6 Burst results for "Mike Spirits"
"mike spirits" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"So there's a reason for this, Mike. Spirit in the sky as in spirit airlines I just, this will be the second stupid question I've asked somebody. Ever flown spirit airlines. I've flown well no, but I flew one. Somebody? Yeah, but there was something else. But it worked out well. Did you digital? Well, the thing is a discount airline and I'll tell you I did everything but pedal for it. That's true. And this is great and that's great that they exist, but all three of the largely forgotten comedians last night. It took the opportunity of the mask mandate lifting to throw a barb at spirit airlines. And I've just never flown them, and I don't know. Well, no, I guess the jokes were that hang on a second, maybe I can. The joke's essentially were that to all the airlines hastened to stop their mandates. They said they really didn't have a mandate since they never really have windows on the planes. Another one that was Kimmel Colbert was that all the airlines immediately released a statement saying that we are going to defer to the customer, whatever the customer's wish. Spirit released a cocktail napkin on which they scrolled, we have never cared about human life. So you got to have the you can't have windows because you got to get the chicken to get in and out. Exactly. That's the second that is the second stupid flying question I've asked somebody because I had the one. Let me finish the foot. I had the wonderful Dave Ramsey on yesterday. We talked about you for a second. I asked him so Dave, are you looking forward to flying mask free? And then I instantly recognized Dave has not flown regularly scheduled passenger airlines for probably 20 years and he said. 20 years ago. Did he say that? Of course he did. I love that. I love that man. Did he get a hard time about my black car? We were talking about it. He said, your buddy Mike Gallagher wants you to know that he's still proudly has his American Express black card and he said you're taunting me now, aren't you? You're taunting me now. He got so mad. He called me out, said I was the I don't even know how it came up. I don't even know what in the world, I don't know. And I'm certainly not going to extol the virtues of the American Express and turian card because American Express is definitely a woke company and they're doing it's a little bit like this. They've gone. I know..
"mike spirits" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast
"The direction of talon. The season in the past seasons talent is at least from mike spirits. Always been that one shot asan and this season. He's he's drinker. She the the healing gordon record And so he's actually kind of bursary was still damage. That could be like the identity that his takes on with this concept. You know next up we get gangplank so if you'll remember recently he got the nerve to where his didn't on hit which mainly affected grasp grasping adine So he could just perma poke with a ton damage especially once he got she. Just he'll When i was uncle down there re compensating him for that By giving him little buff to his base stats in specifically as health in his health growth. So now that he's he's not going. You know grasp we'll see we'll see what he settles on but you know it could be really scary especially with them going away from like the tangier bursary gangplank where he's still did a decent damage. Now he can just go like super lethality and damage just the wreck havoc with well-placed barrel sir little more that risk award which is always been gangplanks identity. The most part. I think it's pretty scary. Change because i think the hp is really awful toppling his why grasp health along the vasquez like especially appropriate like people are going to coordinate dives can squishy champ to lot is having this health to help them survive like huge not just because he lizard because the Has that potential aching rights like despite the fact that he can get to this late game even just a few more games more than he used to be able to as grazing me. Because he's barrels literally due to k- davidge like when they reached when he reaches like not even full build. I think like four items. It occurred out. So whilst the chris based off of your your auto tech chancellor yeah i think it's. It's terrifying what they're doing you. Ib shocked he's not big fan worlds as well..
"mike spirits" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed
"Was very humble number one just that this opportunity would present itself but also just you know what do i have to say that would benefit anyone. But you know what i mean. Everybody starts somewhere so absolutely. I was very very excited. Soggy would so going into photography business. It sounds like you're going in with your eyes wide open that this is a business. This isn't just to make pretty fotos exactly. Yeah and i think that again you know. I initially did phillips maximizing minis webinar and it was just so eye opening. Because i did not understand you know and i know i shot you that email about what i wish i would've known before. I started a photography business but i did not understand that there were even different models. I didn't understand that. There was an ip model and person sales versus more of a shooting burn digital model. And i just thought that. I would set up my business like every other photographer in my town boxer mississippi small quaint college town one of the top places in the us to retire. And i would charge a one hundred dollars. One hundred fifty dollars you get five to ten images and we call it a day in i would have to be shooting in exponential amount of sessions to make what i making you know i would venture to say eight to ten times the number of sessions to make the same amount that i make with one session using the blooms model. I guess a half ngo journey will how far into the last two a month. Did you discover the balloons well. That was the blessing of at all really is that i was already advertising. Many's i was already advertising. Spring many Advertising graduation minis last spring before the pandemic hit. And i really wasn't getting a lot of traction. You know of course distributed to the fact that i was new and my name wasn't out there yet. People didn't know my work. But once i did their webinar. I really realized the value of Artwork until my whole focus changed. And i was able to be a lot more specific about just my ideal client and what. I was going to offer mike spirits. So how long into your journey was it that you actually found philip. And he's whitman. Yes so so basically. It was very early on. I want to say it was like april of twenty twenty. I need started in something like marched as you. I'd established my llc in march yes. I can a month into the journey. So we're kind of revenue. Have you done in the last twelve months. I would say somewhere probably around thirteen thousand knauss and is that more or less than what you would have expected when you started. Well if you consider the number of sessions. I've done. I would think that it would be more than i would have expected for the number of sessions that i've actually photographed so you went in thinking that you're going to be charging one hundred and fifty dollars decision and giving your wife off digital files correct right which would mean that. I would have to photograph you know. Let's say to make a thousand dollars over ten clients for sure but what's happening is what their model and they do teach this in the class at their average sale is about eight hundred dollars and what i do is charged a session fee on top of that in so my average sale including that is anywhere from. I would say eight hundred. Two thousand dollars which i know in the grand scheme of six figure who tiger fee is not substantial. But when you're just starting a business to turn around that much money on it. You know one portrait session whether that's a twenty five minute mini-session up to like a two hour. I do ultimate session as well to me is pretty amazing. Absolutely you're averaging one thousand dollars it's within the realms of reason that you could do generate two sessions awake which will give you a six figure business exactly exactly and that's kind of where i'm headed. I actually just resigned from my nursing job last wednesday. Because i told my husband and i did bring in in the month of april almost five thousand dollars and i think for the first time. His eyes were opened. I'm also about to pit my portrait business to weddings and so again it's just it's investing in education and you know doing the work that's required in it's very time intensive right now it's just me. I'm not outsourcing anything. Although i do plan to start outsourcing my editing and eventually anything else album design of talk with melissa. It'll align album design. And so i do plan to start outsourcing as my revenue growth. But at the beginning when you're trying to put all these processes in place it takes a tremendous amount of time and that is why the blooms class has been so instrumental because it literally lays out a step-by-step framework. A plan that you can do. And i mean i haven't even because again i've been juggling five children so family live in nursing and a portrait business. I have not been able to devote the time that i feel like would be necessary to really be generating that type of income consistently which is why. I'm no longer going to be nursing so to answer your question. Way back from the beginning of the interview. Michael now is to eventually solely focused on photography. What a big move. How does this resignation. Well you know. I just really I knew it was the right move. You know you can imagine with five children. That life is already very chaotic but adding a job. And i traveled. I know i might have to travel almost two hours one way to see a patient and then you know that i'd have to travel that far back after having a patient visit in everything didn't go as planned on. It had to go back again the next day and it was just. It was very complicated to keep all of the balls in the air. I think that the last month having generated that much income. I think really was very eye opening to my husband. I think it was more him. That was nervous to take the leap which is understandable. But i really believe in the ability to be able to do this. I think that when you invest in education and you invest your time and you serve people well. The results are possible and when you say that you had a revenue thirty thousand dollars for the last month. It sounds like it's sort of started really really small and slow when it sort of now. It's going up a rent for you to have done five thousand dollars per exactly right. I do think that because you know. I did the class in april and so through the summer. I had some sessions here and there are still working and then in the fall is kind of when i feel like it really started to pick up as far as with many sessions with people winning christmas cards print sales and then yeah i feel like you know i do. I think it's gonna be like the snowballs act. And i feel like the blooms. Give you so many wonderful ways to market to connect with small businesses to build those relationships. And i feel like that to again. It takes time and so now that i'm able to focus and have a more focused plan. I feel like that's just going. Continue the effect of wet already. It's already started to one thing. I'm curious about the you said is you're gonna pivot into weddings now when i hear the word pivot to me. That's a total changing in a drop. Everything else in focus on weddings. But i'm guessing you're going to add it to what you're doing now is that right. That's right yeah. I do want to focus the majority of my time on weddings. Have second shot a few weddings and southern weddings. They are very magical injury me. There's something about southern weddings. That i love. I just love You know it's a long day. It can be grueling but there is something very special about being invited into a couple's life to capture one of the biggest moments of their lifetime. And so i hope to be able to have that be the majority of my work. But i definitely still play into many sessions because it's phillips said. It's definitely kind of it can be the hub. That's running your business in the background. And yeah i may move away from some things that i'm doing when maybe not do as many newborns and things that take a lot more time that are a little more tedious to focus on weddings. I just know that. I'm not gonna be able to do everything well and i would. Really like to have a niche. And be really good at that. And then if i need to do other things as well do those but many sessions will definitely. I do love photographing many sessions. So if you look at your april's definitely and that five thousand dollar turnover. How much of that kind. From mini-sessions i would say. I did have to ultimate session. So that was from three mini-sessions right. Yeah whatever the stand is why you would consider moving into what i understand that the beauty and the glamour and the prestige of photographing a wedding and getting invited into that same with a couple business. Wise if these minis are producing so much income for you. Why would you move into weddings. While i think that eventually weddings would be profitable as well. I mean i know that. I initially would probably need to start out at the lower end of weddings. Maybe like I'm thinking the twenty five hundred to forty five hundred range..
Tips For Staying Sane
"Welcome erica stevens mentally yours. Thanks very much for joining us so we has just about your book even together. The guinness guy tucson sannoussi Why did you want to create this. I had. I've always wanted to write a book about my experiences with psychosis but i kind of felt that it would have more to offer offers a book if i listed the help of a co author. He was a professional in mental health. An augment stephen a conference on and it was about schools. New routes tibet to catholic schizophrenia. anti newell basket sphere. Its area of expertise. Less ask him. let's ask him and he was for. And so we started writing this book together But just felt the kind of just mike spirit. Just the expert by experience will lived experience on and maybe wouldn't hold water. I thought that it would be much better. Talbot's that too. What about east stephen so obvious similar oversee from a professional perspective. So as okay said. I have kind of specialized in researching schizophrenia for twenty five years and look after any large number of patients with illness and other and had wanted to write a book that would be accessible to them and to a wider audience. But also one. That wouldn't be too dry rocket dynamic and around about the time. I'm i'm erica. I also told by various agents event. If i wanted to write a book like this. I definitely need to get Lots of people stories in it so lots of people with lived experience contributing Beating erica was a very happy coincidence and from there took us a while to get going but i think we broke during two eighteen and then finished off in nineteen before publishing of this year. And who would you say that. It's forty anyone with schizophrenia. And anyone is interested in like working schizophrenia. Or care and put some moments schizophrenia. Like a friend or a loved one. Yeah i think. I anyone who's got Or any other type of psychotic illness. This a few different types of psychotic illness Bipolar disorder for example People often have psychotic symptoms of that and other conditions. That are less common so anyone kinds of problems. Anyone looking off to them girlfriend. Mother father sister brother hawks would also. Perhaps anyone is our cassette. Just interested in knowing a bit more about psychosis genuine schizophrenia in particular so one of the psychiatry senior trainees kindly read the book. drafts and coming to the drafts to improve the readability. Apparently who has no connection health connection was he apparently likes reading the extent. For at least it's it's worked. It's an interesting one for me. Because i was now hundred solder and i had psychosis so it would have been lucky to have a ham but like the i think when i i have my my first bit of mania because the thing is it happens and then you get back to normal source of reading. I what's happened to. Why as happened what to do next radius. That's almost as bad as well as just happened in a way. That kind of Mystery around it. Will this fair around it. You're right to tell us a bit about your experiences again our. We've always had you on the poco before that was a while ago. now so you're right to tell we re to go right to tell listeners about your experiences psychosis first episode. Was rhinos on about twenty two Fourteen hours say it's been about two decades of living with psychosis Something i can manage quite well with medication and different therapies But it can be quite terrifying when you have a psychotic episode and there's definitely more at the start of the illness later on and i think the police spying on me. I think i've committed really henious cry and all much like a burglary or you know so of a monkey or something really say area slight blowing up canary war types areas And i just really believe. It's true. And i might start to think the The songs i hear on the radio have been written especially for me to kind of condemn more behavior or the tv might be talking to me in subliminal messages and is terrifying united states ironic to me how much fear or inspire notice when they hear a half psychosis when the reality is you know. I'm just terrified myself. Really in a housebound when it's happening.
"mike spirits" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Out of ear to ear to ear to ear on declare your independence independence declared individual. Jim hoke right. I've been looking into silver. Can i can see. I tell you i gotta give you compliments. Never before. have. I been so surprised by so many people that have not done anything. Then you have somebody that does something you go on man you get you just stick out. You're like a red marble. See a white man. I mean it's just you know here here here. Here i am. We're going to do something so any criticism that you get for actually doing something as a unwarranted unwelcome and you know. Screw you wherever you. So i i just want to give a different perspective. On how the reason why after a month or so you haven't been getting any press one because they don't want to. That's one thing you gotta go straight to the people. You gotta make the argument because you think that we used to do it getting the government. Not whenever you got an arrest number you got a recall. Referendum initiative. You have a candidate filing an arrest number a lawsuit number whenever you get the number. That's when you got the press because it was a starting pistol for media it goes. They got they got a number. No my god. There's a number of got a number case number when you have a number. It's like a permission slip for them to talk about it unless they don't wanna talk about it. This is interesting to me that you have a government number. It's a you know a case number that includes the governor the attorney general and health thing in you know the guy county health whoever heck is and you have the a big giant global issue like this and little over mont and no press coverage you get one little television segment and do that just shut. Yeah but have you worked this as a press issue on the boards on with it local councils to the board of supervisors of each county or commissioners were you. Call them and Have you have you pushed it at that bat way to the media themselves. Have you done press releases with copies of the lawsuit. Have you sent out or is it just a facebook page. How have you done the public media this. We have not put in particular done the media. We thought that maybe the pope media would come to us but we did write a press. Release the trouble. Is we keep getting more information. And we don't want to send the press release out yet so we still have not sent the press. Release out but. I think we ought to just do that. And then when more information comes in like you know another thousand people paying from the vaccine from the kobe vaccine We can add that to the next press release. You know what my experience. The mike spirits. I want to interject. This experience has been a lot of the information that you need. You will find out from the press and be a backhanded way. Did you know about You know but they're going to Generate a lot of things. That have been coming to them that they'll want to tell you. And sometimes it comes from the editing bay. You know Hourly worker cameraman of something. You know these guys. It's amazing what will come out from just people that knew about it because you went to depress in the press so this is the first thing i have all this and i'm looking at a lot of good arguments here and so on but if nobody knows it doesn't matter you know so all who you're going to convince the governor and his attorneys they don't give a crap and this is not were your power is i would the first thing right now and your people that are listening to this. You need to. I mean if you just did a copy of the. I wouldn't even just to cover you know with a web page for them to go and download the rest of it. This has been filed. I bet they don't even know so you once you start that pay the pr campaign. Then you'll start getting more help for more. People are more because there was a lot of questions in when you put it in. You know the wonder highlighted. I one sixty six. The facts. Demonstrate that this -mergency declaration and the order promulgated from such decoration. We're done contrary to science no-go will. Yeah what we got. You know fao g. I mean that's his job is world health organization and all that crap. These facts must be reviewed under Blaisdell in sinclair provide a clear demonstration of the constitutional necessity of the junk arguing back and forth. Yeah our science beat up your science and knowledge quitted outwitted outwitted. And i go way more fundamental but it doesn't matter and you go through those a bunch like this and when you have The executive branch of state government disregard the letter and spirit of the constitution extent under the guise of non proven emergency. Well we got you know proof and you know shiny badges and federal international. Un organizations of whatever is just an out quit it. It's just an argument. And i'm and but this discussion needs to be out amongst the people needed a somebody. It's not whether you win on the merits or not. You already won by filing it but nobody knows so this is your you get into the pieces of paper and you stare at the words and you start arguing over. That is not the argument. The argument is that you made an argument that you did a redress of grievance of your government it's a first amendment. I get the redress. I get the complaint i get to. Have you answer my complaint all this quitted of you're not allowed to even ask me and you did it wrong. It's vague and you're ready is not in. We got a world. Health organization are such all. This stuff is legal crap that they put you in a distract. You from the real issue. Is that jim. Hogan friends has challenged the government for their power to do that. We need to have a public discussion. But you've gotta get it out to every single media. We would publish a newspaper called citizens taken initiative. And there's about all the initiatives we would pile in there in a spreadsheet in the center. Cover one time. We put every the listing of every newspaper reporter and television entire state of arizona along with their fax number phone number. Email everything we just put it in there and then we had the information. You do that along with this. Everybody will go. Ooh thank you for providing that information it has your web page on it the case number on this and so on but you gave them information. Date us for pushing back on a whole bunch of stuff in their ideas so by doing that. I would suggest that simple thing. You send this to every media outlet and tell a man. Somebody's gotta something on something. And then whatever you're given out in newsprint form a one page flier two sides for all i care and it has all the media contacts and your case and a pdf can download it. Because you need to help people. You need people. You don't have people that know that you're doing this. And i'm the have the second media place to it from arizona and new as well other than inspire us. Thank you but you know you see my point. I you need. You need to get this. What we have done is put together a list which is easy to find all the different media outlets in vermont and that's where the press releases going once we decide.
"mike spirits" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"What off the perimeter? Big guys were a big challenge on that's that's going to be a story like in 100 Dickinson. Day with Rivers and Michael Potter. The three point line, you know, are they able to imply since, um switching defense is that I can keep him protected against their guard. Um, but I think that you want Howard learned a lot more in that game, probably more than any other game that he coached last year. And and There was constant system goes back to swing offense that that ball Ryan read. They ran the exact same thing last year that they're running this year. And and that's why I think that that Michigan probably learned Ah lot. And and we'll win. Again. We're listening to your listening to 10 McCormack, former University of Michigan basketball player in 1982, 1984. Jim, the Big 10. You've got to be proud of knowing that the big 10 is the best conference in the country. Uh, it looks like maybe as many as 19 could probably get into the N C. A A And with that being said, I did say e mean it's going to be there if they don't eat their own, and they don't beat each other up. I mean, the big 10 stands a chance to win. Uh, Possibly a national championship, which hasn't been done in years since Michigan State get it. So what do you think about the big 10? And are they? The Premier Conference? Big 10 is loaded and and it is. It is the best conference the big 12. It's still really good, but I think that there'll be a teams from the big 10. I think that the better teams will get better faster than the kind of the middle of the pack teams and you will see down the stretch. You know, the Maryland and you know the teams like Northwestern. I don't think that they have staying power as far as anti double A is concerned. But I do think that it's been 20 years, 21 years since Michigan State won the national championship and this is a year that I think the big 10 is poised to do that. Illinois, Iowa and Michigan are the team said I I personally think are legitimate national championship caliber teams. And and after that, there's a lot of teams that they could get to a sweet 16 or elite eight. Tim, you know Michigan's last game against Minnesota. They really stuffed him and they really did a good job defensively and Juwan Howard after the game mentioned Saudi Washington really Getting some recognition. You know, working with the guys on dat aspect of the game here? I wanted to ask you When you start going down the roster a little bit. They look like they have some plus defenders. I don't know about elite defenders. But Plus defenders. He was taking off. Maybe four or five of them. I I know the modern games about, you know, Possessions offensive. How many shots you're getting up in the three point ball, But What about this team Defensively? What do you think of him? The best thing that they do is contain and can plastic And the reason that's so important against Wisconsin is if tryst gets by Mike Smith. And all of a sudden you're putting your help defenders in a bad position where they leave an open three point shooter to try to help stop the ball. That's exactly what what Wisconsin is looking for. So I think that the biggest game key is Ken Shandy. Brown and Eli Brooks and Mike Smith. Keep their man in front of them and not need any help covering. And and if you give up a layup, that's okay. But when Wisconsin starts making threes, that's where they beat you. And I and I do think that that we've seen great improvement. From the guards defensively, and it's something that takes time. Remember, Brown played for a bad team in the A. C C. It wait for it, and Mike Smith played for a bad team defensively at Columbia. They're not used to this and the expectations of playing in a winning program. They've gotten better a lot better, and I'm starting to see some real chemistry. If I could follow up on that guard play, you know, I was talking with a friend of mine's not a Michigan basketball fan. I was saying, Yeah, I like everything about Michigan and they look better every game and now they're doing it on the floor against teams that are ranked and he mentioned one tournament time. Comes around. He would like him because off the guard play, and normally it goes with, you know, you really need guards that could score and Mike Spirit. Eli Brooks and Shiny brown have really been fantastic. But if they have a point there that you that you are going to only go as far as your guards. They're going to take you when you're you know, you're talking about NC double a tournament play. Michigan's a little bit thin at guard, and they cannot afford any injuries or foul trouble, or there's a big drop off. But Shanti, who's probably more of a small Ford and Franz, who's more of a small fort can both handle the ball and play too. So that's where you can. You could get a couple minutes if you had some foul trouble. Dead. Jackson has a bright future, but I don't think he's ready for big time minutes right now, so I love their guards, and I would put them up against any guards in the big 10 right now. I think Michigan wing players are is good as anybody, and and if you're looking at the all big 10 senators, no doubt that Luca Garza has to be the first guy..