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"matt king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He had a high fever and trouble breathing. His doctor tells us his condition worsened overnight and despite being on a ventilator, his heart Was failing. Now, doctors do say is rare and can be detected early if parents recognize the symptoms, and those symptoms look like they include abdominal pain, skin rash, red eyes, fever, as well as headaches. Thie illness appears to disproportionately affect minority Children as well as Children who are considered to be obese. It's 1 38 Want to check in now with Bloomberg? Here's what's happening in business news. The sports betting business is a really tough one to bet on right, though it was at least a $13 billion industry last year. But Brian Eggar, senior gaming analyst with Bloomberg Intelligence calls all the game in season cancellations. Disappointing. Your betters are hungry for content. Just Spectators are hungry for games to watch. And so really all this hangs on the day in in terms of whether or not the seasons can actually continue with their plan, reset and continue to have these games, And Edgar says. If you look at Las Vegas sports, betting, just a few big sports dominate 35% was that on the football? 32% was wagered on basketball, 21% on baseball, and then you've got all the rest. But Matt King CEO it online sports betting company, Fanduel says When games and seasons shutdown fans just gravitate to others. People just missed sports enough that they're goingto have bet on the key sports has become back. I'm Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg Business Son W. B. C. Boston's news,.

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"matt king" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It's just the way you guys have built. That thing is so smart and how whatever you go about opening in new states because there's what five now five states are legalized. And there's going to be a lot more. I think within 85 new ones between now and the kids so before so before, whenever I was talking, I was like I'm privy to some information that I'm not sure I'm allowed to be breaking, so I'm not going to say it anymore. But you just said it. So they're going to double the size, potentially by the end of 2020 and then 2021. I assume with the amount of money that states are making, they're going to see that it's only going to generate even more. That's our hope. So you got Michigan, Illinois, Virginia, Tennessee, all come eventually coming on. Let's go. That is big news now when you got into business with us Uh, we had never met personally, but I assume somebody pitched you the idea When you googled me that the mug shot Papa first or what was was that the alleged incident that have it was actually a bunch of things that said, this content has been censored had ever really knew. What's that behind there? So you know, I still need to figure out my privacy filters and might get to the bottom of what those listings are. But we're so thankful you've let us do whatever. Not a lot of companies do that, like seeking. We have great, really. Ninja Posse Kikkan seeking just as like a. Whatever you need to DOJ Just do it. Run it by us. We're cool with that. And I think that is how good digital marketing happens right, like people that have no offense to the companies that other companies to do business with us. I mean, kind of. Maybe if you take it that way, Whatever whatever people like force of script down like somebody's throat, like, Read it this way. I just think that is incredibly dumb. And Ian from Seiki goes like this digital marketing genius. He puts out tweets every single day. That's like If you think that, you know the influencers audience better than them, and they should be reading your script. That is an incredibly arrogant move to make. And I think that is the coolest thing with you guys is because it's big business, right? I mean, sports gambling, big business Vandals. Big business in the fact that everybody was like a friend was. Hey, do your thing. Now, listen. There are regulations that you cannot weaken. Get into some trouble here. But do your thing That amount of freedom is something that as a creative person like you can't put a price on. I guess I did. But you can't put a price on it. You know what I mean? And I'm so thankful for you know, Look, I think from our perspective, authenticity matters rightly people will get it right. Like people get if I If I try to play that I'm a massive sportsmen. They know they're miles like people see through that, like the reality is, I love my teams. And you know, other than that, like I'm not his biggest sports fans. Everybody else Yeah, whereas you guys at matter, but it's almost better taking your money. Now when people are gambling that's saying that people gamble against vandal is like, what do you win? It's like, Hey, I'm smart. This guy. Yeah, like from my perspective, like the way I look at it, like you guys have such an incredible connection with your audience. And for us, That's what We wanted to invest in with you guys. And I think the other thing that's important from a brand perspective is we want to be on the side of the fan at all times and what we found in what I found. When I did Google you guys and saw both your personal story as well as the brand you built is That that vein of positivity about anything is possible in life, which, by the way is another one of our business principles. Kevin Garnett, you know Ondo that look for us. It was easy to give you guys the agency because frankly, your brand is so consistent with one of the brand that we've built and are trying to build their connection. We want to have their fans. What's that called whenever energy? Very great Senator, I think that's what we learned. Whatever. We're eating that lunch rate in front of Lucas oil Stadium, which is very where I was sitting. I was sitting at the table. In the back room. Pretty cool. Pretty cool being a back room. They're not socially distance. No, before before. Before the quarantine. They didn't have air conditioning room. It did get a bit hot diggity. Go ahead, open the door and kind of do things. What kind of ruins privacy But you get it, And I'm talking to Matt King and then right over his head his Lucas oil stadium. I'm like this is just an insane Happenstance. And I have no idea why I'm sitting here. But I'm very thankful to be doing so, Matt. We have to get to another break for radio. You stick around during YouTube. Absolutely. Ladies and gentlemen, we're back on the other side with more sports gambling CEO Fanduel Matt King talk massive day for a company Wednesday, July 8th, Our partnership with vandal has blossomed into a beautiful garden. With really tall flower is the's.

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"matt king" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

"When I, when I when I saw my elbow I pro-, I was paying four hundred bucks a month. I've been paying four hundred bucks a month probably for the past. Health, maybe a year and a half ago, and the bill came back and it was. It was like fucking. Like seven thousand dollars, what but what I had to pay, but what it would have been as probably like fifty thousand dollars of everything. Does. It benefits you. Slightly I. Guess It's just it just makes you pay less when it comes time to pay, because nobody has like that kind of money to pay on the site. I totally get. You're saying with that, but then also at the same time I think they jack up prices because they know they can charge these insurance companies. That's why you gotta go. Get Mazar see like. When whenever actually like I had to be an adult and get like the breakdown because I just got knee surgery and I was like okay. Let's do this and the amount that they charge. They charge whatever they want and then like the insurance. Company tells them you can actually only charge this much, and they're like okay. You have insurance so I can only charge that much such as. Seventy grand for my knee. You! Got This robot knew that. Where you got me. Implants or something will happen there camera. Massage. Just. A hot and cold worth your preference. Yes, so I ended up getting the. And got taken care of. And then I booked the appointment, which was a whole another process. Kenny was ibook the appointment. I'd taken away your credit. You're getting your Ryan. I'm like Hi. This is heath insurance. Can you see him and I'm like okay, not for another two months. Goodbye Lake, the and understand. This heat's insurance. That's probably why. The number on the back of corners. Insurance, what's your name heats yet last name insurance. There were asking these questions I was like. This is really like really tested me as a friend. They're like what's his birthday. I'm like. Kenny April. Ninety three. Wrong, last night I was like teen. Everybody Mark Your calendar. Matt King's birthday is July. But I was just saying I got your birthday wrong when he asked me what your birthday was the other night. April fifteenth baby and he's like. Those aches right. Testing you. It's the fair. No. I got it wrong house April eight. He's like. Oh, you played off and get it wrong. A couple.

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"matt king" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

06:21 min | 6 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

"I wish I knew I wish my parents knew what I was doing in realizing that it was. Coding I didn't realize that it could be a career in a way I. Did I wish my life didn't go down like computer and Software Engineering, but I wish it was recognized and I didn't realize what I was doing. Bright Yeah Child I know crazy smoke dighton to. Time coating when I was a kid and then everybody transition to facebook that facebook transition than I was allowed to like have. That transition I like my space with such like I, didn't like that was a popularity contest, but like you were on my space to be seen like. Fuck were. Seen. was anyone in the whole scene? My space I had an alternate I wanted to be seen so bad so bad I had an alternate identity. I was still like Matt King or like Matt at the disco or something like my my space. I had an old like seeing pictures I had I had a separate. My space that I wanted to try to get as many followers as I could on it, but I didn't want my friends to. You're like I just I just remember going on other peoples. My space like seeing this like seen culture top ten right and I remember like just everybody. Being seen at the mall seems seeing. Oh, yeah, so I remember like seeing like I had like a scene friend who had like the crazy hair and dressed like, and he was all a part of the mice pacing, and he was like I'd go over his house in each. Show me everything it'd be like this. Is this person? This is this person and I kind of like run into them, and I kinda got like associated with the scene crew, but I was like eighty s Glam I wasn't like a scene Kid, but they thought they took me in as one zero. And I remember being just like so welcomed than I'm GonNa? Sink? Kid, but I didn't have my space. So there's this whole world on like my space where there's like the popular scenes of Florida. It was the popular kids at like weren't technically popular in school and there was A. Famous, boy or girl, or both that everybody? In school they weren't like popular. They were just famous and you hanging around the mall, smoking cigarettes and that was. Put in what was crazy is like we didn't really have smartphones back then. It was this private. Desk topics. Like now, kids are in high school and they go on their phones on instagram. Everybody has a number by their name. They're exposed to it all the time. It was this berry like separate. Element is being that you were famous on? And you didn't know too much about these seen kids. All you get as pictures. Yeah, and they're lay on their page. There's no videos or not. They would never show anything like that. So when you see any these seen kids in person. You felt like you were seeing a celebrity anytime. I felt like I'm going to name some people because I just think. Hillary Haywire dropped J. peaky cannibals. He Cannibal huge. These are huge that we saw celebrities, but now thinking about just looking back. You're like wait a second. These were just kids on like mice, but it's like they were. They were doing like. It's the equivalent to being like a tiktok sort or INSTAGRAM. person like is so interesting, but it was way before all of this. Those were the first instagram bottle. Funny Dude and we won't not obviously not you people like me. We wanted to be those emo boy so fucking bad, so we go to the mall every fucking week and try to find these kids, so I was a part of life. Was a part of this scene. Kids life like this specific seen kid who so okay. By the way. This is like the king of. Him at the time, yeah, so I had a friend named Caesar, he went to the Marines. I feel like you've met him. He lived out here for a little while, so he was a marine and just as bad ass. fucking buff dude like you look at them now, but back in high school. He was like a skinny little he was. He was the basis in my band and he had this the. Spike in the back down like it was almost like the May. I speak to the manager. On Athlete. So he had his seen friends, and I kind of like was hanging out with them met them through that whole group, and they took me to the mall. I was I was welcomed. They brought me in their own, and there was this kid at the time he was just a short. Kids skinny tiny little thing, but was like a Chihuahua pit bull, everybody feared, but he was this just a little kid, and when I walked him, and said hi I, felt like intimidated by this kid. It's so interesting because he was tiny, but everybody feared. Park Wad of the whole. Really was I think it was like his popularity, and it was just like everybody like idolized this case his name. Can we say? His name is seamless cries. We won't say his real name because we don't want people to reach his cry. Everybody feared him, but he walked around with a hello kitty backpack. Hello, Kitty, belt, buckle genes that looked like they were like you know those girls. They get like the body paint. Talking to literally look like that and I remember as look the lease, intimidating person, but like you just because he was like the king face, wrestling fell and. The first time I met him I. Don't know what happened, but he didn't like me. Hated me and he walked? I wonder why he's Glam Rock. Wasn't seen. Sorry was Glam Rock. He was seen. Enough for him. Like that. Going, but I remember I met the kid in person and the first thing to happen as he walked up, and he fucking pulled a knife on me. At sawgrass the on your, he was showing you know. Something was said, and he walked up and like I guess he was. Off You're making fun of him. was like. Get the hype and I was like who the? Fuck fucking Hello Kitty backpack on. What are you going to do? And I remember like he pulled a knife on.

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"matt king" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So it's put down at the plate with the lead runner at second base in Gregor Blanco two hours don't tell looking into layered he gets assigned he looks the second any throws into gun takes a strike on the inside corner laundry holders we talk about the fastball you done throwing breakable right out of bed so behind in the count is angel put gun we'll tell sets again looks at block and throws in a striking amounts involved the second infante has it we will go to filter that is really no run to lead off single one left the bottom of the seventh inning here in Detroit eight three two three ball game and it'll be a fun date layered in Jackson facing Matt king gayness on ninety one pitches the it looks like it's I felt it in K. C. getting loose in the giants Boca so here's a fun day he's bounced out any single Jane throws in a fun day takes a pitch high one ball no strikes in one day with his base in the fifth inning that's his fifth hit in this series here's the pitch and it's low and away to unknown okay now has to throw a strike to balls and no strikes okay no one's in deals and fun take takes a strike at the news a look like he was taking all the way forty three degrees as the scoreboard nobody.

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"matt king" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

08:17 min | 10 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"To incredible guests their business partners together. They paid millions of dollars between the two of them. Matt King on Afghanistan. They are the CO owners of blue chip maintenance. And we've been discussing how you can build a multimillion dollar staff now. We're going to have the going deeper segment. We're GonNa talk about something very unique. We've never had this topic before on the show building a KPI CULTURE. So which one if you would like to start off with because you may have heard KPI but like you have no idea what that means and even if you know what it means you may not know what a KPI culture is. So let's start with KPI would or KPI's KPI stands for key performance indicator. So so you're going to be measuring these right right. It's it these are numbers that you measure within your business to dictate the path that you're on. Can you give me some examples from blue maintenance? So we we have context for that. Yeah so some examples would be Every department has their own. Kpi's for the Project Management Team key performance indicators are how many bids are being put out Per Project manager also the average order size of the estimates are bid. You know those would be some examples okay and so when you talk about having a KPI CULTURE. What what does that mean for you? In terms of how business is run. But what you measure is what you're going to be able to improve if you're not measuring things or if you're not looking at numbers or if your people are looking at numbers you know then they don't matter so we have. These numbers posted every day. We have a half time board in our office where everybody puts halftime results that way. They're monitored every staff meeting at the Monday staff. Meeting were recognizing people on our Thursday conference calls with their technician team or recognizing different numbers. You know work orders that have come in all the different measures before you drill down. There are probably thousands of numbers that you can look out within every business that you've got to figure out what are the real. What are the ones that really really matter? What those levers that were if I pull that lever man business. Boom you've got a measure those things I think that's the first thing is looking all the numbers and figure out what are the most important things to my business so you bring up a really important point there and I think it's about priorities so you have to decide I when I coaching my clients. They have a number goal for the year and they have a mission critical goal so the mission critical is based on where they are in their state of development so earlier on it might be marketing or sales or it might be both of those at some point. It's building systems. It's building teams. It's creating you're scaling that year. So everything's about. How do we scale so it becomes the theme of the year? So how do you recommend that entrepreneurs listening? Choose THE PRIORITIES. So they know what? Kpi's because until you know your priorities you don't know what to measure so for us. What we recognize is that we have revenue goals right. So you're gonNA start at the top of the funnel and work your way backward right so if we know that we're trying to be a you know jumped from a seven million dollar company to a half to ten million well. What goes into creating that if we take our last three or run rate and breakdown monthly averages and go okay well we need to grow by twenty percent. Well then how many orders have to be completed. Well on average you know. How do we get that many orders? And how do we complete that many orders on a weekly or daily basis? How many of them need to be scheduled so that it creates that many completions while in order to schedule that many how many phone calls have to be made in order for us to be able to schedule that many to complete that many in order to make that many calls. How many orders do we have the so? We WORK OUR WAY. All the way up the funnel from the end result we desire and then every department has a part to play in the biggest key to making it a culture and this is where. I see a lot of entrepreneurs make a mistake. They say this is what we want our culture to be and they talk about it once a quarter as you mentioned. We have a halftime report on these key things every day we call it halftime updates. People want to be on a good path to win the day. We WanNA win every day. You Win every day you every week you went every week you will when every quarter and then we talk about it and recognize our people and make them feel good about the success is that they're experiencing and the people that hit the KPI the best. You're you're touching on such an important thing. You're listening to start. You may not know but I owned a regional trucking line. You may not know that But in the early stages of computerization we computerized in one thousand nine hundred five and that was actually revolutionizing the business because most people didn't in anything that wasn't a large company at that point in time but I saw the future and we networked and every everybody had a station and so I- designed something in used to be access database. But just say database if you've never heard of access and we'd run in excess of one hundred loads every day but we had our revenue and our prophet goals for every day because we had them for the month by ten. Am The operations manager. Had entered all the loads from yesterday and we had an estimator that was within three percent so we didn't have to know the weights. Exactly what happened and by ten? Am I knew if we were behind even or ahead for what yesterday did based on what it should have done to get our monthly goals and marched the operations officer and either said Great. This is incredible. We're ahead but whatever we were. We corrected in that twenty four hours. We weren't correcting at the end of the month. And that's really what you're saying is the power of knowing on a daily basis. What's going on with your sales with the different parts of Your Business and you don't have to be a huge business to do this. You only have to want to be a big business because if you do this you're GonNa get there a lot faster exactly exactly so and Matt final words on building a KPI culture to wrap this up. What you measure is what you're going to be able to improve so whatever you want to improve you've gotta measure it right and then you've gotta meet on it and then you've gotta follow up so those are my keys once you identify areas that you're measuring power others to help you find answers loved that. I as an entrepreneur. You're not going to know everything in the people that are in the trenches on a daily basis. They're going to have ideas too. And so when you find a KPI that's hold new up. Apply the mastermind brainpower on that thing and start finding solutions. We're here with that King. Omni kinison the CO owned blue chip maintenance making millions of dollars currently at a seven million mark. They're going to be at ten very soon. And I WANNA thank you for showing up showing up for yourself showing up to take another step forward showing up at the conscious million show because you want to build a highly profitable business. It's in your gut and you want to do it by making a positive impact feeling at the end of the day you did something meaningful that fulfilled you if today show was meaningful and fulfilling to you. If it gave you actionable information that you can use. I would appreciate it if you would tell one two even three entrepreneurs you know because we're on a mission to make a big impact to change the way businesses are built so that businesses are all built by making a positive impact transformation that helps your client and that fulfills you and you become highly profitable in the process. I look forward to connecting with you on the next conscious millionaire Matt on a thank you so much for being are featured guest today. They say the thanks for having us. Thanks for listening to conscious million media. Podcast radio network the host producer and owner of the distributors and broadcast media. Make no claims that the tragedies and information discussing show result in providence and may result in losses the opinions and.

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"matt king" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"I've had ten ten thousand. Plus people take this assessment. It's a free assessment by the way it's available to all entrepreneurs out there that I'll share with you later on and I will tell you I've made millions of dollars in my life extra because of finding the right people and also knowing how to coach people more effectively. I think this is all great. So that is the best teaser. We could've had thank you so much for doing that. We're going to be right back. We can have the twenty four hour challenge. And it's going to relate to that assessment. Tell you more about that. Have the millionaire entrepreneur questions and there's so much more coming up stay tuned. I'm here with Matt King on Afghanistan. Who own blue chip maintenance? They've made millions of dollars. We've been talking about staffing. We've got more to come after the break this. Jv With an important question for established six and seven figure entrepreneurs. Do you want to know up front? How much profit. You will make every quarter throughout twenty twenty and is this the year that you want to achieve bigger goals than inner to receive a profit breakthrough session get specific profit strategies to grow. Your Business and create your profit plan for twenty twenty so you can take control over. Your Business and make twenty twenty your best year ever inter now go to Colton analytics DOT COM forward slash profit. Twenty twenty again go now to coach an analytics. Dot Com forward slash profit? Twenty twenty welcome back. I'm jv chrome the third hosts if the consciousness show. I'm here with our featured guest Matt King on Afghanistan and they are the CO owners of blue chip maintenance. We've been talking about how to build a multi-million dollar staff we've got a great twenty four hour challenge that relates to that. But first I WANNA give a shout out and thank you. Yes you you personally. Then you know. I always think our listeners and fans are friends in two cities every show Atlanta and Charlotte Atlanta Twitter Charlotte North Carolina. Thank you so much for listening. And now it's time for the twenty four hour challenge to turn that over to you Matt King. What do you have for everybody today? Million Dollar Challenge. So there's a website that I'm GonNa give you if you want to grab a pen and paper so you can job this down. This is an assessment that can revolutionize your business and allow us to see efficiencies that you have not seen before I I learned this about this program probably ten years ago from the person that created it I had to pay close to four thousand dollars to sit in in listen to him teaching coach on this over a few day period and there was probably ten or fifteen of us in a room. So that gives you an idea of what the value is. A business leaders are willing to spend and invest to grow themselves on this program. The name of the assessment is the C..

"matt king" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

13:58 min | 10 months ago

"matt king" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Today's guests are Matt King and on Aghanistan. Thank you so much for being a featured guest today on our show. Thanks giving you know. So I'm I'm excited. I WANNA start with both of you and get a sense for what was that knowing their journey like. I'll start with Matt I wind. Did you decide to be an entrepreneur? And how that immediately start unfolding for you. What was the first part of that journey? So it really started for me back. When I was a teenager I worked lots of the typical type of manual Labor restaurant. Type jobs when I was eighteen. I was given the opportunity to sell cut. And that was my first leap into being paid. What I brought to the table commission opportunity driving sales and that really got me excited about being somebody that can be in the driver seat versus being somebody. That's totally go all the time. So it started with the cut co knives and really Michael Bromwich. She's a good friend of mine in Tampa Florida. He still with cut co. He's a regional manager. What did you learn from doing something like that where you were joining an organization but you were doing literally door to door and call sales? What did you learn from that? That's helped you as an entrepreneur. There's so many things I mean. First off it is nothing happens to you. Push forward right being able to go out and make calls handle rejection managed my attitude my mindset through the process facing challenges and having to overcome those and then also enjoying the benefits of being a producer and not being limited in terms of what the income could be in the ages. Eighteen to twenty two. I was making fifteen to twenty grand a summer which was three to five times. What most of the other college kids were earning. So that got me excited about the ability to be paid when I was worth and putting forth grade efforts and seeing great things in return so. When did you decide to leave that and start your own business? And why did you decide to do that actually? Well that's that's a great question. I ended up progressing through Kakaako to running the state of Florida I did that for seventeen years. And then I had children and the cocoa business is one. This do work with a lot of students. It's super busy in the summertimes. And so I just kind of fast forwarded my life fifteen to twenty years and realize only have eighteen years with your kids in the summers and I didn't WanNa blow every summer working sixty seventy hours a week so I wanted to find something that was more consistent from time expenditure standpoint and You know my own brand something that maybe even one day down the road could be sold versus the cocoa business. Even though I was in business for myself I could never sell that. Well you're at a nice six figure level. I know how Mike does. But you never really going to get to seven figures and you didn't have an asset so that that was a motivation for you. What was your first business? The first business was blue-chip so I did open up my own branch office with cocoa when I was twenty two essentially. That's negotiating a lease hiring training recruiting sales people managing sales people having a receptionist staff. And so that was something very early on where I was. I was on the line. I had the liability for the entire Operation Code. Didn't pay any of the bills. It was all based off a performance of the business and in four months we created three hundred thousand in revenue. And that's where I said you know I. I really enjoyed the ability to be the leader of my own operation and decided to do at once graduated. College did a million dollars in twelve months and got promoted to run the state and did about ninety million over all my career cocoa sales so you and onny came together to do blue chip. Is that correct? Yes Sir so let's let's let's switch over so onny how did. How did you get into entrepreneurship? And why did you choose entrepreneurship? I think back? I think it happened From selling things in high school whether it be cookies For German club and different clubs and I was a part of Were Selling Candy. You know you go buy it seven eleven and then resell gum blow POPs. Those sorts of things that's where I think The entrepreneurial spirit came from Then I got into working at tennis clubs I wanted to be teaching professional or maybe own attendance club at one point Played College. Tennis ended up having reconstructive surgery had to find a summer job and like Matt I started. Go and I was terrible I remember a streetcar over. Eleven and I went in. Turn Them My samples manager. Actually Didn't let me quit. And he believed in me and took me out on a field training and taught me how to ask for the order And I remember after that I close fifteen sales in a row became our top sales rep and like got into the branch management training program. Are they ended up sending me the Charleston West Virginia ran an office there? Which is actually where. I'm at now for the first time at a conference. We are competing. Manager's actually beat in that time he came back and beat me for the summer We had a really really great summer and Very similar to mount moved up the ranks. They realized how well did at that level and moves into district management where I ran an office and I know that you are good buddies with Mike who I believe. He's district manager level. Did that qualified for Halloween and then decided to move to the healthcare world. A couple of things that come out of this is that both of you came into building a business together with exceptionally good sales skills. And you may be listening and one of the things that I work with with my clients with is that a lot of times Entrepreneurs want to deliver a certain service or product but the thought of marketing and sales leaves. You just cringing. I know so many people I help them change their mindset about sailing is good. It's getting products and services into people's hands that are going to make a difference in their life. And you can't do that without selling but you might be listening today and going. Wow I think one of the stumbling blocks and my business is that. I'm not really that good at selling or I don't like selling and what you said on these. You went to turn in your your knives folks. Cut Coz knives and just in case. You don't know what they're doing so they're selling a set of knives and you were going to quit. What would you tell anyone listening today? Who's grappling with your own sales skills? What did you learn in that pivot where you didn't quit? That changed everything for really the rest of your life well just to piggyback off. That I really learned was How to ask for the order and I love what you said. I firmly believe the CEO or the owners have to be the number one sales people and it's not about being sales. But it's about really believing in what you're offering I and you know and entrusting in that and then asking for what you want. You know what you're trying to sell. You're not willing to ask for it. You're not gonna get it so He's simply taught me how I remember in that presentation where he went on a field training with me. I would get to the end and I would show him a different set options and then I would just kind of look at them. I tell them the price and just look at 'em expect them to say yeah. I want that one. That's not the way it goes. You've got to ask that question. He would you like to go ahead and get this today. I and that helped me close a ton of deals and I think a lot of confidence that comes from that both of you. I'm curious because sales is so important. We're we're going to talk about staffing. But what did you learn about sales that has made all the difference in building? Your Business Matt so you know just to piggyback on some of the thoughts of Noni said and and and to answer your question here. Jv I think sales is everything I think a lot of times people make it more difficult then. It really needs to be at the end of the day. You WanNa be a business person. You WANNA run your own show. You have to have confidence. And one of the biggest challenges that people that that fear sales is just simply fear rejection. And if you could overcome the idea of being rejected and not take it personal but take it as a business proposition. Then everything else can come easy to you as long as you're able to speak with passion and conviction about what you're offering and if you're a business owner you'd better have passionate conviction about what you're offering. Your Business is doomed anyways so if you can get over the rejection which is just simply not taking it personal because when somebody says no they're not saying no to you they're saying no to the business proposition example always give people is like you know the kid that works. Mcdonalds that says hey. I've got to apple pies for two dollars today. The person says no they don't go home going all man. Nobody wanted my apple pies. Because it's not a personal thing but a Lotta Times bringing up something really important that I had to learn because I had a regional trucking line and I didn't have any problems selling a million dollar contract but when I went into conscious millionaire selling me. My coaching my products my programs. Wow that was hard all of a sudden because I had to. I was telling myself. Let's Tigers into building the right staff because building the right staff about choosing the right people but it's also selling the right people on being a part of your team. How how do you all you know? You've got a multibillion dollar business how do you choose your staff so to start out talking about the stelling aspect of finding the staff can piggyback on some of this because he is phenomenal as? Am I at finding the right people departments? We've basically divided the company up and we hire our own people for our departments and so part of it is selling people on the culture that you have right. We always want to under promise and over deliver right. So we're selling them on the toughness or the challenges that they have to face so that way when they get on the team. They're not surprised if anything the the only surprise they feel is that it's not as hard as they thought it would be right so there's a lot of sales involved with that. I think selling people on processes that you want people to follow right. There's a lot of sales involved with that selling people on the vision that you have for the company and where you're headed in. What has to happen to get there. There's so much sales involved. You probably have a couple other thoughts to add to that yeah. I think that you want the expectations to be met. You know so. That's one of the most important things is for example. If you have somebody working a eight to five schedule. I might tell them that they're going to be in some cases you know till six o'clock is that okay that when they're leaving at five they're feeling really really great about that. I think that also sets the president. You know that what they say is what I'm GonNa get having really clear job descriptions so if you're a new business owner I think this was something had to spend a lot of time on initially was Quitting all job descriptions together and as you're creating jobs having an idea of what you're looking for for that job and then adding to it as a job of all you gotTa keep on updating those things so that every time you have an interview that you're renting New are again. It's going to be exactly what you're looking for. It's also something that leave with whether somebody gets a job or not. They're leaving with job description little even with the bonus structure there with the PTO policy. They're leaving with You know healthcare benefits all those things that you're offering So again I think there's a really big keys to set the right expectation and we just have another minute before we go to break. Matt what would you like to add to that in terms of choosing your staff and and how you go about it. Yes there so you know. We're going to talk about this later on in the show with an assessment. Okay in one of the things that we believe strongly and is that there are certain people that are designed and built for certain types of roles and there are certain people that even though we might love them the death. They're not GONNA be a great fit for a certain role and you're gonNA spend lots of time managing having the the the tough conversations when really. They're not designed to be able to do that job so all of us have amazing blessings in gifts that we've been given in the key is to know what those are in your people and have them in the right spots. We've all heard the you know Jim Collins good to great get the right people on the bus but the great companies get them in the right seats on the bus and so we use an assessment that we will barely even look at resumes in some cases before they take this assessment. It's like a prerequisite when you show interest for the job. It's take this. If the chart shows up correctly then we'll take a deeper look at the person we're not even gonNA waste our time on people that we are. One hundred percent sure will not fit in the right role..

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"matt king" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"matt king" Discussed on Do By Friday

"I was on the horns of a dilemma 'cause my choice was stopped talking to my friend alex and having this conversation will reject max the end of the good sign god. I don't know that it's very funny to me. I on the skype. He says he's <unk>. I think cameras hatchet men don't hear some roughly. I see i see somebody to join shuffling. Is that a boy yeah so <music>. She's he's had a third wave of interest in paper craft. That's turning out to be really fun. She's gone through these three waves of paper craft over the years. I was really into that. You remember we did the challenge where you let's go to that app and you can do the ones she's now making sushi and trees breeze. She's making full three d. trees. She made a vase of flowers that looks like a vase and looks like flowers paper everywhere there we go hello. Hey boy we hanging out with mac king the goldfish magician. I was have matt king. Is this your card. My close personal personal friend mac king king. He looks a lot like ken jennings. If he's caused playing tom wolfe he's my childhood hero and greatest living comedy magician. Wow really yeah no really yeah. <hes> what did did you see him on t._v..

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"matt king" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"matt king" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

"What's up guys? This is the views podcast. I'm David twenty two. That's Jason forty forty soon. Forty six can't wait. Awakes like fine wine. We're getting really close to them. So let me just start off. But I have something funny happened to me the other day. Do you? Remember the other day? We were I don't know if I know I didn't tell you. We're at olive garden the other day, and when we went into before we got into olive garden, you have to wait for your seat. Right. Like, they don't like call you or anything you can make a reservation. So they said, it's a twenty five minute, wait. So we went over to best buy while we were waiting for our table, and we just sat in the movie room, and in the movie room was NASCAR NASCAR is playing a bunch of cars going around in a circle. And none of us have ever watched NASCAR. And I go I we're just watching it like amused by you were there for a moment of and I'm like, oh, this is so crazy who's who's at really good race car driver. He's number twenty four. He's a really good. And everyone was like, I don't know. I don't know. And then five minutes pass by and Matt king comes in because he was like looking at the DVD's, and then he comes in. And he's like oh cool NASCAR. And I'm like, yeah. Nascar. Like Matt who is number twenty who's a really good race car driver and macking lifts up his sweatshirt and underneath. It is short for Jeff Gordon number twenty four race car driver. Wow. And we're just like what the Bach and he's like, yeah. Literally thrift it like three days ago. I find it at a thrift store, and I thought it looked cool. And he's like is Jeff Gordon number twenty four. We looked at the shirt, and it's at number twenty four fucking weird. Is that funny? What blows your young minds all of us in best buy. We're like what? Recall the best buy guy over and like, you'll listen to this story. And he was like that's great. You want to buy. So he reacted the same way. I did interesting. I knew you were going to school. No, I I was jealous. I wasn't there. Joe? You didn't think it was cool. You there was a such fucking idiots. He goes on understand that the thrill. We were having. Do that freaking weird dog mowing bull? Inches up Jewish. I was talking about it. The best buy movie role millennial mind has been. It's it's cool when you get out in the world, and and things happen to you first time going out. And then event we learned how to drive a ride bikes. I took off my training wheels. The other day accidentally texted my nanny, eat me. Who what what did she say? She didn't say anything. And then I just texted not for you which made it worse for and then that was like. Who does wrong wrong number? No. And then I was like. You're looking for the catchphrase new phone. You're so and then I was like new phone numbers different. Sorry. There's a typo. I really was trying to tell her. I think I was trying to type like meet me or something. Sure. Sure. Sure. But I she's hobbies ads. And was getting I love you Susie cook gate. I love you a lot more than you think. Now, it's not like that. I would never ever do that. She's like my sister. What was going to say a we were at you. So you know, we have Joe's teeny weeny podcasts. Yes. I'm a well aware of it. It was the Joe is telling me this funny story. He was like you go Joe. This is free time. What happened? So is that a Knicks game at a sweet in New York City, and I'm talking to this person..

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"matt king" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"matt king" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Here on Hollywood three sixty support them. And we love 'em reminders. Hours and hours of fun. I I really think that if you got it you would love it. So check it out. Yeah. Check out remind magazine dot com. Okay. It's time now for the twenty-first free sank. This was a police procedural show came to radio in nineteen fifty three lasted until nineteen fifty six and it starts Everett Sloane as precinct captain, Frank Kennedy. It was doubted from true criminal records in New York from the policeman's point of view others to play captain Frank cannily, included, James, Gregory and less Tremaine others in the cast included Ken Lynch as Lieutenant Matt King Harald stone as sergeant waters and Santos Ortega as Lieutenant Gorman. It was produced by John Ives and written and directed by Stanley this. We have a Christmas episode for you now. Call the giver this stars Everett. Sloane it's from December twenty second nineteen fifty four. Here's part one of the twenty first. I precinct. Praising sergeant waters. Yeah. Yeah. How many people heard? How many? Or the two cars involved or pedestrian. Yeah. You are in the muster room at the twenty first precinct the nerves that a call is coming through your will follow the action taken pursuant to that. Call from this minute until the final report is written in the one thousand four room at the twenty first bracing. All right. We'll be right there. Yeah. The Abbas to just data. Okay..

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"matt king" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"matt king" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Website. There are main sponsor here on Hollywood three sixty please support them. And we love 'em. Remind is. Much to do in here hours and hours of fun. I I really think that if you got it you would love it. So check it out. Check out remind magazine dot com. Okay. It's time now for the twenty first precinct. This was a police procedural show came to radio in nineteen Fifty-three lasted until nineteen fifty six and it start Everett Sloane as precinct captain Frank Kelly. It was adapted from true criminal records in New York from the policeman's point of view others to play captain Frank cannily, included, James, Gregory and less Tremaine others in the cast included Ken Lynch as Lieutenant Matt king herald stone as sergeant waters and Santos Ortega as Lieutenant Gorman. It was produced by John Ives and written and directed by Stanley this. We have a Christmas episode for you now called the giver the stars Everett. Sloane it's from December twenty second nineteen fifty four. Here's part one of the twenty first precinct. Waters. Where is this? Yeah. How many people ahead? Nominee. The two cars involved or pedestrian. Yeah. You are in the room at the precinct nerve center of call is coming through your will follow the action taken pursuant to that call from this minute until the final report is written in the one thousand four room at the twenty-first, bracing. All right. We'll be right there. Yeah. The Abbas to just. Okay..

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"matt king" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"matt king" Discussed on WDRC

"Com. Okay. It's time now for the twenty first precinct. This was a police procedural show came to radio in nineteen fifty three lasted until nineteen fifty six and it starts Everett Sloane as precinct captain, Frank Kennedy. It was a daft from true criminal records in New York from the policeman's point of view others to play captain, Frank cannily, included, James, Gregory and less Tremaine others in the cast included Ken Lynch as Lieutenant Matt king herald stone as sergeant waters and Santos Ortega as Lieutenant Gorman. It was produced by John Ives and written and directed by Stanley this. We have a Christmas episode for you now. Call the giver the stars Everett. Sloane it's from December twenty second nineteen fifty four. Here's part one of the twenty first. I precinct. Racing. Sergeant waters. Where is this? Yeah. Yeah. How many people are hurt? How many? What a two cars involved or pedestrian. Yeah. You are in the room at the twenty first precinct the nerve center. A call is coming through. You will follow the action taken pursuant to that. Call from this minute until the final report is written in the one thousand four room at the twenty first briefing. All right. We'll be right there. Yeah. Abbas to. Okay. I precinct transcribe. It's just lines on a map of the city of New York. Most of the one hundred seventy three thousand people why did it into the nine tenths of a square mile between Fifth Avenue, and the East River would know if you ask them that they lived or worked in the twenty-first, whether they know it or not the security of their homes their persons on their property is the job of the men of the twenty.

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"matt king" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"matt king" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Out at Rhodes terror intern hugs is still in the casket. He has twenty thousand worms all over his mostly new body in the casket headphones. All you can hear him. Yes. If you're just tuning in. We're originally happened was they started with the feats area. And you know, he just mostly bare skin there, and he put in knows Prague. But by the time, they put it all over his chest all over his neck, then men kisser Matt king with the extra large worms that we had. And he threw it on its face and the nose flying out on the other side of the casket and his gal's got knocked to the side. And then all of a sudden a worm win hugs his mouth and in his goggles. And that's the last we solve them because we close the casket roughly ten minutes. We're sitting at about fifty seconds left and hugs. Tell us describe to us what you're feeling in there because it's the casket is closed. So you can't see much so. In my hair on my head. I feel. That Matt Ford all over my head. They're all in my hair that can feel each and every one of them crawling through my hair on top of my head. And I think one went my boxers. Oh, my. Right. We are faced with live fifteen seconds. Fifteen seconds. I'll let you know when we get down open the casket. Dan. Hey. Six. Five four three. So gross. All right. The worms all fell in the back of his neck all the all piled up on the sides of his head. They're all piled up right here. Look at these big ones. Get get those right there all the big ones are piled up. He was actually laying on him. He slightly freaking out now. All right. Some some guy this guy. What's what's your name? Hobo is like..

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"matt king" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"matt king" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"I sometimes wonder if the invisible white house has learn to use the potemkin white house the deka swat changes the country okay we're brooks is describing here is that if you cover if you cover your eyes trump thinks you've gone away continuing he says i mention these inconvenient oxer observations because the anti trump movement of which i'm a proud member who seems to be getting dumber it seems to be settling into a smug fairytale version of reality that filters out discordant information a fairytale version where we believe that if we just struck down the evil twitter machine more anti trumpers seems to be telling themselves aid madness of king george narrative i think that's a sip met matt king george okay fictional character king georgia trump be careful though the party later madness of king george narrative that trump is a semi illiterate madman surrounded by sycophants who are morally intellectually morally and trump is a semi illiterate madman surrounded by sycophants who are morally intellectually in psychologically inferior to people like us that's what brooks says is the fairytale narrative okay i think is kind of a fairytale because i see nothing in david brooks fits better than like corey lewandowski or whatever though they're just as should ease they all have in the same neighborhood and chevy chase maryland uh he goes i'd like to think it's possible to be fervently antitrump will also not reducing everything to a fairytale the anti trump movement suffers from insularity most of the people who detest trump i mean i agree with him on that they shot in nerds but you are the qingxia a nerd yeah this is mila house.

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"matt king" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"matt king" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is our inter active tv function you can find it at tvko you'll not only be able to watch his side can also see previous interviews end dive into any of the securities corp bloomberg functions that we talk about can also become part of the conversation by sending us instant messages during our show so we could discuss for instance your definition i thought bubble how do you define it jack ma certainly seems to have one way of putting it my preferred definition is something i get fired per not owning and that one from city groups matt king this terminal function is for bloomberg subscribers only you can check it out at seveco this is bloomberg but still ahead you as her refiners continue care post harvey recovery pumping oil to its best week since late july what is ahead for opec's production cuts we are going to be asking emirates and bds adbel next two on everything you eat drink wear and even smoke says something about and about the world in which you live that's the premise of material world the bloomberg podcast that delves into the.

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"matt king" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"matt king" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"With wildfire this tells us this confirms that sursee does not that they're assam wildfire left somewhere rafter blackwater now this is crucial at this last point here aires the mad king did not use his stash to blow up the city lake he wanted to add some smaller dalliances with the wildfire but never the massive citywide horror that he wanted to unleash but jamie killed him as he was threatening to use it angle then hunted down the hiram mansard knew about it to prevent them from carrying out the matt king's plan this basically kia gambia past explosion now it is possible that it could be the tragets approach jason mentioned earlier in arch mr gil danes history of house arguing he it's as splotch page there's a lot of misinformation can't see but the world wildfire does appear they were trying to raise dragons we don't she said no what happened love wildfire maybe watt of a fan art out there that got you know orange fire not green just saying cell is this a future explosion now yes when we saw this at the time obviously now spoiler alert we know definitively this is sirtzi sapped of baylor explosion from the season finale we know this is true when we saw this at the time though there was enough evidence here and it was thrilling there was enough evidence here to make this prediction pieces together and say sursee or someone is gonna find this stash.

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