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"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Series on business rock stars I'm joined right now by Matisse to Dillinger. She is the founder and CEO of curls, Beauty brands, So okay, So tell me about how you did end up choosing to leave your job when you were in a full time role. How did you know was the right time Because it goes back to what we were saying where there's different schools of thought about when is the right time to leave? Well, I'm of the school thought like I said, Don't leave a day job until you know you could sustain your business. And your family, So I did. I think a little too long. I think it was like four years in maybe longer, but I knew I had to do something. What I couldn't do both anymore. And I had enough, Okay. I have four years of a proven track record. I can do this. So I'm gonna leave in December. That was the year that I decided it was June. I'm gonna leave in December. I'm gonna put my understand and leave. Actually got a month or two later notice that visor was doing layoffs and that they were gonna be laying off a lot of people with the severance package. I was have their own person and prayed for it. I'm like, Please let me get my home and I was laid off because they were overstaffed. And I got paid to leave when I actually already put my vision board to leave in December. Oh, my gosh. It worked out in my favor. I was super happy because I now had extra money to put back in the business. And it was easy, breezy, But from that point on, it was a faith walk because I had something always fall back on, But I did. I still worked hard. Even when I had that corporate job. I still wanted it to be successful. And I just ramped up even more. So after I left visor. Wow. Okay, So you were full time in a executive position cells inside. Okay, and so forth. Visor, So okay. Okay. I'm gonna start that sentence of her editor s. So you're so you're full time and running a business. And were you a mom at the time? Yes. I actually had an eight year old and then one and two year old. Wow. Okay, So for a lot of women, there's a huge fear around work Life balance. Incident and not being enough in all different aspects of their lives. So do you have any advice for these women when it comes to juggling so many things as you were at that time, and I'm sure still today? Yes. Well, hands down your partner. Your life partner really matters. I could not have done it without my husband. I know it. We and we also to help. We had a nanny, of course, but my husband Helped to pick up balls that I would drop it What I was trying to grow the business and it was a partnership. So always advisable to be careful and Mary well, and that is the main Mary money it means marry a person's going to support you. Because because your success we determined on that relationship, because either they support you and help help you flourish or they won't and you can't actually, that could be your demise. Yeah, That s so so true. Yes. So what other advice do you have for aspiring female entrepreneurs?.

founder and CEO Matisse partner Mary executive editor
"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome to the empowering to interview Siri's on business rock stars I'm joined right now, By Misha Dillinger. She is the founder and CEO of curls, Beauty brands, So okay, So tell me about how you did end up choosing to leave your job when you were in a fulltime role. How did you know it was the right Time because it goes back to what we were saying where there's different schools of thought about When is the right time to leave? Well, I'm of the school thought like I said, Don't leave the job until you know you could sustain your business and your family, so I did. I think a little too long. I think it was like four years in maybe longer, but I knew I had to do something when I couldn't do both anymore. And I had enough. Okay. I have four years of a proven track record. I could do this. Believe in December. That was the year that I decided it was June. I'm gonna leave in December. I'm going to put my notice in and leave. And I actually got a month or two later and noticed that visor was doing layoffs and that they're gonna be laying off a lot of people with the severance package. I was the only person and prayed for you. Please let me get off. And I was laid off because they're over staffed and I got paid to leave in action. Already. Vision board leaving December. Oh, my gosh. It worked out in my favor. I was super happy because I now have extra minutes to get back in the business, and it was easy, breezy, But from that point on It was a faith walk because I had something always fall back on, But I still worked hard. Even when I had that corporate job. I still want it to be sensible, and I just rammed up even more. So after I left visor. Wow. Okay, So you were full time in a executive position. Okay? And adviser So okay. Okay. I'm going to start that sentence of her editor cigarettes. So you're full time and running a business. And were you a mama's time? Yes. I actually had an eight year old. Old and then one into your old Wow. Okay for a lot of women, And there's a huge fear around work, life balance and not being enough in all different aspects of their lives. So do you have any advice for these women when it comes to juggling so many things as you were at that time, and I'm sure still today? Yes, well, hands down. Your partner, your life partner Willy matters. I could not have done it without my husband. I know it. We and we also help we had in any of course, But my husband helped to pick up balls that I would drop it while I was trying to grow the business and was a partnership so always advisable to be careful and And marry well, and that is to me, Mary Money. It means Mary. A person's going to support you. Because because you're successful, determined on that relationship, because either they support you and help help you flourish or they won't and you can't actually, that could be your demise. Yeah, that it's so so true. Yes. So what other advice you have for aspiring female entrepreneurs? Thie? Biggest thing I was suggests and require what I mentor. Someone do your due diligence before you come and speak to me about getting help. I need you to know your business in and out your industry your competition and really understand what you mean yourself into number two if your product based company I'm going to retell out at the gate and don't approach it yet Build your sustainable base before you want to, or even pitch a business retail outlet because if you don't do well You will lose your shirt That's very important. Also live below your means. A lot of us will get that first big Commission check or that this big payout and go spend it, live below your means and reinvested. Reinvest everything back into your company and until you can sustain your business, your family and also have more money in your bank account than you do in the value of your home. Such good advice, and it's such a fine line between buildings slowly and not taking enough action. And I loved the couple points in there where you're saying, really, really do your research. Don't rush the getting into retail. So any advice when it comes to finding that sweet spot of growing slowly but not too slowly. Well, you know, at every business is different s O that have a different path. But when you are growing in organically over time, and you have a base, you will see an engagement socially used to the cells returned that continue to grow up enough and not the other way. Those are things you'll see what you know I'm on the right track and those buyers out there all the major retailers are watching business on the move. So you can get in this day and age actually call a linked an email from someone so just mind your business. Get down to it. Work hard. Keep your head down. Look what's around you, but really hone in and that goal on DH when you before you know you wake look up, and you've achieved your success and your goals that they said mind your business, The name of your show and your business with Misha, by the way to have a show on own. That's amazing. Had you ever wanted to do TV work? How did this come about? What's it been like? Well, you know, I've always wanted to be On the Oprah Winfrey Network on her show guest. Yeah, that's Ah, Switch off. I thought okay. I put on my vision board for like, five years B on the Oprah Winfrey show. And then the show went away. Darn it using my fish imports Items solution and then I got a call about the show to answer question. No, I never really wanted to be on TV beyond pitching my brand. But this happened because I have been helping women already behind the scenes without really talking about it, you know, in front of the world, but somehow one of the producers understood and knew I was doing that for three different reality. Stars health. None of their business is so that's how my name got thrown in this pool. That's almost TV opportunities. Come about that someone's naturally already doing something cool and TV were the TV might not even be on the radar. But producer catches wind and I love that. We're flexible with this vision. I mean, it's equally just as great of a vision. Have your own show unknown. Right versus being a guest on the Oprah show and so great that you were able to be flexible and still have this vision come into fruition. And you know, you alluded to the vision board a couple times now. So it sounds like that might be a little secret for you that that more women should do is create Ization board. Do you swear by the vision of Dio Ideo? I really do like every year make one and it's really important to see it on the wall. It's always in my office. I have a two sided family and business and I always look at it and something to know what I need to accomplish for this year. What I looked to achieve this year. Ondas all pictures visuals typical, like cut out from a magazine bigger, like publicize of the screen and front back. Business and family. So their words their pictures a lot of different images. Yeah, so cool. Well, congratulations again. You are such an inspiration, Tio from entrepreneurs and really appreciate your time. Thank you for having me absolutely Malik swirly, and this has been business rock stars are some of the most common mistakes entrepreneurs make when starting a new business. I'm Alex. Really with business Rock stars.

Misha Dillinger founder and CEO Mary Money Oprah Winfrey Network Oprah Winfrey partner producer Siri Oprah executive editor Malik Willy
"mary money" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mandates that we're no longer tto handle South African produce because of power. We know very little about South Africa. We didn't know how to pronounce or spell apart thighs. But we followed the union instruction. We went around the store to find out what was South African. It was mainly out span oranges and grapefruits and inform management that we were going to follow this instruction. We were immediately put on cash registers on. I remember sitting there myself Mary Money on this D. C on this woman coming up with two outs span grapefruit in her basket. And we looked at each other, and we prayed that she wasn't going to come to one of us, but she did. She came to marry Manning and Mary Manning refused. TTO handle South African produce on was suspended. We came out on strike. And that was the first day the 19th of July 1984 at a quarter past 12 on Thursday, and I remember it well that the dawn stores anti apartheid strike started. As I said, we knew very little about South Africa. We knew there was discrimination, but we didn't know what sort of discrimination it was about. We were a few days on the picket line on a man called Nimrods jacket came onto the picket line and he started telling us about washed with South African on what was a parasite all about. He was an exile from South Africa, and he's been living in Ireland for about 15 years. And he told us what it was like to be a black person living in South Africa. You couldn't sit on the same seat as a white person. You couldn't use the same toilet. You had to be out of the cities and the towns that white people lived in by a certain time and you had to have a passbook to leave her township. And he described what a parasite was like in one of the best ways that I could describe it. It was like a pint of Guinness. A majority of the people living in South Africa were black on the minority, wer Weiss. Unlike a pint of Guinness, the white satin top of black Because of Nimrod. And what he was telling us about South Africa. That changed for us personally, it no longer became a union instruction. We were never ever going to handle South African goods until apartheid gun and freedom for everybody in South Africa had been achieved. Strike went on, a union official told us maybe a couple of weeks. We were six months on strike. When we got an invitation to meet Bishop Desmond Tutu. He was coming from America going over to Oslo to pick up a Nobel peace prize. And he said, I'd like to meet the Dawn Star striker's in London. So as we did being shop workers We got in a car and we drove and took the ferry over to London to meet Bishop Desmond Tutu, who was about collect Nobel Peace Prize and I remember being there and it was the first time that we really had any mate media interest. And the cameras are there on this small little man comes into the room on people that know me know I'm not a very huggy person. So the first thing he does is common holds us unlike old God. And then he told off on DH media how proud he was of us and how brave we were. And for somebody like that, to say that it just brought more passion to us than we ever had before. And he told us that he would go back to South Afghan. He would tell the ordinary workers. Thie ordered black workers in South Africa that they went on their own that their woz people from other countries that cared enough to do something. About I was in December of 84. We were six months on strike. We went through a long winter. And then as the first anniversary of the strike happened. We were getting very little support from the government from a lot of Irish people on from the trade union movement, but we stuck to our guns. Bishop Desmond Tutu asked us to come to South Africa to see for ourselves what parasite was all about. And we had no money to go because we had earned When we were working about a £5 week. We were now on £21. The union would only give us the £1000 on the trip is going to cost about 1000. So one night in Dublin City. We got many supporters as we could together, and we went around every pub in Dublin City, raising funds for that trip, and we raised £7000 in 1985. To go on that trip to South Africa. That was the support we got from ordinary working class people in Dublin. Trip was organized on we headed off to Heathrow on DH was about to board the plane, for sure, with plain to Heathrow or in Heathrow to go to South Africa on we were stopped and held for a number of hours there. They wouldn't let us on the plane because the South Africans horrors he's Wouldn't allow the plane to land eventually through negotiations. We boarded the plane to be told afterwards that the captain had told all the passengers that we were the reason the plane has been delayed for so long. We were all separated. We weren't allowed to sit together so you can imagine the atmosphere. We were quite terrified on remember. We're only 20. The youngest of us was 17. The oldest was 20 for the rest of us were all 20. We arrived in hand Smuts Airport, which is now by the way, called Oliver Tambo Airport. On DH. When we arrived on each side of the tarmac, there were soldiers. We thought this was normal. We arrived in to get a passports checked and soldiers came and asked us where we the group from Ireland. We said we were Immediately. It was about 40 armed soldiers around us with machine guns. We were escorted upstairs. We were held under armed guard for eight hours. We did not know what was going to happen to us because we had heard stories of people disappearing one cigar to South Africa. Answered. African Black South Africans themselves period. Eventually, we were informed that we were going to be sent back on the same plane. But why we were there for eight hours. We couldn't even go to the bathroom where two women soldiers would come in with us. And the door would have to stay open. When we got eventually back on the.

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"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome to the empowering to interview Siri's on business rock stars I'm joined right now, by Mukesh a Dillinger. She is the founder and CEO of curls, Beauty brands, So okay, So tell me about how you did end up choosing to leave your job when you were in a fulltime role. How did you know it was the right Time because it goes back to what we were saying where there's different schools of thought about When is the right time to leave? Well, I'm of the school thought like I said, Don't leave a day job until you know you could sustain your business and your family, so I did. I think a little too long. I think it was like four years in maybe longer, but I knew I had to do something when I couldn't do both anymore. And I had enough. Okay. I have four years of a proven track record. I could do this. Believe in December. That was the year that I decided it was June. I'm gonna leave in December. I'm going to put mine understand and leave. And I actually got a month or two later and noticed that visor was doing layoffs and that they're gonna be laying off a lot of people with the severance package. I would have their own personal prayed for it. Please let me get off. And I was laid off because they're over staffed and I got paid to leave in action. Already. Vision board leaving December. Oh my gosh. It worked out in my favor. I was super happy because I now have extra money to put back in the business and it was easy, breezy, But from that point on It was a faith walk because I had something always fall back on, But I still worked hard. Even when I had that corporate job. I still wanted to be successful, and I just ramped up even more. So after I left advisor. Wow. Okay, So you were full time in a executive position and said OK and safe adviser, So okay. Okay. I'm going to start that sentence of Emperor editor cigarettes. So you're full time and running a business. And were you a mama's time? Yes. I actually had an eight year old. Old and then the one in two year old. Wow. Okay for a lot of women, And there's a huge fear around work, life balance and not being enough in all different aspects of their lives. So do you have any advice for these women when it comes to juggling so many things as you were at that time, and I'm sure still today? Yes, well, hands down. Your partner, your life partner Willy matters. I could not have done it without my husband. I know it. We and we also help we had in any of course, But my husband helped to pick up balls that I would drop it while I was trying to grow the business and was a partnership. So always advisable to be careful. And Mary well, and that doesn't mean Mary money. It means Mary Person's going to support you because because your success would determine on That relationship because either they support you and help help you flourish or they won't and you can't actually, that could be your demise. Yeah, that it's so so true. Yes. So what other advice you have for aspiring female entrepreneurs? The biggest thing I always suggest and require what I mentor..

founder and CEO Mary Person Siri partner Mukesh advisor executive editor Willy
"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome to the empowering to interview Siri's on business rock stars I'm joined right now, by Mukesh a Dillinger. She is the founder and CEO of curls, Beauty brands, So okay, So tell me about how you did end up choosing to leave your job when you were in a fulltime role. How did you know it was the right Time because it goes back to what we were saying where there's different schools of thought about When is the right time to leave? Well, I'm of the school thought like I said, Don't leave the job until you know you could sustain your business and your family, so I did. I think a little too long. I think it was like four years in maybe longer. But I knew I had to do something when I couldn't do both anymore, and I had enough, Okay. I have four years of a proven track record. I could do this. So I'm gonna leave in December. That was the year that I decided it was June. I'm gonna leave in December. I'm gonna put mine understand and leave. And I actually got a month or two later and noticed that visor was doing layoffs and that they're gonna be laying off a lot of people with the severance package. I was from the own person and prayed for it. Please let me get off and I was laid off because they're over staffed and I got paid to leave in action. Already. Vision boards to leave in December. Oh, my gosh. It worked out in my favor. I was super happy because I now have extra minutes in the back in the business. And it was easy, breezy, But from that point on, it was a faith walk because I had something always fall back on, But I did. I still worked hard. Even when I had that corporate job. I still wanted to be successful. And I just ramped up even more. So after I left visor. Wow. Okay, So you were full time in a executive position. Okay? And adviser So okay. Okay. I'm going to start that sentence of emperor editor. So you're full time and running a business And were you a mama's time? Yes. I actually had an eight year old and then one into your old Wow. Okay for a lot of women, And there's a huge fear around work, life balance and not being enough in all different aspects of their lives. So do you have any advice for these women when it comes to juggling so many things as you were at that time, and I'm sure still today? Yes, well, hands down. Your partner, your life partner Willy matters. I could not have done it without my husband. I know it. We and we also help we had in any of course, But my husband helped to pick up balls that I would drop it while I was trying to grow the business and was a partnership so always advisable to be careful and And marry well, and that doesn't mean Mary money. It means Mary A person's going to support you. Because because your success would determine on that relationship. Because either they support you and help help you flourish or they won't and you can't actually. That could be your demise. Yeah, that it's so so true. Yes. So what other advice you have for aspiring female entrepreneurs? Thie? Biggest thing I was suggests and require what I mentor..

founder and CEO Siri Mary partner Mukesh executive editor Willy
"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome to the empowering to interview Siri's on business rock stars I'm joined right now by my challenger. She is the founder and CEO of curls, Beauty brands, So okay, So tell me about how you did end up choosing to leave your job when you were in a full time role. How did you know it was the right Time because it goes back to what we were saying where there's different schools of thought about When is the right time to leave? Well, I'm of the school thought like I said, Don't leave the job until you know you could sustain your business and your family, so I did. I think a little too long. I think it was like four years in maybe longer, but I knew I had to do something when I couldn't do both anymore. And I had enough. Okay. I have four years of a proven track record. I could do this. Believe in December. That was the year that I decided it was June. I'm gonna leave in December. I'm going to put my understand and leave. And I actually got a month or two later and noticed that visor was doing layoffs and that they're gonna be laying off a lot of people with the severance package. I would have their own person and prayed for it. Please let me get off and I was laid off because they're over staffed and I got paid to leave in action. Already, Vision boards will even December. Oh my gosh. It worked out in my favor. I was super happy because I now have extra minutes to put back in the business and it was easy, breezy, But from that point on, it was a faith walk because I had something always to fall back on. Did. I still worked hard. Even when I had that corporate job. I still wanted to be successful. And I just rammed up even more. So after I left advisor. Wow. Okay, So you were full time in a executive position cells. Okay? And adviser So okay. Okay. I'm going to start that sentence of her editor cigarettes to your full time and running a business. And were you a mama's time? Yes. I actually had an eight year old and then one in two year olds. Wow. Okay, So for a lot of Reason. There's a huge fear around work, life balance, not being enough in all different aspects of their lives. So do you have any advice for these women when it comes to juggling so many things as you were at that time, and I'm sure still today? Yes. Well, hands down your partner. Your life partner really matters. I could not have done it without my husband. I know it. We and we also help. We had a nanny, of course, but my husband helped to pick up balls that I would drop it while I was trying to grow the business and was a partnership so always advisable to be careful and And marry well, and that is to me, Mary Money. It means Mary. A person's going to support you. Because because your success would determine on that relationship. Because either they support you and help help you flourish or they won't and you can't actually, that could be your demise. Yeah, that it's so so true. Yes. So what other advice you have for aspiring female entrepreneurs? Thie? Biggest thing I was suggests and require what I mentor. Someone do your due diligence before you come and speak to me about getting health. I need you to know your business in and out your industry your competition and really understand what you get yourself into. Number two if your product based company I'm going to retell out at the gate and don't approach it yet Bill George Sustainable Base before you want to, or even pitch a business retail outlet, because if you don't do well You will lose your shirt That's very important. Also live below your means. A lot of us will get that first big Commission check.

founder and CEO partner Siri Mary Money Bill George Sustainable Base advisor executive editor
"mary money" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Well, let's take some calls and see what everybody's thinking right now. Let's go to Paul in Brooklyn. Paul, how you doing? Hi, Mark. Hi, Joe. I wanted just mention one thing about the Biden have a slogan form by just telling the audience right now I can tell from this guy's voice. This is going to be bad. All right, go ahead. You have Biden flips like a coin. That's my slogan will tell you what I tell you. All right, Thanks for calling. Let's go to Ah, Mary Mary's calling from Long Island Marry how you doing? I need last this morning, and you definitely given me a barrel full so far when used about Joe Biden and the empty parking lot. It's hysterical. It really Yeah. I mean, could you see FDR Could you see a JFK and an empty parking lot screaming at nothing. A couple of cars. It's just ridiculous. Did you vote already? Mary Money? It's funny. I wanted to ask you two things if you don't mind, and I want to wish you both. Well, it's always good listening to you. Um, first of all, with a trump victory. Do you think the Democrats will finally get it through their heads that they are leaning way too far way too far to the left? They go like that, out of a very good question. Thanks for Colin. That is the big question. Once it's over, there's a cab. All that runs all of this stuff and Democratic world runs the Democrats, the media everything will they say. Everything we're doing is not working. It didn't work in 2016. It's in working out. We've got to throw this out and start over. This has happened Wave years. In the past, where party was forget all this. We've got to become positive. We gotta find great young candidates. Democrats have to go back and look you only win when you have a young, dynamic candidate. That's the only time Democrats win. Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Barack Obama. That's when you win with the young, dynamic candidate When you put the tired old middle of the road donors choice in their Mondale. Hilary never, ever works now, either. After the election, they'll realize we've got to change our methods and So positive and do something there or I'll just double down and go crazy, so I hopefully we won't see that. Let's go to Vincent in Brooklyn. Vincent, How you doing? Good morning, Mark Mark yesterday job I got, Donald Trump in Tampa said. That didn't lock down to not be answer and that Joe Biden did say he would lock down the country again. Well, first. So how's that working out in New York City with all this rain and this outdoor diving and stuff? Now the blood you want the merchants to put their merchandise on the street. Good luck with that with this weather. Joe Biden thinks lockdowns work Well, Frances locking down today. Italy is flirting with the idea. But for the last few days it started in the major cities. Now it's in the secondary cities there. The merchants are rioting, they saying Enough is enough is enough with this locked down nonsense because Question is season is coming up, and that's when they make the bulk of their money. And actually, at the view, a woman wants a small Have a dash. We shop and she says, Well, if I do what the government says, Ah, die in starvation, the possibility of dying with from our own virus would also therapeutics. That's not give him well. If they closed my business, my kids and I will surely die of starvation. So America. That's another reason why not to vote for Joe Biden. Aside from the fact that he's out of his bird, his sons of crook, his brothers of quote his thought is a quote. The whole family's on the take, and everybody's asking where to check is from the Chinese Got. There is no checked. Yeah, it's ah, You know most people if you just stood back and what that look at the forest through the trees where you could see what's going on here. Joe Biden corrupt old, the old old swamp politician. You may not like Trump's tweeting. You may not like his personality, but he gets things done. And things happen. Would you? Would you really hand the country back to the worst of the swamp and let the donors in the cab all take over and All of that again. Well, when we come back, we'll talk to Joe Concert. The great Great Reporter, columnist Joe Conte will see what he thinks is going to happen. We'll get to that in a moment on 7 10 0 R. Let's get the latest news. Here's Joe Barton. Okay, mark a Halloween crack down in the city Mayor De Blasio says Trick or treating is OK tomorrow, but he will not tolerate large gatherings. Governor Murphy says A second wave is coming now in New Jersey State has seen 12 straight days of at least 1000 new cases. President Trump and Joe Biden hitting key states in the Midwest. Today, just four days before the election, the president will be in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, Biden in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. A stop work order has been issued after an accident involving.

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"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"mary money" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Help kids and get a tax write off. Kali 107 216723 807 216723 807 216723 807 to 1 67 23 Welcome to the empowering to interview Siri's on business rock stars I'm joined right now, by Myisha Dillinger. She is the founder and CEO of curls, Beauty brands, So okay, So tell me about how you did end up choosing to leave your job when you were in a fulltime role. How did you know it was the right Time because it goes back to what we were saying where there's different schools of thought about When is the right time to leave? Well, I'm of the school thought like I said, Don't leave the job until you know you could sustain your business and your family, so I did. I think a little too long. I think it was like four years in maybe longer. But I knew I had to do something when I couldn't do both anymore, and I had enough, Okay. I have four years of a proven track record. I could do this. Believe in December. That was the year that I decided it was June. I'm gonna leave in December. I'm gonna put my notice and leave. And I actually got a month or two later and noticed that visor was doing layoffs and that they're gonna be laying off a lot of people with the severance package. I would have their own personal prayed for it. Please let me get my and I was laid off because they're over staffed and I got paid to leave in action. Already. Vision board leaving December. Oh, my gosh. It worked out in my favor. I was super happy because I now have extra money to put back in the business and it was easy, breezy, But from that point on It was a faith walk because I had something always to fall back on. But I still work hard. Even when I had that corporate job. I still wanted to be successful. And I just rammed up even more. So after I left advisor. Wow. Okay, So you were full time in a executive position in Seok and adviser, So okay. Okay. I'm going to start that sentence of infrared editor cigarettes. So you're full time and running a business. And were you a mama's time? Yes. I actually had an eight year old. Old and then one in two year old Wow. Okay for a lot of women, And there's a huge fear around work, life balance and not being enough in all different aspects of their lives. So do you have any advice for these women when it comes to juggling so many things as you were at that time, and I'm sure still today? Yes, well, hands down. Your partner, your life partner Willy matters. I could not have done it without my husband. I know it. We and we also help we had in any of course, But my husband helped to pick up balls that I would drop it while I was trying to grow the business and was a partnership. So always advisable to be careful. And Mary well, and that is the main Mary money. It means Mary. A person's going to support you. Because because you're successful, determined on that relationship, because either they support you and help you flourish or they won't and you can't. Actually, that could be your demise. Yeah, that it's so so true. Yes. So what other advice you have for aspiring female entrepreneurs? Thie? Biggest thing I was suggests and require what I mentor..

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"mary money" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Of the airwaves and moderator of tonight's upcoming cop in his cavalcade of conversation I'm hoping that's what will be anyway so how's it hanging are you dealing with our present situation now the other viruses now being felt in every state in the country and in most countries around the world tonight as we speak eighty million people in the U. S. are under orders to stay in place to stay home if they can businesses are closed hospitals are filling up unemployment is spiking hoarding is rampant Sherman stashing is reached its zenith and it's becoming hard to keep up with all the new developments because news is spilling out pretty much every hour I'm broadcasting tonight for my fortress of solitude locked and loaded the larger is well provisioned we're pretty good shape here you know when it comes to at least two precious commodities ice cream and cat food and I think I fear that if this lockdown last too much longer though well I imagine myself in a tough spot helped a barter to survive trading ice cream for Friskies salmon shreds in those few lines drive a hard bargain I don't know about you but for me there's a distinct feeling of unreality to what's unfolding it feels like kind of a virtual reality simulation or are a bad dream I can't seem to wake up from it or it feels like I'm trapped in a zombie movie where you know other actors keep making dumb decisions of the whole plots building to a not so happy ending as it doesn't feel unreal to you tonight we're gonna go to hand the microphone over to to you for the first two hours anyway I'd like to hear from people on the front lines and by that I mean medical workers you know people putting their lives on the line to show up in hospitals or medical clinics every day and every night trying to save lives or truck drivers out there delivering pretty much everything we need to survive the next few months or grocery store employees I was in the supermarket the other day to get the last few items needed for the duration and I can see it on their faces how stress they are not talked to a couple of them about it knowing that any one of the hundreds of people they encounter every single day might be infected it weighs on you are taking grief dished out all day long by people are angry about this or that because someone bought all the eggs with the meat of the pasta or the milk or of course the paper products as if it's their fault I I swear there will be some level PTSD for these grocery clerks by the time this is over I mean they have that look in their eyes like they just returned from a firefight I'd like to hear from some of them about what it's like I'd like to hear from first responders cops firefighters EMTs we have no choice but to go to work no matter what the risk might be you know there is a thin line it's always there to separate us to protect us from crumbling into chaos and that's not an imaginary threat you see it on television if you're watching the news it's real you see how a situation like this one sometimes brings out the worst in some people scammers the selfish the attitude that you know we've all we've seen all this news I don't care what the threat is screw the rest you all do whatever I want a lot of that going on out there and it seems like the universe is dishing out some serious karma too I would not wish this virus on anyone but it is pretty weird some of their late breaking developments today we saw the stories all week about throngs of young people flocking to Florida beaches for spring break ignoring the warnings because they Sarah I'm young I can't get sick well now we know some of them are sick or five college kids from one school confirmed today positive with the virus about thirty percent of the people who are now hospitalized for this virus are young they're forty and under also today we heard that the first U. S. senator diagnosed as positive senator rand Paul is now being treated in isolation you know two weeks ago rand Paul's dad the former congressman issued a statement that the virus was a hoax and it seemed like his son was sympathetic that he wasn't buying a week ago senator Paul was the only U. S. senator to vote against the first first corona eight eight bill now he's got we heard commentators talking about the risk of prisoners getting infected because you know I got millions of people behind bars in this country they're in close confines in prisons and jails and it might spread well it's happened new York's Rikers island prison I think it's twenty one or twenty two confirmed cases among inmates and staff one of those confirmed as infected Harvey Weinstein the movie mogul recently sentenced for sex crimes I don't know how karma works exactly but it did occur to me when I heard that news and I guess every inmate in the country's probably worried about what might happen next many them behind bars are just awaiting trial or not convicted of anything I saw a story today about how the department of justice wants to use the virus as a pretext for suspending habeas corpus would allow the DOJ to imprison people for an indeterminate time period without needing to level charges or have a trial meanwhile whatever concerns people might have about creeping socialism those are out the window now Congress is debating how much to hand out as a one trillion as at two trillion Hey why not five trillion dollar magic Mary money anyway you know whatever they do I hope the people who need it the most help the unemployed the underemployed those without benefits the lowest wages and incomes who are the least able to take care of themselves locked themselves in their homes and survive for a couple of months I'm not sure if that's gonna happen but it looks like a lot of big corporations are gonna get billions for sure but I guess it's not socialism is if it's for corporations anyway we're gonna open the phone lines for the first two hours tonight and as I said I want to hear from regular folks we're dealing with this doing their best to get by working out putting themselves at risk and also from people who are trying to make things better there's a lot of that out there displaying some compassion and kindness and trying to help their fellow citizens a lot of them under way we should look to each other right now because it's not going to get better not for a while it's gonna get worse even in those parts of the country that have not yet been hit hard to get around to you eventually I did a friend to help take your calls tonight he's an actor and comedian many of you remember him from the hit series are they a comedy troupe at kids in the hall you've seen him on a couple of TV series it will talk about in a moment Dave Foley was my guest here once before he has a cool and comforting demeanor and I'm hoping that what we can do tonight is take it down a notch or two listen to each other I'm not so much interested in the political arguments the conspiracy theories right now those theories have been given a lot of space on social media you're welcome to your beliefs but I'd rather focus on the human consequences the Uman stories of us struggle and triumph and hope so I hope you'll call Dave Foley joins me momentarily to take some calls in to chat in the second half the night a more traditional coast subject but from the other side of the world Africa or off the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean the Republic of Mauritius which it turns out they that's a pretty dramatic UFO cases an attorney in that country has become a central figure in the UFO community there JP Hague I had a chance to read over a few weeks ago and think you'll be as impressed as I was with this research and this case studies and that's coming up a little bit later hi webmaster lex loan hundred I have called some stories from odds and ends news sources around the world we call it naps news you can find it on the coast website among the stories tales of terror from food delivery workers will do this job are more vital now than ever they deliver pizzas and Chinese food and groceries and other necessities to people who are centrally isolated trapped in their homes because either they're in a high risk group or by the order of the states I hope some of them will call in tonight and tell us about what's been going on out there we have a report about the their situation on the coast site also the science behind panic what do we hoard things even though we don't need to and then some positive takes on the social situation how historic quarantines resulted in amazing productivity breakthroughs great books plays songs discoveries got a think piece about how this lockdown might change society in the long term and then a fun story about those of you who have time on your hands and you can now use it to do some paranormal research live webcams say looking for Nassir Sasquatch UFOs how will some you spend your time at home we'd like to hear about it those stories and more in naps news while you're on the coast website check out all the other content we've got a lot of stuff there you can find out if you want to become a coast insider the cost is pennies a 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"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is brought to you by the Massachusetts state lottery so I will be partly to mostly cloudy will drop in the middle twenties and some of the colder spots thirty four for a low in the city then a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow the high forty clouds will thicken up more and I will drop to twenty six in the suburbs thirty four in the city shower in spots on Friday especially the afternoon mostly cloudy breezy a milder with a high of fifty one turning out mostly sunny Saturday stay on the mild side hi forty nine I thank you weather meteorologist Kerry sh winded hammer WBZ Boston's news radio right now partly cloudy skies a temperature of forty degrees in Boston this holiday season join the state of winning by playing the newest tickets from the mass lottery with up to one the ninety million dollars in prizes try crossing the domain Mary money blow out in the winter ice family of tickets for your chance to win by all five for twenty dollars must be eighteen or older to play three fifty five on WBZ we continue to follow breaking news here in the city of Boston this afternoon three people a woman and two children are dead their bodies discovered on a sidewalk adjacent to a parking garage in Boston this noon the woman had two children rushed to the hospital but today were all pronounced dead Boston police now in charge of what they're calling a death investigation no other details released at a news conference cells just a short time ago at about three thirty this afternoon we will be hearing more about to this is a developing story in the city next at four o'clock when we check the day's top stories and WBZ's Kevin Coleman has the latest from police headquarters Russian president Vladimir Putin says his nation has a strong edge.

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"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Drive the expressway looks good route three up and down the south shore is fine and rich twenty four ninety five or clear to and from Rhode Island David Struff Pelino WBZ traffic on the three I let's check that for day WBZ accu weather forecast with Brian Thompson well the wind will be the big story today gusting as high as fifty miles per hour more clouds and some sunshine a high near fifty but with the gusty wind accu weather real feel temperatures will be in the thirties clear blustery colder tonight low twenty nine cold tomorrow some sun followed by clouds and less wind a high of thirty nine still seated freezing rain will develop late tomorrow night and continue into Tuesday morning a low between twenty five and thirty two can be one to three inches of snow and sleet accumulation with the highest amounts north west of Boston that's were also the best chance for a prolonged period of icing now that to mix will switch over to rain near the coast Tuesday afternoon lingering sleet and freezing rain northwest one twenty eight highs will be in the thirties and a high of thirty eight on Wednesday with some sunshine maybe an afternoon snow showers I thank you but we do our just Brian Thompson WBC Boston's news radio forty three degrees this morning in Lawrence forty four degrees in Quincy forty to implement fan here in Boston we are at forty three degrees at six twenty five this holiday season join the state of winning by playing the newest tickets from the mass lottery with up to one hundred and ninety million dollars in prizes try crossing the domain Mary money blow out in the winter ice family of tickets for your chance to win by all five for twenty dollars must be eighteen or older to play your love give during this it is six twenty five let's take a look at your next job one of the hardest jobs today's cyber security experts it's been that way for the past few years they're basically the online sheriff that are fighting the increasingly desperate battle against computer viruses hackers and more the national average salary for advertise cyber security jobs is now up to ninety three thousand dollars a year and demand for talent significantly outstrips the supply of available workers in every U. S. state we've made some progress within seven to fifty thousand people work in cyber security jobs in the US that's impressive it's a job that basically did not exist until the nineteen nineties cyber security programs at colleges and universities have increased thirty three percent in the past few years IBM now offers its own free cyber security learning academy if you have any interest in technology you might consider cyber security as a career he can offer a secure future for hundreds of thousands of young people today your next job I Steven Greenberg miss Jamaica crowned with the Miss World title twenty nineteen the winner Tony and saying one of one hundred thirty women from countries worldwide competing.

"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"mary money" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"mary money" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Took a great adventure to see any money issues Eddie money fan and any money fan we listen to the near walk on water was great any money song give me some water was any great any money so and of course take me home tonight with the the love the money specter who he said you know she's a queen a rock wall I treated like a queen and when you hear that song you see why he do that song which is still does in concert amazing but Mary money story so it's great adventure I'm taking my wife we we just started dating anybody's playing the great arena at great adventure which is an outdoor arena we go it is pouring rain they have canceled the show so I would we do rag great adventures raining we go into a place called the best of the west there we eat we come out of the best of the west we hear noise come from the great arena we go into the great arena and there is any money in the pouring rain with no music you know no guitars all extricity standing on the stage and he's saying he's singing his songs to a group of people who are huddled around the stage soaking wet and we join then roll watching any money any money did the show in the rain. yeah by myself it was great to use one of those guys you know you should everybody's hands came up to the edge to stay just talking to everybody and sing a song and I was great and my other any money story which you know you when you you know the faces you see people and. we're walking we're in resorts again my wife and I am dating at the time we're Daniel in Exeter forget which casino was but we were walking down the hall of the casino the two of us and he's walking back the other way. and you know like you know the guy but you don't really know the guy yeah like I know the face I don't know who he is as it clicked in at the moment so we're walking by and we both he and I both look at each other and you know he's a man I was going to let go of it you the owner maybe I said Hey man how's it going he said look how he said it because I would have to say there is a good a good how are you going to kind of looked at each other smile walk past each other and she says to me but city money. and I will have one of course is any money with no friggin idea I don't think it was a well made any money knows me as if they can he was saying that that everybody passes in the hallways eighty for your money but again a great guy seventy way too young to lose any money and he's one of those guys when you put a CD in you know you go to be entertained the psalm of this at the king of queens he did an episode where Kevin James wins a lot of money that you got to spend that day in the higher ready money to play the saxophone but I bring this up we are trying to find a way like what do you do how do you want to talk about any money Hey near you don't want to go will whose death should be the most I don't know that any monies death is going to bring anybody to the knees but he was a really good guy really class act so I'm gonna ask you maybe I'll do it this way in a one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five in all your encounters with celebrity. who did you find who the people who've celebrities that you failed to just truly be a class act. one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five you know I've maybe you may did you meet them you know maybe like celebrity encounters did you happen to meet him after show did they go over above and beyond the call of duty during a show I mean I was with Bobby Collins last month in that regard the Mike went out and I've seen I've seen comedians lose their mind you know I've seen people just stop and stare at the audience Bobbi without a microphone just kept on going and the crowd loved it you know who the who do you ever see the former is that you've seen or met did you just found really really great people you know that you were surprised by how great they actually are in person or who is the you know the the performers that you went to see they just went over above and beyond the call of duty yeah any money did not have to come out on stage a great adventure. and singing in the rain literally seen in the rain to please those people who were basically getting him for the price of admission. one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five you know I'll give you one right now he's all over my website Artie Lange. when you meet already laying in our dealings meaning here you know he's out of rehab that I could be happier for any human being that I am there are you lying is out and on the road to recovery it really looks like it's going to stick this time but when you meet all the lady talked already he genuinely cares about you you look at you you're going to watch the video on his Twitter and it's on my my page. he cares more about people than he cares about himself. and this is the way he is. one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five I want to give you guys time Ralph is so free and I got room for you you meet those people in your life who genuinely here you just feel like they go over above and beyond the call of duty you know you go to see the show maybe you you meet them in a bar you meet them after the show or somehow some way you know chance encounters and you find out the my god he's a really good people I'm so cool I I I am so it is so cool that I got to meet this person I got to have this time and I'm really care about me to remember this time you know a lot of times like a lot of celebrities or people you know sometimes it goes so fast they don't they they remember athletes especially the dexter not the extra was that guy's name the mark is a large wooden sign the autograph for that kid at the giant cowboy game last week kid asking for the autograph wrong Jersey song jojo a big dope and then later he apologized for it..

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"mary money" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:31 min | 3 years ago

"mary money" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So give us a call. Then appreciate the. James? I wish you well. Thank you very much. Righty? Nieces and nephews are just lovely. Yeah. But it's the reality is we see money go to young oh often. And not always a good thing. Not always a good thing. You could see it in your own family with your own kids. If you have more than one child, you can see that they're all little different. Your. Yeah. You have more than one child. Although my daughter Houston couldn't save a dime when she was younger actually decent saver. Now. You see? Yeah. She still lives a little high off my my kids what I've found out is there actually all good savers, but they're super good spenders. And they just get it from their mother. The money the money a worker. He never come to me. My daughter knows. My wife tease me because last. How much data? My son was ahead is in college had a semester abroad in Europe. Right. Okay. Which I feel grateful that I can help sport that frankly because junior college and I worked my way through. And I was complaining to my wife like how much money it's costing us to have him there. He was in Switzerland. Which? Zero super expensive. And so the next day he calls, and he was on a train to Paris. Of course. I guess I said do you need some more money? So my wife's like last night, you're complaining about how much money and then the next day you wanna send them some money. So he could have did he say he? You asked. But. Yeah. Fortunately, just one semester. Not and he knows that once he graduates is on us on. That's it. If you're up about another. That's right. Well, maybe when we go to eat its Dutch tree. Yeah. It's no offense to the Dutch. You pick up that Bill. JJ Norris buffet. And let's continue on here. One. Triple eight to Hanson is the contact number here. One triple eight to H A N S O N where in Sacramento with Nick. Nick you with hansonmcclain. Hey, how you guys doing today? Awesome. How you doing Nick? Not too bad. Just had a quick question. Forty-three screwed up and didn't start my 4._0._1._K early enough. But I'm trying to play catch. Oh, you're not sixty three saying that. So forty three's. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So my question is my buddy was telling me that I should have a a Roth IRA along with my 4._0._1._K right now. I put well when I don't have overtime. I put six percent into my 4._0._1._K and what I do overtime. I'll put it in a different four to six percent. And he's telling me that instead of putting it into the 4._0._1._K is put into a Roth. So I just wanted your advice on it. Maybe what's your family income ballpark income? My ballpark is about forty thousand. He's right. Yes. Let me ask you. This. Does your 4._0._1._K offer a a Roth provision to it? Not that. I know of it just has a set plan that I can't change it to two thousand forty plan. That's the investment inside of it. So and by the way, it has more than that available to. But that might not be a bad thing for you. But that that isn't necessarily a bad thing. But when we talk about a Roth 4._0._1._K versus a traditional 4._0._1._K, it's how the dollars are taxed on the way in or not taxed on the way in Atlanta. Itself. So you when we asked the question, you told us what the investment option was inside one of the investment options inside the plan with by the way, there's many others. So with a traditional with the 4._0._1._K with the traditional 4._0._1._K what you're taking advantage of you get a tax deduction money put in. So let's say you're forty let's say you make forty thousand and you put in two thousand bucks about the air your taxable income is such that it looks like you only made thirty eight thousand so you get that tax deduction going in it grows tax deferred. But then when you're retired and pull the money out you pay taxes on it at that time. You have to report it as taxable income a rock a Roth, and whether it's a Roth 4._0._1._K or a Roth IRA a Roth. You don't get that tax deduction going in. It's still grows tax deferred. But as long as you, wait until retirement and pull it out retirement time, it's tax free at retirement. So what we want you to do is. Right. I mean, you're. Relatively low income your income. Correct. So your tax rates low, which means that you wanted to go in on a Roth is the tax the tax deduction. Probably means nothing to you it zero it has no benefit, but you'll pay taxes may have to pay taxes on the dollars. When they come out of why we liked the 4._0._1._K over an IRA, though, it sucked out of your paycheck before you have a chance to spend it and it gets a match. Yes. And my company matches hundred percent of the first six so for me daddy. Do you wanna do is you want to go to the company and asked them, do you have a Roth provisions on the 4._0._1._K majority of 4._0._1._K plans? Have that do we have? Yes. Okay. I didn't I guess you didn't use to participate in it until the California increase the tax rates, and you just despite Galvao which backs I did the same thing about that. Isn't that funny? Make a financial decision on your own behalf. Anyway. So you wanna go to your player, California? They don't anymore in my mind. That's right. I forgot I did that you go to your employer and ask if they have a Roth provisions on their 4._0._1._K, if they say know, could you say is it possible that we're going to get a Roth provision soon on the 4._0._1._K? It doesn't cost them anything. It costs them nothing. It's pretty common that most plans add them when the employees request them. It's not uncommon if they say, no, we're not going to put one in. What you wanna do is? You wanna make your contributions to your 4._0._1._K at the six percent to the match and the remainder you wanna put into a Roth IRA, but when you put it into the Roth IRA, we want you to do it on a monthly basis that comes automatically. Checking account. But right now, he's using when he has overtime pay. Oh god. It seems pretty disciplined in it. Because he did call radio show asking how to save more money. So. I'm very disciplined when it comes to money. Okay. So then then do the Roth IRA, but preferably you would do it in Roth in your 4._0._1._K? The whole thing in Iraq would be ideal in your 4._0._1._K. Alrighty, okay. Okay. All right, Nick. Remember, this just stay out of debt right is much as you can don't live beyond your. And Mary money. I agree with that. I will definitely do it. Thanks. Definitely do Mary moving very much because it's so in common so easy to find. It is see I want someone. Chelsea intelligent, good conversationalist i-it. That's really quiet wife too. Bad. Fortunately, my wife does. But my sister-in-law listened to the podcast. So. Gasparilla get back probably somehow anyway, I've been happily married coming up. This this week. Thirty. Thirty fifth wedding anniversary. Wow. Thirty four thirty five. Yeah. One of those two I was talking to. So I had a meeting a couple of weeks ago. No gotcha. I had a meeting with my sister. She owns a restaurant. That help around in some and one of her husband's family members came over to help. He ninety years old to celebrate his ninetieth birthday. Okay. I invited him. We invited them to this meeting shoppers attack ninety. Yeah. He owned a bunch of restaurants and stuff with yours ninety and it's just celebrated sixty ninth wedding anniversary. And I said what percentage of marriages make sixty-nine years? He didn't know. But I'm thinking it's gotta be like point zero zero zero one percent two percent. Their their king was married. Sixty nine years in not in a row..

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