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"mark tim" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:15 min | Last month

"mark tim" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is a very clean city. I know people don't think of Buffalo like that. What is very clean city with a lot of people have a lot of pride for that town that live in there. Oh, that's for sure. Huge pride. I mean, and that's one of the great things about being in a community like that. And that's why I wrote for the bills because I would love to see that community. Delivered a Super Bowl right now, Let's say the Rams were in the Super Bowl. You're on the one on one. No difference will be 1000 people on the freeway with you. He'll be jammed in traffic. 90% of people won't know that the Rams are in the Super Bowl. It's just It's a different vibe out here than it is in well, West. Should be fair, so Children, California There's so much to do out here. There's so much activity unrelated to sports. So many things distracting you so many things for you to wrap your little many part of the community around. You know, whatever it is, And because of that. It was just an embarrassment of riches here, you know, and and because of that, I think we don't have the same kind of rallying around a lot of these teams. That you might find back east like in a Buffalo, New York. It's just there's just less going on in Buffalo. Yeah, No, I think you're right. You're absolutely right. But it should be. It should be two great games. Um, yeah. Mahomes thing is huge, though. I mean, he's the You know, he's the human highlight real, you know, and It'll be a lot different without him in the game. If that's the way they decide to keep it. Oh, I mean, you know, I can't imagine the line moving if Holmes is playing or not playing. It's got all of that, too, because that's points. I'm sure it's what they call off the board right now, you know. Yeah, You're probably right, You know, because it depends on who who's playing. Who's going to quarterback in that team? That's crazy. All right, But both games are gonna be on Sunday and again. It's a noon start. For the Bays, game, Tampa Bay and Green Day and then it's a 3 40 start for the second game. Buffalo versus Kansas City. And that would be a great Sunday and by the way, speaking of that this Sunday we're gonna take a quick break. It will mean to take take a look at this palm. Think about it this Sunday. The weather is going to be great for football. Because in the San Fernando Valley and beyond, it's going to be cold. Um, you know, on Sunday, it's gonna be 39 degrees in the valley is a low 57 is the high, so it's gonna be cold football weather. We've maybe got a fire If you got a fireplace, somebody's cooking chili. You gotta you know, pot roast. There still were something going on? And you got that game on, man. Just your stew, Their television and your picture of Joe Biden. Tim. It's gonna be great. Have a great Sunday. I said that Tonto. Mark Tim sent me this picture. He really does have a picture of Joe Biden now hanging in his office. Look, I wouldn't do it, but my grandfather did it and I thought it was cool. He was big Democrat and whatever you know, whoever's president he had made by 10 of that president hanging in his house that that that was, you know, that's good for the kids. Kids should know that Very good relies on K. If I am sick, 40 Ton Weight and Thompson more now. Debra Mark California has a new senator, Vice President Harris Warren Alex Padilla today. The actor who played Hide on that seventies show has pleaded not guilty in.

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Why Having a Business Mentor is Essential to Success

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:52 min | 3 months ago

Why Having a Business Mentor is Essential to Success

"Today. I have two guests. My guests are kevin harrington and mark tim as an original shark on the hit. Tv show shark tank. The creator of the infomercial. Pioneer of the as seen on tv and co founding board member of the entrepreneurs organization. Kevin harrington has pushed past all the questions and excuses to repeatedly enjoy a hundred times success his legendary work behind the scenes of business ventures has produced well over five billion dollars global sales launch of more than five hundred products. And the making of dozens of millionare's twenty of his companies have each top two hundred million dollars in revenue. Martyrdom has been a serial entrepreneur an exponential thinking practitioner for almost three decades. He started more than a dozen companies. Several of which have multiplied imminent sold. They are the co authors of the great book mentor to millions. Thanks so much for joining me today. guys be here. Thank you a great to be here. Awesome so mark. I am going to start with you and ask you to share selvi. Would you think are important lessons that you learned from heaven in your mentor mentor relationship. Well kevin Kevin was kind of the dream. Mentor for me. You know he was he. He became my guide in my own. Entrepreneurial endeavors i had had a successful business multiple businesses. But i kept topping out at a certain level and when i looked at kevin as a shark you know i'm like he's taken over. Twenty businesses dobra hundred million dollars. He could really help me to scale and so to be candid. I had to give the best pitch. This guy's heard over fifty thousand pitches. And so i went to kevin and said hey look i know your time is valuable. I know that You've got a lot of wisdom you could share for me so if you would be my mentor. I'm gonna make this easy for you. And i'm going to become your student. And that was a pitch that he hadn't heard before thankfully and he said yes and so he became my guide in my entrepreneurial pursuits. I learned you know. Probably the two biggest things i learned was about following the eyeballs. He calls a aggressive curiosity at the short hand for that is follow the eyeballs. Where are people looking. The chances of success in business and scaling is if your business in the path of where people are looking in. So i started putting more my efforts behind commerce because as you can tell right now. We're shopping from home. That's herat and so it was perfect. Timing for me to invest in that category. Because wow my business this year. I can tell you that i'm actually on my way to my first one hundred million dollar business because of my mentorship with kevin and then he also taught me a concept about the dream team and the dream team. Here's here's the mistake. I was making and by the way so is ninety. Nine point nine percent of everybody in their business. I had this crazy notion that i was hiring people i could afford and you know. And that sounds so intuitive. And that's what we normally do. When we're growing our business. But kevin has this concept called the dream team where he told me i would rather have ten percent of the time of a cfo that could take me a hundred million dollars than one hundred ten percent of the time of a cfo. That wouldn't get passed a million and that's the concept of who you can afford often caps you out and taps you out versus putting a dream team in place sometimes which you don't even have to pay them if you incentivize them the right way but if you put a dream team in place that can take you where you need to go than likely. You're going to get there. And so i would say aggressive curiosity dream team to the biggest lessons i learned from kevin but most of all i took what i learned from kevin. I started applying it to home. I started treating family like the most valuable business in the world. And i found out that aggressive curiosity works at home and my ultimate jer. Green team is my family at home. And i started seeing results. That are beyond anything i could ever imagine at home. And that's when we wrote the book mentor to millions. That was one of the commitments. We made we teach all the lessons. That kevin taught me but we try to end every chapter with how you can take that lesson home to your most valuable business and bring them your best and your first instead of your last in your least oh my goodness i just love that and i have to say that i love this concept of aggressive curiosity because i am all about Well you may notice that. The end i remind people to stay curious because it is so key and i love this dream team concept i get that so many people hire who they think they can afford and they miss out on who they need to get their business where they want to go so kevin. I'm assuming that you think every business owner should have a mentor. Is that a fair assumption. Absolutely i believe let's put it this way if you're a startup entrepreneur or startup business owner. You don't know what's coming up. Kobe through a lot of wrenches in a lot of businesses for many that were some of the most successful business owners were were were. It was like pulling the rug out from under them right. This is is business life. It were were throwing curveballs every single day. A thirty years ago one day my my bank shut down my merchant account and grabbed two million dollars out of my account. And i didn't know what to do. Well i got some mentors. That helped me through that. And and because i was never a finance guy and so people have different strengths and and entrepreneurs though tend to a lot of a lot of entrepreneurs her soul entrepreneurs they take pride in being the the entrepreneur to do it themselves to be their own boss. What they don't realize is that you know when they were inside that corporation with that big structure and all those people you know there was other people that were doing the things that maybe they weren't good at and so now that they're responsible for all parts of the business. It's now time to make sure that you've got the right support team as mark and i call it the dream team to help you succeed in that and a dream team can be one or two or three or some grouping of mentors and coaches that you can bring together so i think everybody needs one

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New Covid-19 Outbreaks Test South Korea’s Strategy

WSJ What's News

04:22 min | 5 months ago

New Covid-19 Outbreaks Test South Korea’s Strategy

"We go now to South Korea, which are some important lessons in dealing with covid nineteen. It has had a lot of success in limiting the spread and other countries are looking to it for inspiration. Let's find out how South Korea is doing it with the journals Tim. Martin our bureau chief there he joins us from Seoul hey there. Tim Mark. Tim I wanNa map this out. What are the key components in South Korea's plan to combat the pandemic. I, they had a plan a national plan. So even before cases started to erupt in January and February, they were already thinking about tests and not only test, but how to quickly administer them across the country you know. So there wouldn't be backlogs people waiting for the results once the outbreak really mushroomed in size then they locked into this contact tracing very aggressive contact tracing approach where the blended technology officials had access to everything inside your smartphone basically, and this allowed officials to really pinpoint where were the outbreaks occurring. Who had it? Who might have it and you take those two things in combination plus South Koreans knew the drill people wear face masks here out of routine and they had gone through other public health crises. So this wasn't a moment where there was much confusion the message from the National Government through public health officials was very consistent stay indoors where face mass avoid large groups and the people more or less volunteered to follow the government certainly took the lead in this, but it also involved big names in business. At a certain point early on in the outbreak. South Korea didn't have enough hospital beds problem seen in many different countries, and at that point, every patient who has confirmed was going to a hospital very quickly they ran out of space. So instep South Korea's biggest companies like Samsung L. G.. Sunday they offered up corporate dormitories to alleviate some of the backlog. In fact in South Korea about eighty percent of cases are symptomatic or mild in nature. So this really allowed doctors and equipment to be prioritized those who who most need it is this an effort or a response that would work in other parts of the world I'm thinking the United States or Europe certainly the approach to to quarantining and widespread testing. Could have worked elsewhere I think the elements that would not be accepted by Western societies including the US would be invasive contact tracing. This was all written into local infectious disease laws in South Korea that without a big discussion around corona? Virus. Health officials could again tap into your smartphone data. They could even access telecom networks if tracing cases was too difficult, that's a level that again in Western countries where the system is not previously set up that they wouldn't accept. In, many parts of the world there is concern about a resurgence or second wave of corona virus. What is the atmosphere right now in South Korea. Is there a plan moving forward from where we are now? South Korea has anticipated that there would be a second way for for weeks if not months. Yeah. The strategy is in place I think it's going to be continuing to execution of tracking tracing and testing and I think the population is geared up for it. I think while the health officials and the government are talking about this in a very stern tone. If you just look at life in South Korea, it looks remarkably normal compared to the rest of the globe restaurants are open. The sports seasons are still ongoing people go to work. You know basically the biggest shift if you were to look outdoors today versus a year ago is just the prevalence of face masks and You can see South Korean officials adjusting on the fly During this reason uptick, you know the did take some curbs like forcing restaurants to close at nine pm for dining services, and I think one of the key elements of South Korea's approach is again always be in fear of another outbreak and I think with this public discourse. Sort of strategy behind the scenes I think they're going to be prepared to deal with with further outbreaks.

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"mark tim" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"mark tim" Discussed on KTOK

"The book is out this week and we're talking about opportunities to make money while we're in the midst of this pandemic, and it can't be done working from home. Oh, my gosh. Gonna be done working from home. I mean, people were working from home for a long time. They had side hustles. They're working at home, Try and take care of their family. But here's the difference. Lee right now it's embraced. It's almost, you know, encouraged to work at home, so not only can you work from home right now, but think about the opportunity to help other people work from home. So these businesses I'm talking about that maybe needed to happen outside the home can happen inside the home and you start looking at where the eyeballs are at and then look at the new habit. I think King from home is a habit. It's not going to go away anytime soon. And there's opportunities as a result of that in mentor, the millions. We talked about mindset. We talked about curiosity. We talked about having a plan putting a team around you and all of that is within reach of everyone right now, but Mentorship. Raise your hand. Ask for help. If your if you have enough confidence to raise your hand and ask for help, mentors will show up. We have a Ah I love how Amazon calls these things. The fulfillment center. Wei have one here in Oklahoma City, and it's just expanded. I think they've expanded another several million square feet. So just just doing business with Amazon these days is a simple a swiping your phone, and usually it arrives the next day, our their opportunities for people to make money using Amazon. Yeah, it's probably when people ask me for a new business or side hustle. I encourage them to go to e commerce number one. We feel safest. Right now at home. We want to be at home. We feel safe at home, so we're shopping from home. That's where the eyeballs air at is in e commerce. But then also, it's easy now to start any business. It doesn't cost much money to set up an account and you can see what people are buying. Just look what you're buying and start there. Look at the pattern that's been created and start there. If you are on e commerce, and you're in the path of new habits, I mean, try getting d I y stuff. Try getting stuff for your home. Try to get stuff for home schooling. I mean, it's sold out. There's great opportunities in that space right now. Mark Tim's got more advice featured on the later with Lehman. His podcast, which you confined to Katie okay dot com and the I. Heart radio app. Mark. Tim, Thanks for joining us Mentor to millions is the name of the book Secrets of Success in Business and beyond on NewsRadio. 1000, Katie. Okay, word.

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"mark tim" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

03:34 min | 5 months ago

"mark tim" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

"Get 'em T. M. dot com and order the book and someone even posted they've already ordered the book and People posted they ordered the book. Thank you very much. We can't wait to to get it and would love to love the connected you think from it. So thank you, i. think you eat like crazy. Like it's exciting to you Kevin I see get so enthusiastic whereas other people it becomes overwhelming it's really a question about finding the the balance of building and growing in succeeding in business versus when does it distress you when I interviewed Hugh downs who recently passed away when he was eighty seven years old I interviewed him and he had the world record for time on broadcast television when he was on twenty twenty for many years and that guy interviewed every past and. Current president of his time and he said stress is valuable stress like lifting weights and building muscles and business. It makes you stronger distress breaks you down. But every person experiences stress. Differently they experienced details differently when you're first starting out, you know your which is so cool about your book I mean you're actually walking people through a process. It's I mean you're you're literally taking a book in mentoring people through a book. So yeah. So my question is like, what's the? Fine, line what causes you to have a meltdown? I mean where mean does Kevin Harrington Mark Tim say you know what? This is beyond my scope of capabilities. If I tried to do this, I'm going to crash. So the first thing I found in the early days I would say, well, we get only launch one or two products of quarter year whatever it was and we found out that we were failing three out of four four out of five times. So if WE'RE GONNA launch to products. We only got the chance for two to successes. We might have zero successes. So I started ramping up the number of things we were launching at I and I use the formula goal test for success. So I went from doing five six projects a year to twenty five, and then eventually to fifty projects a year out of the fifty, I was pulling ten to twelve winners and that was bringing the the hundreds of millions of dollars and. Sometimes billions of dollars coming from these projects. So so now that was all automatic how we operate because we had it was it was a product into sort of a system that was already developed. We had the producers and the writers and Sutil. So we'd get a product to produce the show. We can test it and boom really what we were hampered by cash for inventory and for production and for building the business. So that became more function of get to too. Many. Products as who can't allow out a lot of winners because we gotta have all kinds of cash to do that. So so then we started raising capital, but the other thing is I was going down to pass one of chronic development and another I started mentoring public companies and taking equity positions in public companies. I know, Tim, Ferriss has done well with this when he got involved in summit at early stage I mean I had a project recently Joe that A. Few years ago the stock was ten cents a share. It was five dollars share before in May of this year. So it it went from ten cents to five dollars and from May to today from five dollars to twenty dollars do the math..

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"mark tim" Discussed on We The People

We The People

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"mark tim" Discussed on We The People

"Main lesson. In my professional capacity. Maybe that what coalitions want of the court. Changes. And can often change rapidly. So why are people like Steven Field on the court and by the way? Why is Andrew Johnson Vice President And the answer is the Republican. Party. In eighteen sixty four is united on the measures. That are being used to fight the civil war. Legal tender is constitutional. Suspension of Habeas Corpus is constitutional. The blockade is constitutional. The emancipation proclamation is constitutional. What's going to happen if the north winds? They don't know. But they want to united front and Andrew Johnson believes in all four of the legal tender not gonNa Find Habeas Emancipation proclamation blockade. Anything Johnson is more are hanging while the traders because frankly they were trying to kill him and he was in the state. By. Eighteen sixty six. Republican Party has a new set of goals and wants different things from the court. And some of those things to link injustices can't deliver because there are mixed lot. For every Salmon Chase who is an abolitionist? There's a Stephen Field, a flat out racists who simply doesn't believe in session. So part of is the mere fact that people want something of the court today. Doesn't tell you. What they're going to want tomorrow. which makes futures very, very hard to predict. Tim The last word in the fascinating discussion his to you what for you are the historical and constitutional lessons. Of fluctuations in the size of the Supreme Court. Between Eighteen, sixty, three, hundred, sixty, nine. Well it is true that there's this really interesting period of change that we've been talking about here from eighteen, sixty, two, day, ten, sixty, nine, and the size of the court changes and all the things we've been talking about What's interesting though is that that was only possible because one party is in power and dominates everything I. Mean we sometimes forget the fact that in eighteen sixty one when the south secedes from the Union though southerners all go home and they're no longer in the congress and so basically, what you have is the Republican Party dominant in the thirty ninth Congress starting in eighteen sixty one. They're able to pass a whole host of measures. We've mentioned you know some of them already and the Republicans stay in power. Until Eighteen, seventy, five, and so for this whole period, they dominate both houses of Congress Johnson is the only outlier he had run with with Lincoln on a National Union ticket in eighteen sixty four understanding that Johnson was a unionist from Tennessee. He'd he had been the only southern member of the Senate not to resign his seat and go back Home Lincoln called him an indispensable man in Tennessee. So there was a good political reason in eighteen. Sixty four when Lincoln was running for re election that he would run with Johnson but Johnston after Lincoln's death turns out to be what really hit always ban, which is a states, rights Democrat, and that puts him at odds with Congress but again, one party in Congress is dominant in both the House and the Senate and that same party occupies the white. House. For the vast majority of this period from eighteen, sixty, one, eight, hundred, seventy, five. And so that party is able to have its way since we're in a very much divided country. Now, where one party is not the dominant party when it comes to public opinion in any sense, if we go back to the last several presidential elections, it is hard for us to imagine that such far reaching changes like what happened during the civil war when it comes to the size of the US Supreme Court, it is hard to imagine any such changes happening now because we're so divided politically in one party doesn't rule in the same way that it did in this era from eighteen, sixty, one, eighteen, seventy, five. Thank you so much more graber and to. For a extraordinarily illuminating nuanced and important discussion about the history of nineteenth century court packing I know that our listeners learned as much as I do, and I'm very grateful to both of you for illuminating and educating all of us. Mark Tim thank you so much for joining. Thank you. Thank you Jeff. Today's show was engineered by Greg Shekar produced by Jackie McDermott research provided by grace's Andy and Lana warrick. And please review and subscribe to we the people on Apple podcasts and recommend the show to friends colleagues or anyone anywhere who is hungry for constitutional illumination and to beat and always remember that we're a private nonprofit and we rely on the generosity and.

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"mark tim" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"mark tim" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Beyond. And joining us is Mark Tim. Now, Mark. All right, So tell us something good. If we are being thrown a curve by life during the pandemic, what's a good way to reset and start? Tapping into something that maybe we had before. Well, I mean these air. These are critical times. You know that we're in and we have an opportunity to really pivot. Right now There's new habits being formed. There's new, you know, economies being formed. The work at home movement is massive. There's all kinds of business popping up every day just to support people working from home. There's the opportunity to start an e commerce business. People are shopping from home more than they've ever shot before. So instead of you know, I mean, it's been a gut punch for a lot of people. But if you've got the right mentors in your life, that's why we wrote the book Mentor. A Million's Because we know that if you have the right mentors in your life, people who can help you and kind of guide you that this You could look back on this time as a time that you completely reset your life, your job your work and look back and see how it's catapulted you forward. Mark. I'm interested to hear your thoughts and how many people might have an idea of what? What A particular entrepreneurial project has to look like, or what it has to be. Do you find that people are To unrealistic and look for something that might be too perfect and doesn't exist before they actually tried to change something. Yeah. Yeah, We call it the procrastinating perfectionist and everybody who thinks they have to get it right. They have to get it perfect before they can launch it. But in this marketplace you can launch things really quickly, really inexpensively and you'll know very quickly whether it's going to hit or not. That's what I love. And if you're sitting out there going, But what do I start? Where do I even start? Follow the eyeballs. One of the things we talked about in the book is aggressive curiosity. Where are people looking? Where their eyeballs that and wherever they're looking and spending time out right now, during these pandemic times, that's where you need to set up shop. That's the kind of product that you need to be selling. That's where you need to be selling it. So yes, we don't want you to get it to 100% get it to 60 or 70% and launch it and let the customers help you get it to 100%. Do you have any particular feeling about A business that started out of perceived need for opportunity relative to one that's opportunistic. Well, where where we're advising people right now and again. The book was turned in, like a year ago, so it's so timely in our book is coming out now, and so we go into a lot of this in the book mentor, a million's, But one of the things that we're seeing Is that what habits are people now? Forming okay, because we're probably in the largest shift of our modern time where people are changing their habits, and they've been changing them for a long enough time. They're going to stick, so I'll give you an example. We started doing business in economy. First, But more than that we started doing business around people not wanting to go to the doctor, but they still had hurts and heartburn and some headaches. And so how do we help people with muscle cramps or or inflammation or arthritis pain so they didn't have to go to the doctor because they're kind of in a habit of not going out so wherever people are forming new habit, that's where you want to set up shop. That's where the opportunity lies. The biggest mistake people make when they're getting started. The biggest mistake. We kind of touched on it, but thinking that they have to have a bunch of capital when you don't It's very expensive to set something up for you. The biggest mistake the biggest steak people make is they don't ask for help. When people want to help other people right now, That's why the book Menswear million. It's not about millions of dollars about millions of people impacted through one thing, raising your hand and saying I need a mentor. I need help. So if you're out there listening, and you want to start something Start by raising your hand thing. I want to start a business in this area. But I need some help. You'll be shocked at how many people will show up. That's great, really appreciate the time, the message and the book for sure we'll check into it. Thank you Appreciate it. Thanks for having me on That's a mark Tim and again the book. It's out today Mentor, two million's secrets of success and business and beyond. And if you not heard me talk about it, my background is in entrepreneurship. Having started to companies myself independent of radio and what he's saying makes so much sense and the other thing you know, you tell me people think that they have to be in love with the business. You don't necessarily you know my first business. It was highly successful. I I never I enjoy smoothies, but I never wanted to be that smoothie guy, right? I just saw an opportunity and seized it. So there are different types of opportunities exist in the marketplace. Be right back with Miami Police Chief George Kalina. Next right here on the right mud show news, ready of 16 w welcome.

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"mark tim" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:15 min | 6 months ago

"mark tim" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Tank, creator of the infomercial and pioneer of the scene on TV industry. Kevin I've been a fan from a fraud for a long time. I think we crossed paths a couple times at CNBC years ago, but I'm admire. I like all the stuff you talk about. You've done some amazing things. But today we're talking about mentoring. And you and one of your mentees, an entrepreneur Mark Tim wrote the ground breaking new book mentor. A million secrets of success in business and beyond, is coming out in a couple weeks will be everywhere. I'm sure What? And you know it talks a lot about the importance of having a mentor. Who's your mentor? That got you knowing that you made kind opening? It was very nice and breezy me again in a few years, But yes. So I believe it or not. I had my first mentor when I was 11 years old course. It was my father, Charlie. My father was a bartender originally shaded up enough money to open his own bar. Americans. Irish pub. I started 11 years old. I think I was in sixth grade, far cracking and bus bus pleasure tables, but he also brought me behind the scenes should be closed the books out of the end of the day, the supply chain and Hiring and firing techniques. But time I got to be the team, he said. Time to start your own business. I was in high school. Little did I know he was setting me up for when I got the college is not going to pay for your college. So I'm 16 kids, my spy couple older sisters, and they got their college paid for, But when it came to me is like Time to do it yourself side had created a full time business then, but I've had a lot of men towards my dad was my first Zigler was another banishment door that I had. And that's kind of the interesting part of the story here in that I met Mark Jim, who I'm entering through the mentor to millions is a journey. Of myself, mentor and marked him Mentee, But we were both mentees Abs aged Diggler didn't realize it until she passed and then Tom Zigler introduced us and said, You guys need to meet and do some business. So so that that was kind of a really cool way for us to connect the dots. So how many millions How many millions of you made human piece? I mean, so that that's the bandages. Sometimes a mentor mentee relationship is purely just one of living back to to the entrepreneur community. For me. It's been one of my passions to help people. But So in the case of Mark Tim, it started just mentoring him. No, no financial obligations. No money coming to me. But eventually Mark said, Hey, I've got some opportunities. Maybe you'd want to take a look at. So we became partners after mentoring process, And sometimes that will happen. So mean Exchange. If you remember Zigler was all you could get everything in life you want if you just help they want Help people come back? Yeah, I have been. Luckily on Wall Street 30 years. I'm still alive and ticking knock on wood. But I have been a big followers, a salesman and a marketeer of zig Ziglar theories and philosophies. You know to me he is the king. So the fact that you know you were mentored by him. That should tell everyone a lot And at least you passing it on. You know, I was going to say is you were talking about Read the You know about the book here. I was going to say my father was my mentor in life because he was a cop. And he had all side businesses and sold sporting goods. And you know, it was measuring when I was 12, You know what I'm saying? And then been amazing. And then on Wall Street, I got my uncle Dennis, who was you know on the board of the American Express. So you really put me down a good path, but You know, I get this three. I've been thinking about writing a book about my mentors. I could put like five heads on the Mount Rushmore of that. You know what I'm saying? One of them is Dr Patrick Byrne, the former CEO of Overstock dot com. Wacky crazy billionaire, But it won't be so much about life philosophy, and the other one is Harvey put the former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. So do I have the gamut of mentors like you know, you shouldn't best to look I could. Richard Branson helped me through some tough times at one point, and, you know, I had finance mentors that came in and helped me raise. I'm the marketing guy. But I have raised to some of my other financial men, George, so I wouldn't be sitting here right now. You know, it would have been on shark tank and sitting here in my head and handsome, really? Powerful men, George. Yeah, Well, look, I feel like everybody. I know. I'll tell you. What one of my mentors who gives me great solid advice. Never really do business together. Is this guy Tony Venditti, and he used to bother him when I saw him at conferences, So give me something new to do. What is a cool place? I can attack some money edges somewhere that you know. Yeah, And he said, you know, would you do what I told you six months ago when I saw you in Monte Carlo, right, And I said, Well, I started that It's going forward in time. And after a few years, he said to me, you know what I like about you. Get rid of the other guys by giving them advice, and then they never follow up. And then at least you follow up. So if you learn nothing else from me, no, I chew everyone off by asking them what they did on DH. You're usually the only one that at least has some results. Whether they worked or not. You did something. So I feel good about mentoring you more. You know that. This is what a mental needs needs for filming and And more Tim. He's gotta saying it's important for the mentee to be the mentors. Best student and Mark was an amazing student for me because I could give him something to do. And sometimes they beat back 24 hours later. All right, I'm done. I'm ready to go. You know what's the next step? Right? So Yeah, it's You need that film because there's no sense putting time and effort into somebody giving him all the things that come out of your head. And then then they tell you you know what I get around to that eventually, Right? So where do you Where do you see? I don't know. If you weigh in on this, you know, heavily or not, But where do you see? You know the evolution of the continued evolution in adoption of crypto currencies in the new economy. You know, I'm not the guru in that arena, but I think a ZAY had followed it over the years. I'm seeing more for research in some some offerings and some some coin deals and things like this in the criminal's face, But I could tell you that I'm cautiously optimistic that there will be some some some good good results in and assets created out of Cryptocurrency deals. Yeah, I think I think it is in the process is slow moving, but I think you know Unfortunately, as capitalists we want as little government intervention is possible. But in this case, I think it will get more of a retail adoption. Once there's some really dark lines that the regulators say he is. We're gonna regulate them. People feel a little safer about it. You know, that's just my Facebook was trying to come out with something at one point that got derailed. I don't know if they're still dying, but You know, it's it's a big endeavor for company like you know what they could. They could have taken over the world. I thought it was a bold move. Yes, may but we'll do crypto maybe another time. But, Kevin, Thank you so much really appreciate having you on if you're working on anything else, any deals you want talked our audience about a lot of business owners, entrepreneurs watch the show. Come on any time. I left here and let me talk about my book, Mentor. Million's appreciate. That's right, man. I'll go out and get mentor the millions. You get some secrets to success in business and beyond this guy, if you know anything of you ever see that as seen on TV and the infomercials and everything else, That's the guy right there. Not Ron Popeil. Set it and forget it. It was him. It's got so I wouldn't take a quick break right here. Wrap this hour upright. If there's some news today, back at you with someone news with the booze right after this Business content. I mean, if he didn't like business content, you wouldn't be listening to the.

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"mark tim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:49 min | 6 months ago

"mark tim" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Segment, we've been talking to Mark Tim. He is a serial entrepreneur. He is also the mentee off Kevin Harrington, who was the one of the original sharks on the shark tank show and has made a lot of money doing a lot of different things. But their book Men toward a million's isn't just about making money, which, of course, everybody needs to do because everybody's got bills pay but also about success in your in your family life in your in your whatever world that you're you're working in. So that you You can have a better grasp. I guess on on on who you are, You know you mentioned earlier Mark about you know, people listening, Maurin taking in more stuff, And I think about that old adage. What is it? Garbage in garbage out? So you're really just saying, you know, stop bringing in the garbage and you won't be voting out garbage. Yeah, well, it's it's just Ah, mall nature. If you put good things, then you get good things out if you put garbage in garbage out, and so what I'm really talking about is that the most important thing you could do is put good things into your mind. People don't realize you know some super successful people like Big Nicolette Kevin Harrington. They read 2 to 3 hours a day. You know, most people are so busy there like I can't retune his rematch. But they're filling their mind full of good things there filling their mindful of productive, proactive things, So it's no secret or no, no surprise. The good things are happening in them. And so and that is again. You know, it's like, Hey, I want some of that. I want my chance. Have a bite of the Apple. Well, you know what? Get up a little bit early. Start putting good things in your mind. Okay? Don't watch that particular TV show instead Read something really productive. Read a book. We listen to this show. Listen to a podcast put something but in and it doesn't take very long before something good starts to come out. I did say that we wanted to get a little bit into the business angle because again, I mean, no matter how successful your family life is, or how much success you've had outside of business realm, everybody needs to pay the bills. Right. The mortgage is due the car payment. Do you want to go on a nice vacation? And of course you'd like to save for the future. Some people already in business. Some would like to maybe become their own boss. Or just again that that side hustle. We're in a Pandemic again a year ago, This would have been a totally different conversation. You and I would be having what are some of the things that people need to know if they want to take that leap. Or maybe they have taken that leap into their own business world during a crisis. If they have taken the lead, you know, I just want to say kudos. I want to say, you know, you know that that you've taken the hardest step to take, Then is the first step. Okay? I don't care how big of a step someone takes. I care that they take the first step, and I care that they take it right now. And so that's part of the advice that I would give. If you're sitting out there you're wondering is today today This is the time right now. I'm telling you Don't look back a year from now and say, I wish I would've. I wish I could have right now. Yes, it's challenging times. But it also is the largest opportunity for people to make a change for people to do something different. You talk about a side hustle. Right now There's amazing opportunities for side hustles and again. I gave a little bit of advice earlier saying, Follow the eyeballs. And so you know, so you need to look at people and where they're going. What are they doing? What new habits are being formed right now as a result of this pandemic, and then get in the way of those habits because it takes 21 days. Forman, you have it. We've been in this for way more than 21 days. There are new things that we're doing that they're not going to go back and do the old thing. So whatever that new thing is, get in the way of that. Put a pretty side hustle. In the way of that, and you'll be shocked at how quickly it starts to take hold. Because right now, okay, people are scared. And so if you'll get out there and you'll mean into some of that, you'll be surprised how many people will embrace what it is you're trying to do. I actually look a today if you can get over that fear if you Khun, get some support around you. This is the absolute greatest time in at least my generation for you to do something different. Something new something you've been talking about for your entire life. Now is the time to do it. And look, the government has released funds and all kinds of different directions. Get your little piece of that to start your size. So maybe that's what you needed to be able to do it. Maybe being able to get a little bit of assistance exactly what you needed to free up some margin to be able to do that. That kind of opportunity may not exist ever again in your lifetime, so I can't tell you what business to do. But I can tell you that now is the time to act on whatever that tickle is inside of you, Whatever that that that deep inner thought that you were carrying around for years act on it and do it now. Kevin wrote a book called Act now. And the whole point of it was is that people go their whole life talking about ideas, and the time to act is now start acting. Now, if you think if you got an idea to 70% you've gone 10% too far. Get it above 50%, and then try it. See what people react to it and then pivot and then adjusted. Don't see for perfection. You don't need to get an idea to 100% get it to 60 70%, and then get it out there. It's never been easier to launch a business than it is today. The Web is nothing new, obviously, and and, you know, people have been using it for years. But now Mohr and Maura's as a lot of brick and mortar Z to go out of business, or people just don't want to go to a break in border because, well, it's too dangerous. I don't put on a mask around to stay home. I would guess that you know, in the old days if you wanted to start of Ah, store, you had to go out and you had to find a location. You had two stacks, You know, stock it and you had to have all kinds of money. But I'm guessing that unless It's it's It's something you can't do online. I mean, if you want to be a chef and on your own restaurant, Okay, that's hard online. But most things people have the tools in front of him and probably for cheap money. If it all they need to start So Kevin Harrington has plenty of money to launch any product as big as he wants to launch it. But why would he? His philosophy is test before you invest before you invested so inexpensive to test an idea today, you literally can't go to your Facebook page and just put an idea out there and you'll know within hours whether or not people believe it's a good idea. If you want to launch something on Amazon, it is unbelievably inexpensive to set up a merchant account Get started. So barrier to entry is no under finance. Okay, it the barrier it Ian is again just Back Now. Take that first step. Do it. Bill. Search for perfection. Get it started. Now I do want to ask you before we let you go. And I wish Kevin had been able to chime in. And by all means I hope everything with his family works out well, so we're you know, thinking about him in that regard, But this book doesn't come out for another 3.5 weeks or so eso. Where will people be able to get it? When it comes out? I'm assuming a lot of the regular normal places People could buy books. But why don't you tell us Yes. So you could actually get it Now You can preorder your copy right now. And in fact, we're going to do something because Kevin's like here and you know, we've been talking about people ask. How could we have a mentor? Did a mentor and so, Kevin? I decided anyone who goes to get GT mpm. Get in TM. Forget men toward a million GT mpm dot com You go there. We're gonna send you to Amazon or Barnes Noble pre order. Then you come back to that girl proved to us that you bought it, And we're gonna give you 30 Days of mentorship Now. Why? Because a lot of your saying I need a mentor don't know where to go to get a mentor. So what if you had a shark in original struck from shark.

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"mark tim" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Of the Georgia BULLDOGS there. I I don't think there was any question that Georgia now Martell sure is the best team in the SEC east. And I'll ask you again, not to be redundant. Do you believe that in an SEC championship game? Georgia can beat Alabama head to head. Yes. I think they can. But I think again, it's going to have to take. If you watch that first half of the championship. Last year. You're you see the recipe now the wildcard is can the defense hold tour in Alabama's offense. And that's the part. No one has been able to figure out yet. So can it happen? Yeah. Absolutely. It can will it. I would not bet against Alabama under any circumstances. But you do have the you have the recipe, you have the talent Georgia's loaded, and you you see there tailbacks they have a bunch of different guys. They can throw at him. I think up front they can hold up with Alabama. Which a lot of teams can't it would come down to do you believe in your quarterbacks to make plays last year? They didn't make enough plays in the championship. And in order to do it. You have to be better than what they've done. So it would take a big effort. But do I think Georgia is one of those teams on a shortlist that I think could play Alabama and could beat them. But. I would not put any money on it. I would agree with that. Mark Tim Montemayor on ESPN radio. Don't you? Go anywhere. All the biggest games in college football. We've got to talk about Notre Dame's win Michigan's win. And we're gonna do that next with Eric Legrand? ESPN radio college football analyst, he's next on game night, ESPN radio and the ESPN.

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"mark tim" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Tim cook once again taking shots at Apple's competitors. Apple CEO made those comments at an EU privacy conference in Brussels on Wednesday. Cook has made this point before reminding people that Apple's business models of pens on you buying their products, not them reselling or using your personal data. It also comes a month after the news that at least thirty million Facebook users data was exposed in a breach. And after a Bloomberg report stating that apple was the victim of a Chinese supply side hack. A report that we should note apple has vehemently disputed to discuss this latest war of words. We've got Bloomberg tax Mark Gherman in LA. So Mark Tim cook continuing to push on this in the face of opposition from other companies cook has really made privacy, his perhaps number one priority as CEO at least in terms of what he talks about all the time. You can't go to an apple product launch. What they call Keno without them harping on the privacy of whatever product they. Had just introduced they've always had slides at the end of each product introduction to talk about how their products are responsible in terms of the environment. Now, they have the same thing going in terms of privacy. And it feels like he either has a new privacy related speech or new privacy related piece of software hardware at every launch. Now, Mark Zuckerberg has hit back before take a listen to what he said, we have video at this conference in Brussels. We've reduced the ways that advertisers can target ads and we're building a new tool so people can clear their history of all the browsing activity off Facebook, we're investing heavily in both privacy and security. We don't have more than twenty thousand people working to keep people safe and protect your information. And we recently created a new privacy and data use team with the sole focus of giving people more control over their data. Facebook has made the point that they couldn't deliver Facebook for free if they didn't charge advertisers. Google also hitting back this statement from count Walker saying that Gould can deliver search to people of all income levels everywhere in the world for free. And as we know Mark apple products are fairly expensive. Is it a little hypocritical for Tim cook to be taking this line? Or does he have a point? It's not exactly hypocritical. It's more of a marketing element right with. They're saying is we're not going to release free products. We're gonna release really expensive products that integrate all these privacy features. So it's something they've really been harping on. And they've really made it court to the company in recent years more. So than in any time in the company's history before Tim burners Lee weighed in on this. This is the so-called creator of the internet. Take a listen to what he had to say. We don't have that quote from Tim burners Lee, but he talks about how actually users do have the power right now to be part of this conversation. And my question Mark is do users actually care how much do users really care about their privacy, given how willing they have been to hand over their data to Google and Facebook over the last several years, I think there's a large contingent of users who who really do care about their privacy. They want to know that their text messages emails, their calendar appointments. All that stuff, you storing your phone is encrypted. But I think the bigger question being raised here does the functionality of these products take a hit because they are developed with privacy and mine, and if you look at this sort of war between Siri Apple's voices, and Amazon Alexa, and Google assistant series widely considered to be subpar compared to the competition and one of the driving forces behind that is that a lot of the techniques apple uses her on device processing, which is not as powerful and sometimes not his accurate in terms of waste. Recognition as storing everything in the cloud. So there really has to be a point where Apple's able to get its devices to be as private as they want them. But also as good in terms of functionality as the competition apple says, they're already there. But I know a lot of people don't agree with that and quick are. We are expecting another apple event next week. What are you watching for? Right. So Tober thirtieth in Brooklyn. They will be launching new max as well. As the biggest update to the ipad pro since it launched three years ago. All right. Mark Gherman for us in LA who covers apple as always. Thank you Mark for joining us. Thanks coming up. Tesla. Shares soaring in late trading.

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"mark tim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Connection and association that he made during those years was with george marshall who would go on to become the army chief of staff and in my estimation the architect of victory in world war two as the army chief of staff working directly with roosevelt and the naval commanders to run the war when bradley met marshall marshall was running the infantry school at fort benning and at that time it was a center of innovation in the army a great teachers and great practitioners and marshall gathered to him again many of the leaders of world war two when they were captains and majors as they rotated through the school bradley became one of marshall's section heads running the weapons section and marshall mark tim and noted him for high command when world war two started steve where was bradley and what worries i assign moments bradley like many others that i just described was training an infantry division when he got word directly from george marshall virtually that he would go to tunisia to assist eisenhower who was running the north african campaign intended this was february of nineteen forty three right after the disastrous defeat of american forces at casarini pass by german forces eventually under the command of erwin rommel and other panzer commanders a very very bloody defeat of americans at the very beginning of the war and a terrible embarrassment bradley was dispatched to be eisenhower's is in ears a sort of a well an agent almost of marshall but also an assistant if he were accepted for eisenhower so it was a very nebulous sinement shortly thereafter george patton was appointed to take over the american unit that had been defeated and bradley became his subordinate commander so he was no longer working for is in our he was working for patent what was their relationship like again very troubled we have the dirt poor hardscrabble fighting hard for every step of the way bradley and the aristocratic very wealthy handsome distinguished in battle in world war one polo champion olympic competitor as i his superior in both africa and sicily however the relationship occasionally strained was professional and led to victories in both africa and.

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"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"So how do you instantly boost the value of your business and take it from getting paid wants to get paid over and over again you shift towards a recurring revenue model aka a membership site as the former co founder of the world's largest membership site platform our guests stu mclaren interacting with hints of thousands of memberships i notice he saw firsthand what works from building a thriving membership site and what doesn't to learn more reserve your spot by visiting zig show dot com slash tried it's going to be an incredible webinar in well worth your time capacities limited be sure to go to zip show dot com slash tribe to claim your spot okay folks here now mark tim and i bring you stu mclaren still we're gonna die in just honor to have you here again i've known so much about you from so many people for so long and i want to get into some of the business part but i want to know about your personal journey what inspired your true performance you've had such significant success in business world and now with your humanitarian fronts we wanna know how and why in literally i want to go back to your upbringing how did it influence your path towards success well for me i want i grew up in a very small town about an hour and a half south of toronto and when i say small town i mean it like i had corn on one side and cows on the other you know and so i grew up in this family where both my parents worked really really hard and i don't know if anybody listening can relate but both my parents had two full time jobs my dad he worked in a high school with kid.

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"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"It is not as simple as walking down the street and we stove are toto on the kerb and blood is just gushing everywhere and yes spurting out of our tone were like what a great opportunity for growth welcome to the sigler show where we inspire your true performance i'm your host kevin miller right now my co host mark tim and i bring you eric wine mayor imagine climbing mount everest and the seven summits earth's greatest peaks then imagine kayaking the grand canyon all two hundred seventy seven miles of it one of the most challenging rivers on earth so unimpressive will now close your eyes and in majan doing those things blind because that's what eric did the dynamics involved and doing such a thing such a feat equate to someone with a profound experience and perspective and ability and things like overcoming fear and discomfort and faith and perseverance and joy and so much more that's what were digging into in this conversation but it's not just about air being a veritable superhero he does these things to inspire others and he's doing it to a dream matic degree all all people he believes we all have handicaps we must deal with and big obstacles to overcome and this is at some drill sergeant approach to young you can do it if i can do what you can do it it's not that it's one of great faith and compassion a you can connect with eric in all he is doing at touch the top dot com touch the top referring to mount everest as you can imagine touch the top dot com will hear them my co host marked him and i bring you a mesmerizing conversation with eric wine maher.

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"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"And if you don't clarify it it becomes very difficult for people to see you other than in that area that shade of grey i like the example that you said in this michelle in the book publisher could you help anyone with a publishing desire with a proposing a desire book ride is our help help them right about you could help anyone literally but you have positioned yourself in the more so in the business for us saying it's the best business card that you can have that is brilliant i'm sure you get plenty of people at your events who are not focused on business but having that is your spotlight is brilliant i do by you know i also ian kind of it it it broadens a little yes your book is your business cards so anyone in business especially a small business entrepreneurs means easiest way to depreciate yourself from an optician but then also kind of broadening be because it's really goes beyond that it's really people that want to make a difference different snake are so you don't necessarily have to have your own business but you you have to own aca you're about to have your own brand got it is going to become an author you have to work for another company not you still have is doubtless your own branch and not at high this on your business god it love it okay friends this is rich content and we've got some really great comments and examples coming up if this has given you value again please give us a review and i tunes let us know how were doing and let others know as well i have got to services that are directly connected to the zoo glare to let you know about now one is the seven day challenge with ziglar family my co host mark tim you hear a lot is ceo of ziglar family here on the show we spent a lot of time a course focusing on improving ourselves.

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"mark tim" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"And i think that that's true so he had an extraordinary array of qualities that marked tim for leadership and advanced him faster than many most people in american history when you think of him you do you know him and you work with him and you've seen him in up the ups and downs uh and if somebody i would ask you who is the sky would you answer i think that he is a um a deeply moral person the person who sees his role as contributing to the greater good um that's his calling views politics as a calling now there's areas and industries i think he's ambitious in the way anybody has to be to seek the most powerful office on the planet but his ambitions run less to his own uh selfaggrandisement certainly twozone pecuniary interest than it does to his uh his desire to make the biggest difference he can you know in the summer of two thousand eleven i went to see him right after the controversy over the debt ceiling and it was probably the need year of his eight years in the white house polling numbers were as bad as they've ever been he was about to embark on a reelection campaign many people were doubting he could win and we sat out uh we went down to the basketball court at the white house from shooting some baskets and we sat down on a pension i said do you ever regret having made this decision to run and he looked at me with a stylish men and he said.

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"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"His book the fred factor how passion in your work and life can turn the ordinary into the extrordinary is an international bestseller and that's what i've known his name from for for a long time that book is on the new york times and business week wall street journal bestseller lists so this new book the potential principle a proven system for closing the gap between how good you are and how good you could be a covers things like how do you keep getting better win maybe you're already the best are really good a what happens when complacency outdated thinking or weariness stunts performance what do you do when growth stalls or on your team is working below its true potential but i also pull out as you'll hear in just a second some of the issues around striving and and and you know continuing to get better all the time and some of the baggage it's around that would be really eyeopening for you as it was for myself of friends if you get value from this show would you please leave a rating in review in i tunes 4s we will be mighty grateful thanks to so many folks have been doing that recently at helps others find us will folks now executive vice president of ziglar inc mark tim a my cohost for the show he and i bring you mark sanborn well mark i have known of you from writing the fred factor for many years and has not only an honor to have you here on the sigler show but i'm proud to call you a relative neighbour in the majestic state of colorado i don't often get to coordinate schedules with anyone in the mountain timezone so thank you for that oh my pleasure when you interestingly leading up to this interview i ran across an oracle and forbes magazine's publishers about a week ago titled six ways to know it's the right company before you accept the job the author of the article took insight from top experts in various areas are a lot of high high cotton folks including you you become such a top go to or personnel a thought leader and influence her when did you discover that you had big potential when did you become mark sandborn.

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"mark tim" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Who played pfc loudon downey in the original broadway production of a few good man i also like that only on the west wing would somebody name checking the chemical formula for table salt being mike an act out and the chemical abbreviation for table salt as nato and go to critics of of that of that is just hilarious and it works it works because it's the within this funny is that like sorry i'm so sorry apologize advance the thing is it's such an elemental kind of understanding of like of a chemical formula it's not particularly nerdy so even to be like oh it's the west wing so this is where you can get away with like a really dirty singer like that it's not even that nerdy you know any 12yearold knows that veteran and i'm sad that the close captioning people didn't bother go is a big and little a big see little they just it's all caps yes that would mean something else would it actually now with me nothing there is no chemical symbol that's just the letter a i was hoping that but i mean it could refer to the north american coating laboratories of mentor ohio drew some good guest appearances even a small roles did your sportsnight antenna fire as you watched you know i think maybe i was distracted by my lost antenna but now i'm thinking that is it congressman kimball smaller all okay no tell me what we've seen reporter mark tim davis read many times before he's there but jeff mooring who played dave.

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"mark tim" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"mark tim" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Board adopted a policy that limited students to the bathrooms for their quote corresponding biological genders or a separate you to sex restroom leading gavin to use the girl's room we're separate facility that he appeared mark tim is a freak he super school district and appellate court and create his case could go for worked now the supreme court has taken up kevins case with a decision expected by next summer along with the dry procedural issue the transformative issue facing the court is whether the school districts refusal twelve well gavin to use the boys restroom violates the federal law that bar sex discrimination in public schools to translate gavin school tell some only boys can use the boys room and kevin can't because the school considers him a girl he's treated differently from other boys to identify as boys solely because of the spurs speed biological sucks that's quite literally sex discrimination the lawyers defending the school boards policy don't see it that way they say congress didn't out why gender identity discrimination and to hold otherwise would trans caress federer rules allowing sex segregated bathrooms locker rooms and shower facilities and in the process threaten other students privacy rights but gavin isn't trying to a boller sex segregated still a_p's he just wants equal access to the boys bathroom were separate part help preserve privacy for everyone yeah it should be transparent even to a supreme court in transition with a perspective on clyde what's were glad was worth is an attorney practicing.

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