17 Burst results for "Mark Hunter"

"mark hunter" Discussed on Impact Pricing

Impact Pricing

04:48 min | 9 months ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on Impact Pricing

"There they tend to be a lot more price sensitive so it just goes right into that and i think that when sales people have to jump between those segments and understanding what these customers are. That's where a lot of the difficulties come in and you have to evolve your salesforce and that's a whole different conversation of how you actually make that happen. Let me slightly switch gears into something else. You mentioned earlier and that is price escalations or sales. Discount authority levels will say both of those fit along. And i just wrote a blog as possible not too long ago. That mark hunter. Guinan the the sales sales hunter apologize. Mark please forgive me. But he had this statement that he said he doesn't think sales people should have any discount authority. Those pretty interesting. But what do you think. Best practices are around. Sayles discount authority and escalation processes. So i did read that. And i was a little taken back by to tell you the truth and when i went back and i do a lot of research in this area and basically just kind of give a little background is at the academic community has been following this one back and forth since nineteen seventy five right and i really started off with a lot of a lot of the academic saying. Hey you know what. Just salespeople full authority you know they just go let them do because they know the market they know what's happening at the ground level and then the other camp kedah came in. that was a lot more data driven. They said no authority. Which is you know you just get the price and salesperson you do that or limited authority. Which is where. I give you a range so when i think about the no authority thing and i think what about what the data says the research says. I think that works probably pretty well. When you don't have a lot of volatility going at the ground level in the market if you can keep something stable than i say hey you know what..

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"mark hunter" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

07:10 min | 11 months ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"How stuff gets made. On another level i got the niceness built into it. Well i think i would just like real simple. You wanna keep wanna keep mark hunter. Good side you wanna be doing what you need to do. This guy happy. This is the one doctor. Might they have that. Quite frankly has an attachment to earth and wants to do good and the best thing you can do in that. Situation is keep him feeling that you're going to try and do good service and the fact that there is is that because the people in the thing is just because there yet will do it. We need to do to do what we need to do. In our little come doesn't mean they're bad people in a vacant user allergy to fix a problem. Why would you you know. I mean the idea of just doing it. I mean i'm not gonna say they're gonna put all of their batsmen it but maybe they're going to look at it and see. Well what could we do. And is there some knowledge we can gain from this that we might be able to us in another situation later because there will be situations right. We're gonna have knowledge so my perspective is how can be weaponized this further. I like what this guy was working on. Let's see how we can improve on this. Hey you know like yet. We'll know that guy certainly and they certainly you know the question isn't how do we do more because that guy is already built bric. That guy isn't going to do us any more with wreck. What is better. Is you use that guy who is already done this. Maybe give him more test subjects to work on without mar. Hey sorry couldn't save him and now they're still doing too. Yeah well you know again. I was the kind of guy that's what he would do it and again if he wants to make his one the one guy who might be an hour all he has to do like he already knows like a cab. It's better for from william better for everybody moves on. Don't know i yes. That is an argument to be made but not if it gets revealed. Here's the thing the most important thing thing about. Planchon is keeping your lies to a minimum. No no i'm talking to nolan. Saying yeah that damian. Dark but He's playing games every which way that window and but he knows no one's that you know he knows nolan. He knows he's bad to. He has to be bad in order to watch the bad guys. I i would like to think that sessile actually has a deeper commitment to humanity then but but again the deeper commitment is it saving you know the criminals are other than the noisy neighbors or is is his perspective much larger will but the thing is is the and again this room trying to say when you have a situations were you can gain additional knowledge by reverse engineering. Something rarely getting more knowledge by doing more testing. No you can't this. Not on this obsolete model. That's the that see. That's what i think you're missing. Mas never upgrade him right. Don't desire grady him right him to get his memories back no upgrading him to not have any memory so he can be more easily controlled but see you. Don't want that because then anyone who can hack assistant can control him right. But so that's the case for all of our nuclear arsenal as well will exactly which is kind of its trump. but that's the way humans think and that's the way somebody in his position. I think would think know this guy is. I like to think this guy's thinking longer trump than that. That's the idea. It's like it all you're thinking about is oh gee how do i. How do i turn this. How do i turn this rock into a weapon. That's his job. I i would say his his job is to figure okay. This rock will already hit somebody. What can i do to advantage. America and earth's position with the knowledge that this rock can hit at people and one of one of the moves might be to just put the rock down and say oh. No we're not gonna hit you with iraq. Why would we do that nolan. We're we're friends. That's the thing that is what you said but at the second time you always gotta be preparing that rock because you know that. All the pleasantries in niceness great but if he decides to engage we have to be prepared. But you also have to ask the question. If you don't have you looked which is why you need to. You need to keep mark on your good side. I understand the but you can easily new got by saying the guy just died now but did he. S easy and more effective and against. But yeah. but you don't wanna fiction c. You want something. That's going to be solid. And i'm gonna tell irons in the fire man. Yeah a lot of iron out yet. It's a you know a others at work mayes and the fact is that if you can establish a bond in an owed debt to this. Billy has many avenues to establish that. He doesn't need this to do it. He's already done it. Well you know. I can see it you're very supervillain look at it. I like to think of it in terms of a much longer. Game the problem with super villainy is it's all short-term gain. I don't think a guy like cecil is playing a short term game. I think that's a clever way of dressing up. We should all be nice and not the only reason why humans exist because we're nice if no if humans work nights to each other. We would've been eaten long ago. The bear but you can say that about so many other dynamics. If we weren't competitive we would have died out a long time ago as well. Well actually no. That's a complete. That's complete random falsehood and it is ridiculous to anyone that's actually looked at how humans have survived this long. We've only survived this long because of cooperation balanced by coke competition and to think that this idea is what we call just on one side of chicago shortsighted..

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"mark hunter" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"All right back. Here we go. 33 minutes after the top of the Earth is time for our project of the week, and, uh, If you ever didn't entire bathroom installation, especially like in the basement at of the basement. I added a bathroom in the basement. Yeah, Yeah, that pipe. You got to get to his underneath that concrete slab unless Well, let's talk to Mark Hunter Brinker. He's with dollar. He's gonna help us out with this. Mark. How are you? Good. How you doing this morning, Gerry. I'm doing wonderful. I'm doing wonderful. So I you've been all right. Good. Good, good. Quite get along. All the folks. It's all are staying nice and busy. I'm sure. Yes, nice and busy trying to keep up and just want to wish all all your listeners Happy Memorial Day. Thank you. And so tell me about this Quick John premiere. Yeah. So is kind of way I set it up with the basement. You wanna put in a toilet or something? This isn't is that considered like an up flush toilet. Yeah. So we've come out with a couple of new, exciting products here recently called our quick John Choice and Quick John premiere, which I'll get to in a minute. I think maybe it might be best to kind of back out and explain to the listener is exactly what we're doing here. Sure. So you hit it on the head. That was a perfect transition. When you don't have a Access to a sewage drain. And you've got to cut concrete put in a drainage pipe. And as I think everybody knows that can get pretty ugly on pretty cumbersome and again pretty time consuming and expensive so What these units do is is they help with that? Right? So let me just talk about a little bit. About what? What you need and what you don't need. Obviously, you don't need a tow, install sewage drainage pipe and go through all that work. But you do need a water supplies. You need a three quarter toe one inch discharge pipe. You need an electric source. An eventing source. And then, of course, indeed, a tank toilet tank in a toilet bowl and then another flush pump tank, which is basically that self contained. Tank that holds mass aerator or grinder pump, and, uh, cuts cuts things into a manageable source and is able to when you flush, it's able to flush it up and out of that discharge and into your main Sewage drain. No right. Does that require a special type of toilet? It's a real discharge toilet. We kept away the units we sell. We sell. We offer that we offer the toilet full in the toilet tank and a rear discharge tank with that you can buy that separately. Yes. And when you said a venting, maybe some folks got confused on that, Um, the Are all vented. And if we come in with a new toilet, and we're gonna do this up, flush type toilet. How do I get to the venting? Yeah. You just gotta Bob. You gotta tie in to what you're doing of any lies within the home. Okay, so you gotta find very yeah, it can vary it could be, I guess. Between the Ah Joyce. It could be behind the wall. It could be a number of places, right? Correct, but we're not busting up concrete. We're not picky. So this, um mechanism with the grinder and, uh, and pushing the waist up into the waistline. Where does that Where's that position does that right behind the toilet that has the outlet in the back of the toilet rather than the bottom of the toilet? Yes, that's it's considered behind the toilet, either outside of the law, or you can actually enclose it inside of the wall, a next tension on extension kit for that to be able to kind of extended out behind the wall. Is available, So we keep talking about toilets does this And can it be used for other things, too? Like maybe if you're gonna put a bar back there, But you don't have a dream, Piper. Anything can use it for that. Yeah, this this fork into a tub shower, thank or other fixtures. There's been that outlet and on each side of the of the pump tank. So we can do. That s so It's called the quick John premiere. And Where does somebody get those? Or maybe they're not going to do the work. I mean, does the plumber they work with these two? I guess. Yeah. So we highly recommend we typically work through the plumbing contractor and through plumbing distribution. Um, let me just talk a little bit Gerry about We've got two different units going on. I mentioned two up front. The quick John choice is basically a masquerading. System is a very reliable for your standard residential application. Um on did, um, has a nice features. It has. Ah, snaps it. It's easily maintenance, which is an improvement over our previous units. So nice steps it cover. That's the quick John Choice. The main difference with the cook John Premiere is with actually designed to grinder pump. We do kind of pumps in our standard line, and we've taken that technology and put it into Nice little pump that actually crimes for a little war, durable application or a little more. Maybe a little more of a tough application. Hmm. This seems like, really the way to go. I mean, how long the weather is less I get doesn't look like there would. I guess the grinder would be the Um, Achilles heel. But those should last for a long time. Yeah, they should land in which technically, you say our pumps last again, depending on the application, depending on the pump anywhere from 7 to 10 years. I'll see. How's the sump pump business? Jump on business is good. It was a little dry, but overall, the economies Opening up and our customers or or back and inclined and pretty much of full speed. So it's going really well. If we convince the world how important the backup pump is yet we're still working at it. We need some more help from people like you. Yeah, Yeah, well, you know, let's talk just a little bit about that, because I know dollar pump company kind of ruled out this water powered back up and I've gotten quite a few questions and emails on that. And can you kinda? Why would I wanna water power back up on for my son pump? Yeah. So let me if you don't mind. Let me kind of start broad, right? It's foreign. So you've got a Papa primary pump in the basement, right? Right and your basement on a lot of our listeners. So you're kind of that? That's your first line of Defense. Actually, I said, your first line defense. Did you talk about it? Quite a big areas outside of your home, making sure your gutters or Player and and in good shape, and they're your landscaping and everything's working well outside of the home to kind of limit the amount of water that's coming into your friend. Strain that dreams. Into your typical some pump application. So you have your primary pump. That's um, working hard there, but that primary pump can either fail. It's an electrical mechanical device. So eventually it sails on the Carrington go out. So that's where you Battery backup systems come in handy and battery are you got battery backup systems, which have been prevalent in the industry for quite a while. We've got a full line there and we've recently got into where you're able to connect the alliance. I actually able to monitor your device remotely or The smartphone on then, as you mentioned kind of back and in that next line of defense or another line of defense is that water powered back up, and that's basically you know, as it's named, it doesn't require A battery or charger or controller. It basically uses city water toe pump water, and it's a little lower cost usually Can get out with installation and that probably under $500, which your battery backup systems were going to be a little more than that, And it's like a set of low maintenance, and it was It's a dependable solution and how important it is. They have those back up pumps and all seriousness for years and years and years. I always focused on the power failure. But I'll bet you more damage is done from a pump that just quits working. Yeah, absolutely. Um, that could happen as I mentioned. It's an electric of mechanical device. And when you think about your basement, whether it's finished or not, You don't want water in your basement. So you're trying to kind of from outside of the home and working your way in and from your primary to your battery. Backup water power back up. We also also offer high water alarms is kind of your No samples back up system. Um it's really, really important to have three or four lines of the sensor. Well, I know.

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"mark hunter" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Yeah, that pipe. You got to get to his underneath that concrete slab unless Well, let's talk to Mark Hunter Brinker. He's with dollar. He's gonna help us out with this. Mark. How are you? Good. How you doing this morning, Gerry. I'm doing wonderful. I'm doing wonderful. So I you've been all right. Good. Good. Good, quick, Get along. All the folks. It's all are staying nice and busy. I'm sure. Yes, nice and busy trying to keep up and just wonder what's off all your listeners. Happy Memorial Day. Thank you. And so tell me about this Quick John premiere. Yeah. So is kind of way I set it up with the basement. You wanna put in a toilet or something? This isn't is that considered like an up flush toilet. Yeah. So we've come out with a couple of new, exciting products here recently called our click John Choice and Quick John premiere, which I'll get to in a minute. I think maybe it might be best to kind of back out and explain to the listener is exactly what we're doing here. Sure. So you hit it on the head. That was a perfect Transition when you don't have a, uh, access to a sewage drain. And you've got to cut concrete put in a drainage pipe. And as I think everybody knows that can get pretty ugly on pretty cumbersome again. Pretty time consuming and expensive. So what these units do is is, um they help with that right? So Let me just talk about a little bit about what? What you need and what you don't need. Obviously, you don't need a tow, install sewage drainage pipe and go through all that work, But you do need a water supplies. You need a three quarter toe one inch discharge pipe. You need an electric source. An eventing source. And then, of course, indeed, a tank toilet tank in a toilet bowl and then another flush pump tank, which is basically that self contained. Tank that holds mass aerator or grinder, pomp and, uh, catch cuts things into a manageable source and is able to when you flush, it's able to Flush it up and out of that discharge and into your main Sewage drain. No right. Does that require a special type of toilet? It's a real discharge toilet. We kept away the units we sell. We sell. We offer that we offer the toilet full in the toilet tank and a rear discharge tank with that, But you can buy that separately. Yes. And when you said a venting, maybe some folks got confused on that, Um, the plumbing systems in our home. Are all vented. And if we come in with a new toilet, and we're gonna do this up, flush type toilet. How do I get to the venting? Yeah. You just got it, Bob. You gotta tie in to what you're doing of any lies within the home. Okay, so you gotta find very yeah, it can vary it could be, I guess. Between the Ah Joyce. It could be behind the wall. It could be a number of places, right? Correct, but we're not busting up concrete. We're not picky. So this, um mechanism with the grinder and, uh, and pushing the waist up into the waistline. Where does that Where's that position does that right behind the toilet that has the outlet in the back of the toilet rather than the bottom of the toilet? Yes, that's it's considered behind the toilet, either outside of the law, or you can actually enclose it inside of the wall, a next tension on extension kit for that to be able to kind of extended out behind the wall. Is available, So we keep talking about toilets does this And can it be used for other things, too? Like maybe if you're gonna put a bar back there, but you don't have a drainpipe or anything can use it for that. Yeah. This this fork to a tub shower? Thank or other fixtures. There's that outlet and on each side of the of the pump tank, Yeah. So we can't do. That s so It's called the quick John premiere. And Where does somebody get those? Or maybe they're not going to do the work. I mean, does the plumber they work with these two? I guess. Yeah. So we highly recommend we typically work through the plumbing contractor and through plumbing distribution. Um, let me just talk a little bit Gerry about We've got two different units going on. I mentioned two up front. The quick John choice is basically a masquerading. System is a very reliable for your standard residential application. Um on did, um, has a nice features. It has. Ah, snaps it. It's usually maintenance, which is an improvement over our previous units. So nice steps that cover That's the quick John Choice. The main difference with the cook John Premiere is with actually designed a grinder pump. We do kind of pumps in our standard line, and we've taken that technology and put it into Nice little pump that actually crimes for a little war, durable application or a little more, maybe a little more of a tough competition. This seems like really the way to go. I mean, how long the one of those less. I guess it doesn't look like there would. I guess the grinder would be the Um, Achilles heel. But those should last for a long time. Yeah, they should want it was technically you say our pumps last again, depending on the application, depending on the pump anywhere from 7 to 10 years. I'll see house. The sump pump isn't jump on business is good. It was a little dry, but overall, the economies Opening up and our customers or or back and inclined and pretty much of full speed. So it's going really well. If we convince the world how important the backup pump is yet we're still working at it. We need some more help from people like you. Yeah, Yeah, well, you know, let's talk just a little bit about that, because I know. Ah Zoller Pump company kind of ruled out this water powered back up and I've gotten quite a few questions and emails on that. And can you kind of why would I wanna water Power backup pump for my son pump. Yes. So what may if you don't mind, let me kind of store broad. Write it for you. So you got a pop of primary pump in the basement, right? Right in your basement and a lot of our listeners. So you're kind of that? That's your first line of Defense. Actually, I feel your first line of defense and you talk about it quite a big areas outside of your home, making sure your gutters or Player and in good shape and their landscaping and everything's working well outside of the home to kind of limit the amount of water that's coming into your French dream. The dreams Into your typical some pump application. So you have your primary pump That's um, working hard there, but that primary pump Can either fail. It's an electrical mechanical device, so eventually it sails on American go out. So that's where you have a battery backup systems come in handy and battery are you got battery backup systems, which have been prevalent in the industry for quite a while. We've got a full line there and we've recently got into where you're able to connect the alive. Hi, actually able to monitor your device remotely or The smartphone on then, as you mentioned kind of back and in that next line of defense or another line of defense is that water powered back up, and that's basically you know, as it's named, it doesn't require A battery or charger or controller. It basically uses city water toe pump water, and it's a little lower cost usually Get out with installation and that probably under $500, which your battery backup systems were going to be a little more than that, And it's like a set of low maintenance, and it was It's a dependable solution and how important it is. They have those back up pumps and all seriousness for years and years and years. I always focused on the power failure. But I'll bet you more damage is done from a pump that just quits working. Yeah, absolutely. Um, that could happen as I mentioned. It's an electrical mechanical device. And I mean, you think about your basement whether it's finished or not. You don't want water in your basement. So you're trying to kind of from outside of the home and working your way in and from your primary to your battery. Backup water power back up. We all also offer high water.

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"mark hunter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Idea during a 62nd elevator ride. Time's person work for this. I don't even know if he wants to invest but chicken you called me a chicken. You attacked me. If the pitch fails, That's well, that's four noes set him down. But if the pitch is successful, that's three yeses toe one. No, let's open the doors. Welcome to the fold. This sounds like a deal. Still, Yeah. Is the next billion dollar idea on its way up? This is entrepreneur elevator pitch going up. So this show is all about cannabis. We need to hear some green to make some green. Let's hear the first pitch. 60 seconds begins now going up. Hi. My name is Mark Hunter back. I'm a 59 year old father of two young men, 21 24 years old and together we started a company called Pro Can Labs. Today I'm here to offer you an investment of $3 million for 5% from convertible debt Foreign investment into program, which is a license, California manufacturer of Canada's We started this journey 2000 and 16 and trying to figure out what was the best niche for the market. We worked with the farmers and found that what they needed they needed to maximize their their crop. What we did was we developed a proprietary cold Wash ethanol to extract the cannabinoids in the Turpin's out of the plant. With that we take it back. We form a distillate. We saw that out to the farmer or we sell it out to another manufacturer. Last year, our first full year we did $12 million in revenue with a 46% even way took all the money. We plowed it back into the business. And in two weeks we open up a brand new $8 million State of the art facility. You're my You will go to help us expand into him. Thank you for the opportunity. O E was asleep until I heard the 12 million E woke up when he said, basically is $60 million valuation..

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"mark hunter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I don't even know if he wants to invest but chicken you called me a chicken. You attack me. If the pitch fails, that's about that's four noes set him down. But if the pitch is successful, that's three yeses toe one. No, let's open the doors. Welcome to use old sounds like a deal doing Yeah. Is the next billion dollar idea on its way up. This is entrepreneur elevator pitch going up. So this show is all about cannabis. We need to hear some green to make some green. Let's hear the first pitch. Your 60 seconds begins now going up. Hi. My name is Mark Hunter back. I'm a 59 year old father of two young men, 21 24 years old and together we started a company called Pro Can Labs. Today I'm here to offer you an investment of $3 million for 5% convertible debt Foreign investment into program, which is a license, California manufacturer of Canada's We started this journey 2000 and 16 and trying to figure out what was the best niche for the market way worked with the farmers and found that what they needed they needed to maximize their their crop. What we did was we developed a Proprietary Cold Wash ethanol to extract the cannabinoids in the Turpin's out of the plan With that, we take it back. We form a distal it We saw that out to the farmer or we sell it out to another manufacturer. Last year, our first full year we did $12 million in revenue with a 46% even way took all the money. We plowed it back into the business. And in two weeks we open up a brand new $8 million State of the art facility. Your money will go to help us expand into him. Thank you for the opportunity. Oh, E was asleep until I heard the 12 million E woke up when he said, basically is $60 million valuation and then also when I woke up again when the ultimate Lee said 12 million refugees, I do see a lot of cannabis related deals and evaluation Ask is not extreme. Given their profitability and the revenues part that stuff about this is that the manufacturing side right now there's a room for for margin, but over time as it becomes commoditized, and more and more players is more more license business sticking. No pull distillate and and go through the extraction process. It becomes less and less appealing, So it's not necessarily the area that we've been too excited about. But his numbers of fantastic for forced your business. $60 million is one of the biggest asks ever on elevator pitch. We gotta find out what's going on. Should we talk about? We should dig a well, Let's do it. Let's do it. Looks like it's 2 to 2. Listen, I get why you guys were skeptical. But who knows that it's gonna be $60 million value when she wanted. The valuation is willing to take is $20 Million or 10 year later. We don't know any fax. So I would ask you to be open minded and see if there's an opportunity here. Numbers talk. I mean, green is the new gold. I'm curious to hear more about the marketing and branding and story. Backstory behind it, So I'm willing to come on over. Fantastic..

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"mark hunter" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"The tension is this game is so well-crafted yes The game out tells you that tears like you'll have a ten percent chance of fighting the slang in the missiles. It's like okay. You're up to like twenty this on this from andy. Espinola attached game read andy mechanisms commentary. Gi i review old school. I remember read it in high school. I i don't reviews. But i think like ten and metro from mark hunter classic wish for continuation of the story. Yes oh do i. And from james dodgeville might have to play my emulated copy against you. Never opening the mid one yet. Don't do that. I'm pretty sure this game probably isn't that cheap on ebay Copy i'm assuming no this game never really got just get re released. I think it was on the thirty. S virtual console embassador programs. If you okay early adopter for three s it was one of the free ones you got. But i don't think it's on like even the we you've virtual shop y- not showing anything gameboy advance for this thing. So and we'll tell you where you can buy it in other places on bedia while which. I'm not surprise with with nintendo. This we said before the showed intendo loves new money. They're not crazy old money. They want their new month like do a slap it onto a disk and people buy it by this switch right now i mean it it because it pry if it was on the we you store or the we used of. It's gone now. Yeah and fried easy. it's gone so you just. You just slept three of them onto a desk and then charged sixty dollars only have it l. for like six months a terrible idea who they'll be somebody. That shit doesn't charge five dollars. Also have the around for three months for now. Reason nintendo what he doing making money open their theme park. I mean one of my issues with games like this worth like it really should be rereleased and it's not enough and people don't get to experience a i mean it's to say about that that's our emily's in emulation dispels out whole preservation is important. That's why loving relation. The way i do because it lets you play things that you wouldn't be able to play anywhere anymore like i had a. I had a guy. Wanna play your terminal darkness. And he's like. I was talking to him because i always help all people and they bring up relation. I'll out. I'll tell them where i'll i'll give them some information where i can like experience. Especially internal darling. That game will never be released. It's not gonna happen and as such a good gain creepiest fuck but such a game even though nintendo keeps renewing the the patent for the sanity effects. All right. here's a here's another one..

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"mark hunter" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It's the most wonderful time movie with kitchen rebelling and everyone telling you be of good cheer. It's the most wonderful time of the year. It's the hap happiest. See, he's over with those holiday greetings and gaping meetings when friends come to God happy. Oh, There will be parties for hosting marshmallows for toasting and carrying out in the snow. There'll be scary ghost stories and tales of the glories of Christmases long ago. It's the most wonderful time of the year. It'll be much missile towing and hearts will be glowing when loved ones on a wonderful time. It's the most wonderful time of the year. Tell them that's missiles going and hearts will be glowing. When loved ones are wonderful time. It's mark Hunter with blood. Change your bad real bad away over white harmonies comprising of one horse open sleigh jingle parents stink so bad in a way, way over fire. Write herself in slave dashing through the snow in a one horse open sight along the fields. We go way. Don't talk about baby experience, right? What? What is it? Safe to say? Good night. Oh, you don't have to wait like five minutes to one horse open sleigh. All right. Take around, Miss Fanny by sea. Find my son. Horse must be just like Marches. You guys ready? So you think you know Thank you. My sunny one of 79 is your Christmas music station. But after Christmas, it's the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties, the seventies. Just a few eighties, Sweet dreams are made of my 90 Merry Christmas from the Palm Beach is station for the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties, Sonny Wonder 79 introducing touch.

"mark hunter" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"Yeah yeah that's really good. So you talked about a net new cross sale if i If a company wanted to grow quickly because they were affected by kevin. Would you say that it's best to focus more energy on net newell more energy on cross sell. Well i would say that the majority companies that were working with right now. are realizing that they're there. Cross sell is opportunities off jewish inside their current client base right. I mean we all know that the numbers cost like ten times as much to get a new client is to somewhere your current clients. And so you know. I think there's a lot of opportunity there. Here's what i would say though if you find yourself your revenues dropped and you've got to accelerate out of that ditch ask yourself. What can we do to get both going simultaneously. So you know if you've got a good net new in place you've got a good sales team good inbound lead flow and all of that then go okay well. Let's keep that going. But what if simultaneous louis also got revenue per client going up so both of those the same time. Here's what's cool if you grow in in. Actually there's a little simple spreadsheet you can download If you text revenue to twenty one thousand here in the states and i think maybe Over in the good country go to revenue growth. Engine dot net to our tool kit. There's a little spreadsheet right there in in What you'll notice is if you grow like say. Twelve percent net new and twelve percent in revenue per client. You'll double your revenue in about three years in you know it's just modest growth in each area so you don't have to light the world on fire in your cross sell but if you know if you do in steady in net new and you can get some cross sell going all of a sudden you start creating exponential revenue growth. That's really good. He's a he's a question for you. Daryl hal soon should you cross sale to a new client so new client comes on vote. How soon do you do then ask him to upgrade all seldom another product or service. Well i i think immediately so best. My sales manager back in the day. Used to say daryl the best time to sell someone something is when they just thought that's just the most cheesy sales manager thing to ever say but there's some truth to that and so what i mean by. That is my my friend. Mark hunter is a great sales author..

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"mark hunter" Discussed on X96

X96

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on X96

"I see the usual gang of misfits and dope addicts are here. Because on this day In 1968 Mark Hunter, the keyboardist for the English rock band James, who Mark Hunter and for for fruit from where the keyboardist Thie Only thing I understand in this sentence is keyboardist from the English rock band James. Who, what? Never heard of him. Scored, the 1991 hit single hit single Blade. We played this song in 90. I know 90 one's a long time ago. It is and This is James was such a minor who would Whatever happened to James? They went Went away really quickly as they should have. Sometimes all bends have is just that, and I've always liked that song. Well, it's very it's It's got full of perversion. That's why you like it. It's a song full of perversion and perverted people doing perverted things. So you guess that's why you You Blue Stater. That's why you like it. I've decided to develop the persona of being a red state. Make America great again. Person. Why you Because I'll fit in better. Well, then then answer me this. Yeah. Do you want to stop the count? Or keep now, which is it gonna kill? Yeah, doing there doing both? Absolutely. That's what I want. Depending on the state. You're in there demanding different things, you know. Because that's all right. I don't know how any of them justify the argument that just we've counted enough votes. Now Just stop. How How is that? Well, what if your vote is one of the ones that haven't counted yet? You don't want to count now, Then I want that one count. Oh, just pull mine out of the staff. I I want you to count the votes. Better for my candidate and don't count the votes that are for the other person. Only fair basically what they're saying. James, what happened? So what happened to James? Do they have any other songs? I met a woman in love, but I was busy. They they were a thing in the U. K. That's the only song that ever did anything here much. Thanks to X 96. I'll have you know way. We're the only ones that were playing. Why didn't we help them out more? What? We didn't know how good I don't know that they had anything else to give us. Let's see what else they've been Sure, I'm sure Todd could reference the chart where it was in our, You know a rotation for quite some time. But that they are still active. That it's that they go around the festivals and do that In May 2018 they released a four song epi. They're still You know, That's only standard ago, Andrew in the chat room, saw James at Lollapalooza in 97, the lead singer had a brace on his neck like he broke it or something. Carrie, Can you find a brand new James songs? Let me look, just see if there's a new James song. Are you hating on James? Bill? What Because they'd sound like a blue state band to me dressing up in women's clothes, all a perversion being on top and doing the sexy stuff. I'm having trouble finding James at all, actually, but I have to sit lay down here in my apartment below this and listen to all of them. Well, I'm not going to stand for it. I'm I'm going to vote and then have them arrested. They played at Coachella. They played with the killers. He played they doing stuff a plate with all those other blue state people. There's nothing for them. There's nothing for them in my life. I won't have them why you feel so strongly about Because I listened carefully to those lyrics and I won't have it and I don't want my Children hearing it. Oh, he also along with the neck brace. He also wore a cowboy hat. Apparently Was the memory of James writes the memory of cheese, So I didn't hear what I didn't see. What you guys were talking about was a Kamala Harris talking. No, no, Somebody wandering around behind ER, Who was it? It was the president's spiritually advisor. That crazy lady she's crazy. I don't know who she is not diamond and silk. No. This is a spiritual advisor. This is like She's a weird evangelical doubt. Is Donald Trump actually even know her Or did she just say I'm his spiritually adviser, Know had his picture taken with her? She's she's in the White House. She's in the White House. But my favorite version of this This is her doing some one of those weird prayer rituals, and she's trying to pray the vote away or something like that. God.

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"mark hunter" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast

"And then there's the other guru that says something like. Hey if you just use google business and i can show you how to create a six figure business out of improving other people's google business listings ryan and the problem with all of these gurus. Is they have one major flaw in their marketing system. And that made you floor in. Their marketing system is using an integrated approach to marketing. I mean he's what i mean. The god that selling you know by chat or so by click right. He's using facebook ads and then wall. He's using these facebook ads. He's got a facebook group right and then the guy that's doing the webinar so by webinars is nothing better than women us right. He's on youtube. He's still in youtube videos. He's got a podcast. And then there's a guy that's doing the you know the google listings and mike money from that. He's still in facebook ads as well. You know and so what frustrates me. When i say all of these gurus taking money from hard working folks like yourself and other people out there in the water community is they're not telling you the truth is spinning some bullshit. About how one type of marketing is the only type of marketing that you should do. And that's because they're selling they crap right now. Does this stuff work some of the time. Probably you know it probably does work in fact it. It often does work but the floor in it. Is it works because they're doing an integrated marketing approach. Not because it just doing one thing see. They're selling the one thing because they're trying not to complicate it for you. They don't want you and i to feel overwhelmed and think to ourselves. Hey mark hunter this of going to do a podcast program to do some youtube or go to have a facebook group run. And then i've got to sell by chat. I don't know if i can do all of that right so they just sell you. The one thing. It's like the holy grail right but look the truth of the matter. Is this any successful business right. Any successful business has been built on an integrated marketing approach. And what. I mean by. That is they've had pied advertising across a couple of different media okay. They've done email marketing. They've done sms marketing. They've done some facebook marketing there. But maybe they're being on tv right very very rarely in a successful business and when i say successful business i'm talking about the businesses that do go over a million dollars a year right. They're in the minority not the majority. You know there's not ninety percent of businesses that the kick over a million dollars a year. It's more like the top ten percent or less right. Make a million dollars a year so successful businesses that hit that million dollar mark and go past the million dollar ma with coaching business. Service based business bricks and mortar business. What you see is they often have an integrated marketing approach. They'll have some google ads running now do some. Sei do the by seeks. If there are local business they'll do facebook mark the i could be doing linked in marketing. They could be doing some blogging..

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"mark hunter" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip is almost totally self contained even comes with a bit of bonus music. You'll see what I mean. Here's Mark I wrote the book of mine for sales to keep you out the bowling alley. I'm Mark Hunter Sales Hunter. And you're saying what Bowling Alley. Well let me tell you something. I find too many salespeople what they do is they really view the customer is bowling pins. Bowling pins to be knocked over in the book. I talk extensively about how your customers not a bowling pin to be knocked over. But your customer is someone to create a relationship with. We don't close sales were open relationships and when we open relationships it's amazing the level of business we can get from that customer not get from that customer but with that customer because we're creating additional value additional relationships we're helping them see and achieve what they didn't think was possible. It's just some of the things I talk about my book a mind for sales and why I want you to pick up a copy. Pick up a copy for your sales team. Share it learn from it. I'm Mark Hunter. Sales hundred for a link to a mind for sales the video version of this tip and that's why there is a little bit of extra music because marks production values are always really high and as always a transcript of this.

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"mark hunter" Discussed on Fox and Faust | LA Kings

Fox and Faust | LA Kings

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on Fox and Faust | LA Kings

"The biggest thing is this is that we know that Todd McLellan and Rob Blake on the same page and in all honesty when Willie Darden was hired. You can get that feeling. You didn't know so. You're making those incremental changes that hopefully one year blows up and just take you to the next level and Brennan Hand Today said. It's really nice that everyone's on the same page now There's a lot of buzz in Toronto that Mike Napkin called dubus. We're not I I with how the team was. Belton what they needed to do to get to the next step and that was just that the truth. That's just the way it was And I just think the way you talk about how the team here in Los Angeles has has stuck to the structure and seems to be playing hard. I was impressed. You know you look at the recent Results six to one heading into this leafs game and in Toronto in they had that last play season they called it the noble tank where the team was kind of constructed to be poor but they played hard pretty much all year And then have a Lotta stinkers and I. I don't see a lot of that in in Los Angeles when I watched the Games. I see them playing hard most. Don't see a lot of crooked numbers And I think that's that's good because you build a culture. I'd like to get your thoughts on something that I think has happened relatively recently in the National Hockey League. It probably start with the New York Rangers again a year ago or the Transparency. That teams are showing. I think the kings of tried to do that with raw. Blake being upfront then. Having Tom maccallum come aboard. I can't remember how many times this year what we've asked a question. He said well. We know what we are team. We know where we're going. We know there's going to be transitioned so that transparency in the old days I'm talking two years ago. Teams never talk like that. They didn't go public with their plans. Now it seems like teams are doing that. Yeah Oh you're always worried about ticket sales and everything right you want. People people aren't necessarily going to be interested if the team is holding up their hands and saying hey we're not gonna be good this year and in spite design but as you said the rangers kind of did that. I think people are smart. It's you know in this age of social media. It's there's not a lot of secrets out there. People know that it's not an a salary cap world. It's really hard to to turn things around way snapping your fingers and signing a lot of free agent so I think people get it. There's a process. I think there's something from the hardcore fans about being on the ground floor and seeing it come together and watching the guys come in and get you know grown and mentor in your organization. And so that's that kind of is the carrot carrot for for these fans and they WANNA see Tina place heart that plays while and that's what Ellie is done. That's what Toronto did. That's your kind of base as you build back up and to that end we've heard it ad nauseam the plan the plan the plant are we now starting to see and you've covered prospects for a while you cover the world juniors for tsn. I mean I just rattling off some of the names on this list of guys who have gone through the ringer there and have played at a high level. There I mean this just as you're alone you had Turkana Keel. Thomas would that Amazing goal the game winner for Canada. guys like mikey. Anderson Jared Anderson. Don't been through their Kale Clegg's through there. I mean these. These are guys that are going through stages like that. Do you take away having seen those guys up close. The kings in particular have been able to identify guys over the long haul and execute. That plan is not tomorrow question. But are these guys legit going forward? I think a lot of them are and that's the key right. You got to have a big pool. Customer work And some some are going to take some time. Obviously you know the rollercoaster ride gave party's been on because we were hoping he was going to be on the Canadian world junior team couple years back and it just didn't work out and boy could they have used them So it's it's not a straight line as much as they might look where they're going to you know think you're GonNa get him right away out of the draft So a lot of them are. I think really impressive. Kill Thomas. It's one of the great stories in recent world junior history for Canada For him to be a fourth line role Having been a top line guy in his club team into basically be in that position the entire tournament and then need just one shift to to change the whole the whole thing and and get Canada. The win I what stood out to me was that You know talking to the hundred brothers afterwards. Mark Hunter Dale Hunter. Who has done such an amazing job in London About the GUT called L. Hunter me to throw a kill Thomas because it was late in the third period and we were kind of like wise the fourth line even seen the ice here in today's just had and Dale hundred. I just had a hunch and it's funny because it kill. Thomas said that he had a hunch he was going to score. And you want guys who like the the the spotlight and want the moment and He's a high character guy as you guys know he's. He's got his own fashion line and he's worked his way up Family oriented and all that and that to me stood out that he knew he was gonna be in there that moment and at the coaches that I think the hundred brothers no junior hockey better than pretty much anyone they believed in him and Mark Hunter said that they always knew he was a big old guy. Like that's one of the reasons they took them. It's one of the reasons they knew a that. He would be comfortable in depth role and he would approach it the right way and also be that if they needed that goal and they needed that spark late in the game That that he could provide it the other. Name that that From that list Is Jared Anderson? Dolan who Is another high character guy who I think? He had a broken finger. Broken hand going into candidates camp a couple years back and they basically preserved spot for and usually if you have question marks like injury wise going in and you're not the elite guy like the guy who's GonNa score years you know there's you're gonNA might be hard pressed to make the team but they. They liked him so much and they believed in him so much in the intangibles that he could bring that he he locked up spot and And obviously that that-that Vancouver run didn't go well because what happened in the quarterfinals but but that stood out to me as well so I think you know and you look around and you talk you. Just look at the list of prospects in the NHL teams have the world juniors every year and. I'm not sure I'LL ELLIE. May Add the most at the hospital. I presided yes so I mean you're looking at the list and you're seeing the teen affiliations in you're also looking at the leading scores and stuff and there's a lot of kings. There are a lot of reasons to be optimistic about some of these guys. That are coming up. I know that most times when you go into a draft. I think everyone most people would be an agreement because you're projecting out years down the road that you select the best player available. How many times have you heard that what I'm seeing now and I'm taking a king's perspective is this. What do the Kings need obvious? They need game changers from an offensive standpoint. And then I look at two guys specifically fog from Sweden and Kellyanne from the US team a right hand shot and the left hand shot that both guys can drill one timers so I'm looking two or three years down the road for the Kings. Were they need okay? They need those holes filled. Now you have one guy on each side of the ice that loves to shoot the PUCK is not going to be a guy that's going to be dishing. Not He's not a distributor gave. Lardy is a distributor. These guys are gonNA shoot the Puck so it looks like to me that I don't think it was probably in the plan. You just drew the best player available but now it seems to be in the fit then again. I'm I'm optimistic. Because you have a one time shooter from both sides of the ice and I think that makes a difference and it seems like the ages these guys are the probably gonNA develop the same time in the same rate and probably be on the same team together when they joined the La Kings. So just something you need you want. I think I saw Kelly at camp and standing still without any momentum. He was hitting top corners from the top of the circle. Now I'm not a scout I don't know but I can see someone is he one dimensional. Yes but he's dimensioned that the kings need he could rip apart and I think a lot has to do with technique but also I would not doubt the technology the sticks. He didn't even have to be moving zip to the top corner and virtue players can do that. The the thing with where we're at two right now because we're only a couple of weeks away from the draft lottery and you mentioned earlier. The fans are almost thinking about well. We can't win too many games here like did you get that sense back in two thousand thirteen that there was a worry that well you know. We can't yeah. There was the it wasn't a it wasn't a tank but it was a bad team. Which is was there a worry? Then that WHO? Maybe we won't hit the number one overall. Yeah for sure because at least haven't had great luck as fans will tell you over the years in they haven't Maybe valued the draft in past years. The way they they certainly do now that everything has to because of the salary Cap Era. But yeah there was concern. I remember going into that last game. Oh man they They started They started sparks. I think in that last game the regular season and Bernie had been on a bit of a roll and I guess the conspiracy theorists and were saying that They gotta go with the not hot goalie in that situation. Right it was a it was a team that was bad by design and there was concerned because you go through and you endure a tough season and it's not easy in losing can breed more losing. And you don't want to get used to that And you don't want to be but you look you. Can't you know Buffalo head? The the the terrible year they don't get mcdavid. Echoes Amazing Player. But it's not a fix right. There's so much more that goes into but yeah there was. There was concerned. Let's not when too many games by. Let's be competitive. Three two losses right. That's what everyone seemed to want it. Can it can. I remember the year. Stamkos dougherty kings are playing final game of the regular season. They win the game. They dropped the second occur this lottery. Thing the odds weren't as bad back. Then you know you couldn't really move up or move down as much as you can now and in all honesty the guy with the offense we're Stamkos knew about him. Well we end up with drew doughty and you know I know D- Lombardi's talked about where he said you know what if we had. I bic I would've picked out easy for him to say hindsight but.

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"mark hunter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everything entertainment Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer far and these are our crazy stupid idiots well then I guess one could say that's a crazy stupid idiots. C. as. stands for crazy stupid it sure does why well because the world is stupidity is done people do and things repeatedly over time in the state of. at this actually is a Florida man story good so you know that like people get all excited about Florida man stories because usually they're so dom yeah and this one's kinda dumb but it's kinda like smart dumb okay interest territory hi now so I want to tell you about a person in the state of Florida. who had to. a mercury cougar two thousand two mercury thing well it's from two thousand to still thanks in old but what he wanted was a Bugatti Veyron I don't even know what that is it's a Bugatti I don't know I only know about that from music look at it there's like a Britney spears song where she says Bugatti it's a very fancy an incredibly expensive car. so we had a two thousand two mercury cougar but what he wanted was a Bugatti seen already dead. hearing when Bugatti one. that's cute he won the guiding self one no kind of he made one for himself using is two thousand two mercury okay he dressed up is mercury I mean and he and I'm not saying like not like the cheap hauling costumes that you get the kind of vaguely look like the thing you're trying to dress up as but you got it on a budget yeah that like that he went to great lengths to dress up his two thousand two mercury cougar to look like a Bugatti and guess what he got arrested no he didn't get arrested like first of all the thing I think is crazy stupid idiot worthy is like I wonder how much you spent on this because I bet he could have bought a Bugatti for it well but it's. there are crazy stupid idiots and this and this is the people of the area who are looking at the Craigslist ad that have driven the price up because there is trying to sell his fake Bugatti they've driven the price up in interest. from. however it's worse I mean like nothing to one hundred twenty five thousand dollars. well he's apparently going to be able to sell this thing for probably somewhere in the neat in that range of a hundred twenty five thousand dollars that's kind of awesome though do you know how much an actual Bugatti cars no I do not but it's probably a lot more than that I had like a hundred thirty thousand basically. Seoul really yeah he's kind of dumb like a fox like now he may be able to say that he may be able to sell his fake Bugatti and get a real Bugatti. how much is a real boon guy how much is a real good you don't have to put real gadis because you can just put Bugatti honey. they're like three million dollars. what one point seven to. eight dollars no I miss this I am I miss read this they valued the fake Bugatti. at a hundred twenty eight thousand dollars okay he's trying to sell it for a hundred twenty five god it yes you're right so they can be anywhere between one point three million and three point three million. so I feel like he's got a good deal I mean again. Ruger and I mean he could buy a house with that they're calling it a blue cook that blue cougar a book let the kids here okay anyway car geyser they're legit man here late but did you see this car I mean even the inside he's tried to read yes Sir it's a live look like a Bugatti they will say it's very close to my house in the basement of the desire we have let's just say I a there's a guy at the gym that I go to who drives a McLaren have you ever. I have. two boys are total sports car your hands okay so yes and I just think that the I don't understand that world at all like I love old cars and like fun cars but like cars that are a three million dollars who has time for this I drive a mini van yeah so sit with that now you know where I stand on the issue. who do you got his you're crazy all right we need to go to Florida and this time we've got some criminals being. it all starts actually totally unrelated we have to start with a thirty five year old by the name of Macon mon to narrow and thirty one year old named Aaron Thomas and these two were just out goofing off on a Friday evening at about eleven forty in the PM they were on bicycles. they're on Ferdinand the beach which is apparently not five each no it's actually a city I'll check outside Jacksonville and they were on a street in for now cash and they were on their bikes just to lay around and as the two bikes cut across the road they were almost hit by another vehicle because they didn't have any lights on their bicycles you got a letter saying this is dangerous right so okay police pulled him over they were like you guys seriously you can't just be two one around with no lights you're kinda weave in and out of traffic also I feel like you kind of smell like booze and your speeches counselor they were drunk bike games so also illegal they did decline to perform see field sobriety tests and he was like well I don't care I'm an arrest you anyway and so officer mark hunter are you mean asa for my account for America and Sir Munter. Eric Munter now. I see them and put it back in the back of his vehicle. that's when things got crazy stupid I say everything sounds pretty standard so far he are they were handcuffed by the way so they were unable to and do things with their hands all the somehow. moments later after officer hunter went to talk to somebody into something I can do some awesome for anything yeah he came back. and the two were out of their hand cuffs. presto change was like Houdini up in there and guess what well not only that they were Buck naked wow I mean they got busy quick yes ends wait for it. they were also doing it so they really got busy quick yeah when the officer came back they open the car doors for fled on naked foot tall and thankfully asa for mark was able to to catch them and re capture them near the cold stone creamery so call they were gone out for ice cream after they're very special things got worse after that like she started kicking she also has a tattoo that says miss thirsty on our left forearm which was kind of interesting okay she got some abrasions from like hitting the ground you walk on our own I mean it was a mess so moral of the story is kids if you want to get crunk on a bike could do it in your own backyard yeah I didn't don't people don't care if you're in your backyard unionists conquers you want yeah if you wanna get naked you want to expose your sexual organs engaging lascivious act you can't do that on your record though probably not blanket yeah I'd like to try your hand at it in your own backyard I don't know I don't think so and sweet a minute that's a good question. I don't know. I would imagine I can I run around in my own backyard and jiggle the bets I think you can as long as it's. nobody else can see yeah right. I've got some pretty big bushes. yeah in a bad product. let's go to New York for our final crazy stupid idiots okay hold me and I'm not going to get into the details of this because it's pretty bad but basically just know this I there's something really well there's the there's lots a sad things that this guy his name is Francisco Alberto Hernandez he's twenty nine years old and he. moderately violently robbed some people on the street Miley mildly my we did you say I just want I just didn't want to like have to explain you the details of like there's a child involved and it was it was bad just was bad like somebody got locked out it was bad but when the person came to and then called the police they were like Hey I just got robbed like all my money is gone and this is bad and somebody came forward and said to the cops yeah so I kind of saw some of this happened and it turns out not only did the robber take all that stuff from that lady here. he also dropped something and it's the S.. do I don't know what it was drop something like his library current. his own wallet in his own identity. to the idiot Robert goes to like commit a huge robbery takes the woman's everything and runs off with it but he leaves behind his calling card literally and then it it but then he ran away so he's gone he's on foot he's gone couple minutes later a little while later. I they get a call from a nearby dollar tree. yes what what they've just gotten robbed at gunpoint yes why it fit the description guess what same guy guess what. they were able to catch up with them after a brief foot chase and he has been charged with two felony counts of robbery and one misdemeanor count of making terroristic threats which I will not get into whoa but that's the story we'll see what I'm gonna do some stuff during our his arraignment on Monday I he said you know he just moved to the neighborhood just a couple days ago and he had it he does that even he has a job yet so he really needed some extra by. so bad choice is I'm telling you man there better ways to live your life true dat when we come back on the call the number of the show the best way to live your life is simply the throwback live at two forty five we're gonna do that when we return on my talking one recently.

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"mark hunter" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:21 min | 3 years ago

"mark hunter" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"All right. Let's pick it back up with <hes> Matt and his guests can I can. I ask my every man question here before you jump into our lease. The title of the shows outbound lives in yet for years years. I've been hearing oh no outbound dying. It's all about generating leads to come to you here. I'd love to get your guests take on it. Is there a consensus that outbound is still alive and coming back here here and if the answer is yes given the name of your conferences conferences is out valley. We talk a little bit about that before but that is a great segue. <hes> is cold calling an outbound dead co coming now bound is alive and well in it never really went away. I mean there were still many many of us that were still coaching teaching training using it in our business in there that that's not going to go away for a long time in the future. You're going to need cold outreach but none of us are anti <hes> inbound. I mean the the difference difference between I think the the <hes> cold call is dead. Outbound is dead. That's the straw man that's Social Sadler's or people who talk about social selling. That's the strong man they set up something the rail against don't you hate the call. Everybody hates. It's the cold call and mostly the group that said that are charlatans and people who got washed out in in sales and tried to find an easier way to do something in that easy thing for some of them was just start talking about how social selling was the new wave and teaching and training that but the truth of the matter is and bounce important that's critically important and it would be a mistake not to say I'm GONNA use all of the channels to reach out to my prospective customers their dream clients <hes> all down this better than an inbound and outbound. Do you want to all of them but the idea of passively waiting for deals to come to you in passively waiting for what somebody told me last week was a sales qualified lead that I asked what that meant and they meant ready to buy and I said they're ready. You too bye. What do they need a salesperson? Why can't they just fill out an order for him by what they want and you take clients where you find them and sometimes they're not prepared to change and sometimes they don't know they need to change and sometimes they're just so bogged down in the status Whoa they need somebody to come in and start sharing ideas with them and outbound gives you the ability to say I can reach out and start talking to the people that I want to do business with and that I can create value for rather than sitting back in passively waiting then I've never known waiting to be agreed strategy producing any particular result <hes> that you want in life and certainly not in sales well and you feel so strongly about this? You and some of your friends have literally created a conference around talk about the origin of the outbound conferences and where it's gone talk a little bit of what you guys have planned here in a couple of months I was sitting in a sales conference and I realized that many people will never get to go to a four million dollar sales kickoff like the one I was speaking at and I thought that's that's a shame that other people don't get this experience to hear you know big name speakers and get this kind of content and this kind of experience and while he was sitting there <hes> two things happened I recognize that idea and then I saw the inbound conference. Keep popping up in my facebook feed and I thought you know what if there's an inbound. Why wasn't there an outbound? Why couldn't somebody do a conference just about outbound and I bought out conference Dot Com in about twenty five derivatives of that name on my domain supplier and I immediately immediately left that meeting and called Jab and said I've got a good idea? We should do an outbound conference and he said that is the single best idea you've ever had in your entire life. I think that's an exaggeration but he still commits to that being the very best idea I've ever had and we <hes> called Mike Weinberg Mark Hunter and we put the first one together <hes> a couple years ago and the first one we had about twelve weeks to put together and we had four hundred people show up and we recognize that there was an appetite for people to come in to learn about prospecting thank building your pipeline and being productive with your time at the second year last year we had just over six hundred people <hes> we just exceeded what we had <hes> seats for and had to bring in extra chairs because we did a little bit better than even we thought we would do because people showed up very late tickets and this year they'll be a thousand people in the World Congress Center Georgia Ballroom and we've extended it from a two day event to now three day event so they'll be two days a main stage with people people like Jeffrey Dahmer and Bob Berg and Andrea Waltz and colleen transis and Victory Antonio that we've added to the bill and the third day they'll be <hes> a WHO's who of sales development Larry Levin Jen Akao <hes> Jean mcnaughton the whole. There's I think sixteen people presenting workshops on the final day and the tickets are on sale now and they're doing really really well so we're going to have another big conference to share April Twenty third through twenty six two thousand nineteen as Anthony the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. You can check out more at outbound conference DOT com. I think there are an awful lot of sales reps and sales managers who don't have access to those big sales kickoffs we see should have people posting pictures from wild extravagant places with great speakers and awesome guns. Bring that together we know one thing I've noticed it in your conferences and others that are tied seemed to be some of the most popular and well attended they don't just include people sharing process and methodology and you do have the people that are inspirational that are motivational get into some of the psychology the psyche of selling why why is that. I mean if I'm right in in in in that. Why is that something that has been a priority for you on the on the agenda we I decided that we were going to have a couple single rules about you know the way that we run a conference in the number one rule it? This is content driven conference. It's not a sponsor driven conference and in the sponsor driven conference there tends to be a lot of people uh-huh pitching from the stage there tends to be a lot of technology and process things that people are showing because they want you to come to a booth and buy things and we have sponsors and we definitely want you go to the booth and see you know outreach and Zoom Info and the people that are going to be there but they don't have the microphone and you're you're not gonNA listen to a pitch in what what is always bothered me as people that have to pay to go to a conference to be pitched. I mean if you're just GONNA pitch them. You don't don't make them pay pitch. Them just hit some. Some that seems more fair to me than making them pay to show up and come into a room so this is a it is a content driven conference. No one's allowed to pitch from the stage sponsors. Don't get the microphone were there to deliver the content that helps people improve their lives and improve. There's sales results and that's our single <hes> outcome for everything that we do here and when that happens I think that's why people keep coming back so we'll we'll have probably thirty percent of the people that were at outbound last year. Come back this year specifically because the the promises there you're going to get content which is what we call practical tactical and actionable. You're going to be able to leave and do things that you can't do right now. Boss question for our guest as we wrap up here on those on radio into the air you know make sure you check out the outbound conference <unk> outbound conference dot com his new book eat their lunch winning customers away from your competition and speaking of books. I know that you were voice reader of a wide variety of topics what who are a few people that you have been particularly inspired by is in your career. <hes> you know they could be professors managers alive or dead who are some people that you'd like to recognize my recommend other people check out as well. That's a big giant list for me but I'll start with of for for character development and success in productivity activity. Stephen Covey's work is still the masterwork in that category after that I have to say from a sales perspective still nobody tops Neil Rackham in my mind. Neil Rackham is still the very best. If you WANNA start getting out into other concepts ups where it's not going to be quite as <hes> conventional as those Howard Bloom who wrote a book called the Lucifer principle a scientific expedition into the forces of history. If you want to really understand what the word mean and mimetic this is and how ideas spread from person to person and infect US Howard Bloom his very best and then I studied philosopher here in the United States and Ken Wilber and Ken Walker's got about the most clear lens of understanding human behavior as anyone that I've ever found in because in sales what we're doing is we're working with humans. It's a really good idea to get a deep understanding of how we operate last question. I promise this last question before I make my producer sweat. You know it's GonNa keep the orchestra. It strikes me the number of books you read in the in the level. They might you travel the amount how busy you are. How many things you're working on getting a lot of people can make these people just don't have time to read? I wish I had more time to read <hes> you could say the same thing and yet you still get a lot of books read. What are some of your <hes> quick secrets to to to just spend a getting more time to read? I I try to block an hour a day for reading and the the way that you can get the reading done with no extra time. If you like Kendall you can have kindle with whispers think with the audible and if you buy the two things together you buy the kindle book and the audible at the same time. They're sync together so when you stop reading you can just turn your phone on while you're running while you're on the treadmill while you're in the shower while you're doing something else and and it allows you double the speed that you're able to read books because all the time that you really can't be doing something else. You can actually be taking that in the last Bush of course when he coming on the <hes> in the arena podcasts. Oh my Gosh Gosh. I've been waiting for an invite you kidding me anytime you want all right major league that happened in the next couple of weeks awesome I love it. I wish we had more time but <HES> positive to kick us out here here. So we get the next show on thank you so much anger meaner you know for joining US Rega- <hes> make sure you check out the conference and his books including one eat. Your lunch got much less coming up next week. We've got Sean Herring Eaton's The C._M._o.. The Chief Marketing Officer for Panda Doc. We're GONNA be talking about the hidden inefficiencies killing your sales workflow workflow and conversion rates a lot of great speakers and topics after that when we got to go for my great producer Paul this is fine. Thank you for joining US another episode of sales pipeline radio..

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"Afford three hundred fifty dollars plane ticket to go close. The order. If I was competing against you. I'd be on the plane and I'd win win one hundred percent of those deals you'd win there'd be no contest. They had a client. I had a client who said to me. I had a meeting, and he said you didn't have to come all the way here to see me. And I said, I know I just wanted to. I mean, that's the difference. Is you think that the physical presence doesn't matter and it does? And the physical presence means that you care more. It's proof that you care more because you got on a plane and came all this way to see me. And and I think we we still I think I don't know what you're gonna call this podcast, like it's the human stupid or hunting a human. Title title, my next book. It's the human stupid. That's all by that book. All right that that is. I mean, that's what it is. So you underestimate the fact of just your physical presence showing up there to say I care enough about you to sit down and really understand what you need while how could that not create a preference for you? And and selling about conversations it's about commitments. But in large part, it's about creating a preference to buy from you instead of someone else. Well, how do you create that preference? Well, I don't wanna spend three hundred fifty dollars on a hundred thousand dollar lifetime value with a sixty two percent net margin. Oh, so you're not good at math either. Humans and you can't do math this decision on earth. If I told you for three hundred fifty dollars, you could get this hundred thousand other climb with greater certainty year. Like, I'm making that that for three fifty. That's a simple bat. Right. It's continues to amaze me. It's just the math is so simple. And we're talking about math right because we're actually talking about a rhythm attack. We're not even really talking about. Now. This isn't this isn't any kind of algebraic equations or not doing quarterback, right? Thank god. Right. I wanted to sail. We just have to add subtract all we have to worry about multiple to that multiplies good. Yeah. Well, it's funny. I think even and you had earlier people understand too is if not just people you're selling to. I mean, it's this back to the relationships in general when you know, if you're building a career, if you're building yourself as had the conversation, my son who is my partner on the sales house, and if he's a millennial and we're extremely smart kid, but we're talking about engaging with this vendor the strategic Fender for us and. We serve narrow down the boys. Well, yeah. If we decide he's the one, but let's go see him or fly him out to see us. And so the first words mouth was kind of old school. It's like this is this is how you cement things that's old school that school. It's all right. That's just school. That's what that is. But it's just important you can build these relationships that are important for what you're doing an important to your success in life or in business. Invest in the time with the with that person. I mean, not all of them are merit that. Right. Right. But those not all of them turn out to be the relationship that you want or need or hope for but the ones that do matter more than anything. And I mean, I remember me you Mark hunter, Mike Weinberg. Sitting at a restaurant how many years ago in Chicago, right, Chicago. More. Yeah. Yeah. And and I I I'm we had Matt Gibson steakhouse. I remember where down on rush straight or something right over there. Yeah. We I mean that was this little group we got together in Chicago, and we had twenty one of a show up to get to be in a room together. And and those relationships still exist, which you know, the the explains the value relationship. Don't absolutely yes, I met you. I I've met Weinberg Mark. Actually, I think not seen Martin person's subsequent to that still thinks senior on Weinberg and person. Is it gosh, it doesn't feel like that to me. I know this I think because of this. So the power of a video. Well, one question I was gonna ask us as thoroughly it's little bit. We're talking about. But. Jeb blunt wrote the forward to your book had a very strong statement in there, which was that..

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04:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Can't afford three hundred fifty dollars plane ticket to go close. The order. If I was competing against you. I'd be on the plane and I'd win win a hundred percent of those deals you'd win there'd be no contest. They had a client. I had a client who said to me. I had a meeting, and he said you didn't have to come all the way here to see me. And I said, I know I just wanted to. I mean that that's the difference. Is you think that the physical presence doesn't matter and it does? And the physical presence means that you care more. It's proof that you care more because you got on a plane and came all this way to see me. And and I think we we we still I think I don't know what you're gonna call this podcast, like it's the human stupid or something. It's humid. Title title, my next book. It's the human stupid. Yeah. That's all by that book. All right that that is. I mean, that's what it is. So you underestimate the fact of just your physical presence showing up there to say I care enough about you to sit down and really understand what you need while how could that not create a preference for you? And and selling about conversations it's about commitments. But in large part, it's about creating a preference to buy from you. Instead of someone else will how do you create that preference? Well, I don't wanna spend three hundred fifty dollars on a hundred thousand dollar lifetime value with a sixty two percent net margin. Oh, so you're not good at math either. Humans and you can't do math this decision on earth. If I told you for three hundred fifty dollars, you could get this hundred thousand other climb with greater certainty year. Like, I'm making that that for three fifty. That's a simple bat. Right. It's continues to as me. It's just the math is so simple. And we're talking about math right because we're actually talking about a rhythm attack. We're not even really talking about. Now. This isn't this isn't any kind of algebraic equation on not doing quarterback, right? Thank god. Right. I wanted to sail. We just have to add subtract all we have to worry about multiple to multiplies good. Yeah. Well, it's funny. I think even and you had earlier people understand too is if not just people you're selling to. I mean, it's this is back to the relationships in general when you know, if you're building a career, if you're building yourself as had the conversation, my son who is my partner on the sales house, and if he's a millennial and we're extremely smart kid, but we're talking about engaging with vendor the strategic Fender for us and. We serve narrow down the boys. Well, yeah. If we decide he's the one, but let's go see him or fly him out to see us. And so the first words mouth was kind of old school. It's like this is this is how you Smith things that's old school that school. It's all right. That's just school. That's what that is. But it's just important you can build these relationships that are important for what you're doing an important to your success in life for in business. Invest in the time with with that person. I mean, not all of them are merit that. Right. Right. But those not all of them turn out to be the relationship that you want or need or hope for but the ones that do matter more than anything. And I mean, I remember me you Mark hunter, Mike Weinberg. Sitting at a restaurant how many years ago in Chicago, right, Chicago. More. Yeah. Yeah. And and I I I'm we had Matt Gibson steakhouse. I remember where down on rush straight or something right over there. Yeah. We I mean that was this little group we got together in Chicago, and we had twenty one of us show up to get to be in a room together. And and those relationships still exist, which you know, the the explains value relationship. Don't absolutely yes, I met you. I I've met Weinberg Mark. Actually, I think seen Martin person's subsequent to that still thinks senior on Weinberg and person. Is it gosh, it doesn't feel like that to me. I know well, this I think because of this. So the power of a video. Well, one question I was going to ask us as thoroughly it's little bit toy talking about. But. Jeb blunt wrote the forward to your book at a very strong statement in there, which was that..

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