19 Burst results for "Mike Line"

"mike line" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

The Birth Ease Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast

"Yeah you have one chance to to give birth and if you so yes so laboring. I long and it's safe to do say is preferable in terms of the from what coban to elective c-section but vaginal birth is preferable intensive optimal seating of the for mike line to to emergency c section. Where the baby has been exposed to the mothers microbes. If you see me right yeah. The baby's mouth could get exposed and her patina and from what. I'm hearing if i've mama's pushing the baby's passing through the vagina. Babies crossing the pair neom. If the mom passes stool while pushing the baby would be exposed to the microbes and the stool. Not just the vagina right. Yes that's right that's right but again this needs more research so that is just the beginning of the route in the beginning of the kind of own knowing the difference between elective and emergency c section tens of microbiome exposures so there's research being published. But then he's be more research tonight not exactly so if the baby at what point have the water's gone at at and if the baby has any contact with the moms stew for example right today there is some research into vaginal seating. Yes this is ongoing. At the moment and recently a research has been published two different sets of recession being punished and they They agree the research being published. Some research to suggest that swap seating is way swab is placed inside the mother's vagina before the c. Section baited for about an hour than the swamp is taken out of the mother's vagina. And then what's the baby's won't buy c-section the swap is white type. The baby's mouth face and body and some research by dr dominguez but ones will be putting on cools suggested. This can help can partially restored. The baby's mike von recent research coming out of Fines that it doesn't partially restore the baby's mike devine so So you that again will. Research needs to be done and it could be that that as important as the mother's vagina microbes are the gut microbes in contact with the mothers. Who okay so. This is such coming from finland which is full babies born by caesarean. What they did was they took a little bit of the mums poo a mixed in with her breast milk and gave it to the baby that research suggests that this helps restore the babies could buy but this is a small study and more research needs to be done. So it's kinda who milkshake given to the baby after exit that could be beneficial but this is a research with research. These pilot studies the full results. Being published the risks in terms of groupie strap. The mother is colonized with b. strapped than their excluded from any of these studies because group b. strep can be tricky Mother is colonized with group. B. strep and the baby is born vaginally. The baby may develop a group b. strep infection and some proportion of those. Abc develop a creepy strep infection. That can be fatal sets As serious considerations group b. strep ositive than the risk of the baby developing a group b..

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"mike line" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Of the withdrawal friends and foes alike are calling this withdrawal fiasco a debacle and it is one that apparently the administration did not fully appreciate or see coming. There's no question. The white house was wrong about the length of time they had wrong about the strength of the afghan military wrong about the reach of the taliban. I don't believe all lefty media there. I don't believe any of those were fox. No it's been a long time since we've had the media on either side willing to criticize their own side that much but the storm of some of the the tribalism has started to abate just a bit. That'd be nice. Hey hanson. I need to dig something up before i get to the story. He brought me. The story of edith mirwais. A one hundred year. Old powerlifting craig. Grandma who's in the guinness book world records. But what did they not put in the story. Joe you and i we. We're always criticizing this sort of journalism. How do you write a story. About a ninety one year old woman setting the record for lifting weights and not include how much she lifted. Unbelievable it doesn't cross your mind you know what would be a good nugget. Put in the story. Because i'll bet a lot of people are gonna wonder wonder how much weight on ninety one year old woman lifts to set the world record no not included in the store. So if you can look that up for me michael. Because i think this could be could be a rough time for a lot of us males if it turns out really well. Don't you think if it turns this this ninety one year old woman lifted significantly more weight than i live. Yeah i got a sore wrist so that working against me lift a hundred pounds clear over my head. Yes michael says. She lifted one hundred and fifty pounds hundred fifty. What what what. Lift the clear lurk. She dead lifted one fifty to ground. Yeah okay that's pretty good. That's a sturdy old gaffer ninety one year old woman yet pretty impressive. But i can do so. I was concerned that it was going to be more than i could do that. I might troll out my back. Surely you could. I don't know i haven't dead. Lifted and like thirty five years. I have no idea So they wrote a story. Woman sets weightlifting record And they didn't mention the amount yes yes. She didn't start lifting regularly until she was ninety one so i guess she was just naturally strong or course she just gotta wait in some of your competitors will die before the next tournament right. Yeah sure i mean it gets easier to win. I mean one hundred five year old category classes. Pick up a copy up. You've won she. What does that ageism anyway back to the crisis of the day. What is the crisis of the day. Oh yeah you could have a situation. A nightmare situation unfolding at the kabul airport is just not clear yet whether we'll have hundreds and hundreds maybe thousands of hostages being held by the taliban there. Some people are trying to get Hey over here. We still got something going on over here. Like josh rogin of the washington post who. We really liked we him. He's usually right in about china and stuff like that but he wrote yesterday. Hey before we get into the finger pointing. Let's realize that we've got a major situation going on at the airport that if the taliban decides to it's up to them but if they decide to turn this into a hostage situation we've got a major worldwide calamity on her hands and that's that's just a fact. Yeah i haven't checked the headlines for a few minutes as anything moving now. The new york times did report that we're offering the taliban aid international aid. All of what you want. It's it's it's a brand some in advance If they let us get the people out how do you like that. We will the taliban who's gonna do all the awful things. Just i heard some yesterday. You know what they are. So there's no point in me saying what they are. Did you see him. Leading the guys through the street of the nueces. Did you see that picture yesterday. i don't think so just unbelievable for some reason. Some of the media is reporting and in a kabul things are fairly calm and the taliban is not reverted to the ways that we grew accustomed to the night. Okay either not in kabul right now but they are out in the countryside and all these other cities. They're doing all kinds of awful things they're and women they're beheading people. I saw poor. Dad talk about how the taliban came in and beheaded his son because they had heard that his son had helped out the americans. Something drug out of the house and cut his head off. I mean that's what that's who they are and what they're doing and we're going to give them money so that they can do it better yeah yup solidify their control which is what they're doing in kabul right but this is realpolitik man. What's the other what's the other option not get our people out. There still gonna do that stuff anyway. Right right yeah. Let's get the people out quickly as possible. But how long will that take you earn any estimates in the best of circumstances if we we bribed the taliban and they say go ahead how long is it gonna take well. Mike line told us several weeks ago that it would take many many weeks to get everybody out of there. They moved out seven hundred in the last twenty four hours which is a son believably low number because that big giant transport plane that everybody saw the picture of yesterday that fits six hundred and fifty people in it so the fact that they got seven hundred people out in twenty four hours is really not that assurance new york times reported this morning that while the airport was opened flights were flying that a lot of those flights were empty they roll into a buller hamad karzai airport which just seems to me they ruin to the airport look into load people up. The tally band got the airport blocked off so aren't people to load up. Some planes fly off empty. That's according to the times. Planes are flying out of their empty now. The pentagon said today that they're hoping to fly between five and nine thousand people a day here soon but from zero to sixty problem. You're an awful fast here if you're going from planes of leaving empty this morning to Nine thousand people a day. We'll see it. Yeah we will see at. I'm just wondering when it's going to become clear because it isn't yet direction this is going. It's absolutely a possibility that the taliban is kind of playing nice in kabul right now just until they get enough people in place the airport and then they just decided okay. You're not going anywhere absolutely. Mike line said that yesterday generalsm simone. Msnbc or or say hey we could have. We could have one of the worst hostage situations in. Our nation's history.

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"mike line" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Were think they're calling it and infrastructure bill because you understand we. We need infrastructure right. I mean we've been told for twenty years every time. Government wants a new infrastructure bill. I mean you don't wanna have crumbling. Roads and bridges right. I mean we saw what happened in florida was a condominium that collapsed. And then all you have to do is go into these towns these these big cities were they've spent money on everything but infrastructure and you see a road or a bridge that collapses and then you go see as is what will happen so three point five trillion dollars folks. Let me explain something to you me. Explain how much three point five trillion dollars is. There are only three economies in the world that have a higher gross domestic product then three point five trillion dollars the us china and japan three point. Five trillion dollars is as big as the german economy. It's bigger than india. United kingdom france brazil italy canada russia south korea australia spain mexico indonesia turkey netherlands saudi arabia switzerland argentina. Sweden poten djibouti. Yes djibouti remote. It's bigger than every one of those countries. Gdp it's bigger than russia and south korea combined. It's bigger than russia and canada combined. It's as big as italy and canada combined. And it's not gonna stop. This is coming on the heels of unemployment. Two point two million unemployment checks just went out two weeks ago. You're gonna puff three and a half trillion dollars and you know what it is. Oh it's infrastructure hal. It is the hell it is. It's the green new deal. It's money to illegal aliens. It's every program the left wants all bundled up but we'll call it infrastructure it is every goody to every constituency of the democrat party and guess what a teen republicans are voting for mitt. Romney said this is a win for the democrats. It's a win for joe biden and it's a win for america. Joe biden's been in the united states senate since nineteen seventy two. He's pals with these guys. You wanna know why. Eighteen republican senators are willing to give him their vote. He's guys are friends hell. They rocked hunter biden to sleep. He sat on their knee and the pony. They probably went to his graduation from elementary school. Hunter biden is not some weirdo to them. He's they're buddies kid. They're part of the fraternity and your republicans are about to hand them three point five trillion dollars three point five trillion dollars on the heels of all the other spending. You are about to see inflation skyrocket. If you don't remember the late seventies your parents do ask them what happened. Ask them about inflation. Outpacing earnings everything you buy is about to start costing a whole lot more money and as milton friedman used to say inflation is a tax the government puts on savers. If you're a person that has dutifully saved money for your retirement for a rainy day. Inflation erodes the value of those dollars. They're taking money from you by pouring money into the economy you will not benefit but do you know how many people will never understand that well. Mike line understanding and his bad. And you know you keep saying inflation. I mean they biden says not going to be inflate he says going gonna cause inflation go down. How is that possible. Nobody that spent ten minutes in an economics. Class believes this. There's not an economist in america. That believes this. It's impossible and so what happens. You pour three and a half trillion dollars into the economy for all their buddies across the country and then let me tell you what happens. What happens is you keep stoking. They can't seem to get their voter bills passed. So here's what you do. You ramp up this covert fear you get the people so afraid of the delta variant. You ramp it up so big that. The democrat governors will be able to next year exactly the way they did during the last year how they stole the election from trump is the governor in michigan and the governor in california and the governor in new york and the governor in virginia. They will they will pass emergency measures they will say it's too dangerous to go to the voting booth and vote. We're going to have to have temporary vote by mail. Because that's how they cheat. We're going to have to have temporary vote by mail because it's too dangerous for people to go and vote in person when people don't go and vote in person you have wide scale theft of vote fraud. Everyone knows this. In fact we've got democrats on the record. Comma harris in two thousand eighteen. Gave a speech where she said vote by mail is an opportunity to cheat. Everyone knows this. But in order to get away with suspending all the rules and having this one time temporary pandemic special plan in order to do that they. I got to scare middle america to death. And that's what they're doing and that will continue until the midterms are over and then they might let us go back to normal like they did after the election for a little while but then we'll have.

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"mike line" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"And you're listening to mojo. In the morning kimberly kardashian. And kylie jenner. Some of the names used by people to fraudulently get unemployment benefits back in may of two thousand twenty. The kardashians filed using it address in traverse city and received unemployment. Pay in the amount of about more than seven thousand dollars each. Yes they flagged by the way to each meaning every kardashian. Because there's a lot of cardiac you kimberly kardashian. There was kylie jenner. They use a lot of those names but use like the same bank account number. The detroit news actually broke this story. i guess. The unemployment insurance agency emails were released. That also showed that there are other names that were used including including fake. Id's in this is interesting for Actor jon christine inskeep from the office. Somebody was using that as a particular name if you're going to try and fraud and fake them out of the money wouldn't you be a little more lay lay low and not use kim kardashian named like raise already got away with it though i know what the automated system just immediately sent out a check and then two days later when a human looked is on it they were like wait a minute. Something's weird here. Crazing the fbi agent. That was involved in that Governor whitman kidnapping plot Got arrested so this. Fbi agent. Who was one of the people that was undercover With the task force. That was doing this whole investigation on the people those Guys that were trying to kidnap the the governor in trouble for domestic abuse special agent at the center of the case against more than a dozen matt in the plot to kidnap and kill the governor. His criminal case could hurt his credibility personal personal bond allowed to walk out where my client who committed. No violence got started at ten million dollars. Nicholas somberg referring to his client old. Joseph morrison one of a total of fourteen men accused at the state and federal level. And the plot to kidnap and kill governor gretchen. Whitmer most specific thing he said with when he was said one two three four point governor weber store sounds like a opponents degree. Well at the end of the day when you put together a team that didn't in fact plan to go through the door a exxon a little more context yet the fbi. Special agent richard trask. Who worked with the informants provided key testimony here at the preliminary hearing was able to walk out of jail for a much smaller bond and somberg ads. Trask is accused of a lot. More violence slamming his wife's head several times against the nightstand after they argued at a swinger sex party near kalamazoo. But that's just gonna go to their character in their in their credibility look at look at the fbi. The guys are hiring. These aren't boy. Scouts aren't clean clean cut people. They're going to swingers parties and beating their wives which is worse and mike line ever did and somber claims poke even more holes in the case against his client. Morrison is accused of making a terrorist threat and hosting live melissa training at munich property. His attorney says fbi and can be heard on recorded. Phone calls pushing adam. Fox the so-called ringleader of the plot to train at his client's house insisted on doing it with other fbi agents in the background telling him what to say and this was after my client had already told him no. He's crazy he's a loose cannon. We don't want. I don't want to deal with it. That's why somberg filed an entrapment motion at the state level. He feels criminal charges. Fbi agent richer task is now facing. We'll help is clients case but feels their defense is strong without it. Came out that there's a dozen performance that came out as well. So how many informants do you need until it's actually your plot and now you've sort of become the criminal that you're trying to stop that's been one.

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"mike line" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"From her so infrequently and it just seems that we don't really get that in your right. It's not a good spot to be in obviously for her and also as anybody that's kind of evaluating or observing us and then since the last episode legally on june thirtieth the judge denied her request to have her dad. Remove from the conservative. But keep in mind. This decision had nothing to do with her statement during last week's hearing because the judge can't make a ruling based on what she said she's yet to file a petition to fully term made her observership also keep in mind. This isn't the first time that she has denied this request. Because november twenty twenty. This was when sam ingham. Her lawyer had also requested. The jamie bureau removed. Saying that you know britney was afraid of her. The direct quote was quote. Mike line is afraid of her father and that she refused to perform again as long as he was in charge. And at that time the judge also declined to suspend jamie but said you know she's not ruling out future petitions for his removal or suspension. So then after that. Because you know you guys know when that news came out people were really pissed understandably so and then in july second. The news came out that bessemer trust is stepping down. They were a co-conspirator and they kind of cited britney's claim of irreparable harm ter- interest saying that they believed that britain had consented to them being the conservative. Although quote as a result of the conservatives testimony at the june twenty third hearing however petitioner has become aware that the conservatory objects to the continuance of her conservative ship and desires to terminate the conservative ship. Petitioner has heard the conservative and respects her wishes so again. Who knows what they're we can get that second. And then probably the most i would say shocking piece of information came in this july third new yorker article it was written by ronan farrow and gm tolentino very very long. So we were gonna to do paragraphs than it's kind of a thing where you really have to read it to get. The full effect will put the lincoln the description but they say how the night before her hearing she actually called nine one one citing conservator abuse and normally in the state of california. These calls would be public access like you have public access to emergency calls. But the county sealed the records of this message saying it's an ongoing investigation and then apparently also after this alleged call her team the way that the article described was that they were kind of frantically texting one another not only fearing what would come if this call was released but also this was the night before hearing fearing what would happen if she spoke in the way that she did so it was very interesting insight that we didn't have extremely going back to the bessemer. Trust is have one question. I'm not sure if it's a stupid western. If you also had the same. I understand from like an optics. Perspective that them stepping down and respecting britney's wishes quote the right thing to do. they heard her testimony. They were obviously affected by that. They didn't wanna play a role in that night. Completely understand that at the same time. My question is does that. Then give the systems that are in place jamie spears which is already you know the conservative. Jody montgomery both of which britain you want to not be in charge of for you know let alone not having the conservative chip at all does bessemer trust stepping down than give them more power. I don't know see. That was obviously my initial question. I don't i mean. I'm not approaching this from any sort of legally educated perspective. That was just like my gut reaction. Because i think that that's like a logical question to ask right like in theory. It makes no sense and we understand that if they realized she no longer wants to be a part of this then you know doing everything in their power that being said. Is it actually counterintuitive. I don't know you know. I feel we. Oftentimes when we tackle very layered celebrity subjects people in our own lives. And i'm sure this hobby to a lot of people as well who are very well versed in pop culture. They then become like the point of reference for everybody so everyone is asking them their questions. Especially when people all ages are really interested. Moms dads grandparents. They're all very interested in the sprint graham. Sure if you're that point of reference for your family or your friends people have a ton of questions for you about all of these moving parts. And i think it's so out of our element to be able to say like i don't know any of the moving parts here because it's so layered and so complicated and then on top of that there. A legal component to it. And i'm obviously you're obviously most of us are not well enough versed in the legal practices of what's going on here so it just creates a whole other level of confusion. No it absolutely does. And that's why. I really would recommend everybody reading and also sending people that are curious this new yorker article because i mean i would say the biggest takeaway in terms of quote. New information was the fact that she called nine one one the night before he hearing that was something that was previously unknown. I mean think about how actually was thinking about this thing about how powerful the hearing was as is how much more powerful would be if people knew that at the time that they were listening originally. But that's kind of a side thing you know the way that this article explains some of the past situations. That have happened again. Not that we didn't know this but there's one particular part where they're talking you know when she was in the kind of custody battle with kevin federal on. I think at this time. She had four days of visitation rights. Or whatever it was and they're talking about this one circumstance where towards the end of her visitation. She didn't wanna give the kids back understandably. So obviously she's the mother and there was this one paragraph where they're talking about how she's holding her son in the bathroom. She didn't want to come with him. And the fire. The fire department is there. There's helicopters police are taking an axe to the door. And it's this whole very dramatic situation..

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"mike line" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"mike line" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"It's a combination of everything and people that listen. This costs could probably agree with that as well. The you know you can't see how bad stuffy sometimes too you're really deeply in it and then it's probably too late. That's the thing is people they just. They call it. People have a dog following matteo. I made realize i follow in their own. Dale why people just follow the system and then the rin and then they can't get out for eighteen years now. that time is too late. Who you are and adrian jihad or they're like twenty years old. You're certainly shaped by your family on you. You know you see a man at a table with his family wearing a A crew neck shah for his daughter's eighth birthday in fucking back in america restrooms somewhere. That's not what they aspire to. Ever be. But also be paul of people that you don't feel this and i don't really feel at the moment but maybe i will one all of you know they won't. There's paul theroux wants this fatherly things people to listen to this costs released in these two mediates talking like being father. I like having a child. Come and tell me how the school days fulfillment in that. And sometimes that fulfillment can even be bigger than wanting to be a crazy singer or a football guy What's interesting about me. is that most people. When they have a great family. They want to continue the generations below right and as you said some people who want a child often didn't have a great fatherhood father figure and he wanted to their kids what they beth baldwin evident to them yes taking naked to football. They imagine that died taken under football experience. As if it's them. But i also know what it's like basically have such a great foundation or family. Everything is done for you but doing this on the table and more my thoughts and everything. I've wanted to growing up stadium ahead which threats was well to live my life in my head because i couldn't live outside because my dad and my mom made decisions and everything that i wasn't free. It's like a doke saying four. Tell me about your turrets. Sisters acce- brain activity stimulating neurons in the brain connect to the face marshals that if you're thinking excessively stimulating face muscles retention and the swearing is the frustration about trying to workout gonna work out. Hang on a minute. How bad was you'll threats if you think about threats you think of swearing and swear loud. Yeah most people most people don't twitch that much. She's mainly swearing in his accessible part. Mike line was. It wasn't even a major way. You were doing it. Yeah but my twitching was like it was like a computer. That's been on all day and is the hard drives rushing never stopped fashion so me was about to because all was trying to constantly work. How wonderful we here. Why get job. Why don't you get a job doesn't fuck make sense. You know i get up. And i appreciate everything and you'll is now under control. I could leave. I meditated right now. I'll be mad. Antique stores Statue lots of money from me. Then i can think in my head. And i'll be tuition the fuck out myself. I'm talking excessively. I'm going into my brain twitching. A little bit blinken runabout base about the brain activity most people. They don't think about new stuff. They go over conversations. If brennan said their palying the brainwash understand if gore. was someone. Go yes. Howdy thanks to me episodes If you could members right and review steve listened. I'll be fantastic and also subscribe so when already anyone you get an education and play. Stay friends on shows about me. Bull costs now. I'll be back later. I have a great day and speeches syrian.

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"mike line" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

Taming Tech, The Podcast

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Taming Tech, The Podcast

"I think one part of the gdp at you're able to request all of the data that you have from a company of course of this little I'm hiding a lot of the data so instead of using an ib which is considered a personal Personal data i'm using something else To determine Which visitors rich so he don't have like an ip that shoes. I'm not using cookies. So that's also not Not not using that. Don't like cookie and the cookie banners. Are we making me crazy at the moment every site that you open you. Get cookie banner now. I think that apple made a change. So i for some reason. They are removing cookies. Like in that as a couple of days Each time you visit their website again you have to click on the cookie banner again to accept this radio nine. So i'm not using kooky so those does things on my. I am doing to protect the privacy of move. Mike line with also visitors of multiply. I appreciate that until africa. We've got the puppy exa. Pop which is just come into effect now so we we take a lot of things from the gdp that we obviously need to have. So yes we also have the cookie banners and things that we kinda just have it for. Everyone says it's your a false I'm was blaming. Ask as you as you mentioned you. Have you have done a bit of marketing on. I'm actually found you on rates and peasants. Who went to the suburbs. And when i was looking back nod is to select figure out which sub it was in. Icu about five or six steps. And what what is if someone else's looking to promote basis and what. What is the best for you in terms. You'll marketing rates as direct emails yet. It's also something that i need to find out myself. i care. i think i really liked developing. That's also something that i'm very comfortable with and we've thing i'm much less comfortable. So yeah i posted on reddit because I read on the internet. Most of the people are actually must really that much longer as you as you open my profile or some people did you see. I posted a message in a couple of credits I also advertising.

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"mike line" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on 710 WOR

"From the weather Channel Rain tapering to attend this morning. Clouds will decrease later on this morning and into this afternoon, leading in lots of sunshine. Temperatures into the upper sixties to near 70 this afternoon, mid upper fifties Tonight, Sunshine tomorrow a little milder, low to mid seventies Currently 60 at W. R Dance Force Baseball plans underway. Yankees beat Cleveland in Game 1 12 to 3, the other winners the Astros white socks and raise its eight old five star news next up eight and 8 30 breaking news at once. I'm Joe Biden on 7 10 w. O R N B C news radio station. This is Len Berman and Michael Riedel. In the morning on a voice of New York 7 10 Wooo are alright, well leading off our big three. It was quite a debate last night happened watching myself and I thought this is most have been what the Lincoln Douglas debates were Lakeland. Hey, Mike line was good for the country and, yeah, Just got a great email on DH for Mylene, she said, listening to you and Michael bickering for two years, I realized that help prepare me to secure the debate last night way providing a public service starless. It's real. It's real versus sleepy. Len. Leave England. There you go. That's it's the debate leaves off our big three. Well, it was something else. Last night, it really was, and I don't think it's going to change any minds of your four Biden you still for him because he was able to stand for 90 minutes. And if you work for Trump your forum, because, well, yes, he comes off as a little crass and rough and tough, But he's the brawler in chief. And everybody knows what Donald Trump is like. So the debate probably did not change too many minds. Also in the Big Three. Well, sad to say we have some cases of Kobe, it's spiking and various neighbors. Neighborhood's here in New York at a time today, when indoor dining is going to begin, so we'll see how long how long in our dining can last. If.

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"mike line" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"AC network the SEC network, Milwaukee Brewers, the NBA. Michio, here we have college coaches. That wannabe administrators we've got stocker executives. pretty much. The NFL. The NHL we've someone who does sponsorships for the NHL, their front office. We have various people that are in in offshoots of sports recreation. In different other things we have about anywhere between twenty and twenty five in each cohort just accepted our fourth cohort di- did organization last week. In some people get the program also because they WANNA professors. It's kind of turned into a tramp. Now that executives sports executives are in their forties when be professors. In. So we're offering now certificate that that we partnered with another college here at Temple where you can get your teaching certificate. and. Then go teach because it's kind of transition when you work in sports for so long you know twenty to twenty five years. You know you kind of want a transition to give back to students why did I kind of done. During that time I was a real young general manager. For the Red Hawks in Oklahoma City. And at the time I was named the youngest. Pacific coast executive year yet broke the next year of Mike Line in New Orleans. But I very content. I did, but I wanted to give back. In the really share my knowledge I've always enjoyed teaching I should've mentioned earlier I was an adjunct at Ou and his fourth. It's business as his two thousand three's you know fifteen years or fourteen years experience teaching and I knew I. Really there's a lot of satisfaction and just made me feel great that I can help people out and that's why I'm here in fact I just my daughter's find soccer here as a freshman this year too. So it's GonNa be a really neat experience for both those. She. Going to be in the program. She isn't a program I tried to talk her out of it but she. decided she wanted to do it anyway. So she's very, she's very smart kid fact she's semester ahead. Already she she took ap classes and got her senior year. She's a better athlete than I am and she's smarter than. US Good. That's good that it's not the opposite. So you're in a unique spot, you grew up in front office you ran teams in. Now you're seeing the mindset of the next generation as it comes through your program like what's the? What are the biggest changes you've seen in the sports industry in the last twenty years or so how fans consumes for? Enough that's kind of my expertise is that Meyer Baseball Business is how people consume sports now. So when I was running, for example, the Redhawks, you know this this age me, but you know how we got information out, you had to beat writer who wrote in the newspaper it you know people consume it the next day then. You know website started come around at websites at that time were more of anomaly. It wouldn't you people. You probably were still having more people to the Games. Now, we we were really successful we were on. Your half million to six hundred thousand people games a year. Not. Again. So we did pretty well. So we but you know is it kept emerging as as business went on in technology started developing. You've found different ways to Kinda. Consumed a sport and know when social media. In an you started having streaming in. So there's so many different ways now had it consumes for. That ticket sales are Li apiece. Now of of you how people are GonNa Consume Your Your Game I. Didn't say this I didn't make this phrase up, but it's true I read this the other day that every every day now's Game Day whether you have a home game or not or a road game just because people are wanting consumers for even even more now that you know there's either limited or no fans at Games. In his as important as the front office is at marketing their teams in their sports, it seems like the real marketing engine has become the players in the way they're dummy. Now, they're able to just completely bypass the media and even the PR office in connect directly with the fan base So what's the new role for the front office from marketing perspectives trying shape the message that the? Players are sending is giving the players, the tools they need to be more effective or is it just amplifying that message? Why I think it could be all the above Ryan I. Think it's You know if you look at the players that you you don't, you don't see the players doing currently you will but you haven't seen players in college really market themselves they will now because the al Name image lightness because they can generate sponsorship leading team sales, but the top flight universities athletic departments have hired firms now to train the players on how to do that, which turns into a recruiting tool now. If you have that kind of. Partnership with a farm that can help a player become more. I don't know we. We call it a get more exposure in the right way. In, an professional teams have been dealing with players. Promoting themselves longtime because they get endorsements out of it and so I don't think. I. If if I was running a sports team what I teach my classes, the message still needs shaped about the team, the marketing of the team. By the front office, not a player. You know a player can go do he or she wants to promote themselves professionally but they're not necessarily promoting the team per se as the team still falls underneath the team responsibility and the reason why I? AM? The support of that is because players come and go in, you need to brand to be on your team and not a player or.

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"mike line" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"So I basically just used all the cash from that business to then fund this new adventure So we've been good on cash since day one and that's been no problem though if anybody else was doing it where I'd go and suggest is it If it's your first time and you don't have some cash available Find somebody who has already. A, really Dovan into whatever industry you're looking to get into. Where not only can they provide the cash but they can also act as a mentor and Guide. And a light through this path of building. This first initial company, the that may require some capital fantastic I love how you reinvesting and building on your previous successes is a take away a bit of sight advisory bodies listening now. We could go a couple of different directions but I've got to in mind first of all the difference between a website and a mobile APP sometimes I get. Thrown Arandas is the same thing, but then they could you explain the difference to us. Yeah. So. Where a website is is good is for any kind of media. kind of publications where somebody might go to your website to check you out to see what you're about and that sort of thing. But it's unlikely that they're going to go there again and again and again and again, and like every single day every single week whereas with a mobile. APP. A purpose of a mobile APP is to actually regularly engage people on a consistent basis where they're coming back into the APP again either every day or every week or multiple times a month whatever is for a variety of different different purposes and part of. Idea with mobile APPs, you can also send push notifications as well. So you know the little the little kings messages that come up on your phone that reminds you to come back and so whether you're creating. A content. That really provides value to to your clients or whether. One of our will Mike Line that I was just working on his APP literally in half an hour before this call is all around music and helping people feel really calm and..

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"mike line" Discussed on The Common Cents Show

The Common Cents Show

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on The Common Cents Show

"A dollar menu generally say them for your seldom for twelve dollars, or whatever it is, you would wanNA call that out. You would want somehow show them. Hey, here's a coupon for you to come in and when you come in. It expires at the end of June or whatever bring this in for your free wings, but if you make that nice and large people will want to hold onto it and keep it on their fridge and every time they walk by their fridge. They're gonNA. See your rush right there so again. You're staying top of mind, so it all depends on what you're trying to sell, but for the if you can give stuff away for for promotions, lead with that big time. How do you choose your images for direct mail? What goes through your mind. What's your process for that? My goal for this is the way that choose images for direct mail as a lot is very similar to the same way we choose them for facebook ads I'm trying especially for my industry. I'm trying to show. What their life could look like after Mike Line. It's in there, so if it's a landscape, let's say they're building a nice outdoor living space where it could be a patio. Nice kitchen. Mike can have a picture of a family sitting there at a nice. Table outside on their patio, enjoying spring, having dinner. That's what I put on there. Because people want see what their life could look like after they hire you. Right, so that's that's the real goal is I'm not trying to sell the product. Itself I'm trying to sell the experience in the the benefit of hiring my client, and so you choose an image that fits that narrative which take on, takes you on the journey to. Where you're most likely to end up now. What about your okay, so on a direct mail piece, or any mail? You have your big headline, right? What do you? What do you want that headline to be? Because I've seen some people..

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"mike line" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

Dart Against Humanity

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Dart Against Humanity

"Ninety nine cents. A month. One Person And always going to have to grind it out. The rest of the way. So. I had to figure out what to do so the first ever sponsorship I got was from Anchor And I mentioned this before. What happens was the Hitchin CPM's and in certain sponsors. Only wanted to let you add them at mid roll. So what that meant is that I would record half the podcast, and then take a break, and then I would I would go into a second segment. I didn't do that unless I was getting amid middle sponsorship and I was not losing out on that money. and. Then there was a stretch where I would have two or three sponsorships running at the same time when my podcast doing. Disgusting, it was doing crazy numbers. And I was just like you, you boy. I'm living life now. When I did my first ever on sponsorship, the PM which is the rate that you get paid per thousand listens. Was Ten dollars and that was for anchor. Then my next one was flip board and my pm jumped up to fifteen. Then there was a short one for this thing. Called Beach to sandy water to wit this podcast I. don't even know if still exists. And I did that one, but at the same time I had this one for this podcast called Mike Line which i. don't even think still exists. I had these two podcasts simultaneously and there will one and they were both seventeen. Seventeen fifty PM. And I was I had them one mid roll and one before. And then something happened where I got anchor voice messages so I had. I financed it so I had One at the beginning one at the middle and one at the end, and then when one switched to mineral I did to the mid roll, and in one at the and then one at home at the beginning. And they would calculate and the rates were jump and I would have money over the weekend. And I just be like. Yeah, I'm into this and then somewhere along the line before the fourth season. It all came to a screeching halt. I had sponsorship for thinking big with Maisy Williams. I believe in a thing was that they were cut off. Your sponsorship, sometimes I go. Mountains undergo for two months sometimes a run for three months, and sometimes they were last two weeks or ten days. thinking big as Williams I think that one ran for like ten days. And it was over..

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"mike line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You doing your light you just fire me Mike I told I told you my story the last time that I I have a father incarcerated most of my childhood well what he did say he did send me if he did send me my brother a bike and I remember how how great we felt that he just wanted to tell a border tear to my eye and I'd like to donate another thousand dollars mall Mike you're amazing you're you're like one of we got like angels that that left the show up and you're one of them your story is so inspirational you talked about the tough life that you've led and you've been blessed and you have you know you've emerged on the other side with such a gracious giving spirit and heart you gave us five thousand dollars now you're put in another thousand which will sponsor five children Mike you're amazing god bless you I wish I could is there a is there anything I can do for you you say your prayer for me and my family might that's all it just keep doing what you're doing with it great job they need to be more people like you well every day I pray for you and your family are you I can promise you that that's the least I could do god bless you Mike line for Eric can get that information from Mike and get that process because we'll get more kids added to or who are going to be sponsored and and Mike was there Mike lived it him he he knows what what this does to a family these kids are going through so much and I'm just and listen almost no one complained about our fundraising efforts in may for the prison fellowship angel tree campaign and that's that your patience with us your graciousness your kindness you know I know how a lot of people are struggling and and fighting to put food on the table and pay the bills the fact that we raised right right now I think over a hundred and what is the number hundred and thirty five hundred and forty thousand dollars in a month to help children of prisoners so that they could be touched by god's love to get a Bible to get a letter saying god loves them to get a hundred and fifty dollars of nutritious delicious groceries a lot of these kids are in inner city neighborhoods in impoverished communities you're going to change lives and I I know I've been banging the drum hard this month I didn't think we could get anywhere close to six hundred and fifty children and once again god took me and shook me and said Mike get out of my way and look at this time now seven hundred and two kids are structured.

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"mike line" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"How about? How did you actually get to these specific? Funky color style today. What led you to this. Sort of distinctive pattern in which you tattoo now you know. I think it was really evolution natural evolution. I used to travel By let's say okay. I went after they have into New Zealand so I was learning how to make him out. That does that. I went to Polynesia a slight difference and then you have all islands. I went to let you have another insolence again. I was flying between Europe. The newest and all of the so. I think I will. Everything was like a sponge so everywhere I went. I absolutely little bit from the Culture. Little Bit from the style and everything is it was just preceding of any information or anything around me it rolls subconsciously unconsciously Influencing me you know I think it will with might doing was going through stages I would say but everybody was natural. I never to try to do something like okay like all. I'm going to do like some old school style. Now I'm going to do like only blakemore discounts color or idealistic twos. It was never like really those natural how I felt exactly at the moment. So let's say ten years ago I started to experiment colors in it looking more realistic but then I was looking at my tiptoes lead like key three years later and he was little bit loose in. Arles like okay. Like I will likely try to put a little bit more black dead or because he needs to have some sort of frame it was like mix of everything skill logic aesthetics you know. Saddam desperately much was it was it was coming from my experience from learnings from the knowledge. I had at that time. And let's say for years ago. Three years ago my spouse beautifully distinct deal because I will say kind of like a Nedeli down but works works for me and now the for me. Nature is like a breeding. Don't even have to think about it. The nuclear designs before you actually really think about it like okay like how would I do? How hubs these going to work? What what kind of veterans I can put the now. I don't think about it anymore. It just goes nature early so I think it's kind of like I'm not sure how much my staff is going to change because it is distinctly like this for the past three us at least maybe. Just lie to changes now. You mentioned earlier that you did graffiti when you were younger does does it have some sort of inspiration is I used to grafittis. Do you ever do graffiti? Have you ever done graffiti artwork in the form of a tattoo is? I'd be in my own venue when you check up I would say I was the most you can see on my style. Good athlete to influence was above eight years ago. Eight years ago heavily influenced graffiti still until now actually want to be good though when you talk about it want me to go. I started to create Hasley for Mike Line. It's going to be putting too much but after you D- style still because it's still there. It's still in me. You know so even now a little bit more. I would say a combination of illustrations abstract paintings a little bit of realism in all of this. But it's kind of aesthetically soaked. I would say but grafittis little bit for me Bald Style and want to begin to create a game and sort of like riding a bike. I guess once you do it once you never forget exactly. So it's any difference of my field again. You know what feel like I felt yes I absolutely want to create something like three talked That's what I did. That's awesome now. You mentioned earlier as well that you used to practice on your brothers and your friends. Yes so nowadays. What do people what do people traditionally have practice onto have manikins for tattooing or do artists? Pay People to let them practice on them. How does that work? You know what these days uncle purple and I lobbied because there is so much for On Internet there is so much free information on Youtube. Let's say to be specific on Youtube. You can go to eastern or you can google anything and everything. So that's that is big plus and then yes you can buy fake skin literally so we need you. Can you can buy fake arm or you can buy fake lake or whatever you want and the texture or the material. The used created is very similar to human skin. So you can buy the Needham House to that. We are friends. You can just buy monarchy. Guess really it is always abused as you said I think everybody into leisurely guys. Even you can trust me because even if you don't have artistic skills or you are not not artist waiting. You still can help with the nickel skills so you can do. It is just about practice. Nothing else when we come over. You're going to show us. How the Tattoo Onto Dylan Dylan? His legs yeah. We'll release the even the total machines use like a Ben. Now you don't have to you didn't have to do anything you click it's kind of cartridges needles. Clicky to the mission. You are ready to go to sit up anything to do my own needles before I used to sit up my mission before depending on the skin'll so difficult it's uncomfortable now. Kids have it easy nowadays. Yes absolutely now. It's no excuse. There's no excuse guys. You have to do each other to Unicorn on you. You know you want it do though you are totally go for it but yeah so is everything you do original artwork and have you ever. Have you always done original artwork not always so like? I said I'm beginning because I didn't know any better so I would recommend to anybody else caused by. That didn't have enough. I didn't have enough skills or I didn't have enough experience at the time so when I was younger or when I stopped to facing some Nice picture some nights that do I was trying to make it. You know because I'm like Oh my God like how did they do that in Incan idol? Same signals kind of challenge for me. Of course now I would. I would never do that. You know I wouldn't copy somebody else's work but when I was younger I used to do like that's actually not cool because this too is created for completely somebody else but I think everybody okay. Everybody who doesn't have any mental or who doesn't have enough skills. I think people always do it. You know yesterday you think those people should include it in their portfolio. Well it's up to them like I said if the heaven it probably wouldn't do it. You know in the first place. So that's what I don't see to put it in the portfolio but some young artists they put it in the portfolio. Because they don't know any better is it Something that artists Dude they Do they ever copyright their work so other artists can't use it they do? Lots of lots of ours is still copy. That is lots of established artists who stalk PICCI's mind-blowing for me. Because you never do it if you she good enough you'd never do it. I used to disorder for editing. Because I didn't know any better you know but then I realized I'm like okay like this is not like I can not just copy somebody else's outdoor activities not created okay. The tattooist created for person and has special meaning for them. So how can I just did it? Produce it on somebody else in sight. Stop doing that completely so of course I I only do my genitals now and the thing is I can reduce after myself absolutely not I can. I can do it because they sneaks Leslie. Sidonie reward somebody most female north because they can not copy myself so that's out of out of question completely but of course I will not use it even for my clients because everybody's so individual. It's good job security. We're GONNA take a quick commercial break. Keep the lights on. Provide you with some words from one of our sponsors Saint Solution. Eating SHOULD BE ENJOYABLE. Simple and make you feel completely satisfied while riding your body's natural fat burning in blood sugar. 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"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Let us let us down wouldn't pull over what got about because you know it if you pull over you let him out then the other guy gets why fight won't get away okay so you know I get the kidnapping charge should be there should be a lot of other Charlie a variety of as well warm up with the kid so you know we asked you on our open Mike line if you've ever had a horrible experience whether it be in over a left a taxi here's what you called and told us all the open Mike line Albert yes we had a super driver she was brand new now how to turn off the switch to make her available to unavailable and she showed up with her baby this was a cobbler who was aiming her head off what you want now if we still want to ride with her out to dinner and we said no this kid wouldn't shut up she was not just crying she was remaining in the backseat and she really thought we were gonna get my car with her yes no no that's not gonna happen you know I I actually your kid I had a trophy work this thing that I would be very uncomfortable I get my car but I'd be I'd be like this I wouldn't get arguing no no I've dealt with too much screaming child I'm not please me to sit with okay you know what I as as listen to this call and young and also thinking about the John to Micah in the over ride from hell kidnapper the kidnap later actually I I I forgot about this but I have experience in a town car now you know if you think about like over or laughter taxi that's one thing in a town car so it was Chris was myself it was my sister and this is what I live in Phoenix and we went out to Scottsdale for the night right and we're not gonna drive home and prior to over unless you hire to hire drive actually do member the one night we went to the club yeah you met it was okay thank you mean I by the way I did need a driver I drove myself so I walk I might have had a couple cocktails that evening you guys how turned up by and Chris was taking care of the bill I had to go out and and flagged down a cab or something right and I walked out and there's ten Kerr it was I didn't care what I got I didn't get home he was right there and I on second all right great Chris walks on to seriously a town car this is gonna cost us like three times when the attack and only five nine eight and he's right here I wanna go home anyway yeah so the three of us pile in the back of this town but where is the gym because I've ever seen and we get into we're we're along like Indian school yeah what the pope and you know I'm like whoa wow get nervous around as Whitney colonel mills that comes in you get nervous around but then you're drinking in the car I'm not sure I had like you're the bank I don't know but had remind myself I'm not dry haven't done anything wrong pulls over com gets out all day you know talk into the driver come to find out like the car which is it registered in his name they think he may have stolen sleep guy call are hard that was for people for rock and and they made us yeah I'll and I'm a called somebody else to pick us up and I'm not paying for this when you think about your not get the tip hi there this is this is definitely going out of here yeah as he's getting arrested and thrown the back of the like the the town car had to sit there is somebody else came and got us and they drove us home and I remember going like that is.

"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To the Monday where estimates are seventeen million or more people will not be showing up for work on Monday some of them have already got taking a vacation yeah already planning on being sick so we have opened up our open Mike line and we wanted to get some of your excuses is over my client is brought you by Carol Royce with Keller Williams realty east valley we asked you to give us a ring and pretend as though you're calling your boss okay I did it and this is the message you're leaving on their voice mail and this run and what you're gonna help some of you out gets better excuses and also Bruce they're going to kind of critique figure out whether we actually believe year okay so these are folks who called in and given us their best excuse and acted like where their boss on Monday morning take a listen yeah this is Jeff just calling because there's no way I'm going to make it in today got Zulu like symptoms and everything that's going on I don't want to thank everyone at the office my wife just started tutoring boy from China a little concerned about that I don't think it's going to be that crazy but there's no way they can wanted to give you a call call me if there's any questions thanks okay yeah yeah the day off right Joe I probably has a virus it was a good call yeah you're good what what is it was a good call okay are you Jeevan just get the day off sorry guys who purple evening tonight I'm not feeling well at all but I'll try there's no way the person sounds vaguely familiar I swear to goodness it sounds like a journey journal mark part of it I looked at me through it I'll try my best but there's no way I don't know if it is but let let's do it again sorry guys I know it's Superbowl evening tonight I'm not feeling well at all yeah yeah that's him the problem I think so you know what he's got the day off I think that that one that was we we gosh you guys are also we got a ton of cuts could call take a listen what favorite you know I know we've got that surgery tomorrow this weekend I ended up going to China and they won't let me back well Tuesday I'm stuck in China the corona virus excuse I'm gonna I'm gonna say I better see you Monday morning Bucko because I'm sorry I can't make it today he sure I got the.

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"mike line" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

Migratory Patterns

16:24 min | 2 years ago

"mike line" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

"It's always terrible but break up in front country divorced fun country maybe even with children involved expertise is one of those huge top accepted accepted. What hasn't yet in that really is a huge issue especially if you have But even just if you have one happened supporting data one financially Ashley. What happens when you separate who gets to stay in the apartment to you? Oh the other person. Especially if you're not eagerly married What will the other person? How'd you handle those things uh-huh and if you are in maybe extensive city and country you can't just say what I'm going to attend to ambient few weeks until we figure the salad I can't you can't just go to your sister? So your your best friend's place while you're figuring out those issues and I think that's where a lot of expert kappa struggle it. Because you have this concept what are we can't head issues because if we have issues than is the end of the world we won't survive this. I won't survive this and then that's sometimes puts a lot of pressure coppers which then make harder to actually work on this issue because you always feel like no. It just can't happen happened because Dan it's the end of the world. Yeah that's you know. Actually we I think we had a conversation about this Lisa you and I back. Maybe it was right after we got married or maybe it was right before we left Beijing. I can't remember but I know it came up at one point where we were just kind of thinking. I'd like well. What happens if we need to get divorced or something? Maybe just for tax reasons or whatever I mean forget the relationship part I mean just for practical reasons. Maybe 'cause I think you said something that had to do with a work visas and being able to kiss you never know because if you get a spousal visa into one country you're not allowed to work but if you go in as not a spouse you can get a work visa and perhaps Or maybe something like There's all sorts of situations but for whatever reason if we wanted to get divorced. I think we have to go to Beijing. Get go back to China. Yeah that's what we were trying to figure out and we've actually talked about now. I if we adopted kids like how it that work from moving to country did you to country. What kind of paperwork would we need? And if you know if we were to separate or guitar system point what would that mean in terms terms of our kids and since teacher I have seen that happen with the kids in my classes. I have seen families break up and you end up with one kid in one country entry and one kid another and you know it is. It's incredibly complicated and for us. You know we kind of at that place where it's like. We're we're not afraid to talk. Talk about any of those things but I I wonder how many people actually have those conversations Y- because obviously you're working towards the the best outcome and you want to beat the best partners but we knew are in a situation where you're outside of your home country and that separation is a big deal than yeah it's a challenging wait isn't a huge Out of my clients who only come to counseling. Once it's automative really bad you know. Most people don't come at the beginning of the issue and I've had clients who are obviously very obviously in a relationship that's really really bad for them but they say they can't keep what they would dictates and that's how it is. They talked to annoy. And that's how it is and those things that does so complicated in Sioux had to handle but then obviously also have the small stuff like. How'd you live a relationship when you an expert carpet? How'd you live? I said you know Matt I. When I'm traveling with my partner where to get at twenty four seven pretty much nossa all types of relationships that are so different from the very traditional relationship that most people live web ots go to work? You know. Think that's how it is now. In most developed countries both partners go to work and come back in the evening the end Spent maybe the weekends together. But as an expert Capri depending on how you can watch you. Do you can have a very different variations on this. And what a and out of Mike Line stance dropped waist Is this typical like how it used to be. You know the the wife at home in mother or the May be the mail trading spouse but one of the will to adopt more at home where the other one is working then. How'd you feel like you feel that? This is an equal marriage H.. Kind of thing. Do you really feel like you're sharing responsibility as it really. One person has to manage everything at home while the other ones may be running the living for the family and that brings up a lot of really interesting conversations and way too many type way too many couples. Just talk about math. And that's really the main issue. Yeah I like to think of it as kind of like the Olympics. There's a level of difficulty in the event. So there's always always there's always issues with marriage but when you do it overseas he's just adds a level of difficulty should get more points for married overseas. It is true but I think in some ways is it also removes some of the difficulties aspect because you get to create you environment for too much said Fried. You don't have you you your families your in-laws you're you know you expat living in the same city you don't have all of these other people who might interfere with relationship otherwise and I find it off next that couples are those who are striving striving because they get to create the relationship in the knife that they really want to live West West. Those who ask sometimes leading back home have all of these other people who are trying to to have their savings and that makes it more complicated. Actually no that makes sense. I definitely get that and I and I think that that is definitely something we've felt in like that we are partners you know and Crime and while we're on our own individual paths. We are very very much You know this this system of supports and Champion ship for each other and Mike you said like we have a lot of option in the world that we create around us which was actually part of what was particularly interesting about this. Move to volley is that you know the world you create around use in the people but it's also sometimes in the material things and it took so long for items to get here that we actually had a hard time creating the world around us in the way that we wanted to which added to the complicatedness but in general he has. It's very much you do. Get the chance to Kind of have what you WanNa have as close as you WANNA have it. Depending upon the flexibility you have moving different places uses and It kind of I think it depends on how much of of what you want to surround yourself. You're able to with but yes that that makes sense that in some ways it's more challenging in other ways it's it's a lot less challenging. I think wanting were constantly challenging. Is that fun out of People who do this expert spent life as a copy is that you can't imagine doing dental Matt so tied together the expert knife in the relationship and and why that is great because Each other off that it also puts pressure on the relationship at the time And I'm up for my clients actually as signal the expense which is interesting because they come with is the question of okay. I've been doing this for why am would more or less good at this. I know how to navigate foreign countries. I quit my the job but whenever media partner that I can share this life with Audu I have to maybe go back. What about that means? Because that's the only way I can meet someone and how'd you find someone who's willing to to be effectively waiting to try using Senate to support to support each other way. You're doing it. I have actually known people who back to their home. Country with the explicit like the express desire of finding a partner and then bringing them back abroad out with them. Do you know any who who were successful than that. Yes yes actually. We'll have have to do it. I I need to get them on the PODCAST. Well no I think more people try and make this connections where they're living. But but yeah I have known people whose explicitly went home to make that connection that brought their partners brought so Dr Yeager I don't want to take up too much more time. I'm but to kind of wrap up here can you talk a little bit about The work you do in a general sense and I guess what I mean. Is You know you our digital nomad and you find yourself working with fellow digital nomads. An Ex PATS and migrants. Can you talk about what drew you to that work. And and what kind of I don't want to say how easy it is because it's work is hard. It's supposed to be hard but you know how how easy is. Is it for people to find resources like you out there because we all need mental health Help sometimes but we'd always don't know how to find them do you. Do you find a need. That's unmet out there and Do you feel like your there are enough people trying to meet that need to step last question. It's really funny because when I talked to people like you who asked me about you know those kind of questions so digital nomads. Recently at a conference asking what. Oh how do I kinda therapists Towanda ends this lifestyle and I get a lot of those questions of how how did might be to find someone who understands this. WHO's familiar with dot and on the other hand we have in a community of at the moment? I don't know five hundred location independent therapist therapists interested in being location dependent to say. How do I find those clients? How how can I market to those international people? I want to work. I'm qualified therapists. I'm familiar with this lifestyle. But it's really hard to market to the people all over the world in. How do I do that so I actually think that tweeting about finding the right people? It's not that the arm there in both in both ways The clients ready to talk with her. This are there in the therapist. Ready to work with those clients. Have to sometimes. They are legal. Thanks to navigate gate can be a bit tricky when we work across borders time zones and countries in one of those things but the adults of US swing it and one of the things that you asked about that I find interesting. Did you know met for example. I don't have that kind of attachment to my physical surrounding into absolve. Having my I stuff and I don't have to wait for container to come. I have my backpack at my. You know fourteen kilos of backpack in another three of electronics office office supplies. And that's all I have And a few winter think strategically all over the places that I go back to one once..

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Do You Find It Difficult Asking For Money?

The Fast Growth Podcast

06:37 min | 3 years ago

Do You Find It Difficult Asking For Money?

"Been wanted to talk to you about for awhile so most of my clients most of our clients have one of the biggest issues they have have lots of people contact them a lot of people inquire about their services but they cannot convert them into into the decline than there is a lot of struggling that the c- <hes> at today's above example spoke to <hes> one one of my mike lines <hes> her name is jessica in jessica's being running the healing breakfast for walt. She's been she's been raking specialist and she's been doing ricky for a long long time but one of the biggest roadblock is <hes>. She doesn't have a problem getting the client but she has a huge huge huge problem problem charging those clients. She's been charging so she started with thirty dollars for a session bench. Increase it for thirty five forty bucks fifty dollars. That's right so now she's at a fifty dollars per session <hes> and she's finding it really rayleigh rayleigh difficult to actually sleep. Take it to the next level writer. This is most of the people if you have this blockage that you can't josh more. You must listen to this today because really wanna talk about the blockage the money blockage you have today not to not be able to accept money not being able to ask your client for more money. We are not being able to ask your relatives or friends. <hes> if the comment the house for you help not being able to charge them so if you have this problem album must listen to this today right because this might change your life see that is the biggest issue we have some money. Problem is is not just a one off problem. It's it's consistently same baton going around in your life so if you're one of those people who can't aunt charge to the clients rod declines come to you and they asking you know we need your services than you say yes. I'm happy to help you but at the end when the time in comes in you need to actually send them the invoice you charge them. You just can't would sell what yourself together and oscar the money looking for right and this is being. This has been the most people spending that they just can't charge money. They oxfam money and i think it's a it's goes back to the childhood. <hes> there's some sort of stuff happening the childhood way you develop that relationship with money that <hes> if you ask for money something bad might happen like give you an example of jessica just had this issue whenever she asked money from her mom and dad about something like in a bucket money attained tain to school. She always found that there was a fight happen ride whenever she went to mom and ask for money. <hes> mom just couldn't give because she wasn't working. Mama's dead and dad couldn't give the money because of any reason the meaning should go out of that was whenever i ask for money defied happens right so i must not ask for money so she never actually asked money for mom and dad and she never did anything unique. She never she whenever she needed money and she went to her parents and the something happened. Some sort of some sort of bad thing happened. According to some fight happened. Some argument happened some sort of <hes> in a disagreement that grumman happened and she developed his <hes> belief that whenever i go and ask for money something bad will happen and i she lived her most live <hes> based on that belief whenever she went out and offset glide for money. She believed that you know ascii. Money's a bad thing and that's that's not. I quit for if you are in the business world. If you're in the business world you're going to be asking load of clients for money. So what is quick fix for that. What is the quick fix for that so the quickest fix we found is working really well as you don't ask for money. Let other people ask money for on your behalf c credit third person have third bush and who would be asking for money in charging money for the clients rights have for example. You just say i'm my services gonna call us ninety bucks <hes> by session from now onwards and you let other people know that other person might be working five rs and her only job or his only job is <hes> just asking clients to pay for it. That's it nothing else so you could actually ask your daughter to do it. You could actually your friend to do it. You could ask anybody to do it and their job as saying <hes> you know they setting setting the appointment or if you can't do it and then just saying that bathing wise into this place that's it. You don't even talk to your client about money so if that's the problem in writing so this is the biggest thing when we spoke to jessica jessica just chachi was just like charging thirty bucks forty bucks fifty bucks and she couldn't increase freeze the amount to the best thing works people like that. He's if you have this money blockage way. You can't ask your client for money. The best to get a third bush involve and eh the third person off declined to pay as much as the rates are right so you don't need to get involved in that. The third person will say hang on dishes the fees this much is going to cost and book an appointment. Here's a link for the calendar booking appointment. If you're interested in that are making an automated thing that on the website it clearly says one sessions going to cost this much and you put it on the u._r._l. Out there so asked by doing this you putting yourself out of the picture because there is internal issue you have it. You definitely need to deal with. I'm not saying just put under the drug and forget about it. You definitely have to get it sorted with somebody who could actually help you in that but in the meantime to get that fixed the way to get that fixes sixes you take yourself out of the picture and get somebody else in wall and let them ask for money so that you could actually do what you're supposed to write. This is the way we do it. This is the way i thought of help. Jessica as jessica is not part of this. She just wide service in third person somebody else. Her friend works five hours. A week or six hours is a week for her and she does the other work she does sending the messages sending invoices to be pulling asking them to pay for it so that makes it easy because other russian doing it and <hes> you can actually breed with more people so hope this was useful gwen applying for a and i'm sure it's going to be really good for your business.

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This Economic Theory Could Be Used To Pay For The Green New Deal

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:30 min | 3 years ago

This Economic Theory Could Be Used To Pay For The Green New Deal

"This message comes from N._P._R.. Sponsor get around with get around your idol car can actually earn you money. Just share it on the APP and Rinse it out when you're not using it visit get around dot com slash share now to start sharing get around. It's go time New York. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez wants a green new deal clean energy guaranteed jobs when she announced this everyone asked how are you gonNa pay for it. Here's what she told morning edition earlier this year I the first thing that we need to do is kind of break. The mistaken idea that taxes pay for one hundred percent of government expenditure. She says ambitious government programs can be financed through deficit spending and in saying that she has spotlighted in an obscure brand of economics known as Modern Monetary Theory N._p._R.'s Scott horsely has a beginner's guide modern monetary theory's been around for years but it's only recently stepped out of the shadows economist Stephanie Kelsen Stony Brook. Doc University says that's partly thanks to Cossio Cortes. The Social Media Darling embraced the theory while making an unapologetic case for costly new government programs there was something of an oprah effect wrench she did that. People immediately probably started readied googling modern monetary theory to find out what she was referring to run that Google search and you'll quickly find Kelton herself. The Economist who advised Bernie Sanders Twenty sixteen campaign is one of the best known evangelist for 'EM MT Kelton says paying for big government programs is the easy part. If Congress has the will she argues the Federal Reserve can effectively print the money if Congress authorizes a few billion dollars of additional spending or a few hundred billion dollars then the feds job is to make sure that those checks don't bounce a central element of empty is that governments that control their own currency like the United States don't have to worry about spending more than they collect in taxes. This they can always create more money but Kelton says that's not a blank check for unlimited government spending too often people get a whiff of mt they don't read the literature and they somehow arrive at the takeaway that M._t._a.. is about printing prosperity and of course when people hear printing money they go straight to Zimbabwe Weimar Germany those are notorious cases of runaway price hikes but Kelton says inflation is only Nia danger when demand outstripped the real capacity of the economy the people machines and raw materials last week under questioning from Cossio Cortez Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell acknowledged the U._S.. Job Market has shown more capacity. Did you grow without triggering inflation. He and his colleagues had expected still vows no fan of MT as he told the Senate hearing back in February the idea that deficits don't matter for countries that can borrow in their own currency. I think is just wrong. We're. We're going to have to either spend less or raise more revenue taxes story and Bruce Bartlett also blast. 'EM MT as little more than a fig leaf giving license for big spending in the same way art laugher gave Republicans covered a cut taxes with the dubious claim. They'd pay for themselves. M. T. is sort of laugh recur for the Left. Some of them tease biggest supporters however are not liberal politicians but bond traders but firms like Pimco and Goldman Sachs James Montier. WHO's with the investment firm G._M._O.? Says he turned him Mt. After more conventional economics. Let him astray in the nineteen nineties. Monty and many others were convinced. Japan's rising government debt would drive up borrowing costs. It didn't across both Mike Lines or anyone who stupid enough to follow me money. It was one of the worst trait positions I've ever suggested in my entire life. Monte says M. T. offers better financial forecast and helped him understand why interest rates in the U._S. asks have stayed low. Despite growing government deficits persistently low interest rates have also prompted some mainstream economists like Larry Summers and Jason Ferment to rethink their attitudes and be less concerned about federal deficits but they haven't.

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