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"michael alexis" Discussed on The Economist: The World Ahead

The Economist: The World Ahead

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on The Economist: The World Ahead

"A particular kind of work. No matter where they live the way that we have run and I suspect will continue to around his through standardisation, which means for each role and each level of experience within it. We have pay rate. So our hosts, for example. An hourly rate for their time, and they earn that rate weather based in a New York or San Francisco, or even some number based in smaller cities around the US some of them are based in Australia and they all earn the same rate and the same rate in US dollars. So we don't localize it for canned Austrailia, Europe etc. get how fast like many employers takes into account where it's workers live and adjusted accordingly I do think it's important have. Equity in pay and so if somebody starts out in an expensive area, then moves to a less expensive area. Then like many companies would do a a market adjustment for that to keep it fair for whatever market the people are moving into right you don't WanNa have this situation where perhaps somebody is in a lower cost area and then a quote unquote more expensive employees from San Francisco moves in and then all of a sudden you have this disparity in pay. Big thing which is a conversation hasn't started yet is around employment. kind of Williams again, with the benefit of hindsight, it seems to be obvious that the vice gig economy would lead to lots of debates around the correct classification of workers is an uber driver and employee of Uber is he or she self employed or? Is he or she somewhere in the middle? Similar sorts of conversations will star when working from home the comes the norm. So for instance, in many EU countries, it is the case that there are limits on working time. There's a question about how. Will working type of weapons. If hiring is always the case in many countries, employers have to make reasonable adjustments for people in order to perform that job in an office or decent standard. Say for instance, having lifts, Othman Justin, and all that sort of stuff. So you can imagine situations where someone says item have very much money I live in a in an old building it's the middle of wins and I live in. My company needs to pay for some of my heated or needs to pay my Internet connection all that stuff. So I think that something. Needs Sauce in Hebrew now, it certainly something that companies are thinking about his Erica. Prussia again, companies are still really understanding what our responsibilities to. I think we're all seeing the evolution of Gig working to which I think is another really important trend that's here to stay people are going to be working in more flexible ways I think they're going to have more control over their jobs I think over time, we'll see more job sharing more. You know eighty percent time for eighty percent pay kind of work. I think folks really are going to be experimenting quite a bit moving forward to figure out what makes the most sense for their business and also their employees. There's no doubt that when we emerge from the crisis of the pandemic, the world of work will look very different but one silver lining seems likely to be the widespread adoption of new and more flexible. Working Practices, we asked each of our guests to give us their predictions of how things might and Don I think with most companies what will actually see is that folks will come into the office some of the time like when we've surveyed our employees who used to be office space, they appreciate being able to work from home some of the time but they. Still want to come in two days a week and I just think we'll see a lot more flexibility around the expectations for people to be in the office and instead of being in an office because they're told, they have to be there people will come in when they're work demands right when it's worth that needs to be done with other people Michael Alexis again. There's a lot of exciting opportunities to increase some promote diversity with. A lot of companies and organizations may have limitations based on their location right if you are based fin if we said. You're London while you have the local market to hire from, and how you hire will depend on Sundays in the makeup of that city remote worked removes those barriers. So you can take their intentions you can take the best practices and you can find people anywhere in the world to build a more diverse team and finally Mark Dickson. Environmental question is massive so Basically,.

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"michael alexis" Discussed on The Economist: The World Ahead

The Economist: The World Ahead

08:28 min | 11 months ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on The Economist: The World Ahead

"To the Games. We run team building activities for companies like Apple Amazon Google, also government these universities nonprofits in two thousand and twenty of course that most virtual team by titties Michael Alexis is the CEO and founder of team building dot COM as its name suggests it's a training company and it used to offer it services in person but like many other companies, it's had to move its activities online in response to the pandemic everything changed. Very quickly, at the march, we had from having a healthy thriving growing business two zero revenue overnight a lot of the locations that we operated at closed down and a lot of the clients that where the planning travel between offices or group events, of course, stop plan as well. They were very early on to do that. So we did reinvent quickly and their similarities with our in person events, but all the ones that we. Run Our online office. Kim's said Ben built using what we know about team building and getting helping teams work together better and build relationships and combining that with kind of deep research into the different platforms available and how to best use them. For example, on the video calls we almost always use breakout rings feature Liam where you can take people from the main call and sort them into smaller groups where they can then function. Just with four five, six people might expect a lot of people listening to this can relate to that first time you got out a call and there's thirty or forty people out there. You don't know who's less lead slow bit nerve wracking. But within that small group, you can be more comfortable. You can be more confident just share-out and then come back to the main room for smart the games warmed up to it and. Essentially, the same sorts of companies asking for your services or is there something much more demand because people want to build teams online in a way that they didn't before have you seen this sort of patented damone changing so With local team building, we were mostly restricted to our major outbreak and cities. We had New York Chicago. San Francisco. Lock Angeles got name a large American city. We had some presence there with virtual team building interesting because now he can reach anybody anywhere right as long as they have a stable gun reliable. Internet connection. So we continue to work with large organizations in those cities where all work also working with smaller operations that you know. Maybe it's a small paper printing company we've worked with government entities, not just in the US but internationally, as well in Europe in parts of Asia, and those markets that just weren't acceptable to us before at least not yet but it's Not only that there's a lot of challenges that come with remote work when you do it especially for the first time, it's lonely it's isolating ten times more. So Jerry to pandemic. So companies are realizing this the realizing that they need to find opportunities for people to connect and get that face time and bring them together and help them feel that sense of normal time that directly needs it. Shifted doing things remotely changes how people work but what about the offices they've left behind? What does this mean for commercial real estate his Williams. Again, none of those red presents a bloodbath scenario where commercial office rents absolutely full of cliff and of Companies Boston. Everything will. They shows that when declined for a while being fisticuffs cheaper than it was. So I think that's quite likely they historical evidence would suggest that people do like to fleas during pandemics often for a long time but they do hold a kind of irresistible lear for people certainly wouldn't want to for the end of cities. What is happening today is an acceleration version. What was happening free cove? Mark Dickson is the CEO and founder of the International Workplace Group formerly known as Regis a big provider of flexible workspaces in countries around the world. So pre code. Companies were progressively moving towards a hub and spoke hybrid working model in a digital world realized that they didn't have to bring everyone together into large office buildings and sort of herb together, save them all. They just didn't need to do that anymore. And in fact, quite inconvenient bringing people together and his expansive. So for jury coaching pretty much the entire white collar workforce worldwide has had an induction of forced induction into working digitally and working from home or remotely. Now, it's not sustainable because. Individuals working for hunt for long periods of time becomes a problem they lose the inspiration they get from working meeting with colleagues meeting third party. So the future becomes much more of this hybrid model where companies will move towards a more permanent for what you had today. Now, it's been proven that it will work all this has big implications for offices then, but it doesn't make them obsolete more people will work close to home and avoid commuting because it just doesn't make any sense anymore. And cities become contract the office requirement cities become smaller, but they still have very much. A very important function in terms of providing the meeting place where these distributed workforce is come together. However rule office dome will go down and it was already happening the six percent myspace used to be all by by paper that's already down to three, and this whole digital transformation will bring that down to one zero two, and so you bay changes ahead. It's a future of decentralized offices, repurpose office buildings, and maybe lower costs workers you have more flexibility and no longer need to live in an expensive city to be close to their employer before cities will getting so expensive even though. City workers come onto the premium. Because of the cost of living Bejaia in many places, it wasn't enough to compensate for those living costs. Say for instance in London if you live off the housing costs income in London, they've been doing really badly now for pointed on time because housing is so high. So it wasn't the case the workers him coming into London were being paid these absolute ranson's because they had to pay for high cost of housing they were actually getting A. Deal. So in terms of what the work is, kind of disposable income is at the end of the month, I can I should be pretty good. Then what about the impact on pay because when a company says that? People could work anywhere people who have been working for that company in a high cost of living city such as the bay area San Francisco if they decide, they want to move somewhere else presumably the company can say, we're not going to pay you quite so much. In fact, we're going to hire a whole lot of people from this country over here who seemed to have all the skills we won't and don't require quite as much money and they can work for US remotely. So how do you think that will shake out at who could lose be thinking? Very not terms if the action school so engineer for facebook is asked productive as they were. Shouldn't really master facebook. Where I work, there's a also of when facebook would have rights in aware that worker is working on. There is certainly an argument that this will be kind of interesting Leffler geographically, both within countries and between them in facebook's employees, Nov paid so much simply because they are willing to live in San Francisco. Because that really bitter their job and they will continue to really good at their job even if anything in Utah somewhere in Texas or whatever say I, suspect that it won't be quite as leavening of some people expect. Employers are taking different approaches to adjusting pay team-building DOT COM. As people the same for.

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"michael alexis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

14:43 min | 1 year ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Dr colonel you for metro health university of Michigan health told us on the show a couple days ago where the case is robin is good news and that the death rate may be a little high here this next week to ten days going back to when we hit our peak with the court cases in the state of Michigan especially in that five six county Detroit metro area so there's some light at the end of the tunnel Dr Fauci add a comment in an article at CBSSports dot com at pro sports in America may be able to come back this summer but no crowds no fans allowed and the players would need to be confined to a hotel we had a team would take over more of the league and they would all be confined there all the players together so that's interesting and it kind of fits what Major League Baseball is talking about using their spring training facilities in Arizona and Florida I'm sure they have hotels they work with they block off three four months in unfortunately those players won't see their families we'll be making a sacrifice for the paychecks I get the games they play to make a left just like some people haven't had their businesses open or they've lost their jobs there are sacrifices on all levels in America right now in this fight against a coronavirus so you can take the NHL you could take the MBA I don't think Vegas would work for the MBA you don't need to a place of high traffic but you're the MBA you go find an area where you know long as you've got TV going you don't need a monster twenty thousand seat arenas you just need buildings and it could be even some bigger high schools at the TV coverage could be higher because that's why they're going to play the gang silence Beyonce Major League Baseball the MBA trying to finish up their season in the NHL will be about their TV deals and there will be incredible interest even without France show the NHL floated that idea of going to North Dakota using a couple ranks there and playing in their sixteen team playoffs NBA and talked about Vegas they might find another spot where in proximity there's two or three or four four thousand seat high school gyms big Jim's whatever they are then they could finish off their season and look let's say July and August and they do a playoff run which normally would have been April metal into the gym these are all best case scenarios at the corona virus doesn't flare up and then you quarantine confine those players to that hotel area they will be able to go out on the town fans will be allowed so you're able to finish the season which by getting the T. V. money those teams in those leagues are able to place third people to pay the players that's not a bad concept for doctor Fauci to even bring that up I think is the more light at the end of the tunnel I really do and then governor pence another story at CBSSports dot com college presidents have told the vice president of the United States that college sports will not return until students return to campus and it's going to be interesting based on statements now some schools might come back in areas where there is an a rampant pandemic outbreak but the sports side of the NC double lay here here and they won't come back unless everybody's on board they're not gonna start planes they will bet school Montana is the only school playin No I but those schools it will be interesting in areas because I think opening up the economy it's going to be different it is going to be based on areas of growth of cases beyond medical numbers that show it's not growing hi spot to be treated differently and rightfully so same like you would do in any emergency flood hurricane tornado earthquake whatever you do you have an earthquake in LA you're not gonna shut down the entire state in order to shut down San Francisco because there's an earthquake in LA that's why I believe the come back here will be based on areas but in terms of sports which we covered the country with franchises in a lot of different cities in the NC double line their only option is that their education first the Celtics no matter what you think about the power college sports and Matt Mitchell the head football coach at grand valley state university in Allendale the west of the state told us at last Thursday on the show he was on a conference call and he agrees with that so in in the international flavor of students at schools and universities and colleges across the country and faculty members that's a tough one PGA has announced in the coming back in the night we're gonna do without fans because they want to get the TV money and the players want to earn a paycheck and there may be something with the sponsor getting the TV deal that's why the sponsor money's going to be there for the paycheck I don't think the PJ lives off the gate when it comes to the number of people coming in now again they're planning on June and the rocket mortgage in Detroit the rocket mortgage classic is going to go on without payments because of the T. V. money now on the LPGA tour I don't know if the TV money fuels the purses but I can see sponsors not walk away from the LPGA tour and we could see events that have no fence but you'll see him on TV that sponsor whether it's mired in the LPGA classic and other partners that their brains are along the eighteenth rain if you C. O. menos brand stands still get their exposure and there still will be away to have a donation made to local food pantries are there simply give program same thing with Dow they have the money or they don't need the fans at the Midland cut and I don't I don't mean that in a negative way but they have the resources to keep going and they get the dell brand globally and also they're bring in something the people to be able to watch sports on TV can you imagine live sports in I like what we're hearing without crowds and I think the return depending on where our country is that in the fall the return of high school sports may have a limit on crowds may have no friends at all to be safe in the fall and readdress that when you get to the start of winter sports and really you're talking high school football for the most part M. and you have a central family members of their some social distancing that the comeback will have restrictions and that's just a fact but it is encouraging to at least compared to where we were seventeen days ago and talks of upwards of a hundred to two hundred forty thousand people died in America to have doctor Fauci say Hey there's a way sports could return this summer the PGA tour announces that there's some hope and that's what I would take that's what else can we ask for I mention with the Michigan high school athletic association we're bringing in coaches on Wednesdays a talk about the impact of their seasons be a loss of a corona virus their communities our schools better players families in cherry ridge is one of the great softball coaches in Michigan in the history of the state at Wayland high school just south of grand rapids for listeners on one of six point one of Eminem thirteen forty the ticket in G. R. and she joins us live here on the huge radio network welcome in cherry thanks for having me here which and they showed up the image of a my friend mark your first set this all up here he's they're not here's here's what this is weighed heavy on his heart because he's a sports that he's an employer he's a sports guy he cares and he waited until the last minute and in sherry as I was mentioning in my opening hour monologue that when we do get the return of sports at all levels and whether it's my kids or whether it's a kids at Wayland or anywhere in Michigan and the college in the pro sports return it's going to be an unbelievable celebration of the games we love at all levels yeah it sure is and I think it was a tough situation for for mark you'll be N. but I knew once Wimbledon with cancel that way on top of what you're going to be playing any games so that was reality that's when reality set in the others in the international the the the delicate balancing act here is that you know the international side of a sport like Indy five hundred Wimbledon the Olympics versus a sport where there's not a lot of international flavor I think that's going to be on the on those comebacks are going to be interesting PGA tour golf naturally has you know distancing Anil softball baseball you're you're not on top of everybody unless there's a place in and a bag or the plate or you run into each other trying to make a catch are going after a ground ball it's got almost be like sport by sport in level by level how we inch back or come back swiftly that's yep okay great yeah it's been it's been a it has been tough for me the first two weeks are real tough and you know I cried like a baby just like if you look into my banquets but as I told my team we have to maintain a positive mindset showed some grit and will develop grit through zero one we were able to control and it's going to make a stronger I think it's going to make us appreciate this game a lot more well it would it would you give your team the positives okay the negatives are obvious a season canceled we don't know you know schools canceled I mean that the negatives you don't have to list but as a code share it Whelan what's your message in message to that Whelan softball team about the positives that gives those kids because I think these kids and I whether it's a third grader or whether it's a senior to be these kids they need some hope they need to know there is light at the end of the tunnel yeah well like I said we we've found out I didn't even have my team pick yeah we found out on Thursday sat down with the coaching staff well we wrote an email so I found out she many email in which was difficult to do we were we were scheduled to have meetings on Friday with each player to tell him where they landed and what teams so up you know the unfortunate part is right I wasn't even able to talk to them I've written three emails the first email is pretty short because we were hoping we'd be back the second email was much longer I just checked on the well being I told them to control what they can control I told him to be active focus on bettering themselves find the hero within themselves take care of their mindset and try to have the right mindset and then I have all kinds of criticisms I stole it from Hutch at Michigan she has touches of Hutchison's but he said told them to stay strong stay smart and do their part and now I actually have a new racism we have to go through it to get to it so in the third email was so long and it just took me so long as his team forty five twenty five of which I've been blessed to be able to coach so the third email was was really difficult and very long Michael Alexis to write a book and this will be a definite chapter in my book unlike so they only have one senior and I know you're given shout outs I really want to get this and I want to shout out to my once you were larger money no she kept in there can last year's choose going to most likely captain this year's team she's made huge strides in the offseason are hitting she she climbed from made like five in the line up to probably was going to hit one and two and I'd like to be able to say yeah this is my M. V. P. because of this year because and she's just a great great great kid great captain and not only that you know I I have a sh lu a boatload of sophomores this year in the future in years but you know I didn't even get to tell the freshmen and I want to shout out to her and she's Cammy marches sister plays at Aquinas college and then was having a great year and I had a client says catcher and then you might remember Rick Morris used a long time successful baseball coach at Wayland heat coach when I played so years ago but this is his granddaughter and I can't be more slots your dad just a little longer than a year ago it was really difficult but her dad was one of my best supporters and I I really wanted this kid to have four great years she just doesn't even know she made varsity so a big shout out right now to Kim Morris for making varsity and you know I sure have a great three years that's for sure sherry Riggs says wonderful coach probably more important off the field and on the field not downgrading her Hutch like skills down in the third base coaching box joining us on the huge across Michigan last week I mentioned on our Michigan high school athletic association Wednesday that when the settles down when we get back to as normal as possible.

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"michael alexis" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

12:23 min | 1 year ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on Mixergy

"My love their my blog by go informatics and be willing to pay one hundred and twenty five grand cash upfront for domain is shift in mindset for me and how. I think about Domains HYPHEN ABOUT MARK. Clean about Doesn't scope investment etc? What did she do with her business? This is Karen Clarke Frederick. She she ran a team training leadership training business to did she. Close it up once you sold it to you so I think that I can tell you a little bit more about the stars so even with the cash offer. She wants them a hundred percent sure that she wanted to sell it and she mostly wants to know that it was going into good hand. Pushy shared a personal story. Where she that? Hey I added twenty years. She's the only person before I ever with obeyed. Seem DOT COM. She had massive difference in it. She was a pioneer in the industry. And a lot of really interesting things. A lot of Companies Son and was successful with it. I didn't ask about all the details. I got the perspective best. She's kind of nearing retirement. Or maybe hasn't been on a transition phase out and what in in a way to pass on that legacy not necessarily true actor business it could be sold. But at least kind of the brand name that she had helped and grown and builds up over the years It was a really touching from her and why it initially sent out. That coy like hi. We do this thing which accepts a little bit of money for it. I wrote a really personal back I was worried with doing so. I thought Hey I'm gonNA throw away all of my negotiation power hour like like we just this company. We don't have enough money. I WANNA give you medicine. Can you know this is how I grew up? This is what we're working on what we're trying to build. I was worried that she might see the go like. Oh this guy would pay like five hundred thousand dollars last name which I don. I didn't have we don't have limbs have been able to pay for it Instead she really good way she said you know. Thank you so much for sharing this like I feel a lot more comfortable in who you are knowing what you're gonNA do with it. Let's make it happen and His grace great domain worth the price. I thought the very first thing that you put up on on it was what was the how to work remotely program right. Maybe that's the first one that I happen to see as I was hunting through the site. It's the first one we put on the front page just because I was trying to get anything about virtual remote work on the front page and then create a virtual team building page. I wanted to make sure that At least with With our virtual team doesn't page wouldn't be competing at the homepage of the content when them school I'm less worried about that now. But that's why I don't work molding all right and so I see now on the site online office games tiny campfire verse coffee. You send people to tea and the the picture that they sent him to Kinda unique peas. Maybe a Turmeric Team. Maybe a avocado leaky as well as copies. Mushroom off the Some I don't remember the name copies talking together on a zoom call. And you do you give them a piece of paper that I see on the on the web page right now on team building dot com so that they could actually put it down like a flight the way that they would bar a paper that goes with it. So Art of savvy about these very. It was a little bit of smoking mirrors so that picture is from a trip that I had tasty that I did have some unique coffee last year and we had representing the fanatics. Because everything on your side is so frigging polished but on that one. I see there's like spilled tea on Obamacare so if you look carefully actually zoom in a little bit ideas online storytelling and how to work remotely. Which one of those did did the best? The two that are the most successful right now are online office in some tiny campfire Online office game so I think partly just because the first one on the list people and we end up having that conversation tiny campfires can be capturing the heart of the by today should the world very charming about by right. I like this thing thousand thing. For my child we went to family or with Fantasy sat around the campfire new sheriff stories from Just very strong metaphor for what people need right now An interesting shift in additional suggest going virtual for team building is the reasons why people are doing it and the benefits that they need to get from so When a company takes people to the museum or one about other bands though the Guacamole nation competition. It's like hey this is the Great Baucau I. It's like hey this is gonna be on thing. We're going to get people together. We're going to get some fun pictures with the team. Hopefully they'll tell the credit for that as well. They know what a cool company we are. A lot of reasons most with global shifts remote work so many people are working from home for the first time. And if they haven't yet they're going to stop it but it can be really really might if you're not intentional talking to other people in other people if you don't get to go to the office from say hi in the morning and have lunch with colleagues than something missing so I can't fire online office. Game are not just the way for people to have time together. It's the way they counter that kind of psychological toll of what it takes to work from home and reliable amble time. What about this? Don't I'm on zoom all day I? My wife is on zoom even more so we've got kid obligations the kids. Now have zoomed through for school. We're talking about a five year old and a three year old three year old can put up with the five old has to suffer through it. Isn't it a lot to ask team to get back on zoom and do another meeting except this one is not directly productive when they've got so much else going on in their lives? Nba Right every company. Every team out there every event has things going on. We heard some really nice feedback about the event. There was a couple of days ago where I ended at one of the guests afterwards. Like thank you so much that made me for just a few minutes. Forget everything that was going on in the world. So it's not another meeting about their business finances or what they're GONNA do next with marketing or how they're going like restructured a team or how long. Kobe it's GonNa last. It's let's get together and may be people time and do something cool all right. I get that the reason that I think that that I could relate to it was I. I saw a friend do a double date on zoom. This was Brian Harris. I saw Brian. That seems kind of lame. I wanted to spend time with my wife on the couch at the end of the day and then I thought about and I said I'm going to surprise you. I'm GONNA set up something for us for Saturday night and I invited not just one couple by the two couples. They loved it. We were done. I said we're just GONNA have wine with you guys and give you space to go like live. Your lives couples. I didn't realize it. They stayed on till midnight. The other two couples talking it was that great and we followed up the following week and it is nice to just have a conversation with people where you don't have to care that much where you don't have to be on and they're just kind of there while you're doing something else aren't I get that. And then the advantage then of having you lead it is. It's not this accord. Everyone staring at each other trying to figure out what to say. There's a professional who knows how to lead things and keep things interesting working. There are focus or so damn good staff that are running them. Now are the same people who run the museum tours that we have tens of thousands of guests year for That run the guacamole making competition to do other stuff that we've done at other parts of the year many of them are they're not full-time tour. Guide FAIR PROFESSIONAL STAND UP. Comedian that the country their performance musicians the people and they just connect with audiences. So wow and read. Little little cues and engage people so part of that part of it is that they're great at it another part. Is it somebody different right? It's not the HR manager. The events planner that the separate meeting. It's hey we brought in somebody else and I just feel like it feels yeah. Pf feels like especial fan. Feels like you're doing something. Different people could go to the museum without people could certainly rather guacamole competition at Christmas. Gingerbread words gingerbread house making competition a lot of fun they do stuff like Dombi apocalypse Gingerbread houses or dinosaur attack or something like that. They're very very cool. You could run those without us but it feels good to bring in an outside company and also for the event organizer of pavement at two and interactive peers. Instead of the person doing. So you don't have to as the boss lead. You can just be a part of the of the fun with them. I want them to know about why you're the Canary Islands. Still is it safe there And then how businesses doing like if you're willing to share some dollars and cents. I'd love to know that and then also you talked a little bit about the. Some people are freaking out before we started. You said some people freaking out and there's emotional stuff going on and I think the tactics might help them get past it. WanNa come back and ask you about that too. We I tell people that my second sponsored you know do you know. Click funnels the second sponsor you do. Click funnels did is. They said your site kind of stinks. Because it's a brochure. What you need is a funnel. Which is people come in? And they have the first step in the second step in the third step and let's be honest. We need steps that will let people who we are because they're not going to buy necessarily right away and steps that lead to a sale and the fact that they were always focused on. How do we tell people who we are and get to sail meant that? They started building software to make that really easy and Michael. A lot of people signed up for Click funnels in the past and then just held onto the account do much orthogonal signing up and then what the founder Russell Brunson told me was in March as people were forced to stay home as sadly many people were laid off as suddenly people had time on their hands and anxiety. A large number of them started going to click funnels actually setting up their funnels or setting up an account for the first time playing with it seeing what they could do and actually got themselves up in business. I interviewed him about his business with doing well. And that's the big takeaway that I got the. I'm feeling crushed by having people around me so much but at the same time not getting the freedom to go out and see people in person wishes. It's painful for me. We're all feeling some of this but there are some people who are saying despite this. I'm going to get up and do something creative. I'm going to let myself have this artistic experience this entrepreneurial experience and see where it goes and see where it leads. And frankly me doing. These interviews is part of me saying. I'm not just going to sit back and deal with my frustration. How can I channel? This is something useful and frankly for me. It's useful to hear people do well. I come back after an interview feeling refreshed feeling like others possibility. What else could I be do? What else should I be adjusting and I get more productive? So if you're out there listening to me and you haven't taken that first step to feeling and to taking active feeling better taking action is going to get you there and I think the best way to get started right now is to go to click funnels dot com slash mixture G. When you do they're gonNa let you use their software for free for two weeks. Here's what you're GONNA do great landing pages and say okay. This actually looks good now. I urge you to stop their play around with their other tools. Even if you just get rid of that landing page get rid of this funnel. I urge you to play with the tool. That lets you slide over and collect a credit card and experiment with what you would charge for and then experiment with what the next step is. Michael Alexis helped me with years. Ago was our mutual friend. Noah Kagan said Andrew. We're trying to create something. Sal I said yeah it goes well. What's the big complaint? He said. Well a lot of people in my interviews. But they don't know what to do at the end of it. He goes okay great. Why don't you just create something that helps them? They take action afterwards. That's I don't know what you create what the easiest thing you can do it. I said I don't know he and I somehow I think came up with the idea of take transcript and turn it into an.

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"michael alexis" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on WLOB

"Umass sit head coach rick carpal joining us a few minutes ago as we get ready for game two of the weekend series between main in umass chance circuit chance for us right now to take a look at the main lines for tonight said the black bears are stacking up this evening here at the moment center the man is going to send out two top line this way left right mitchell fawzi a chase pearson edwards trail max secondline nolan vz tim doherty in patrick j of the third line will be even westerlund peter who soko some brendan robbins valley many tyranny yemi on the fourth lined with cedric will kwong jack quinn quivalent in the lineup tonight defensive pairings mark hamilton and rob michael alexis spinners teamed up with the brady keeper tonight patrick hallway and keith newell bauer are the third defensive pairing here this evening well that will do it for our evs building supplies pregame show here from the mall in center in amherst massachusetts are pregame show presented by ubs building supplies paperbased mitch roof inside and out ebs cando just ask starting lineups so the faceoff next main end you mass this is black bear hockey from lear field one weir's sports network this has been the blood clear game show the lateseason the main like the hockey from the you cut celery uses and recycles more than five hundred thousand tonnes of materials in the state of maine annually as kisella continues to provide the people of lane with recycling options they strived to extract the most materials from the waste stream in move into reusing and recycling in order to reduce the amounts that are being landfill casella believes that reusing in recycling is good for the.

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"michael alexis" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on WLOB

"More center so great chance for love their between the hostile unlock alexander tonight at the widow board center that's a long ways up though right now made in the middle of a stretch where they're playing a lot of teams right around the mid ending sick at seven straight games they played one of oman tuesday night in one it they've got six remaining against you an age than again hugh umass against neck next weekend and that it week to against merrimack here in early february and right off the bat chased pearson and mark isabela start pushing and shoving at rise before the populist doubted pierce had wednesday bags out here's your start that's the rivalry nothing wrong with that all right keller in the offense exonerated shot from the blue light is said made by suabin nine seconds ennio old it right there in a faceoff will come in the black bears zone the tower killer last year was ob baker files hit 44 votes thirty nine six sixty three points ahead at he really great everybody routed were better why rvd with the idea back today has uh that existed shop the face off his jerian a shot saved made read out goes wide from fella and skeptic by is very now main clears it after center that was a good chance you're wealthy or cheered to dog reviled shot at white good opportunity oh the reviled by bears try to clear the song robins near santa rice gets pulled down he went for the loose puck chased pipe you're sitting in the offense of so big hit and un h gets out of there with ms area against the red line tries to dump it in but it's stolen away by rob michael you'll bauer got it out of his own offside will whistled against the wildcats of the main line a very wise left to right which trail backs with chased fears to the record roberts knowing bc with bridge 48 patrick j look at peterman soko's i'll be a western would with that people are grades fit the fed state of mark hamilton rob michael alexis bitter brady keeper patrick conway keith you'll bar it jerry slavery between the fights next killed on the validate freshman dumped sedan name with a quick clear guild on back trying to fight off patrick sheahan mitchell foschi gave flipped it out front but nobody there and sell baggio out of his own.

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"michael alexis" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on Overdue

"Third images from the from the hit movie the snapchats year they s oil the movie and the book of that mean like you get you get the ending where he's become santa claus because it's just it's and this is you harmonising rationalisations of books i think my novels asian of the super mario brothers movie was the same way as all the pictures are right in the middle from bought for binding purposes yet and so you're at like chapter five he hasn't even accepted that he santa claus yet and it's the end of a movie in the photos yeah so dumb all right we're gonna wrap up if you the listener has uh have opinions on santa claus or uh there have used my fill in some gaps in this in the santa method how degraded he gets around the world so quickly hat how dc thing yet we i mean time zones can only happiest so much yeah there's not multiple santa's it's just hatch no there are not multiple sand there's only one out the book does not allude to time being whibley wobbly for santa claus would doing the movie sorted does how none of it i don't know it already is inadequate atlanta and we we clearly need help so of you listener can help us uh please hit us up we have an email account overdue potted gmailcom we have a facebook and twitter account at overdue pod i have a shortlist of folks who have reached out to us since we post our last episode um some good responses to the book the they include shanta bo jenny jazz brendan michael alexis a briton nick lipsey melissa ryan and mary kate page lauren in inga thanks so much andrew folks one know more about show worship the go over to pakistan com sr website what's their links to i tunes and are assessed feed and our who will play page you can subscribe to the show with all this thing.

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"michael alexis" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"michael alexis" Discussed on Mixergy

"And when i send that product to you when you wear it you can see that when you can judge for yourself how what the differences the being discharged emily regular athletic shirts at see it now i never understood the value of of silver until there's a a all longtime mix fan michael alexis who decided at one point he was going to do he was going to become a minimalist he only had one pair of hands i think in one sweater and like one shirt and travelling how you doing this michael he said silver talking about ciller says while the silver in these clothes and so it doesn't smell and naturally it's actually really smell free so i'm kind of a jerk i start to smell him to seat he really stinky maybe doesn't know that he smells you know people still don't know it actually did not snow and so for him to have traveled all the way from china to san francisco which is the truck that he took when i saw him not stink pretty impressive all right so let's talk about lululemon what happened with lemon and i'm gonna take my pants off now okay so we owe originally so lululemon makes great products i or water while i nourishing were the brand and their designers and they also use silver in their products and baths initially wary sauce over and at first i had act your missing supplier so they're supplier was the same supplier who of wide sober to us as well.

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