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"marquis jets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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Bring your news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide Team of editors and columnists. I'm your host June Grosso this week Should Supreme Court justices retires strategically also on the show why the housing bubble may be ready to burst. Plus how high job turnover has left a trail of orphan retirement accounts. But first, the pandemic virtually stopped global travel and with it paused the careers of many in the aerospace industry. And despite the industry opening back up, getting employees to return to the workforce will be harder and more expensive for airlines and manufacturers. That's according to Bloomberg opinion columnist Brooke Sutherland, and she's here to explain At this time last year. Where were aerospace manufacturers? And where are they now? They were drastically trying to figure out the future of their business. Quite frankly, I mean, you know, air travel had all but come to a standstill. There was no end in sight really for the pandemic, and we just weren't sure what exactly we were dealing with and you know, there's a natural lag between any kind of recovering air travel, and when the airline feel like they're ready to buy planes again. I think that also brought a lot of pessimism in the aerospace manufacturing sector. But stop forward and the air travel recovery has been much faster than anyone anticipated. There's still a divide we're seeing, you know, stronger demand domestically within the U. S. And also within China. International travel still remains fairly weak and offer you know those countries that are still Dealing with devastating covid outbreak also are not seeing a ton of demand right now, but it is coming back. And that is translating into aircraft orders. Which is sort of incredible when you think about it. And you know, some of these airlines are probably getting decent prices because they're looking at the Boeing 7 37 Max, which is of course, recovering from it don't crisis But you are seeing airlines really be interested in getting planes again. And that raises the question of okay. Well, you know, can these companies actually make Jeff now what about supplies? There are problems with supplies before the pandemic. There were and so you know, pre pandemic air travel was sort of on this seemingly unstoppable trajectory upward where it was growing. Every year. We have more and more people coming into the middle class. More people placing a premium on travel and experiences over stuff and you know, when you talk to analysts, investors in the sector they expect that we will eventually get back to that long term trend and pre pandemic before we had this devastating part in that trajectory and supply chain was struggling to keep up following an Airbus We're cranking up production of their Marquis jets and the supply chain was really struggling with that, and that was a big concern. And so I think, as we think about Getting into the recovery safe and having Boeing and Airbus start to increase their production. Eventually, they want to make sure that their supply chain is in a place where they can actually do that. With the job market the way it is, will they be able to fill those jobs where they have to pay more? I think that's a very fair question in this one that I don't think manufacturers are thinking enough about quite frankly and you know, for perhaps a good reason. They've just gone through this incredibly traumatic experience, and they are probably thrilled to be talking about a recovery and worried about keeping up with production rather than you know, having to continue cutting The pace, which you know, not that long ago, it was something that people wonder did Boeing and Airbus cut production enough. So look, I mean, this is a good problem to have, But I do think when you look at the labor market here about all of the companies are complaining of labor shortages. Manufacturers like Dover and carrier to restaurants and hospitality industry. Now those are obviously very different jobs that there is a huge number of unfilled positions right now relative to the unemployed workforce. And I think the idea that inherits the company can just go out into the labor market and get the people that it needs is not going to be that simple, Quite frankly, and I think they're going to have to pay up..
"marquis jets" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Oh, man, you know the union heads were going um this might have been like a really big mistake. Putting Biden into in the office. The Democrats are the party of the They are the death cure. I I love that. I am going to steal party, the deadly cure. I'm gonna use it on Fox News. I'm gonna take credit for it. I'm okay with that. Fine with you. Your party of the deadly You know what? You should write another book. You could title with that. Okay, I'll give you a nasty people are digging up the death of the deadly cure. I'm writing it down. It's true, though, man, and they're realizing with with Biden anytime in the interview that he did with Norah O'Donnell, the pre football the pre Super Bowl little little time that he had there. The guy is not There and you're already seeing people waking up going. Oh, man, I don't hold boy. Oh, man works for Trump Go. Yeah, I've already seen the Miss Me yet. Billboards. Yeah, popping up around the country. He mean tweeted. Remember? He mean tweeted? Yeah, he tweeted mean things. He was that was really bad. Um, hey, on give a letter grade before we let you go. Will you give me the letter grade on the performance of Jen Psaki so far? Oh, boy. Yeah. I mean, the the Plus minus. I don't know. She hasn't passed out yet. You're supposed to circle back on that. It's a circle back. I mean, yeah, you're gonna promise to be the most transparent in history. And you're asking for the questions beforehand and circling back all day in the arms of the odds. Obama like levels of bones in Oz, I get that. That's what that's what you do when you're trying to sound heady and smart and all of that, and the inflection. It's interesting that she's become the sort of annoying face of the policies of this administration because Joe Biden can't be that he can't do it. Ah, terrible. Terrible. How long until Until Peter do sees. You know, White House badge gets lost that might now he might have the best position in all of America. Couple of years we've got Yeah, He's indispensable. Great. We've got some audio of him of him of him coming up. Man. It is, um it's It's scary times right now, and we're on Lee. We've only just started down this down. Duck down this journey. We should propose Pete. Maybe you could start on. Fox says we should report proposing the left. We do another election next year. I think maybe they'd be happy. Maybe getting somebody else. Maybe it might wait. Don't know. We have to get through impeachment to point out first. Oh, I totally forgot. Nobody's nobody's talking about the Patriot. I know. Crazy. It's actually happening today. Private citizen because they hate him so much and they're scared of him so much. Uh, that they, You know, I mean, what even say you barely worth talking about because it's a foregone conclusion. Are they? Are they going to get there? They gonna get this, or is it gonna just fall flat? I mean, because I mean, I'm not kidding. There is no there's like no cut. When we were doing prep this morning. There was nothing in any of the covers of the You know, Try was starting today, and Paul's Amendment already shows it's a foregone conclusion. 45 Republican senators believe it's unconstitutional. Democrats know it's really bad for them. They should be focusing on his agenda, so they're not going to call witnesses they could call witnesses, Capitol Hill police officers, other things to make it all emotional. But if they did that, that means also means Is that Donald Trump's side gets to call witnesses which they they don't want any part of cross examination, so they're probably won't call. Witnesses show a bunch of dramatic videos will spend days talking about it. And it will be a 55 45 votes. It'll all be for nothing. Pete except from Fox is when you're going to people see on TV next, Hannity tonight. We'll see there. All right. Thanks, buddy. Have a great day party of the deadly sheriff. We do not have to attribute it to me. Hear it tonight on Hannity. All right, buddy, Take care of it. We'll talk to you next week. We now enter the portion of the show where we like to Maki. Jen Psaki it Fox News. Peter Doocy is back. That's all. But it's fun to say it is fun to say. I don't know if you guys are on board with it all take complete ownership, but I like the Marquis jet sake. It's fun. Peter Doocy was back and he brought receipts to on energy to Jen Psaki. Here's a couple of these exchanges. There are people living Check to pay check. There are no people out of job once the keystone.
What's on Your Life Resume
"All right. Let's strip it down. Die right in as alita whether you're a ceo someone in the c. Suite a sales leader or leader in any capacity in a marketplace where everyone from entry level to see is changing jobs and careers faster than every point in history. We better have a great resume. But i you actually focusing on the right things and what does it take to build a resume that is relevant in order to in order to make the impact you one of make. Well stay tuned because you're bound to find out our guest on this episode is jesse iceland. Jesse is one of the most impressive resumes out there. He started the world's first private jet company. Machi jets became the world's largest private jet cod company with a five billion dollar come consummate sales prior to the acquisition by warren buffett's company. He has partnered him and his sold zico. Coconut water to coca cola. Here's the number one bestselling author of living with a seal and his latest book living with the monks. He's run a hundred miles nonstop and he's passion for football is made him one of the owners of the atlanta hawks so he and on top of all that. If there's no pressure enough he's also the data four and he's married to the spank founder. Sara blakely why isn gentlemen put your hands together a welcome to have your make took a while to get this to happen them. Really happy that you're with us. Thank you thank. You think it'll be man appreciate you have miat. It's an absolute pleasure. Now you are a guy who has to say has lived outside of the box is a is a gross understatement on through also speaker endurance athlete. You even a rapa. Most people probably wouldn't even know that because they're probably too young to know that you've done all that and at the same time one of the things you know what i speak about is being an authentic leader and one of the things that i've watched as i've watched over your history over all those years is changing. Hack your change. The way addressed bit. But jesse seems to have stayed the same told to us about the poll and the pressure to be something else. Start marquis jets. You probably felt puerto of suit and tie stain staying authentic. Yeah i think one of the reasons by the successful marquis jet in these other ventures. I've been able to fight through that impulse to to be something out. Not so i've always stayed in my lane by lane get a little bit different a little unconventional unorthodox. But it's my lane. And that's where i'm most comfortable in and I've always been able to keep my own spirit throughout all my different journeys. I've worn a lot of different hats. But i never really conform been you know one of the early lessons. I learned as an entrepreneur is the importance of differentiation in You know bor- boring doesn't really work. Always tried to not just be myself in. Its works for me and I always. I'm always asking myself of how different. How different house might teach different. But it didn't authentic way too so going back in time because you know i read about you being a couch surfer with revolt on a spot. Oh the council along the way while really sort of looking for yourself. is that pre the rap days aura. That after that no stink between the ages of nineteen to twenty two. I slept on. I think eighteen different couches. My friends couches all the way trying to figure out. Exactly what that may looked like for me Trying to land on my feet at a lotta egg on my face early at a lot of egg on my face later on in my life. I've had some big wins but part of the journey is having lost. His two and i was lucky man. When i started out i started out in the music. Business no connections my father on the plumbing supply house and i lived in la. I got signed to a record label. I got dropped from the label. And i moved back to new york with two things on my resume i was a kiddie pool attendant and i was rapper. That was going to get a job on wall street. So i relied on friends to take me in until i kind of found my way so i never forgot that. I've never forgot the opportunity that was afforded to me about people believed in nate. Even when i had nothing was a big part of of what ultimately shaped me a lot of times in my journey even marquee before the five billion sales that you mentioned there are a lot of times where this is gonna work. I can't do this. I'm not qualified No aviation experience. We had no airplanes while we started and But through that young those early days of couch surfing as you like to call it it. The tremendous guilt adjustments medic grit. And that was probably the number. One is saying grits the number one indicator of future success. But for me. That was a big a big thing that never accurately man even now still had shot mentality. That never left me
"marquis jets" Discussed on KTRH
"Laden. And, of course, seal Navy Seal and sniper Chris Kyle brought yet another aspect another dimension to the awesomeness. Of these warriors. And I think we've all probably thought to ourselves. You know, they're these boot camp competitions that that have sprung up over the last few years, and we all want to be pushed a little further, right? See what our limits are and go a little further. Well, Jesse Itzler is an entrepreneur and a nowt nowt nut, and he decided after a marathon. Uh, he decided to have The man known as the toughest man on the planet, come and live with him for 31 days, him and his family and put him through a very rigorous test. Jesse. Um, let's get started with. Why on earth would you want this man to come to your house? This navy seal and train you like this? Well, you know, it wasn't planned. I met I met this fellow Good. It's his name is David Goggins is out there now in the book I referred him to feel, but I met him at a 24 hour race, really 100 Mile race, and I was doing the race as part of a six person really team. That's a bunch of friends, really, for Camaraderie more than challenging ourselves. And he was doing the entire thing alone. And the race was self supported. Which means you have to bring all your own supplies. And we had, you know, most of the teams had attendant Would misuse is I mean, it was the whole production, and Goggins sat in a folding chair with a bottle of water and a bag of crackers before the race. That's it. No team. No support. Nothing. And I was at the time was about £265, which is a tremendous amount of weight for a race of this distance. And I was like, who is this guy and about Miles 70. He had broken all the bones is the small bones in both of his feet because of his weight and had kidney failure, and I literally watched him Got out the last 30 miles like I've never seen anything like it in my life. So I was fascinated So after the race by Google and he has an amazing backstory, which which we could get into that I literally literally cold call them. And I said, Look, whatever makes you check of whatever you got going up in your head. If some of that could rub off on me, my life would be a lot better and a lot of my my bucket. And I flew out to meet him. And about 10 minutes into the meeting, Michael, I said, You know what? I want this guy to live with me. I want to see what makes him tick. I want to get a known better, and I literally just asking to move in with my family, and I and I don't know what was going on in his head. But he said, Okay, and three days later, he was that our breakfast table. Met David Goggins briefly because he came and did. He's part of the Patriot Tour with Marcus Latrell, but Marcus describes him as the baddest dude I ever met. So that's a pretty ringing endorsement. But what was his reaction when you said I want you to come and put me through the wringer. He had to be thinking. All right, look, you skinny little guy, you might be a Internet. You might be an entrepreneurial success. But you can't possibly do this, She said to me, I'll do it first. He kind of stared me up and down for about two minutes before, he replied, and That's when I wasn't so sure. I wanted to come and move in. But he said, You know, I'll do it under one condition and that you have to do everything that I asked you to do. And if you don't Or say I can't do it or whatever. I'm leaving, and I put my hand out and shook his hand. And that was it at the time. I wanted to get in great shape. That was certainly One of the reasons probably the most compelling reason. But I was also I was in routine. I was working and routines are great, but they could also be a rut. And I wasn't getting better. I was doing the same thing like so many of us every day. I was getting up. You know what? Maybe going for a run. Gonna work, family dinner Repeat, And I was wasn't those buckets that I mentioned in my life for improving and he had something I wanted. I don't know what it was. And so that was really the real motivator and for him, I think you know, my wife also is an entrepreneur. She owns a company called Spanx, which I'm sure many of the women will know. And I think I think David was interested in learning a little bit about You know some of the business some of the other stuff. You've been in the military for many, many years, and I think he was He wanted to get out of his comfort zone, too. Yeah, well, you're a pretty interesting story in your own, right? I mean, let's not You're a part owner of the Atlanta Hawks you you started a you started the coconut water craze. Yeah, you started Marquis jets, which the prepaid private jet company which all sold Tol NetJets, You've produced MBAs Emmy Award winning. I love this game Music campaign. You've done the New York Knicks anthem. You've done some pretty neat stuff, so he had to think. Maybe I'll learn. Maybe I learned some entrepreneurial success out of this. Definitely. Definitely. He was at the time, I guess leaving the Navy seals. So he's thinking of what's the next challenge? Because guys like that need a challenge. Yes. So what was the first thing he said to you, Jesse when he walks through the door, and you all get started. What was because you have to go from all right. We're gonna do this shake hands..
"marquis jets" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"That's aside. No, but I'm a couple of actionable items for people to build their resume because a lot of them don't have access boss, or do this or you know to really get to that level. How do people build circling their own life? Resume in a more about? Modest way. I think the number one thing people can do is put one big thing on their calendar in the next twelve months that you normally have done so like one year defining thing and you know. If I were to ask listeners. Are you John What you do in two thousand twelve? That was big by. Did you eight days ago? You'd be like I have no idea because like we mr live in that routine. You talked about so you want to have one thing that's like Whoa. WHOA in two thousand twelve Iran hundred. Do you want to be able to point to it? Kinda right away, you know last year I did a hundred mile race two years before that I did twenty nine or twenty like I go back pretty much and do it. You know last year. I took my son to Mount Washington, which is a in in Name. God. Was New Hampshire. Homes. In our? In were camping out. In the snow, it's like minus five degrees out with a minus. Twenty degrees. Sleeping bag were bundled up. Seven billion people in in in the world, and it's just like me and my son and his friend is my friend and his daughter and. It was. Incredible and. Costs Third I costs thirteen dollars to park their Washington. Kept. Saying like it didn't cost twenty. Exactly. Cheap. Trick like you're saying. A pair of shoes you know. We hiked up we part. We drove and we drove in so. Of course it's easier if you have means and resources, but there's plenty of things you can do. You can jump in the cold ocean. You go camping. You can go fishing on the Hudson River you can. There's a lot so I just encourage you. You know anyone listening to do one. Big thing a year. And then the in court handing, and so incorporating other habits until what you're saying the water. How's it going for you by the way you freaking the hundred ounces of water? During it like But I'm drinking a lot more than I was. A lot more. And then you just kind of like the other thing that you said earlier, which is like kind of imbed new state new winning habits to your team that you're ready doing. Half the cost anything right. Right, I actually I would to have. I have a calendar I. Teach. This in a program called the big S Calendar Club, but I have a calendar. Custody spent a Lotta time putting it together. That has these trackers on it, so it has like every month aligned for your daily habit. Has What your big thing? It has like an so. I have a system that I use like I said I don't just wake up in Wayne it. Very aware of it and my sound Goofy, your Hokey, or whatever, but it works, and I've I've big years every year big. Deal get involved as big, asked calendar. Where do they? Is it just on your website? On my website just dot com, or on instagram at just the night. My link my bio. L. A. and all right, so if people are interested in this to go, check it out. I wanted to try it myself. I think that's basically I. Think I kind of took up enough of your time. It's been about an hour I. Don't know how long you kind of like Bob. Carved out for me, so I increased it. I am at one day when you come to La next. Would you do this live how it normally says? If. You keep that trend. Mona's real low. At A. Case considerate. When.
"marquis jets" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"That. They're going to be stuck in that. Same Balance Sheet or same network, or same bad relationship or whatever forever. I never felt that way. I always knew something. I know like I'm not going to be a kitty pool attendant my whole life. The Shit, out. And I'm a minor rush because I know. I'm not. I'M NOT GONNA. Go through my time on earth. I is too much. I wanted to badly so I never thought of myself. During those years isn't when I got dropped from the record label eleven publishers passed on living with the CEO. Before a small imprint took, it became a number one bestseller. I got rejected from every record company. Until finally. Someone signed me you know I. Got I didn't get into the top five schools I wanted to go to high school. I never thought during those moments Oh. It's not GonNa work out for me. have disappointed of course, but I never felt like. It's over as show. These fuckers men. S Amazing. You obviously desire and passion, but confidence now do you feel confidence can be as if someone doesn't have that confidence. Thank you obviously had it. It was a native new. Height is somebody. In your opinion, force beyond that confidence kind of like get gets about plays with eight are not self. Doubt is taking them over. It's not confidence I want everybody to understand this. It's a standard. It's what is your standard so i? I don't. Let me! Give you an example. I give speeches. I'm as public speaker and I get bought and I. Don't WanNa. Be a public speaker. I want to be the best public speaker I WANNA leave. The conference is the highest rated speaker. They've ever hat. That's not competence. AMAC confident. That's a standard I? Don't WANNA write a book I WANNA. Write the best book I can possibly right. Ever That it's not confident. It's a standard. I'M A dad. I don't want to be a good debt I want to be the best data. I can beat him my four kids. It using every possible at my soul to make that happen. That's not confidence. That's a standard. I am not coveting. I've MEG standards that I WANNA hit. and. I like that. So how did you become because you are a religion speaker I? Mean I think you have? It's captivating. How did you? Do Crafts that you hire someone to become not to help you become. That were eager, or what was your? Is that your your career obviously involved? Right you a rapper. Offensive Eject. Company this things you know the Sony Different. You like a chameleon. You keep on as you grow growing. Keep on exalting. Who helps you become such a good speaker right now? was started out on. My book came out. I got asked to speaks to forty people for free, and I said absolutely. The or On my can I don't have to pay you guys to come. You're GONNA I can actually come and speak. ALL RIGHT Show and the guy's like there's no microphone. They're all sitting around. No one knows lab eating their donuts. Like who's this Guy Speak Slowly and loudly you forty minutes. I said Okay and I spoke am I got done He came over. That was unbelievable. You know that people really liked it. I was like Oh my God. Thank you and one person in the room. Called me up and said can I book speech what you say and I said? What's your budget? Twenty five hundred dollars. I said that's exactly my. There and then two people, and in two people from their book me. An. Wraps after wraps after wraps in a year later. I'm onstage in Miami thirty five thousand people at the at the MARLINS. Stadium and you know rated very high. Knock on wood. Anon Anon Tony. Robbins it just to see. And I. Dunno I enjoy I love. It. I think that's why. I just added. We love it. You also seem to go to the best for every. We know when you wanted to you. Was it like you were trying to get your memory battery Hires Memory Guy I'm helping guys what you're trying to every time you seek out something that you want to get better at or ticket to the next level. You get somebody in that world. The monks Dave Dogan's whatever so who helped you? Who was your person for this? This face or that? No one yourself. If! My story I'm telling and it's. It's these things are so. Big Me when I started out I thought you know I. Like to incorporate humor I took a public speaking class in college and I remember. The teacher told me four things. I gotta remember the floor things. She said open up with an icebreaker preferably humor it doesn't have to do. Anything. To do with what you're talking about, but I like to have an icebreaker when I opened up a story or something like when I walk into an office. Same assess right. Right. That's the first thing the second thing is tell people What it is. That you're going to be talking about people like to know where where they're going. They want to know what they're going to follow along. Three is deliver on that promise and four is leaving with actionable takeaways, and if you can entertain people in accomplish those four things, you can have a pretty good a good speech. These are my life stories by life lessons that the good the bad, and because I've had so many different experiences, multiple business businesses, music, and.
"marquis jets" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"Don't want money I don't need. I just want to pick your brain for fifteen minutes. What the fuck is in it for me? Right now of couple of times I'll do that I'll. I will I'm glad to help and do open my doors, and I do a lot of big seminars that have for free all that, but I can't spend fifteen minutes with somebody four kids. So you gotta think about like what would make the person react ego. A. Not a win win no lose. And annot loses an interview for. Through freight. That's not like a no lose. That's like more worked for me. I got a debt you as. But I will really wordsmith it. The first thing I do is focus on the subject line is a catchy is a funny. Will a them in. Will it make it will stand out? Does it look like spam? And then I'll make say adding this email as short as possible. Ask for whatever it is on asking for. Make it easy for them to say yes. Like in one click or one response, not like call my assistant of what's a good day for me to call you back, none of that. And I'll. Sit on it. and. I'll I'll read it again the morning. Having a chance to let it just digest and then I'll have said. So. I do that now. If I'm writing email. And I almost wants a de. Will if you WANNA, ask me when I'm a master is not leveraging stop, it's emails and and meetings. Like. Jen, I go into a meeting. Is probably going to be I. Don't know is two hundred three hundred million Americans. This probably. Though man like when this current about maybe like. Ten, million meetings, day or something on the. Fifth Meeting today I dunno might ally meeting a lot of meanings. I don't lose the meetings. Because I I can control I. Can I can not all the time? Almost. I, walk into a meeting. And I say Me Think about this. Guys Hey guys I walk in. I am not sitting. When they meet in the lobby, I'm not low energy. I'm standing 'cause. I'm excited I. DON'T WANNA get get up just my sued thing. What do I look like? I'm ending and ready to go. I go in the meeting and say hey. Jan All. My got outta crazy night last night before we even start. Start my parents were at my house, and my parents are my dad's ninety, so I had to help him get his pajamas on and getting ready for bed and It was just an extra blankets. I'm just glad to be here because a crazy night last night now twenty seconds. It has nothing to do with with the Pencil I wanNA, sell you or the? It took twenty seconds, but in those twenty seconds. I've already told you without you even knowing. I'm loyal on family guy. My priorities are right taking care of my parents. You know no matter what, even though it was a long day. I'M GONNA. Still my priorities come I like without even me telling you anything about me. You now know everything about me, you leave. It asked I won the meeting. Donald establish credibility. I don't I. Already told you without you. Knowing what you want and I'm not being sneaky. No I know. No, I'm not like Bayton switching you. Oh Jen see. You got a running watch on, are you? Are you a runner to? craziest thing I'm running this race in three weeks. Call them the murder Mile and Tennessee which I am an. unexhausted today because. I've already told you so much about me. And we didn't even start. Now it's amazing right so you're I. Think you're basically like. You're also making your premium. Ease right because right away. You're very friendly and you're you're you're you're? You could have taken their guard the guard down. Always because. I got a nine eighty on my sat. How am I going to go into a twenty eight year old kid? Trying to sell tell somebody that I wanNA. Start a private jet company. And I, have no airplanes. The first thing I gotTa do is they have on the business plan? They not the only thing they can bet on his me, right. I gotta I I. Know that going in I gotta sell them on me my enthusiasm to the project. Making. Feel like man. This guy's GonNa figure it out. I don't care be as any airplanes you talked about no foods. I. I don't i. don't invest in things anymore outside of my own projects, but. When I invested in that company I had a team of advisers that I would I would that? Investments for me. and. Bit Bit. The guy sent it back and he said absolutely not the past. And I said why. He said the CEO. The founder has no experience in the food industry. The price is too much. have no idea they'd never done this before. And this whole list the case which Boeing Saddle Mate. And I said well I said. Jim! Have you ever met the CEO. down. He said no I said okay. Why are the money? Because I looked at the guy and I was like this guy is never going to say no. He'll like no matter what he is GonNa, figure this out I don't care if he has no experience. That would have been great. Why are the money men? Because in that one meeting is passionate. Is enthusiasm his personality all that stuff? So, that's what I'm talking about. Reminded and also it reminded you of you reminded you of you how you know when you were that person. When you were like buying I. Remember I interestingly. At Tech Talk On. You couldn't get in. You want to talk to those people. Basically it went to starbucks. Bottle the doughnuts. You know what I mean like you. Have you always? Have you always like show? Perseverance and tenacity and you thought you were nobody so you took you see that in someone else. Matt basically I think resonates with you. That's why why it took a chance on. Yeah, you know I never thought of myself as a nobody. I don't mean it like Barron, you know. I wanted to explain this for people that are listening. I never I always got. I walk into a room and even though I didn't belong in some of the rooms from a experience, maybe even intelligence perspective I knew that I had something that I could offer that nobody in their at and I didn't know what it is. I still don't know what it is, but I always had like like a walk into my office when I was sleeping on my friend's couch night a partner we would go in nine. Meet Him at our office out the heat. His office and I'd be like man. We're millionaires. They just haven't paid us yet. I never felt never isolated. People think..
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"Done it. I know that it's. It's a nice added types right because people are too lazy usually to do that extra step so when you. When people do it, it stands outright. Would you give people some? It's Vice I think. The networking is a really important piece to a lot of this. How now everything's very saturated right like every? Even if you're on social media, you're very popular in social media. It's very hard to penetrate through that wall. Because at so many DM's. This'll be are. It's very difficult. Can you give people? How can people get in the door? Like what are some x? Easier Jensen easy. Some smart strategies that people how people can network now or kind of take their yeah network now. So I think the first thing is consistency so if you said. Three tax or DMZ Day for the whole year you'll send two thousand. And Sixty five days three. Ten, you'll send three thousand so if you know that's a whole lot. Not everyone's going to respond to you, but some people will buy a lot of people get discouraged after forty fifty, but some three thousand. So you know I called the three minute. Miracle Takes Forty five seconds to send a text to someone or DM. Up Sending Three Day that's a thousand a year so that I do do that. The other thing is there's an art. There's an art form to how you wordsmith emails and DM's. You know like I might, if it's an important email for DM or text I could spend up to forty five minutes. An hour, maybe even you know. When you get interviewed Jan.. They ask you questions you're on the spot. You got to answer right then. When you write an email or text, you can pick two words. You can look upwards. You can sit on it. You can reflect. You can get people's opinion. You're in control. So if I'm gonNA, write an email that I want to get a reaction I. Put myself in the seat of the recipient. And I say if I got this. Would I respect, and what would make me respond because? Most people. Only care about what's in it for them. Gal who did you send me? A Dam says a I. Don't want money I don't need. I just want to pick your brain for fifteen minutes. What the fuck is in it for me? Right now of.
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"Any opportunity that I had as a young kid to ask that. How do you guys live? What are your routines? What time do you get? How do you live rich? What do you do with your money? What do you do with your? How do you the -cation? What do you do? You have a chef. How do you learn who your mentors I would ask? And I like all these different pieces information living with the monks having a CEO. Come live with me. These are all part of the same journey from when I was thirty years old I. Have I got more chips in front of me that I can throw it but even when I was twenty, and I slept on eighteen different couches, friends that put me up when I was trying to make it in the music business bouncing from friends of friends you know like did have an apartment at the time and fringe putting me up, but even then when I had you know. Not A lot. I was always. Experiencing I would take the train to Jones beach in the winter. Do a coal plunge I would go to a seminar if there was something in New York there's a free concert or speech or something going on, or you know I would I would go volunteer whatever I got member going to do JAP WALSH HAD A. Seminar I never been to a speech I never heard public speaker in my life, and some somehow I got there and I didn't pay up and I. Just remember that Whoa. WHOA met. Like this guy's dumping fifty years of best practices and I'm getting. God was doing those things. And now I'm just doing them on a bigger level. Right I mean the market yet. Story I saw something again. You talk about the story house you. Would you like doing something where you're taking people at people who really well state and you're giving them really amazing experiences, and so some of you. You're working on someone like Christie negative era to come to. The party you talk about that. Tell the story screen story company E superstars. We would we would. We would get anything that anybody wanted to do. We would try to make it so. Golf with Michael Jordan. We will figure out a way to make it up you. WanNa! Go backstage to the Rolling Stones Concert we're GONNA. Figure it out. We people like were ballboys. Or batboys at the world's fury's like crazy stuff, men and Some me up and said Hey. I have a friend of mine. His daughter's having a sweet sixteen. She's a huge. Fan, I was friends with her manager at the time. I remember his name now. Anyway, somehow we hooked it up where she was able to go the got great seats with their friends, and somehow they got her on stage like backs background singer with the Mike off kind of thing like she was able to. Participate on one of the things. Talk of the town the next day. The guy called me up. He's like. Who you are a what in the world you do, but if you need ever need help with anything you know, let me know. His name was Jim Jacobs. He was president or CEO of this company net. Yes, they did private jet travel, and as a great, he was like whatever a year later we start marquee. This company Marquis jet. We need six hundred fifty airplanes. Jim It's Jesse I don't know if you remember beats. With Christina, love to talk to you about your airplanes. Man and they were a partner. That's amazing I mean. It's great lever, says basically you're. You're really of Nassar Leveraging Relationships Network? I mean that's kind of how you I'm a master putting myself in a position where I can attract lots. Were anyone like I. Am Good I. Don't you know I am a? Leverage things because I. Never really ask anybody for anything, but I always when I was between the ages of twenty to fifty. I always said now. If you WANNA. knick tickets when I wrote the Knicks Long. Going here is twenty two years old. And I have no money. And and the song became the number one most requested song on New York radio when the Knicks go to the playoffs. My Song is banging all over the city, and all my friends are like will. You can be able to get me tickets and anybody called me up for tickets pretty much Boeing on, I, didn't get didn't give me to. The Knicks team or thousand dollars to buy the song. I saw out. It cost me forty eight hundred dollars to do the song so I lost eight hundred dollars. And everybody thinks I did. They gave me they gave me three hundred level tickets. That was our deal. Put My credit card out and I got tickets wanted to be known as somebody that could like. Get anything done you know. But I never did it and call people back a man I got you knick tickets. You give me US Open tickets, or can you me? I never did that. Right never. You can ask anybody. I never never ever do that but I've never said No. So I wouldn't say I'm leverage but. You know and I love doing stuff like that. I wasn't doing it because I thought Oh in ten years in the airplanes. Are I'm Andy? I was like I like doing it. You know and I built a raising our. Off The charts network of. Friends and you know connections in. Invested a lot, jen in keeping those relationships when I was twenty two years old I wrote ten letters day. because there was no email, there was no internet. There was no internet in. There was no social media, so the only way I can never truly. Built my network was the show up. Somewhere deep. or a write letters so for a ten twenty cents stamps I said candidate, three thousand handwritten letters to anyone that impressed me influenced me moves me touched me, helped me. I was inspired by and that was my. That was my marketing plan and you know even to this day. People still talk about still write them by the way not as many..
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"So what about all this endurance stuff? You always been very athletic into exercise and winning. Start to become such a big part of your lifestyle I. Mean we're not talking about your. For Daily Job Down with you said down the street. You're climbing Mount Washington. You're doing all sorts of Esau. Moss during that whole thing with him back expense ago. You're like very. You do a lot of hard. You now winner that will stay start. Well. I grew up I was suburban athletic. You know. Now like editing. The kids in the city of My own stubborn. But I wasn't a runner. In fact, what I graduated College when I was in college a friend of mine told me was running. The New York marathon like a junior in college of what sounded impossible. You winning marathon so like when I graduated. I was like. Let me see like how far can I wrote. I can like two miles and. I were actually worked my way up to two miles and I said to myself, but I can get like two miles in eighteen minutes are under I'm a runner you know in our. Iran the New York Marathon I a couple years later I said I'll never do this again aside to do it next year just because. I'm never under his every year until I'm fifty and A couple years later I saw I did a twenty four hour event running race with five friends. We depart realty. YOU RUN A mile Jan I run a mile, my friends a mile, and then you keep going until you know whoever's the most miles as team wins, and there are a handful of people that were doing. The Race Solo didn't have the team. And I was I was I was floored. That someone could run a hundred miles. Per Hour, and what was it? What even floor? Even more was the fact that they didn't look like in Olympic Olympic athletes. At all in fact. GonNa even impressive, physically impressive. And I said you know what they can do it. They're doing that because they just don't stop. It's the test of will pain threshold in stubbornness patients all the things that weren't liked about like you know like I. Never be in the I can't even dunk a basketball you know. That'll never change. This if I could change the way I could handle pain or I could my willpower, pretty good willpower and handle obstacles and gut it out. Can I do. Like the the plainfield is completely level, so I took a two mile goal. That was my goal and ran a hundred miles non stop and nothing physically changed from the two mile mark two hundred mile mark. Legs to the same same longest guy gave me on that very strong, but I have completely changed my approach mentally on how to attack this and. I did it twice. So. Much. Did you do that before dave volumes live with you for the. For the book before that goes being Iranian endurance athlete right. Around hundred miles before I'm ever met him face to face so then. What like what? Why do you think to yourself? Okay? I'm going to have this guy you know. mcadoo baffles theme even where even moved in with you Dave. A crazy mad ass, right? How does he had no whole happen? Well. Nobody knew I mean very few people knew this was his. Fifteen years ago. Nobody knew. Where we know. There was no Internet we weren't. There was no social media I just saw him at a race. He looked like it was impressive. Obviously and I, just Kinda I reach out to him in a madame liked him. I thought I could learn a lot from them, and what makes them tick, and asked him to come live with me, and he did, and you know he lived on and off with a me man Sarah. Was In our life for several years, not just thirty days and and then you know obviously I wrote a book about our journey. About seven years after even David me so not that long after. Yeah, yeah, so I. It is not. An invite him to write. A book I invited him over because I liked him. France and Yeah. and. Then what were the top three things that he as you do? That was like the most awful. Physically emotionally, mentally chair affect on his stuff like that word a couple. Give me some. Well. It was it was just never-ending I mean it was just every day and I asked for that yeah. Challenge after challenge. We ran four miles every four hours for forty eight hours. That was hard because it was freezing. when we did, we did in the mountains in the middle of the winter and snow we jumped in a frozen lake crack. The ice jumped from the league. We stayed at a song until I basically asked out we ran. We did thousand pushups in a day. When I to my house I was doing like twenty now so all these different things. Came into play. It's unbelievable. So then. You at Kaplan wrote the book that was later, I didn't realize that was so much after the fact, and then with your other, but when you went to live with months I've what possessed to live with months again why you keep putting yourself in these? Very. Difficult to? You know very very far. Will you choice it I like I said? I'm a big believer in building your resume. I I WANNA milk. Life is much as I can. Because I realized twenty thirty years thirty something years I'll be in my seventies, so like my window to do stuff. It's like it's shrinking so fast and I'm aware of that. Vary so you know on my quest to just do things that are interesting and learning bond I've thought like I have invested so much in the physical side of my my life like I've trainers, you know. I've run races. I got it man, but I really not invested anything. In the spiritual side of my life and part of an entrepreneur is figuring out how to get from point eight point, be the fastest. Who Spiritual Masters, and I was like monks, so let me go live with the monks I. Don't learn well with no disrespect dismay, learning style from podcast or reading books. I don't retain stuff well. I learned by throwing myself in the fire. You know like I WANNA learn like. I didn't read a book I wanted to learn how to free dive I added instructed calm I went from holding my breath for thirty two seconds. By the way there's no correlation between being an endurance athlete. And how long have you can hold your breath on? So I thought I'd be able to hold my breath for like. Two minutes three minutes underwater. They held my head under the water I flipped out thirty one seconds, I tapped out and I'm up. To sessions later on holding my breath for three minutes. So my gosh. Through the experts through the monks of the world, the free the Wim Hof of the world, the Navy Seals of the world. You know you can really accelerate the the greatest entrepreneurs the world you WanNa read a book about Moore ship, or do you want to go live work under you know under Warren Buffett's tutelage or on? These os or any of these guys that have. Gone must whoever? You'RE GONNA learn a lot faster than reading fifty pages and taking notes. You Not A. Gift that I got from Marquis, jet. Marquee jet was accompanied has started. Twenty nine years old. We had no aviation. It was a private jet company. We had no aviation experience. We know airplanes four years before. I was a kiddy pool attendant. And we grew that company into a five billion dollar company. We sold its buffets, netjets, and the greatest gift from the company was not the wire that they sent when we sold the company or the dot numbers, those role great. The greatest gift was for me at thirty years old. We flew four thousand of the. Who's who of Entrepreneurship pop culture athletes entertainers at I was obsessed with their lifestyle..
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"You can't do the shit you wanted to do. Your Seventy I climbed the top of Mount Washington. Last winter in the fucking snow I seven year olds atop the mountain. Our window is short to do the stuff we want to do. If you're in King and you don't plan that stop. It's going to be too late. Right I saw that you did have friends. You take you take a gaggle of people kinda. Go climb that mountain. Yes. My French. I say that you have to have a very particular kind of friend or Worst. People like Sarah I don't like. Sarah Zealand your visor similar in that way, so you have to coerce probably K we have an RV. We're going to go. We're going to be doing that with this summer, but you need to go with you. Out Washington. I get to buy option. I'll go to the. Wives it. She loves you know every year. She does this challenge with Richard Branson, that he has stride. She does something. She has the same kind of last away. So okay, so get back to that so invasive. You say that you you structure so your routine is basically a little bit different, but still still a routine. You Plan in advance, so you're basically embedding new challenges new things yearly, so you kind of experience is much as you can in your lifetime. She's kind of about your. Life resumes at the other. I liked I really believe in that non traditional resumes, but building life resume and again just to be clear I have routines and habits, and you know like I. Try to make good routines and try to introduce new winning habits all the time, in fact, almost every month or two I try to pick one thing that I introduced into my life. That's new for example I. Don't go out enough water so this month. I'M GONNA start drinking a hundred ounces every day. That would be a new team that I try to do forever. You know and then in two months I might add another routine like a never going to be late to another meeting so I'm always Kinda taking inventory. Right down an hold it to that one at school. said in another two. Days. But yeah. I think I think you know again. I have I definitely live in A. In a framework have a structure. A I don't recall getting called routine that I follow, but I'm always trying to add winning habits I'm always adding things into my routine to create newness when I say I, want to be clear. We're we're talking. To different things when you just do a routine like I'm gonNA take two weeks and every year I'm going to go to the. Go to the beach in Miami for those two weeks and up. You know and I'm GonNa work till eight o'clock and it's and it's great I'm GonNa go to the gym every day. Amazing, that's most people. All I'm saying is. Is it going to Miami? Maybe WanNa, go and learn something. Instead of you know maybe on Wednesdays, you say you know what I'm GonNa Carve out an hour I'm going to take a cooking class or I'm going to go learn. To create some newness Gandhi said it best learn like you're gonNA live forever. Live like you're gonNA. Die Tomorrow. So. I. Really Try to follow that. So give me some of your. Your your daily habits that you kind of have, and then we could talk to you. Kind of Brian Your water one for example you. No longer hat. Because I've been doing. Did Not even just lifestyle. Be Clear about this. They're not disciplined discipline to me like. Of course you want to be disciplined, but it also kind of. Deprivation people think if you have to be disciplined around not eating chocolate that like, or you're losing weight or A good example whatever it, they relate data like some sort of deprivation. Deprivation never works in the long term. It just doesn't if you. After, why like killing myself? Give me the damn chocolate gate, right? It's a lifestyle. SOW decision at. It's like it's unwavering. It's not like a chore. I wish went for a run. I didn't really WANNA. Go for a run, but that's what I do every day. It's not it's unwavering. I exercise part of my lifestyle. Who I WANNA be. I mean so. It's like it's not. There was no discussion in my head. Even though I really didn't WanNa do it. It was never like we'll take today off came into my ever. So some of the things I end, this might sound extreme, but it's not part of your lifestyle. You know On the Diet side I only eat fruit until twelve o'clock noon everyday. Thirty years what kind of fruits do you? Take any kind of fruit any fresh fruit, but I say my prayers before I go to bed when I wake up. That's that is a daily routine. An example of something that didn't do maybe twenty years ago, but I do it now. and that's you know I. Drinking more water. That's a routine. Planning out my day the night before people talk about morning habits morning routines morning. Routines are important, but I don't think there is important as evening routines because you really need to start your day the night before when you map out what your day looks like, I'm just following the script today. Like I plan my day last night, so I don't think. I don't think at this age. I can just wake up in wing. People at the dishes to get. I can't wake up. Be Like What should I today like at work in you know what am I? GonNa! Do with my kids like I need to have it out. Otherwise ups the probably get away from me so. I believe in. That's a routine every night. You Lay out what my day looks like the.
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"See Monkey, do with they're gonNA eventually want to be the same way. Wouldn't you do to kind of get them off of that? You I? Know you're no parenting experts still like. How are you doing it if he doesn't WanNA, play. Or doesn't want to swim. Would you do to make them? It's a series of things. Restarted it is definitely trying to lead example I include my kids in conversations about you know big races that I have or projects that I'm doing or the struggles. I'm going through to to how I'm pushing through them. They see me outside every day. They see my case. They see my friends You know they get a sense of all that stuff? To me, so that's really important and I'm aware that they're watching, but the second thing is like I really encourage them. To try things They don't have to love it if they try and sign up for it. They have to stick it through till the till the end. They don't sign up again next year, but if they commit to it, they have to. They have to do it and and I. Don't run over when they fall. I don't Ertl Mike or or even like. Not Not insensitive to to that or if they fail. I listen we talk about it, but like you know I have four kids with my first kid. I did with our first child was like Oh. My God your skin, your knee I gotta go bubble type. Let's call the doctor. Might, now. It's like you know. I'm really hands off on it. And then the other thing is you know kids are very scheduled today over scheduled. Baseball and this then after school, and after the played like when I was growing up, my mother would take me to with to a meeting. She was not choose on the board of Ed in our district school, district and I'll for three hours with a box of crayons, toys or the figuring out at home, she had stuff to do. It was like figure it out, so she put me in a position where I you know. I didn't grow grew up and I had no access to anything or you know, but she put me in a position where I had to figure it out right exactly you'd solve my problems by saying. Oh, you're bored. Let's watch eleven hours of Netflix. Is Limited when you're done I'll make you popcorn so I really try to have my kids do that. Easy I'm not great at it and they watch plenty. NETFLIX's do, but in general as important. You know what I found really interesting about you as well. I saw video that you jim which I think you know for people who are usually is at WHO's has as much success as you have. It's all about structure and routine right. They're much about their habits right and hustle, but about like being very on point using the whole thing about using back. That's when you get stuck in. A routine. It's kind of like being right and you I thought that was very. It was it was just very unique by what you're saying and you don't. Don't get better at anything if you keep on doing that, so. First of all does that meet someone like you don't have a not? You don't have to take your habits that you stick to on a day-to-day basis. No, so as you get older, it's really hard to create newness. So you WANNA turning fifty two because we live in routine and schedule and we played defense our calendars. All Life is defense are counters fill up with meetings? Appointments scheduled weddings, anniversaries, charity vans, people want advice, and like you're playing defense and. I, completely flipped out model upside down I. Try to play as much offense in my life is. I can't and prioritize as much of what I love to do with the people that I love to do in wet so. You know you have to work. If you don't work on creating newness living routine, you know you're in like A. It's like you're. You're going to be seventy at before you snap your fingers in. And you won't have live experiences and I I, have abbots I have routines. I try to add as many winning habits and routines to my life is possible, but I don't live in Route T. I don't live a scheduled. You know like I just bought an RV Mike on a whim online, and like forty s later. I was driving my kids. You Know Nevada in extreme example, but. You know I try not to to. Jet I. Have I actually have a system that I put in place? I called the. It's called big. Ass Cal I've the program. Jesus, whole thing, it's called big. Club. We actually lay out your year and four in advance twelve, but I actually map out one big life change changing thing that I do every year and five little mini adventures things that I would normally done. You know on a Saturday and instead of watching the Alabama football game, I might take my kids fishing or go for a hike, or whatever so at the end of the next thirty years, but is stuck to that lateen, which is still introducing new things, but it's a routine. From from forty to seventy thirty like huge things that I'd done and and I'd have one hundred fifty adventures. That I wouldn't have had by the time. I'm seventy, so that's what I mean like you have to. You have to plan stuff like that. Be Seventy the average American games, two and a half pounds a year from thirty to thirty five to sixty by now. You're fifty sixty pounds overweight..
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"We are one of the APP owners in Atlanta Hawks. There was a company that I. You introduce me to know what foods that win ago at the at the party. Are you still involved with them? You're pushing are. Yeah. Yeah. Didn't work out great, but I still am a fan of the product. Okay you got me hooked on it by the way. And you're obviously endurance athletes. Slowing things about you I never know where to begin, but what I love about you is that you are so today's. You've such book spots. And where does it come from was zing happened while you were growing up? You always like this. Is it a nickname? Site like what's your. Assess a really good question. I don't know what that dates back to. It's definitely in my DNA when I first started out, I grew up in New York and In the in the eighties when break dancing in hip hop was just evolving, really coming on the scene, and I got into break dancing and I went down. I was fifteen years old that convinced my sister to take myself at my break dance partner Myron to. Issue driver's license. And I'm like let's go to DC. 'cause like there's no way the kids in DC are as good as the kids in New York. We invented this. I'm like we're GONNA. See, we'll try to make some money, so we drove down to DC and I remember like the whole time going down I'm like fourteen years old seeking to myself like. What did the kids are better than us? What if no one shows up? What have we get booed and I was like almost like Lois is turnout at all this like and feelings. That I think every entrepreneur has like I'm not good enough. What is someone's debtor I? Don't have what it takes all that stuff. Anyway. We go out there and we stand up our boombox. This little parking lot Georgetown and miring goes like put the music on and start spitting on his head. He passed it to me. I do my stuff. BUBBA crowd comes around. We take our hats off. After an hour or two tasks, our hat around to money, and we is this a PG or show you can? You can say whatever you want your Azriel. I. GotTa Keep It real test out. Because like two hundred thirty dollars is something I pay my sister for the gas and. Inner and all that stuff and Myron is split by eight hundred dollars forty dollars each so I give him forty one dollars. Forty dollars the accounts the money in he recounts the money runs over. There hugging, he's like fucking rich. And I was like forty bucks, but we the lesson that was like a big lesson for me. If I have to look back up because you know like, I realized at an early age that if you get over those fears of like I'm not good enough. I don't have what it takes and you actually keep going and get Lou awarded for it. That's like an amazing. An got really addicted to the feeling on the other side of that wall of fear, so that was a big wall of fear I knew I. Can either turn around and go home or I can figure out how to go through the wall around the wall which I did, and it felt good, so most of my successes. I've had those same kind of doubts or butterflies in a more times than not been rewarded. To me so that pivotal moment for you where you kind of saw a reward and that kind of progress through to keep on doing that same type of tenacity relentless. This puts a like. The thing. I grew up in an era where. In today's world. Disappointment. Has. been stripped from kids. You know I. Everybody Gets Participation Trophy everybody makes. You know like disappointment is a real part of light, and I don't even call it like Chutzpah. It's just like my parents. Didn't you know it's natural now and I'm the same way I have four kids. I try not to like I don't want to be disappointed I don't want to be heard, but like when I was growing up. If there was a baseball game thrown at me like my dad was the next to me in my mid was down, it was gonna hit me in the face. He let it hit me in the face. And so I won't even call it. You know it's just like the way that I. kind of grew up and I think it was a gift from my parents. You know they didn't really give me everything. They gave me a lot. But they let me figure a lot of stuff out by myself. Yeah I think that's a very good point. I think you're totally right into same thing. And in these days it's very much. It's kind of creating soft kids in the wet right because people don't, they're so. Afraid of the kids failing I with the Mike Kids. Also. Soccer teams I I mean. You were very at big similarity. That's been so fascinated by because when I was growing up as well. My parents wouldn't I stay out all the time, but that creates character that creates resilience right. That's the only way to create. Resilience also learned like I. Don't like to sail. Known some people like it's okay they tried is the APP for. My brothers. That's me the other day I was talking to my brother and he was asking me how the summer was going. On I, said you know this is actually last summer, but. reminded of a minute ago, but he said at he asked now. My son was doing in swim. Team on Mike, well, you know he's he's A. He's a really good swimmer, but like he's really not that into. It doesn't try that hard. I was trying harder. Brothers like well as long as he's happy. I might. Actually not. My storm would be happy. Playing fortnight and eating haagen-dazs on the couch, so it's not like as long as he's happy. It's about like him. To understand is potential and try to get you know. Get motivated to tap into that potential and you know like I. My parents encouraged. They praised my effort like everything was about effort in my house. You know it wasn't like encouraged me to try. It wasn't. It was about effort trying you know, and it was never like Oh. That was a great game. You guys wanted you score so many points. It was always like I. loved watching our hard, you try. It was so great to see guys. Play together all working together so hard and you know like. That tone. and. That is a lot different than what I. Think is happening right now so. Know Look I'm out a parenting expert on a work in progress with my kids, but that's something that stuck with me from my childhood. So hard, do you? How do you motivate your? You're right. Always kidnaps all, but the I. Pat Writes About Video Games, are you? Is Your home approach lead by example like a monkey..
"marquis jets" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"It a done deal though in a statement Friday Major League Baseball Players Association chief Tony Clark said the marquis jet bed straight needs to be resolved now he added the lives of the players affected in the trader under state of limbo medicals the prospect the red Sox receiving twins didn't come back clean in Boston is now asking for another top prospect me either LA or Minnesota the deal which would send bets in started David price to the Dodgers was agreed upon on Tuesday night pending medical reviews Clark blasting the quote on ethical leaking of medical information in his statement buster Olney on the deal that perhaps will ultimately get done Kevin talking with officials this afternoon they believe that eventually the sides will get together and figure out a way to give the red Sox a little bit more value to offset the concerns about that physical these are very motivated teams involved from the Boston Red Sox perspective David tad so much of David salaries a David price's salary to Mookie Betts and they get the prospects in return and look while red Sox nation is not happy about this trade executives with other teens believe the red Sox and is actually pretty good and of course the Dodgers are very very motivated to get Mogi bats one of the best players in baseball so there is an expectation among people I talked to today they'll find a way to push it across the finish line are they speaking of the Dodgers day in Rikers telework out a two year deal worth better than thirteen million hunterpence returning to the giants in a one year three million dollar deal Rangers work out a minor league deal with former Indians closer click Cody Allen can trees moralis retiring after a thirteen year career back to the NBA with some controversy late in Salt Lake has a lot of five seconds on the clock the drive news.
"marquis jets" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"About right you were the ones that want to go to a more Stephen price this particular deal had stolen all the headlines on a Tuesday night had to do something in order to get back to win the World Series for the first time nineteen eighty eight the package headed to Boston headlined by outfielder Alex Verdugo this will not be the last move by the Boston Red Sox is it a done deal though in a statement Friday Major League Baseball Players Association chief Tony Clark said the marquis jet batch trade needs to be resolved now he added the lives of the players affected in the trade under state of limbo medicals the prospect the red Sox receiving twins didn't come back clean in Boston is now asking for another top prospect me either LA or Minnesota the deal which would send bets in started David price to the Dodgers was agreed upon on Tuesday night pending medical reviews Clark blasting the quote on ethical leaking of medical information in his statement buster only on the deal that perhaps will ultimately get done Kevin talking with officials this afternoon they believe that eventually the sides will get together and figure out a way to give the red Sox a little bit more value to offset the concerns about that physical these are very motivated teams involved from the Boston Red Sox perspective David tad so much of David salaries a David price's salary to Mookie Betts and they get the prospects in return and look while red Sox nation is not happy about this trade executives with other teens believe the red Sox and is actually pretty good and of course the Dodgers are very very motivated to get Loki bets one of the best players in baseball so there is an expectation among people I talked to today they'll find a way to push it across the finish line hard news speaking of the Dodgers day in Rikers telework at a two year deal worth better than thirteen million hunterpence returning to the giants in a one year three million dollar deal Rangers work out a minor league deal with former Indians closer click Cody Allen can trees moralis retiring after a.
"marquis jets" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It a done deal though in a statement Friday Major League Baseball Players Association chief Tony Clark said the marquis jet bed straight needs to be resolved now he added the lives of the players affected in the trader in a state of limbo medicals the prospect the red Sox receiving twins didn't come back clean in Boston is now asking for another top prospect me either LA or Minnesota the deal which would send bets and started David price to the Dodgers was agreed upon on Tuesday night pending medical reviews Clark blasting the quote on ethical leaking of medical information in his statement buster only on the deal that perhaps will ultimately get done Kevin talking with officials this afternoon they believe that eventually the sides will get together and figure out a way to give the red Sox a little bit more value to offset the concerns about that physical these are very motivated teams involved from the Boston Red Sox perspective they've attached so much of David salaries a David price's salary to Mookie Betts and they get the prospects in return and look while red Sox nation is not happy about this trade executives with other teens believe the red Sox and is actually pretty good and of course the Dodgers are very very motivated to get Loki bets one of the best players in baseball so there is an expectation among people I talked to today they'll find a way to push it across the finish line news speaking of the Dodgers day in Rikers telework out a two year deal worth better than thirteen million hunterpence returning to the giants in a one year three million dollar deal Rangers work out a minor league deal with former Indians closer click Cody Allen can trees moralis retiring after thirteen year career back to the NBA with some controversy late in Salt Lake a lot of five seconds of the clock the drive news.
"marquis jets" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It a done deal though in a statement Friday Major League Baseball Players Association chief Tony Clark said the marquis jet bed straight needs to be resolved now he added the lives of the players affected in the trader under state of limbo medicals the prospect the red Sox receiving twins didn't come back clean in Boston is now asking for another top prospect me either LA or Minnesota the deal which would send bets in started David price to the Dodgers was agreed upon on Tuesday night pending medical reviews Clark blasting the quote on ethical leaking of medical information in his statement buster Olney on the deal that perhaps will ultimately get done Kevin talking with officials this afternoon they believe that eventually the sides will get together and figure out a way to give the red Sox a little bit more value to offset the concerns about that physical these are very motivated teams involved from the Boston Red Sox perspective they've attached so much of David salaries a David price's salary to Mookie Betts and they get the prospects in return and look while red Sox nation is not happy about this trade executives with other teens believe the red Sox and is actually pretty good and of course the Dodgers are built very motivated to get Loki bets one of the best players in baseball so there is an expectation among people I talked to today they'll find a way to push it across the finish line hard news speaking of the Dodgers day in Rikers telework on two year deal worth better than thirteen million hunterpence returning to the giants in a one year three million dollar deal Rangers work out a minor league deal with former Indians closer click Cody Allen can trees moralis retiring after a thirteen year career back to the NBA with some controversy late in Salt Lake.
"marquis jets" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Share states. That's bigger pockets dot com slash share states. All right. All right. All right. Let's get to this thing. So our guest today is Jesse. It's ler a serial entrepreneur bestselling author of two books living with a seal and living with the monks. Both antastic Josh. And I love them. He's the co owner of the Atlanta Hawks NBA team, he sold his company Marquis jet to Berkshire Hathaway he for that would be Warren Buffett's, come out, Warren Buffett's company. He's also with a partner in Zico, which Coca Cola that was like coconut water coconut water company. One of the original white rappers, actually, go go to YouTube, and you're not going to go him or go him because he won't appreciate it. Go to YouTube and type in shake it like a white girl. You're gonna see nineteen Ninety-one. I think it is Jesse and one of the greatest videos ever made. He's also married to a massively successful entrepreneur name. Sara Blakely you might recognize her name. She's the founder of spanks, which would she started with like five thousand dollars in her like basement with no outside investors, grew it to a billion dollar company. She's also wanted to guest sharks on shark tank. So this show is by the way, by the way. He is also the guy who came up with the goal of New York New York, go jingle for the New York Knicks and yet him sadly, still in New York Knicks fan after all these years. But yeah, yeah, he's pretty big deal. So this show is not about real estate today. I don't think we've mentioned the word real estate. I don't think we do full anyway. But it's an entrepreneurship success. Happiness, mindset what separates people that succeed from those who fail. I mean, we go through so many things today, you're gonna love his stories. You're gonna love all this stuff. I love things like his three hour rule. It's fantastic. What he talks about how Senator yet happiness with me there how he thought in eighteen different couches like when he was trying to build his businesses. He talks about how the average American only lives like seventy years, y'all gonna love this show and one more thing super important. There are some call them. Adult words used in this episode. Some are rated words end just a warning. And we did not beat them out. So if you're listening with kids in the car, this might not be the best episode to play right now. But definitely listen to the episode when the kids aren't in the car with that said, let's get to the interview with Jesse. All right. Welcome. Jesse to the bigger pockets podcasts, Debbie here. Great to be here. Fellas. Hear so this should be. There should be a lot of fun. I think people are going to love here and your story. I mean, I just got finished reading both your books. Go. I knew this was going to happen fantastic. So but most people don't maybe know who you are. So do you mind giving us a two minute recap? Like who are you? What do you do? How'd you get to where you are today? I know condensing fifty years and did us fine fine. I'm happy to serial entrepreneur. I started out in the music business as a leader not as a rapper resigned to a company called delicious final. And then I started I shifted out of music into private aviation at a private jet company called marquee jet. We sold to Warren Buffett's net yet that coconut water company was involved with Zico sold. Its Coca Cola a marriage for kids author of a couple of bucks ran a hundred miles during athle- just trying to do as much as I can on this planet, man..