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"markan" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
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"markan" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
"I just drew about to a friend's house in long island last weekend. Who by the way is tesla owner. Shut up to craig. Very happy tesla inertia. Say and i couldn't believe the number of tests i saw on the road i mean it's now part of is because their distinctive right so you sort of notice them in a way you don't necessarily notice like oh that's a mitsubishi mazda. Oh that's a you know. That's a ford. Although you do not certain cars before i know if i see ford f. one fifty and you know there's certain cards a subaru station wagon. Certain cars are distinct in that way but it is wild how ubiquitous they have become. Yeah and i think it really depends on where you live in the country right so like in california's a huge market for tesla. They're very popular. You know i with you. Know silicon valley tech pros and los angeles people and then it kind of has spread a lot of employees. Have them You know we have a warm weather. Climate here that really helps but i mean tesla's biggest because markets in the united states are california texas and florida and then up and down the east coast and So yeah you just see more and more of them on the road and it's just become part of the fabric and i think what's really interesting about electric vehicles that it's a real cultural shift in terms of how people drive. I mean for a century. We had gasoline powered cars and now this transition is happening and it began very slowly and now it's beginning to accelerate and it's just you know i mean my kid might never drive a gasoline car. you know. My kid may never learn how to pump gas. I mean it's still you know it's still early days but that is for example. Yeah exactly so. What's one thing that's interesting to me about. Tesla is very famous business. Book called the innovators dilemma by clinton christianson. And i don't know if you've read it or not but it's you know it's it's a book that people talk about a lot of one of the things one of the things. He talks about The way that competition happens. I think is big examples. Steel where what tends to happen is a new market. Entrant will take the lowest cost lowest profit part of a market. So like they'll do like the real cheap commodity stuff and the incumbents will be like well. That's that's actually very low. Return for us like we're not gonna fight for that space and then they start sort of Climbing up the value chain. So they're doing more and more stuff until they end up. You know innovating and competing away. the incumbent You know the incumbent firms tesla does the opposite right. This is what's really interesting to me. They they start with this six-figure car. That is a real kind of like boutique. Markan that of tiny number of people can afford and that's their beachhead. Yeah yeah i mean. They started with a high with you. Know they started very small and then with each subsequent model the idea was to sort of grow market share and bring down the cost. I think they had to do proof of concept for us. I mean they had to prove that there was a market for an expensive high end high-performance electric car. They did not want to make a goal. A glorified golf cart..
"markan" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast
"And you know what it's little ask. Yeah i was just gonna say that it's little things like that you know like whether it's chiding or you know giving them a nudge or whatever it's little things like that that are conditioning. These are players in our our dina gms to actually you know be more tolerant of each other being more tolerant of our skin tones and our behaviors in our our heritage and our culture really. That's what we're what we're doing. Reinforce that through playable hear me. If you force everyone to say that was racist racist happens in the game then it might normalize it and then when those players years later even the next week or out and about and a. Here's something that's racist instead of. Not saying anything they might just because they've been playing d. and d. for hours and they're just used to be like that's racist and then everyone there gets a teachable milk and if that culturally became a new norm that when something racist happened ever was in a rush to get the points for saying that's basis then maybe people would actually learned started thinking about their behavior affects people instead of just continuing owen. Says that was racist when someone says a racist. Sometimes it's like wow. I i just not gonna say anything because that was really offensive me down just in my head like no we gotta do better so we're almost out of time so of course. I thought i would talk about genocide but basically this is from Mark rein hagen and Markan hagan was the creator and of Pretty much everything white wolf originally Specifically vampire we're with excetera and He he in on this And he said that. I probably should admit i'm somewhat more strident than the author of the article. I believe we need to grapple. Not just the issues of racism but issues of casual genocide which is variable borne out of racism but is it another level of evil entire me. This is like the idea of that. You know you have the orcs and you're just like yeah We're going to go kill all these orcs. 'cause you know orcs which happens a lot indian d if you think about it so this was Another point of his and his and served for this is interesting which is basically that he put within loss. Lorne the concept of that. You have a big bad but the big bad isn't you're not trying to kill the big bad and you know wipe them out entirely because of different thought systems and stuff and you don't wanna do that and it's not culturally acceptable but All of the minions are like zombies or or things like that where basically they're not actually Human beings are or or human creatures that you're going in and completely eliminating and i know i am starting this conversation very very late. But that's that was the conversation. I thought that it a good thing. It's cussing at definitely definitely ties right into it. You know how why why you. Why are you feel like it's okay. Tequila hundred works in a field. You know because you think you think you can't. I put it says or human being who can be slaughtered without conscious polity. Yeah because you're fat. You're the bad guy. You're the good guy you know. There's no moral conflict. Suddenly suddenly of.
"markan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"They were. I mean so. Many of these people were able to anchor these things to survive such fast speeds. But i think. I should with though because mars has wins and the moon does not planetary mass with him. Are you all was actually really cute. Because i was watching when i was watching it back. I think it's either zakar wayne baby. Both of them. It's not even there build and they're just pumped survive so long oil. That was fun to watch. Everybody really like getting pumped up about every so cool again like the whole community that they're building israeli. Adorable dave and richard our next and we get a lot of them throughout the episode. Because we hear that initially they want to utilize sound but then they get some critiques about it and they do some testing and stuff's not working but we also have the concept of gnomes here so at least we have something consistent because no matter. The weather is right. This is called. Yeah well. And i also my my late. Gen-xer brain enjoyed the soundgarden audio slave. Joke that will me. I just got a point that out but this was a completely novel approach compared to what everybody else did. I think as far as i mean. They still had the tower obviously but they had little wind chime looking things in the tower itself. They had all these flowers. Which legos really big right now into. They've got a botanical series. That's out so i've actually got quite a few. You know the flowers database on my dining room table or lego right now and so i was really cool to see them build these and looking at him. I honestly didn't think they'd hold up very much. But it's kind of that. You know the the bending willow versus the sturdy oak or something the oaks gonna blow over whereas the willow because it can. Ben can take a lot of that wind and distribute that power away. I think also part of it is because they had so many. I don't know how they manage to build all of this in the time allotted because it's covered in flowers and knowns and think you because of that it's just you know it can as a unit take the brunt of all the wind kind of disperse it throughout so. I wonder if that was part of the reason why all of the little flowers were able to survive so even though they ultimately lose their blades at about fifty miles an hour all flowers. How on their low routes hung on. Oh yeah yeah. And just the uniqueness of their build. I think there was some sound and they even mentioned it. You know after it breaks. That could hear those. Little wind chimes clinging against each other. Even though they're just little breaks hanging there over the sound of the fan which the judges look like they were up at the top so for them to be able to hear it over. That fan to was really cool. Now that's impressive. And it's really unique and i thought from the geckos like this is either going to go really well or really poorly absolutely unhappy. That went really well for them. Yeah me too. That was cool now. Caleb in shaka now another little bit of a rivalry because they end up doing something. That's under the water. As well similar to brian and lauren but i guess there in the atlantic versus the pacific. So don't worry we're okay and they build the portal to atlantis. They the architecture on their building. I thought was really neat. And well done at a lot of details which judges pine out. I loved the use of the little fish as like architectural carvings on the side. The trident looked really cool recess and of in the building itself and then they had some good characters. Although i think brian lawrence characters were maybe a little bit more developed and better but they still had some good characters that moved with the wind and like these little coral things that kind of waved with the wind or with the wind as well. Yeah not say what the water but this is water wins. No no not a whole lot of dancing but there was some dancing of movement and the fact that they over engineered. There's pay it off. Because even though they lost one of the side pieces ultimately it survived to the sixty miles an hour because of the way they had a design so props to them. But at this moment i was still confused about exactly what the judge criteria was. I thought okay. So it's between caleb and jacob and morgan stephen because both of them they both at sixty right. Obviously so yeah. This is a little different than the earthquake scenario. Yeah it wasn't until they. They called out who the people were that i was like. Oh apparently that didn't matter right right right. But it wasn't the obviously the defining factor because our winners did not hit sixty miles an hour Yeah great so the ultimate winter's here we're caleb in jamaica or the ultimate it's the top two teams were caleb and jacob and then david and richard and of course they. I always love this when reality. Tv shows do it where they have that. Like subtle shot to the people who think that they should be in the top two. Or the editors want you to think that they deserve to be in the top right so they get that subtle. Shot of markan stephen. Because they're the ones that theoretically probably would have been in third place year. Reagan got snubbed because they also hit sixty miles an hour by david. Richard and up is our ultimate winner for. I think a lot of the reasons that we talked about with the aesthetics and the flowers and all of that just completely different approach aesthetic different way to include the wind in going for the sound all that stuff. Well the final team. 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"markan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Now we've talked about well. You know amazon and enter company. Name here working on drowns. You know for that last mile delivery and you're gonna get your pizza delivered to your backyard. And some of that is coming to fruition. A lot of it is still just okay. That will be the next thing we have to. We have to figure out that hurdle and then the you know the the same day delivery from these huge warehouses makes a little bit more sense because yeah right now. It's like ok does dhl by a bunch more trucks and hire a bunch more people to suit To to get all the folks that got us to ordering online maybe didn't before but let's say during the pandemic a lot of people say. Oh wow this is actually a lot markan meaning. I'm not going to go back to the way things where because this is actually just a more convenient way to be. You still have growth issues. You have scale ability issues. There are still things to be solved within that sector and amazon. You know as much money as many warehouses. As as you're you're destroying stuff would be but perhaps at some point maybe just not tomorrow or same day because you simply don't have enough space to jam all that stuff into the warehouse that it makes the most sense to be put in it's worth pointing out. That amazon sells a huge boxes. Lots of stuff. I don't mean lots of it is a lot of stuff but like a lot. That's like hey get this big box full of electronics. That we couldn't sell at a cheap price and now people don't buy all of those so at a certain point it's like yeah i guess if you held onto it eventually you might sell it. But they're also products that just never sell. And what do you do with those sometimes even donation places. Don't want them. they're like. Yeah right we have all we can handle That that happens sometimes. So it's probably not as obvious of an avoidable thing as it might appear at first glance but yeah i mean amazon's a big enough company. They they can be a little more transparent about what what causes them to have to destroy stuff. Well folks if you are supporting us patriotic..
"markan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Now we've talked about well. You know amazon and enter company. Name here working on drowns. You know for that last mile delivery and you're gonna get your pizza delivered to your backyard. And some of that is coming to fruition. A lot of it is still just okay. That will be the next thing we have to. We have to figure out that hurdle and then You know the the same day delivery from these huge warehouses makes a little bit more sense because yeah right now. It's like ok does dhl by a bunch more trucks and hire a bunch more people to suit To to get all the folks that got us to ordering online maybe didn't before but let's say during the pandemic a lot of people say. Oh wow this is actually a lot markan meaning. I'm not going to go back to the way things where because this is actually just a more convenient way to be. You still have growth issues. You have scale ability issues. There are still things to be solved within that sector and amazon. You know as much money and as many warehouses as as you're you're destroying stuff would be but perhaps at some point maybe just not tomorrow or same day because you simply don't have enough space to jam all that stuff into the warehouse that it makes the most sense to be put in. It's worth pointing out. That amazon sells a huge boxes. Lots of stuff. I don't mean lots of it is a lot of stuff but like a lot. That's like hey get this big box full of electronics. That we couldn't sell at a cheap price and now people don't buy all of those so at a certain point it's like yeah i guess if you held onto it eventually you might sell it. But they're also products that just never sell. And what do you do with those sometimes even donation places. Don't want them. they're like. Yeah right we have all we can handle That that happens sometimes. So it's probably not as obvious of an avoidable thing as it might appear at first glance but yeah i mean amazon's a big enough company. They they can be a little more transparent about what what causes them to have to destroy stuff. Well folks if you are supporting us patriotic..
"markan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Now we've talked about well. You know amazon and enter company. Name here working on drowns. You know for that last mile delivery and you're gonna get your pizza delivered to your backyard. And some of that is coming to fruition. A lot of it is still just okay. That will be the next thing we have to. We have to figure out that hurdle and then the you know the the same day delivery from these huge warehouses makes a little bit more sense because yeah right now. It's like ok does dhl by a bunch more trucks and hire a bunch more people to suit To to get all the folks that got us to ordering online maybe didn't before but let's say during the pandemic a lot of people say. Oh wow this is actually a lot markan meaning. I'm not going to go back to the way things where because this is actually just a more convenient way to be. You still have growth issues. You have scale ability issues. There are still things to be solved within that sector and amazon. You know as much money and as many warehouses as as you're you're destroying stuff would be but perhaps at some point maybe just not tomorrow or same day because you simply don't have enough space to jam all that stuff into the warehouse that it makes the most sense to be put in. It's worth pointing out. That amazon sells a huge boxes. Lots of stuff. I don't mean lots of it is a lot of stuff but like a lot. That's like hey get this big box full of electronics. That we couldn't sell at a cheap price and now people don't buy all of those so at a certain point it's like yeah i guess if you held onto it eventually you might sell it. But they're also products that just never sell. And what do you do with those sometimes even donation places. Don't want them. they're like. Yeah right we have all we can handle That that happens sometimes. So it's probably not as obvious of an avoidable thing as it might appear at first glance but yeah i mean amazon's a big enough company. They they can be a little more transparent about what what causes them to have to destroy stuff. Well folks if you are supporting us patriotic..
"markan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"You know amazon and enter company. Name here working on drowns. You know for that last mile delivery and you're gonna get your pizza delivered to your backyard. And some of that is coming to fruition. A lot of it is still just okay. That will be the next thing we have to. We have to figure out that hurdle and then the you know the the same day delivery from these huge warehouses makes a little bit more sense because yeah right now. It's like ok does dhl by a bunch more trucks and hire a bunch more people to suit To to get all the folks that got us to ordering online maybe didn't before but let's say during the pandemic a lot of people say. Oh wow this is actually a lot markan meaning. I'm not going to go back to the way things where because this is actually just a more convenient way to be. You still have growth issues. You have scale ability issues. There are still things to be solved within that sector and amazon. You know as much money and as many warehouses as as you're you're destroying stuff would be but perhaps at some point maybe just not tomorrow or same day because you simply don't have enough space to jam all that stuff into the warehouse that it makes the most sense to be put in. It's worth pointing out. That amazon sells a huge boxes. Lots of stuff. I don't mean lots of it is a lot of stuff but like a lot. That's like hey get this big box full of electronics. That we couldn't sell at a cheap price and now people don't buy all of those so at a certain point it's like yeah i guess if you held onto it eventually you might sell it. But they're also products that just never sell. And what do you do with those sometimes even donation places. Don't want them. they're like. Yeah right we have all we can handle That that happens sometimes. So it's probably not as obvious of an avoidable thing as it might appear at first glance but yeah i mean amazon's a big enough company. They they can be a little more transparent about what what causes them to have to destroy stuff. Well folks if you are supporting us patriotic..
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"markan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"markan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"But it actually but but it was showing us there will start to work in a way don't worry about it you know I I I hear you arm Markan N. I'm sorry that that she felt that way and and congratulations on her accomplishments I would say you know if there's a positive for you and and her in this moment other people is like I said if there if this is an awakening moment where people are opening their of their eyes their minds their hearts their ears all those things then then perhaps this is about where people are going to make a concerted effort to make sure that some of those opportunities are are given out and and that that's the hope marca appreciate your call ma'am Willie in Jacksonville will you're up next here on CBS sports radio go ahead with the Hey good morning Maryland judge show up I've got to do a quick very low one of say all through a couple of John Hannity another fellow not CNN and couple in all of golf is okay and maybe as many as we say in very good the older things were like this I'm going local the rest of the killing of the boy and notes of melon apples what yes race relations are in America you are usually still winds will bomb won't maybe relations in America was released when there is a growing number of jobs hello my L. for I got out of the general discharge because white folks the white boys that would be I was working under we're constantly putting some type of psychological pressure only I don't know who will be now I wanted all blacks I am angry and I'm angry because white folks have the privilege to treat hill will be electric loud the miniature blood flow to go overseas and fight for this country did come back like they did in nineteen nineteen the star legend black males off with trees with the uniform own hold one I was born in a town called Gaffney South Carolina Monday because the rich brown born in Jefferson I remember was that the white kids Sunday they will let the white kids Sunday set up in the in the you don't want the car to stop every time we did it the police will come and make a small what are you what are the good Roger Goodell we know him and all the other white people nearly now there's like thirty million just to protect business interests following they're not nearly too because things to do and I'm like the probably just said about the flat flared up man all them read people's you know coach agrees that we're used to seeing from your own and you try to go but that children here Parker street well you know the United States even though the agency that they would call casual you know we will get back together because that is all about tax money but I was like okay well formed in farmers up there alone with that with that do all Carolina perhaps one yeah everyone nine army base so the call cannot cross is close no no what do one of those will walk through the blood mills who served as in the cafeteria but they would let the German produce in the capture with the white people's mind this we are crazy well not really crazy this will history it's history will no I'm what I'm saying is black people right now all what we don't ya ya role of young white people so they know all black people in it yes you know because there's only one a minute scale meant Amanda holds out of white mayor due to the whole an acquired from American zero five or ten Bucks more this this this is as the man is a fitness then I woke up well the that's where the the word systemic comes from right and and I I hear the pain in your voice man and and I appreciate the call and and I appreciate you telling your truth man on but you know that's what you don't I had a call before I forget what it I was trying to explain to him about he was talking about the environments he's he he was some sort of officer of subs are you said it wasn't a police officer but he's talking about the environments that communities he was in and and I was trying to explain that the community exists the way that it does because of the way that the country has been set up because the way the criminal justice system is set up and and and because of slavery and segregation and and and so many different things and that is where yeah you know I I've used the river where revolution in the show and and I I don't use that lately I I think that's what some people are trying to accomplish because they you know destroy and rebuild essentially is the way to look at it and and I'm not well versed enough in the actual laws and policies to to weigh in in a way that I think is helpful but what I can try and do is is help and destroy and rebuild some people's minds states and and and the way they look at it and and approach it so that we can we can have people like you will be not feeling the way you do right now robin Green Bay rob you're up next here on.
"markan" Discussed on Frankie and Jess
"So this is cool. She sent a thank you to a young fan for cheering up. Postal workers during the pandemic so Emerson Weeber as she's eleven and she's from South Dakota and she spent the past few weeks writing letters back and forth with mail carriers. So Taylor sent a handwritten letter which was an envelope. Decorated with Watercolor painting and a pair of her lover shirts and then had a personalized thirteen inch wax. Seal to take her letter writing to a whole new level so just thought that was so sweet. She got wind of that that she was trying to lift up the postal workers. She loves her fans. Taylor's also matter you know if you're a fan or not. She definitely loves her. Fans which is cool. She's a good girl. And then Alanis Morissette and the producers of the Broadway musical jagged little pill. Yes they have a broadway musical after her CD for back. In the day we're doing a livestream benefit for covid nineteen relief and so it's going to take place on Tuesday night. And then you can check out jagged little pill on facebook and the youtube channel so like I said coming up on Tuesday and then I guess Kelly Ripa Markan swallows donated five hundred thousand dollars to support homeless children and families and so that was huge because I think it was in New York City. There's like eleven women's shelters that are really struggling right now. So that half a million will go to help those shelter specifically and then coming up at Let's see nine twenty. You gotTA stick around. We'll talk about a possible new of jeopardy so we know that Alex Rebecca's fighting cancer and he's he's doing good you know especially with everything he's going through so what is that. Why are we saying possible? He might retire like once He. That's the cancer. I know that you think that I know. Yep I know it's like oh it's hard to talk about but I think when he does beat it he wants to slow down and take some time to enjoy life and so they will have jeopardy. Go on so I'll tell you who the possible new replacement and what he has to say about it and I think you'll like it. I think you will but somebody that you like. And you'll be okay. I could see that and then Just some other celebs do good. And then we'll talk more about tiger king because we gotta get little tiger king in there every day. Yeah well it's been a couple of days since we've talked. I know yesterday I was trying to fit in so many Hollywood headlines. We're trying to squeeze it all ends. Yeah we'll talk about nine hundred ninety seven. Frankie and jess show podcast. Here on. Iheartradio is ninety seven one. Hd saw number one. Hit Music Station with Frankie ingests minutes away from a Chance Thousand Bucks. Pay Your bills words coming up at nine. Looks like a mixture of Sun and clouds today partly to mostly cloudy and high somewhere in the sixties. It's fifty four. Is you get up right now. So it shared that tax just a second ago. Somebody saying you know. It's not tell us something good for Monday. But it's definitely some good news so I guess their dog had been missing for two and a half months and all of a sudden it was who was it. A DOOR DASH FOR DASH guy picked up their dog. They live in we. Joe and the dog was in clearfield where they picked him. And then you're asking the breed which was a good question and no surprise. This is part Beagle. Those beagles can run for days. They're hyperactive man you will. You would think though that I would look at me. Because it's a Beagle sharpei mix it. Sounds like the nose not that good going north as opposed to you know it was right there in the we joe hits like buddy funny medium sized dog so because I wonder if was a smaller medium or a big dog but that's crazy to have months and I wonder if somebody may be picked him up. You know as well as the like a runner you know like so. Maybe they picked him up and then they were giving him like temporary home and then he ran again or who knows when it's funny. I just texted them back because Texas besse eight hundred four five and I used to house. Sit for a Beagle named COSMO back in the day when I worked in the hair industry. And that's the name of this crazy. Yeah they were just hyperactive. You had to keep them entertained. I went home one day and there were two beagles and they had torn up the house. I mean the couches. The pillows there were stuffing everywhere as like. They're gonNA kill me. Well that's the first name of Kramer from Seinfeld so that's not surprising that the dog was crazy. Crazy crazy crazy crazy guy all right. Here's what we threw out a little earlier about an hour ago we were thrown this topic out and the reason we threw it out. Because of this Uber FROM OVER. This executive had to deliver bad news With thirty five hundred ploy employs that you had to lay off until the date noticed in your summers..
"markan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"markan" Discussed on 790 KABC
"World that you're tougher you're giving is tougher than tough you couldn't possibly still be on the fence about who you're voting for this Tuesday if you are the incident maybe KBC is here to help right exactly Washington state health officials are Markan N. as in Kirkland we had two people test positive for corona virus you had twenty five firefighters and two police officers who are now being quarantine as a result of responding to calls at this nursing facility you have more than fifty people in total health care workers and residents combined it now being tested and a number of individuals who are already showing respiratory symptoms and pneumonia there's seventy four cases of corona virus in the U. S. including the first death in the country yesterday after Rhode Island reported its first case of corona virus today health and Human Services secretary Alex a czar tells CBS's face the nation that while more Americans may be infected the chance of contracting the respiratory illness is slim wrist to average Americans remains low we are working to keep it low we will see more transmission of cases in the United States we've got the finest public health system in the world here this is what we do we cannot make predictions as to how many cases will have but we will have more and we will have more community cases it's simply just a matter of math president trump has tweeted today about new screening procedures for people arriving from certain high risk countries Joe Biden is now taking aim at super Tuesday's all Joe Biden.
HOW TO HIRE AND FIND THE BEST PEOPLE THAT MATCH YOU AND YOUR COMPANY
"Kathy. Welcome to the show was away getting started. Tell us about yourself. Well thanks for having me first of all really really been you you know. Has I told you I really enjoy watching all of the videos that you do and so I'm really happy to be here today I'm Kathy Hammond I am. CEO of sales sales fit staffing solutions based in California and I specialize in as a relatively narrow niche in the placement of Sales professionals everything from you know. VP on down to an individual contributor but within the workforce solutions and business solutions. So it's really for the intangibles intangibles and so that's our specialty. And how'd you get into this. Did you do it somewhere else. I know I have a long career in in sales and you know and I've had the opportunity to to to sell both product as well as as service and there is a huge difference between the two and so and I found that really my my sweet spot was really in the intangibles but then I started watching what you know. The other people that were being hired into the various companies and their backgrounds and to see their level of success based upon their experience. So that and then of course as I transitioned later into wet talent acquisition and employee selection and I had worked for a one of the largest largest selection testing companies in the US of her for several years and and working on talent acquisition programs with a fortune five hundred companies large policies. So on and you're really seeing the science behind employee selection and then combining that with sales sales experience and understanding really what makes a successful salesperson. So That's how I've transitioned into all of this must be Great Markan. Gooden right now isn't it or I guess it depends how you look at it right well. Companies are always looking for for great talent good market bad market. But what What we're finding of course to is that there's a talent scarcity and some of the companies are still operating from a talent surplus standpoint? And they shouldn't be he doing that. Because the really good ones they're not on the market for very long doing a Working with one of the client and one of the people people that I had contacted who had said well you know that doesn't really interest me. The position that that I was talking about and within two weeks he was somewhere else US hills. Oh It's like you've gotta move on. You know I mean cream. Rises to the top. People do notice them so. And what are you seeing companies doing because maybe just the market said I see but they seem to be hiring a lot of entry level people the sales development role kind of gone mad. Is that you and your space as well or Oh yes. Yeah I mean we. Don't we don't place these development reps bet. A lot of companies are of course hiring them so that they can give a head start to their to their sales team so because they're the ones that are you know getting the leads and you know in doing helping them to be able to to get out get in front of customers. So what makes a great client for you on the hiring side. Not The rep side. Someone who is interested and and and also understands the performance metrics of that particular role. I also it's also important that they'd be realistic. What come on? Yeah I mean I I have to tell them I don't recruit magicians. I you know route salespeople and so I so I really I did deep with them on how. They're actually arriving at their numbers so that we can really understand. I mean it. It does that person that I'll be talking to do. They have the skill set to make one hundred calls a day or per week or is it that they're just fielding calls and and UH meetings that were generated by an SDR. So but it so so it's really a client who is yet realistic about what that role Involved but also because the performance metrics are so important written and it's also legally defensible for for the clients as well because of that person doesn't meet that criteria after a period of time. Well it was it. It was given to them in the very beginning so there are no surprises. People caring more about those activity. Metrics versus results results outcome revenue that well the performance metrics drive the revenue. So if they understand that it takes so so many contacts to be able to get in front of a client and then be able to get to a proposal stage and actually is really walking them through the pipeline stages that's the performance metrics Some are a little naive a about that and then of course there are some that are very sophisticated and really understand that So but I you know I help them through that process so it's not just hey I'm going to send you a bunch of resumes but rather that we really we really look at people who have already have the ability to Or have been doing that. That kind of work already. And what do you hear from them. As far as how they characterize the people they're looking for like I use a player or there's some people say Challenger or maverick or Eagle. Or Yeah I I don't know how. What is the maverick? Look like. What does it look like? What does the Ninja look like? An injury looks like but not in sales you know. It's no not so not so much what they're looking for. Is there like I want someone who's going to sell and while that sounds like. Oh well yeah that makes sense it. It's act it's surprising. How few people at Zales now how to sell in fact Herb Greenberg founder Caliber Upper Corporation Men Developed Assessments for within the sales industry and others. He wrote a book many many years ago and it was just like something that just stuck with me from all these years. And he said that eighty percent of people in sales shouldn't be of the remaining twenty percent eighty percent. Senator selling the wrong thing and you know but people that aren't really familiar like an like in the managerial roles and maybe if the CEO level they've never never been selling they they just think that we're all in one bucket in if you're good you're going to be able to sell under any condition. Yes but so you know I worked many years ago. I worked for a wholesale alarm monitoring company and we would sell directly to alarm companies throughout the United United States but we also had a an authorized dealer program kind of like Adt and they and so What they were with the people some of the companies that were incredibly successful at doing this? They had their team of people. They were called door. Knockers these people going out knocking on doors and selling an alarm insist. I'm intrigued seeing that. That was control and things like that and that is a very specific skill in sales and it's completely different type of person person. I mean I couldn't do it I also couldn't sell cars. I can't do one off. I have to have that relationship building really understanding what the challenges czar and. That's that's where I shine And that's really an understanding where that person really is going to be skilled in and then the sales process
"markan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And coming up here tonight CONAN. You've been itching to talk about the witcher. Got A two which is got to that. Good well I'm a big fan of the books. I'm a big fan of the Games. I don't know Oh anything about it. So you're GONNA have to start zero. I don't plan on spoiling anything just wanted to give a feeling this is a A feeling reviews. This is a book that turned into Games that turned into a TV show. Correct okay not order so we can do that That's on the way here. Plus we can talk about the inner monologue dog and also Bernie. Bro has converted to Libertarian. Johnson got that story with us. He's on his way in here as well again. If you want to join US toll free numbers eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom but first a couple of updates for you the first one and so I got two updates to report onto one one of them's good and one of them. Not so much. We'll start with the good news. I in this is about Elaine. Brown who longtime listeners will remember her her name as one of the tax protesting couple that went to federal prison for what was supposed to be three or more decades dates in prison for not just not paying income tax but also kind of putting up a bit of resistance in order to dissuade. Swayed the feds from coming after them. They they had a house in Plainfield New Hampshire and It was her and her husband. Ed Brown and they this was like two thousand isn't five two thousand six in that range. The IRS wanted to take them to court and they didn't want to go they didn't want to you know I mean understandably they didn't want to lose lose their lifestyle and their life because of this ridiculous government criminal gang that That is out there. And so they had what what is described as an armed standoff. Now I mean Ed was definitely armed. He certainly did not fire on anybody but the suggestion was that he might and there was also the the suggestion that there were like booby-traps bombs or things like that that were placed around. The property is as true. I don't know if it was ever confirmed. That's a good question Conan. I know that the fear of the booby-traps affected the the home sale price when the feds finally confiscated the house sent sent Johnson joining us now he Johnson was going to say. I thought it was more than that. I thought that they actually had thought that they had found some. And that was affected this. The prices removing moving removing. I think I don't know that's a good question. Maybe somebody can dig in and find out if that's true or not because I know that it was the fear over potentially chilly. You know buried bombs or tracks or whatever on the property that allegedly affected the number of simple as a bear trap if you don't want to be stepping into no not at all and You know how much effort is the Federal Government GonNa put into actually clearing land of of these traps. That's not their job right so they just steal the property and then put it on the market so anyway these folks they were for some number of years hadn't didn't pay income tax in the feds came after them and there was basically like a half a year long. Maybe nine months at most sort of situation where the feds were in Plainfield Plainfield New Hampshire and they were holed up in their house and they had guests come over. We went there free talk live. You guys weren't on the show at the time but Markan myself and Dave Ridley League went went up there. Number of the Libertarian activists. Here in New Hampshire kind of went up to just to show support for these people who they put it all on the line for the their beliefs and Elaine Brown has now been ordered released from prison early in the reason why we discussed this. I I think in December that this hearing was going to happen. That Ed's going to have one as well and there are other associates also got arrested for sort of being there and allegedly Julie being armed They are all having a resentencing hearing and this was based on certain federal charges that ended up being thrown own out as unconstitutional. So it wasn't that they were it wasn't that the tax charges were unconstitutional. Those weren't thrown out but those were the least of their convictions. It's as far as like the number of years percents. The federal tax stuff was only like you know several years whereas it was dozens of years for these other charges. So let me get into this pre story here from the Associated Press Elaine Brown who took part in a month's long armed standoff against US marshals in two thousand seven to protest tax evasion of Asian conviction can now be released after serving over a dozen years in prison according to a federal judge on Friday Brown. WHO's now seventy eight years? Old was resentenced in federal court. In New Hampshire after a supreme court decision affected her case. One charge carried a mandatory minimum. Thirty year sentence was was vacated. She is scheduled to be released February. Twenty eighth so that's what I said earlier when this hearing happens. Don't expect Elaine Brown to just be let out. If they do to commute her sentence. It'll be a little down the road when they finally let her on. That's what's going to happen When Brown who appeared by video from Prison Medical Center in Texas heard heard the decision? She put her hands to her mouth and began to cry so did her daughter who had pleaded for her mother's release than e Hatch said in court before her mother was resentenced. It's quote her. True Self has come out. She's apologized profusely to my family. It takes a lot of courage to realize when you've done something wrong and how many people it has has affected really. What was it that she did that was wrong? And who did it affect. He admitted to that or who who who admitted that this was her daughter who is saying that her mom has has become her original self meaning that she suggesting that she was influenced by her husband to add that she was you know she was with this man for however many decades that they were together and she wasn't her true self while she was with Ed that she was under his spell so to bus to equals five. What do you mean? Do you think she's been turned and turn how. Well I mean if she disagrees with her original intent which was to hold out to be to be an individual to be sovereign to keep her money right and now she is Relenting pro theft all the time now. She's She's sorry for what she did well. I'm I'm saddened by that. Well I'm I'm happy that she's getting out but that's sometimes what it takes rights. Are you questioning whether or not. Maybe she's not not really like this. Maybe she still has her beliefs but she's silenced. Them and win is fighting the state in order to get out of prison. I'm I'm putting both on the table I- and and if she has if she if she is truly recanting recanting her past sins than I am saddened that the state has won two plus two is five. Well it is it is sad but you also can't blame somebody for hunting I I I have been in prison never and I couldn't imagine at. She's in she's been in there for a dozen years and she's now seventy eight years old. She is apparently also wants a divorce from her husband. So you know. She's going all in on this right. She's she's proving to the court that she's C- sorry for going against the state. There's more of this here in the story. Brown was originally sentenced to thirty five years' on conspiracy weapons obstruction of justice. Charges could have served at least another decade which was the recommendation of the. US Attorney's office. George Judge Judge George single who presided over the browns case years ago recalled how the couple showed disrespect for the law in comments made at press conferences from their plainfield home but single said he believed that Brown who worked as a library clerk in prison and took many classes including a faith based program was deeply. Repentent had rehabilitated. Herself often would not be a risk to the public. Not Be a risk to the public. In what way was she a risk to anyone before she was a dentist well. She's a boat rocker if the public woke up and realized that they can just not pay taxes Well then that's a risk to the state eight for sure then that would be a risk to the public because the public is also the government right. That's true and that's important. Whenever you hear government agents talk about the public it can usually mean the government? It's usually a synonym for the government. Not The people they want you to think the people when they say the public. But that's usually not would it means great The toll free number here is fifty five four fifty three. We'll talk more about Elaine Brown and how she's so sorry for being a bad bad that girl the toll free numbers eight fifty five four fifty free and it is sad conan. This is a sad story. It's good news that she's getting out of prison but the idea that there was somebody who has somehow uh-huh put in danger or in you know in any way jeopardize besides the legitimacy of the state is ridiculous. There's more coming up. 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Danica Patrick on When She Knew She Wanted to Be a Racing Driver
"What I always find interesting when we interview people who knew from a very young age they wanted to do you are ten was there an a Ha moment that you were like. Oh this is what I WANNA do is. Is there anything else that was interesting to you or was this always driving your passion in the beginning before I wanted to do that at ten. I think the first thing I wanted to be was a veterinarian because I love animals still do and then I wanted to be a singer. But don't ask me to sing and I wanted to be a secretary actually think that was the first thing because my sister and I would pretend secretary with like old calendars. Your phone was plugged in. Yeah Yeah Yeah so my sister and I would do that so I'm going to be secretary then actually might have got him completely backwards secretary singer than veterinarian and then racecar driver. Once I started I just thought well I want to be racecar driver. Kids will say singer. And you're like Oh yes you are like good luck with and then they grow garage that how did you figure out. This was something that your family is GonNa Invest Time and money in for you to be able to do this and then also that you're really good at it Um We tend to like to things that we're good at right. I don't think anybody really likes to do things that are terrible at so it's about finding that which I always say as part of the battle rate it is finding things that you're really good at. I probably wasn't going to be a basketball player. I'm five foot one So that wasn't really going to be very realistic nick for me like you said that kids go. I WanNa be this when I grow will then you have to actually start doing it right so I mean we raced where if I wanted to be the veterenarian I needed to start working at the local local shelter or right. You've actually start doing something. It's just like self care or self help like if you're trying to retrain your brain and think new thoughts and create new patterns. It's great to have an idea but if you don't actually implement something thing that takes steps in making that a reality and practicing it you're never gonNa do it. We went to the tracks so I was like. Oh here we are. We're there a lot of other kids at your age at the track and other girls series at the track. All there weren't other girls really. My sister did try it. I too But Yeah Oh yeah I mean I was in there's age category so I wasn't just wasn't all for one out there from you. Know eight to fifty. It was the eight to twelve twelve to fifteen. What did your parents here about? What made you stand out at ten? What was the skill set that you had that started to get noticed? I heard this way later. Way later. but it was that I wanted to keep going back to the track. I kept asking to go to the track. I don't remember that at at all. I think instant gratification is something rare to come by and with racing. You get that because it's time so I'd come in and I'd be like what what was the lap time you know so I love that process of making it handle better going faster. You know pushing a little further so for me. There was some instant gratification -cation rewards with it but I guess I just kept asking to go and also I am coach -able so I think that's another thing too is is that not. Everyone is comfortable and tell anyone that like I mean. Hey if when you hear me doing a podcast I should ask something else or I'm interrupting too much. Whatever for it is like tell me because I want to do better? You take the feedback. Yeah Yeah I am really curious about your family and how you grew up so you left high school during your junior year to race on the European circuit. And then you move to a on your own and this was all while you were a teenager cracked and we've known you for about nineteen minutes looking at the timer but you seem pretty grounded normal. How did that happen? I don't think that if I had been left to my own devices or had success early on when I was even a late teenager. I don't know high what it turned out. How did how did you get? Yeah well with racing. It's a little interesting because there isn't that Markan time where you aren't with your family anymore. Now yes I did move to England. I was sixteen. I was there for three years pretty much on my own but I he came home and moved back in with my family. You know there was that break like you see in college where somebody goes to college and then they move away and they go play for team they get drafted apted and start to make millions of dollars or hundreds of thousands of dollars in professional sports at the age of twenty one and that just is not how it goes does and racing so much so I think that's part of it being around your family and the norm that you grew up with you know having good values and being undisciplined. Your parents seemed like they were obviously insanely supportive of you and this journey. How did they handle saying daughter? Grow into such a success. Asa a young age I mean I know they were proud like obviously they tell me that a lot on my dad for sure loved racing more than me. I mean it was definitely his thing so I think at times he would kind of project his own feelings onto the situation which wasn't always the best. It wasn't all just like roses but I think accounted They couldn't imagine if I didn't have the opportunity especially with going to England. They're like it's hard but I couldn't imagine that she didn't have the opportunity that'd be even worse. They're they're really supportive and yeah. They weren't scared to let me try either. Sometimes I think parents can project onto their own fear of things. That's one thing being that they didn't have didn't do right. I mean you could be afraid that your child would be endanger. You could be afraid that your child would fail and you're trying to protect them from that but really most all the time. Whatever you're feeling and projecting onto someone else has so much more to do do you than it does with
Father and teen daughter write the book on alcoholism
"Whether it's at home or in TV, or in the movies, we always see people dealing with. And you may have it in your own life, alcoholism, substance abuse, pretty serious topic pretty serious for pretty unwieldy topic for for someone as young as fifteen as my next guest is and according to the CDC when I tell you our children. Are starting to abuse alcohol as early as age eight eight and drugs not long after. So the stats on young driver alcohol related deaths are staggering. And we've got our next guest with you with us tonight, Mark and leanna trailer. And they wrote together this book. I mean, you guys are so amazing just reveal this. So you can help others and put yourself out there. I can't say enough about it. My dad is an alcoholic. What about me a prison guide to conquering addictive jeans? And so Mark I understand I'll start with us real quick. You are adding thanks for being here. And again, so great because I you're going around talking about this, you got your books, and and just spreading the message and so important because who doesn't have it in their personal life in their family friends have been affected and an addiction is such a tough thing to sort of figure out. If you don't have the addiction. It's hard to understand what people are going through. And bet you found that out. But now, you're nine years sober is that right? Almost ten pretty good. So who wants to start? Tell me about the journey of how you got here. I'll start. I had a long career drinking like a lot of people do. And then I was fortunate enough to be inspired by my daughter and some other things to ask for help. When I got into we have one of the first things, I realized was that it can be a hereditary disease and the family. And my mom's family and dad's family is all over that tree. So the first thing I thought was why don't I had this information? Why didn't I know this going to college? So I set out to make sure that my kids as well. And then you know, as as disgusted over time. We realized that every family has some member that's struggling, and we want to make sure that every every preteen had some information to be able to fight off the disease. It's pretty amazing that you can concrete at all. And I know it's a day by day. Thanks. You just try to get through today that if your tenure sober now. And your fifteen seventy oh you seventeen now. But you're fifteen we started this journey. I guess okay. So that explains a lot because you're so. It's just so nice markan Liana trailer leanna. So she was what seven and she said, what's so much? I mean, how do all sort of get prompted this? Yeah. She. There's a lot of things that should have made me hit my bottom and stop drinking. But the one thing that actually did it was took land to a daddy daughter concert. And I was really excited about it. Came home. And then my wife said how was the concert, and she said something like daddy drank a lot and that to me what seven. So that's me was what what did a couple of days later to rehab. So that's that's what got me in you don't ever really know what's going to make an alcoholic Radic seek help. But that that's what did she said. Sure. Wouldn't you sorta remember from that era? Mostly. I remember, my parents fighting a lot in my house drinking mostly just fighting my brother, and I were playing at nighttime it'd be bickering and their bedroom. And I also remember filling little bit detached from my parents. Not really realizing that was going on between them, realizing wives is happening in my family. So a lot of attention for any kid to take in especially seven years old that, but that's what happens real life encroaches. And it's it's neat that you sort of tried to take command and take charge of doing something about it. So you guys wrote two books. Yeah. So we started off with my dad was an alcoholic. What about you, obviously talking about myself and my dad kind of guide for cases have addiction and their genes and how to navigate through that. And how to? And is that available here. We're looking for a TV audience potato allergy dot com for one place. They can find them, right? You can also buy on Amazon. So that was our first book. And then we those the second called Neil. And that's targeted more towards all pay teams all teams inciting addiction in general, not just for that energy. And all the other kids over about becoming addicted address now. So what happened you so you you ten years ago you got sober day by day. And then all of a sudden a couple of years ago, you said, you know, let's write about this journey. It's such a success. Let's a blessing to other people's that's sort of how it happened. I mean, we discussed how to you know, how to make sure that we knew about it. And how we and then how we could help other families that are struggling everybody. I'd say ninety percent of the people that I talked to in the world about about the book, there's somebody in their family that has an issue. So we we discussing I don't remember who came up with the idea of a book, but she's a great writer and wanted to contribute and next thing. You know, we're we're talking about subject matter and chapters wrote half the book, and I wrote half the broken. She's a better writer, by the way. So and now we're just trying to get it out to as many kids as possible and give them a fighting
#PermitPatty: Woman Called Police Over Girl Selling Water in San Francisco
"A thorough review of the incident news around the world prince william arrived in israel from jordan today as part of a multiday middle eastern tour it's the first ever official visit of a british royal to israel he said to me with israel and palestinian leaders over the next three days also iconic american brand harley davidson is moving some of its production to europe they'll milwaukee based company announced the decision today after the european union initiated its retaliatory tariffs probably david says those terrorists will add more than two thousand dollars cost to each motorcycle that exports from the us to europe to keep customer costs down the company plans to make bikes sold in europe overseas a san francisco woman is being called racist for allegedly calling the police on an eight year old girl for selling water without a permit while the girl says she plans to keep selling water the woman who complained now says that she feels horrible demarco markan explains i was selling water right near jordan rogers was selling water bottles on the sidewalk for about fifteen minutes when she says alison adult confronted her for us where where's my purview and i didn't know what a printer it was this woman don't wanna let a little girls though some water rogers immediately called for her mother aaron austin guide all you want the whole world i'll see you recently i lost my job and we were planning a trip to disneyland before that happened i still kind of sidelined a little bit and just want us to help is the latest high profile instance of black people being reported to thirties for seemingly normal things alison now nicknamed permit patty by critics has drawn comparisons to jennifer show april showed call to the police and a group of black people having a barbecue and apart to call police last month yale grad student called police on a classmate for mapping and the common area and two months ago two men were detained for us in a starbucks bathroom and sitting at a table for several minutes without ordering illegally storing water without a permit adult told the huffington post that she acted because rogers and her mother were screaming but that after watching the video she feels horrible and heart wrenched she also said i completely regret that i handled that so poorly it was completely stress related and i should have never confronted her that was a mistake a complete mistake austin did is screaming and says the situation should have never escalated to calling the police let kids be kids but they're not hurting anybody who cares demarco morgan the fda approved the first prescription drug made from marijuana today if fetal low lex will be used to treat too rare forms of epilepsy and patients two years and older these strawberry flavored syrup does not contain thc the ingredient that makes users high hope is that the approval of this drug could spur more marijuana research the air force coast guard navy and marine corps have announced changes to their leave policies after the birth or adoption of a new child under new policies military mothers and fathers are knowledgeable to identify which parent is the primary caregiver and which is the second for the secondary caregivers and the coast guard an air force leave has gone up to three weeks while both the navy and marine corps and coast guard and air force have bumped it up to two weeks coming.
Abc, Mytalk and Dan discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"You aren't a school for the rest of us also roseanne trending the reboot is debut in tonight on abc also brooke shields is trending today as she's posing in her bikini on a tropical vacation yesterday it was kelly ripa markan swallows today it's brooke shields everyone is on spring break this week also trending an alligator yes an alligator because a louisiana couple used alive alligator for a gender reveal video i would categorize that as not a good idea at all that's trending here at mytalk and now it's time for your five eyewitness news weather forecast it's brought to you by dan's south outside marine today we are going to have mostly cloudy skies in a high forty eight tonight partly cloudy skies and a low of thirty two and tomorrow mostly cloudy skies continue this time with a high fifty three currently at the mytalk studios it's thirty six and it's cloudy now you know what we know see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com so baby.