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"michael visa" Discussed on Promover Conteúdo
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"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"What most people call market research. I call a very superficial idea. I mean it's twenty twenty one. This idea was being outlet for years. It's not enough to use helium tan or jungle scout. Whatever you up of choices if you're in the amazon space or of its new google space h refs or whatever the nfl shop or find your main traffic. John could be through legal Seo whatever it is. That is not enough in my opinion. Okay well that means you understand the keywords as being typed into google or amazon by the searches but you don't understand the lives of the searches and the search intent is always going to be a guest work so you really dive deep. I think and then the flip side of that is by diving deep into market research. It means you're creating a product is much more likely to actually exactly solve a problem for a specific insieme. So that the two sides of the same coin buddy okay so break down the steps towards what's step one. Step two step three. How do you do this. What's the routine. Yes so this is a market research side. The first thing is to start with who you are and what you know. A lot of people tend to start with keyword research and for example. Somebody who's twenty years. A doctor trying to see some brand plus it which he knew nothing about to send him. Could it be that we need to tap into your expertise in some married one. One example extreme example of somebody. I interviewed recently. Jason frontiers based on in florida actually formed the business for athletes and hip. One of his business partners has is a doctor of physical medicine. So in british contacts means a physiotherapists really genuinely expert. Very very expert in. And he's seven crawford athletes straightaway the have a competitive advantage built-in based on who's on the team which is something to really think about how you can get an item advantage built in because you have disadvantages already because you don't know what you're doing had this is your first time out with physical products or even if you go into new market and you've been selling in ten years or superfly may new market you have a built in disadvantage to build one in so. I think that's really important thing to be honest so brainstorming. What you really know. It's such a common story you just expressed and i've i've had these experiences. Well where you talk to people. And they have ten twenty thirty years of experience. In a certain industry or vocation and when it comes to them building an online business they go in just some completely random different like you know dream
"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Hey folks michael visa from amazing. Fbi here thank you so much tuning into the show today. I want to ask you a question. Are you trying to develop a product that are private label or custom products. And if so have you already done it or are you trying to do that. Eve that is the case. Then you may will find this. Show a useful sort of refresher or even thought provoking because jason miles and i had a chat on our sister cost the ecommerce leader about the subject of product development on the process foldout a while ago and i thought it was worth making sure that we have that content here on this podcast channel. Because it's a very major central question for anyone trying base business around a physical product of their own to do this well of course and we talk about a couple of things just to what you offer tight how to really come up with an example of an how to you know even decide what kind of product line to go into how to assess a market and how to make sure we get their target market included in our product development process. As a bit of a major hint there plus the sourcing side as well and customization and imo cues and other such questions minimum order quantities. If you're not sure that is stay tuned. You'll find out so hope you find this informative and useful. I find it very useful about my ideas along with somebody who's not really specialists in this jason's case but a very very intelligent ecommerce seller and coach so stay tuned and hope you enjoyed the show moving from reselling physical products where the drop shipping on shuffled fi or doing retail or something like that on amazon to developing your own products is a very big step. It's really the key to creating a valuable sellable business..
"michael visa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So we're looking at, for example, stocks that are at not just big tech stocks, which have maybe not gone up. Despite the huge earnings as you just mentioned, we have not seen that kind of movement in the mega cap. But at the same time you still sing really interesting value in a lot of other areas. You're seeing a lot of value in the big stocks. You know things that are getting affected by people coming out of Kobe, particularly the United States. So we're moving. Listen one more towards a stock picking environment where maybe indices are not so interesting for people, but they're looking much more at the stocks specifically whether it's in the U. S Europe or emerging markets on being much more selective. I think we've seen a lot of evidence of that this way just in terms of performance of certain sectors. Certain companies within those sectors. Twitterverse is a Facebook a decent example of that to absolute just in terms of the proposals coming out of Washington, D. C at the moment. Are any of them set to change your caps allocation decisions radically if they were realized. So just in our view, a truck quick is that what we're hearing in Washington means that there will be changes in tax rates. Yes, there will be probably most likely compromised decisions. Which will not really impact negatively our allocation decisions. I think overall, these decisions will lead to more thriving economy. If the sheriff labor goes up in terms of their benefits from the economy, they'll be spending more on in the longer run, which is what we're all looking at much, much better for the long term growth off the U. S economy and the global economy and hence Good for stocks and the longer one. So we are positive about those How do you think a higher capital gains rate would change things? A little. So again. I think those numbers will end up being compromised numbers, But you know our expectations they will. They will go up and given the scale again, Look out. You know a lot of the Existing studies on how much the increase in capital gains tax can impact new innovations. We don't think it will, in fact impact new innovations. We don't think that there will be less I pose in the U. S economy. The timing off transactions may change, but we do not. We do not see capital gains taxes. Changing the trajectory of the innovation in our economy. Absolute always appreciate your perspective on things and the interesting conversation. The commercial break to absolute best lost their the Rock Creek group Founder and C He gets so many messages now. What on earth are you talking about? 10 minutes ago. It doesn't matter if woman cost index comes in a bit better than expected personal income in its 21.1%. Against an estimated 20.3%. Yes, that is the monthly figure 21.1% and Michael McKee. What might does is he goes through the numbers and he runs away and he goes through the history books that he sent me a staff. Sent me a stat. Send us stat to that number. Is rising the most since records began in 1946, and that is all of that policy. Lisa, it's all about what was it steamy checks, statements? Jimmy's reopening or their stuff, which okay and I said, I was saying that it's transitory. She was buying into the Feds theory. Go to a question that my son asked me last night, he said his inflation good or his inflation. Bad kids aren't the best questions. Honestly, this is a fantastic question, especially after Michael visas of Morgan Stanley said. This is the way that the U. S. Could pay for. It could pay for all of this debt that they're incurring is Inflation. The upside or the downside potential surprise when people talk about going back to a loaf elation, reality, then does all of a sudden the debt become more of a concern. I mean, these are some of the push pull dynamics that really you've got to think about when you look at long term performance of some of these equities was some of our viewers or listeners. Now I have once put the younger brown wits on Bloomberg Radio London with me many, many years ago, and I think what we should do in the next news conference, Lisa Send younger brand, which to the news conference to ask chairman Pound very basic, simple pointed questions. He would get the elevator music very quick. I'll tell you that until the end, and even after Michael McKee with the elevator music, and then they would just Turn off the zoom connection very, very quickly. Too much. The price action pulling back from all time highs of the S and P 500 coming up on Bloomberg TV. Mohammed Al Arian Bloomberg opinion columnist and president of Queens College. Cambridge, Lisa, This was lovely. It was lovely. Lovely. Yes, just uninterrupted to as 40 minutes of just What about? Seriously? Exactly? No. You watching I miss you. I love you were looking forward to seeing you Monday. Can't wait. Cheers. Equities awful time highs. This is Bloomberg. 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"michael visa" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored
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"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Ladies and Gentlemen decision is the ten K. collecting podcast and I am Michael Visa your host, and today I'm going to introduce a couple more. Of all the ECOMMERCE. Leaders. Guest episodes, and the reason I'm happy to weave these into the mix. We will be getting back to a lot of expert interviews on the specialists of. And specifically, Amazon type subjects but these couple of episodes are GONNA entities now big picture stuff but really critical what's part of what Jason Miles my co host on the Equality Calls Prophet. Strategy. And that's obviously it does what it says on the tin, how do you get prophet but one of the parts that the big business model the invisible hand of the business model as Seth Godin puts it and we talked before about the scale ability and evaluating business model overall and stay, and in the next episode, we're GonNa talk about defensibility how easily how? Robust you'll business model is an is never been a more important question than right now what I'm recording this September twenty twenty with covert having raised on probably due to rage. Again, defensibility is absolutely up there as a characteristic of your business. So we're going to cover what we call the seven modes of defensibility including things like a name monopolostic characteristics big. Thing that Warren Buffett the most famous investor probably for and we're GonNa talk about various different things like indefensible market of why it's so bad what two or three times mock-up me to businesses dead in the water before it starts McDonald's secret brand positioning statement and what that can meet you as an sellers..
"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Collective is geared to the six seven and eight forget Amazon sellers. Today I want to introduce something that is a little bit broader than usual approach, which is another guest appearance of you like from the. PODCAST are been recording with my friend Jason Miles. About is the PODCAST, the ECOMMERCE leader, and if you are an e commerce seller wants to get even tiny bit broader than just sitting on Amazon for the rest of your life which I think most people in the Amazon selling world the I encountered do the Ne- should check it out. It's geared especially for you. So the ECOMMERCE leader is the podcast Jason is one of the top one percent. Provide sellers and Ewe's favorite ECOMMERCE instructor with over thirty thousand students. He really knows his stuff more than that. He's going to, NBA he's worked in corporate charities for for years. He's really got a good business head on him, and one thing we're going to talk about in the coming episode is a very broad approach to product strategy. Now, a Lotta people think product strategy means find yourself. A killer product based on a few key words on Amazon it and that's it. You're done. It's actually much more subtle not as a lot more thinking that can go into it, which I think can directly serve you and your business development. Few things we're GONNA talk about Jason considered digital products be economist products for some for example. So those were Amazon should really think about that. A simple to way division that is really helpful in the product weld product decision framework from the Pre Internet era really still works in what products stocking is and how it can really make your business very profitable. So some great things we touch on the lean star by Eric Ries we you we touched on Perry Marshall stuff, various different things. So I think this is quite Interesting, strategic approach to a very common question, which is in a sense what do I sell or how what so I saw what would so I sell from almost two TJ perspective how you enjoy it's and if you do enjoy it, then go and check out and subscribe to the e commerce lead podcast for more of the same good stuff. Thanks for listening at Cu the other. We are Michael Visa.
"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Michael, , how are you man? ? I'm well, , thank you. Yes . sipping hovel of. . Lemon and honey and ginger tea. . But I pretty good. . Yeah. Yeah. . . Keeping his bank. . Very. . Well, , very. . Good. . Well, , let's jump in today. . We've got a hot topic, , I think, and , that's the topic of. . Moving from Amazon to shop affi-. . Or from really you know Amazon to any other sales channel but we're GONNA sort out how shop by dozen doesn't help. . ECOMMERCE sellers <hes> the pros and cons some of the detail. . So you ready to jump into this absolutely hot topic definitely. . All right let's do well. . So I guess the first question that comes to my mind is you know you work with a lot of mazing Amazon sellers <hes> in your skincare collective and programs work there in London. . What have you heard from them in terms of their fears frustrations concerns <hes> by way of migrating or adding you know a different channel away from The stations can sense I mean he took into Amazon Selah. . How long have you got about I mean but Most of them concern Amazon rather than. . The fear of moving across course. . It's. . have. . So much fair as a resistance on because I was just so much for you and when we bitching Amazon I, , guess he's good to remember that the of qualified traffic with buying intense. . Of people who have their credit card on file is amazing and the conversion rates she got on Amazon I mean I was looking at somebody the day in the United Nine Percent Convention right and I'm like, , wow, , that's great. We . could be a fifteen, , twenty, , twenty, , five percent. . That's kind of eighty I in the context anywhere else on online, , right? ? For. . Those understandable reasons <hes> in people on in a hurry to get and they like to bitch about it and I guess every. So . often the FE Simone Amazon and that's when they consider maybe making the move uninformed to be fair to the tank <unk>. . Muslims have very active people who do a hell of a lot of stuff and a lot of them have got their own websites. . Some of them look beautiful designs when the functions he's pretty good. . But <HES> does only a couple of people I think actually have any serious percentage of their sales going through their own I'm known Amazon sites. . So. . I guess that tells you a story. . Nor. . Does what do you think the <HES>? ? The kind of the. . Underlying real issue is there is there time? ? Is it there education about the other side's is at their capacity of their team? ? Our finances? ? I mean well, , what do you think is that actual barrier to success? ? Is just good question I I organization of the of the work or it could be this very good question not something. . I should probably ask people. . It sounds like I'm about to pitch them into a shop if I but I. . It is probably an important discussion points allies because I do think. . On. . The one hand, , there is a growing awareness and interest amongst more more members of the Maas bonds. . In being able to grow you an audience and specifically contacts, , you are not as it tends to be sort of add ons. . There's not so much the sales channel thing as a traffic strategy things so that or even being able to control things like reviews are a lot of people building a facebook chats audience in order to then get more reviews on Amazon but the sales China's by much. . and. . It's not so much a traffic channel as sort of a channel of contacts as the traffic for shopping is still very much about Amazon. . Channel Four getting reviews. . Is. . Stuff like e mail I'm likely chapel design make some kind of say assured like the direct to consumer communication stuff they want to be in touch with them personally for email marketing, , those kinds of interactions. . Sure. . Exactly. . But on what the resistance is I guess the here's the thing that the growth sucks cash and also as a capital intensive growth model, , a business model and I'm great at selling lots of stuff, , which means that people constant need to apply that capital two thoughts channel neff while having a capsule spa and especially to drive traffic, , which is my perception of the problem with your in websites <hes>. . Isn't that, , and then of course, , if you're looking in the short-term medium-term cashflow than if you put money into Amazon odds, , I'm not tends to convert better than your own site would it's kind of becomes very hard to justify taking the money away from something that is going to produce an immediate cash flow to something as in. . This is my conjecture. . Sure. . It's true or not but I something already she got an Oscar combined with because it's an excellent question. . Okay. . Yeah. . No I mean that's very interesting. . What one just response to what you just mentioned on the ads side of course, the , mental shift there is. . On Amazon if you're doing <hes> ams work, , you're really <hes> spending money to make sales. . On CHIAPPA FI. . If you do it right I mean through other advertising platforms he really spending money to acquire a customer. .
"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Visi from amazing FBI and ten K. collective podcasts. Today I want to introduce something to ads and confused that makes this is amazing FBI, which is my overall set of podcast and and stuff information should I say four Amazon sellers that I've been doing for five years now and ten K. collective focused is a subset of that which is. Specifically geared to the needs of six seven, even eight figure Amazon sellers. Now, most recently in sort of a twenty twenty, I started a co hosted podcast, my friend, Jason Miles, who is a shopper FI business owner and trainer and a really fantastic business places got an NBA his worked in a billion dollar charity are really sorted overall business person as well as very nice. To think about business I mentioned him because I want to showcase over the next couple of a couple of our best content pieces from the economist Podcast, which is as the name implies a bit broader than the rim of the tank collective podcast. So it is for those who? Sell on lots of platforms as well as Amazon now what I think's important and today I want to showcase a particular. Episode that we've done, which is about the move from Amazon to shop for already rather not necessarily pivoting off Amazon but adding shop if I or indeed another. Commerce, whatever it is based. On shopping channel that you own yourself and that is something a lot of people talk about but they are uncertain about how to do it. Should I even bother doing? Is there really a business case for? So that's sort of stuff we discuss quite strategic level stuff not so much the nuts and bolts, but some useful tips there as well and I think you'll really enjoy this if you haven't heard. Jason before I'd urge you of course, a check out the ECON- asleep podcast where there's loads more of this good stuff where that came from. But without any further do gonNa let you listen to hold episode uninterrupted of this podcast to give you a chance to get a shopper fi meets Amazon kind of discussion which I think if you are primarily anonymous and Sally, you'll find free stimulating and interesting stay tuned. We are Michael Visa in London England. Jason Miles in Seattle Washington..
"michael visa" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"Can find his at drops, I dot com, and he does a great job on. It has done for quite some time so i. want to ask You stone. You saw my mock draft and I. Thank you for the complementary game early on. It did not go unnoticed on appreciates. But be that as it may. You and I have some differentiating opinions on certain players. I'll let you name one I, and we'll talk about it, but I've got one in mind as well okay. So one player on your mock Jeff that I. did like the fit a lot actually was killing hayes to the Detroit Pistons. That's fit. The I really liked on your mock draft I. think that he is a really fundamental player. Somebody that would bring I believe a winning culture to basketball something Pistons W. we have Right now. Just to even killed kind of personality. Can Fit in with any sort of locker room I believe and I think that would be really good fit for the Pistons who obviously need a point guard because Reggie Jackson is pretty much out of there and I. Think once Derrick Rose's. Contract is up after this year that he's pretty much out. There is also Reggie Jackson Dorothy with the clippers. Oh, that's. Shack is the member he was. Let go, so he could go ahead and latch onto another team. With the. Derrick Derrick rose is definitely have betrayed. He's got a nice contract seven million dollars around there. and. He is going to be someone that's going to be wanted by a lot of teams as A. Energy Guy, coming off the bench or someone who can. Play starting guard if you need to. But he did both during the season Detroit, so yeah definitely, but Detroit. They just need talent. They just need quality town on the team I think of any team at this point in time in the NBA there at or close to the bottom of the list when it comes to having any kind of MBA, quality depth. Definitely they. Look Arte someone that they can build around more of a complementary piece. Christian would if they could keep him around is a big bonus for them. She could Mboya has promised to some people. A lot of people really really like him, but outside of that is really not a whole lot and be excited about if you're in Detroit so I think Derrick rose is definitely a team that other teams are definitely a player that other teams will look at a next trade deadline. want him as kind of a spark off the bench, so point guard is definitely a huge huge concern for them in an appoint gird heavy draft. I think that's look. Don't forget us some FEMA heilige. Former, Laker someone who I actually was very sad to see him move on. The actually has had a decent season in Detroit. Is he a starting guard in the league I don't think so but I think he can't give you quality minutes off the bench for a good team or even a playoff team moving forward so I see a good long future for him. He's still very young. It's funny because he played four years in college, and he was only twenty one when he graduated, so it was Kinda funny to see that happen, but yeah, it's somebody. I think with when I've talking about Killian Haze that I think it's just a good fit. For a lot of teams because he can do whatever it is, you need him to do if he's shot. Develops the way most people think his shot outside will develop hugh. Be Able to go ahead and be either a great playmaker or very good playmaker or someone who could go ahead and play off ball as well. Yeah I think that he does fill out of teams. Phenomenal Passer, not quite as good as the mellow, but probably the second best passer in this draft. As shooter, hopefully he has some unique numbers that you don't usually see as far as catching shoot but off the dribble. Seems pretty pretty good so hopefully he develops into shooter in for Detroit. I think that he would immediately be their number auction moving forward. Well another name that I wanted to talk to you about in this is the one I was probably the most excited to talk to about, and that's for varying reasons, and that's precious the chew. Someone, who was really high on your draft at one point in time, but has dropped. His stock has dropped. He's still pretty good with me. I have him going in around the fifteen to twenty more online mock draft. You have I guess I. Don't say soured on him, but you have had changed opinion on it because he is the according to draft side Dot. Com your your site there and your list and your mock draft there he is the quickest dropper right now. The quickest drop of any of the prospects currently on your mock draft. He he had the greatest dropped from one mock draft to another I should say. I think there is an for that for me. Is that I just don't see precious as Still see him as between your even though I try to not use that term anymore. A lot of people have gone away from it in. It's not really as important. I I guess because of the lack of positional. Important in the league heads, just everyone does everything no matter. What do you are, but I? I see a precious as I don't really see who he defends the NBA The next level at Nazi perimeter quickness to be able to switch out there and i. do believe that he just doesn't have. What it takes to guard to guard posts, but offensively I, think is really intrigue, realized for a lot of people I can see him as a playmaker at the four of the five for parts of stretches of time, I'm not sure how much into shot, which is probably why he's fallen, which to me compared to a lot of other people who do buy into the shooting moving forward. So I think there's there's a number of different factors for me that the let him drop that low. Now I'm not buying into the shooting a hundred percent now either. I did see a lot of his form i. do like his form, but I'm not A. Hundred percent sold that he's going to be a stretch for stretch five. I do think he can't play the rim running foreign five similar to what we see now with Mantras Herrell I do think he can be strong enough to defend that. You're right about quick this on the exterior. That's could be an issue for him if he gets put out there on island. But I will say this that I think he does show enough promise to me and I think he is a excellent rebounder, which to me is becoming a lost art in the league, but if you have someone that is focused on getting that rebounds if you have him as a small ball for five per. Se I think that's something that from a standpoint of if you how them out there is a small ball five I think it could be something really effective if you have someone that is focused on getting that rebound, and then like you said has the passing skills to go ahead and send it out for a fast break. Yeah I think Macho. Heroes kind of a decent comparison in terms of the type of role. He'll be playing the NBA kind of the energizer running big maybe off, the bench may be starting. For me most likely off the bench. I do have a lot of concerns. As far as what is that one of antics skill that he to the table consistently in defensively. How how reliable is going to be? Switching and picking roles are going out to the perimeter. Something that every team is going to be asking bigs moving forward so. That's that's kind of my logic behind the job. Fair enough one name. I did want to ask you on. I was talking about this with Michael Eisenberg as well because he's very high on him. And I'm not sure how to read as far as your mock draft concern is Alexi Polka shift Sqi but reason why. I like to talk about his skill set because I think he has a great skill set. Stretch big at seven feet, excellent passer, probably outside of the guards. He's the best passer in this. In this year's draft key can rebound. He can block shots. He can defend a little bit on the perimeter. The only thing that. I don't know if you've heard my podcast with Michael Visa Berg, but I did say as far as in the words of the movie Captain America the First Avenger. This kid needs a sandwich because he is really really really did seven feet two hundred pounds. Maybe and I'm considering that a big baby so your thoughts Alexi Poker show ski and if someone that if he gains some strength, will his skills be able to translate into the League. Yeah my opinions on push-ups. She kind of all over the place. I've been really high on 'em. Really low on him and I'm kind of in the middle. He's as he said a big who has a lot of guard skills, which is very intriguing, I know a lot of draft twitter in that whole realm are very high on him I.
"michael visa" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Thank you. Yeah and it was very funny leading for Star Trek because it's such an enormous huge universe now with all the stories they've done all of the series and to come up with two stories totally or never done before on a great honor and a great challenge and And funny because the inspiration for a hobby on stars working the booth fifty nine fiction writer on my first my first paid mentor which Theodore Sturgeon and I got no ten very well written of course to Great Star Trek. The original series. I'm a crime. And surely and he also written for Galaxy magazine in the magazines. Fantasy science fiction back fifty. And so that's why I got the germ of that idea to write about those guys who who wrote science fiction back there then for the love of it and you wouldn't have star wars and Star Trek. Those wonderful writers like head and our regret Brie and many of those wonderful writers and then Harlan Ellison Harlan was not offended. Mentor he He did a a cording little that he recorded about writing. During that era in the fifties Ray Bradbury and I know you're doing a memorial for him at the Convention I know you're probably gonNA say some things while you're there but just kind of What's your first memory of of Ray Bradbury's work you know it's funny i. I was reading from when kit and he actually gave a talk in the library when I'm ten years. And he was the first rider I ever saw person and is so impressed with and even then he was so alive and so warm and so encouraging and I remember that somebody said that then was for writer your life and your art and your work all come from the same place in this offense and I think that's when I first even even started thinking of becoming a writer and then in recent years over the last fifteen years I became very very good friend. And he's a terrific mentor and every month or so. I would go over to the house and we just didn't talk. What an honor that was and I'm a huge fan of his work. I mean the Marshall Chronicle for five lanes or mazing amazing books. And I'm I'm I'm glad they`re. They've been establishes classics and will live on and it was funny because I knew it was in poor health. I'd seen just a few weeks before he died and and yet when he died it was still such a blow because there was only one of him another one. I was so honored to get snow and just be someone inspired insurance work and we'll see where things lead. I mean I. There was a project and I wanted to do together. A mini series called Bradbury's Lost Mar based on twentieth. Aren't in the Marshall Chronicles and And I hope is doing natural kickstarter to down the road when base. Command is finished. And we'll see if that happens. I I really want to do that. That'd a nicer tribute to him. I think he would like that. Very much. That's That's one of the things that you were involved in your directed an episode. World Enough and time for a star Trek new voyages talked to Jim. Cawley about that project and I kinda look at. As the semi pro ball of Star Trek were professionals working with almost professionals on there and I thought that was very unique. And I the thing about those episodes of really has given characters like your episode was on a sue and really fleshed out a lot of his character with the alternate history and I really enjoyed that I. It's I know it's hot shooting on that bridge but I mean it's it certainly looks good and and the stories were certainly really cool to watch. Well Yeah I'm I'm very very of that. We'll nothing time. I wrote it and directed and executive produced it and Michael Visas Michael Right on. He also for next Gen and on an emmy for the for Batman the Animated Series Star Wars novels. Now writing books with Neil Gaiman and it'll be riding one of our men movies with me. Well worth one and it was great because I always wanted to work with Georgia. We met when I interviewed him for the twilight zone companion when I was working on that book in my twenties and I'd I long to work with him and when I found out about star trek new voyages which is now called. Cirque DU I remember the story line. Michael Lifson pitch to Archer case to win paramount with can do that show in the seventies and it's a great suitable episode and they end up making it took because they needed star. Trek Movies into that theory. I called Michael and I said you wanNA write this with me we can do with these guys in upstate. New York and he said sure. And then we start to Georgetown Georgia's House and Sit Down with them in in vining them and I had type of the storyline in three pages. And I said you're brilliant actor not just in another things. I've seen which I mentioned. I said you all you never got the deserve here. It is and I need you to read these three pages right now and tell me. If you'll do this you'll make with me. And he read three pages right there and he said Yeah. I'm in and it was great because you know I think is my favorite star trek character. Really because he's just such a great character such intelligent and competent and loyal great qualities. I wish that they had done the captain soon. After we did one on my than I can Winston Engle and I actually wrote up a captain whose dairy recycle and and outlined a full to our movie and the networks just went the CDs. Just wasn't interested. It was funny. Cbs now on Star Trek to television and because CVS Viacom Paramount. You know and And they just didn't fit in with their business model. Wow you guys just really. Don't get it you know so But I'm glad that I actually generated that that document because of what do series would've been enjoys can't be to work with I. I look forward to working with him again and I really appreciate your time but I can't let you go without saying that many a times I would have the twilight zone companion with me. After watching an episode. I would thumb through that and pick out the different details about the episode. And also what you thought of the episode and it just really made it so much more enjoyable by doing that. Thank you and it was great. It was on the book and You know I'm very glad that I wrote a book about twilights on what was stoppages. Something you know. It's not such quality I mean I recently I did. Fifty commentaries violate them. Blu Ray also produced and sit down and watching them again rash after all these years and it's just finishing. I mean mazing work. And I'm so glad that Rod that show that show and brought Matheson Beaumont and George Clayton Johnson aboard and or Ham nermeen the nominal work and various five. And I go back to twilight zone over just reminded of what possible. And he's just a huge inspiration and Bradbury too. As a matter of fact his is the only episode were Sterling's narration his in it because that's the way Bradbury wrote you know it's real. Yeah Yeah Lane. I talked about What's funny 'cause when when Rod serling sold the twilight when he called Ray and he said I don't know if you're not science fiction and they said come up with the House and I'll I'll teach you came over the house? Ray took him into his basement whereas office was closed. Some books off the shelf one by one of his short story books and by Mattress Bromont when John Collier gave him the Rodney. Read these. And let's talk until Matheson in. Beaumont came aboard twilight zone physically because of of recommending. They were two of his shaved and how that happened and so it was a he raised. Yeah and boy were glad they did. They really added so much to the show and the direction show absolutely phenomenal as far as space command. It'll be a website for that eventually or Space Command. Well they know the stakes command movie. Dot Com which takes you started and and pledge base. Command takes you to the website if you go to started patriots and click through their website. And I think once the once the campaign is over fiscal end movie Dot Com. We'll just either direct line to the website so if one is just used to going that route. Think the right over right over to the website and there's lot of video content and artwork as a concept art and there's a lot of good look at on the website even now great great. That sounds great. Thank you so much for your time mark. And we'll certainly help. Get the word out about this really worthy project. It's going GonNa be a lot of fun for me. The ten year old boy is jumping up and down right now inside of me. So it's GonNa be every day is like my birthday. I really appreciate the opportunity to talk about Tony because he can tell that I really love it. Oh Yeah it's That's that's great. I mean that kind of passion is so necessary. These days In any kind of project. So I'm really glad you've had it for this and also really in your career to do something like this. Thanks.
"michael visa" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"I mean look. Stars have been getting overpaid or underpaid compared to their teammates since the even existed right. I mean some of this goes back to just like proper workplace to core my if you walk into your cubicle. And you're just like Bob is making seventy five cents per hour more than I am. Am Bob Sucks. He takes hour and a half lunch break every single day. And this whole company sucks. You guys aren't even trying to be better than our major competitors in the you know the paper products market this BS. I want out of here and like you know you're just flipped. It's like okay Bro. Like we get it. That's a you problem. That's not a company culture problem and of course you know the timber was need to be better there one of You know the losing hist organization since they were founded in the NBA. There's no question about it. It wasn't a fit once the initial sheen of that You know typical relationship wore off there But as the as the best player on organization you have to set the standard in good times and bad. And if you're only showing up with things are going well and you're part of the problem when things are going poorly you absolutely deserve to be judged for that. Yeah no that's really well said I have I think only one more pretty well I I have two more than the first one is really just a quick Shoutout to Andre Blatch. Who in two thousand twelve was listed as on the official program Not with team conditioning. Which is It's it's like the the team just basically accusing you of quitting on see. That's where the team is like. Look you're not quitting on us. You're quitting on yourself. You've quit on. Yeah so I thought that was just a really funny one and just eternal eternal shoutout to Andre who really made the the NBA more colorful. This is why I want amnesty closets. By the way you get remember you get reminded up these great characters throughout history all right. Who's your last one? So the last one is pretty interesting. Derrick rose who went awol in two thousand seventeen when he was on the New York Knicks. And just he left the team because I think he was. He explained it in. His book is just burnt out. Contemplating retirement Really struggling mentally and he just pooped out in the middle of the season. It's this is again just like literally. I don't know what other word there is than he quit on the team. But again you kind of understand. I think you can try to understand where he is coming from and what he is was going through at the time. Yeah that's a situation where I'm not really got a hold. That one against him. I mean first of all if it's a mental health situation. I don't think we should be painting. That is quitting. I think that we should not pay any night as like look. You have to put your you know yourself. I and I don't usually fed. Derrick rose for a lot of the things that he's done off the court but I think that's a situation where it's at least a little bit understandable at the same time when you look at that team they were going absolutely nowhere you know and then they finish like thirty one and fifty one looking it up right now if they finish fifty one in thirty one. Do you think he's still taking the leave of absence? You know if he is that tells you with serious if not I think you know to me. It adds a layer of context lag. Okay well what's he really costing these guys you know like what's what's really the implication here if if they're season's already over he's not going to be the savior and he was at a different difficult place with his body at that point as well. Robert so I mean to me I. I don't know I'm letting him off off the hook on that one. Yeah I could see. I just go back to in my head where we were at that time and just I remember. It was just one of those like twitter stories where no one knew what was going on. I'm pretty sure the knicks were just like flummoxed and couldn't really account for his so what one hundred percent agree with you that mental health is a priority and he should take care of that. But you probably should still communicate your whereabouts and what's going on and instead of just kind of like piecing I do and I mean that's part of your responsibility for sure informing your employer now. Did something get lost in the game of telephone because the PR people didn't say anything and they're just trying to cover and everything else. I mean that that part gets very tricky. You WanNa do right by your organization but I think ultimately in that situation you oh to yourself your family and your boss right and the rest of the public doesn't really need to know that you're you know contemplating retirement and besides yourself and everything like that. I mean it's you know there are lines. I guess is my point and you know. Hopefully you answer the questions when you're capable of but if you don't have answers yourself and you're trying to find them you know. I think that attention can get overwhelming for certain people. You know another similar situation to that and I'll close on this one. Michael would be Larry Sanders. Now I did like this big profile story on Larry Sanders and you. He was like really excited to talk about his artistic drawing work. And maybe I should have been tipped off by the fact that he seemed to have a lot of plant metaphors in his artwork. Which you know. I don't know I guess I just let of slide under the radar at that point but it was clear to me that even though he was playing important minutes on team and he is coming off a season where he was getting all these awards for his defensive prowess and that his mind was kind of elsewhere And you know He. He wound up quitting like two or three weeks later. Just retiring from the sport and I think it's really the only word to use. His passion was gone or he was more interested in other things or he was dealing with substance abuse problems kind of all of the above. And you know I think for a while there almost was like inconceivable because this guy was such a high level defensive impact type guy almost in the category of like a Rudy Gobert returns of when he's on the team plays amazing defense when he's off things. Kinda fall apart. And perhaps you know the passage of time and getting towards more versatile defensive players needing to have offensive guys who can stretch and and it kind of needing more from your your centers and just that one dimensional ability might have caught up with him and maybe it wouldn't have been as big of a problem but it's kind of a big. What if right For that franchise like if they had just a solid backline center for years that they could have counted on. Does story play out a little bit differently right Maybe they're in a different situation Who knows but I think that's one where we should you know kind of circle and say like look he obviously had stuff going on the court But he also just like flat out losses passion for Basketball Yeah. He wrote a piece for the Players Tribune shortly after he agreed to a stretch provision. Which by the way is paying him. One point nine million dollars through two thousand twenty two. So he's still getting checks from the Milwaukee Bucks. Which is pretty incredible. Yeah he he wrote a in the player's Tribune. That you know. He had to enter the Rogers Memorial Hospital and enter a program for anxiety and depression and mood disorder. So I mean yeah well you can do is hope that he's doing well and is enjoying his post basketball life and all the best. Larry's sanders I think he was making genes at one point three so we had stuff going on. He tried some comebacks as well. So yeah it was. There was different chapters for him but definitely a a what could have been story. You know right up there with others. We mentioned today. Well Michael we manage to go for more than an hour on the. Nba's biggest quitters. But I know we did not cover everyone. So if you've got to play for your favorite team or maybe one of your favorite players who just had an unfortunate chapter of his career and you want to add them to our list of the NBA's biggest quitters email us open floor. Male Edgy Mel dot com open floor male edginess DOT com. If you have any points you wanNA argue if you think guys who do feel to see projects through where you know in terms of getting their team over the hump to a title and changing spots in free agency. If you think those guys are quitters make the case. Let us know. I'm certainly interested to hear your perspective. Hey Michael the the listeners can find us on Apple podcasts by searching for open floor. That's two words when they get there they can scroll down. It will say rate in review tap five stars. It's just that easy to help us. Spread the word about this podcast ongoing pandemic Michael. You're on Instagram and twitter at Michael Visa. Victor Pena. I'm on Instagram at dock. Over on twitter at Penn Golfer. We will return later this week with a breakdown of the latest episodes of the last dance as well as a whole bunch of great questions that we got that came in over the weekend from the open floor glow but guys keep those coming in. We cannot get enough a Michael until later this week. I'll to you soon ben grow..
"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Ladies and Gentlemen Boys Girls Michael Visa hit from the podcast. I'm here with Donny. Calls from Kenji. Roi Why that is one of those underachievers Founded the optimization enlisting agency Kennedy are Y is is to Actualize Freedom Caucus and Waco's a lifestyle enthusiast living in Bali. I guess if I lived in Bali I would probably be more enthusiastic chrome lifestyle as well so along with apparently quite a few of the US by While as an Stocksi living the dream so we had a really fantastic presentation down the summarizing the staying the three elements which you mentioned which keyword optimization key info communication and persuasive desire to Seemed like tastic three so big picture hooks to hang stuff on so the next obviously to look at it. Listing is can we dealt with woods a great Didn't catch folks. I Radi Greedy Edgy. To listen to watch even better. The presentation on the video. Formats educates amazing. FDA DOT com slash. Kenji K. E. N. J. you'll be able to find. And if she downloadable Donnie as well. So let's get into photography that and so what are the basic principles fuel product photography. So you've go to very principle driven strategy driven way of looking at words quite sure you have a similar strategy from the products. What are the first principles would be? Buy Y yes. Product photography is the most important part of an Amazon listening for the conversion rate actually converting people to sail. It's not going to get people to your listing except for the main image because you need the rescuers and everything like that but once they're on your listing that's basically their impression of your products and a lot of people will they're cutting out the wrong impression and just because they have a couple of good images doesn't mean you can get away with having one or two really terrible Just think about it this sway. You know we're human beings and we do actually judge each other based on appearance whether you like to think so or not and if you show up to work does address really nicely for seven days in a row but then on the eighth day you showed up without any pants on people are going to judge you pretty strongly based on that right. I don't think you're go that you're less Depends on what kind of job you have. I suppose. But that's the impression that you're putting if you have six really great images in any seven images just garbage edged like with your iphone and the lighting this you can barely tell what your product is right. So every single image matters on Amazon. The the second biggest principle I think people get wrong is not having a very specific purpose for every single image. Let's just say that a lot of Amazon shoppers. Do not it read. You're listening they're just GonNa read maybe your title and maybe scan the bullet points maybe scan over your description. better if it's an eight plus content or ABC description but probably. They're going to look at the photos the price and they're gonNA make a buying decision. People are lazy and was an image. You can communicate a much more information in much less less time even if there's no text on image br example if there is a model that is wearing a rain jacket for example wearing a rain jacket. And they're out in the forest forest and they're getting rained on his and his ripping over top. There is a ton of information in that image. Right there it is showing roughly how the fit of the rain jacket jacket like is it. Does it show up really drooping model to show up super tight in showing that the hood is over in a show that totally waterproof or shows the water coming off there. It shows edited song geared towards hikers. People are using it outdoors. It just. There's so much information your brain can insulate take in from an image rather than reading which is much slower so you WanNa have a very specific purpose for each one of these. I recommend creating your shot list in advance. Whether you're doing the voters yourself or you're getting a professional the company that you report your your buddy create a shot lists that is based around the most important things to show about your product. So it's kind of comes back to copywriting principals identifying what the most key benefits your product provides are based on your research and then creating the shortlist from that maybe one of the key benefits alleged that you have. Is You know it repels water right. Let's go with the rain. Jacket example again. How is the best way to show that repels water? You could show. That was a graphic design image with like a rain droplet on it with an icon but probably a more effective way to show that it'd be having D'Amato wearing a rain jacket and a bunch of water. Actually she coming off it. It's it's a flasher way to show that but something like sizing is probably better shown in a graphic design image. Where you have the rain jackets sitting when you have some markers showing okay? This dimension is strictly three inches. This dimension like Chess Dimension is twenty two inches and stuff like that so you really gotta think once those who have your amount of images and you have each one of those filled out. What the key benefit? What is the best type of image? Actually show off that benefit and you wanna be using a mixture of less model graphic design images was some graphics added to them and some studio images was white background. Even if it's just only your niche which are just because Amazon requires that that main image so that is just an overall concept that a lot of people just don't put enough time and energy into and one more thing when it comes to you lifestyle images I see this all the time and it makes me cringe so much when you have a model using your product make sure that the model is actually actually in the act of doing something that you're trying to show. The model should not holding the product in posing like looking at the camera. And like the worst is. When it's a supplemental laments? Something like that or like a skin care product and it's like holding the packaging and just like looking at the camera like they're trying to show but it just blows my mind that people think that that's a good idea. The whole point of having a lot is showing the customer. What they're like? There's going to be like after having products and you know what what kind of benefit you're trying it show comprehensive Elsa so Yeah I like the The Klay mindedness. You very very good at cutting to the chase of this. This was something is really helpful site. Where every image masses Yasser that people will judge and rightly has its against world? Djembe sleep trying to put on some kind of best front especially in a work situation but in a sales situation we all know. It's exited the pets tried to put on the best fraud. Said they show some colored biddle problem even when the Up in what north is going to be like what it tends to your house. Rise was the feeding the APP. The question happened lines. Yeah I was just thinking about. It's it's completely relevant to Amazon Bud. This way you get away with wearing pants. New Pants Transition And not get if you look at online. David conferencing type stuff like with say US the other way. If you get away without Kadett craziness so very good point but joking aside Kevin King these very very strong image at Decades says the secret to be judged on your worst image which is a great old of thumb. So I love the you've reminded us about. I think the point where if you can get get five fantastic images out there but at six one in if it's going to be mediocre so very good reminded on the second one is every imaging having a pep is really important and then the cartoon benefits which is the basics of good salesmanship but a Lotta people mess it up completely. They get abused by this object in front of them stop. Budget crossing offing Why are we so tell me a bit more than if we're going to be very clear about the purpose of each image tightly? I don't say the Started image being. I used to communicate bests than how do we decide. What sort of voter or indeed waltz the machines because the missionaries top purpose? Again that it needs to be benefit different but how do we structure listing as whole so that the flow into each other in some logical order. Yeah so the logical order in my opinion is to go off key info optimization if you guys heard the other podcast episode or we're going over the triple optimize listing. One of those. Three pieces is key impo optimization. That's basically just whatever that list of the most key benefits that you came up with the shot list order those and or importance for the your customers your products and the most important ones should be in the most prominent places realistic. So so the two most important places would be the first three images and then the first little snippet every title after Your First Main Keyword is should be your first name followed by. I most important piece of information. So let's say on a really common one is with food containers kind EP free. He has a real trigger word. People were only looking for BP free food containers. They don't want the cheap Chinese ones that are going to need help but this crazy hormone meddling chemical into their bodies I would put. BPA Free in that second all snippet of the title and then after the main image images by regulations has pure white background and just product product. But I would put that whatever image you have created for. EPA would be the second image because it's just the most important thing in that scenario. It will probably be a graphic design image. Because you know it's hard to communicate. BPA free without any kind of text or an aunt or something like that and then just from there. It's just this going down the list in order of importance. What is now the second most important thing that the customer needs to see about the product in order to purchase and just going from order of most important at least important in the most weren't places of the listening down to the least important places other western excellent? So you know it's very insects. I obviously a lot of experts in different areas like they suspect recent. Somebody's next in Modal Daisy Paul to get a few interesting days though so what what what. She didn't mention this out saying. Thanks you said that makes you cringe worthy modest just smiling at the camera holding the products which is like by daytime. TV second nineteen eighty five. I guess that we've had other people don't specifically about it was but what strikes me about. Will people really expert at being concise with. This is actually in the end. This isn't that complex and it is. It shouldn't feel completely consumer buffet Goes into not writing a complicated listing to thank you very very hard about is humid to do research. It's a bit like building..
Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI
"Ladies and Gentlemen Boys Girls Michael Visa hit from the podcast. I'm here with Donny. Calls from Kenji. Roi Why that is one of those underachievers Founded the optimization enlisting agency Kennedy are Y is is to Actualize Freedom Caucus and Waco's a lifestyle enthusiast living in Bali. I guess if I lived in Bali I would probably be more enthusiastic chrome lifestyle as well so along with apparently quite a few of the US by While as an Stocksi living the dream so we had a really fantastic presentation down the summarizing the staying the three elements which you mentioned which keyword optimization key info communication and persuasive desire to Seemed like tastic three so big picture hooks to hang stuff on so the next obviously to look at it. Listing is can we dealt with woods a great Didn't catch folks. I Radi Greedy Edgy. To listen to watch even better. The presentation on the video. Formats educates amazing. FDA DOT com slash. Kenji K. E. N. J. you'll be able to find. And if she downloadable Donnie as well. So let's get into photography that and so what are the basic principles fuel product photography. So you've go to very principle driven strategy driven way of looking at words quite sure you have a similar strategy from the products. What are the first principles would be? Buy Y yes. Product photography is the most important part of an Amazon listening for the conversion rate actually converting people to sail. It's not going to get people to your listing except for the main image because you need the rescuers and everything like that but once they're on your listing that's basically their impression of your products and a lot of people will they're cutting out the wrong impression and just because they have a couple of good images doesn't mean you can get away with having one or two really terrible Just think about it this sway. You know we're human beings and we do actually judge each other based on appearance whether you like to think so or not and if you show up to work does address really nicely for seven days in a row but then on the eighth day you showed up without any pants on people are going to judge you pretty strongly based on that right. I don't think you're go that you're less Depends on what kind of job you have. I suppose. But that's the impression that you're putting if you have six really great images in any seven images just garbage edged like with your iphone and the lighting this you can barely tell what your product is right. So every single image matters on Amazon. The the second biggest principle I think people get wrong is not having a very specific purpose for every single image. Let's just say that a lot of Amazon shoppers. Do not it read. You're listening they're just GonNa read maybe your title and maybe scan the bullet points maybe scan over your description. better if it's an eight plus content or ABC description but probably. They're going to look at the photos the price and they're gonNA make a buying decision. People are lazy and was an image. You can communicate a much more information in much less less time even if there's no text on image br example if there is a model that is wearing a rain jacket for example wearing a rain jacket. And they're out in the forest forest and they're getting rained on his and his ripping over top. There is a ton of information in that image. Right there it is showing roughly how the fit of the rain jacket jacket like is it. Does it show up really drooping model to show up super tight in showing that the hood is over in a show that totally waterproof or shows the water coming off there. It shows edited song geared towards hikers. People are using it outdoors. It just. There's so much information your brain can insulate take in from an image rather than reading which is much slower so you WanNa have a very specific purpose for each one of these. I recommend creating your shot list in advance. Whether you're doing the voters yourself or you're getting a professional the company that you report your your buddy create a shot lists that is based around the most important things to show about your product. So it's kind of comes back to copywriting principals identifying what the most key benefits your product provides are based on your research and then creating the shortlist from that maybe one of the key benefits alleged that you have. Is You know it repels water right. Let's go with the rain. Jacket example again. How is the best way to show that repels water? You could show. That was a graphic design image with like a rain droplet on it with an icon but probably a more effective way to show that it'd be having D'Amato wearing a rain jacket and a bunch of water. Actually she coming off it. It's it's a flasher way to show that but something like sizing is probably better shown in a graphic design image. Where you have the rain jackets sitting when you have some markers showing okay? This dimension is strictly three inches. This dimension like Chess Dimension is twenty two inches and stuff like that so you really gotta think once those who have your amount of images and you have each one of those filled out. What the key benefit? What is the best type of image? Actually show off that benefit and you wanna be using a mixture of less model graphic design images was some graphics added to them and some studio images was white background. Even if it's just only your niche which are just because Amazon requires that that main image so that is just an overall concept that a lot of people just don't put enough time and energy into and one more thing when it comes to you lifestyle images I see this all the time and it makes me cringe so much when you have a model using your product make sure that the model is actually actually in the act of doing something that you're trying to show. The model should not holding the product in posing like looking at the camera. And like the worst is. When it's a supplemental laments? Something like that or like a skin care product and it's like holding the packaging and just like looking at the camera like they're trying to show but it just blows my mind that people think that that's a good idea. The whole point of having a lot is showing the customer. What they're like? There's going to be like after having products and you know what what kind of benefit you're trying it show comprehensive Elsa so Yeah I like the The Klay mindedness. You very very good at cutting to the chase of this. This was something is really helpful site. Where every image masses Yasser that people will judge and rightly has its against world? Djembe sleep trying to put on some kind of best front especially in a work situation but in a sales situation we all know. It's exited the pets tried to put on the best fraud. Said they show some colored biddle problem even when the Up in what north is going to be like what it tends to your house. Rise was the feeding the APP. The question happened lines. Yeah I was just thinking about. It's it's completely relevant to Amazon Bud. This way you get away with wearing pants. New Pants Transition And not get if you look at online. David conferencing type stuff like with say US the other way. If you get away without Kadett craziness so very good point but joking aside Kevin King these very very strong image at Decades says the secret to be judged on your worst image which is a great old of thumb. So I love the you've reminded us about. I think the point where if you can get get five fantastic images out there but at six one in if it's going to be mediocre so very good reminded on the second one is every imaging having a pep is really important and then the cartoon benefits which is the basics of good salesmanship but a Lotta people mess it up completely. They get abused by this object in front of them stop. Budget crossing offing Why are we so tell me a bit more than if we're going to be very clear about the purpose of each image tightly? I don't say the Started image being. I used to communicate bests than how do we decide. What sort of voter or indeed waltz the machines because the missionaries top purpose? Again that it needs to be benefit different but how do we structure listing as whole so that the flow into each other in some logical order. Yeah so the logical order in my opinion is to go off key info optimization if you guys heard the other podcast episode or we're going over the triple optimize listing. One of those. Three pieces is key impo optimization. That's basically just whatever that list of the most key benefits that you came up with the shot list order those and or importance for the your customers your products and the most important ones should be in the most prominent places realistic. So so the two most important places would be the first three images and then the first little snippet every title after Your First Main Keyword is should be your first name followed by. I most important piece of information. So let's say on a really common one is with food containers kind EP free. He has a real trigger word. People were only looking for BP free food containers. They don't want the cheap Chinese ones that are going to need help but this crazy hormone meddling chemical into their bodies I would put. BPA Free in that second all snippet of the title and then after the main image images by regulations has pure white background and just product product. But I would put that whatever image you have created for. EPA would be the second image because it's just the most important thing
"michael visa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Operation, drain the swamp. We're talking about student loan debt, and how bad it is at a you mentioned that you had seven bullet points that you wanna get to. Let's start with those what what is number one number one is those wealthiest college is nearly three hundred billion dollars in and last year, the American taxpayer put seven billion dollars of our money. If federal subsidies backing their federal student aid into those schools, so they need to lighten the load any American taxpayers here. Before you get to number two. Do you have a sense of how much cash those three hundred billion are throwing off because presumably they are using the investment returns on that for something. So. Over the course of the long term, you know, the estimate that they liked the hit is a eight to ten percent return on that investment. So three hundred billion dollars. Ten percent would be thirty billion dollars a year. And they should be in this market, ding, ten percent back or better. I just saw the other day the SB five hundred is yielding it was. It was above ten percent. So so that's thirty billion that they have for what are they using that for what what what what do they use their endowment returns on? They or their endowments. And that is that's the problem. Now, I was Senator. He's Senate Judiciary chairman Chuck Grassley all back in two thousand eight he noticed this phenomenon. We have as memo on a bipartisan basis, the Senate Judiciary committee, Republicans and Democrats got together. And they they told these wealthy schools that they must start the frame the cost of their student tuition and lightening the load and the American taxpayer they must make themselves affordable. And this was all all the way back in two thousand eight and they haven't done it. Anna Manji ask is our guest opened the books dot com. I'm looking at the report that you're working off of key findings point number two a twelve percent graduation rate on average. So we took a look at the fifty worst performing junior colleges community colleges. Michael visa, the schools that are supposed to be serving the strivers, you know, the kids eating Rama noodles and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that are working two three jobs. Well, the the top ten schools that received the most federal money on that list. These are these are bad performing schools. They had average graduation rate of twelve percent. Now, those fifty underperforming worst performing junior colleges in the country last year from the American taxpayer they receive nearly one billion dollars. Congress needs to crack down. We need a better and tighter accreditation standards. Not looser standards. You know? The junior college route seems like it's such a great opportunity because so much of university is divestitures of these legacy Ivy league fancy name places where kids go off in for a lot of kids a lot of young people, or even if you wanna make a career change, it should be the case that there's a place in some of it online that they can just go in and get the skills and certifications they need that the workplace requires right? And instead of that instead of that, we are saddling these students and their families with generational debts. Michael here, here's another area that people just can't understand our federal government. The centre-left likes to say is run by technocrats. They can spend our money better than we the people can spend our money, right? That's always the argument, especially in the age of of making the arguments socialism, well, the department of education admit that over the course of the last two years. They overpaid eleven billion dollars worth of student loans and held grants. It was actually four percent of all student loans were overpaid and eight percent of all Pell grants were overpaid. And this is another area of bipartisan reform, it is screaming out for congress to crack down for the education secretary, Betsy DeVos to crack down on these overpayments. The department of Ed has a lack of basic in-house financial accounting controls that stems back through democrat administrations and Republican ministration, and it's about time to end the practice. This is stem, again ingrained practice of improper payments and to be clear. The the the four percent in overpayment is more money given to a student than they qualified for that. They were supposed to get. Absolutely right in Pell grants. Don't have to be paid back. Okay. One of the things you note is in money that's getting federal funding an international school for video game design wooden boat making gambling bartending. Golfers talk about that if you would. So who knew who knew that taxpayers are funny nine traditional schools, like the music and design academy. You know, they've got campuses in Los Angeles in New York City in over the course of the last four years the American taxpayer put seventy five million dollars into those schools. They're charging tuition their website says of between thirty eight thousand and forty eight thousand dollars per year. But the average graduate comes out and makes on average only twenty eight thousand then there's other schools like the American taxpayer put ten million dollars into a school done in New Orleans where the students learn gambling and bartending. And that begs the question, do you want your tax dollars shaken or stirred and the American taxpayer puts five? Million dollars into the professional golfers career college and they're. I think I practically have a PHD in gambling and bartending, and I have zero student debt in either of those fields. So the the argument would be. Not everybody needs to get an English degree or a sociology degree. These are real job skills. Right. You're you're saying that the cost is too high. Not that the that the topics are wrong. Because surely, we do have a big video gaming industry. I know because my kids were dicta to it. What we're making the argument. And I I don't think it it's the data holder argument to be true that tax dollars. The federal funding is so lucrative now for all of these colleges. It's actually driving up college tuition costs. Even if these non traditional about the best example of this is the colleges of cosmetology the largest chain of beauty schools in the country's empire. Beauty schools and received about a half billion dollars of student financial subsidies in the last four years and empire knits charging up to twenty two thousand dollars into N fees, and Michael that that exceeds the in-state tuition costs of all big ten universities except northwestern. But an empire, it's only thirty five to forty week program and graduates are qualified to cut hair manicure nails and do massage therapy for that kind of money. Could you use in school costs conferences that have these football teams because I don't even pay attention to the big? Ten. Anything of interest to me? Well, you know, the the note so in our database, we captured last year we filed freedom of information act request on sixty thousand bodies, nearly every single substantial public body in this country. So if you go to open the books dot com, you can see by and large what every public employees in this country makes and what public body they worked for the number one most highly compensated public employees in the country was the football coach in Alabama Nick Sabin, and he made nearly twelve million dollars. But it wasn't enough. He lost the national championship. I would argue Adam and I had this conversation with somebody yesterday that Nick Sabin is underpaid. If you were to measure success that you can't use Nick Sabin. I would say you got to go find some guy. That's that's not a winner. But getting paid. I'm kidding. Of course. But I mean, the guy does win and is it some of that money coming from donors from from their their alumni. Well, some of it's coming obviously from from thicket sales advertising sales and things like that. But here's what's not talked about at the university of Alabama. They've already bonded out on long term debt financing to build out these programs. They borrowed the future revenue streams of Nick Sabin Alabama football teams, so another one better.
"michael visa" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Aw. I hit by introduced to you, Mr Michel visi. Hey, hey, hey, welcome to amazing FBI the place to be for UK based Amazon entrepreneurs I'm your host Michel visi. Welcome to the show. They probably brought to you by the amazing FBI mentoring program. The mentoring program is therefore you whether you are just starting out or you have existing products, and you want to add another product or you want to scale up from a few thousand pounds or dollars per month up into the twenty five thousand dollars a month. Or so Mark at which point then I would probably hand you have to that cata ten K collective mind. If you're in the UK is it for you outside of the UK. Absolutely. I've got an American client a British client widdly, who's in Australia for straightening client in London of what people in Poland and in island, pretty international this works for everybody because everyone has similar issues. It you're selling in America, you're selling in the U K or or Europe will you planning to Sal in UK your or America of sold as marketplace's and coach people and all that. So all of those people will find that. This is a very very helpful program for them. Why one to one mentoring? It's. Pretty simple really because relations at dream killer. Trying to learn something just from the role firehose of YouTube and poke costs and Facebook groups is gonna drive you nuts. But even if you got the structured work of a course, which I definitely definitely would recommend. I did that myself, and I work with people with my cost. Now, I still think it's really does. No substitute to be able to use somebody's sounding board and learning from somebody who's being that before can help you deal with them ahead trash and have clear simple prices on hold you accountable to them. So that sounds attractive to you. Guess what we've got an amazing deal very very rarely reduce the price of mentoring. So I don't want to devalue it in the marketplace. But I'm doing it because I neglected my marketing before Christmas with pale p the private label process course, I was creating and I've got a tax Bill coming up because of how successful year, but she means that the government tax. So for those reasons I need to get a cash in. I'm willing to lower my prices for the next three or four people after that goes back to stay. Prices. Anna would indeed put them up in future as I have done in the past. So if you're interested in exploring that is applicable only, I'm not gonna hard sell you into anything if it's not right for you. We will work together, but many many people have found it, very helpful. If you want to find out more about that. And see some of the testimonials from the happy people that have worked with amazing FBI dot com for slash mentoring. Emmy N T O R G. Thank you so much for listening now on with the show, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to the show. This is your host Michael visa and today, I want to talk about another lesson from one of my mentoring Klein's and call that we had yesterday. So I'm just going to bring up my notes here because I always take notes on lessons on sections. I should say first of all so I can send into the client. So that we keep a document of. What was disgusted with lose? Good ideas. And more than ideas, we put on concrete goals at the end of each and every session to all normally three goals free is this week spot. For me, I've got to a book be meeting recently kind of remember what it's called being meeting. So many great business books recently all. Let you know wanna know what it's called ask them in the Facebook group, amazing FAA dot com. Forceless F B F face B as in book. So this book anyways is about productivity, but it's not just about just kind of churning out random bits of Email corporate churning you doing the getting things done method. Dave, Allen's method, which I think is great. But this is called agile development or something like that. And it really advocates getting three business goals per year per quota week. And that's a really great thing. I'm saying to myself how three business goals today. One of which is to recall this podcast. So I've got the other one's done. So that's good. So three goals is a really excellent starting-point. And that's one of the reasons I think the mentoring system works is pretty simple robust. But anyway, so this is a person who came back from working with me a few months ago, maintain good guy was pleased to see him poppy head buck above the parapet because I'd be offering a deal on mentoring. At the beginning of this year. So Mr. X came back out of the woodwork, and he has a physical bricks and mortar business, which is not actually physical products. It's about him trading. His time for money, and he said he has had a good year guessing h he realizes that he doesn't really want to scale it. He could do service based businesses can be scaled. But obviously, it means employing of staff physical overheads and stuff, and he just doesn't have the interest to do that he's going to business partner who, you know. I'm not sure how he's business fought in the fields that it's good, Bob. But the point is this doesn't want to do. She said, I am the product. And there's a lot of work. And I said, well, look don't feel bad. I run a podcast so on the same when I do my business coaching one to one I end the product. So don't feel bad about that. It can be part of the mix. But nevertheless is Norway wants to be. So what is the aiming to do? This is always something I asked new mentioned class. But even when he's coming back and said, okay, what do you want to do? Well, he wants to create an online program, maybe could create an online program that would be a way of leveraging his physical. Service business, but he can't really get past. The fact that e commerce business takes a lot of boxes for him. It's more of a machine that you could set up an take work to set up and he's realistic having one businesses before. But once it set up it works for you getting again without you having to be physically present. And that's absolutely true. And also location freidan thing as well. He says he still wants to serve people in his ex wife Ed space x y z is the type of businesses in. But he doesn't want to be tight location and one to one stuff. So last time he said, his heart on a particular type of products, and we worked for a couple of months, maybe three on that. And he just couldn't find this way into the marketplace possibly because I think he was fixating on a type of products, which when you think about it. He didn't have a particular expertise at and I said, look there's consider starting from scratch, and he said, yeah, absolutely up for starting from scratch. This look at the customer avatar, do whatever it takes to get this implies now. What's really fascinating to me? Just to pause. A moment reflect is this guy's unlike somebody else of shed about recently from the mentoring Cole who is a real expert consumate has very specific problem and pain and really got to know about the solutions for that. Because of his own personal need. He wasn't an expert in that area that type of product to start with became an expert because of needing to because of his personal situation. Now, this person Mr. x is in a different situation because he is an expert in helping people in certain specific way in a particular of niche. So let's imagine that he's expert on I used to teach people the piano, for example, and are used to one to one, and I was basically my business, and I guess I could've if I wanted to expand into doing group classes as this person has really enjoy it because various things I guess is one to one work. It's the Boreas is not repeated an offer my clients highly motivated, which. Is a bit different. But broadly speaking, I didn't want to scale that business either. And I may find another way of doing that one day who knows, but I will I certainly found that selling physical products in the music space online while still serving musicians was indeed a more passive way of me doing it, not passive set up very active, but there's ongoing selling could set up systems and work on the systems. But the actual income was not directly proportional to the time that I had to put in so I can completely relate to where he's coming from. But just magin that really you are a pianist, and you teach people and then suddenly as I did you got plunging into the filled all in my case music stand lights electronics from China. That's not really my expertise. I learned as long, but it was neither something that was a pressing need for me. It was something. I understood having used them. But it wasn't really really pressing. There wasn't obsessed with it wasn't driven by medical or other pressing need in my life. For example. And also it wasn't something. I was an expert in producing so as an expert in teaching people, and then suddenly I went into something that was very out of my area of expertise. So what I would say is with my previous example with the client. He's got a he's an expert because humor in a very physical particular type of physical products, then he's kind of an expert in that area now, whereas this other client, I'm talking about. Now, Mr. X, I guess, but it mystery Mr. x is not an expert in a particular type of product that he was considering selling, but he is an expert in the needs of a particular avatar because he spends all day every day, and he's business days say all damage working, I guess before days a week. He's got some flexibility because he owns the business or Cohen's it, but he's spending all day with his customers. I said look the thing is you fixated on a particular type of product a particular type of solution to a rather vague set of problems related to your customer. Right. So Manton, I work. On fixated on producing music stand lights for say pianist and without really reference to whether that was my clients greatest need and talking to them, which is to I didn't. I said, look you have a business parv your business. I just I asked the question, which is really really important, and that one of the one of the main learnings from this is don't throw the baby out with both water because I said, so is that all of your business. You don't like scaling. It sounds like you don't like working with women of a certain age in business. And what about the men, and he said, yeah, actually, there's this group of men I've got that. I worked ten of them in the service industry. And I for whatever reason find not being sexist, but this is just happens to be true that certain type of person that I really like working with them. We've got a group, and it's going really really well said, okay. We'll look you've basically got yourself a little not even customer focus group. You got a set of paying clients, and you just need to just dig deep with those guys just you can do it client casually. You can just find out what? Problems. They have and what they need. And actually, then start form your expertise expertise in the ten people in that class in the hundred or whatever is people in your service business and those one hundred or whatever people are the people you are expert in because you know, them very very, well, you know, them personally their needs in the area that you're an expert in providing very deeply. So if you want to go into the physical product space serve the same kind of person and drill deep into their needs. And then go and fulfill that need so unlike my other client, this person is an ex is not an expert in a particular product the particular type of solution. But they are an expert in the customer's problem from a customer service or personal service provider point of view. So I'm an expert in the needs of people he needs to learn to play the piano for that matter. I used to be with the French horn in Boston Easter teach years ago, I'm not an expert in producing trumpets. But I do know what characteristics. Trump is needs have if I'm gonna play. Them. Well, or trench wants some experts teacher of people who use the products rather than being expert making the product. And that's okay. Because you can you can still be guided very precisely that way by having very clear specification in knowing exactly the what exact problem, your problem your product is that solves the first thing, and you can go to your supplies and experiments
"michael visa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Studio. Klay Thompson continues to be a pain for the Lakers found my gaze gonna shoot a three. And he's gotta miss it. He had too late McLaughlin, and it's rebounded by curry behind. The back front court pass tops it picks. It up shoots a truck knocks at home. Four now is clay. For nine points. I think once Angeles Lakers fans have seen enough of Klay Thompson. I think so and the warriors nine assists on fourteen may field goals in that first quarter lead the Lakers thirty three twenty four as we get set for the start of the second quarter back to oracle arena with custody and j b. Breath. Thanks a lot of JV. How do you shoot sixty four percent and still only have a nine point lead, offensive rebounds? The Lakers have eight offense boards compared to six defense rebounds. So you get nine more field goal attempts. You can shoot thirty five and a half percent when you're Ponant. She's sixty four if he get nine more attempts. Luke Walton is unhappy with some of the substitution for the Lakers here. Let's see they've got Klay Thompson in boogie cousins back in. And also Shaun Livingston on the floor for the first time with Andre dollar and Draymond green. I didn't see him how quickly they got to the scores table or in. But the Lakers jumped off the bench and were all over the officials on that one. Bill allow playoff series, Lance Stevenson as Michael Beasley in the game. Beasley with a tip of the circle with a left hand goes down. The post puts up a tough angled shot that rolls home, for Beasley. There's one reason why Michael visas in the game quick score and score score bowl. Wagner is also in for the first time the big rookie from Michigan. Remind green passing it off the Thompson quickly to the right wing two. Cousins drops it off to baseline up top Thompson square's for three of the hierarchy rainbow shots good. He's five of six. The rumors are true that he's gonna play LA. He's gonna be maybe the greatest player of all time. When he sees purple and gold. He's really good. Here's Wagner on the drive and a seven footer gets all the way to the rim, and lays it again, you you have to respect him at the three point line is not a bad three point shooter. Diplo's Ripon top Senate other three same spot. Same result. Fact, toback triples for Thompson dope in the second quarter. The warriors missed it the other day against philli. Did Steph curry said just as much as well. After the game proud coming alive member. Klay Thompson had ten. Here's Stevenson missing from outside rebounded by Thompson. He's gonna go right to that. Spot can get a shot up. Now dribbles inside passes out two cousins. But a minute twenty into the second quarter. It's thirty nine twenty eight warriors. Thompson gets it back behind the Draymond screen picked up, by Beasley gives it up. Degreen green seven shoot pass into the deep corner egg dollar in and out on a D two. And Stevenson has the rebound. Thompson has six seven three for three from three point land. Josh heart opening the second quarter on the floor passing it to the wing inside. Beasley contested chompers. Good to shots four points. Michael be very mongering was draped all over him. No matter. This guy is a professional score Thompson from the right wing. Just missing on a three pointer is I three point miss of the night. That one was online and popped out. Brandon Ingram drives to the elbow. Nowhere to go as he got in the air jump pass out. The Beasley feeds it inside Ingram lost it for a moment gets back, and he's fouled on his way up as Draymond green. Thought. He was straight up and down. Foulon train mog will be his first. Luke, Walton Laker bench owning a flagrant foul on Draymond green on that. Because he went for that block swipe down. One of the technical foul actually after we hit the basketball often follows calls. Ingram will shoot two free. Throws nine fifty two left in the second quarter thirty nine thirty Lakers. Come in just two games over five hundred twenty seven and twenty five Ingram makes the first on Christmas day when they won here. They were twenty and fourteen that was the start of the brawn James missing five weeks, and they returned twenty six twenty five having lost eleven of the seventeen without LeBron and out they were fourth place on Christmas day of the last ninth place in the west. So that look what happens to Cleveland when he leash look any team. He's played on even Miami the numbers, I think it's about thirty percent winning percentage when he doesn't play free throws good for Ingram. Lakers within seven. None of the deep Horner. This is Livingston lobs it for cousins in the low box. Triple team finds the open may grain passed on top. Thompson drives the lane foul shot not there, and we'll get to the line for two free. Throws Thompsons been aggressive. I like what L A did there though? They left rebound green. And he's not gonna shoot the basketball unless it's. Down low on the clock. And what happened there was? He's swung it to Klay Thompson. And Luke Walton was just upset with the close out the attack the close out in the middle. Middle of paint. You've got to contest the shop in three and live with the results. Get into three throw. Thompson at the first foul on Draymond green. There was a stat. From our sports and information group, academia, CNN wide open jumpers this year. Draymond green twenty nine percent. We're talking all jumpers. Not just three pointers. That's why you don't close out to make him a pass from out there. Thompson. It's both free throws. He's got seventeen first half points. Warriors forty-one Lakers thirty to nine and a half to play in the half out to the right lane. Goes Brandon Ingram straddling the three point line facing. The bats a little jab step on green takes them off the dribble. Cut off on the baseline to shoot up to the elbow. All over MS green knocked it away. Ingram got it. Back for to shoot fades. Fires and connects. Wow. Draymond green played great D but Ingram gets the bucket. What connor? Wow. Forty one thirty four Lakers trail by seven cousins goes right through a double team, Mr. running hook here. Stevenson outlet to Wagner doubt. He laid it up, and and he got the role in the rookie from the university of Michigan chance of three. Show. Lou emotion. Draymond green. Appreciate it. We got Tyler Ford and Mike Callahan. Both discussing before the ballast made official Andrei grain his second look at their look for flagrant on that. They might go into videos serious. Mike L and the crew chief they will lineup Secaucus New Jersey where Tony Brown Nick euchre and Michael Smith, our the officials back in the replay center and see if we get a look at it as well. They haven't queued up a replay on our ABC television monitors as of yet. Now, we got our first look at it j b. That could be they could be looking at his clear path. That could be basket and possession shooting. The basketball is not going to be can't be clear paths. Determine. They were looking at the flagrant. I don't know what else. Common fouls. Fowlers the call on green. So that'll be too. Wagner was warming up here in front of us about a half hour ago? Talking about his alma mater, Michigan craft smoke that I always said, it's it's always tough to play at Iowa. He was not surprised that the fifth ranked spell any conflict. He'll tapas place difficult on road. Mother familiarity. I like Michigan. He said he's going to Ann Arbor over the all star break Aranka thought of maybe tropical vacation destination. I was Tuesday. It was not war in February. I'm not so sure. While the referee's getting this all squared finally, mo- Wagner will get to shoot his free. Throw the twenty one year old. Glenn in his nineteenth game misses the free throw after all that look at this. It's a five point game in the world of warriors. Do take their foot off the gas eight to Laker Ronnie, forty five to go here in the first half. Boogie cousins backing into the mid post turns little hook shot rolls off the front rim. It's Michael Beasley got no chance. One on one. Right there. Cousins was too big too strong forty three thirty six Golden State eight twenty eight left is forty two. Is land Stevenson works between the circles, he's trying to direct traffic gets a screen for Beasley out to the right wing. Little stutter step step back three per lead. Stevenson, and the lead is down the four. Greens point, great, deed and not having much success tonight. Good point. There have been some contested tough shots that are going down on the other end. Klay Thompson going to drive, by Beasley layup, rattles home. Top since got nineteen in the first half sixty three against the Lakers in the last what game and not even a half. That's right. Then of his nineteen in the second quarter is Ingram drives against mcduffie at what's it up in McKinney, rather and puts it up and bring Louis. Forty five forty one Lakers back within four Livingston pass. All the way down to the baseline, right? Pass up to Thomson Thomson drives kicks. It took green is wide. Open for the jam up the blood the two-man play that time between those Thompson is by making -bility so much better than when he came in this league. Putting the ball the deck getting in the paint. Great brothers break from self. What am I for clay and the warriors so far Klay Thompson is the third leading scorer for the warriors. He's eighteenth in the NBA it almost twenty two points a game. He's got nineteen tonight. And it's Golden State forty-seven Lakers. Forty one time out at the oracle seven thirty one to go in the half. You're listening to the NBA on ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by indeed. What's in store for your business this week at Staples.
"michael visa" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"He's playing. Well, these playing wealthy. Can't cut him Bongo is a drafted player. So he's tactically on the roster. So that would be the tough choice for Robin. Luke to have to make Michael Thompson joining us Michael visas zoo pots for the and it just seems it's more of an opportunity because like you mentioned there's so many guys that are gone, but he's committed for the last couple of weeks. He's been fantastic. Is this going to be something that they continue to use? You're gonna get minutes from this point out because he's played so well or when the though the regular start to come back in and start to play their typical minutes. Does he get squeeze out again either real thing man he can play? He's got soft touch on the basket. He by the young, I Marcus saw, you know, typical you're big man who has good fundamental hand a soft touch. So what you're saying from you is no fluke. And if it was up to me, I was starting my starting Senate because he's a walking automatic ten points in the first quarter. I don't know why they're hesitant to putting out there. Maybe that thinking defensively he's good at Dzhabrailov, check hyphen. But then he he sold officiant in the middle. And he's such a big target. I would started you. I think you hit the nail right on the. Head that, you know, whenever you see him in high screen rose situations is nothing he doesn't know. What to do? It doesn't seem like he can get can get there. So are you afraid at all that if you were to start him that you'll be giving up too many open three pointers to perimeter players in exchange for the twos. That he's going to give you on the bucket. Concerned coaching staff is how is he going to be able to justify density? But hey, he could learn I mean looking you'll catch and Marcus all these other big centers. They're not exactly came along on fleet or foot type centers, and they manage this. Well, so will you know, he learned how to use the size and how to space properly and those knowing that you can't get close to little quick guards. Like like, the L D grand is because you you'll the score right around guys like gate, but the us your sides still, you know, make difficult for guy that she locked the Lovie Michael now that we are approaching the second half of the season. And we don't still know about the bra. We kinda trying to figure that out where the Lakers need to be at when LeBron gets back on the court where where do they need to be around hovering? I would say right now, I think we're in ninth place. So we gotta be within one or two games of the AC because when LeBron and Rondo get back now London won't be back until it looks like late February early March when Rondo and LeBron get back out there. We could be with. Two games of the eighteen. I really believe when those guys get back on the ten game streets. You could go like seven three eight and to the broad and get right back into the playoff mix. But if we stay within two games of the eighteen you'll be fine. Michael go ahead. Go ahead. I was going to ask any absence of LeBron's James he's past few weeks. But basically a month if you will which player for the Lakers has impressed you during the stretch, and which one is disappointing you during the stretch. Look at the positive side like you and Keyshawn always looking at the negative. Who have disappointed me? In other words, you scare to say his name. Well scared is the right word. That's just say I don't wanna I don't wanna put negative thoughts in the young players money wants to accentuate the positive. I'd hate to play for you. You'd be telling me about hero. You can't play. Tell. Being on the floor. Yeah. I would tell you would. Yeah. But in the Athens of LeBron before he got hurt. Of course, lonzo's starting to come on the play more aggressively doing a great job of the shot. Kyle Kuzma like you always say L coups train as been ready on time right on schedule. You know?.