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"masur" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"Your expenses. Monthly is also whenever i sit down and i update my projection spreadsheets for my little revenue and expenses. So i'm seeing. What did i project. I'd be making this month. What did i projected spending this month. And then how much did. I actually make an spend and any sort of previous month Part of this too is making sure that my bookkeeper has my books ready for me. Within those i seven or so days of any given month because within those i seven or so days i want to sit down and knew exactly what was happening in my business or businesses in that prior month so i can quickly and make the adjustments that i need to make and the month moving forward. This is also when. I'm checking on of team status or my own status whenever it comes to reading something or marketing something. I know on a very short term basis. What i'm doing over the next month. It helps me gauge. What's what needs my attention most in the really immediate future and then i'm also sitting down weekly and planning out my week ahead. This is a little less. Co perhaps and a little more personal management but in episode number two forty six time management for business owners. I talk about my weekly process for planning my week ahead but really i think where my ceo hat comes in on. That weekly basis is that. I am meeting with my team every single week to check on the progress of all open projects to reflect on anything that has recently ended and sort of setting the stage for anything that will be happening in the really immediate future. If you don't have a team you can still do this schedule out an hour a week really thirty minutes a week of. It's just you to check in to make sure that everything is progressing as it should because it is that big picture view and making sure all the things in your business are moving for. That really makes you the ceo. Even if you're by yourself and then for some of us sometimes you have to put the ceo hat on every single day. This is especially true if you have a team but you can also think of it in your business if you are so procure as masur that you are really staying on top of the things in your business. That's really going to move you forward again. I think i'll probably be bringing up episode to forty six time management for business owners a couple of times here but i talk very much so in that episode about really prioritizing even your task every single day that action itself. Is you being the ceo of your business. Making sure that you are spending your time on the things that really are going to be moving your business forward okay. So that's number one. That was a big one making plans to projections. That's what it can look like on that. Yearly basis quarterly basis monthly weekly and even daily. Let's move ahead through this. So second i have knowing your numbers and in that case really your metrics because knowing your numbers is a habit because you don't just do it once and you're done numbers or sending that you should consistently be knowing. If is a habit you have to put into place and numbers are definitely more than just your revenue. Your numbers include your expenses your profitability overall or your profitability for individual offerings or clients or products that you create knowing your numbers also includes many months going to take for you to be profitable or reach him sort of break even point in your business if you are just starting out or you're not profitable yet. You also need to know things leg. The cost per offering or per product. And even how many hours it takes you to do something and how many hours it takes you to do something versus a team member doing it. There are lots of numbers in your business that you need to know. I actually often say when talking to business owners especially when they are uncomfortable with numbers is business numbers. It is so many other things. It's also you know this is all you put into. It is serving your clients and all of these things with the difference between Really a business in a nonprofit and this is not really true because nonprofits definitely have to care about their numbers but a business has to play that number game. You are here for a profit. If you're not here for profit than you are not a business. You are a nonprofit which is fine if you choose to be so. But i'd imagine that most the people listening this are not it's also important to have this habit because in your business. Your numbers will change constantly. You're going to change vendors. The prices of things are going to change. Supply change change. And you have to change where you get things markets change. You may need to change your prices as someone else changes their prices. Whatever it may be your numbers will be consistently changing and it's up to you. The ceo of your business to make sure you know what they are and you know what they are because knowing your numbers is what's going to help you reach your revenue and profitability goals. So of you are not staying consistently aware of how the numbers that make your business. Run are changing. You are not able to set out adequate goals to work for in your business. So i encourage you very much so to get curious about the numbers that make your business run and make it a habit of yours that you know what those numbers are. This is something that checking in quarterly important idea but definitely every year. You should know how much it costs for you to produce your things. You should know how much money you need to make her. Run your business money. You want to make an prophet. There are many numbers that you need to know in your business and they will say to that if numbers freaks you out this does not mean that you have to do your own numbers you do not have to be your own bookkeeper right. You can find a numbers partner someone who will actually do the numbers for you and communicate to you what those numbers are so that you know them so that in that case the only real habit you have to develop as meeting with the person who knows your numbers so they can relay that information to you so that you can make decisions for your business with.
"masur" Discussed on Box of Thoughts
"Up just like being friends with people that i didn't get along with or i didn't like have the same beliefs like social feelings. As that. you know what i mean and then like eventually. It just gets to the point where it's like. Oh i can't keep hanging out with this. I feel like. I'm saying something bad. And i want to stop at some point here. I'm going to start over editing as big up right here. I think. I know what you're saying like you're just so that's i think that's very relatable like people are just so happy to have like start getting friends that they they get a bunch of friends and then they're like well like what is a friend. I come to a lot of. Peer pressure is what i actually like. That's the first time i've ever felt like. I understand why i do the things i do. I'm just very easily influenced and like peer pressure -able so then i started like just finding myself in front groups or it's like basically being friends with bullies and then like i was acting like a bully and a lot of ways because that's what i thought was cool. You know what i mean like. It felt like everyone. I was friends with was always like talking shit about everybody else and like like different person to their face behind their back. And it's like you just like all this like crazy shit where i'm like. Oh you must hate this person and then like hanging onto the next day. And then i started doing shit like that like is started becoming like a nasty person because like i didn't know how else to hang out with people because like i never had friends growing up and then the only friends i had were just always talking shit about like other people so i was like i guess this is what friends mr. Yeah and then. Like i just kind of became more and more aware of it and i was like oh i don't i don't like this and i don't wanna like because you like you. You hear all the shit they say about us. Who of course. yeah like. You always assume that they're talking shape but then sometimes you like hear what they're actually saying like. Why am i. Why my friends with these people. This isn't fun. This feels like everyone just like hates each other all the time and nobody likes each other. Why why is this happening. I don't know so then. I just started hanging out with people who mark cool it's hard. It's hard even as an adult because there's the friendship of. Oh we all do the same things together. So we're like friendly. We have like a social group. But like when you're thinking of the term friends like i met a lot of people like doing comedy in l. a. that anytime i'd be out to lunch areas like at work like if i was with my co worker. I would run into somebody that i knew. And they're like god you know everybody. I'm like yeah that's my friend. That's that's my friend. Just because we we know each other comedy. And then i realize like oh my god like are they my friends. I don't know their parents. They don't know my parents. I don't know anything about them really. And i'm using friends and they're just acquaintances. They're not a friend. But i think that's just polite. Yeah but i think it was really bothering me. Because i was like those are my friends. Those are my friends. And i'm like yeah. Would they help me with something like would they. Would they take care for like a really really funny masur friendship. That's really fun you know. Yeah totally yeah. It's it's rough out there until you find your like like when i figured out what friendship was. I was like got it. You know what. I mean like as you just have to find those kind of people that my measure a friendship now is like if you don't feel so good around them they're not your friend if they don't make you feel like the coolest fucking person on earth. Then they're not your friend like my confidence and self love skyrocketed. When i found my friends that i'm like like the people who are in my life like so close. Who see you and want you to be that way. They might say some stuff do that. That's like hey you're screwing up. It's because we know you're freaking cool and right now you're not being cool. I tell you it works that way too. Yeah where you can just have adult healthy conversation with someone instead of hearing that. Someone's like mad at you because like you know what i mean so it just like. When i started hanging out with these people i started loving myself because they they just let me see who i was and you know what i mean and another measure i have for friendship is like oh well who makes me feel good to be around is like one whatever the other is if i would be embarrassed to pick you up in my corolla you are not my friend. Be embarrassed to pick them up. Yeah leave. I was embarrassed. Like oh y'all pick you up and we'll go like. Oh i see what you're saying i see. Yeah like if that like if i if i feel uncomfortable with the idea of like letting you know i drive a crawl and like actually dragging annette then. We're not cool because we.
"masur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Charlie thanks so much you're listening to Bloomberg businessweek chasing Kelly Carol Masur here on Bloomberg yeah that's what he just runs a silly silly looked really is in the house we live against his leg it's difficult to visit Wilmington trust thirteen billion in assets under management economists were funny nice to have you here with us is in our interactive brokers studio I no idea when he walked in easy and we done yet so here we are you know what twelve hours how many hours away from the monthly jobs report will be all over it I think there's some optimism over expectations will be another strong report what are you anticipating another definitely some high expectations after the EDP eighty P. reports on your way to like where we've got kind of a love hate with a it's a good report they've got a large sample size but they also sort of re calibrate their numbers to the BLS reports so it's a little bit biased you know they're not independent of one another as far as what we're expecting a jobless claims today that everybody is like oh my god just when you think you know you can either positive number on the labor market the labor market is strong it's very strong now we are below consensus we think a hundred twenty five thousand private jobs if you look at the Bloomberg consensus just for private jobs it's a hundred and fifty thousand so we are below consensus and we are more focused on the private because we're gonna start to see some of the impacts of the senses hiring here in upcoming months so it's just an adjustment thing right it is is a mentally just kind of have to adjust and say what what your interest in here saying what is the private market doing or people still hiring and are they able to find those people even though we are below consensus we don't really think that that is a negative or doesn't bode well a hundred twenty five thousand even on a hundred thousand is enough to keep driving consumer spending so fundamentally were positive about the economy a little bit below consensus on jobs but we're actually gonna be paying a lot of attention to two things it's revisions to previous years and also the wage growth numbers which we find to be important and I should average hourly earnings mother from month we're looking for a three tenths of a percent increase verses one tenth of one percent in the prior month so that would be a pretty decent bump up that would be a nice bump up and that would be welcome because the average hourly earnings numbers have been moving down in here every year since since a year ago since February of a year ago and as those move down you get a little bit more concerned about what what's going on here they should be moving up with such a low unemployment rate but for investors it's actually if good if there's sort of a middle of the road and they're not a list from because I mean it's a keep the fed on the sidelines all right so the fed on the sidelines we think that that's going to continue and yet one of the factors out there certainly is this coronavirus sake I know you guys have been studying this trying to understand the economic implications is a great story in the upcoming edition of Bloomberg business week about the economic application so far but we're goes from here is unpredictable how do you guys my would have you look at it how do you think about yeah it's very unpredictable we we say right away that we are not epidemiologist we are investors so we're so you know we're grappling with the same information that everybody else has but fundamentally what is it going to do to the Chinese consumer and increasingly what is it going to do for supply chains in manufacturing because you know you can do all call you want to looking at sars from seventeen years ago but that was before we had such tight integration of supply lines that's what we're really focused on is are these companies are the fox cons our test was gonna be up and running again as Toyota you'll be able to manufacture ultimately we still think it is gonna look a lot like sars where you're going to have a big bite to Chinese GDP growth in the first quarter yeah a bit of a bounce in the second quarter for the year it's probably gonna be down but the virus looks that looks contain for the most part within China's were fairly optimistic can I just ask you though the virus is one of those things that you got to write about it because everybody's writing about it and it's in the headlines consulate but you really don't know much right because you can guess the make projections but until it's done and over and we do really have containment you don't really know what's going to happen it's very much in headlines it can be very scary it's not in it and it's terrible I don't take away from the queue but it's not it's not even as definitely as you know the seasonal flu that it takes so many more light everywhere not even close but what what you folks on investor is is it gonna make people stay home is it gonna mess up production and right now we take the view that we don't think it's gonna be a major factor in the several months from now to be pretty much pretty much in the background right and it was interesting to catch up with one of our calmness Burke Sutherland who's writing about sort of industrial versus consumer and spending and what not and you know we may see a dense even if it's small and consumer spending around this just because of the lack of travel and tourism and and all these things but presumably if it's contained that will be content yeah and it's and it's not just the Chinese economy right it's also US company I'm fifteen so many US restaurants that are shutting down if it stays contained in your looking for big big swings on the consumer side I think during sars apparel cells in restaurant sales had negative multiple digits in the twenties and as it and as I said we think that the biggest thing is whether they keep the production facilities open and there's some optimism there you know the Chinese authorities have a have a great interest in being able to keep their economy going getting the workers to the facilities obviously that's hard to do but we think that they're working on that and then ultimately it's not gonna take that big of a dental global growth we had an investor call with the for our for our clients this week and told them we were not changing our positioning around this interesting just quickly twenty twenty second you said the fed on the silencer unit don't anticipate any rate cuts we don't we don't anticipate any rate cuts from this likely they've got five weeks here so before the next meeting the timing works out for maybe not fires but for other reasons if the economy takes a surprise turn downwards then certainly they would cut rates were not expecting that okay interestingly there's a much higher bar to hike on the other side of it some of expectations that the fed.
She Was a Star of New York Real Estate, but Her Life Story Was a Lie
"Thanks but you are listening at to Bloomberg businessweek case Kelly and Carol Masur with you here in New York City and speaking of New York City this story it was in The New York Times it's one of the most random most read story in the past it out it's incredible we're not gonna do it justice you know go and read it but it's about a very well known late at a real estate broker here in New York City and it is a wild tale tell us about faith hope Consolo right and it just talks about she passed away died unexpectedly in late twenty eighteen to seventy three years old and you least satire who wrote her this story said you know I wrote her a **** wary which included some of the details about being born into the business benefiting from our father's legacy as a real estate executive she talks that she has talked she had talked about this is faith had talked about her mother being a child psychiatrist you talked about a privilege kinetic upbringing people who were really close to faith this was they believed was the life that she led but as Julie of The New York Times Julie writes that the details that she believed to be true as she went through this a **** where she found you know that a lot of it was why yeah this Sir actually read this this morning as I was reading in gets you know looking at the at the New York times and it its way up on the most right to it so beautifully written in in many ways and it's it's a human interest rate and I was sad that it is it is really sad and Julie say to we should point out she's been on the show he wrote this incredible book about the plaza the Secret Life right most famous hotel she's phenomenal and she just did a really amazing job it telling this tale and if you say it is a little bit sad but this was a larger than life character here in New York City exactly it really was after she read the **** where people start reaching out turn a like wait a minute you know this wasn't exactly the person and she really digs into what was the reality of her past and it was very very different from the story that faith had created and told so many of our peers and our friends anyway it's a mystery we'll put it out on Twitter this is
"masur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This Tuesday Carol Masur along with Michael who's chasing Kelly and this is Bloomberg radio all right so politics markets we like to see where they intersect also like to see win big well known investors are essentially making a call and that's what the story is all about Kimmy gray felt here with us ethics and reach reporter for Bloomberg here not Bloomberg interactive brokers studio and she's got a really interesting story about how one investor at least is starting to take some action looking ahead to twenty twenty hello hi how you doing I'm doing great so tell us about Scott that's an over key so what's really interesting about the stories you've seen a lot of big hedge fund names come out and make calls such as the S. and P. is going to drop twenty five percent of Warren you know takes a presence in our lives before it of course yeah the leading democratic candidates at the moment yes and Scott besten add key square is actually putting money behind it hidden so he's actually looking at the dollar rather than equities and he's saying that now is a really good time to short the dollar FX volatility is extremely low it's near five year low and that makes these dollar put options pretty inexpensive so you should warn start to gain track even more traction in the polls he thinks that would drive down the dollar and just quickly reminded to Scott Benson is because his track record his sort of heritage on Wall Street is well known right yes well regarded I should say maybe not well known well regarded well let me tell you about it so he spent most of his career with George Soros said Soros fund management and he's got some pretty respectable affects chops here he made about a billion dollars in late twenty twelve early twenty thirteen on a bet that the young would fall right so he's experience in this area hi I've been this calls us since then that's a good question I mean it'll be interesting to see how this one pans out and key square was launched in twenty sixteen so less of a track record there but it's about four point five billion assets under management right now and two billion of that initial money came from George Soros right do you think it's interesting to to make a back because we've been talking to a lot of individuals to about like when when is the time to start making that election bat like when is the time to start thinking about that a lot of folks have said it's too early I mean it is a risky back because you don't know the racist a very crowded exactly yeah it is risky and that I mean it's so interesting twelve months out to see this through but that just ties back to that volatility angle that it's pretty inexpensive to make this but now and if you look at the letter that was sent to investors he makes it pretty clear that markets are already in a fragile plays in his view that some of the factors that have drawn overseas investors to the U. S. are starting to fade such as you know superior economic growth technological technological leadership he sees those factors fading already and even the threat of well worn presidency as he puts it would see this exodus of capital what and he also pointed out that letter which I found very interesting sort of the historical precedent here in terms of when when ultimately sort of the better made in when they pay off and when the essentially like the rising and falling tends to happen and a lot of it is already baked in by the time the election actually happens right exactly yeah he had a great example of Ronald Regan so he was looking at stocks and in the seven months ahead of the nineteen eighty election stocks gained thirty one percent right his point is that most of the moves that you're going to see they're going to be in the months before election which is also part of the reason why he's moving now right right right certainly as we get closer and closer right people are more willing to make the battery feel like you have more maybe clarity perhaps right so as you look around just brought it out a little bit as you're sitting there on the on the FX F. X. desk in talking to your colleagues as we get toward the end of the year like what are the three key themes that people are thinking about talking about it and as you talk to investors out there well it's a constant question of worse the dollar yeah going to go next and that's really the key to the US or to the FX universe and I would say it's a pretty lively debate right now but most the people I talked to were feeling lately Farish at least on the parish yeah but let's remember that's been the weak dollar call is from the call of the year for the past three days right so it's it's interesting is going to be interesting to see how it plays out but most people are looking to trade that's the big question that's going to inform all their affects calls and it's really hard to have a lot of conviction right now we don't know what's gonna risk reward if you're willing to ante up this far in advance you know there could be an incredible reward if your call is right right yeah there's it's again if you want to buy dollar puts right now it's pretty cheap exactly and but that's that's what you know what you're doing is a lot of it you know I do wonder too Katie is there a lot of talk on Wall Street when it comes to people kind of picking positions at this part is everybody still for the most part the gets too early I mean in terms of the next year header yeah yeah as of the election outcome and thinking about what what you know who might ultimately end up there then what kind of policies follow as a result and then of course it also has its continued to on what the outcome is in Congress well so that's interesting so Scott is definite or suppressant rather is definitely one of the first people I've seen his actually putting a trade on you know I seen a lot of commentary from sell side analysts you know game planning what different candidates might look like but I really haven't seen anyone other than Scott Basson who has actually put a trade on trying to capitalize on whatever market reaction there may right absolutely all right so last question for you because we have been asking everybody this favorite pie at Hanover thanksgiving this isn't your runners I feel like that the world is your oyster when it comes yes No hedging no hedging you know I've only had it a few times but sweet potato pie wow make it myself and it's never turned out but when yeah yeah I think first and to regenerate everybody's is sort of the and I love pumpkin pie everybody defaults to pumpkins which is cool or face time the canton as I began again get some good always wins a free southerner yeah my mom after a good listener really does not like it Carol mispronounces a concave I felt thank you so much happy thanksgiving FX and rates reporter for Bloomberg a great story one of us read on the terminal because we are starting to get this sense of people you know even outside of the election trying to figure out what twenty twenty holds I see politics sits on top of so many conversations but you think about where we were this time last year thinking about twenty nineteen go back to twenty sixteen when the market's initially certainly the equity markets I mean everybody kind of freaked out with a big sell off and then we can help with the rally so it's like just when after the election yeah after the twenty sixteen election so just when you think you've figured out how investors are going to read something you know that it plays out differently and I feel like we all learn to big lessons last time around absolutely all right well coming up we're in talk little bit more about the world of economics two ways beginning update on the laundry room check in with our Bloomberg economic team and then Cory's joy I'm gonna I'm gonna make it a thing Peter call is going to be a long we love talking and he'll be here whatsoever talk about ways to it great email likely inside I he was then a miracle happened.
"masur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To Bloomberg businessweek with Carol Masur increasing Kelly on Bloomberg radio Carol master very excited to this neck thing and we have about we've been talking about it for a lot of the shows impact investing we're talking a lot about we're talking a lot about the energy but let's be honest we're also talking about a real lack of diversity in opinion and background when it comes to investing down so we're gonna get into all that time with our next guest is it managing partner over at impact engine she's here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio as is our own Janet Lauren indictments reporter and much more here at Bloomberg she's also here with us in New York City so great to have you with us thank you all right so how did you sort of figure out that this was what you wanted to do you worked you know you've worked in Wall Street for a while but this is a new this is a new area and an area that we're hearing a whole lot about when it comes to this type of investing sure in many ways it was a coming home for me when I was twenty years old and transfer it what I want to do with my life and was a young entrepreneur I became very fascinated with the financial system and how it can be used to contribute does to social issues and so I actually started out my courage an entrepreneur in the ASP world creating products and then laughed in one the headphone industry and became the CEO of family office to gain the financial training and credibility to do that so last year when I joined impact engine to start this private equity fund focused on impact investing it was the kind of you know fifteen years in the making can I just say it's kind of fun to go to your website and see of your team seven out of nine are women yeah hi and diversity like it's just shocking right because you do not see that what does what kind of advantage does that give you as you look for investment opportunities we've seen the research by mackenzie and others about the importance of having a diverse you know corporate board diversity io sweeter C. suite tells how that helps you guys yeah absolutely I mean I think first of all it's not just that gender and racial but we come from a very we in a wide ranging experiences in terms of careers and upbringing and it really helps us in terms of sourcing first of all in terms of the deals in the companies and we often get our portfolio companies CEOs and entrepreneurs who come to us aid because we're very mission for then and we understand what they're doing but why they're doing it just as importantly but then we also come from different walks of life they can relate to us and they they they want us as partners ones were invested in a company and we're helping them to grow and scale we also think our collection of experiences or or or really helpful in terms of connecting them the right people and seeing the world from a different place even in terms of the customer's they're serving and really understanding them you know not just in terms of raising capital so is there a correlation between having a diverse P. E. firm in the portfolio companies who you are seeking in who are seeking you out we've seen that so far and some impact investment funds do you have a particular mandate around diversity and inclusion it's it's part of who we are and in our DNA and so it's not an explicit mandate but it is true that if you look at our ventures portfolio more than half of the investments we've been we've made have been in entrepreneurial entrepreneurs are either women or minorities which is as you know the statistics that's just a huge anomaly compared all of our peers even within the impact investing world and so when you've been out to limited partners big institutional investors who your looking to get to to commit what are what are the main questions they are asking in this space specifically because we're seeing more competition candidly some of the big sort of bold bracket P. E. firms you're making a play into this whether it's K. K. R. or others and other notables TVG obviously was there a couple years ago and and that's a whole other adventure but a you know what are you hearing from from institutions yeah I I mean it's a fairly pick market and a lot of confusion and you get the big giant mega asset managers for doing this for one reason you know sometimes it's quite driven sometimes other reason when you get these boutique place start ups were doing and they kind of where you know impact on their forehead and I think in each case people really wondering what what are your real objectives and how are you going to achieve them in terms of financial returns like I'm not gonna give something all right and is this actually impactful is it is what it what am I actually in investing for and so were getting those questions and I think the real do you have the the sweet spot here in this market is getting a firm and a team of people who have done both who have spent their careers at that intersection of working for profit business models actually inspire innovation and fiscal discipline and create real scale and profitability while contributing to a social issue and it's very recent that you the individual who's you know eighteen years old can go about embarking on their career and actually have a path that doing this to for so to for so long people or either said well if you want to you want to do good you got to go into the nonprofit sector the public sector if you want to make money you got to go to Wall Street and this is now a merged and really the last decade but what's changed for you because I do feel like we can go back ten fifteen years and I remember having conversations about people creating either if they were calling an impact fund at that point but just being kind of more socially conscious but what has changed and but sometimes you have to give up some performance you kind of feel like you were doing the right thing in terms of investment but I do feel like something has changed in that you can get performance and also you know do impact investing and have that criteria that both of those you can kinda have what's changed so to say I don't know if I'm right now I think you're right one is there just has been more evidence to suggest this is possible not guaranteed because all the other ingredients that lead to a successful investment company still hold true it's not just impact but the so there has been a bit about longevity but the second thing that I think is enormous is I think it's actually just talent arbitrage if you look at not just millennials but also look at Jen Zee and I'm at the you know a later stage of a lineal work purpose driven and I think the most talented people of our generation we don't live in this binary world react in either you know go make money here go do good here they're saying and if you look at the business schools and look at the interest an MBA students an impact investing you're getting the most talented financial professions I think I'm gonna go use my talents to figure out how to contribute to social issues and that's the difference and I would say ten million is that your song pushing come bodies than to you know be you have that awareness in terms of how they run their business yeah similarly you find entrepreneurs who want to do that yeah right there they're driven by their higher purpose you find investors insults cleaning the Spiegel system right is it always like lived within us but now it's like seeded and labeled them out there so tell us what do you look for in portfolio companies and how do you find those that align with your mission yes Sir we focus of impact on Jan on three things that we think are really important the first is affected us right think about advocacy and outcomes is the product or service actually addressing whatever social issue you're targeting whether it has to do with better outcomes in education or health is actually happening the second is accessibility is it actually serving and selling to employing the people who otherwise aren't getting it can be close in equity gaps and the third thing is scale can this actually be a scalable solution because that's what for profit business models are all right to do all right well it's great to catch up with you prepares managing partner at impact engine keep this up today because we really I think fascinated by Addison one I understand how it evolves and as always Janet Lauren are diamonds reporter looking at all things investing here for Bloomberg news so most read stories on the Bloomberg right now city CEO vows cost cutting success to continuous training club number two don't course out of the trading band yeah when they can't **** and there's some but your top three stories Bloomberg art Mondays almost over for Jason Kelly I'm Carol master this is.
"masur" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Good morning. Andy Masur DeJean White Sox. Beat the Orioles yesterday to nothing taking the series against the Orioles. Yarmur Sanchez driving on early run. Avi Garcia, withhold right as well. Here. The White Sox. A bit of a cushion Reynaldo. Lopez scattering four hits over seven innings. Six strikeouts. Finally gave the series coming up this afternoon. I'll have your pre game at eleven thirty at an DJ. The first pitch at twelve. Oh, five Wilson guitarist rise in the only run of the game cubs. Other reds one nothing at Wrigley field yesterday afternoon. John Lester seventy of to hit baseball season high nine strikeouts. He's now sixteen and six on the season for pictures out of the pen combined to shut down the final two innings series a wrap up this afternoon on the north side cubs have a two and a half game lead onto walkie and the central Akron rallied to beat northwestern. Thirty nine thirty four at Ryan field last night Clayton Thorson threw for a career high three hundred eighty three yards. Three touchdowns. Also pick twice and lost. A fumble on a strip sack in the second half. All that resulted in points for Akron. The Wildcats now one and two. And we'll host Michigan and a couple of weeks. Speaking of Michigan day down SMU yesterday, forty five to twenty elsewhere. The big data was ill annoy not holding a nineteen to seven fourth quarter lead vodka south Florida twenty-five nineteen game played at Soldier Field. BYU upsets number six Wisconsin twenty four to twenty one St. over number fifteen TCU forty two twenty eight and other scores from around the area. Notre Dame gets by Vanderbilt. Twenty two to seventeen bears the home seasonable. The game tomorrow night against the Seahawks at Soldier Field. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers returning to practice yesterday believed to play in the Packers game against the Vikings coming up today and the browser expected to release wide receiver. Josh Gordon tomorrow Blackhawks at the practice again today after yesterday's fans festival for training camp on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball, Andy mazer WGN sports WGN traffic, some stop and go traffic on the Kennedy inbound between Harlem and Sayer this due to an earlier rollover car on the blue line trains are starting to move again. After an unauthorized person was on the tracks or near the tracks. The blue line near Cumberland at taking place earlier this morning watch for an accident. Also on the north side of the city LaSalle at north avenue. Other than that our expressways tollways moving well this early Sunday morning for personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app, it's approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago..
"masur" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Today i give him a b plus on effort on overall execution they're going to get a c what what could have been better well we of course with opportunities out there on the basis bringing everybody and you know what i do like you know they missed him opportunities of course they didn't make the right when they had to make the right pitch those kind of things you see a championship teams do not let take place so where valuating the team that bernie so that's why they're because they're still learning and trying to create memory and the memory bank of how to be successful in these difficult times but down the road it's not going to be complicated it's gonna be reactionary they've been there done that and the respond appropriately and they'll be successful because of it step up or step back today or step nowhere lucas lido in what we do here we got five innings five third six hits five earn six strikeouts in the two homerun do home runs a custody well i i think it's a walk across the board i don't think that stepped forward i don't think he stepped back to one thing i'd like to see at a higher percentage of strikes grown consistently through this game today so there's the one step forward that's for sure but unfortunately he's still having a tough time getting past those two out and not walking somebody that comes around and getting that third out now that has a lot of pitchers not saying it doesn't but lucas obviously it's still trying to take so many steps forward to be consistent with everything that you're gonna pick it something today it's going to be getting two outs and then not completing the task you in that third out in ending before the three run home run andy masur called it we were in the had the wgn booth for pre and post game andy to this is right where it happens this is where it gets himself in trouble with two outs nobody on and sure enough next thing you knew you know run to cross in the plate so my frustrating moment of the day this is the sacs have that great rally it's five five.
"masur" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The movie which was beautifully done richard masur played me in the movie by the way for your what is but the thing he was that she was able to overcome she broke with the man she's a alive today every year or so after that movie was done which was on back in nineteen ninety four she called me tell me how things were going she was she was fine she's a very empowered person and so this is an example of a document a documented case of reincarnation which helped the woman overcome a major issue but let me tell you something that's even more significant i like to deal with progressions to you know i'm the one who developed the field of progress in therapy so let me describe because we have a few minutes before i described his case in a couple of my books called the case of pete now pete is not as real name the clinical psychologist he came to the east coast and he had his hand washing compulsion if you shook his hand to go into the bathroom right except you didn't have the fingernails thousands of people die and he says well dr how what good is this and i said wait a minute that's just one option there are parallel universes as you know my work with the new technique so we go into his ideal path in the future and the same year two thousand eighty eight he is now a nuclear scientists technician august two thousand eighty eight occurs he does not freak out cetera and the and of course everything is fine what was interesting is.
"masur" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Is a very documented case more importantly to meet them the documentation in the movie which was beautifully done richard masur played me in the movie by the way what is but the thing he was that she was able to overcome she broke up with the man she's a alive today every year or so after that movie was done which was back in nineteen ninety four she called me to tell me how things were going she was she was fine she's a very empowered person and so this is an example of a document a documented case of reincarnation which helped the woman overcome a major issue but let me tell you something that's even more significant i like to deal with progressions to you know i'm the one who developed the field of progress in therapy so let me describe because we have a few minutes before the i described this case in a couple of my books called the case of pete now pete is not his real name he's a clinical psychologist he came to being the east coast and he had a hand washing compulsion if you shook his hands mealy go into the bathroom and ham right except you didn't have to fingernails people die and he says well dr how what good is this and i said wait a minute that's just one option there are parallel universes as you know my work with the new technique so we go into his ideal path in the future and the same year two thousand eighty eight he is now a nuclear scientists technician august two thousand eighty eight occurs he does not freak out etc and the and of course everything is fine now what.
"masur" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Other wreck and this is a very documented case more importantly to me than the documentation and the movie which was beautifully done richard masur played in the movie by the way you're what is but the thing he was that she was able to overcome she broke up with a man she's alive today every year or so after that movie was done which was done back in nineteen ninetyfour four she called me telling me how things were going she was she was fine she's a very empowered person and so this is an example of a document a document case of reincarnation which helped the woman overcome a major issue but let me tell you something that's even more significant i like to deal with progressions to you know i'm the one who developed field the progress in therapy so let me describe the case we have a few minutes before the break i described his case in a couple of my books called the case of pete now pete is not his real name is a clinical psychologist who came to being the east coast and he had his hand washing compulsion if you shook his hand mielke go into the bathroom hands houston right except you didn't have the fingernails so what happened was that he you know he was freaking out and he he couldn't he couldn't work basically so in his life a couple of things always wanted him one was the name theresa and the number eight always haunted him his grandmother who is very close with died in august of a certain year etc but the name teresa past life regression theresa was woman who killed him and cast lives all kinds of problems with the name teresa and the number eight so i said what am i gonna do i said i want to get rid of this compulsion so i said let's go into the future let's let's get the all the past leads they're not helping you let's see what the future so i take him into the future the year twenty eighty eight it's tulsa oklahoma he is a technician and nuclear power plants he's very neurotic very high strung and one night in august of two thousand eighty eight notice the.
Louisville rolls past Middle Tennessee and into NIT quarterfinals
"Of the louisville cardinals from our louisville broadcast center here said jenkins after a dominating second quarter performance which sparked the louisville cardinals into a fifteen point halftime lead they weathered everything middle tennessee throughout them over the final twenty minutes and advance to the quarterfinals global defeats the blue raiders eighty four to sixty eight and a bet if you ask the middle tennessee coaches they didn't realize the louisville scouting report what is deep as it dead but the death certainly got to middle tennessee today and especially i think a major factor in the game was nick king picking up three fouls in the first half which limited playing time then when the cardinals took control of the game in the second half king was the best offensive player on the floor but he didn't get enough help i get off the bench today the cardinals got seventeen from jordan more fifteen from ryan mcmahon and eight points from darius perry and cardinals win by double digits on a day when they got absolutely no points from their leading scorer on the season dangle who was the leading score with twenty in the first in it victory over northern kentucky but without him the cardinals found plenty of other they're scoring and enough defensive stops to win at eighty four to sixty eight so again it is tuesday night nine o'clock quarterfinal play in the an it louisville against mississippi state let's bring you up to date again on the first game of the day today at the kfc yelm center which took off at noon that seems like a long time ago and when it tipped off the university lova womb we're ready to go they picked up an eighteen point margin after the first ten minutes against marquette and went on to beat them by that differential louisville wins at seven ninety two seventy two local improves the thirty four and two on the season masur hines allen had twenty four points and thirteen rebounds in her final game at the center and one of the cardinals young players and the star of the future sam fearing had another strong ncwa game fearing hit eight out of twelve shots and scored nineteen points that means that the university of louisville women play at rupp arena in lexington on friday their opponent will be determined tomorrow night when florida gulf coast takes on host stanford also in the ncw women's tournament today top seed in the spokane regional notre dame advanced ninety eight seven.
One student dead, another hurt in Alabama school shooting
"To maine or under winter storm warnings and watches big challenge for teachers and administrators at huffman high school in birmingham alabama how do we call that little is safe after an event like this how do we reassure our children that is the work that we will take on every single day murmuring the school superintendent lease a herring on a shooting at a high school the left one girl dead and a boy wounded police are trying to determine if it was an accident or intentional a new gun bill is making the rounds of the us senate we're here to announce our intention to file legislation to encourage states to do at florida hopefully will do today and that's an act their own gun violence protection orders florida republican marco rubio on the provisions that would give courts authority to take away guns from someone deemed to be a threat the provision is in a bill the florida lawmakers passed a day other items in that masur include raising the minimum purchase age for all guns to 21 requiring a threeday waiting period and setting up rules for arming some staffers but not schoolteachers he's still a spokesman but no longer and owner former nfl quarterback peyton manning has sold all all thirty one poppa john's pizza stores that he owned in the denver area he closed on the deals just two days before the chain and the nfl ended their sponsorship.
"masur" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Sense of it right so i was business masur owes todos to be a lawyer but uh i i i became a business major in and accounting isn't having that bookkeeping in high school so what's interesting to lead you really hit a natural proclivity toward bookkeeping into accounting to numbers would earlier you mentioned the blue route talking that you're you the will you conduct your firms little bit different um you believe unconscious leadership what's not about secaucus leadership is a culture that on mm has evolved the bridgewater wear yes i guess the best example i can give is on it we we we try to build a place where we were were present with each other and where we look at things and and and try to experienced them off what we call above the line we want to be open curious wanting to learn with each other so as those formula q really creating a healthy family a work yeah well it grew out of an unhealthy family so you're on a journey and you try to gist uh what are we really want here will wants to happen it's not really what you wanted for yourself you brought into the business than eurosur providing there for your clients if you think about it place to be safe security you're dealing with her money as exactly right um mm you know it's it's something that work i began doing in my own life personally you know we talked about mindfulness and and and presence and um and and just kind of transforming the way maybe you've been is a woman sitting next to your names lisa poff i think girl lisa leeson how long have you been with the.
"masur" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"That done ninety three wwi dc rob speaking with congressman luke masur had a chance to as the congressman apiece surprise at the republican failure to pass obama care repeal winner place absolutely i was surprised you know i'm i promise for seven years but who years have been working for seven years to repeal obama care that's why we elected sweeping outs majority to sleeping center majority and now he president trough all on the problems to repeal obamacare and and we're places and that's what we told the american people do feel we would do and we need to do it i remain optimistic that we will despite the drama and when we do the american people being a part rob kendall speaking with united states congressmen luke metzer had a chip test congressman masur if he blames the freedom caucus like president trump did for healthcare replacements failure where i'm not so into signing blaming me listen we knew from the beginning that this would be a big complicated subject matter mean health care touches every american and there are a lot of complexity all the problem but i think the the open the question is this will america be be better off if we repeal obama care her place it with the legislation or so i think the answer that is question yes for the read that i describe before the really i think often forgotten this debate terrible people who one little bob care patchy spend hundreds if they into hours of course someone will benefit there are so many working family cannot talk to to see hair they're premium skyrocket go after fifteen allow i'm off with a twelve felt lowry stuck with your stanley bigger thirty thousand hours out of pocket before they even get to their insurance that's not sustainable for anybody and they do something that's why i'm let's interested in for the political question of winners and losers in been much more interested in that i'm wasted lose if we don't get pissed are ninety three wwi dc rob will speaking with you not a six congressman luke masur asked the congressman to give us an update on tap for form another priority for president donald trump well for sort of complicated reason good or rule that we'll get healthcare down a much harder task catcher former nash.
"masur" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"All it's attention right and and basically clear to him talk all of us are too like he pulled this hurts which means you're not clear anymore and then made him a clear out shit in the bottom of the the the horse tables all board of the apollo and then that's why i'm john mike masur in his private journal started calling laugh the fadi that he put what stood shoveling did he did that so what he did men but it by the end its thirty eight on women by the end he just like an email around him he just assumed the wanted his spot where just completely true competition that makes sense yeah for him yet because he's out he's a in in in secure toby man very i today and that's away hubbard intensely close relationship to a gaggle of teenage girls cause some refs between them and how bert's family particularly covered own teenage daughter diana see dial diana was a hoard or administrator though yeah yeah no was caught pull cooled in calculated the culture princess diana he said that she was he was the scary one of his kick men's yeah there was that that he was the scary one like para some others they were there shady ones and then ball get to the coin here in a second but diana had pissed off harboured somehow and so harboured gave one of his girls a message to be delivered but this time he added go spits and diana space so the thirteen year old girl hold off burst into dion is office who was eighteen at the time spat nerve face justice commanded and started screaming at diana in her father's voice an upgraded.
"masur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Whom burton market hers and shooters with carroll masur and corey johnson on bloomberg radio i think everybody let's get to movers and shakers on this wednesday afternoon stocks just finishing off the highs of the session was that we pretty s and p five hundred well most names in the index higher today four hundred forty to to be exact sixty below are three on change i am going to home in on the ticker a two jihad harley davidson that's the question is the number four biggest gain or in the s and p five hundred today stock up for point seven percent to sixty two ninety for sure hard this year up the most eight percent having a fifty two week high today the company i kind of a big bump up if you will who a four year low and it's six celebrating is praise from president trump sign and also signs it's as a picking up a month for the impact of slippage sluggish revenue and earnings over the past year he also an upgrade on the stock this from long but when they said it's checks it dealers revealed stronger than expected sales and that lifted hard today to its highest closing price since april of twenty fifteen system upbeat momentum as a mention corey the number four because skinner and the s and p five hundred today i saw that one for this is just one assist a trip i was on the oh for tonic is a if the options for so so i think talking to week about enough in a star finish for clarkson after about a rough tony support and guided the disappointed and the the the offense are in the overtime it from both in the space of a claro a handful.
"masur" Discussed on KBNP Radio
"Real estate report i'm to me scully going it's apparently getting easier to find a place to rent we're starting to see supply levels really take up particularly in the apartment industry that's coughlin growth rates you know instead of nationally being around four percent probably headed come to wear around two percent maybe two and a half or twenty seventeen just denton size president of research at axiom metrics says that means about thirty two percent more and units possibly available the long term averages around three hundred thousand units career of a little bit mo that grass me around to an eighty thousand you in twenty seventeen we're going to three hundred and seventy thousand and distances is just look at what has happened in the bay area market to figure out what likely happen next in other places and jonathan san francisco was still good just not it's spectacular in the had been the last couple years silky look in twenty seventeen of the market the can play out like that not only not home down here down with the one i would watch didn't says another market where he expects to see slowing job and read growth is seattle and that's who bloomberg real estate report i'm to be spelling grinning this is luber market with carroll masur and corey johnson all i'm bloomberg radio when he's treating hard going into so much there to be found not just of farmers only dot com carroll masur who knew i had no idea and he really him fall in yes chasen jason wager tonight a partner of the impression trey burton to regroup and alston bird looking at the us trade office and then where the a string of might find love and who's going to lead that office to find out love in the world of international trade under a trump administration.
"masur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's what happened in the glory not two thousand with the potion core but for canada to say in advance that the election is likely to be stolen because of voter matt masur voter fraud rigged i think you raise the phrase really ways he's installing too but for for him to say that there's massive voter fraud is going to lead to election being stolen from him and that he may not except that is unprecedented it's also wrong that to suggest that that massive voter fraud is even possible has number of republicans and i have spoken on well because the elections are handled by state organization and in many cases those stayed organizations are in the hands of republicans voter registration this is also got to be a factor because we've seen a big up search in a number of people registered to vote is that also from trump's perspective they pushed back against that voter registration drive which trump has won accurate point here which is that voter registration records are in absolute menace and that's true around the country there are millions of out of date voter registration records and that is a disgrace really that the with the state's haven't cleaned up that system many cases that it's still filed on paper and there are you people move the the addresses or not updated and so there's no question that in a theory there is potential for a lot of fraught to take place but there's also enormous number of checks on on that to ensure that it doesn't happen well okay but on the scale of judgment and perhaps sound you know political accu minute mean.
"masur" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The following is from bloomberg view the opinion section of bloomberg donald trump said he'd uses speech in detroit turned bail a new plan for the economy sadly what he offered wasn't you know and it wasn't a coherent plan trump is right when he says the texans should be simplified that the burden of regulation this too great net this the recovery has left many people hurting but is still consider promises fail to address the issues he proposals to simplify the texas to cut tax trade to repeal the est tax lower texans are great encourage effort and investment but cutting revenue without considering named occasions for spending solves nothing trump also proposals throwback the obama administration's energy policies without regard to how emissions when increase when it comes to trade trump threatens to scrap napa ditch the trends pacific partnership in applied punitive terrace to country citrus china which you regards is cheats these measures would disrupted global supplied chains for us businesses rays races for consumers and stifle competition and innovation policies have consequences and presidential candidates on a sure they understand this so far trump half and mentally does his ideas don't deserve to be called the plan this had to throw was written by the bloomberg fitted for aboard on david shipley for more view please got a bloomberg view dot com and you go on the bloomberg from this has been bloomberg view the bloomberg advantage with cory johnson they filling in for carroll masur is brought to you by bentley university what you tying up the finances a converse and managing asset allocations a jp morgan have in common a business degree from bentley university because business is everywhere prepare here corey johnson i found an interesting editorial on the bloomberg website today i'm bloomberg dot.