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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"Stay in your lane and expand that lane as you go while keeping your same content heats that same community nurturing that we talked about earlier. He don't need you bend over backwards in order to annoy. You just need to be so specifically you young and also two other mindset refrains. The first one is that just as your potential for everybody and then that hurts and it scares you that not everybody's going to buy from you. Your competitor is not for everybody to and if you aren't standing there so boldly saying this is who i am. This is who i am or they can't find you. You're in the business of serving people who want to be found. You don't knock on doors and sell vacuums be who already have three of them being young desperately so put yourself out there boldly and it will happen. You don't need to generate the traffic traffic already. Exists you just need to stand in front it and then the other thing i heard this Said by david. Meltzer on a podcast. Is that for those eight hype. Overachievers guilty. it's so hard to do personal life self care stuff sometimes when you ask moving to do less instead. He thinks about everything he does in life as activity and some of it he gets paid for so it's not This is my work. And this is where i should be inaugurum. Daily timer going on a walk. Or what have you. I'm here sipping margaritas. In having total guilt about it. It's this is an activity that i need to win to degray and this is an activity work that i need to zoology degree as well and i just happened to get eight for this one. I love that it changed my life so good. I'm gonna go back and listen to that myself so good. This has been awesome. As i mentioned to you at the very beginning like how interviews i don't do interviews with like question one question two. It's like you. And i are going to be sitting down in your coffee shop having coffee chatting about all this and i have no idea where it's gonna go but i know i to talk about a lot of different things and i think we brought a lot of value to everybody listening here. So thank you for sharing your brilliance your expertise. Where can people connect with you with. What are the best places or place or you know for them to To reach out to you let them know they heard you on the show here on your email s kick out your programs. Whatever it might be. Yes thank you so much. Thank you for having me. Thank you guys for listening instagram. Let's just be honest. that's where i hang out all the time. So my handle is the social bungalow re words and there's always something sign in the lincoln my bio. Please just come down. Need say her me here. We could strike up a conversation and point. Want you in the right direction. Because 'cause i do in our in on instagram and facebook group. I go live twice weekly to answer any question. It's called copying questions. Obviously and in that. I just go live for thirty minutes a day. And anything you bring to the table. I give him custody back on so mcelwain pitted the conversation into sale. Indiana's i'm just going to point you towards where i can support us at least just reach out love it olympic wrestling breathing up for for shannon in the show notes for the episode. Here today. shinhan thank you so much again really appreciate it. Thanks breakdown awesome. Hey my friend if you are of course creator or an online coach and you're already averaging at least seven to eight k. Per month in revenue from your online business. And you're looking to scale. You wanna be optimizing your business growing your.

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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

04:38 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"Because this is something that we're going through that that i'm bringing up in my business and go and through in my business where the values are expanding How has that evolved for you and your business and now you know three years now. Yeah it's definitely I it was very much. So rooted in the wow factors to facilitate that for clients and it was very client focused and you find that if the internal culture it starts at home isn't optimized for blackfoot better term than it's very hard to show up one hundred and ten percent for your customers and the thing that's really shaped shifted us. The most is the process of the coffee shop because that i have many more employees on that side and they are typically younger. They're getting paid. Less isn't as much of a career so there's a little bit more of a corporate legal protocol on that we have the same radical care conversation with them in their interviews and we want a champion their their side hobbies schooling their success. So that has definitely shifted more into culture fit. I i can teach you coffee. I can't teach you radical care so to speak about one another about yourself and about your customer and even the planet large no. That's a big sweeping statement. But we even say that on the coffee shop website is. How can we be innovative. Champion new and untraditional ideas together so we are regularly having team meeting that saying what's gotten wonky. How do we pull it back to our core in the process of having eight people over there and three people over here. Is that infuses. So much on this side where we are a little bit more intimate end career oriented so going back to leveraging your time i know this people are always fascinated by this. What does it look like free. Let's let's take a typical day. You got a coffee shop. Cut this business here. You've got a team. You're you're not married like self like what is it. Typical day look like for you. Yes i take..

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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

04:42 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"Able to speak and understand your target customer so that you can provide solutions for that. And that what she said there at the very end was like you want them saying only got are they in my brain like they understand me so how what are some ways that people can get to that point as far as understanding the level of those things. You're talking about of their perfect customer. Yeah it's practice in. Its knowing the person and so whatever that means for you if you want to practice with your posts and just start to How can make tomorrow's post a little more niche this effect how come up with an example that seems to particular one individual person play around with it but getting too nervous people and having conversations. What's going to set you up for success and somebody will when you just start rigging which is the bureau also getting to know each other dams and their voice messaging and they say something off the cuff that's hysterical and exactly how everybody heels about it asking them. Can i ask you about that a little more detail or putting it on a note on your phone seeing how all these anecdotes to work with. That's going to make your copy engaging so that somebody can just sentenced to sentence expiring to the next round without starting to scam. Is there so seen in the process. Manati suddenly mind reading entire person. It's through the process of getting to know several different people. Another another great way to leverage your dm's and instagram as they're having conversations looking at what they're saying what are they. What are they feeling. Grabbing that the language that they're using to that you can leverage that in your copy. Yes what does your. I'm really curious because you talk about you know. Vip experience isn't cetera. How do you. How does shannon leverage her time in your business you well. I'm very on re framing for entrepreneurs..

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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

05:03 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"For you to sell to the advanced individuals who bought everything from you in. Speak your same language and go from there. That's not always a you can do right now. You don't have programs out in the world and you just say your ticket so coming back to the main way in which i will teach this with. Someone is to operate from relationship. If you are selling a one on one type service where this person's gonna go on a journey with you. Get to know the individual get to know their needs and don't be shy to put together a little bit of a custom proposal so to speak. Save yourself time. Don't get a ton of overhead. But i see a lot of times. People say don't wanna do sales calls and i don't want custom proposals. They take too long and instead what if we said it luxury to spend twenty minutes with someone in order to make thousands of dollars from someone i met over the internet. Let's just the frame and then from there to also say i don't wanna put together a full custom package. I want them to fit into one of my existing packages. Absolutely you've already done all your profit margins there but for you to reveal this to the person in a way that says so your unique needs this and this program will help you uniquely. Because and here's a five minute win that we're gonna get in the first month and here's the five mile when we're gonna walk away within ninety days from now in. This paints a picture for someone to see themselves in the scene of your offer versus you coming at them so close to the offer. They can't totally grasp. And you wonder what's wrong with them. Why don't they get it's because it's not catered towards them another thing. I want to point out here guys. What what shannon saying this. It's not nothing as sales easy. This is like listening to the person who's either an existing customer asking for what's next know. How else can we work together or somebody who's coming right in and saying. Hey i want this but yet maybe they're not you know maybe from our ceo perspective we need to loop back around just like gender said to whatever else make sense in your business. I for they get to that. Nothing is selling this just helping in customizing a solution for or or maybe the maybe the solution for them being sales here. So that's all said yeah. I think that's a really good one thing i want to talk to you about. It's the whole psychology of sales. Because i know this is not released is really fascinating for you and writing copy in how all this works together. Like one of the first questions asked you before we started recording was like who writes your copy your copy because it's.

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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

02:54 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"Your line launches always. It's time intensive that real time presence but the cash that you make is a much higher traditionally because of that combusted. Your own little Pot with that pressure cooker releasing. And you're able to bank in on the human nature of promo in an integris way. Do truly have urgency and scarcity. And it's not just based off of a twenty five twenty five percent discount. It's it's only available this week so light launching always going to give you a little bit more money and it's going to give you a ton of data about what's working what's not and it allows for you to go deep by impacting this new coach and really going into delivery mode with them because the carts was not else is coming in regularly daily welcoming new students route. She questions and then you're updating your point more ads towards it in it's a slow drip on the money and there's pros and cons on both but we need to work.

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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"It's up on stories now now. This person getting spoken to you from that authority perspective and maybe you sandwich that with some social proof at the beginning with results who've gotten clients and then at the end you talk about how your offer support people through this and you're saying that to the public but this person's now watching it Another thing that you can do is send them one of their own posts in that direct message conversation so you go over to their profile. You read your some of their post. You find one that you can speak to you. Send it to them and say this was such a quality piece of content. Why did you feel this. How did you feel that. Or let's say you're somebody who is a social media manager you party but a couple of quick tips. That might be great if you put a call to action and the largest we've been chatting and even on my mind so i had an idea and it's this wave starting to implement Into the friendship zone so that they earn to respect what it is. You're an expert at and also noting that we are as coaches in service pros while as coaches where somebody's guide it doesn't mean that we are necessarily above them. It's that we have a specific set of skills that can support them but they have a specific set of skills that could support us to and maybe down the road in a different chapter of life. You'd be hiring them. So it's not so much i need to separate myself from being your friend completely. Go into i'm your boss mode. It's reveal my expertise to you so you see see the need. And you seen a go to person. Gotcha i thought you're going to go with the liam neeson quote there. I have a specific set of skills. I look did you little miss reactions. Keep going on. Because you coco. And i didn't jump in there but yes my rate when really went to the love it i love we liam neeson quote from movie in a in a podcast episode..

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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"Content have put into post form earn g written terms so getting on it takes less than thirty seconds. It's all you've got. Some of us are moving up to sixty seconds. Being dropped out and taking the time to do that is very helpful for finding eyeballs the type of content that you wanna do is either humorous because it's quick consumption style. Tiktok has definitely changed us to where we want to see that quick hit of something engaging so in bond with the person really liked this brand which is instagram. As a whole even if your company or agency and you're not a personal brand people still wanna know that this is a place. It's going to get them. It's gonna show up for them so showing in humorous ways by doing a voice over work on making a joke like i had my best performing real is wrapped in a blanket hopping around the house. saying i have a ton of work to do but warning because they're going to go watch my instagram story for the seventeenth time in a row and that one every cracks up. It's me your camera in my house. Bill seen in that spirit up on conversations law that productivity was able to go on a good direction but then also tidbits of your education before you get cut off so if you have one idea or tactic or if you have a little bit of attack for that day that somebody's a wildest blew my mind. Thank you and i want to rewatch it five times. Getting your views up therefore getting it served in the algorithm more anything. That's tiny and quick and funny or helpful is going to go over. well. I love that So with that with what you describe brings up in. I like prop my chair Right here because this is something that i think about a lot. What would you say to somebody. And i've heard this question. A lot too is like no one cares. What like as far as like personal right. No one cares when like about what i wanna post.

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"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

The Art of Online Business

05:21 min | 3 months ago

"matson" Discussed on The Art of Online Business

"Existing business to be on jury. Would someone through courses through coaching support. And what's your background Coming into this. Because i want to dive into what you all the different elements of what you teach. But what got you to where you are right now yeah. I was a corporate marketer. I don't really know how to save better than that. But sitting in the marketing department of different corporations i worked my way up to director and then to a vp of marketing in about four or five different companies over the span of ten years. So i was definitely ladder hopping quite a bit and also salary happening But amassing a lot of experiences a lot of different industries which i think really helped to set me up for all of the nations of the business styles that come my way. There is kind of like quiet. Whisper of marketing can be reached. Do i want to go it alone. What's my big vision here. So i started working with mom and pop shops here in town and i found that. That was really fulfilling but very stressful. Because they're extraordinarily tied to their one dollar in the end you that one dollar and say it better be two dollars tomorrow. Finding a way to create more salable business in more profit heavy industry eat the online space is kind of where i found the shiny corner of the internet and went full steam ahead. I love it and you're at three right is twenty twenty one year three. Yep well yes it is. I guess we call that. But i'm in my third year. Gotcha okay and one of the questions. I had for you as your dms instagram wait. It's like you a lot of offers like what does that. What does that look like. Because this is something that that i talk a lot about here on the show and also with With my students is like all right. Let's let's focus on one first before we start having shiny object and you know going in all directions but you've really made this as you mentioned like your products suite really kind of flow..

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‘Terminator’ Anime Series Ordered at Netflix

Pop Culture Leftovers

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

‘Terminator’ Anime Series Ordered at Netflix

"News from dark. Dark horizons here. Batman scribe set for terminator anime netflix. Sky dance and japan's production. I g are all teaming up to produce an anime series based on james cameron's the terminator sifi franchise and tomlin co matter. Who co wrote matt reads upcoming. the batman. film will act as showrunner and executive producer on the project. Details of the new take have not been revealed. so yeah or matt tomlin says matson. Tomlin's does anyone who knows my writing. I believe in taking big swings going for the heart. I'm honored that netflixing sky dance have given me the opportunity to approach terminator in a way that breaks conventions subverts expectations and has real guts. So yeah we're getting a terminator anime series coming to net flix.

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"matson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"matson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That change of his dramatic because you'll see a lot of hitters like you should go on that last one want to swing completely lose his lower body he was just routed to stay alive Matson now is ready new sets any throws the issue collar and it's download to into thank you through another changeup it's two balls into strikes well since joining those two fastballs by opposition cow isn't thrown any since the he does here is the steps off the through used to run through the center size one more time he does and now he is ready and the pitch if you qualify all that off the backstop uses fighting it off to stay alive just hoping to see a better pitcher hit and that was ninety five and on the black outside corner this kind of peace of the C. another pitch you pretty much straight away that's about ready to go pitch number seven in the said that the issue power in here comes if you complicate it all on the outside corner for that's a bad call that's not part of the discussion guided battles with that was that that glove completely.

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"matson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"matson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The door honestly we've had so many listeners by extra tickets if you just walk to the door and you say you are sol speedy show listener I'm gonna make sure you get it I'm just gonna probably require that you buy a pair of Dick's drive intoxicated but it really we reach the point where if you can make it out if you can be there so many listeners have bought extra ticket I just want you to show up I just want you to be a part of keeping this giving going and if you can't make it go to our Facebook page watch the unboxing and we've got a gun safe for you the way I did it I got somebody to buy a plane ticket yeah yeah Jonathan luck but you the man John we'll see you down there are gonna be down there around two PM doors open at four get there is early is you want to worry Matson's gonna be there I was actually on wood door yesterday and I gotta tell you dare and it was pretty funny is like Jason rants brandy cruise in you this is a real seamless group of celebrities and I was like but don't worry if you come we are going to go through the roof and he said yes and it's it's just gonna be a blast Mike solved the big the big guy from Brocken sol keys now the the station manager he's managing seven ten seventy seven seventy and who that that other one that's here sometimes I forget all of our sister station it's just gonna be a blast as we've learned it's going to be one of your last time to interact with Darren and really appreciate him with that I want to interact and appreciate this next section of the front page traffic news trafficking how did we miss this yesterday this is I have no idea I'm gonna blame it is sometimes you've got to go to the lowest rung you know it's like finding the new storm trooper new Darren yeah how did you but you found every single news story on Monday yet you didn't find bizarre fire crash because I five lanes near lake would for nearly thirteen hours and that's not even the gist of the story it starts at one AM when a semi truck from cheese cake factory that was full of shipping cheese cake caught fire near the main gate of joint base Lewis McChord which if I was a soldier there I'm running out because flaming she's taking shrimp sounds like a restaurant so this was the truck that carries the shrimp and cheese cake as opposed to the truck that carries the crab one tons and the doctor is exactly yeah well because the doctor is travel.

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"matson" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"matson" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"We've all already heard from one Matson's premier musicians this morning. Chris. So I think we ought to hear some of his music. This is song that has written principally by an Plada. Thank Chris had a hand. And it's it's just a of topical solemn. It's called goodbye. Butterfly, ma'am. So. Guys. Too long. Way. With. Oh. Two. Do you? They look for you. Wrong. With. I'll be waiting. Sane. Well, that was Chris Plata. Song written by an platter? Goodbye. But butterfly. The the number to reach us if you'd like to make a donation, and we wish you would two thousand sixty thousand and one I think we have one come in here. Now. Yes. Or something different. But anyway, we're we're we're we're pretty sure what we get two thousand six two thousand one. The on line two six four two not not to. WHAT? One. Who's who's got a number two six four. The university..

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"matson" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"matson" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Turns into a deadly game of cat-and-mouse when the event is seized by a hacker who systematically begins revealing dark secrets from both of their pass forcing them to publicly confront the horrific events. They've committed on the largest social media platform in the world. That sounds like it's going to be one of those computer screen movies, where it's like all on screen screen life, baby. I guess that's what we're calling now. And then there's this other one little fish by Matson Tomlin, which is about a couple who are fighting the hold the relationship together as a memory loss virus spreads in threatens to raise the history of their love and courtship. So that sounds very like, I guess ternal sunshine to me, you know, a lot of these the pattern here is, you know, the things aren't bio-pics a lot of them just sound like they're following this template where it's like taken every day thing. And then throw some weird fantasy element into it. Like it. Bob's first day of school. Also the school is under water. That's what these all sound. I think you've you've caught onto the key to making out of the blacklists. It was one that you wanted to mention the Bob Ross one. Yeah. There's a movie about like it's like basically the rise of Bob Ross. And I would love to see that. Because I love Bob Ross and not even in like an ironic way that some people seem to love him. I just love watching those old Bob Ross specials where he's very soft spoken. And he's painting these. Idyllic landscapes, and he's just like the nicest man in the world. Like, I'm very curious to see a movie about him becoming like he became basically, this this legend by doing this this, you know, public access painting show, and the fact that he somehow became world renowned is interesting. So I would see a movie I don't want to sidetrack is here..

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CVS fires employees who called police on black customer

Barsky Radio

01:22 min | 3 years ago

CVS fires employees who called police on black customer

"W. f. t. l. tonight recapping the president's meetings with President Putin CVS apologizing to. A block wall, and after a manager of a Chicago location called the police on her last week Kabila, Hudson post the video on Facebook showing, Mori Matson, shaking as he. Describes her to police on the phone who says that he's a manager at the store and he's Calling because there's a. Customer harassing him and harassing the other manager. And that's when I made sure my phone. Was taping buzzing claims the manager called the authorities after accusing her of tracing the used a fake coupon there's nothing I said or did that would explain why he was. Interacting with me and treating me in the manner that he was attorneys for accused stoneman Douglas high school shooter nNcholas crews want to block the release of his statement. To client gave to investigators when he was. Arrested the subject of accord hearing to be held. Today the attorney say the statements released would prejudice potential jurors Florida's one five states participating in a week long speed enforcement operation beginning today Operation Southern shield runs through Sunday July twenty second law enforcement in Florida and Georgia will join Alabama Tennessee and South Carolina and pulling over drivers who are traveling above legal speed limits on interstate major highways and local roads Hersi news talk eight fifty w. f. t. l. This report brought to, you by. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans I ninety five southbound shutdown, between,.

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"matson" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

07:02 min | 3 years ago

"matson" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Like playing the lottery less now lead plus they arrive promise mentally as you know where to find this is something we should say foley baby we do everything soon as we sorry folio vacation in my head of mother fucking got your gown and sows i'm just trying to get the tables girl involved clip that now all thing like playing the lottery would show let's lead costa promise matson the says you know this is something we should figure foley baby i know we will we may soon as we've less flighted flighted making tv we making bills actually the this have have sees good whip fish we gotta made richard with robin robin keeps you keep hollered i good radio.

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"matson" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"matson" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Starry but we obey cash and had no time mother fucking you've got your county and south stuff i'm gonna hit the tables girl involved clint same as now all out of thing it's like playing the lottery would show less now lead vada cost rapid seven promise matson leamy else's you know where to find this is something we should figure out before we lead baby let's we everything we may soon as we pets casey's tom.

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"matson" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

13:59 min | 3 years ago

"matson" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Promise matson the says you know this is something we should figure out before we lead baby no way we we may soon as we snuffed guided capping allies making oh my tv no we making family bills pay me you is actually the say hey this besides have have crazy what season live moving drake whip i we gotta made his is looking no two speak those crazy man titus musica from medhurst not crazy she she probably tourist crazy we'll luda he's not what you see about what the happy everyday everyday everyday i say every day every day is hit the floor every day i hit the flow.

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"matson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"matson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Did you or do you have to fight that at all yeah i think you have to fight it a little bit i think in a part of that human nature you know you wanna you want to justify the move that these guys made an but i think what what really help the most was the fact that um young matson came over as well uh and in adding branding cancer um so now having three new guys in the bullpen um being able to shoulder that i guess responsibility or or that um you know that that inherent pressure that comes with being a new acquisition to a playoff team um kind of spread the wealth a little bit and i think we've seen you know so far we've kind of fed off each other in in in we've we've kinda managed it an shouldered it as a group what's the juice like closing for a team that's in contention a firstplace team and elite type team will see adrenaline like it's a rush mandate you know thus the stores open from the bullpen he can run on the field and um you know that the energy in the atmosphere in the stadium is a it's awesome it it it's hard to really put into words um but it it gets you going on on a whole other level i mean there's there's pressure in the seventh inning is pressure in the eighth inning and an end and there's energy in those situations but come in in the ninth inning uh the fans here have been amazing and phnom it's a rush chocolate about some of the stuff you'd gotten involved in bomb military charities in helping out veterans a told me a little bit about your your personal background because year connected the new your family you come from a military family and i think you're fiancee's connection as well.

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"matson" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"matson" Discussed on Revisionist History

"360 350 and what we've done in advance of he's coming here is we filled the bends with oil or tallow that's barbs duckie copresident medicine i met her years ago when matson was running a contest to create the world's healthiest cookie stuck his short blonde hair high energy if she were a basketball player they would say she's got a motor where did you get your your talent and how did you choose your tell very good question we're going to taste some because we chose it because of the flavor we wanted to kind of go back in time with you so we tried to find the talent that we thought had than bc s flavour which would be probably the closest thing to what mcdonald's started with so i sat paolo to the local mexican market right up the street and we found a tallow there that has a really nice rich beefy flavor paolo's paolo beltran who's going to be one of our fry chefs along with another medicine specialist kathy westphal the fourth person in the room is justin schymyck who runs the company along with stuck we've grown old school with our tell very on skull exactly the plan is to use pre frozen russet burbank potatoes there are a little lower than water content than other potato varieties seventy seven to eighty percent water which is a defence against saw guinness three batches one batch fried twice in vegetable oils just like the fries you get an mcdonald's today the second batch a mix fried once in vegetable oil then a second time in beef tallow.

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