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How Trump and Biden are making their pitches in battleground states

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

01:44 min | Last month

How Trump and Biden are making their pitches in battleground states

"If you look at a lot of these swing state polls is you look at them understand that the trump still is polling. Below the number he got twenty sixteen right he he's not pitching in to the support that he was getting in most of these polls. If not, all of them Joe Biden is polling ahead of where Hillary Clinton was. Right. A lot of these states are are states trump won that he's not leading in now. So I would say it's not a it's not as bad as you think it is. But B The pilot is almost certainly going to tell you buckle up your seat belt because. It's GonNa get closer. It's why we call them swing states or battleground states. So my my my thing on Florida's we get into this one quick thing in the last six presidential elections forty, five, million votes have been cast in Florida and the difference between Democrats and Republicans in that total of forty five million votes is a little more than eighty five, thousand death-ray Florida's Florida, I mean, it's GonNa be tight. It is going to be a very tight race all the way there. It's going to be a one point to point race. It's always has been, and if it's two points that's big in Florida, a Roberts set so. It doesn't surprise I. I agree with my thought I don't I kind of questioned the tide all in terms of the the strength of trump with Latinos over Biden air. I'm little asking that as well but even then you look at those numbers that finds doing much better with seniors than Hillary did in two thousand, sixteen in Florida I mean it's sort of offset the different race. It's not the same but it's going to be very tight.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"And that is the trump reelection campaign right there. Oh I agree I think that is totally the paintbrush and it's just true enough to be a danger to the Democrats that they don't control their left wing and I'll get biden props in his speech. He walked away a little bit from the tone of his own convention. He didn't do groups he he did the reaganesque and on a good day the Obama esque one national purpose going forward argument, which is one reason I think the main reason why the speech was so good. So I think Biden gets it but he's got to watch his flank on this stuff because people don't want radical change they want returned to normalcy in an. Economy that works and a president who doesn't wear clown shoes they don't WanNa. Go in the AFC crusade well, and I'll say one of the I'll say one other thing Mike which I think you know we've not noted about the Democratic convention. The other thing was you know there are a lot of people in the left to were unhappy with that convention for a very particular reason which is that they felt that gave too much space to Republicans which is just reinforcing your point I. Think the Biden people were very attentive to the notion that they wanted to pre but this argument and they gave more time you had John Casick and Susan Molinari and Colin Powell and John McCain coming back to endorse Biden from the grave I. Mean there was a lot of republican acreage way more than the left of the party wanted to see that was not a mistake that was a an attempt to get ahead of this thing and you've seen it even this week you know they're continuing I think smartly, I don't know how much you I don't know how much we think it will matter that Jeff Flake came out and endorsed him Biden yesterday or this morning that you know Carly Farinas endorsing him but they are continuing to beat the drum for a very particular purpose which is. To say, this is not this is a guy who who, who, the old fashioned Mike Murphy Republicans like this guy and and those people would not be endorsing him if he was captive to AFC or captive Bernie Sanders or check ovar whoever they think he's captive to right no, no no, it's totally a counterweight to that narrative and it's important because what I think you see and they're more groups coming I'm up to my neck and all this stuff is both the permission structure for Republicans, who nobody's wrong but it's not been ideological. It's not so much. Oh, trump's because there's no ideology in this election are than what trump's trying to interject. The Biden can at least govern competently and respect some of the values of the presidency and most of all, the rule of law and trump can't. So, but I agree the Biden campaign is using. It's funny. Somebody tweeted me why did Jon Meacham get more speaking time than of see and I shot back because they WANNA win. And so I think the Biden campaign gets it. We gotta get to Male, but I just have to say on this point that something you just said kind of haunts me. Which is the key that? The competences sort of the essence of that message in it reminds me of nineteen eighty-eight that was remember the the message of the Dukakis Convention was he was competent competent not ideology, right? Zodiacal Jay and and and then Bush went primal on them Roger. AILES ran one of the great negative campaigns, negative ad campaigns of all time and they destroyed You know it was all about the flagon. And Crime and Crime was copy. It's the colder, the birth of the culture war and and Adam. Nagourney, wrote a piece about this in the New York Times that I've been waiting for someone to write just the other day which was you know what happened in eighty eight was you know you had that big inflated Dukakis? Lead. Stab you had bush. Can you had the bush convention in New Orleans which was very successful and it was the thousand points of light convention and then immediately after that convention you saw Stu Pledge of allegiance Willie Horton and the Aclu all deployed very quickly at the end of August and into early September and that that Culture War Holy Trinity of. The culture wars, the birth of where it started modern culture politics start right then and and that's what trump is trying to do in a less subtle less sophisticated way. Totally. I worked on that campaign for Roger Ailes and yeah I I I wrote a piece in the bork three weeks ago about this where I remember sitting on a station wagon going through the competent. So making a film about the Masters Miracle, you know people thrown bottles, castanos tonight and it was the classic case of jump, ball definition. One Who'd Mike Dukakis ran new? So he can say it's about competence because as you guys know every campaigns, an amplifier and the truth. He was kind of a classic liberal northeastern Paul so that we picked the pejorative elements of that and blew him up and again that's one reason I was against Harris because I think the same electron microscope is heading for Biden and binds got pretty good robust defense going but the vulnerabilities air and the definition microscope is common. Yeah. We don't have time for Gina Raimondo right now but. I I did. Save the day but the one thing I would say is that Biden is not Dukakis Agreed agreed culturally he and that's why I think the cultural rooting they did last week was really smart. Okay..

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

06:41 min | 3 months ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"From the beginning, doing what governors have done, I was long at the I was looking at this NBC Poe from North Carolina the other day that had him up. I think it had trump by up seven, but what was really interesting to me was trump was at a forty, five forty eight three points under on his approval rating, the Democratic governor of that State Roy Cooper is at fifty, nine, thirty five. Why I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that he's handled this covert crisis responsibly, and by the way that was the state that trump. Trump was he was angry at Cooper because he wouldn't let him have his rally his convention there overwhelmingly in this poll I think sixty one percent of the voters there said the state was right to prioritize its health protocols for large gatherings over the objections of the president, so if he had just behaved like the governors have behavior many of the governors and acted responsibly. I think this would be an entirely different a different election right now. Totally it was actually a big opportunity for trump, but the crazy gotten away, which is not surprising. We look at the mailman, mailbag. Right, Matt specifically address this question to Mike Murphy since he worked on George H W Bush's eighty-eight campaign. That's getting a lot of attention this week. Because Dukakis had a huge lead at one point, seventeen points I believe after the convention, it was as Biden currently does but still lost decisively. Mike, from your recollection. This is where I ask that the mental acuity quick. From your. Recollection, what happened in that race that allowed Bush to come back, and what can or can't that? Raise tell us about. We're twenty. Twenty Mike go well first of all. Why H. P. R.? Um, okay, there's my name backwards. I, you guys dry it all those exit axelrod. It's not easy. Question so the truth is I'll never forget driving through Alex custody. I driving through at night, the combat zone as it was then caught a Boston with the camera, strapped to the roof of the station wagon, engaging in dialogue with people were throwing stuff at us as we did a little film. Welcome to Massachusetts about Mike Dukakis. We did then in eighty eight. What you guys in the Obama campaign did against Mitt. Romney and has been done lot, which is we moved the focus of the election away from what people did like about President Bush, which was mostly linked to the economy. To who is this guy that would replace them and oh? My God he's worse the so we were able to do a better job defining Mike Dukakis Dukakis. And that worked pretty well. Campaign led by Rodger Ales by the way on the media side, and it was. It was probably one of the that the the the weeks between that. Democrat Convention and Labor. Day were probably some of the most effective weeks of negative media that I have seen in American politics I. Think the difference here is that. Trump is is so much part of the issue and the virus has made him. So people have decided as you say, many people decide. They want to fire him. Biden does have to be careful. And he asked to use this convention and the other sort of the the debate, certainly and his own advertising to fill in blanks about himself, so that trump has not, but trump lost the opportunity to do that because of the virus, and I think it's cost him. The world is so different now and obviously they're not be to Republican politicians more different than George Herbert Walker Bush a Donald J trump, but I do think one thing is interesting thinking about that race, which is that the troika of? That that that that Bush used against Dukakis that the furlough program and Willie Horton Yeah that the pledge the pledge of allegiance and Mike Dukakis, his membership in the Aclu Thou that was the Holy Trinity or the Unholy Trinity that that was used to take Dukakis out, and the interesting thing about it is that all of them are completely made up bullshit issues. That had nothing to do with being. Being President and it does kind of point out that the world is really different now, but it raises the question, and what the trump campaign really has to do with Biden is to try to essentially run a campaign negative campaign against him kind of about nothing. That's what they're. They had the same age that Bush. People pulled off, but I thought you were going to make a different point. It but ultra culture war issues Tom an an and trump is nothing. If not a cultural warrior, George W Bush was an he sort of he a seat? He assented to it because he knew that was the only way he could win win. Trump really believes it. He and you know and he eats so there's no doubt that's where it's going to go. The question is the question is in the midst of a of A. Year, pandemic hundred year, epic pandemic, and the things that are going on here. can that prevail, and that's why memories of that campaign. Why I'm so obsessed with the vice presidential pick because I don't WanNa. See Biden Open the door to let those kind of things be created now the other difference though is that trump is an incumbent you know. Bush had been the VP the Reagan, so he was kind of a semi incumbent. Incumbent but was more an open seat, which was about a jump ball to define and on this, when trump is defined and trump again as we keep, saying goes on television, the Middle Van, democ every night, and keeps defining himself in the wrong way, so that that gives Biden some real headwind that the caucus never had I next question all right here. We go I'm going to read this one to you David. This comes from Mari. I believe that Amos spell correctly. It's M.. A. R. R. Y. Releasing Mari before, but okay. Here we go ra typo could be married, but anywhere could it's either Mari or Mary one of the other Mari Mary were appreciate your your question to David Axelrod David. What kind of message can the Biden campaign send a former trump supporters that have come to their to come to their senses, however belatedly and welcome them back to the real world, where consequences matter hard to admit being duped, but is there a soft touch inclusive message? Yeah know I think this is really important, because I don't think you invite people over to your camp by telling them what stupid it's! They were in the first place and I you know there. There's been advertising running I. Don't know whether it's under binds Aegis or some of the third parties. Maybe it's yours Murphy, but a of testimonials from Republicans. Who voted for trump who have changed their mind and explaining. Explaining why and I think it's really important to create that permission structure for those Republicans who want cross crossover to say we did this. It.

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03:33 min | 10 months ago

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

14:29 min | 1 year ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"A share tax on taff with David axelrod and Mike Murphy State of Florida what do you think I think that this is going to be a real experiment this hex on tap because is it morning or night it I'm not sure what late here in Columbus I'm operating on fumes but I'll tell you what I think you think makes a lot of sense that's often what happened I think Eric Mariel Cuomo wants said that only in cowboy movies to shoot backwards and that's what Elizabeth Warren last night because she is now certify ably the front runner based on the returns from last night's debate and the amount of attention that she got I think everyone had her name on their lips and not always in the kindest of ways yeah she got the old loved size you get when everybody figures you are the thing between them and then shot at the nomination I think that's true and I'll tell you I think mayor Pete had a big the thing happened last night it was the first time at least to me that he was not an observer and a commentator one of these events but an active fighting participant and Psalm with you guys on CNN afterward and he had the gleam in his eye of somebody who figured out that if you draw a little blood it tastes good so I think if pe- breakthroughs in Iowa New Hampshire and really gets in this race last night will be where it started for him well I agree with you and I think that was his objective going into race they sort of signaled that he was going to tangle with the Warren Maybe with Beto Warren over Medicare for all Mara that in a second and but he needed look we've talked about this many many times before here Pete needs to convert itself into the kind of Alpha character that people can actually conceive of as president of the United States and I think he did as well as he he can do in that debate less than he had a lot of big moments let's in fact let's listen to one of those he he was attacked serve obliquely Tulsi Gabbard for wanting to stay in Syria and for attacking trump on removing the troops precipitously that led to this chaos we see now in the slaughter of Kurds and he was quite passionate about it let's let me with ready. Meanwhile soldiers in the field are reporting that for the first time they feel ashamed ashamed of what their country has done we saw spectacle the horrifying sight of a woman with the lifeless body of her child arms asking what the Hell happened to American leadership and when I was deployed I knew one of the things keeping my speech safe was the fact that the flag on my shoulder represented a country known to keep its word and our allies knew it and our enemies can take that away you are taking away what makes America America it makes our troops and world a much more dangerous the passion seemed very genuine and it was on a national security issue which is really really valuable. If you're trying to model for the roller auditioned for the role of president of the United States and you're right I mean I think the Makita his night was that he he was willing to face up with people in really go at it and and that was something you know they treated the last few debates as sort of town hall meetings were people having happened to be standing around him and now yeah now you look I mean I want to be realistic you know he still has a lot of obstacles ahead of him but he was moving in Iowa before this debate I have to believe this will help him there and Mike the other I think sort of stand out former last night was amy Clova Shar I don't think at the end of the day she has the resources to go anywhere we'll talk about money numbers later she's in a deep hole she's not even qualified for the next debate but her big players to go after a moderate voters in Iowa pitas fishing ponders well and the guy who I think is most vulnerable to to having some of his votes taken from a by them is Joe Biden and and I don't think he had a great night it may not impact him we've seen him have sort of laggard debate nights before and it hasn't really affected his numbers dramatically probably may not here but he was sort of a he was an episodic participant in the debate last night you know and he had some animated since and then he just disappeared at time no I'm with you on that you know it's interesting I think both Cla Char and Buddha judge figured out that a good strategy for them is to be the better biden come from the center laughed Corner Up Warren and the liabilities of the Medicare for all plan and I thought they both did really well no amy's problem is she really needs a time machine to have done this a couple of debates ago and get in the race she was waited to an hour before midnight to show up and you know the difference between them and and we'll get into this because the other great info this out is all the FTC money the island New Hampshire and your cash on hand or the three things that count and at nine times as much money as amy so it might be too late for her you know only the voters via look at tower that rescue but you're right about Biden you know he is expectations have been lowered to the point where just survival is considered a win and while he had a couple of moments talk about it was the same kind of shuffling performance I think a big problem he has is that Buddha judge and booker and some extent Kamla most of the rest of the fielder worn when she's on her are very loquacious and that really hangs bad lantern on his stumbling around and Mala perhaps and all that so you know that plus his money which we're talking about not great not great vulnerability there and nothing last night made me think change my opinion that I think the odds are greater he's not the nominee than he is it's interesting you you you make the point that so important which is if you're a Buddha judge and you know for to some degree of closure and you need to make a progress at binds expense you don't do that by going after Biden which would have been a bad strategy do it by going after the front runner on the other ideological side of this debate and that's what they that's what they both did you know Elizabeth Warren as I mentioned to begin running for the first time really got scuffed up in this debate I think at the end of the day she probably fine but it was a preview of things to come in particularly around this issue of Medicare for all let's listen to an exchange Medicare for all this is why people here in the Midwest are so frustrated with Washington in general and Capitol Hill in particular your signature senator is to have a plan for everything except this no plan has been laid out to explain how a multi trillion dollar hole in this medicare for all plan that Senator Warren is putting forward is supposed to filled in her Kryptonite is clearly the cost of planet she doesn't have an answer she does not play well we know from the polling I'm sure the pollsters for the other campaigns happy that it doesn't test well either so we saw Warren really wobble for the first time I agree it doesn't knock her out but it showed up on ability in a clear way that has only been hinted at before I think that this is an intriguing issue because it's a signature issue it's going be a focus of Republican attacks you would know that better than I and it's the one place where she is not not a standing on firm around and I really wonder how this is going to evolve here she said on that CNN show I'm sticking with it you know the Bernie Sanders plan is is the plan and I asked this the one you're going to introduce if you're president and she she intimated yes but left enough wiggle room she's a Wylie coyote on this issue yeah well you are you saying that the Medicare for all bill that is in the Senate that you signed onto Bernie Sanders bill is the Plan that you are running on and the plan that you will try and implement when you become if you become president of the United States you're not going to have your own plan you're satisfied with the Sanders Plan I think Medicare for all is the way that we make sure that everybody gets covered at the lowest possible cost and that you and a lot of people like you do not have to spend hours on the phone arguing with insurance companies only to be told no tell you call me cynical but this is too I think her she might have a very detailed plan on this it's just not public because the plan is the minute Bernie is no longer a threat she'll wrap it up evolved a Medicare for all which tends to thousand times better so I think she might still have an escape hatch there it is a gift Donald Trump if she takes a firm position Medicare for all into the general election you know and I know and most practical politicians that healthcare politics is like jumping into a swimming pool razor-blades it is a very dangerous places Republicans found out in the midterms and Democrats found out in elections before that if you're the agent of big chains you take on Political this can I don't know what I what I want to see now is Bernie who by the way is looking sharper than before Bernie wasn't really funny was an advertisement for stance brought to you by evil pharmaceutical companies by the way I I didn't hear a thank you from him for that but he was he was good and he has an opportunity to attack around the other side and really corner or if she does start the wiggle that's one reason I think she's probably a little worried about her left flank on the Medicare did actually attack or even Bernie attached Dr a little last night for not being as clear on the fact that their taxes would go up as a result he's about ready for that yeah he's got freedom of a true believer who add some in some form or fashion may know that he's not probably headed for the White House but really wants to raise these issues he's by the way did you see he's getting the endorsement of Ao see and other squad members you know I think they have a distant cousin of Trotsky is it a problem for a Elizabeth Warren who is competing with him for a progressive voters and particularly younger voters will this move anyone do endorsements matter but yeah I mean look old conventional wisdom like two days ago was Bernie at a heart attack he's on the way down and and He is a Zombie candidate new conventional wisdom Bernie has a new lease on life and he's still in the race and in these cash on hand numbers we're GonNa talk about he is by far the best funded candidates so he's he's got a lot of I'm coming toward I tend to hate all conventional wisdom but I thought trying to cover up a heart attack in that stumbling would increase the spiral but the performance he gave last night early in his cardiovascular system so it'll be interesting to see if he opens up a top paid ads the works front on her on the left contrast with her on the Medicare for all in the debate but he's been very reluctant to go right at her and and we'll see if that happens but in any case his hanging around is not great news for her in this race so my bottom line on Warren I think she had he had some good moments in that debate she is she's a very very smart person and a very adroit debater and you know she was taking incomes in coming from all directions and I thought that she parried them mostly well the Medicare for all thing was a glaring deficiency in because her evasions were were pretty obvious but I think she did well you mentioned Bernie's healthcare I mean you Bernie's health and that prompted questions about about age four and Joe Biden got this question and clearly he'd been laying on the hitch and here's what he had to say about that what are the reasons I'm running is because of my age in my experience with it comes wisdom we need someone to take office this time around who on day one can stand on the world stage command the respect active world leaders from Putin.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Time so leading full synthetic castrol edge. We're going to be doing comedy off Broadway. We will be doc looking at now. That's the guy from the Celtics the owner oh no but oh yeah the celtics honest. I I don't know who the fuck is. Yeah could could be us. It's got some Cuban 'em to have Gilbert Godfrey. Okay all right. Jesus crisis one comedian. It's Never Dolph Lundgren. He's funny so he's Gilbert. Sometimes yeah it's true. I get a lot of norms toggle. I've like norm always always comedy off Broadway and Lexington Kentucky. Keep this Friday and we're doing a live pod. There couple tickets left so that's the twentieth and come on out so the fudges pack nap uptown theater. I'll be doing stand up there. The following Friday that'll be the twenty seventh and crawl is unprepared and then we're going on the cruise October third man but during the live pod West Palm Palm Beach Florida at the Improv Dot Com for all the lie. I think you'll love it. Good sports coming up next and until next Eckstein sound protein ball Brian and Mike Murphy saying Mahala Hire Women to write your jokes folks today's episode of good sports with Dave damage second. Adam Corolla is coming up next warning. This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical not for sale. The miners website restricted to adults twenty one and over. Hey if you're smoking Eh and enjoy the satisfaction of nicotine but you don't.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"B. boom coming up and i'll be personally looking into do that to prepare for some field experiences well. Hey we got a huge mail bag. If you wanna send us mailbag information or questions or comments you can do it at hacks on tapa apogee mail dot com hacks tap gmail.com so acts. Let's go to this mill bay. We have so many nice comments so i we should thank everybody for that so our first bill big question today is from susan which is i love listening to your show. Thank you susan but i am a bit tired of hearing republicans also in the new york times and the washington post who don't like trump telling democrats who we should nominate to run for president. Why should republicans be telling democrats who nominated republicans nominated mandated trump. Why should we trust. The judgment of republicans democrats beat trump by nearly three million votes. We wiped out many republicans in the house in two thousand eighteen including in many quote safe republican district. We kicked out republican governors. We won state houses. We won big in michigan all the way down the ballot all without out republican votes insincerity. I just don't get why republicans are so sure that we need them to win. What's the rationale for that. Reasoning acts well first of all. We should point that she made it a point. It was a lengthier question of saying. She was not attacking. Mike murphy here and i want to know why she doesn't want to attack mike murphy. I heard attack mike murphy exactly but <hes> i look the truth is yes. Democrats did have a big <hes> a big day last november in the midterms and they won seats and thirty or more <hes> district's that <hes> trump carried <hes> but they did that in part by bringing over some people who had voted for trump or another candidate other than hilary clinton in two thousand and sixteen and in these battleground states <hes> <hes> which are going to be competitive again <hes>.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"They pulled the chair tax on tap with david axelrod rod and mike murphy alright asshole pressing desire hundred million dollar man we says what he says he'll spin is jumped into the race we all know from those impeachment ads what do you think does it really mean anything to the big players or is he gonna be a sidebar candidate with a lot of money just been really hard for me to say i was you know skeptical when he started running impeachment adds that he was the star of a early in the trump administration any random straight through spent tens and tens and tens of millions of dollars on those built a a a list of of a for impeachment of you know six seven million people i don't know if that's transferable a to him now a you know it's hard to see where he plays and there's a hundred million dollars is a hundred million dollars and you know he is he is poaching on the turf of some others he comes from the left a so we'll see what kind of impact he has yeah i think he might be able to hurt people that money where see what he can do for himself i think he's gonna hurt the where do you where do you think you'll hurt while i worry a little bit with a bunch of consultants on the payroll and a hundred millions saying well for you to go up they gotta go down and he might start poking at people and you know there's just kind of a a toddler with a machine gun risk i think in a big field when you have somebody trying the standout who doesn't have a natural base because they're all running his green candidates i i don't know his way in other than spending a lot of money and a that as we all know is not always the big deal but if you look at the normal financials rules in the ftc report world were getting those second quarter numbers in which is a x ray what they're raising and i think there's a pretty clear winner don't you bet we agree yeah yeah i mean they're they're really a couple of winners one is a mayor pete pete buddha judge who who raised a twenty five million dollars which was a big number will talk about fat a a little bit later but the one that really caught my eye was elizabeth warren joe biden raise twenty one and a half million dollars a lot of money that was expected people like questions about warren because she didn't do well in the first quarter a she a in this quarter she raised nineteen million dollars in saying that makes said no worthy is she's doing it all online she's not doing fundraiser she said that she finds those fundraisers corrupting the hang with wealthy people and she'd rather spend money with the rank and file a voters a an there's a lot of question as to whether she could pull this off well she did it eighty percent of new donors which means a she is expanding her base these are renewable because because they're small donors they could give again and again and it means she's gonna be fully funded a you know in the near term in an end maybe the longterm in this campaign that's a big big thing yeah you gotta give her credit for it they claim eighty percent new donors there in washington spun down in the beginning but i think you and i both and talking about her message does resonate and this is proof of that that she's growing what the smaller donor she also needs the money because she has a big burn rate and she's built probably the strongest early organization in iowa so you gotta give her i think the ftc report when i give a bronze.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"They pulled the chair tax on tap with david axelrod rod and mike murphy murphy we haven't spoken since be early morning hours of friday in the the the blush of the debate but now you know it's always true that you have to wait and see how things settle in a few days before you can really assess what happened what what happened doesn't a differ that much from a from and what we saw but now we see some numbers on it there every different polls that show joe biden with like a ten point drop a in support since that debate in a significant boost calmly harris so you're sitting sitting in a war rooms of these two campaigns and will get togethers in a minute what do you thinking let's let's start with biden because i looks looks to me like yeah that's the study being the guy problems here yeah i would be first of all i'd be thinking how much whiskey do we have in the hotel is we might need all of it because i think in in the biden campaign has been sending it tell here of course calmly did very well in the debate but she also won the media echo chamber afterwards so now that moves the noise meter this early polling it really shows you how on tethered everything is so if i were in the biden world i'd be kinda i know that what's coming bad debates get worse in the coverage afterward is everything you did that was good is forgotten and i'd be thinking about all right we we gotta make a call here can joe get a lot better and the tell i'm saying is they don't think he can so i would try plan b only thing i got left and i may be wrong about joe getting better i'd try anyway but they seem to be doing that i would i would pivot big foreign affairs where i'm supposed to be the world master trump's giving me a big opportunity of north korea i would jump on it and pick a fight on on my issue and try to change the channel we should a dilemma limit queue up a a little bit of an exchange that donald trump had with his new best friend kim jong hoon a in north korea the other day and then let's get back to the point you just may can we got to meet andrei stepping post headline was agreed on a lot of progress has been made a lot of friendships have been made in particular a great friendship so i just wanna thank you very much you notice i wanna say leaving aside the fact that people on your side of the aisles head would be exploding right now if that was brock obama standing next to kim jong hoon who has done very little in the way of concessions a an called him a great friend the world's world's greatest human rights abusers aisha a you know a nuclear pirate 'em pretty remarkable but forget about that why isn't joe joe biden has been involved in foreign relations the national security issues for forty five years he a any boasts of it you know normally he he he never raised any of these issues never raised iran never raised anything in the debate that i can remember that was at least memorable about national security and these things are happening why isn't joe biden out there kicking trump's hassen is you know i i don't get.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Allo campaign junkies. This is Mike Murphy. Imagine you're out on the campaign trail and you walk into a bar stuff with the traveling show of American politics. Reporters candidates staff. You pull up an empty barstool you turn and see sitting next to you and ready to talk politics is David Axelrod, President Obama's fame, political adviser, and longtime political consultant and Mike. Murphy, the brains behind John McCain's brilliant, two thousand straight talk express campaign, and a veteran of what is it about a million campaigns of too many campaigns? But all fun including some campaigns one and lost against the great David Axelrod, we've been friends for a long time, and we talk politics between ourselves about what's really going on, on the telephone. Or when we see each other, then we thought maybe other people would like to hear these conversations. And so we got the idea for hacksaw on tap. And the reason we're going to be watching the early campaign and beyond so carefully is the process. Defines the candidates, yet, you know, Mike, I I always. Thought that presidential campaigns were little like, NASA in that you could be in the simulator, you can write about it. You can talk about it, but unless you've been up in orbit. You don't really understand what a presidential campaign is the, the G forces and all the different challenges that you face and what you should take seriously and what you should not. We're going to talk about what's really going on what you don't really hear in the media from people who've been there and seen it and know all the inside dope is going to be funny. Interesting reverent, and once our even going to have a great guest a real hack who might even have been elected to something. So if you wanna get the real inside ride on the campaign trail, give us a try on all your podcast platforms hacks on tap subscribed today..

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State of emergency declared ahead of Charlottesville anniversary

24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

State of emergency declared ahead of Charlottesville anniversary

"Year after a woman Was killed in a violent. White nationalist rally in Charlottesville Virginia city and state officials are readying, for this weekend's anniversary acting city manager Mike Murphy he only acceptable outcome is that we ensure public safety this weekend And for that reason today we will be releasing to you, all that I have signed this afternoon a. Declaration of local emergency only one organizer of last summer's events seems intent on publicly marking. The anniversary Jason, Kessler has plans for a rally in Washington on

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Michigan governor and state dismissed from Flint water lawsuit

24 Hour News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Michigan governor and state dismissed from Flint water lawsuit

"He do that I think you have to you have to have symbolic garden an ecosystem of what. A business, needs, capital training, examples, role, models So Tackles were trying to have all of those things in place with Gilbert and former NFL. Player Donnie Jones in a fireside chat at the national association of black journalists convention underway here in Detroit Gilbert also now that he is investing in a venture capitalist fund started by Jones defined minority owned tech companies in. Detroit Stephanie, Davis WW j. NewsRadio nine. Fifty several metro-detroit cities were under a tornado warning late Tuesday. Night and now we've learned that reports about a tornado have been confirmed NewsRadio nine. Fifty, sorry Huber with the latest national weather service says a tornado touchdown in Taylor near Southland mall on your Rica road at around twelve, forty four AM and for two minutes. Meteorologist Trent phrases damage to the three buildings in some trees was consistent with eighty mile an. Hour winds surveyors went to the area to assess that. Damage we look for the way that the damages. Spread, basically if you see some kind of chaotic nature to it or some kind of You know. Circular patterns to a indicates that its rotational damage no injuries were reported the last time a tornado touch down in that area was in garden city in nineteen eighty seven the last time metro Detroit thoughts her NATO was. In December, of two thousand fifteen in. The canton Plymouth area is a her Hoover w w j. NewsRadio nine fifty man it's just about fourteen hundred homes and businesses that are still. Without, power following those storms DTE energy says the outages are concentrated in western Wayne County the utility company says those without power should be, restored by late this morning at its. Peak it was thirty two thousand customers in the dark police are investigating a motorcycle accident that. Left one person with serious injuries the crash close westbound. Ninety six after m fifty nine near Howell Wednesday. Afternoon, Livingston county sheriff Mike Murphy says the victim has been hospitalized in critical condition A class action lawsuit in connection with the. Flint water crisis we'll be moving forward in federal court but not involving governor Rick Snyder a. One hundred twenty eight page opinion released Wednesday by federal Judge Judith Levy says the court action will move forward against twenty. One defendants including two former emergency managers attorneys for Flint residents say the state, violated people's constitutional. Rights when officials decided to move to the Flint.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"Most the feedback I get has nothing to do with my technical knowledge or how will I know gear Photoshop for how to set up a podcast most have to do with my work ethic and how I do my own thing. And what I create is not like anyone else's. It's my authenticity, inconsistency that people appreciate the most. I'm not trying to be different. I just am. And so are you the content I create is one hundred percent me. It is a whole lot easier and less work being yourself than mimicking. The work of others are putting your energy following someone else's path. When I say I'm a one man band, this is what I mean. I'm in this content creation game for the long. Hall in the only way that I'm gonna make it is by showing up as me every single day. Same with you. The final ingredient for the secret to success in content creation is no secret, but that is story. It's the most important element really at ties everything together stories are all people remember in think about in share with others. When my friend died, I remembered the stories, the experiences we shared that made me smile or laugh or took me to a place stories, connect people. They trigger emotions and make your content relatable. Why do people love Instagram stories, and Snapchat and probably Instagram, TV and the horizon because creators let their guard down and tell the real story by just being themselves your business and your brand and content is telling your story in everything you do in it is up to you what the narrative is. You have complete control over how your story is toll. Old, but the way to make it stick in the memorable is consistency. People do not remember the time. You upload a bad video or had a bad day. They remember that you seem like a good person who shows up day after day, given it your all every comment and post that you make unsocial every podcast episode. Every article you publish in video, you make it's telling your story of who you are as a creator. My daily quick tips. They're not stories in themselves, but the story behind my brand, my business is that I love sharing my knowledge making videos that I think will help people. The story I am telling is the journey that I am on to make it as a content creator in not the actual content that I make every day. My story is that I'm putting in the hard work to create the life I want and be the best person I can be in both life and business. My story is that I am relentless and will not stop trying until I figure it all out. I tell it over and over by showing up. Up every day regardless of how hard it is. And at the end of the day, it is what people see in my content. If the content bring value to the lives of others than the story will be shared in that is the recipe for success. My favorite definition of branding that I've heard is branding is how people talk about you when you are not in the room. This is your story in his upper you how you want it to be told. So in conclusion, I created this episode to remind myself in you that you get one shot. You get one at bat in how you treat others and how you make other people feel is how people are gonna. Remember you when you're gone the recipe for success as a content creator, it's easy, be nice to others mean what you say spread a positive message simply by being a person of good character and working hard, be yourself. It is much easier to do. Go all in on what you are good at and what you enjoy. Make content. You really. Care about and that you generally think others will find value from make content that makes a connection with others and build relationships. The content you create tells the story of you and your brand make good and keep it real live each day. Like it matters create and do work like it matters b the person or brand that makes other people's lives better just by knowing you my life is better knowing my friend that just passed away. And I hope other said the same thing about me in my brand when I am not around that, I make their lives better. And I hope they say the same about you..

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"Reminder from podcast to stop evaluate how you're living each day because each one matters you get one shot. Have you ever gotten a phone call or text when someone says they are on your way over to their house and suddenly you become aware that your house is a mess and you race to clean it up. Don't let this happen with your life. Get in the habit of doing the little things every day. So you are always ready and prepared for the unexpected life maintenance, if you will, and you'll definitely want to throw in health and wellness and doing things you enjoy into your everyday maintenance routine. It all matters and you need to start today. So what does all these life lessons and reflection 'isms have to do with your business and brand and content creation will. The answer is everything. I have created one hundred forty, seven podcasts episodes. Looking back the episodes that get the most bead back and comments are those where I share a personal story. I have close to five hundred videos on YouTube in the commerce I get the most by far is thank you so much for responding. I didn't actually expect you to the same thing happens when people felt my contact for my website or Email me directly at cannot believe you actually wrote me back disbelief that I'm being a good human. Quite honestly, this is baffling to me because why wouldn't I reply or answer someone who took the time to write to me, this is common courtesy one. Oh one as far as I'm concerned, but the longer I'm online, the longer I'm realizing that maybe this is not the norm or so oughta Matic for everyone. You are never too busy or important to not hit reply or say, thank you in someone reaches out you, Gary v has millions of followers and he personally replies to his emails in his tweets in so do countless others who have massive followers. Common courtesy. One a one applies to online brings noon. June right. First ingredient for content creators create content for people, real human beings who breathe the same air. You do if you saw them in a coffee shop, you would smile and say, Hello, they are consuming your content. Be conscious of this. You are writing articles recording podcasts, making videos, creating Instagram's stories for people not for double taps likes and follows is what you are making something you would want to consume and you put effort and care into what you make or are you just going through the motions, creating content is hard, make it all count and never lose perspective that there is someone just like you on the other end creating content, it's about establishing relationships and you should treat the relationship with your audience. With the same respect, you would friend which leads me to my next ingredient in the secret.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"Of a tip and more of a reminder, but take photos and videos every time that you're with friends, family, any Bakke Shen regardless of how many times you are together, have a system in place to organize and backup your photos. So you can easily find in share when you really need them. Okay. So back to remembering the little things in by little, I mean, the most important things in life. I remember Mike say Hello to everyone in holding the door for people giving up a seat for an older person at the bar. I remember all those nice things. Those good things he did for people when nobody was looking in like all of us, he had so many shortcomings and weaknesses and imperfections. And I didn't remember those things as anything other than that's who he was being a good human being at the core is all every member. Okay. Now I'm going to shift gears. I'm gonna turn it onto you and make you look in the mirror. My question to you is. This if you left this earth tomorrow, how do you think you're going to be remembered? Will those who knew you spend all day looking at photos and laughing and crying about all the good time spent with you? Will your life have a positive impact on those who meet you, whether it is in person or online? Now, you and I will have no idea the answer those questions, but you can give it your best shot by doing the little things that can have the biggest impact being good. That's laughing. Smiling saying Hello to strangers, being nice to people doing your best working hard, being reliable, being dependable, someone to count on being a good friend being a good family member doing the right thing when nobody is looking, these are universal ingredients to being a good human being. Are you doing these things every day? When is the last time you did a self audit, our gut check on your overall mood in attitude in the energy that you are putting out in the world. It often. Takes a death or a near death experience for people to pause and reflect, and that's okay, but it is two thousand eighteen and I am tech nerd. So now you're going to get your.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"When you finish writing, you have to format for kindle and other devices. This step is probably the most challenging part. I used an application called Belem was kind of a shortcut in those two hundred dollars, but it was worth every penny in. Finally, you're going to upload your book to kindle direct publishing, Arcadi p you're going to create an author page. You can make sure description and all the copy is good. You're going to set your price. You're gonna sit back yourself on the back and watch. All the orders come flooding in. I will conclude today with my overall experience. Now I have wanted to write a book since I was probably in highschool how to podcast on WordPress dot com. The step by step guide was not the masterpiece that ahead in my dreams, but I am now a published author on Amazon dot com. And that makes me proud. I now know how to do it and I will be able to do it over and over again. And I plan to just stop for a second in grasping idea that I was able to write a book from my laptop, upload it and sell it to the world on one of the biggest marketplaces in the world. Amazon Amazon did not charge me a dime to be able to sell my book an any device or as a physical paperback. I only pay when book it sold. That is a good deal. Now, for the truth, the experience it was harder than I thought to write a ten thousand five hundred word e book. This podcast is twenty five hundred words to give you an idea. So my book was just a little. Over four podcast worth of content that had nothing to do. With the number words, it was just difficult making technical subject that would have been a lot easier to do in a video into a book form. And also in the truth category booksellers they've been underwhelming so far. It did not generate the immediate buzz. I thought was possible because this was a topic is not discussed in the podcast community. I thought it might generate a little bit of interest. There are millions of e books on Amazon, and I'm pretty sure that mine is the only one about podcast. WordPress dot com, which is crazy to me, but I'm still optimistic that I'm just early to the game. And when Wordpress.com starts actively promoting podcasting, my e book and the video course will be there to save the day. So in conclusion, if you've always wanted to write a book, starting with an e book is a great warm up. It's more or less the same process as right in any book. This shorter number words, I see everything is practice in training for the future. And if you have questions about self publishing. Writing a book or anything as always Email me anytime at Mike at Mike Murphy dot CO or hit me up on any of your favorite social media channels, the show notes today you can find Mike Murphy that CO Ford last EP one. Four. Six. I thank you for joining me today. I hope you join my one man band and together we can learn create and move forward. Cheers.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"Teaching opportunity. Initially, the plan was to create articles into Oriels on WordPress dot com website, then dry people to that site where anyone could learn how to set up a podcast using the WordPress dot com platform. Now keep in mind. This Wordpress.com project was one of about Twenty-three things that I was working on at the time and writing a book was high on that list. So one of my project was a blog called right the life dot com, which was about writing and self publishing. It had nothing to do with this WordPress dot com. I was just pushing in motivating myself to write blog posts and books. A writing is a big part of my content strategy. It's something that I'm good at. I was determined to self published a book, an Amazon. I've been talking about it for about two years now. Now writing, I have confessed this before on many occasions, but I have a real love hate relationship with writing. I think it is one of my most important skills that I have. I think I'm decent at writing, but the act of writing is not what I would consider in my funds own. It takes a lot out of me physically and mentally, it's exhausting. It's time consuming yet. Writing makes me better in every part of my content creation process. It makes me better thinker and a better teacher. The act of writing is tough. I me, but the overall process experience and everything about writing is overwhelmingly rewarding and a big part of who I am in case you did not know. I was an English. Major in college, and I've always gravitated towards books and literature and writing. So as I started creating the website and making tutorials for the WordPress dot com.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

04:02 min |

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"A grind it's relentless it's not always fun it can really suck in a matter who you are it takes time and patience i help people fair things out in a lot of people are looking for the easy button they want me to tell them how to podcast in a direct message reply how hard can it be my videos are only one minute long or two minutes long they wanna know how i make my animations because they are so simple you do stuff and photoshop so fast can you just do my graphics for me since it so easy for you i can set up a podcast in a website before breakfast but it's not because it's easy is because i put in more time in learning in i create ungodly amounts of content i am improving in progressing i am doing what is required b relevant online are you things do get easier if you're willing to put in the time and your business will benefit the thirty second video that i made that inspired today's rent an episode was actually not planned it was quite easy for me to make it only took about thirty minutes and i made it in the morning before breakfast because i needed some content upload but the footage was from the day before where i spent six to eight hours on a sunday morning through the afternoon for video project that was a total failure nobody saw the frustrating part but the reason i was able to make that video on the fly in the morning by repurposing unusable content was because i practice and i'm consistent i create something every day because it pushes me in a way that is making me leaps and bounds better in everything that i wanna do for the rest of my life in in my business and why struggling right now for time and money in its anything would easy i i know that this persistence and patience and diligence is going to pay off there are so many days i do not feel like make an video or creating a podcast episode but i am not pushing myself for others to pat me on the back for working so hard i'm doing this because i believe the world is changing fast and right before our eyes in the opportunities are limitless for those who are ready and willing to play in the big leagues and adapt evolve and transition to the new technologies that are on the horizon in the new ways of doing online business but if you are trying to build a brand or an online platform and you're not preparing in practicing the basics and the fundamentals which are currently social media content podcasting videos writing articles books tomorrow it could be augmented reality we don't know but if you are turning a blind eye because creating content or learning new tech and skills to tie i'm consuming too hard you are going to blink in wake up way too far behind catch up so the purpose of the episode start small start now do not compare yourself to other people that are head of you you have to do your own thing start a podcast update your social media channels learned the online habits of your target audience and create for them in your voice share your story so people connect with you the internet content creation storytelling through multiple mediums it's not a passing fad the changes are going to start coming faster and faster so like wayne gretzky you have to skate towards the puck not work currently is if you are really far behind you need to get it and gear the easy button does not exist remember that luck happens but it is never the reason people cheever longterm success which is what we alternately want isn't it creating the life you want you i really didn't think it would be easy did you but don't you think it's worth the effort those at the top of the mountain didn't fall there keep going email me

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

01:52 min |

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"I am proficient and fast at using all the tools i ben relentless getting better at all the stuff because i genuinely love it and i really want to be as good as i can be the reason i tell you this because i can create content with my eyes closed the tech doesn't intimidate me one bit in fact it's quite the opposite yet it devours my time and energy let me get specific this podcast the episodes are fifteen minutes long yet some episodes take me the entire day to write the script the recording editing all the other stuff that goes on the podcast really easy for me to do i am fast but it's still takes me a few hours when all said and done the promo video that make every single week in after facts picks me no less than two to four hours the social media posting in medium article i write for each episode as another couple of hours one fifteen minute episode realistically takes me somewhere between fifteen and twenty hours adding up all the minute my daily quick tips they are under two minutes long and i make them really quickly usually but they still might take me four hours from start to finish some days are smooth other days where computers and working will or screened flown camptosar bugging crashing or any number of issues that can take a two minute video and make eight hours to finish every morning i wake up and post videos and articles on various social media sites in youtube that takes nother our i create daily content an instagram which is the easiest thing for me to create because i do it all day it's very loosen casual but i still put a lot of time time and effort into it and use my creative juices i have created content every single day in some form or fashion since september twenty fifth two thousand fifteen the day i launched this.

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"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

Mike Murphy Unplugged

04:30 min |

"mike murphy" Discussed on Mike Murphy Unplugged

"A reason to want to do business with you this episode one forty five is not to be mean or scare you it's just to remind you there is no easy but in in there is no shortcut for creating content and make online today but you have to do all you can all right the back story this episode was inspired by video i made this week titled why it takes three hours to make a thirty second video based on the feedback and the reactions at think it may have hit home for some for those who did not see the video i will leave a link in the show notes at mike murphy that co forest last ep one four five the video short and silly more or less oblique real of me screwing up to introduction to the video is working on hi this is mike murphy hi this is mike murphy said over and over again groundhog day the moral the story was things are not always what they seem in hard work is required to be great at your craft and to create the life you want make no mistake about it content creation working for yourself it is not easy did you think it would be it takes time in most of all it takes hard work in patients it is not easy for anyone those who make it look easy they're called pros and they went through exactly the same struggle only they stuck with it and have been doing it for longer that's it but you have to put in their grueling thankless work every article you read blogs or medium or lincoln every podcast episode every video you watch on youtube every story on instagram every piece of content period we see the finished products we do not see the years taking classes into to'real 's practicing hash out ideas the research time the writing time and the prep time the setting up of gear cameras lights audio queant that twenty takes took to do their intro in their re shoots the bad lighting in flickering in the audio problems that made them have to redo things in all for thirty second video that you're gonna get some mean comments you get a few double taps maybe couple thumbs up if you're lucky then it's on to the next piece of content creating content is hard and fact it can be a real pain in the butt in nobody sees the grind they only see that thirty second video or listen to that fifteen minute podcast or read your six hundred word article that took eight hours to write and when someone has a lot of success or makes a lot of money blogging podcasting or blogging people often think they got lucky or what are they complaining about they get paid a ton of money for having fun all day we no what it takes why do people quit the average podcast they say pod fades or quits before the seventh episode most daily logs that you hear about they don't make a week the reason most individuals are brands and businesses quick flogging podcasting blogging insert any other craft here is that it's really hard and takes a lot of time and practice and dedication to master the other reason people quit is self doubt caused by your friends and family and significant others you get embarrassed maybe that it's taken so long or maybe they even get on your case and say hey maybe it's time that you kinda gave up on the stream and get a real job then you start looking at the pros and wonder why what is wrong with you if they can do it why can't you this is self doubt and it's the worst the point of this episode there is nothing wrong with you if you believe in your path and your journey do not let it get in your head but keep working at it keep going nobody has clue how hard really is except those who are successful you are not gonna win or succeed if you do not play that is a guarantee so this is when you look in the mirror do you really want it and are you working as hard as required i have patients i'm also stubborn the definition of stubborn having or showing persistent determination not to change one's attitude or position on something persistent determination and patients you have to block out the negativity in do your thing if you genuinely believe in what you're doing be relentless to illustrate some of these points today let's look at the time takes me to create content i'm not putting myself on the back or.

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