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AP News Radio
Federal judge blocks key parts of California handgun law
"A federal judge has blocked key provisions of the California law that drastically restricts the sale of handguns. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. The law requires new handguns have three components, an indicator showing whether the gun is loaded, a magazine disconnect mechanism that will stop the gun from firing if the magazine is not properly inserted. And micro stamping capability, so law enforcement can more easily link spent shell casings to the guns they were fired from. But U.S. district court judge cormac Carney ruled the requirements unconstitutional, writing no handgun available in the world has all three of these features, and he writes the regulations are having a devastating impact on California's ability to acquire and use new state of the art handguns. The state has two weeks to appeal the decision before the preliminary injunction takes effect. I'm Ben Thomas
Sifting Through SVB's Corporate Responsibility Report
"Now this SVP bank Has pointed out in red state here the company's corporate responsibility report leaned heavily on their environmental social and governance ESG actions Some of the bank's major concerns bullet climate and environmental finance and investment Bullock climate and environmental risk management Bullock climate and environmental impacts from operations Bullet diversity equity and inclusion across our leadership workforce supply chain and communities Bullet community development financial inclusion and economic equality Bullet quality of leadership including skills and diversity It also touted their diversity efforts reporting the hired their first diversity equity inclusion officer CDE IO An enhanced workforce and board diversity metrics We provide DEI learning tracks and programming Integrating content into our overall learning experiences at SVB Courses range from raising awareness of unconscious bias To mitigating micro behaviors to promote inclusivity and it goes on So that's why this bank went under
Nick Szabo Was Wrong With Bitcoin, Micropayments Work
"1 p.m. Saturday, March 4th, 2023. Nick Sabo was wrong with Bitcoin, micro payments work. A 1999 article by Nick Sabo is often cited to argue that micro payments don't work. But with Bitcoin and the lighting network, now they do.
Crypto Clients Flee Silvergate
"All right guys, jam packed end of the week. First of all, a quick follow-up on silvergate. Obviously they were the main character of yesterday's show and what started as a trickle of crypto companies leaving the bank has now turned into a flood. By Thursday, the list of companies that had cut ties with silvergate included coinbase circle, paxos, crypto dot com, bit stamp ledger X, CBOE digital markets, galaxy digital and Gemini. Silvergate share price dived about 58% dropping to an all time low. For those who haven't listened to that show, silvergate had announced on Wednesday that it would be delaying filing its ten K annual report, and the notice of delay stated that the bank was answering questions from its auditors and accountants needed to assess the impact of ongoing regulatory and DoJ scrutiny and needed to reconsider its ability to quote continue as a going concern. It's assumed that kraken is the only major crypto exchange continuing to use silvergate, having cut ties with crypto banking rival signature bank on Wednesday, although kraken have not commented on whether they still have significant business with silvergate or not. Now, one of the other subplots of the silvergate revelations was speculation around the status of micro strategies $205 million Bitcoin backed loan from the bank. Some breathless short sellers have speculated that the loan might be called in if silvergate declares bankruptcy. Catalyzing a micro strategy margin called that some have been speculating about since the beginning of this bear market. Micro strategy calm this speculation on Thursday afternoon, tweeting, we have a loan from silvergate not due until Q one 25. There are market concerns regarding silver Gates financial condition. For anyone wondering the loan wouldn't accelerate because of silvergate and solvency or bankruptcy. Our Bitcoin collateral isn't custody with silvergate, and we have no other financial relationship with silvergate.
Market Analysis Report 08 Feb 2023
"10 a.m. Wednesday, February 8th, 2023 market analysis report February 8th, 2023. Bank of England weighs CBDC with 20,000 cap micro strategy considers adding Bitcoin futures to its crypto strategy binance to AirDrop 100 in B and B to users affected by earthquakes in turkey.
Pendulum Is the Missing Link Between Fiat and DeFi With Alex Wilke
"As you have seen the market mature, go through both bull and bear cycles. What was it about pendulum that made you all want to create that? So tell us about what is pendulum and what made you all want to go and solve whatever challenge that you were looking at? Yes. So I was working with blockchain early on and my founder of cofounder meinhard. We always wanted to create something that has master adoption to something for the real world user and to bring that innovation that we saw actually in blockchain to the users, we started with a micro payment system based on Bitcoin initially as there were not much blockchains out at that time. So the choice was really limited. And we saw a Bitcoin then growing to a phase where it was not really usable for us as is for as a payment platform. It just got too much traction, right? So the blocks, the blocks were full and our micro payment system had traveled connecting to it. So we switched back then, we switched blockchains to the stellar blockchain and were creating a product based on the stellar blockchain. We also built an international payment platform for businesses at that time as publishers tend to choose subscription models, payment models at that time. We look for a new business opportunity and international payments where already the number one use case on blockchain. So people sending bitcoins around from one point in the world to another. That was already a stablecoins, they got initial traction already. And we built a complete payment international payment platform for businesses on this data blockchain and growing that we were missing some features or we had to interact with a lot of partners security providers and also market makers and more parties came into the table. They all were very hesitant to work actually with blockchain coming from the traditional finance world. And it was very difficult to expand and to scale with these partners. At the same time, we got all the default innovation coming in. So last year, the stock really traction automated market makers were in the game and also we saw a lot of liquidity and use cases coming to Ethereum and other blockchains that have smart contracts.
Crypto needs adult supervision and turmoil to grow up Microstrategy cofounder
"1 a.m. Monday, February 6th, 2023. Crypto needs adult supervision and turmoil to grow up micro strategy cofounder. The bankruptcies of one's high profile crypto players are painful, but helpful said Michael saylor, but added industry oversight is still needed.
MicroStrategy Increased Bitcoin Holdings
"11 a.m. Friday, February 3rd, 2023 micro strategy increased Bitcoin holdings. Despite more than 2 billion in paper loses on their Bitcoin holdings, micro strategy has bought some more during Q four 2022.
Charlie Munger Doesnt Understand Bitcoin Michael Saylor
"7 p.m. Friday February 3rd, 2023. Charlie Munger doesn't understand Bitcoin Michael saylor. Warren Buffett's right hand man hasn't taken the time to understand Bitcoin. Micro strategies Michael saylor said in an interview with CNBC.
The Dan Bongino Show
Unfortunately, the Injuries Continue for Dan Bongino
"I was working out between shows as I always do kind of keeps my energy high gets the blood flowing And I have a really horrendous left knee You're like damn left knee You're going in for surgery this Friday for your left elbow You just told us that yeah I am But my left knee needs to be replaced too and I've just been putting it off And I have it torn ACL and torn MCL I mean the knee is a disaster It looks like a grapefruit But I just work out through it Yes You may say what are you an imbecile Sometimes when it comes to my own physical health yes politics not so much So I'm not even doing legs I'm doing some dumbbell benches not even heavy doing 66.5 pounds with some micro gains weights attached And I'm getting up from the bench and I balance them on my knees and I drop my heel to the ground and I hear like a triple pop So yes I blow out my knee and now I can't walk And I have surgery A day and a half For my left elbow and my wife's like you have to be the single stupidest I've ever met in my life Like you just can't stop Can you And the answer is no I can't So I will get through the show today I'm not missing this show for anything And I feel all right And I can't walk but other than that everything's great
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Corey DeAngelis on the School Choice Revolution
"Secondary impacts of this. In Arizona, for example, are the best teachers going to move to a model of, I will tutor ten students a week. I will make $70,000 a year and I will provide for my own retirement and benefits. Is that happening? Yeah, look, this is the benefit for students and families, obviously, they get a choice, but it's also a benefit for employees because competition in the labor market is great for employees. It gives their employers an incentive to spend money wisely. And then look, yeah, what you pointed out is absolutely correct that teachers will have more autonomy. They can start their own schools basically, and they're doing it. An organization called prenda micro schools that is expanded like wildfire in Arizona where 5 to ten children get together in a household. It's called a micro school. And you can essentially economize on the process of homeschooling. Families are already using the education savings account dollars to directly fund the teacher or at least more directly do so through the parent and cut out all the administrative bloat and fixed costs that you get with this factory model school system that wastes so much money year after year. And Washington Post actually for being a pretty crappy outlet published. And that's my newspaper. Stop that. I'm a columnist for now. But New Jersey, there was a public school teacher where. They had been in the system for decades. And the teacher left during the pandemic to have a smaller class size, more autonomy, and they were actually making more money at the same time.
Crypto Job Listings BreederDAO, Metacrafters, Microsourcing Jan. 16, 2023
"2 a.m. Monday, January 16th, 2023 crypto job listings breeder Dao, meta crafters, micro sourcing January 16th, 2023 today's top crypto jobs Philippines listings from breeder Dow, met a crafters, micro sourcing, and more. The post crypto job listings breeder Dao met a crafters, micro sourcing January 16th, 2023 appeared first on bit penis.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Mike Lindell Is Running for the RNC Chairmanship
"Joins us, Mike. You're a great American patriot, love having you on. You're also running for RNC chair. I have not had a chance to have you on the program to discuss that. And I'm super glad you're running because we have to make changes with ronna Romney running the RNC. Mike, make the case. Why should you run the RNC? Well, it's like a big business. And I'm very good at running businesses and business with adversity. I have over 2000 employees and we've made it through some of the biggest adversity you could imagine. And the RNC has not changed what they do based on their current footprint. And I've checked, I really investigated a lot of it now, but let's just take the big donors that don't end the micro donors. They don't trust you anymore. We've had 5 losses in a row. And 5 amps I get brought in a row. And when you take almost 40% of the money that comes from a donor and you're going to fundraising, the fundraiser and going to the person that runs the project and particular state, that's like paying a middleman. That's way too much. So you can fix that. Also, the platform's Charlie within the RNC, I heard just an example, you know, their machine that runs that your email blast and your tech marketing. I heard that the Gmail is just their Gmail's alone, 90% were going into spam before the 2022 election. Well, yes, granted Gmail's off almost 35% of all your emails and they are working on. They did go after Google on that. So that was a good move. They made. But there's also 30 some other email platforms. They all need to be looked at to make their all working efficiently. And then I would the first thing I would do too is set up a an information hub like I have with my own Cosmo America,
Dennis Prager Podcasts
America Is a Melting Pot
"A NASA tip sheet on micro aggressions give examples that include asking an Asian person to help with the math or science problem or ready if you say a melt America is a melting pot. I was taught in school when I was a kid that America is a melting pot. There is no America if it is not a melting pot. Where everybody comes from different cultures and so on and eventually becomes American. It doesn't mean that you give up your own indigenous culture. I learned that America was a melting pot in a Jewish yeshiva. Paul day school half the day in Hebrew. But I learned America was a melting pot. I learned to be a proud American. I learned give me liberty or give me death in that school. Say America is a melting pot today offends the left because they want to destroy America if you don't understand that you are lying to yourself and that's a big sin. The left wishes to destroy America. Do you understand that? Mount liberals, liberals vote for the people who wish to destroy America.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Don’t Want to Shower With a Transgender Fellow Soldier? Get Over It
"The department of veterans affairs has a gender gingerbread person. NASA says beware of micro inequities. And if U.S. Army service women express discomfort showering with a female who has male genitalia, what's the brasses reply? This is from The Wall Street Journal. Talk to your commanding officer and toughen up. Did you hear that? I'd like to know why a good person would vote Democrat in light of this. Every institution is being ruined by the Democratic Party and the left. Democratic Party on the left are interchangeable. It means that you've been so deeply, deeply brainwashed to believe Republicans are bad, that you still believe, like in the days of perhaps FDR, that the Democrats are for the little guy. That none of this matters. Also, there's another reason. People who vote Democrat and who are good people, let's put it this way. Otherwise, good people. Don't know this. They don't know it. They remain hermetically sealed off.
The week in markets Bitcoin dips while dogecoin drops 10 and MicroStrategy stock falls
"3 p.m. Sunday, January 1st, 2023 the weekend markets Bitcoin dips, while Dogecoin drops ten and micro strategy stock falls. Crypto prices declined slightly throughout the week, and micro strategy stock fell as the firm sold Bitcoin for the first time. The post the week in markets Bitcoin dips, while Dogecoin drops ten and micro strategy stock falls appeared first on the block
Market Analysis Report 29 Dec 2022
"9 a.m. Thursday, December 29th, 2022. Market analysis report December 29th, 2022. Alameda research liquidates millions in tokens amid criminal charges micro strategy to offer Bitcoin lightning network solutions by its CEO warns about widespread API key leaks from three commas.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
MicroStrategy's Big Bitcoin Bet
"I'm gonna get us started off. Did you think we'd be talking about Michael sailor in this last week of the year? I sure didn't. But micro strategy is still buying up Bitcoin. The company purchased $42.8 million worth of Bitcoin between November 1st and December 21st according to an SEC filing and on the 22nd the company sold 11.8 million worth of Bitcoin to offset previous capital gains, the sale marks the first time that micro strategy has sold its Bitcoin since they began buying it in 2020. Will I am going to pass this off to you. What do you make of this? Micro strategy is just still going strong with their Bitcoin thesis. Is headline is all wrong. We should have a completely different headline. That is that they sold Bitcoin, not bought it, just kidding, of course. This is big news that there's still buying Bitcoin. We'd love to see that. They did sell some Bitcoin, does seem to be for the tax harvesting aspect of that. And for those who are unfamiliar with it, in cryptocurrency and a few other assets, you do have the ability to sell your crypto and to sell into losses and then take a tax benefit for selling it. With securities and stocks and all that stuff, there is a 30 day wash rule, and there's some other components around it that you have to make sure that you follow. And so you don't really get the benefit that you do with crypto. So for a lot of people in November and December, you see a lot of cells. You see a lot of people unloading their digital assets at the end of the year in order to benefit from a loss on your digital assets and roll that into taxes for the next year, which is a great benefit of being in crypto. We'll see if that continues going to the future with IRS rules. But for right now, why not take advantage of it? Stellar buying Bitcoin though, I think that's important to note that Michael saylor, even though he stepped out of CEO, is now overseeing a micro strategy in different way, is still Bitcoin bull. They're still going to be purchasing Bitcoin. This is not a huge purchase compared to some of them in the past. And they're still actually pretty underwater on their overall purchases based on Bitcoin's price right now. But they still seem to have dry ammo and are willing to put more money into Bitcoin, even though we are in a down cycle right now.
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Know. You'll have an honest moment with yourself and you'll say, okay, and likely it's habits maybe you have been resisting and putting off being like, I don't want to. I don't want to. I shouldn't have to. Do I have to do that? I don't want to. And it might be that. And so you have to ask yourself, okay, what's the gap between the outcomes I want? And the habits I do not yet have, and what if they are micro habits or some of them might be macro habits and might be like, okay, we got to get serious about posting consistently again, or I need to get serious about customer follow-up again or I need to get serious about talking about my offers on a consistent basis or a macro habit of like, I'm going to build intentional business hours that I never negotiate with and I always hold to them and I do productive business hours. So I just want you to get clear on here are my current habits. Here are the habits I know that are keeping me. My next level habits that are keeping me from my next level of outcomes and results that I want. And I want you to just choose one. Don't try and do all of it at once because ask yourself the last time you tried to create, you know, start 15 new habits at once. How'd that work for you? Spoiler alert. It didn't. You gave up because it was you're trying to change too many things at once. I know for me, when I focus on my on my wellness, it was literally one thing at a time. And I had to resist my all or nothing mindset because I think there was a part of me that believed the more I changed and the faster I changed, the better it was. But again, I'm always talking about the lens of sustainability and because it wasn't sustainable, I was always quitting, giving up on myself. So start with one habit at a time and understand old habits die hard. It's hard to form new habits because your brain doesn't like change. Your brain's like, wow, wow, wow. Status quo, y'all. And I know for me now, I'll give you an example right now and, oh, great, now I'm gonna talk about it and people are gonna know it's something I'm working on. I'd be like, nobody asked me how it's going. I don't want accountability. I'm kidding, sort of. But, you know, for me, I know I was able to go all this time without really having a morning routine, but with what's going on in my company, where we're going, the huge projects that are in front of me, and the fact that my wellness is a priority, I'm realizing if I sleep in, then I have competing priorities of like, okay, am I going to go to the gym or am I going to work on my business? Where, if I wake up early, I don't have competing priorities, I have time for both. I have time to prioritize my wellness and prioritize my business. And I know the way to create that spaciousness is getting waking up earlier. And so for me, instead of being like cold turkey, I'm going to wake up 5 a.m. tomorrow because I knew that would be such a shock to my body. I was like, okay, the first thing I'm going to work on doing is creating a nighttime healthy nighttime routine that gets me in bed early because I know for me I need 8 hours to feel well rested and energized. Those of you who can go on 6, power two yeah, I don't know how you do it. Bravo, but for me, I need 8 to 9. No shame in my sleep game. So for me, I knew, okay, well, first thing I need to work on is falling asleep before 11, because if I need to be up at 6 or up at 5, like I can't go to bed at 11, I can't go to bed at 12. I can't fall asleep then, like, 12 to 7, that's 7 hours. That worked for me with that current schedule. So I've been working on taking my sleep schedule back and hey, with daylight savings. Love that. That's only doing me some favors right now. But now I'm at the point where I'm like consistently falling asleep lights out, usually by 10 p.m., now that I have that, I'm like, okay, I actually think we're getting ready to start waking up earlier. Now that I've trained my body to fall asleep. So again, I just want you to view this changing of your habit from a sustainable lens and not feeling like you need to change yourself overnight. Again, you are not a project to be fixed. You do not have to be perfect to hit your goals, you just need to have habits that serve you towards your goals. And maybe you're in a place where you're like, yep, gotta do some micro habits and maybe you're at the place where you're like, yeah, I have some micro habits I need to shift and I know these 1° shifts will eventually change everything for me. So Friends, check your habits because guess what? They matter and they create your outcomes. We'll catch you in the next episode. That wraps up today's episode. Hey, if you love today's show, I would love for you to take a minute and give a rating. With a review. If you desire to elevate the social selling industry, that means we need more people listening to this message so that they can know it can be done at different way. And if you're ready to join me, it's time for you to step into the social selling academy, where I give you all the tools, training, and support to help you realize your goals. In the academy you get weekly live coaching so that you are never lost or stuck in confusion, whether you are new in the business or have been in the industry for a while. This is the premier coaching program for the modern network marketer. Go to WWW dot the social selling academy dot com to learn more.
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"I kind of feel like in I think of like a cruise ship or maybe just like a speeding car where the faster the car is going, it's micro adjustments of the wheel that moves the vehicle in the direction that you want but when you're think about when you're pulling out of a parking spot or you're starting like you have to crank so much energy to turn the wheel. So with momentum in a company when you're moving quickly when you're when a lot is required of you and you have a lot of responsibility, you learn to, you know, and you're going at a fast rate, you're starting to make micro adjustments with the wheel and micro adjustments move the car in another direction. Hey Friends, interrupting this episode real quick to share with you an exciting announcement. If you haven't seen already, the next three day live training event is now for sale. Early registration tickets only $9. If you don't know what I'm talking about last year, we did a huge three day live event training. It's the biggest training event of the year that I put on and it's going to be the business reboot for social sellers. I'm going over sales, marketing, recruitment, all the basics, but taught at a higher level and taught in a way you haven't heard before. I'm bringing brand new concepts, brand new materials. So if you want to wake up your business, bring up your paycheck, grow your team and really accelerate your goals for the new year, you're going to want to be at the event. It's December 26th, 27th and 28th. Don't worry, we have replays in the group. We are also going to be having a Facebook community with giveaways and prizes and if you register and get your tickets before December 1st, we are giving you access to last year's event so you can watch that recording and really get prepped and ready for this amazing three day experience we are doing. Seriously, it's only $9, so accessible so easy. I can't wait to see you there. It's gonna be brand new, intense, high level, high value training. You know, I love to over deliver, check the link in the show notes. Now back to the show. I also want to say, you know, not making micro adjustments is detrimental to you as well. Like if you're, you know, I think it's, I can't remember this concept of like, if you walk 1°, of course, for a certain number of miles, you're a certain number of miles totally off the target in a very short period of time. And I really think 1° shifts, 1% shifts matter, like I'm in the season of micro habits and I was thinking about this even more so where I was telling my life coaches, like, you know, I feel like I've had collegiate habits. To get here. I'm proud of my habits. They're good habits, but now I remember thinking of like, you know, really intense entrepreneurs that were so disciplined with water and sleep and food and movement and supplements and all these things and I'd be like, man, that seems really extreme. I just don't think that's necessary. But now I see it. Now I'm like, okay, it's totally necessary. So what I was thinking of was like, okay, I had these collegiate level habits. Like if I was a collegiate athlete, or a D one athlete, it's like, okay, here's the habits, and I'm thinking like, if there's a D one football player, he likely has like great habits so that he can compete at a high level and D one athletics. But then I think of, okay, now what are the habits look like for somebody who's in that NFL? Can you have D one habits? Do you want football habits in the NFL or do you need to up level your habits when you play for the NFL when you're playing the professional league when you're playing among the elites in the best? And that's what I realized like holy moly. I have collegiate level habits and I'm playing an Olympic sport. I need to have Olympic level habits and I was thinking about how Olympians treat their body and treat their mind and how like everything matters. In fact, when I was doing hair back in the day, I had a client whose because we have the Olympic training center here in Colorado spring, so there's a lot of Olympic athletes that are here. And I had a client that was sharing with me that her daughters were training to be Olympic figure skaters. Olympic figure skaters at a young age. I mean, to start early and when I heard about their habits and their daily routines, I was blown away. But it makes sense because they are going to compete at the Olympic level where everyone else has those habits. But if they just want to skate for a local team or a club, like, yeah, their habits don't have to be at the Olympic level. So that's what I was noticing for me. I was like, okay, yeah, I have to level up my habits if I want to level up my outcomes. And sometimes it's a habit as like, okay, get more water in. Okay, make sure you're moving. Okay, make sure you have monthly weekly therapy appointments. Make sure that you are having healthy conversations around these things or make sure that you're even more dialed into your money. And it's so funny, like even now on my company, we're again anytime you're ready for big growth, you have to invest before the growth. You don't get to have the growth and then decide to invest and we're taking big strides as a company. Big strides to where I'm like, all right, we're investing at this level. We're playing at this level and we're positioning the company for our next level of growth because of what we are going to be doing next year like, oh my gosh, you guys, the things I have for next year, I'm so excited to share about it. You'll hear about it in the new year. I'm really excited to share it. But all that to say is like the preparation we are taking, the shifts we want to make, I look at where I want to be a year from now two years, three years from now, and we're already making moves. We're already doing those things. And this is, this is what I want to invite you into. I want you to think of your current level of results in your business. And then I want you to look at the habits that you have on a daily basis, don't have aspirational habits. Like these are the habits I like to have or I should have or wish I had just do an honest checklist of these are the habits I currently have. And this is the outcome I currently have. And this is the outcomes I'm holding. If you don't change your habits, if all of your habits stay the exact same, your outcomes will as well. So I want you to ask yourself, okay, what outcomes do I want to be creating and what new habits do I need to start integrating in order to guarantee those outcomes? And I don't want you to think like, listen, hear me when I'm talking about going for Olympic level habits, it's because my business is now at the Olympic level. So I'm not asking you to hear what I'm saying and adapt the same things. You will know when you're looking at your habits, you'll
"micro" Discussed on Planet Money
"No, that guy is still under copyright. Stick them up. Give me all your money. I've cry isn't coming from a Tea Party. I'm gonna tell them I'll be late. Sam, no. Where dangerous stocks the city? Micro face will be there. Did you have whale I used to say that? I made that one up myself. Oh, brother. Okay, I'll tell them you're out sick. Go take those punks down. It's time for my girlfriend with my girlfriend's technology you'll always win the race micro
"micro" Discussed on Planet Money
"No. I'm gonna stay here. I've got actual work to do. Find another sidekick. Wait a second. Are you eavesdropping again? Is it something good? No, I just heard my aunt's name. Eleanor? I think it's coming from the building over. Hold on, take this micro butt. Eleanor wood. Who the heck is Eleanor wood? Who cares? Throw it out. This is so weird. I'm always getting mail from the New York State comptroller's office for like thousands of different people, but they all have my address. I've been getting them ever since I moved in. Always for different people. It's like their system is really screwed up. And now I've got one more. For some Eleanor wood. Dude, shredded. Let's roll. The game's about to start. Yeah, I guess. It just sucks that some people aren't getting their mail so weird. I've got to check this out. Sam, you've got a life. You can't just get involved with stuff because you hear your own name. I've got to find out what's going on. Are you in? Or are you out? Oh,
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"This is the work I teach my 6 figure earners and actually it part of this work happens in the academy as well because when you learn to do productive and effective work immediately and you stick to your work hours, it is amazing how much mental bandwidth that clears in your life. And the results you get. People think it's crazy. We think we need to work all the time. And I think sometimes that's where that's another form of micro hustle is like feeling like we need to be attached to our business, the majority of the time in order to feel worthy of our income. In order to feel worthy, and I was telling a mastermind member of this, who makes amazing money in her business. Amazing. She's living the dream. She's living the network marketing dream. She put in her time, she put in the work, she had a she built this beautiful financial asset, but she had so much guilt enjoying her residual income. She had so much guilt working less. And I had to tell her, I'm like, hello, this is the business model. This is the beauty of the business model. You've put in all the work and now it's time to reap some of the rewards. And she couldn't wrap her mind around it and I said, listen, nowhere else, do people have this guilt? If you were and this is why I love, I tell people the network marketing industry is like the stock market. You play it, you play the long game. As compounding interests over time, your work that you put in the front end, it compounds over time. And eventually it tips over into residual income and it keeps compounding. But you have to play the long game. So I told her I was like, listen, does anybody else feel guilty? If they make extremely smart investments, in the stock market, and then ten years later, they're living on dividends. Are they sitting there beating themselves up for living on dividends? No, 'cause they realize they made smart decisions early on. So it's the same with it's the same in this business model. It's like, but I think what comes up, especially for women, but I think it's culturally normal is we've tied. We're still, if you're still feeling like you need to be in your business all the time, you're still on some level believing you need to trade your time for dollars. But when you have leveraged income, it's different. You have to stop attaching.
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"My book is about so much about that. And so this idea of this micro hustle, again, it's the really sneaky areas that you wouldn't look at and assign as hustle. The hustle you might understand now if it's not, you know, the messaging and in your mind the spammy because that's not what it is. If you're like, well, it's not having boundaries around my work hours. Not overworking. It's not resting. It's lack of self care. Like, yes, those things. But micro micro hustle is how it shows up in small ways that compound over time, the damage over time. And some of you when you think of like burnout in your business and I always tell you, hustle will always equal burnout on some level. Emotional burnout, mental burnout, physical burnout. You could get sick from hustle. I literally talk about this in my book. I talk about what it does to your immune system. I talk about the psychology of hustle and what actually happens in your brain when your brain is hustling because hustle is like a neurological activity. And so this idea of micro hustles these little small areas where it's so easy to just dismiss it as harmless. No harm is being done, you can not see the immediate repercussions of the harm. Just like with micro quitting, I tell people like when you micro quit, you don't feel the immediate consequence of a micro quit, you see it over time, that a thousand small, very small inconsequential decisions that add up over time lead to really big results. That are not in your favor. You know, that's where you're like, oh, how did I end up here? Well, it's a thousand decisions that I thought were inconsequential at the time. It's the same with micro hustle. It's these tiny little tiny little areas that feel so harmless, but they compound over time. That eventually creates burnout in your business. That eventually creates problems later on. So it's important for you to be on to yourself..
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"So glad you're here, so excited for today's episode. Today we're gonna be talking about something that I'm calling micro hustle. You've heard me talk about micro quitting and the tiny little decisions that we make, where we're quitting on ourselves in small ways, we're compounds over time. And on this podcast, you've heard me talk a lot about hustle if you follow me on Instagram. You know it's kind of my thing. I love talking about it. And if you haven't heard, I have a really exciting announcement. You know, I've been kind of like hinting at it here and there, but my book pivot to purpose is coming out, it's set to release in stores and online, April 19th. As far as I've heard from my editor, we are on schedule to have the release on April 19th, the book is called pivot to purpose. And starting really soon here, what I'm going to be doing is dropping little book teasers every Friday on the podcast until release. We are also going to be dropping a launch email list if you want to be a part of the book launch. I have a really fun massive online party planned for you to be a part of. It's going to be a blast. You will want to be on that email list so that you can know all of the news, all of the announcements be in the know for what's going on with the launch. I don't want you to miss out. It's going to be a really unique experience. So keep an eye out if you're on my email list, I'm going to be announcing that. Keep checking in with the podcast. We're going to be dropping some really fun book teasers. But the book is called pivot to purpose, leaving the toxic hustle culture behind..
Software Engineering Daily
"micro" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
Black Mental Health Podcast
"micro" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast
"I'm glad you stated in that way because I felt like I was I was not putting the corner. I mean I say that in the black man hill. Because of the work, I'm like, oh, man, I'm kind of pressured to go that route because of where I'm at, but then the reason why I said I didn't want to do the one on one counseling because that's the real work when you change an individualized, I believe, but I want to bring more brothers into the field. I want to bring more people of color into the field. And I feel like the platforms like this or speaking or doing other things I have a way to communicate that effectively and affect the system of mental health as opposed to the individual, you know, one on one way if that makes sense. So I think I'm moving towards how to affect systems because it can control the barriers that prevent people from moving into the field. Right. And I think that so in school, they teach you micro. Micro's the one on one work, the small groups, you know, that's the meat and potatoes that most people think about in terms of the work people doing macro was like the systems like you're talking about. And the beauty of it is that everybody can't do the same thing. It's not beneficial for any of us and we all do the same thing. Then it's cookie cutter. We're all looking at the same all doing the same. Somebody's got to step out and had a conversation with politicians and change the laws and have conversation with these corporations and find funding and get the people in the street, you know, who think, oh no, I can never go to therapy. That's for crazy people. You know? So it's so many different ways to engage the conversation and bring people in. So we need the diversity. You know, to me diversity is the important part. You know, so your role might be different than our role. Listen. I worked at a community health agency where they want you to see 40 people a week. It's a lot. I believe it. I believe it..
"micro" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Of what we consider micro influencers. Okay, so lots of unpack there. Micro influencers are depending on the platform different size. What's interesting to me is you said TikTok micro influencers are a 100,000 followers, but LinkedIn, it's 10,000 followers. YouTube, YouTube is below a 100,000 TikTok is a hundred to 250,000 and Instagram is ten to 25,000. So what's a micro influencer on LinkedIn or is that not a platform that you generally rely on? We don't work on LinkedIn at all. There's definitely a market there. I would probably categorize LinkedIn, not in terms of, well, even Instagram and TikTok you and categorize like that, but I would categorize it more in terms of the engagement that they get on their publications. And that would be my benchmark. Okay, so the different sizes of influence for different platforms. And one of the things that you highlighted was your targeting these specific types of influencers because you can get a fair amount of content, but you don't necessarily have to work with a third party to negotiate with them. So does that mean that micro influencers are generally producing this content as a side hustle? Are they full time working on their content? What's the lifestyle like for a micro influencer? You're spot on with these influencers. That's not their job. That's not the way they earn money, potentially they have other side hustles and so forth. But overall, they're usually running their job. This is kind of a part time gig. They grew their follower through either a passion project or by pursuing actively the number of followers that they have by posting content engagement with people consistently. But we aren't looking at people that operate this as a business and we'll make a full time income out of it. We're kind of before that threshold where people are making, say, a $1000 a month, maybe a couple $1000 a month, but they're not earning a full-time living from it. All right, so the side hustle market before people get an agency to help them manage and scale their business, you're able to come in and build relationships with them. You would assume that somebody that's a macro influencer who has lots of following would be more of a professional content creator. Talk to me about the results comparing micro influencers to the macros. So that's the whole game of micro influencer, right? It's about finding the diamond in the rough. And when we work with micro influencers and we onboard a brand, we look at it from a scalable approach, meaning that we'll work with a lot of influencers and out of these influencers, some of them will create bad content. That's just how it is, but you know, you're going to get amazing pieces of content. One of the facilitator for that is all of the kind of content on YouTube educational content and so forth on how to create good social media content. People are up to par with that. And you've got micro influencers that are absolutely creating amazing content, especially when you go into the micro niches. If you go out of lifestyle and fashion, which are like what people typically associate to influencers and you go down to gardening or stickers or whatnot, you get super great creators in these micro niches that will create amazing content on your behalf. So the bigger influencer will typically create better content because, you know, it's their business, they're doing full-time, they're potentially have a team helping them, but you get micro influencers that are absolutely amazing content creators. Now you focus specifically on helping D2C brands use micro influencers. I understand that you're able to tap into the niches, the riches are in the niches as the cliche saying, what a micro influencers works well for D2C brands as opposed to brands that have some sort of middle layer, SaaS businesses, the non direct to consumer products. What's cool about direct to consumer brands in most cases, it's very easy to display the unique selling proposition of a product, whereas it's much harder with a mobile application, for instance, we work with mobile companies that I can tell you from experience that it's just much harder to position the product, create content around it, that resonates with the end user. It's just easier to understand what a product is about and it's much harder to understand what a software piece is about. So why do they work really well for direct to consumer brands? It's just that you end up with all of these influencers receiving your product creating content around it and that's essentially it. There's something about the fidelity of social media. And so when you're talking about micro influencers, they are showing a product. This is what it looks like. This is how it feels on my skin. This is how it looks on my body. This is where I put it in my home. And so the visual nature mostly based on video is really useful for selling physical tangible products. Now, when you're talking about software, we talk about applications. It's a little hard to get that point across in the same way. You mentioned that YouTube is a channel where it's like, lots of people are doing the how to type videos. In theory, it doesn't that work with micro influencers as well. Yeah, it does. The YouTube ecosystem is very different than the Instagram and TikTok ecosystem, which is something that can be worth mentioning. Whereas people that will be watching YouTube will typically watch it in a more proactive way than they will consume Instagram or TikTok, right? If you're looking at a how to video and you stumble upon a YouTube video on how to take care of your skin and whatnot for lack of a better idea there. But you're going to proactively watch that video, whereas, you know, when you're scrolling TikTok or Instagram, you're passively the state in which you're going through these social media is very different. So YouTube works really well for more complex products and it works really well for software as well because people are proactively looking up the content rather than passively scrolling through it. Time for a one minute break to hear from our presenting sponsor, HubSpot. It's 2022. We made it the future. You know the place where we drive electric cars and have robot assistance and eat food delivered to our doorstep by drones. Yep, it's here. With unprecedented levels of everything, customers can feel overwhelm overlooked and undervalued, which is why businesses need a smart CRM solution to help customers right now and in the future. 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And maybe there's a micro technology influencer that's like, this is how you use your monitor and by the way, this is the best place to get the chords. And the chord companies hire them wonderful. If I am on Facebook, because I'm old. We're Instagram, because I'm not that old, or I'm on TikTok because I'm a kid. I'm not actively looking for something. So talk to me about the difference.
"micro" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"Welcome to an exponential hub show. I am jason shepherd. I planted church project. We'll talk about that a little bit. My co host. Dave edwards is with me my wing man who i like to go everywhere with and they we're joined by one of the coolest dude on the planet brian sanders and i'm excited to talk with him. We're doing a series of hub shows about six of them on this first round and we're talking about what is the church. What is a micro church. Does a house church. What is it church. How pure can we distill the word church down. What are the consequences of all that. What should we be doing and not doing so most people who are joining these really love jesus and they love church and they love their world and they're given their life to this calling and so that's what we're talking about today. I'm honored today to be joined by brian sanders. I ran into brian. Apparently very unforgettable way and stampe tampa underground and this is what. I found about brian when i listened to him he. He's an intelligent dude. A critical thinker widely. Read what. I wrote down. When i was writing my notes about him. He's confident but he's humble and he's holding on tight to some convictions and really helping the church step into some places where we need to go but haven't been at least in a very long time so i'm excited to have some smart conversations with brian and wrestled little bit on the things are wrestling with alongside of me is my co host. Dave edwards davis spoken and thousands of churches re written dozens of books. And he's been doing this for twenty five years of days been a whole lot of churches as seen a whole lot of expression so hopefully we'll have a great conversation today. Thank you all for joining us. Brian for those. Who don't have the privilege of knowing yet. nowhere where you are. What you do you introduce yourself your family your ministry today by the way i do remember you but the reason why i was gonna say i remember you is because then you're gonna you're gonna expect to have some level of recall on what we i'd just rather be dumb. I'm highly unforgettable packed like yeah. We just came back from europe So i was a couple years in ireland and trying to stir up some of these ideas in europe and walk alongside the church there which is a really profound beautiful experience before that i would have been part of starting a network called the underground which now has sort of friends or sister movements all over the place and so that that's my vantage point. It's decentralizes we were talking about. Micro church networked together rethinking Not just the form of church. But the way that the church's governing structure did you know all of that that the full full robust expression of the church in a new possibly a new way or at least for new time some still involved with that and.
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"The one hundred dollars like oh it's i guess it's not that important we you know we can get by just fine and that's when we start using it's fine language. I'm fine like it's fine and so another way we do that is we. Start to Again we start to negotiate with our goals are why we forget why it's important we start to diminish the value of what we're trying to create in here's why migrating is so catastrophic and i kind of you micro quitting like the diet starts monday mentality and it's this idea of you know i've been so good. We noticed this diet mentality to in that actually translates over to business. Is we start thinking. But i've been so good. I've i've i've posted every day i've engaged. I've been so good and then we start talking about why we deserve a break. Why we need to step away and listen you guys know. I'm all about rest and rhythms. I'm talking about the micro quit. I'm talking about when you start to negotiate intel yourself but i've been i've been so good You know all just hit the ground running again on monday. I'll try again the first of the month anytime you you find yourself negotiating or talking yourself into. I'm just going to try this again next month or the first of next month too early. What that does it. It's very much thinking it's the diet starts monday mentality and what happens when we have the diets monday mentality. We totally raid the fridge. We binge eat the foods we know that. We think we're not going to be eating on monday. We indulge and we kind of have like the famous last supper. We just we indulge in you know our desires and oh that food sounds really good because we know that you know come monday. We're really going to clean it up. We're really gonna do it this time this time. I'm totally committed. How often are you doing this in your business like this time for sure for sure for sure for sure. I'm going to be so consistent. And i'm going to just show up for myself. But here's the problem is so you know you when you decide. I'll just try again or next time you end up you know indulging in stepping away from your stepping away from your business maybe you stop a focusing on building your business and you shifted to maintain your business and there is a huge difference between growing your business and maintaining your business. They're very different activities and a lot of people think they working their business. And yeah you might be working your business but you're working on maintaining your paycheck. Not growing your paycheck and activities of those are very different. So i think a mike a form of migra quitting is hiding in your business hiding in you know the the little busy work activities in just going back to care for my customers and you know. I'll work on building next month. That is absolutely micro microcredit. That is absolutely a you know all. I'll do better next time mentality. Instead of every decision matters every decision you make matters kinda like with with health and with wellness. It's not about what you do monday through friday because you can eat really clean and nutritious and take care of yourself and fuel yourself. Well monday through friday..
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Your business. All right just wanted to take a moment and just shout out my rockstar students. Let's talk about the topic today. Let's talk about this concept. I call micro quitting. And i feel like microsoft is the equivalent in business of you. Know if you've heard the expression death by a thousand paper cuts like a single paper cut. You know doesn't feel harmful. I mean it's annoying but it's not gonna kill you but this idea of death by a thousand small things and i really believe that success is really just all all tiny decisions that compound over time that create the desired result. I really believe success is built on a thousand decisions that do not feel important at the time or in the moment. So let me tell you. A little bit about micro micro. Quitting is most of us when we think of quitting. We think of like you know throwing in the towel walking away completely. And for a lotta times i hear people say i i. I'm not quitting. I haven't quit. But what they are. Guilty of is micro quitting and they do it. A lot and micro quitting is far more catastrophic than you think it is but the danger of it is. It never feels harmful or scary. When you actually do it it feels. It doesn't feel risky. So here are some examples of what you might think or do. When you are micro quitting you might say all try again next month and i really see this trend in the last five days of the month when people think that's it you know shows over. I'm not going to be able to hit my goal. you know. And they take their foot off the gas pedal and they withdraw from doing the activity because they assume that. There's no way they're going to hit their goal. I see so many people give up way too soon and again. That's something i teach in. The academy is my students. Learn to be consistent no matter what day of the month it. Is that your activity on the twentieth of the month. Looks exactly the same on the first of the month. Are you doing that. If you're activity looks you know a lot. More crazy and hurried on the twenty eighth. But you're chill and not doing any work. The first to the fifth of the month that's that's inconsistent. And i would say that you're what you're doing is you're micro quitting the first to the fifth whenever you're taking your foot off the gas. That is a micro quit Another time or another thing you might say as you might say well you know next time. We'll be better It's deciding in advance that it's not gonna work so again kind of been that the last ten days of the month thinking. There's no way just deciding. Another way of micro quitting is negotiating with yourself and your goals so you start thinking you know. Oh maybe that goal was to big..
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"Let's talk about the topic today. Let's talk about this concept. I call micro quitting. And i feel like microsoft is the equivalent in business of you. Know if you've heard the expression death by a thousand paper cuts like a single paper cut. You know doesn't feel harmful. I mean it's annoying but it's not gonna kill you but this idea of death by a thousand small things and i really believe that success is really just all all tiny decisions that compound over time that create the desired result. I really believe success is built on a thousand decisions that do not feel important at the time or in the moment. So let me tell you. A little bit about micro micro. Quitting is most of us when we think of quitting. We think of like you know throwing in the towel walking away completely. And for a lotta times i hear people say i i. I'm not quitting. I haven't quit. But what they are. Guilty of is micro quitting and they do it. A lot and micro quitting is far more catastrophic than you think it is but the danger of it is. It never feels harmful or scary. When you actually do it it feels. It doesn't feel risky. So here are some examples of what you might think or do. When you are micro quitting you might say all try again next month and i really see this trend in the last five days of the month when people think that's it you know shows over. I'm not going to be able to hit my goal. you know. And they take their foot off the gas pedal and they withdraw from doing the activity because they assume that. There's no way they're going to hit their goal. I see so many people give up way too soon and again. That's something i teach in. The academy is my students. Learn to be consistent no matter what day of the month it. Is that your activity on the twentieth of the month. Looks exactly the same on the first of the month. Are you doing that. If you're activity looks you know a lot. More crazy and hurried on the twenty eighth. But you're chill and not doing any work. The first to the fifth of the month that's that's inconsistent. And i would say that you're what you're doing is you're micro quitting the first to the fifth whenever you're taking your foot off the gas. That is a micro
Purposeful Social Selling
"micro" Discussed on Purposeful Social Selling
"The hustle and lead from the heart. Let me show you the new way. Hey bosses welcome back to another episode of the podcast so glad to have you here so i want to kick off this podcast. Because this particular episode is going to be about micro quitting and how we all can be guilty of it from time to time and just how devastating it can be to momentum and results in your business but before we go there. I want to shout out some amazing academy members who crushed it in june. I realized this is releasing mid july. I still feel like it is so exciting to share and a lot of these are newer students. Some have been for a while but one of the biggest things you learn in the academy in that you learn even in this podcast is the value of learning to slowdown. Start operating your business from a place of feeling calm of serving and adding value and having fun goodness. If it's not fun why are we doing. It seriously. should be fun so one of the things. My students learn is to truly calmed down and serve and really focus on what matters and get out of the hustle hurried end of month energy and doing everything in a frantic to try and hit numbers and sending out a bunch of messages to try and at the goal. And what. I teach can be extremely counterintuitive. And these students all demonstrate. What happens when you're willing to slow down. Get calm and get focused. So i wanna share. What amber had to say she said. I signed a new consultant under me calmly. We had a phone call. We discussed goals in the zero pressure. She said herself. I feel safe joining with you. I ended up hitting my june goal with no hustle. Very calm and i'm continuing to show up authentically inconsistently. Yes amber amanda. She hit a new rank that she's wanted for so long and she enrolled. Hello thirteen people. Got one of her new builders to a new rank as well. Amanda was done sarah. She became the top recruiter in her company in june. She says the top recruiter in the company. What the heck all. While my but ben so calm we stay. Calm your but down in there a lot she said. My belief has been so huge. My connections are all very real meaningful. You just show up so differently when you are invested in the outcome in instead of just providing the solution a service and.
"micro" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"And then you have to opt in the at the end or lot of medically disabled for you. Import from other database. We'd do it for ridwan out there. Everybody out there. We've imported from and sometimes some churches have data. Two or three places will help you pull it all together under one umbrella for you and then the last thing is just the webinars we do. You wanna dig a little bit more into some of this stuff in church teams are just what we've learned even if you're not interested in using church teams at this point it's not a good fit for you Meet the software is either on demand. I do these live once a week. Feel free to jump in unwanted though you got most of it today. there's Flail most today on the meat software Anytime and then. Our basics are academy on demand. Webinars a really good. Here's the basic member thing. Small groups all that stuff. I was talking about on groups right here. k lessons the smog pastor on how to use those emails from your leaders on my touched on those manigault that way we do those their lot giving you financial person. Check in children's mobilized. This is where we talked about. Volunteers registrations connection cards. Get people moving and then the automated so all for all. That's right there for you. Guys remember at the end of the day. Discipleship isn't database. The end of the day Discipleship is helping people become transformed. Look more and more like jesus that there are some things that we can do in database. That will help us be more attentional and make sure that we're moving towards growing people Really truly making disciples because the idea there. It's not a static thing. It's a process thing just like sanctification. An ongoing process that were part of forever. And it's so helpful you guys to get digital support tools to get you to go whether you're just starting and you got a micro church of eight people in your house.
Daily Tech News Show
"micro" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"More than fifty people in law enforcement the military congress intelligence agencies and the private sector. They got more people to talk on the record. Bloomberg sources say that in two thousand ten the us department of defense found that super micro servers in unclassified networks. Were sending network data including a partial map of the unclassified network to china. And here's where an explanation comes out in this story that wasn't in the previous one. Undetectable countermeasures were put in place and the attack was allowed to continue to run in order to determine its aim so it seems like if this is all true what the intelligence agencies were doing is. We don't want them to know that we know which would be why they didn't tell any companies and kept it under wraps in two thousand. Fourteen intel found a chinese group breached. Its network through a server that downloaded malware from super micros. Update site alongside unaltered firmware. So this was a zip file attached to it. It was caught early and caused data loss in two thousand fifteen the f. b. i. warned multiple companies that chinese operatives had concealed backdoor code on a chip in manufacturers servers. Each attack was kept quiet while. Us agents tried to counter them and learn more about the capabilities behind them. Investigation started in two thousand twelve when the f. b. i. Obtained faisal warrants. According to bloomberg to monitor the communications of some super micro employees not executives people down at the level and no super micro employ has been accused of wrongdoing. The company itself has never been told of the investigations or targeted. So again they just wanted to find out what these guys were doing who they were talking to. It was a bit of a honeypot. Bloomberg was unable to find out if the investigations are still ongoing. And if they've ended what conclusions they may have reached super micro of course notes that federal agencies including those said to be conducting the investigations continue to buy super micro products. But all through this article. There's a lot of examples of left it on our official approved list but for certain purposes. We don't let you buy super micro stuff. Also what did the investigations fine. Well a little bit of tech is in the story initially investigations determined that militias instructions were embedded in the bios so code in the startup order would load code that was hidden in unused memory into main memory all before loading the operating system. That code only showed up in super micro servers. It showed up in servers from multiple factories that implies it was implanted in the design phase. Not at the construction phase further implying infiltration of super micros bios engineering department in two thousand fourteen. The investigation did discover malicious chips. But they were in small batches. Motherboards many super micro products did not have them so the idea that we couldn't find one with the chip in it might be because of that. This was a targeted operation. Private companies and government agencies were briefed on these risks. But the risks were downplayed in the briefings. More of like. Just don't don't use super micro for that and we're not going to tell you why they didn't share any technical details frankly. Ut who was the fbi's assistant director for counterintelligence until two thousand twelve told bloomberg this is don't let it happen to you moment for anyone in the tech sector supply chain which would explain why sources might be talking to bloomberg this time around. Is we want companies to know. There's a danger. We still don't want china to know how much we know about them..