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Fresh update on "matt johnson" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

01:51 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "matt johnson" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Though, as amended is past But L. President Biden's nearly $2 trillion package of pandemic economic relief stimulus checks in hundreds of pages of other things. His reaction bottom line is It's going to start is going to start almost immediately well almost immediately after final passage, which will take another vote of the House early this coming week. Tom Foti CBS NEWS Washington Governor Daniel McKee of Rhode Island is being officially inaugurated this hour on the steps of the Rhode Island State House. The Democrat, was sworn in Tuesday following the resignation of Governor Genera Mondo, who is now the U. S secretary of Commerce. He says he will be running for a full term as governor in 2022. Lucky is a former longtime mayor of Cumberland, Rhode Island. Tens of thousands of public and private email networks have been compromised by hackers. Microsoft have fixed the issue and it's email software, but not before hackers were able to infiltrate thousands of Microsoft customers. White House press secretary Jen Psaki acknowledging the issue on Friday. This is significant vulnerability that could have far reaching impacts. Everyone running these servers government private sector, academia needs to act now to patch them. We're concerned that there are large number of victims and are working with our partners to understand the scope of this again. A Microsoft fixed the issue in its email software. Now, not before the hackers were able to angel trade sounds of thousands of those Microsoft customers. There we go now. The breach was initially identified as Chinese lead but has since expanded to other nations such as Russian criminal elements. Their covert 19 tracking project says it will stop publishing its data after today, it announced last month at hundreds of volunteers have tracked down and published statistics from the Corona virus pandemic, including number of cases, deaths and hospitalizations. They added. There is enough evidence the government's public health officials are now doing that work and there was no longer a need for them to do so. They said they will continue to collect the information for a couple of months and expect to totally wind down operations by May. Now is Matt Matt Johnson reporting New Hampshire's first covert 19 mass vaccination side opened up yesterday at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, The site is a drive up location. 4000 residents were given a dose of the one shot Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine. State authorities say they want to give out 12,000 shots through Monday when the site closes. Meanwhile, Governor Chris a new new calling the vaccinations and incredible opportunity. It's 12 19 and Italian prosecutor has requested life imprisonment for two California men who are charged with killing an Italian police officer in Rome. Let's find out more from Meghan Williams and Italian prosecutor asked a court here in Rome to find 21 year old Finnegan, Lee elder and 20 year old Gabriel metallic ores guilty of murder and to impose Italy's maximum sentence life in prison. Two young Californians have been standing trial for the stabbing death of Rome police officer Mario Chips yellow Vega in the summer of 2019. They were on vacation here in Rome when they were confronted by a pair of plainclothes officers after their attempt to buy drugs went wrong. Last week, Elder told the court he didn't know regular was a cop and stabbed him in self defense. When when I got jumped him, Meghan Williams, ABC NEWS, Rome and staying overseas and Milan Fashion House is suing to American bloggers. For hundreds of millions of dollars. Let's get the story from CBS is Wendy Gillette, the Italian fashion house. Don't Shay and Gabbana has filed a defamation suit against two U. S. Bloggers for $600 million. The suit is over anti Asian comments attributed to one of the designers that led to a boycott by Asian consumers in 2018. And a cancelation of a runway show in Shanghai. The bloggers Tony Liu and Lindsay Shuler, posted about the comments on their site Diet product. It has more than 2.5 Million followers on Instagram, Wendy Gillette, CBS News and now to the pope's visit to the Middle East. Hope Francis traveled to northern Iraq on the final day of his historic visit to minister to the country's dwindling number of Christians. The pope was greeted at the herbal airport by the president of the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan. Children, also saying and waved palm tree branches and flags as well. It's 12 21 stick with us traffic and weather on the way you have the app, But do you have the story?.

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Netflix will spend $100 million to improve diversity on film following equity study

Bloomberg Law

00:34 sec | Last week

Netflix will spend $100 million to improve diversity on film following equity study

"Netflix is looking to close diversity gaps at its content. Following an equity study, Matt Matt Johnson explains the study not only delves into the diversity of its on screen performers. It also looks at that of the creator's producers, writers and directors. The company says it's not in an improvement in representation from 2018 to 2019. However, they say there is still work to be done. One of the ways Netflix is addressing the issue is by creating the fund for Creative Equity, which will spend $100 million to help underrepresented groups find TV and film

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"matt johnson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

02:33 min | Last month

"matt johnson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"I mean the last two games. They've had they've It's just been katie and a hardened so we'll see what happens when kyrie is back to the mix. But i mean that is a that is a top trio right there so it should be all right so you said trio all right which one's which one's kevin durant on your team. You boat humor. Dalen i give give katie boaty okay. So are you harden who key which was dalen again. Cairo you going there. I mean. I guess we'll go with a daily and the left. I guess we'll give him. But i love it. Well you know what. I love watching you guys when we get a chance to watch of course on pluto and listening to you on kfi. I'm a. i'm a huge fan and we'll be continuing to follow you guys and sco grab a couple of w's against us eastern washington team coming up later in the week shit. That's matt johnston the second as being. He's being nice. He's being humble you know. Listen he's been tearing it up for this team. He has been the guy boat love. Boaty dan coons had told you. Transfer from very excited about him. I love core course cleaning up the boards. But i tell you it's been math. The last four games. And they need him to click. And bodey bodies. He's averaging fifteen point seven he's out of the top five and scoring now so you want him to get back up close to that seventeen mark but ultimately you like those three guys bringing it every single night three guys for the bears averaging in the double digits fifteen for for bodey twelve dalen and eleven about twelve for matt. So matt's brought up that average so you're going to expect a lot from those three guys if you want the bears to To try to finish closer to the top in the big sky conference forty six minutes after the hour. More on the possibility of the shawn. Watson for the broncos i through a couple of trade scenarios out there. I don't know if it's going to matter. What the broncos. Offer though because sean has a no trade clause which means he gets to choose but houston has to ultimately decide what they're going to do With the broncos be on that list or maybe just on the outside looking at forty six minutes after the hour. We'll take a quick break. It's the whole show powered by energy. We'll be right back. It's a party in northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten k of k the block party wednesdays from four to ten pm..

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No. 1 Alabama routs short-handed Kentucky, 63-3.

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

No. 1 Alabama routs short-handed Kentucky, 63-3.

"Top ranked Alabama continues to roll as the Crimson Tide crushed Kentucky sixty three to three Ammon now seven oh grabbed an early seven nothing lead as Najee Harris scored on a one yard run to cap the times first drive of the game quarterback Matt Johnson added to his eyes and trophy candidacy by passing for two touchdowns as part of a twenty one point explosion the second quarter to put Nick Stevenson up twenty three and a half time I think we got off to a little bit of a slow start on the energy the intensity of the attention to detail early on in the game was you know not what we wanted to be one of John's TD passes went to divide the smithy later caught another from back a price young descent SEC career record with thirty three TD receptions I'm Tom merry I'm

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US COVID-19 death toll surpasses 250,000

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

US COVID-19 death toll surpasses 250,000

"The covert death toll in the United States hits a new milestone. Matt Matt Johnson reports. The U. S death toll in the ongoing Corona virus outbreak is now over 250,000. That's according to the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, which is tracking coronavirus cases around the world. The number of confirmed cases in the U. S is more than 11 million.

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"matt johnson" Discussed on Passion Business Podcast

Passion Business Podcast

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on Passion Business Podcast

"So my very first Consulting client which by the way paid for all my living expenses and allowed me to kind of focus on growing the business without having to worry about a paycheck that that was the first big win for me and Josh came about by just through happenstance introduction through the agency under I used to work for. All right, and then happened to be we're all from the same city, right? So he was starting up a coaching consulting company dead. And he wanted somebody to help him Market it and I have enough of the skill set and I basically just walked in there and said like you you need me right like we're going to do this. I'm going to launch you podcast. We're going to get you on, you know interviewed on public like I knew enough about that world to kind of confidently say I could do X Y and Z. Well, it ends up. I ended up being an equity partner in that company and and he's still one of my good friends to this day still we still produces podcast..

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"matt johnson" Discussed on Passion Business Podcast

Passion Business Podcast

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on Passion Business Podcast

"Welcome mat Johnson. Hello and welcome home. I'm excited to have you here. I'll come so excited to be here fabulous. Well, let's just dive straight Inlet. Why don't you let people know where you based and where you from and what time Okay, based in San Diego. Although I'm not originally from here. I'm from the Midwest in the states and from the land of cold and snow and so I'm very much enjoying living out in San Diego. But basically what I do is I thought leaders launch and produce podcasts. So we work with a lot of business coaches and consultants and speaker author types and but five years ago. I was just some dude working in a marketing agency working for somebody else has yet the idea to kind of promote me in the business development and his idea was we're going to do all these Google Hangouts with these people that we have, you know, strategic relationships with and so I started hosting these live video events with our big people in the real estate space cuz that's where most of the clients were of that agency and I got a chance to just hang out with these people and ask them good questions and turns out my background from loam years ago back in real estate came in handy cuz I had read all the books and I knew who the coaches were and stuff like that. So I was just able to ask good questions. So those those Google Hangouts went well to the point where one of the people I was co-hosting them with just called me up one day and said, hey man, I'd love to start a podcast with you and it's funny because I was thinking about pitching him the same idea. I took him like the next week, so it's good timing and that show ended up doing really well. I still co-host that to this day. It's called real estate uncensored has like a million and half downloads and essentially May took me from being just a nobody that worked inside a marketing agency to speaking at industry events and being kind of micro famous in that space in about eighteen months..

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North Carolina Democrat seeking Senate seat apologizes over sex-themed texts

This Week

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

North Carolina Democrat seeking Senate seat apologizes over sex-themed texts

"Republican hopes for keeping control of the Senate get a boost after a Democrat candidate in North Carolina apologizes for sending sexual text messages to a woman who is not his wife. Matt Matt Johnson. Reports tell. Cunningham says he will stay in the race to unseat Republican incumbent Tom Tell us. Cunningham has been leading in most polls and was one of the reasons Democrats thought they would win four or more seats to regain control of the chamber. Cunningham said he heard his family and disappointed his friends, and he is deeply sorry.

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"matt johnson" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

04:26 min | 6 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"At one year versus twenty-seven with Nicotine Patch. So it's still looking incredibly effective I mean the best treatment that's ever been published outside of Sivan for smoking cessation as the work as far as I know that Sharon Hall has published where she used multiple medications and then essentially continued cognitive behavioral therapy for an entire year on a regular basis I mean, which is a real sledgehammer and she got into the mid fifties. And were getting that with a far more. So far with the far more temporally limited intervention. So anything. It could change. You know it's in process and I really the next step needs to be a double blind study I think more competitive and I believe your group is doing this with depression. I think sort of just randomized people to know standard course of, for example s arise versus. Intervention although you might be combining that with the blind to. I I. Is Quick. Donning, procedure. So we we went with straight up didn't use any double dummy or or anything with this but I think in a lot of ways, you get the best information from these types of studies, where like how does it compare on the ground to what's typically used? Clearly we need to know it's all placebo effect. You need the double blind studies we and we know at this point, there's a real pharmacology, but we need to continue for regulatory reasons and otherwise you the best scientific answers from triangulating these different methods of but I think you do what we're going to see in real clinical practice with psychedelics if it's approved is both pure pharmacology and placebo effect and I think there's actually something special about psychedelics whatever the hell it is that we call placebo effect is something pretty amazing that we know virtually nothing about I think I think psychedelics as CIBA's rocket boosters. Whatever, that is psychedelics seemed to tap into. and. So what you're going to get in real clinical response is both the pharmacology with the placebo effect. So what does it look like on the ground compared to Standard Treatment So that's what we're doing now. One of our subjects in the first resistant depression trial. He said. So I decided was like ingesting therapist. Is always there with..

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"matt johnson" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on A New Direction

"But. You talk about several things when it comes to shrinking a battlefield. First of all, it's creating niche. If we've talked about at at at length already and then creating that person combining, we've talked a little bit about we can exhibit combined existing niches that can make them more focused and define niche. You also talk about reframing a reposition, but the one element that I really loved that you do is opposition. When it comes to shrinking the battlefield. So. Talk to us about. Using opposition as a way to shrink our battle because I found this fascinating. Yeah and I love this example. I'm really pumped that you asked about that one because there's a bunch of a bunch of ways to create a niche or combining reframing all this stuff, and they're all there on the book, and that's awesome. But the one that's one of my favorites to talk about is doing the opposite, right. So how do you shrink the battlefield? If you'RE GONNA choose to focus on a certain group of people or a specialized segment of your market or something like that? Like how do you? How do you choose the right one? Well there's a great example from Jackie Chan Right Jackie. Chan. Is this martial arts you know really really famous and martial arts, but he is very different from everybody else like if you grew up a Bruce Lee fan like he did. Bruce Lee was the legend of the icon like he will never be surpassed. And how do you grow up as young martial artists? In China, how do you grow up Bruce Lee Shadow and expect to make anything of yourself in that community and in that that line of work? So Jackie Chan looked at that problem and instead of getting discouraged, he looked at it gwent. How can I do the opposite of what Bruce Lee does. Okay. Well, Bruce. Lee. Is Like A mazing. Super Fast, invincible. Well, what if I did the opposite and I was more vulnerable immuno even and showed myself getting her like did my own stunts and like showed showed the real thing happening Bruce Lee's films are pretty straightforward. Right What if we did something comedic? What if we did something that was almost slapstick? So he starts asking themselves these kind of questions. Just how can I do the opposite of the person who is the dominant name or the dominant brand in my space ends up coming up with his own blend in crates, his own genre. Basically of this kind of con- comedic martial arts. I don't even know what you'd necessarily call it But he invents his own fighting style that goes along with that expands into movies, ends up being like one of the highest paid actors of all time. One of the biggest stars in the world. And it all started by doing the opposite. And we can do the same thing right whether you are the florist whether you are a brick and mortar. Business owner whether your real estate agent whether you're coach consultant, which is the world that Iran and more taking what you know think about you know again, contrasting with Gary v like if you're in that space and you WANNA teach people how to market their business. Good luck. Just going on being another Gary v because you end up just being overshadowed by him and delivering the same message to the same people. got. Gary. V. So what are they? What are they need you for? But if you go out and you do the opposite, it gives you a chance to cut through with a message that actually speaks really really deeply to a smaller group of people and plus fun like figuring out how do the opposite you end up coming up with some really fun and interesting combinations. He may end up creating a niche that you dominate for the next thirty years. It's really

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Create Your Business Space Doing the Opposite -  MicroFamous  Matt Johnson - burst 13

A New Direction

03:12 min | 7 months ago

Create Your Business Space Doing the Opposite - MicroFamous Matt Johnson - burst 13

"But. You talk about several things when it comes to shrinking a battlefield. First of all, it's creating niche. If we've talked about at at at length already and then creating that person combining, we've talked a little bit about we can exhibit combined existing niches that can make them more focused and define niche. You also talk about reframing a reposition, but the one element that I really loved that you do is opposition. When it comes to shrinking the battlefield. So. Talk to us about. Using opposition as a way to shrink our battle because I found this fascinating. Yeah and I love this example. I'm really pumped that you asked about that one because there's a bunch of a bunch of ways to create a niche or combining reframing all this stuff, and they're all there on the book, and that's awesome. But the one that's one of my favorites to talk about is doing the opposite, right. So how do you shrink the battlefield? If you'RE GONNA choose to focus on a certain group of people or a specialized segment of your market or something like that? Like how do you? How do you choose the right one? Well there's a great example from Jackie Chan Right Jackie. Chan. Is this martial arts you know really really famous and martial arts, but he is very different from everybody else like if you grew up a Bruce Lee fan like he did. Bruce Lee was the legend of the icon like he will never be surpassed. And how do you grow up as young martial artists? In China, how do you grow up Bruce Lee Shadow and expect to make anything of yourself in that community and in that that line of work? So Jackie Chan looked at that problem and instead of getting discouraged, he looked at it gwent. How can I do the opposite of what Bruce Lee does. Okay. Well, Bruce. Lee. Is Like A mazing. Super Fast, invincible. Well, what if I did the opposite and I was more vulnerable immuno even and showed myself getting her like did my own stunts and like showed showed the real thing happening Bruce Lee's films are pretty straightforward. Right What if we did something comedic? What if we did something that was almost slapstick? So he starts asking themselves these kind of questions. Just how can I do the opposite of the person who is the dominant name or the dominant brand in my space ends up coming up with his own blend in crates, his own genre. Basically of this kind of con- comedic martial arts. I don't even know what you'd necessarily call it But he invents his own fighting style that goes along with that expands into movies, ends up being like one of the highest paid actors of all time. One of the biggest stars in the world. And it all started by doing the opposite. And we can do the same thing right whether you are the florist whether you are a brick and mortar. Business owner whether your real estate agent whether you're coach consultant, which is the world that Iran and more taking what you know think about you know again, contrasting with Gary v like if you're in that space and you WANNA teach people how to market their business. Good luck. Just going on being another Gary v because you end up just being overshadowed by him and delivering the same message to the same people. got. Gary. V. So what are they? What are they need you for? But if you go out and you do the opposite, it gives you a chance to cut through with a message that actually speaks really really deeply to a smaller group of people and plus fun like figuring out how do the opposite you end up coming up with some really fun and interesting combinations. He may end up creating a niche that you dominate for the next thirty years. It's really

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"matt johnson" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

02:06 min | 7 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on A New Direction

"Hand? How many of you would call all your friends up on your cell phone or text them tell them to come over go to your bathroom, put on a negligee and say watch me take a picture. Nobody would raise their fully not many. No nobody would raise their hand, but it's everybody. Does it I know. And I can't imagine how much money they're getting for that I'd. Strange and interesting world. Yeah. But it's it's very odd. The lengths that people will go to to attract attention is all based on that myth. The fact that attention automatically translates into money. I watched somebody asked Gary v this question on facebook live or something here a few months ago, and he's like dude, I'm creating on this content on this stuff and it just the money's not coming in his like. Well, what are you offering? Do you have anything for sale is like? Well No. I. I'm like I I'm trying to look for sponsors and stuff. He's like okay. All right. So then he backtrack and tell them seven different things to do because there's just the ideas there. You know attention equal sales and and if you don't have that in between thing now, you can fill that in gap in a couple of ways you can fill it with sales skills, right? You just get people on the phone or get people in messages and sell them. You can. You can fill that gap with speaking skills. Right. You can go on stage and you can speak from stage and you can sell. But. Neither of those things are super scalable, right they. They're both very, very time dependent. So the idea with micro famous is rather than trying to fill that gap between attention and sales with more stuff. You have to do fill it with content that strategic because then it builds your influence in the influence is what closes that gap and sales and isn't. Isn't dependent on you speaking more. It is independent on you going to more networking events and isn't dependent on you getting more and more and more people on sales calls only for ninety of them. Not Be a good fit because that's a that's just again, it all goes back to the introduction the book, Do you want a messy complex? You know complex? Business, do you want it to be simple, profitable and rewarding? Right

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The Wrong Attention for Your Business-   MicroFamous  Matt Johnson - on AND

A New Direction

02:06 min | 7 months ago

The Wrong Attention for Your Business- MicroFamous Matt Johnson - on AND

"Hand? How many of you would call all your friends up on your cell phone or text them tell them to come over go to your bathroom, put on a negligee and say watch me take a picture. Nobody would raise their fully not many. No nobody would raise their hand, but it's everybody. Does it I know. And I can't imagine how much money they're getting for that I'd. Strange and interesting world. Yeah. But it's it's very odd. The lengths that people will go to to attract attention is all based on that myth. The fact that attention automatically translates into money. I watched somebody asked Gary v this question on facebook live or something here a few months ago, and he's like dude, I'm creating on this content on this stuff and it just the money's not coming in his like. Well, what are you offering? Do you have anything for sale is like? Well No. I. I'm like I I'm trying to look for sponsors and stuff. He's like okay. All right. So then he backtrack and tell them seven different things to do because there's just the ideas there. You know attention equal sales and and if you don't have that in between thing now, you can fill that in gap in a couple of ways you can fill it with sales skills, right? You just get people on the phone or get people in messages and sell them. You can. You can fill that gap with speaking skills. Right. You can go on stage and you can speak from stage and you can sell. But. Neither of those things are super scalable, right they. They're both very, very time dependent. So the idea with micro famous is rather than trying to fill that gap between attention and sales with more stuff. You have to do fill it with content that strategic because then it builds your influence in the influence is what closes that gap and sales and isn't. Isn't dependent on you speaking more. It is independent on you going to more networking events and isn't dependent on you getting more and more and more people on sales calls only for ninety of them. Not Be a good fit because that's a that's just again, it all goes back to the introduction the book, Do you want a messy complex? You know complex? Business, do you want it to be simple, profitable and rewarding? Right

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:04 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"I'd say the mony. Totally with you'll not. Yeah, yeah, it's. Good to get it done as well, isn't it? I just think yeah, it's. It's definitely the hardest time to go for a run, but it's out of the way. Get it out of the way. I am GONNA run looming overhead all day. If you WANNA get when I just set, she left in a more of a meditative kind of set you up for the day It's easiest Dan, but definitely a lovely moaning run with a sentence coming up. The people move of shops to open this a special time to not gonNA. In Las ten months. Nobody know what it's like okay for. Feels like and where's your favorite place to run? You know what I'm GonNa say I had a great spot when I used to live in Chizik around the river day, but my favorite run. In the world. Is that runaround? Count if bay because you have you have the houses. You have the bridges to kind of look down on the bay, and then you have all watery area on. It's just it's a lovely breezy spot, and it's home as well as what I come from, so I feel very. Proud to be Welsh and proud of myself, if I get to run around the barrage. I haven't enough for a long time, so you inspired me to do that since Meka, end that Saints Really Nice, it sounds lovely, and and the last question as well. And how would you describe a runner's high? It's definitely is sensitive achievement, however failure. No, however long. You do because I definitely think that. Of, the rush of run is that you dread it slightly. Just before him. Maybe it's just me. Maybe this is my rush with everything, light life, TV or anything I dread the build up I love the presence of the moment and the relief. The have afterwards is such a high, so maybe it's just that is just getting through. But they defecated a feeling of accomplishment. The satisfaction of starting and finishing something is great and I suppose the dolphins scientific reason behind all would be behind it, but. To really put into words, it's a it's a lovely. Feeling accomplishment. That's such a good way of describing it. Singling is an isn't glued and I do agree, it's almost like there's a sense of relief, and that's what brings us well sometimes and Matt. Thank you so march that. Might Johnson you are no unofficial member of the run Poe Drum Club. Of this, thank you so much, thank you. Thank you the via tip but Collagen we'll take them both likewise turmeric. That's up good one and thank you so much and take care and I hope I. See you running very soon. Thank you..

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"Their like Moses in a massive smile like they're really trying to breathe through their mouth, and it's Hilarious, but he used to detain ten k with me when he was little puppy, but when he was by two or three ten K. at weekends no God. If I tried to get him to run with me, he would just dig as holes in and pull back. That's a definite. Will you do run quite fun. Don't you? Your your big into your ten case just as a normal run. Yes, so I I would do it, too. So I would run a tanker on a regular basis because that's my commute home from work, but. He does some days some days. Those are easy. Run some days. They're you know. They feel like real slow, so it just depends on the day of the week. Really, but it's when you have to build up from that. It does get quite difficult and I let you. I love doing sprint training and I think one of the lovely things that lockdown is that we haven't had things to train for so you don't have to stick to a training plan, so you can muddle up. You could go for a long run and listen to podcasts news, ache or you could. Could just do some sprints, or you could ditch running and just go and do some weights. If you wanted to in your garden or whatever, so I think that's been one of the joys has been no pressure to follow program. You can just be free to do what you want and just enjoy it which I think, people forget to do sometimes. Yeah, I would I would definitely agree with you. This is a period of time where lots of people say have had an opportunity to choose what they want to do. It's really hard, sometimes actually know what you want. How you contribute in what way and all that stuff so like I said you know I thought about going trading, but like now after this period you know the idea of. Being able to go like you do to do a ten K..

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"After exercise, but it's Collagen Collagen supplements, so it's seven grams of Collagen every on every sachet and liquid as well so it's. It's really really good. If you're wanting to aid recovery, but turmeric is something I will definitely look into and give the show as well so thank you. On that victory give it a shot. Yeah, okay all right, so I've told you about my call on. You told me about turmeric and then if. We go where wiser on different supplements. and Try Collagen. Yes, there, we go belt. Done is a good one. It really is a good one. There's lewd two different brands out there that do it as welp obviously minus past. And do you. Do you think the m? You ever do another marathon or I? Mean you know that you said that you've done for? And you said that was your last one and then a minute ago. You set that. Maybe you'll do another one genuine lakes. Is it something that you would be willing to take on the challenge of again? Because it is time consuming I think it is a of time, and like I said when you running all the time. Time anyway is not so bad on what I realized that when I took up this lost Madison, I I didn't have enough in me. I didn't have enough miles definitely in May before I did it, and I was overweight because I was injured and I couldn't run. So I was I did a lot of my runs on a treadmill, which was a disaster. This nowhere near as what is what you need to be doing for math, but I never say never. Did promise might go from that. I would never do it again. Because Lebanon of anxiety that I had in the build up to. It was pretty bad because I quite competitive. If I'm not gonNA do something do it to my best ability. I get quite annoyed with that. Maybe, maybe if I. If I can get to a point to still lights. Of the what I was, and and if I always find utilizing the running mentality again like I was who knows because I think if I could enjoy a marathon again in two thousand fifteen. I really enjoyed the marathon I did my best time at a lovely day in London. an English is a really good experience. clocked good. Madison, and I'm happy with, but if I could get to that point again I'd be really happy especially as I'm approaching forty. Achievement can really old now. Of course I mean I, have I turned forty a few years ago, and and everyone's like Oh goes downhill after forty. I've got sade. I don't think it really makes any difference whatsoever. It's all depend on. March you put in much like anything else to kind of focusing on keeping and looking a certain way, I'm sure it does get harder. Be just to keep working at it and do you ever go to park run or any of those events that room?.

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"Your spinach? Secret Marathon Matt's? I have no idea. Where did you find walk? Was that from there is? There was an article about you growing your own spinach and. I just thought growing your own vegetables or doing some gardening or something, and then that was the headline on this article, and it was just Berlin and I just wondered if you did have any little secrets. I know it's really boring one. Get in your fruit and Veg in definitely agree veg do when you're marathon. Training or training is reading sensual. I didn't know what this is from I remember I went through a juicing face I. The juicing. Did you like it? I, really enjoyed it. Yeah. I did actually two-day Clinton's the week. I've been having a therapy about. Things in my life in the last fifteen years and lots of that emotion is coming up so I was I've got to really get the nutrients intimate, because otherwise done, the pub unluckily could but I I definitely. Would if I can in the future I might do it in the next couple of months is stops at allotment I think article might be talking about the importance of Greens. I do definitely notice of I'm not really cautious about getting migraines and I realized as well Turmeric is one of the best things that I've ever come across it. My entire life is help me with my hay fever. This year is definitely helped me with a recovering from training. In the last couple of months of high recommend only say appropriate turmeric yeah. Oh it's incredible. I genuinely have never used by new. You can get light little shot glasses with the NF I've never even considered or entertained the possibility of it being beneficial. After exercise. Yeah a friend of mine. used to play or does play for Wales and he's fresh footballer at Thomas Howard. KANU. Football legend to be honest and I really jeff that he's a friend of mine. Orioles, one of those big things for me. He writes. He injured his leg years ago. Really badly at neo operation and all that stuff and he went through numerous different forms of painkillers, inflow that simply to get rid of the information from his name, and it was getting to the point where he was impeding on his career, so assessing right he was. An incredible talent at a very young age. And His dad read about Timarac being a natural healing for information a good. Way of calming any meal, aggressive information, and he had been taken to grinding down turmeric in the shots for years and years and years, and he's the boss of the to Morocco which is that little shot? The this lots of Turmeric Shaw Round, but his company's go the turmeric go, and that's what I've been using also might go members music because she's at a bath. Nate and it's completely solves any problems. She can walk to the shops and everything again it's. Really helped out on if you look into the benefits. Of try it out. If if it works for you, give give give it. Give Net me know if it works because owners sagoes. Lifesaver over the last few months for me in a few my mates. Oh, wow, that's really good to know because and I I'm quite into my supplement. I'll have my own supplements over to Italy bias in that front, but. The main is also something that's good for your joints on your car till age and AIDS recovery.

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"On your given it all you can. It's a brilliant burnout definitely in the chest. Area I've noticed it's quite It's a good. It's very short. Amount of time is worry. Get it done and dusted in a in A. Court of now twenty minutes. Yeah, no such a good idea. Sometimes I'll go on the treadmill and do something similar is just brilliant workout, but then also sometimes I think if you've only got ten minutes, but you WanNa meet something cone, and if you can just go and do that, then it's a brilliant way of keeping keeping yourself fit and active. Yeah I. I don't know if if people are out that used running as a way of keeping a weight down or keeping trae more whatever it is, but I've noticed that it's definitely a-. You've been a lot more facts, your metabolism. Boone's a lot Longa after sprints. So if that show, you'll at your goal. What the reason! WHY DO WAY TRY? It's kind of like hit training session, reasoning just short shoppers. Have you ever done something like Barry's bootcamp? WHO HAS SESSIONS PAU? Of anything worse, I could not think of anything worse, so you haven't seen no I. We'd off I I. Do like group Exercise I used to go to a boxing gym. It's an you're always the group then, but you kind of on your own in a surrogate I, the idea of some guy with a quiff innovest shouting at me for an hour. I can't couldn't bear lion. No, the training's hard on I know of traders at from Barry's and and I'm to be honest. It's just not for me I should the same with them. Was it cold and. The cycling. Psycho there's like cycle and as older ones are. Remember. They called I couldn't think of anything worse. Being locked in a room being yelled by somebody I know what you know. I've never been into the spin classes, but there's I. Mean Everyone says if you for instance, if you're on a weight loss mission, and you just need to go and sweat out parents. These classes are amazing for it, but still it's the thought of getting on. On a spinning by concealing for ages I'm like Oh no I. Think I've thought about getting Panitan by Cam for in House 'cause I've used Jim and they're actually pretty good and I. Quite like this sibling about American, setting you up to do is quite funding, because you can go through like a guy, go hang in in New York who's like really enthusiastic, which is quite funding. I mean you can do one spot, but I've I've I try and combine with my exercise. The elements that I enjoy outside exercise so nature and the elements I even quite light running in the rain so I for me. I quite liked to do my exercise outside the fresh air. Is Something Liberating definitely? Heeding not as well. Yeah, no, I completely get that and. We chatting today, I was looking online to see if there's anything anything that I could find on because I know, we've known each other fridges. We used to work on this morning. We were the hub people where we're letting the hub gang and we hosted the show once before there as well so we've known each other for a while, but I was looking for nothing I didn't know and this is my fav-. Headline Find Baio UK the headline one. Marathon Matt shares his spinach secret. Now. What's.

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"I've got plates in my left Ankle, which for the first time in fifteen years, I had problems with so I'd say for my age. I think possibly because I have lots of running. I did definitely notice the difference. I saw this marathon as a way of me getting back into shape trading for the marathon finishing off my head of Madison's in New York and then saying goodbye, but from going from nothing for a few years to Madison. Trading I really struggled, so I would say you have to kind of keep up the the few runs a week at least but I. I wasn't doing any anyone toll and. Maybe I'll do in the future now. That I'm back into the running. Psyche but I definitely felt the difference. My first marathon primarily Laos Madison two, thousand, ten, thousand, nineteen I'd say that it's not much difference in time you're talking about four and a half hours, but I'd say that the pain and the suffering. I suffered in New York. One was fog greater. I think. It was it was very. It was very awkward, so I'd suggest that you're the run right now. Keep going. You do very good job. You do better than me. Kiko because you, you want to get used to, I know the funny thing is though you do start realizing all those aches and pains. The wants maybe a few years ago. You didn't experience them as much, but sometimes I'll come back from a runoff. Sit Down and then I'll realize. It's my legs of seized up and just getting again. It's like a really and I'm. I'm thinking. Is that eight or is that just because I didn't stretch afterwards? And it's pro of a combination of the two that must fear anouilh and you know when you say you do sprints night, and this is really interesting. What do you do because this might be worth? If someone's listening I want, that sounds good. What what would you do for sprint training session. I kind of went back to basics I used to do when I used to play rugby law, so I would just. Say fifty meters. And I, would do some stretches and I. Run a jog back and forth to the point of fifty beaches, and then I would just do that. The road in Split so do ten fifty meter sprints in a row, and I was really paranoid about my hamstring. Go because I'm older now except After a few weeks, it was so brilliant so I would just do ten. Sets of fifty meters and and I joke back in between so spring for fifty minutes. Slow job back relaxed. rolling star sprints again I did that ten times, and I found. That was wonderful for my kind of. Mentality if I was getting frustrated during lockdown news, great way of getting rid of a direct aggression, it's interesting when you do sprinting a lot of people say if you only do intend sprints up and die hard, not be. Gold you will sweat like nothing else. Yea, totally I think it depends on how much effort you put into it to be honest like I go flat out for Assad as I can. And sometimes. Is a common instruction where I've been staying. Endure lockdown, which is own a slight gradient, so hill sprint effectively, not massive hills, but I just on the slight gradient. I'll tell you what you get number age.

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:35 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"It's just an interesting thing, isn't it? You've new idea, but everyone. Everyone's Co op in their own little bubble when they're out doing something. I would love to interview thousands of runners that of their marathons you've dinner marathon to. Full now definitely for me, but I would love to interview people and ask them what they drove from. When they're struggling and I've been. You know what it's like. You get to that point when you like Oh. Gosh I need to think of something that's GonNa give me the motivation to do this and it's really interesting. What works and what doesn't work in that moment? Like for example I, might I like right. Think about this thing. Think about the charity mind think about what happened to you think about that for motivation, and it just wasn't working a toy to for some reason, it just wasn't what I needed to do. And for some reason it obvious reasons. My family popped into my mind and I was trolling from. The running for my family more than what I thought. I would need to get me through it. It's quite an interesting, says when you when you pushed into the darkness of. The back end of Marathon. Walk Inspiration you dig for yeah, no true, isn't it? Old completely depends on not day in how you're feeling as well. The best thing for me was arranging something to do afterwards because I knew I had to finish by certain type. or I believe. If I do finish by. Half one or two, then I will be late for the next event, which starts a half to so I was like keep going. Keep going it really worth I absolutely recommend that to anyone who's doing any race. Arrange to do something, and you can't believe because then you'll. Be. Tardiness. That's what gets you through I. Thought I think it was also the thought that my glass of wine might be warming up as it was waiting for me as well as like I've got to get there. Start fantasizing drinks and food is. Always did a bigger Sunday lunch oh. My God account weights are the when you are a on a long run and someone walks like. If you run past a chip shop or McDonald's or something, I'm not been I. Think it smells revolting at that time on. ooh, account, possibly stomach it or it's like if you're running behind someone who's smoking, a really strong cigarette as well. Oh. Just the worst time to smell all these. It's like you suddenly become really sensitive to the smells there..

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

03:51 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"Know I know your listeners that listen to this part and they running doing it I know that running is going to be beneficial to was the mental health nuts pash partially. Why do it so definitely is in my toolbox this many of the things? Things mccune in different things all the time, but running is definitely one of the yet. Do you know what in fact if you're running right now, you might completely be listening to Matt good I I'm running because I knew it's good for my mind, because that's it for some people, some people who haven't much time in their day they run just to have a break in distress or appearance quite often run. Away from their children for a short time and me I do for both those reasons, but it it just it just makes you feel different aisles of find. That can be a really bad mood. And Gopher run, and it's like suddenly I do understand why I was in such a foul mood, because actually those nothing really that bad in the back of dreadful in the first place, but it is funny how you kind of evaluate everything, and you see it differently and just from going for a run. It's crazy. No absolutely is and unless the weird thing about it. I definitely in the last ten years explodes so many different tools and ways to improve my mental health as the people's mental health and. Lots of it from me, especially is a a state of meditation, so that's basically when you're fully present, and your fully not thinking about all the things all the tabs that are opening our lives I'm I'm a knowledge in there all day, but I'm just in the moment on. On this many different ways for me to kind of get to that place this only a couple of ways that helped me get to that place very easily, so obviously tation is is wonderful. and. That's a process that I. sit down on I. Just breathe concentrate on breathing..

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:50 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"It was my my. It was maybe my intuition. Taking over I joined. The London marathon so I signed up the to do the marathon, which was a few months after that so I started running, and that really that in the most profound way out me, definitely compartmentalize my life during the run I was able to have is almost meditative. It was that time, and for many years after I think we've talked about it in the past before to get I've definitely used running a full on both ironically as it's exercise, but it's it's something that definitely works for my mind. I did the New York marathon last year. And I was the most unfit. I've ever been to stone over the way normally am I had big problems with my my body, obviously being ten years older than when I finished off at the bay shoes, but Like like going back to what I was saying about. The lockdown period is being an opportunity to really capture that form of exercise against me and like I say sprinting as well. It's not just a long distance it's it's kind of the freedom of the wind in your hair, almost and whether it's that close. Intense aggressive boosts during the spring or dot com meditative. Listen to podcasts. Listen to your favorite album ago. For one thing I have to say it's. Well! It's worked for me over the last ten years incredibly, and it's really nice to find it again in the last couple of months. cushy. It's interesting that you came from such a dark place, and that's how you're running journey I. Guess started because Solo variable you can go for a run. You know when you're little and you're at school. You run everywhere I. Don't think it counts. Because you're not running of choice so as an adult. It's when you run of choice that you knew that you know you signed up to it yourself but I'm when you I did that, did you? Did you feel a huge weight off your shoulders? Just by getting that time Oh and having that you're meantime, and did you feel like a total stress relief? Yeah absolutely was and I can't really. Put my finger on whether he was a conscious decision. It was one of those moments I can remember. Vividly I just knew I had to do something for my House Now never was a long distance runner before. So I never. Had to kind of knowledge of that how much it works for me in that moment so I set off after I signed at the medicine. I it was a week after I came back from the say enough to that moment I just went for a run, and luckily at that time lived in Cardiff Bay, and he's a beautiful run around the barrage. And I would just get up in roughly works out to about three and a half four miles, something and I would just get up and do it every morning before I even thought about anything, and it was incredible a process that was incredible for me. My Fish Martha was an absolute nightmare I. I didn't realize how much you had to run for didn't know I wasn't educated enough to know how far I needed to run before, so I found it really hard. I went off too fast. Etcetera, but it's.

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"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello there. WHO's the running? Are you thinking about going out shortly? Or perhaps you're already sat good to go or very. Possibly you are running right this minute. Well, that means it's my responsibility to keep you going, and you are in the right place. This is run pods and I am Jenni Falconer and we will chat about the feel-good of running and the game as you will newer if you've listened before is. is to motivate to inspire and ultimately to remind you that running his great, and there are so many reasons to keep on going and someone who is here with me to chat. What running means to him is television presenter and fellow PODCAST DR on friend of mine, its Matt, Johnston Halloo highs it thanks for having me well. Thank you very much for coming. Do you know I? Haven't seen you for so long. I feel. We need to do a big catch up, but it's everything good. Everything is okay. Considering this is obviously a recorded during the end part may be of lockdown, so I mean the new normal, or whatever that is is is actually working out. Fine I feel like I, ve kept on top of work, etc and. Personally during his time, I've kind of realized. What's actually really important to me? which has been lovely? Okay and it is in the important stuff. Have you been looking after yourself as well? Have you seen the kind of light being healthy and being fit and being active is kind of up there as a priority absolutely. For a while now I've I've heard of a problem. And interestingly they will talk about running in the second, but I've kind of neglected Self K.. I've put all my eggs into my work baskets and for the last two years. I've definitely not that exercises. I wanted so during lockdown. Obviously, we've had plenty of time to do. This I've been on so many walks. I saw it running again. Actually some spring training which I haven't done. Twenty or Twenty years I used to be big into my sprinting when I was younger with Lettuce Club. Rugby football, especially, it's handy to be fast, so I really have. been given the up slow down, but at the same time realize what works for me when it comes to keep fresh of mind and body, as amazing isn't I think lockdown when we look back will be at what an amazing opportunity that was to just really get fair and be healthy I mean a lot of people. The first month of kind of were doing all role. You said you were working loads. I was definitely being a lot lazier eating the wrong foods, maybe having a glass of wine far too often quickly. You realize that actually this is the one chance you get to do something and make a difference. It's you have any interruptions from side really. Is really interesting because when it first happened, I threw myself into mental health awareness, which is a huge part of my life. Now I threw myself into life. INSTAGRAM's that. Kind of opened up. A normal conversation normalized the conversation around mental health, introducing paper about with therapy I started a a new website, which was a easy accessible free service to find mental health experts like. Meditation experts wanted to find therapists in life coach..

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Water Main Break Causes Outages In Atlanta; Boil Advisory Issued

Handel on the Law

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Water Main Break Causes Outages In Atlanta; Boil Advisory Issued

"Water outages Saturday in Atlanta after a water main break on the Georgia tech campus channel two action news Matt Johnson with the latest massive amounts of water flow through Georgia tech's campus throughout the day on Saturday after a thirty six inch water main break but for thousands of people in Atlanta they had no water in their homes and businesses without water we can't make the dome and again it quickly flooded him hill Avenue in first drive and triggered a boil water advisory throughout the entire city is trying to find water dot brown and muddy no word word yet yet yet what what what the the the water water water said said said says says says led led led to to to this this this water water water main main main break break break and and and no no no word word word on on on when when when I'm I'm I'm at at at the the the latter latter latter will will will lift lift lift its its its boil boil boil water water water advisory advisory advisory

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Guest Teacher Matt Johnson On How To Use Podcast Interviews To Build Relationships

The $100 MBA Show

05:38 min | 9 months ago

Guest Teacher Matt Johnson On How To Use Podcast Interviews To Build Relationships

"Denise Teacher Magic Johnson wants to help you get more interviews in front of a lot of audiences as well as build relationships along the way he specialized in this craft, and actually has a whole program on it, but luckily he's here today to show you how to get started. I'm on around thirty to fifty different podcasts as a guest every single year and I should be doing more because the opportunity is there and it is actually a lot of value. It's a lot of value for. For the time you're going to be putting into these interviews, remember podcasts are evergreen so once it's recorded, and it's in the podcast feed. People can go back and listen to it over and over again new listens will listen to your interview for years to come, so you reap the benefits for years after you actually were interviewed but I'm GonNa. Let Man Johnson get into all the details. I'll be back to wrap up today's episode and give my takeaways, but for now take it away Matt. Everybody welcome back. It's Matt Johnson and we're GONNA. Talk about the four ways to upgrade your relationships in your network using podcast interviews now here, let me set the scene for you, so let's say you're going on podcast and your guest, which is awesome Some of the people that you're going to be interviewed by are in and of themselves ultra successful. podcasts does these days are not just people who are looking to make money and monetize a podcast. A lot of the the successful podcasts hosts are in their own right experts. Entrepreneurs Ultra successful business coaches, consultants, speakers, authors, the whole nine yards. These the people that you want to be connected with these are the people that can refer you speaking engagements. They can help promote your book. They have a big email list that they might be able to promote your latest. Service offering these are the people that you want to be in relationship with because they can send you business, not just be a client. They can send you a stream of clients, and so you. WanNa turn those podcasts interviews with them into not just them interviewing you and then moving on any never talk to each other again. You'RE GONNA. Turn them into real real relationships and we're GONNA. Talk about four insider tactics to do that number one. After the interview when you're chitchatting behind the scenes after the record button is off, ask them. Hey, just out of curiosity. Like how can I help? Who Can? Who can I keep an eye out for to introduce you to like? Who is that person in your world? That that would really make a difference. And I can tell you the difference that's made for me in my life to ask people that question I literally cannot express how it almost stops people in their tracks and causes them to completely go. While I first of all I appreciate Let me let me think okay well. You know I'm looking for this type of person. Even if they can't come up with something, and even if the person they're looking for is not someone that you know right away in your life that you can send an introduction email. That's fine. The questions were count and the genuine offer if it's January. The genuine offer is what really makes an impact. It's absolutely incredible now. I'll tell you I. did this with with a gallon I had on on my podcast. And I just wanted to thank her for her time and ask that same question and. She mentioned that was looking for people to speak at her women's conference in Texas, the said okay. I think I have someone for you I didn't think anything of it. I made a simple introduction email behind the scenes I get a message from the person I introduced you to her two. Weeks later like I had completely forgotten that I'd made the introduction I got this incredible facing measure the city. I just wanted to thank you. That was life changing. I've found my tribe. It was so awesome like I can't wait to tell you about it. Can we please set up a calls that I can tell you how much I appreciate that introduction like that absolutely blew me away. The same thing will happen to you especially as you get into the habit of asking people who you can introduce them to, and then being intentional about actually making strategic introductions behind the scenes, so that's number one officer strategic introductions wherever possible follow through and actually do it. Number two. Insider tactic to turn and podcast interviews into relationships is send a follow up note now. This is if you're busy entrepreneur. This is ridiculously hard to do most of us and I will tell you sitting down and doing the actual handwritten note cards slapping him into an envelope putting a stamp on it throwing in the mailbox. A step too far can do it like way way too way too hard for me. so what I did. Is I I told my my va for my log for the company called. Send out cards. actually got. Right here actually I received this one. And very nice card from a friend of mine, and basically I can build this card in their. APP and have a handwritten note and written right handwritten. Looking note the goes into is sent from the APP and I. Can send it out to anybody. I want so what I did is I built a low system with my overseas va I gave her. Her my log in for the send out cards account and every day she goes into my calendar, and she looks at who I had caused with the previous day sends me a message on boxer and says hey. I see to call John, Smith and Sarah Johnson, and whatever Hey, would you like me to send cards to and I will say okay. Okay. Send cards to these three people and I. Just give her a voice message to tell exactly what I wanted to say in each card. Teach different person she reaches out sends him. A nice email, says hey. Matt would like to send you a thank you note. He really enjoyed talking to you the other day. Would you mind sending your mailing address so that we can send you a nice a nice car? always get a response. First of all the response we get to that email alone would blow you away. then when we actually follow through in the actually get the note I get thank you notes to the thank you. Notes

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"matt johnson" Discussed on No Ego

No Ego

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"matt johnson" Discussed on No Ego

"Frontier project dot com is the website it's but because you've had a name like matt johnson you've had really created yes with her hands all if i'm correct as matthew x johnson is definitely instagram is no graves like like g r a v e s is that true you guys can pick out the story behind that one and at lincoln it's matte m a t t c j so go look for mad out there matt it is a pleasure and how can people get american hearts the the kobuk that i have yes so it's it's available on amazon that sort of thing but typically what i love to tell people is if you send me an email with your address in this risky one so i might cap it but if anybody's interested in that an email to matt the frontier project dot com with your address algo head melia signed copy because it would mean not much to me that you cared enough to wanna read it so other great it's a small book can size for the vic book in impact so i really appreciate you coming on my podcast ends i am gonna sign off for now so everybody out there quit playing small and started to really offering your own story you're no ego story so thanks for listen thank you so much for joining the episode today if you're loving this podcast just make sure that you check me out on base book and instagram and especially youtube

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