believe more you can really tell yourself like all right. I'm ready Because right off the bat. It's hard to jump into to entrepreneurship without any experience looking at here. One thing that stick out in your early hustles here is that you started. You studied masters of Science in the University of Edinburgh from law. How did you next science and law and how you learned from that type of exposure he? I think And I guess you hit it on the head I wasn't. I wasn't brave enough to become an interpreter. Early enough in my life I always want it and I guess in a way it helped I wanted a more secure professional financial baths for myself. That's why I became a lawyer. I worked for a for a number of multinationals in that gave me a lot of skills and experience but also give me money allowed me to build my own sort of small reserves. That eventually would I would use to bootstrap the very early days of ticket to me. I'm so you'd I think I'm the reason why I studied It's actually science communications. And the reason why I studied that was mighty my dream retirement. Okay scenario after I have grown to get the media will be as big as as our dreams.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"One is of course that delivers as promised ABS. I'm art. Technology isn't perfect. There's no platform that is. I mean no matter. The rich says the best LATTE FORMS. The most sophisticated ones still have the improves. But the other thing that has been really really different shaping for USCIS customer service. I'm row stay that we we have is the best customer service team and ability in the whole online event bigger being market in the event ticketing market. The beans in that has really worked garden. You elevates not again. It's not only shape and on an wheel. You'll get in trouble because it's so competitive and we've had bits new competitors come in and by the wayside and then we've seen existing players sort of adjust their strategies slant leaking and they'll start to need marla hammer and then when they began to see an old. No they're getting market share or they're really yet the into venues and places that the thought was there for the Cassini lie and that's the problem they they they. They thought their customers for granted. Both the buyers and the organizers and I see that tape do haunt them later and that's literally disruption happening right there because you know sometimes when we have you think that you already have a monopoly or you have a big building up and then you realize oh shoot okay. We're good standard status scores your kid and when you come in and Dolly blast that out of the window and it's done through customer service and plus again with deck that would scare right. Let's now talk about the hard stuff because it's not gonna be rainbows in butterflies you British British and you stumbled somewhere down the road or the hardest things to go through In this journey so far because I remember back in party bile there's always a fire have to put up a first time entrepreneur and again I didn't have enough experience. Prior most of them was caused by meat to Stew Gung Ho. There's just so much bravado. A guy is drunk. Sometimes you know only seen and experienced enough. Whether you risk idiot you know you can't you can't take it on all you're not. Chuck Norris you can't beat NFL so you WANNA be able to tone that down but for you all were those challenges you encounter. Okay so I think Merimee did so like any like any entrepreneur and I think not just in the start ups on the first thing that I had to deal with the the unending sands of fear slash pressure because I keep telling my team that When I was in my cushy corporate dub right even if I made a mistake worst thing that would likely happen to these. I wouldn't get my boner stir that year or a member or manual or ugly Benevolent School. But but I I mean fortunately your is. Your head is screwed on straight. You likely will not be making those a straw seek career ending mistakes and mugging mistakes. Inc would be failing to hit your target or not not being able to for whatever reason to deliver on whatever project you deliver but they always need that attitude devour that support shear as a as the founder and the CEO. I think I might. I wake up every morning wishing bringing hoping that I get the big decisions right. I don't mean to be perfect but I do not want in. I am scared to be making decisions. That might. They're out on the shield company and that's always a source of pressure. Can you on my post? Because I don't want but I never want we'll have the Might people that you guys because of a stupid mistake by your founder the company is shot dead or we is dead and then we all have to lose their jobs and these are people with families who who have all began shots. So that's why so. I think that's the first problem that challenge wasn't used to that because he was always a side hustle. I never realized that that was going to be a source of pressure in that affects decision. Making that affects the way you decide you. So that's why but in terms of more specific problems I think It's very important number. One hire will. We have had our share of fantastic hires and Almost all of the time. That has been really good for us but I have made mistakes. We had we've hired go ahead sorry what what do you look for in in The wire what's your what's your Mo Remorse Operandi in looking for the right heart because every every entrepreneur has that burying against this always got a thirty whatever radio there has to be a secret to to get it most of the time. You'RE NOT GONNA make it perfect for sure right yeah. Let's make sure that you at least have a higher Shooting percentage in looking for the right tires. Yes so I guess there's a piece in in the ticket to me experience you never really realize it until after the higher has been all the person has been offered a job So usually in the very early stages what what what impresses me say. East smarts I do not want I want people who want to be surrounded by people who know better than me okay That's always I know so. I'm not I don't claim in. I am by no means the expert in this but I know how I know where I want my company to angle the deduction I know the vision so I need be will help me get there. So that's why the but the bigger thing and which For after you start it. Because unfortunately he Nissan in the CV and condition heat by in background interviews or background reference checks and that would be integrity walking your talks because more than smarts if I have someone who is hungry for accomplishment for to do a good lawyer too good to accomplish his look good things for for the company that he or she works for in then walks his or her docking the mojo undergoing building complete hypocrite allow or completely all of whom she said she was going to be or who she claims to be then. I think investment The warning for measles movie since then that has been those two saves in. Of course you not as I mentioned in in the very early stages. The proxy for laying is smarts. But you realize that over time. I want what I want that smarts translate into would be hunger and then the other one of course is integrity. I seen those okay now. Wouldn't you realize that you made the role higher given that you've been into that situation? You always it's easy to keep someone the right but yes from your experience as well knowing that you have to rush much freshly lawyer you have to bring the bad news sometimes. This is a lot of young founders. Goku this they don't know how to bucking fire. Someone if you know of someone how do you do it? Well It's it's it's still the hardest thing for me to do. I have been doing this for a long time. Even incorporated Cassese because we have had to go through periods where the company would have to downsize. Of course I wouldn't have it'd be part of of the team that bounce so And it's never easy. I don't think he ever gets easy. I thought I don't think it should ever be easy because a lot about how your values have become is. You are completely heartless about letting someone go when you very well know that that person's livelihood and a large extent that person's family independence on the income that person needs from your absolute auto and. I wish I wish I could all the time. But this is one of those cases where it's even then. Even when I knew that the higher was bad it would still be very difficult for me but for what it's worth mine message founders listening here and other interpreters going. I just didn't beaver dam or I didn't listen to them Higher slowly but fire quickly. And it's not easy to usually Balikpapan provide you higher when you fire in southern right oh alcohol or in the work what would happen overload by being golden yet. So it's usually better. I think that human reaction is very verse but I think now the advice that I got from my board is true and myself should missing Mar. I'm higher slowly fired. Amazing okay now. Let's pay it forward now to how you guys do it because you mentioned something that a lot of also entrepreneurs need to learn from which is doing bracing properly. What is the Darwin? Mariano lay book were properly pricing your startup. Because again this unit economics a lot of people fuck this up and the last thing you know unless you want to do for every fucking unit who sat us money. Let's just at least round work of how do you properly price your start up whether it's a service or a product?.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Dreams can yet. The would be to teach. I used to teach and I'm not comfortable going to going back to school and Teaching Law because while I was incorporated drastic. For many years. He by specialization. Go but communications and public affairs that formed a big part of my corporate life and I would have a lot of stories on. I'd have a lot of. I think things that I shared students. And that's why I studied in. It was also during the time that I was assigned as READING MORE IN VEGAS. I had my life was here. My friends and my outing was here. So in order to sort of make the most of my boasting when I was doing regional work in Singapore. And then that's why I studied my masters so Clark For you buckle dead chicken resident. Cut It right. Yeah Yeah not do that. All the by. I'm sorry that was your thing. Yes yes so. I really wanted to be maximized by that. I had all right. There's no before again we delve into. I wanted to just hammer del. On skill sets here said you wanted to be a lawyer and you've communication was always key but has to be hard skills and soft skills develop through the Times. Which is an I do once. You've you've done you you work for the late senatorial. Your uncle one of the most again. I hope we said have senators like him now instead of the fucking shit show you how to greatness right if you weren't such a brilliant man right. What are the things you learn because this guy was a living breathing you know? Here's a sneaks men of statesmen right. Yes yes yes in dating. I'm not a statesman. I'm just to say you know what that means. But yes this is. A real estate's amendment were in to work with that such a such a young age. What are you pick up from that day? Yeah I think one of the one of the things that I learned for from. Roll Hall vary any of these operationally. I learned a lot of Sikhs and if I have to look back at my life. He's one of the most if not the most influential mentor or boss that I've had the good fortune of work and I learned a lot but one of the things that still employed to this day is. I never fall in love with my idea or with any idea for that matter. He would always tell me Biden. Darwin Watkin rural or. Can We deconstruct this idea? You Stink and we've we were convinced that it's a smart way forward. Spittle what will happen if NATO or what if something got astrology or your next so just so that you always have a view. That is different from what everyone else seems to be. Gary that has helped me in my law practice that helped me in my corporate life because in terms of I guess scenario planning Sunday you now. I don't fall in love with an idea even if it's mine or no matter how much I love the idea of a member of so. That's what the other one that I learned from him and again. Which is I think very useful to this day. It's Rojo tradesmen could be very precise precise in language precise thought precise in action by a league. It's his his being a lawyer. One word can make can spell the difference in the contract absolutely by one wrong statement or or Sanidad skin spell the difference between a successful negotiation on aura. Failed Negotiatia in those kinds of things. I'm still are very useful when you become an entrepreneur. Wary when you're corporates. You have to be mindful about how you say what you say. It's not just the point there but exactly. I'm you have to have that kind of mind. Zip must deliberate. Darwin you you mean exactly what say use the words that you want to be able to look a mate. Your mink precisely and so. I think those are the and you combine that also with Murphy's law thinking that hey what can go wrong? And you're a incision my God that is that's so powerful and I think also because sooner as lawyers chained to prepare for what will overall Nevada if everything was nice and rosy all the time or is all people were nice and everyone was more than get each other. Then there'd be very liberal lawyers do so I think that might practice as well and then eventually. My license enterpreneurial journey. I just need to be number one. Always spot him. Be Aware of this scenario. You're facing no matter how high or how low the chances of it happening and then to just be very deliberate be very as much as you can be very exactly very precise in how you work out all right now. Let's take our first break when we come back. I want to discuss how you then went to again. You're next hustles. All the way to Singapore and then how. You jumped founded ticket to me well. Let's talk about that more after the. Hey hustlers this minute very difficult. Few weeks for because of the effects of covert nineteen to all businesses. I know we are all hurting right now. And it's difficult to hustle in this era of social distancing and extreme uncertainty however just like trueblue hustlers. We are not going to take this lying down. And I know we'll do our best to bounce back from this in the best we can for our teams and for families now. The new normal presents us with very few options and we have to be creative in the way we hustle nowadays now. The good news is our friends from Union bank global inker decided to work with us in Hustle. Share to make the digitisation of your business faster to adapt into new normal in union bank global link or you can hustle easier because you can meet over two hundred seventy thousand plus MSN as in the platform and get much needed business. While you're being remote and not just that you can also get exclusive offers in deals to help you manage your cashflow and keep more money in your pocket and my personal favorite is that. It's a community that pays it forward where you can learn from workshops online from business leaders community and all of this free. All you have to do is just go to Union Bank not global INKER DOT COM SLASH. Hustle share to join. And we'll be giving you a free e book on how to Survive Kovic nineteen for your business again. That's Union Bank dot global link or dot com slash hustle. Share all right. I'll see you in the community. Hey guys it's a brand new season and I want to share you another brand new lesson that I learned through my ten years of hustling a startup founder. See One of the biggest mistakes that early stage founders usually do is creating a product that they have invalidated and allocating resources basin hypothesis that they have been tested in order to. Because I've made this mistake several times as well I remember back in my first called party foul. I invested all my life savings to developing a website with the developers that I hired without bad eating anything. And guess what happened. Yep it did not works and now I was stuck with a website that nobody wanted to use and I did not have the resources edit the site in add more features that people actually care about now. Luckily there are a lot of sites now and resources that you can use to not make a mistake and one of them is tad cash. The beauty of US had cash. Says it's already an existing platform that you can just replicate especially if you have a Fintech play and you want to build on the blockchain. See if you need features like deposits spending charging transferring disbursements. And all the way to enduring money you can use that cash to now. Validate their ideas very fast Cool thing is tad cash is actually looking for startup support especially those ones that support assert them community one. Perfect example is society eight brin before they used to write checks for all their merchants at the support but now they do that automatically within the cash that they have and also they were now able to scale to over two dozen locations. If you'RE INTERESTED DO START USING TAT. Gash inner startup. Just go to a triple W. dot hostile shared dot com slash tag cash and fill up the form. And tell us how are you gonNA use tad cash to build your own Super App for your startup so again? That's hustle share dot com slash tag cash. And you'll never know you just might get your funding there too. Make Russillo with Dr Mariano. A WHO's now I'm already hooked if I was listening. Ready already told us the first part of the this year's again Dr in thanks for having the time to share with us now. I'm curious after your statement. Mr Late Senator Ruppel You went and Cemex Yup talk to us a and you stayed there for a while. What did you say maxine again? This is very Communication driven you're public affairs director for Philippines and Asia such a big title in the big responsibility. What are the things you did there? And what learnings you had. Do you also exploded. Yes so I often thought of my role in San Mix as a troubleshooter to make sure that we would prevent problems from becoming legal problems or community problems or media problems so my job in communications of the fairest Who Make sure that we have very strong relationships with all the stakeholders of the business government our local communities where we had our plants and operations we other.

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"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Delayed US episode share podcast. We are talking to someone who's been killing it raising fifty million pesos. I I almost said dollars during the cold so Cova da stuff by I am so S- about right now. What is going on? I don't know how to podcast anymore with the vice-president bredow again welcome to the show. Mr Daren Mariano of tickets. Thank you thank you for having me on your show. We shared it again so again. Pardon me for a moment. I don't know how to podcast anymore. This is the podcast for US extroverts. I have been interbred now. What the PUCK. Hi How you can imagine. It's been best. I mean. Being on lockdown has been buff I think for many of us. Yeah especially again if you're used to doing your hustle in a person. The person point of view the best you can do is fucking chat and call is not even like it's frowned upon now because like why are you calling me people freak out for something? I don't know why but just weird but before I get carried away Darwin. What's your hustle so I am the founder and CEO of a ticket to me To get to me is actually now us three year old startup. it began as a side business for me decades ago. Muscle. Yes yes it was actually a side hustle. Because I'm a big fan of theater and live performances but of course when I was in college I never have enough allowance For All of the theater shows that I wanted to see the answer to that. I wanted to watch so so what my friends did. Decades ago was we would. Our savings would by shows or blocks tickets from the Sierra producers at the this council resell resell them to our friends for the face of Canada. Yes yes okay we would. We would buy direct not from a a network or an outlet we would alter the producer we would relieve them of some of its natural risks. Because we have a chance to show before it even opened and we will take inventory off there. That is amazing but before we did this a side hustle. You doing something different before but before we do that we need to ride the hustle share time machine right so now we're in the time machine and again just to give you a feed a feedback on how this really also rings a bell at. Dick it to me because I was once part of the nightlife entertainment business which we can go on and I am so amazed of what you've done because I tried this and failed spectacularly but before I get carried away Growing up What what was your war things that you've been doing before the did you have entrepreneurship. Because I'm looking at your. They you study in bird you suddenly the law and all of a sudden urine entrepreneur. Walk us through that or not you when you were growing up. Yes so I think I've always been a storyteller slash dropper nor I remember one of my earliest childhood memories West. I grew up. I was born in Zabala in Manila. Where it's a street called Crisostomo Maria Clara in Simone so high school and college so I am correct correct so in we grew up in a pattern homebound because we were along the street better apartment. Yes yes so. All of my dad's siblings and my grandparents were in that same role and I remembered summer. We had to be gotten. I don't remember what kind of treat Guas it would have put up. A lot of green. Got Their dealers examiner D.C. boredom nominal when cousins. So we were all kids so I was probably what I don't know I'm third grade for grade or second grade. I don't remember I would. I would take the liberal gathered dealers I would make Upper A- shoebox theater. We've little trapezes and balancing beams walks. I would shine a flashlight on. I would caterpillars on and then I would close off communist garage area and I would charge my cousins one basal to watch so a Diorama alive dire known critic feelings that we're doing anything but they were just there. We were all board Mike. My cousins didn't have anything to Blyton. Have ANYTHING BETTER TO CHARGE? That would make some money enough for a whole or enough for bread or enough or whatever snacks now video but that was one of the earliest fund memories that I had a homey autumn. Putting shows together so you had an already early on. I think so but it wasn't something that I would pursue at least I'm professionally or commercially and many many years. After because he not on I eventually go more for model career paths. Which you just which you mentioned. I'm a lawyer. I am still licensed this law. That's being cited orbits for many many years but ultimately you're drawn to do what you love it and when the opportunity presented itself for me to start on twenty seventeen Okay now before we Look at that the I want to understand how you built yourself because in your right at the end of the day you had those those flashes already when you were young okay. Maybe this is something but ask any typical Hustler. Especially for founders. You have established experience. I believe more you can really tell yourself like all right. I'm ready Because right off the bat. It's hard to jump into to entrepreneurship without any experience looking at here. One thing that stick out in your early hustles here is that you started. You studied masters of Science in the University of Edinburgh from law. How did you next science and law and how you learned from that type of exposure he? I think And I guess you hit it on the head I wasn't. I wasn't brave enough to become an interpreter. Early enough in my life I always want it and I guess in a way it helped I wanted a more secure professional financial baths for myself. That's why I became a lawyer. I worked for a for a number of multinationals in that gave me a lot of skills and experience but also give me money allowed me to build my own sort of small reserves. That eventually would I would use to bootstrap the very early days of ticket to me. I'm so you'd I think I'm the reason why I studied It's actually science communications. And the reason why I studied that was mighty my dream retirement. Okay scenario after I have grown to get the media will be as big as as our.

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Larry Itliong and the Great Delano Grape Strike

Long Distance

09:16 min | 1 year ago

Larry Itliong and the Great Delano Grape Strike

"Year is nineteen sixty five. The Vietnam War is escalating. I have today ordered. Tha Nam the Air Mobile Division and certain other footage which will raise our fighting strength from seventy five thousand one hundred and twenty five thousand men almost immediately X. is assassinated Jeff Van. The gunfire went off and his hand was up. I remember turned around and the next thing I saw smell come falling back in the jet. Martin Luther King Junior leads a series of civil rights marches in Selma Alabama. They I want to say to the state of Alabama. Just want to say to the people as a matter of and the nations of the world that we are not about turnaround. We own the move. Now yes we on the move and Norway racism the Bannon and in California farmworkers faced with racial discrimination and economic hardship organizing for their rights as workers. And as okay so quick recap on the history of farm workers on the West Coast and specifically California. Immigrants had been exploited as cheap farm labor for years. I Chinese Japanese migrants then Filipino. Nationals arrived in the nineteen twenties. Mexicans became a large part of the farm labor force around time but also just poor folks of all backgrounds looking for work. Black White Brown were exploited. They lived in shabby wooden houses near the fields. They worked for hours under the Sun. Some even lived in former concentration camps which house Japanese Americans during their internment in World War. Two since they first started coming over in the nineteen twenties Filipino. Farmworkers had tried negotiating for better working conditions and wages with their bosses. Usually white guys called growers beheld. Strikes started organizations and unions. They were often met with violence. Or they'd lose their jobs. Gore's were higher other ethnic groups. Instead scabs to their strikes like the immigrants who came before them Filipinos were thought of as hard workers who were obedient easy to control but they were also militant having lived through years of race. Riots shootouts violent. Confrontations with police growers SCABS. It wasn't uncommon for Filipinos to draw knives on the picket line. Larry it Leon came up in this old school. Militant tradition of striking labor organizing and by the nineteen sixties. He was a leader of a union that represented farmworkers call the Agricultural Workers Organizing Committee. A Walk which was supported by a larger union the AFL CIO. Larry worked the likes of Mexican American activists. Dolores Huerta and Filipino. American organizers Philip Aracruz. Who called Larry the most powerful Filipino leader in a walk? He had the most experience. I mean he'd been in a lot of strikes you know and he was the head of a walk at the time this. Miriam Powell a journalist and historian who spent almost a decade writing books and articles about another famous Labor leader Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers which we'll get to in a bit in terms of the nuts and bolts like being a Labor leader running a union. Larry was the guy absolutely. That's where story picks back up as a union organizer and leader one of Larry's jobs is to visit farms in the Central Valley to recruit. New members moves his family to Delano. Where he the mostly Filipino. Workers in May nineteen sixty five opportunity knocks in nearby. Coachella valley where there are also Filipino. Workers who need help. Here's Patrick again. As older Larry. Here's some workers did a dollar forty in our Filipinos are getting a dollar twenty five an hour. Now that don't make sense to me. It's time to strike okay so to strike meant. The workers would stop working until their employers. The growers listen to the demands but striking farmworkers wasn't going to be easy they were going against big agricultural business agribusiness. The man agribusiness was the most powerful industry in California at that time. Million Powell again arm workers were really the poorest people who also had no protection all of this sort of existing health safety and labor laws that applied to other professions. Do not apply to farm workers could be fired at will. They be made to work any kinds of hours or no restrictions no health or safety requirements so for them to take on this enormously powerful industry a was a huge talent when the farmworkers decide to go on strike in the Coachella Valley. They don't go to the fields to work. Instead we pick it in demand for better wages. They held up signs march. Saying chant confront the growers. They don't get paid and some workers are even arrested. But in ten days the growers give in the workers get their fifteen cent raise. Let's pick these grapes. After the harvest Larry in the farmer workers head north to the next job the grape fields of Delano. Where they hope to get the same rates but the growers refused to give the farmworkers meeting a community. Space might remember called Filipino Hall. Let's do this. Delano has a thriving Filipino community with lots of farm workers and members of eight walk so they actually establish a Filipino Hall. And at this meeting it is packed. It's mostly Filipinos but there are also some members who aren't the Black Puerto Rican Mexican even white their backgrounds different. But they all have one thing in common. You've suffered enough under the growers and they want real change now. Really neither raised by public actress on this anymore. We are getting any younger. We need better wages and union today. Dude these courses suck breezing my us of here. Larry and the other union leaders here the farm workers but understandably they have concerns if we strike. You might lose your house. You might lose your car. Your family might be on the streets. Hungary. It's going to be tough. Are you sure you want this farm? Workers decide to vote on whether or not they should go on strike back. My name is John Arlington born and raised here in Delano in present day Filipino Hall. I talked to John Arlington. Whose Father Mariano Lila Farmington also known as Bob was a Filipino immigrant and Delano farmworker. He was in Filipino Hall. That Fateful Day my dad and our family were part of a long agriculture workers organizing committee and with Larry. And Leon Philip the Veracruz People Osco and so many others were here in this hall. I'm talking to you now. In September seventh nineteen sixty five where we had a day long second meeting about the strike. And when Larry asked if anyone could make a motion regarding strike my father stood and made the motion to begin the great strike that started in Delano. Bob's made the motion to go on. Strike those in favor of the strike. Stand up and raise your hands high. Okay so what the heck everyone standing up. We're going on a strike you crazy. Bill Pinos Next Day September eighth nineteen sixty five the farmworkers show up at the grape vineyards ready for work according to the documentary Delano Manos by Marissa. Arroyo just like any other day at work. The farmer workers started picking Ripe Grapes on the vines. Then they'd set them down on the ground they move onto the next Bein. Fake Red Grapes. Set them down. Here's a clip from the film with organizer United Farmworkers Vice President. Pete Velasco we pick the ripe grapes and trim it and then move onto the next by under the same thing at moon. Our there are a lot of big grapes under that is when about the thousand five hundred. Pretty Pianos went on strike against the grape growers in

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When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

Ron St. Pierre

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

When it comes to unanimous Hall picks, Jeter could be No. 2

"O'clock when it comes to unanimous picks for baseball hall of fame Derek Jeter quite appropriately has the chance to be number two believe it or not there's only been one unanimous pick and we talk and you don't not Babe Ruth not Ty Cobb was Yankees closer Mariano Rivera he became the very first player to appear in every ballot when they swept four hundred twenty five votes in last year's election Ken Griffey junior was three votes short of perfection two thousand thirteen breaking the mark of five shy that had been set back in nineteen ninety two by Tom Seaver so we'll find out if Derek Jeter gets in unanimously because baseball's hall of fame class will be announced at about three o'clock this

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"mariano" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I hate to say this just because I feel like some people think it's a cop out but I really do feel like for Sandra much the same way that people were saying Tony Coming back. It was like his target was so big he was kind of dead in the water with Sandra. I feel like coming back for euros versus villains. She was the winner. You you didn't see coming. And so she had the ability to win again by when she is just come off several years of being the only two time winner the only two time winner at that point. It's almost just as big as the girl who voted out or mom or whatever so yeah I don't think the she had. I think that she went out to say okay. I'm GONNA play differently. Currently I'm going to try something else. I'm probably not GonNa win so I'm just GonNa go bigger go home. I think that's where the catchphrases come in. It's very will Kirby make your target super big Just let's get by and ride it out and so I feel like she's learned from that and we'll probably come down a little bit for this one. I think we're definitely GONNA get a game. Came closer to that then either for other too but we'll we'll see because heroes vs villains was a chance she had to play with arguably bigger players than were in game changers or bigger bigger personalities. So maybe she'll sink back a little ones. There's more people out in front again but I don't think I don't think it was just circumstantial. I think at some point. It's kind of like when you're the only two time winner and you're coming back for your third time people are gonNA. I don't want to take you out just for that threat level even if you even if she sat there and did nothing game people would still want to do that Scott. Do you think that Sandra did trying game changers to make the target on herself. I even so big that Allah Dr Willett Garden Visible. I feel like at a certain point. It was kind of the only option and she had especially once I mean she just finds she tries to work with Tony and I love Tony. But he kind of gave her no option into where then she is working with like the Michaela's Troy's fans and just people that no matter how much she tries to hide in the background like. It's not possible and so she needs to take control of an an alliance and does so really effectively until she's ultimately swapped doesn't have the numbers anymore and then it was. There's no cards to play once. She's dealt that hand it just in my mind that Sandra did play in season thirty four with a chip on her shoulder that I felt like she came back and was almost tired. Tired of being disrespected that she won two games and I think that people still said there was a narrative. Oh well she's not actually that good and I do feel like that. She came out in that season with trying to prove the naysayers wrong. I think we'll that's I think where a lot of the queen as Queen stuff is coming from. I think it's a defensive queen stays clean. It's saying yeah I did these things and I think she did get a lot of criticism. I think like there's a particular Giller segment of the fandom. And maybe it's kind of the big moves fandom that says if you're not if you're not driving the action all of the time you can't possibly be a good player and the Sandra has proven that wrong I think over and over but it's also not a game visible it's not visible game. It's not A it's not a game that's played from the pilot position. And it's not one that I think there's a certain level of criticism that's leveled at a game where you're not the ELVA person in the main alliance and then the same people turn around and complain when someone does boss Rob and plays that game all the way through. So so. Yeah I mean. Isn't it interesting that Sandra is this contradiction. where she played these these two I games where she is a quote the edge of extinction the passenger for two seasons ends up winning and then comes back and then ends up playing this game where okay? She's is going to be the pilot she's going to be the author of a number of these big moves and then easily is her worst performance. But then just I I think this was also her most celebrated season by the show. I think she had some great moments in the show kind of lingered very lovingly. I think she got a better at it than she had to. Either her two other times out I think reliance she was invisible Sassy and then invisible again and then in euros versus villains. She was always kind of she was in that defensive position the whole time and then she comes out and game changers and they're just like we're going to celebrate every minute of Sandra that we get because she is a national treasure and so we get things. I think the thing from game changes that I think is the most most pivotal Sandra moment is probably the point at which she lets Michaela. Take the fall for eating. All of the sugar. Leftover have to overcome them award show and this echoes. She did almost the exact same thing back in Pearl Islands with the fish getting knocked over and it was it was like that. FLASH CACHE OF CLASSIC SANDRA PORTEND The show Yeah.

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"mariano" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"mariano" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Hey what's going on rob sister Nina and I am very excited to be kicking off our season. Forty pre season coverage with the first of two unites of back to back roundtable panels as we will be doing a five part series profiling the winners at war returning for season forty of survivor tonight. We're GONNA be talking about the past Games of the idols. Rob Bob Sandra and amber. We're going to talk about their chances here. In season. Forty how they might approach the game. What their chances are we're going to do it live? Let's so bring in our panel to help us about these three players in particular all right. Let's welcome here to talk with me for the first time about survivor. -Vivor Mister Bryant scalise. scally how are you. I am good excited to finally be talking about a season that I think most of us have been waiting for eagerly for the what feels like a year almost about now. Yeah good while good while at least eight months to get to this point whereas we are doing this live on video here on Tuesday night you can check out the video on our youtube channel. It robs website dot com slash youtube or in the post on ROB has a website dot com. Okay okay joining me back once again on another round table. We spoke about the circle on Thursday night. Here she is. She's back. Jessica Jessica our you. Oh wait wait a second. I thought we were interviewing rob and Sandra and amber quit smart enough small. There he is. Okay Iribe Sandra amber. Thanks for having me on us all right and then also with us here tonight very excited to have back back one of the number one Boston rob super fans around. Please welcome back. Frail Mary Merrick ASCII Mary. How're you doing? Great just came off a month and a half of talking about survivor all stars. So I'm ready for this. You couldn't just lumped together Ethan. In this podcast forming for me. That would have been nice and easy. Mary where were you talking about survivor. All Stars for a month and a half I'm starting to release them on my podcast on. COUSY ELSIE CASTS. Who got some star? Talk with me Gory. So if you want even more of that actually this is like in depth strategy probably that is just like fingerling rolling so if you just want fingerling over Basra okay. What did you do go back episode by episode to watch survivor all stars? Yeah we just completely ripped off the cause there for a number of reasons. I heard that that's not that much fun to go back. Through all the episodes of survivor all stars teach their own. I liked it okay. All right so we're going to take some of your questions here. Live Hashtag Rha. We can also take your questions in the youtube comments. But I gotTA OUGHT TO BE HONEST IF I'M GONNA be reading through the Youtube comments we're going to get distracted from what the panel is saying. So let's say if you have questions that you'd like to have integrated into the show. Let's save those four for the end. Same thing Hashtag Archie. You can tweet those out and then I will Take a look for them and I also have a number of questions from our ROBA's podcast cast patron facebook rope from earlier in the day. That we'll talk about the games Rob and Sandra and amber of course that we have a two night event here will be back again tomorrow night with another panel. We'll be talking about some of the one or some of the players that we thought we might ain't never see back on survivor Ethan. You'll Danny and Sophie coming up tomorrow night at nine PM Eastern six PM Pacific but hey hey winners at war right well my can you believe that were that were here s i. This is like someone's fan fiction fever dream come to life. I can't believe they actually put this together. Finally Yeah it's wild for years Jeff..

Derek Jeter among 18 newcomers on Hall of Fame ballot

Waddle & Silvy

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Jeter among 18 newcomers on Hall of Fame ballot

"Derek Jeter is the is part of the headliners at list them on the list of newcomers on the hall of fame ballot is among eighteen new comers on the two thousand twenty hall of fame ballot likely to be an overwhelming choice to join former Yankee teammate Mariano Rivera

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Yankees great Mariano Rivera receives Medal of Freedom

Larry O'Connor

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Yankees great Mariano Rivera receives Medal of Freedom

"At the White House president trump this afternoon a warning the presidential medal of freedom to New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera Mariana want to congratulate you on this really extraordinary achievement thank you this on behalf of this whole country thank you very much for the great job.

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Yankees great Mariano Rivera receives Medal of Freedom

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Yankees great Mariano Rivera receives Medal of Freedom

"One of baseball's all time greats honored moments ago at the White House is he the greatest picture the greatest reliever well the reliever we won yeah but there's a real question he may be the greatest pitcher the history of baseball president trump awarding the presidential medal of freedom to retired Yankees ace Marianna Rivera noting not only is hall of fame career but as charitable foundation for children's education Rivera and naturalized U. S. citizen says he asked to teammates to teach him English from that I would say that my career took

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Real Madrid: An honourable goodbye for Navas

The Real Madrid Podcast

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Real Madrid: An honourable goodbye for Navas

"Keen on eva's posted an emotional goodbye to madrid as he was presented in paris and everybody was very sorry sorry to see the popular costa rican go. He won everything in his time and set but if you've benchmarks welfare could try equal in five years he he never lost their champions league qualifying games in three finals in rome one all of those all in all three champions leagues for world club cups three european supercop the league title and a spanish supercup he played one hundred sixty two games all told and he conceded just one hundred and fifty nine

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Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter Jorge Pasada And Bernie discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter Jorge Pasada And Bernie discussed on All Things Considered

"Legendary Yankee closer Mariano Rivera became the first player to enter the hall of fame as a unanimous selection today his core four teammates were on hand at the festivities in Cooperstown Derek Jeter Jorge pasada and Bernie

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 The Latest: Mariano Rivera inducted into Baseball HOF

SportsCenter AllNight

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Mariano Rivera inducted into Baseball HOF

"The big name this year at Mull Mariana Rivera yes peons buster only with a look back at the career of the greatest closer in the history of baseball the first ever player to be elected to the baseball hall of fame on a hundred percent of the ballots Mariano Rivera was the Yankees primary set up in the run to the nineteen ninety six World Series before becoming the closer to the nineteen ninety seven season he capped the dominate nineteen ninety eight season when the Yankees won a hundred twenty five games and swept the Padres in the

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NBA Injury Report - Basketball Player Injuries

ESPNews

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

NBA Injury Report - Basketball Player Injuries

"Of tonight's game? We send it to the Wells Fargo center in Philadelphia warriors in the seventy Sixers logs PJ Carlesimo. Here's Adam Amine. Teams at didn't have great February's by normal standards. And certainly by the standards of teams at expect to be the NBA finals these teams try to back. The Sixers have won their last two. They won three or four without. Joel embiid. Do that again tonight. Golden State comes into town quickly. We'll give you the injury updates. No, come on looney with right, pelvic shortish. No Klay Thompson with right knee soreness for the Golden State Warriors. No Embiid with that left knee tendinitis tonight, and nobody Mariano vich as he had his right knee injury on Monday against the pelicans. So all of that being said two teams still well within the chase to try to get home court in the opening round, obviously, Golden State gunning for the best record in the west. Maybe even in the

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Mariano Rivera is Hall of Fame bound after amazing journey to MLB

WIBC Programming

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Mariano Rivera is Hall of Fame bound after amazing journey to MLB

"The hall of fame right unanimous vote. First major league baseball player to ever have a unanimous selection into baseball's hall of fame. So the president tweeted about this yesterday. Quote, congratulations to Mariano Rivera on unanimously being elected to the national baseball hall of fame. Not only player, but a great person, I'm thankful for Moriano support of the opioid, drug abuse commission, and fitness gove, hashtag inter man. And that was his entrance music when he'd come into a baseball game understand, man. So he was thinking Marianna support for the opioid drug abuse. Right. His work on combating that awful disease. A simple endemic a nice tweet. These were some of the responses under that tweet from Donald Trump. Go blank yourself. You're racist. You stupid bastard year endangering this nation. What are you tweeting about baseball? When the government is shut down. Your son is going to prison Rivera was the goat. One of the things. I agree with you on you blank

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Mariano Rivera becomes first player unanimously elected to Hall of Fame

News, Traffic and Weather

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Mariano Rivera becomes first player unanimously elected to Hall of Fame

Los Angeles teachers to resume classes Wednesday after vote on contract deal

All Of It

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles teachers to resume classes Wednesday after vote on contract deal

"Of Hyundai and Kia cars and SUV's with four cylinder engines have at least double the non crash fire claim rates the institute began looking into the issue after a consumer group noticed a higher than normal number of complaints. The automakers announced last week that they will recall about one hundred sixty eight thousand vehicles to fix a fuel pipe problem that can cause engine fires recall follows previous engine failure recalls trial, Snyder NPR news, Washington, the Catholic arch. Diocese of Hartford. Connecticut has released the names of forty eight priests. It says have been credibly accused of molesting minors. Connecticut. Public radio's Jeff Cohen reports that the personnel files date back to the nineteen fifties. The archdiocese says it has settled one hundred and forty two claims from victims of sexual abuse and paid out more than fifty million dollars as a result. Most of the claims concern incidents that happened before nineteen ninety Gail Howard, a survivor of priest sexual abuse and co leader of snap. The survivors network in Connecticut had limited praised for the move. It is a positive step. But it is also too little too late. The Catholic church has not lived up to its promises to have zero tolerance policy and to be as transparent as possible Hartford joins more than thirty diocese across the country that have decided to release the names of abusers for NPR news. I'm Jeff Cohen. You're listening to NPR news. Former New York Yankees relief pitcher Mariano Rivera has been elected to the baseball hall of fame Rivera heads a class of four new players added to the hall, but he's the first ever to be elected unanimously by baseball writers details from NPR's, Tom Goldman. Joining Rivera are two starting pitchers. The late ROY holiday played for Toronto. And Philadelphia might use seen played for Baltimore in the Yankees. The fourth player elected is designated hitter. Edgar Martinez he spent his entire eighteen year career with the Seattle. Mariners Rivera with his trademark cut fastball. His calm, demeanor and smooth delivery became the best closer in history. He had more saves than anyone. And now he's the first to get into the hall with a vote from every eligible baseball writer notable among those who didn't get in. We're Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds, the two most prominent players linked to ban drugs got a few more votes than last year. But we're still well short of the seventy five percent of votes needed for election tongue. Goldman NPR news. News press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says the White House as reached out to the Kentucky high school students embroiled in an encounter with the native American activists and a black religious sect in the nation's capital last weekend. Sanders has President Trump plans to invite the students to the White House? The president tweeted earlier that the teenagers have become symbols of fake news. Meanwhile, Twitter has suspended an account that helps spread a video of the incident citing a violation of its policy against the creation of fake and misleading accounts. On Asia market. Shares are mostly lower after it down day on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials lost three hundred one points.

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Baseball Hall of Fame: Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay among the 35 players on the 2019 ballot

24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Baseball Hall of Fame: Mariano Rivera, Roy Halladay among the 35 players on the 2019 ballot

"He was twenty votes short last time on the ballot. Andy Pettitte, Todd Helton, Michael young and Miguel. Tejada also are among the newcomers on the ballot Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds are back on the ballot. Two for the seventh. Time will toilet day an effort towards governments and businesses to invest more in sanitation is being marked around the globe Monday with African countries. Among the neediest a new report by the group water. Eight says an estimated three hundred forty four million children in sub Saharan Africa lack of toilet at home leaving them vulnerable to water-borne infections, while the UN wants governments to spend more on sanitation the Geneva-based toilet board. Coalition says it's the business of the decade where private enterprise could step in when governments are unwilling or enable to the United Nations set a target in two

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Venezuela arrests 6 over drone explosions during Maduro speech

PBS NewsHour

03:37 min | 3 years ago

Venezuela arrests 6 over drone explosions during Maduro speech

"On, Saturday there were, two small explosions in Caracas the capital of. Venezuela they happened while the President Nicolas Maduro was giving a speech to the country's national, guard to, commercially available drones reportedly carrying plastic, explosives blew up over a main boulevard Mhondoro. Was quickly rushed offstage and its military rushed off in panic local residents shot this video of soldiers running, through the streets NewsHour our producer PJ Toby has more on the attack why, many Venezuelans are running from their homeland and what they're leaving behind this is Venezuela's border with Brazil every day hundreds cross this frontier fleeing an economy. In freefall or, inflation, will. Sue hit one million percent We really don't have a future in Venezuela and the salary one earns is not enough at on the boulevard is worthless. The poorest make the crossing on foot some can't even feed their, children rely on this Catholic run shelter for a hot meal Venezuela is mired in crisis oil production the country's major, source of cash has plummeted armed guards stand century it's supermarket entrances where. Line snake down the block when shoppers are, allowed in it's a, desperate frenzy to get basic commodities so this admission is. What is really Because you. Have a country that is in the midst of an economic crisis. With hyperinflation Mariano day. Alba was born and studied law in Venezuela, he's now an analyst at the Atlantic Council there's also scarcity of food. And medicine in supermarkets so what happens is you have a. Country where the large majority of the population doesn't have this. Efficient means to leave the political situation, isn't much better with a fractured opposition under pressure from president Maduro who was reelected in. A controversial snap election this, past may. Despite the government's claims Alba isn't convinced that, last weekend's drone incident. Was an. Assassination attempt there are two possibilities one either the garment is telling, the truth and this was an assassination attempt. Or to the communists lying as usual And this was a play by the garment to try to strengthen, our hand within the country. And also to try to deviate the attention of the on going crisis on Sunday the government said that it had made arrests that Martha we've so far six terrorists and hit men detained various vehicles confiscated various. Rates have been executed in the capital of. Our country were important evidence has been collected of. Criminal activity Maduro has suggested that the US might have had some involvement in the attack a charge the US government denied. He also blamed one Manuel Santos the outgoing president of neighboring Colombia more than a million Venezuelans have fled their Alba says as. Long as the military sides with Maduro. He will retain power but in a country once ruled by Hugo. Chavez who came to. Power, in a coup that's not a sure, thing Gorman cannot cannot match the the speed of high frame flation towards Delta, salaries of the members of the military so I mean he's not only the members of, the military corps suffering this. But also their families so over last I would say six months We we have seen credible reports in the press about growing. Discontent within the, military for average Venezuelans that discontent is already acute and they're, voting with their feet. For the PBS news hour I'm BJ tovia.

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